Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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OF J. R. DAVISThe : :Memory of Thomas :Morris HonoredIn Other Consideration I

I Baptist Church BE TRIED IN STARKEChange -:-- I
Tuesday was the day net by the '
people of Starke were greatly<. StolU'\\ bond trustees! for receiung T. T. Turnlmll, President;:: of "Senate
The evening service at the Baptist I
; shocked and saddened when they I- bid, *n the .1(1,000: ( bond issue! for the I.. l f. Edge Speaker of house
< heard Sunday at noon that Mr. J, R church Sunday was given over to of Venue Granted Attackers the hand. The sheriff und his deputies I improvement und enlargement\ of the -
honoring the of Thomas Morris -
Davis was fatally wounded from ana : memory not only foiled the natuckvrs in light and water plant. Two bidder The Florida legislature of 11)23): wall
j accidental shot while cleaning his pis- whose untimely death is mourn- of Palatka Jail getting their quarry but also showed appeared.The formally organized Tuesday. '

I tol. Everything possible was done i ed by our entire community. Although much skill and energy in rounding/ up >i jj :McCrury Co., of Atlanta, Senator T. T. Turnbull of Monti

"a [to relieve his sufferings, and he lived the evening was rainy and blustering Judge A. V. Long of the eight judicial the offenders. These were releasedon offered $1r ,720 and accrued interestto l".nu.119 put In nomination by Sena.
it i until five o'clock in the afternoon,, I' the large church was filled to capa circuit has granted a change of a bond of .1,000: each. date of delivery. tor J.- B. Johnson of Live Oak, and j
In addition to the floral Easter
I [when he passed to the great beyond I city. : venue to the nine men, who stormedthe Three special venires' were exhausted Caldwell! & ('o., of Birmingham no other nomlnatiuim being made Mr.
INf Jackson Richardson Davis was born decorations, there were two flags Palatka jail on the morning of at the trial of the men at Palatka, Ala., offered. $3t1,1lI0: (! and, accrued interest Turnbull was elected by acclamation. ''Bk<1
the and and that of thRo'y
i December 26, 1874 in Belmont N. Y. i Stripes (\ March 2nd., and the trial will beginin without getting more than five tentative to date of delivery, and also to There were five candidates for the
" He moved to Starke with his parents Scouts of America significant Starke Monday, April 23rd. This jurors. It wits evident to Judge pay attorney's fees und printing of peiikership: of the house, l'lm| is when he was nine years old and attended emblems of the service of the departed will be a special term of court the Long that it would be practically impossible bonds.", Taylor Lake of Seminole, Matthew

'+ the public school here, afterwards I honoree. regular spring term not convening to secure a jury in Putnam The bid of Caldwell & Co. was accepted of Hriulford, Stokes of Kay und Edge
graduating from the East The choir was, more numerous than before May 7th. "- county and he, therefore, granted the as the McCrury Company'sbid of Lake. A lively time had been expected :

,Florida Seminary at Gainesville. He ordinarily and the singers rendered The defendants are charged with assault motion of the counsel for the defend curried contract provisions that with so many candidates but ei1

trained\in the military department of their-parts well. They were supported to commit murder and firing Into ants for a change of venue. were unsatisfactory to the hoard.It a surprise was sprung when It was
this school and received the title of by the audience in a hearty manner an occupied building. The trouble' The trial is expected to consume at will he remembered that all proceedings announced that the four Brat named,

captain. Later he attended business and the edifice rang with clear grew out of their attempt to remove least four days what with securing up till the sale of the bonds", had withdrawn thus leaving an open ,
college in Hornell N. Y. When he and earnest voices. The Boy Scoutsof from the Putnam county jail Arthur, a jury and examining\ about forty have been submitted to Storey Hold fl>r L. D. Edge who was unanimously 1

returned to Starke he was elected Starke were present in a body to Johnson a negro alleged slayer of H. witnesses State Attorney A. S. Crews Thorniljke, Palmer! & Dodge bond attorney nominated and later eU-cted.

captain of the Bradford County honor the memory of their former C. Cross of Albany Ga., near Gaines. had his hands full while preparing for of !Boston Mass. Certified This unusual incident seems to pre-

Guards. When the great fire occurred comrade, and many of the studentsof ville. Cross was a member of a'state the trial and has some hard Work copies of thu bids Hale etc., will be huge that the present. legislature will
,in Jacksonville Capt. Davis andhs B. H. S. were there for the departed road department camp and the defend- ahead of him. Owing to the numberof submitted in the next few days and be a working/ body who will not con-

; company were called there and one was not soon forgotten.Rev. ants all belonged to the same camp. defendants and other circumstancesthis in a short time the money will be mime valuable time with petty hickerings. ;.

stationed in charge*of East Jackson L, B. Simpson of the First Failing to accomplish their purpose' will be one of the most notable available for work. .
ville. I Methodist church of Starke led in they riddled the jail windows with bul'! trials that have ever taken place in the The senate as organized has the
prayer. After a few introductorywords through state. 'BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINThe following! otllccrs anti attaches:
Mr. Davis was twice married first lets and shot Sheriff Hagan .
by Dr.' Sullen, pastor of the President T. T. Turnbull.\
in 18CO to Miss Lula Morgan and to I -
church, Prof. S. S. Dowling princi revival meetings are in full President pro tern, B. H. Llndsuy., ,
this union was born one ton Rawson .
Davis now living in Jacksonville., He pal of the B. II. 6., then stepped to CARD) PARTY FOR WOMAN' CLUB THE PRODUCE MOVEMENT: swing and splendid congregations are Secretary Capt. Chus. A. Finley
the platform and in a short talk gavea present each night. Then will be no Assistant secretary, \Mrs. M. L.
lost his wife in 1900 and in October
review of the school life of Thomas The finance committee of the Wo Produce leaves 'Starke at the rate meeting on Saturday night, but Sun- Knight
)1902 was married the second:; time to
Morris and endeavored to Inculcate a man's Club gave a benefit card party of more than two carloads a day. The uuy will be a great day Evangelist Bill secretary Chick Byrd.
Miss Kate de whomhe
Montmolhn with few lessons drawn from the life and Thursday evening at the hospitablehome most of it is strawberries but a great White will be with us all day and a Reading secretary Miss Kate In-
lived happily for twenty years. character of the departed as a guid- of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley- deal of beets cabbage apd carrots blessed time is looked for. man. 1
For many years Mr. Davis was in ance for other young people. Prof. on Eigth street., from Starke and green peas from The Bible school will meet at its Assistant reading secretary Rev.
the general insurance business here
Dowling was visibly touched and his /Scarlet verbenas were used in LaCrosse, are also shipped. usual hour Q:43 a. in. All members R. Y. Walden
section.doing a prosperous business in this earnestness enabled him to handle profusion for decorating the hall*and Whether as a result of the conference are urged/ to be out, especially those Engrossing secretary Mrs.,' Alma
He was a member of the
between the
his subject in a masterly manner. We reception room. Nine tables were arranged Saturday growers who have not been able to attend l the Lankennan. y
Presbyterian church Knights ot( Py- give herewith a part of his character for auction: and the game resulted and the buyers or not there seem to meetings during the week. Enrolling secretary, Miss V'ivU
thias and the Christian Brothel hood
be lack of either refrigerator box.
sketch of his former pupil: for the ladies no The and services Craig.
in the first prize: morning evening
and his friends Ins
[ death. greatly depbro' "It has been my privilege to have being won by Mrs. N. Sternberg, who es or express cars to put the berries will be evangelistic/ with special sing Recording secretary R. L. Eaton. I

: untimely known Tom Morris only a short time; was presented with an angel food in. Several carloads of refrigerators ing by the choir and lr. Bullen. The Sergeant at arms t). E. Jluwkins.
The funeral took place Monday af- in that time however I have noted cake; and Mr. Edward Burns won have come from Plant City ami other subject, of the morning sermon will he Officers and attaches" of the house ,
[ternoon from the family residence on traits of character exceptional in a the gentleman's first prize, and also points and there is always an express "A Pattern of Good Works." This of representatives are HS follows:
I North Walnut street Rev. T. J. Hedges of only sixteen of 'Mrs. car standing by the platform.But Speaker L. D. Edge.
young man years received an angel food cake; To will be ut 11:00. The evening topic ?
|, of the Presbyterian church conducting age. In conduct In bearing in habitsof Ed. R.. Neff was handed the booby business is not as brink at it will be on "Tho Judgment/ The pub. Speaker pro tern, J. F.d: ,Stokes. l

the rites. The pallbearers thought in purposeful living he prize, a box Of candy, and J. L. Peek should, be. Very few solid cur have .1 lie is asked'to please remember, that Chief clerk, Judge B. A. Maginnij.
, ere F. F. Stump F. L. Turner* J. E. was much older than sixteen. I did received as a booby prize a deck of been sent away this season. Almostall the evening services until further notice Assistant chief clerk, M. F. Brown.
fZ Corpeningr, J. H. Hitch G. W. Atder- not have the opportunity in the brief cards. shipment are by .express for ;, will be at 800.: Come early und ,Sergeant at arms, Charles K.: John*

j i'' nan, W. J. Epperson. I time that Tom was with us to talk to The hostess assisted by Mrs. A. Z. points in every direction from Starke join In the song service but especially Hon.
':t' ," Interment was in Crosby cemetery him directly about his life's work. AsI Mrs. Edward Burns Miss Prices during the last few days to lCttI seat.Ve are hoping us a Bill clerk, Mrs. W. I It. Porman.Recording .
'f.I;. land his last resting place fas covered think back over the school monthsnow Florence Mathews and Miss Mabel i have ranged from $7 to $3 per liush- church to provide better accommodations clerk, Miss Annie Bond.

t1dand;; his last resting place,was covered I do not believe it would have \Vellcr served a delicious course of el. Much\ of the berry crap Is off color for both the Sunday school, ","ngroBHing/ clerk R. W. Ervin, Jr

t \relatives and friends in Starke Ar- been necessary, even if he had lived pimento cheese and tuna fish sandwiches -I. and too soft to stand long hauls which has outgrown the present capacity Rending (clerk Buck Lamer.

Nadia and Jacksonville. Funeral ar- because/1 am satisfied he had already hot chocalate and whipped hence thu low prices. Selected ber- and the church HvrccH! which Assistant, Mrs. Ruth P. Rouen.
fli"/'-"-rttngements were in charge of D. C. before this school year decidedon cream., I ries still bring good I prices,. are as a rule HO large that we have At this writing the committeeshave

,Jones. the occupation he intended to follow included Mr. and Mrs. :I to make use of the Sunday school not yet (teen appointed., Starke
!k': ,,|t- The deceased leaves to mourn hiss As Jie went from class to The guests Mr. and Mrs. E. M'I I' RESOLUTION:. PASSED IIY I'I("S- ritom. The mutter of enlargement into bus more than ordinary Interest In d
Edward Burns
' 'z c his devoted wife a son, Rawson class the same idea came again send Mrs. G. M. Inman I1YTEIIY receive the attention of the church this. legislature us Miss Kate Inman
Mr. and
" :'ppavis; of Jacksonville; father, W. E. I again to me. In the classroom his Johns G. A. Collins Mr. and after the season of revival. of Live Oak, is the reading .secretary J t
I )[Davis, of Starke; two brothers Bruce questions were thoughtful his explan- Mr. and Mrs. Resolved that the, thanks of this The revival will continue ouch night nf the senate. She It well remembered .
U Davis, of Arcadia Ellery M. Davis I ations clear and definite indicating Mrs. N. Sternberg Mr. and Mrs. Presbytery are hereby tendered' to, next week, with Mr. White giving the hero, being a daughtr of the late {
F. F..,.
,>''of Starke, an uncle Don L. Sharp of careful nnd purposeful study. M. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. this church and its pastor the officers stirring messages and the pastor in Rev. C. W. Inman four times. !pastor i

;Hornell N. Y., and one aunt Mrs. "Tom not only was living a purposeful Stump Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mr. and the choir and all its families for charge of the Hinging. Bring your of thu Methodist church here. And In
<.n, Harold L. Jones of Hornell N. Y. life but he had pitched that Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins their hospitality and Christian courtesies families and friends. the house M. F. Brown. a well known
:"t'1!ifi'Out: \ of town relatives attending the life on a higher plane. In conduct he Mrs: J. W. Andrews Jr., Mr. and to the Episcopal church for the townsman holds the Important position .

'I. /funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. H. M. De gave to his teachers no problems over Mrs. W.. E. Davis Mrs. Florence Pow- use of its rectory to the Woman's MRS. TURNER ENTERTAINED:. \ of assistant chief clerk.
'Montmollin. of Palatka; ,A. B. De- which to worry. No pupil ever ell, Mrs. Vivirettee Lewis, Mrs. Ed. Club for the use of its splendid building K. K. KLUH Many bills have already been Intro

'. 1 ]lontmollin, of Montgomery Ala.; came to me'and complained of mistreatment R. Neff Misses Florence Matthews to the Baptists for their courtesies duc'vd, and the standing committees

f jittawson Davis and' Miss Josie Holf- in either word or deed'from Elma Robinette, Mabel Weller Hilda J. to the ladies for the delicious Mrs. 1I... Turner entertained the when they hall have been appointed,

,man, of .Jacksonville; Bruce L. Davis, him. Struth Mrs. Nelle Hughes J. luncheon at the club rooms to visi K. K. Klub Saturday afternoon at will have a busy time.
'.ef Arcadia. Truby and M. F. Brovn.The tors who have lent their presence and
c Tom her home on West Call street.
"Not only could we trust as for cozy
\\i sum of $20 was efforts to increase the interest of the Vases and Mewls of red RADIO
i! far as conduct went, but we never had rotten were THEVONDERKUL
Woman's Club.
'' to Prof. Thornquest for
1ir .NORTH FLORIDA PRESBYTERY occasion to question in any way his Presbytery used to make the reception room moru -
:: MET HERE THIS WEEK his earnest addres. son the evils of the attractive. The card resulted
honesty. The work he turned in from IN MA YOII' COURT game H. L. Stevenson, who lives northwest
"t time to time we knew was his. No at- use of tobacco and to any and all In Mrs. E. M. Johns. winning\ first of Starke is one of the few in < ,

J'I The North Florida Presbytery: and tempt was made by him to deceive. Zach and Owen-Anders charged others who have contributed toward prize a porch baaket'for flowers and 1 this section who has his dwelling" '
and of this meet.
the pleasure profit
t.i\\ in Starke of him. Tom to Mrs. O. Beasley wan handed the The
the Ladies Presbyterial met Deception was no part with beating up "-Doc" Alvarez until furninhod with radio equipment.
i.Tyeaday and Wednesday and held a seemed to realize that the only thingsin has face for a while resembled the Ing. consolation prize a box of handker other night he tuned up to listen. to

Aeries i of interesting meetings. this life worth while must be gain- of the Starke drainage district I chiefs. faraway voices lie was surprised, to
4 Among the visitors at this meeting 'd by hard and consistent work day appeared map before Mayor Peek Monday. CUNNISiIlA LEWIS The hostess served tempting refreshment hear a well known voice that of his

ere Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Pierce of by day and that any other way is not Both plead guilty. Zach was fined .of sandwiches. peach* salad father who lives in Pittsburgh PIA.,
,Green Cove Springs; W. M. Covert I worth the time' and effort. 1 1'I1e $10 and Owen who seems to have Mr. ron Cunningham, and Miss olives saltines and ice tea. making speech to a meeting of citl t

ynn Haven; J. S. Axtell Crescentity I not only did his own work but given complainant "h-11 and rubbedit Pearl Lewis were quietly married in The guests included Mesdames Edward zens of that place, anent a certain can

? ; W. S. Moore Hawthorne; D. H.itthews was always willing to aid his class : in $15. The fines were promptlypaid Jacksonville Tuesday the 3rd inst. Burns Florence !Powell O. L. al. Great Is the radio.
Hawthorne; W. E. Wither-. mates. lIe had been observed many i ,and the defendants discharged.med The marriage came as a surprise Huynes, E. L. Biggs E. M. Johns J.
to the relatives and friends of tho M. Ed. R. Neff J. W. Andrews J
Mitchell -
poon, Crystal River; W. H. Dresch, times helping them over difficult CLUH MEETING, APRIL 11TH.
lasimmee; Mrs. Alice H. Green Miss points in the preparation of lessons.I 1 up the life characteristic of the contracting parties. The bride is the Jr., A. Z. Adkins O. L. Bean-

tiara L. Hazelton St. Augustine; D. never knew of his being called on departed and pointed out lessons. to popular daughter of G W. Lewis and ley J. C. Robinson J. L. Peek, L.
;F. Bremzer Green Cove Springs; by teacher or pupil but that he willingly : be learned therefrom. lIe alluded to has a bout of friends in this section. Wyman Misses! Margaret The Legislative Committee of the
'Mn. Geo. W. Gibbs Jaquelm Dodge responded. Many little acts the affection and regard that the pupils Mr. Cunningham is in business in Ellington Edith Dwlifht, of Boston, Mass., and, Woman' Club will hold its annual

Barton B. Bigler. St. Augustine; G. of this kind proved that Tom was in of the school have for each other. where the couple will make Miss Mabel Weller. meeting at the Club House Wednesday

.i1.v. Albertson DeLand; R. K. Porter every way unselfish, and that he was Not anywhere else had he seen sucha their future home. Mr. and Mr. I afternoon, April 11th.
/Ace, Moines Iowa; A. L. Metcalf Ti- always ready to help others." spirit among public and high school Cunningham were guests Wednesdayof I LAST DAY OF GRACE. APRIL 10 lion. John M..irtin. Mayor of Jack.
.tusville; E. II. Reynolds, St. Augustine We consider this simple earnest( pupils. This speak/ well for our her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Honville will deliver the principal ad.

| ; Carol C. Warner Crescent City; eulogy sufficient to show that the schools and a listener afterwards. Lewis and left in the afternoon for To Chautauquu.lubsiribers: dress.A .

osa G. Chamberlain, Mrs. J. S. Ax- dead boy did with his might what he aid: "Dr. Bullen not only sees these. their new home at Ellington. To secure the interest on our Chau- charming musical programing

ell, Mrs. R. T. Chafer Crescent City; had to do; that he was honest and good traits In the old and young' of The Telegraph extends. congratula tauqua fund for the next quarter the i. has; been arranged. All member are
ev. Patterson Des Moines Iowa; truthful alive to future responsibility Starke. but he encourages us by tlons. money must be in the bank before urged to be present. Honorary memo

3eo. E. Albright J. M. Douglas and that he was kind generous and speaking of them in public." the 10 hint. If you are interested In bers are cordially invited and may
Veirsdale; George E. White Gaines- considerate. He was true to himself I Dr. Bullen who i Is becoming well TROOP NO. 2 the children of your community pay bring friends if they! wish.

me. and was, therefore necessarily true known for striking utterances the up your 15! subscription. Hand the
The meeting of the Presbytery to others. product of deep study remarked Troop No. 2 enjoyed a pleasant hike money to C. A. Futch secretary. Let' NO SERVICES CHRISTIAN

|ere held in the church and the After Prof. Dowling followed Thomas that he who die :young sees death Thursday afternoon. The boys pass have a chautauqua free for all. -
etings of the Ladies Presbyterialere Limbaugh who spoke of the fidel- only once. Ha does not see the deathof ed off many parts of their second -- Rev. W. E. Daughorty will preachat

held in' the auditorium of the ity of Thomas Morris to the principles hope, of friend, of friendship of class test.-we also played many CARD OF THANKS Hampton Sunday morning and eve-
oman's Club House. Wednesdaye of the boy scouts of which he youth and strength and that therefore games. We are looking forward to ning, and there will bu no services at

ladies of the Presbyterian church was a member, "lie was an ideal the old saying that "whom the troop No. t for a real baseball gamein I wish to express my appreciationfor the Christian church in Starke on

rved a plate lunch at the club house scout and was loved by ,the entire Gods love die young" i is founded about two weeks. Each trop has the many favors and courtesies that day.

or aM of the visitors. The lunch menu troop." The speaker made an> appeal upon truth.A a very good team. We wish every I extended to me by the people of this '
last requiescat would watch this schedule for the section during the recent illness of INTEREST TO TE\CnERS"
in fervent ai a
nsisted of potato salad sliced: ham; to, the young peopleto exemplify prayer .one
ickled beets sandwiches; tea'cotfee; their lives 'the commendable characteristic then the singing by the choir of championship game; it will be the' my wife and I also thank Dr. Middle- -
and cake. that were *o potent in the "Beautiful River' and the occasion bent game of the season in ,Starke. ton of Starke for his untiring effort Several requests have been mad-
e cream WILLIE AGIN E.'"T. Stewart, Brooker. for a teacher' training class in
The young came to an end. The services were
life of the departed.
| 4'be"eomm4ttee servinff' the lunch and All
< shed Scout Scribe. Starke during! June July.
whose words were plainlyaudible impressive throughout many eyes
Mesdames John Uifew, H. II. speaker tear and the memorial service of Allan Canova of Jacksonville, was who are Interested communiCAte with. .
to all, made a good impression.A i
\oung T. J. Hedge. J. M. Mitchell short ended his address. Thomas MorrU will long be remem- Mrs. E. M. John spent Tuesday in an Easter guest of his parent, Mr. me at an early date. tt

IT.rile' E. Davis Uglow S.and E.Mabel Brownie Weller.. Misses Dr. Bullen prayer In a abort address sum- bered in Starke. ,.I r fack onviil and Mr.. E. E. Canova. _, H. B. WIGGINS. ,,) ill

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\ &' m x ma toes are blooming or making fruit. 'DIVINE SARAH P.EKNHARDT: i i t from the school room into offices, department I..

: 7 : ag-: : The towns of Clewiston, Moore Haven !| DIES AT HER PARIS HOME stores and beauty parlors. ,,

1\ Newt of Florida in Short Ritta, Bare Beach, South Bay, I, I Many of these positions pay less i f

J ....., -....... ... --., ,....-- Beleglade, Pahokee and Canal Point End Came Peacefully at One :Minute than teaching. The hours are longer. /,

:--I are teeming: hives of industry preparing I I l -fore Eight O'clock Monday.. They are not 'considered as genteel I

Live State News for the harvest.A I .s teaching. Yet, teachers are leaving

Irt L the profession every day.

j ,........ ....- dozen hooded and robed membersof i i i OF URAEM1C POISONING: Is it not possible that the who '<-

I Told by Our Exchanges. the Ku Klux Klan were prevented dare making so many demands upon
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from making their entrance to the '[ France's Greatest Actress Drifts In- the teachers that they .annnt stand i

:,. "., .= "" ansmggiggig"'a"gffliaigH3fl ng aHiflttMga"Eaai'flia 1 services being conducted at the First i to Eternity After Long Fight I'jthe strain In the efforts of th.. pub- !

! j\ John Yates, abuut
was fatally injured wit-n a mul ran ,, haw refused to aid of the Relief, when elders of the church, discoveredthe Paris, March 2!
I'>f way in the street at Plant City 1(41'( which returned to Key West and the presence of the robed figures in died peacefully in the arms of her f, boring: under a severe mental and

either jumped or was thrown from the jfautee then was ordered to bring in the stcsion room, held a hurried consultation i i son Maurice, at one minute before i j physical: tension. Zealous and over- WRIGLEYS

> wagua.I the steamer and decided to prohibit the eight o'dock"tonight.. In life she !I I ty enthusiastic supejrtendents and supervisors -

I men from entering. The men elected had had an amazing power of emotion I i are planning work for teacher -

: Punta Gorda is shipping; peppers at The Tampa Times becomes en- to argue with the church officers : of marvelous realism and ::aath- I[ who are struggling to meet the and give your

the rate of eight or nine can a week, thusiastic over the new building to but were* firmly told/ they would not I[ in her acting of death acenes. At the requirements. Teachers are bing re- a stomach a lilt

; iy the Herald. That section hag be erected by Col. W.o'. Stovall of be admitted to the church. Then they ; end of her days, she quietly drifted duied to machines.-Times-Union. -

' earned an enviable reputation on the the Tampa Tribune. Announcementhad withdrew. The elders admitted they ''away into eternity, tired after her Provides the bit ol

quality of peppers it products. been made of she purchase of avery stood firm, saying the church was no long fight against death, which she j NEXT GENERATION IS PAYING If! weet" in 6.ne/i lal

desirable piece of property: by place for disguised men, no matter did not wish, but never feared. form.

1\ Burglars, cutting through a brick CoL Stovall, and now the Times : who they were. This is the first of %
says Hope for the life cf the great actress It is said that ball] the present popu'.fUon Helps lo cleanse

wall and steel partition of the county "Fifteen stories in height and con- five churches in the city that denied had long since been abandoned, of Germany is 23 years and Ole teeth and keep

M Jail at Ocala, removed the entire taining two hundred and eighty cool,' admission to the robed figures, and ''and half an hour before she passed ,,. under. That means that in 1914 D8 them bealtby.s .

't mount of liquor confiscated in Marion roomy and elegantly equipped offices the incident created a great deal of away those in attendance found her r those now comprising! the German nation -

i county for the past two y ars. the new Stovall building will local interest.R.tILRO.ttS. (|j sinking beyond recovery, though were 14 years old and under.

rear its concrete and steel bulk into I knowing her recuperative powers, it i. Here is an illustration of the irony'

The Dade City Banter says that C. the air immediately adjoining the ARE MORE THAN i I was thought she might live throughout -' of fate: a nation of children laden .....

C. Carter of Hudson reports the purchase present Bentley-Gray building, on MERE HIGHWAYS I II the night : with responsibility, both moral and Colds Cause urip and tnf lu.n ,

, by a Chicago concern, of-eleven the corner of Twiggs and Tampa sts. B WV I j!! Mlle: Berahardt lived in a large financial, with nothing whatever to LAXATIVE BROMO QC1MKE TnblcM

r hundred acres of land in the Hudson Quite recently a gentleman, by'']| room on the second floor of her home'II say about it, with indeed no right to :*".... There b only on."r" O

II section Work on the big contract A fist fight between Deputy Sheriff the name of George W. Anderson, (I with windows wide open on the Boole-*' say anything even though they were E. W GXOVC'S airn-no tat. Km.: f

has already started, with a view to Robert E, Shackleford and Sam Wilson of the interstate trucks and
formerly commerce var Penis' the noise of | given the opportunity.The writer, that it is necessary for
making it into a huge citrus grove one of the attorneys for the defense commission federal judge in : to''.
now a j: the railroad keeping up a low roar world has been talking about elist to "liquor up" before h-

wound up the lint day of the Boston, addressed the joint New England :,: which she was long accustomed. It' the unfairness to the future which is write well, an assertion wn (
"Telephone lines to Everglades in trial in Jacksonville, of Otis Norton, railroad committee in rather i'' .
a was the sudden closing of these win- | involved in these actions of the present being widely circulated by tlv ,
working order," says the Florida De J. P. Pates, E. Pearson and "Pet" with reference to i' '
pessimistic note, duws that gave the signal that Bern- generation. But in this instance wish to bring back liquor, thief _

veloper. "The project is finished af- Williams, former railroad employes, I railroad conditions and purposes. i iJuJ I: hardt was dead. I there is no need to theorize about a'': the Louisvile, (Ky.J: $ couriei ,;i
tr two years' effort with fifty-five charged with dynamiting Atlantic Anderson made the rather'', was' :
| Death due to a attack nebulous future. That future is here. the following pertinent stat '

j I$! mile of wire strung" al one the Coast Line railroad bridge near Baldwin 'startling assertion that a railroad, as':]: : of uraemic poisoning, which beI I We have seen in our own day a no.Ition j "In journalism sobriety is r.-.. .'
y" pewly-planned route. The newspaper in the criminal court of record an industry, is not comparable to a ,, !can Friday, but the actress aston- '! of children grow up into the yoke as a positive advantage, not a

r adds that only twenty miles is lackIng yesterday. The altercation occurred factory which takes raw products:'. lihed her physicians by her repealed' pre pared for them by forbears who i j' merely as it Is.where hardw.n
r to complete cross-state connect about 5 o'clock during a recess just and fashions them into finished com-i!; rallies and her will to live, just as I are not all dead as yet. : sold, or chemical research und t I

"" ion. before Judge James }I. Peeler ad- mod.ties; that a railroad Is a mere :|; she did last December: when hopes t The kaiser sees the babies of 1911 4
; or postholes dug, or surgical
r journed court and during his absence transportation highway not deserving ;I had been abandoned.
'[: priest was I bearing the burden of his incapacity. ; tions performed. City edit, "
:; According to to reports from Fort from the courtroom. of any special consideration, especially summoned in the middle of the afI The world itself is' trying\ to load i; be '
'? ( sober, or they cease to i i
Fierce!, the handsome $130,000;; Sun / with reference to earnings. :1 I: ternoon and administered extreme these babies with burdens grievous/ .

;; rise theather and business block, now T. J. Knabb, wealthy turpentine Wilbur La'Roe, Jr., a Washington I'unction, which the acknowledge vritlvi!> to be borne. >! tors. They require reporte-' -.
be sober
nearing completion, having already operator, has sold to the Gothe Lumber attorney, wrote a letter to Judge :;: faint movements of the hand and I adays, to or to gel It,

I I. a frontage of 137 feet on Pin'-street, Company, of Manning, his en- Anderson, controverting, in gentle- ,,. bead, to weak to speak. I j It is still not quite politic to speak I j 'Mrs. Vviggpp, written .in Lot\

which is the main business thoroughfare tire Glen St. Mary interests, consist- ; manly fashion, the arguments ad- ; 'a word for the human part of Germanythe was written on water. .\1'i.r ,

it : cf Fort Pierce, will be extended ing of his turpentine plant, lands and vanced by the jurist. Mr. La Roe The widow of Edmond Rostand, human part as distinct from Mr. Holt had a hand in pulp! i:'
whose fame linked with that of I IBernhardt
l on north and south: sides making the i I timber interests, commissary, etc. I : is the political or military part. But that was more p..O'ull1l'r If' '
: says i|: and the poet's son Maur- this fact of the boys and girls of 1911 'fading from red t*> 11' !'f
total !, j were
front of 225 feet. II The deal involved some $50,000: and You begin your able presentation, i
ice" Rostand, were at the bedside. j jBernhardt's t:
f being the "Germany" with diplomats result of prohibition an enter ;
is one of the largest real state and +I: with a more or less unsuccessful attempt -
t' Acute heart attack brought about. timber transfers ever recorded in the to distinguish between "trans- grandson, M. Grosse,I are now dealing: is surely an publisher would guarantee the fI'x'

I 4'j / by overexerting In running to ,catch : county. It is understood that the I I portation" and "industry." You 'say: death brought chamber-mauve the first flowers and into the arresting fact.: It is big with significance ing expenses of his favorite k1i\

t a boat, caused the sudden death of: Gothe Lumber Company will at once : that a factory really changes the intrinsic many! for any thinker.-Dearborn ist to some point at which li<("
I lacs. Flowers came from '
,!I Alvin D. Woodberry, 70, winter visitor erect a large mill at Glen St. Mary |I,; value of commodities by: converting friends quickly and soon the room ,|Independent.DO abundant and as easily proem- r''

t from Portland, Maine. Wooti- on the highway and otherwise improve raw materials into finished it was before America Went''I":
I with them. I .
was heaped .
: berry died aboard a Bay steamer. lie the property, which means'new ,products, but that "change of loca- WE WANT 'WIIlSKE10.: h
and Mr Woodberry going to business for this section. ]1( 1'|I It is understood that Bernhardt will SPIRED nn h(3"?
were I
: value.
i I'I lion adds no intrinsic confess have a state funeral. The date has To Cure a Cold In One Day ,1:;'
l Tampa to visit'a short while before _
f that this conclusion is strongly: 'i fake LAXATIVE PROMO OUl-VrNE( (T.blettop ,'
\ r returning home. >. There has been a great deal written i iat'I variance with my understanding of not yet been fixed, but it was thought i'I i I i Commenting on the alleged: state- *ttt..l.OU1Ih and Heatiaeb, end workKCnbJ.
Thursday or Friday will be selected. and J f.: W' ito| "'uro uu eaUl bo
n y' lately about excellent' catches of :elementary' economic principles. What ment of Roland Holt, publisher )
j In accordance with French- custom, !'
:, ,: Because he was denied permission fresh water fish from the lakes and would be the economic value of California ,:'Y''I
watch was kept throughout the night
I't to accompany his father on an automobile streams of Florida, but the record oranges if they had to remain '
beside the body by members of the
bI'!: trip, according to his mother made on Tuesday, March 20! by two II in California? What would i j .
family, and tomorrow all will be ad- .
;J William Clark} IS of Laurel Hill, Greenville men, Walter Cooper andC. Florida strawberries be worth this | '
mitted for last view of the artiste,
;4"; I f.- I swallowed strychine and died at his L. Leggett, will be a hard one to time of the year if they) had to re- | who lies buried a in flowers, with candles I ''I

11''. home The boy told his mother he I beat. The total weight of the catch main in Florida'? How much profit i !
: '. would! be dead in a short time, but was two hundred and forty-three j would the New Englahd shoe manufacturers I iI I !

:t{, :t: did not tell her he had swallowed pounds, and there were exactly one make if the shoes could not f' I
,.: i strychnine. lie died in convulsons hundred and ten trout in the lot. .be shipped west of the Hudson river? I I I IIi : |

I; M shortly afterward Sportsmen throughout Florida will be I Why does New England clamor for I Recent tests have shown that the Ii 1 i I

: ::1' envious of this haul for a glance at I coaj all winter long if the coal is I I I I
high school child of today
f..r' W. J. Corners of ralm Beach andI the picture shows that each and just as valuable at the mines as it I Ain! is superior' I,I'j I
I scholarship to high
I;' .)" Buffalo, N. Y.,awarded to T. M. Bryan every trout is of excellent eatable is in Boston, and if "change of location | pu- I .
cf the The
pile true
I past. same is
, a contractor for construction of the lIize. add no inherent value to it? : I
i I i of children in the grades. But thereis 'I
; r Common sense judgment, it seems, ,
hardsurfaced still much to be desired as far as i
I Early Tuesday morning a wry i warrants the conclusion that Mr. Lai I
, I the children concerned.
The contracts call for completion brilliant meteor suddenly appearedin Roe has the better of the argument I are i,
. It is the teachers however who
within eight months. The road, sixty the north-western heavens at Pen. in the matter referred to, as in the !| are suffering most under, the ;> ;

miles long, will connect West Palm sacola and passed: 1 with a hissing following, wherein the Washington present
No teacher should be i
'' Beach and Okevthobee by way oft sound and a roll like that of distant attorney contend that railroads are system. expected I
to teach all the branches that j
. Canal Point. thunder over the city, disappearing in ; more than mere highway for transportation |' I, I
I are called for in the present school ,
., --'- the southwest. More than a score purposes.! lIe says: I II ,
' + s/: St. Lucie county has, in round num. of night watchmen, policemen, rail- I Nor is your attempt to picture our I course, and it is an outrage to expect ;
to instruct
#, bars, one motor vehicle to every five road men and auto drivers agreed on railroads merely as "highways": en- : one as many I'I'I
( I as tifty children. The effort to Understand -
of population. For the year 1923 the statement that the blazing object entirely free from difficulty. A high- I
and estimate the minds and
there have been registered already seemed to leave a trail of sparks in I way" is a lifeles sort of athing-a j -
of that number of IJ I
: capacities children I -
.". 2,02vehicles, according to the official its wake, and many \sated that it was mere roadbed) over which men travelor -
to her teachings fit the need '
adopt to
) records. The population of the so bright that it was watched with the haul their wares jf they ple ie to J''of '
so many individuals, differing in !< /
county around ten thousand.: Everyman greatest difficulty with the naked eye. do so. A railroad is much more than
mental calibre character and
; woman and child in the county The inci.lent affected many people a highway. It has a management: disposi ,1/
tion, is too much for human !being
; could be taken for a ride at once and who were inclined to be superstitious which supplies (locomotives! and cars any I i I

the same time without the slightest I very much. ( to haul the nation's commerce. It I
With the present equipment, the
crowding. I has an operating department charged funds:! available, and the number of ; eon COUPE i'
The fact that Chief of Police Leslie [ with the important duty of handling RI
teachers, it seems that
Doris A. Spofford 27, of Barnett,I Quigg kept his ears open while freight and passengers. It bends our public > W
school are too ambitious.We ; Even
Vt.f committed 1 suicide at Daytona, being shaved in a local barber shop every effort toward performing the programs w.j :

in an apartment house by locking her- I II at*Miami about two weeks ago resulted I' service of transportationwith the are not reactionaries-we appreciate Greater 530PO.B.
? the really excellent work that ,;
self !In the kitchen and turning on the to day in the recovery of a |I greatest possible efficiency and econ- is being done in those ::1 j
I gas. The young woman was the only platinum and diamond bracelet valu- j only. How, then, can a railroad be Value I
and reiterate i ireceiving
that the children ,
daughter of Mrs. L. E. Spafford, and I, ed at $3,600, which was stolen on I 1 j I pictured merely as a highway Your we far better instruction are > DETROIT:
had been spending the winter here January 15 from the residence of Dr. assertion that the railroad are : ; ; I
mother and uncle W. K. Jackson\'iIle,1'I they have ever received, but we do | At the lowest price ever made
with her Albert II. \\itkrrson in merely highways and that they add on a
Soildard, also of Barnett. Despondency The chief overheard two men talking no "intrinsic" value to the commodities ,. believe that the schools are attempt- : Ford Coupe this attractive model offers ..

over continued ill health, was about gH bracelet which one claimed ]i transported by them leads you The ing more work than that they ought to attempt. even greater value than before. :

l advanced as the motive of suicide. to have won in a crap game. After to the unsound conslusion that they is: being done is exacting .
too much cf our splendid' i The convenient window regulators
getting out of the chair, he '! I are not entitled to "gain profits" from ,

;' ,. Spending: tw"ntsi .million dollarsan ed them and learned the .t-.e'.tion-I i the service rendered by them. Rail- make young men and young women who .1 improved upholstery and the many
to wartime the bracelt for up teaching profession f refinements in chassis I
I a program overcome bought $123 a road t.ransportatioif an industry, The teacher construction .'
retrenchment and to meet the demand: man he did not know, had sold/ t\VO''second in importance only to agriculture -. and shortage is growingmore have brought new high standards of

I of the rapidly growing terrritory it cf the diamonds for $30 and had sent and your attempt to pictureit .more icute. In spite of the quality.
I efforts that school boards .
i a; serves i* what the Atlantic Coast the remainder or the bracelet, Including II I as a lifeless highway and an econ- ,,I and superintendents I

e Line Railroad is doing. Among: the thirty-two diamonds, to a I i omic parasite can hardly be considered are making, to raise the Professional and business men demand .

items for which this fund) I.I being Chicago jeweler, receiving $-OO for as contributing much value to !standards of the schools, they are not ing continuous car service at low cost.

st spent are: station facilites, shops, and them, he said. I i the general fund of economic know- i:;meeting: with the success! that they : and with comfort and convenience areeh
i i from the
4 I j' very tact that enough
? shop equipment, 30,000 tons of 100 ledge. Unsound economic reasoning' Ford Coupe in
el rail reductions double Three months competent teachers cannot be employed I e greater ,
pound grade ago state-wide tritium is especially unfortunate at a time
; i
Quite often
tracking additional yards, new equipment was directed agaisot the drainage .when members of the "farm bloc" they are eon- ,

including locomotives 101 steel plans of the Everglades, and j j(i and others more devoted to special fronted the with school the alternative cf closing So great is the demand that a shortage

passenger coaches and 5,331 freight: predictions were freely made that interests than to the welfare of the altogether or employ. is certain. List your order nowcoverit
t !! ing young: and inexperienced teachers. '
i. carl. farming in the Luke Okeechobee section j country, would even deprive the ear' |I The fact that Uachers1 salaries are | ,with a small down payment the
would be impossible for years. I riers of fair return. A who ,
a man '
balance convenient ''
better than I on terms. I
now ever before is con-
With twenty-one hundred cases of Today the largest crop in the history i I invests $1,00. in a goodrailroad Is as i iI i(elusive! evidence ,I .
e liquor aboard, the Cuban steamer of that section is about ready for harvesting j I much entitled to fair return on his j spoor that it is not the Toni piss have aer.r b..s N low :

Monetennotte was towed into Key and appeals are being broad- investment as a man who invests II salary that is driving teachers Fled pe/J Aa saw bees so high : .

West by the coast guard cutter Sau- casted throughout the state for la-1 I 000 in a good farm, and any n'-I .s above qioted.: Reasonable-minded f

kee. The steamer was found anchored bor to gather the crop. No section of ing that leads to a different I
( sustain his I J. W.SUREWS.:
.' persons argument, which JR.. Di :\1.ER
within United States waters off the United has
States ever recovered! clusion is unfair, unsound and
r J un- 'I is more than can be said for the purist L''iC01. FORD FORDSOYSTARKE
: Sombrero -lighthouse, ''without as quickly from a disaster: as has American. I''
I ritit' (f railroad and their
9 and supplies by the tug relief, which 1 this wonderful muck land area around I I: There i if no call for eljcidation. or and relations in the management FLORIDA
i. responded to S. O. S. calls from the shores of the, great inland *ea of explanation of what Mr. La Roe says,I iof i lnda:ry and transportation. L---, l -
; .J'i. Monetennotte. The master of Fle.ida. Five thousand of to-
.. acre people ;wilt" agree that the facts area Times-Union. _- _

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FRIDAY APRIL 9, t!>22. .
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MAN FOUND DEAD ONBANKS I 1 every- part of tho building in fivo or six: I Florida may have to get their supplyof ; ;;

OP CREEK; Government Tfjing to Learn \\h> I I stories high all built on a solid concrete I drinking wuter therefrom. It is
uintiiitt dim cultivating of
Prices Are ; / cane foundation down to the rock I u reservoir with sufficient water
:Soaring: In Face
of Bum-
Mystery Shroud. Death-Authorities '. Crop and Suuur ,Hill Near: I) Completed: 1 There are three sets of heavy rollers, I)j therein to irrigate the whole 'ttlauV'S"
per World
Surplus ,"Ihe I II
Believe Man Was Murdered .1' big sugar mill now being completed three to each set, nine in all\, to crush if a water table is properly established -

The United States" I is one ol the largest in thc I the cane and extract the juice there- i: by the engineers in charge of theproject.
Goverment is
MCTIM DEAD SEVERAL DAYS last on the trail of the at, Mouth und the (ant word in sugarhouse from. The bnlCa sl' is carried to the That big body of water al- '
sugar gouBXrA / mailiiiior ', when
) reaping coinleted lire box timid used
I as fuel.
1.10 affects the climate on the oust and
investigation by the around and half million (
Jacksonville March 31.-Mystery I purtment of Commerce has n"'j r dollars.( Vbuut one hundred a white I "A modern refinery i is being built south side of the lake, both summer
surrounds the death of a mail believed the paradox of u plentiful supply ..f'' I and one hundred colored men areworking | und if they so wish can bring ratvl| nnd winter The luke must be kept ;
to be a Jacksonville resident, sugar at famine prft-cs.! As sugar from Cuba or any other coun- for transporting the produce grown
a rc- at the mill and the
whose body was found yesterday afternoon suit the Department of Justice has I lion, all\ of which certainly looks good l I try und reline it there. Thin is one round it. No'ulle /getting the land
on the banks of Cedar creek been asked to run to earth und punisha to mo. und in two moreur.s, will of the real reasons for 2.: feet of water rcmly to plant if you destroy the I
several miles southwest of Jacksonville possible from the sun to the municipal only means of transportation. Fortunately "
sugar combine intent on be looking good/ to the sugar producing -
with two deep knife wounds! docks ut Miami. the conditions are such that .
: in.
manipulating market to !keep souring Couple i of the world. '
The fact that | "At the time l'f' both draimiKO and transportation can i
his neck. no wcupon'was in the interest of profiteers present till! eyes
I protected ( ,'nt high over the
found led the county authorities' by a two-cent tariff on sugar. glut)rennd in the carol,' of course.great1)r till' notion are wuvthing thu operation und will lie maintained. Whut la .,
forth the theory of murder. and result of this big needed now in u perfectly smite pliin '
to put Sugar has jumped\ from six to ten damaged the tune, but by no .project,
Another theory is that the victim may cents a pound wholesale within the I means wax it killed. Planting und and next season when the mill und und "more'dredges to put it into ef'f.\

have been attacked by thugs who ; last six weeks. Some big refiners ""A.AMrRICM. TOBACCO to I replanting is being done daily by a refinery are working) full capacity, fect. I ItI,
ere frightened 'away before robbery say the price will even reach 20 centsa I large number of men, and within many hundreds of interested people I
could be committed. pound by June. Yet figures com I live months you would never know will be down here to invest and build''
Some county officers last night expressed piled by the Department of Commerce New York at a cost warranting a that water hud completely coveredthe other sugar: mill. along thc canal. Unhappy In Frl.nd hlo.

the opinion that the man show "a probable world sugar surplus wholesale price at the most of sev- fields from 12 to 2i inches deep. :Million of Oultitlv Cal.ital-) Many people expect too much frog
night have been slain by "shiners." of 476,000 tons" this year en cents a pound. The fields seemed to be well\ ditched i "These people have shown their .lrelr friend They mny themselves .r
tills have been destroyed in the sec- "A buyers' strike" is suggested by but arrangements are being made for faith put up'thrl'c million dollars i I )e ao thoroughly genuine and iilncer* ."
l lI
that they nil I their friend to t .
the found.
Ion where body was Senator Arthur were flooded out and
Capper of Kansas. other canals mid dikes through and they comeback i the smote, nnd when they discover 1
County Detective Henry Lillienthal "Government food experts" he around the with, renewed faith energyand I ,
says plantation. The location little f mil Is lu their Idols they feel tho
leading the investigation stated he "tell us that sugar profiteers can fce Prosperity lass Returned to U. S. of this plantation and sugar mill is money. They are now planting und I aiuippolntm I mast iKMilely. Do not

Scouted the suicide theory and is driven from their dugouts, if the a most excellent one, on the banks of replanting the cane, and completingthe I pitch your Htiiudanl too high: then yon
vorking on the belief that the man housewife will strike-cut down the Prosperity is visiting America the big 110 by 13 foot Miami-Okeecho- mill. They ask no financial\ help aN less likely to tmvu your Idol sbnttored. -
vas brutally murdered. use of sugar for a time" according to all visible signs. And bee cunul. The land is. level and of but they do ask and expect: tho moral ... Try to remember that friends
The scene of the tragedy being on "You say you hate the profiteer. government authorities say it will the best quality of muck. i land physical assistance of those interested will never illiiippolut u* It we observe .,
the creek bank leads to the belief Prove it by bringing him to his remain for a long time unless a rash "The Florida! East Const Railroad in this section of Florida in two staple rules : (! ) to timid oat ;

|that the assailant hoped the body knees begging for mercy. You can of profiteering in factory products company will soon build a ruilraud 1 draining the ',,:;Iales beyond any pos what lust they UmU are; (2) to expect them ttw .

night be so badly decomposed before do it in a week if all will help. If or in wages break out. from Okei'chobeo City around the sible chance of again being drownedout.

found that it would destroy the I the millions would declare 'not a The business of the nation has grad- east side of Lake Okeechobee to the Some means must be devised Files cured in o to 14 luy,
evidence of a crime. cent for the tribute to cornerers and ually moved away from the deflation Miami canal thence down the canalto to prevent a recurrence of such U Drnaaansrdund money If PAZ OINTMENT fall!
panic of 1921. The revival has been to cuiu Inhlntf.: Unfit:::: Jlrmlmtl: or Prirtruillni. Piles
Justice of the Peace J. S. Geiger gamblers it would make the profi- Miami. When this is done and tho condition. Several more dredges "ill'Iltlng lumnntlv rpllivt IrrhlnH Pile and *
vho hurried to the creek bank to teers come to time. People have the rapid. Recent income tax collections drainage successfully completed I canals and building dikes should vnM.1 vln-r "'* *** Ort .uulle.t, ',nuul..c l ,:..1-

view the body, said he would conduct power. They don't use it. That makes show that the upward trend started many thousand tons of sugarcane bo started at once. There should heat '
eornor's inquest at 2:20: p. m. Wed them lambs to be shorn. early last year. grown along the line of railroad least two dredges working night HOW TO GET BACK
nesday. Bumper Crop Banks Manufacturing concerns labor will be curried to this mill to be made : and day on the Miami canal. Wo

The man had been dead at least Official Washington Is wrought/ up farmers and stockmen are getting into sugar. The mill will have a capacity should not base our operations) on the THE "JOY OF LIFE"
'three days before the body was found over the situation. These facts have the benefits of better times according of 10,000 acres, therefore, they fact that this. In the firnt high water

hortly after 1 p. m. yesterday come to light during the last week- to reports in tho Treasury, can grind their own crop and buy all for ten or twelve years, but dig as if isn't worth living if you're lit>
County Detective Lillienthal wild> When the slump in the price of Commerce Labor and A-jrid'ltunj that is brought to them, at the .mar ;;i we expected another next winter. LIFE and run down around.If you. can hardly

he face was slightly decomposed.In sugar occured in 1921, many of the Departments. Saving deposits ar' ket price which I understand in. j Let me say bins: That if another drag the rich yourself red blood, full of health
the man's pockets were found a Cuban plantations passed into the increasing unemployment ,ia diminishing. from four to live dollars per ton. long rainy Reason nets in, und( the and vigor, were pumping through your
etch and a wallet containing $:>.68. hands of New York capitalists. Other mills will bo erected and opera- canals are not ready und sufficient veins the joy of life would corm back
here were no marks of Identificationin Raw Cuban sugar can be laid downin "The fact that there Is no unemployment ted further west and north of the I to keep the wuter from standing on Boon haa worked enough this! Gude's magic for I'cpto-ManKan thousands-

| the wallet nor on the timepiece. New York for two and one-half in the country todatut, present mill as soon as conditions. Ithe| 'glades we might as welj turn it will do) the same for you. Takeit
The body was half-clad. The top cents a pound which with the tariff rather a shortage of workers Is the justify it. cranes etc., us confidence will larg- I for a short time and see how your
Bhirt shoes socks and hat were of two cents and the refining cost most profoundly eloquent evidenceof Cane Will be Profitable ely be destroyed und it would take it health and strength improve. Your
I it liquid or tablets, as t
|found about four feet from the body. added should mean refined sugar in impro.Pd conditions-general pros- "Cotton growers average around many years to bu restored. If necessary druKKittt has -
,hey were soaked in water apparently the New York market at seven cents pe rity-that one could have" declares twenty-rive or thirty dollars per acre. lower Lake Okeechobeu to
by the rising tide and the rain wholesale. Secretary of Commerce Hoover. Cane sold at four dollars per ton I' 14 feet above sea .level until the canal Dude'spcpto'anam

,which fell during yesterday.The The world's crop is greater than should average around $150 per acre l are completed then the 5-fot level
county detective said the man any since the war and exceed the Every government department that to the grower often more. i{ can bu safely restored.
vas 45 years old. He was about 6 pre-war average of 80S.OOO tons. acts as a barometer to business condi- "A community mill buying all you I "I do not believe thut in order to
feet 9 inches tall. He had brown ,Hoover !Makes DenialTo tions is confident of the situation. The can grow is certainly u blessing to drain the 'glades/ that it will be nec- Tonic and Blood Enricher
eyes, a smooth face black hair and date nothing has been heard income tax returns for the lirst per- any community growing cane. I essury to make u 'hog wallow' out of "'-
lightly bald on the top. He weighed from the sugar interests. The De- iod of 1922 paid this month will ov- "Beyond any doubt the mill is the 1 Luke Okeechobeo. This is one of the .
bout 180 pounds. partment of Justice is engaged in an erreach the original estimate from biggest and most expensive plant of largest bodies( of pure, clean healthful gIre..s.s 5 .etdeta, SMI14 !_ t
investigation of the situation. Her- $25,090,000 to $50,000,000 making a in this nation and rerturearitalltycur. nioruy by vurtfrbM end K. t
any kind in Florida. And it la the water many .
You ., toI ju 8< .
rkhinglb.blael. -nn x o nnii
SHALL WE LIVE AGAIN ber Hoover, secretary of commerce, total of from $125,000,000 to $150-; last word in sugar making machinery cities on the oust and went coast of Nang. lavluoratluit tn..-t Price' M% .
I has been blamed for the rise in price 000000.
because Railroad traffic Is the heaviest ever .. -- --- .
j} I feel in myself the future of life. of a statement issued sum-
Et;: am like a forest once cut down; the marizing the total production and I known at this season. Qrders for new r
a;"new shoots are stronger and livelier consumption of sugar. This state- cars and locomotives! may be the

than ever. I am rising I know, toward ment was taken by many to indicatea largest since 190:>. Other industriesare
the sky. The sunshine is on shortage for this year. more active than at any time
'my head. The earth gives me its i "I regret to see circulated the leg- since the peak of the war-time In- COMMERCIAL

generous sap but heaven lights me end that the department stated there flation. Textiles steel, automobiles
with the reflection of unknown was a shortage of sugar," gays sec- and building are booming. Stocks
..worlds. reary Hoover. "The department made are going up. Even exports are In-

WYou| ; may say the soul is nothing no such statement. Unfortunately I I creasing.For PRINTING
3 but the resultant of the bodily pow- statements issued was misinterpreted the first time in more than ,
'en. Why then Is my, soul s but the moment it was broughtto two years postal savings deposits
, luminous when my bodily powers be- my nttenion it was immediately showed an increase over withdrawals
' gin to fail? Winter is on my head corrected in the press." during February. From January,
but eternal spring is my heart. 1 By telegraphic instructions from 1921, to January, 1923 a decline was .
"j breathe at this hour the fragrance of St. Augustine Flu., to the tariff commission reported each month. Total deposits ,
f:the lilacs, the violets and the roses I I President larding instituted on January 31 amounted to I
as at twenty years. The nearer 1 an immediate inquiry into the $131,560,000. On February 28 they
hear around me the immortal sym bearing of the FordneyMcCumbertariff were $132,072,000, an increase of ",

phonies of the world which invite me. schedule on the present high $501>.000. CARDS
It is marvelous yet simple. It is a price of sugar. He made clear that .

,fairy tale, and it is history. he is prepared to lower the sugar PENNSYLVANIA' 8UGAR COMPANY POSTERS
p" For halt a century I have been duty at once should the tariff be PLTNT IN EVERGLADESJ. f:

'writing my thoughts in prose and found by the investigation to be responsible ENVELOPESBILL
verse: history philosophy, drama, for the abnormal sugar quo- ( W. Watson in Miami Herald)

'1 romance, tradition satire ode and tations. Representative King Illinois HEADS
'aong-I have tried it all. But I feel a member of the House Banking Few people realize what the Pennsylvania

3ll have not said the thousandth part and Currency Committee, demands Sugar Company has done NOTE HEADS
,of what is in me. When I go to the that the federal reserve board com and is doing at its big plantationright

grave I can say like many others, "I pel banks to stop aiding sugar specu- : at our doors. WINDOW CARDS
" have finished my day's work." But I lators. He holds that talk of prosecuting "It was my privilege and plasure
, cannot say, "I have finished my life." sugar profiteers is "bunk" as to spend most of a day out there SHIPPING TAGS .
. My\ day's work will begin again the the federal reserve board finances the last week as the guest of Mr. and

1, next morning. The tomb in not a speculators by discounting paper on Mrs. Graham. Mr. Graham is the LETTER HEADS
,blind alley-it is a thoroughfare. It which sugar is held in storage. superintendent of the plantation.
" Representative Dallinger urges the Capt. R. E. Rose that veteran cane
; public to cut down consumption as grower and sugar maker and former
ASPIRIN the only means to defeat the "sugar general manager of the Hamilton Dis- ,

I gouger.; He says conditions are now stun company's sugar operations at
similar to what they were immediate St. Cloud Florida from 1881 to 1885
[ Say '''Bayer'' and Insist! ly after the war. was at the plantation for a few

"Then by skillful propaganda" he days and he Is very much enthusedand S

said, "the matket manipulators etc encouraged over the prospects ofa
V "Our Work is the Best"
M1' 1 cessfully created the impression that complete success from every standpoint -

Q there was a shortage/ and thus by at the plantation. .
raising the price to unprecedentedlevels "This was my third trip, but never
gouged the buying public out before had I gone over the plantation
' of millions of dollars." and discussed the project with
s ,Senator Ladd suggests prosecutionfor any one in authority. It was indeeda
lrwStlnlese these responsible for the "robbery most agreeable surprise to me.
of the American people by a sugar Three thousand acres are planted to
corner" He said sugar at ten centsa cane, and next season it will be increased
pound wholesale is "pure graft and to six thousand acres. Sixty
worse." thousand dollars' worth of machinery,

Legislators are demanding a thor- consisting of tractors, big and little
ough investigatoin; by a congressional BRADFORDCOUNTY
you nee the MOM "Bayer" on committee. The charge Is made, and A TONIC
package fir on tablet yet" are not g<*t-
tana the genuine Mayer product pre- not being refuted that "the sugar drove' Tasteless. chill Tonic restore
orihfxl by pliynnian over twwity-two market has been cornered by specula Energy and Vitality by Purifying anti
year ami provtxl safe by millions for tors. Enriching: the Blood. When you feel Its ,

Colds Headache The tariff is being blamed by some strengthening.Invigorating effect see bow .
Toothache Lumbago! tot the situation. There is a minimum It brings color to the cheek and howIt

Earache Pain Rhciimatum Pain duty of two cents A pound on Improves the appetite. you will thenappreciate TELEGRAPH
Cuban sugar to benefit the American iu true tonic yaJuo.Grove's .
of Aspirin"only.
Accept "Bayer TabliHn contains sugar producers. But it U pointedout ; Tasteless chill Tonic to Imply
-Each direction unbroken Handy package boxes of that, even with this tariff Cuban Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So
proper pleasant even children like it. The blixalneeds STARKE _
few cent Drvir- be delivered
twelve toblet coot sugar can and refined in
Elite also M-U brittln. of 24 and 10O. QUININE to Purify it mad IRON to .
i* the trade mark of torrer Enrich Its Destroys Malarial germs and
of13alicylioxs closes on'the twilight; open on the .
Manufacture of Moooacatioacideatex Grip germ by Its Strengthening.! Invlgur..tint
>id. dawn.-Victor Hugo Efface t Oe..y .


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' !McClunic.; C. A. McClung board direct.Piwt .
ant. find Lena A. HA thu may
nice! by Marguerite Shriver spent mother Mrs. D. W. Addison. secured a promise that we would have I and Louie Dunley aw d"f..nd..n"b.. underirned I to be Mix feet long and not .
Bradford County Telegraph offer, for mile and will sell tormh alx inchea in diameter at the .. ,
1 U .
Sunday with friends in Starke.Mr. Joe Richard, of Fernandina, was an express car on No. 81, the night < |to. the hiKluwt and. btt btddpr tn front, heart pine or cypr_. D "0

-- -__..--- -.--------- and Mrs. A. E. :McKinney -vere visiting his mother here last week.W. southbound. This car failed to arrive of the court houn* door in Starke Bradford 'The Board rvaerxea the rlirht to I'' J..
--- ---- of ..
oolln,,,. KlorJdii. on Monday thu 7th day or all biil .
visitors to Worthington :Monday\ I. Roberts of Jacksonville, spent although the conductor had a bill for MH)?. A. I*. 1WJH:', durinif the 1 OK ill hours of i I W E 'lOR ODE,
Published weekly and entered as I railroad mile, fur tho "*"* of RntiHfylnic **''d Anal i idicni C. A. .'UTCH. Ih"'MD&II 1' ,
morning. one day last week with his family the car. We then had the night *, the feil purr low in* re*.1 I w.IB.t .., Hftuaie. nnJ, I' H..rotary. 1_"' To'
second class matter, at the post I The Easter program at the Bap- here. I agent to get permission from lyinv inHrnilfurd. < county. .'Iorltl.. ... to wit; .a'
of North.wmt .
Half of SouihwMit QimrUT
office at Starke, Florida. i|! tint church under the direction of Mrs Miss; :Magdaline Hitch Is visiting in the dispatcher for us to load a merchandise North Quart or of Section Thlrtyfl35i.< / .. I I NOTICE

M. and I that the siding.We Tnwnflilp Six ((6)) South Itnntfe Twenty-two 1 Notice In hereby irfven to all ,
F. Matheny was a success Jacksonville. car was on .., !I.... I'
====== -" ="'- ==== (22 KHU: containlnir iiO acr< more or toreatvd in the etate of William <
.. C. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner much credit is due her for the efforts secured permission and loaded it. E. :K. FERRYMAN\ i Into" of Bradford County, Floridathat
MdHtvr In Chancery.
4. Special I E. Powell
I. Florence
put forth. HIGHLAND .,I The express agent, Mr. Hoffman, and D. K. KNIGHT. H ore nee Powell and William utiardiaiitha fJr.
:Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hazen, H. P. some of the buyers worked until after solicitor fur Qmii.lninnnt.! 4.8.&l.al1IIASTEIt.S I ., will on tho 3rd day uf May, \
10 o'clock in tho moinlntr. ,
Ciainey, B. Surrency E. M. and 2 a. m. Tuesday getting Monday's H.
I SALE i Honorable A. Gretn county
I Highland April 6.-:Mr.\ and Mrs.
G. W. Ilazen and T. C. Stewart were berries off, and these berries were Nnttcv in hen-Vv jilve-n thut under and byvirtue Bradford County. Florldu. at the I L. B. Ward returned Wednesday from :: I j in Starke. for an order to aoll at ttr'
visitors to the county seat Monday. I I bought and paid for. of that and c rtj pntcrud in tin l deem Jummry of 20 foreelomiro A.- ,\ public ..ule nit the riicht, title and)
made on i iP.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I a visit with relatives at Palatku. Florence Powell
of Martha Rnd
ll J. A. Douglass] of Plant City, was Tuesday, the whole fault was that H'L'3 by Hon. A. V. Lony Judiie of tho Jr., minor helm of the nni WlTowi'll )
M. R. of Lake J I .and fur Jlradford county.Kloilda. <
Per Year ___________. _________$2.00 visiting friends! here Sunday. I Richards City, Ipft I there was not enough ice so that the Circuit. Court in that tn certain. cauae. whurtiin Adam C. Powell d",, ..,..d. in and, to thanamed

lilt |I :Miss Clara] St. Clair, of Alachua, Wednesday for Estill S. C., after refrigerator boxes could be loaded. BrinHtm 1 la complitinHnt, imd. duTenduntH.1. J. GnK&hamand thoumbTHiicnid County pemonal, Florida property. towitrOn aituutedford
week here on business.Mrs. I Amnndu <;iati'hum ar ,
unending a
1 was a vfsitor to our town Saturday II ; The writer had 50 boxes sold to one will olFer for nalu arid will nell ** !tunx'ntinv ntlll and auppitcabarrel ,
REVIVAL MEETINGS \ H. C. Miss\ Wini I for etiHh to. the hltrhwt blddi'r. in front ofth *, nil toola.,all pirlUi.., rotin Jinturpentine
afternoon.Mrs. Wimberly, buyer and had the boxes on the plat .. courthuiine, dior In Stark-, Bradford 4 mulwi and 2 ram. '
t J. C. Cone has been on the fred Wimberly, G. H. Barker and M.\ form. The berries were bought, $7 ty !loriflu... on Monday Ihe 7th duy of "nlln-j S wBRonn and harn> *... 1 Kord truck J.
J. J. Bulleh tho .It-iral hours of and fixture all cup and srutui
( ) /\ I> IHiM.\ clurmir Bary inWe <
sick list for several days. R. Richards motored to Mace fenny on I being the lowest price, and an average for thv puriMiHi" of Katinfyinir xatd final decree i nil proiterty. ....nn.1 l with tho nuva '" '"
clttirrilMd rral MI tat* In Uraclfoid plnce.' of Pouell and Powell at Stark
I It la a commonplace that the Chris The home of T. C. Hazen caught Wednesday.J. of above $8 but was unable to thv( "", anty. Fliirlda. to-wit: tdn ; a certain! mortirnwe ictvcn by K. T

'\, tian must DENY himself; but it is fire last Wednesday afternoon but L. Briggs and J. O. 'Guess, of I get ice and did not know there was of Tho the North Nurtlunitt HiUr. Quarter f>f thu Northwest of the SouthcnRtQuiuM.r Quarter Intcton In rnortKnice and wife to hook I'owell"V" and at PRR PowelEed juHa

not n commonplace that the Christian was extinguished before much damage Jacksonville were transacting busi- 'no ice until about 2 p. m. Tue dllY. of Section .J.w..n..lx <1281.> Town.M recordi'. of Utmlford county Florid,
HIMSELF. That whic> hi i. Hv' (fit. South, Ranue Twenty-two <122)> certain morliraKea. on* irlven byV K
must deny ) was done. J nes shere Wednesday.I The result was wb shipped 140 crates Emit: contninlnti Five ((5t' acre*, mnre or ) and wife, and one irlven by Ellmt tto
he is pledged to is the Jonial' of him Mrs. F. A. Andrews of New River by that we had sold togo D E. KNIGHT. 1..1 Powell and .Powell recorded. in Hr*
Geo. Wilkinson business visitor
I was a open express Special. MunU in .. at pane 647 and iook No 4t Paw '
self. And this is not to be translated spent the week-end here at the home I to Lawtey Thursday. in boxes, and the highest price A S. CREWS, I ho. record* of Bradford County Hoi
465164NOTICE .. .h from tha Powell-Smith Com
Solicitor foi Complainant. awe !pa
into terms of easy import as some of her son, S. V. Andr u. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Click and children obtained from these consigned berries Powell and Powell recorded, in BookmincellaneouM. '

are Inclined to do. It is not the denial T. L. Godwin and mother of Alachua of Jacksonville, visited friends WUH less than $4. The entire 140 :.; TO CONTRACTORS I anU .wife on Fair to Powell BHJ ; and leane. Pow fronRobert

pf certain pleasures nor even of were in town Monday! afternoon. here Thursday. crates will not likely average $1 per Stilled bida, will t. received. by the Board ,': corded. in Book No.6. Mwcellaneou. ',.
of liond Truatcxw of Bradford county 864 leatie from Hilllard Johnaon
all, nor necessarily of any. What Ressie Colson was n visitor to Graham Troy and Dewey Bennett, of Law crate net to the buyer. idn. at 1h office of th Secretary of the' I I to Powell 1 and Powell recordnd In H) .
then does it mean7 It is the denial I' board: nt Starke, Florida* until 2 o'clock p. 5 MiacellnneouH, Paye 14(1( : leami '
Sunday afternoon.Mr. to the Telegraph after ,
tey were visitors here Friday.J. According m. of May 10 H 3, and ut that time I'uhlicly Powell-Smith: Co., to Powell anil Poucorded ;"
of the SELF that lies behind: all and Mrs. J. H. Sowcll and children L. Johnson visited relatives in Tuesday everything was all right. opened for conwtructinK or 1m- tm Book. No.4. MiHOellanenuKnHH .
end It (is the del ,,",vi nil thu following road or .".Uona of lt<4i*.. from C. L.. Peck and wife I'
pleasures pursuits. of Cooter Pond were visitors. Jacksonville Saturday.E. Yet, every day Starke growers haul mnilH in Bradford county : nil. .recorded in Book No., 6, MIHC., PHKleane
icate refusal to regard our individual I Road No. 1, U rook err tu Slate Aid Road No. from O. L. Brown and wifi* tuK.
here last afternoon. and day Lawtey
Saturday to Lawtey- '
Wilkinson was a visitor to Starke every 102 Approximate. I'nll.h3..3 mile*. Cnnova and himbnml to Powell anr
life as a life with interests of its own L. L. Johns of Sampson was attending Wednesday. growers\ haul to Starke. 'The Una I fiuantitlc1* of the !item* on whichproiHwalu ,.11. recorded in Book No.6. Miucvlla.Pave ...
are ddrcd. are approximately a* L. Brown find wife to
-Mid O. IV
and the seeing of it only as in Instrument to business nere Tuesday. : A. H. Wilkinson was transacting Prices at Lawtey Wednesday were follow :. and I'owell. recorded. in Book No. Mlaneoua
of God and contribution to His Clearing and\ ,,",hhlnll. 22:5: ncrea.Kxcavntfon ., 1' ,, 465 lenae from the Ei
a "" ;
Mrs. Emily Abbott !ia! visiting her business in Lawtey Tuesday. I mobtly] $;; to $7 with many sales at ; 2HOt)0) cu. ydn.Kntul Lumber Company to Powell and Powv

kingdom. son, J. A. Abbott, of Plant City thiswel.k. H. C. Wimberly Jr., finished a six $3 and $3.50. Prices at Starke the machine trrAdinit; 70lt. "", Uons.1M corded In Book No. 7. Pave 1, all In tli
with I 1 inch pipe, 400 lin. ft.Jl lio record* of Bradford County rlorii(
Self-denial thu not I
!! doing I day: Nothing lower than $7 120 months term of school at Island Grove / same Inch pipe corded< l by the clerk uf the circuit eraaid

out things nor reducing life to a beggarly E. S. Gainey, of Plant City was : Friday arid 1 returned to his home here and an average of over $8.50. Day Structure' nurfncinir 81.000 material.ft. board 6.001\ nteanure.* cu. yda.Mixintr count). TtORENCK" : r... roWE

minimum. We belittle the great here on a visit .the first of last week. Saturday. !I At Lawtpy Thursday only eleven and nhaplnir. < .ni.d-cluy surface ?fl000 ,- Guardian of Martha Florence Powe'Villiam :
call 'of God to self-denial when I no. yd*. \ C..0..11.. Jr., Minor H.
Ira W. Pinholster last Wednesday sold sold at I
,. spent I crates ; .they were $3 per All work ti* be clone In accordance with William C. Powell Deceased.
interpret it merely as a call to give transacting business in Jack crate straight for the entire eleven, i t he plann and tmit ructlonii, general( provin-1 A. /. ADKINS.!
Mrs. E K. I
Ferryman I lonn, Hircctitl proviaiomt, atpfCiOcHtiorui" nnU i ipropofiiii Attorney for Guardian. 3-20
this that. Doubtless that will I
up or sonville. the small children of the Methodist so the average for that day was $3. find contract of' Bradford county. -

be one of the great effects upon us; E. M. Hazen has purchased a Ford Sunday school by 'giving them an Starke paid Thursday from $7 to fled Kuch chfck bid 1 on miut n be bank:accompanied in 'Bradford by a county ceitf*, j .

and in that the world will find evidence touring car.Cantey $10.50. The writer thought until Friday made pa>'ahlo to C. A. Futch .", ,,,"'ry..llo..1
Easter eA'hun) Saturday afternoon of Bond TniHtec*. for five per cent of the.
that we have been with Jesus. Oliver, of Pine Hill, was a at her home on West Madison street. afternoon that the top price at amount bfd. an iividi-nco. of trood faith anl''
But His call ia infinitely more searching ait it iruarant**} that If a wa rdcd t ho contract
visitor here Starke but
Monday. Thursday was $ WO. was
Mrs. Ferryman was assisted in enter | the bidder, will execute the contract and Rive
than this. It pierces to the heat I Messrs.! P. A. Crosby and I. W. Pin- told by Mr. Lacy Underhill that he bond aa required.I
the little and
taining people serving .
The rlieht 10 ntterved, to reject any or .11blobo.
: and oaks who has been denied there- : holster spent Monday fti Starke and refreshments byI! I'll. O.'Il.. White was paid $10.50 for his berries Thurs.day. .
self J" "If will Pinna and apeciflcaUonr may be ne. n at thn
of UII. any man come truck.
while there purchased a Ford .
I and !Miss Madge Middleton.] office of the county enirlncer, and copies of I i
/ after 4rut. let him deny hlmll.lf.Ve I T. C. Hazen and family were visiI If you will take an average of the :the:, upeciflcatinntf may bo :obtained; I from thu t twcreUry
of the board at 8J.AO per copy.Copies .
cannot both follow Christ and, assert I tors to Aluchua Monday afternoon. week's prices at Starke and Lawtey of the plan may bo obtained from

ourselves How men. and women spoil J. S. Forsyth spent Tuesday in I FROM A BUYER'S STANDPOINT: I : I the week's average will be consider the m-crrtary of the board .at E.$2.TOKODE ft'') each.W. '

their lives and influence by.their} Gainesville. able in favor of Starke, and it is the C. A. FUTCIf. Chairman, }',... Tern.Swjtftfirv .
I Thomas Throws Searchlight on the _____ --i-fl.fit-6-l/;
dainty, and, as they deem clever adjustments R. A. Weeks is h'Ivinhis/ turpentine t week's average and the season uverI -
of Intere ts. With them it Strawberry' ConditinnsWe !MTirE TO- BIDDERS
still overhauled. J. D. Baxter that counts and the high price
I"g-e .
I Scaled bid* will bo received by the Bnarilof
is "some of self] and some of Thee, is doing the work. I one day is whut most critics comment Ifomh TruMtvefl. of Bradford County, f lor* Our Own Lenses
But the surrendered life'learns that have been requested to publish Ida. nt the o IF tee of the Secretary of the BmirJat Ojrind
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Shriver and son on. .
Starke. until 'Ji o'clock p. m.
it has no interests! of its own. For LewIA.' w..re in Starke Sunday after the lielow statement written by E.M. Another very importupt thing: :Not May in, 23'I I'II"t I tint time publicly I open-: i iApproximately I NODELAYCjeunesVille.
cd. for
\ Thomas one of our largest
want of this insight, Napoleon spent noon. produce more than half of Lawtey berries are 700 fence pout. to be deliver '
buyers. The statement was read, ed alontr the Hronker ,road, between L. A.:' Florida
his latter island .
days upon a lonely Alva Thomas of Pine Hill was in sold as the balance are under mortgage Wynn'a and J, W. 1'revattw In tuch quantities
before the citizens' committee at their
washed by the pitiless sen. town Saturday. / or contract. I am Informed by I
meeting Saturday, and we cheerfully
These the truths seeking
are we arc
numerous and reliable parties that --
publish it, as it is plain that both
I to emphasize! my fellow-citizens BRADFORD never more than 50 per cent of Law- I
sides should be hell rd. Mr Thomas GENERAL INSURANCE
in the revival meetings in
progress / tey berries are sold f. o. b.

in the Baptist church in which says: i .Summing this week Starke has
Bradford April 6. There walt'an up I INMAN & RITCHFiRE.
Owing to erroneous and exaggerated
Rev. W. R. White U assisting' the pas bought a larger percent of the berries
pipping given at the home of Mr.
egg reports being circulated by certain
tor. We are attempting to encourage offered for sale than Lawtey. I
and Mrs. Honey! near' Worthington, parties who have spent many LIFE, BONDS,
and in the of life years
men women way ,Starke has had an for the
that will mean a greater Starke than Saturday night. A large crowd attended in the practice of creating these kinds! week of a vrice (f. o. b.) very far Located ia building cf E. A. Strout Farm Agtocy. Office open 14
and report a nice time. I II. of reports the town citizens were led
material of itself Hours Every Day.
any prosperity can ahead Of: Lawtey. In making this average
C. !M. Anilreu in Brooker last
was to believe that a great injustice was
produce. It is such a truth as this I. i I would figure the days that STARKE FLORIDA
Sunday intentionally done to the berry
that l, have just presented finding a grow nothing was sold at Lawtey as the ,
i Harrelt
W. H. attending to .
place in the minds'" and hearts of men I price being nothing this would make
business in Brooker 8aturlay.Mull'olm .
The writer heard preachers merchants
that will lift the reputation of the Starke several dollars ahead
Harrell and his accomplished I policemen and loafers average HAROLD HUME Win. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON.Jr.
berry product of Starke to the place
sister Miss\ Geneva will leave of Lnwtey. Praitdant Vic.Pr.iiJent S.o. & Tre...
highly excited talking about the
that it should occupy In the markets I way Now the facilities. Law

of the country. We must begin with next week for Gainesville where they the Starke buyers had! treated the tey had compare two cars of berries Monday Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry
will enter the University. They will but heard practically nothing 1 .
of' growers
a curb on self-interest a denial more than they had cars to load them Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices
bo missed the net of I'
our of
: young complaint from berry ,
self. We invite your thought and any
j in. I also believe they had some Tuesday
; In these meetings that they section.Mrs. grower of any consequence. Some Prompt Shipment
I with
no cars, though I am not
1 L. Cook the of her ,
was guest
I newcomers and small growers complained
bo successful in that whith
may : we
sister I sure about Tuesday. Starke has not Atk your neigtiborHe know .
I Sunday. a little but none of the
all so greatly need. grow
I yet had any berries piled up waiting "G. latest li. before "
Misses Blanche and Fay Andreu ers seemed to know that a great injustice t price t buying.
for to be ordered.
.. BROOKEKBrooker were in Brooker Saturday afternoon. i had been done them. This comparison is not intended as E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, J Jacksonville/ Fla,
.. Livingston Ruas and Roy Forsyth I We have every season days when

were visiting at he Harrvll home on I there are more berries than that day's any criticism or reflection on Law

April fl.-Mr. and M II. uturday. demand tey but simply a reply to the state I -
% will take care! of at a high
t E. M. Hazen, Miss Eunice Hazen And fiiib Gillard, of Brooker passed price. We have every day berries ments bade by the Telegraph. The 'I

E. T. Stewart were visitors-to SturlUWednesday. through here Saturday cnroute to that on account of the poor quality buyers at Lawtey and the buyers at I

Worthington. there is sale for. Starke and every other point are .always
Mr. and Airs. C. J. Crews and Mrs, Cephus Harrell was in Worthington "There were no carlot buyers." willing to help out In handling HAVE YOU GOT I II

I J. D.. Baxter were in Gainesville last Saturday.We I There were car lot buyers and I the crop in every way. The

; Wednesday afternoon.G. are glad to note Mrs.! W. 1I1.I could have sold I two or more cars depend on the growers for a bUyerS''

B. Colson has had a new tilling\ Harrell from her and the "row'er to a large '
quite improved re- Monday but because of the unexpected
station installed in front of his store. I i ct'ntIInesll.\ rush of the new crop there was no pends on the buyer. There should be THE PASS WORD ? i'i'I

J. T. Quigley of Starke, was! attending Mrs. G.V.. Barry has been sickI. car Monday but plenty of boxes, and close co-operation between the grow I

to business here Tuesday af this week. at least six- hundred crates were sold er and buyer and in many places

ternoon.Mrs. : I. The infant of Mr. and Mri//. Hammond at from $7 to $11 per crate. However, there is this co-operation, between I

G. B. Colson and son, Ressie Lynn has! been Heriously ill for I only know of one grower who /got these two important factors. But at i

were visitors to SUrke last Wednes the past week. $11. Starke there are so many buttinskys iI

day. Roswell Ward and Roy Andreu of The next statement "There were meddlers agitators mlsrtpresentors .. I
Dr. of Lake made and it is against the 'law to publish
King Butler avail Brooker attended the egg hunt nt no curs during the early part of the I

here Wednesday.Mrs. I Old Bradford Sunday and report a week; There was a car loaded here the rest that there is always trouble. We do not know whether you belong to any of the '

F'. L. Colson and daughter, of nice time. Tuesday of 126 crates, and all cars at This is, not intended for the CitlzenllCommitt..e. various and sundry organizations or not, but you are I

Pine Hill, were visitors here Thurs : The Easter egg/ hunt given at old Lawtey are loaded not less than 175; They have the right' desire no doubt aware that before entering any of these sanctums I

day.Inez. : Bradford Sunday afternoon was a crates had this been and have accomplished! good and l I
so car loaded to you have got to be in possession of the "pass
wil much
Abvrnathy spent Friday shopping success. canacity there would have been accomplish very more

in Gainesville.Mr. I --.-- no berries that could l not practically have $good if they will keep up what they word." Not only are you required to give the password l

and Mrs. L. A. tirown and children UAIFORDRaifard been shipped in the ear. have started. to some duly authorized officer, but you are obligator-

spent Thursday afternoon in "Hauled their berries to Lawtey The only criticsm I offer the Citizens ily bound to give it to no one who is not duly qualified

Starke.Mr. April n.-.Messrs, N. T. where there was ready sale at fancy Committee is that they acted too to receive it. -

Stcnrns of Starke, was here Ritch and A. S. Crews of Starke, prices and facilities for shipping on quickly on the reports circulated by
the parties just referred to and We want to give the word'to of the
:i Tuesday! were visitors here Friday afternoon. consignment." The price' at Lawtey caused you pass one

\.; :Mr. Lamb, of Worthington was a ;Marcus Ilrown of Lawtey, was a Monday was from $7 to $1(5( the $18 some misunderstanding and hard most desired institutions the world knows today. This

visitor to our town Tuesday after visitor here Friday. being paid for two crates. The average feelings and the good old Telegraph pass word consists of a pass book to this bank, where

n on. Joe Hill Williams of Lake Butler, at Lawtey Monday was probably got excited and published statements the rank_and file to which you may ascend is governed I

J. W. FinhoUter! of LaCrosae, wni was in town Thursday. around $10. Starke'a average that they did not take time" to con by your own efforts and the help of this institution. i

in town last Friday en route to New Miss Helen Nauright was a visitor was around $ .50. The facilities at firm.
There degrees take in the ranks
The facts stati d in this article I are many you may ,
11'; River. to Starke last week.
Lawtey consisted -
{some nice, clean.
;:; Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pmholster and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews were safe Bradford county dirt on which gathered from pi rsonal knowledge at through which you may travel'in banking channels, I

,\ Blanche Crews spent 'Friday afternoon visitors to Worthington; Springs: last to place the berries until cars could Starke and from personal investigation the highest "degree is independence.

in Gainesville. Sunday.Mr. he secured the following/ day. Many at Lawtey If I have been misInformed Come to us and let us give you the pass book. Your I

Mrs. W. M. Harrcll and daughter, and !Mrs. S.JT. Dowlinir 8f Lake of the growers'who haJled from hereto oo/stated anything not correct first deposit constitutes the "first degree," then it is up

Geneva of Bradford were visitors Butler were visitors here Sunday.A. Lawtey were offered thance to I will g1.Idly'correct it when
to as to' how take and the rank
I that I in you many you may you
here Wednesday. D. Andrews was visitor to load proven was error.
I I a their berries in a car at Starkeon
Wishing/ the Citizens Committee may attain in the pinnacle of absolute i 'dependence.
Ralph Hazen of High Springs was Jacksonville recently. consignment but hauled to Law I ,

the week-end guest of homefolks. Alphonso Sapp was a visitor to tey and piled their berries upon the I every success: and assuring them of .

Rev. Joyner, of Dukes, was a visitor Heilbronn Springs last week. ground until cars could be had the every assistance that I may be able

here Jlonduy.Mrs. \ Mrs. Dennis of South I to give them I am
Andrews next until
day. Up the present date

..<' T. C. Hazen was on the sick Jacksonville is visiting her parents no bevies have been piled up to wait I i Respectfully BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

list' last week. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Corrin, here thiiweek. until cars could be secured but there I E, :M. THOMAS.MISTER'S .

....If.' Fred Hazen, of Starke, spent.Sun were express refrigerators loaded on SALE N. T. BITCH, W. T. WEEKS -J.'H. RITCH.'

day here with homefolks. [I Clarence Ritch was a visitor to :Monday night until after 2 a. m..on I Nntto of!.that.h.n by rtin itivafi flnal that feerv uniltr. and byvirtu President. Vie President. Cashier. ..
e < of forwloaur -
0 Mrs. S. J. Kelly of tarke was Starke recently. Tuesday 'and left on the early mornIng ( null, and. __ on !March 18. lVn.
friends here i' Carl Andrews left by th'' Honoralil A. V. Lorur. liulm of thednutt .
Tuesday, tor.JackllonviIJe
greeting |," Monday express Tuesday. The express I Court, : ami. for bradrortl Comity, )0'
R. A. Weeks and family, accompa- where lie will visit his agent, at the request of the buyers rktriiia) *' in thill curtain. eaua* whvrcin, th* I. .
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F r with an Easter egg hunt at the park. [ tertaim-d the 20th Century club last 1 chel Silcox, Pauline Dubose, Etta Fay
Mrs. J.O" Kickliter and Mrs. 11. L. week at the home of her uncle, J. :M. I Gill I
I I Daisy Tompkins, Ava Lou POP-I COFFINS & CASKETS ;
Brownlee also delighted their classes Truby. Scarlet verbenas and amurylHs pell and Cleo Shepard il

@ Bits ol' Local ], with an egg hunt Saturday afternoon.The lilies were used for I INEW .And a Full Line of

,I and four tables were dt'corations'j RIVER I Und.rtoh.ra' uppl;..

Presbyterian church held beau- bridge.

Information i tiful Easter services last Sunday. Mm O. L. Ileu&ley won first prize,, AUTOMOBILE HEARSE

I' The decorations were of lilies and a deck of cants; and the gentlemen'shigh New River, April (I.-Gr'afton' Ad Always on hand. The best s r- ;

Concerning Our People, Business and ferns attractively arranged about the score was made by Dr. O. L. kins of 'Dlinini, Is visiting Ms parentsMr. eke at the lowest price Spa

InL chancel and pulpit. There was spe- Haynes, who also received a deck of and :Mra. J. E. Adkins, this wrok. eel attention to telegraph or. kI
in the County and Town. m. Registered Embalmer
Progress tel Easter music by the choir, and card. To G M. Inman WHS handed! Nathan Moore, of Jacksonville, is j .

,''ho minister, Rev. T. J. Hedges, delivered the booby prize, a linen handkerchief. the guest of Mrs.\ C'. A. Johns I

an excellent sermon. The hostess served tempting refreshments Miss Alphie Hodgoa was shopping ]! I DeWITT C. JONES D

and I of frozen' fruit salad, in Lake Butler Tuesday i I I'f STARKE FLA .f '
L. Peek Edward Laurie Edwards motor I to
Messy I WALNUT STREET PROPERTY chicken sandwiches, saltines, olives, Mr.[ and Mrs. M.! T. Thomas, of itlfitgt) +Nnlpm'lArymtlMSptlttpSEEDS/ / /
spent :Monday: in Jacksonville.Mrs. Gainesville Saturday and spcn t-un- i "' '' "" ".Ja7III
with Mrs. J. C. Adkins. OWNERS CONNECT: :" TO SEWER coffee and whipped cream. Ktarke, and niece, Onie Rivers, motored i
day The,,guests were tho club members: here Sunday. C

O. L. Beasley is in Tampa vis The city couneil-'1)aet in regular sea Mr. and :Mrs. G. M. Inman, Mr. and Herbert Hudd visited( friends in'
A. C. N'eff and childreivent I i
Mr. and Mrs :Mrs. Ed. K.
her parents, I
Ming to jtenj I sion Tuesday with all members pres Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. F'i Lake City Friday afternoon -
to St. Augustine
burden ent. F. Stump Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews C, A. Johns made a business tripto Meade Cotton Seed '
the celebration, and while the are
Minutes of last meeting were read i Jr, J J. Truby, :Mrs: Florence Lake Butler :Monday.[ ;i
B. F. Carter Georgia Peanut
Adkins Tuesday the guests of :Mrs
A. Z. spent
:Mrs: and approved.The Powell. P. D. Carpenter, Dt:'. and Sirs[ I II
in"Lawtey with her mother, Mrs. M. I Ninety Day and Bunch Velqet Beans
time for paying city taxes was 10. L. Haynea!! and the invited !guestswere : NOTICE OP LEASE OF roi'NTY ("0'\) '
E. Edwards. !Mrs C. L. Peek hud as gues [the extended to May 1st. :Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Boasley and Nutio' .bt !hctvhy trivpn that Ht )12 m M..n. Chufat, Sorgnum
May !! I
first of the week :Mrs Dura Le rd, City attorney was instructed to W. A. Hossent, Jr. of nradnml'muntyMwill. of b.Mil. iiolil""phi' front convict of* Cow Peas all qarietics ?+
Pc of the Mouth door of the courthotiHo (In 1
of Jacksonville and Miss May tuk.
Richardson of Kingston
Bainbridge draft special charter for the town, to : Klnrfiln. to the hlithiwt and htt tmlilir, for Corn all varieties 'i'
the week-end with Paul! Rev. A. E. Dunham went to St. Augustine enid' county convict, ahp.ct to thr Ian. ROcrninir \-
spent be presented to the'I legislature now in ...,.n... I'vritii) of enid l,>ii0 will run Stringless Green Pod, Red Valentine
E. Canova. Jacksonville.HOA. session for Tuesday.C. thriniKh the rear limn. '1'li* txtnrtl rv.fr\M
Crews, state att l'y i passage.* the right to rrjvct any and l nil lililMJ. Kentucky Wonder Snap Beans, at
I The clerk was instructed to notifyMr. .M. HKOWNI.KK.
E. M. ah\ G. W. Hazen were among returned home Friday from Pal a I A. II. Johns, agent for Mrs. D. C. Colley and children, Charges Atlmt Chairman: llonrtl of County CommiMMli>lu>.....' -

the Brooker visitors.to Starke Mon where he attended the spring ter f M. Cone, to clear burned building and Beiisip, of Valdosta, Ga., were (I. W.Clork.ALDERMAN. I' KICKLITER'S

day. court from lot.Resolution. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs J, 4-tf-6t-B.4

passed authorizing the .F. Colley. NOTICE TS) IIIODEM
G. Murrhee has had her C. R. Enno\, of Jacksonville, clerk to turn to the town attor- .' Tho. .Tool otmeil of tin. ''barn of RtHrki. ya
Mrs. Annie over 1. "'<1" will\ ri'i'Llva ...!..! bnl' tip to Iant: Lumber
Thompson street re- been in Starke during the week, \l ling deliquent paving liens. Mr. and :Mrs. It. A. Weeks and childri'n p. m. on On.: ttth tiny of MHV \ Lumber, Lumber
:residence ney nt thnt tilt bltlit will, b.; ottuotitfor; ;., ;; on.l. I
painted. relatives and looking after b| The clerk was instructed to order IIn,1'Iills: Marguerite/ Shriver, ofDrook..r I'nrtlHon 'r....."... -"--ATBOIee's -
ness interests. ]I one barrel disinfectant powder for spent Sunday here with relativea '- or 1'.ho. ulde'cll, ) rtwurvm the right to rej.al, any I I

:Miss Edith Dwight, ofTioston, Mass. II.I, outside toilets. and friend. r. A. FUTCir. Chnlrmnn T J TownlCNincI; ?. : Lumber Yard

,Ji'ft yesterday for Georgia, after a Misses Florence Matthews, The clerk was Instructed to notify ('1..1<. 4-tt-lt-o-4( STARKE

visit with Mrs. L. Wyman. truth, :Margaret Long, Elma Kil property owners on Walnut street to Mrs. S. C. Colley and daughter, .

nette and P. D. Carpenter motoredJacksonville \connect with sewer. Mrs. Sullivan, of Williston, who have

Mrs. C. P. Tison of Jacksonville, Friday afternoon.Mr. 1 Council, by motion, endorsed action been visiting :Mr.: and :Mrs. J. F. Col BETTER SEEDS BETTER CROPS

Monday with her sister, Mrs. ,f citizens committee in assisting in ley, left Tuesday for their -homo in

spent P. E. Johns. and Mrs. II. M. De Montmoll] ecurlng shipping facilities for straw- Williston. :MILLS' .SEEDS AUK THE BEST h'OItTnEsou'1li

and children, of Palatka, return* erries.

Gn.J home Monday afternoon after atteni Go to J. C. Manning for buggy and) fate'Hunch Ilullvr nultei Hi'iiiiH. mama _ __ ':_ ____ '_h flue, a 711 10.no

:Mrs. John Ritch, of Valdosta, ing the funeral of the late J. R. Day I METHODIST wagon' harness, collars and bridles, HtrinuliitH' l.nt'n 1'ort- Hunch 1lrana'b: __ _____.______?. 5.rA 10.00.
Saturday and Sunday with Mr.:I I Kentucky Wonder. ,i'olt, HonliH __,__...___.____ .. __ _____. ____mia' liTII 11.00
10 Oil
spent groceries and feed. You will save iHililtm V\M Munch Hvfintt -__________.._____ __ __ __ ___,__"_____Ru., a.ftll( .
and :Mrs: N. T. Ritch. sort and pack 'ou''!' Its (.'..lIn'ry, (ivntlvmiin ('orn --___________...__._- .. .______-____.Rll I.no B.ltO II
Grower L. ,. ,,,
Mr. Last morning Rev. B. money. ,, .
Sunday ,11' Kvi.nfri.vn: Corn .----_-_______..... .. .. ___..____.ana LAo
tarries to SUIP, if you want a bij preached a splendid Easter 1Yuckt' nvorito I Corn ---. _.. __.__...... '. "______ ____Ana LAO aMGulden /
:Miss: Beatrice .Cady, of Jackson- Men's As npson 'C.\nU or THANKS HnntHnl Corn .. -_______________ _____ __ -______-_____ I.AO *5.00 6.nll(
brother price for them. Business mm to a large congregation. Ros- tituiinl'4' rniMllc orn -.-- ---._.._ _________. --- ________- I.un 4.76
with her ,
ville, spent Sunday sociation. and l lilies were used for simple dec-
G. C. Cady and other relatives. ions on this glad Easter day, and We thank our many friends: and assure OUR LINE OF FIELD GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDIS

Mr. Grower, sort and pack your choir rendered special music, one them of our appreciation fur -IIIK: 4

'Earl Roberts, who is attending the berries to SHIP, if you want a big 1 her being a beautiful solo by Mrs their kind services and sympathy extended

University of Florida, spent the week price for them. Business Men's Association. Adkins. I to us during our Bad bereavement MOST COMPLETE IN THE SOUTH '

end with his sister; Mrs. L. Biggs. ndny school every Sunday morn- Before 1'l.intinKVrito for :Siipy uf

: t 10. E. K. Perrymun, superin- Airs. J. It. Davis> KIUVHOM: Davis.
, Carl Johns came up from Gainesville Mrs. A. E. Field, of Youngstown, [nt. Come and enjoy .this inter- FARM SPECIAL

t Sunday with his parents Ohio who had been spending the win- and HOUSE'S BUSY DAY t'
and spent hour with the children Giving; (;icrminiilion and I'riccH on :Si'iiMiinahK-1 Seed
:Mr.: and Mrs. S. R. Johns. ter here with her cousin, Mrs. Ada -ups. .

Sauers, has returned to her home. china by the pastor Sunday at One day lust! week D. Borec made MILL'S SEED STORE
chil- the following salsa of real estate: '
and 1
:Mr and Mrs. ireiuberK V.' and 8 p. m. Epworth League
Gainesville spent Sunday with Misses Margaret Wyman and Edith 7. To Zilch Anders, bungalow under Operated by .MILLS, The Flnrixt, Inc. ,
of 1- I m.
ren 1'. O. Hox 102
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)fro and Mrs. N. Sternberg. Dwight, guests of Mr. and Mrs._. I r meeting every Wednesday building at foot of Seventh street.. Phone 397! !
Wyman, spent Thursday in :St. Augustine eat 8. House and lot to Clifford Terry In .Ki: WRST: DUVAL Y'1'e !

Carr Colley, of Jacksonville, spent attending the Ponce de Leon .Vlial! invitation extended to all. Reno.

Sunday with his mother, Mrs. W. A. celebration. Bob Ellison lot, where building wax .

MI EUElt ENTERTAINS recently burned, to R. H. Reynolds. tl M1Wna'a: r: ... wwru+..,,,. '
4 Colley. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis will leave Boreo is live wire and things, I I ./. "" ",;;;" r.'J'''( -
LNTIKTH: CENTURY CLUB a keeps : '11- "OJ -.It \ ...... \
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Mrs. LaMira Graham, of Jacksonville II today for Archer, where DavisPowellwedding Mr. Davis moving. ..C.rt't ]"): 'VJ; n r I4 .;

f spent Sunday with her parents, will be best man at the 1 1\ IIb.I b Wcllcr' charmingly/ en- ".--- :' L W..d J : a I. J.
the 7th. .
Air. and Mrs. J.. M. Alvarez. which takes place on CHRISTIAN: BROTHERHOOD _

Inst. I ante 'nl t

Judge R. A. Green has been a visii The annual me'ting'of the Chris
Palatka and Lake City lately A. B. DeMontmollin", of Montlomi: TAWORDILUMN tian Brotherhood was held :Monday[
tor to to' Yo for
."i on professional business. ery, Ala., who came Sunday night evening.!: The following!: officers were pay Paint whether you use it or not \

q attend the funeral of his brotherinlaw elected for the ensuing your: Better get the use of f the Paint

Mr. and Mrs. U. A. Knight, of Dade J. .Rt Davis, left Tuesday for his I Rev L.V.. Kickliter, prcwident.I .

i : at the home of his home. 11. Partridge, v-president. We handle the bestSHERWINWILLIAMS 1
!}City, are jtuests: LOST
sister Mrs: ? M. T. Crosby. *IIptist church Wednesday E. M. Davis, secretary.
\ Mrs. L. TV. Reynolds, of Raleigh, N. nih\\ of child's glasses. Find- J. M. :Mitchell, treasurer. Paint

:Mrs.: N. D. Wainwright went to C., came Saturday to visit her mother f r'\o S. L. Peek, Starke. It* Rev L. B. Simpson", chaplain. Boston Varnish Co. KYANIZE '

visit her Mrs. Elizabeth Johns. Mrs. Reynolds Frank/ Hoover, G. M. Inman and N.
Saturday to FOR Sl
Jacksonville Paint '
Pure grade: Jersey calls for
Up Us.
_' daughter, Mrs. D. T. Clark. left Tuesday for a short stayin glvln gallons per day. Wainwright, executive committee get together. aYou'll
Lakeland. which also includes all of the above be
take \ or truck. H. B. cow'l glad and so will we. '

Mae Shepard, Mrs Viv- gins, 1 officers.
:Miss: Clara -
motored Mrs II. D. Morris, of Hendersonville The next meeting will be held Apr.
Knight ,
irette Gainesville Lewis and Carl.Sunday. N. C., who has spent sometime\ FOR ,S. ease and two |lots In 16th. CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY
\ here with her daughter, hicken yard'and many ,

Mrs.'llarry Miner, of Jacksonville : Wall, returned home Sunday, being kinds liutifut flowers and STARKE, FLA.
Mr. Easter with his parr accompanied by Mrs. A. E. Morris. \ shrubs y to Ki I H. Prevatt, ,- Lumber. Paints
spent Starke, I 15.: .,..CJtiVANTEltfriou8 Friends here have received the following Roofing, Builder Hardware and
:Mr. and Mrs. U. D. {j\liner. Supplies and Sportiog Goods
Mr. and 1Irs.ruhn Uglow!; have as announcement: "Mr.: and Mrs. especially Baseball
little daughter \ capable man Tennis and Fishing Supplies.
and /
Ford the marriage
Harry Albert Pyatt announce
II. Tomlinxon, of Lake Butler, guests 25 to l Ci .
:Mich. Mr. h.| Bradford countyto
her daughter of North Branch, of their daughter, Tesslo Henrietta,
f ,a is spending the week with Ford ham! ,1, .
trade delivering
Ford -is a son of Mrs Grace to :Mr. Ruiford L. Kpperson: on Friday -

Mrs. E. R. Poppell. who is a regular winter visitor to Rowleistl' Health ProduetH the 30th of :March, 102:1.! : :! St. ... .

--- direct Largest, best, fastest I''la. At home after the .
W. L. Wall entertained the U. Starke.Mr. selliit Petersburg! }
afternoon at her home Products] on time, 5th of April, 315 Tenth Ave,"
D. C Thursday I. Weller who have lowest no advance |In
and Mrs. E. S. Mr. ami Mrs. Kpperson came hereSunday
,A on Cherry street. 'en upending several weeks at the prices. Yrience, practically afternoon and were guests at ,

Scott returned Wednesday home of J. :M Truby left yesterdayfor no capital*I., We teach you the home of his parent, Mr. and Mrs .
Mrs. F. A. to manan
where she has been their home in Emlehton, Pa. They I own permanent, W. J. Kpperson: on East Madison
'I Ormond, profitable L
visiting her daughter, :Mrs. StanleyC. were accompalned as far Jacksonvilleby strongest I Largest and street. In honor of the bride and >'r.. ... .c l og" iv17Wi.

Carnell.! their daughter Miss Mable Weller. operation. I, gives{ most .co. groom :Mr. and Mrs. Epperson gave
a family dinner party Sunday .eve
L. Wyman entertained the references. l Mlftti, <;?., being
h Ford and Miss Carrie Mrs. lR88, ning the only out of town guests
:Mrs. Grace Dept.
last week from Jacksonville Merry Workers Monday evening at |111,_ Tcnn :Mr. anti Mrs. George A. Anderson -
Uglow Angle her pleasant home on W. Call street. I of Lawtey.
where they visited Mrs. ; ,4)
', At the close of a delightful eveningthe I I mI Mr. Ruiford Epprrson has lived in t r TIME SAYS---
Sternburg. salad ,1
hostess served a delicious I J Starke a number of yearn, and was a 0

Mrs. Albert Bailey amr'little son, cVmrse.! al popular student of the Bradford High f.) t j/ "LOOK DOWN TilEYEAUS"

Tenn., School. Several years 11'11'0 he went
Albert, Jr., of Chattanooga, Alderman {i, .
mother, Mrs. A. Wilw Misses Louise into business in St. Petersburg-
her Ins
tare visiting- ; and Gussie Douglass, who ce where he'will now make hill home. P lIe \114 asking this man-

". lard. spent their Easter holiday here with I Ills friends. here extend congratulations "what have you saved?"
< Jones has returned to relatives, returned Monday afternoonto r and good wishes for a long and rir What would YOUR answer
R. T.
Mrs. ,
Tallahassee wire they will resume t married life. it/if he? Could you say with u
her home, Purdy, Va., after a pleas- i thrill of joy that had a
College. you
1 Woman's
and Mrs. R. S. Hum their studies at the :Mr and Mm. Epperson left Tuesday
ant visit with Mr. 1 71 i comfortable amount on deposit -
RealVtePEEK&NS for their home in St. Petersburg. : in the savings bunk '

phrey :Mrs. T. J. Hedges Sunday school Or, would you have to shun i.

who claps gave an Easter kegg hunt Sat .MRS. IIKOWNLEE: ENTERTAINSSUNDAY the question and gaze: regretfully -
of Lawtey ,
Miss-Mabel: Edwards :' ,
? of
afternon for the little folks in SCHOOL CLASS: adown the vista
was urday '(: .
Is attending Wesleyan Stump' class and also J. the years, and sigh the confession
Friday of her sister, Mrs.. Mrs. F. F. that "Time" had 1
: a guest I M. Truby's class. After 'a merry time Mrs. J/M.: Brownlee entertainedher .W' U C ) "slipped by" on swift and silent wlnfts. and! flndi

A. Z. Adkins. I hunting eggs the children enjoyed a Sunday school class by giving a :;:i' you no better off today than you were n decade IIKO.
spread. "Not too big I. delightful Raster; egg hunt at her .;'i: Take this little "serrnonetle" to heart-and start a
:Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards and I picnic nor too small f home af :f;;: SAVINGS ACCOUNT at this Dank today. :Make yoursavings
Jacksonville and .int'"" charming country i: keep with the passing .
motored I ( years.
children with his sister Mrs. R. ,' Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh and :Mrs.:\ S. ternoon. :* pad
spent Sunday; entertained their Sunday Your Business The children had time
.. Peek Se.. a merry : :i
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O. school; classes Saturday. afternoon IteitOlTrce hunting FAster eggs, playing games :
Daniel.Tutt's and enjoying ice cream and cake, :qZ HANK 0)' STAHKE
PillshM s
: J. L. with C. 1 Son which was nerved in the dining room. .ij, .. The Hank of Helpful Service .
PLUMBER Sweet peas were used for decorationsand ST.\I'KE, Farttiii .
art ..... .-, hM IM bmdid. CONTRACTOR Telephl the favors were cunning little @
...... ++aw.dIal. ..INf, ncuLa". ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN" I basket for the Easter egg, .
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NINE: MEN: ON: TRIAL FOR enciea. The spirit of
sulphur. This controls brown rot and the prison farm on the Enterpriseroad. co-opcrati
r scab, sometimes called "freckles", or ArrACKL.TKA( JIL improving and will continue tll,.

__ ....--.--....____,._ I' "brown scab." Spring Is the time to Every time she attempted to prove with public sentiment l
t -- --------1 1 spray. After the buds have opened scream one of the men would clamphis Fh' Tentative Jurors in Box Out ofNeeded press of South Carolina ia show '

fi a weaker solution should be used. hands over her mouth, she told 'i When Court Adjourn- very favorable attitude toward
With The Bradford the police. She said she was assaultedby t'd ,r the Duy-:Motion for Changed enforcement of the prohibitionThe

EXTRACTS FROM: COUNTY'/ both of them and in a hysterical 'enue Taken l'nderdvillement improvement of the sentimt-i
AGENTS' REPORTS condition, she was returned to her II Judge; Long-Court Room Park- the press of South Carolina t",
Comity Farmers home. el Pith Spectators. enforcement of the prohibitim

i Jefferson-Our farmers and merchants She stated she believed both of Is one of the most marked chu:

>*..**..>***...._.....___...__.._._.._..-----.--...--_ met with me during the weekto the men were intoxicated. She asscried I' .Itka, lIarSclection of"I I III that have taken place in thii-
plan for a county fair in November. one of them attempted to ; J y and /I motion by the defense'for during the fast year."
force her to drink "shine" but she change of venue were the out- I

I en vessel with 2 1-2 gallons of water; knocked the bottle from his hands the l stating features in the opening of
TO CONTROL I Polk-Growers are spraying GIVES WAY TO H..U| I 11 i
.t' nLH.iIIT add the paste to the diluted ammonia with lime-sulphur for insects. Valen- contents spilling on the floor of the, thilrial today of Russell White, C. JUICE PLANT'
,l'.l\ whole to E. C. E. Smith John Baum-
, ; : I solution and make the up clue and grapefuit still on the trees ar. O\'lIn ,
II of : oO gallons by adding water. garter: C, T. Acosta W. T. Gore,
' blight Is a common disease i bloom heavy. I i
: Orange Preparations are bing
stock :I Truckers who have spraying jproblema POINCARE SAYS PAYMENT BY I F S( Bryan G. B. O'neal and Chesley) made i
'. 'if I pecans, injuring both nursery in check! should consult their county (.EIUI.\o.:. Y ;Mli'ST BE :MADE BEFORE Flier, indicted on two counts, as- i the California Fruit Juice Corn)?,, rk
"" and older trees, unless kept Agents They are prepared 'to help Alachua Held demonstrations TROOPS WILL LEAVEPREMIER sat with intent to murder and firiij of Anaheim to renovate an old In ,_
'. by spraying with bordeaux mixture. --- this week in boll weevil control. Plans into an occupied dwelling, try and Install fuit juice extrui" it

i'. ; "Pecan leaf blight: causes leaven to BOLL WEEVIL I POINTERS are being perfected by citizens of the : OF FRANCE:. MAKES special venire of seventy-five machinery. As high as, fifteen ,

;f, ii turn brown, wither up and drop pre- county for a creamery. I PLAIN_ _:_:. THAT NO MEDIATIONCAN I 'ors and more than a hundred wit- i: of products a day are expected t to '
detected first by u
It can-be
J ;: BE ACCEPTED' had been summoned and when turned out.
the appearance of small brown spots, The Proper L'xe! of the Florida :Method Oaceola Strawberries ,have advanced OR WILL pea
.4 .. of Control AS IT WOL'LDHJNLY" :. PROLONG frt was culled to order at 10 o'-
,. .. which become larger until the whole in price here; were as high as
Ao.:. AGGRAVATE; TilE RESISTANCE ck'the room was packed to suf-
ti f.l! leaf is destro"eddeclares O. F. Burner .
37 cents Saturday.BayRecent Lution
d: plant pathologist of the Florida Do not depend upon the mere removal OF. THE GERMANS. but there was no disorder. Who Career
; t : The defendants Queen Elizabeth It la said,
din- of the squares for weevil con- on being arraigned possessed!
tI I I Experiment Station, in discussing trol. Do all the method calls for. colds did no harm to Paris, April 2.Premier Poincare faded not guilty and both sides aa many as 3,000 gowns at one Urns
! I cases of fruit trees. V the citrus and fruit industry here. yesterday received Frank B. Noyesjof junced ready. Only sixty-six of an-I All were made of the richest stuffs,
: Continuing Dr. Burger nays on this trimmed with
lace embroidery and
sack of the Associated lecial jury answered fine
p Do not use a common as a Washington, president venire to
subject, "Blight Is a fungous disease ,Jewel. ,
.J', means of dusting. Use ahand dust Dade-As result of a successful> Press and subsequently auth'ames, nine either having moved ,
and is' spread by means of ttpores,
I'' I .1' small seed-like bodies. These spores : gun, as the experimenters found that county fair just held, a movement is orized the following statement: way from the county, were dead or I MaDituel conxtlpation Cured C

are light and are carried by wind to i best. on foot to secure permanent fair "I was glad to meet the presideof n'letaincd by illness. Twenty others] In 14 toll Days
:- 'C. grounds that will develop'Into an the Associated Press, Mr. Noy>rvere excused for various reasons and "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a spociaay. I
; I other trees, thus causing the spread ,international exposition. prepared Syrup Toni C-LaXeSive for Habitua'
1 of the disease Planting the cotton crop too earlyor t> whose sentiment, with regard the selection of the jury began. Un- I Constipation. It relieves promptly '
?q "The best remedy for leaf blight ia too late-thus making it necessaryto \ in- France, have long been known to n 1 ler the law the defendants had fiveichnllenges should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day>u, "
\ three times with begin the treatment earlier or latter SuwlI'VIee-Arranged and gave "After the long voyage he b each, and the state one to induce regular action. It Stimulates am
to spray thoroughly 44.50 solution. than June 15th, the time when most instruction in the planting of six per- made around the world, I am gt for each defendant. The state exhausted Regulates Very Pleasant to Tak). 6*.
bordeaux mixture, using u bottle.
' 'r 1 :!. The first; application.should be weevils are out of winter quarters and manent pastures. Corn acreage Is in he has been able to spend some dsin its challenges before noon and Per

after the leaves begin laying eggs-ia unwise and will\ mean creasing. i Paris and to be in a position p when court adjourned this afternoonthe ...
,given soon young """ "'''' .D.nmmmmn'.Dmmmnw..u=
should be followed that the best results will not be ob- sonally to inform his countrymen defense had exhausted .mm1lrlll a
ti to grow. This tained. Clay-The first of a number of 'rtain of the questions that at six of its challenges, and five twentY-I ...

?' by three two weeks.others The at fallen intervals leaves of two* when or . 'monthly meetings of farmers and most to preoccupy the American I of the six needed had been ____u_,_! ,"
Y the their families was held this week. by thtlsta te.
send to remove a---
and Never negroes lie. ([
practical, should be gathered
carloads of straw-
burned, if scab Is known to have been squares and apply the dust, and then We will be shipping "Efforts have been made tof- Attorney A. G. Hartridge of Jacksonville -
1 in the grove the year before. stay away from the field yourself/The berries by April Large pepper tort the reasons for and the rue counsel for the defense, immediately -
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1 d 'I "In order, to control the leaf case method must be applied ABSOLUTEs plantings being on.WakullaRecent of the policy followed by the Fn after the noon recess, of.
'4 bearer, or other bud worms of the pecan recommended and common colds did little, if government when it fered a motion for a change of venue 25
f : add 1 pound of dry lead arsenate negrp workers need to be directed bya cupy the Ruhr basin. It is byte citing that due to the overwhelming cent
; here. Most are ,
to every 50 gallons of the bordeaux person of intelligence. After they any, damage crops up of the treaty, of Versailles I uI,) inconsequence majority of Sheriff Hagan of Put I ;
4 cultivated.
and being
'' mixture." I have learned how to do It, this super- growing of the defaults of fun nam county at the the last election ty
vision Is not so necessary. Personal commissions under this treerat and his being the chief complainantin I

Al I SPRAY-TOMATOES TO CONTROL supervision is of first .importance. Santa Rosa-Most farmers and have we went into the Ruhr to brlq lout/ the trial, the defendants could not Want Adwill
I materials
the are
"' I RUST t bought raw final settlement of the ref ion get a fair trial. The court took the
i 9r It Is better to home-mixing their own fertilizers, i
Do not over-plant. problem. motion under advisement without argument -
I It have 10 acres to the plow, well fer- saving about $10 a ton thereby. our Ills decision will
Most of the damage to the tomato "We regret that not all/ probably be
) ; crop in Florida, caused by leaf-spot tilized' and properly treated, than to adison-Distributed 200 bushelsof allies participated in this a of rendered as soon as it is ascertained sell a '
have 20 or 30 acres poorly cultivated, been whether or not a jury be
I or fruit-spot, ia usually done during cooperatively ordered cotton seedto coercion which then would I can secured
,. rainy weather. This disease, commonly lightly fertilized and improperly farmers this week. Five cars of carried out under less diff con- here.

known as 'rust, injures the foliage treated. . stall-feed cattle Were shipped out of ditions and made the preJ upon The state is represented by state
and rots the fruit, unless the plants recalcitrant Germany not I more Attorney A, S. Crews and the defendants Horse
the in last ten days. $$200
the Flor county
not fair expect
It ia
hM re by A. G. Gus
are sprayed with some good fungi- effective but would have ( ) Hartridge,
sJJ 'method to make a of cotton
ida crop of of Jacksonville
tide.v" cultivation and Manatee-Outlook for bright fuit sults. But when the occf"1 ; Hilburn & Merridayof !
Some damage by this disease is unassisted by proper and better than ever. Many growe rs are the Ruhr shall have resul", com- Palatka, of Palatka and Evans .t',
! ::1 4 1 done during the dry weather, end one fertilization. Cultivate frequently going to spray formelanose and scab pelling Germany to maPrec'se!: Haile, of Gainesville. It is expected or a

ffi j A' must keep a lookout for it The disease fertilize liberally.. .control, and many will spray or dust serious propositions, it f be in that the case will' occupy the '
: is in practically every accord with our allies lwe will tion of the court for the '
.t;! Use good seed.:Poor seed insures a for rust mite control.No atten-I'
field and ia ready to do its damage as settle the reparations p 1. f the weeliaATTITUDE Ijfc'j:
)}; 1\ even with heavy fertilizing '
f crop
p ''soon as conditions are at all favorable poor should exclude 'However, profiting -ire! yearsof
cropping system
good cultivation and weevil con Car
'I''Ii, A few days of wet weather will give trol. legumes. In Florida no legume is bet- experience during 1 means TOWARD $$1000 r ror

:..*f tt it opportunity to ruin a crop. .5. ter than velvet beans, cowpeas, pea- of persuasion have b emPloyed TION IN SOUTH i
fi t, Spraying with a good fungicide is Applying u mixture of molasses and i nuts or beggarweed. vainly by the allies I in8 to Inspire GREATLY;I DJJ> \'1'1(011181.//

recommended by G. P. Weber, truck arsenic, instead of dry dust blown Into Germany with I to Pay '

f 'J f' '; disease specialist of the Florida Experiment the terminal buds and leaves, will Crops of beans peas, strawberries hr debts, we are ighly re- "Public sentiment throughout the + a ;Jt
( Station. He says this should not give the desired results. citrus and cotton are apt to suffer solved 'not to relin
H l be! done as soon as the plants are well)) S. from attacks of minute red spiders. for mere promises, guarantees i of law," says 'George C'I '

l'' '" established after transplanting, and For picking squares use only sacksof Remedy? Blow sulphur powder into that we have Dowen, federal prohibition director ,

'. then every two weeks afterward, particularly closely woven material, such as the leaves. cuate the Ruhr exoi" Paymentsare for the state of South Carolina, in I $$10,000
f '; i f' if the season is wet. homespun or domestic. Feed or fertilizer made to ua and Port''<>n to his report on conditions there, "and

U;'. Bordeaux mixture (4-4-50)) or am- sacks are not suitable. Be sure YOUNG GIRL CLAIMS SHE WAS them. I the attitude in this respect; toward I

" ::::4, j moniucal solution of copper carbonate to have the opening of the sack fitted KIDNAPPED. BY TWO WHITE MEN: Can't Accept'1'0$ the Eighteenth Amendment Is becoming -

. }!( \ are mentioned as the most effective I with a drawstring. Always keep the AND: CRIMINALLY ASSAULTED "It Is not then aims thatwe more favorable in a more
'I 'k'' I tiprays. If the tomatoes are about sack tightly closed except when drop- pursue in the/ Ic has been pronounced degree than the senti- Farm

\ f r ready to market, Dr. Weber advises ping in squares. Was Returning; Home From Church barged that we|red thoughtsof ment toward the enforcement of other

'I ,\I;, I that the ammoniacal solution be used I S. When Men Drove Close Up to the annexation or?'st in sending laws. Of course, it Is more no- t
) ,4 since the bordeaux will leave a bluish No not pour the squares out upon Curbing and Grabbed Her-Tak n troops to the bank of the ticeable, because even a year ago ,

". white coating on the fruit. however, the hot sand) thinking that will kill to Lonely Spot-Ejected From Car Rhine. Long sinV' wild accu- the national prohibition act was nota

i, this is easy to rub off. the weevils and unhatched eggs. Near Home Early Today-Police sations, against} Protest the popular law in the state of South -:.- --- -
I t To make the copper carbonate solution BURN them. Do not let the weevils on Case. consciences of fncnmen, who Carolina, except among certain clas-//

,: add a little water to 6 ounce. escape and thus get back Into the. seek only their'nd the reconstruction ses. These were not- bv-. any ......--....
of powdered copper carbonate; stir field and onto the cotton plants. Jacksonville, April 2.A thirteen of thlined,: Property, in the majority. Today, however What is
until a thin paste has been formed; 55 year 'old girl returning home from have been dispc' In this set. the vast majority of the people of more econ-

dilute 3 pints of concentrated> an- The Florida cotton farmer can con- church wail kidnapped by two uniden- tlement we,cad'61 any media- South Carolina desire to see the law omical and
monia (20 degrees Baume) in a wood- trol the boll weevil if he will utilize tified white men early last night, spirited tion between J and Germany, executed as incorporated in the statu profit-

the Florida method of control, a to a lonely spot in the western knowing onlyf11' that any attempts tes, and while not all who favor en- ablejthan

.. .. method developed by Florida investi section of the city and was criminally at me wauld onlyag| .' forcement of the law will lend prac- a want

gators. The details of this procedureare assaulted according to a report the grnvate and]* the resistanceof tical and active co-operation, ad in this ? ;,

: contained in Bulletin 165 of the police were investigating this morn Germany*erect official pro- 1'11I. when sitting in juries, they I paper
Weak Florida Experiment Station and the e positions fr<*"any can *be tak- their influence toward What have

October ((1922)) Quarterly Bulletin of ing.With tears streaming down I her en into consi1'' of the law. Satisfactory Cooperation you i

the State Plant. Board of Florida. face and hysterical the girl was ejected : "I have f* noticed with is being had in practically every! to sell?
Back Copies may be had for the asking. from the automobile a block from the greatetsraction In the section of the state between federal S u fI

her house shortly before 1 o'clock American "easing evidence agents and other law-enforcing .
agl l BJ... .. _.._.
i Mi*. Mildred Pipkin of TELEGRAPH'S HONOR tOLL this: morning. She told her parentsof : of sympattf energetic actions -- .D.n..n'.wun..m. "m."n

R. F. D. 8, Columbia, Tens. the attack and then the police were I we have t'ed to take. It .

t ; Myt "My experience with Names of Those Who Paid Subscription informed. I seems tof I have Proof that
Ctrdul hu covered a number of During March Policeman P. D. Gorman, hurried the Amei eP'e' guided by I BILIOUS SICK! J
i )'tan. Nineteen years ago to the girl's home where he procurreda that lucil'ante when so haP-

1 got down with weak back. 1 'I _,W.. E. Knox, F. J. Pattee, C. A. Birt, good description of two men. A citywide pily insp" policy' during the ,

wu run-down and ao weak and W 11. Groves, J. 1. Simmons, Mrs. search was: > Immediately start- war, ai< for France that
ervoua 1 had to stay la beel. W. A. Bailey Mrs. R. D. Lang, :Mrs. ed by Lieut. II. C. Brown and every touching111 that will not be i

I read oi D. D. Dyol l D. J. Johnson, Fannie (f. effort is being made to apprehend the effacedrheir(; hearts understand TAKE NO CALOMEL

Crews, J. T. Hickey, D. P. Carpenter, ft1; better day by day. '" A
C. N. Cooper Mrs. U A. Davis, J. J. | men.The girl told the policeman she "I i hr'rmest. confidence In ,

CARDUI Colson W. W. Ward II. J. Fromme could not positively identify hers- auccest' of the provocationto /

& Co., Frank O. Peterson, R. S. Grif- Her parents will prefer wh ationalist party and

4 fis, C. H. Jordan, Ed R. Neff, N. E. I county charges against them if takenin the m have recourse, when "Dodson's Liver Tone" Straightens You Up Better Than
Mathis, R. J. Turner, W. T. Turner, custody. The search for the men tlley"all re f the policy of

The Woman's Tonic W. I. Deaver, C. G. Sullivan, Mists will be made more rigid when ,the resist which they< have tried Salivating, Dangerous Calomel and Doesn't UpsetYouDon't

Ida SwatA. L. Sullivan, J. P. Cof- morning crew of plainclothes men'ar vainly the mss. of the Ruhr
: and aent for it. I took only one
\ Mrs. Cleone Dowl- Lose a Day's Work-Read
fin, W. N. Lindsey Guaranteeyou
bottle at that time,and it helpedme rive.After pop
i teemed to strengthen and ling, H. D. May, E. W. Rosier, L. B. attending servjces at a ..Vlfrave incident has oc-

build; me right up. So that Is Hall W. E. Webb R. A. Ellis, A. Springfield church, the girl began sen where a French de- Ynu'rt bilious! Your liver-1 I. Iuffpmli a tattle of .
j:""' how I ftrst knew of Cardui. Swanborn, Mrs. S. F. Hamrick, Miss walking- her home, some distance grounded and menaced by knocked! You feel\ lazy, 'dizzy and, all for a few -ntj Dodms under Liver personal Ton ak
After that when I began to Atha Lewis, J. W. Green, T. S. Williams away. While in a darkened spot on ).owd, had to use theirae tongue l Is out.oi>ate Your get weak and "no account', I It' I )Mrs., A. J. Anders, Mike Mar- Eighth street, she said a ford touring responsibility for the our and bowel |con tipat ,il. ;But stomach don't than ful will dose clean your sluggish: better r
Frank Stokes, A. S. Strickland car driven by a young man ap- :. 1 will rest take a of nasty calomel and that
: aent right for Cardui and It uca, upon those who salivating "alogl" It make you it won't make sick
ever (failed to help me." M. Z. Sullivan, Mrs. Annie B. BanksA. parently a few years older drove up t-'ursue their acts of Inctl > tick Calomel, you may. lone a. day'. work. Dwlxon'i Liver you Tone ia real l liver

.c: If you are weak and eufferlnf H. Johns, Mrs. V. E. ,Sspp, W. A. close to the sidewalk. the hope of producingween which rallies U mi-rcury necrosis" of or the nmck.ilvcr. modicin You'll know it next morn-
J from womanly ailments, Cardul Fowler, C. A. Boyd B. J. Alderman She said she realized they were our troops and the C'dome' l cranhp into lour bile bonea.like ing because you will wake up feeling
may be Just what you need. Miss Mamie! Pearce, Mrs. Arizona ,About approach her and she began population.jg dynamite, breaking it up. That'. when headache tine your and liver will be working, your ,v

Take Cardui. It kaa helped Bailey, J. B. Brown, L. H. Eastman, walking faster. One of the men will divert France from you foci l that awful nausea and. will he dinineca aweet and gone your, your bowels stomach -

1. ,<,r, thousands, and ought to help Rebecca WhItehead. jumped from the car, told her not to jtmined course. She will con- cramping.If you want to enjoy the regular.' You will feel like working;
alarm and then picked her nicest you II be cheerful full of anden'lition.
give an ( vigor
you with the same patience, the gentlest liver and, bowel cleansing. .
At all druggist and dealer. i Your peach crop will not be so up and placed her in the machine. [mnesu, until the collapse)) ofresistance. ever experienced. Just take a spoonful you Dudnon'n Liver Tone i I.
i much of a disappointment, If you She said they drove'west across town' ." .5 of harm I. "* Do".on'lI| Liver Tone to vegetable therefore harmle and entirely
.. with lime- and stopped in a lonely spot night. Your druggist or de&l..rILt ; II&\l.vatt\
"' .: keep your trees sprayed 2 ,Give it to your children.tswaes
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HIC.II SUGAR PRICES ISIJE1M. fust- stiffening hands. Nol. I U hereby> gIven that w.t will Intriw
( ) the piiMnu m Urn IvHlnlntur
Mine Engineer Trapped in Shaft Heaide That the present; year will ,,'e a HASTENED TODAY Mrs Lniim Iliume lies No i'ear Of From a bed in which they were hiding of, Florida"ru" .nvt>.nrd In Hto year A. i*.
11,2: .
Dynamite Charge material! increase in the use s wOn I I'he Deadly Octopus five children of Mr. and, Mrs. :dln. nrtii

,,! tun motor truck in s< Ivln, c. DfhciaU of Dept. of Justice: Plan ---.-- Isaac Strong\ crawled out after they tax.f Htitdrortl. All couniy.' 'c..Ilo. to levy a fHMlttl
ii.Hut thp taxiihla proiwrty In nnid
the bottom of livery and hauling problem not |>nl>' I' Rapid Accumulation: of Evidence Mrs. lev ma llausc, who lives with had! been reassured by'the officers. IlinHrnnl, rounly, for th. put IMWO of pnvln
in uI

UeUl mine prisoner.shaft, standing! wnist.deep in the! commercial field, but thi Wrlvultural And Speedy Er.p..urel1egcd. her hn-liaiul. at Salmon Beach, near They had escaped unharmed from ,(U.., I Tnloit fiti. |I'.i-ouiity.i hnri' Morldn.i>f tltt. th e."n'Ip.I..rl, "um of $1 000-ot..
p the field as well, alr<. "ti\) r I I h iI a nit i pu lttt bra Tacoma Wa h., would rather bag hail of bullets that killed l the parents. I Uniilfnrd muntv Florid. an thv ,uns. eei.t. '
water with a dangling rope, I".r I () l'l.!) antI
.11 I.o
few inches indicated. Just what port,4.' ons the repulsive and awe-inspiring octopus I Two stills were found in a strongly |l'Ii'flt'lt of I th. mr'.c.s'ls ,,.1.1..qufln.I"M
ul\; means oi escape, a I .",'h tMo( I'nmn? ., county. .' .
head Joe Shelsy, u mining this increase will reach is, of rse, .'I he lto\.rnm..nt'N ln\tlstigntlim of than to tin. housework! or the Ifuiricuded l position hnik of the, house. ratify and ...n''h.' .. ".,.. 1

.ibnvi his ugh ordered President other louiinu labors which ; They .It't ,i...nhillt..nn of Ih,. board of cot nM..n'.n.ty pirn miAtonftv. ..
watched sputtering fuse of a mutter! of speculation but ""er.. sugiir p/K'fH.. by usually wfie ( ,',1 together with htie ,. of tnvit iul the tat eol.

.ntcmeer burn and Vera who have carefully survey the i Harding, was xpec'dvd up today fall to woman's lot. 200) gallons. of dittilkd bier. i loct, ,,,' of Hflld I ::i .. county, mndo. #xrcultil .
,'har of dynamite nearer pnnnt-d. ,lon ,
i e hen the( department of justice in-i Nearly; two she The two I or 1".C"'d I Ihl'm opvithrr
knowing that in conditions declare that u sUbs ial every day years brothers according to officers of them nn t.'.r<>rt t(. '" m. II* '
the explosive, ll. >
11'iinT gain is certain. rutted United States District At. has Motto forth in seul'dof devilfish long had l been desperate1 characters MuUl.ttu,, and I'"' nuid Indi ltt>. .. H.l.OOd-(
minutes he would be blown to I IHI the nml prov 1. Chnptwrfti.o .
i icw The tendency among motor ck to ney Hayward at New York to I and she hus become sn proficient and l members of an extensiveni.a.itsh ':.nIi n f.io ;: li'-M.' : .I'oV', .Inn ,

1 pieces. the of trot of gather; eMdeiico against alleged su- in landing them that she has no inn hi'nib I th<', all CKnnlvr, Hfilt. Lawn of Morldn.,
two users to turn to me I I in.I I \.1"10 (iii. tlu nof ,",.1 to otinflrntand '
helsy, with companion en- gal speculators for piesentation to i fear of thu deep-sea mohsters.Mrs. I ,',Hlir tht tax \tnt y tif Hrnilford county.,
and to adopt hulingservici' !
was examining a mine near oneton capacity I \()TI'I': IO HII>l>HtS: .nlt Fl'KMSIIINCi: : I I Moritn. fluid r,.. mioh I"n'I... the yrnif
( neers, to the proved ecoiiomvi of i two federal grand juiies. house sells her catches at M VIKHIAIMUftln I I'1 "punumnt, ,. Hid I I."..
California-Nevada state line. lIe riiiri ,ilu- Nth Inv .
uf Minrh \ P
'11. nils The New; Y'oik phase of the sugar ten cents a pound, the purchasers 1'1..1.,1' will VH tvri>hoil by Ih. ttonis I IUJS.
frequent trips hauling average i' kNit.iir;
been sent out by a San Franciat ..r 1'.n.1 or........ 0' ,., r..n. ...unt". !"'1I'rillll. f. .
hail for a major portion of the del 'I'Y probe is tho most vital hart of being onuntals who consider the octopus ,,L aft' lb., the 1 F 8 \1'11\8.. I-D-AO do,.
'general O\\I.i\ \: : Ii"02" rlW"kr __.
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firm, following a stampede the 1 ma rh,,. ,. net n. n .'a\lp\:\ \
routes, rather than to send out x- campaign of acting Attorney n most palatable dish. .She 1?. and 1 tinu. M
of the country whenit l,7i.I: :: .lIb.tfI p.uI.liciy opnt'.I I 8AIKSotltw
that part ;
in General Seymour to determine if a that the whitu meat in choilsuuy '\ (or ... ., Fturi.ta ,
that another "Fortnine" cessive loads at the start of u ng says I cat' ut, liinnilnnl ', i- I I.",'b" irUvn toil undc-r nml I.t jrvlrlut
believed )- 'noo wltv. wiro lo .
was tlse "criminal conspiracy" is responsible ill meat and the Sti '. HI i Inch > ,>f Hint' r<'rtnln final of orientals -
strike at hand. haul with a quick dropping 1 octopus M cumklniititm wrapped, 10, tV. .itit. inHII'| ,nnd l <.n.d on Jnnunry Qtxh'
was tl
n> roll. I
gold loads and a reduction! of the a, al fur recent price increases. also. grind up the meat and 211 kr... Bliiiiliv.' A. l>. It'.1''I. I In. Hum... A. V. I..n". Jmlu
There was no way of determining 'A/ l k n( the Circuit ttrt HI nnd fur UrfrorI' '
Hdil linlUKlililm
liiinging their best legal talent it in cukes. ru
the use .
load moving efficiency of I ttk county 1.1..hl. In tltul certain cauav when,
the abandoned shaft which t<> """\11 mircHlciitloim and prlco
the dept of thun. rupiiy into action officials of tho department Two Mrs. Hause was an of w Iro it Id I A. ShuNy. decided to through less average jeais ago : will ptxtpiwiMl: tti fiirntHlt anil themnount II"( HIT* liMin, nnd .brunt.. IHKI.hnm tlvfrnd- '

the discovered so hauls over the greater part of e of justice plan rapid accumulation invalid. To better her health her Ilia, b.tliry....... rt...-"Innil.. the In the rIght rur to ruject ,'.. thu u.to-Iunl l "'\ olUr I...sale, and +
b. lowered into the shaft with the ...ml ill blil. any .sIll coil::)l for mach :U> .I hljrhint Idddvr.. In .
route is shown in the remntkj of evidence and speedy exposure husband took hl.r' to Salmon Bench! fiitnl' of the .oiirtlimuH dimr I In Stork**: llradw .
After 'he reached the n. S. MAfTHKWS ..
they had. furl "n.y. I mt, Mondttv I tlm lnd!
rope his growth: of the one t011\ truckstho the water to .
stood in C A
bottom and last five r5. blamed for present "fictitiouV row and! catch devil llsli. Now; she FUTCH Clerk 3-lll.Bt.4-U 01 for. tht. 'purpttMt> .I ..U.IIC' nald,
yea "Il".1 h .I..er... the
he untied the rope from under (.I1..ln" rcnl <<*tal,. In
r'waist, At the present tune 50 per cent prices. is a !puture of health. :NOTICK: OP KIHTION: Mrndfurd county, 1"I.rllll. t...wlt:

I, his arm pits so that he could walk The government's inquiry is to Mrs. llause has h id battles Hy the, power \.....d in th..., by I Dip hl... Tltn North half ., Northwvnt Qtmrtti
the all the motor truck in ,service in < many ot l-lorlila. iho lltiHnl .,f I'tiblie InHlrtiatlun, of .f ih. Non. ..nut ijtmrtor of I Hie Suuihi.itMt
side and
to the farthest plant ton I 11 be made sweeping in character In with the devil fish! She cannot swim HmUtuvtl Cvunty, I In., hi.n-tiy nnlvnt nn rlo. IJtirtrtor of Si"'tinn 1.'n..I.) (,28'! ) 'luwnwhlii'\
When he returned!, ho United States are one! or inn (o bi. livlil At t Ilia fitllowlnir neluHlhoiiHiii MP '8\> S oitti. lan" ", .: eon-
'4' explosive. view of which have reached and her l heat has been nearly wrecked inintf 1" ,.... .
This hits grown from .I\<* per cent reports In their rtwpfctlv dmtrlctx' an 'lHit realized the rope had! shrunk. 10.t for thp puiiMtiMi of rlt-ctinii, thrrv: irtiNltrtand >. I.). .,. L. V
f officials of to force but vhu hUll fear of KNIGlr.
of manila the lust six, years and in Mew of til a plot sugar up many no I t., tU-U-rmlnu the Ntnountof mitlnK .., Si)
, The life-saving strands! I of of the I Ii tl to 20 cents if possible, before sumSiiir. the long: snaky arms which reach I... niiHiMHeil mill for I lawtry .U> ftlllliir lli-ter- .\. S CRKWS.Sutlniior 0*
record ascendency one .
out of his reach. lie tiled mine uluthtr or nut *hu shall ndil to htir for C-ontplninnnt.; :' .SI.3.3""
hung just i truck there is ample. justification 1tkpect 1 If it should reach that figure forth to grab her. 'prvm. nt territory, the lliiwinir mpolioiittl I t N...

to scale the wet and slippery walls, wl 1 American people will suffer a Her biggest fish weighed 50 pounds -'O. 21. :2.. JJ.. :24.! .'.UJll.' 27. M. thl. anti all RUAKDIAN .O'II.i: 14" SKI.I. In:."I. FHIn .
' ratio ....
cent Svcllon
water that the 80 per Ui .t ot Now Itlver. all In Fwp 4 .\ .
but fell back into the murky > mure than $1,000,000,000 by tho and she had to light several hoursto a.. 1C. .12 K
below. All the time he could see the be materially increased during tl F.r tho ';"".... of holillnir .nl"l t-ltvtion( tlm, court of, County. JmlmStntu of Plorfda
land htm. The to
clung I..Mo..I
octopus fnllimlliK .
nuinnicom are niipoinltd fur tliu

spluttering fuse which he had lighted I present The business year. man or' firm todti curc'hmg; inquiry into the books the boat until shu succeeded in chop ".riunvitn" S. '1.illHtl-iol Swlnillo.tor : .1) %%'. Moont' ,. W Ilin.iii ,wl vttlain nf Jninun M Mntw.U. d......

burn away slowly to the charge of If I some of the suspected brokerage, ping oil' all of its eight legs. thv piuiMwu of holillnir pa 1.1 eUclion the I Notice, In h'rI.y nl\vn, ,, all whom It mnymtttct'i
.seeking to speed up and make mOl CoUoulnw n thill :I. lln 1> MiiNUf t ll> fin Ktiimlinnof
uppoinlvd lie
nuinnuera art for
lIe tried to throw water I .
djnamite. Ir us Is under way. Orders also I MiinipUMi .11.1 rId : ,\. A. Uimlun. A. A. IIIIIIKM Mnw' II I, Julia Muxwull. llfowi,
and extinguish the efficient a delivery or hauling systeihas l-iilrh' .1. P JlolI.u.I..r Miixwill. nnd Itrlnt'cm Mrixwull' joIn,, will
across the shaft no pioneering work to do. It i- i 'e been issued to ncertain the al.fed MILLION DOLLAR\ ONM'IRACY; tit* purpoiiv of holillnu. imlil rli-ctlnn the ott l: I Mm I "'"III' .1..,,' uf Mnrrh.' A: \P. 'npplytti \
but his efforts were futile. 'thv lloiumil'lu, K A. drrt n ( .h,ihwe
flames, l conmction of certain of the fotlou-lnir niuiuiHvrft nrt Appointed' for the ( .mlly
no longer n matter of experiment n l I TO tll.Ki( l.ltUOI: { in AU- LauUy dlmrct. J. II. In iinil fui mild' county, at bin "tT,.?, In 8tnr-to
As the fuse grew shorter and shorter others bring1.liar refiners and sugar pliintui -' TIItIHlI1EWAS: "IWS a'\TEU J: I., Hiirn.ll., Riiwv A It. lUrlvy. I FI..Ih, ,. I In MHld ecu. uly. nl 10) ,'dor k A. M.

began to loup ond downIn costs. Experience of For tlir purpoMe of li,*
Shelsy up of those ,
Swners Cuba. Some I In .
i in in it null, at ptilillo'
the answer in dollars and cents. folliuliiir niMimnuni art Appointed' for thu :::.h", r.1h: :
an effort to grab the rope which |c direct the affairs/ of large re- llru.Kor.r dlHlrlrtVm. I llnriull. : U. W. Ilnrry \nt4,'.I.i.,., tin ) minor lntrwt r.n'
firm i-mh ..
minor and fimia
Time was when the business New YurkJUI.i''It. 2J.: -.\ million C. M. Andrawi.lor "u\ a
dangled above his head. Then came also listed of Iitcnel In all l I. in tlm ( .
f its | ) are as owners I Ito \piii-tioNu o holdlnu iinid oliellon (ho 11.1'.1..1 .lnwl" \
adopted the big truck 50i W' I dollar conspiracy to bootleg liquor I .e.I1 Hi ''ahl. In nnld couiity, | I
following .
and he knew nothing nmiiHtforit Are nppoluti for tholit
terrific roar, These indivi- ,, ,, ,
a Morning saw 'I 111 plantations. /: ill-1 HotS. L. l-mirolt, J. \\I. I'iKlmitt. nt thu North went Curs.. (d1Hmitlmrnl
appeal. bond
loud carrying withdrawn from
he regained consclous- upon Wunrttr" of Northvi 0urt.r,, nndruniilim
until C H. Kiilliy.
more leave the loading station filled to It lost heavily} in the crash of sujrices of Um of K 'I I Ito: ; ; nf lioliltnu I In'.HLO South I thrv I luimtrvil nUt y-
bed it hearing forgeries name or iiiirptwo fnld n? ""*i ton II,. : I, ...tI : ,, :
ness in a hospital i about two years ago. At fotloulinr munimeiii' nn, Appointed. for 'mn f.'t I lo tlm rluht of way and I tie
There he learned that his companions maximum capacity anti more, ,,1'lurtl1lent 1 today officials were C. YelUmley, acting fudeial dtiohibi- KlHlnif .UlrK-t \\'. '1'. (" '00"". H M e.....- win hundiid' A Inrldii foot, 'lhmto Hallifind.Not:,::th thi-nyt flva hundred rn*t, I II
Half .
'e' J. M. !Hmwulee.
with driver and helper tion director for New Yotk stale 7
was live fort. t tht mi Wt-Ht (Ut* liundnHl fifty
his safety .
fcarinl.for managed Liieparcd ofJ'el' For thci of holdinir
mild clirtlon
to divulge the names I "piirpoHu tho .
It returned covering or I li R (I., trolnt, nf hutflnitintf., in
before 1Il"11frustl'lltl.d 1..II..wl") nl.
and a day pased reported authorities to have mAnnireni AH' Apnolnl-4 tor I to'ft.iitlroit .
to let out a little more rope >tons as may now be under dlnlrli-tl K.': M. Colimmn SiiiiTliMfni ijuiiitii .r tho Norlhwint QI..I'r.r
1 W.I.
I II : perhaps half or moic- of the delivery I tonight in the seizure of'' CnltlnAli.: John Siiiiion t tw."..."'",*. towiiHliip ... 8t>uth.
the .n
he scrubbed the end just before load t ""In. To do this, it win saul I'rvvAttL. I i' .f ttntmr, t twirntv, -'.V" Knnt, ..,", fouri
| W ,1,111
route with only part u the 1'ershingarehoune Corporation KICKIIir.lt. ,.. .
being literally blown j 1(. It. WIGGINS.. H nmra or Iree.
; explosion came, il I defeat the government in its ( liniriiinn,
and coming in, more thanoften, from bonded IIturlt e. th..t..". ft-llMt-4 -rt... that iHtrllnn of :hit Nofth Half of the
ltt out of the shaft. with I'\
will recoveu it is believed, II considerable! distance, empt but I k when the Ralph and Chailvs Sabbation, 1111 I. TO (111;a ItT: 'Mil u KIn I I .1 f S<.ct I Ion Iw..I..nll. 'I ownnlttni mown,
Shelsy .
later however -
1 as much cnerg; tim-d, just as KOVit'.s brothers of the warehouse Iho tti cult' l'niirl fur Mrmltuid. Counly. Mnuth, of Kniiiio tw.nty-two Emt .. follow*tl
owners '
although he was terribly cut and! e. case Is compleu.t .. Chancery. iinmionclnti nt n ixiiiit on th. North nldo .f
much fuel consumed and just. as! much } were arrested by Acting Prohibition J. If:I.\VIlIIr.\ .. | I tin, t iioiiriii S'Hitliirn, I Itulltvtiul right
bruised by the flying rock His hair I t Complnlnant.va if wny t lhno I hunilcetl::,: : : I U :i-nt: of HfcHon:: lln*.

when he was pulled wear and tear as if it were currying; I 'ST.\ Director John A. Murphy, tinned over I ttu,nee run n,I,nu l'iu.l i four hundred .1,1 I llvf "

was snow white full liiad. And in the meantime op- \<; II' COLLECTORScollectors ; to the and held without flit* tnrldu, Land unit I mm I urn- ..1.1, thirnc.. mn N".lh llvo hundred, ant vlirh
out of the shaft, and he was unconscious police t Ion Comimny a Corporation tv-two font, thiMiro runtilnir W"Ht foitv.vliihtf
t-r'atlons at the loading, platform had bail. et Hi.. *.1 1, I Ihni't* run n in,r South floe hundred .*ltrhtytrto .
throughout! the time necessary : > prize an issue of lifCt'inlanUi. ft-ft tu .mint of IrCHluninic., : cnntnlntniitliixt ; ,:
all but reached a standstill with resultant llonded 1 valued I at $10,000-I ) dr
him the hospital. stn liquor To tho unknown hirlm, dtHltccw.nml ..mnnt.pe arr.'a. mor Itim.
t to remove to delays anti loss of th.tt beam mistake in spelling rlalmnnja' of. throiitth soil timli, Annual Which a"I'I"nl.n", will ho luincd upnn. the
delivery had been storcil in the wiirehoum1
,th'r irregularity on the face 000 C. Whrt'hr speeding up deliveries, soon discOvered \ by the department of internal rev- l"nlll.o'l..o, i'"'nuuny, a Corporation. I I II. JLmry e""rt., 0
In ncaltliy ChildAll I ton of ''I Even if the printing on a Alvnndi MuKny. ti-trly M".Kiiy. thniH 1'111.,1 Fib 1?. A. t>. 11)21) 3
. No Worms a the efficiency of the one antic and the withdrawals today, fifty >idinctt, of whom ..... unknown, ilitftndnnia. IDA l). MAXWKIU
children Iruubleil with Worms hovo an unhealthy quickly. Business. firms taiig an undotted "i" the ISHUO ftnwtlnuaYou fitmrd.mi, of .Tern... Julln. Jlvunl and 'ht'l'mrait.tiwvll
truck bi
came barrels in two trucks were to
which indicates bluoil anil.." Is \\ than Minnm, ::1.2-.t-3.su.
cukir. poor and many times more its and inch nt you are hurt hy M.0"1.I red
rule there la more or I emi stomach disturbance.: keenly awake to reducing costs j face IP. the first of n scheme to remove $1- d. be nml t.. npptHr" bi.for., tin Judti of. thcIwntt -- .-- --..-.--.-.-

GROVE S TASTELESS CHILL 1OMC nivra regularly time for loaders., 000,000) worth :Murphy said. < ('"drt for thn Kluhth, Judicial, ( Iraiillf FIHI I'I'lti.tCATION'
weeks wllj enrich the blooil.' H. small countries have <> Florida In anil for U rail Cord C0I101l.a In ('I.U'WEI Hint ,
for two dt three some '*' of P'hrIla. Ktuhih
: Improvoth..dIAe.Uoo..od act ai a-nrrnStr! iS"ienlnu The turn to the use of the one ton mud Tho conspirators) were- thwarted and} th,, Tih' liny of MOlII'/ Ji: nt the oouruioiw, .,hiiHclitl. Clroull.. Hi'ad ford county' In ohan..r. .
4 ( e practise to earn money on In H"ld county., In Htnrku. Horldu, to anawrn .
Tonic to th. whole >y.tem. Naturi I thenthrowofTrrdUml truck. It was found that three or theirtpg. the plot uncovered, prohibition authorities hill I of cnnif'lnint" vxhthifod, nu>tin't you In.iihh \ihi. I I.. lii,Iiuh.n. liulnv, jnlhixl by
andtheCulMVIilmIn : Jamacin for instance
the worms ,...
could be secured court hy .1. II. Willi"" .
porr-el health. Pieasnot kit.*hocv i* four one ton trucks; I print Vur Tamp" on the top ofun explained, through the pretended 1'l.,' It mill,oi' il County; 'l'.|t'irraph, a w rkly and W next W UnlHih'ii' htr h".lan.|

at less investment than that required connivance of John Murphy; ",.wnItrr' ruinliMlied, I In fllnrk. ': llrndford ('omplalnnttt.VB frimd. I
S 1st. it should! have readVar t'"nlv. Murldii IH hi.tihy dutitrnatiul n. IhuniwniiiiiH.'i i
SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE for a truck of greater carrying cap- Staml; t the mistake intent- i antI I Lester A. Reeves, assistant prohibition : In which, thia Hotter: Htm' 11 bu ",,11- I .I. I II line,,,* and MA E "
was Imhftil for ftitrht eonHccutivu. I wii.I tin.
hi. .
ftcity. ionull. |Ie. collectors began iluectors, each of whom ue- ,. jlho) lund ilcfiiTibtd" lu I II... hill of .""..,1111,1 I wi.I'cfnmlunU. "yn..1|
Stamp -
routes were changed to Director In' thin' .0".... the tIthe to hioh in Houuht, to I .
Delivery tiptcd $1 0,000 in the olVice of ,., hy affidavit I appended lo the
(In effect Jan 10"! > ding for the issue and the ha nuliU'fl HuNiiiHt the nb4vt. ,fimiUntM. *r* i hllill I''I'.I ,
hauls graduating in distance; : ,: i : I I Itlii) I tint lw-.a'ated] ratio**. tlmt .I. K.Hiiym .
make for
I liquor tlrNnrlhi
Yt.lloI..y permitson I IMirliciilHrly flM follow towltNorthtMtt ;
Southbound goveril boosted the price to i iI I and' i Idn K Hiivntv.' 1 hi* wife tho d
_ systems were organi made. Cjuint.T of ilm HouthwfNt Qunrtir fmdanta tht:, nm nniiiwd, : are nn-me.liort.{
Starke at 12:10 a. m. delivery zoning $50::; ) ell which the forgeries were Sictlon, I ID, rownnM.1, u Houth Hmiu U - No. 1 reaches ('rt.hy| adding a considerable thi* Htuto of rlortiln and I llu-y ar* "
zed. Though, all trucks left the loading I ,I The money was accepted with Yellow- :nut At.( ,' a trlanuular portion: ufNortli,, ::- ..f VVnurarn Sm.ilani:; :i county' Slate' : :
i c No. 3, 10:59: a. m. time theopening u to itstreasury.. Miiit QuMfttr ..r tioni hfimt Qimrtitr of aaIl l lHictlitn nnilinn? and they are each ovir th. \ of
1 platform at the same Ivy's approval while lu wax out of l lowehtp'| ant l rant"., lying w.*xt of I
4:58 Stami. I It I. ordunnl that
Cedar Key Train, : p. M. the small of '' yriini.: U".ol. *
No. 21 .. 'I'.n.
of the business day, distribution the city in an CI"lellvor'to trap tho Hit. 1 Kinrltir ml I nwtwy puoliu ".l, Mild contuinlnir ..,101 .."o..II.ne ,I.t.ohll'. h. and ar hunt
1:18 Uechtei n and 1-1: ncnm. mor or IIWM. mori'
No. 13: Limited, p. m. between Austria and I l.y ', ,. hill of complaintilh
of deliveries was such that for men "higher up" it was stated.LAS'I piirtldnlarly dracrlhud. an houinnlnir. ni ...n. :; ,,1"ta ,,tl" ,: on ,:: Mon,fny. the
Northbound of each truck's : :Switzeilure; in demand! by col Ur of KM id, road on North Una of nhl 4.'. 'ml his ..I '\:, A, .I\' :1 I. olh.rl. theNlhmiatItia
the major portion orllifd SItS
QunMwr' thinov runVt fuel .
i lectorI MH b
No. 2 arrives Starke 4:35: a. m. route it curried an average load. Further ort time ago the country STAND MOONSHINKRS) \ : : Ui .tha Not.(hwent earner of uld Ni>rthwntjunrtur I ft wnfit |I.y ntd of ...1fmnhnte.It .con, ;
( of HuuthtOHt ilunrtfr. thone
con.lthe Huuih
idea of forming IN furthvr ortrrd that thl. order' bo nun*
No. 4 at 4:06: p. m. trucks employed in the shorter I coiiipan\liBtribut nitiM.s: \DHVIII: 'I'() HHE!': MIN: ,717 fi..t to nrntvr of ...li.1| rnnd thvnco. on a Itiihi'il nntH a wink for four, eonntujutlv works
| its issues. I alwlit Ii". to point of hpifinninu Alno.IM .
No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47 a. m. hauls were quick to return and thus ,1 ANDOMAN) : I IN KKMl'CkY: ulnnlnir ut (ho Houl, hwtwt oorn'*r of Hoiith- I tri th*, "..od..d. County., Trlvurnph.' a .nuwHpa
through. wllrld.] | The stumps : : >'r .hl.h. ,11 nounty and' utat*
the iu L Jutti-lcr of Southwvwt QtmrUrr. rnwnnhipin '
times at
No. 10 Limited, 5:55: p. m. activity continued at all 1123Ci .
are soldi -. l Kunirc. tlumoit, run Kfwt n. Knrtion. lIne .".1101 .
which W ALDPItMAN.Mral
Wannee Branch landing: terminal. Then the elementof company, returns I'ive Children EHC'IIIH I'atiil ll.nl ofOtficera '1 1"i f.'l. thunCtt, North 01IU f.'ft. 11,"",.. l.a.t'to ( ) Clcik Clrrulr: .
l lit 0) 1 nt nf it* nrnfirs. f.t |thou.. North 3.4aw\ 1.:fut to the c'ourl

No. 101 leaves Starke 7:43 a. m. emergency, delivery, often a big 'flln ul I"ormerly; ;; ; :; IlullctM :Sixth, "... of ..1,. Huuthmiit, Qimrtwr. nfPmithwt.it fly C. A. KNKIIITiMmly. .r..
protected in part of German "' t <),"..rl".. I llivncn, Wont HUU f..r>t toVorthwcMt (
Stark 3:15 n. item in business, was t. is mnwa.
No. 104 arrives p. East ufirnur of n,,1.1{ Uunrtnr thwntoKinih
and, under| thesovereign' itoi.cIttr l for, :
Limited train No. !0) due .at Starke that trucks always were within easy !u now Harlan, Iy., March 2'!)-County of btticlnnfnir nn West line of anti quarter Ui point C.mplaln"I. s.:11-a.nf

11:22: p. m., Jacksonville to St. Pe reach for such urgent callfti! about on.lita thl. English throughthe gets ollicurs and possemen had returnod Wit..... my .....n.on,1 l ml ..r unld court In NOIICK hvrfiiy 'vlvirn HINolle ,('tlui.iass t
The one 'ton truck also did away revenue today from the mouth of lk!c>('h creek >..1. the SlIt day of March. A. D lu.Mt. \ county, Inrldn.. tint HV, the under,
tersburg. sale 0 tamps. .. W. AI 1.lltI.'I\N. *iuuai.. will Ihl.nl.... n hill In the 1 1112.1( *<*-
train No. 10 true' at Starke with the helper, leaving the unloading I'ostnl ill in the hills of Leslie! county, with an ('U-rU of CIrcuit Court for Bradford. County.F'1" .1,.." of tlm ltrtnlattirt* of tIn Hint of Flu_
Limited of maintenance 1C8 of th< Cayman for tliv ,., ,.. of all *
5:45: a. m, St. Petersburg'to Jackson to the driver and costs Islands, In|.Vest I( diell, having account of I the desperate lust standof sly/ C. A. KNKUir:! ,Ih.' I".hln.'/ liult. ,'., .1".01. Maid vounty.ci 0,1.
found to be ''Stiit) Dnptily Ckrk. ,
and upkeep were thiStrongs, a battle In which i niienUl by outntnndinif' not. and II iie'arraniti
ville. discovered Ir8 were eager for I). .:. KNK.Iir.: uf I he board' tif Inniruntlnnf
! trains do not stop at considerably under that of the. larger their issue three men and n woman were killedWodni'sday. Solicitor for romplmnunt. J-y-Ut-8-4 Mrndford county: Florida 1'111.1., .' th. pro*
(These two |10 Jntentionnl nun- ratS fxtrtlun: of Uiitun, county, rlorliln of *nl4ifii
truck. --------
Starke. Ocala and Plant City are the takes onI ltts of stamps, and, IIII, TO flt'l IrT TITI KIn |lnItcln.-.n, In d diluted, .! ti'refr.m. mid whichiiiUlitvclnfMi
And in adapting delivery systems Keller Walker deputy sheriff at of ... after dt>.
make between Jack boosted the \ the ( Irruit Court for Uni'lfunl. County 1..1".1 .nly.
they ( () their lurtlntf, I Union ,
) times
only stops to( lICI portion thervfrom.M'pmximnt .
truck .
to the one ton truck the Ford face value. 1 TiJaK.., Inuue and George !Strong Florida In Chancery.. ;: .'n th* pir: nf? |40, .<:K0! ulvlnif, the
J. H WIIIinmn.CumplHinant.
sonville and Tampa., ut thttt the ,|e.maml i -
most \ iMrHiil of iiuhlie 1 Instruction nf nld llrndfnrrit
chassis was found to come and .Mrs. Isaac Strong were killed. : : ::
Trains Nos. 7 and 8 operated from cxceeill nuppy.| .. ,,u n.Ir I'tnrlIi., authority,, to I lnnu. and tell
meeting all requirements. Its warrant for the arrest in.vT'itltihN. hondrt of unld lathe
St. Petersburg. No. 7 nearly Carrying n 'Ike I Florida I nnd and Imml"r.- I..M..I .oult.
to Htttrrtunttt rtf nnld ,
j leaving Hampton Hampton 11:50 p. m. and Nq. ease und simplicity of operation made SI'EAKlNl: HAl) ImAIIS i of Isaac on charged nf liquor et tlon al.? Lomiiaiiy. a Corporat, ,. (Intwrettl H>n r payable
constant p
Hampton 5:10: a. m. TheseI it must practical. Its sure At Smack.llk EI, I law violations, 22 armed I men appeared I fitndiinU. nnd 1 to IH* |HHUM IInnu"| semi.. of n.t"II..ou.ly.

I 8 arriving operation made it the most depend- ., -.Hr the i at Isaac's homeand surrounded '1'.. Mm Ed' Clary nnd Mr FM Clnry. r*.Ldwnta Ibm... thnunnnd ,dollar vnch. thi .......rle* .
: through trains, St. Petersburg to Portal oil fiel.l roads and streets . are able and its adaptability to all purpose I it. Deputy Sheriff Walker np- : awl Vr. W. II. H.vn... who ....101. at VI- the .I dny of.Atiirunt. A. l I'; 1 0,24, ant on.

Cincinnati, Ohio. of commercial need made it are in an inilc' condition in l the house with the warrant. I ilHliA, tteorglitt. clffiindnnUf ... .. ..I UN "d bonilN, to I h. dtir nml pnynhle onInn
T. J. GRIFFIN owing prouched I >cUntf. Hmt dny nf Atiifunt uf eneh nnd
spots, and every
The heavy team : You mn<\ cacti of you are h..I.y "nulr*.! .
the truck of greatest appeal. A hidden marksman firud and Walker year thereafter, until' alt nid
Agent. truck traffic i il to the extrernI to. lw and to itt>ar b-for the Judy. uf th. baa been fully pntd. anti Htlailed In..I..n.
: result is that of the more than 130Ofl)0 ,- dev.l staggered with u wound in the ( ,trout Court for the Flichth Jtidlalnl. ., Cireultof I tfi he a lien "n nil tntabl "hloh prniwrty 1"0,1.'

and truck I ely rapid t of oil WU"IlCasser !lordln. In and for Kradford ('ttunty. on .'r Jtrndford' onunty. Florldn and U> ti* paid
) commercial cars breast.As the day of April. 1WU. nt It,. eourthoii ,
WELL diggir 10. t'nntnininC; I nt the 0enernl nchnol fund, nf nalil Prnd
KEEP THE KIDNEYS in use in the United States fifty-one he ran for cover, a ,second bul- I in mid county. In Htark. Flnrldii. tn .n.... fnril eounty. Florida, to b* mined by taNatlun
oil, etc., togetha, tha, jnt.iement a bill of complaint ,'fnhihit .it A i nut you In year hy n.. _f'iir nil tnvnblo property
per cent are Fordd.FAIIM 'weather and of the slain officers concentrated a aid court by J, It William. I..h ., and riiilrtnir| th* nld board. of ","b.
trire of the soil| 1h. llradfrirdCounty ivlc-trraph' a wklyn In.lrll..n of nalil Bradford ...unty. Flor
' Health I. Worth Saving and Some there,' which I III : It withering fire on the house fromvantage ... '...r puhlUhcd In Htark, 1.I.ol ida to not nedl a .ttifTicient portion uf nnfdohool

How to LAM) TAXES (y KUmt : points behind trees and ledges !- County; rInrldM la htrhy itiiiftftutted' 8 : fumln thereof ach year to pay nnidinterent
Starke People I Know is nothing unusi* e six or eight mtwHimprr I In which thIn notice ahall h* pub- nnd principal. each y.nr an tl.). a am*
\ : As the steel jacketed )hulletswere llNhvtl for fli nr c. *. .. wka. bcconi* du. and pnynhle.K. .
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Save mules pulling of Th land oViwribcd In the hill of complaint i
t lightest
: Increased S \TTHEW3.
: We all know that taxes. have sent ripping through the walls In thla the tltl. which l ia ..oht
Starke people take I curl through the* \\jacp In the .. II t i>. K. KNif.tir
Many |, 8.2-0t.4.2
few b tiulvtjHj atinnfc th above dffndMntn.
the last defenders -
the during years.It of the tuilding thu fire of the .n -
lives In their hands by neglecting road. I \ particularly .l<..II.d an follow. t.wll
!know these or- will be interesting to know just i betame desultory and! finally Nurthf a.b Quarter of th* q... PLHUCAT1OV
:t kidneys when they has Indicative of tli\on, of said j t.-r, Ht-otion. 1/1. Towniihlp A Hiutht lanl ilFaKt In Circuit Court State of Florida. EIghth'

cans need he'p. Weak kidneys areresponsible how much and how our state bad places: One of sufferlng with others. A of the entered thc house w Mt Qtmrtr nf Hmithvaiit QuarUr of *aldHrotlnn. eery
( a vast amount fared, in comparison When the officers
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citizens and work fcmackover Fownnhlp and 'untre, 1 lylntr wmt of i.i.lm. Murrhe' .
r and il) health-the alight eat recent bulletin of the U. S. Department astonished aAr the two men and Mrs. Strong were tha Hiarku and awtvy puiill ..a''. and containing i.I Complainant.
KI'! were entertained A and 1-8 more or lm., ". I
ly delay \is diinxeroua Use UJRII of Agriculture rives the figures to see a rn* dead.' The woman, according to the particularly: : ,|.. t=.er.'1 a. bvirlnnlnif at M"r cni4 C i. Murrht-e.

fl .. PIUs-a remedy that baa helped 1914 and 1922, as to farmlands with hill >i* of said North linn of nail it I** 1'.nI.nt.
Boy Here for cad under It mo 1 I""y" along| .*rihd the
thousands of kidney lufferers. I All state, county and local To Stop a Cough Quick to the NorthwiHit corner of aatd NorthwnttMnrtrr I hi film In the ahAvint nun. that C.
ii;. citizen' recommenda- down the street 'n4prhanathe of Quarter. thence Mouth :. Morel.v, the defendnnt therein' ,. I.a la
ad: Is a SterUe +..<,.-?..=- -am- .included--- and the total a- of the ha take HAYES' HEALING MONEY. a 717 f..t ttr .n.t"th..t.. laid road thence on a resident of the stale' of Florida, and..onBenin .
I' owner ppraci- which the cough by .trnfiint Im. ti of bwMlnntnir' Alnotbftcinnlntf that of
lion: paid on the same cough/ medicine stop > point him.1 no prrjeejui subpoena can
M Levlton. Cherry St., says: mount of taxes ate a little help, on pedR. beuUnit the inflamed and Irritated tissues.A ., the Houthw, corner nf Houth not b. ... upon him. and U over th. ...
Mrs. that of land are used in making VMt SunnIer of 8outhwnt quarter, TownNhipand if 1W"'YOh. yvara it In therefor ord rt!
t'I had an attack of !am" back pieces tor stepped out I ir ,h4t and box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE Iani. t two.'. run taut: on Hwtlon tine that na,4 .Id.nt defendant b* and I. herhy *-

annoying when I attempted comparisons. bending over and SALVE fur Chest Colds. Head Colds and I feet thvnc North 610 feet thence Emit rvijulred to bream* to the bIll of aomplnintHied
was very lan for the whole man's enclosed with bottle (,f HO f wt. thence North S.. ,lwmnes Fuel to the In naUl .aun, on or "'.r. Monday, the
and increase
I to stoop or Hit I felt tlreJ The average hat from his. head, ; Croup Is every North I In. of aid Houth*'ant of In'd.y of April. A. D. :. otherwise mba
Doan'i Kidney: Pl.li: is 12' cent, tbat.U a tax JlA YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve per .
, guid. I used I country "lIey, feller, need I .. and should be rubbed on the cheat and throat N..rhw.t corner of acId
anti th v r ::.0 c| the lrnnt. of $100.00 has in eight years become wan surprised at th.- of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. W. lln. of Haiti quarter 1 point I. further ordered. that thin onl-r b*
renomimn.ilng *jcl> the rate of btonlnnln.Witnie' .. tbl.h. one. a week for. four conaerutae
t Wei!' Juftlned in $226.00. Iti Colorado "Nope, I'm h rll"bl Th. hnlln eSterS of HUT-X' lfo lln Honey In- my hand and era. nf nid. court the Bradford County T.I.N rpll. anewnpaper

worthy remedY to others. increased! 210 per cent. In Florida .*.). the throat rotnblnml with the bMllntf.rr..1 thia th. 8th day of March, A. D, In'' puhlnhfd, In in Id county and .itate,
l a all Uxa'eri'! Don't has ..rov* S <>P...- '... Salve IhfwMlb the petal bfItM O. W. ALbFftMtN.Cl 'Thi t..b.0 21. 1D29C. .
Price SAC< at the increase has been 129 percent highest tax per acre I. \I.New ik la MOO Map 5 muth. .rk of Circuit Court for Bradford County. W ALPKRMAN.

ask for a kldJey! remedy-get for the the lowest Both r..m Mllc' a,. p.rk.d 'In on. cartao cod lb. FlorIda. teal) CI.rk Clrtmlt Court
simply I'ms-.tlw same that just about the average Jersey, I1Ona.: 001 il Its combined Ueilmaul U 31'... f I By C. A. KSIr.T.I S, C A. KNIGHT.Pvputy .

boon's KIdcey fcnrt Toiler :Mfburn: Co. whole country. This U on farm land The tax in Florida v. per .. JUIII ask your druggIst for HAYES' a.1 tpu. !. A. Z ADKINS. ,.,,

Mra Jour,I.evton Hi':: ato. N Y, 11[>nly, wild land not included. The acre and Is now 65 eel HEALING HONEY.S riI .fI Complainant.9St44 SolIcitor fur Cumpl.ln.n. 8-2-51-3.1



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ebrate her birthday anniversary. At-I i business visitor here Tuesday. Miss Gertrude Hinson, Arthur Moorer where the Colonel will act as it' ,.
I the noon hour the well filled I T. E. Oldham, of Graham, was a and Elsie Hinson motored over to from tha| district.
:m: ... baskets were}brought out and a bountiful business visitor here this week. Sttirke Tuesday night to attend the t. A sons. wall born to Mr. and ,
1 : repast was spread in true picnic -: D. W. Moore, of Theressa, was at- movie.. II. L. Fowler' Monday. I.

News Items : style. At a late hour the guests tending to business here last week. 11, C. Owsley, Jim Phillips, MissU Mrs. P. B. Shaw, of Clio, An, ,
: departed, wishing the honoree many I I Mr. and 1 Mrs. J. E. Toney had an Stela and Frpdia Cloversettle and turned to her home last Tuesdav) ,to
happy returns. I i guests this week, their son-in-law, lea; -Humphrey attended the mov- I ter a pleasant visit to her duujrhi'
-; Mrs D. I. Blume returned Wednes- Martial Feagle, of Lake City. 1 tr. Starke Friday night. 'Mrs. J. A. Osteen and Miss ('an
Intersstlnacts Gathered During the V/e* br Our day from a visit to relatives at Vero. ': Mrs. W. B. Roper, of Jacksonville! i. C. A. Young-blood and daugh- Shaw. The former is the wife '.' ie

11 Retfular Correspondents. Mesdames Joe McLeod, Linnie who has been the /guestof her mother el N'eulie:-' returned to their home principal and the latter is the ,

.- Parrish. Lena Drawd and OIlie Par- ,Mrs. Elsie Sparkman, for several Sunday, after visiting her son, Instructor.
K,..-.p-- .I rish. were guests of Mrs. P. P. Dekle. days, returned to her home Saturday. 1 L. :. Youngblood, of Larkins. His A pleasant little party was !h
LAWTEY of the Florida University, Gainesville 'Saturday. | James Reynolds, of Graham, has m y friends will be pleased to learnt the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S .".

spent the week-end at their Mr. and Mrs. Julius Parrish and recently been a- business visitor here. th health his improved. ard at Dukes last Friday.- The ,". .
-- Mr. Burton, of Lake Butler, was V. Moore and H. E. Moorer were was In honor of their
homes here. daughter ,
6. Mr. and ..Mrs. Miss Gertrude Parrish were week- \1""
I Marlon Luwtey and thildren: Mrs. Hattie Laurie Edwards was a visitor to end guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Wa here. Sunday and assisted in conduct- trisecting business in Palatka last Annie Those present were :Jl,, tea
ing the music. His help was greatly Tirsday. Ruby Thomas Leila .
: Matthews .
F.,, Black and Miss Dora Clark, of Water Starke Friday. ', ;.
Oak, were guests ,Sunday of Mrs. Edwin Alford, of Umatilla, was a ters.Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. Spires were appreciated. f(lias Neulio Youngblood, Fredia telle Rosenberg, Messrs. Brady k ..
Jennie Reddish. visitor to Lawtey Friday. 'called! here Sunday to the bedside off i' The Methodist quarterly conference Cversettle and Otis King were visITS Icr, Carl Brown and Bland Matth

I Mrs. L. H. Hill and son, returned! Mrs. William Reddish, of Wateroakis their daughter, Mrs. Ettye Andrews. I I convened at the Methodist church on to Hampton Saturday. Quite an enjoyable evening was torn''
home Tuesday from Daytona, where visiting relatives in Lawtey. I Norman Parrish and Dave Green, Sunday., Rev. Dell preached both Rev. D. L. Phillips, of Lawtey, bap- Rev. John Mullady, of Jacksom...
yy I they spent a few days visiting friends Edward and Clarence Marr, of of Pine Hill, were here on business morning and evening. A bountiful led E. C. Wynn at Bedford lake on came Monday to officiate at thi.. r
dinner served the ground and .'ednesday, relatives and friends neral of Mrs. B. J. Sapp.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rivers, of Green Highland, were in town Saturday.W. Friday. i was on
I Cove Springs; spent Sunday here at E. Torode was transacting bus- Mr.>and Mrs. D. I. Blume were the the attendance! was excellent pthering for the'occasion. Mr. Wynn Miss Elizabeth Curetin return,"
i the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Dur- mess in Starke Tuesday. j guests of M{. and. Mrs P. P. Dekle I Mrs. C. P. Sasser and daughter,I is passed the age of 72 years ands Monday from Tallahassee whet.. tiff
p Miss Della Blanchard was a visitorto Sunday. .l i Clara ,May, of Valdosta, Ga., are the ; been confined to his bed for the I had been visiting her parents for ,
: 1 ban.Mrs.. M. E. Edwards and son, Edward Starke Sunday.A. |i B. L. Duke is suffering from the effects I !guests of Mrs. Sasser's father, P. I t- ast few weeks. few days. Miss Curetin is one of ,
visited relatives in Gainesville H. Harley came home from of a nail wound in his foot. i' Hunt: Mrs. John Jones, of Miami, is vis- valued teachers.
Sunday. Louise, and spent the week-end with The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Daugherty, of Starke, will nl l jtinsr her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. County and school commission.

Mr. and Mrs Jack Howe were visItors his family. I Willie Parrish fell from the porch of :, his appointment at the Christla t, 'hillips.r of Union county were in sessions..
to Starke Saturday. Sidney Futch was in Jacksonville\ i! her home one day last week, fractur- church Sunday morning and evening r The home of Mrs. J. E. Owsley was Monday at the courthouse.J. .
Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and daughter, Ada several days last 'week transacting ing her leg. | Mrs. T. J. Durden and daughte),the scene of a pretty wedding Tues- L. Howard of Ludiwici, Ga., 'v ,
i Marie, of Mobile, are spending a few buHiness. I Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Drawdy were Mrs. F. H. Chesser, left Tuesday fo day night at 9:30: when Miss Eloise the guest last week of his sift.. ,
days here with her parents, Mr. and I 'Julius Eunice, of Okeechobee, was shopping in Dukes Saturday. | Tampa, where they will be the guest Owsley, her oldest daughter, becomethe Mrs. J. M. Mann and Mrs. H. S. Gaffe! h.w
M Mrs. J. H. Moore. here Sunday and Monday. | Mr. and Mrs. B. Johns gave an egg of Mrs. Durden's children, Mrs. Jar bride of J. W. Moore, of Valdosta, Malcolmn Riherd, the Babe Ruth ..'
I Arthur, Int and Charlie Wilkerson, hunt Sunday afternoon. Dyal and C. A. Durden. I'' Ga. The bride is one of Theressa'smost Lake Butler's diamond, met with .
Misses Madeline and Aleen Padgett '
of Maxville, were visitors to Lawtey| Mrs. Mattie Drawdy spent Sunday Mrs. II. D. May, of Alachua coui I'I'I charming young ladies; and has I painful accident when a ball struck
of for few
Anthony are guests a days I
I of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday.Mrs. I, with her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Glov- I was the guest of her mother, Mr served as postmistress at this place him in the eye, causing his eye i I.<
w M. Td"ctt.Mrs. Truby Willis and children visIted -i ler. M. Hagan, Tuesday. for some time. She never looked more look very much like the one that Jet
relatives in Lake Butler Sunday. ,: Mrs. Barbara Dukes is visiting her Cleveland Sullivan, of Ther lovely than on her wedding day. Mr. wears after Mutt gets through with G
I Louis Crews and children, of W. H. Carter, of Maxville, was a I daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Albritton, at was a business visitor here last'I Moore is one of Valdosta's leading him. s
Jacksonville, are spending a few days I business visitor here Friday.Mr. I men and holds
Wymauma. I a position with the Mrs. J. Frank Bennett ,
' day.The assisted h t }
here with her sister, Mrs. Brooks and Mrs. Graham Boyd, of I strawberry crop has bee Southern railway as mail clerk. The Mrs. Charles F. Rivers,
' Starling.Mrs. Starke, were visitors here Sunday. IIAMPTON I usually large this season. B'II ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. her Sunday school class Saturday
W. E. Torode was a visitor top Everybody-Inyited to attend Grnce I from Starke, Waldo, Louise, G"r n, Jones of Lake City, pastor of the the residence of the latter. The at
eve. ,,
Jacksonville Thursday church Sunday. Sunday school 1, 10 n. I Hampton April 6.-Miss Daisy Campville, Earleton and Lake; t- Baptist church here, in the presenceof ning was hugely enjoyed by the siho
P. L Dinkins, of Jacksonville, was m., morning sernwn by the pastor, Moore', of Theressa, was a visitor in ler have been shipped from heir1'3' a large crowd of relatives and ars and some invited friends. Games
+4 in Lawtey on business Monday. Dr. W. I. Powell', at 11. The subject town Tuesday. season. Hampton has better ng, friends.Mr. were played and refreshments
t Mr. and Mrs. Shep Richardson and will pe "God's ,Emancipation Procla The W. M. U. met'at the home of facilities than any town\ in B/',:d and Mrs. Moore left Wednes- ed. err

children, of Umatilla, were guests of mation." In the eyening the Epworth Mrs. K. B. Watterson Tuesday afternoon :|I county. I day morning by automobile for Val- Those present were, Genevieve Ritera .
Mr. and !Mrs. L. A. Marr during the League will meet at 7. Opening; of .* I E. L. Mangold, of ., dosta, Ga., where they will make their Mary Richard
Aj: t. weekend.Mrs. the question box at 7:30, and the ser- 'I I Frank Abernathy, of Graham, was l was the guest of his will"d. future home. Their many friends wish I Isola Roberts, Amelia Evelyn Harper,Smith Maggie
ttk' ",,. Ury Gunter and daughter, mon, "Why God Made Woman," at transacting business here this week. [. Mary and Ada Nimmo. I, them -happiness in their married and Charice! Lou Jackson, Charles ''
Dorothy, of Wauchula, are spending 7:30.: I I F. E. Henry and lon, Eugene, and his way to Daytona and -, life. Rivers, David Richard, Charles Smith ,a
e :, a few days with her parents, Mr. and The straw.berry movement has been Master John Hagan motored to St. ''er points of interest re- James ,J
Kennedy, Aileen Lena'
'r, Mrs. George L. Futch. quite active for the past ten days,I Petersburg this week.' ;,t turn. before j 'LAKE BUTLER Bennett, J. P. Bennett. Doyle,
Miss Rachel Boyer, of Jacksonville 30 cars being sent to northern mar J. E. Toney was a business. visitor I\ Those who attended on Hon. Charles H.
is spending a few days here with her kets, besides a large number by open to Starke Tuesday. 'I Sunday were' Mrs. F. Zefj Mrs. l Lake Butler, April 6.-Mrs. B. J. from' Union Register, representative
1Y ;, parents, Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Boyer. express. I The supper that was given by the Donogan and children, Mrfl: Mrs. ,Sapp, of New River, died Sunday after Tallahassee Monday county, left for.
Miss Eva Futch and Lorenzo Marr Baptist W. M. U. Friday evening was 1 C. Chiltden and children, M- Hil- a lingering illness. Funeral ser- by Amos Brannen accompanied
.were visitors to Starke Friday. FIVE MILE quite a success, although; the rain fell ''lis, Thomas Bridges, ty Green, vices were held at the home Rev. J. county's heavyweight, who Union for
Earl Roberts and Clifton Brown in torrents. The attendance was very Mrs. Blakely and childror- In- Mullady officiating. Intermentwas I aspires
a position as one of the
fbe Quinine '...at Dots Mot Allest If tte.J Five Mile, April Wednesday, good. The sum of $:57 was realized gram and son and Mr. Lqrttom. made in Sapp cemetery, New River.' pages.
k' BwtmiTIVK .. or tie tnnc: end ''as.ve.Quct; .14 March 28th, the children, grandchildren which will be used for church bene- I Col. D. E. Knight and wife, and Regular services at the Presbyterian
: "ROMO QIJININI'; (tab''to' ran"," ,Harm and friends gathered at the fits. I THERESSAI son, of Starke, passed through here church
i r"v thn ouynue tired.,' I GWotovs: S nr;nu u auatdeerurr o.o u or h-! ,,.:,;:.o: home of Mrs. Martha Parrish to cel H. Wiggins, of Starke, was a Theressa, April 6.r-Ol- Mann, Monday on their way to Tallahassee ,I everybody always next Sunday.ve'cume.' As usual!,


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Now is this time for all my friends to secure a supply oftoes. An extra special 'cut price will -

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Friends, buy while buying is good- and where you can get >LLAR, value for 25c. Grab, these bargains

during these two SPECIAL DAYS. Another Special Cut I be made on all Groceries and Feeds. Look

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