Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: May 6, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY G, 1921. FORTY-FIVE
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TUB NEED OF Co"-OPJJRATIC!: I TRIBUTE TO MR. 1.. A. DUNCAN
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COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 'OF' DIVISION OF

[SPRING TERM BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOLThe COUNTY SITECONTENTION., Why should farmers: : eo-oper.ftet' i L. A. Duncan, the subject of this .a''

What's the use of buying, and ee11\nar\ sketch, was born in Brooks county, .

commencement exercises of I the with the neighbors And many have ; CQUNTYUPSETS! !. Georgia, March 9, 1859\ and was not, iJ

' CIRCUIT COURTINTERESTS Bradford High School will begin Sunday I.'asked, Why isn't It' better for me to p I'quite two years old when the Civil.
I The exercises will
evening. continue -
sail I; alone Bince 'waan4mr War J broke out.
and my
f I through- Monday and Tuesday IS AT AN : buy products are, different from ,ROAD ..PROGRAfl! I Ills father, Kasper G. Duncan entered .

evening, and will begin promptly mt END .the neighbors? I the service, was wounded and 'a

8:15 p. m. I! S. W. Hlatt, of the Florida aaTicut- died, never returning home, so that

1 The "baccalaureate sermon will be tural extension vision staff, has i INDICTED 1 1I BY ,, preached at the high school audit- NEW COUNTY OF UNION WILL ,
.KIDNEY J. CATTS those questions. We quote TO PASS NEW'.LAW, SUBMITTING a widowed mother, being deprived ofa
I turn Dr. David Lander of the Prey FROM TERRITORY I 4+
I GRAND JURY FOR ACCEPTING by BE FORCED him MATTSR'TO A VOTE father's care when but an infant.

> BRIBE FROM PRISONER ,byterian church. The choirs of 1 the LYING,, WEST OF NEWRIVEB I "The: need of co-operation is evidenced He came to Bradford county with
> I different churches and the orchesl his Mr. and
Mrs. John
grandparents,
T aericulturalHCtlOne of the
in all unorganized The division county brought
.' ]I of the Baptist church will furnish 1 hs The 60-year old county cite feud Male In the 1852, and
court
The spring term of the circuit particularly where the farmer about a complication in the law creating : year grew: up
music under direction of Mrs. A. E. settle
in Bradford county has been farm In the known
on a vicinity as
.for Bradford county convened at 10 is dependent on an outside market Special Road and Bridge Dim

''a. m."Monday, May 2nd. This term I I Wall.Monday forever. The county Is to be divides for the sale of his products and :for trict No. 1, and a remedy for the .it EUey's Chapel.! At the age of 21 he
evening the annual high and the new county of Union created began life for himself, working first ti
of court was remarkable in two :reo I the purpchase of his necessities."Systematic uation has been under 'diAc\ollllon I (
school play will be given. The title from that portion of Bradford lying farm and later gathering together -
on a
specte; first because it was Judge A. i 'I co-operation is the one since It became known that the n I'W
of the play is the "Head Coach, and west of New River. After ten days' what he had he entered school and t t
V. Long's and State Attorney A. SCrews' remedy for the farming people who county would be created. This disc
It will be given by high school etu< conference the division I'
of agitation and prepared himself for teaching. After
first session here, and second: are struggling: for existence a.ralnst cuBslon resulted In the holding of a
-on Account of the heavy criminal dents of the upper classes. In order was agreed upon by committees the exploitation and robbery of (the meeting of citlr.ens Wednesday nigh) teaching for several years he enteredthe
to defray an admission i fee both, aide of 1 the '
expenses world
representing mercantile at Sanderson In
docket The officials-Judge Long, unscrupulous commisiaon man and retail at the office of G. M. Innian. At thin
State Attorney Crews, Clerk Alderman of twenty-five cents will be charged.Tuesday : I county, when they met at the town: dealer. meeting! it was developed that the I the employment of Mr. George Canova. -
I evening the graduating exercises nail in Starke Monday morning'ato'clock. 10 H
Sheriff Epperson, Chief Deputy "In different sections these condi program of road building I'rovid'ttfor
will be held. The students In If the law creating the Jlew I Leaving the employ of Mr. Canova''
C. A. Knight and Chief Deputy lea
Clerk ,
tions vary, but they are more or : In the present law could not (los-
graduating this year will be the following county has not already been paalled he entered college in Kentucky tak-
a ,
Sheriff W. W. Baisden, were all 'prevalent in all unorganized territory sibly be carried out without a large ,
Bradford and this Is young ladies: Misses Alleeo by the legislature it will be within t the Ing a thorough business course and ,y
born in county, where the farmer Is dependent on amount of tttatn aid on the road run-
I Alvarez, 'Mona Alderman, Maggie I the next day or two, for Representatives I graduated at the close of the term.
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be the instance In
thought to only middleman for his source of imppl fling across the county from north to l
Maxwell, Ruby Mae Poppell; and the Johns and Register and Senator After his he +
I graduation was employed
at least when circuit court Bs.I
Florida a and for the sale of his products. south. It was also developed that
young men, Levy Canova, Harry Ca- Knight have-agreed to secure the passage ut chief clerk) for Truby %
session has been held by men born I pocially is this true where fertilize ?this state aid might not be fortlll'om.1 ?
nova, Orville Griffis, Carl Johns. ..TheI of the It is to be fi
the where it is held. measure. passed Sternberg & Co., of Luke Butler. Af-
within county are purchased from commission men, ing for a long time, if ever. In this:
I commencement address will be.dellv. with a clause providing for"a ratifying ter this business. was destroyed by fire j
f The judge and the state attorney I or farm products are sold on cormlp- view of the matter It was decidedOBk to
ered by Dr. Blocker] of Stetson Uiversity. election, and the new county Mr. Duncan returned to< Sanderson
proved that they wished to expedite: ment by the Individual farmer. for the repeal of the present l U wand ,'
The diplomas will be presented will be ready to start operations on I and. worked for his former employer, A
much and all "The amount of money savedthe to the of new law
matters as as possible i passage a |1'1'0'vidlnJl
by Supt. II. B. Wiggins and October 1st. Mr. Canova remaining there until ho
.needless delays were cut out. Old farmer by co-operative buying and : for a bond Inane to construct .
the certificate to students of the I The bill that the officers ofI
provides doelded to business for himself
court frequenters were agreeably astonished l selling should constitute one of 1 1greatest hi.. the lino of road from north to, 1I0111h open up a
eighth grade who pass into high the new county shall be appointed 1 by, at Lake Butler.
over the despatch evidenced. J sources of a farmer's profile and grade lateral roads leading to it
school. the governor and they will hold office During his mercantile career h. has 7 ?
I Hence the need of co-operation. from all sections of the county.
After calling the jury list Monday;
until the next general election. Lake burn associated'at different' times I
morning, the following were excused I Miss Kathleen Alvarez, who"< hu Butler is designated as the temporary The new law to be nuked for will with the following men, Messrs.
left morning -
from duty and discharged: C. E. IIar- been attending the Woman's College county site. I Roscoe McLane Saturday contain a provision for an I'lecUnlubmitting Thomas Dempsey and Markilee. Ills
I where he joins ,
.per, Chas. F. Rivers, John B. SappEd In Tallahassee, returned home Saturday I There is not a great difference In for Jacksonville the question of bonds to It latent venture was the formation of
I to the '
Neal W. T. McEver James 3 33bnner M. for visit with her a fishing party going snappebanks vote of the citizens of the county It '
: a parents, rIr the territory embraced in the old and returning home the I.. A. Duncan Co., of which corporation +
coast
'< P. P. Kerce W. B. McKinney, J. Alvarez. I off! the wlil then be up to hem to decide
,: and Mrs. M. I new counties. The assessed valuesIn he was the senior member ,
Sunday night.County. whether not will make start .
or we a
F. P. Odom Albert Dubose Luther
I Bradford will amount to about i 20 nt the time of his death.
per cent more than the assented val. Ha was also actively engaged in
MilitaTYCompany The situation that the AR'IIIOI',1
rish.The I lies in the new county, but the hew valuation is too small to issuo a nuf- other' business, livery, sale amt feed

following were selected i as I county will have a good working. capItal ) clout amount of bonds to : out tables, pinning:, etc., being an expertIn
Brand jurors: Pliney S. Denmark,, and should be able to maintain curry tho) cotton business and he not only
School the original project and that tho
:foreman, Jesse L. Dowlinpr, E. M. lIa-1, I its county government in good snap pnly operated his ginnery successfully
make start at road
to building
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ten; James M. Roberts, R. M. Alvarez I At the final conference held i in way ; but contributed I largely In mAk.
Jr. Sam Harrell David G. Kelly,,] ElectionA. Starke the'two sides Is to curtail the project and, settle on very
Monday morning Boar trig Lake Butler tho great cotton< market :
J. J. Brannen, W. II. Shallar, Mack I i of the county were represented by 1 K a main line of road to bu built at thlll that 1t was, t
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Addison, J. S. McCormick, J. ;L. i J. Thomas, J. L. Peek and Kirk S. Matthews Louis II. Hill, J. IMitchell ', lime. If in the meantime It Is found Perhaps the mos' successful! of hisnlctprleo.s t

'.Shrtver, Jake L. Varnes, O. L. Mizell,, Lewis Are Promoted J. E. Futch, II. 1'. Gainey,, Board met in regular session with'! that I state aid can be' secured then the [ win the hotel butlrtpxs., ?

J. E. Adkins, Morgan Redding, H. 3 R. !James Reynolds, A. A. Durden, D. W. all members' present' vial L W. Kick program of har
Brown, Reuben R. Groover. Saturday afternoon the local military Kelly and C. Sullivan for the eastern ,liter, A. A. lIazen and J. O. iJenn- urged at once. 'iomc: which 'vnll. '"j e
The; following civil cases were disc part; Dr. J. E. Maines, Win. ..I.ohnsonIInd "
; company held an election for new son.Minutes TO nEST IN BRADFORD sot i. boat of Its duos In the Hi.ale. n
of last meeting read and
posed of Monday: commissioned officers. This step was S. T. Dowling for the western Mr. Dnnrnn w
J. W. Andrews, Jr., vs II. S. HI made necessary because Captain Di part. approved.The flemslns of Neal I.anRftird un \\'IIYto first to Minn Kllzabclh: Scarborough,

Hard et al, assumpsit, damages $1,000 Witt C. Jones wished .resign, as hI, i Following is the full text of He pension of Docia McClellan Lake Hut lor m March (I', 18K, who lived but a few

continued;; judge disqualified.John found that his military duties Intel minutes of their proceedings: which was granted by the board last years, being an Invalid must. of her ;

Thompson vs A. C. L. RailwayCo. 'ered too much with his business. Agreement entered into between a November was ordered paid 30. Relatives here of Neal ',and'ord"who i mirrled life lie was married the ;

., damages $1,000; continued by The new officers having all been decided committee from the eastern end of Resignation of J. B. Crews as truss ,sacrificed his life in 1018, 1 In : second time to Miss Rosa Drlggers '

onsent.D. on beforehand, the election was the county, composed of E. S. Matthews tee of Long Bridge school was recehi France, have been informed that tile of> tinker county, June 11, 1809.! To "'
N. Harris vs Henry Thomas, with the result J. M. Mitchell and J. E. Futch, ed and accepted and W. T. Turner was :
soon over, following : remains of the hero will arrive In his union were horn five children,
istress for rent; continued. I First Lieutenant A. J. Thomas Walt of' Starke; II. P. Gainey, of Brooker; appointed to fill the unoxplred tern New York tomorrow, Saturday, and I IwiJl Casper, Marguerite, Aubrey, ftldred ,k
J. James' Reynolds of Graham, Arch The request of Gordon Pcarce for I '
Co. ,
Blackshear Manufacturing vs chosen .
captain. i I : \ \ reach Lake Butler a few days la. and Carolyn.
M. Fralick, damages $5,000; continued Second Lieutenant J. L. Peek was Durden, of Hampton; Louie II. Hil, a school building at New Zion was tel' The interment will probably be Kuhper Is In tho University at 4d ,

; judge disqualified. promoted to first lieutenant. I lof Lawtey; D. W. Kelly, of New River granted and will be built when wan ; In Dekle cemetery and due ceremonle< .twill Gainesville, Marguerite Is married to .

B. G. Dyal vs S. A. L. Railway-Co., First Sergeant King Lewis was and C. Sullivan, of There aan get the funds- upon which we can I be observed. Mr. Garland Parnnll and lives In

damages $200; continued. promoted to second lieutenant. I I a committee from the western end of work. i Starke's military company will take Ja'k onvllle. The three youngest chll-

I."Wilson vs S. A. L. Railway Co., The new officers have already entered I the county composed of Dr. J. E. The following election returns were I part In the ceremonies, and they will drl'n are at home with their mother.
Maines Wm. Johnson and S. T. Dowl- canvassed and results declared as
damages $200 continued. their duties. I Mr.
; upon be witnessed by many Starke people" Besides his immediate family

Eliza Reddish vs S. A. L. RailwayCo. All members of the company are Ing.The follows: I as well as people all over the count: ;.. Duncan leaves three half-brothers and
., damages $200 continued.Mrs. above committee met in the District No. 1, Theressa- Trustee! ,
; ordered to be present at an Inspection three half-sisters, Col. Thos. FieldIng -
Bessie McGruder, two suit to be held May 13th. council room at Starke, Florida on: G. W. Hinsoir, S. R. Swindel, H. E. of Gainesville, Hunter Fielding, h

against the S. A. L. Railway Co., for the 2nd day of May, A. D. 1921, as i a Moorer; 3 mills. I; INVENTION BY STARKE MAN of Lafayette county, and Hale Fielding ,

500 damages each; continued. SLIGHT FIRE WEDNESDAY joint committee to consider the matter District No. 2, Hampton-Trusteei of Duval county, Mrs. W. II. Tol- b
of line for the A. A. Durden J. F. Houser A. A. E. H.. Steenberg, the painter, hue, :
Lake Butler Bank vs C. C. Johns About 12:30: p. m., Wednesday, i a deciding upon a ? Bert, of Columbia county, Mrs. J. II.

>t al, assumpsit, damages $500; jury faulty flue in the kitchen of the cottage vision[ of Bradford county and the Futch; 8 mills. i many times seen the desirability of II Stewart, of Bradentown, and Mrs. L. a

ound for plaintiff in the sum of $197 on West Madison street, occupied -, creation of a new county. District No.8, -Brooks-Trusteei stepladder that could step-that It.' E. Parrish, of Lake Butler, and one v.
I E. S. Matthews was elected chairman T. L. Chancey, W. L. Pun-Inn, J. T. could be moved a short distance wlth-
and $50 attorney's fees. by Ben Stilley and family, cans anC'e.] M. M. Hale, of Bradford coun-
TuesdayThe ed the roof around it to take fire. Aa: I and Louis II. lUll was elected Andrews; 8 mills. out its occupant being compelled tt.l1'et .
No. 14 Pine GroveTrustees down and move the ladder. So hi ty.To
citizens forming a the alarm given neigh. Bcretary. District relaLives
following < soon as was these and other Borrowing -
pedal venire, were sworn is as petit! bore came to help, and when the fire. I After considerable ,discussion, Itwas W. M. Knabb Lewis Harris, W. invented such a ladder and has applied and friends we extend our sym- 1
agreed that Bradford county E.! Thornton 8 mills. for patent for it. A ladder; he
urors: C. B. Hayes, J. W. Parrish, men arrived there was nothing for: patlcics.
'. G. Crews, Roland Thomas, J. W. them to do. The damage was very lall, be divided and that the dividing District No. 10, Rising-Trustee!, has had made for demonstration appears In the death of Mr. Duncan, which
lino shall be the bed of New River J. L. Underhill, A. Alvarez, M. M. to fill\ the bill. It is about al1l'teet
N. It
acne, A. L. Greene, J. Waters, light Iliad event occurred: his home In I'J..ko
). Green. from the Baker county line to the roBby; 8 mills. high and consists of two ladders Butler, Friday, April 15th, his

The grand jury turned in the fol. able issued in Bradford county, was I Alachua county line; and/ that the ,I District No. 17, Boat Drain-Trus. joined together at the top, tho spreadat l family lost a devoted husbandfuth- .

wing true bills: prompted by knowledge that badcome new county to be formed of that part'I '' tees, E. M. Coleman, W. W. Coleman, the bottom being three feet, the! er and brother. It ran truly be said

State vs Cornelia Mills, Indictment to the grand jury to the effect !I Bradford county lying west of thebed I I' J. Prescott; 3 mills. ladder having the form of All InvertjdV. of him that no< sacrifice was too great

or grand larceny; plead guilty. that Mr. Cattn, while governor anti I of the said New River shall have District No. 28, Ziff-Trustees, S. When the occupant wUhui to move! fo" him to make In the Interest of his

State vs Frank Brown, Indictmentr officio member of the pardoninghoard I I credit upon its pro rata share of the I.. Prescott, C. S. Kelly, J. W. I'adgett the ladder he works each section, ofthe famJly. As a friend he was true and '

murder in first degree; plead not had accepted, on December 18, county indebtedness in the sum of ; 8 mills. ladder as .If it were a stilt-and warm hearted, responding always totlte

uilty to indictment. 1920) $700 for voting for conditional I' 13,000.01): in lieu of its share of all District No. 29, Gullford-Trustees, there you are. wants of suffering humanity.

State vs Shelton Hall, Indictmentr pardon of a prisoner at the State county property, including the courthouse W. R. Alderman, J. E. Douglass, Thos This ladder should prove handy for ruly' a good man has left us and t

murder in first degree; plead not Farm. This prisoner had been convicted and jail; It being understoodand Dick; 3 mills. paper hangers, painters, carpenters lake Butler] has lost one of her best '

uilty to Indictment. in the circuit court of Bay agreed that the said sum of $13- Ordered that sections 19, 80 and 31, and In stores. When It becomes known LIzens.. 11

\ The following civil cane was dispos. county, January 15, 1918, for murder 000.00 includes one-half of the orig. Twp. 4, Range 21 E be dropped from it will, no doubt, have a large sale. I 'The kind regard and high esteem ,

d of: In 1 the first degree, with recommendation Inl cost of the courthouse and jail,, Pine Grove special tax district No. 14. FAVORS In which Mr. Duncan was held was U.,

American Agricultural Chemical to mercy, and was sentenced and one-half of the amount agreed Also sections 1, 2, 8, and North half GOVERNOR HARDEE loundantly borne out In the con-

">. vs E. B. Does, assumpslt, dam to i prison for life. Through the medtion upon by the committee aa the coat ofthe section 4, twp.! 5, Range 20 E, dropped' PUBLICITY FOR TAX BODIES I ;urse of people who came"with'kind 4

ea $500; jury found for plaintiff In of a notorious fellow prisoner fixtures and furniture of said from Johnstown special tax district With reference-to the movement for words of sympathy and beautiful florofferlngs. ,

attorney's at; the State Farm, Mr. Catts was courthouse and jaiL No. 24. al With sad hearts and
I sum of $302.31 and $50 for the acts of state .
publicity
promised $700 if he would use his It was further'agreed that where An election is' called to determine greater and forall ring hands all that was mortal of '

Wednesday Influence in behalf of the Bay eounty Bradford county holds the title to anyreal whether sections 22;23, 24, 25, 26, 27, and county'official bodies especially of the state, L. A. Duncan was laid to rest In De- li'; ',.'
Gov- estate within the territory of thenew 35 se and S 1.-2'of 83 Twp- 4. I tax expending "
November 10 1920, 84
Wednesday the following true bllli convict On Governor Harde has expressed himself kle cemetery Saturday, Aptil 10th, at /
ere turned in by the grand jury: error Catta voted for the man's conditional county, whether said title shall Range 20 E, auctions 1, 2, 8 and Nhalf a thorough believer Inthe 6 p. m., the funeral services being j!

|State vs Willie Dicks, murder in thet pardon, and later, from the be absolute or reversionary,,the title, section 4, Twp 5, R 20 E, and fullest as being.publicity that can be jriv- conducted by Rev. S. 8. Proctor.

mediator, received the $700 as promIsed to said property shall lathe act cr.sting section 19, 80, 81, twp.,4 B 21 E shall .

degree. murder in The transaction Is well authenticated I said new county be vested tno the he'made a special tax school district. "public affairs. While the governor PRODUCE MOVING r
State vs Frank Brown, has not expressed himself a" to the
e first degree. Plead not guilty. : from beginning to end, andthe I new county. There being; no further business t.heboard bill now before the legislature, requirIng j Every day Starke sends off an IIK'j.:
that J. E. meet the first
to be congratulated It was also agreed Futch adjourned to
f!State vs Sam Ballinger, murder in grand jury are lof the publication of a synopsis ofthe areas car loaded with strawberries, I gf'"
before thecourt. Starke and Joe Hill Williams ofLake in :
matter
the Monday
e first degree; Accused is at prey on bringing I June.L. proceedings of all tax expending; beane, squashes and potato draws. .I IMonday
Butler were designated* attomeya W. KICKLJTER.
Ot confined In the Duval county jaild bodies he has approved the prinel- T. S. Williams shipped 100)00 ,- ,. l-
to draft the bill creating themw B. WIGGINS Chairman.
completed 7.
having ,
will be brought to trial here on The grand jury I pIes involved, and has Indicated hishope ) draws. He and N. B. Hull maker .
their work, were discharged Wednes- I county. Secretary. dally. '
the
onday. bill securing shipments
that
and the court took arecess The various members of the committees a proper
I State vs Sidney J. Catts, "indict- day afternoon, I of this objects above referred to, will receive The dry weather has been favorable ,
Monday, May 9th. InUV from the eastern and western earry out the provisions agree
nt for corruptly receiving and ac- until the approval of the legislature. for! Irish potatoes, and as they we"more
the outeame ends of .Bradford hereby ment.
county
will give -
of for cast- ) next Issue we commonly planted this season
Pting a gratuity money also themselves to what Inftuence In witness whereof the said members '
use -
murder as sledge
: of the cases !! shipped
of Jacksonville than before, many are
his vote for the granting par committees have J. T. Quigley spent Monday In ever
have with the of the said
tried Wed- they county
of minor importance : may and ,
na while governor of the state oforida. aces hands and looking after the interests ofhe dally. As usual, Heenan Williams
affixed theld
but not available at this writmg : nmissionera of Bradford county hereunto seals
nesday, the biggest growers
Heilbronn Mineral Water Co. J. M. Truby are ja
and the new county to see that they the day and year above written. i i
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FRIDAY. MAY 6, 1921.
BRADFORD COUNTY. TELE GRAPH SlARKE.. FLORIDA.
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.-. his way to Palatka, where he wiU
with his
day of last week parent,
Y OVERLOOKED A HANGING REAPPORTIONMENT MEASURE SHIPYARD Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes.P. I take up his professional work.B. .
k a I- I I PASSED BY TilE SENATE A. William and son, Willie ()fLake J. Cowart of Theressa, was a

m Newspaper have had something to Butler, were visiting relatlvellhere business visitor to Hampton Satur-

Bay recently about a sheriff in Louisiana People of Stale Will Vote on Consll- WORKER GAINS Sunday. day.Dr.
who forgot that he had a prisoner tutional Amendment in 1922 Several of our :young folks attended Middleton, of Starke, was called

under his charge who wa con- church at Brooker Sunday night. to Hampton on professional business -
demned to be hung \\i
y and later had to apologize to the governor matter hal at last been IMPOUNDS LAWTEY Rev. Jenkins, of Gainesville, will
of the state, declaring that ho nettled In the senate, that body by viva preach an educational sermon at the

was "*o busy that he overlooked the voce vote of 15 to 13 ,Thursday MURPHY PEAKED BREAKDOWN Lawtey, May 6.-Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Methodist church Friday evening (tonight -
matter." Since then it has been stat- morning concurring in the house Moore were visitors to Jacksonville ).
cd that to avoid technical 1 poasibilitie amendments to the senate Joint resolution BUT SAYS HEALTH; WAS Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs. C. P. Sasser and daughter, ,

the governor bal commuted the .en- for a constitutional\ amendment RESTORED BY TAKING Enoch Griflis and little daughter Clara May, of Valdosta, who have
tl ?' tence of the murderer and he will be allowing the people to vote in 1922on TANLAC Pearl, are upending a few days at GENUINE been the guests of Mr. and Mr*. P. B.

i'L> allowed to live a* long a* he can, in reapportionmentThe Daytona.Mrs. Hunt, returned to their horn Tues

prison. No doubt the murderer II 1 matter has laid on the table in "Tanlac has done more for me thanI E. D. Sayles was a visitor to "Oil11" day.W.
well enough pleased-but what of the the senate since Tuesday morning thought medicine could possibly Starke Tuesday. DULL E. Hutchenson i II the guest of
, public How will it under- Phillips' to' the any his daughter Mrs. Chrichlo, of Jack
the amendment
general when ,
do, for it has built me up sixteen Mr.. W.;. II. Miner and little son,
: stand the "so busy" excuse of the Campbell resolution, allowing 99' mem pounds in weight and put me in fine Howard, were visitor to Starke Wed sonville, this week.
sheriff? instead of the DURHAM Mothers Day exercise will be given
hers of the house 72 as shape again," said Tim Murphy, who nesday.
i It hasn't been stated in this particular I the Christian church Sunday
bill it at
Campbell originally put came is employed at Daniel's shipyards, Mrs. S. L. Alvarez and children, of
case that the sheriff was -'busy" over from the house where it passed and living at Seminole Heights, Tam Starke, vistled relative. in Lawtey tobacco makes 50 evening:: at 8 o'clock: Everybody Invited -

, chasing bootleggers-yet that is more Monday night Mr. Campbell was a pa, Fla. Sunday.W. good cigarettes for to attend.W. .
than probable. That seems to be the little afraid to bring it op, knowing before B. and J. B. Alexander were
two business
than
"For more years E. Torode wa transacting:: .
only business that the American people there was some objection to the res I took Tanlac I was troubled with in in Jacksonville Tuesday. lOc business visitor to Gainesville Mon

are now expected to engage In. olution. digestion. If I ate anything except 1 Mr*. R. D. Bennett wa a visitor day.
The anti-saloon league, which apparently Mill Audrey Johns, of Starke, has
he willintr would havea
Thursday morning was the very lightest of food, I to Starke Tuesday. rfftty Yn\t 9tcmr\fi+v
had the whip hand over congress to chance the passage of the amend- heavy, depressed feeling in my Mis Flora Brown returned home been a recent visitor Hampton..

and presumes to absolutely regulatethe ment, and Senator Lindsey moved stomach, my heart would palpitate last Wednesday from Waycrosa, Ga., Mr*. Mary E. Hunter visited her
country-excepting the court_ that the senate concur in the hous-j terribly and I would have awful attacks where she spent several day with her week.C. mother, Mr.. Thigpen, of Gainesville
has ordered, through Its well paid amendments, urging that the house of shortness of breath. My brother Louis. M. Click, of Jacksonville, was a Monday.
,
agent (paid by the people of the the to fix its that business visitor here Thursday. -
should be granted right nerves were In such bad shape Louis H. Hill was a business visitor
y' United State) that officer Miss Ethel Ricks, II. C. WimberlySr.
every peace
own membership without objection the least little excitement would upset to Starke Tuesday. What Keeps Boy. at Horn
in the country shall give at least from the senate, and saying that if me and Ithought I wall going to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dorman, of ., Gilbert H. Barker and H.: C. Wim More boy would run away from
ninety cent of his time and attention berly, Jr., were visitor to Maxville the tyrnnny If they
per this bill did not pans it would be ex- have a complete breakdown."I Jacksonville, are spending a few day borne to "r"T'P .
to enforcement of the Volstead Sunday. bad free luinnl.' saunas nod l clothes v.
tremely difficult to put another thru. started taking Tanlac on the at the home of Mr. and Mr. Silas ,. ,
V th Jitit1; li ."
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act. The orders thus extended are Messrs. Fred Moore and Bryant tin t"I I'
Senator Taylor spoke briefly against advice of a friend, and the way the Brown.A. .
acceptable to a great many men, Reddish, of Lawtey, visited friend
very the amendment
concurrence, saying medicine fixed me up was nothing II. Harley was a business visitor
and the result is that list of crimes here Sunday. To Stop a Cough Quicktake
placed the house membership too highIn lean than marvelous. I have taken to Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. .
t( previously combatted, often are over- MrStearns Moseley was a visitorto HAYES' HEALING!: HONEY a
his He felt that the mat
opinion. five bottles now, have a splendid appetite Louis Marr and children returned
' looked the of officers Starke medicine which the cough by
by majority peace Saturday.Mrs. cough stops
t, ter was up to the senate as well asto and my stomach seems to be home Saturday from Sander
( while they follow their noses, H. C. Wimberly returned Mon- healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues.A
j : ; the house. Senator Drad haw of troubles
In perfect condition,for It never son, where they spent a week with box!; of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
''\1. seeking liquor. Hamilton county, whose county is the me a bit I'm no longer worried relative.. day from. a two weeks' visit to Plant SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds andCroup
"Whatever the statistic the Onward only one in the state losing a repre- with palpitation or shortness of my D. Davis, of Miami, was a visitor to City, Mulberry and St Petersburg. I II enclosed with every bottle of
,,:":, and Upward forte tf Baltimoremay sentative, tried to offer an amendmentbut breath, and my nerves are aa steady Lawtey last week. HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The throatof salve
should be rubbed on the cheat and
i, have in their possession, there the motion was on concurrenceand as steel. Why I'm simply feeling! Miss Eunice Dinkins of Jacksonville DISASTROUS FIRE children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
?1: seem little doubt that serious crime his amendment was not received fine and don't hesitate to give Tanlac spent a day or two last week at the The healing effort of Hay*' Re lln J Honey Inside -
j" has, at least, not diminished, since TIe wanted Hamilton,county left with credit for what It's done for me." home of her parents, Mr. and Mr*. Property of C. N. Cooper Totally Destroyed tha*'. -throat PT combined,... Salve with through th*h elmell the pone ctoft.rov of
:c t the dry law became effective. The its two representatives. Senator Ma. Charles Dinkins. by Fire the skin MOD Mop._b.

j tl:, dally record of it has teen spread poles also spoke briefly in favor of BRADFORD Edward Edwards, of Gainesville, eat Both of the remedtet combined\ an tnauuent pecked" one to Ma eaitoo and the

; thick upon the pages of the daily paper concurrence When the vote was taken spent last week with relatives in Law 1 The residence, smokehouse and t Just ask your druggist for HAYES

*-not only In Baltimore but many the president could not determinethe Bradford, May 6.-Rev. C. A. Crosby tey. I barn on C. N. Cooper's place east of HEALING HONEY.

: other cities," says the Baltimore preponderance and called for the of Starke, filled his appointment Mr. W. E. Torode was a visitor to Temple's mill, were destroyed by fire -
'!i American. The sheriffs and the police yea and nay vote which was announced -, here Saturday and Sunday. Starke Wednesday.D. last Thursday afternoon Very little ii'I ;:" - 2
; are "busy" chasing men who they by the clerk as 15 for the concur Mrs. Herman Han-ell spent Sundav I B. Browning was a business visitor was saved, and there being no insurance E"
F > believe may have a bottle In the rence to 13 against the amendmentsmade at the home of Mr and Mrs. O. W to Jacksonville Wednesday and the loss of building and per

:: pocket by the house were accepted.The i Barry. _She was accompanied home Saturday. sonal property wa total.
: :' "Congress, in pausing the Volstead resolution provides that the by her mother, Mrs. Sarah Barry.F. R. R. Thede was a visitor to Jack The fire was an illustration of the Tired 1
::,' act went far beyond its precedent, If matter of reapportionment on the line Norman and family, of Starke sonville Friday.V. proverb that "misfortune never comes 'I I II
i\, not its privilege, and Indeed went far Indicated 99 representatives and not were guests Sunday at the home of R. Reddish wa a visitor to Starke alone." Mr. Cooper hal for a long "
h 1 beyond the language and Intent of the to exceed 89 senators shall be submit Mr. and Mrs. A A. Edwards. Wednesday. time been troubled with Intestinal ailments "I wa weak and run-down.

';',,'. amendment Itself. It Invades the phy ted to the people in the 1922 election.If Miss Llnnie Parker and father, of Dock Norman and family, of Rai- and had not long been out ofa relates Mrs Eula Burnett, of
t; sician's office, the scientific laboratory they vote for It then this resolution Brooker, attended church here Sunday ford, visited relatives in Lawtey Sat hospital in Jacksonville when he m Dalton Ga. re2 wa thin and
,
% even the private kitchen," say becomes a part of the constitu .- urday1'' and Sunday.R. took a relapse, which required an op Just felt all the time.
r1:;; the Palm Beach Post "Its provision. tion. It calls for a reapportionmentby Seeber Edwards and slater, Miss R. Thede and W. E. Torode were eration. While recovering from the I didn't rest welL I wasn'tever II
fI' are unenforceable," The Lakeland the legislature of 1923. If it fails. Ruby, were shopping in Lake Butler busines svUitor to Starke''Thursday.Mrs. operation he became a victim of the hungry. I knew, by
1'.o.' Telegram, untcr the title of Enforce then the governor may call the legislature Saturday. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, visited smallpox He was recovering, and his I this, I needed a tonic, and
, ment of Homicide, says that "the enforcement in special session for this pur Little Miss Wilma Surrency returned relatives in Lawtey Thursday. physician advised that the dwelling be a* there la I none better than-

t., of the Volstead, act ban pose. Reapportionment shall be made Sunday after an extended visit in Henry Bennett was a busness visi- fumigated with sulphur smoke As '
brought to the front ono question that every ten years on the federal census Tampa with relatives. tor to Lawtey first of the week. the patient had to be removed from
will have to be settelJ soon-the right in the years ending in three. So Mrs. T. L. Willis spent the week-end David Moore has returned home his bed while this process was goingon

f;;;p of officers of the Inw to take human that this reapportionment, barring with relatives at Five Mile. from Milton, where he has been at Mrs. Cooper, last Thursday af KARDUIA

life. Almost every day we read accounts . any changes, will hold until 1933. C. M. Andreu antI family attended school. lIe graduated last week. ternoon, managed to get the patient,
Ik\ of homicide committed by enforcement church at Brooker Sunday. Dr. Brown was a professional visitor weakened by disease, outside the
officers" The Telegram MILLEIt Mrs. W. II. Harrell and daughter, to Maxville Saturday. house, and placed him in a chair under '

'a' does not believe that tho American Mrs. Lucille, were shopping in Worth. I W. T. Gill, of Jacksonville, was visiting a shade tree. She then went in The Woman's Tonic
people will long suffer such a condition Miller, May ( .-B. E. and J. L. inirton Monday. ( relatives in Lawtey first of the the house and started the fumigation. I
to continue. There will come n Brown and II. C. Peeples were delegates Master Ercell Edwards celebrated week. Being very busy, she left the burning

I time when the hounding of a man to the county division meeting his 12th birthday Friday with a fish Carl Prevatt was a visitor to Jack sulphur and went out into the garded.In . I began using Cardut," I
down, an though he were a murderer held in Starke Friday night: fry. A large crowd of friends and sonville Sunday.A. the meantime the fire, somehow, continue Mr. Burnett ;
A' or fiend because he does not submit Miss Kate Epperson, of Lake But- relatives were' present. H. Harley is transacting busnc !- crossed Its bounds, and in a few min I "After my first bottle, I slept
LL mildly to dictation as to his appetite, ler, spent the week-end with Misses Bruce Warren and son, Hubert, of sin Taylor county this week. utes the building was in a blaze. Mrs. better and ate better. I took
will cease to be popular and the public Jonnie and Trumle Rivers. Dukes, were visiting here Sunday.A Clifton Brown, of Gainesville, is Cooper's first thought was, of course, four bottles. Now I'm well, I
: attention directed towards those N. II. Stokes was a business visitor daughter was born' to Mr. and spending a few days at the home of to remove her husband as far as possible I feel Just fine eat and sleep,
i who hound him-paid and fanaticalwill to Worthington Friday. Mrs. Wallace Crews April 26th.J. his parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown from the fire, and when thia was k my skin 'Is clear and I have

cause a very general murmur The annual event of the Rimes reunion V. Edwards wall in Brooker. on The latest real estate transfer in done, it was too late to save but avery gained and sure feel that
9 and evidence of disapproval. was held Saturday, at Bethany business Tuesday. Lawtey was last week, when Geo. F. few articles. Neighbors soon Cardui 1* the best tonic ever i

a As many had predicted, when national church. This was also the 102 birth Mrs. Florence Varnedoe was shop Young bought of Mrs. C. II. Churchillher arrived, but when they came the barn E made."
prohibition was urged and defended day of the late Uncle Johnnie Rimes. ping in Worthington Saturday after 10 aero farm in East Lawtey. Mr. and smokehouse were wrapped in Thousand of other women
by enthusiasts-mercenary Miss Elsie Stokes, who has been noon. Churchill was here last week prepare flames and they could do little in the have found Cardul Just aaMr 1

and inquisitive! ( -the enforcement plan visiting her sinter, Mrs. Eugene Doug. Nv G. Hayes, Sr., was attending to ing to move his furniture so the new way of saving. *. Burnett did. It should
h' have led to a spy system that is disgusting lass, of St. Augustine; .has returned business in Gainesville Thursday. owner could take posseaison at an The Cooper's found a temporary g help you.

to millions; It has brought: home. Mr. and Mrs. Boney, of Worthington early date. home with Mrs. Ellington. Mr. Cooper At all druggist

about the now easily understood proposition Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Thomas visited were guests Sunday of Mr. and Joseph Marr, Sr., of Highland, and always an industrious man, worked I ]
il'' that prohibition la for the relatives in Alachua county Saturdayand Mrs. W. H. Harrell. Joseph, Jr., of Starke, were visiting as long as he was able and he and fcllHESZSSSSE.87
multitude while millionaires may still Sunday. Mrs Alma Surrency was shoppingin relative In Lawtey Saturday and his helpmate, by economy and indus
say what shall be served in their dining Miss Mildred Roberts,of Lake Butler Worthington Friday. Sunday. try had created a cozy little home. ----. -

hulls and at their clubs. Statistics was the week-end t'et of Misses Remember Sunday school. Sunday Wilmot Brown, of Gainesville, is Now they are helpless, through no
of the past year show that Imported Jonnie and Trumle Rmes.) .' afternoon. spending a few.days with his parents. fault of their own, and must for sometime ASPIRINName

'y;, wines and liquors flow steadily Among the business visitors to the Mabry Harrell, who has been attending About 35 little folks attended the rely on assistance from their fellow
""' in to the country, and the rich county scat Monday were Mesars. N. the business college In Jacksonville sixth birthday of little Howard Miner men. The generosity of our people

fin, man has little trouble in getting what II. Stokes J. F. Williams. J. W, Par- is home with his parents, at the home of his grandfather, E. will not deny them that, and those "Bayer" on Genuine
he desires j while the man in moderate : rish and Roll Thomas Mr. and 1\ITII. W. M. Harrell.Mr. J. Robert, last Thursday afternoon, who wish to make cash contributions

circumstances must pay a drug:: Irvin Dekle and Miss Eatelle Ros and Mrs O. W. Barry were and an enjoyable party it proved to \be, are asked to go to W. M. Bryan, who rf3at
:' gist and a doctor an exorbitant priceIn enberg, of Lake Butler, visited with business visitor to the county seat not only to the little ones, but to the will cheerfully accept and account for :-
order to have a gill of brandy In friends in this community Sunday. Monday. grown folks. Cake and ice cream what is left with him for the Cooperll.IIAMP'I'ON %=d

his house for an emergency. Desmond Dukes, of Dukes, was in B. B. Cook, of Ft. White, visited were served.
Congress Is understood to have In
this community Sunday. friends here Sunday. .
view some amendment to the Vol Sumner Andreu was a visitor to HIGHLAND -
Willie Bielllnjr\ \ who has been attending
stead act-and If it is not still trembling the Wauchula high school, the Midway section Sunday.Mr. Hampton, May 6.-Rev. J. Mullady

under the lash of the anti-sa has returned home. I and Mrs. Olson Thomas, of Mid. Highland, May 6.-The strawberry left Sunday. evening for Jacksonville,
loon league's whips there should be Mr. and Mrs. D. L Clyatt visited way, spent the week-end with Mr. season has about closed here, only a where he will assist in a series of

drastic changes, to secure at least the the former's Kilter, Mrs. Reeves, of and Mr*. C.'M. Andreu. few crates a week being shipped. Our meetings.A.
privacy of a man's person and his Bland, Sunday. Miss Georgia Edwards attended farmers are now shipping green Bean A. Durden, H. B. Weest, C E.
home. In small lots as small Harper and Rev. Warning I Unless you BOO the name
church at Sardu Sunday. only a acreage N. T. King attended
Bayer"
t be Scores of farmers will apply crush oa package or on tablets. '
Enforcement officers should die Hewitt of was planted. court at Starke Monday. sot
Raymond Worthington, lira. Retting; genuine Asplria jW
ed limestone to their farms this
u armed-their work Is presumed to bea year I waa a visitor here Sunday. Gilbert H. Barker visited relativesin J. H. Saxon and John Parker were ncribed by physicians for iwentyjon*
civil process, and the process server Hundreds of tons of this soil corrective Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards attended Jacksonville Wednesday and Thurs transacting business in Gainesville years &nd proved safe by million Take
II I not usually escorted by a machinegun have already been shipped into Monday.R. \npirin" only M told in the Bayer pack
the family reunion at the home for
day.Messrs. .gc Colds. Headache
the county and more carloa'awill Neuralgia,
squad; a Bane definition should be brought In.many To best the I ot the latter' parent, Mr. and Mrs. Rivers and Dowling, of Rai- M. Williams, of Jacksonville, is !H.hcumatioma, Earache, Tootbuhe, Lum-
be accorded the word "intoxicating"and prove T. II. Rimes. ford, were here Friday seeing the the guest of his parents, Mr. aid. Mrs. 'huge and for PWn Handy tin boxes of
if Jews are allowed wine for their value of lime every farmer who used Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shaw and chile Bradford countyites in regard to dividing A. M. Williams this week. IW 2j JS&yer' TaUeta of Aaplrlrt lewents.
.
it is asked to leave a strip unlimedin Crum-tan ],
:i" religious holiday feasts, why deny it the fields he applies this rock to. dren, of Alachua, were guests Sun. the eounty. The majority offah. O. M. Tillman, representative of AapirTn |. ofj4.
to the New England society, which is he .day of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edward e people through here seem to favor Alachua county, was the guest of Mayer Manufacture
celebrates the landing/ of the Pilgrim will When have the peanut clean cut crop evidence growing of the M. S. Hayes of Bunnell, spent a few keeping the county as at is. John Parker Monday. He was on his arias W ealicylloaeid.
fathers, or the patriotic Irishmen who J. I. Marr was a visitor to Jackson way to Tallahassee.
value to his farm. It requires two to
f make a glad festival of St.. Patrick's Let Mr. Mary Graves Tell You Her villa Sunday. Rev. J. Mullady preached at the
three for the limestone to
day Times-Union.. yearn pro Poultry Raining Experience Harry Wimberly and Gilbert Barker Christian church Suhday morning. 1886
duce the greatest benefit in sweetenIng
the soil. "Three year ago bought an incubator were business visitor to Lawtey Archie Gay, of Hawthorne, was the
of this year I've made money. Rata Saturday. guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Parker
Miss Thelma Thomas, Brooker,
stole Didn't know Mrs. Burton Carruthers. of West Monday,
Dally Thought. Is visiting relatives in this section this my baby chict/. un- DAVISINSURANCE I
A single grateful thought turned week. :' til a friend gave me a cake of RAT Jacksonville, arrived Saturday to visit Mr*. John Parker, Misses Alma
i heavenward In the must iiorfcct prnywrOjwvars : SNAP. Next morning found two dead her sister, Mrs. J. T. Marr.G. Dyal and Julia Maxwell, Messrs. Lee

-Ltoo,, I"Il. rat in hennery. Kept finding them.Suddenly . W. Parker, Sr., was transacting Parker and Eugene Henry motored to !
N. Argument business in Gainesville Friday and Fort Harley
they disappeared altogether. Monday where they
%t In tot ootnmaaVtyH en-
TaatekiM cbU Vacate Any war excerU[
r'' asked the new arrival. "No. an* It's the only sure rat killer." 3 Saturday. Joyed a fishing trip.
leetora vnathr sac inntr by portrytai sad .x swered the native "We're all toiler- sizes, 3Re, 65c, 11.25. Sold and guaranteed Louis Marx, of Lawtey, was tram- Dr. Hunter, of Lulu, was the guest:
rk'|Mo*livNaretlnil the blood. w Yaecsowootniksluaunacelnt :....'i IM"" ,,. *& but friendly her i I'"' i '* by D. C Jones, Starke.-Adv acting business here several day last of friends here Monday. He was on STARKE0"

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BRADFORD
FRIDAY. MAY 6. 1921. _. ,
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: cattle of Suwannee county thus being .able swamps. WATERMILL .

'F laid. Many of the best breeders of Now, Mr. Editor don't you think I

New of Florida in Short Paragraphs.Told live stock were present. this would be a sensible division TEsch Watermill May 6.-Mr. and Mrs.

.- _._-----_.,._- I LUCKY county would be too small and poor to Willis Dyal, of Sampson, spent the

--.wwww-l: Trailing the tracks of a hone for support a sheriff, and constables we week-end here visiting the former' ,

Live State I' more than CO miles, Deputy Sheriff |don't mind much. If you think I am sister, Mrs. Ida Goodgo.

News 1 Halsell Monday afternoon at the out- j'selfish and only considering my own Mrs. Viola Thomas spent Saturday

L.- : class then let tell that it morning In Brooker {shopping
into mo
.'--- skirts of Fernandina took cus- STRIKE you
: ToidbEb; :;;;; tody Joe Whitfleld a negro'who is would be good for all, for the counties Those attending the fish fry at the

could not tax collectors river Saturday were Mr. and Mrs.A. .
horse support any :
stolen owned
alleged to have a
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I I by a negro farmer near Jacksonville neither L. Greene and family, Mr. and
I I f Mrs D. J. O. Green and
Here's health. family, Mr. 4
The heaviest penalty assessed Sunday night The theft was reported -
F. Robinson retired circus ever
John cigarette M. SHINER. and Mrs. Jack Goodce and son, Eu-
in Lee for Illegal to the sheriff's office Monday morn-
died at his winter home at county possessionof '
owner, and gene. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and
farm
recorded when ing. He went to the negro's
liquor was County
this evening of chronic bron-
Miami
family Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kerce and
Judge Stout fined Edward Hastings from there to within a short distance
chitis. He was 77 years of age. I FARMER BROWN Tom Markee, Evan Hodge.
$500 and six months on the road gang of Fernandina, the deputy trailed the Those (
attending church at Dedan

The first carload shipment of wa I Hastings, a garage proprietor, was horse. ( Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. J. II.

termelons left Lee county last week. arrested by county-officers who found : Now, Mr. Bradley, you KO down to Brown Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Warren, '

T>" crop is said to be unusually larges several cases of liquor on his houseboat I A fire which had its origin in the I DeWitt C. Jones Hardware Store I Mrs. Viola Thomas, W. R. Hodge.

well as advanced, throughout south I explosion of a gasoline smoothingIron while I go and get Kant us and the II Evan lodge was in Brooker Saturday ,
.:-- I in the hands of Mrs. Coleman, of tasted You round the I .
women "
, Florida. wagon. up 1 morning : :
, Grace Howell, who shot and killed Moore Haven, destroyed twenty-two' folks and we'll load in what we can it J
Dock Andreu
of lirooker, was here
business houses in Moor Haven,
her husband three ago in Miami find for then can comeback
A disastrous fire occurred In Madi- years room today, you Sunday afternoon. ':,
is to be tried for the fifth time with an approximate loss of $130,000, for the balance tomorrow. i
night when approximately
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son Sunday The Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Fowler, of the
insurance.
800 bales of cotton at the Monroo on the charge of murder. Officers partially covered by I expect we will be apt to find themat county seat, spent the week-end here'
have been sent to bring her back from greater part of the business section of la I
damaged and some dry goods store. See you -
Williams gin were prac- visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Fowler.
the state insane asylum where she the town was wiped out and tonight : fwj
ter.
I
destroyed. Mr. and Mrs. II. Stokes and
daucb
tically *
was committed for observation following -I there is but one store left with a' Mr. Snyder, we will take out only 11
ter Mildred of Williford
the .1t.
spent '
her fourth trial. stock of groceries and arrangementshave : part of what we have selected today,
Missing his footing when he attempted week-end with relatives.
been made to get a special"car T <<'
----- I I' and come back tomorrow for the bal
to the running boardof
to leap of municipal purposes. To obviate .the Corliss Carter was a visitor to .
loaded motor truck, Allen An instructed verdict in favor of I ance. Pile on the tools in your annexso
a heavily necessity of removing the costly im- Brooker Sunday morning.
the defendant will not sold and be all
was returned in federal they get
of Jacksonville was kill-
Richter, 13, Fisher has offered to sell i Those attending church at Dedan <
to the school. court at Miami for $123,000 damagesin Dissatisfied with his station in life, provements, ready when I come. Lot tho stove
ed while enroute the public utility plants to the city ata Sunday were W. R. (Hodges and
a suit brought by his widow againstthe and lamenting the fact that he was stand there until tomorrow but put ,;.1
lose.I daughters, Creasy and Melbree Miss- .
Miami Electric' Ligt and Power unable to properly care t t'.hi. wife all the balance where we 9-11 get at ;
Joseph G. Earraan chairman' the I} i 1..11 Rhoda and Reba Brown Mr. and
Company for the death of Joseph Little and twenty months old baby George I : them handy. I met Mr. Jones, and
board of health, returning from I Mrs. Will Andreu and children of this
state I Revelations ,
two years ago. He was killed by D. Tarbox, of Jacksonville, killed himself to th effect that a certain he-Oil Stove? Let's see It.
Washington, announced that a joint surgical sanitarium In Jacksonville section J
In the of his wife In the
in
an explosion an excavation for a presence
This Is In oil stoves,
something new
and state health survey of every A. L. Greene business visitor
federal wire conduit. Girard apartments. Immediately after is disposing of amputated members was a -
child to 21 years in Florida, You see how much different it is con. to Brooker last week.
up the shooting Mrs. Tarbox told the of human bodies in a manner one day
next fall. structcd from the old style, givingyou ( ---
would be begun According to announcement of the police of her desperate and unsuccessful prohibited by law was brought to blue flame oil stove
a something
phosphate mine owners in the pebble battle to wrench the gun from her light when Dr. MacDonell, city health Dreaming of an Absent On. '
makers been
have striving for from
Despite a much smaller acreage and district, the scale of wages has been husband's hand but, determined. to officer, was informed than one female To dream of grieving over the rib-

losses due to heavy rains, this year'stomato slightly reduced, so that common laborers I end his life, Tarhox fought his wife leg and one male leg had been foundin the first. No burning red flame and settee of nnyone 'in unlit' to lie u sure ;
smoking like the old style at their Hint the dream will
slRti yon\ l.
IMTHOII
crop will net the growers of will receive $1,75 per day of 10 off/, placed the muzzle of the pistolto a garbage can outside a hospital.
best. You this blue and) with frlrtullliieiw or
very see point noon return
. South Florida practically $1,000,000, hours. Skilled labor is reduced five his temple and pulled the trigger. The action of this hospital( in throwing -
flame gives you more even heat and line' crown nil I lli> ,,(rnll'r:: Urolith I !::
according to estimates of shippers and parts of human bodies in the refuse r 1'1't
cents an hour and semi-skilled labor ', does not consume and waste oil and iitinenre, lint to clrcim: of rejoicing' ntanyone's '
commission men in this city. from two and one-half cents to five II' Mr. Morris night' watchman of the has rivaled no end of consternation throw off that bnd odor. Here are nliwnoe, menu flint you will

cents per hour. planing mill at Terry died on his way and alarm among negro drivers full direction showing all the I C"nl'.1 I Hlinrtly fC'C'C'IIIl'WIl you would rather '

The death ,warrant for Tom Brown, to a hospital in Valdosta. Mr. Morris of city garbage wagons. Many of lm nil.limit/ P'
fits of this beautiful stove the
recently found guilty of the Albert Dor farmer of the San. them absolutely! refuse to work onI very .
negro, er, a was struck on the/ head while on latest Improvements to date. - ------ -- -

murder of Albert Chambers aged ford section, shot and killed himselfat duty Saturday night with an iron route where there is a hospital. The Here comes wife.up Explain this I Garner hill Gladstone, N. J., Sell

merchant of Lutz, Hillsborouirh coun- 0 o'clock this morning, at his home pipe. lie had just entered the boiler negroes are terrified at the sight of to her. here> my look at this dandy oil nat Snap, lie Says"I
,
ty, some months ago, was returned to on Celery avenue about four mile I room at the plant, where his assailantor anything that has to do with the dead. Klove. sell and use HAT SNAP Like to

Sheriff Spencer by Governor Hardee. from Sanford. Dorner( was widely assailants were concealed, when The negro who unearthed the two Yes I've been looking at it. Wish look any man In the fare end toll It's

He will hang :May 20th. known as an aviator, but for the past struck Robbery was the motive, as limbs recently was so terrified that ho would, buy It is nice the beat, It's good." People like RAT

two years he has been engaged in the !Morris was then carrying $GOO In his could not finish his work.MANUFACTURER'S you me one. so SNAP because it "does" kill rats pe- p
In hot weather and we could get nloi..r
The, fishing industry of Florida is growing of celery. He was a pupil 1 pocket, and th's' was missing when he II |I this summer without tho cook stove rifles 'areasll-l.'avell no smell Comas

and friend of the late John Mossant o'clock OPINIONMr. In cakes no mixing& to do. Cats or
placed at over $7,003,000: annually, was found at 2 Sundry morn |I All right Oil stove it Is, but we

and of this food Franklin county pro- a pioneer in flying in this country. i I ing. It is said that Morris had generally will have to get a cook stove sooner I, doge won't touch It. Throe sixes, SRc t

duces a large amount, particularly of told that he always carried a Shiner Gives<< Some Pointers on or later Better take It now. May n?c, $1.23.:; Sold and guaranteed by D. 8

The store of the Suwannee him.Announcement j 1 I County Division C. Jones, Starke.-Adv.
oysters and shrimp. Of oysters it large sum with be cold rainy days when we will need ?
furnishes 70 percent of the IItate'sannual ware Company of Live Oak, Hard'j I I II I -
fire. All right we'll lake it. Cnn
n IIw
ken into Wednesday night and : I understand that a few men hun- 'ne Quinine Itu IHM.H .hut Allcil ,
tlqn. | has been made thai'
produ teen revolvers were taken, bearlni I:I gry for ofTlcc, anti a couple of lake that today. li"'rm ..,. or Im '""k! lud lnn*',,. ..It,,,,,. I.AXA-
the old battleship Massachusetts llVt. IIXOMO OUNIMUl, '
) : u> sun |Ia tHkrnti
Key West bootleggers have resorted the numbers of 8C2020, 82800, 82052 which was battered some( time by cry owners in a towh that badly! ,.11'1! r gallon oil can? Sure, and will MiyiMitrlrhinit rntirilna: ni'rviiuiiii or rtiiDlnJ
ago
have It filled for >n din liuail. t.W.ekuVt; a .wiuiii.ooii lour l "IIKI +
to the quiet recesses of a cemetery 317938, 421405, 80192, 417J41, 171401! the coast guns from the Pcnsncola ftireft a court house, want tu you _. -. -- --- _._ --
for their stock. The 326565, 320i51, S2GGOS, 324885, 334900 Bradford county and create a new ono Now make out a bill for what we
as a hiding pla discovered 25 224309, 325750 2809-18 all S. & W nut of the western half. Now, I aol have bought and I'll give you a chock 4
sheriff and deputies her present position and consigned to All children troulilnd with Worn, haw. an uo-
cases and four demijohns of whiskey ) specials, except one Colt and one Win the deep at some point in the gulf. At against that. I am a manufacturing In full fqr; what you have on hand. hi'aliliyctilnr." tuilliMtee: mur bliKNl.and l a>ft v''
Chemist and hove much to 1o with Hotter hurry up tho"ordl'r for the ruin them In nioro "'I I.... itniiiai'li. dl.'urban"cOVt'S ".
chester.
in a vault in a cemetery there. the present time the old ship' lies on (,/ TASIM.KSS: CIIIU. IONIC tflviio n.alarly -
and harness Mr. Jones think
her side! rather a menace to smaller sheriffs and their deputies and. upoak wagon ; furtwoorthriMi WArka will onrlrh the MINN,' ),
saw jar brethren well for ho can rustle up a pair of mules for Inprovetlmdies.tlun.odactu..eenm.lSmutth, , ,
One hundred and twelve cars of I The mill of the West Bay Na- craft which would attempt what some my as as myself eniegTenlcmtlewhnieuy.trm. It
N.turewhlthnntlrnwo.ordi.nel
cucumbers have been shipped from val Stores Company and a million feet of the boatmen( call the "inside pas- If the main channel of New me. the worms,andthfiChUil: will".

Bushnell. The crop has already earned of lumber were destroyed bv fire at I Rage" this being/ especially the case Kivor is to be the dividing line' how So long. See you tomorrow. tueerfeothealth. riea auttouka.ilOaii y,

the Sumter county growers more St. Andrews. The fire is said to have on dark and stormy nights. < will a deputy sheriff. be able to till: buc&l&I

than $125,000, and the vegetables arc been caused by an angle-drive box becoming I I tie main channel where there art so \

hot and igniting saw d ist. D. many? A chemist, having his factory -
still going out at the rate of fonr to Chas McAnny, 41, of Lowell !Mass.,

five cars a day and prices excellent. J. Bryan, a worker, was hammed: In I I got a few graIns of black pepper in in New River swamp, might be Kill That Cold With ,,:
by the flames and was burned to'' arrested. by officers of two rountU.1: on J
one << while dining in restaurant
eye a .
death his found after the ft.. same day, each swearing,, the .
Buried in a rough wooden box in body being r
in Jacksonville last -eek and O ;
openedand
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been II accused was found on his aide i If 'L
the woodland fifty yards from a road, fire had extinguished.The I' closed the lid several tirnt-s In an \
Und lines should be the -
liuum.ary,
the of baby was
decomposing body a to the That '
attempt expel particles.
discovered eight mile east of Tam- big dredge which is working' was what he told the judge in police haw can they be told when all the : ; ;

pa and exhumed by Constable John. away up Little Cane Slough digin I'' court. A who trees<< are cut down? Here again the T
young woman happened -
will locate the linen to suit CASCARA QUININE
by the diversion canal of the mill'on-dol- deputies
son. An autopsy was performed
I to be seated at an adjoining table
the county physician who decided that lar 75,000 acre North St. Lucie river themselves .Li.ti4"'llo.cv
1 I and In line with his quivering eye, '
district is nearing the | Moonshining Is an important industry AND
the infant was stillborn. drainage now FOB '
called and had him
| a policeman arrested -
end ttOf the seventh mile. It wo"11 I declaring he was winking at and those who engage in It Cold, Comb "'"OM%V La Grippe "

Trainloads of tomatoes are rolling have been considerably farther hal I her. McAnny said he couldn't wink are eminently respectable men, whichcan
from Palmetto daily and the move- the machine not turned back and re i be proved by the fart that no Neglected Colds are Dangerous "
bocarse the Into which the
ment is speeding up and not near it* worked three miles which had cavedto blew was eye a glass optic. The judge pepper moonshiner was ever In jail, for they kT.k. no cbllnc: Ke.p this standard remedy handy for the ant .n.....
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height at this time. One hundred and some extent I though $15 and costs would satisfy always pay their fines, and they have Break up a cold: In 24 hour RcllevM '.:'"

twenty cars rolled last week and morn I rights that should be respected. If we Qrlpp in 3 d y.-IC.c:.H m for Headache ,
the Injured feelings Of the law and
will be going steadily, the entire crop An order has been placed in New levied that tax: are not consulted in the matter, our Quinine In thll form doc not affect the tiaad-Catcara I. beat Toole j",! 1 1

having been estimated at above a Orleans by the Florida Sugar and j I union will go on a strike, and what La..uve-No Opiate in Hill'a, ,.. +

thousand Prices excel- Food Products Company for machinery -i will\ then become of the thirsty pub (
carloads. are John Clarke, colored'nIght' : watchman DRUGGISTS SELL IT
first I lic, the sheriffs and the county judges ALL
lent and the demand Is steady. for Palm Beach county's sugar : I nt the Chipley packing plant, i'
mill. The mill Is to be erected on ? r
killed '
was shot and instantly Saturday -
Three hundred and sixty carloadsof the West Palm Beach canal. The I j I'I'I If nothing will\ do but to divldo the
I|I night at 30 o'clock, the shoot'ng: ,
and thousand expects to break ground for county, then why' not divide in 'Into
vegetables seventy company ,, being either accidental or by unknown -,
crates by express have been shipped the building within thirty days, it has '',, rarties. Clarke had been conversingwith five parts as DeSoto was divided? +. -_ . '

from Wauchula since January 1st..Of been announced. It will be able .to' a man whi was outs'de the nlant The railroad tracks should' be the

the were handle 60,000 tons of sugar cane an boundary lines. Thus let. Bradford
238;
freight, shipments cars I with him.! Wh n the! man turned to II i iIrave
cukes, 88 cars of mixed vegetables, nually. .Clarke told him to wait till he county be bounded by the Seaboard, 'j
the J. & T., the Peggy, the Clay and \
of mel- I
six cars of cabbage, five cars I cot his rifle and he would go/: as fares ,
ons. Those who have been expecting th' I' the well with him for a drink lIe I Alachua, county lines; Ziff county by i1

no-fence law to cut a wide swath in ,' the T. & J., the G. S. & F., the A. C. j
stepped to the wagon to get the gun ZSYearsAgo-
Franklin county of which Apalach- the doings of this session of the ICT'S-' L. and the Alachua county line; Buck- :)
and a filnt was Ward. Clarke crying'out
icola is the county site, one of the old- lature, are now wondering whit his j: that he was killed. The man ,, scrape county by the G. S. & F., the #'

est cities in the atatae, and at one become of the proposition. It has not I' caught him In his arms, but death A. C. L., Olustee creek and the Baker 1 t

time doing a larger export trade than been heard of but very little since the instantaneous, being shot thru county line; Providence county by the anClTtrCLay ;' .,
was 1Mich.h'n 1
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Jacksonville or Tampa, is officially convening of the legislature. Sessoi- the heart. G. S. & F., the A C. L. and the Columbia ,

reported to contain but seven farms cd politicians are of the opinion thatit I county line, and Wateroak 1t
ominous quiet county by the G. S. & F., the A. C. L.,
and seven domestic animals, one mule is either an preced-I Through, an error alle1 to have
of the i the Seaboard and the Peggy road
:
and six horses. ing a big upheaval hen made In the public lao l h t "
elements, xir else the matter has died: '" G. and; Baker and Clay county lines.
went at the state cap'tal
Fernandinahave bornin" That would suit our union to a T. j
from "a
Shrimp shipments! Fisher owner of the 1..1 a I
been unusually heavy last week speedway, was given a deed '> na Iv There could be no uncertainty S..lIttne invented iu 1 ;:

and were up to mid-season figures on Daisy Barnhill, 13, of Sampson, was land In Biscayne Bay, after the l l"M lines then and nobody .could be pneumatic automobile 1 k { ?VIA ,",l

Tuesday. From April lilt up to and shot and killed by DeLeon Corbett had been deeded to the city rf MIami arrested in more than one county on tire 2} years' ... i Le... r' ; J

including the 26th of this month, the Wild, 17, of the same place and the ,, and the mistake was nit t'f.t'1- ihe same charge. We shiners need a Y

number of barrels shipped totaled youth is being held on a murder Indictment pied until after Fisher had vHeJ lot of swamps, and each county would [SMITH'S GARAGE OLJ ,", {"OI

Information was to the er'l, get one or more big, safe, comfort- :
2545. These figures are independentof i'I $1,125,000 in the building nil riti- ,STARKE '\ w ,;

keg box and parcel shipments. feet that Wild and the girl's brother ping of electric light .and power and a
had returned from a hunting trip and barns .rPklaOmitiIDal f
street car ?
refrigeration plants, I
A '..OS.C that the girl wanted a shotgun which' and docks on the property. The city's COFFINS & CASKETS u I.'j I rS '

drove's Tasteless ctiltt: Tonic I..vree her brother refused to give her. Wild deed has been held as valid but the And a Fall Line ofUajfrtakm' I

Energy and Vitality by PurifyiiH, > and reached for it and in handing the girl mvnicipality is prohibited by a clause Supply ",, f',

Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its the gun discharged it, the content in the deed from disposing of the J. / .'j;

strengthening,invigorating effect. see how entering her breast HEARSE /
propeH", which can be used only for AUTOMOBILE .. 'vt/I
it brings color to the checks: and how Always on hand. The best lief' "
it improves the appetite. you w 111 then The Suwannee Cooperative Jersey r Habitual comrtlpatton cured vice at the lowest prices. Special uuj Reduction In Prices You win make a mistake fertm.!' +I"'

appreciate Its true tonic value. Bull Association was organized at In H toll Days"LAXTS attention! to telegraph or- lf you order your iJ\\

Grove's Tasteless chill: Tonic is simply Live Oak on a five block basis at ., WITH PEPSSN". it e;wrlM.y ers. Registered Embalmer. zer without getting our new price lists just Issued. I'lenty Il''i '

Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So I prepared Syrup Tonlc-l.axn'Jve for lie bites of Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, In-

Pleasant even children like It. The blood progressive* Constipation.should be taken It regularly"relieve fir promptly 14 to 211 ifay Inr DeWTiT C. JONES Bectivides, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. ., ,
needs to Purify it and IRON to county held at the chim CO.
QUININE of Suwannee to InHnre regular aitiiMi. Stimulate'' iri FLA. O. I'AINTBIl FERTILIZER
STARKE
Enrich it. Destroy. Malarial germ! ant her of commerce rooms, the groundwork Refill,!** Very Fluaitanl to !'**.. ftft JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA1Qt" ( ,

Grip al't'lJlJl by Its' Strengthening. (Invigorating of a marked improvement in the wet ot tie. '''''''D'1ZJmIIIIDII: ('',\ IF,:j ji

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FRIDAY, MAY 6. 1121.
BftADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAI-H. SI ARK E. FLORIDA. _'
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# --- FIVE MILE Misses Eva and Ruby Edwards and "

IDra furl l (C!Himulg 5fclcgrapl I| Geneva and Lucille\ Harrell, Messrs. '
Five Mile, May C.-Tom Chance Mabry Harrell and Seeber Edwards, REIVIEMBERtoaskyour'

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Roberts, of Jack of Bradford, attended B. Y. P. U.

Weekly and Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at sonville, Ollie Thomas and daughters, here Sunday night. umet Baking Powder and be
Published Ruby and Virgie, of AJachua, were Remember the B. Y, P. U. social it-the In- a
Starke, Florida., visitors here Tuesday. here Friday night.J. dianhcadontheo angelabel.

Messrs. Marion and Henry Dowling A. Douglass and son, Russell, of about bake

E. S.' MATTHEWS_.._..._.._.._->-Editor and Owner. Newn Tomlinson and Ulmer Parrish Alachua, were visitors here Wednesday Then forget
I motored here Wednesday on a fishing afternoon. day failures. For you: will

in Tallahassee these days is J. W. L. Pinholster and niece Can- never have any. Calumet
hardest worked man trip.Mr. the sweet-
About the I produces
.. and Mrs. Tom Chancey and toy Oliver, and Iva Col son, of Pine always::
John C. Trice, the legislative correspondent of two of the leading I sons, Fred, Maines and Woodrow, Ol Hill, were in town Sunday. est and most palatable foods.

daily papers of the state. How he manages to grind out the lie Thomas and daughters, Ruby and Eldon Baxter and Ben Crosby were .And now remember you

I amount of good readable copy he does is the marvel of everyone Virgie, enjoyed a fish fry here Wed In Worthington Tuesday afternoon. always use less than of most

I who knows anything about the mental and physical energy that it nesday. Milses Geneva and Lucille\ Harrell, other brands because it posesses -
.
Shelton Loadholtz, Nelson Dekle' of Bradford, were in town Saturday greater leavening atreogtn.
t takes to get and write the news. and Raiford Rosenberg were visitors morning.

1 here last week. I, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Litchfield and

There is a bill before the legislature to make it compulsory I Masters W. C. and Wilbur Town- sons, of Clayno, attended services in .Now Remember-

'I for all public bodies to publish reports of the way they spend thepeople's : send spent Thursday here, ,guests, of here Sunday night. .

It not be known to the Telegraph's readers their uncle, P. P. Dekle. :j The families of R. T. Osteen, P. M.

money. may of the state the different boards.!I I, Rev. S. S. Proctor and Miss May Barefoot, C. M. Andreu, E. B. AndreuJ. Always Use
towns
and
: that in many counties Borum, of Lake Butler, were guest D. Baxter and I.W. Pinholster enjoyed -
and commissions do not give an account of their stewardship. In I I I of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle Friday. a fish fry at the river Tuesday

Bradford county it is different, as every body of.public servantstell Elder M. O. Touchstone, of Quits Eldon Baxter was a visitor toI "VI ar

what they do through the Telegraph, but the public have the I I man, Ga., filled his regular appoint. 'I I,I I Worthington Sunday afternoon.

Telegraph to thank because such Is the'case. I ment here Saturday and Sunday. ... J. Sowell has been on the sick CALUMETBAKING
J. M. Mott attended services 'at list.

Bethany church Saturday. I l 1 I Haren
Ralph was in Worthington
It looks like there Is to be a lot of perfectly good time wastedby Mrs. M. Mott. of Wateroak, Mrs. : Sunday afternoon POWDER

the Legislature in considering question of capital removal.: A. C. Strickland and daughter, Ella I|I Mr. Peek, of Starke, was here Friday -

county in the state heavily indebted on account Mae, Miss Winnie Townsend, of Lake I! afternoon. '

' With practically every schools with many of them heavily bonded for Butler, Miss Virgie Thomas, of Miller I 1 I The Literary Club held its regular There is no waste. If a

of the public them Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rimes and meeting Monday-nigbt at the home of recipe calls for one ege two

i, improvements, and with war taxes of all sorts burdening family, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Goodman |I i Mr. and Mrs R. A. Weeks. cups of flour-half a cup of &ti esc

. the people of the state are not in the humor to have the legislature attended services at Bethany Sunday. I'I Willie Mae Olliver spent the week millithat's all you use. MUSH ) .

; appropriate money for additional buildings at Tallahassee or to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrish, Mr. and end at Pine Hill with relatives. You never have to re-bake. lUdp*

L build new ones at another place. Better pass up new,buildings and Mrs. D. I. Blume attended services i i i J. S. Forsyth and L. W. Sowell were Containsontysucht culm

capital removal at this session. Economy is the thing most desired at New Hope Sunday. < prominent visitors to the county seat clients as have been officially; floor Calumet tea*

Mrs. Angus Bielling\ who has been ,last week. approved by u.So Food Authorities Baking apoone Fowda;

just now. ____ visiting relatives at Miller for several Rev. Crosby preached at the Mis- to the product of the largest Powder most 1 tablespoon so-
days, attended services here Sunday. j: denary Baptist church Saturday eve- a modern and sanitary BaUnf 1 teaspoon

Another case of "nigger luck" Is recorded. A Louisiana sheriff I Mrs}. Martha Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. I I. n'ng.j Factories in .J'y S eggs. *

i was so harassed by prohibitionists, till he had to spend all his R. E. Parrish, Mrs. Jas. Parrish! Mr. I j: Several vi our people attended ser- Gluten Urn ooue-tbe gfrrca flow a element food part:.that. of cups mIJk. of Then sweet mix

I hunting moonshiners, and plumb forgot to I and Mrs. W. T. Parrish and sons, Mr. ,, vices at Dedan Saturday.T !- la eM r.c U*.
time in the swamps and Mrs. Avery Parrish and children I nourishes" the body. To: be! cure. : .!!! ..,..
that sort of attention. | C. Hazen the sick list
entitled to was on
hang a negro, who was by law pmtaq h. RII pnlrwjfli !!Sls1?
Mr. and Mrs. James Goud it:e and children
", to set another day, ,, last week. plifa! fyor.loot! fcH-rtahn flag!,
of It he wrote the governor. I IMlssefc
When reminded Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parrish, 'I E. M. Hazen is spending this week
but that official was In no hurry. In the meantime public opinion Hattte Dukes, Certie Parrish, I in Starke attending court.
not hung on the Julius and Robbie I' ----- -._- -- _ --- .-- _
Eliza Dukes Joel - --- ---- -
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crystallized into a belief that, as the negro was I I Mrs.. L. W. Sowell spent Tuesday ----- - --
.. acted on Parrish attended a fish fry at the
day set, he could not be hung at all. Lately the governor Scout Hole Saturday. I with relatives at Alachua.:

and changed the death sentence into pentitentiary for : Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Morgan and

the life.case It will not be long before the prisoner will get a lawyer to '' Mrs.at Mattie Miller\ Sunday.Drawdy visited relatives children, of Gainesville, are here on Lumber Prices Reach Low LevelYou

imprisoned a few days visit with relatives.M. .
unlawfully
plead for his pardon on the ground that he is his Ardell Drawdy attended a party at P. Matheny having a pretty '

( and had been wrongfully and maliciously cheated out of Midway Marcus Saturday Dekle visited evening.relatives in'I I'|I bungalow built on his farm. C. M. can now buy direct from our mills and save $10 1 ,,

light to be hung. Andreu and J. D. Baxter are doing j
Lake Butler Saturday. |I I I the work and it will add much to the j to $ I 15 per thousand on your complete house bills.

Mrs. D. I. Blume was a business looks of his place.
GERMANY'S PURPOSE '' business visitors to Raiford Saturday I visitor to Lake Butler Saturday. I II I II I J. B. Thomas, of Ziff, was here Sat- I Before buying send us a carpenter's bill of lumber re-

'I'afternoon. I I Dana Duke and Julian Dekle were ,. urday.
and let
little quired delivered
We are glad to know that us quote prices and save
you
Undaunted by President Harding's been in Dukes Thursday. || Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholnter and
who has
very
;y}} refusal to arbitrate the reparations sick Willard for Johnson some time, is recovering. Uncle John' Colson and grandson, Eldon Baxter attended the fish fry at from $150.00 to $500.00 on your building.
Clyde of Watermlll\ M. Feinberg, of ,
comes back with i i New River Saturday |j i
question, Germany and Clarence Dobbs
Johnnie Hurst Lake Butler, were visitors here Mon- !I I I Frank Andreu : ALL
the request that he mediate between were visitors to the Raiford section of'New River, was LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE
and the Allies. But Germany's i day. ,i here Saturday, ,
,y her makes clearer her pur- Sunday afternoon., I I Ervin Dekle, of Lake Butler, at-1 I!! A. B. Surrency was here Friday afternoon
second request .
Dobbs:of Raiford, was a business THE
+ which is not to separate the Arch tended j services at Bethany Sunday. enroute to Starke. < PERRY LUMBER COMPANY

pose United States and the Allies, but to visitor in this section Monday i B. L. Duke waa a business visitor. Fred Greene and Miss Rosa Sur PERRY FLORIDA

*\ secure guaranty of her payment of jto Lake Butler Saturday. ( rency, of Pine Hill, were visitors here ,
1S
between her afternoon.I- r I I P: 1'. Dekle waa a business visitor Sunday afternoon. .
agreed
upon ;
reparations
f I WOODLAWN i to Dukes Monday aftemoon.'j' While coming home Dressed Framing $28 Flooring $28 Ceiling $18
and the Allies by the United States. I Tuesday night ; ; ;
This may or m'ny' not have I from a fish frv _R.n T.__ Ontnpn WAR _r,_d-_
; purpose Siding $18 Lath $5.
been encouraged by American financial Woodlawn, May 6.-W. II. Norman, I I i BROOKER Sly hurt when an auto belonging to I. ; ,

rt';' Interests to secure trade advantages of Jacksonville, was called Sunday to W. Pinholster ran in the a stump,
Brooker, May 8.-Mrs. I. W. Pin- FREIGHT PREPAID.
t.. but It will bo granted only against: I be at the bedside of his brother, Troy, 'I I holster and Inez Abernathy spent last throwing Mr. Osteen out. The lights

r i t,, the stroiiKest kind of protest from who is very ill with typhoid fever.: I I Wednesday in Alachua. on the car went out, causing the ac -- .---- ---- ---.-. ---. -
: the American people. I IGermany's II Mesdames E. J. Hill and G. W. Carter Maj. E. S. Matthews, of Starke, cadent Mr. Osteen, not being conscious I "" ----------- ---:--

I : that she Is were shopping In Lawtey Satur- of what he was doing went
I :\,: protestations I I was a business visitor here Friday af-
and her around in front of tile car, and Mr. Diamond Self
}t. willing "to pity to the limit, ternoon. I Rising Flour $1.10. Africa. The Rhodesian Department
of amount which day.Frank I ,I Pinholster not seeing him, started the at A. D. Andrews Co., Raiford. 5-6-41 of Agriculture
latest suggestion an | Crawford, of Jacksonville, Lottie Galney and Lorene and Ella has the distinction of
l more nearly approimates the allies' spent last week here with his daughter i Mae Haren, of Gainesville spent the car ahead, knocking Mr. Osteen down having: first introduced it Into culti
,(, about as depcndabl/ a* ,I and running over one leg. Mr. Osteen NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE: vation. This about
demands Williams. 1910. In
'; are Mrs. T. C. [. week-end with their parents. Hereby nolle ii was 1913
,, Is confined to his bed from the irlven that under und br
statement I Indulged In before and dur j Mesdames Katie Bailey and R. Clark The families of J. J. Morgan, II. P. result virtue of that curtain decree of fnncloimramad the United States department of agriculture -

1f)';.. ing the war. She is pushing her imports I of St. Augustine, are guests of their ,I and L. R. Gainey and D. W. Mason '. he of will his wounds have but his friends hope ", Lon... and Judire rendered. of the br Elirhth the Hannnhl Judicial!! Circuit A. V. first introduced it into this

:11, I to the United States and fast I nieces, Mesdames M D. Carter and attended church at New Hope Sun- '. an early recovery. I of. Florida In chanoenr lining. In tta Circuit country. Here it promises to be valuable
: Group Two will out the B. Court for Bradford County Florida, on the
which I carry Y. ,
I": creating commercial relations, Elisha Rosier.A day. an day of May. A. I>. 1921. In favor of 4. E. for planting in the extreme
of more or less difficult I I, I jP.r U. program Sunday night. Ev I N'ekl. aa complainant and airaliut C. J. South including the
Sl are capable' of I L. F. of Plant spent' entire State of
City
I large crowd young,people enjoyed Surrency t'ryone" invited to Johnson u defendant the underlined( will
t financial problems, unless credits are I Iarranged. a sing at the homo of Mr. and part of last week here with relative.,, Woods come. I I II I offer.for ..1. at the front door of the conrtnoua Florida, and a strip extending as'far
Percy of Ziff
of the I attended services In Bt.rh. Florida, during the Inal
q, She is fully aware Mr,. W. L. Johns, Saturday night i returning home Saturday. here .hotim of Bale on north as Central South Carolina,
I
fact that of all the Allies the United W. II. demons of West |I Sunday night. MONDAY. THE SIXTH DAY OF JUNE 1021. Southern portions of Mississippi, Tex-
Dr. G. W. Drown, of Lawtey, was a I Key was a Clarence Stephenson, of Gaines. : to the h lithe.t and beet bidder for "..h the
4' alone is financially Hound, and ax: and Louisiana also
) States visitor here Monday. visitor here Saturday following described. property, portions of
sees no reason why the United States ,i i vllle\ attended service at the Advent I Bout..... auartr of 1I0..h..., quarter of California and Arizona. Work withit
Miss Edna Baxter last week
; Miss Loutebelle Carter pent Sat. I spent church Sunday. I n-etlon tw.nty-tlrr.) (2s> > aUn' the welt half
o should not help her pay her debts as visiting relatives and friends in Jacksonville i of the northwMt quarter and aoventy: (701yank was first started at the Florida Experiment -

in Starke guest of her sister, i i II. R. Brown .
urday of Brooker's
well guarantee them. Germany one prom. deep nn the mat aid of th. .a.t half Station in 1915. 'Since
as that
of the northweat ....
quarter of .Uon
Mrs. Mabel Strlngfcllow. inent twenty!
r reckons that if the United States can Ben is friends in citizens, spent Monday trans- four ((24. townahlD fin 161. ......... Elnhteen time it has been grown cooperativelyor
Mrs. A. F, Muse, of Jacksonville, Crosby visiting acting business at the county seat. (111( south and _t. oontalnlnu one hundred
' r t be made to help her pay' her debts, it spent last week with her sister, Mrs. South Florida this week. Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Futch, of Rai thirty-two (UM ...... moo or 1 le*., distributed In small lots for plant-
can be Induced also to guarantee them J. E. FUTCH.JOE ing in many widely separated sections
Mrs. Melvin of is
T. C. Williams. Lawtey, visitingher I Muter
4 larger ford spent part of last week visiting WILLIAM C..u..r. .
Undoubtedly Germany can pay I HILL of the state.Analysis .
son, J. J. Morgan. ,
she rr relatives here.News I Solicitor> for Complainant. 6-S-5K-8
reparations than she contends Louis Clemons and son, of Miami| I I. From Station Bulletin
here
PINE III LI was received Monday announcing r
'
'can. 'German people' are concealing
are here on a visit with relatives MASTER'S SALE Napier Graaa Green
' In the last the marriage! of B. T. Cross ... .
taxes. Not la la hereby
and .1.
wealth dodging that under
and Inpunuanc
1 of Germany's claims, the attitude Pine lull May 0.-Mr. and Mrs. E. II. demons, of Wauchula: was by to Miss. Lottie Stokes, of a certain final d..f foreclosure WaVer' ...___...._______._.___8.84
f analysis ol'wauchu.1 .
M.I here Thursday afternoon. la. of val made and rendered on th. Ash 2.68-
;f of German citizens toward their A. demons and two children I Jnd d.. of May. A. D. 1921 In and br the -
Fred Hazcn and Claude Crosby Judir of the Protein ._._....
'' be the determining spending a few days with his parents. t I IWf're i Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Andreu and Circuit Court In and for Brad 8.68.
government may ford County. Florida. In
chaneerjr. In thatcertain
in !Starke; Thursday afternoon.
by the must They had the misfortune of having ,I I i children attended)church at New Hope .._ therein pending wherein Elbha Fiber .. -_s_|3.24
,. t factor. Agreements state
Miitnes LuWdla Pinholitter ......
t Myrta Sunday. I Kite. In '.In.nt. and Elijah El,. and Napier Grass Hay
be agreements of the people, and the the house in which they were living Mary Jan. Kite. hU wife, are defendant. :
Inez and Marguerite -
that the state will be sustained burned Saturday morning. Morgan, Abernathy- I, L. A. Brown was In the Pine Hill\ I. A. 8. Crewa. aft Special. Muter shall of. Water ....--..-"' 9.88
prospect Shriver, Messrs. Ardell and section far for nal. at public outcry, and will sell, to Ash _...._..... 9.92Protein
Tuesday after his
looking tel.
Mr and Mrs. A. B. ...
th and
; by the people Is not propitious Surrency were hlnh it bent bidder for euh. before
else. visitors to Brook. Claude Crosby, Truby Pinholater and rphone lines.Following. I the ddn. .. of the courthoua In Stark.. Brad _....__. i.11.3 for guaranties, trade or anything Saturday.Dr. Eldon Baxter' attended the box supper' j I I ford County Florida, on Mnn ... the nth day
.
Under such conditions mediation will W. II. demons, of Key Went, Graham given the B. Y. P. U :I of June. A. D, 1921. dun n. the legal hour. _._..46.02.<< .
at night.
? Friday ,
program rendered Sunday night by I of .1. the following described property to- Fate 2.15
not get very far.-Ex. spent Saturday and Sunday with his Willard Smith, of Graham, was in ,. wit I Ftv acre. In the Southeast corner of
Group One: the Southeast Quarter of the Northeaiit Quarter Fiber ...._...._...26.20
parents' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. demons. town last week j I 4 1 Song. I and the North Half of the Routheaat
'i'r DODSONDobson Miss Inez Abernathy, of Brooker, M. A. demons ,has moved his fam Quarter of Section Tw.nty.flv. Townahl PRICES
I i Scripture reading-Lubedla Pinhotster. I Ft_ South. Ran* Tw.ntr-on. Seat I A ho the Napier grass joints, $10 thousand -
spent the weekend with her cousin, fly out in the Pine Hill\ section. ]I, I I Wart Quarter of the Southwent Quarter. of per
i : f May 6.-G.: A. Johnson and Miss Rosa Surrency. Revt C. B. Stephenson, of Orlando, I the rowiwhlv Morthweat Fire Houth.Quarter Ranfre of Section Thirty., : $1.80 a hundred.
Prayer. Twenty-two E.
I, Leeman made business containing In all ....... Napier grass roots, $50 per thou-
'. brother, a Quite a large number of Pine Hill preached at the Advent church Sun Ninety-live more or
n Introduction-Eldon I ..
...
Baxter.
Alan the Eut Half of Lot Twenty-flv sand $6 a hundred.f. .
I: : i trip to Lake Butler Saturday. folks attended church at New Hope 'day night There was a large crowd Part 1 Fred Hazen. In W_,...... In Section Thirty. Town.Mp
< I Johnnie attended services at all'seemed I Fl.. _II. Ran.. Tw.nty-two East, o. b. Brooklyn.Come
Hurst contain.ln
the
: If Saturday and Sunday. present and to enjoy I
Part 2-Claude Crosby. Flv ....... men ..r..... Ahto Lot Num- and see the growing ia
:, 'Manning Sunday. Miss Willie Mae Olllver spent the sermon. |I Part 2 of See. I j her Nine and West Half of the Fist Half of grass
'r i Marguerite Shri. the fields. I
will be
tit,:;: : Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Andrews; and week-end with homefolks. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children \ ,: ver. I Ofeetlnn Lot Number Thirty Twenty-four! Township In Plus Woodlawn, South of In around. glad to chow you

;: children attended services at Manning Messrs. G. W. hisses, J. E. demons and Mtsa Marguerite' Shriver Part 3-Eunlt'e Hazen. .''.Kane* Twenty-two Eat containing Twclv
and one-half acre.. l. I. N. CABLE BROOKLYN
more or *a. All In Bradford FLA.
';,' Sunday. and A. B. Surrency were visitors to spent Sunday with friends in Starke. j I I Part 2 of Sec. 3-Mrs. Colson. I. county, Florida. '

'I We are sorry to report Mrs. Jud- the county seat! Monday. Several of the men from here at.I Duet--Lubedla Pinholster and Inez 'I A. S Special CREWS: *"".'. : See

:' .. eon Hurst on the sick list Cephus Harrell was a visitor to tended the meeting at Starke Fridaynight Abernathy. A. Z ADKINS. I ,

:" Judson Hurst made a business trip Brooker Sunday afternoon.E. regarding county division. ', dosing,: song. 801l.ltor.for, Complainant. 5.64t.54 !I G. C.

,r' to Lake Butler Monday. II. demons, of Wauchula, was Among those who went to the j'i DlsmiJI lon-L. W. Sowell. Driggers

T Johnnie Hurst and brother attend. the guest of his parents this week. county seat Monday were Me...... G. NAPIER GRASS ,
Mrs. Martha ParrUh is A. A. and E. M. H. P. and I LAKE BUTLER FLA.
,', ed the picnic at Olutitee Tuesday spending a W., Hazen. j John F, Robinson retired circus ,
of few with relatives In this L. R. S. V. Andreu G. B. Col. i (Pennlsetum Purpurum)
' Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie O. Dobbs, days sec Galney, owner, died at his winter home at I Agent

'i; Manning, were week-end guests of tion.A. son, L. W. Sowell Fred Hazen, Lewis ,, Miami this evening of chronic bronchitis. ', Extract from I i
41 Fi f\ ,f' her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. II. number of Pine Hill folks enjoyed Shriver, A. B. Surrency. He was 77' years of age. I Bulletin. Agricultural Station VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKSFor
I Hurst. a fish fry at the Scout Hole Satur Messrs. Dave Green, Evan Hodge I
I all kinds of
of Guilford was they and Tom :M>rkey, of Pine Hill, attended Tombstones and MOSTnmenU. -
Nelson Croft, ,
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1 day.Messrs. plies Cured.. 6 to 14 Days DISTRIBUTION AND HISTORY
guest of.Johnnie Hurst Saturday af : Bob and Jim Parrish, of B. Y. P. U here Sunday night. > ,. If PAlO OINTMENT fultalocum postal card addressed t. SM

ternoon. Dukes were callers In this section Dr. Tribble, of LaCrosse, was in u3hUBUkt.. SIcedlalurPrutniduMI, File* :I ---- I at Lake. Butler, Fla., will bring* I*
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It'"tflntl"el' |f ti'n Pile' and yen c-.n t
,.,l Clarence and Lester Dobbs were I Sunday town Friday. reran eve.>HUM k& tart' mwimtaMii" Yd.IIeM.'wa ...... Napier grass is a native of tropical I Iik your door witl information and prices.


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._ ._._FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1921. BRADFORD. COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK FLORIDA. PAGE. F1VH_ '"t J

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-- Duncan, Thomas Umbaugh, Herschell. There was a fish fry at the 'hock {testimonial: of our love be sent'Sistxr IS eggs. Delivered by parcel post .

Crosby. Hole on New River last Thursday. 1/ Epperson anil a copy aunt the county ., J. S. ,McCormick. Raiford. Fla. I
i W. I. Roberts was a business visitor / papers for publication. 8+12t-5.20'

Bits of LocalInformation RECITAL GIVEN FRIDAY EVENING to Jacksonville the first of tho MRS A. C. STRICKLAND, -

week. I 'MRS. J. E. MAINES FOR SALE-Or trade standard makecar

MRS II. F. PRIESTKR. as good as new. Will sell cheap

1 : The recital given last *Yiday evening NARROW. ESCAPE |I Comtnitteo.I for cash, or trade for city, town or ' '

,' : at the high school auditorium by country property. G. M. Inman, .

--.- 0.. Tmtflm. BM* M. mm* 'the advanced upils of Mr*. A. E. Mrs. W. K. Bennett, who lives at Starke. 6-C-4t 'In'

p'w_ M ... C.mv mmi T.. .. I Wall's music class was a success from Oak Knoll, Manatee county, went to aturkey' I Who Cares
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I start to finish. Each number on the nest back of a field the other Queen J:KtlrntiiMh It la anti' pnnxrimedas LOST-Black mare mule, about 8 yrs. i'

.....-._ .J ptogram was skillfully executed and day. The nest was among some bush- j immy on S HO gowns nt one time. old and weighing about 800 pounds
reflected credit on Mrs. Wall as a es, and the turkey hen seemed uneasy, All were iniuKi of the richest stuns, Reward for return or information _
Betty McLane is visiting relativesin their marriage. The this I'I 'I trlnuinnl with h,.. .
I guests on teacher of exceptional ability Mrs. las if a snake was nearby. Mrs. Ben- viubrulUiry Dud linn of whereabouts. S. T. Dowling,

Daytona.C. delightful occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Powell' reading: was charming: and jnett quickly stepped out In the open,1{ Jewel Ralfoid, Fla. 48tf. f.t-j,

of A. W. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. George the orchestra numbers directed by and not a moment to aoon, for just I I 0/.(.
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R. Ensey, Jacksonville, spent A. Anderson.
Saturday here attending to business Mr. Law were enthusiastically recelv- then a rattler began to sing close to I" Way Soys Leave the: ttw'm. FARM FOR SALE-Forty-one acres j: .'r,
; ;' ,led: the nest. Mrs. Bennett called her i The St. Louts GIoiK'Dciuorrnthol ; It-hi of good land, twenty acre under '..' i;

G. M. Inman spent Tuesday In I Ramon Sanchez, Mrs. G. C. Schultz I. Following reproduced the program son, Cecil, who came there with a :I: a ,,' .. lot in II few lines when II I cultivation; good fences, good dwelling 1. .%

Jacksonville transacting business. and Miss May Belle Fountain of Jack as rendered: gun and dispatched the rattler. It says t "Host reason ue have beard yet house and outhouse. on land; a'II

sonville, spent Sunday at the home of was nearly six feet long. why boys have the farm Uauilo's lo'lilUl: I i twenty-one acres of well timbered };
Mr. and Mrs. G. Part I cult to be pa's I'
W. crows
Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville, Lewis, north of cow. land; several acres of river bottom

is visiting her sister, Mrs. O. J. Grif.f Starke. OrchestraOverture MAY POLE PARTY I I land under cultivation and several ,
"Consecration" Bela e 1 acres with good timber on It. Located
fin. Mrs. J. C. Digga and daughter Louisa Mona Alderman, Ina Alderman, Gns- I three-quarters of a mile south ;'
( lie Mae Bennett, violins; Doris The May pole party given by the'' fENT-A-WORn ,
Miss Josie Hoffman spent Sundayin left Thursday evening for Pick. Law, bass violin; B. D. Law, civic department of the Woman's Club ; I west of Sampson City, Fla. Good ;' .d*

Jacksonville with her father, Lee I ens, S. C., where they went to join Cornet. Monday afternoon, was a very pretty water, good range and good locality ' Mi '

Hoffman. I Rev. J. C. Diggs: who has charge of Piano Duet affair./ So many beautiful little girls COLUMN i Mail me your bid. As this place-

the Methodist church at that place. March Tannhauser Wagner dressed in organdie frocks and wear will go at a bargain, it will pay you 4

Miss Virginia Weeks, of Brooker, I The many friends here of this good Mona Alderman, Ethel Griffin ing wreaths of flowers on their heads,f to bid on it. Bids will be up June "

spent the week-end with Miss Har. family regret exceedingly to give I and boy. wearing red Bashes, made a I, 1921. B. S. Jones, 420 Palm ave.. f
riett Ritch. them up.Monday. Piano Solo lovely sight as they skipped around FOR SALE-Two: good horses, best :i Sarasota, Fla. 4213fit'CRATES
Mountain Spring Bohm
:
stock. Apply Sam Rosenberg ,
the pole. -- -- I

Chickens and eggs wanted. J. F. evening of last week Mrs Grande March Do Concert Mrs. Roscoe McLane and Mrs. O. Starke. 3-11-tf. |II I "

Elckliter. 2-18-tf. A. W. Anderson gave a dinner partyIn Mrs. O. G. Wollenhaupt L. Ilaynes, assisted by a number of FOR SALE-Worm drive Ford truck, .,.
Cooper
-dLittle -- --- honor of her husband's birthday.The club workers, arranged the children pneumatic tires. $250 cash. G. M. j I
Miss Catherine McDonald, of hostess served an elegant Piano Duet and forSeet
course attended to the various details. Sistrunk, Starke. It* ,
Jacksonville, is visiting: her aunt, Mrs. dinner and the evening will be remembered Sunflower Dance MacClymontIsabel I Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. W E. 1 "

J. F. Canova. as one of the happy events Fernandez, Florence Andrew Davis sold ice cream in cones for the FOR SALE-Ford touring car In''' Corn

of their lives. The party included Piano Solo benefit of the new rjub hou e. The good order. Cash or terms. Quigley 0)") f
Senator D. E. Knight spent several Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Mr. and Clover Blossom Engelman crowd enjoyed the victrola music, pre Overland Company. 5-0-tf "

days In Starke last week and this, returning Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Florence Andrew sided over by Miss Margaret Dekle. We have them in stock 20cts. :

to ,Tallahassee Tuesday af Anderson, Miss Grace Shelldrake and Valse Op. 42 Chopin C.. F.Hoover took a picture of the FOR SALE-One brand new U. S. L. each, $20.00 per 100. ..u".A 'J I't

ternoon. I A. W. Anderson, Jr. Ethel Griffin happy scene. storage battery, Ford size, at a bar. ''If 'p
I gain. See me at once. A. It. Moore These crate are made on anew "" 1.

Piano Duet. _ _.__.______. :
Mrs. F. A. Scott left Tuesday for H plan and are stronger and \i
Mr. and Mrs. II. Y. Brown had as Capricante Paul Wacho I WEEST COUNTY SURVEYOR s ,
Osteen where she will visit her son their guests for the week-end, W. A. Iris Epperson, Elizabeth Brownlee WANTED-Hauling of all kinds. I better ventilated than the com- ,;

and daughter, W. A. and Miss Doris Brown and little daughter, Willie have the truck to do your work sat I kind. 1
Piano Solo No county surveyor having been j mon :: :
Scott. Mae, of Willeford, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Etude 'Wollenhaupt elected at the last election, II. B. isfactorily. Prices very reasonable.J. .

Wynn, of Arredondo, Messrs. II. L.and Iris Eppenon I Weest, of Hampton, applied for appointment C. McClendon, depot. It I Cooper & Snellgrove : .

R. B, Barbour, of Jacksonville, returned A. H. Edwards, of Fairbanks, and I to that office and has received

home last week, after a visitat Mr. Holly, of Gainesville. VocalSelectedMrs.. J. E. Futch appointment by Governor liar- LOST-One dark brown S year ear'1 old 'STARKE, Near Depot I jt'
steer, marked undorblt In one :
the. home of his mother-in-law
I
dee. Mr. Wecst is well known
as i
and ulldl'r lope in the other. If.
Mrs. Sternburg March Militaire Shubert n'l(
Angle
A handsome picture of Sergt EurleW. Mona Alderman surveyor throughout the county. Hall Hampton. /5-6-21. I
Douglass was placed on the wall
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns, of Tallahassee of the high school auditorium this Part II FARMERS ATTENTION 4 .

spent a few days this week I week. The picture is the fine work'of FOR SALE-200 feet lake front at'|I Tracy'sPharmacy !M.

at the home of her parents, Mr. and Hoover Brothers, and was presentedby Piano Duet There will be a representative' Klngsley lake, lying between Darj j!
and Davis. For Information
by' >
Quartet from Rigolette '
Mrs. T. J. Griffin. I Mrs. George Douglass, of Arch .the Florida Citrus Exchange at the
Arr. from Verdi 'write Mrs E. Carpenter, 1402 Morgan '
Creek. Sergt Douglass was at one Mona Alderman, Ethel Griffin courthouse_Saturday, May 14th, at 2 street, Tampa, Fla. 4-29-tf! j I "-
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Terrell and children -, time a student of the B. H. S. He p. m., with a proposition to Interest " I
of Jasper, were the guests last Piano Solo farmer who has " --I!
died In service of his country at Camp every anything to FOR SALE comb white >
Single Leghorn
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week of the latter's parents, Mr. and Valse Caprice Engelman sell.
I Funston, Kansas, Oct 12, 1918. for from t
eggs setting, heavy
Mrs. H. Y. Brown. Isabel Fernandez
j GEO.
WEIMANN
j I I laying strain f 1.60 per setting of I Prescriptions Carefully
I| The Woman's Club will meet next Value Durand 2t.' Secretary Farmers Union.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston, of "
Florence AndrewsThe HEMSTITCHING AND I'ICOTING <
Wednesday afternoon 4 o'clock, at tho
Tampa, passed through Starke Thurs- j| I Coumpounded
BAPTIST
| residence of Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Loreley Seeling -
day enroute from Jacksonville to Straight work, 10 cents per yard; I
who with Mrs. J. II. Ritch, are hos- Mona Alderman
their home. I>I tosses for the afternoon. There will 10 a. in., Sunday school. made up garments, ISc per yard. Alii I -
1 Hustle of Spring Sinding: 11 orders! given prompt attention. Mrs.
a. m., Morning sermon, probably
i be annual election of officers and
V. J. Valentine, of Providence, has I an To Spring Grieg by Pastor F. C. Edwards.Mother's L. E. Miner, SUrke, Fla. 4.29-2t'l! j
annual from officers and the
been in Starke during the week, visiting committee reports chairrnen. Elizabeth Brownlee Day to be celebrated at "We Picked Up Seven Large Dead Toilet Article, Patent Medicines ,
relatives and taking in the court Valse Caprice NewlandIris this I '
service. Mesdames J, M. Brown- Rats first Mordnlng Using Rat Sn p" and DrugSundries
proceedings.Mrs. Epperson lee, J. T. Quigley and Mis Aldermanin '
Patterns-All sorts, at a price of So writes Mr. B. E. Carpenter Wood- 1
Vocal-Selected charge of the embellishments N. J. "Wt lout 18 small chicks
bridge
only one dime. Don't think because ,
G. C. Sweat returned Sunday Mrs. J. E. Futch, Mr. B. D. Law All night services dismissed for the Rat
killed rats. Bought
these are offered so much cheaper one night, by ;
from Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville,
baccalaureate service at the Bradford
than other makes that they are out of Piano Solo Snap and picked up 7 large dead rat t
where for the
she was a patient past High School auditorium.The Mail Orders Especially
style. This Is just an introductoryprice Polka de In lUJne Rag next morning and In 2 weeks didn'tsee
three weeks. Mrs. Sweat's friendsare Mona Alderman women of the church met their
single rat RAT SNAP Is good SolicitedLAWTEY )lei' '
of a pattern house lately estab a .
glad to know she is doing well and .... apportionment on the $75,000,000.I -
J and sure." Comes In cakes, ready for ,\ "
lished. Have a look and save from 25
will be restored to health .
soon fully PRESBYTERIAN No the didn't.Wednesday .
I ; men
to 40 cents. All kinds for all ages. J. use.3 sizes, 35c, 0!>c, $1.25. Sold and FLA. ': '
night services begin[ at D. C. Jones, Starke. :
guaranteed by ,
W. Morgan. (582t.
Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. W. E. Mid-
F. W. Robertson, the great English 7:45, please. J,
dleton and Mrs. L. G. Powell motored preacher, said: "G..lng to church and BLANCHARD D. LAW, ,III\ \.
Professor of mathematics B. II. S.
I I I ,
to Gainesville Friday to attend an annual keeping the Sabbath may not be religion Pastor 'J
-Here's a problem: Suppose twelve .
Woman's Missionary
meeting of the
yet religion never thrives with.
1
want office and there
politicians are INSURANCE
Society of the Methodist ,, out them." i REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS GENERAL '1
positions for six only; by what mathematical I
church. | Have you formed the habit T I .
process can places be..../ given If not, suppose you 1 begin next Sun I G. M. Inman, representing the HAROLD C. WALL .J
student Coun-
to all twelve Bright
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Green's Dairy announces a reduc-!1 : Strout Farm Agency, has sold within
tion of 2 cents quart in the price i ty division, sir! day.Sabbath the ,j
per I j'I school at 10 a. m. I past ten day. the following pieces STARKE FLORIDA
of sweet milk. The price until fur I of
property:
ther notice will be 16 cents per quart !j j I.'I' Col. J. C. Poppell, of Plant City, bath Sermon Observance.at 11 a." m. Subject, "Sab I I The Frank Chase place, just outside FiRE, LIFE, BONDS AUTO.MOBILE '

1* !visiting the northwestern of I"
1' No evening service on account of I i corner I
baccalaureate sermon at the school Starke, to Mr. and Mrs Blowers, of I
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A, Dubose left tances. Ills many friends 'were very Pomona, Fla. .

yesterday for Plant City. Mr. Du- glad to greet him and hear that he is auditorium.Come. Wewantu. Dr. J. P. Tomlinson's pecan grove, -

bose haa a farm there and also a store prospering in South Florida's great DAVID LANDER. a short distance southeast of Starke,

and he will engage in truck farming J I trucking center. .. to Mr. Wagner, of South Cornersvillo III J

aad store keeping. Their many PD. '
RAIFORD
Harvard has been MerchantsThe
I I Conductor W. B. Our
friends here wish them good luck in transferred to another run on the'S.A. ,- Mrs. SVM. Wells,residence property

their new home. I I I L., and Conductor O. L. Beasley Raiford May 6.-N. T. Ritch and in the southwestern corner of of ''{
and development community -
:
Stark, to Mrs. Virginia Torruella growth any
!
I will hereafter be conductor on the O. J. Griffin, of .Starke, were attend. ,
J. J. Blackwelder, of Lulu, has been |' late of Porto Rico.M. the It: i
Wannee branch train. Mr. Beasley is ing to business here Friday after. depend to a large extent upon .
Black-,
in Starke the week. Mr.
during M. Martin of Corona the
Ky.
for'1 a former citizen of Starke and has noon. character and progressivness of its merchants
welder left about alto I
a year Mack Johns In the x
place western ,
friends here who will be, glad C. A. Browning was a visitor to partof
and'i many i '
Orlando
to
went
then
Montverde that old to know he is again to have his itsIidence Jacksonville during the week.A. town. A city chooses its merchants, for only those
decided
kept market. lie
a W. H. Whitaker of Corona
D. Andrews, w M. Andrews andH. Ky., \
Bradford was good enough for him I here. F. Dowling were visitors to Lake the Simmons farm east of town.. whom the people patronize can afford to re-

.and Is now back on his old farm. 'I An informal reception was held last Butler Thursday night. The purchasers of these propertiesare main in business. The man" who does not M

the home of Earl Whitten and W. I. Roberts, A. all welcomed as citizens of Starke I
afternnon at be found
Thursday will later out
Mrs. A. W Anderson and little son, "play fair" sooner or ,
P. E. Canova in honor of Hon. A. S. A. Andrews were visitors to the county -
A. W. Jr., and Miss Grace Shelldrake : AUTHORITIES ON LYING forced The honest merchant
left for Lakeland, 'Crews who had just been appointed seat Saturday. and to quit. I
Sunday afternoon for the eighth judicial Inca Lee Canon, of Jacksonville, and sticks it is
state attorney who knows his business to
where they spent the week with Mrs. iAnderson's Anita-A fib Is the same as a story,
wax the week-end guest of her '
Hardee. The par
circuit by Governor reception -
Rowand. Before and a is the a'a lie.
Mrs. story same
aunt, bound to succeed.
was largely attended by ents, Mr. and Mrs D. C. Cason.
Shelldrakewill Nellie No it's notAnita
returning home Miss ,
and the felicitations S. II. Moore, Mrs. Dona Browning,
Miss Doris prominent citizens Yes it is because This community is fortunate in having its
go to Osteen to visit and Mrs. Fannie Bryan and Geo. Anderson my father

Scott Mr.were Crews most happy being warmly appropriate con were visitors to Starke Monday. said the so, and my father Is a professorat mercantile business: in the* hands of good : r" t/

gratulated on receiving the honor and Wilma Andrew. returned Ito her university, No finer body of business men can be
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Russell and ;N'elllr'.don't care if he Is. My men. I
commended home in Jacksonville Sunday after
daughter Gladys, left Monday for Governor the Hardee wisdom cordially of his selection. noon, after a delightful visit here father Is an editor and ho knows more found anywhere in the world than those :

their new home in Ocala where Mr. for with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.A. about lying than your father. with whom our people have the privilege of i
Russell in the Blighty.
will
engage manufac'l Rev. B. D. Law and a party of D. Andrews. '
ture of cigars. Their friends motored to the State Prison W. M. Whitten and sons, W. C. and -OIt1AM dealing daily.BANK. f
the brick
regret to se them leave for
Farm Sunday afternoon and gave the Earl, are visiting in Georgia.

city. i musical treat. A numberof Willie Dowling and John Ifollings.I .: .
prisoners a We, the members of Lake Butler
orchestra number I r worth were visitors .to Jacksonville j OF STARKE '
Mr. .and Mrs. E. M. Davis! gave a solos, duets, I Chapter No. 40, Order of the Eastern
chorus were rendered, Sunday.Mr. Star extend heartfelt '
,
and a male our deepest i
dinner .party the 19th of Aprilit
on of much to the pleasure of the large au and Mrs. Tom Chastain bf Lake sympathy to Sister Lorena Eppersonin !}
anlversary STARKE FLORIDA
being the. second dience. Mr. Law also made an interesting Butler were vistiors here Friday.Mr. the death of her sister, Mrs. D. M. I ,

? 1 talk. /Those composing the and Mrs. Reid, of Tampa, were Gornto.
How's This
Mrs. Gornto was a devout Christianever Under State Supervision
will Mr. and Mrs B. D. Law, week-end visitors here. I
HALL'B CATARRH WEDICINB party were: welt in the of i ..
,do what wa claim lor l\-cura Catarrh or Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Cooper, Mr. and Quite a crowd went out to bowling] striving to steps '
We do not her Saviour. "To know her was to
Daaliutaa Catarrh.
"' caused, by .. <".">." Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Will Epperson, lake Saturday afternoon to go in' love her." S. Matthews, Pres. t5At'cur.CATAIUUI I. a
liquid, taken. Internally. MEDICINE and actii throughthe Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott, Mr. and Mrs bathing. We commend the grief stricken LEo J] I

blood upon the mucous surfaceS oft X.: T. Quigley, L. G. Powell, Misses The fish fry at Sampson lake Sat. family to Him who dovth all things !- .

.. system and restoring thus redurlnr normal the conditions.Inflammation Mona Alderman, Doris Law, Thelma urday wa. a success. All report they well, for comfort and consolation. ,. .:V;

An. DrniritUta. Ctrculnra free Snellgrove, Mrs. A. E. Wall, William had plenty of fish and a good time. We recommend that a copy of this
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lW I, Bradford County Farmers J



' r-;t SWEET POTATO RAISING IN tire amount added so that the water Ing. It is evident that a sick cow usually
FLORIDA ing should be very carefully done. The lacks appetite. If she eats noth- The ale of a owi ..

I /; I i water should not be poured on the ing, she can have no cud to chew Lackof
touch the foliage appetite is caused often by digestive
article the sweet plant and must not
on
S The following
'
I I under conditions, but should be disorders, the result of eating!
:
J potato crop written by C. K. McQuar- any & xnooral
f I rie, state agent, Gainesville, Florida, poured on the soil just at the edge of mouldy food, drinking stagnant wa- a. :
is full of interesting facts for the farmers I' the hole, so that the moist soil rum ter, eta ..
and if is publinhed for their benefit I If ''down to the root of the already set Since there is something wrong
f plant which firms it in its place and I II with a cow if she fail to eat, it is

Ii.1" : The Sweet I'otato Crop I i I will give an early start in growing. sways advisable to call a graduate THERE'S. AN. old gag. aMY CUE. to. slip. him.
It/; for setting veterinarian, in case of a valuablecow. .
: Every Florida farmer realizes the I When the time come. THEY USED to pull. A REAL cigarette.AND
.
However if this cannot be done, '
J value of the sweat potato crop and out the vines, which is generally about . AFTER he'd taken.
t generally speaking grows enough of I the middle of May or early June they the owner will make no mistake by SO OLD.that nowaday . .
hi. household needs should be cut In about 15 Inch lengths giving a pound of ep.om salts in a A GOOD pull of two
i t y- It to supply own drench. lIe should ill PEOPLE THINK it's new. . .
of of water as a
them quart
carefully, laying on top
.
livestock very
and also keep some for his '
.1 the bed butta all Then by see that the cow gets good, wholesomefeed q 4 INTO HIS conetituUon.
:. especially hogs. The crop as a whole one way. ? ABOUT THE man who had. .
stick and insertingthe such as bran, cornmeal or Jffl said.
!i does not get\ the attention it should using a forked HE GRINNED and
oats. Encourage the eatingof TO SHOOT his dog. . .
butt end of the plant at least six ground
in the of soil and selection
fret preparation .
!
, these.
l' .JJ' much 'green feed as possible, "THE ONLY way
Inches in the soil one can expect: a as .
I : of best type of seed and fertilization AND A friend aak. .
W of same, and also best methods good stand and a large yield later on. and Bee that the water Is pure and " t WILL EVER make you mad.
r i of planting, harvesting and stor A pernicious habit prevails among. a fresh. "WAS THE dog road ..
. IS THE way: .
"" ing. The best soil for sweet potatoesis good many aweet potato growers In "
AND THE first
warm, sandy loam that Is well laying the vine any way on top of COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS . guy YOUR FRIENDS eat 'em up.
the bed and using a forked stick, inserting .
, } drained and with sufficient drainageto SAYS, "WELL, he wasn't.
Brevard-A demonstration for bee I ONLY hope you've got
this cutting by the middle and ; "
It BO that no water stands on the . "
ti leaving both ends sticking up. By club members was held April 23 at SO DANG well pleased."
V surface during a rainy spell or after . A COUPLE of packs.FOR .
this method a stand Is obtained. the home of one of the boys. Frames "
poor
1'. : a heavy IIhowl'r.r. AND A cbap told me. TH"EY"
I' Varieties Probably two of the joints will begin and hives were assembled, frames . sure

. l' )I iy ; The main factor against the success to grow with the result that a largo wired and filled with foundation, honey THAT THIS I described. DO 6ATI8N:"
taken from one colony and two '
obtained .
number of small potatoes arc
of marketing the sweet potatoes ont
41. Tin of BO
weak united.SuwanneeFarmers. Alr-Ttght SOME SMOKES he'd trieddakyourdealertoahov
ft; the central and northern markets is thus giving a low yield. ones II '

: the mixed type of potatoes that are Another habit among our farmers of this countyare you the new vecuumTHEY DIDN'f exactly.
ChestorfieMs.
4', sent in. This I. evidenced at our is that of borrowing vines from Tam, eahdnn.ofSOChester. \TOU'LLenjoy
with mild
Bending delegates to meet There's something in their
MAKE HIM mad.
.'.,', -county faIr. where we Bee potatoes Dick and Harry at planting time. This the Interstate commerce commission Held, A end compact, convenient smoothness that goes right to the
I and the mixture tends to mix the varieties. absolutelyAIRTIGHT tobaccos Turkish and
'" under different names of freight BUT HE wasn't. ppot. Choice ,
reduction pecking-
for
to a
Ii of varieties and we must coma Fertilizing\: the CropIt argue the cigarettes keep fresh . Domestic blend that literally can'tbe
watermelons.
1C' to the point if this crop is to be developed la generally conceded that stable rates on indefinitely. SO VERY well. pleased. wrapper copied fortheirextra-a special moisture-proof protection-on

u'' to its fullest\] that only ono orgP' manure in one of the best fertilizersto Orange-Purple scale is showing up OF COURS'E that was. every count, Chesterfields "eatlsfy."
two varieties, and those true to name, use but it should be supplemented seriously in some localities, but its S a a
r.hould b* UKed. We suggest the Tri by commercial fertilizer to a certain control is assured. Summer fertiliz

? umph for an early crop. This is some extent, as too heavy an application of ing is being arranged for. Reductionin .
; what of a dry .>otato but Is very prolific stable manure will tend to give a rank price of fertilizers has been of

and !grows off quickly. Draws vine, a coarser product and more ol great benefit to citrus men.
net out in early April will have potatoes roots. In preparing the beds we suggest distfie1dC

{ r,>: ready for the market by tho that furrows be opened 4 feel Alachua-Have made a survey of

jr, middle of July or very early ip Aug apart, stable manure applied at the the watermelon crop of this county

ust.For rote of about B tons per acre, then and found no anthracnose.
i the main crop we suggest the bedding on the stable manure one I 1 i E TT ]E
I'orto Rico yam. This is a favorite furrow from each side, leaving a half Holmes-Range pastures are In fine ,I
on every market of the South. It isM size bed, then apply commercial fertilizer condition. Livestock are gaining in LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co.
a slower grower than the Triumph on this half made bed at the flesh rapidly. This county is pros

but is more prolific and the potatoes rate of from 400 to 600 founds, per pering. I' -_--"M -- p
produced are generally of a more uniform acre of a fertilizer analyzing about -
x size. The planting of the main 0 per cent acid and 3 PIT cent potash, Hillsborough are shipping encumbers I
crop should be made of this variety using no nitrogen fertilizer in this. corn, beans, Irish potatoes, their fields, claiming that plants always be mixed with muck or other decayingvegetable ness" can be overcome by means of

r r' and should bo done not later than Complete the bed bycovertng up the peppers, squash, tomatoes, celery another grow more luxuriantly near matter into a compost, lime, applied lightly and well workedin.
., ...y June 30th. commercial fertilizer. vegetables.PutnamRect'oMta. stumps than anywhere else, giving which should be kept out of the sun Lime also constitutes a ferti-
I&;. Preparation of Land for the Crop Where stable manure is not aval as a reason the richer aoil there on and rain and worked over at time! lizer. II. E. L.TELEGRAPU'S .
,{ In preparing the land for 'setting- able we suggest applying' half the ;; ;; killed fifty i account of the decayed wood. Thoughthis so as to thoroughly mix the ingredients. ROLL

;Y(; out either the draws or the vines it I la amount of commercial fertilizer, say per cent of the watermelon crop i In'' is partially true, the chief reason HONOR
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desirable to make Iud about 4 feet COO pounds per acre in furrow opened the western part of the county. is that the roots of the plants follow Each little particle of decaying veg.
from center to center. These ted as already suggested, bedding half the veins of mellow aoil formad .by de. ctable matter acts like a sponge I in Names of Those Who Paid Subscription -
should not be too high but nicely bed on this furrow and apply the other Citrus-This week I called on acorn cayed tree roots, down to constant absorbing and holding the fertilizing During April
rounded out on tho top no that thee half commercial fertilizer (analyzing club boys and found them doing moisture. But If the stumps. wero juices. This may be hard to under -
? 'soil In those bed will warm up and 3 per cent nitrogen, <6 per cent exceptionally !good work and their I removed the same veins would still stand, but where our vision ends, nature W. M. Bloodsworth, W. J. Epperson -
I stay warm, as the sweet potato is a phosphoric acid and 4 or 5 per cent crops in good condition. i exist is still at work, and no space 1 Is I Mrs. L. A. Davis, J. O. McCormick -'

; \ child of the South, of sunshine and of potash) on top of this bed as already i' Sand hill soil contains very little so infinetissirnally small that she can I J. R. Hall, J. 'T. Jones, Curt!'.
,ip(: warm soil. No more beds should he indicated and finishing it off The Os'eola-\Ve are about to organize humus in proportion to the sand, but not establish a work shop there. If ', I Melvin, John Langford, Virgil
j,. made at time of planting than there I use of commercial fertilizer\ general! a boys'. sweet potato club. this is made up for in the great depthof piece of muck, the size of a pinheadis Brown, J. C. Manning\ C. N. Shaw
;., are drawa or vines sufficient to fill rives! a smoother and more uniform the stratum In which the humus: placed] under a microscope that F. II. Long, B. F. Russell, R. L. Mott,
them up, as beds that have been'mad I product than stable manure, but 'ati Dade-Dry weatjier is threateningthe exists. During thousands of years! magnifies it thousands of times, its I Richard Albert, J. L. Lewis, J. B.
9 ; a few weeks previous to planting and ble manure adds to the quantity and fruit crop of this county. such soil has been burrowed into by structural resemblance to a sponge Moseley, John Browning, W. D. Carl-

C!!" t rain on them causing a crust, will not the quality is not impaired In anyway IIUMUS gophers, salamanders, moles and insects will become very marked.To ton, Miss Estelle Lanier, Italian:
give the good stand that freshly made by its use.. ; it has been thoroughly mixed improve our worn soils, humu Johnson, B. W. Does, G. W. Sapp, G.

.011'wl1l' give. Old beds, therefore, Cultivation of Crop (For the Telegraph) and turned over, and leaves, twigs, is the most natural and the cheapest M. Joyner, O. J. Phillips, J. F. Williams
that have been made for some time, On new land very little cultivation All writers on Florida agriculture and grass have been covered up by the means. If finely powdered charcoal, J. L. Stephens, T. N. 'Lim-
should\ be remade when ready to plant la required for this crop, but the soil emphasize the great value of humus soil thrown out of the burrows, thus I or soot, was more accessible than decayed baugh, II. S. Long, J. II. Lowery, C.

I i.'. Time to PlantIf should be stirred occasionally oven for the soil. All talk very glibly; creating a very deep surface soil, vegetable matter, It would do( T. Bcasley, W. M. Thomas, A. G. Dyal .
the seed bed has teen. properly! weher new land is used. This. cultivation about humus, yet is is a substance that needs only plenty of moisture to as well, an the filling of the voids between W. E. Green, W. J. Tomlmson, B. S.
prepared, ,a considerable amount of should be very slight; a sweep that I. really little understood. produce good results. the sand grains is the chief! Jones, Sam Norman, A. B. Alvarez,
very
Q draws should be ready to set out not run along/ the side of the bed and In Humus means vegetable substances Soil sufficiently filled with humus benefit. But humus contains also a E. S. Bailey, J. W. Byrd, Mrs. H. N.

1' later than the middle of April. These the middles, then a turn plow used that have rotted to more or leas ex will attract. moisture from the air, .small. portion of fertilizing elements, Stanton, C. L. Hill Sard, Miss Maud
draws set: out at this time will provide to turn back the vary. to bar off the tent. It Is nearly black in color and and to a great extent preserve the and it absorbs ammonia, the most Futch, Lee Brannen, Jesse L. Dowling
sufficient vine. by the middle. of bed by turn plow and throw the loll when wet has an oily feel betweenthe moisture already existing. We are costly of the fertilizing elements from Fred Rhoden, Susie Dell, W. B. Bryan,
Mayor early June to use for the main back after this operation Is done. After finger. When found on dry land sometimes surprised to see, after a the air. While humus, when exposedto G. E. Dyal, R. S. GriNs, S. Sterricks, s

p planting. The largest yield Is gen. the vines begin running it Is not it contains some potash, phosphoric heavy rain following a period of the air, is soon destroyed, it takes J. B. Rowe, Mrs. M. E. Edwards, T.
4 erally derived from vines. The prln desirable to cultivate unless compelled !, acid, lime and magnesia-that I., the drouth the muck soil in a swamp be- a long time to form when nature's N. Kendrick, Henry Blum, T. M..Williams
n,' clpal reason for this, we believe, be- to do HO by evidence of grass and same ingredients as would be foundIn ing still dry, while water stands In own processes only are used. Place a Cecil Bennett H. F. Woodard,
Ing that when the time comes for the weeds. When it Is ii necessary a rake the ashes of the wood, leaves or pools on the higher land around. ThatIs big i> pile of leaves on the ground and J. E. Bohannan, M. M. Brinson, A. K.
planting of vines the soil is considers should be used to turrf back the vine grass that have been converted Into because muck (humus) can hoM leave It there for a few years, and Thomas, H. G. Crawford, S. W. Frown

bly warmer and quicker growing on the center of the bed, then bar I It humus, had it burned up instead of almost its own volume of water, and only a few handfuls of humus will Major Bell, C. L. Gillyard, Geo. Wei-
takes place, whereas when the drawl, off and plow back the soil again. On being allowed to rot, for decay Is really the water will not stand on the top remain. A layer of muck In a pond, mann, Mrs. R. L. Dowell, N. G. Hayes.
are planted the soil is colder and the rich soil this may have to be don< a slow burning. When found in before the muck Boil becomes sur six inches deep, may have required a I

.growing Is somewhat delayed. several times, but it pay to do so every ponds or swamps, humus, or muck, charged. Then humus, being! a poor thousand] years to form, and it would CROSBY LAKE .
d Method of Planting ,. time. has had all its mineral elements conductor of heat, tends to keep the never have reached that depth If the I
The methods generally used in setting leached out and is valuable only for surface from being overheated during water with which it was covered had Crosby Lane, May .-M. II. Benton
out the plants of this crop do not DO I CATTLE EVER "LOSE" THEIR the mechanical benefits to the soil,, the day and from cooling too much not kept the air away. and son, Harry, of Daytona, were here
"
+ tend to produce a large yield. Too "CUD when applied as a top dressing. during the night thus keeping the The vegetable matter In the soil! last week on account of the illness of

' much carelessness and slip-shod methods Florida flatwooda Boll, when newly sap channels of the plant roots from can be preserved to Borne extent by Mr. Benton's mother. They came thru
are to be found In the sweet potato Many onwers of cattle are of the broken, contaIn. so much decaying< unduly contracting during the nl field which accounts for the low opinion that a cow may lose its "cud" vegetable matter till it assumes a and the sap from thickening and clogging so that water during heavy B. Bryant and brother, Berry of '
yield sometimes obtained. In setting and that a prepared one must be givenIn dark hue. The humus Is present in on account of being overheated rains rune off before it has had timeto Plant City, were business visitors in
m out draws or vines a forked stick order to bring relief An attempt too large quantities for the good of from the. sun's rays. Humus, when ; reach much volume. But it will rot this section Saturday.
w should be used and the plants put will be made to point out how this cultivated plants, and they do not plentiful in the soil, also keeps it from and blow away and must be replenish..; George Andreu is very sick at this
down about every 15 Inches or so, belief is a mistaken one. thrive well before the "sourness" Is packing BO closely after heavy rains. ed It can be supplied by spreading writing.

firmly and solidly, and the hole filledIn A cow hits four stomachs. The first, out of the ground. Sourness is a good One of the benefits that humus con n-ick over the land, by letting a portion Four candidates were baptized Sunday -

with soil so that the soil will not commonly called the paunch, is by far name, for it means acids: chiefly carbonic len on plant life, when present in the I of the fields lie idle for a couple at Crosby lake into the Mission-
}: dry out. At a very dry time a little the largest of the four, It serves ala acid. This acid generates wher- toil in sufficient quantity, is {improperly Clf years BO that the soil can be filled ary Baptist church by Rev. T. 'J.

watering should be done at planting storehouse.It ever decay takes place, and ia a poi of preventing the dissolved min with the roots of weeds, and by planting Barnes
time: An old vessel with spout should will be noticed that a cow meetlates son to tender cultivated plants. eral fertilizing' elements from beta? cowpea Even if the vines are cut I
tj" o.. be used and about half pint or so'*of or chews the food but little in humus is generally defined as "de- washed away. Nitrate of soda and for hiy, the roots still form a th '(
water poured into the hole In such a eating or grazing. The food, there. dissolved net work in the
cayed vegetation." This is wrong.' potash[ for instance, are quickly ground and Wll Improve Nan rim a-
way that wet soil will run down on fore, reaches the paunch Imperfectly Of decayed vegetation there I. noth- during rains and will sink out > the soil. All vegetation. th' t few men an reformed, ty maeri.N
the plant, and immediately thereafter masticated. ing left. Humus means vegetationIn of reach of the roots or wash away if ots quickly should be nlowed under .Uhntigh runny are rt'lflll.ted.-UII..
..' \" dry soil should be flipped on top After grating for three or four' the process of decaying. After there is not sufficient of vegetable rather than be burned of\'. But to r-re- arc '10..",,,
"t of this moist soil. If this moist soil hours, or after t.'atlnaa11 her rough. flatwoods land has been under cultiva- matter to absorb and hold the solalions. vent to rapid decay It Is better not

I Is not covered immediately with dry age, the paunch is about filled with tion two or three years the propor- The same applies to the mineral to break up land a long fm h"fir i y dirt next morning's wind and sunshine poorly masticated food. Then the tion of.the humus to the mineral por- matter dissolved out of the soil Ie to be planted. Snrln" b "R"' '-'- fa Eggs Are Scarce

.I' will probably evaporate the en- ow goes to come quiet place, and can tion of the soil is just about right. Itself. In this respect humus acts better than fall breaking. A"lmal Rats may be getting them-U. S.
be seen regurgitating "belchingip After that It becomes smaller year like animal manure. These are not manures is the best means fir a-n- government: bulletins prove they know

I., ," this Imperfectly chewed! food. after year and finally, through decay rich In fertilizing matter, for the lying humus, and nothing that rnuv how to get them. Break a cake of
\ She thoroughly chews this material and being blown away by the winds, stomachs of the animals have, already be turned into fertilizers around the RAT SNAP into small pieces and
DocUon') Liver Tone After mastication, or chewing, the the: humus portion becomes too small extracted all but a very small portion places where stock are kept, around place> where rata travel. If there, RAT
'" food Is again swallowed, passing for our rather coarse-grained aoil. : of minerals in the feeds, yet what the barns and the yards, should be'asted SNAP will get them-positively. 8
nM J), Killing Calomel Sale through the first and second :into the There are soils, though not in FlorIda III left I. held by the vegetable matter but composted for the fields. sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed -
third stomach, where the juices are of such fineness that humus Is which amounts to more than 9per Turf from waste places, the top soil by D. C. Jones, Starke.No .
squeezed out. From here it passes to the the from sapling thickets and I
J unnecessary But in our soil we need cent of manure; plants muck, are
r Doug sicken or MillvaU yourself or the fourth for real digestion.So he: fine humus particles to close up ret it all and nothing is wasted. On good to mix with the solid manure inthe Worms la a Healthy Child
t paraljM your amnitlve liver by taking the "cud" Is merely the food I the voids between the grains of sand account of this property of vegetable compost.All AU CbU..D troubled with" V.ml bass sa aaheathycokt -
oklomel. which I. quicksilver Your which hastily eaten and later ."bkJa .dl.-IH pone blood and ua
was matter might manufacture animal new flatwoods land .
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dealer sell each bottle of pleasant, to make the Boil less open we tub, them .Y more or IBM stomach dletmbanm..
Iiarnxle "Dodaon's Liver Tone" underan The value of humus every farmer manures "synthetically," as a chem- aimed lowland contain too much hums ROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given tts4
ironclad -buuek" guarantee Colds Cause Urtp and InftaeczaAXATTVC I.t would\ Potash, cotton seed which by ths acids .irtr tat two or three weeks will mrknnpro the biaod,
mo e9 knows and recognizes. It la sometimes say. generated ...th.dlllft tlon.sad actu a....ISt......\t>-
that it gul.tps tile, liver stomach and :BROMO QUININE Tablets Mrnov the' over-estimated, for some farm. meal, nitrate of soda, bone meal, acid Is 1 deleterious to the growth of most cuing Toole to the"bole,"", III. Namo will tbfDth.
bowels better than calomel without mlc., ,area There M only ODD "Bromo Qulnlr .....eecr dlAPtII the
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THE DAVIS POULTRY FARMA I and Marvin Ogden spent Thursday at Mrs. S. B. Woodard. Quite a crowd spent Saturday at Worthington I p ing high school in Lake Butler for I I WilUhire Brooks, of Worthington

Sampson lake fishing 1! were present and the young folks enjoyed Tommy Chance)", of Trilby, returned I several months. motored tw Lake Butler Tuesday

cursory examination of the L. A i I Mrs Dora Brown, of South Florida, playing games, while soc.al; home Sunday after a visit in South 'I: The rooms were beautifully .dcco.1 I Petra Tomasella, of Johnston, and
Davit poultry farm Inthe western is visiting her brother Alfred McKinney carried the Florida. I
conversations were on by rated with cut flowers. Games Shepard Moore of
were Raiford, motoredto
of Starke, a few days
end
to the Telegraph reporter ago,that revealed 1 this week. I older folks. The guests were invited Rev. W. C. Armstrong! resigned his enjoyed and delightful music render town Sunday.J. .

great progress had been made since Truby and Lee Dyal were visitors Into the dining room, where supperwas pastorate of the Lake Butler Baptist ed. A contest, "How many grains, :': S. Howard, of Dukes, motored to
his last visit. There are now four to the county seat Friday on business served and at a late hour they church Sunday evening. have IT" was won by Clifford Roberta Lake Butler :Monday.

large buildings devoted exclusively to Schell Byrd, of Plant City, arrived departed, thanking their hostess for Russell Varnes, of Johnstown, was and Miss Russell Rivers. I I Mr. and Mrs. Kinney Townsend P'Mr
the poultry, and many amaller ones. Friday for a few weeks' visit with his the pleasant evening. Among: those a visitor to Lake Butler Saturday. Refreshments were served by the and Mrs. Bob Rivers ,

The farm was started not long ago parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Byrd. i invited were Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Com- Mesdames R. E. Dell and J. P. Pad.gttt Mary arid Francis Borum. The guests Orange Springs for two are weeks.visitingat
with 100 pullets. The Increase so far, The box social Friday night was mander, :Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Young- Messrs. Sidney Padgett and R. departed after voting Mrs. Borum a
not to mention the large quantities of well attended. blood, Mr. and Mrs. C. :J. Herrington; E Dell motored to Starku Tuesday. delightful hostess. Mrs. Matite Markee' has returned

ergs sold, amount to 400 laying hens, Maxine Willis, of Rodman, Is visit Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindel, Misses Mrs. W. M. Johnston and daughter Those Misses home from Gainesville where she has
present were Kate
1200 broilers, 1500 biddies and 209 ing at the home of bl'.n visiting frienda."
Mr. and Mrs. D. Florence Hall, Gertrude Swindel,
chicks just hatched. That the Willie Mac, spent Sunday at Hampton Epperson, Henrietta Padgett, Omle
small
J. Byrd. Ncalie Youngblood, Messrs. Ben John C. A. Savage is on the sick list this
white leghorn strain used is guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scarborough, Laurel'Armstrong, Julia i
pure Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Maines, of and, Bill Hall Calvin Sam week-
Trlest Hall. I
from Register Christine
may be gathered the fact that Townsend, Es- I
not a single chick has been hatchedon here Mounteocha, were business visitors Swindel Arthur Moorer. Willis Swin Col. Truman Futch, of Leesburg, telle Rosenberg, Mildred Roberts, I .

the farm that is not pure white. Friday. del. was greeting friends in Lake Butler Frankie and Olga Prlester, Ethel and l To Cure a Cold In One Hay
The scientific feeding and caring Roy Kalch, of Hampton, was a visitor Mrs. A. F. Commander and Miss Monday. Addie Mae Raulerson, Mary and I Take. LAXATIVE I1ROMO QI'ININE (Tablet It
for the fowls keep Manager Holzon- to our burg Friday. Ettelle Woodard were visitors to Francis .toiwthelouiih and lleadai..lie and work. iff ti..
Charles and Genevieve Rivers re Borum, Messrs. Elmer Ad- U>UI. r.W. CKUV f": .11I'''''''.uo eatb, !bun :SUo. I
and his assistant busy but the Truby and Lubedia Pinholster Inn
dorf Hampton Saturday. kins I i
Hal Maines, Shelton Loudholts,
splendid results obtained justify the Abernathy, Myrtle Morgan, 'Claude There will\ be preaching services at turned Sunday from a visit with their Walter
Raiford
trouble. and Ardell Crosby, of Brooker at- the Christian church grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Futch. Ladd Rosenberg, Joe NOTICE or KLfCTION: :
Saturday night George Alderman and Co!. D. E. Jones, Ervin Dekle, Romie Drkle, Ed BB: IT KNOWN. That W. u .,... of '
tended the box Friday night. and : the of t"i
: supper Sunday. Everybody invited. Fralick li01 County Cemml..lanem! In ana
GRAHAM Tommy Oldham was a business visitor Ed Smith of Gainesville, and Dug- Knight, of Starke, motored to Lake rison. Clifford Roberts, Inman Har- ,i I 1 to for.eIeIplRuedaFend Ihadfo.d' Couiitjr. .Florid.of Florida, In ,punu.no.ereatlna. ; ' 1,

I to Sampson Thursday. gar Jones, of Sampson City were via Butler Sunday. I(1 I I "l e ... Ilktrlot Number
Graham, May 0.-George Jackson, Mrs. Jessie Jones of Wlndemere, itors here Sunday. J. H. Scarborough and family motored The Edgar Hotel was vacated! this i III"Two notle.In Bradford that Counts. Florida, do hrrrbr
an election will be held In
of Cyril, was a business visitor here and Mrs Blanche Roberson, of Sampson Mr. and Mrs. Willie Earquet and to Starke Sunday afternoon. week by Mrs. Sims and daughters. |I Biwolal. Knad and Uriel.. DUlrlel Number,
I Mr. and Mr. ,..... Bradford County, "Inri d., the '
Monday. A. C. Strickland and Hal Maires Mack DHggers: of on Pint ,
attended the box social here
i on daughter Margaret, of Jacksonville, Tuesday In June, A. D. 1921! the came I"Inf
Lacy Wynn, of Starke, was a visitor I. Friday night. spent the week-end here with the tat- motored to Brooker Wednesday. Macclenny, motored to Lake Butler the. Seventh day thereof for the imrpone ofeloetlni
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here Tuesday on business.Mr. I I Messrs. Dewey Murrhee and LeRoy ter's brother, S. R. Swindel. Mrs. !i Mrs. J. H. James was a guest of I Tuesday and were guests of Mrs.. L. ,.....tHe. thm.mbe.On. receiving* of the the. hlcheet board of number bond v

and Mrs. Truman Thomas, of Wasdin were in Waldo Saturday afternoon Earquet and daughter returned home Mrs. J. E. Harper last week. The A. Duncan and family. ream of votes one In reeelvlntr eald I dletriet the for.,.a hlctuet term' of number three 1. .
Ziff were visitors\ here Tuesday. Sunday afternoon, her husband! stay- children have been attending school' Mrs. C. F. Rivers attended the re of votea In said dutrlot for s term of two

Chesley Fogg and sister, Gracle'j I Messrs. Truby and Lee Dyal and sister Ing over for a few days fishing. here for several months, and they and union of the Rimes family at "Bethany roam. and of vol.In one reoelvlnt old dlatrlet the Kent for a hluheatnumber lane. '"'

were in Starke Tuesday on Ruby, spent the week-end with S. B. Woodard and family, C. A. their mother returned to their home Saturday. of on. vrar, ..Id ....... la bea-tn on the .drat r
flair of "ul,. A. D. .. .
D. W. Borum mi, or .oon thereafter
spent Saturday and
Marvin Ogden was a business vie! relatives in Waldo. Youngblood and family, Mr. and Mrs. in Jacksonville last week. a. he may qualify.
tor to Sampson Tuesday. Messrs. Math O. B. Howell of Bland business I Sunday with his family. IN TPdTIMONY\ WHEREOF w. have'hereunto
I I Wasdin and Marvin W. A. Jones enjoyed a fish fry at was a .,
Miss Gracey Fogg left Tuesday for Ogden spent Sunday afternoon In Brooklyn lake Friday night. I visitor to Lake Butler Tuesday. :J. C. Copeland, of St. Petersburg, In Btarke.t ,our tlradford handa County.at our Florida.regular Uila meeting. the '

New Hampshire where she will visit, Sampson. I Messrs. Cleveland Lee, of Lakeside hostess) assisted by Addle Mae Rawls,i I was In Lake Butler last wt-ek. .III day uf April A. D. 1M1. '
her sister. Messrs. Kalch I I Miss Marshall Proctor returned Mrs. A. C. Strickland and daughter, C. A. RORFRTS. Chairman.J v
I Roy and Schell Byrd, John Hall, Sam Swindel and Calvin on M. PKOWNI.FE!:, ,1'
Riley Wasdin was a vluitor to the Misses Ethel Byrd and Maxine Willis Triest motored to Hampton Saturday Saturday from St. Petersburg and Ella Mae, Miss Christine Townsend H H. WILLIAMS
county seat Wednesday. I I motored to Sampson Sunday after- afternoon. Tampa where she had been visiting and Mini Estelle Rosenberg spent a H.:T.P.:FOWLINGAtteetl OA1NEY, '

Duffy Abernathy, of Tampa and noon. Ben Hall is employed. at Hampton I friends. Sunday at Miller with Mr. and Mrs.T. .
Misses Onie and Bunie Graves were '' on the Durden building.Mrs. The many friends of Hubert' Edwards H. Rimes. a W Clerk.ALDERMAN. 4-eVOt-v-l. r

visitors 'at the home of Autumn THERESSA R. M. King and children returned -: will be glad to know that he : Misses Mildred Roberts and Kate 0./

Youngblood near Waldo, Wednesday I. home Saturday night from ', is improving from his wounds.W. Epperson spent the week-end with NOTICE: OP ELECTION

night. Theresa, May 6.-Rev. John Mul- Lake Park, Ga., where they had spent f I'I C. Townsend la again confined' Misses Trummle and Jonnle Rimes of BE IT KNOWN. Th.t w.. al number. nf \..
the Board
of County C4immU.lon.ra In and
Willie\ Maines, Mrs. Jessie Maines I lady preached an interesting sermonat several days! with relatives. i to his rooms, to the regret of his Miller. for Bradford County. Florida. In purauanee , 0.
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and children, Wilma and Melvin, of the Christian church Saturday Friday night a party of our folks''' many friends. I Messrs. J. W. Townsend, Dr. J. E. to Chapter. 70UO. Lawa .of Florida, ereiitlna
Mounteocha, were business visitors I night to an appreciative audience. He enjoyed a chicken pilau supper at the j I, S. S. Proctor preached at the state.; Maines, Dr. J. M. Mann P. M. Pad- On.Special In Bradford Hiwd and County llrMite, Florid.tlUtrlct, do Number hereby" ;I! 'i'f
I farm gett and W. M. Johnston motored to ". nnlli-e that .n election will be held In
here Wednesday. was accompanied by Mrs. Mullady. home of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Bennett i Sunday. | Special R<.ad and Ilridne Puitrlot Number. "\ I
Miss Onie Graves and Duffy Abernathy S. B. Woodard and daughter, Es- T. B. Triest has shipped several I Miss Bessie Kennedy returned from Starke Monday. On., Bradford, County: Florid.. on the Fire. .j "
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of Tampa, were -visitors to I telle, were shopping in Starke Satur hampers of fine beans recently. | Brooksville Saturday, after teaching a i II. Rosenberg visited in Starke Monday Tue fkventh nay In June.day thereof A. .D. ,19BI.for the the, san iturpoae beingthe of 'I
successful term of school. and Tuesday. electing. three mcmliere. of the board of bond .'.
Wednesday. I S. B. Woodard visitor to 't
IIampton was a
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Messrs. :J. A. Graves and Bobby Sur-, and Mrs. P. M. Geiger were : Hampton Thursday. I I The Woman's Club met at the clubIroom A i Mrs. C. H. Drlggers and mother, of votee In Bald dl.trlet for a term of three :'
:I visitors to Thursday. Monday afternoon In regular Mrs. Douglass attended the Rimes year,i of> reoelvlnir. the, nent hUrheat numb.. v.1
rency were visitors to the county seat Hampton Johnnie Williamson of Jennings, of ""... In said district for a. term of two , J'
Wednesday :I A. F. Commander, manager of the was a visitor here Sunday. business session. reunion at Bethany Saturday. ycarei and one Motiving the next tily.hentnumber i ,

Miss Onle Graves and Duffy Aber-: Hope Hall farm, was transacting bus. Messrs. Rivers and Richard, of Lake The W M. U. manual study class Llsh Douglass, of Guilford,' motored on.. year of vote..aid In term.aid to dUttrtet.berrln on for the m termnf fI.., I. .

nathy, of Tampa, were visitors to Knees, in Jacksonville Saturday, returning Butler, were transacting business in met at the Baptist church Wednesday to Lake Butler Tuesday. morning.Mr. day he of July Qii.llfyIN ,,A. n. mi, or aa noon thenartoraa t' ,
Hampton Wednesday. Sunday. this section Saturday. afternoon at 4 o'clock, Miss Ada Register . Sands, of Tampa, was in town TESTIMONY may' WHFREOF.: w. have hereunto '. '
I Messrs. J. P. Padgett, R. M. Hersey, !' leader. last week.C. ..>t our hanita at our regular meeting I "
Messrs. :J. A. Graves and Bobby :. In Starke. Bradford County Florida till. tha I u
Surrency were visitors to the county I S. R. Swindel and son, Sam, A. Su11I \- LAKE BUTLER Friends of Miss Ruby Phillips were F. Rivers motored to Starke on .lh day of April A. D. mil.C. ,;"

seat Wednesday. Ivan, R4 M. King, Blanton Owsley, delightfully entertained at a farewell Monday. .. M A. BKOWNt ItOItRnTR: : !:.Chairman.J ; I

Mr. and Mrs. Avery Dyal, of Largo,I Cleveland and Guy Sullivan were visitors Lake Butler, May C.-Mrs. Willie party last Wednesday evening by her Messrs. Inman Ilarrlnon, Dennis II,. M. WIIIIAM8. i.
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are visiting her sister this week, Mrs. to the county seat Saturday. Williams\ and son, Howard, and sinters aunt, Mrs. D. W. Borum. Miss Phillips and Clifton Roberts, of Worthington, 8 T.P.DOWLINO.Atteet '

Claude Birt, of Hampton. Thursday night a chicken pilau sup- Miss Annie Howard of Macclenny, returned to her home In Hl<;o, Ga., motored to Lake Butler Sunday after-' U),I W ALDFRMAN.Clerk. ;. t
Messrs. Math and LeRoy Wasdin,i I per was given at the home of Mr. and and Mrs. E. C. Williams\ of Hampton, Friday morning.. She has been attend. noon 4 ....,.....I ))1",t
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Big Sale Started April 23 is still going on. Bills must be paid, and therefore I am sacrificing my stock ::'"


of seasonable merchandise at bargain prices. It will pay everybody to come and see this stock. Although the ';f. .


sale has gone on for some time, those articles which sell the quickest are constantly replenished, so, that late com ,


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new and seasonable. I give below a few examples of the bargains you may expect during:' this sale. .



$50 Flannels, up-to-date Ladies Silk Skirts
GROCERIES HATS This Sale _______________________9.50

6.50 to $10.00 Ladies Silk Skirts
lb. $5.00 Men's Hats MILLINERY This Sale 4.95
Best Grade Sugar ----------------------
This Sale 1 _______________________ -09 This Sale 1 ----------------------- 2.69 $9.00 Middy Suits, Detachable, Colors 1
Flour Straw Hats Up-to-date Assortment at Special PricesLADIES' This Sale _ __ 8.98
24 Ibs. Self Rising $3.50. -- -- -T-- -------

This Sale -----.---------. -------- 1.1S) This Sale ---------------------..- 2.49 $ Middy Blouses

lOc Rice, lb Men's and Boys' All Style Hats Below Cost NEEDS ThilloSai ______ ___ wi -_________ 1.43 ,

This Sale- ______________________. >uaArbuckle's ,$5.00 Dresses, Ginghams, Plaids $2.00 Middy Blouses

Coffee, lb MEN'S CLOTHING This 2.9S This Sale .93
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This Sale ___ ___________________ .24 Undershirts
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$30 Mohair Suits. All colors and sizes. $3.95 House Dresses
Ch ffee, lb _______ _11.95 This Sale --- 1.98 This Sale --------------\-------- .95 I,'
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l -------------------- '. $35 Flannels, Brown, Green Colors $6.00 Ladies' Crepe de Chine $2.50 Chemises and Gowns '

Lard, CompoundThis _________ 16.95 This from _____________ 2.95 This Sale .95
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This society ar1 the Ladtc Aid recently -.'!! Reading: "" It Lovef LucHleMitchell. 1-- r- m : D'A

U'f MRS. \1YILLIAMS% united with increased meraber- R j I
ship and Interest Each month four Pine apple ice cream and cake were

meetings are held business social, served by the hostess assisted by I
+' 4 EXONERATED program and circle. The meeting are Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Miss Carrie Ug- ; PRIZE WINNERS

,; ;,.,,' ,, I held each Monday afternoon at the low, Mr*. E. M. Davis and Lucille
.n I Baptist church at four o'clock. All Mitchell. Nasturtium were placed

YEWJICT OF CORONER'S JfRV I women of the church are cordially; in-(,on each plate a* a favor. t

k : SELF DEFESSE-FATRER I YitecL ,I The cum of $45.50 wa realized by 1921 Bass Contest
this pretty social affair' and came
Y '. ALSO LIBERATED I SILVER TEA ,: will be used to remodel the seat in .

ri I the Presbyterian church. y
1"qr '' Last Friday Times-Union contain ; The ladies of the Presbyterian I ,- : ....
,I"' ed the following sequel to a tragedy church gave a silver tea Thursday af.I -
fa which the principal were from temoon at the residence of J. M. Tru- MINUTE MATTERS MEAN MUCH

\::,; Bradford county an account of which I by Miss! Mabel Weller hostess. Mrs.J. 1st: Theo TI ?n .12 Ibs. 6 oz. $28.00 outfit "
was printed in last week's Telegraph: M. Mitchell and Mr*. E. M. Davis Mateainea and Others Wrong WMsj.
t.. Ml, ''Mr*. Daisy Williams and her father assisted Miss Weller in receiving and I Thai Research' Scoff at Work Don by* t 2nd. Dr. O. L'. Haynes 1 11 1 Ibs. 15 oz. 15.00 Reel
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/ Simon Wall held In connection ,j looking after the pleasure of the I I ',--- "3rd. Snap Brinson I 11 1 lbs. 3 oz. 12.00 Rod

with the death of the former1. has- guest The man wbe give ro his lifetime,
;' band Jesse Williams, saw mill worker i The room of the lower floor of this '' .. patting science at Ue asrvie efboslaea 4th. Lacy Wynn 10 Ibs. 8 oz -6.00 Line

er, who wa .het and killed at Walls' pretty home were decorated. with scarlet nod himself eternally asked. 5th. A. M. Darby I 10 Ibs. 2 oz 6.00 Lure
borne on Buckman street Northeast verbena placed In vase and bowls,, Wbaf. the user Statesmen rise '
Springfield, last Monday morning and the large number of guest filled I from their seats and ..,.. I 6th. Wm. Powell 10 Ibs. 0 oz. 4.00 Tackle Box

were liberated by a coroner's jury last the room and were also seated on I! ""I **e that some scientist fattening

night. the wide veranda. at the government uba.* measured Ladies Prize Mrs. Theo Tison. 5 Ibs. i 12 9.00 Rod
i haodre oz.
,. The verdict wa to the effect that with I. a The guests were entertained Wharf the nMr
William his death by 1
came to gunshots
music and reading a* follow: Hard-beaded-solid .
beaded*nJBes
inflicted by his wife in the defense I 1 -
!" Reading. "The Dying Singer-sire.E. men read of research department .
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of her life.TVUliams
: c" wn own shot twice once with .-T. Campbell. i the nest* and snort In disgust "What" These prizes are on display in our window and will be awarded to the
The old rule of thumb to
a rifle and the second time with shot Voice, "A Memor-Mn. E. *
the common I 10 o'clock
t sense way. j i lucky winners at Saturday morning.
p fun a* he neared the front porch of John, accompanied by Mr*. E. M. M.j We think of railroad as moniesedve -

4 the small Buckman street house. He vis. .-of railroad men a* efficient.Ar .
had quarreled with his wife the night Reading "The Soldier's they Not If the Railway Age It
before the shooting, and left home, -Mr*. L. G. PowelL I to be believed remark the Nation'

I I taking his two :year old baby with him Violin Solo-Miss Doria Law, accompanied Bu.ln_

$ Mrs. Williams stated that her husband by Mr*. DeWitt C. Jones. There are only two test plant fill CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY
f had repeatedly mlstraUtd her Reading, "The Returned Soldler'n. "- locomotives In the country one owned

and had on many'occasions threaten. ..... David Lander. by the Pennsylvania other at theCnlversity STARKE FLORIDA
4., Voice, "eamlnlr"-Mn.. F. IL I of nUnols. Only a few
r( ed to take her life. She said she fired
rail,. id.. try' out locomotive' on roadservice e
at Williams through the window of Long accompanied by Mrs. E. K. Per-
t h. of a dJ'namometar
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porch, aa she knew he was return. i .

a in k'.d? to her vent father his wrath who upon was her.asleep She in 11 : : SCHOOL DAYSMitchell's : I IG cZr7 "Wliaf*"Uie user ,I I I I AS TO FACTS ArjD' FIGURES- U French Like Civil Weddings.A

the house at the time had no connection One road that did found th.t by I French marriage Is a thoroughgoing

with the shooting.The putting an exhaust tip Inree-elgtiths: Nature Seems to Have Laid Down nlTnlr. It Is real portnercblp.
hearing'' yesterday, which ber I. .' of an Inch smaller on a Mikado type I, Some Rulea to Which She Rather To begin with 'h.. ceremony Is usually
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at 5 p. m., was held in the cir !.xl locomotive It Increased the firebox ,I| Rigidly Adheres. a civil one. Comparatively few
cuit court room of the Duval county /" ; of. BOY! S 1( . Cllr.. -.Y! temperature 400 degree and saved ,'J / weddings take place In a church. There
Courthouse. The room was packed I (0,111 see r1s4. I can aft! $ y.ooo a year In coal On another' Why do tall persons have narrow are no vow a* to mutual toleration for
with interested spectators, most of Locket tdul. "0IIL1 you I 5.y! line test made It possible so to alter nose T There are many exceptions, better or for worse. But the French
I it ? a locomotive as Yo reduce Its fuel but this Is the rule. husband and wife marry to take up
whom resided In the district where f Wen.lro'J. br.s
consumption 10 per rent and permit It The,type of the none that we cull each other's burdens and then carry
the shooting occurred. to haul three more i>a8s nger car on aquiline" la much more common to them together until the end of the
Mr*. William she fled from I
says lea coal and water. Journoy.
iThat's tall people than In those of short
borne on Sunday to aoatpe.from her G I ivp* I liI'I what' the use I J i I stature On the other hand short This can be traced to several cases.

husband, and at that time hs flred ilflll lJ, i a. A. 1..a.hl' p ..a.I 1 people are much more apt to have One Is that young people are linked
several revolver shots at her. She I I ,gyp i I i + ita 11I >d M C' ra ba.Y SAILORS MADE FIRST GLASS flat or snub noses. together In France with a view to
aid he took refuge in her father' I ,, p" y" I Tall men are usually lone-headed, their practical well-being aa well aa t.
house on Buckman street and that I I'i while moat short men have round or their B.Mupnthles. A girl who has.
'1 According to Story of Its Discovery, artlsi does not marry a bootmaker.
I Williams came there the following broad bends.
I h i' 3l'IIII It Was Entirely tM Result j And think of
I a shopkeeper rarely
morning She stated that she fear! Tall persons usually hart small
of Chance. joining his fortune to any but a shopkeeper'
t be would kill her and she fired a rifle. months. It Is the short people who
daughter or a business girt
Not knowing how to reload the rifle, .I One of the most useful materials !ta mostly have big mouths. The classes do not Intermingle la
abe then took close and r 1' U world i, Short people In a great majority of
a shotgun !' by Is jrlam.: It I* not only a > marring, not because of tnohblslinesn,
domes' > I),Instances' have short or round faces.
fired at him again. Ie ne sslty, huts a scientific i but because It Is not practical.-From
\ Long fares go wore often with superior
senttal. The development of chemistrywould i
I the Continental Edition of the London
MEKT1XG OF TilE IIAITIST MISSIONARY have been a far more I i height % UaU.
SOCIETY I I process' had It not hero for the many 1) This tf not at all surprising. Tall
E utensils manufactured from III"" So ; people lure a tendency to longnes
--
" t hell numerous and varied are Us urea. that throughout their anatomical structure
The Baptist Missionary society
one can hardly ronrelve of .present- Usually their noses are long. Their How Could He?
an interesting meeting on the 25th day civilization without this product. : arms and legs are Ion?. The lielglit A physician says freedom front
nit, the subject being "Loyalty and Yet Ibe dlncnvpry' of this valuable material : of most very tntl persons Is mainlyIn worry Is essential to the treatment! of
i Stewardship," Mr. F. A. Scott leader was what might be termed an their legH. Short people on the locomotor ataxla. Hut a man who
The meeting wa opened with Bibltf 'Y: dent, ."oyd' W Parsons writes InAM other hand are apt Ie he short In all could keep frea from worry with loco
study and prayer, which wall followedby > Saturday Evening Post pans of their physique.RAINYDAY motor .'asl. could recover from a*
a number of well written pacers M the story runs" a merchant ship amputated nead without treatment"l
'1 Ify member, dealing with different. li $oap COa ol; fallen with patron a brittle white carbonate ul ? topic A number of solos and duet I k ". I i r +Y ear,. to X0r f of sodium wa* driven ashore at '

were enjoyed by the gathering, the month of the River Beloa In Phenlcla. i ,I Iln I i
The crew prepared their foodon "
the beach, their kettle
-- -- --- -- supporting

1CIICXIICJa-'D': _' : x' i0K ',.J ,, D'D ...... .SKA. I on pile made up of lump of the na- j\
.
tron. Later the oallor were amazedto

I elI }[ stone discover among the transparent cinder of manses their Ore of*. i 0
Store !
Drag Agency The beat bad melted the soda and tile.,

'I P siliceous Band together, with the result 1 In I I i I
that a crude variety or glass was

, STARKE, FLORIDA formed. If the early record are correct SURPRISE Is jour queen\ and where doe
I II II the art of glees manufacture waaexclusively ahe liver asked Marietta.
I
I an Industry of the Ptienldana. IT WAS raining In torrent outside The raindrop answered proudly
;iMyyA One reason for crediting this ) little Marietta eat curled upon "She Is the queen of all the rail
11 I statement I* the fact that the logredl-' the I
window seat with her nose sprite and live In a wonderful alive
( I outs of glass-natron, sand sod fuel | pressed against the pane. Now'Marl. palace behind the cloud. and la al
'' -were abundant upon the const .fiPbenlcla. etta was very cross, for the old rain wa). doing good In the world.

I I bad spoiled the garden party she bad "Well, why did she spoil my pat

1 je the planned this afternoon with her doll*. by Bending you down here today
N 1 I Waterworks DsssrL i Splash I Splash I came the raindrop,, aid Marietta in a grieved tone.!
I a considerable amount of racklb and Marietta, whose eye were sadly tell you about." broke !In the raindrop
water, but no water that either human I watching: them thought there was "but we had to shout and shout before'
beings or stock can drink. nothing In the world as ugly .. the yon would listen. Our'queen watchei
Science! however has come to the aid little round' drops. They came down, over the tree, flower and grass an<
of the rainless section of the i oh, so steadily, and Marietta was be- every growing thing, and when alu
l 11 f I try In the form of an tntrpolous rooll-I... j ginning to feel very drowsy when ud- **e* they need water to drink she callios
waterworks, consisting of a serin oil denly an extra: bard gust of wind together. It Is usually the night before
frames containing 2O.OOO square feet so we may rent before filling OUI.U.er
I of glasa. 'The.panes of glass are arranged water buckets"
In the shape of a V, and under 1{ I cS'r[ 9J" "Do you have wells up there In tin
I each pane lea shallow pan containing cloud from which to fill up your bnok
\ Ii brackish water.' The heat of c'PLri'flJ etr Inquired Marietta eagerly, foi
i the sun evaporates the water, which 1 n9ME7AE' she was so Interested about ILL
i L condense upon the sloping glass and strange clondland.

..,-' +*&: ,? V -, ,. made pure by this operation It runt P9NORMd Not exactly," replied the raindrop
t % down Into little channel at the bot-1 "The queen' palace la surrounded by

J torn of the V and Is carried away Into' wonderful gardens and there are foun
.rf' it the main canal. It Is said that nearly I. talus everywhere shooting up beautiful
a thousand gallons of fresh water t.1] tiny drops of color."

collected daily by this means. i i ""How perfectly lovely r sifted Marl1 .
ettL wish I could see them.

OUR GIFT SHOP $avag Wilderness Marauder. -wb7. you foolish child, you do ae
theta
The Usher Is, taking It all la all every time our queen baa a tar
said to be the most - tsYal When w* do-- oar work _,---
swift
savage the
.; DIAMONDS SILVERWARE ; raindrop sharply at the wail abe reward
and crafty of all the marauder *f tbawDderu window. watch us by 1em. o*
FINE CHINA -. In nine cases out of ten Xteteo the half-circle of fountain
.
JEWELRY to m r crtad! a ahrtD Btfls Tint coma* red then ,
orange yellow
perhaps even DO oat of a hundreda vets from the
WATCHES CUT GLASS fight between pana. green and bin, each shading Into he
a porcupine and a *
Marietta looked ou...
op 4.144H,*,
fisher has but one result The flMirr
i In the past it has been our aim to develop and enlarge our stock until to- eat the I* ,some porcupine.defensive And: the porcupine jo O>ee s6"old abe raindrop said, "thar la alghf u nothing but npte4" by-th Marietta. to delightedly.mrTataV>wr tae'. .

day there is not a Jewelry store in Florida outside of{Jacksonville or Tam- fisher flip the victim fighter.ever CIa The Mi "'It ew..ra not .\." said the vole "Of. course It b I" laughed the ratsdrop. -
70a look "Our
Tampa that carries as large and complete stock as you will find in ours.For ble back In annexing the act, as and few he spine has an a*unprotected posul. I 1 for TODIMIf." very hard 70a a.o and always draw queen aside la very the cloud generous em

Then Marietta saw that each nttl talus when she sails away that
throat and belly at tile mM'r71 BO you
;e1. the convenience of out-of-tovtn customers we are always glad to make selections of his flogs drop was a tiny Uny water II r1te In can "*. tile lovely colors In the -*TAna .

of suggestions of appropriate gifts (for all occasion The porcupine's rallla so deadly to changed a beautiful shining dress which now I mast hurry or my srertal:
color pang will
a* It relied down the be thlrty-
'
other animal, have for the flatter comparatively wtadowpana "Oh
do come again 11
H C. H. COLES & SON few terror They do not -W felt so sorry about etta after him M be called Marta -
poison or Inflame his flesh which poning > n'Pered after
I seems to possess the faculty of BOOK might rwTwrtr that our queen Bald we dec! beasad 8he w. sure he nod-
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA trtl yon about his
t tu. na. aml1ed .
: ; ,: ,: a ', kin.casting them forth again through the the aprtta. eouttnued j off the 1ML a be Jumped

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