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 13, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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elieved to be That of E. Corbett, of LEGISLATIVE DOINGS Tax Collector Granted Thirty Days I MAYOR MARTIN: GIVES ADDRESS'-1[ ] Under Car-With Dead Driver i NOTICE: OF SANITARY INSPEC'TION !

Bartow, Who Has Been :Missing Extension: on Tax Books I AT WOMAN'S: CLUB While on Way to Green: Cove
r. Bradford Member Put On Important

Jacksonville, April 10.-The half. Committees The board of county commissioners lIon. John Martin, mayor of Jack The town Kiinitary committee, including .
ad body of a man with two knife of Bradford county, met In regu sonville, made an excellent address at Miss Mary Fundorburk, bookkeeper health officer, marshal and ;
j ounds in his neck found !March 30 Bradford county members the Woman's Club for the Green Cove Furniture Co., aided
h of the lar session, Monday, April 2, 1923, Wednesday afternoon mayor, by protestant Brotherhood
the banks of Cedar creek and bur- legislature have been at four in Starke was ill the latter part of Scouts
honored by appointment with all members present, as follows: o'clock. Mrs C. !K. Boy and Woman's Club
l' as an unknown, has been identi- on Important committees.Yet J. Brownlee, chairman, Louis II. Hoover, chairman of legislation, was last week and derided to RO homo to committee, will make a careful house
ed as that of E. Corbett, a prominent this is nothing! unusual and is Hill, S. J. Prescott, James Reynolds, in charge of the program, and thru her parent. in Gr.t'ICove until fully to house inspection of all premises in
,' artow, Fla., naval stores operator. owing to the fact that members from H. P. Gainey. her invitation Mayor Martin made restored to health Archie Brown the city limits on Monday, April 23rd.
This became known here yesterday this county are always men as able Minutes of last meeting read and the address on matters pertaining to Calder, M traveling salesman for the The object in to cticourn (o a clean, >
the Marcus Conant and intelligent legislation. company, offered to take her home in sanitary town und l
orning by Com- as can be found any. approved. This fine address was enjoyed bring an n mosquito
any, funeral directors, and the au- where. The appointments are as follows and heartily applauded. his car. campaign.
Petition received from the citizensof
horities when :Mrs. Corbett, wife ofe : Preceding the address Mrs. H. II. They left Starke Sunday and, all Our citizens responded !splendidly'
Lawtey asking that Mary Griffisbe
dead man, wired that she is posi- Senator D. K.; KnightChairmanof placed roll and Young reud an open letter from Marcus went well until about six miles this In it former clean up notice and It lot
upon pauper upon
side of their
;S ,lye the body found on the creek bank judiciary "B" committee, claims, motion her name ordered placed thereon Fagg. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, accompanied destination, the our, hoped that every one will respond
1 'as that of .husband. executive communications, miscellaneous at an allowance of $5 per month. by Mrs. E. K. Pvrryman, rendered ''R rounding a curve near a bridge across cheerfully tt> this notice, and have all ;r;
'. Identified by Picture legislation, prison and convicts, Petition received from citizens of two beautiful voice numbers, ditch, struck a guard %>il und was. promises clean and free of trash, use-
Mrs. Corbett made the Idcntittcaion rules and procedure, temperance Brooker stating that O. W. Thomasbe "Now Sloops the Crimson Petal," and overturned in the ditch Doth of the loss!' plunder, tin cans and, everythingthat

by a photograph sent to her by Representative E. S. Matthews has placed upon pauper roll and upon "A Lullaby." I passengers but were pinned under' the la not cleanly and sanitary, ready
he funeral directors at her request the following committee appointmentsto motion his name ordered placed thereon At three o'clockthere. was a business car, a small boy saw the accident for said Inspection on tho 23rd.
I hen she learned that a man answer- his credit: Chairman of commit. at an allowance of $5 month. meeting of the Woman's Club. and ran for help. When the car was> There Is too much carelessness In

g her husband's description was be- tee on game, appropriations, public Rachel Malphurs was reported per as Mrs. J. II. hitch, vice president, pre I I righted doud, it but was Miss found that !Mr. Colder scattering paper on part of our businesrt -

icved to have been murdered in Dual printing, public roads.and highways, : moved from county and her namo ordered sided over the meeting, and Mrs. E. was Fumlerburk was, houses. The wind blows this pa-
apparently She
county. She is hurrying to Jack- rules, forestry, state pensions. : dropped from pauper roll.J. K, Perrymun, acted as secretary pro body of the, uninjured.driver and the per all over the street und onto prem.
;onville and is due to arrive here Representative T. B. Pinholster has tem. After hearing reports from various were tukl'lto inc.i otherwise kept clean. If all parties .
I G. Williams
pauper, was givenan Green Cow.
ome time during the day. been honored with membership in the additional committees and attending to would install/ a wire receptaclefor
$3 for month. Mr. Calder .
one was only 2(1( of
To complete the Identification the other business, the meeting adjourned years
following committees: City and town burning trash and paper like the
ody will be exhumed by T. E. Wirt, organization, education, state institu Regularly moved and seconded that for J-he legislative program. age, and, a very popular und capable Consumers Lumber Company has, .
lease of T. J. Knabb for young man. The latest advises from
f Bartow, who is due here tonight. tions, public buildings and grounds, county con- this unufghtly nuisance would cease
victs be nullified to take effect on LEILA DBA ANDREWS' BIRTHDAY Green Cove arc to the effect that tho
hen it will be shipped to Bartow for temperance.Bills The town council Is lining a grader
30 1923. young lady Is getting along well
Interment. While here Mrs. Corbettill ? Oh, yes, a few, and more April PARTY tin and a street shaving imichine on all
as can be expected, after
be interrogated as she may beble coming. It is- not altogether outside Ordered that a notice be published sustainingsuch unpaved streets and making n fine
> to throw some light on the mys- the range of possibility that some for lease of county convicts to be let Little !Miss Leila Don Andrews celebrated a shack while in a feeble condi improvement on this. line. Now, if
tion. She has been
e rious case. maiden legislators, until a few days on first Monday in May, A. 1923.v her tenth birthday Saturday short while but has in Starke only a each and every citizen will take pride
1 The naval stores operator has been before the legislature convenes, re' Tax collector asked for thirty day afternoon by giving a lovely party ut friend, who already mad. In the looks of his !premises, we will
,issing for several weeks, according solve to not introduce a single bill. extension in settlement of tax books, the home of her parents' Mr and MrsJ. many her congratulate heron enjoy a beautiful, clean town.
narrow from dentil.
i advices received here, and his fam- But they soon find they cannot help which was granted.J. W Andrews, Jr., on W. Madison escape Tho council is alxo enforcing sanitary
y, after reading newspaper accounts themselves. There are scores of organizations M. Brownlee was authorized by street. closets. ,
r ,f the finding of the body, began an Interests, societies, coteries the board to see Major Odom of Hope There wJk, a dainty .guest-book tied SEVENTH: MONTH HONOR;/ KOI.I! Join the clean-up forces and go to
quiry which resulted in the sending! clubs, besides unclassified Hall' to know if he will take care of with pink ribbon, in which the arriving FOR II. II. S. work.

f a photograph of the dead man to idiots and fanatics, who all have all paupers' and at what. rate per guests wrote their names, and C. L. PEEK,
artow. grievances and must have laws pass month. then merry games were played until I First grade-Lois Lung, Morcol Mayor.
Corbett had spent the greater part ed in their favor. For the sake of The following resolution offered and the children were invited, into the big I Hickey, Sinclair Peck, Jr., Hugh Addison .
, f his life as a naval stores opera- peace, the legislators cannot help passed. I living room to help Leila Deli find Merrill Edwards, Louise Snyder MRS. WALL KNTKKTAINS U. D. C.
r in various' parts of Polk county, themselves, but must introduce bills. That, whereas, the fine and forfeiture her birthday gifts, which hud been I Lois Adkins, Dorothy Ritch, l Eunice "
'ut early this year he disposed of his Then there are matters that former' fund has been exhausted until hidden in various places. :. Canova Martha Powell, Ed Neff, W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C.,
f tolding and acquired turpentine prop. i legislatures shirked, that can no Ion. taxes are collected and that a special In the dining room the table was Jr., Cecil Thomas. Miss Olive Ray, met Thursday afternoon with bars.

tiea in Bunnell, in the northern part I ger remain unattended to, and this term of the .circuit court has been ordered attractively decorated with roses, lilIes teacher. W. I* Wall, at her handsome home on
} Florida. makes more bills. And during the I to convene on the '23rd day of and phlox, and, in the center was I Second grade-Martha Brownlee, Cherry street. C
t Corbett communicated with his session exigencies will arise, breedingmore April, 1923, and that Bradford county -' placed the large, white birthday cakeon Marguerite Prevatt, MalxJ. NofF, Net The nlt'etinwall/ called to order by
'I 'i family regularly until about two bills. More bills will be intro. will be re-imbursed for the cost of which burned. ten small candles. lie Edwards, Arthur Darby Jones, the president, Miss Amelia Ray, und,
\weeks ago, and in his last letter he duced during this session than ever said court by Putnam county. Mrs. Andrews, assisted by Mary Ca. Margaret Brown.; Mm. W. J. Eppernon attended to the
told his wife he would be home with. before, and future Sessions will have Therefore, be it resolved that wed nova, Lucile Mitchell, Florence and Third Jl'raIe-Minnlo Starling, Luella duties of secretary.
in a few days. Though he is not more than this. Naturally the laws ,) ask the lion Ernest Amos, state Elizabeth Andrews, served cake und Cimhntt, Mary Brownlee. Miss Delegated were elected to the annual

itt .known to have had any enemies, it is passed will be undigested and Incomplete comptroller, to authorize the transfer Ice cream. Jessie Thomas, teacher. convention, which meets In Turn-
,If r :aid to be a suspicion existing in and many probably unconstitutional of $1,000'from the general fund to The guests at thin merry party Fourth grade It-Paulino DuboHO, pa May 1-lth. Mrs. 0 L. Heusloy
,:Bartow that Corbett was murdered. for we' cannot expect perfect the fine and forfeiture fund for the wero Walter McDonald, Jr., Charles Evelyn Stump, Merrill Williams, Eth- undjlrs. L. A. Davis were chosen to
"The body was found by two Allan- work during fever heat and a time purpose of paying off said cost at this Lucian Kickhter, Allan Long, June olin White, Hubert Dower, Joe Brown represent W. T. Weeks Chapter, with
till' National bank employes while canoeing limit of sixty days.It special term of court. Bullen, Evelyn Stumps-lion Sternburg Howard Hydorn, R. L. Thomas !Mrs. A, Z. Adkina and Mrs. W. J. Ep-

in the creek. They saw the'body will not be possible for the Telegraph There being no further business, I Mary Canova. Louise and Wilson Fourth grade A-Beverly Cudy, person, alternate
lying on the bank of the creek* to keep track of legislative doings the board adjourned to Meet the first I Hayes, Lena Belle and Cleo Shepard, Glenn Wood, !Milton Brownlco, Jr., Arrangements were made for Memorial .

,:' They:. thought at' first the man was and they will not be of much Monday in May, A. D. 1923 Thelma Andreu, Fenolla Snyder, Clara Miss Eva Powell, teacher. Day uverciHes on the 20th of
':".;' asleep,' but when they came ashore general interest, anyway. In Augustor G. W. ALDERMAN: Louise I'eek, Eloise Ritch, Lester Fourth grade A-Florence Gill, Edna April. Rev. L II. Simpson will do-

,they saw two 'deep gashes in the September the laws as enacted will Clerk and Auditor Price Robinson, Julian, Peek, Jr., S. Hutto, William Brown, Morrill liver the memorial address at the
w(/i':, be printed and given gratis to each R. Johns, Mary Brownlee, Lucile Futch, Thomas Williams. Methodist church, and !Mrs. A, Z. Ad-.
; I 'neck.Hurrying\ to-Jacksonville they informed voter of the county. A GRACEFUL TRIBUTE Mitchell, Sara Hope Haynefl, Loin and Fifth grade-Leila' Dea Andrews, bins will have charge of the music.
the authorities. An investigation Hazel Adkins, Gcorgu Haynes, Martha Thclm Andreu, Iris Brown, Juno AM a committee on decorations, the

was immediately conducted. For 20TII CENTURY CLUB The following short, graceful oration Brownlee, Leslie Biggs, Milton Bullen), Louiseayes Isabel Kaszynski president appointed Mrs. W. E. Davis.
h "'several days the county officers workr'at'ed was made by Thomas Limbaugh, Brownlee, Jr., Billy Graham and Ar Clara Louise Peek, Merrill Mc. Mrs. I'aul E. Canova and Mrs. O. L.

on the case, but not a tangible Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. at the Tom Morris memorial servicein thur Darby Jones. Millan. Miss! Isabel Bullen, teacher., Beuxloy. Miss Olive Ray will take
clue has been which Sixth grade-Ruth Stornbergr, Bessie charge of the flowers brought the
yet found, may entertained the Twentieth Century the Baptist church of Starke, Sun- by
rte read to the 'man's murderers, it was Club Wednesday evening, at their day evening, April lit: FIRE AT LAWTEY Pearl Vumpklna! Edna Mae Strick srhnol children. The C. of C. will also
land, Raymond Browning, Lois Col. take in the memorial I
home on'West Madison street. "I wish to say a few wordsjn mem- part day pro-
aid.Working ,
against odda in trying to decorations of ory of Tom Morris a a schoolmate When Mrs. R. R. Thede went to ley, Walter McDonald Jr., Mildred gram.
1 '.olve the mystery, County Detective used in the reception vases room,roses and bowls were and a brother Stout; one who open up their store early Tuesday Silcox: Sarah Kelly. MlsII Mildred The veterans' graven at Crosby cemetery
ilienthal considered every available I of in the has gone to a greater reward than of last week sho found the buildingfull Crosby, teacher. will be cleaned. and decoratedby
phlox dining room. The card ,
'act in the case, but could not gain 'game resulted in the ladies' first prize can be gained on this earth, yet we of smoke. She immediately called Seventh grudu-Ruth Bower Alice the following committee: Mrs. S.
1i4b information that would and the fire out Puttee, Ruth StnnMvll, Barney McRaa K. Brownlee Mrs. J. M Alvarez and
'nough> glvthe going to Mrs. G. M. Inman, and the feel his presence still, knowing that assistance was put ,
" solution. he before much of Eighth: grade-Grace Wood, Edna/ Mrs. Florence C. Powell. Mrs. L. A.
baffling mystery a hostess handed her a box of station. was a boy who lived up to the it made a headway.
Finally an inquest was conducted ery. F. F. Stump won the gentle. Scout oath and its laws. In the center of the store betweenthe MI&nnlnaGusllie Mae Bennett, Eugene Davis was. appointed to order llaif

and a coroner's jury returned a ver- man's first prize, a deck of cards; "In this great organization every counters were three tables, load Matthews, Joseph Thomas, for the occasion.
,,',;lfdict that the man had been murdered. while Mrs. E. L. Biggs received the Scout is known to each other as a ed with all kinds of clothing, straw Sammy Sternberjr, Hazel Middleton, The veterans of J. J. Dickison camp
lIt t;' $ in their brother had Elise Jones, Frederic Struth, Ethel: will bo dinner fcuewts of the Daughters
; They made a clause report, booby prize, a powder puff, and N. Scout working together to hats, etc. In some way fire
! asking Justice Geiger to swear out a'John Sternberg the booby for the men, gain higher Ideals, and this is the started on the table farthest from Moore, Florence Andrews, Owen on April 2'ith.
&/ Doe" murder first time the door the of which Griffin. Mrs. Bonnie McGrudi.T, teach. At this. meeting box
\ '< warrant charging which was cigars. in the history of the Boy contents were a : containingmany
I' ,to be used when the man's assassin Mrs. Andrews served delicious pimento Scouts of America in Starke that a completely destroyed. The fire had er. useful articles was packed for
twas apprehended. sandwiches, fruit salad, saltines comrade has been taken away from evidently been burning for several Ninth Jl'rado-Miriam OrtaifUH. the Old Soldiers Home In Jacksonville
I and ice tea. us. Tom was active in The Boy Scout hours and if the floor had been of Eleventh grudu-Claudia Terry, Eu After the business meeting adjourn.
{ +1 W. C. T. U. MEETING TUESDAY Those enjoying the Mr. movement. wood Instead of tile and concrete, no nice Perkins, Laura Wynn, lllunche ed, a social half hour was enjoyed. I

!Jw Mrs. L. H. Eastman was the leaderof and Mrs. G. M.' Inman party, Mr. were and Mrs. "lIe was a, boy who was liked by all doubt the building would, have been Alderman, Iris Eppvmon. Mrs. Ceo The hostess, assisted by A. E. Wall,
I' $ the W. C. T, U. meeting Tuesday N. Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. F.o'. who knew him. We miss him In our destroyed. Several hundred dollars C. White, teacher. Jr., and Miss Lucile Deal, served a
'?';afternoon, and her interesting sub.I' Stump, Miss Mabel Weller, J. J. Tru B. Y. P. U., where he wa a frequent worth of clothing" was on the .table Twelfth I'rade-Joyce Terry. tempting salad course with ice tea.

Ject was Temperance and Missions. by, Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mr. visitor, in our social gatherings and and burned, besides the stock was Fragrant sweet peas were used as
I'wWrs. E. M. Johns sank a beautiful and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Dr. and Mrs. out on the athletic field. damaged a great deal by the smoke. -LOI.S; COLLEY'S"PARTY- favors, and the reception room was
> aolo that 'was much appreciated by E. L. Biggs. "The great purpose of the Scout Origin of the fire Is not definitely 1 decorated with vanes. of glowing
'her audience. movement is to make better'' citizens known but it Is believed to have been amaryllis lilies.
Little Miss Lola Colley entertaineda
fi ;$'- It was decided that the union would AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP and to teach reverence'to God. When caused by a cigar or cigarette stump ,number of her friends with an Eas!,.
br\. gives, a dues paying! social on Friday, this great organization,fails to teach carelessly thrown down the evening DEATH OF MRS. McCORMICK-
tar egg hunt and picnic on Sunday afternoon .
" the 27th of April. Tke ten dollar reverence to God than it has ceasedin before. -
pledge to the chautauqua fund was Friends here of Mr. Leo. Canova, the betterment of mankind." at her pleasant home In the Mrs. J. D. McCormick, of Manning,
ordered paid. Mrs. G. M. Inman resigned son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Canova, of GARAGE BURNED eastern Bart> of town.! died very suddenly April 4th. She wall

as secretary and Mrs. J. W. Springfield, will be interested to know FORMER STARKE MAN I IN LIMELIGHT About 3 a. m. Tuesday the Boree After playing games and having a a daughter of the late Rev. J. J. Clark
White was appointed to fill out Mrs. that he has been awarded a scholar. merry time hunting the gaily colored of Starke. She early in life affiliated
1 Inman'a unexpired term. ship in the Cincinnati Conservatoryof discovered eggs, the !guests enjoyed a picnic herself with the Baptist church and

After hearing reports and attend Music, and has already entered the A notable court trial is going on In the oil soaked benches. In the build. spread. Cunning little bunnies with was a devout Christian. She wa a
ing to other business, the meeting ad. institution, where he is studying Madison, that of Walter Hlgginboth Ing flared up like a torch. The fire carrots In their mouths were !given loving wife and a good mother, and
jBurned. der Mr. Lyford, grand opera instructor. am, convict camp boss, charged with men came promptly, but too late to as favors. Miss Lois Thornquest and her step-children loved her as if she
Mr. Canova is a former pupil of the murder of Martin Tabert, of MunIch gave the garage. They bent their efforts Mrs. G. C. Sweat assisted in entertaining had been their own" mother. :Many

The Daily Democrat, of Tallahassee Mr. Lyman P. Prior, and visited here N. D., while the latter was a prisoner in saving the office and material and serving the guest friends join her bereaved husband,
1 April 7th !gives the following; recently with Coburn's minstrels. He at defendant's camp. The courtis building a few feet away, and suc The guests! were Ruth'Sternberg, children and other relatives in deploring
Senator and Mrs. D. E. Knight and has a rich tenor voice of unusual pow. presided over by Judge M. F. ceeded. The lumber in the well'sup Iris Brown Hazel Adkina, Beulah her death. .

son, Paul Ernest, are ,pleasantly located er and sweetness, and a brilliant future Horn, and J. R. Kelly, Esq., state plied yard was alao ,saved. Sapp, Virginia Felix, Elizabeth Hoilingsworth The interment Wall at Evergre(p
at the Butler house. This i lathe has been predicted for him by attorney, conducts the prosecution.Mr. There were; many fixed: and loose" Leah Struth, Mary Lea cemetery last Thursday Rev J. L.

senator's third term. He is an critics.. Kelly will be aided by Judge W. tools and automobile supplies, which Wynn Katie Colley, Sarah Kelly, Al Strickland conducting the obsequies.A .
able attorney, practicing law in ''Mr. Canova's lister, Miss Anna Ca. K. Kneeshaw, of.North Dakota. Mr. were destroyed by the flame How Ian Long, Carlyle Ritch, Charles little over a month earlier a sister .
Starke. Mr Knight Is assistant! secretary nova, who is a talented pianist. Is Kelly Is a former Starke man, and his the floe., originated is not known. We Fields, Merrill Sturth, James Hollingsworth of the deceased, Mrs. Eula Norton
to the senate this session and likewise a student in the Cincinnati many friends her wish him successin have been unable to find out whether Bessie Colley of ValdostaGa. died. An obituary of the latter
Is a charming and accomplished wom conservatory, and is preparing for bringing guilty parties to. punish. there was any insurance on the building ., Ruth Felnberg of Gainesville Is also found in this week's Tele
an. concert work. ment. and contents. and Carr Colley, of Jacksonville. graph. t

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IIlIInIMlnmlJH lIIlDlDIDwtI1 W incorporated. Plans are completedfor comprising an area 150 miles long and I E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a i After Every M
r Is" y Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs the installation of a grapefruit about one hundred miles broad, are professional visitor here Friday.S. J ::
4 "" cannery. The new concern will mar- at an average elevation of less than S. Bryan and J. I. Dubose, of --
----------I ket its products through the citrus fifty feet above the sea while the sur- Starke, were visitors to Lawtey Mon\ i
\ a Live State News exchange. The plant will be in operation face of the shallow lake within them, day.J.. i '/RBG EY5 \
J with the first of the coming Okeerhobeo not quite 20 feet abovesea J. Byrd, of Maxvillc, visited relatives -
t 1 WRIYnAW111..YYY IW..XYNYn9.WIi.WilP1tl.... season's ripening grapefruit and it is level. Even the one or two ridges here Thursday.W. I --
Err Told by Our Exchanges expected that 50,000 cases will be put within the borders of the state scarce E. Torode was transacting bus'
, -\. up. The plant will employ more than ly rise to 270 feet elevation. The capital iness in Jacksonville Thursday. I Chcvv your fotKI
1 t J"i'" e ilJnIImlaI.mmmmmmalI.nmoommmmHnmc. ) mmmlDmD1U; .mDiii. one hundred men and women. Tallahassee, is located on the Richard Lang, of :Maxville! was T in I' well, then u-e

pl t1 ', '<.l The new bridge across the Indian Four carloads of canned grapefruithave slope of one of the uplands! and within town :Monday. I' tVRIGLEY'toaid
1 i 1'' river at Titusville was officially accepted been shipped from Vero, two The badly mutilated body of Geo. the city border the elevation varies I I digestion.
''I '. ; from the contractors by the more) cars of stock are on hand, and Daugherty negro, who was reportedto from 300<' feet above sea level to less C. E. LUItIN; ORUAINEI:.: IN; BAPTIST i
I t\ county commissioners] Friday and I the I'olk Canning Company's plant is have been hit by a train on the than SO feet. I. : CHURCH It also keeps
I I 'I. is now open to traffic running steadily. In the south end Okeechohee brunch of the Florida tIle teem clean,
of the county, the St. Lucie Products ,' East Coast ]line Sunday night was :.Swept:; "from the deck of the German I Jacksonville) April 13.-C. E. Lub- breath sweat,
I The train crew of the early] passenger Company at Rio has shipped out a' brought to Klssimmce Sunday night.It steamship Vechtdky by the ship's in was ordained a minister of the I appetite keen
I train Friday morning of last week number of carloads> during the season 'was first reported that Daugherty boom while she was loading naval Baptist chuprth at the service yesterday Tha Great
I' noticed the body of a dead negro on and is still canning. had been shot by another negro, McBride I' stores at Jacksonville, Jack T. Jones in the ':Main[ street Baptist churchMr. America"SlIIedm.Q' '"
i the side of the tracks four miles from and his body placed on the I deputy sheriff, suffered a fractured I Lubin had been working at the I : 'I
the Putnam county line. The matter The first carload of Hastings potatoes track. County physician examined skull and other injuries from which I Woodstock Baptist church and received :- '
ti I was reported to officials who went to sold Saturday at $!(1 and $12 per the corpse Monday but could find no he died later. He was on duty on the I a call from the people of that ,
r t the scene for an investigation barrel, ',. o. b., for No. 2 and 1 respectively. evidence of bullet)] wounds. McBrideis steamer to watch the Chinese who church. I 119r

They were grown by R. being held for the grand jury. were members of the ship's crew. One The ordination was performed by a ,
_ State Comptroller Ernest Amos will Gray; near Federal Point. This is of the hooks of the boom got caught body of ministers of the city churches > Sna
not resign at once as was reported, $2 a barrel higher than the market Henry Molden] 03, negro, a Maxwell and Junes went to unfasten it. Justas Rev. W. L. C. Mahon, assisted by Dr. | lYnppen I ( ,
: but will continue his present service opened in the Hastings section in )] farmer, was shot to death Sun- he succeeded the engine that operated W. A. Hobson) of the First church; j)
; until the ]legislature adjourns. Mr. 1022./ And the price is also a $2 increase day and his daughter-in-law, Geor- the boom started and befor he Rev. S. W. King, Franklin street)
P Amos will accept the presidency of a over the first car shipped from gia Molden] 23, and Wayman Sheffield could dodge he had been knocked off church; Rev. C. W. Kneeland, Lowry ,,I
'" farm loan bank which will be established Melbourne !several days, ago. 76, are prisoners in the county jail, the ship to the concrete wharf eighteen Memorial; Rev W. C. Sale, Woodlawn ing( up his duties immediately
't in Jacksonville.A to be questioned about the )homicide. feet below. His body was paralyzed and Dr. C. \\'. Waugh, retired. The Rev ;Lubin is a former Stark,
The possibility that Indian river The aged negro claims the Molden I from the neck down and although ordination prayer was offered by Dr.
company has been formed at and the local inlet may regain the old woman did the killing while the wom- I ha was conscious almost until Waugh, and was followed by the laying and has' many friends here \\h
Tampa, to operate an aeroplane route time distinction! as the gamboling an accuses the man of firing the shotgun I denlh came he did not suffer. He on of.hands by the ministers. be glad to hear of "Ed's" prom
between:. Tampa and Miami. John A. place of the silver tarpon is indicatedby which ended Molden's life. The '| !Cave instructions as to what he de: Following this ceremony the addressto The Telegraph joins them in

f r Robinson, engineer of the company, the fact that a few days ago a 75- !.'harge took effect in the neck and I sired done. An operation was performed : the candidate wax made by Dr. ing Godspeed for tho new nun
a '- has purchased twenty acres of land to pound tarpon was landed by a couple'of Molden died instantly. Tho Molden i shortly before he died. Waugh which was followed by the
be used for a landing place for the fishermen near Vero. Formerly, woman's husband is now a fugitive I I address to the Woodstock hutch by
; planes.) \, tarpon were caught quite' frequently I from justice, the county authorities I With his throat cut through to the Rev. S. W. King. To Cure a Cold in One I>u,
at the old inlet and sometimes in Indian claiming he shot and killed a negro at bone, ,Serfino Koiz, of Key 'West, sat I The newly ordained, minister will aha. the.AXAflVE Six stills in a radius of forty feet, river, but so far as l known the Maxwell three weeks ago. calmly in a chair and with a deputy serve at the Woodstock church, tak- ..1.1. t" W (oRO" '" ,ilnatur|! ia em .
{b were seized Monday by county and one landed a few days ago Js the first I sheriff holding him, wrote a sixty-two i i
4 federal 1 agents in Nassau county, near specimen caught in years. Not to be outdone by anything CalIfornia word letter to his wife, son and !
vp! Dmsmore.) The stills had the capacity 1- can produce in the form of a daughter. While at the home of a '! .< --- -
Y for turning out eighty gallons each According to authoritative information tjute's products exhibit, members of friend, Roiz had cut liis throat so
t at a" run and were equipped with all Carlstrom and Dorr fields are to the Florida Realtors' Association are deeply that his head dropped back. i|
ry. }' the modern devices now being used be completely dismantled, all equip- busy throughout this state collecting I The will power and nerve of Rois was j
by "shiners." ment and buildings removed and the and preparing for the big Florida exhibit said by physicians at the Marine hospital -
I, ,ground. they occupy sold at auction. which will be an important :feature to be marvelous. The stricken' J
'ct' The season's first carload of beans This, decision of the government putsan of the annual convention of the man when picked up by the deputy CIIASSIS
% was shipped from the south Okee- end to various rumors circulatedof National Association of Real Estate i asked that a towel be wrapped around'his '' CK i
Boards in Cleveland Ohio June I neck and that his hands be washed' 1 t l -v
d' j chotiee section Saturday. The 700 late that a balloon school would be 27-
I crates in the car are expected tenet located at Carlstrom; and also ends 30. More than eight thousand. dele-x j so that he could') write his family. His I
41, \ approximately $2,500. The growers !hope that the fields might be leased gates and representatives will attend j I hand was steady and while persona ,
f in that section arc bending their energies for private enterprise. coming from every part of this country /gathered\ in the room whimpered, Rolz
r t toward the cultivation of all the and' Canada, and, it is pointed out : wrote, asking to be forgiven for his 1 rP ,
1 land free from water, and! are planting Plans for a fishing and hunting reserVe the advertising value of the exhibitto act and that he be not mourned. A ':
every tract as soon asj available that will include fifteen miles of the state will be greyt. sheath knife used by Koiz was found
] ,with the blade broken in two, Whl'lll i
water front on three largo lakes one
Every day sees a great number of of them fourth or fifth largest in the Striking a snag in the Chuttuhoo- it is believed it struck his neck bone ?'
; i 4 hogs and cattle slaughtered at the state, have been made by a companynow chee 315 miles below Columbus, the I A
Southeastern Packing Company's newt being formed and will include the John W.'' Callahan Sunday afternoon LAWTEY
r plant at Fort La{idol-dale. To give an use of some 11,000 acres of land in sank in 45 feet of water, culminating It
idea of the rapid work at the plant, the eastern part of Polk county. The a "hard luck," which started Tuesday Lawtey, April 13.-J. II. Moore was. y 'I"
I t, ;; it is said that between 8 a. m. and 3 company expects to build its hunting when the steamer left Columbus for transacting business in Jacksonville\
p. m. on Monday 382 head. of hogs lodge during the coming summer and Apalachicola, with a cargo of fertiliz- )I'Saturday. I
were dressed. l Ir open for business next winter. er. The sinking of the steamer, attended Arthur Grillis, of Tampa, spent a -
by one fatality, that of a negro -
I day or two here last week with his _
o A. T. 'flllinho said his home was GeorgeIJ. Rhode, former postmaster stevedore, who dropped dead, I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Griffis.
i in Alabama, was lined $100V and all at Punta Gordu, was convicted in supposedly from shock entailed a loss I W. II. Griftls! and daughter, of
costs in the municipal court at I'en- federal court at Tampa Tuesday on of $25,000. ., At Greensboro, N. C., were guests Sun- I''
1{ :,l sacolu on Wednesday, after he was the seventh count in the indictment day of Mrs. M. E. Edwards. ;
found guilty of soliciting labor to brought against him, this count being One man was instantly killed, an- I Alex Howe and sister, Mrs. Agnes
a, ]leave the state. The line was paid by relative to falsifying pustoffice records I other miraculously escaped death anda I McCormick\ of Gainesville, motored j I ij:'
a friend, it is said, who wan deeply pertaining to an item of $1,750.00to third leaped to safety when an Atlantic here Sunday and spent the day with F.0.8.D8TROIT
I j-1 I interested in Tobin's work. deceive the government. Motion Coast Line freight train bound their sister, Mrs. A. A. Smith. i, i ,
WASI for a now trial was denied and a fine to Jacksonville from South I''lorida, Miss Mabel Edwards, who is at- ', ,
That Sheriff Ramsey is intent on of $:iOOO or a sentence of one year crashed into u Ford touring car early tending Wesleyan College, Macon, Still Lower Hauling Costsare
stumping out traffic in moonshine liquor and one day in the penitentiary Im- Friday near Camp Johnston. HenryA. I Ga., is spending a few days with her i'
f in Aluchua county is evidenced posed. Martin, for four years chief spe- mother, Mrs. M.\ E. Edwards. open to every line of business
d by the fact that deputies during the cial agent of the Jacksonville Terminal R. R. Thede spent Sunday in Jacksonville the
of price
fi past ;week arrested twelve persons' in Crazed with pain of a long. illness Company, was dead when remov- with relatives. | present 'I
l various sections of the county, securing which three operations had failed to ed from the wrecked automobile. His J. W. Powell, of Birmingham, Ala., the Ford One-ton Truck. This .
conviction in all but three instan- alleviate! Mrs. Helen Syms, of Miami head had been crushed almost into a i is spending a few days here with his dependable form of motor delivery
ces. Fine totalled $R50. drenched herself with kerosene, set a pulp. J. A. Fugua/ a former railroad| parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. I. Powell ; where-
r is in general
match to hi'r clothing, screamed once employe was driving the machine belonging j Mrs. Jesse Reddish was called to
"y Another half million dollar hotel and burned to death. Police at first to Martin, and the special 1IunninJrVednesduy on account of ever hauling at low cost and good
of for St. I'ctersburg, to be erected this worked on the theory that the woman agent was seated next to the driver. the sudden death of her sister, Mrs. j speed is essential.
F t ,slimmer was announced this morning, had been murdered and because of Fugua escaped with only a sprained) John McCormick.Mrs. I
r r contingent only upon material deliveries her small stature believed her to be' right wrist and a few bruises. | : A. Z. Adkins of Starke, and Original installation in your service -
'and a few minor details which but 18 years old. The woman's husband "' Mrs. J. C. Adkins of Gainesville were
have not been reduced to final con- was found later and he Identifiedher A body which has been identified by j visitors of their mother, Mrs. M. E. : costs so little and the sub

tract. Nevertheless tho hotel is considered an his wife. He said she had been army discharge papers found in pockets Edwards Sunday.Mrs. : sequent saving in delivery cost is

virtually! assured, I demented over her illness. of its clothing as that of Ralph I j, C. L. ]Hodges and daughters, so great that further delay in
-I.( ,u. ___ .*.*? Smookler, 22, was found in St. Johns of Starke, visited Mrs. R. M. Tracy
( Ford One-ton Truck to
Roland Barze, former cashier of The young son of W. C. Vaughn, river at Jacksonville. The papers Thursday. putting a
'the Winter l'lIrk'Hunk, who disappeared of 'Jacksonville, ignited a basketfulof state that he was released from service |i: George Roberts was a visitor to work is needless extravagance.List .
I .{' on March 3rd and was not feathers. on the- roof of his home.In June 3, 1919, at some field on Starke Sunday.
i ceived yesterday stating ho was inNew u minute smoke win curling! towards Long Island, N. Y., but the name of I Miss Mary Boyer spent the week I your order at once-a small ,
Orleans where he had been ill. the sky. pedestrian a block 1\(he station was so blnf1'edhlt\ it end with relatives in Jacksonville. i down payment-convenient easy
A blod clot on thu brain had made away thought the house was on fire. I could not be made out. The body was .:Mrs. John Howe left 'Sunday for ,I ,
the cashier irratiopyil. lie In now in lie turned in an alarm. Fire fighting dressed in good clothing with expensive Gainesville, where she will spend the I terms.
good, health apparatus from the two Riverside belt buckle and cuff links.! No week with relatives. I II Ford prices kttot never beer so lot*
stations and some from the Broad and money was found on the body and it I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode and : Ford quattty has natfr btn to lugA
ASPIRINSay Adams street station hurried to the is believed that the man had been children spent Sunday with relativesin M
: ; Vaughn home. A big crowd collected murdered and thrown Into the water. '' Starke. /

I n r mi l ml the home. Then the discovery The discharge papers showed that he .:Mrs. Fred Simmons, of Tampa, was J. W. ANDREWS; JI:., DEALER
was made. was a native of Russia. here first of the week. LINCOLN FORD TORDSOV I
"Bayer" and Insist!
J. C. Rowe and children, Ruth and STARKE. FLORIDA .
A head-on collision of two freight The geological survey has just com Clyde visited relatives in Jackson- -
wo trains of the Atlantic Coast Line near pleted a topographical investigation : ville Sunday.Mr. .
DeLeon Springs resulted in the deathof i showing that the peninsula state's and .:Mrs. J. W. Barber and MrsJ.
the negro: fireman the serious injury highest elevation located in Polk B. Rowe attended preaching services
of a white engineer, and the piling county and known as "Iron Mountain at the Starke Baptist church on -
up into % muss of wreckage of the ," is only 325 feet above.Rea lev- Friday evening.On --
two engines and at least eight freightcars. account of a heavy downpour of
: Colds Causo urip! turf 'nlj":; ; I GE'NERALINSURANCE
Both engine crews are believed rain no services were held here sun-
to have jumped before the trains LAXATIVE EROMO OLTO1NE! T. ltIt.J 'cnoveilnUUM. day evening. '
Them !I. only) cue '"*T met and it is reported that|; the fireman : W (\ OVJl'fIVe : \ .*>----Me John McCormick\ of Manning, wasa
o, e was killed when he struck. a cattle visitor here Saturday. FiRE. LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBILE. !
guard as he jumped. Henry Hudson, of Clay Hill, was
a business visitor here first of the Located in I uildi:It cf( F. t. Slicut Firm Agtrcy. Office! opea 11 :

!Municipal Court Judge Beckham! of week.Mrs.. H.iurj Every Da/: .
O lnl... you see tablet tho name "Buyer" on Jacksonville, fined J. W. Gayle, -t5, Annie Brown Barrett spent STARKE FLORIDA
package or on you are not getting ,
the gnniiine layer product pre- proprietor of a grocery store, $500:: Sunday here .with her mother! Mrs.
."ril>ed bv! phyairian over twenty-two when convicted of using profane Ian. .:M. E. Edwards.Mr. .-
yours anti proved safe by million for guage. This is the most severe fine ,-, : and Mrs. J. B. Dye and son, of Wm.
olds IWInch, ever imposed in the police court, at- Jacksonville, spent the week-end with Pmidwil VI.:>.hl."t S... & Tr....
Toothache Lumbago, tuchen stated. :Not.: because Gayle was Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.
EarnchtKtieiimatism: Best Fertilizers Insecticides
Neuralgia Pain, Pain just convicted but because of the disturbances .:Miss Doris Tracy spent Thursday Sprayers Poultry

Accept "Haver, Tablets of A plrl he has created in Ills neigh- and Friday with friends in"Starke. Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices
only. Each unbroken package* ront&innproper borhood during' the pant. few monthsIs II Frank Jill, of the firm of Jill Bros., Prompt Shipment
ilrrertion, Humltr," I boxes of the reason Judge Beckham assessed commission merchants of New York
'' ,twelve tablet. cwt few ci-nU. Dniffpi him the big; 'amount, he stated later. \ grind Our Own LensesNODELAY City, was a business visitor here the Ails your neighborH know
i.l.l also: fell bolt'.* of 24 find 100. .
Aspirin is the trails l murk of Buyer first of the week'11' "G.* 1 latest price Hit befor buying! "
Manufacture of MonoooeticucidtMter"of3ft .:\ and Mrs. Fortune Moulin, of
lit'J"1iuaold. The Avon Canning Company, with gaipesville. Florida. Jacksonville spent Sunday- with Mr.\ E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, ... Jacksonville! Fla.
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I I ilton county; in a !great lake, calledOctahatchev ;-;-national scholarship. |I 2, with all members present, vie: f,. f ,

I Letter From TallahasseeJ. and it has a queer way The prize offered to the Individual 14. Klckhter A. A. Haz"t and L..1.

ol.t acting. Once in about seven years student in the state contest will be Wnll.t

4. a,i water' sing into the earth through given entirely independent' of the out- Minutes of last! meeting read and

i giant sinks m the bottom of the lake, coml' of ihe national contest. appiovid.IVtition I.
( H. REESE) Tallahassee, to say nothing of campaign I,
April .1.-That which I leaving! thousand\ of tisli. Later It' Rules Governing; Good KcvauN Essay signed by J. I* Undi-ihill,
Tallahassee, expenses. With increases in'' i
of adequate !I will fill up again the water flowing!i' Context (.t al., asking for'an election to create Y a,
lack more increase has
< .1 tho a expenses no( been made
described as the charm of Talla-I I in the compensation of legislators. HP ,, I back to the surface through these Subject-"Tho Influence of High- n sub district from the territory drop.
great sink holes. Still another inys-1
pod. from Rising sub received. Sumo
Transport tho
the I way Upon Religious
manifested at made the
that unless
'lassce was openingIT point a change
banks I I I terious phIn this county is a place i( Lifo of My Community." was granted and ordered J published. 1
the legislature] in the and is made none but well-to-do( men can i:
called\ 8hak I'oml. It in the
acts : ]Pan Johnson and asked. "
r baskets of flowers that decorated and afford to seek such honors. I Length-Kssuy not to exceed 700 appeared
same manner as Lake Octahatchcc, words permission for the to
community ustiHoatdrain
stands of the
i adorned< the presiding j County commissioners In session at but it gets Its name from the fact '
for church
date Not later Same
Closing than
I"y'I purpose
tables and themembers'
officers/ the press Tallahassee I ,, '
appointed a legislative that on Its. shores one may stand and 1 2J.Khtfililo. I: wan granted.' i a'
desks. Quantities of ,
i roses committee composed of Commissioners shako the round for IS to 20 feet
ribbon ? : -Students of high school The following bills were audited; an"ol'd'I..1 ;,
pansies violets geraniums Bradford of Leon, Coachman of even shaking] the giant cypress trees
7ek. I'l.'lIdes.1'1"'IIIIrlltionIsslI'S! paid from general fund:
and other colorful and]
grass, gladioli Dade and Friend of Hillsboro. Amongthe 1 in this radius. A picture of these' ''M i I'luwinii lYflKhl .anil Any -.___. B.24M n i y
fragrant! blossoms gave a welcome measures tho commissioners desire sink holes resembles of the : must bo written S 1 II o\\Unit Umchliiii -______u___... 20000, 1 I t
pictures side of the InnVhiU> do ._______ ________. 88.fliHoivneo J<
and refinement to on one only. -u -
touch of freshness is one making the return of property great cavities made by tho Big Berthas 1 paper Miitthpww ili> _--n_____..... Hfl..00.
somewhat anachronistic furniture I Each manuscript must bear the name, 1 1. W Mckhti'i iMHtiti. lHvlc* ____.... 4 3'>
thr for taxation compulsory in tho World War A A Huron. do ____.___.__....___._.. 11.00I. < > t
which looks the more out of place in I Governor Hurdoe comes to the defense Florida" tilled with ,school and home address of till writerIn I..1 Wvnn Jo ________..__........... ft.41
finished chambers. Not AMERICAN TOMCCOCO IH many equally) the upper left hand; corner of the II \\iitiiliM nlHry' *iiit| ............ ISO III."
the newly of the state road departmentright queer things.. but in most instances It II Iv'lxxln\ lurid ... tO XilU '
with the effecta first! page. I II luKlnn Inhor ol'i; ; :::::._ 85.00: :
satisfied pleasing
quite gallantly in his message, which I such places are in isolated spots, seldom i 1 II O Join* Inrl.l. ..._____00._._..... 4.4'..
delegation of ladies appeared before was delivered by him in to ('uunties. if not more making it visibly visited and litr Award-The scholarship will be Urn.I fin.I llUnk Inlviwt .......... 2IID' .77 1 1From ,pl
person a are, therefore ._ ._.___
impossible for to awarded by Harvey S. Firestone This .1 P li.U.'V Inri.l ........ U.SD
before county
the presiding officers ten minutes every .
joint session of the house and senate tie known.Miami Herald. Hub "Fund
the hour of convening, their have even one representative unless scholarship provides tuition and ex- .1 l.1N Wiillomon MHt...r ...___.......... 8000I I
Wednesday saying that the depart- the constitution is amended.The I' penses for four -)'(.ars' attendance at I ,ll brio ".(;\II..r. arhlnff. .......... 70.00 $ '' '
announced the cleric
present being by ment has done its work well and deserves
FLORIDA IlKiH: SCHOOL S1U- llnrncy' MrK. ..i> ,ili> 6904 5,
who stated that a delegation of students the support of the legislature.This I work of the state plant board DENTS TO AGAIN:<<; COMPETE: any college or university chosen by M Cnxliy do 68.0 ,

from the Florida State College/ be taken as significant and the state marketing bureau is I the successful contestant.GradingEssays I llHllim ilo _. .. _____......... BB.OlI "'
Women desired to decorate the may commended for their good work and should bo graded I MumiHM di.. .__....._00.__...... 65.00 t't'r'
for that the administration assumes its $1,000 l'im TNity Scholarship! Ciivvn;\ on a basis of knowledge of the subject B rowan\ ilo _____._________..._. 611.011
members with boutonnieres. Clad in full share of responsibility for the the legislature is asked to support 4 to \\ Flier of Host Unsay i U Riw ill .. ..._-__________....._. 70.OH j
their best bib and tucker, glowing acts and doings of that department, them liberally. A strong recommendation ( competition appearance. Oily Llula riiint lluhu ...._......_. 8.NJ '
with the bloom of health and vivacitythe ( which Has\ been under fire for many for tick eradication, for con- Florida high-:1;;;;;: students will < Judging/ > and teachersof W 'II hit. & At m salt _________.._. 801 ;
..__...___.. .
the high schools in Florida are requested C llydmn Janitor ? .. 80 00 ltd
young women passed among months and will be the subject of servation measures and for the sup- compete again for the $1,000 Uni\'er-I to forward the best threw W M Ed...nrd* wund __..__________._. SHOD j ,
august solons and conferred the unexpected some very frank criticism during the port of the institutions of higher city scholarship which will be given] essays W M Edward wood _..__u___..____ 1.00
but pleasing honors. Where session.. learning is made. to the high school student of the only from each school to the Clly I.luht Plant wauir .__.______u__ SJ..MHamnlon

does this occur except in Tallahassee? The would have the department A return to the double primary system United best I general extension division, Universityof Hlnla' Hank loan ..________.. ID1.0' '
States who the
governor writes essay '
._________ _
of the Florida, not later than May 1, llniiiriinl o Bank do ____ 7181
Amos Lewis the stentorian voiced is recommended because
and he
remain just as it is, on "The Influence of Highway i ''
There further business
I 1023.! being n<> ,
statesman from Jackson, distinguish recommends that its revenues be de- failure of the second choice voting Transport Upon the Religious Life ,
board the first
ed himself and brought down upon rived from the automobile license tax, feature of the Bryan law. of My Community." The general extension division Is adjourned to meet !

his glossy forehead the plaudits of a largely increased tax on the sale of: Governor Hardee favors the abolition The contest for the scholarship giv- I co-operating with the. national Highway Monday in !May.KEEPS Ir

the tried and true Democrats of the gasoline and federal aid funds. of the convict lease system and en by Harvey S. Firestone through Education Hoard and is conduct- --

house caucus when he replied Instantly : The ultra-conservatism of the governor shows that the state prison farm is the highway educational board will be ing a state contest and; offering state CHILDREN

and eloquently to the sarcastically is illustrated throughout his becoming more and more able to sustain conducted in Florida by the general prizes for' the best essays. Medals
intended question of a member who itself as* the farm at Ha i ford is the will be awarded to the Florida high
extension division of
message. He first takes up the matter Universityof WELL/ AND STRONG !
wanted to know what war was it referred of retiring the state's bonded indebtedness I developed.The Florida which will offer, a number school students winning the first
to by the gentleman from creation of commissions. out. I three places in the state contest. The
amounting to $601,560,1 of state prizes for the best essays. I pale impoverished blno.1
Jackson when in nominating a candidate which with good management will be side of the official family at the state Principals of high schools will be best essay! in the state contest will be ThIN children frail, backward
for chaplain'he had stated that : house is frowned upon and finally the school I I forwarded to the national committeefor .
retiree I'epto-Miinuan creates
this man was a hero of the war of governor requests the legislature to competition in the national con- a
proposed two years ago by State' students as possible to write essay bountiful supply of pure, red blood,
"Is it that the give more serious and careful consideration test for the $1,000& university scholar
1870. possible gentleman .
total restore
Treasurer Luning and recommended on this subject. From the number bodily strength brings! hick t
being a Democrat and living to the legislature by the governor. In to measures that may be pre each local principal will aelect ship.The color to the cheeks and bUilds linn ,",
\ within the great state of Florida does sented. his best from each state and well-rounded limit. I
two years time the sinking fund com : the three best essays written by essay For over 30 years Glide's PcptoMmgnn -
not know of the war of 1876" thundered territory will be judged by national
mission which was created two years students. These essays will be for ( has! been recommended by
Lewis. Then followed a floodof ago, composed of the governor, sec DISAPPEARING RIVERS IN warded to tho general extension division committee to be appointed by the U. leading )physicians alia tonic and blood

forensic phosphorescence, an avalanche retary of state attorney general the' MANY SECTIONS OF STATE: and entered in the state con S. commissioner of education. The enni'her.our druggist has it-
of animated vocalization a national committee will read the best liquid or tablets, as you prefer.
, state treasurer and state superintendent test. In the state contest the essays
: stream of unstemmed tumult. Words of public instruction, has saved Found in Those Isolated Places Seldom 1- will be considered individually in competition essay from each state. The decision Gude9spepto"Mangan

tumbled and Iripped over each otheras $140,359.16, derived from he interest Visited with every other essay entered I of these judges will be final.

they fell from the fast moving lips paid by banks on the deposit of state I for first second and third place. Correspondence correspondence
of the unterrified champion of Jeffersonian Several of Florida have should be addressed the General
funds which will be applied to wipingout papers recently Students winning these places in the to

principle and Jacksonian cour the state debt. The governor I made mention of the mysterious state contest will be awarded medals ]Extension Division, Universityof Tonic and Blood Enrickerenttl

age. Lewis told them. It was the takes occasion to say in this connection -I Alapaha river lovated in north given by the !general extension, divis Florida, Gainesville, Fla.

time that the vote of Florida changed that the time has come to adopt Florida in Hamilton county This ion. The essay winning first place in '

a presidential contest, when Florida measures and policies to discouragethe river is, indeed one of the wondersof the state contest will be entered i in" SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES: tL+we'a U5Ie."" TJMUrmtores ;aj

elected a Democratic governor and issuance of I long time securities the world. Rising in south Georgia the national contest in competitionwith rk'Idegthebluol.vitality.site You.suawefspffirvneaeotea jcmriiy. by. inirlfrtaf and
smote the Republicans hip and thigh, it flows through Hamilton county and Board) met session
rather than their encouragement. He essays from other states for he in-regular April I3vlii|| tln4 Crtii'l. Pries "
re-enthroning liberty and casting into plainly "views with alarm" the ten empties into the Suwannce river.
utter oblivion the cohorts of evil government and : .Alout fifteen miles above '*:hera it W
dency of counties municipalities 1 1t
and rule. A mighty in the, liver
corrupt other political units tot issue large empties is a great cavity

cheer rent the air, and the member sums of bonds for public improve bed Into which the water normu'ly
who had put the question sank into si- ;.Iowa. Below this sink hole or cavity
lence.The. the river bed is dry except calm precision and dignified Pride in the manner in which the r.eiifdi' and this river but in Itself is COMMERCIAL JOB t
institutions have been managedis
ability of Eugene Matthews, the able state a FIght worth seeing. The (IOU of the I

speaker of 1907 house, came to the i| written into the message. Two river below the sinkhole is c i.npusodof .
the state hospital for tho
rescue of the caucus when proceed years ago what is called "sand glass"' and 's
without thought. insane showed a deficit of $177,623.20 The wutewit.. PRINTING
ings were launched I as aNte as snow.
state industrial school for
and the
of a secretary. "Is it not usual, Mr. resicd this dry bed being ft'ie' 1 with
Chairman" quietly inquired the gen boys exhibited a deficit of, $11,78 &J.52. water once when the sink hole's capacity
of satisfaction and I
tleman from Bradford, "for the caucus "It is a source was not great enough to takein 1

to have a secretary." There was I] am sure you are pleased in knowing the waters during a rainy season.
' I that there are no deficits whatever
no argument. \ Standing on the river bridge several '
Merchant of Madison is the first ,tat these or any other institutions sup miles below the sink hole, R great I

apostle of economy to make himself ported by the stae," says he gover wave of white sand about three feet

heard. He Introduced a resolution in I nor.The high was rolling toward the bridge
shows also .bat there
the caucus to hack down the pay of I message like a breaker of the surf. You could .
attaches. Again Matthews saved the was a reduction of the millage for sec no water. The rising Water had \ -

day by*making a point of order that state purposes but the governor re- gathered the sand in front of it as it CARDS

the resolution belonged properly in minds the legislature that fourfifthsof rushed down the dry bed and it had 4
the house after organization and not the amount of taxes paid by the the appearance of the river bed rolling ]- I

in the caucus. The point was sustained people remain in the counties where up and flowing like water. ENVELOPES
the taxes are paid, and if taxes are .
but not before Merchant has relieved The George Jennings mentioned In .

his feelings. There is a likelihood high the people themselves are to apply the state press who once came near BILL HEADS v

that a measure will"be introduced the remedy. !going down in this sink hole in a canoe '

to increase the pay of I There can be no just reapportionment was an'Englishman, and the largest NOTE HEADS 'I'
in the legislature
of the representation
tlves to ten dollars a day. representa.j I slave owner in Hamilton county
constitutional amendment
per man who is a a before the civil war. iTo WINDOW CARDS
house remarked to a reporter that is adopted, the governor pointsout. I' the east of the Alapaha riveris

when he left home he had to employa I The present constitution provides ( another stream called the little SHIPPING TAGS

printer in his place, and he paid the I only 68 members in the house Allapaha. It flows eastward, as if it

printer exactly the amount that a i, and at present there are 81. The were a tributary stream of the larger LETTER HEADS
draws ; number of counties is 61; the last miles of the t
member of the legislature inj river but within two \
his six dollars per diem, leaving nothing I legislature] created seven new counties main stream it also flows into a great

for his own expenses while in and soon there will be fully 68 sink hole. On the west side of the i I

Allapaha is a great cave called the ,

"Devil's Den," which ranks almost

with the Mammoth cave of Kentucky.Few ,

IF SICK TODAY! people have ever attempted to

explore this cave but it was) said to

be a rendezvous of bushwhackers during
Our Work is the Best"t
the civil war. .
To the east of the Allapaha river "

TAKE NO CALOMEL about five miles, is- 'another small J

stream called "dry branch." This

stream also sinks into the ground .

north of a public road running east

and west rises again and flows on its
"Dodson's Liver Tone" Straightens You Up Better Than way. Still another good-sized creek

"Tiger creek" sinks into the earth
Calomel and Doesn't Upset
Salivating, Dangerous near the Allapaha river These sinkholes

You-Dpn't Lose a Day's Work-Read GuaranteeI In] the are northwestern weird sights. part of Hemp -


dincovere.1. a vegetable! compoundthat tongue, ague, malaria distress, sour caused stomachor by a TONIC
dews the work of dangerous, any a dose of Grove' Tasteless chill Toalc res' eaEne.y
liver a. quickly a*
sickening calomel and r want bottle vivryrp torpid vile, nauseating calomel besides it will and Vitality by Purifying and COUNTY
Jer of this to buy 11
for a few cent paper and if it doe n't not make you sick or carp you froma Enriching the Blood. When you feel iu ,

straighten you up better and quicker day's work.Calomel mercuryitattacks trenjlihenlng..Invigorating effect see how

than salivating calomel just go back the bones la pol"-it's often causing rheumatiitm. /- it brings color to the cheeks and how

ti> the store and get ;your money back.of Calomel Is dajigvrouti.! It it Improves the appetite, you vUl! then TELEGRAPH

I 'guarantee that ono spoonful icken -while my l)odson'l Liver Tone appreciate Its true tonic value.
Da.laon Liver Tone put your Eat .
sluggish liver to work and l clean your U safe, pli>axant and harmlemi. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonlo te simply
thirty feet of bowels of the sour bile anything sfUrwardu, because childrenbecause it cannot Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So
Give it to STARKE
which is children like It. The blood
and constipation! poison doMii't upset the stomach pleasant even
clogging your system; and making ;you or shock it the lir r. Take a spoonful' needs QUININE to Purify U and IRON to

feel miserable. this tonight and wake "l.fliag flue and Enrich IL. Destroy Malarial germs and r
1 guarantee that one spoonful medicine of will ready for a full day; a work. Grip germs by Its Strengthening. Invlgor
harmless liquid liver 4
Effect. Me.
'relieve the headache bilioiuaeM. coated sung


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cj Jr. containing 140 ........ mere or Icn '
J. W. Andrews; Jn
: Choir practice. Thursday at 8 p. m. I M.: Mitchell, Mrs. I Ionia are also described aa Lota Or< "'.:'b

I" Bradford County Telegraph Letter From TallahasseeJ. W. E. DAUGHERTY, :Mrs. F. L. Turner, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Three nova', subdivision Four. "and in Five the of North Fluruucu Half. nt.. a&.

__ __u ._ Minister Mrs. George A. Collins, Mrs. F. F. ton; 1?. Township. 6 South: Rann 2: rand
H. Mrs.A. oontalninK' 141 acres, mom or its.
Mrs. H. Young and
Stump, "'
", "alCe in each. of said Iou babe as' ;
Published weekly and entered as Iowa Lot One oontainintr II & 1.'
_ __ IIAI'TIST CHURCH BULLETIN W. Anderson. : 65.100W*.:
Lot Two contains 3U and
40-100 scr-l.
I'' second class matter, at the post ( II. REESE) abolished :for a number of years, and Thee: contains .27 and 25-100 Bern.' y. .
contain 22 ....... Lot Five
that the contain
now only phase of the leasing ;j
Tallahassee April 10.-It is just a
office at Starke, Florida.! The revival meetings have continued 71-100 urea.Witness .
: -._- ---- ---- week since the legislature was organized system which needs to be abolished with splendid interest. The ( i>td :n Hlttory. tnv band and soul orthis .*
-- -- -- -- the 7th day of April. A.D. 102: .
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Editor and Owner and so far us actual work is concerned is that pertaining to counties. Incidentally preaching Evangelist White has been Gold was known) fiom the earltetttfatorlc Q. W. ALDIiKM
: E. S. this nieutloued la the Clerk of Circuit Court for liradfurilt !
little has been question has developedthe times. and la
accomplish of '
very without sensation, the great truths )lorlda.D. .
( ago simple
t the Gospel being presented in a
_ : ... SPIJBLISIIEJ) EVERY FRIDAY and senate were organized withoutany attention of legislators for the session and appealing manner. There 1 !If Genesis. At first It was chiefly nsert E.Solicitor KNIGHT.for ComplaInant I"'pot I
for ornament The trade of the gold
of 1923.! It involves the fee
: -__________________________ opposition candidates, Mr. Turn- system have been several who have taken a smith Is mentioned In the fourth versivi .
elected of the as well os the convict leasing system. BANK STATEMENT
bull being president
'definite stand for Christ, while the the wventfeutli clmpter, of Judge
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Report of the condition of the,
\ .. If the investigation reveals pSiorku.
senate and Mr. Edge speaker of the any church has been enriched in its life In connection ,,'lili ,li,e overlayluK o* at Starke. In the state of I'!

__ \ I Per Year _________-'-__________$2.00 i house. The presiding;; officers announced thing at all worth while it will show through the messages. The meetings/ W.ul"'I'.b gold i ICIH the clime. of businiim. April 8, IV23Kesourcea .

_ _ _ _ _ _ their committees promptly and ina" I that sheriffs and county judges receive will close on Sunday night, the pastor All loans und_ discounts_ _---------i.__ i
"constructive costs" and this is -?
.\ST(1)1'IJ1Im'ELATI01IiS: I sense "the horses were off. preaching both morning! and evening.The Sugar From Wood. United States bonds, ..-....__ j t' ..
abuse of the
plainly an fee It
: system. St.ate. county and municipal bond ''
L I But really nothing has happened is in the morning topic will be "Thinking Now they're milking ugnr( out o> Ilunklnir house furniture fixture* OA
openly memorial
charged of
I since except the appointment of a Confusion in our thinking 1mvc found that Putt from Incorimrated banks i M
; ;1\ I AnTonfj the state news items of a the North Dakota legislature that theherlff Clearly. | wood. Chemists thai Claims and other resources -- J ,
Florida paper we find the following: joint committee: to investigate the I I bears fruit in disastrous living. To t can take a ton of snwduwt and get ai Cash lt.ms .--- W !-.
4 k of Leon received fee ... .
county a Cash hand
,1 "With a bountiful crop of strawberries I death of Martin Tabert, which occurred I live rightly, we must think straight- i quarter of a ton of sugar out of It on -

,_ L farmers of Starke and Bradford I at a convict camp in Dixie coun- from the Putnam Lumber Companyfor ly. The topic is vitaf to Christian '! The process'''''' coiiMlHts!' of putting the I' Total ._. i iLlsbllltlfS '
prisoner delivered to thatClompany'
county are badly handicapped in ty February! 1, 1022.! ,This committee every people, and the members are \urged sawdust Into a cloned retort anti sub Capital. stock paid in -_
This of Is ......__._
I I camp. course, jecting It to dIgestion with u weak so Surplus fund
y having no one in their midst to purchase is composed of John P. Stokes, W. A. tao be present at the service. Undivided proflta' (less expenses and
a serious charge; without any evidenceso tutlon of sulphurous arid under a pre : ..._ ._.__
.1 the berries." McWilliams, on the part of the senate The evening service at 8:00: will be taxes paid) l,
: I far in substantiation. But this sure of from ninety to one hundred Individual deposit. subject to check IKKnvinvs
editorial end John Clay Smith, Frederick Van evangelistic and Dr. Bullen will speakon di-positM' .
items not fp*
i news are ----
phase of the question also "will haveto pound! to the square Inch. Eighty: pei Time certificates; of deposit; t-____ i
YI utterances, but are clipped in more Roy and Clarence H. Kcnnerly of the be investigated. "The Dogmatism of a Spiritually cent of Uio !augur! thus! obtained Is fermentable. Ciuthler'tt chccka outstanding _u. _

l or lens good faith from other papers, house. It may occur to some that Unborn Man." There laa good deal The product In called "sac I Total .
,, this committee appointment was not Another question of absorbing in-. of interest in this subject in the Unit- -,
: so that wo cannot take the journal in ehulouu. of Florida: County of Bradford, ji
terest'Is that involving the exclusionof __ I i I. <1<,. C. White cashier of Iho iilmed ,
absolutely in line with the procedure ed States at this time the public -
; which the above item appeared to ..even I bank do solemnly swear that thi ..
ri t' task.. But it would be interesting to which was started in the house lead- Representative Nolte of Glades press entering!! the discussion, and Invisible Asset. I statement bell..,.is true to the beet of my km >duanil '

-. know how it originated. ing up to this investigation. Mr. Davis I county from the democratic caucus.; we feel that it will prove profitablefor I She-"So you\ are engaged: to MlsfBaggs. I GEO. C. Wlim
of Leon offered the original motion When this action was taken by the consideration to I'mlure I ain't see anything CorrectAttoet. i p r
As to the whole of "Bradford coun- us to ftive; some E. S. VAT-THEWS.
ty" is held to suffer under the disa- in the house and he is recognized caucus it didn't seem to be so Import. I it. This is a family church, so bring attractive about that woman." He- I J. W. ANDKKWS:
rc ant but that action aroused the Democratic Neither' I gee It but It's In the A. M. DARBY Director. ,
of the ablest and most CUll ; .
being the little
bility of the total absence of strawberry us one ones. Subscribed nnd sworn to before me tr10th
ire of Glades county to such tank. .nil HZ-' "-I\>'Rtoo Transcript. day of April. 1023.
; :I buyers in her "midst," we level headed members. His resolution The Bible school was never so flour- ... A. S. CREWS

t i' might remark that we never heard of was not to investigate but to report an extent that a caucus of Democratswas ishing. J. T. Quigley, the superintendent NOTICEIn N"IHr

; it- #. such a complaint from Lnwtey or a method of procedure to the house held in that county in protest is proud of the records that are the Circuit nurt for Bradford County,
/ against the of Democrats held Florida. In chancery. i/ NOTICE TO CInDERS
I caucus
: 4 Hampton. As for Starke, we have in regard to the memorial which had being broken in the way of attendance J.llMTty Invcwtment Company, a I Sealed) bids will be received by thi.
s buyers in plenty, and always had. We been presented to both houses from at Tallahassee on Monday night, a ; and if a stranger, or if attached I Corporation. I| of bond trustees of Bradford county. Vat
the office of the of theM.optSUirke. .
).\ ;": have J. M. Truby,' E. M. Thomas, F. the North Dukojta, legislature./ Decisive I week ago. It is a matter of fact that to no school in town, he will gladly Complainant Florida until secretary 2 ::110> o'clock p ': '\
Nolte was elected by Democrats over I I I vn May loth. 1HJ.1.>> and .at that time ]>," h
L. Turner, L. A. Davis, T. S. Williams j action was imperative in spite of I greet you on Sunday morning at 9:13.The : Tho Florida Land and Immigration opened. for constructing. a fill approxin I,

_ 1. : and J. H. Bryan, of Starke, andk' the fact that legislative action was I the regular\ nominee of the Democratic I senior and junior D. Y. P. U. et at.Company a corporation Situ feet lonu at the north approach h''
Santa Fe river bridge at Lfrooker. copOpilt.p.rnximateiy '
in his lIe In lifelong [
W. O. Hodges and Mr. Daniels, of opposed by Lewis of Jackson, Willard party county. a will meet at 7 p. m. Dutentnyta.mliii to. Quirt' Title 8000 cu yd. of matcrinrmay !
I / Democrat, he is editor of a pa- be seen ut the office' of {he count
all law.
Plant City. of Dade, Tervin of Manatee, To the Florida Land It Immigration Company run r.

These men buy all the berried offered yers. The fact that the resolution per known as the Glades County Democrat PRESBYTERIANVocation a Jrpnrfttlon. Frank Walla, Oncar E. 'I.liu; right .la reserved to reject any
I and in his own county there is v Shay. Jam T Router and John Mcftap. aatrUHtre I bids.
: for sale at the platform. The was opposed by lawyers illustratesthe of the lorliln Hnilrnad Company a W. K. TORQDE
age-old idiom that frequently leI.a1 not the stightest question concerninghis corporation." II }H\\H\ and hl> wire, tftir- C A". IUTCH. Chairman 1'rc
? best berries are most in demand and I' party standing. The Democratsof pay; Facts, by Edgar P. riot E. Davui John I.fllom and hi. wife. Secretary. 4-18-"
i bring good prices, but even poor berries procedure as conceived by the dU-1 Loutaa, L.eioua.? ilufcndiinta. whose rt-nldoncu:
Hill Shall I
Glades county sent a committee to D. D., F. F. D. What are each unknown. I I II
carelessly packed, are bought, ciples of Blackstone steps in to defVat Do, Lord? I GREETINGSyou NOTICE OF LEASE OF COUNTY COVVIC f>
human justice.Veeks of Holmes Tallahassee seek official recognitionof I and! each or you are her*'by required. Notice Is hereby given that at 12 m M
... though ,,\ low prices. their representative's char- Acts 22:10.: Life has four major to be and to appear before the Judvo of tho' !May 7. 11121. the lease of all county cor -
'. Strawberry hero should county, sounded the clarion call of party. Circuit Court fur the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Bradford count will be sold In fron
'" growers acter. questions, viz.: of Florida. In and! for Bradford county the south door of the courthouse In Spit
I \ take a lesson from Plant City. There honesty and justice in demanding an I WJiom shall I serve ? I'ID the 2nd day of July. 102.1: at the court- f'lorldto the highest and bet blddri :-
investigation! because the state of Friday was the first day for the I homo, In nld county in Stark Florida to said county convIcts, subject. to the laws jcernlnir
________ : the growers are organized for mutual How shall I serve? annwer a bill of comiijitlnt! exhibited aitainiit same. Period of said lease will n'i"
benefit and protection, and they North Dakota had called on the state introduction of bills and an avalancheof I you in antI) court by Lilierty Investment Co. through the year 11)23. The board ret
With whom shall I
'I' his I bills was introduced in both houses serve? a corporation organized nnd exUtinK under the rlRht to reject any and all bid.
and at. -
stuff to'market. If of Florida to investigate
i bring no sorry Where shall I serve? the lawn of the ntnte of Florida. J. M. BROWNLEE.
the titude was that if, no other cause or the number running more than a t Tlw Bradford County Telcvraph. a wecklvnewspaper Chairman Board of County CommiasloAttest ,
: insects or fungus are on plants, j Saul here asks life's second great publlBhort In !Starke. Hrudford :
are not picked, and l the berries are occasion were offered that the state |1 hundred in. the house and more than county I.lorlda. i in hertby diwixnaled an theneuipnper .0. W. ALDERMAN.Clerk. .
of Florida would be obliged to inves-I fifty in the senate. Naturally there question. In which Ihui notice Hhall be pub- 4-8-51 .
: packed in a way to stand shipment. j After conversion-i-service. I liRrmd for eight cnimeeutive week
because of that comity which I were many important bills in this The land dwcribed the hill of complaint ,
Tho buyers know that no deceit and tigate NOTICE TO RuDDERS
lie made the Life Work question a in thla cntue. the title to which In ought to
carelessness are practiced, and that exists between sister states. After | first day's introduction, there being b.. ,\quieted aunlnnt the above defendant, arepartlrulH.ly Tho Town ouncll of the 'rown of Stat*" .
I prayer. > I tip.eeribpd an fnllo.... to-wltl I I Florida will receive sealed blda up to
tM ; they are certain the berries reach the \Veeks' address there was no question j five measures for .apportionment Sunday school 10 a. m. East Half of NortriWttit Quarter anil North p. m. on tho 8th day of May. A. D. 1923.? .
_ y, .. In one's mind concerning the alone, and several others of much im treat MarU-r of Northeast Quarter and North at thnt: time the bids will b. opened for nFnrdion
.. destination! in good shape. Therefore any I Preaching service, 11 a. m. and 8 Half of Southwmt 0 Quarter of Northeast I Tractor.
they pay good prices.IN of the legislative/ procedure portance. However, a number of the Quarter and all of the Southwest Quarter, of :The all'Council reserves' the right. to reject I'

k 4 L I proposed in the Davis) motion. Hal bills were duplicates, and it does not p. m.We are always glad welcome road Noithvnnt; known Quarter as the lying Slnrke wmt anil of the Sundrmon publlo I bids. T. J. r.RIFFIN.

MEMORIAM: when it came to the appointment ofn seem at his time that there is any] road all of. the aid Iambi Wing In Section C. A. FUTCH Chairman' Town Count'I
Clerk. 4-6-51-
strangers. Township 6 South Range 111 East and
joint committee to investigate, MrPnvls disposition to reapportion the representution ->
Was ignored. Albeit he is o.it In the legislature this ---- ----- -- -
Oliver Whitney Malncs", born In Minister.DEATH .
i ''I of the ablest though one of the session. It is ,true that he resolution
Graham N. C. July 27 1850
county, When in Doubt SHIP to One of These
.. died in Lake Butler, Florida, March members. John Clay Smith of proposing- constitutional amend- OF ms.1IiOIU'O'tJ:' ,I ,
Pensacolu, is a lawyer. He also writes mont may possibly be adopted, but II I .

'I 1 23,Mr.1023.MaIne was the oldest of sii poetry and uses Hoyt's perfume... I even this is remote. Mrs. Eula Opal Norton, wife of Three Houses
M who is his The governor sent in a special message
Frederick Van Roy, by own |
children; his parents, Andrew and Mr. J. II. Norton, died at her home in '
r account the "tall pine" of Citrus, hat transmitting the budget on Fri.
Leasy Johnson Maines, moved with I Stuart February 18th. Th interment
address of real day, reaching the legislature after Its
the :i ;,
him when yet a boy to Elberton county presence took place the following day.
ntnteamun. lie command* attention I adjournment until 4 p. m. Monday. H. G. Miles & Co., New York
Ga., where he grew to The deceased was the youngest
$ the House. lie The budget cuts down the estimatesof
he addresses
On Feb. 19, 1871, he married Fannie whenever daughter of the late Rev. and :Mrs. Berry & Brandt Philadelphia
.f p and practically every department and I ,
from Grand Michigan,
is Rapids,
Garrison youngest diughter of i J. Clark of Starke. She joined the
1J. ,
i !
Florida tho inevitably there will be a big fight W. H.
is seeking to introduce to Harrison & Co. Washington D. C.
David and l Nancy Meadows Garrison, Missionary Baptist church at an ear & ,
.% its recommendations. The total
idea /
Michigan reappor.
c of Banks county, Georgia. To' this ( age, was a consistent member and
tlonment. Clarence II. Kennerly of I amount of reduction in estimatesfor They all handle Fruits and Vegetables
union seven children were born, four [ lived a life that made herbeloved by
!Is member : the next two years beginning / ,
of whom survive him, Dr. John K. Putnam county, a young: ull.I' .
Mr. Kelln i jJuly 1, 1923, amounts to $860,000 in
He smokes a ob pipe. ) 'Iy
Names, of Lake Butler, O. W. Maines She leaves to ,nourn her departure
S of Louise! Judge Schellie Maines and IK a man of 'resouiceful: ideas. He has I round l figures. This is a considerable I' her! husband, four children, three See
4; of R. B. ALVAREZ for }MarketMan's \
Mrs. Tom Moore, of Sanford. Mr. several bills of constructive importance [saving, course, and represents acomun'onduble brothers, E. Clark, Worthington,
i Ih'm' to "r! I spirit of on the
c'' Maines is further survived by his among being one .1 economy j I O. B. Clark, of Ft. White, and Lewis

widow, Mrs.' Fannie Maines, two sisters nate the graft of} the commission I part of the governor, the comptrol- I Clark, of Plant City, and five sisters, ---- .
Florida I ler and the treasurer, who compose I __ _- --
and one brother. merchant in selling produce. Mrs. B. II. Damon, Mrs. Lottie Black p Or n .___
first session the budget, commission, but the recommendation '
This Is Mr. Kennerly's
When young man he moved with and Miss Dora Clark, of Starke, Mrs. '
; his family to Lake Butler where he but he is experienced in the sense of receiveJ'with* of the commission are Sallie Reddish, of Lawtey, and Mrs.!

Jived for years. Here he hud many being a lawyer and having been a municipal I being hostility, because J. D. McCormick, of Manning. The A Prayer
of | it is argued that budget commissiondoesn't
judge for a number
< years.
friends who honor and respect his i many friends of the family sympa-
) memory. In 181)0)( he moved to Moun- Mr. Stokos of the senate committee I know, and is in no position to i thue heartily with them in their be.I .
Is experienced legislator. He has know any better than the heads of .
teocha, Alachua county, becoming a I I| reavement. I
I I the various departments the amount
served several terms In the house and
leading factor in that community,
lie is ',i of money it is going to take to run I 1I
also in the senate. recognized '
one who was held in the highest esE LUCKY; 13 CAUU CLUB
life : not only in the legislature but nil over those respective departments. I
E teem. Mr. Maines early in professed -
&t faith in personal Saviour, the state 03 one of the state's leading I. The Lucky 13 were entertained last "Teach me that 60 minutes make an hour, 16 ounces .one

_ later joining the Mounteocha Baptist I lawyers. lie has established him- CHRISTIAN CHURCH :NOTESThe week by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns, I pound. anti 100, cents on* dollar. Help! m_ to live tl1'li.1! can lie

i: church, making a consistent and : self as a statesman of unusual abil attendance was rne at Hampton I at their home on West Madison street down at night with n clear consci", >rc*. without a gun i'tr my

conscientious member. ity. W. A. McWilliams, the other i i at both the;; morning and evening I Dainty sweet peas were used for decorations pillow and undaunted by theme to which I may have ;Brought

i The life of Mr. Maines was exemplary -: senator member is also an experienced I I worship. Let us all work for an increased in the reception room, where pain. Grant that I may earn my meal ticket on the square, and

; I consistent throughout and law maker; lie is older than I I attendance at both services I three tables were arranged for bridge in earning it I may do unto others at I woul'l, ) have them to do

largely a sacrifice for relatives; andI Stokes and has been presiding officer ,, here next Sunday. Let every member J. L. Peek won the first prize, a unto me. Deafen me to the jingle!:! of tainted money and to the

I frtvmls. He was a sufferer for years, of the senate, yet, he and Stokes do''I; make a business of inviting people deck of cards, and :Mrs. J. M. Mitchell rustle of unholy skirts. Blind me to the faults of the other fellow -

yet very submissive... To know him not..agree on any essential mutter. i I to come and hear the gospel the ladles' first prize, a box of but reveal to me my own. Guide me so that each night

I Was to love and honor him. I This probably will not interfere with preached. I stationery. J. M. Mitchell made low l when I look across the table at my wife, who has been a blessing i

; _ The funeral was held at the home' the work of the Martin Tabert investigating I Remember, that you are_ a partnerin score. The hostess served-fruit salad : to me, I will have nothing to conceal. Keep me young enough/

of his son, Dr. Names, Luke Butler, committee. On Sunday, a a great spiritual corporation, as it gelatine\ chicken salad sandwichesand t.) laugh with little children and sympathetic enough to be considerate

Friday afternoon, March 23. Inter. pamphlet sent out by the Langdon, I! were, and therefore you should measure iced tea. of old age. And when comes the day of darkened shades

; n1'nt"as at Luke Butler cemetery, "North Dakota, Commercial Club, wui :, up to your obligations, opportunist I The guests included Mr. and Mrs. and the smell of flower*, the tread of soft footstep and. the

I where a concourse of loved ones and circulated among the members of the tics ami responsibilities. 'The churchesis i I J. _C. Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. II. H., crunching of wheels) In the yard make the ceremony: Sort! and

friends gathered tt\ pay their last re legislature, its contents relating to the body of Christ, and every I,I Young, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek, Mr. the epitaph simple-Here lies a man"

r spects. The floral offerings were the Martin Tnbert case. There was 1 I (Cntistian a member of that body. and! :Mrs. J. M.\ Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs.. -

\ beautiful.The nothing else in the pamphlet and the Tn fact, every Christian is a memberof I I J. C. Robinson, Mrs.\ F. L. Turner. .

1 funeral was conducted by Rev. fact that it related entirely to the 1' tho. church which we read about in I I If"our sentiments coincide with the above lines

\ W. G. Doyle, pastor of Lake Butler Marin Taber case and included letters the New Testament. For the churchof .MISS \\ELLEK: ENTERTAINED:: K.
.1 them have to fear In this,
\ and live to we nothing : I
Baptist church, and Rev. S. S. Proctor from inmates of the convict camp at Christ embraces and comprehendsthe K. KLUB up

)I who for some 30 years was a which Martin Tabert had died, bring- !! sum total of the saved, therefore, world. and little in the next.

-:' warm personal' friend of tho deceased. ing to the attpntion of the members a is not a denomination. Miss Mabel Weller entertained the We are trying to practice the golden rule in this I

most revolting condition of affairs, Every: Christian therefore, should K. K. Klub Friday afternoon at her

Mr.v and Mrs. II. I.. Brownlee and there can be no question that decisive Sl) live, love and labour, as'to make charming home on Cherry street. bink and in doing so are giving our customers and pub-

.: 7/' children: Hugh, Jr., and Mary, und l I action will be taken at this session of the body (church) strong. And) in or. !I The. card game _resulted in Mrs. I lic the Aery best service possible. Let us serve you in

I- : Miss Iris Epperson motored yesterday ,I the legislature! to abolish! the convict der to tlo this every member shouldbe Edward Burns winning first prize, a any way we can.BRADFORD. *

: to [Je La nil and were guests of Col. lease system. In this connection i it: in his place for Bible school at 10a. hand embroidered towel; and to Mrs.

., and Mrs. J. E. Futch. While in De,,: may be surprising to note that the m., and! for the commanded worship I I Steinberg was handed the booby, a ,

Land they attended an entertainment leasing of state convicts which generally at 11 a. m. fancy powder puff. For refreshments S

given by the high school glee club, of is supposed to have been made "Zeal," will be the subject of the. the hostess served delicious fruit sal

which Miss Elizabeth Brownies is a I impossible ty the enactment of 1919 sermon at 11 a.* m. Every member is ad, olives, saltines, .nut bread and Icef f

member was not effective according to a citation urged to be present. tea. Bowls of scarlet verbena ,added COUNTY BANKN.

_ I made by Representative Davisof "Your Own Salvation," at 7:45: p. a touch of color in the reception ,:

Mr, and Mrs. Paul E. Canova went I Leon while the investigating resolution m. Text Phil. 21213.: Every member room. |

to Jacksonville Monday to visit rel. :: was being discussed. Davis should .hear these sermons. Miss Welter's guests were: Mrs. T. 1UTCH, W. T. WEEKS, J.. H. PITCH.

f4 atives. pointed ,,out that the state still had Edward Burns, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, President. Vlc, President. Cashier.
,I I lbs Quinine T.&.t Dot* 1\01/.IIO |I'fBecmwe > fIoI&J: I
authority to lease its convicts altho Misses Florence Matthews and Hilda
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tna[< tod< lax've enWf 1
I .. Mrs. Doc Harvev left Monday for I: it has been accepted as a fact that IIVF.! BROMO, QtiSWE .llanos) caoW i.Oti' Struth, Mrs. E. L. Biggs(! Mrs. N. !

St. Louis, to visit her sister. I I the state leasing. of convict has been U1 ty ttt E.W.CHOVta.luamluri'baU Vail caiuinil ,r!ns, ,..." Sternberg, Mrs. E.1.: Johns, :Mrs. J. ''I-::!: _- ---__ _t'

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Brownlee and Mrs. T. C. Morris, will I or""" on v ..

I' give a food sale Saturday, the 21st. -

@ Bits of LocalInformation +(Q) the This C.committee of C. will be assisted by i DON'T BE SORRY ,i

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Mrs. J. L. Peek entertained the
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Merry Workers Monday evening at Insure with reliable and
her home on W. Madison street. For. companies ,

f } Concerning Cur People Business and refreshments the hostess served I -

Progress in the County and Town. I peach salad capped with gelatine,(' dependable firms p

olives, pimento cheese sandwiches, ,
hot chocolate and whipped cream. :I' Not too big for small bui"ess-.Nor too small for big business _

Or. W. E. Middleton spent Tuesday I ed last week to her home in Fernan- W. B. Haynes, of Vidalia, r"latiVes''

,in Jacksonville. dina. I in Starko Monday, visiting PEEK & BURNS i

--.- and renewing acquaintances. From'
Mrs. Sarah L. Hanulck spent Fri-. Mr. and Mrs.V. Baisden, Mr. here he went to Hampton to visit his !'
day in Jacksonville.Rawson and Mrs. W. S. Blakely and Miss Inez brother, O. Haynes, nand 1 other rela- |

Moitt friends here I ... ....... _
motored to Gainesville Sunday tives. Mr. Hu'nea'many ..IfJ." -- -r: J... ---. _mil I'
J. Davis spent the week- nfternoori. were glad to see him.
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end in Jacksonville.C. 1 -- --- ---
Mrs. Cora just before the entrance of the wedding '' .Arcadia who were married last week ---- --"
Mrs. A.
T. Lea, The following motored to I IJr.
L. Hodges motored to Macclen- Misses Elaine and Betty Glover I persona / party. The church wits artistically -:\ JJuvis acting. as best man fur To Remove the Mot
were Gainesville Sunday afternoon: Carl
nv Monday.Mrs. week-end visitors decorated with quantities of i| Mr. Stonebreukt'r, Mr. and Mrs. Davit I When Unveiling! one should alway '
at the home of Mrs. Knight Herbert Ritch D. P. Carpenter -
beer In mind that cinders lire apt to
bamboo and effectively will
ferns white \
ta rcl.ilwhere
M. A. Baisden. roses, j RO they will
Jim Klckliter Misses Madge And their Into the An eye
war: G. M. Inman spent ThursdayIn carrying out the color motif off,Igl''l.n make their! home.Imuic'iliiitijly I
Middleton, Audrey' Johns, Margaret cup, a lotion for bathing and n few
St. Augustine. I Dr. J. J. Bullen will preach the bac- Long! Miriam Ortagus, Mr\ and Mrs.A. and white, while white candles j niter the ceremony nn OaXHoml should tat Included In YOUIplIl'lnl t,

calaureate sermon for the graduatingclass Jloffman/ Mr. and Mrs: J. W. shed I their soft radiance over the beWitching informal reception was held at the \'>. A bnrnclo m-lj solution will rtd J(
scene. Messrs. Sam Fleming home of the bridu'a. parents, during be found soothing tor that arc In t
of Melrose eye
high school
O. J. Griffin returned Sunday from Sunday Morgan, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez and II
evening and Tom Jacobi served as ushers. I IAs which tho young couple were showered /flamed from Oust, wind or foreignNOTICE. matt t;
visit Jacksonville{ with relatives., April 22nd. daughters, Isabel and Alice, Evelyn
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the strains of Lohengrin's Wed with congratulations and good \\III. to
Mr. and Mrs. Will Baisden,
Stump, !
ding March pealed forth, the bridesmaids wishes.
Charlie I
Mrs. H. W. Johnson, of Lockhart, Beasley, who has been in Mr. and Mrs. J: J. Rigdon and chil-
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. bus- Miss Lillian Powell, sister of | Among' lh., out of town guests were
Ala., is the guest of Mrs. J. R. Davis. attending,: dren.
iness college, is visiting his father,] .-. the bride l and Miss Bessie McCormick ,, the following front Starke, Mr. and
O. L. MW"C. of Gainesville, advanced from opposite Mrs. :Ellery' M. Davis, W. E. David
Miss Hazel Brown, of Plant Qty, Beasley. It. Sapp, of Jacksonville: spent I .r
aisles, and were followed by the Mr. and Mrs S. A. Bryan. From "
was a guest last week of Mrs. A. Sunday here with his family. I The ItiminrHM of
Mr. George Stonebreakcr (Jainouvilltf Mra. M.\ II. DePuag Mr.
Price. Judge A. V. Long, of Palatkn, stop- groomsmen, ,
ped here Sunday enroute to Macclen- of Arcadia, and !Mr. William Powell, ; and! lire. 1 E!:. Finley" Cannon, .Mrs. !'. Co.
Dr. W. B. Parks will leave Fridayfor J. R. Davis &
where Jr., of Archer. | Spain, Jr., Miss Nell Trezevnnt, Mrs. .
ny, court hns been in session
Paul E. Canova, Sr., spent Wednesday Atlanta on business and will return -
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this week. will be The maid of honor, Miss Aileen'Powell I| W. J. McCiirmlck end two daughters, STAIiKK.
looking after business in Monday. His practice
sister of the bride. came next '; Missed\ Bennie and Agnes.\ Mrs. S. I). caslm.\I. Film INSURANCE i :' '
Jacksonville.Miss left in charge of Dr. E. L. Biggs.
Dr. And Mrs. O. L. Haynes and I in the bridal procession, and was fol- ( Rice, Mrs. F.; T. McCormick, Mosby ACCIDENT: AND\ IJONI AGENTS ,
lowed little Rolland McCormick) Mrs. C. D.Vood anti t.
children by Marjorit
Mabel Weller spent Thursdayin spent Thursday in St. Augus- From PeLand comes the news that j
wearing dainty frock of white daughter, Miss Lucy. Will he continued at the name place ,
tine a organdie -
enjoying the Ponce de Leon cele- |
St. Augustine at the Ponce de Leon Geo. W. Marks has been appointed to I II ii
bration. and carrying basket of ex-I I and in the same firm name as hereto
celebration. the of school -
responsible position superintendent
I of Volusin county. Mr. I cjuisite pink roses, which she scattered I fore. ,
Mr. and Mrs W. J. Griffin, of Jack I in the pathway of tho bride!, while' Tt.I IAg"t.,
Eugene Matthews spent the weekend Marks, a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs.A. : All business intrusted. to us will ho
: from the aisle advanced tho net the ttu'iri .ii. -i ho hroml thrift
sonville opposite |
in Jacksonville with his aunt, motored here last Thursday M. Darby, has many friends here, cart-fully looked lifter in the future, P
'Icarryillol' habit, ifiieiiriIt \
iimv; | thoughtfully;
bearer littlo
and Eugene. Cummings,
were guests at the home of Mr.
who him.NOTICE. und
Mrs. Annie Richard. congratulate "'II"tC'IIC'ttlJl'lItth' thlnlfln.l; flit Joy an in the past, jour pntronnve
and the ring in heart of a'white :
Mrs. O. J. Griffin. / trhe i
"" rose. ,I that Ik KriAtlni\ lif.DU nrciiunt. bring; i will be greatly m>|II recluted.!
N D. Wainwright spent Sunday in Invest your NiivliiKX Miifcly mid. prollt-I
A daughter born to Rev. and The bride entered on the arm off i iI I' e
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Jacksonville at the home of his daughter I I I ably ; 1'1'1111'1\11"1' tomorrow but forget
Mrs. D. T. Clark. Mrs M. L. Smith, of Aucilla, March We have $3500 and the quarter is her father, Mr. William Harmon Powell not loiliij1{ ; fficixl'. Cur I Iho. Ililnut, that

18th. The young lady has been nam- up April 20( 1023. All desiring a I: while the groom und best man, his last mill" Had I Inxnret, of the lirnndor J. R Davis & Co. '

'Orville Griffis, Kirk: Lewis and Mor- ed Alice Kay. loan can see me anytime. Will be in brother, Mr. Ellery; M. Davis, ofStarke thrift tint ninlK'H fur' hotter! IMntf. It Iy! MliS.: : J. It. i IIAV1S tr
I: ::;- advanced from the vestry and ta the, only ttirltt uoittihllu, .
ris Edwards spent Saturday In .Jack- Starke Saturday afternoon.Jeff __
:Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Heusley!' returned met the bride on the dais, whoru the ; nuunn
sonville. Dowling, Secretary, Law-I I ( ....
home Monday from Tampa, where Fla. It impressive ceremony was performed. !i I

Mr. and :Mrs N. Sternberg and chil- they were guests of her parents, !Mr. ley I Tho bride was never more lovely I II
and Mrs. A. C. Durden. VERDICTAt than on her wedding day, attired! in 11
dren spent Sunday in Gainesville with Aention
I robe of white crepe satin, elaborately
Mr. and Mrs. B. Feinberg.Mrs. I
Miss Josie Hoffman, who spent the the inquest hold over the body of i embroidered in pearls. Her veil was

T. J. Griffin- spent Monday in past ten days with her aunt, !Mrs. J. J. R. Davis, who died in Starke April caught with a wreath of orange blossoms ;

Jacksonville with her brother, James H. Davis, returned Wednesday to her 1st, the coroner's jury rendered the and her flowers were an arm p .

Darby. I home in Jacksonville. verdict of accidental death, caused by bouquet of brides roses and'valley lit

the discharge of a .25 automatic pistol ies. Bond Holders f'i
Senator D. E. Knight and :Maj.: E.S. while cleaning same. The costumes of the attendants Victory '
:Miss Madge Middleton spent the 4
week-end in Hampton with- Mrs. C. E. Matthews returned home from Tallahassee ________ charmingly carried out the wedding
at the end of the week to JURY DISAGREES: UNDERUILL colors of white und green. The maid

Harper.L. look after business interests. LIQUOR* CASE of honor, Alias Aileen I'owell, wore r

Wyman has as his guest, Ward j white! flat crepe, trimmed in Irish The balance. of the VHTOKY( bonds will he clue
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Saturday Claude Underhill was before ln.ce, ami a large white picture hat.

ington Sbepard, D., forest C. examiner of Wash- Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Florence Andrews County Judge R. A. Green, :' The maids Minxes Lillian Powell and( und! payable on :May 20, 1 !)JZ3. Those bond- whose num-

motored to Jacksonville Monday charged with selling booze. He plead Bessie McCormick, were attired in' l hers! lire prefixed with the letter .\. If. C, I U. K, and F,

L. L. King is at Crystal River as- not guilty and the following jurymen Nile green georgette frocks, made
sisting in services at the Baptist were sworn in to deliberate upon'the with silver lace berthAs, bound in were called) for payment on December 15:;, tJ22.!) The i

church. Mrs. A. H. Green, Nelson! Green and case: H. A. Bishop, J. T. Quigley, E. green, and wore becoming hats of
interest ceased them at that time. i
:Miss Katiq Belle Green left Mondayfor L. Wilson, W. A. Dubose, J. G. Crews, green trimmed with silver I.. ce. They iI I

a motor trip tovDaytona to visit 1) W. Moore. \ curried' arm bouquets of pink carna- .
:Miss Nellie -Stearns spent the weekend I D. Ritch Green. tions. It iol f! important that you have your matured Victory -
returned without 4
Twice the jury
in Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs.

Harry Miner. I Mrs. L. G. Powell left Monday for coming to an agreement. The judge/ The bride Is the second daughter of bonds, : presented: at once, thus: t Having yourself a
pitilessly dent them back again, but Mr. and !Mrs. Wm. II. Powell, of Archer ,
Savannah, where she will visit Mrs. and announced further loss of interest.' "'e are prepared to handle the
Mrs. E. E. Canova spent several they soon and Is an attractive and accomplished !
I{. E. Gahagan, and will also go to
'o days last week in Jacksonville with Tillman, S. C., to visit relatives. that agreement was impossible, and young! woman. She attended collection of jour bonds without cost, to ourself. ,
Mrs. D. T. Clark. that the jury was hopelessly divided.They the Florida State College for Womenut t
I M were discharged and a second Tallahassee, and has many friends

Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of Gainesville, Baldwin Mrs. Robert, who have Tanner been and visiting baby, of at trial will take place at a later date. over the state and elsewhere. The. I

was a week-end guest of Mrs. W. L. family has resided at Archer for
the home of her Mr. and
Wall.. Mrs. R. S. Powell, parents returned, home on DAVIS-POWELL j many years und during her residence, 1
Bank of StarkeAnnouncing
there endeared herself to nil the residents -
Friday. Davis and It It1
W. M. Wainwright spent Saturdayat Mr. Bruce Livingston of that commun>ty.

the home of his parents, Mr. rfnd Mrs. J. M! Mitchell, Mrs.\ T. J. Miss Sara Louise Powell were united Mr. Davis is the son of W. E. Duvli [ _
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright.Joe in marriage Saturday afternoon at 4 of Starke, and is a young man of .
and Eleanor
Hedges daughter, Miss ,
o'clock at the First Presbyterian
sterling character, fine business ability
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and D. P. Carpenter
Wainwright, of Tampa, spent motored to Jacksonville Wed-- chirch in Archer, in the presence of a and genial disposition lIe is. --1 -- __ -
first of the week in Starke visiting large number of relatives and friends. prominently connected with the Charlotte It

friends and relatives. nesday.Mr. This. beautiful event was of particular Ha.rbor and Northern Railroad 4i

t interest to the people of Starke, as and l is highly esteemed among the officials .
and Mrs. W. K. Wilder, of Or-
Mrs. F. A. Scott was in Hampton the bridegroom was born and raised of the company and respectedby i
lando, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. King and
Sunday visiting at the home of her here and numbers his friends by his the citizens of the community,
children, of Vienna, Ga., were guestsof
brother, L. J. Wynn. acquaintances.The where a warm welcome awaits his
Mr.\ and Mrs. J. W. Edwards Sun-
impressive ring ceremony was bride.

:Miss Sara Sweat, who has been visiting day. performed by Rev. M. M. Reynolds. After un extended wedding trip |I Our Co-Operation" ;

her sister, Miss Loca Sweat, Mrs. Harvey Ray and little daughter pastor of the First Pre. byte1'ian through Georgia, North Carolina anI''

went to Tampa last Friday. church. A program of wedding music South Carolina! accompanied by Mr. .
of the
Elizabeth City,
are in the New.
Miss Annie McClain, of
was given by and Mrs. George Stonebreaker, of
of her Mr. and Mrs.
guests parents,
Gus of the Archer, and Mrs. E. Flnley Cannon,
Carl Johns and Beasley, v
L. H. Partridge, at heir home on East '
University of Florida, spent the week of Gainesville, gang "At Dawning"1JC1IAI"'UVIMI'Ir1frll
end here with'relatives.Mr. Madison street. FLORIDA FARM : Ford Weekly/ Purchase Plant

.. : : ,1pl 9i acres, 5.V: 'ln cultivation, S\6Ii.Jo.1\
Mrs. J. M. Clemons, of Birmingham
and Mrs E. :M. Davis and lit Ala., who has been visiting her sis 7 i '1 I'EEK & YAlHMlltOUCII: I

tle daughter returned Sunday after- ter, Mrs. Anna G. Murrhee, and her General b : KTAICKE. KLA. It Following. out cur olic nf extending the facilities of thin. bunk '''8M

noon from Archer and Gainesville.Mrs. : mother, !Mrs. Wiley Kelly, returned I' In whatever way we run *' > nerve the public, we have arranged

home. !Monday.Mrs. ''ENTAWORI"'COLUMN \It K'I our fit-operation to the new Ford Weekly Purchase I'lan. ,,

G. C. Sweat spent Saturday .. Insurance 111 \V* rtnli/ what the automohile mean to I the average family in

and .Sunday in Lake Butler with her Otis Barge, of Jacksonville, '' bringing/ them<< greater enjoyment of life, and believe our actionIn .

sister, Mra. J. C. Rollison. ca'me' Wednesday to visit her mother, t AND helping these who desire to become Ford owner will be appreciated

1Irst.\ L. Johns, and when she returned by many families whit, can now reuli/e that ambition

Mrs. Taylor returned Jast week was accompanied home by her I I tlirouuh the new Ford Weekly I'lin-hane Plan.

from Campbellton, where she spent mother and brother, Emmett Kelly. Real Estate I Under thin plan you can begin with an Initial deposit a.* low nx

several months with her son, Lee Tay II FOR SALE One Jersey heifer, with I 1.1.00, Then Nvlpct the type of Ford Car you wont-Touring

lor. Rev. ",V. E. Daugherty has latelyset I first calf. Price for quick tale $30. Car, Kunnhout Coupe: Heilan, etc.-and arrange to make weekly

out on his place on Cherry streeta I D. W. Manning, Sta'rke.'Fla. It* deposits on which Interest will be computed at our regular

Mayor and :Mra. John Martin, of number of satsuma orange and oth- PEEK & BURNS"Not about I' savings rate. .
Jacksonville, were dinner gus\:te on er fruit trees, which are doing well. i LOST-One white pointer dog Com In and l let UII explain' the Ford Weekly' I'urchaie Plan to

Wednesday ofIr.. and Mrs. C. F. Mr. Daugherty has aluo a fine vegetable one year old. Anyone knowing of j yen or, If you wish, go to the nearest Ford Dealer fur further
his. whereabouts will please notify '
Hoover. garden. too big for small business I I detail. p
nor too small for biff b illln..",," X. D. Wainwright, Starke. 113tfFOR I Start today. \ and before you realize It ynu will he driving. jourown

Mrs. L. A. Davis, Sr., who has been The finance committee of the ,y. D. .., SALE-Pure grade Jersey cow, c/: :, '

visiting! her son, L. A. Davis, return- C., which is composed of Mrs. O. L. Your Business in Cordially So- giving two gallons< per day. Would[' ,

Beasley, Mrs. W. E. Davis, Mrs J. M: lirited. take wagon or truck. H. B. V'lg- I

IF YOU HAVE gins Starke. 402tFOR

/ Malorto.PllM.Slek Hwuhcl>.. -hr,.' J. L. SIMMONS
BeI., Du... A._. Sir Stomach.u4 Office with C. L. Peek Son
SALE-House! and two lot in OF STARKESTARKE
... .II.e.. rat ...... .......... Starke witb chicken yard and many

ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN Telephone 83 kind of beautiful flowers and y

Tutt's:' PjllSJ Telephone 133-J shrub Apply to R. R. Prevatt
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u I Marion-Farmers are spraying and LEASED CONVICT IS HUMAN of Jacksonville, general manager of lished charges( that he and his deputies

I i dusting to prevent disease and insect PROPERTY OF PRIVATE FIRM: the lumber company, signed for the I were not content to arrest ITU-
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a .--..-.- '" damage ton tomato and cucumber company. The required bonds of $1- I for stealing rides on railroad tram-

] crops. Until Prisoner Falls Dead State Hat 000 were supplied for the companyby I but took into custody, on that charts

With The Bradford Wiped Hands of Affair the Aetna Casualty and Surety i men who were merely walking th

Walton-We have 30,000 orange Company, R. F. Bradford, its residentvice I highroads. lIe said: \

trees pledged for planting next sea (McCoy in the New York World) president, signing for it. I "Every man arrested was) arrest.,

*' Partners sap Company Owned in Wisconsin I on a legal charge. If a man was t-.
read how
County Those who have young
__ Thu Putnam Lumber Company! was ken up for stealing: a ride, he w",
Martin Tabert died alone and neglected -
-I Taylor-Of all farmers )planting incorporated. in Wisconsin. Its capi- booked on that charge. We arrest.
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tA* i -..................u_-_-_... - cotton 75 per cent will apply the may> have'wondered how the circumstances tal stock is $800,000, most of which, some men on the roads for vagran

I l_ Florida method for weevil control. of his death could have gone it is said here, is owned by Wisconsinmen -begging their way, with no mout

of They were booked .
4-VV.: RURAL COMMON: SENSE transmitted In seed stock and carried Lake-Citrus club of 21 members unrecorded for month, after month.convict The general Impression Is that only vagrants. Every one of them viu.,
Those who know
I' from year to year in the soil. Tubers organized this week. Much: sprayingof I two concerns have been leasing given a fair trial and when convict''.,
leasing system as it really i is., are
Prohibit Loafing Lund; Don't BurnT grown on infected plants become infected cucumbers for runt. Melon crop circumstancesever prisoners within the last three years it was my lawful duty as sheriff t
that those
TheooJt. and soon begin to rot. In fact looking fine. surprised -the Putnam corporation and the T. turn them over to the lessee Col'-
I become known at all.
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new half grown tubers, almost com- "
J. Knabb operated by State
company, puny.
The brutal facts are that when a
a f liy Spuds Johnson pletely rotted, have been found in LATE BLIGHT OF HUSH POTATOES Senator Thomas J. Knabb. Third of Victims White
prisoner is leased to a private cor-
certain fields. On the market such IS SPREADING RAPIDLY Both are leaders in the- lumber and Perhaps a third of them were whiii,
You know folks, we got to begin tubers will bring low poration in this state the law no lon '
an exceedingly business in Florida. Each ,
turpentine The commitments and
i taking care of our forests. We got ger knows that he exists. The county men. receipt
price since the rot is detected '
(i by the (Growers Are Warned _to Use Bordeaux employs many hundreds of laborersin for their delivery do not show.
j r to make provisions for future genera- leak from the barrels. authorities who leased him have set
or Copper Lime DuHt the camps. The Putnam Lumber All of these men were in the cu-
lions to have wood to make houses |I "Before the their hands to a document in which
t furniture Fact potatoes are dug the Company operated as many as a half tody of the sheriff of Leon county, .l i j
and. crates and etc. infected they pledge themselves not to inter
I plants be completely Irish fields have been endangered dozen simultaneously. In known "Jim
potato camps one R. Jones, locally as Bob
of the matter, some of us may lives fere with the company's human prop-
? I removed from the field
vt feel the of the before digging ; during the last week or two of these alone, the one in which young "Jim Bob" is a tall, lean-jawed indixIdual -
to pinch in
long enough erty any way. e
; timber shortage. We got to take better begin. (The diseased plants can be through the spread of late blightone The state authorities ask to know I Tubert died, nearly 100 county con- who was elected to the offi. '
readily detected in the field.) But do of the most serious diseases of victs leased from back'In
r four or more counties two Tilted In
years ago. "
of what we already have nothing about him long he can
: ; cure not leave Infected so as I
j t "y 'I 4 and then help Nature provide more. should be burned plants undestroyedThey this crop. G. F. Weber, a plant disease be driven to work. Until he falls by were employed. There were in chair, taciturn and moody, a big: blat'>.
or they may specialist of the Florida Experi- I addition, at that one camp, some' 300 slouch hat pulled over his hawk flue,'
't $$1 r I read a story in the Saturday Evening the further the road, sick, fevered or covered with
" Post the other day. It was writ- cause. spread of the diseases ment Station, has recently spent several sores, or until he dies, they are not "free" employes. It is said that only and the stub of a cigar in the cornet,

days in the Irish potato fields of 10 per cent of the Putnam employeswere ] of his mouth, he was not communica,
ten by that man Grveloy, the chief of "It Is that he required to take any cognizance of t
necessary growers the state and he that (
our national forest service. One of take such 'Yarns growers him. Nor have they bothered them convicts. live.Ever
i precautions in order thatthey precautions should be taken against The World correspondent has visited since it was publicly charger
the things he said was, "If the idle selves to take any notice of him not :
I land! of the United States that will may protect their industry and this disease immediately.In required by law. the territory into which the Ta that Sheriff Jones was guilty of neJe-
insure the best
grow trees and is not fit or not want possible price for their speaking of this disease and its The World correspondent asked bert boy was sent to work! for the licence in sending the money which

( ed for tillage is kept steadily at work potatoes. control, recently, Dr. Weber said: State Commissioner of Agriculture Putnam concern. It is a desolate would have rescued young Tabert

"Late blight is a common and often a country. For mile after mile one from the and death th
e' producing wood, all the needs of the McRae, under whose charge are all prison camp ,
ALMOST AX EGG A DAY very serious disease of the Irish po sees nothing but the wilderness of containing the being
; country for forest products can be the prisoners of the state, for the exact envelope money :
supplied. Mother Earth will solve the tato. And the weather, during the number of counties which lease pine and cypress, with the .carrion returned to the boy's parents, marked

problem for us." Eleven R. I. R. Pullets Lay Average' last ten days, has been almost ideal out their prisoners and the exact turkey buzzards circling watchfully "whereabout unknown," he has refused ,

{ I agree with\. Mr. Greeley.( Right of 25 Eggs in March i for its development and spread. number of prisoners so leased. above the tree tops. A single track to make any statement in his own

"The disease, which la caused by a "1 railroad cuts through it running from behalf. He refused to make for- {'
here in Florida we have thousands of i can't tell you, he replied. "The any l
t. acres of land loafing. We ought to An average of 25 eggs from 11 fungous organism, may be easily detected counties are not required to report Perry, the county seat of Taylor mal statement now, though he con- t

.,, have a law making loading of land young hens in a month of 31 days Is i in the field by the occurrenceof that information to the state." county, southward for GO miles to sented to think it over, but talked

; a penitentiary offense. Any man who the record of a flock of Rhode Is'..nd I, circular or oval shaped spots, grayto The only link between the state and Cross City, a settlement of 50 families with title reserve.

cuts the timber off a tract of land Red pullets owned by the Florida I black in color, found on the leaves. the convicts leased out by the counties designated as the seat of the "I didn't have anything to dd< with

and leaves it with nothing but stumps College of Agriculture. I The stems turn brown or black when is the state supervisor of prisons new county of Dixie created two that boy's death," he said bitterly. "A

and dead limbs and so on and does This poultry plant at the University attacked. A single spot is usually of whom there are four, who are years ago.There lot of newspapers have been namingme

"' + not make an effort to start something of Florida was rot establisheduntil found on a leaf, and often the larger required to visit the camps once a are only 600 families in the and I'm going to have the government -

t worth while growing there, that man 1922 and even now is //on a'very part of the leaf is affected. Frequently month and report on the health of the whole of Dixie county, a territory of investigate some of them If

+F r ought to be handled by the courts small scale. In speaking of the results a downy or hairy growth is foundon prisoners. If a prisoner has died, his perhaps 600 square miles. The deep- they don't let up.

1 P N,;. But Mr. Greeley didn't mention one of the work done in March, C>r. the under side of the of leaves.the diasewhich This death Is reported to the commissioner rutted road of gray sand pierces the I "The regular fee to the sheriff is

f ( ?; t' of our main forest troubles. lie said N. W.: Sanborn, specialist in charge, growth is the spores of agriculture. If a prisoner is sick timber country for ten miles at a $2 for each arrest and it adds up to a
J t y1; Nature would solve 'the problem for said: when scattered, cause or has been mistreated, it is the su- stretch in which no sign of human life I few dollars more, depending on what

r i us, but we got to help. Mr. neigh "We' are beginning to get results. spread of the disease. controlled pervisor's duty to report this. If a is seen. else is done. The sheriff gets 12 Ya
Is to be ,
the disease
s i bor, whose name is Smith, has his A .few of the egg records of March "If man Is still able to stagger to work, Only One Train a Day cents a mile for delivering a prisoner
b must be killed. For this
: land turpentined and logged off. And should be interesting to many Florida these spores his name never enters the state rec Men from cities seldom go there. to any other point, the same amount

r '+ he has a bunch of old cows. Every ipoultrymen., Take Pen No. 1 in par purpose apply 5-5-50 bordeaux mix- There is %>nly one passenger train a for bringing him back, and the same
dust with copper-lime dust, ords.Nobody
If spring he thinks he got to stick fife ticular; it is composed of 11 Rhode ture, or the even today, except the tur- day to the south and only one return amount per mile for conveying him."
from 10 to 15 pounds
A to those woods In order that his cows Island Reds; all young birds only a using pentine or lumber companies who are ing. When a prisoner is taken into
will have new grass and will stay at year old, and are profitable egg pro- acre. leasing men could give information. the depths of the woods he sees no the power vested In them by the laws of

I(' home. And he just as soon burn anybody I ducers. All were hatch?! about a "On large my number trip I of found potato late fields blight vis in Needless to say, they have never volunteered one but his captors.It the State of of Bradford Florida the county board, Florida of. publio, hereby Instruction

: 1' f elite's land as his own. lie can't year ago. Of they original 1 19, two a to supply such information.No was into this desolate and lone orders an election to be held In the Kelleyschnolhoujte
ited. With a couple of weeks of favorable on Saturriny. May 6, 1923. to dvtermine -
a f get it into his head that'if he would died and six of the best ones'weore one in authority has ever taken ly wilderness that the prisoners from whether or nut SeAiun. 21. 22. Z3, 2-1.
keep fire out of the woods, the cows transferred to other pens. weather control it will cause much taken at the trouble to demand it of them, even Leon county were sent. 28.Twp.26.6 27 S.,, 28 R. and 21 E.the shall went bo Half created of See.Into 19.a
unless measures
S would do better in the long run and "Two euch> of these pullets laid 28 though the horrifying charges as Several days ago one of the leading 'special tax school diHtrlit, and to elect threetruntrea .
Every farmer should get and designate the inillaae to be as.seared.
I i '. ',a Nature would be able to do its work eggs in March; .three laid\. 20 eggs; once. to the manner in which Martin Ta citizens of Jacksonville, the largest .
i in the of of two laid 25 laid 24 laid 23 duster or sprayer in operation at once bert died have been in the state asked For the purpose of holding said electionthe
p' way growing a new crop ; one ; one ; this will be in order to public property city about the con following managers are appointed! J. L,
timber I tell him this but he won't 'one laid 22; and the last and laid 21. as necessary" for months. vict leasing system, dismissed it air. Underhill. C, C. Crosby and W. E. Edmond.eon. .
7y insure the best yield.
pay any attention to it. I guess his This Is approximately an average of Consider the history of convict ily, "As a matter of fact," he said, L. W. KICKL1TER.If. a

ignorance and stubbornness will haveto 25 for the flock for the mont.i: whichis CALCIUM ARSENATE; PRICES leasing in Leon county. Its county "there Is very little of it in recent H Secretary. WIGGINS. Chairman.4-13-U-6-

live and die with him. indeed, a record well worth con sunt is Tallahassee, also the state years. They have found that the _

t .- sidering. It la particularly interesting capitol. It is the county by which grade of labor they get. in that way N
Interesting. Information by (,aines- I IlmunuunommOl SEPARATE DISEASED: FROM since what were supposed to be Station ; Young Tabert was leased. Was !Martin doesn't pay."
ville Experiment
(? TilE HEALTHY .POTATOES the best birds had been picked out and : the county's only prisoner? When the World correspondent repeated ,

4; removed. sent Scarcely.The his statement to a member of a---
t Telegrams by this office to various
Two diseases said to be carried over "The eggs from this flock are be- manufacturers and dealers leasing of county prisoners to the Florida legislature, he laughed,

in the ..fields from year to year are iruf! Incubated. The young chicks will brought the following informationand private contractors for labor is in the "Maybe so," he commented, "but the

right now threatening serious losses be marked and used In butler-breed control of the board of county com lumber companies are still anxious to
r quotations on calcium arsenate:
to the Irish potato crops soon to be ing work in future years." missioners. In each of the state's 61 get convict labor, and for a very good
A. J. Strickland Valdosta, Ga., 17% 25
i harvested in this state. counties the board may exercise this reason-the fact that 'free' labor cannot cent
cents f. b. Valdosta. We are not
G. F. Weber, a plant disease specialist EXTRACTS FROM. 1 REPORTS OF right, at its discretion, holding themin be hired for love or money to do
informed as to what make of arsenateMr.
1 of the Florida Experiment COUNTY AGENTS: jail or putting them to work on the the work the convicts are forced to
Strickland Is handling.
Station, who has kept in close touch Bowker Insecticide Co., 49 Chambers county roads, or leasing them to pri- do. The Putnam Lumber company

I with the situations In the potato Semlnole-Some peltry: here is sufifering St., New York, 17 V4 cents f. o. vate concerns in the same county or had advertised for men in vain. They Want Ad
abundance from attacks of "web-worm." in other counties. needed for
(growing, counting, reports anrf 'I b. factory at Boston, Mass. men badly that work. And

+ of "black-leg" and "bacterial Many farmers are fighting this pest Southern Cotton Oil Co., Savannah, Mystery in Prisoner's Death the only way they could get them was

i wilt. Discussing the diseases, Dr. 1' by burning lights in the field at night, Ga., 19 1-8 cents f. o. b. Hillside, N. Some fifteen years ago the commissioners by leasing the county prisoners."

1, Weber says: placing beneath them pans of kero J. of Leon county leased out the The lease with Leon county was will sell

,. "Our survey show an abundance of sene. The moths are attracted by the Culver & Kldd. Milledgeville, Ga., prisoners, I am told, to the Dowling. signed on Aug. 15 and the delivery of a

both black-leg and bacterial wilt. light, fall into the kerosene and thus agents for John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia port Naval Stores company, which the human commodities began without

Both are caused by distinct bacterial die. Pa., 19 cents f. o. b. Milledge was operating turpentine camps in delay. Among the first to go wasa

organisms, which are without doubt Taylor county. Some ten or eleven negro, William Wiggins, shippedoff

Jefferson-Assisted in the cooperative ville.Florida Agricultural Supply Co., years ago a youthful prisoner, under on Aug. 16. From that day on $$200 Horseor

purchase of several thousand day lease to this died they were carted off from Leon
eG...... Jacksonville, Fla., 20<& cents, prepaid company, in one of county
old chicks. Farmers are much interested to Gainesville. these camps under circumstanceswhich to the company steadily.

in caponizing; gave, demonstration Neal & Neal, Jacksonville, Fla., never was cleared up to the The receipts for them on file at the

"Feeling in this operation at Drifton. agents for Dosch Chemical Co., Louisville state prison inspector of that day. office of the county clerk, show a total a

i+; t Ky., 26 cents. More recently Leon county leased of 105 prisoners leased out by the

I Putnam-A few planters are digging Chemical Co. Godchaux its prisoners to a lumber company'' county, during these 13 months. Coun
Grasselli ,
Finer! Irish potatoes anti shipping, $10 Chemical Co., New Orleans, La., 21 operating within Leon county For ty Cleric Paul Lang tells me that the
and $12 a barrel being received. several no outside obtained entry number was 126. C Cor
K:' cents for lots of 5,000 Ibs. or over, f, years concern $$1000 Car
a..contract for their services. :Money Goes to Sheriff
i "I 1 wu pale and thin, hardly o. b. East Chicago. .
Osceolu-Beans selling for from $3 Two Out of these fees Sheriff
the five commissioners Jones had
4 bit to ," wys Mrs. BcMleBearden" Dow Chemical Co., Midland, Mich., years ago ,
t of Central, S. C. "1 to $-I 1 a hamper f. o. b.; new potatoes 17 H cents f. o. b. Midland. elected to the county,board were: to pay for the transportation of his

I wound suffer with, when I stood on bringing high prices; cucumbers will The following firms report they Dr. C. M. Ausley J. P. Chalres, E. P. I prisoners. lie took one lot of 23 prisoners a 9
; my fe.t t, bearing-down move to market next week; growers at Strickland, Jr., E. E. Rhodes and O. .by train to Perry, he told me,
palm in my sidiMand the lower have none to supply present: '
part of my body. I did not rest spraying for disease and insects; berry General Chemical Co., 40 RectorSt. P. Harvey. Dr. Ausley, a Tallahassee but frequently used a motor,truck, in

well and didn't want anything o growers making preparations for New York N. Y. physician\ was chosen chairman.Dr. which case his only expense was for
to Ml. My color wu bad and coming season; outlook for truck and Ausley, the World correspondent gas and oil.
Niagara Sprayer Co., 'Middleport;
1 felt miserable. A friend cl $$10,000
mine told me of citrus very favorable. N. Y., Florida jobbers, J. Schnarr & learns, was until recently associated But the money he got for delivering

Co.- Orlando- Fla.-. : with McCaskill brothers a his prisoners to the sheriff of

Polk-Fair plans for next year are Kiltone Co., Vineland, N. J. 'lumber concern operating In the adjoining Taylor county, who then turned them

Ie. .CARDDt under way. Growers spraying for Sherwin.Williams Co., Cleveland, county of Wakulla. He I is, now over to the lumber company, was not

spiders and mites. About 20 per cent Ohio. owner of a sawmill near Hampton, the only amount Sheriff Jones pock. Farmr

citrus crop yet to be marketed. Egg Corona Chemical Co., Milwaukee, Taylor county, the county in which eted. The Putnam Lumber company
plant and pepper plantings being put Tabert paid "Jim Bob"
\ / young was first sent to workas a certain sum for each

The Woman's Tonicand out. 'is.The following firms have not replied a prisoner. prisoner he delivered under the leasing .

w to our wire: These connections had given Dr. contract-an arrangement solely

I then re.nembered myi St. Lucia-Our first large shipment100 Detroit White Lead Works, Atlanta Ausley a familiaritywith the methods between Sheriff Jones and the lum-

1 mother used to take It. After crates-of tomatoes moved'this: Ga. in vogue in Florida lumber camps pany. Common report Is that he got r '__ lI!
the first bottle I wu better. 1 ,
I began to tleshen up and I regained week; total tomato'acreage nearly Riches, Piver& Co., 30 Church St., but this familiarity apparently had $20 a head.

my strength and rood. two thousand. New York, N Y. not convinced him that prisoners in "Were there any other fees collected .

I J h.allhycolor. I am feeling fine. such camps were treated, in any except by you than the fees paid you by
Very truly
I took twelve bottles(of Cardul\)) Palm Beach-Organized: all comp' yours, Leon "
and haven't had n bit of trouble r. WILMON NEWELL, a humane manner.: Early in 1921 county? the. World correspondent is more econ-
since." munities around Like Okeechobeeand Director. under his chairmanship, the board decided asked him.

t I Thousands of other women arranged to grade and pack all to Increase the county'a revenues ?'Yes," he answered slowly, "they omical and profit-

t4 usedof experlencea tomatoes according to United States rrrmoN by leasing out its prisoners. The paid me for each prisoner.

I 't the brought relief Cardui where, which other has standard. Raised funds to provide a honorable w. the unatfrsliined board ia grant taxpayers. an petition election your to Intention was duly advertised in the "Who are 'they?' The lessee com- able,than a want,

medicines had failed. competent Inspection .of every car d..,.ermn., whether or not OM territory .hereindnerlbml county newspapers thirty days in advance pany?"

r' If you suffer tram; female ailments shipped. We estimate a yield of 1400 "school district' >h.ll be created Into a special tag ahd by the vote of the board "Yes," said Sheriff Jones. ad in this paper?

I take: Ccrdul. It la a cars. The territory described as follow t on,, Aug. 10 1921 it decided to "How much did they ?"
r woman's medicine. It may bej All Mellon 21. I*. *a. 14. 25. ae 27. IS was pay you
i J-rat what you ne-d.! Suwanhee (and H. the R. 21 W-East t Half of See. 18 la Township.I lease their prisoners to the Putnam "Now i look here, I'm not going to What have you

At your druggist's, or dealer's.Btt -Cotton acreage being increased Signed). Lumber company. make any statement about that," said
100 per cent over that of last J L. tTMDKRHILU\ ; sell
0. c. CROSBY The contract was signed on Aug. "Jim Bob" sharply. "I'll take it fin o ?

e .t).. year. Watermelons up and growing B. UNDERBILL!: 15, all five commissioners affixing der advisement and let you know." I

I fine; 05 per cent stand. 4-it-4v w. E. EDMONDSON., _"...'MI am their,, signatures.! T. W, L. Lieschel, I asked if he could reply. to the pub
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W .C. T. U. COLUMN I ping at Eunie Graves' home Friday IT'SBIOJOBTIf the .\WN ..n night. li-mting proilnae' Thu rluht 1 reterod to rvji-ct ."1 or ill .
other Mild truveme, ( blitn.
1'lantt sal .ptelflraUt.n.| may IMv,cn ..t the
Mr. \ .
Duffy and Mm.
SHIPS THRIVEWITHOUT Abernathy and Dewey Mur- Ceetittuts> of the .'* \ otflcv' of tli. county .n"ln..r. '*xu.I fopir4 of I

\MER1CAN) ; rhee of Graham, were guests of then i-i-lcimed\ by are spending the .vlHontifni tim b ob'al.o' from t
SELLING 1)ItlSkSlfldOfl FEED NEW YORK ornuiry of tlm board per .
friends here Sunday afternoon. and 1'iullo to relatives. ('aOl i,, uf the v lnmi tny hi ;obUiinvd: (runs
BourrtM of supply the ci-civUvy of the bimrd ftt f J.Rrtnrh., .
Merrill Thomas left Saturday for of Jacksonville,
W. E. TOUOUI3.Ctwlrnmn I _ _
I April 2.-Those who lXI Woodlawn to visit her sister, :Mrs. wHilf are. ivKiilutt'tl!: to \ \ his parents. l\ A. .'UTtI. fro Tem,

I ."t n.'d prohibition was going to kill Ui'i tie Rosier. Mill'on! Farmers Toil to Sup- mand' IIH Indicated D. L. Phillips :"... C.8.1.0. :
travel American GO\ t'rllnlf'lIt '(' .
:>>asscnKer! Mr. and Mrs Satur
Henry Sharp and
have found out they were mistaken.In ply Its Needs. ma children were visitors in Ziff section arisinger. quality Huhil Trunl. spite of prohibition and I the fact at the inticc. of the Si'trrtary of tlic ..
mid-winter usually the dullest Sunday.V. I hlpiiicntH... .. and! to Ittl'ndl't.he\ egg in Stitrkp. HoriilH, "nt 2 o'clock p. m.. _
nut \ R. hedge was transacting business Bllppl.V Of \IluleHOme. Rev. 1). L. Phil- Mny Iff. 111''I, tieS at time p"blat. opened I
c-iison for trans-Atluntic travel, four in COMES FROM ALL OVER WORLD fur .,
Saturday. With the possible AiitroklmnU ins ft>nr. poet', to bo uVUwr
f the American passenger( liners Among those who attended the Easter don Greater New I ot Plant City, was rd iilnnir, .h. fh..k.t road between L A.
hieh left England for America dur- 1,1'. .n, J. > .valt In inch oMIUU..
egg hunt at the home of Misses Duy by day more thun half a million] went consuming (', of his pln'nts. 11. board 1 niny dl1 q

nu" the past six weeks! had a full Opal nnd Atha Lewis at Brooker on farmers toll constantly to keep Now A recent survey by Browning; "Pout to l>a nix f.t Ionic anil nut I.then.

mplement of passengers booked York's millions of fed. Of fresh Agnieu it ore shows I nix Inchtw. In tiIimul.'r t at Iho top and to ba .
Sunday last were Mr. and Mrs. W. M. (people \[ of J n h..rt pi no nr ryprwa.I .
f.veral) days before sailing; tin1<'. In fruits and vegetables more than 5O.WIO 1t5il.'lt4tMII) pound 'ksonvlt I he Ilimrd nwrvM the rlirht to reject
Hodges :Miss
Ina and Minnie her .
Alphie, : guest sis- or nil bid*, lW
ach estimate applicants for berths carloads lire received 1 In the city annually ceived In New York .
Hodges, Messrs. Everett Renfroe, the annual supply of meiita totals nn nvi-rn.K monthly C. \. ,
; ..t1'I.'h
.verc turned away. Pledger and Emory Johns Marion B. I1'. Crawford :. RrE'.m..
The President Roosevelt was the' more than 1.IIOO.IO.11t1O< () > pounds : ot XlO pminiK of (' ( I

I Pearson, Floyd Wiggins: Grafton and butter cheese and poultry. C 40.IO.0I1t>0 .Is |1'ii'i-f. 17.181,1X10) several I days
(irst of the vessels flying: the American NOTICBNotip I :
Clarence Adkinu. pound of 0SM( (> ) mid of 782.000 rounds, >'.' :! of relatives .
; eggs cases ,
}tu .
to tha unusual in n tiy nlv n nil pi.rsina InivwU'il
flag I I .
milk more than ],-.j4.OIlO.ItKIIlnrls.) ( ) pound. lamb and I in thi. .. ." of Willium C. Powell t
rush of passengers in mid-winter. BRADFORD Poured Into lower Manhattan( the stitutes 55 per cent ( Int.of i I Hm.lfonl oiinty. t'I.hll. I.emed
list I I Monnco 1C Tuwvll. of
Thirty-five applicants for passage quantity of farm products, that comes pork I is..I per cent I : 1ST Out: 1 id.ruwo, l'imi; end Willlnm C. t'ow:r:

turned away, and a temporary Into New would flood and hiinb and JLOCl1TI: Jr. will on thp SoS lay of M., A. D. 0
were Vorkln a year
; Bradford, April 13.-Mr. and Mrs. Ht :? in thu morning, to th*
dormitory had to be built to make W. the entire financial district and eunulf More than 13.(1( ()(> nl.a.I.eh.: A. I'.n-rti: ,,nr.lro.I; Ur. of
H Harrcll and daughter, Lucile, little boy whose II ., .
y at *
third-class the tallest building there writes Frank exclusively' while hl. 11. o"'lho.
room for extra passengersThe were guests of friends and relativesat ; in 1'h'I.' I.. hl ..h'r ., li t>.iv.. or
America left Southampton few George of the United State Department dellenlpswn. shops ) Hl"'Cl; ,'. nil "* rtwht titlu anl intenvttof
a Santa Fe Sundll)'. side line There : had Mn.lhl l-'Uirfnco, l-owvll nn.l Willlnm C.
In the New York
,luys later with more than 1,800 passengers Agriculture IIf'I'n\lOI hl 1'.1. ,. miimr hiira of thv ali Willinnt,
Rev. Norris, of LaCrosse filled his Times. market limiws In .. ( di-avnutMl.i In to the following 1 ft
every berth being filled. As- muni'it; ;mTHonnl, :'n>iMrty..nd.I ,' In Hr :d-
appointment at Bradford Saturday The food comes from all over the die nient In he learned that toni l ('"unty, .,..Idl .."It.: ,It t
lummodations on the George Washington and foods.. (>m* turtu> I IflO
Sunday.S. world. Staples Include the whole a store :: nml iti>|iU| dIp
sold bnrivlH., nil tool, nil mi'Iril... nwin end erudtnipLntin.
entirely out two
were C. Andreu was a business visitor range pf products from apples to wa PNh also plays an head, and still .'. .1 I nuiliw, ami J h. II 5 .., ,..
..:eeks before she sailed. The President to Worthington Friday. I termelons. Fancy fruits and vegetables the diet of ('. H neurons nml hlriimm.: 1 l-onl. truck. oommi .
more. nmt flxtntiw, cttt.
miry nil nnd tiuttirr and
Harding was the fourth of the !Mr. and Mrs.: C. M. Andreu and I to tickle" the palate uf the most exacting Z.I n.0I111 pound ; he nil ,.pntpoHy e..1..1.,1 full-up" liners. !gourmet arrive from remote corners laneous", sea foods( happened ,I.lu of l.u. nnd "'0"1. nt Plurkt. Kl.vr- '
children attended the; supper given at one week I |: ; certain mortuHue ,' by It, T. Ilrock- _
of the nation and of foreign coun Live Bird. and Ii.: and; wife to I'uwi'll nnd 1'uwtill; rvcord .
Ward bridge Saturday night. tries. Peaches and from South the piece he was id In iiHirtKHuro LKM>U 'V" nt pnuv 4tHk (tub.
;MONTANA OUT TO ENFORCE Roswell Ward and Roy Forsyth attended r''ums Pressed poultry : .Mo nconla. of ltiniford, | c-unt v. 1 1"h..I.? ; Iwo
THE LAW Africa ,strawberries\ anti dasheens'" more than 1:.18X( io.X( I c,Hnin' mortunKiv.. on. .*"-n l ly W. K:. 8n'll .
church at Bradford Sunday. from Florida melons from South : I '''' Not word I nnd warn, ami .n .1st-it by KIts: Il4n'ih
coming principally 'I'd. I
Towcill Mnd ]| >oortU> In Honk "X*
r* u
Mrs. Ruby Gaines and son, L. M., America tomatoes from Mexico"' ; unden'l1 ana Ohio Kunmis.. his head! I.... I'.N" Ill?. .nd l'nl.l.. N'. 4..I'."" 'I'1Pub. ,

Montana made a splendid advance and sister, :Miss Rhoda Bennett, of oiilonn from Spain[) \ Egypt and, Texiis. Iieceniber 1'ln.lo1, and this II luv. .-oiHln from of I Ito|ltnultor.i Cnunly, ." ""h..I.; e

in law enforcement during the last Starke, wcro week-end guests of Mr. I Australia.! An Internatlonnl meal that the lieiivlowt : 1'.w.I.10w.U.f"I.1. IttHik..1l"w..1 \ ..Nit tonnd 4 I u.

session 'of the legislature which ndlourned I repreHents the combined result of iinmuM '"N" ftil I I liniv Tmni Hoy
and Mrs. W. M. Ilarrell. Ilocolpls eggs beautiful, who unit wlfp to Powftl nnd I'tiwirll. ic,-

!March 1. A bill upon whichall thousands of years of progressive agricultural than (mHMHiO eileen .n..1 1..1. in Hook N,,. A. Mlneidlnnuouii, I'. _ _
Mr. :tiul Mrs. W. iv.!. narrei had as by, 3.11.I l Irnxi* fiotn, I wife
the prohibition people were concentrating science\ all! over thevol'I,1 Is 0, ''n nml "d..d In
their forces and efforts their guests Sunday afternoon, Mrs. laid down on. the New Yorker's table with .I.W1 . ,
Gaines and son, Miss Bennett, of for the i d.tshed hi.hl! I I'owi.lUSnuth, to ti* I'uwf nnd I'owcll, re*
passed the house by a vote of 67 to asking. the londlnir St ate oonl.-d:: In H,H>k N,,. I. Minc< HnmoiiH: Tiiif*
Starke, Livingston Russ, Roy For Keeping :New" York fed Is a tremendous having,/ whipped. to i l'rowdlt? What fi:1H I IIIUP from ('. it, I'M-k nmlvfv. \ > to "'"w.

2R. It included the repeal of of medical search syth Roswell\] Ward, Ray Andreu, of I ,Joi,. I/nit year OT.fiOO ears of np- nenrlv I.URO.ono' ( rllll( in Home ? oil.I, itt r H from<:ordtd t II tn .Unolt.. Hroun: Ni::. .nnd A. My:WI fi.. Issue to l'nwliI' lull, .

prescriptions; the issuing' Brooker, Harley Andreu and sister of pies potatoes cabbnge onions tomatoes ond with O'JI.OflO: ( chestnut tree, ;. C'nnmn nml h..hlnd, ,. Towel lu i nnd l'n\.

warrants by justice of peace; the strawberries, cantaloupes mid with \ : I like liomu! **!ll, nn-unti'il in Itmik No..n.lm. Mlnctllnni.
Bradford, Mr. and Mrs. L. Cook and third 7211.001) ( I'IIKV Hl.H: ; t>. I... Hrt>wn wife to Towtillnnd 1
>trikin out of the bonn fide! guest children.J. peaches rolled Into New York In addition ceived from more her mountain 1'owt'H. rrronlml. In ltiM>k I.* AtMmci'l. ,$ I

provision (allowing wine parties) to the large' supply of products, Ststt i's (huh CnnnilH. \ / I I I little star' 'IntHNtiw.,. 'I'i,"" 4ttO. ItrnMiH I I""I thp 1'"I.lr;
"iItt.'r C iiipnuy to ant) I r-)
D. Baxter and wife of Brooker 1'.w"1 l.w.U.
permitting; search to be made either trucked, III practically I all yenr round are received. by '' head t'oitU'd I In, HtMtk N,,. 7. I. nil pub.
attended services at Bradford Sun- ol gray Itn tvflordR of Hmdford Count'y, Morldn roconlid -
from farms In New Jersey and ..II
day or night ( previously only duringthe nearby to expreni Ipllwn If Nitvnrrc! bv t tht> .1",1 of the circuit' cutirt ofA"hl 1
> increased penalties for vio- Worthington Sunday. He was accompanied Long Island and sold 1.10 farmers' markets More I I than S0.5) (ui1 ( : dotinty.

day ; home by Richard and Phillip t\Vallabout I him dent and, (Oun.evoort I dark blue can- rI.nalNr'Tt a. rowI.. t
.city's halter supply /' ,
lation or the making of false] reports i I (jiinrdinn .t Afiirlltn I'lurvtirw I l'ow.1 1 1 nnd
Ward, of Wuuchulo. "111 I'k t>tll. New York receives ilper : sot ii. ninklnu, up 11'lllenf.ls) \\illinm ( 1'"* *.il. Jr. 1..r 1..1. of
; possession as prima facie evidence carlot of on I .. Ulllinm r. Powell, I Vce ne cent of all shipment .
of ) Grampian
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Andreu and total siifply A. /. AUK1NB.AtUiriuv k
; and the creating of a law enforcement fruits and, vegetable for the entire Iowa shippedtn, Pot I wild l.ul,1! j ff>r 0".1.". f.RI. )
daughter Juanita visitors to -
were I-i1
; ,
fund. cmntry.Approximately' a ter to :New" York me early, to
l'll Norm-: TO iin>i "nt l'l'ltS.' .
The section to repeal medical prescription Brooker Saturday.L. : 21MMK\ ( ) cars of potatoes shipped I 3:1.I: :l.fll"1! < :" hI ')11 1111AI.d (

was not concurred in by the A. hJr'own was a visitor over to 00 Iuun. cabbage I and tomatoes' are 24.0 1.01"1 pounds :! : not ring tonight! ttinl..d hid. will b. ....,y. l h y the Ilonnluf 4
of ) ,
emmty Klorldu
senate but all the other provisionswere Worthington Friifay. recchexl' for conMiimptlon: yearly, as (HKI) puuniU, and I : spare that t tree! nt 1",1 I O\\Tr".I.I 1.Mu.d Urn liuard' at I',.

passed, which will greatly aid in Mrs. John Ilarrell was the guest of compared. ( with :UO.rrfK! ) cars ..t apples'' Supplies of butter !! On. Stanley, Hlnrho.17, HUH,Klortiln.:enl nt until thnt, U tlm,, r.:..p.. m., April i t II

enforcement of our law. The senate her son, S. Harrell of Raiford, 'last peaches, '' melons and cantaloupes, C '(,.n.iuiii.tIi'ui Cnnadit ..hi I 1'101..1. 1.l : I will bo clever! fur ftirnlidilinr f. o. it. tIterS., -, W.lP."o,.
of vegetables In New York New York last ; \ I cur of Mil",1".,I fi-m-o win \l. to 1 h.
committee, to which this bill was referred week. tho ".d" I (1x12 4il 1".1 .0ubln.U.n., wn. 10 UO.U 0
comprise, 1'J:! i per cent of all Hhlpnicnlw h receipts ( > burning < '" roil ; .

was composed of three doctors for the entire I United: States, anti of I the, roiimlx) iut year* ( ,, : fon'vlrl"! I L'lf kcun NtnulmJA )

one of whom is president of the To Stop a Cough Quick four dcrlduotiM fruits about l.riIIIT I I superb his voice : ki'ws 1111,1| iiiitln.Illildrr .
leading fr I.IIMI( pounds' III 1 : lo nn I"inn l .eftlcntlonN .<) prlcraof

state medical association. lIe was take* HAYES1 HEALING TONEY. a cent of all NhlpiiientR. 8S2.iHK:! ( > pounds In 1! :: fine ; wliv tlu-y:It IH win iiropcwil loud:: In the to cur.Tint furnlnh. and thivmnunt .

opposed) to repeal, but wanted to mod cough medicine which stops the cough by I Potatoes take Iho lead In volume of I The clty'H annual I I apjMaudi'd nn he hnnnf r.wi.rv,. thu right tu reject any
of This could healing the Intlamed and irritated tissues.A daill.(0) .ml 1 A bidii.
ify the issuing permits. any one commodity ferelplH meniglnKin. cream totals "more :! / \ ( line I I E. 8. MArrifKWfl.

not be done because of the way the box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE I :!( carlondN for. a He\en-year period.I of 40 quart eacH matter," Kobert AtUmt : Chulrmnn., _ _

law was written and as it was only SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and Tills. Is about two-tlilnhi ul' -t lie ci I y's from neMrhy) words I -c\ 'A. FIJTCH CU'rk. a.loI..I'
is enclosed with bottle of say,
Croup every
third reading the closing carlot. xiipply, of the leading/ linen' of New York New Norirw TONuurft ClrUEt3?
passed on salve
HAYES" HEALING HONEY. The with oratorical i
[ j vegetable till only slightly I lean' t hit\n |n. horchv irlvon to th) I
night of the session, there was no .opportunity should be rubbed on the chest and throat I II Pennsylvania' SIriuS lord, ninnty, :: : I'lorlilu.. hut wa. lli\:,":0.r!
introduce another bill. of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. the I total I a 0 title I ('lIrlot conxumptlon of Ca ntidn. Nltttiml., will i ".I..I"e. a Mil In the I 12a; -
to Montverde Out of thn li'itlnlntiir, of tho
I SlaL.
the four frultM. Heeolpt' of apples are .1"1 Florw I
that The hnallnit elf .t of Hovel Honlma, Honey InlilB To paint a .'.. iirfivldtntf for tho n-fundlnv of all outInndlntr -
However, we feel by educating ol ihq throat romtilnrd( with the healing( etfuct "I'>( next hugest In volume llllliu; on the food requirements !! aclmcd Imloljtrilnmn. of Bald county* ,
our people and two years hence by (rove O-Pen-Tnuo Snlve. throuuli the porel average Irt.fW( ; 1 earn ami comprising kcimi>"..0| hy mitt.nltnt m-tun ami tlrnM'nrrniiln .
tiM skin tiles of *
MXIO stops a cough.n I producers .r i thu of pulillo
electing men who will vote and work ."th "!R1edl.. are parkrtl one carton and the about f>:3 per cent of nil cars of the four 'I tation iiKcnclofi. > licuilliy Cu.. I U.nM..1 ..u.1..1' ,,. nftur 11..IoU"n.r prorntn

for the repeal of the prescription law, Gout of the combined treatment in 3Sc. << i lines of deciduous, fruits ('on""I1I1'I.F'orlsl'Potatoea "' trade .and the S I & h Worms "tiuvi- u i ,fMirtion of ".1"1, county. Florida, of unit
tile ,
..Just ask your druggist for 'HAYES' pixir blitoil ui.'i a. 1 1,1.- I. we will eventually make Montana a HEAUNG HONEY.SEABOARD ; and Virginia Cabbage. I Interests directly ( fitontnili fliilun aucf' ... of Hrnilfonl county nfl< dpilurtlntt ->
II Yearly receipts of onions are about Ifnlon, county'* ..1.1 U"r.fl. .
bone dry state. cerned with fliet I ( : IONIC .lU" 'u. .'M- nptirniilmntM' thu num of Itoooit. .IYI." .
Under old law search warrants TRAIN SChEDULE I twice those of cabbage, approximately I would require u wll1 ."tl t!, t: ,<" \I. I bt-tiid' of iiubllo 1 Snot run in of until llrndiirdcount
4! our : : :
4.CJM curs of onions entering Into consumption I '' as a/ 'rIrt.> > t I y. Klnrtiln. uiitlmrlty, to I IMIUM and .Mlt
" could only be issued: for the selling of anti rcachliiK/ from" ... N-itic. v i '''N"U.II.) Immln of aalil, ltrn an compared with' :.flflO! !< cars Ii, of mild ,
1 i*"''* Spujten, Imyvll. l A. ( urf n i :, I "1' tun Intlilelpms whichbo
effect Jan
for In .
bo issued '
liquor but they can now ( In nbnll I I h not thnn nix
a'lintnlfim'Qjltxceed I < nr juorw pir cuntIntercut
I Of. citbUuxc.:; It.t'(:( 1.a.n! ) .! Yorker may give' < .
rnynblu .
the manufacture. This will help to SouthboundNo. "n'.n. ."I."alp..n.1
Ilium1. u.t pi-achcN, by iii,oit inn l: number. of sheep. t. .bv )h.o'tl| In sari h. of nut .
put stills out of business. 1 reaches Starke at 12:10: a. m. en I'M iinnuiilly.I For t the ne\cn yenri' the : I.\.F thnm, tlioujinnd diillnm ."rh the .t mrlntnf
the to
.of JtmkleH
inld 'hitndn. IMI .
5 "'' .nt hy mn lu dim anil nnynbtv "
Another fine law passed provides a No. 3, 10:69: a. m., yearly avenige conmnnptloti I of |icurliCHwas ,.. I belt which ... I S 'flnul.h.L.1,.1'n*. of. rivrv-, I If. I,' .tho (llmt 00. of.Auitnnt, A. l>. 1112.5 I, find one 1
No. 21 Cedar Key Train 4:58: m. rt.NIO( compared with I :M.llMo il 1 on Mnrch. I HI, I II. JIIJ'1, ."rh. of litintU to ha payubln on
for the selling or giving p. CIII'M ) 010
penalty It : .10
severe I the cotton belt \u ( I l :,:r l.nnu, Juiluu\ nl Urn, I|I'th. fiiHt dny of AtiirUNt. .. nil *>v.ryi
of liquor to minors.llsSlsslIP1S No. 15, Limited, 1:18 p. m. carp of 'cantaloupe, Anntuil "receipt* his cotton.. ('I 1...h IIIII' fur HrAilrWil ('iuty, I: ymr thvrvnfuir. :until nil soil ln l,,ht. lntwtI .
NorthboundNo. of itt rut le.rriu's" are about 1.7 |In rnm.and whence ..... whvrnni thi. I ItHri I licrn fully, I i'i.i; | nnd 1 unllnlliHl I whluh 1 bond
try (conies "" .U.n. I. _"m"I.ln- I I niy t .
of t. m.itoen; boo t H.IK! > eurofor!\ 1 :
a ,
C A, lifndfonl nnunty Morldn and to b
4:35 out I there-- \ 1 MnClunif pntd
Starke jet
\ GOVERNOR; RESENTS 2 arrives : a. m. \ :
I than 2.iJ;: earn of "itniwberrli'K I" iinlM-d, i 1 l : il ffniliiritH; tho, tin I! ,,.1 i uf the Ku'itTiil, vrlitHd, fumlfi, ".unit) Hr.d-
WET PROPAGANDA No. 4 at 4:06: p. m. and Hliiini-nature S nnld uiul soIl fur r..1 county. I''1..1,1., to b. rntiifd by taxationnch
In curb of t the ycurx, Hili!>I a nil 1 UHS.I bur I are wirkiutg' IIr'\\<.... \\tvml Itlilil.11, in front I *- yvnr,.hy ,woc-mln Al tnvnblo propertytbi I
No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47 a. m. dccreaxed product t t dm (it down, tln> In fttnrke. llmilfonl I, I ply) him, with food. the 7th iluy of llo truutlon of anid llrndford ." ,. Morliln -
In a letter recently made public No. 16, Limited 6:65 p. m. W! :.!'-' >Mip'lyPractically, |' .thu IIWH! huuril, uf .to nut an'tlw' n .,,''flon) t iHirtlon'IL of nnld

through the press, addressed to an advocate 'Van nee Branch NI i "'>r c'n.If. ;New-.: York I I1'lt8 PROJECT I I : :: ,nntlnfyinif..tista', HltimUi 1 mini 'find nntt I tn Intvrrnt lmol fundn and prinejiotisuh ihcrrof ,.v.r. tb.seme i>ny aaid

of the return of the wet regime No. 101 leave Starke 7:45: : a. m. ('111'1... nil ppiy of ImrreU'il I iipilfMconiev '| .Morliln, tu-wltl bi-cmn. duu, and, inyjih|,.. I

Governor Lee !M. Russell, thief: No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. (1'0'I'" York. and, Vlrglnli. -- ." tMnrli-r hlrty-nv uf N.rh.( ( .. I F.. 1.H. KNHJIir MATTHEWS.,

executive of Mississippi, tins the following Limited train No. 9 due at Starke while Waxhlnutoii I and Oregon/ contribute Egypt Plans I h. Rnnu Tw ,inty'twul 32.11.21JI.I. ,
about H7 cent of the boxed applew. Aid Rice and l t nrr... m'irif nr I"... I TO uuir.r '11 I 15.51 I
to say concerning the repeal 11:22: p. m., Jacksonville to St. Pe ; I'KltKYMAN.; ,. the Court fur llradlord. County
California" nnd Idaho, are glint Important' liL'i i, t Mantvr In Chnnenry., Florida Tn Chancery.J ; .
of prohibition. tersburg. flu Irly 'heavy' contributor.* to the boxed. I about to lie, "' I ( II Wllllnma.Coniplmnant.
"Your reasoning to the effect that I Limited train No. 10 we at Starke nnnt. 4'6.ot.84 .
apple" supply. Comparatively, few bar lien government ( n ci
this prohibition question is above the 6:43: a. m., St. Petersburg to Jackson- reled. appleH are received from. ilnlne.MiiNNnchuxetti The "onslru'II..1I,. "AI.K Kl!, riln| Land and Immlurutlon -

constitution is with all due respect ville. thnt untlt ami I by Comnniiy, Corporation, I
ami !I''nn"ylvllnln.! ul DJebel Aoiilla will .t nl.. .

to you, the veriest nonswnse. Accord- I (These two trains do not stop at though* these' sto'Ii's produce lurgu vutliiK almoMt any ( flnul i| "1
ing to your argument we should abolish Starke. Ocala and Plant City are the quantitiesf I I applet Apple, receipt abolish the .. .. IA''.. JeSse .of the. and ."I".n. throuirh h"I., drvlnrvn.un.l.'r. "ru." .
I fur
.10 "luo
all law against arson treason, only stops they make between Jack. hot/h"/ loll rr,1' and boxed, reach their ton ; will supply' I S ..1'0..1,'h..I.) "Atliun" C.Irnmlifrnllon W I h.-.,I, r. 0.1'' 'the a t 0.,11. 'l.nnd, If A.0

murder anti all the crimes from the sonville and Tampa., peak In October, nnd fall off gradually fur. Irrigation by .. are...1 ih'fvnilanti J. Oniri'hnm*. thn l.avny, Alv>nnili: :>r"MrKa: ;rlvi' Mc'.:. lharmiii.ie

statute books and let the people go Trains Nos. 7 and 8 operated from until June. prove the .10. anil will null uf whom,.r..tIne An.unknown, dttfundrrntn.
Florida lend In I the number of. ram : the : ( in front nf
back to barbarism, which they would Hampton to St. Petersburg. No. 7 Kxperts ..., l'a..1 voun-. Y.. ..0 inch nf you are hcn-hy nri'ilrml' .
of early potatoes idilpped with a yearly service believe that ( the .r Mny, (I. be m. ,, niniixr, IK Tor. thn Juilitii of the SI
do at 'once. I am astounded at your leaving Hampton 11:50: p. m. and'No. average/ of I.KNI( cum.' South Carolina priAent the ( l ; liiunl 7h hours of .1.! I. ( .. t "uurt fur the l.lirhlh Judlcliil, Clreiilt, 5 0

advice and views. I pray that this 18 arriving Ibmpton 5:10 a. m. Theseare IK next with 1>73 cum.. Second of land In souther. \ \\ reel ...Milal iI tineS in l tfi Until-
nation and the world will never take through trains, St. Petersburg to early potatoes come from Virginia and to the Kgyptlan: l ,. Northwest I OunrUr' ''1, vf .comiilnint,.. In l'A.k.. ,. Florifla.
seriously those most dangerous doc I Cincinnati, Ohio. Maryland and the bulk of the lateM\ minis which" It him l / ..l* of the flout hcnMt i anld! court-hy J. ,r. Wllllnm!

trines set forth by you." T. J. GRIFFIN tutoc from I, Town.122), newnpapftr Th*, llrndford publlMhed Caunty In Tuliinrnph.Stark. a llradford worthy

Agent. New York and New .lemey. areas. ( a._. more nr l,wt.D I County ..I..ldA. U hereby dunliinaU-d .the
E. npWNimrer In which thin notice b* pubiie.d *
WATER-MILL Morn than half the yearly' carlot sue The cost of the KNIHT. .." I for lwht ronnwmtlv, I wrnkn..1
Habitual conxttpation (...,... pi i 11 *f I.1I1f1' earn of fruits ami, veitetuht will be aboutJIUJITSU *1.I: M.c. II ,' 'I he haIl di-e<*rlbed th. hill uf eomnlnint
in 14 to :21 DaysLAXFOS ?.. ,In handled Hudson river pier .. 4.0-nt-A-4 'I. thin can, **. the till, to which la noimhl to
-- .
Rev. Croshy b* rainjt the abt>ve d areparticularly
6. .
Watermill April WITH PEPSIN" Is a ;peeiaii/, f..n.
tiburtlnjc the holeale produce illstrlct TR CTORH tlvenrlofd ..
of Starke, filled his regular appointment prepared Syrup Tonic-LaxaUve: for Hatttua below *'ii..nn'I street, known a* .1..1 by Ih. Boar-l I No.h... Ouartrr af the $, QOA'
and Sun Constipation. It relieves promptly but | "., cnunty. Vlor- "" II). IViwnchip t South, hence 23
at Ddan Saturday Wellington. nuuirket.Tue Hmnttary nf the KAHt.. Also a trlnnirular orU.n of Northwmt -
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days Honolulu School th until V clock u. ll""re
Induce regular action. It Stimulut! and cars arereceived at the Jerwy ant writ oftlu
day.Mrs. to tect Women at that tlm pu I'own.hll "R.. "
B. J. Thomas, pf, Lake Butler, Relates. Very Pleasant to Taki' Blktier ( freight/ yard ami ferried across.. the : ..,",."" or lm IAk. .. public road, and .... I
The and 1H .. _ _
the week-end here with rela- bottle. river on 'long flat boats currying eightor Japanese' [ ."I or n tionn of 1.1.1." d..srlh.l.r. more. or moreparticularly
spent n> center
ten loaded. oiirx.' At the plem the lulu has opened u r'' ,i A..c Aid lumil No. of said: rond on North I :1:1d\ dvnrrllM -

tives. -t. ears are unload d directly: from the gfrls. This step 1.3 ,*. >d (Quarter, tlmne run Wnat Sill fet
H. P. Gainey of Brooker, was a > ttmn on which b> the N..h..t corner of laid NorthwvntOuarter
of the recent "
COFFINS & CASKETS b..llt.. and long. before mmrlMe. Thepmdllt't. 1 many apprommauly &. quarter" thence So.h
visitor here Saturday. I are quickly unloaded on hand uI>..n women and .. liT f,*.' to ...U of said road thence
Butler Foil Lin. .f ; 2218. aan. 'Jtraixht line point of biiiilnnfiiic. Ale' ..
of Lake And from the
Hendrix II and ""
Tommy trucks. stocked, In row on the piersend : yrin. 1..lnnln" at the M.'h..t, corner of 8outhMt II

was here Thursday.Mr. Vndtrtakmr Sapplit a Innpei-ted. ax to. sIzes anti! grade, obtained from the ", 7'IU' nUtlonn. ft. Range. ntn Kaat: on Hrction iln
and Mrs. D. J. O. Green, Mr. Argu -Ey.d Inspectors.Proxrvctlve Nipponese art of ft. KU f>et. thenee North IO rot them Esat
It Is believed that : :: w- 111 fnt. thenc North *.. d" Kaat to .
and Mrs. A. L. Green and families attended AUTOMOBILE I buyer" appear at an t) .1 ) ydn. line, of sell
the reunion at Willie Parrish's Always an hand. The belt MrV early hour Inspect the commoilltle attempt to molest'' .1.101 aurfncv cu 2H- Quarter. .J, 8..I..t. .. N LIIA".ff..b..t

home in Lake Butler, given in honor .! the fcnrmt prle a. 8p and I dicker with' the rl'cl'lver.ln' traile, wilt meet with, a In accordnne, with /u'lh..t ..n..r Jin. of nalil said quarter Qnartor,t thence point 1
Orndiiates from
Parrish last Wed cuJ attention to tclcfniph Everywhere: throughout then tronactlotm *. ... ......1 P...- ef b..lnll...
of Mrs. Matilda en. Reclst.red Embal.er.l t'ncle fam In the shape of r..* pected to be able : ,, prclncatUinii tr.1 Wit.... my huntS ...1 Hal nf nald .r
nesday. selves against Bmdforfl hi. the 5th day of March, A. D 192.,. r
pertinent Agriculture: market reporter tll _p..., by a c rtU U. W. ALURRMAN.
O. W. Thomas was in Brooks on JONES and In"i..tnrll. Argu..-.yeO. I I.* larger persons and | In O".dr..1 county lerk of Circuit Court fur Bradford l.u.CP. -
DeWITT.C. counter-punishment.! .tah, nartary. Hoard Florida. .
Saturday watching the, denlJ Inspecting produce f.. pr cent of the By C. A. KMIOHT. ,
:Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown and STARKE. FLA I : and making: nntf'ff.I 1ue i day' basin.** ore of the Japntieve \ of rood the faith ..0 II.vs..V,) MIGHT. Ipul. .,k. )

attended the pip- Is recorded and idiot nut all over thv to be no handicap. .A. .o.t.
Alva Thomas eg 'D."D' =: ;""" "D''D 'D' ; th .n..t and viva Solicitor for Conmlamant.Ptf4
country by the department' system of are enrolled In the ,






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fnl c tl / l, RAIFORD Miss Eva Hodges has re'ently! been ness visitor here this week. '
} h ; the guest of her sister, Mrs. II. B. Mrs. Mary E. Prevatt left Mondayfor
L };I Raiford April 13.-Mrs. A. D. An-. Wiggins, of Starke.S. Jacksonville where she will be the, DON'T BE SORRY
drews spent 'several days last week Thomas, of Graham, was visiting guest of her sons R. L. Prevatt and
f' ,I visiting her daughter. friends and relatives here this DeWitt Prevatt. f i
t )Miss Madge Middleton, of Starke,
/ Mrs. W. M. Graham of South Jacksonville week. v
a I Miss Loca Anderson of Lake I Miss Gladys Green, who is attending I was the guest of friends here Satur- Insure! with reliable companies and

L; Butler spent last week-end with her I school at Hawthorne spent Sunday I day. .
parents here. with her father, M. J. Green. I dependable firms
Mr. Reynolds was a visitor over to W. P. Birt, of Louise was a business ."' BROOKER .
4 Starke last week. ] visitor here Monday. -
Not too big for small business---Nor too small for big business
a I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Whitten who Bias Wilma May, of Alachua county Brooker, April 13.-C. A. Marks
,} t "I have been visiting relatives in St. Augustine spent Saturday with her grandparents or Tampa. was here Friday visiting
: for several days returned to Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hasan. friends
their home Saturday. Mrs. Ida D. Maxwell announces! the A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville, was in PEEK & BURNSSTARKE
Misses Irma Andrews and Annie engagement of her daughter, Margaret : town Thursday transacting }business.Mr. ; .
Reddish of New River were guests Anna, to Mr. Claud user;: of and Mrs. J. W. Surrency and FLA.
', of Mrs G. C. Sapp Sunday Hampton, the marriage to take place children of LaCrosse passed through _
t Messrs. A L)., Andrews and son, Thursday, April 26,'1923. here Thursday enroute to Graham. _. I\
1t5 Ramp, were visitors to Lake Butler The Methodist W. M. U. will Sell A. E. McKinney spent the weekendat -.-_.n------- ..,- ----.. --- -. --- ...
Sunday, ice cream and cake at the city hall Louise. visitor here Thursday. Sunday by group one, Mana Andrews was in town Monday\ afternoon
w'' } Miss Bertha Mae Hobbs Is visiting Saturday afternoon, beginning at 2 Virginia Weeks of Gainesville Dr. Bishop, of Alachua, was here leader Everybody !Invited. Raiford Brannen, of Lake Boiler"
c'' relatives in Ocala this week. o'clock.P. spent the week-end here at the homeof Saturday. Lewis Shriver spent Monday with was in town Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Tom Chastain and little ion, M. Geiger, of Theressj, was a I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A Nelson Green and' Donald Adkins, friends in Starke. LAlva Thomas and Rhoda .
Carlton and Mrs. Roberts, of Lake, business visitor hero Saturday Weeks. Brow
o' Starke, were visitors here Sunday R. A. Weeks visitor over to Pine Hill, were visitors
was a here
k Tues
l I
v Butler were visitors here Monday. The Methodist W. :M.\[ U. met at the I* A. Brown was a visitor to Worthington afternoon. i
t'i' W. II. Andrews spent Tuesday in home of Mrs. L. G. Johns on Main Friday afternoon. Worthington Sunday.afternoon. morning.Mrs.
rte 1 Clara and Mildred Cone were hopping ) Mrs. Emily Abbott, who has beenon Tiercy Roberts is
Jacksonville.Joe street last Tuesday afternoon.: Mrs. C. M. Chancey and baby, of visiting re.- I
;' Hill Williams of Lake Butler Mrs. C. P. 'Saaser and daughter, Gainesville, accompanied by her father in Alachua Thursday. a ten days visit with her son, J. atives at Graham this week.
r was in town Tuesday. Clara May, who havo boon the guests Prof. T. J. McBeath, of New Port Rev. S. S. Proctor, of Lake Butler, A. Abbott, of. Plant City, returned Mrs. R. T. Osteen left Saturda, l
Mrs. Mary It. Jones was visiting of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. "ftunt, returnedto Richey, spent the week-end here at will fill his appointment here Sunday. home Monday.The night for Plant) City, to be at the boa- r,
relatives near Manning Sunday. their home in Valdosta Ga., Mon- the home of her sister, Mrs. R. A, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cook and children Willing Workers will meet'on side of her grandchild, who has been M1
I' 1 Jim Ritch and son, were visitors to day. Weeks.Mr. of Bradford, were visitors here Saturday afternoon, 3 o'clock at the seriously ill
., Lake Butler Monday F. A. Scott and family were guestsof and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster and Friday.W. Woodmen Hall, over the postoffice The chicken pilau and fish fry at t
L j ';J. A. Brooks was a visitor to Lake'! Mrs. Scott's brother, L. J. Wynn, Blanche and Louise Crews spent last S. Hayes, of Gainesville, was a building. All members are urged to the river Saturday night was well at Ii
n Butler during the week. Sunday. Friday afternoon in Starke. visitor here Saturday.Mr. be present. tended. The new bridge was to hay t
1', Mrs. D. W. Addison and little son, Mrs. J. P. Sullivan is attending the Mr. and Mrs. Foxworth and chil and Mrs.\ D .E. Lynn, who live Mrs. Purrish of Lake Butler, pent been completed at that time but ow !:
Lowell, of Jacksonville, are visiting revival services at Starke, this week. dren, of Jacksonville. spent Sunday near Gainesville spent Tuesday here a few days of last week here at the ing to some delay it was not finish!!
4 rf .; relatives here this week. V. Priest of Green Cove Springs here with relatives. with friends.W. home of her brother, E. T. Stewart.L. .
was the guest of his mother Mrs.: T. G. W. Andreu of New River was D. Holder of Worthington was R. Gainey spent Monday at the ed.J.. F. Turner, of Clayno was trans.
HIGHLANDHighland J. Priest last Tuead+ly. in town Tuesday. the guest of friends here Sunday. county seat. acting business here Monday. I
4 s Oliver Jones, of Starke, was a busi Marion Stokes of LaCrosse, was a B. Y. B. U. will 'bo carried out next Mrs. J. W. Surrency of Graham, ing business in Alachua.

April 13.-Mrs. BurtonS
I Carruthers and children of Jacksonville .
arrived Friday for a visit with
k'f a her sister Mrs. J. T. Marr and her
father, G. W. Parker. ,
I Mrs.. II. C. Wimberly, Miss Ethel -
m i Ricks and G. Si. Barker were business

1 visitors{ to Jacksonville Wednesday. .
y I Messrs. Harry Holcomb and C. M. a:. O7C6'THE
d ;I Click of Jacksonville were transacting .
$ business here Friday. r
: T. A. Brlnson and Ras Brinson of UNIVERSAL CAR
4 Fiftone, were visitors here Monday. .
}r I II. C. Wimberly, Jr., left Sunday '. .
i/1 .a. for Madison for a visit with relatives. :
James Malphurs, of Starke was a ,
7 business visitor here Tuesday. ANNOUNCEMENT .
\ / E. Wilkinson was a visitor to Starka/ .
I .
i Tuesday. .
,, C. B. Bennett, Clarence Marr and \
J. E. Bennett were visitors to Starke of Interest to '
X Monday.
Visitors to the Stole Farm from :,
s here Sunday included Mr. and Mrs.\ MILLIONS of FAMILIES
ttF W. G. Crews and son, W. L., Mrs. L.
{ ;a B. Ward and little
i son, Bobby, !Mr.\ I
: > and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Misses Ethel

i Ricks, Elizabeth and Winifred '. "I will build for the multitude"Said ,
a car
Wimberly, G. II. Barker and A. H. .
Henry Ford in 1903---Read how the 'fulfillmentof
j The stork was a very busy bird here
.. ; Saturday, bringing a fine girl to Mr. that prophecy is now made possible through the
yt ',' and Mrs. Everett Bennett and another
fine girl to Mr. and Mrs. George Wil
t kin on.

,,e r Lake Butler,"April 13.-The regular e

I Ix monthly meeting of the Woman's ;
x l Missionary Society of the Christian
: church was held Friday ,
< Rev. W. G. Doyle filled his appoint

J Columbia ment at the county Hopewell, Sunday.Baptist church, For many years it has been Henry Ford's Under the terms of this plan you.can'select ,';

1 I Mrs. C. D. Addison, of Jacksonville personal ambition to make the Ford the '
r Car
I 'your aside small
set t
I I' is the guest this week of her mother a amount

,"i R ,I was Mrs.accompanied N. E. Roberts by, and her family.son, Master She universal family car---to put it within the each week and you will be surprised how '.

I, Lowell.II. reach of the millions of people who have
K. Roberta, who is engaged in soon yoU will own it. In the meantime ..

the timber business at Odessa, was never been privileged to" enjoy the benefits will be
here this week, visiting his family. your money safely deposited to
,z I Miss Aileen Knight has accepted of motor ownership.
j' the position as clerk in the postolfic your credit in one of the local banks where

Rev. W. T. McGuire filled his appointment r it will draw interest.
'\ 4. at the Christian church on
L i' I Sunday. During the past fifteen years over 7,500-I .

r'i gz I I HAM PTON 000 Ford cars have been placed in the Think it over. Five dollars will start an.ac-

i'w, ; Hampton, April 13.-Mrs.\ Haynes hands of retail customers---more than a count. The whole. f family can participate

'' dt left Friday for Winter Haven, where million and half of them within the in it---father
she will be the guest of her son, B. a past mother, brothers and sisters

ar' Haynes. twelve months---and there still millions each
t doing
Mrs. Matt Hall, of Theressa, wo yet are -

shopping here Saturday. l of families who
;,4 Sheriff Brannen and Bob Rivers, of are hopefully looking

.,x rl r )a here Lake this Butler week., were visiting friend forward to the day when they can own a Why not start today. Stop in and talk it

Miss Daisy and Cecil Moore of Ford. I over-with your local Ford dealer. He will
t? t1 Thercssa, were visitors here last Sun- '
;' day.A. be glad to fully explain the details of the

A. Durden has installed a radio
t i in his home. And now the way is open. plan' and help you get started toward the
;; H. S. Prescott, of Graham, was a .
.; business visitor here this week. ownership of a Ford car.

Rev. Jones, of Lake City, will All
'' his appointment here Sunday morning ,
? e JI and evening
Misses Mary + Birt, Cecil Hall and Mrs. Mary\ Pre- Ford Motor
vatt were visitors to Starke Satur- Company _
j Miss Mabel ,Seals, of Jacksonville, ... DETROIT, MICH. I
q I is rlsitfng friends here this week. .' ,
U. B. Wiggins, of Starke, was a },'
;y business visitor here Saturday. .' J. W. ANDREWS Jr. : ... ...
Miss\ Mabel Seals and Mrs. A. A. :.....
r Futch were shopping in Starke Sat- DEALER, .
; t.ti urday. .\

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