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 27, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME FORTY-TWO. STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY MAY 27, 1921. NUMBER\ FOKTY-EIGIIT.
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S.J.CATTSIN SOUTHERN CHAUTAUQUA IN DEATH:; OF C .s. DURLING IMMENSE BASS CAUGHT .
STARKE DURING NEXT WEEK BRADFORD GETS I SHIPPERS HERE '

"Mr. Charles S. Purling, who had Catch of Carl John.
The Woman's to be Entered in

TOWN SUNDAY have arranged by a number for Club the of Southern of business Starke Chau-,men assisted ,.: STATS 'ROADDESIGNATION for ben many.of Starke years, been died a suddenly prominent at cit-his ASKED TO PRESENT Hold and-Stream Contest!

home Monday morning. May 23rd.!
tauqua Service-to come to our city His health had been failing for *om Thursday afternoon of last week a
MAKING BOND June 3rd to
7th.
i time, but being of a rugged constitution THEIR CASE lance: crowd gathered around Photographer
The object that the club has in view and unwilling to* give up work, F. C. Hoover, while lie was
in bringing this chautauqua here U 1 i. if '?f'j he was still attending to his business taking picture of one of the largest .
WAS VERY BUSY DURING THE!= to give high class entertainment, educational j i ROAD VIA HIGHLAND LAWTEY, Saturday. He and Mrs. Durling had I. C.'' C. SIGNIFY' WILLINGNESSTO bass on record. The big fish was held

SHORT TIME IN STARKE features, and after the ex- ]| STARKE AND HAMPTON TO rooms with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffinon HEAR BERRY GROWERS by G. M. Inman while the picture was
BETWEEN TRAINS penses have been paid the remainder BE PART SYSTEM north Walnut street, Sunday his v. ON SHIPPING FACILITIES taken, but it had been caught ky Carl
of the'lnoney received from the sale I illness became pronounced ,and Sun' Johns, one of our young fishermen, !
Ex-Governor Sidney J. Catts arrived of tickets will go to swell the fund ]j' The cit lens: committee sent to Tallahassee day night his faithful helpmate sat' Th from in "Benny's Pool," though Mr. Johns ti
following the of
in Starke Sunday on the 11:30 for building the new club house. II I Sunday afternoon in connection up with him all night..Monday morning the Interstate Commerce secretary Commission would not tell which Hide of the pool:

southbound express from Jacksonville For unsurpassed musical delight with road legislation pending In about 7 o'clock while walking to Senator D. ,U. Fltchrr anent The fish weighed, when caught, 14
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He was met at the depot by his attorney this chautauqua has generously ar the house of representatives brings about, he suddenly fell down, apparently memorial from the Florida pounds and four ounces. It was 30 .
here, Col. A. Z. Adkins; and ranged. A surprise treat greets you back a good report. lifeless. Dr. Biggs was called fathered by lion. E. M. Johns Legislature of-< Inches long and 22 inches in girth. It
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the matter of giving his bond, in the at each day's session. The lecturersare "The matter that gave our citizens and arrived a few minutes later, but Bradford county, shows that a few had been caught on rod and reel with
for his witty, Intelligent and he found life the "shimmy wiggler" lure, supplied by
sum of $5,000 appearance at capable great concern was the Hale bill, which Extinct, attributing yards more''red tape III l necessary to
the next term of the circuit court for scholars. Concise information 'and I designates a system of state roads sudden' catastrophe to heart disease. I bring about the asked for Imlrove'mt'nta the Consumers Lumber Co., Starke.
Bradford platform> artistry guarantee Mr. Durling born 'at Blooms- Many who never cared for fishing
county was then attended you I and requires, tha state road depart- was in shipping berries from this
to. lie delivered the bond, .already pleasant hours. "Cappy Ricks," a : ment to expend: all moneys coming bury, N. J., February 2, 1838, and section: began to believe it was worth trying )
signed, and it was approved, after great American comedy drama that into their hands during the. next five I was thus at his death over 83 years after all, when -such i fine catches can
which he took the 4 p. m. northbound has made millions\ laugh, will be given I:I years on the roads included in this old, though, owing to a strong constitution lion. Duncan U. Fletcher be made, and the anglers' fraternitymay i
express 'Pensacola' where he had the third night. A trained play leader I j(I system. None of the roads designated -I and regular habits he waa of United States Senate. be expected to Increase in numbers .
to be Monday morning to answer to a and story teller is in charge In the In the original bill touches this full mental and bodily strength up to Dear SicWith henceforth.The .
peonage charge before the United afternoons and her services are givenlI'iadly county,-and if the bill had passed in the time of his death. January, 2, your letter of the 12th inst. catching of such large fish Is
States court. without a penny of cost to any its original form Bradford would 1861, he married Miss Mary L. Shepherd you enclosed a communication to you beneficial to the fish waters, as it
The charge against Mr. Catts \In child.' This Junior chautauqua work have been shut out from state aid for 1 of Woodville\ N. J..To the union from Mr. E, M. Johns who forwardeda gives the smaller fish a chance to t
this county is that'he had accepted n will be greatly: enjoyed by the children road building during the next five was born three children, one of whom, I memorial" of the Florida legislature multiply and grow up.
bribe of .700 to use his influence 'in and Is entirely free. ,years.I Mr. Charles A. Durling, survives him. requesting that certain Florida .'olntabe This ratch will Ixt entered in the .
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securing a pardon for J. J. Coleman, At a meeting held Monday after-I i The committee sent from here Sun- The deceased was a partner in a I included in whatever order might great Field and Stream contest and
a man convicted of murder in Oka- noon, Mrs. Roscoe McLano, chairman ,day wt, composed of A A. Durden prominent New York commission firm be made by the connniHMion in No. will help to advertise this section to i *
loosa the of education for forty tht'Ohe moved to 11UDS! Charles C. Cyler et al vs the anglers all over the
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county. iseuance of appointed the following and J: I-. Houscr, of Hampton, E. E. years country. . ,
the indictment of Catts by the gram Chautauqua committees: I Canova and E. S. Matthews, of Starke Florida, locating first at Gainesvilleand American! Railway Express Company. i *. .
jury at the spring term of court here, Publicity, Mrs. W. C. Powell, Mrs. When they reacted Tallahassee it was later at Starke. / Tho complaint in this cane seeks the THE DUTY OK PARENTS TO
Sheriff Epperson has taken thing; R. McLane, Miss Amelia Ray, Miss found that Representative E. M. The Starke and Lawtey sections arc establishment of carload rates from THEIR CHILDKKN
quietly, believing that the accused Mabel Wcller. ?Johns had the situation fully in hand. Indebted to Mr. furling to a great extent points in Kentucky, Alabama, Tennessee .
would come to Starke on his own voli- Children's Committee Junior chau He had already so strongly impressed for their prosperity. Though and Mississippi. to points in p The St. Petersburg Independent
tion to give himself up, and even tauqua under management of Mrs. 0.1 j upon the road committee the importance strawberry growing had begun in a central and eastern trunk line torrltorieww quotes two ministers nn having scored
when he came to Jacksonville Saturday L. Huynes and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. of the road connecting with small way before he took a hand In The case has been heard anda mothers of that city in their "Moth.
after his arrest at Albany, Ga., Finance, J. II. Ritch and F. L. Turner j state road No. 1 at Baldwin and with the business, he put, It on a sound proposed 'report of the examinerwas er's Day" sermons for neglecting q
Mr. Epperson did not cause his ar I No. 2 at Gainesville, and running footing by standardizing the packages served upon the parties April 21, their children, and declaring that the
rest. Sunday's epistfde proved the Arrangement, Mrs. F. A. Scott, Mrs across Bradford and Alachua counties and creating markets. After in which the examiner recommends a youth and girls who go astray are
soundness of our sheriff's judgment. DeWitt C. Jones, G. M. Inman, Roscoe -I via Lawtey, Starke, Hampton and moving to Starke he, by offering inducements finding that the failure of the defendant not to blame so much MS are the
That Mr. Catts had all the time Intended McLane. Waldo, that the committee chairman, to' farmers, encouraged to establish and maintain carload mothers. and fathers who fail to make
to come here, seems to be Ticket Sales, Mins Ina Alderman Mr. Hale, had agreed to introduce an them to try certain truck crops which rates and refrigerator car service for their hoiries Clnlstlan habitations In
shown by the fact that he had his Lake Butler; Mrs. R. A. Weeks!, I amendment designating this road as it had been the common belief would strayborriei from tho stations UN to which the proper influences are
bond already made out. His bondsmen Brooker; Mrs. G. M. Inman, Lawtey; 'part of the system of stato roads. not do In this section But it turned which complaint was made while thrown around the children. The societymad
are: C. C. Pederick, K. R. Pcd- Mrs. J. II. Bitch, Raiford; Mrs W. E. Sentiment in the house was strongly out so satisfactorily that hundreds of maintaining such service und rates mother, rushing. to parties,
erlck and B. A. Thrasher. Middleton, Hampton; Starke committee back of the committee that thfs assur-. farmers now bless tho name of him from Louisiana and other localities, was declared to be one of tho great
Mr. uatts came here and left very Mrs. W. C. Powell, Mrs N. D. j anee from Mr. Kale made it sure that who induced thorn to try the new'de-I is unduly prejudicial> to complainantand mazes of juvenile delinquency.And .
quietly, very few persons except the Wainwright, Mrs. R. McLane, Mrs. our road would be made a part of the parture. Mr. Durling was an extensive unduly preferential of its coop the Independent deC'artfl-and! ;
sheriff's officers' and his attorney be- J. E. Wilson, Mrs. L. A. Davis,'Mrs.J. ., system. buyer and shipper of all kinds of pefitors. many will agree with It-"These. mln-
ing aware of his visit to Starke. C. Robinson, Mrs. L.: O. Powell,"I The Hale bill wasyiet for consideration country produce that this section can I About the time the t'xaminer's report Inters are exactly right." j
Elsewhere in this issue Is an account (MJss Mabel Weller. I Monday morning, but was .not I supply! and through his reliability was served the defendant ar Continuing:, the St. Petersburg paper
of Catts' arrest in Albany Ga., These ladies will make a housc-to-'reached until Tuesday afternoon. .honorable dealings won the confidence ,ranged with tho Southern Kullwavjand enunciated important truths which
and his call at Jacksonville house canvass of the towns on Friday I'Among other aml'ndments.the. one and esteem' of all who knew Southeastern Express. Companyfor Tile Times commends. to tho earnest ,
and Saturday of this week and ; designating the Baldwin-GalneHville +I him. ilia demise is much to be repretted the use of some express. refrigerator consideration. of all parents who may i f
GOVERNOR SIGNS BILL CREAT- Monday of next week. i road was offered, and was adopted IIII both bl'cauRe'an estimable' cars, and thereupon established read 1 this paper)
ING UNION COUNTYPen The children's committee is plan' I''by a practically unanimous vote. The man is gone and because of the loss the service desired from the points of Thin paper has been making an effort -
ning a big day for children on Satur I| bill was still pending when the house of an energetic and wise business man origin"nerved by the Southern Railway to arouse parents to a sense of
Now In Hands of lIc,". C. H. Register day, June 4th. A free performanceIn I :adjourned Tuesday afternoon and its who worked for our welfare. Thus which apparently satisfied the their responsibility and has contendedfor
of Lake Butler the afternoon, and ice cream will friends were unable to secure further our entire section join the bereaved complaint to that extent. The question years that most of the juvenile
be sold afterwards. relatives in their of rates from the offenders in this lacked
(,consideration of it up to the time the sorrow.; points on city the proper -
Tallahassee, May 20.-The act of The County Fair, a pageant, will I committee from here I left for home The funeral arrangements were in Louisville, however, remains for do- training at home and their falling t
creating Union county passed its last be given on the fifth night: by the j The point upon which the house was charge of DeWitt C. Jones. The funeral termination from grace was due, In great measure otr
stage 'through the law-making maze children of this community. Como 1 strongly divided was an amendment service took place at the Presbyterian Neither the state of Florida, thu to the faults of the parents to ;:
today at 12:30. At that hour the act and see your own children take partIn : striking out sections 2 and 3, which church at 8:80 p. m., Wednesday Florida commission, or any other dodge their responsibilities! and too IIi(
was signed by the governor and sent the-chautauqua program.' {. provide for apportioning the road Rev. David Lander, its pastor shipper or shipping organization of many children are reared by servants,
to the office of the secretary of state, This chautauqua is entertainment, money among the congressional districts assisted by Rev. B. D. Law, pastor Florida asked leave to intervene In some of whom are negroes/ without .1
where it will be filed in the archives instruction, inspiration, brought to according to assessed valua of the First Baptist church, officiating. : this case 'The Florida points cannot mural character. '6.
of the state. your door, and no one can afford to tions. It seemed probable that this The church was simply doc- be included in any order which tho Is it any wonder that a child goes J
The signing of the act was witnessed miss it. There will\ be a big tent on amendment would be adopted and orated, but with exquisite taste; floral! commission enters upon the present to the bad when that boy 07 girl has i...
by a number of the friends of the the vacant lot next to J. M. Alvarez's that the bill would then pass the gifts were numerous and beautiful.The record. To attempt to do that wouldbe been reared by a negro of low intelligence ir
measure, and the pen with which the residence, and everyone can be com- house. It has yet to go to the sen interment took place at Crosby to broaden.the esues beyond those little education and no morals? r.!..'
governor wrote his signature was Portably seated. ate. When it teaches that body Senator cemetery, and there peacefully rests presented In the complaint without Yet in many home. children are turned .t i'1d
furnished by Hon. T. G. Futch, of Purchase your season tickets from j Knight will look carefully to the one who fought: life's battles bravely. according defendant' opportunity to be over to just any negro girl or .t c.
Lake county, who afterward presented committee. Adults, $2, plus war tax. ','interests of Bradford county He Is The active pallbearers were: Messrs. he rd. If the case Is to be thus broad. woman who can be secured without ''wi
it to Hon. C. H. Register, who represents Children (6 to 12)) $1, plus war tax. I also wide awake to the importance of N. B. Hull, W. E. Davis, T. P. Wall, ; ened, further hearing therein must any Investigation to the moral w j
that part of Bradford county"out Tax on an adult ticket la 20 cents, on this statehaving recognition in such J. M. Mitchell, R. R. Prevail and J. I be ,had. character of the negro. What chance f :.;r.
of which the new county of Union a child's ticket, 10 centsl: road legislation as may be enacted. J. Rlgdon; the honorary pall bearer. If the Florida commission. any have the children, reared and trainedby '
is made. "Meet me at the big: tent." Representative Chas. II. Register were, Messrs. J. M. Truby, N. T.Ritch shippers or organizations of shippersin such servants' T' The mothers play \ ; y
MR Register says he has not yet made a hard but unsuccessful effortto I' E. T. Campbell, U. D. Miner. Florida desire to Intervene In this cards arid go to dances and let the ,A
made up his mind what he will do ENTERTAINMENT PLANNEDThe have included in the system a road case and broaden the issues, their petition children get along the best they can Irf II'
With the pen, whether he will keep it leading from Lake City across Columbia DEATH OF T. M. DENNISON or petitions for such Intervention The child who is roared in a Christian tt' "II
or give It to the first clerk of the circuit music committee of the Wom- Union and Bradford countiesto will be entertained arid If they homo, whose. parent are Inter '1'N
court for the new'county.. an' Club announce that they will pre- connect with the state road at be promptly filed will be served upon sated enough In their welfare to devote f r' .,
Some of his him of Rent an exceptional attraction on the Mr. T. M. Dennisoi diet at the home their time
friends to him
accuse Starke. defendant and the ease will l l.e held I even if It
quibbling, however. They say he will evening of the llh of June, the proceeds I of his daughter. Mrs 3, I. Waters, of open for determination of that broadened moans staying away from social ral- I'
eventually take the clerkship himself of this entertainment to be given FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN the Miller section May 17th. He had* issue upon which appropriate lice and club events, Is not likely to
and keep the pen, thereby grabbingboth for the new club house fund. been in bad health for some time. hearings will be had. I go wrong. A few do but they are exceptions
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horns of the dilemma which he Miss Irene Brown of Daytona, who The deceased was born in Coffee It may be that It will not be properor that prove the rule. The
claims to be in.PUBLIC'S. III a graduate of. the Woman's College -. Under the auspices of the Health' county, Georgia, in 1844, and came consistent to withhold decision on a child, especially a boy, gets
at Tallahassee, also of the Curry Committee of the Woman's Club, to this county with his father when a the points already heard but the en- in life, Is most Important. Get the ',
I' ATTITUDEThe school of Expression, Boston, will there will be a lecture Illustrated with small boy. He lived on New River tire record will be available for de- child headed right and with the right 1.1.IItart 1 ./;
take a prominent part as reader and moving pictures at the Gaiety Theatre until the Civil War broke'out, when termlnatlofi! of such issues as may be principles inculcated in him or her ...
public's attitude toward labor impersonator on this program being Friday, May 27th, at 8 o'clock. ha joined the Confederate army. After raised by the Florida interests In Intervening and that child Is likely to run straightAnd .
Is quite accurately indicates by the assisted by some of our local musical The lecture will-be given by Capt. W. his return he lived In the Midway petitions. this tr.lnln.nd teaching that.Is \ ,/'
disposition made by congress and the talent. Miss Florence Matthews, othe ( H. Gillette of the United States pub- section for several 'years.' He was Respectfully, no Important can be given effectivelyonly i 1
state legislatures of measures advocated Florida State College for Women, lie Health service., This lecture Is instructive twice ,married, first to, Miss Ethea G. B. McGINTY, by the parents; it is not. a job ",?;I
by labor leaders. The last con who is a member of the chapel choirof educational and is a part Lendia Conner in 1872. She died in Secretary' that can be turned over to a.. person ,
geese did not enact a law demandedby that institution, will give a number of the campaign against venereal diseases 1891. In 1803 he married Miss Mag- who la paid to perform the strvlce.. "
labor leaders. The present con- of vocal selections. Miss Browns that is being waged by the state i gl. Jordan,; and then moved to the WILL NOT BE CANDIDATE Tampa Time ,'c't
gress has "buried in committee" several much interested in club work and, board of health All women and girls western part of the county,;where he -
measures advocated by them. like others on the program gives her over the age of fourteen years, are lived ever since. I wish to announce to the people of RECEPTION AT HOME OF MR.
The legislature of Pennsylvania not talented services entirely tree. urged to be present. There is no admission Mr. Denntson was a good citizen Union county' that my name will not AND MRS. UGLOWAt 'J' I
only refused to pass 30 bills\ introduced This entertainment will take placeof tee.Health and a man of at Christian heart. He, appear before the committee on recommendations \,
by labor representatives, but also the regular musical meeting the Committee, Woman's Club. had been. member,of the Church of ,. for tax collector. My the home of Mr and Mrs. John _j 'fl
repealed the "full crew' law placed second Wednesday in June, which was Christ for 25 years He was a kind friends advise me to com.out In the Uglow, on Lafayette street Thursday '
on the statutes by them. The legislatures scheduled to meet with Mrs. D. C. HEALTH FILMS FOR MEN SATURDAY husband and father and a generous I next primary election. evening, there was a reception In hon I; '..y
of other state! present similar ones. NIGHT friend. (Signed) J. L. BROWN.PRESBYTERIAN or of Rev. and Mrs. David Lander, also t .
, records. Of near relatives he leaves to mourn Mrs. Angle Sternberg, Mn. Grace _
1 The majority of measures thus defeated from laws for this purpose to such Dr. W. H. Gillette, of the United Ills departure his widow and eight Ford and. Miss Carrie Uglow. Mr.
provide 1n effect special privileges extent that It opposes both reaction, States public health service! will lecture children, namely, C. M., J. O. and S. Lander Is the beloved Presbyterian ,
for labor and is the main reason and exception which amounts to the at the Gaiety Theatre Saturday B. Dennison, of Midway, R. M. D "nnison You are wanted at the Presbyterian minister, and Mesdames Stornburg, "
for their rejection. The whole same thing. night, 8 o'cloct, for men only. This of Lake Butler, L. B. Dennl- church next Sunday. Ford and Miss Uglow' will soon leave I i ,
trend of legislation for two decades Having been exploited by capital, lecture will be accompanied by mov- son, of Winter Garden Roscoe Den- Sabbath ichool. at 10 a. m. to spend the summer elsewhere. I
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has been to abridge or deny altogether the public does not now propose to be ing pictures, tile lector\explaining in nison, Mrs. Sue Waters, of Midway, Sermon 11 '.. m. Subject, "The Forty guests were present And the i
not only privilege but the right to exploited by labor. This is the motiveof detail the different parts of the pictures Mrs. Jan!. Johns, of Raiford, five Old Paths." evening passed pleasantly with social
demand it. Every law Iii the forward its attitude, not antagonism to labor thrown on the screen. This lecture step-children and 25 grandchildren.The I Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. conversation, music by Mrs. 1"".. If. 1
movement of equal rights and the j I except: as labor presumes too and films deals with a subject of family warmly thank the many Sermon at 8 p. m. Subject, "Mind Davis and recitations by Mr. Lander. : .
I square deal has looked to the equal- much. The public Is jealous of its vital Importance to every man, and It friends who assisted them in their Your Own Blzness." At the close of this delightful even ,' J
ization of opportunity and of responsibility I|'rights and reasonably so, after having ,'I should not be missed. No admission time of trouble and who lent so many "Let u* His blessing seek ing brick ice cream and cake were \ 1 1
of them Ig-nored.-Ex. charged. beautiful flowers for tHe funeral. Waiting In Ills courts today"' served.
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MAY 17. 191.
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J f" BUNCO STEERERS IN BAD LUCK c ha n"e. fl'J .D'E".J.LJ
They were seated on a nearby bencha

(.'':'V Puts Camera into Motion and Breaks few minutes later when a heavysetman
up Cunning "Fix-up" apparently much agitated came
r:' along and asked if they had seen anyone GainmvilU'a. loreoiMt shopping center
Here's a story that; bunco teerer pick up a pocketbook. He described ...
//1' may read and grit their teeth anew the pocketbook and Appeit directed '
:rot' It will produce memories of a little Pogart to give it up. Upon find Qualify
fat man with a ford automoboile, a ing the contents, including the bond 7Y YOU
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camera and an inexhaustible sense of to be still in place, the supposed H. C. GAINESVILLEFLORIDAOFFERS
I, & humor who popped upon them at most Chamber. took out the $200 in currency '

I / f, inopportune times around the triple and offered one hundred each to i
f- cities of Dayton, Daytona Beach and Appelt and Pogart which was declined.
/r Seabreeze during the last season. But Cham ben' insisted on
L t, t "Joe" Osbome, owner of' the Os.y showing his gratitude.'* '
y i borne hotel at Daytona, hold an age- "Meet me Monday morning at 8 The Exclusive Service of an Experienced Shopper

I old grudge against confidence men, o'dock.- said, "and 111 show you .
f. '; which dates back to the time when he both how to make enough money to ,

was an honest deputy sheriff and is pay your winter's expense., and it r
I, said to have been buncoed out of his will not be necessary for you to investa
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I j" job by the alleged pull of the syndicate cent. .

of swindlers. Determined to continue The meeting resulted in. a trip to
the fight on the side of the tour Turnbull Castle, which was'equipped '
lilt victims, whose complaints to the to the last detail on the inside as-a Mail Orders Here Receive
:'if'' authorities in Florida are often unheeded big brokerage exchange with the usual

K' under the system of alleged quotation boards, telegraph and
''protection extended the fleecers, Mr. telephone instruments. Most notice ReorganizedNow
,N' Osborne set about to analyree I the able of all were the- high stacks of Right of Way Attention
x weakness of the slick "con" man. currency within the cashier's cage.
I He knew that they ply their trades in Chambers gave Appelt and Pogart
.'. various northern resorts during the each $500 and told them to do Just -The mails are of first consideration, for there lies the writhe of under the direct supervision

summer months are often are wanted as he did. Stepping: up to the cash hundred of many customer The Mail Order Buyer here secures at of an experienced shopper who has
'' by the police of those cities. ier, Chamber gave an order to buy
once recognition- immediately her order are filled and rushed to the become associated with our regular
1.. He also knew that they fear now Vanadium Steel. Appelt and Pogartdid
,, exposure through their names, which likewise. Then they watched the station i to await the returning train. ? patrons in the capacity of. salesper

are changed so often that they almost board. Appelt was thrilled as Vana- son. She has assumed, complete
*: lose track of themselves. Then he dium Steel 'rose steadily Finally
s. thought of the camera. Their "fronts"and Chambers told the cashier to "sell." charge of the Mail Order Section
Service Bureau
"sides"-most of them--could be Appelt and Pogart said die same. Shopping and under her guidance this fast

continents. They received $1,500 in currency for
will receive her
It would be fatal for them to the $600 Investment. growing department

be snapped with a "sucker." I Chambers. then gave an order to In charge of an experienced chopper this department ask your exclusive services, thereby assuring

Mr. Osborne chuckled over the idea. I buy i Crucible Steel. Appelt says he undivided attention-we gladly buy for you-no matter what the need our clientle service unequealed by
As the owner of a hotel for 25 years cleaned $3,000 this deal which
up on we will get it and chip for you. Many times, no doubt in the state.
you are
his experience: enabled him to recognize gave him a total of $4,50, which they per. any concern>>
Ljn most of the "con" men who habitually paid him in "coin of the realm."' plexed a* to just what you may need. Your order is received and

visit the triple cities. Chambers then said he had one more you may be undecided a* to the amount of material you really need It might be said that, under thea
' It was most awkward for a haughty consultation is called and
through this
good tip on which they could make a way you secure: the advice direction of the she
"millionaire, in the midst of an fortune, but to swing it would require .of experienced sale people, trained in the art of dressmaking. The management,
impressive talk with one whom he de- of work
has studied phase the
a large amount of money. He wrote correct amount. then sent, saving you money. every
aired to impress, to be suddenly forced
out two checks: payable to bearer, now under her charge, she has
to behind Tne
hop a telephone pole. S
for $40,000 each, which were signed
"millionaire" was always a steerer studied it from a scientific viewpoint
by Appelt and Pogart. Meanwhile
who led the victim to the "store." he had stepped Into the "business office" Personal AttentionThe and a practical viewpoint. Regardless -
"Joe" Oaborne's camera became the I
and had purchased several thousand
terror of bunco steerers. But with of what you may require, write"
shares of General Motors. He
him it was equal to the sport of kings i told to head us that we may send same to
Appelt take the two checks of this Department doe nothing else. Her duties '
t "It was more fun than fishing, he are
for $40,000 each and his $4.500 and manifold-for she look after She ha you at little trouble.
aid. "Those fellows didn't know what your every want. you in her
;,; was coming off. I had them skipping.. buy General' Motors quick. mind always and therefore attend to your request, in the role of an
behind poles, ducking up alleys and General Motors, according t* the expert.
hiding behind automobiles. I know quotation board, went skyward They
they thought I was crazy." sold and made, as' Appelt supposed,
Many a "sucker," and consequentlymany nearly 200000. He was given a tick.
thousand dollars were lost to et to turn in at the cashier's cage and

the swindlers through Mr. Osborne's Appelt said he was handed a tremen. .
efforts. dous sum of money, mostly in $1,000
bills. Stupendeous Sale Popular Figured Voiles
The. big laugh of the season for .
'. those on the inside is the story of how lie had counted several of these, .

the leader of the "con" men called up with Pogart and Chambers lookingover Tis with pride we announce this sale at a price much lower than
a high official and threatened to "lay his shoulder, when the chief offered here or elsewhere in many years. We feel proud that it is our
A off the town flat" because of the fat cashier of the "firm" stepped up and to offer this. ALL 38in. AND 40in. EXCELLENT 25cMail
man and his camera. Inquired if the trio carried an account I I WEAVE VOILES SHOWN IN OVER A SCORE OF PATTERNS
"Sam Harris, leader of the gang at with the concern. Upon being told I 2400 YARDS GO AT THIS SALE PRICE. SEND FOR THIS EARLY ,
Daytona sent one of his lieutenants that they did not he declared that Ap I FOR IT WILL SELL QUICKLY.

.to me with an otTer of $5,000 a week, pelt would have to turn back the money .
payable in advance each week for the as the firm did not take checks

entire season, to 'lay off'" Mr. Os from strangers, and that they would Orders Reecived till Monday Nightss
borne declared. "If they were willingto have to put up real money to show up
that they could have made the checks
give me that sum when J could on-
ly hamper them, what do you suppose good.
they paid those who could stop their The cashier was prevailed upon to
operations altogether?" give them time. Chambers said he

Here's the story of a victim who could get $25,000 and Pogart said he
i had two distinct awakenings after could bring from Texas $40,000, but Yard Wide Best Quality Pajama ChecksStill

dreaming through the "con" men's the cashier wanted $80,000 put up at, .
E palace of wealth. once. Then Appelt offered to furnish

After emerging through the portals the remaining $15,000, which he secured leading the surrounding country tor lower price In fact quoting them much lower than in the

r of Turnbull Castle which stands after traveling to his home and larger cities. of the state. This sale will attract far and near. Your want of this fabric are many and are 15c

iv' in a cluster of palms 'on the Dixie back.While waiting for the funda to arrive varied.t Don't hesitate.. Action will save you money.
, highway between Daytona and New .
Smyrna, Joseph Appelt, proprietor of Chambers became interested in

I.the, traveled Central all hotel the of way Farmingdale to Philadel-, L. other handle stocks for him, which, and he in had a mistake Pogart the to Mail Orders Received up till ,Monday Night

\Vac6 Kid"
made which
a strong buy
before he
phia awoke to the fact that
wiped out the margin held by the
he had been buncoed out of "fifteen
grand" which he had known before three and their profits were lost. ,

a. $15,000. 'Then he traveled all the Chambers swore, drew a revolver There is Place In the Heart of Our
and threaened to kill the "Waco Kid," a
way back and awoke to the more
:'I startling fact that the modern knight who "wept" over his terrible mistake
\ of the fleece Apprlt grabbed) the gun out of Cham. .
golden were not to be V
arrested bers' hand. EXCLUSIVE BABY SHOP
tMt When the mad scene was over Pogo
Mr. troubles began
Appelt' a season .
art told Appelt and Chambers t6 go
ago when ha motored to Daytona FOR YOUR DEAR BABY
to a certain hotel in Philadelphia and
'I in a hired car with his wife and a cob I ,
wait for him to go to Texas and get

bler.The latter, after their arrival Introduced the; money with which to make good Your Baby hasn't received the attention that we would have liked to have given it, but now it is po *i-

Appelt to "Charles Pogart their losses Appelt went and wait ble to help you look after the little one' want We have built an excluiive Baby Shop where the little fellow'

a Texas rancher." Popart later turned ed.Then be woke up to the.fact that need are carefully taken care of and at reaacnable price All the dainty little thing that mean so much-

out to be the "Waco Kid." who operated he had been buncoed and returned I Mother hasn't time to make them all now. Dainty hand made thing are also shown-
in before to St.
Daytona going
.' Augustine last season with a clever with blood in his eye to swear out I You will be surprised when you see the immensity of the stocks. s
warrants Mr. has
Appelt never seen
gang of his own, where he held forth the Texa. "rancher" who was to hurry FILL OUT THE FOLLOWING AND SEND TO WILSON COMPANYS' BABY SHOP
ft* until he was killed by a rival "con"
back with his money
leader lucrative whom field.he had barred from the I ACT NOW! GIVE US A CHANCET SURPRISE YOUR BABY '
J. I.. Harrcll a prominent businessman .
r Appelt says Fogart looked the part of Lawtey, was in town Monday.;
of a typical rancher always talked ,
about cattle and horses and "never Let Mrs. Mary Graves Tell Yon Her CUT THIS OUT AND SEND IN AT ONCE
had his shoes polished." But he had a Poultry Raising Experience t

car and took Mr. Appelt and his wife "Three years ago bought an incubator ,if

on many-a pleasant spin. Then the this year IVe made money. Bits Baby's name in full Date of Bab)'* Birth
plot began to thicken. stole my baby chicks Didn't know 1111'j .
j
Appelt and Pogart were strolling: tl1: a friend rave me 'cake of RAT 1 .

about Seabreese, just across the Hall. SNAP. Next morning found two dead j Parent name Street Address City
fax river from Daytona, when they rats in hennery. Kept finding them. 1
picked up a pocket book containing a Suddenly they disappeared altogeth .
S100 bill and ten $10 bills, together er. It's the only sure rat killer. 3 ,
with a thousand dollar bond, some letters sites, 35c die, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed -
LlHP I a number of cards bearing the by D. C. Jones, Stark-Ad"
9 ,'', name of ""11. C. Chambers," and a -. --.
that has little
know chubby
Everyone whom vou a boy or girl not very
months
newspaper clipping showing a spectacular No Worm la a Healthy Child many of age is cor-
advance made by Stuts Motor AOehUdraa. troubled with. Wads bays aa utwwltiiycD'ar.vbfch dially welcome. Let make them happy.
stock the New York stock ex- bxUaHM-poMbkml.-ui'lw: *
on
rule, then I*mac or I : dIMiirtMnm. I
-, GROVES TASTELESS W.-ro"C *lra n atotlf -
fcrtwoarthM wwiki wUl.mlca the Mood.
To Car a Cold IB One Day bs prove tb.dld.stlea.and_...gsa.l8uesgk..ub.Tonic . .
iail T k. LAXATIVE HMO QUININE:(T>bM.) 11Ih. to the what*......... N.....will this. ,
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FRIDAY MAY 27. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. gTARKK. FLORIDA PAGE THREE k'I-

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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. Palatka. The victims were li\ring,on
sides of the road from each
I .y..svvt..r.rsa.J.r..+TJ '. T ..,.,.,..,-------I> opposite
rce i other and both were in their houses
r. when a terrific lightning bolt struck
Live State Newsfc
completely demolishing both houses

I, __ ________ ___ .3 Brown was knocked out into the road
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where his body was found and the
: by Our Exchanges.Mr. body of the woman was blown a hundred .

I:, -- :yards in an opposite direction...
- Both were dead when discovered.The .
Howard of Tallahassee has one ufacture of citrus, guava and other I I
-of the largest and. most valuable collections products of South Florida. The com- body of Courtland Smith, 23. 1t rlI
of postage stamps In exis pany is Incorporating for $50,000 and bearing several bullet wounds was
tence. He has been gathering them has bought a factory site in the south found lying alongside Spruce Creek Sr
I
for more than half a century. end of Arcadia. 8 miles from Port Orange. The young .

man had gone to the creek section to (
Deputy Sheriff John L. Lee who The tomato movements for this search for stray cattle When he had : 9 I jtl''
was shot twice by a negro at Alton year from Bradentown has far exceeded not returned after several hours F. .:
was carried to Lake City and placedin the shipment of tomatoes for Tedder a friend went in search of ',
a hospitaL He was shot throughthe the same period last year. Up to him and' found his body lying face l .
right arm and abdomen and is not Saturday night more than 693 can upward. A resident of the vicinity reported ir'
expected to live. had been shipped. Up to the same hearing two shots in the wood '
Saturday night last year only 45 cars near the creek. A large number of j.
Miami has nine banks with deposits cars had been shipped. More tomatoes men who went to make an investigation -
amounting to $20,723,736 on April have been shinned so far this could advance no theory except
2nd, the per capita being $496 for the season than during the entire season I that Smith may have been killed accidentally .
41,815 people of that city. In 1915 last year. by a hunting party. IH walk

the per capita deposit way $170. ,
Charles Brunsan, of St. Petersburg A Urge herd of cattle were being .
was host at a party at his home last transferred from Merritt Island to
.
The theory has been advanced that
week and the crap game was proceeding the mainland the bridge. The
the explosion of a box of dynamite at over -. fo CamelThe
Miami recentjy which caused the in a satisfactory manner when first drove came acres '.very quietlyand a ,
: the guest acting as lookout went to .
death of a negro laborer, was due to with little excitement, but on .
the concentration of the sun's rays on sleep. The police surrounded the reaching the Cocoa end of the bridgethe .
a cap in the wagon on which the dyn- place and collected a total of $130 in second drove, about a fourth of pleasure is worth it.. There's no sub-
bonds for their appearaftce in court the number turned In their tracks
amite was loaded. I I I from the eleven negroes arrested:The and made a bolt for home. The driv stitute .for Camel quality'and that mild,

city is $130 better off as all bonds trained headed them off
Over 20 square mile in Lee county era on ponies fragrant Camel blend.
have been devastated within the last were forfeited. before they reached the draw bridge

ten days. The timber loss already will | forcingtthem to return. Two'got into The fellow who smokes Camels wants I',
All the floating equipment used in the river and proceeded to swim home .I"
run between $150,000 and $200,000'> 1,.
and includes the oldest and largest constructing the great bridge across while others pranced around the pub Camels. That's because Camels have a :"
pine in South Florida. the harbor at Punta Gordu, was sunk lic park and looked longingly up at smoothness fragrance 'j
a and mildness
,.' by the squall Monday morning. This the long legs dangling from.the tree a you
A negro woman was burned to death included the derrick, the concrete limbs.A can't get in another cigarette.
when fire destroyed the servants mixer, a small tug and two lighters 1 ;;:

quarters of a Riverside avenue residence containing sand, rock and cement. discovery that bids fair to revolutionize Don't let anyone tell you that any other : \
Jacksonville. The flames Most of the equipment has been raised the orange growing businessof
were :
discovered in time to prevent their practically all of it can and will Florida and California has been cigarette at any price is so good as Camels. e..1 : ; ,
spreading to fashionable homes in the be salvaged, but the sand, cement anda made at Avon Park in the way of ; i;,
neighborhood.Three few other things are lost beyond an everbearing 'orange tree, some Let your own taste be the judge. Try ; 3'
recovery. thing which has been the dream of
Camels foryourself. A few smooth refreshing 1I
cars of oranges were exported citrus fruit producers. This tree ina j ;
to Cuba from Plait City last week. More than 3,000 delegates to the email grove owned by C. P. Turner puffs and you'd walk a mile for a Camel, too.
Exports of citrus fruits to Canada thirty-second annual session of Negro i is apparently a Valencia and has, according V
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have been made all through the sea Knights of Pythias, of North America to Turner and others been ;cs
son but it is a little unusual for Plant South America, Europe Asia, Africa producing a continuous crop for eight wM"IrancanA'
City to export to Cuba. and Australia, were welcomed to St. years. It has on it now bloom, green I
,i Petersburg by Mayor Mitchell at a fruit of all sizes ripening and full r
Sugar will be made in Florida next meeting in a local negro church. More ripe oranges. A company is being c1r.ei ''

year in considerable quantities. Several than 4,000 delegates are expected to formed to exploit the tree and they R.J. REYNOLDS Tob" .-.,Co.
companies are now at work on attend the session which Is being helda plan to get enough budwood to produce Wlntun-3..n,N.C.
plants in various parts of the state mile went of that city in an enclosedarea. a quarter million trees by the .
and the industry will probably become The camp is ruled by military fall of 1923.
within few discipline. ..-
Important a years -
from date. The grave of a Seminole Indian who
A married life of lie and the other deputy then talkedto .
fifty years was had been buried with all his equipment -
While boring a drainage well for> terminated tonight when Gui epe Po- which with his body had been the crowd, which had begun to beat I? ILr
the disposal. of surplus water, a well lermo of Tampa attacked his wife placed in his canoe, was discovered' up the negro, and finally persuaded
drilling machine struck a ledge of beating her over the head with a golf recently by C. D. Jenkins a govern them to let the negro go with the NICBUII

granite rock 425 feet below the surface mid-iron, inflicting wounds from ment engineer, while making a har- officers. There was another crowd .
at Orlando. So thick was the which she died shortly afterward in a bor line survey several miles up the waiting in Pass-a-Grille and again :
rock that it required three days to hospital. Polermo told the police she Miami river from here. About the' the deputies had difficulty preventing OX3 t
pierce it. This ledge Is estimated to had been flirting with other men. A skeleton was the remains of a rifle the negro being killed. Carey was taken 2 I I
mob of Latins tried to take Polermo to Clearwater at once to guard
be three feet thick. of old pattern, a large quantity of
from the police to lynch him. lie is beads and other articles. Indicationswere against lynching.

John M. Zonna, 35, held in the Jacksonville nearly seventy years old and his wife that the body had been buried Small rise Michl'lIn-are' made of the I
city jail charged with assaulton was sixty-seven. hastily and it is believed the interment THERES3A! same quality materials, by the same
his wife with a knife and arrested must have taken place at least careful workmen In the same modern o
Thursday hanged himself in his cell. Thirty-one passengers and twentytwo fifteen years ago before the white Theressa, Ma'Rev. Williams, factory that have made Michelin jl
This is the second man to commit men of the crew of the British man's invasion of the Everglades for of Starke preached at the Christian Ring-shaped Tube and other MlcheUK -
suicide in the city jail this week. Zon- steamer Thetis were brought to Miami the Indians never bury their dead church Saturday night and Sunday. product fs.....
na used a necktie for the noose. by the schooner Sarah E. Doug near a white habitation. Charlie Phillips returned home one
lass, from Cat Cay in the Bahamas, day last week from Larkins, where ho r i
William Jones 54, a carpenter of where they had taken refuge after Five well known citizens of South had been employed for the past several -
Jacksonville, committed suicide at the the Thetis went on the rocks Tues Jacksonville including Dr. P. E. month. g* ,
city jail by hanging himself with partof day afternoon. The Thetis plies be. Watts, prominent physician are at S. B. Woodard and son, Samuel, :
a sheet. Jones is the man who was tween Miami and the island of Nassau liberty on bail of $1,000 each and were visitors to Hampton Thursday.
arrested here a short time ago on a and was on its return trip when it deputies hold warrants for the arrestof Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Sibley of Flora- e

warrant from Baltimore Md., charg- foundered on the rocks. sixteen other persons as a result home have moved to our town to i: SMITH'S GARAGE I II
ing him with having married his own of the flogging of F. E. Chambers make their future home.D. .
daughter.One I I Several days ago; J. L. Crews and telegraph operator employed by the W. Moore was transacting business Starke Fla.
| his son, of Tavares became involvedin Florida East Coast railroad at South in Hampton last week.' I "
of the biggest real estate deals a dispute, when the father, gun in Jacksonville. Chambers who claims Major and Mrs. Odour, or Jacksonville j
ever consummated in Palmetto was hand, theratened to kill the son, who to have been twice kidnaped and beat. were visitors at Hope Hall\ Saturday .,
closed recently when Piney Point, 12 struck his father over the head witha en and ordered to leave South Jack. night. Sen. Wardell\ gave an .

miles from Palmetto, was purchased stick several times, and there the sonville within 24 hours, declares he interesting lecture on Mothers Day, 'children were visitors to Starke Sat GlDlmllUJJlDallDDlDmcummlllllll ; 1 PpprO
by the Florida Oil and Refining company row ended. The father continued to I is at a loss to understand why he was also some interesting remarks were .
urday.J. COFFINS & CASKETS .
:\ The purchasers are Texas peo- go about as usual until last Thursday mistreated. The first attack occur- made by Mrs. Odom and Mrs. Carlton :
P. Gufford and son, Joe, of Win.
ple and it i is intended to establish anoil when the father complained of severe red May 6th and the second the nightof Major Odom will\ visit Hope ter Garden motored through here And a Full Lin. of
refinery at the point. i' pains Jn the head and died while May 11th. On the 'latter date, ac- Hall again on the fourth Saturday; Friday enroute to Georgia where they VnJfHoJitfm' Supplitt
1 being taken home. After hearing the companied by another young man, he night in next month. will attend to business for several
Two barges loaded with vegetableswere evidence the jury exonerated the son was returning to South Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. C. A.' Youngbloodwere weeks. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
sunk in Lake Okeechobee a few for the killing of his father. From a country dance when a score visitor to Hampton Saturday. Always on hand. Th. beat Mr- i'
days ago. As a result of the heavy' - of men held him up and after strip- Our farmers are busy shipping cu- The Baptist Union meeting will\ vice at the lowest price. 8pe ; ,
winds, the lake was rough and the'> Pasco county has been hiring prisoners ping him, flogged him and struck himon cumbers, tomatoes and sweet corn. convene with the Baptist church her. dal attention to telegraph or-
waves running high and the barges convicted of minor offenses to the head with the.butts of pistols. S. B. Woodard was shopping in the Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The era. Registered l Embali_. ' I JI
could not ride the rough water. :: a turpentine farm outside the county. lie and his companion claim to have county seat Saturday. Christian convention will also be held .j
: Last week a prisoner who had served recognized several of the attackers The cemetery working at Hope at the Christian church Saturday and DeWTIT C. JONES. .
Building silos on Florida farms con- a thirty-day sentence returned to his and the warrants were l issued after church Friday was well attended despite Sunday and good meetings are ex STARKE, FLA. ..

tinues and the latest to be completedis home in Dade City and told of the the authorities had spent several days the rainy weatper. A large number pected. .. ,xOmasml010tWItD II IIIlUNNI 7 ,
a huge one or the farm of D. L. cruelty and was In such condition he investigating the affair. attended and carried their dinner, i Mrs. Jettie Cox and children, of I
Crum, of Plant City. It measures had to have medical aid. The county spending the day at work. All the I South Florida, arrived here Saturday Garner Hill. Gladstone N. J., Sells : ,;
thirty-three feet in height and twelve authorities investigated the matter, But for the fact that two deputy oak trees were cut down and other afternoon on a visit with relatives. Rat Snap, He Hays "
feet eight inches in diameter. It is with the result that Fasco county sheriffs were close at hand 'when he rubbish-cleared away except one cor- R. M. King and Blanton Owaley were "1 sell and use RAT SNAP. Like to I 0
calculated to hold enough feed for I prisoners were at once taken away was caught by a posse of citizens 'ner which they did not get to. The business visitors to the county seat look any man In the face and tell it's :' '\
one hundred head of cattle for three from the camp and will be put to John Carey the negro who tried to church house was scoured out and Improvements Saturday. the best. It's good." People like RAT :.,
/ months work on the county roads. murder Harry Houston at Pass-a- : made on the pulpit stand Ben Hall Is working in Waldo fora SNAP because it "does" kill rats petrifies .
i I Grille would have been lynched. He and for the choir. few day carcass-leaves no smell Come
Application for letters of incorpo- i Although the edict had gone out was badly beaten being hit on the Mrs. Eula Lee and children of Miami P. M. ,Geiger was a visitor to Wal In cakes no mixing to do. Cats or :
ration have just been filed by the that Miami was to be a closed tight head with the butts of revolvers and arrived here Saturday afternoon,. do Friday. dogs won't touch it. Three nixes. : SBc
Tropic Products Co., of Arcadia who town Sunday with the enforcement to mauled about the head and face by on a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs W. C. Algood and 66c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by D. .
have for some time been carrying on the letter of the Florida blue laws, the the fists of the angry men. Garey Mrs. Jim Phillips. children of Hampton motored to our C. Jones, Starke,-Adr. I IDodaoa' H
operation in a small way in the man- city moved along as usual with cigar fled to Mud key after cutting Houston Albert Beck and D. W. Swindel of town Sunday afternoon. ,
!stores open motion picture theatres who is a foreman for the Georgia Engineering Hampton were visitors here Sunday I Messrs. A. F. Commander and S. B. ..... ........
A TONIC ( filled with patrons and the biggest Company. A posse combedthe afternoon.C. I Woodard were visitors to Waldo Sunday i

lrove' Tasteless chill Tonic restore crowd of the year attending the baseball Island for hours without results A. Youngblood was a visitor to afternoon. Liver Tone ,
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and game at Tatum park. It had the undergrowth In the key being Graham Sunday. R. C. Helberger, of Brooklyn wasa ,
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its :'|been threatened that even the bathing very thick. The sheriff' deputies finally Messrs. D. W. Moore and A. F. visitor here Sunday afternoon.J. "
lengthening,invigorating effect see how (:casinos at the beach would be closed formed the forty men who composed Commander manager of Hope Hall W Batten of New River, was a Instead of Calomel t
It brings color to the cheeks and howit during the day, but an inspection re- the posse into a long line from were among the visitors to the coun- visitor here during the week-end. 6
Improves the appetite you will then J sulted in finding bathing suits being one shore of the i island to the other, ty metropolis Saturday. Sunday was the first bright and Oatanuil I I. quickjdlver. It attack . ,
appreciate its true tonic value. rented usual and several thousand and the line then started the island a sunshiny day that we have had for
I I as up Jim Sloan of Sampson City was i the bones and paralyses the. liver. Your .. I II
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply : people enjoying the surf. the men ten feet apart. In halfan visitor here Sunday guest of rela- several day. The crops are all look I dealer sells seek bottle of pleasant, 1 '
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So hour the negro was located, con- tives and friends.Mr. ing fine after: the much needed rains. bwmlMM "Dodwa't Liver Tone" under Tj
Pleasant even children like it. The blood i| Peter Brown and Celie Williams, a ,cealed in some thick brash. One of and Mrs. Humphrey and children an Ircnoltd, monav-baofc guarantee that '
needs and IRON to I M will regulate tie liver stomach and i .
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Enrich QUININE to Purify andCrip negro man and woman were killed at the deputies waa close to the negro of Brooklyn attended church Little Miss Betty McLane has re. bowel. better than ealomel, without .
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FOCR' ." BRADFORD COtTNTT TELEGRAPH. 'STARKE. FLORIDA
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Bradford Comiiy Telegraph: Alfred Mix McKinney.Rose Hall of Waldo. spent I

,_ =-=- -_- -:: : = c:.._ :: -:.:. Thursday with her- sitter, Mrs
i! Published weekly and entered as Youngblood. ,
J:. second class matter, at the post Truman Dyal and family, of Ziff, LOUR :
Starke Florida.; pent Sunday with his parents I
; office at ,
-- -' --_--_ Mr. and Mrs. B. Dyal, of Sampson .
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\ :..:... E.-S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner pent Sunday at the home of O. W. sGENUINE
Dyal
I Ed Yarborough, of Starke, spent
. i at The Union County Time i I. the new the week-end at the home of Jas. I.
r name adopted by our contemporary Reynolds. .

I ;.'' f in Lake Butler. Mrs. Eliza Strickland and childrenof

., f' Nichols, arrived Sunday for a few I
\ Copious rains are recorded all overt weeks visit. with her mother, Mrs.'

;: the state. Sweet potato d/aws. are Ward.J. ,
) plentiful, and the rain came just in Allen Surrency of Bryreville 1* GENUINE"BULL"
r time to assure a record crop of'sweet visiting his brother this week. From Ii I

:)1 potatoes and big crops of all other here he roe to Tampa to spend a i II

I kinds as well. while with his sons. II I
Gut Wynn, of Jacksonville. spent
A skeleton was lately found in the Sunday at the home of J. A. Graves. I
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tobacco makes
I. woods near Orlando. The skull was Miss Once Grave and Willard
varnished. It i I. supposed that the Smith were visitors to Waldo Friday. flood! !! cigarettes for .

-I deceased came to. his death from Bobby Surrency left Sunday for I
drinking shellac. The alcohol in the Tampa.Mr. lOc
S mixture killed him and the gum preserved -, (;? .
and Mrs. Odell AbernathY spent
hi* bone to act a* a horrible the weekend with relatives at Lulu. itY.:. ;;. ,

ly example to promiscuous drinker Ii I Messrs. Hiram Jones and John McKinney LENS GRINDING SHOP

i of Sampson attended Bible to Lake Butler last week. I
r'r We have often been'amused over *
school here Sunday. Miss Anna Belle Peeples is visiting
a th. recipe for "government wbite.wash" Alfrah Wynn, youngest son of Mr. her sister Mrs. W. B. of : is
Feagle, I
The of Opticial Department our
feature
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up-to-date
; that bobs up IQ the papers at and Mrs. Niriam Wynn, departed this High, Spring.. most important our ,

time. Tht whitewash I is costly and life Friday, May 20th. Me warf Kick J. L. Brown made a business tripto lens grinding plant. We are equipped to grind the most complicated lens in
t troublesome to make, and may be no only a short while before the ft ath I
,;, good after all. As a pint of it Is said angel came. Little Algkh w"fj inlylov H.Lake G.Butler Crawford Monday.wa a business Via- I a few hours time. Saving you the delay of several days when lenses are ordered -

to paint cover should only be a square much yard cheaper, regular, and fifteen able little months child.of age The arid entire wasrf com- itor to week.Jacksonville and St. Augustinelast l from Atlanta. Out lens grinding plant is one of the largest in the state.

certainly better. If the government munity sympathizes with the bereaved -
really uses this wash at all, It is time family. Inman Harrison, of Worthington,
the passed through here one' day past. BROKEN LENSES ACCURATELY DUPLICATED
It quit practice. i
The remains were laid to rest in the H. C. Peeplts was a business visitor -
Wynn cemetery, near Sampson. lie to Lake Butler Saturday.
The "no' fence" bill now appear leaves to mourn his departure, mother Miss Francis Waters is visiting her I lens from which
'. not to have been born with a silver and father three sisters Gertrude, sister, Mrs. Russell Parrish of DukesD. We do not need your prescription-only the broken we

spoon In its mouth, although flourish It. birthwas of Corrie and M. E., and one brother, L. Clyatt made a business trip determine with delicate measuring instruments the exact power and grind a
announced with much
Jr. besides host of other I
Niriam a to Lake Butler Monday.
It that none of the lens the old.
trumpets. seems relatives and friends. new same as
legislators, who might be able to Everybody invited to attend Sunday j
make Impression on their brother : Card of Thanks school every Sunday at 8:30 p. m.
statesman an are willing.to sponsor the We wish to thank the many friends I Mr. and Mrs T. H. Rimes attended ALL MAIL ORDERS ARE RETURNED THE SAME DAY RECEIVEDC.

who were so kind and attentive to us church at Bradford Sunday.Mr. .
bill. This child is abnormal and was ,
born before its time. Wait a few' during the illness and death of our:' and Mrs. Roland Thomas visited H. COLES &. SON

j' years, and there will be no need of a baby. May God bless them all. their daughter Mrs. J. M. Molt, of GAINESVILLE FLORIDA ..
Mr. and Mrs Niriam Wynn and ,
Lake Butler Sunday.J. I
S, no-fence law. At the rate Florida is ,
progressing the doom of the rang Family., S. Brown motored to LaCrosse
rya '
cattle i. only a question of a short Sunday. I ;., .....d...........,."r.'ft'C'C= '= 'U"..."... uu.nnn...... w..n..m .... """
time. DOBSON Mr and Mrs. W. D; Dukes visited .1"
relatives at Providence Sunday.Mr.

has it that.boards Dobson 27.. .Judson Burst and Mrs. T. H. Waters visited!
Tallahassee news May their a circle of friends, a father, B. J.
; of county commissioners of several made a business trip to Lake Butler daughter. Mrs. Russell Johns two sisters Misses Lettie and 1-
counties of the state have telegraphed Saturday. Sunday.J. Irma Johns and brother MerrillJohns
'Lake a MONUMENTS and TOMBSTONES
; their representatives'! to have the pub Messrs. Johnnie Hurst and Clarence W. Townsend, of Butler to whom extend
; we our sym
4 licity bill, now before the legislature, Dobbs were among: the visitors to Ba was in this community recently.
killed. If It becomes a law, public ker Sunday.M. Isham Brown, of Bland, is visiting pathy. Card of Thanks j Call on or|:addre**

i, bodies willjbe, compelled to give accounts H. Hurst made a business trip relatives here this week. We wish to thank our friends for W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE FLA.
: of how they spend the taxpayera' to Olustee Saturday. HAMPTONHampton their kindness during the sickness I: ,
money and this would make graft Helen Brannen and cousin Raiford and death of our little darling. We Local representative of the
difficult.' There I* probably no countyIn attended services at Manning: Sun thank those who rendered service in
27. :Mrs. Idella
the state so well and economically May I CLARK MONUMENT & STONE CO. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
day.Oad Priest and Mrs. Josephine Sullivan .any way, for the words of kindness ,
a governed as Bradford, owing in a Dobbs of Manning, was a business spent the week-end at Brooker, guests and comfort which were spoken dur- '

'' great measure to the publicity of all visitor here Friday.J. of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Plnhol tcl'. king 1 those sad hours. Especially do The largest firm in the south of its kind having served the
accounts and proceedings given by W. Vining, of Lake Butler, made 1
''we thank the
e ; Mrs. J. W. Hsgan and son, John, never tiring physicians, public for thirty-seven years.
the Telegraph. The light of publicity a buslnos strip to this.section Saturday are spending a few days at Gaines Dra. Middleton and Parks, for their I
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prevents deeds of darkness. services. We thank the friends for i We can please you a* to material, design, workmanshipand
Mrs. Marshall Dobbs of Baker, was ville.Dr.
Middleton of Starke, was a bus- the beautiful floral offerings broughti and
chow
price can samples of
the week-end guest of her parentsMr. : you granite, Georgia
The Ft. Lauderdale Sentinel says iness visitor here Monday.D. i as the last token of love and respect.
and Mrs. M. H. Hurst. I Silver Gray Marble and alto Vermont White and
sent Blue
that at least $100,000 has been W. Moore, of Theresas, was at- : Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Johns and Family. -
.. from Broward county during the last Johnnie Hurst and, Clarence Dobbs I tdhdlng to business here Monday. marble
made a business trip to Raiford Saturday I
months to for oil shares,
eighteen pay
., Miss Eva Hodges has been spending , ',
but remarks that "we have heard of afternoon. a few days with her sister, Mrs. ItAIFORD .
Mann. Pearce and Allie and - -
of them building mansion nor sisters -- -- -- -
; none H. Wiggins, of Starke. 'I -
i Beadie, attended services at Manning I' I
buying expensive automobiles from Mrs. Mary Reddish and daughter Raiford, May 27.-Those who attended
the profits earned from such Invest- The farmers of this section are all Miss Lola, of Jacksonville, attendedthe the baseball game at I

ments.". It has never been hard for smile over the fine .rains falling last funeral! of the former' grandson, i';Thursday afternoon were Mi Lawte"l 11"1 Lumber Prices Reach i
week. Low Level
oil sharks to find dupes, and since boring Harvel Johns, Friday. !'I Johnson, Helen Naur\ght, Shepard 1 i

r, for oil has been started at Luce 1 W. B., Alexander left Monday for I: Moore, Clarence Ritch, Walter Whit-

or three points in Florida; many Floridians WOODLAWN St. Petersburg and other points in'' ten. You can now buy direct from our mills and save $10to i
have been drawn into the net. south Florida. I I Mrs. J. H. Denmark and two children I .

No oil has been found in' this"*htate as Woodlawn, May 27.-Mrs. Roscoe Mrs. E. E. Morgan was a visitor to I Mildred and Seeber, returned to't j 1 $15 1 per thousand on your complete house bilk.

yet, and perhaps never wilf. Betterlet Sapp and baby, of Miami,' are here Brooker Sunday.Mr. :ithelr home in St. Augustine Wednes-| i
the professional gamblers speculate for a few days visit with her parents, Youngblood, of Theresa, was day. : Before buying send us a carpenter's bill of lumber required ,

In exploitations that do not even Mr. and Mrs. S. if. Thompson. I transacting business here Saturday.I I Mrs. W. W. Farnell and little son,I I and let us quote prices delivered and I
give promise of materializing. If you Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Johns were visitors i Miss Lizzie Rowe,of Jacksonville, Wilbur, Jr., who have been visiting save you
'4.. have money to invest, you will always to Starke Saturday. was the guest of Mrs. H. B. Peeples I sat' ths home of Mrs. J. C. Jones ret t: from $150.00 to $500.00 on your building. !
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Tind legitimate and safe opportunities .
ikr A large/ crowd attended the sing at Sunday. I:turned to their home in New Smyrna I'
,0.near home. Rev. Phillips' home Sunday night.D. Major L. A. Odom, of Jacksonville Saturday. ; ALL LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE !
e B. Browning was a business visitor -preached at Hope Hall Saturday eve I" Mr. and Mr*. Walter Valencia and \

k There wa a time when there were to Jacksonville Saturday.Miss ning.M.. children, Polly and Stafford,'of Jacksonville : I
l kings in Europe, and we American Mona Green, of Jacksonville, Watterson was in Starke on were guest of Mrs. D. C. : THE PERRY LUMBER COMPANY

turned up nose at their subjects, who la spending the week here with her business Monday. Cason during the week I PERRY FLORIDA
> obeyed their rulers because they could grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Green Mrs. J. C. Keene was a business I W. C. and Earl Whitten, who have .!_ ,
.not help themselves. Now the table. The many friends of Troy Normanare visitor to Waldo Friday and SaturdayS. been visiting relative in Blackshear,

i have turned, and a million or more glad to know he is rapidly Improving B. McCain, of Jasper, was the Ga., for two weeks, returned to their Dressed Framing $28; Flooring, $28; Ceiling, $18; j
American have voluntarily put them from a severe case of typhoid guest of A. M. William and family home Friday night.
: selves under bondage of a lot of fever. Sunday. I J. B. Rosier was a business visitor I Siding, $18; Lath, $5.

swashbucklers termed labor union Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Green, of Jacksonville Rev. Burke, of Waldo filled his appointment -[j here Saturday. ;
It' It. leaders. The subject of European spent the weekend with rel at the Methodist church Mrs. Dona Browning attended services FREIGHT PREPAID
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... potentate were allowed to work to atives. Sunday. v t at the Methodist church at Lake 1 I f...

I/M. suit themselves; the American\ labor Mrs. T. Dowling and children, of Miss Doris Scott, of Starke, was in Butler Saturday I -- -, ---
r.'" kings dictate to their subject both Elalford, were visitor here Saturday. our town Monday. I, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Denmark returned --
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, _:' the term under which they must Misses Gertie Browning and Elva Mr. Roberts, of Hahira, Ga., was to !heir home in Palatka Sat- were visitors to Lake Butler Sunday.Mrs. -

work the men to work for, the men and Nancy Starling were shopping In the guest of friends and relative' urday, after spending several days John Ritch, who has been visiting CRATESfor
4e to work with, and then they must quit Lawtey Friday afternoon. here Saturday and Sunday. here.Mr. relatives here for the past week,
working, whether they can afford It The farmers here are still busy J. B. Alexander left Monday for ]I and "Mrs. Crawford, of Jacksonville ; returned to her home in Valdosta, Ga.
i. or not. If the subject rebel, it I is at gathering beans, corn and strawberries Cordele Ga., and other; polnt..lIorthon were visitors here during the Monday. j

y the peril of untold annoyance and of. for the northern market Cropsare a business trip. past week. Shepard Moore was visitor .1 S\\ eet CornWe
"r:,' ten their live. The Europeans were looking fine. Friday. May 20th at 7 a. nv, the ; Mrs. Onle Hood of Mulberry, who Lake Butler Sunday afternoon.a to

f i branded Ignorant and enslaved, the Mr. Mack Wiggins and Miss Sallie death angel visited our communityand has been visiting here left Saturday Harley Moore and Lacy Caion --L.
:'i$+ Americans call themselves educated Johns were married at the home of took from ovr midst little Harvell afternoon for Johnstown where she visitors to Starke Saturday were.
:t'': and free. Here i* a paradox, indeed. the: bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. Eugene Johns. It was with aching will visit her brother. S. W. .Smith.moved last nlgbt.II'II. have them in stock, 20ct

U Johns, Sunday afternoon, Rev. D. hearts that we bow In humble submis- Dr. and Mrs. Chalker, of the State Norman Park, Ga., going to Jacksonville weekto each, $20.00 per 100.
GRAHAM mission to "Our Father, who doeth Prison Farm, were in town Thursday
,,1.'" U Phillips performing the ceremony.Their 'i to spend a few days before I!i These crate are, made on a
) all things wejl. He had been confinpd afternoon.
\ many friends wish them a long going, on to their new home. new plan and and
',,'I.. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dyal: of Largo and prosperous voyage through life. to his bed only one week before I Mrs. Lewis Reynolds, of Jacksonville Smith has lived here for several Mrs. are stronger
i? I are visiting their brother at Ziff. They will make their home In Jacksonville his death. He had all the attentionthat was visiting her daughter, Mr,. I and we are to lose her years I better ventilated than the com

,4 '" Chesley ,Fogg and family spent where Mr. Wiggins is em- klncll'.renta. loving'friends'and Jim Dowling- here during last week. our midst. sorry from mon kind.Cooper.
Sunday at the home of T. W. Wasdin ployed. killed physicians could give him, but' Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee and daughter I
" J' at'.Waldo. of no avail of Starke, and Mrs. Blitch, of A..D. Andrew. and H. W. Raiford & Snellgrove
: .', Alfred McKinney spent Sunday with He was a lovable child,'nine years :the State Prison Farm were in town were visitors to Lake Butler Monday
!MILLER afternoon.Mrs. .
his eon, Ray at Sampson. t of age, and his friends here numbered Saturday afternoon.B. STARKE Near Depot
.{:. Marvin ;Ogden was. a business vial- by his acquaintances.The D. and W. H. Andrews were vis- A. D. Andrews and Mrs. R. B. ,
tor 'to Sampson Saturday afternoon. Miller, May 27.-B. E. Brown made funeral services were conducted Itors to Starke Sunday. Roberts left Tuesday morning for a

t j I. .L .Ogden spent Sunday sat the a businea ,xtjap. to? "ol' natton last by Rev. N. T. King and late Friday Mrs. Charlie Douglass of Dukes, visit with Mrs. Andrew daughter, Jacksonville Saturday morning, returning
"4' home of Geo. Jackson at CyrDi "* nursd.,.. .. i '. .* afternoon the remains were Interred was In town Saturday afternoon. Mr*. W. M. Graham, of Jacksonville. Monday night.
Oscar Wasdin was a business visitor A few of the younger set attend beside his mother In Santa Fe pond Mis Evelyn White who has been C. A. Canova, of Lake City was a R.
+. to Sampson Friday. the commencement exercises of the. Worthington
; Jay Moody, of New River, is visiting High Springs school.N. fears. *. day returned\ here Sunday afternoorf. ing. I here were business visitors
Tuesday
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. IL Stokes was a business visitor He leaves to. mourn his loss> besides Billy Whitehead and Mr. Johns Sinclair Bryant motored through toro ; guests of A. D.While Andrew here. ,they were








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FRIDAY MAY 27, 1921.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
STARKE. FLORIDA.
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TAKES TANLAC ATTENTION, VETERANS pastorate occurs Sunday, .utaU. will thirty"dare tftrr tb* date ttf the
A large and I first publication of thta .... apply to the a
There will be a regular meeting of interesting Sundayschool Mo*. R A. UrMlt. ...,, e .f Ilrmdfont"
invites you H 10 a. m., J. T. Vunty.. >rt<1 tor'.s enir Mil I lU prt.
!
Bits of LocalInformation J. J. DSckison Camp No. 1617, at the t auction, to' .
WITH HIM ON A courthouse in Starke, June 8, 1021, atIff Quigley, superintendent. .vl. the Nymrnibl.t_....bl.. In* .following ( a. m. All the comrades are expected Senior B. Y. P. U., 7 p. m. property Wi"
I BLACHARD Iota eight (B), Bin ('), and ten (10), la
bpreae'nt. D. LAW
U to ,
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III"hln..I.l. (88)), Keeordlnc to the _
N HUNTING TRIP W. T. WEEKS : Pastor. end lubdlvlnlan' of 3, W ratton'i carver of
Captain Comm.ndt'r.1HONOIUNG the. town of Worthlngton gprliura. Florida.
On l./.fo/ 11_........ .-f This Mat II. mi. ''t.
LczwAt1: .. ... c:._..... T_ NOTICE OF BALE
BATES Notice U horrtr clvrn to all InUrUd A. R. MOORE.: tS
EUGENE THE DEAD prnoni -
WELL KNOWN
.. la the ....tate of W. H. Bola. d.d."dmlnl.trator of the Ealala of W. H. Bode 1
FLORIDA, GUIDE. GIVES that I. A. R. Moan, dralnbtratar of the Mid Pvcraud. ..17...-.-,4
"'- -- ..-<1'f Last Thursday afternoon a detachment -

Louis rt. Hill: of Lawtey, had busif Mrs. A. V. Long and daughters, TANLAC CREDIT of the local'military-company: t

ness in. Starke Tuesday. I Miss Ella Mae and Annie, are guestsat in charge of First Lioutenant J. L.

the home of her mother, Mrs. S. ELBrownleu "Well, I'm leaving shortly for a five Perk, went to Lake Butler to do honor GENERAL INSURANCE

666 Cure. Dengue Fever. 5-13-20U and brother J. M. Brow_ I months' fishing and hunting: trip to the memory of Meal Langford,
lee. through the Everglade, and as Tan- who died for his country; In France In
George Hoffman, of Jacksonville, i. lac has helped me so much already 1918. The' interment was ,at Deklo HAROLDilC. WALL

visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. R. Davis. An:'express car loaded with sweet I'm going to carry a supply along cemetery.

corn, squashes, cucumbers. beans, potato with me," Raid Eugene E. Batas, Atlantic STARKE FLORIDAFIRE
Ninety day velvet beans at Kick- draws and a few strawberries is Hotel,Tampa, Fla., as he made NEW BILL BY HON. REGISTER
liter's. 6-27-21. sent from Starke every day. Besides, a purchase of the medicine of the LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE:

we send off eggs, chickens, Irish and Economical Drug"Co. Tallahassee -
May 24 By :Mr.
Register
R, A. Weeks and family of Brook-
sweet potatoes daily.RubMyTism : Mr. Bates Is well known in Florida, of Bradford, House Bill 898- -
visiting relatives in
er, were Starke
having for years been in local waters To authorize the' board of county

Monday. kills pain. acting as pilot and taking out tourIst commissioners of Union county, to issue /
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666 cures Biliousness.Mrs. parties on hunting and fishing I and sell interest-bearing time
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis had as tripe ,warrants and to provide for the application

J. M. Alvarez spent the first guests Sunday Messrs. McCord, Rod- "I had been in a badly run-down of the moneys derived from KEEP YOUR BALANCEKeep

part of the week visiting friends in gers, Buckman and Heard, all of condition for more than a year," said such issue and sale. Local calendar.

Jacksonville. Jacksonville. These gentlemen spoke 'Mr. Bates, "and Tanlac has simply "

Sunday morning and evening at the made a new man out of me. Before BAPTIST

Rub-MyTism kill. infection. Methodist church on the subject of taking the medicine my appetite was careful itemized of all ofw
Christian Education.The very poor and my digestion so bad The last services of the presentColds a account

Charles Darby, of Madison, was that what little I did 'eat seemed to 'your expenses; large and small, for one

here Sunday and Monday visiting his reading circle of the Methodist give me no strength. Cause drip and Influent ;. 'month. During that month continue to spend

brother, A. M. Darby Missionary society met Thursday afternoon "My stomach seemed and LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE T.blM>lemov tht .
at the home of Mrs. L. A. Davis sour upset BUM. Than I* only on* "3-*no QuInlr.e.' ., Just as you have in the past.
Misses Dora and Flora Cady, of Mrs. J. W. White was leader of all the time and I was seldom free I:.W.GROVE'S*lnmf.ee boa. 8UO.
and heartburn.
Lake City, spent the week-end at the for the afternoon. Mrs. Perrymanand in gas such a bad condition My I nerves was very got At the end of the month check .up your ,

Cady home, east of Starke. Miss White gave several vocal easily excited, couldn't sleep well and total expenditures, and note the monev that,
and instrumental selections. The hostess
always felt tired and out. Tracy'sPharmacy
worn
Mrs. Jerome Maley, of Springfield, served refreshments of grape 'Well, I took several different medicines has been literally frittered away. .
Maes., spent several days of this week juice and wafer. ,
with Mrs. Roscoe McLane. without getting relief, but Tan- The next.step is to open a savings account
lac has fixed me to where I
Bible conference at Baptist church up am with and adopt the habit of in lieu '
just fine. I eat anything I want and us saving 'Y'Yof
Fruit jars, caps and rubbers. J. F. 8:15 p. nt.Friends
Kickllter. 5-22-2t as.much asps want, without suffer. frittering.

here have received the following ing with my stomach, sleep like a log ,.

Rub-My-Tism for rheumatism.Mr. interesting invitation: Judge nights and never feel tired and worn Saving leads to success. Frittering keeps
and Mrs. A. V. Long requests the hon- out. I like to tell what Tanlac has

and Mrs.,Fred Mott spent the or of your presence at the marriageof done for me, and above all I like to Prescriptions ,CarefullyCoumpounded you down.

latter part of the week with relatives their daughter, Ella Mae, to Mr. keep some on hand all the time."-

in Jacksonville. Louis Tilghman Jarmon, on Thursday Adv.J. 1 .

afternoon, June the ninth, at 4 o'clock.

Miss Doris Scott, who is teachingat First Presbyterian church. I IItubMTiam B. Roney, presiding elder, will oc- r
O teen, spent' the week-end with cupy the pulpit. BANK OF STARKESTARKE

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. cures sores. Sunday afternoon there will be an Toilet Articles, Patent Med

educational drive, followed by reports
icines and
DrugSundries FLORIDA
Chief Kite is not exactly built fora ,
Col. A. Z. Adkins spent the first of from committee.
the week in Arcadia attending to bus sprinter, but Tuesday he had a {
iness. fierce race with crowd of negro boys Under State Supervisiont i

who wanted to ride on Peggy. He Mail Orders Especially

666 Malarial Fever. caught one and promised him libertyif PENT-A-PHn Solicited
cures Eo S. Matthews, Pres. G. C. White,Cashier
he would help him catch the rest. e

Mrs. G. W. Alderman has gone to The hunt carried them all over Tho-

Chattahoodiee to visit her daughter, masville suburb,* but fear lent speedto COLUMN LAWTEY FLA.

Mrs.. Marshburn. the fugitives 'and they got away s

A \ from their pursuers.. FOR SALE-One heavy good mulo t.
666 Cures a Cold quickly. I
for sale cheap. E. Gessner, RouteA :;)1
We cash for and
I I pay you eggs
The U. D. C. will meet next Wed. chickens. J. F. Kickliter. 5-22-21 Box 28, Starke. 5-.20-3te l'

nesday, June lilt, at 4 o'clock, at the
residence of Mrs. W. J. Epperson.The The chautauqua means boosting FOUND-Bruce wire twister and the OUR
permit Can be had at this
your town. The place where a person papers.
Children of the Confederacymet lives and brings up a family is the office by proving ownership and

Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clockat most important place in the world. paying for advertisement

the residence of Mrs. O. L. Haynes Buy a season ticket and help your
FOR SALE -Edison Amberola phon-
town.
Mrs. W. E. Mjddleton.and children ograph and 129 records, $65. Apply .
CHAUTAUQUAOpens
spent Sunday in Brooker, where they One of the big plate glass windowsof this office. 6-87-21* 71L

were guests at Mr. Pinholatcr's birth- the Consumers Lumber Co. presents .

day dinner party. a curiosity never before seen, WANTED standard make sewint ,
machine, also davenport both to be
rat
and l is the result of a certain old gen-
666 cures Chills and Fever. tleman in town who, being unable to in good condition and cheap for .
cash. Mrs. Max Klosterman, Starke, t
resist the strains of a new jaiz record June 3rd
= J. F. Fla.
Wanted Sweet potatoes; just received, tried to imitate a It. r
8-22-21
Kickliter. with his rheumatic
sixteen-year-old FOR SALE-Or trade standard makecar .
limbs. Being caught in the act he
Mrs. Flora B. Cady and little daughter as good as new. Will sell cheap

Beverly, left Wednesday for an the flung mirth-stricken a book through observers.the window The at for cash, or trade for city, town or FIVE BIG NIGHTS ", I

extended visit with friends and relatives country property G. M. Inman, .
book went half-way through the glass
in the North. Starke. 6- -4t w
and stuck, and it is right there now. 4
FIRST NIGHT e
The Southern Chautauqua brings And, again, this is not one of Mac's FARM FOR SALE-Forty-one acres

you a vacation, entertainment, relax- I fish tales, either. '. of good land, twenty acres vader MUSICAL ARTS MALE QUARTET, a group of jolly boys who will kindle your'enthusiasm

ation and diversion, to break the dull : cultivation; good xences, good dwel and starts your program In a big way. Well balanced vocal ability, 'a'ftd 'rare Instrumental : r
routine of life's daily rut. j Virginia Weeks, of Brooker, is the ling house and outhouses on land; genius. They bring a program that sparkles with novelty. pt.
guest of Harriett Ritch this week. twenty-one acres of well timbered -. 1

Mrs. Grace Ford and Miss Carrie I land; several acres of river bottom SECOND NIGHT
left Thursdayto
Mrs. E. K. Perryman
J
week to land under cultivation and several
Uglow left the first of the
: join her husband at Newark, N. J., KENDEE CONCERT PARTY, an organization with considerable platform experience,
spend the summer in North Branch, I ball with the In. acres with good timber on it. Located has Trios Duets and Solos
where he is playing which met with universal approval. Scotch impersonations.
three-quarters of mile southwest
Mich. tematlonal League Mrs. Perryman a Violin Solos, all happily and charmingly presented.
of Fla. Good
sailed on the Mohawk from Jacks"" Sampson City, LECTURE IIY PROF. MILTON BROWN on "The Problem of the Unprepared." A clear ''
have meeting water good and good .locality
protracted ,
Baptists to range ,
ville to New York City, where she forceful, interesting speaker, on a vital, up-to-the-minute subject. .
3 p. m. and 8:15 p. m. daily. Mail me your bid. As this place
will be met by Mr. Perryman.
will go at a bargain, it will pay you THIRD NIGHT"CAPPY
H. C. Richard of Palatka, spent the a
to bid on it. Bids will be up June

week-end with his mother, Mrs. Em- METHODIST 1,1021. B. S. Jones, 420 Palm ave., lUCKS that delightful combination irresistible humor and thrillingly dramatic ,! {
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ma Richard. Mr. Richard has many Sarasota Fla. 4-26-* want to miss for the entire of .
Sunday school, 10 a. m., L. A. Davis situations. A play you wouldn't price your season '
warm friends here who were glad to ticket with costumes and beautiful
superintendent All members urg- complete scenery.
again greet him. Patterns-All sort, at a price of
ed to be present; visitors welcome.
Rev. only one dime. Don't think because FOURTH NIGHT a
at 11 ,
service a. m.
Col. W. T. Weeks has in his front Preaching these are offered so much cheaper

yard several sago palms which grow than other makes that they are out of MERRYMAKERS QUINTETTE, the largest singing organization on the program. Melody '

very luxuriantly. Also a date palm See style. This is just an introductory music and mirth, dainty impersonations, delicious comedy, original music arrange

that grows very fast and will prob- price of a pattern house lately estab ments. A program unique and satisfying.

ably .soon come into bearing. G. C. DriggersLAKE lished. Have a look and .ve"from 25 LECTURE KY HON. THOMAS PARIS, "Community Welfare." A man whose work .

to 40 cents. All kinds for all ages. J. is sincerely appreciated and enthusiastically' approved everywhere he goes. He will hold
Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner returned on BUTLER, FLA. W. Morgan. 6- -2t. you spellbound, while he talks of things worth while. 1

Saturday from a ten days' visit with
her daughters, Mrs. Z. J. Roberta and Agent PEACHESI FIFTH NIGHT '

Mrs. W. S. Yelvington, of Hastings. VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKS will goon be shipping peaches. t
Write for prices. L. M. Jones, Mo- ROBERT O. BRIGGS, better known as "Smllln Hob, an entertainer just bubbling over

666 cares Bilious Fever. For all kinds of Tombstones and MOBumentt. lena, Ga. 5134t. with unique and refreshing humor. A musician, cartoonist, humorist and Impersonator, '

A postal card addressed to me! with a personality all his own. You will like him.: *

Rev. ,J. ,B. Money; presiding elder fla. will bring me to To Stop a'Cough Quick LECTURE HY DR. W. R. CADY, who conducts "scientific, experiments, with Illustrations
will at Lake Butler, "the Birth and Death of Worlds." An 1'''
Intensely
of the Jacksonville district, takes HA YES' HEALING HONEY. while he talks on Interesting combination
preach Sunday morning at the Methodist your door with information and prices. cough medicine ""-&ich stops the cough by of entertainment and lecture-unusual and different. t 4

church, his subject being Chris 1."We healing the Inflamed and irritated tissue THE COUNTY FAIR, a pageant, will be given on this night also, by the children of this
tian Kdcuation. Everyone cordially Picked Up Seven Large Dead A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE community. Come and see your own children take part in the Chautauqua program. j +
invited. Rata first Mordning Using Rat Snap"So SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and THE SOUTHERN CHAUTAUQUA SERVICE furnishes this entertainment, and the Ku- '
Croup Is enclosed with bottle of .
writes Mr. B. E. Carpenter Wood- HAYES HEALING HONEY.every The salve reau is conceded to be one of the very best in the country. All these attractions! can be

How's This? bridge, N. J. "We lost 18 small chicksone should be rubbed on the chest and throatof heard for a trifle. It Is entertainment, instruction, inspiration' brought to our door, and'.
HALI/8 CATARRH MEDICINE wfll night, killed by rats. Bought Rat children suffering from a Cold or'Croup. afford to miss' It.
can .
no one "
do what .... claim for It-r Snap and picked up 7 large dead rats The heeling.(fart of Hay. .' Hahn HmM tokto .-
W.
Ifeatnra cauMd by Catarrh. the throw enmbtaMi" with the haling(flM*ofbrura
claim to ur any 'Ner&r!" .?_ ,. next morning and in 2 weeks didn't '. ( -.....1.... Kal. IhiwUb tile font fU
HALL'S 1 { single rat. RAT SNAP is good .ikla MOO Mop a cough.Both Benefit Woman's Club Starke- Florida
through see a
acts
and
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liquid. taken internally rammitM seck..le ow euua ud ta.rat .
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the blood upon the mucous ."'* ;* and sure." Comes in cakes, ready for of lb._bUlecllIle...f
the system thus radurlnit the Inflammation 65c $1.25. Sold and Just ask for HAYES. I'
and reatorln normal condition use.3 sizes, 35c, your drutflot :!
AM DruKKlata.. Circulars free guaranteed by D. C. Jones, Starke. HEALING HONEY. I s
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P- 'i A PACE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. .. FRIDAY MAY 27. 1921.



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7 %I ARMOUR TACKING PLANT AT 12,615 boars, or one boar to every-13 AJachua-

" JACKSONVILLE MAY CLOSE sews In round numbers. Subtractingthe I,, county i la "We <|ot you. Steve! !

: cows, gilt and boars from the three years.CHICKENS. ,
'a Lack of Cattle Will Cause Shutdown total, we have left 572,712 pigs, barrows /

i For Indefinite Period and shoals. .
We know that there were fewer I *
I R That the doling? "Florida's biggest hogs in the state on January 1 thanat E have always yearned to run a newspaper"column"just

l meat packing plant, located in Jacksonville almost any other time of the year,M I, Poultry : sit back and publish other

c la only a matter of days, ii because the larger portion of market in winter, but : people contributions. And here "Steve" comes r

the sum of various authoritative ru hogs had gone to packers and smokehouses do not need across with a contributed advertisement, apd saves

mora; that the abutting down Is expected and spring litters had not ar cording to :', us some work. He keeps his name and address a

",- but the date yet indefinite and rived. I I fessor of : secret-but good work, Steve say we. 'You..tisf,."*
remote la the alatcment of Grant II. Should these sows and gilts mentioned college of : :
j I Crane, general manager of the Armour above farrow only five pigs Green feeds

k' Packing Company. I'each during 1921, it would mean 830 or pasture, THREE.YEARS. ago; BUT ANYHOW. . I took..

t "It baa been expected for some time '820' pigs If only 700,000 of these penile, are I' I TRIED a cigarette. AND-NOW I know, .
t :' but no word haa been received at thin reach maturity, It means an average use means . . .

\ branch from headquarter ordering of 55 pigs sired by each boar,two- chickens. THAT I'D seen advertised, MY BIG mistake.
I -4. the plant to close: Mr. Crane assented thirds of a carload. amount of ; . . '

"110, even if it is to be, the date of The quickest improvement In the have to buy, AND I didn't. .Ilk It. FOR ALL. the. .while.

the shut down is very Indefinite. breeding of hogs la made through the increases the i . NOT A tall, not a tall. I SMOKED ItI
:i/j, Mr. Crane declared that buiilnes at use of good boars, and almost unbelievable concentrates . . .
/ present ia by no mean enough to prices are paid by leading trated mash . YESTERDAY I ran short I FOUND myself. .
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. ,l yu4F keep the plant at capacity operation, breeders for exceptional boars. Why? ly needs to be "BY .
AND HAD to sponge. SAYING, golly.
; and the outlook is not encouraging Because they best know the value of home-grown . . .
Cattle have fallen off to such Pasture is could "
purchase animals. AND ALL I get THEY DO satisfy.
almost nothing, and, confined, to this Prices of breeding stock at this essary to the . .' .

4r' elate as they are, an inferior variety time ore such that any farmer can afford Many peach WAS A .Chesterfield.. "STEVE."

>'f of beef ia all that I la mostly procurable to own a Arst class boar. In fact citrus groves NOW I didn't fancy.

in any event. he cannot afford not to own one, because doubly by I . .
"Florida cattle raiser are demandIng (1)) at our market the margin them. The Air.Tight Tin* of SO A CHESTERFIELD. .
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a price for their stock that I la too between good and poor hogs is wider they would Ask;your dealer to aaoirfoa '
FOR SAYS I.
high to permit of our competing with than usual; ((2)) pigs sired by a good pocketbook ; th.' new vaounm-' took chance at alL I
:, Cuban buyers, who, in the,main, take boar will make the best use of the he would save _led. ant A of SO Ch *t.rHfldt. WASN THAT the kind. STEVE Is no in the Chesterfield

everything on the market. On accountof feed they eat and will be of such quality in the went and compact absolutely, ooa- ' blend-sure thing. No looking I
tick-infestation, Florida'cattle are a* to bring top prices. gathered in AIRTIGHT pack/nf- I TRIED and passed up. anywhere else for 'satisfy'use either.
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not shipped northward, but the quar The breeding season for fall pigs I.i insects. The the e/tfarcttM, keep fret THREE'YEARS ago? because-it can't the be satisfy-blend copied. ia a secretindefinitely.

antine against them does not apply to here. What kind of a boar will sire heavier and .
Cuba."Florida. I your fall litter 7 Many orange I

I + fresh meat and meat prod.i I California are
ucta have not proved popular with the I I II COUNTY AGENTS' REi'ORTSSeminoleFive securing

Florida consumer, and the meat shipped their groves
4 Into this state from other sections carload of sewer. sources of
'
h of the country has usurped the pipe were purchased cooperatively If you have

market," Mr. Crane further added. this week. chard or wood s Q 0CIGdA o

\id It will be remembered that the abattoir sary for you O
1 h
section of the local Armour Hay-I gave three demonstrations greens to t '
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. \ plant was closed some time ago, and In spraying and one on Vequeenlng
a only the meat product\ part of, the bee during the week Local newspaperman E.ETTES

plant kept In operation. This plant III I now publishing an agricultural -
has a total rapacity of 1,000 hogs and section, printing such articlesas Germany's LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co.

,, 500 rattle daily and employed, at ono the agent select ration .
'" time, about 600 people.' economic -

At present les than 100 are employed Putnam-Two day this week I assisted I country. _
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and supposing that the best with women's clubs in an effortto payments'' with
part of the office forte will be keptIntat't beautify front yards and lawns, Including eventually ZIFF Big Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake
?; the little through bond ey If you order your fertWzer
I in event of a suspension of park spaces betweenthe '
operations, few will be affected by street and the sidewalk. the Allies the Ziff, May 27-Some interesting ser- without getting our new price lists just issued. Plentyof

any change ordered by headquarters. -i J on the market mona were delivered at Rock: Satur- Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. fertilizers, In.secta. .

Charles p, Ileckin, treasurer of the Citrus-Recent rains have added them will be day and Sunday by Elders Moody and ... des, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.

local brunch, contributed but little to thousands of dollars to the melon and timately u Markey, E. O. l'AINTEU FERTILIZER CO.:

tl the statement of Mr. Crane, with the corn'crops of this county. There are the United Little Miss Ruby Shaw, of Gainesville JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
250 melons in Citrus than millions of spent the week-end here with ,
exception of declaring that should the acres more
threatened embargo by the department last year and less troubled by disease. Germany can her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. n
ligations Thomas.Mr. E. Engebretsen spent several days of Miss Estelle Wasdjn spent the'weekend
of agriculture be cat- only
placed
'''' on ""Polk duction. If and Mrs. Wiley Thomas and last week with relatives in Jackson- with her grandparents: Mr. and
tle shipments to Cuba, the cattle men -Growers arc spraying with
children, Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Thomas Mrs. O. W. Dyal.
'would be forced to market oil emulsions for whitefly and scale as she is ville.Mrs.
Im'allY'1
on strain become and children, of Cooter Pond, D. L. Rigby and children, and Elundo Maine, Oliver and Gracie
; and an 'even greater activity than before citrus. They are also preparingfor
tor in the spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs.J. Miss Ella Marr, of Starke, were visitors Sparks, of Mounteocha, were visitors
would result in his business. summer fertilization.
H. Kelly. here Wednesday.G. here Saturday afternoon.
she has '
The Armour investment in Florida -
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I' la very considerable, he stated, and Osceola-Mont of the week has been best markets s'I H B. Thomas was in Brooker Sat. H. Barker and H. C. Wimberly, Mrs. Salisbury' and Lois Mood

it' 't any cognation of operations could devoted to organizing truck growers. her competition urday. Jr., went to Jacksonville Friday on were visitors to Brooker Thursday.

hardly be anything but temporary. Thursday night, May 12, a meeting her obligations Miss Ollie Kelly spent the weekendnear business.J. I John.Roberts, of Oliver Siding, and
was held for the purpose of perfecting depends on her Gainesville with her friend, Ellen L Marr and Ed Marr were visitors II Edgar Sparks, of Micanopy, were

SOW ItEGGARWEED SEEDS IN a growers organization, which trial success, Howard. to Starke Saturday.Mrs. visitors here Saturday afternoon.Mr. .

rl CORN DURING FIRST OF JUNE was done successfully. her Those visiting at the home of Mr. Stearns Moseley and daughter and Mrs. O. W. Dyal spent Fri-
may be forced and Mrs. J. B. Thomas Sunday were Hattie, were shopping in Starke on day at Ziff.

.'. Beggarweed seeds should be sown Lake-During the 'Week I gave a Should such Mr and Mrs. Henry Shaw and children Monday.
Mr.
and Mrs. Clem Gibson of Lulu
t +, In cornfield during the early part of demonstration on how to apply'bor. preciable Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Howard and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly left Mondayfor have been ,

rf June. Of course the seeds from last deaux paste to the recut stems in or tions, despite daughters, of Gainesville, Misses Avy St. Augustine to be gone several and Mrs. Jas.visiting her parents, Mr.

v year' crop will produce a crop income der'to prevent loss to watermelons in lies, there Starling, Atha and Opal Lewis, Ollie days.. ) Reynolds.
fields but where a good stand I Is. transit from stem-end rot. Most of What Is true Padgett, of Graham, Ellen Howard of I Dr. W. H. Hudson of Jacksonville, Lacy.Prevail, of Ziff, was shopping

desired and risk is to be eliminated, the fruit growers are following the ligations held Gainesville, Messrs. John Shaw, of spent the week-end with relatives. here'Saturday.Farmers .

1 + neds should be sown. Instructions of the county agent in will be true LaCrosse, Ardell and Eugene Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lang motoredto of our section are busy

A. P. Spencer, vice director of the pruning, spraying and fertilizing. I I countries. In of Brooker, Gid Howard, of near Jacksonville Saturday. shipping beans.

University I might be found I Gainesville, .Purvis Lewis and Ellery Fred Moore, of Lawtey, visited his Lewis Matthews and family spent
Marlon-I caponized 20 young cockerels sity for friends here Saturday Saturday in Waldo.

8 to 12 pound clean seeds to the acre. in demonstrating this week. modification of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mills and Messrs. Fred and Barney Lang Lonzo Goodge, of Sampson, was a

4! I From 16 to 20 pounds will be required Several farmers saw the operations, many's of Starke, spent Sunday at were business visitors to Lawtey on business visitor here Saturday.
it uncleaned seed are sown. many taking turns to do it them of time. Yet home of his brother. K. Mills.Mr Monday. to spend the summer elsewhere.

Beggarweed seeds are expensive I selves. cation would and Mrs. W. H. Shaw and sons, Harold Pearce, of Lawtey, was a Forty guests were present and the
and some farmers may not wish towed ket value of Gainesville, spent Saturday and I visitor here Monday. evening passed pleasantly with social

ao heavily. Four pounds sown I !I' lead to with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kel j, S. A. Bryan, of Starke, was a visitor conversation, music by Mrs. E. M.
one season will produce enough seed world finance, ly.J. here Tuesday. Davis and recitations by Mr. Lander.

for a good stand the following year. i Tonic obligations will W., R. P., L. R. and E. J. Lewis John Andrews, of Lawtey, was in At the close of this delightful,even
This method, however, unless put into fluenced. Mrs. J. B. Thomas were business town Saturday ing brick ice cream and cake were

practice last. year, will not bring returns I' Germany to Brooker Wednesday. served. .

f for the present year. For Women bargain than Miss Ollie Padgett, of Graham, I GRAHAM
? tame control of the week-end here with Avy
TASSELING CORN NEEDS FERTILIZER and Sugar From Wood.
merce, Graham, May 27.-Zeke Parrish
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I "I was hardly able to drag, I expansion of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen, Mr. and and son, of Sampson, were business wood.Now Chemists they're milking l1a\'lo sugar out of

was ao weakened" writes Mta lieved of the J., W. Morgan, of Brooker at- |I visitors here Monday, can take found that they
a ton
The critical' with of eon;dugt and get, *
period growingcorn W. P. Ray, of Easley, S. C. main territory, church at Rock Saturday and 1 Tom Wasdin and wife, of Waldo, Quarter of a ton of sugar/ out of It
is when" it bunchea to tassel. arations
"The doctortreated were here
me forabout Monday on business The process
f That i is the time when it needs plenty two months still I didn't share Mrs. Ida Howard i Miss consists of putting the
get and little daugh- Ruby Dyal spent the first part sawdust Into u ct..c! ", n>tort and sub
A of food to mature Its flowers. C. K. any better. I bad a large family Exchange. of Gainesville, spent the weekend of the week with her sister in Waldo. Jeering It to digestion .with n weak: so

McQuarrie, state agent of the agricultural and felt I surely must do with her brother Miles Kelly. Wiley Edmondson, of Sampson, was lution of sulphurous acid nudor a pressure
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extension division, Universi something to enable me to take Mrs. Sallie Prescott, of Graham, is 'a business visitor here Tuesday. of from uluety to cue hundred

ty of Florida, suggests a top dressing 'care of my little ones. I had a while here with her son, Roy McKinney, of New River, wasa pounds to the square Inch. Eighty pet
of a quickly available fertilizer. This heard of Watermill, L. Prescott. visitor to our town first of the week. cent of rh<. augur, thus obtained la fee

fertilizer should be rich in nitrogen; J. Godge and John Shaw, of LaCrosse, spent the Frank Jones, of Sampson, was a mentn chuloso.le." The product Is called "sne-
soda of tore to
either nitrate of or sulphate
business
with his friend, Ellery visitor here Wednesday.
Is such material. Mr. and Mrs.
a. ammonia a Will Jones
spent Tuesday at
20(7 to the CARUUITb ed church Samp the QulnfaK Tbat Dot Not The
From 150 to ( pounds acre at Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen and sons son on business. Affect Heed

', of either of these fertilizers will be Mrs. J. H. and Vance, Mr and Mrs. T. Mr, and Mrs. Wealey Dyal return- n by Co'IMrMI QUININE(T.bb.:1 cs bet esk.u

found effective. This should be applied Brooker Hazen of Brooker, attended ser- Jed' from Hampton Monday. bthsMae Corns ,wkhoe EWGRUyx'selaoetw.aboa.caseing aer.au -. or r1n lnl
era
on fresh soil; that la,soil fresh. Mrs. W. R at Rock Miss Olive
Sunday.
Woman's Tonic Padgett, of Ziff,
was
ly plowed. Cultivate with some shal In New River Mrs. Ellen Padgett and daughter, here Wednesday shopping. Don't Always Blame Hens Wizen the

low-running implement. Broadcast Bryan. ; of Graham, spent Sunday Wiley Edmondson of Eggs Are Scarce
d the fertilizer and work the land im 1 decided to try d." coo- John Shaw, of Sampson,
her brother, S. L. Prescott was a visitor here Rats be
tines Thursday. may getting them-U. S.
Mrs . 1
mediately afterward to incorporate Ray took!: day afternoon I '
Misses Bedie Croft and Myrtle Lee Byrd returned Friday from government bulletins know
bottles they
t the nitrate of soda or sulphate of ammonia eight In an . .1 regained Mr. and Mrs. a prove
my strength and harehad of Brooker, attended rvf- visit with friends i in Gainesville and I how to get them. Break a cake of
with the soil. er, spent
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at Rock Sunday. Archer. RAT ,
SNAP into
small and
: the fertilizer in DO more trouble with womanly ing the pieces
It is best to apply
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Graves and Place where rat travel.
the afternoon because the moisture weakness. I have tea Mrs. A. L. Miss If there, RAT
HIGHLAND Onie
children Graves were visitors to SNAP will' get 3
will condense rather than, evaporate, and am able to do anuy Muse Rhoda I Waldo them-positively.
housework and a lot out Wednesday. sizes, 35c, 65c, 125. Sold and guaranteed
Alva Thomas :
as in the morning. doors Highland, May 27Mrs. R. C. Mrs. H. F. Price of by D.
. .1 can sure' rscont- Brooker Friday.Mr. '. King l.nd, Ga., C. Jones, Starke.
mend CarduL"Take Miss Winifred Wimberly is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jake ...
'BREEDING SEASON FOR FALL and Mrs.
Harry Wimberly attended the Roberts.Mr. No Worm Child'AJl
LITTERS AT HAND I II Careful today. || may er, passed game between Jacksonville and and Mrs, Rufus Johnson la a Healthy
children
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be]Just what yofl need. ing! enroute to I at Lawtey Thursday. business were tooubUd with Worms haw aa aabsIteyeelCt -
visitors to the wbJcla IaodIcar pow Weed,sad as
i Theiw were in Florida on January I At aft druggists. Tom Markee Messrs. D. W, Byrd and C. M. Click Monday. county seat ...... tb.le ta mole s few stomach ..nGROVE'S -__
761,497 hogs, according to tor to Brooker \ TASnuss: : stirs, TONIC eivea rasa-
1, 1921, Of as Jacksonville were transacting htis- Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal and fnmily laelr for two_tats wwu wW eDrtcIa u.. .........
Federal census reports. I P. A. Crosby .
latest there Thursday. and Joe Durchell Imtxa.etb.dtet.elooamo sows and gilts and business visitor enjoyed a fish suit, TOGIcIO tbs whoi_. Haters will tbM
: these, 166,164 were E. Wilkinson and daughter, Mrs T. fry;St Santa Fe lake Thursday. taro,oO- o* ...... th...........tIa.Cblldwlll....
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FRIDAY, MAY 27. W21. BRADFORD COtTNTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
PAOK! 8EVEH:

.,.It.ublbhrd

r time of the telling which he believeda Keeps getting higher ideas about a Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville on. a wok fur four eon.euJra

EX-GOVERNOR CATTS ARRESTEDON : voice from heaven-directing him job all the time. was visiting relatives in Lawtey Mon- .w.rk........In....the published Bradford" In said County Bounty T.I.and..."".'..18.e

I to demand a recount of the Gainesville Well here he comes. Got a job yet Thai May n, mi.

PEONAGE I precinct votes. The recount was boy? day.Harold Pearce was transacting business (Seal) 0. W.Clrrk.ALDERMAN.ttmilt Covrl

CHARGE IN ALBANYIS demanded and turned the tide. .Naw, them fellows don't want a boy In Jacksonville Saturday. Ry C. A. KNIGHT
1J.
These things and many others were -says that's a man's job. Charlie IlIll, 'of Palmetto was the E rt7TCn, tkpd7. ctark' 1 t >>,

recalled last night while, reporters Well I am ready to start for home. guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. L. Solicitor for Complainant.tOtl- -lT 'n"A -

THOUGHT TO HAVE BEEN ON repeated officera said, he knew no one waited in automobiles to trail the car Going along? H. 11111. NOTICE!: OF AN ELECTION ::

HIS WAY TO TillS COUNTYTO in Albany and 'had no way of mak in which the former governor rode.. Sure thing. Nothing doing in this Doyle Bruce and George Boyer of .*By... the of Florida power veeted the. Board In them of I'ublld by the,..School.,.- .r a

GIVE HIMSELF UP: ing bond here. lie also kept repeat Last night when the man came to old town. the U. S. navy came Saturday and Uon of Bradford ...unt". ......... an election 1
to be 1
held at the ''
ing that his town he under conditions vast Let me drive your old mule.Don't will spend few Powllnr aehool how o. .
enemies would not let him came a days at the homeof Saturday. Juna 4th. ivtl. for the purpne of '

Albany Ga., May 21-Former Governor alone. He said he had more than once ly different from his former visits. believe you know how f their parents Rev. and Mrs. E. D. the_tabll ahova.hln>dwrlhed a "_1.1 Tat ttohool .bletrtet of
territory.
Sidney. Catts of Florida gave .:-gned negroes' bonds for as much as There was no welcoming party, no Yes, I can. I drove a mule for a Boyer. trvuUoe and to determine the amount to ut of threat a.II- I
I his but committee and not even the man in Jacksonville most an hour until Miss Eunice law. to be aa .ie. '
bond today in the cum of $2,500, following it seemed when a man got in- glad-hand Dinkins of Jacksonville For the Parpoee of tioldlnr laid .1..._
: his arrest by local officer on a to trouble every man's hand was electric sign In front of the union station the old fool turned around so visited her parents here Satur- Cordon the following Harm n are appointed. O. B '.
,
federal indictment for peonage in against him. Catts who was formerly blinked out its "Welcome to quickly he tipped the Wagon over and tarn L.Johnnie W. KICKUTER.Addleon.
day.Rev. .
Florida. He left at 1:55 for Jackson a Baptist minister asked the Sheriff Jacksonville legend. No one deferentially smashed up a lot of cases of eggs and M. Linasry, of Jacksonville II. n. WIGGINS Nt&rp. Chairman.rrrmov .

to send for Jae. Allen Smith pastor bowed and scraped not even the the man got mad and got after me preached at the Grace Methodist

ville.Five. Albany citizens signed the! of the First Baptist church, and public chauffeur who almost bumpedinto with a' big whip. Then I flew. Hain't church Sunday morning In the ab- FOR ELECTION

this was done.Jacksonville. him as he left the waiting room had a job but once since. Then had of the Honorable Board >>ubll. Instruction. Brad
bond. Mr. Catts wa assisted in securing sence pastor Rev. II. H. Black ford County. Florida> ,
: bondsmen by Rev. James Allen door. to'take it out in a ride in an old bug who left the first part of last week for w., the undrnlirned patron of Dowllnc

Smith pastor of the First Bap- May 22.-Last right Instead of the usual crowd of curious wagon. That's how I got here. He I Massachusetts, where he will spend school election petition to _tablu your honorable a aperlal body tax dlatrlct to call .to.

tist church of Albany, and Rev R. J. Sidney Johnston Catts former gov- with whisperings of "there's the stuck me here but I don't cars. What a few weeks. The pulpit will be supplied be trlrt known, the a. Uowlmr Special Tax School 11...
aame to embrace the following ...
? -
O'Bryant, pastor of the Bayne Memorial ernor of Florida under indictment by governor now," there was another yername from the conference every Sun- .crlbed property
a federal grand jury In the Northern, kind of crowd station loungers Brown's my name? his Orrtlone til. U. 14. Sft. '.. IT, 04. I'. It
Baptist church the latter day during absence.
a per and Earl Half of 5... ,a. Twp. 4 South R M i
sonal fiend of the former governor. district of Florida on" churn- of newsier and chauffeurs. "That's him If I take you home give you a good J. T. Moore, was a visitor/ to Jack- Raat. rVetlone 1. I. S and North Half of
feed good bed will help wife dec. 4. Twp. S, R 10 Fan, Sectlona. 111. It
peonage and also unter Indictmentby you my
: said audible.
Before the federal bond had been there see one entirely sonville Sunday.Mr. II. Twp. 4 Ran. II Raai.JOHNNIK .
signed Sheriff Tarver received a telephone the Bradford county grant Jury "Wonder if they'll pinch him here or around the place? Do anything. she and Mrs. J. B. Dye and little ADPISON.

charged *'.'l mis-feasai-e and ma'- wait and him out of bed." wants you to do ? KDPIB: KITI.KR.
message from the attorney drag son, J. B. Jr., of Jacksonville spent J. W. ADDI80N.

general asking that Mr. Catty be held feasance of office came to Jackson Neither of which came to pass. Oh yes. I'm mighty handy around Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.A. B.LI KEY mt.T !:. '
GORTON
tho farm. C
for the state authorities after the ville. Mrs. Catty was in Jacksonville yesterday M. Blanchard. S. R., ROHINBON.A .

federal bond was made. Sheriff Tar- Yesterday he was arrested :n Albany but is said to have left earlyIn I thought you said you could drive? Miss Enza Blanchard, of Palmetto, W. (W. DORKS.WAAFMAN.' '

ver asked the attorney general to Ga., on the federal warrant and the evening with her son-in-law, K. What are you hitting 'every stump I. spending a few days at the homo JOB! (,RA WP'ORD.

have' Governor Hardee of Florida was admitted to bond of $2,500. One R. Paderick for West Florida. The you come to for? ; of her parents. J.SAM T. RARRCI.U HARRELL.: .,

send a_telegram containing this request year ago yesterday he was the chief former chief executive was met at the Let' em get the old stumps out of Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his appolntmenfat M.O. S. PYAI. : .
L. HARRELL "
and stating the amount of bond. executive of the state of Florida. icpOfby Mrs. Paderick and driven to; the road if they don't want them hit. Inglis Sunday.Mr. -- ;

After a considerable wait the attorney Last night as Sidney Johnston n Catts the Paderick home at 4107 St. John. Wait there what are you driving and Mrs. L. H. Hill and son NOTICE OF 'ELKCT10VBy ;

rode through Riverside avenue'en- avenue. into that ditch for? the power vested In them hy the school
called and
general was again and Graydon Mr. and Mrs. W.
up Jones laws
ofM .
Stele of Florida, t" Board of
urged to hurry the telegram from route to the Paderick home reporter After it became known here that I didn't. The old fool went there I':, Torode and children Mrs. Katherine Public Instruction of Bradford County, here, J!t;
who trailed the Paderick hisself. Guess he that I,,, calls an election to be held at the Branae
motor
car saw big stump
Governor Hardee but the attorney Mr. Catts had left Albany before au- Teare, Mrs. A. A. Smith and Char- achnolhousc June 4, ltd. to ""'.",,'n. ...._... ,
general replied that he and the gov- were reminded of a scene enacted on thority had been received there to and wanted to climb it. lie 11111 were visitors to Kingsley lake Twp hp territory Included In Sections 11. II. fJjI
I South. Range If F_'. Sectlona 1 .. .. WI
the .
same thoroughfare three yeaago. Here drive. I can drive an automobile I
ernor would have to hold'a; lengthy hqld him on the state charge of accepting you Sunday afternoon. 1. S, IT. 10. and West Half of Northwest
conference first. Then Gover. Catts, resplendentin 4t bribe for the pardon of a better than I can a mule. S. W. Leach of Jacksonville was a I Quarter and Southwest. Quarter af S... 0. .' f
{ and West Half Sec. In, Twp. S (South Rang
the of the uniform of Got automobile?
Mr. Catts insisted that the attorney 'dignity n negro it was thought that Bradford an visitor to Lawtey Saturday and Sun- 20 East shall be made a apeclal. tax achnol .'

general was attempting to delay mat- major general of the army astride a county authorities would endeavor to No, but maybe 111 buy you one if day. I dlatrlct\ and tha to amount elect of three nilllag trustees to and b. as1fJ determine - to.

ters and harass him in every way possible strapping white horse rode 1It the affect his arrest on this charge following you are a real good boy. Mrs M. L. Loadholtz of Jacksonville ." ..
head of which Continued Next week tha snrpea of holding laid election !*.
parade formally ( )
whereupon the sheriff informedthe a his arrival in Jacksonville. spent several days in and ,,near followlnir "' .n_... are app.Inl.d. J. L. .i.iP4tv.t.
opened the Florida State Fair. ., M. L. Addlson. and L. C. Hod-..
attorney general that unless he Sheriff Epperson of Bradford county I. wtey last week with relatives.

received a message from the governor Behind him came his staff, also stated over lhe long distance telephone LAWTEY Miss 'Louise Blanchard, of Jacksonville If.; B. W1OOIN8. 1. W. KICKI.ITF.R Chairman 1
with of uniforms Secretary. .
before 1:45 p. m. 'he would releaseMr. mounted a wide variety however that he understoodthat spent Sunday with her par B-IB-4t-
27. J. II. Moore ,
touch to the Lawtey May was
adding a military
Catts, who wanted to leave for the former governor Intended to ents. NOTICB OF MASTER'S SALB
Jacksonville at 1:55. The messagedid picture. To the right of the then governor return to Starke to surrender and transacting business in Jacksonville Allie Peele returned to Lawtey laat Hereby notice Ic given that nnder and' by I
General J. B. Saturday. virtue of that certain 101...... <<
rode Adjutant decree of
and the former he would make offer to week from down the and
not come governorwas no intercepthim a trip state made and rendered by the Honorable A. V.
Elder V. of Live
Harry Skipper
allowed to depart. He declaredto Christian, wearing the uniform of his in Jacksonville. Attorney Adklns, left Monday for Jacksonville where Lang Judge of the Eighth. Jndtetal Circuit. . ,
Oak filled his regular monthly of Florida In chancery alttlng. In tha Circuit i
appointment -
then '
Two of the
members \-
rank. g
the last that he had been persecuted of Starke said to be Mr. Catts legal he will spend a few days. Cnurt for Bradford.t County Florida, on tKa
but was fervent in his thanks for ernor'g family also participated in theIItafl' representative! there, also stated over at the Lawte Second.Advent The Landsay baseball team from Ord day. of May. A. P. 1BIII. I. favor of J. K.
J. Jr. church. Thursday and Friday Nlcklc as complainant, and against C. J.
the courteous treatment he had.re- ensemble Sidney Catts the telephone that the ex-governor Jacksonville played their second game Johnson, aa d.I.nd.nthe undersigned will
later appointed adjutant general of evenings. While here he was the offer for ..1. at the front door of the courthouse
ceived in Albany. intended to surrender to the authorities here Thursday with the Lawtey team. In Starke. Florida during; the legal
guest of his daughter Mrs. E. E.
Before leaving Mr. Catts informedhis the state, and Rosier Catts youngest in Bradford county. The score was 6 to 1 In favor of the hours of sale on
at the Burney. MONDAY. THE SIXTH PAY OF JUNK: 1911.
of the then who
son (executive
bondsmen that he had been to Sheriff W. H. Dowling stated last visitors
to the highest and best bidder for rash thafollowing
and
born to Mr. Mrs.
naval aide to his father. A son was
time was that he had been described property f
British Columbia and did not learn of night officially not
Ed Rowe last Friday.J. Southeast quarter .if northeast quarter eif
the indictments against him until he Other dignitaries followed also In the advised by the Bradford county sheriff FORD PRODUCING 4.000 CARS A section ....."-' ... fin) I also. tha west half. 'i
wake of the man on the white horse M. Bond of Jacksonville was DAY of the northwest quarter and seventy (101
that the former
was enroute home when he received a governor was wan the guest of :Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore yards deep. on tha west aide of the east half
telegram from his wife. When ar- and the parade was an entire success ted in Bradford and therefore had no of the. northwest quarter of section twenty: '
from Miss Annie Wiggins of Jacksonville Inn (14). township five (fit. range ...I.h....
standpoint. Ford Is at full
rested he had in his possession a tick- every authority to place him under arrest.A at the home of building cars speed. (Iff) couth and east, aontalnlng one handed) ,'
et from Cincinnati to Jacksonville and Last night the one-time governor special dispatch to the Times- spent Sunday And, Recording to an official state thirty-two (III) acres, more or -.
her Mrs. Louise Low- J. 11:. FUTCH.
was waiting here for a connection. showed that whatever else he may Union last night from DeFuniak stat grandmother ment from the factory at Detroit the WILLr.r.i:1: Master In Chancery, .

have lost he retains his self-posses ed that Mr. Catts had to in ery. demand for Ford cars and trucks still JOE: HILL ::
appear Solicitor for I-St-'"
Mrs. J. E. Brown went to Waycross Complainant. -
sion together with numerous other exceeds the the fact
Capias for Arrest Pensacola Monday morning to make output, despite -
Albany Ga., May 21.-Former Gov- possessions, real and personal scattered formal bond on the federal peonage Ga., the first part of last week returning that a new' high level of production MASTERS: "A...
Friday accompanied by her Notice la hereby that under and In
given
ernor Sidney J. Catty of Florida was it is declared, generously over charge before the U. S. commisitioner. has been reached. pursuance of a certain final decree of foreclosure i
arrested here this morning on tele- the state. Hewas clad in a well fitting In that event the former son, Louis, who will spend a few days By the first of May the figures representing of sale, made and rendered on ii,.
governor before returning his work in Way- tn.l day of May. A. D. 1H21. In and. by U.. g
graphic advices from the United suit of gray and wore a broad- will be compelled to leave Jackson- dally production were in Judge of the Circuit. Court In and fur Bradford p

States marshal at Pensacola statingthat brimmed black felt hat of the style ville this morning for that city. cross. the neighborhood of 4000( a day no certain County cause therein Florida,pending In ....n.. wherein..",. In Rllaha,that fS Q

acapias for his arrest was held much affected by politicians and pat I Rev Henry Ezell of Bryceville I the May schedule was Met at 101,120/ Kite, I. complainant, and Elijah Kit. and ,
presiding elder J. B. Roney and Mr. Mary Jane Kit., hi. wife, are rinfendanta.I .
medicine doctors. Including the output
ent and trucks not
there on an indictment in the Northern cars shall offer
I A. S. Crews as Special Master 1'
United States district court of lie also wore the collar the purchase McCall, of Jacksonville gave a religious of the Ford: Canadian plant or for sale. at public outcry and will) aell to '
FARMERBROWN picture entertainment at the M. I tha highest and. beet bidder for cash befora i
Florida charging peonage. The mes- of which at Albany yesterday any of the foreign assembling plants. the doors of the. enurth...... In Starke, Bradford I t
from Marshall Miller stated the brought about his arrest. E. church South last Thursday, even- The output mounted daily; May 12th County Fliirlda. on Monday. the tlth day '' or
sage and of Juna, A. P. ml. during the kcal houra S
former governor might be released on Publicity apparent! was as dis- Hey, Snyder where (is DeWItt O. ing to quite a large appreciative brought forth 4092, the greatest number of .. ., the fallowing described property. to-

bond of $2,500. tasteful to the former governor as Jones? congregation. that have been produced i in- one wit.,Southeast Five acres Quarter In the of Southeast u.. Northeast corner Quarter of fl.th. .

The former governor was arrested during the last months of his periodin I think he is down at his bottling day this year. Since the month ha. I and the North Half of the Southeast
1'
fat the union passenger station as he office.. Local newspapermen' plant. Anything I can do for. you? 25 working days, present indications Quarter Five South., of Kanga Section.......nt".n.Twenty-five East, Township Also *1,. y e

'was waiting for a train to Jackson- vividly attempts to interview him on Well, I've found a party I think will point to a new high record.A West the Northwest Quarter of Quarter the Southwest of Section Quart-Thirty of 7'1 n

ville. The arrest was made by Sheriff the occasion of his last official visit to buy by oil stove. I am to bring it in comparison of Ford production Township Five South Range Twenty-two E.. b

O. F. Tarver of Dougherty county Jacksonville. Though his position ''is tomorrow and let him see it. Guess figures. for 1020 and 1921 discloses containing 1 Also' In the all F.ast Ninety-five Half of lot acres TwentyfivaIn .more oeleas. 1, 4.,

and Chief of Police Lockett of Al- now somewhat changed, his 'attitude I'd 'better take out one of them new the fact that for April. 1021, the out- Woodlawn. In Section Thirty Township

bany. toward the press apparently has undergone ones. Samantha's bound to have one, put was greater by 34,514 than for Five Five South acres Range, more Twenty-two or 1.,.., Also Eel lot, containing Number : '

That the former governor's presence no regeneration. He still refuses so 111 just take it out today. the eorre..pondlnlmanth of a year Nine Numlier and Twenty.four West Half of In the Woodlawn cut Half oIxit In. (M

in Albany was discovered by a to speak for publication. I'm very sorry Mr. Brown but we ago. The output for May, 1921 will Section Thirty, Township rlv... South at 1

clerk in a clothing,store where Mr. What'hill plans for the future are have sold out the last one in stock probably overshadow May 1920 by I and Range one-half Twenty-two. acres,,more East or, containing 1_. All In Twelve Bradford ) (a

Catts purchased a collar was stated he would not say. Nor would he divulge but ewe will have some In tonight or about 15,000 or 20,000 cars and trucks. count,. Florida. N
under
and Sail CRKW.
Ship
by the sheriff after the arrest had his destination. However, there the first thing in the morning. It Approximately 43,000 men are at A. Special M...... w

been made. While the governor was was no law to prevent insistent re- beats all how fast they sell. You can the Stars and Stripes to work in the Detroit plant of the Ford A, ". ADK1N9.Snllcllor for. Complainant II.... -.-. t ''

changing collars the clerk noticed the porters from making mental bets that get one when you come in tomorrow all parts of the world Motor Company. The factory is operating >

laundry mark "S. J. C.. In the old they knew where he was bound even Well, she will have to use the old cook with the Stars on'full time nix days a week NOTICE: OF ELECTION y

collar and guessed at the identity of if he did not. stove till I get back tomorrow., Be SHIPS Stripes blowing and three shifts a day. the BB Hoard IT KNOWN.of County That Commlsalvnera we. aa m.mb.r..e In aye a I p

his off" The former governor was as debonair sure to save me one.I "We were never in better condition for tlradford County, Florida' In pursuance
customer The/clerk "tipped from their masts are once to Chapter ItVII. Lawa of Florida. ._tl.. 1
the sheriff, who immediately tele- as a man under two indictments wonder where that boy has gone? more sailing the seven seas. than we are right now;; said Henry Special. Raadand> Bridge Vlatrlct Numbs* i7
could possibly be. His face showed no He went into the bank. Said h. Ford recently. Two In Bradford County. Florl.la.\ do hereby
graphed the U. S. marshal at Pensa- They are, by the Merchant give notice that an election. will ... held. .la)
cola for advice. signs of worry and his serviceable eye was going to try them for a job. Marine Act 1920 Special Road and Brlilae Dlatrlct Numbs.
t
i Two Bradford County Florida, on the First
of old lie was pleas Guess I ain't going to lose him. -
Former Governor Catts made no glimmered as ultimately to Tuesday In Juna. A. D. mi. tha ,same belaa I
when ant to the point of being almost punctilious. \ l1IMIatIq Mr "uuda' the Seventh day thereof for the purpoa.t..I.etlny
attempt to conceal his identity be owned and operated three members of the board of bed ''
approached by the officer but on the I But he would say nothing. by citizens of the tome Mite folks were pla;,... traataee. One receiving tha highest numbee.
Questions remained unanswered and ASPIRINName privately "%eplDf t.o...." Robert was papa. of "..... In said district for a term of threa)
it Immediately. United States. .
contrary acknowledged fano After. much difficulty to years one receiving the nest highest number
The in civilian clothes finally the newspaper men were politely mnmma. of votes In aald district far a term of twci
sheriff asked to good night and to They are American ships, Managing no large n broad, I'apa Rob I years and on. receiving tha ties* highestnumber I :
after asking the chief of police to re- say and. of votes In said district' for a term
"Bayer" on Genuine carrying passengers as art tliuillv '1r..t a nlth : "Sft)'. there '
leave him in the bosom of his family. of one year said tarma to begin on tba first
main in the background because of President Harding has ,said 'are t.," .r..I'' I n, In the faintly. day of ply.: A. P. mi fr aa soon therMfta* i' P.
his uniform walked up to the ex-gov- Last night before the arrival of No. ". carrying our cargoes ". '... the dug' as he may qualify.IN 1'
.... .. J
.
'
lone former TESTIMONY WHEREOF: wa have
ernor in the waiting room of the station 21 from Waycross one v In American bottoms unto set our hands at our regular sneatlnaj /

and said: "Is this Governor friend and staunch supporter of the = to the marts of the world. In .....h. Bradford County Florida this la*) '\
G t1oQ A. D. mil.
in the 4th day of, April
Catts?" and without hesitation the Catts policies waited patiently Keep our splendid ships 1886 C. A. HOHF.RTS. Chairman.J. .
union station. Alone and solitary he! R M. BHOWNI.KE: J!
former governor answered in the af on the seven seas under H. H. WII.MAM87 "/

firmative. appeared anxious as he frequently the Stars and Stripes by H. P, OAINEY <..II
silver watch and more or R. T. DOW LI NO. ;,I'I
declined to glanced at a and l
After his arrest Catty sailing shipping onthem. DAVISINSURANCE Attest "{
talk to men but In discuss less nervously stroked his beard. 0. ALDERMAN..
newspaper '
when the former Oerk. .-. "'(-*-* ;.
ing of the However, governor
with officers the case negro Free of
whom he is alleged to have held in sauntered through the common gate use NOTICB OF ELECTION!: '

had good through which all passengers emerge, Shipping Board films BE IT! KNOWN. That" wa. .. members af
peonage, said the negro a the Hoard of County Commlaalonera. la end I; I,
home
home and had been given $10 a month the friend failed to rally for the Warning I Coins) TOO to* tile Use of Shipping Board I fop Bradford CountyFlorida.. In pursuance 1'

and his board since he had been coming and his presence was not fur- ..n.,.." on Tstckage or am taiWsi you motion picture films, four to Chapter TWO, Law at Florida. creatiasTSpecial '.
ever STARKE Jtoad ,. District Nun.her
ere.... gutting ) Aplria rn"c.t :
in his employ and was still receiving ther noted. genuine > per reels, free on request of One In Florida do hereby :
scribed by pbyaicieuuj far twvmT-o .
which resulted give noMca that an election will he held InSpecial I
that amount. During the campaign year cu>d proved .... by aHUo-st.. Take any mayor, pastor, post jRoad and Bridge District Number .

As ,the officers were walking with in his election, the former governor Aspirin only cut told In the Bayer ..... master, or organization.SHIPS One, Bradford County Florida on tha FirstTuesday
for office recited for then a candidate ago NeurcJirta, FOR SALE ORDER PUBLICATIONIn ,
Catty to the courthouse the former I FOR tha Seventh day thereof, fur tha purer. af
Incident which newspapermen lUioumatimn, E .no.bo.I, Toothache, Xumtxtgo (Te A wru.e tUlunt ...ly) Circuit Court; Stale uf Florida' Eighth: ....t".1" threa members of the board of bond)
governor put his right hand into his i an and for DMo. Handy tin bone of ..... steamers both oil. and analhumcra Judicial Circuit, Bradford County, in Chancery . t...._. On. receiving the highest number.
side pocket and the sheriff Razed his recalled last night. He told af havingcome twelve. Bayer TaUeteof Aaplrir." eM few AIM wood ...._.. of Intel In said dlatrlct" for a term of three
: wood hulls and oc sr- tun.ruriher J. I'. Tomllnaon one receiving the '
speakingtrip years neat hlarheat number
Jacksonville on a
ronta. IXrumrUrtu she sell nf.
hand and stopped him. He was then to auger paxilcAapirin Information msy obtained Complainant.. uf votes In acid district far a term of two '
billet and admitted his financial condi- ages. ill the trade mark of by reojueec. vc I years!J/and one receiving tha neat highest ,
searched and a short leather that he had been Bayer Mcuvuf oure of MaooaantksMiaV For John Henry Culver, ., ? nnmbsij of votes In said. district for n term '.
loaded with lead was found in his hip tipn was so abysmal ede.. ., 6alicfJi0ad4.0 sailings oj passenger Defendant.It of one year, aald terma to begin on the first
forced to seek lodging in a fiftycentflop and freight ships to all appearing by affidavit appended to the day of July. A. D, X21. or aa soon thereafter
said _ __
Pocket. Asked about thjls' Catts _- hill filed. In the' above stated causa that John .. he may qualify.IN .
he prized the billet highly as it on West Bay street It was just Habitual comtlpatlon. curedIn part of the world and all Henry Culver, the d.Ionl.n.In. n....... TESTIMONY: WHEREOF, w. nave hereunto '
very and things were other information writeto la a non-realdvnt of the State of Florid., and act our handa at our ...,,1.. meeting; j'
had been sent to him by Representative after the primary M to 31 Days .he la. a resident, of of Abbeville. Alabama. In !!Ia.k.. Bedford County. Florida, tbla the
second Geor- looking gloomy for the Catts stan- "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" I. a specially<<: and la over tha. age of '...ntr...... years i It
Frank Park of the prepared Syrup TonJo-Laxa"ve for Habitual .. therefore. ordered that laid ,,0..1.l ient C. A. ROHERTS. Chairman.J. .
gia congressional district. ward. U. S. Board defendant be and .Ic hereby requl.0 appear M. BROWN!.FE.!:
when he had unkinked Constipation. It relieves ;promptly but Shipping to the. bill of complaint. filed In old. H. R. WI.I.IAMS.H. ,
Catts appeared to be greatly stirred That night, for should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days WASHINGTON D. C. ..,. on or before Monday, the loth day of P. nAINRY,
his frame and reclined ready June, A. D. Ml. otherwise. the allea-atione of .
by Ms arrest. His voice trembled to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and /'I S. T. tiOWLINO.At
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L PArlE EIGHT BRADFORD. COUN1T'TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. -
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I tives and friends. I Aucilla, who have been visiting relatives i I

Dr. J. M. Mann spent Sunday In t f here returned home Sunday.Mr. I

Jacksonville. and Mrs L. W. Sowell, Mrs. : In a new size package!
Maurice Langford of High Spring Emma Brown and Inez Abernathy .
if mlY 1 1s
County News It attended Neal, Thursday the funeral of his brother, noon.motored to Graham Monday( after


s ==-=a L W.'Pinholster motored to Worth-
IIROOKEU ington Saturday afternoon.

........dn. fact Gathered During the Week br Our : :: Dr. Tribble'was here Tuesday.
Brooker May.27. J of '
Regular Correspondents. Bey yner '
; was' .
Tom Maricey In town Saturday.
; Dukes, filled his;1'e Tular".ppointment
I beta Saturdayl8uadap'! the 'lIIomIna'.a. : :, "
I w '' .,!otl .;daughter, Veda "
.Free Will Baptist' a visitor her Monday evening.A. spent'the wets>and. in White Springs.P. "
LAKE BUTLER U. D. Johns, ofallesr; f RJverK was In .. "
T. Mizell, of ]Kylander, motoredto town Saturday./ f. . M,;Batefoot: was in Starke Sat-
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Lake Butler.Irtay 2J:-Rev.;. S. S. Lake Butler Monday. Carl Ward of..J'aeboRvWej' fj ? fr )is hereon urday'. #r i"-;; ;i I ''{: STRIKE

Proctor filled the appointment of Her. Casper Duncan, of Gainesville, wasthe a visit with, relatives. Several of our citizens attended the' ,c .""J,
church a"rov- guest Sunday of his mother, Mrs.L. burial' -of Homer, Reborn, who was I .'
Norma at the Baptist Dr. Tribble, of LaCrosse>( wjka here i ':1.' CIGARETT
idenee Saturday and Sunday. A. Duncan. Sunday ,morning. ; 'f C killed, in action In France three years I '"'.
1 a The political speaking Mondawaaa Arthur Varna, of Jacksonville, was i'' Lottie Gaincy who has b.\n sick agor"/at;/ Antioch, cemetery Saturday I
for Lake Butler,'sI many a visitor to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. H/P..Galnejr and mother attended .
able
great day for the past week U ta' be. up.
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t F of .Union county's citizens gatheredto and Mrs. Jack Colson, Mr. and again; '" *,t f'"-''.\: services at.Little Rock Sunday. i

hear the political speeches. Mrs. Steve Cason, ()f New River, mo- Mr. and Mrs. B. T.'r"Crosby motoredto Willie Mae Oliver spent the week- ,

Sam and Harney Varnes, of John- tored to town Saturday.D. Lake Butler Sunday. end at Pine Hill.. .
} stown were business visitors here W. Borum spent Sunday in Val- Guy Pinholster and Hadaell' Alex- D/ W. Malphurs is doing repair 10 for 10 cts it ANY smokers prefer

Saturday. dosta. work on the Pinholster! cottage. it. They II find that
ander, of Jacksonville, spent the
,f Mr. and Mrs. Sebron Dukes, of An orchestra was organized Friday week-end here. The Literary Club held its regular this package often
. 1 Dukes visitors to town Satur meeting Tuesday evening at the home compact
n were evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Eldon Baxter was in the Cooter
i, day.Mr. W. H. Lee.' Mrs. Lee'was elected directress Pond section Sunday afternoon. of Mr. and Mrs. P, M. Barefoot and Lucky Strike Cigarettes.

and Mn. Julian Loadholti and and Miss Omie Scarborough FWd flaxen, Willie Mae Olliver and an interesting program rendered. will just suit them.

baby, of Jacksonville, were week-end treasurer. Each member is requested Ines Abernathy motored to Worthington Several of the young people motor

guests of their Mother, Mrs. Joe to be present Friday evening May Sunday afternoon. ed to the Sink Hole Sunday afternoon.A. them-dealers
Try now
Crews. J. Sowell is on the sick list. C
27th at Mrs. Lee's home.
Marvin Hazen, who has been attending -
H. C. Peeples, of Miller, motored to Services were held here Wednesday carry both sizes : 10 for
The body of Private Neal Langfordwas the telegraphy school at New- .
i' town Monday shipped from France and arrivedIn nan, Ga., is here on a visit with his Thursday and Friday nights by. :;' 10 cts ; 20 for ZO eta.
Messrs. Jim, Fate and Brady Brownof Rev. Ridenour, of Orange Heights .
Lake Butler last week. The body .
Miller, and Jesse Canon, of New parents.M. I Mrs. Tiercy Roberts who has been cjt ,' .!Ya
was canted to the home of Mr. and Andreu and son, Reddish, of ... :
River business here visiting( here for the past three week'J' ,, '
were'transacting: : : It's Toasted
I Mrs. II. L. Fowler and at 6 o'clook New River were here Saturday af
Saturday. returned to her home at Graham Monday I
I Thursday afternoon funeral services ternoon.
Mrs. D. W. Borum is ill at her homo ,
; were conducted by Rev.> S. I. Hendrix Marvin Hazen and Clara Cone spent
3 Dekle street. j I A birthday dinner was given Mon
on
of Alachua at the Baptist church. Sunday afternoon in Gainesville.Mrs. - -
Mr. and Mre. J. P. Sapp, of Sapp, I day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.
After the funeral the body borne L. L. Johns the weekendat
was rpent Mrs. Osteen'e repair shop in Starke where a stranger prices. All work done promptly and
rpnnt Monday evening: with Rev. and T. Osteen, celebrating
to Dekle cemetery' and a squad of Sampson. .
has just had his battery repaired fully guaranteed.Well
Mrs. S. S. Proctor. fiftieth birthday. Only a few friends
p2/'/ The O. E. S. met Tuesday evening soldiers :from StarTce, Co. G, N. 9. F., E. S. Gainey, of LaCrosse, was in and relatives were presort. and put in first class shape to his I am sure glad that this accident -
in charge of Lieut. J. L. Peek, gave town Friday afternoon. great surprise as noted in last week'lIillsue happened so near a good repair
S "Masonic at a regular hall.business meeting'at tho their comrade a soldier's burial., Many Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell spent Herman Moody, of LaCrosse, was a of the Bradford County Tele shop. Why yeu have quite a town

friends. and relatives were present to Sunday with relatives at LaCronBe. visitor here Saturday afternoon. graph. :here, quite a little city. We'll sop
Carr Colley of Starke'was a weekend
t Henry Hodge and Albert Shaw are
their to this Ardell attended church at
respects
pay young man, Crosby back and battery.We .
get our
Jr. Well, captain, have done me a on our way
guest of J. E. Maines, on the sick list this week. you
who in active service of his Little Rock
was country -
Sunday.
boost all
will with
give a auto -
Henry Varnea, of Johnstown, attended when claimed by death. An interesting was ren- Dogan Nabb, of Sampson, was in good job and in express time. Expected you
the meeting of citizens program to be tied here for a day or two drivers we "meet. .
mass Mrs. Alice Langford, Mrs. Olae dered br Group 2, B.Jf. P. U..Sunday town Saturday. up . .. '
of Union county Monday. L. R. Gainey was in Hampton Tugs- but now only lose about two hours.Please
Thomas, Mrs. Redd and Mrs. Richard i nig-ht. I
J, E. Maine., of Gainesville spent day morning. make out your bill and rej I A married life of fifty years was
' t and baby, of Alachua, were guests of Eustis Kelly and Chester Andreu,
the week-end with his parents, Dr. j ceipt it and here is your money. What :,I terminated tonight when Guisepe Pu-
Mrs. H. L. Fowler Thursday. I of New River, spent Sunday after-
and Mrs. J. E. Mainps. MOB VIOLENCE is the name of this joint-R. Burrows i iI I Ilermo of Tampa, attacked his wife,
W. J. Epperson, cf Starke, motored noon here.
.' Rev. Rooney, presiding elder, delivered 'alto service station. Besides rcpdir- beating her over the head with a golf
to Lake Butler Friday I Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children and WHMB I I' '
!Ing auto batteries we keep on hand mid-iron wounds from
inflicting
e. an able aermon on Christian Education J. J. Shelling, of Providence, motored Miss Marguerite Shrlver spent Friday A dread ful thing happened In our ,
batteries to rent at 2Cc a day while ''which\ she died shortly afterward in
,, at the club room Sunday. The H
to Lake Butler Monday. I with friends in Starke. peaceful county a short time ago, :
quarterly conference was in session Rev G. W.. S. Ware and Jim Mott : Allen Connelly and daughter, of when a mob came down on our little j: the old batteries are. being rechargedand hospital. Polerrno told the police she.

there Saturday and a delicious dinner motored to Lake Butler Monday afternoon. Cooter Pond,were in town Saturday. jail and overpowered the deputy sheriff making them good as new.I had been flirting.with other men. A
I also handle oil and with free mob of Latins tried to take Polermo
was served at the noon hour. I gas
deliver colored -
I R. A. Weeks was in Jacksonville on compelling him to a
Mrs. Dona Drowning, of Ralford The many friends of Hubert Edwards business( last wee prisoner waiting trial for murder air and Pennsylvania vacuum cup from the police to lynch him. He Is

attended the quarterly conference are pained ta learn that he is :, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter, whom they took to the scene of tires.Until nearly seventy years old and his wife

i held here Friday yet a patient at Gordon Keller hospital Inez, are visiting relatives in Plant the crime and hanged to a tree in June 1st I will sell 30x3 cup was sixty-seven.

r Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Alderman and In Tampa. !'. City front of his home, shooting the body tires at $14.90; 30x3% cup tires at
Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Dayslnu
i= children were called to the bedside of Mrs. II. S. Parker and Miss Marshall I/I| E. II. demons, of. Wauchula, was full of holes, then quietly disbanding. $18.52, giving FREE inner tubes with rrfund If PAZO OINTMENT' fullitocurellchlnil.
money
W. C. Townsend Friday evening. & Proctor left Thursday for Moul- II'i''in town last week. But business goes on just the same each purchase. : :Blind 3Urtln t orProtiudluft Til'liimnntly !

lI. -Mrs. John Ritch, of Valdosta, was trio, Ga., where they will visit rela I Mr. and Mrs. Crosby and child! of I at Burrows battery service and auto I also handle Hood tires at special trmiul f..dl relieve)parr Mi Itching liru Film npuucntion.1 :, and you Pro eel


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