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Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title:
Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Now Supplied.Witi "
Il.oeal '
Dry Weather Cause Loss In Quantit;, .| !' f
Light Machine Gun. Monday the 21st inst. being the fi\
1 Henry Whitehead, of Lake Butler, The Ruby Davis Chapter Children And Quality swift turn of events In Europe, I anniversary. of the birthday of Prl- t .

Take His Life at Montgomery of the has been with the allies and Berlin breaking
Confederacy, organized Several of the Browning automatic xate Neal Langford. the B. H. S. appropriately .1
with twelve charter members, the The strawberry business is not'IU off reparations discussion and the rifles have been supplied to the loca observed the day. In hon '

Mr. and. Mra. W. R. Whitehead of' officers being as follows: satisfactory ai it would have been 1 If allies marching farther into Germanyhas j'military company. This rifle is i ii aI or of this who for "
patriot a
Lake Butler, have received the lad President, Lucile Mitchell. timely rains had come. The long continued vastly cqmpllcatod the entire i portable machine gun, and an It can number of young ]was a student in +
news of the death of their son, Henrj 1st hot and dry weather makes the Harding foreign There wil years
Charles Klckliter
program. < be fired 600 times in a minute, if Ii i this! school, the pupils brought rose '
Whitehead by hie own hand, at Montgomery 2nd V-President Sara Hope Haynes growth: slow and the berries small and be no peace with Germany, by Knox j,'omt'. tb a pinch, it is a very effectlvi' and lilies to dernrute his picture and. f;; '!'
Ala. March 16th. The ,
occurrence Recording and corresponding secretary off color from sun scald. Moreover resolution or otherwise, until the allies .
"' weapon. the stage; flags and potted plants being :,
is the more sad because the Eugene Matthews. those who profess to kno":,-and the and Germany have arrived at a 'it
I This rifle weighs 16 1-2 .pounds, and used with good: effect t
young man was on hU way home to Treasurer. Walter McDonald. ins and outs of the strawberry bus!- 'definite settlement of their differen '\\ 1
with a full magazine 17 pound. It is The interesting program was as ,
see his parents, after years of ab Historian Mary Canova. I ness have been pretty well studied bj ces. At least this is the opinion of I .".. '
therefore rather heavy to fire fron follows: ,,
Bence. Director, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. I now- assert that the lack of rains to high officials in Washington, who believe -
Before the war young Whitehead Assistant, Mrs O. L. Haynes. ,{,dissolve the last fcrtllieor apjflied that ,domestic and not foreign 'the 1 shoulder when standing uj as be ii. Chorus, "Just Before the Battle, j i .'10
I Illn rifle and is designed to
was employed as bookkeeper by Swift The charter for this chapter has cause the root of the plants to assim 'affairs will hold' the center of th< , ,
& Co., but when the call to rally fired from the hip, hanging from iI Reading, ht Psalm- ;t .t'
been applied for, and as soon as it is Hate the potash in too concentrated stage at the national capital until or .
'round the flag, he became a soldier,, received a meeting will be called and form, which makes the berries flaccid der supplants chaos In Europe. I sling, while the soldier is marching' Prof. S. S. Dowling.' t' If;
did his bit in France for honor I |or for prone firing. Three men are Prayer in concert by the school. .. '"
and !
officers installed. It is hoped that the and they "run together" during The refusal af Berlin to accept the "
his assigned to each rifle, the "gunner, In Memory of Pvt. Langford .
of country. After being mustered On this and Paper .j
chapter will be fully organized before long shipments. account, reparation terms, and the advance of Th "
"loader" and the "scout.
out he resumed his connection Memorial Day and will be represented the warm weather, some shipment. the French, British and Belgian arm- -Miss Mona Alderman. I

with the Swift Co., and was assigned in the state convention in May. have arrived at their destinations in lei across the Rhine' may result in a same cartridges are used as for hold the Poem "In-Plunder. Fields" MU. ', .11 '

to Scranton Pa. He remained there The C. of C. is an auxiliary of'and so bad shape till the berries had to be ,, radical change in the administration. Springfield but the magazine Lout**. Fernanda I :

until quite lately. On February 26th under the direction of the W. T. sold much below cost, and others had foreign policy. Although the, White ing 20 rounds is detachable; It falli Song "The Vacant Chair"-School. \I ;

his mother received a letter from him,, Weeks Chapter U. D. C. to be thrown away. One of the largest Hous and the state department have out when emptied and the loader Private Langford \gave his life for I

stating that lie was "going to see the The object of the Children of the buyers here received orders from refused to make any official comment quickly Inserts another The rifle Ii his country on July 18, 1918. at Solar, :

:world. March 8th'she received an- his house berrieiat ton sighted for 1GOO yards. sons, France. During the World War I
not buy
Confederacy is: Memorial, educa to any more the European crisis, it has been \1 "
other letter dated Toronto Canada, in tional, historical benevolent and so- any price. Monday two new buyers reported that the Versailles treaty This weapon is a mechanical won- the Bradford High School had a service '

which he said: "Mother don't be cur cial. The Florida division especially came up from Plant City, but af j may "brought up In the Senate for I der. The gasses after having pro.pelted flag on which were 124 stars, one ,"

prised at my being up here. I'm allo. takes up the work of education and ter having thoroughly examined the ratification. No ratification will be the bullet from the barrel, are for each of.its former students In the

V" The letter ended with the I I made to work a mechanism for ejecting : service. I .,
the Soldiers Home in Jacksonville; berries brought in, they declared the made, officials assert unlevR the \ .'

words "Good-bye and good luck ,to they also maintain a scholarship In berries were not able to stand long league of nations covenant Shantungand the empty shell from the barrel \ i j, ,

you all." this division. Those eligible for membership shipments, and. the prospective buyrere other provisions objectionable to and Inserting a new shell. Six inches DEATH OF MARTIN MOSELEY "' \ )

Nothing more was heard from him are children from infancy to returned home. American sentiment be specifically from the muzzle is a hole in the bot- '

until March 17th, when the White- eighteen years of age, who are lineal In spite of these disappointments excluded. tom of the barrel and as soon as the Richard Marvin Moseley, son of Mr. -: i I
heads received a telegram from an bullet has passed this vent part of the and .Mrs.\ A. T. Moseely of Raiford it
descendants or nieces, nephews or the berries brought in find a sale the For the present the immediate ef ,,,,
undertaker of Montgomery Ala., gases pass through it and Into a cylinder died Thursday, March 17th, and was .
grand nieces or grand nephews of men buyers shipping within safe distances fect of the changed situation in Eu- ,l.
stating that their eon had committed beneath the barrel where they buried Friday at Kingsley lake cem '..1
who honorably served the Confederate !in refrigerator boxes or by open ex- rope will be to delay development of '
suicide the evening before, and ask States of America in the War Be- ptegs. Tuesday, the price ranged from the program it had been generally understood move a piston downward, which sets etery. \

ing what to, do with the remains. They tween the States. The dues will be fO to $7.60 per bushel, according to I would be put through by the in motion the ejecting and loading: This fine young man was employed ., .,\:
later learned the following particulars mechanism at Arnold' stone plant Jacksonville !1'where
five cents per month with an admission quality and' about 500 bushels were Harding administration. If It were .
: Young Whitehead had a room fee of twenty-five cents to be bought and sent away. But for reasons 1 I, not for the pressing need of The rifle .is''designed for quickahootinpltom he was taken 111 on the 7th Inst'f'
in the Exchange Hotel. lie was seen congressto 80 to 100 sighted shots with the much dreaded disease, small "
paid when the charter is received and given above'it is thought that I'et'to work on the unpassed I ..,
coming from the union depot at 6 p. first meeting called. prices will be lower henceforth. Ham bill and the new taxation appropriation a miiMrte. This will soon make the 'pox. HI. brother, Lawrence, who in I f rl

nt. and to enter his room in the hotel. Children wishing to Join may' give mond. La., the noted strawberry cen. program it Is not unlikely that congress metal' part too .hot for the touch, but employed at the State Farm ar cap- ,
Soon after the proprietor heard pier the is the only of metal tain of the yards, wont to Jacksonvilleand
a their names to the director or her assistant ter.: has begun to ship berries and will would not be assembled a* early trigger part

tol fired in the room. Going thereto who will secure the necessary for the balance of the season supplythe as April 11, the date announcedfor the shooter needs to touch, as the fore brought the sick brother to his-

investigate, he found the young data for membership. There will bea middle West, thus cutting a big I the opening of the special session arm and stock are of wood. Tho muzzle home In Ralford where he received'

man lying on the floor, mortally regular historical program at each slice from our territory. of the sixty-seventh velocity of the bullet Is 2,082 foct medical attention and careful nursing {
bullet fired by ] congress and the chamber but after ten days of Intense suffering
wounded by a pistol meeting and children will be taughta The American government will lift per second pressure
himself from a .25-calibre Colt auto- ,fair' and impartial history of the DEATH OF L ALVAREZ from 47,000 to 60,000 pounds per he succumbed to the disease

matic. The bullet had entered just confederacy.Date no finger designed to embaras Great square inch-260 times the steam and passed on to "the undiscovered

below the right ear, passing betweenthe of first meeting will be- announced Mrs. A. L. Alvarez: died at her I I Britain France and Belgium In their pressure used in a locomotive boiler. country from whose bourne no traveler I .w

skull and the brain and had lodg as soon as charter arrives. home in this city Saturday, March I present unofficial coercive measures accordingto The parts are' stronly made but the return," i

ed behind the left eye. He was notdead.b. 19th. after a long illness. She had reports from Washington. gases easily fout the vents and the Richard Marvin Mosoley was born 1

.'-MMonscious and died the HIGHLAND been> in poor health for many years, I I The .American troops on the Rhine, heat burns up the lubrication; therefore July 17, 1881, In Montgomery county,

following day at noon, never regaining and a confirmed invalid during the however, will not "be employed hi the the mechanism, when in much Ga.,' and when' fifteen year of age!

consciousness.On Highland, March 25.-John I. Manmade last year'of her life. I.I in present the '"Invasion. On. high'official use, must be frequently taken apart moved with his parents to Bradford .
declared that the United
his found a note; capital cleaned and oiled. There' are thirty county For a number of years his
person was a business trip to Jacksonville The deceased was born In Bradford
States been the
containing the words, "Mother, forgive Tuesday. county August 12, 1879"her. maiden I reparations not having ettl. nent a and party djscus-to I parts to be handled In this process, parents lived In Starke and when the .
and the second lieutenant of the company subject of this sketch was seventeen.
me.His for the rash !
reasons Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Miss Lillian She
Retta Sapp.
name being Miss sion does not intend to be thrown in i
act are not known. He was thirtyyears Mackery and Miss Winifred Wimberly was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hen to the, breach to help enforce demands :I in Instructing the soldiers) the years of ago ho joined the Methodist
other showed how he could dlssemble church while Kev. C W. Inman was
and had always been of Mrs. i night,
age spent Wednesday guests ry Sapp, of Lawtey. She was married on Germany that ifdid not agree to. I
popular. The many friends of the be- Chas Dinkins, of Lawtey. to Mr. Alenzo L. Alvarez Decent- Op the other hand the government I and reasemble the parts while pastor here, and was always true to
I is his church He possessed
A novel attachment vow a
blindfolded gen
reaved family sympathize with them G: H. Barker was a visitor to Law >er 22, 1898. TO the union were born I does not desire to give to ,
any support "flash hider," at the end of the barrel ial deposition that made many friends ,,
deeply in their sorrow. tey Wednesday. three; sons Ralph Newn Jacob and
Germany in its resistance of the al
I designed to prevent the shooter's position and was a favorite In the family cir- a 1,

The remains were sent to Lake Butler Miss Ollie Marr was shopping in Vincent LeRoy Alvarez, and one lied demands. '
and the interment took place at Starke Tuesday.Mr daughter Mrs. Lorena Dyal. The deceased I I from being revealed by the cle, who deeply mourn his untimely
There are only two courses of action death, but Ida loved one have the
i lash) in the dark.
Sapp cemetery Saturday at 11 a. m-, i and Mrs. J. T. Marr were attending ; also leaves to mourn her de- ,
ahead for congress; republican With these automatic rifles addedto comfort of knowing that he was ready
Rev." J. B. Crews conducting the ob, to business in Lawtey Tuesday ,' >artur four brother., Mr. Fred F. '
I members of the senate attest. If the strength of the company, this for the great change, as he told his j

equies I I I Sapp of Jacksonville, and Messrs. J there i I. no settlement of the dispute organization U now much more effective mother shortly before his death that
-- --- Jesse Carter, of West D., William and 'Jacob Sapp, of ,
between the allies and Germany by than formerly, and the boys he was "going home
PLANT CItV BERRIES wee greeting old friends here Wednesday Starke; and five sisters Mrs.'J. Me- : i
the time assembles the -
I Congress government are proud of their new acquisition. The deceased! leave. the following
1 and Thursday. Clenaghan of Jacksonville, and Mesdames I will either delay action on. relatives, his parents, Mr and Mr. t''
J. '1. Marr' visitor to Starke S. J. Green, Annie Gainey R. '
of Tuesdayhas was a : the proposedresolution ending war RAIFORD '
The Plant City Courier A. T. Mosoley, of Raiford; three brother
the following to say about the Wednesday. laislop and F. N. Norman, of Starke. with Germany, or else reword the *, Lawrence Moseley, of Raiford; ,

berry movement there: Mrs J. IS. Morris and son, Ross, of The bereaved relatives have the sym I Knox resolution *o that it would bearon Ralford March 26.-A. D. Andrews Preston Mosoley of Zephyhill-; Johnny r

Strawberry shipments during the Bronson spent the week-end with pathy of all in their grief. its face no encouragement to Germany and N. T. Rltch Jr., were visitors to Moaeley, of Waldo; and a' sister, .

last three shipping days have totaled Mrs. H. C. Wimberly.Mr. Mrs. Alvarez was a member of the and no Idea of desertion of the Sanderson Wednesday.G. Mrs. R. O. Gnann, of Hawthorn. '

5404 quarts. There were no carload and Mrs; Robert'I Crews and, Baptist faith and was always noted allies. 4' C. Sapp of St. Augustine, spent n \ '

shipments by freight. The aggregate children, of Hampton spent the week- for her deep religious. convictions, The Harding administration ha Wednesday night and Thursday with DEATH OF INTAirr' ec
and Mrs. F. M. Crews kindness and sympathy and later for
I/ end with Mr. cleana his ,fa mil -
movement for the season is now made it clear that it desires as ) 1' '' '"
quarts and family.. her patience under affliction. Her European slate a* possible upon Walter Whitten is spending a few Edward the little 8 month old son ?
Friday's"movement; amounted to 6- Miss Lillian Mackery: and Miss Beth many good deeds- will keep her'memory which to inscribe Its idea for "world days here with his parents, Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs Edward Brown, died! 1 '

160 :,' There were 77 refrigera Wimberly were shopping In Jacksonville alive. I association. Mrs. W. M. Whitten. Saturday afternoon, March, 19th, asb '
tors": The movement Saturday equaled Saturday.Rev. The interment took place at Crosby In' event of the European situation Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Roberts, of the home of his grandparent, Mr.

90 refrigerators of J. L. Strickland filled his appointment cemetery Sunday Rev. B. I). Law should get worse, then the possibility Worthington"Springs were the guests and Mrs. George Strickland, and the y
7,168 quarts or
terries. Shipments picked up some at the Baptist church Sat- pastor of the First Baptist church, of of the United States sitting in the of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews Mon- remains were Interred Sunday afternoon .
: '
urday and Sunday. Starke, officiating. .A large concourseof at the Klngsjey cemetery, Th
quarts were conferences abroad again, either as
when Ilf76
Monday On Monday 148 refrigerators Gilbert H. Barker left Saturdayfor relatives and friends escorted the mediator or a* active participant with day.Shepherd Moore and Rhoda Bennett little grave was covered with beauti-
:shipped. Jacksonville where he will visit remains to their last resting place Earl Whitten and Helen Nau- ful wreath. and flower brought by .
: and crate were used. the allies, grows. It i il this situationand ,
one this date relatives for a few days and then go among whom were the following out its probable development that right attended the movies In Starke loving hands.
The season's movement on visit with friends. of town people: Mr. and Mrs. T. B. '
quarts. to Tavares for a make the Versatile treaty twice rejected Friday night. Mr. and Mr*. Brown thank the
last year was only 814,552 thus fare Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and daughter, Tfllis,* of Waldo, Mr and Mrs. O. P. still not out of calculation Rev. J. T. Barnes of Sturk!, filled many friend who assisted them durIng

:while the output this'movement season of last Winifred, wpre visitors to Jacksonville : Dyal, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Green Mr. from ,American American consideration his appointment at the Baptist church the illness and: after the death of e
'exceeds the entire Monday. and Mrs. J. McCIenaghan and Elmer with the league and other ob Sunday. the little one, a. well, as all other

reason 273,679 quarts. still be J. E. Morris of Bronson, spent last Alvarez, of Jacksonville.: The floral jectionable features eliminated. A. B. Canova and Capt. Dubose, of for the sympathy extended to them ws

The markets are reported to Sunday here with H. C, Wimberly. offerings were profuse and tasteful. Suggestions about American mission Sanderson were transacting business in their bereavement.A v
good enough todemand a fancy Mackery left Sunday
Miss Lillian afternoon.
here Monday
with Ellhu Root and
berries Europe
the to
but the ripening of many of for Lawtey to visit friends for a few FRANK HOLLINGSWORTH WILL their Earl Whitten and Helen Nauright, CORRECTIONIn
down other eminent statesmen at
in tends to keep BUILD ,
coming overripe lead, are wholly premature it i i. reported Brady Rosier and Rhoda Bennett -
prices. On all three days days.Misses Lillie and Ethel Griffis. of visitors to Lake Butler Sunday writing up a case recently tried
Influential were
berries sold as low as 12 1-2 cents Lawtey were visitors here Sunday. F. C. Hollingsworth has begun the in Washington. Certain before County Judge Green wherein 4

and ,a few at 10 cents. Good stuff Lee Harvard, of Gainesville was erection of a six-room bungalow on advisers are counseling President night.A large crowd attended the burialof F. M. Crews was complainant and the

went as high at 30 cents Friday and transacting business here Saturday.Mr. his land on the Theressa road opposite Harding to Invite Europe to Henry Whitehead Sunday morning Seaboard railway company was defendant l i

to 85 cents Saturday. Yesterday, 33 and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Misses his present residence. Tom Hem com to America. Others are urging tHe Sapp cemetery. our scribe made the error of I

1-2 cents. was the highest price paid. Beth and Winifred Wimberly and ingway will have charge of the buildIng hi into send America to Europe. at A. T. Mlzotl. Violet and Bernice Ml- stating that E. M. Johns Esq'., represented ,

I Miss Ethel Ricks motored to Lawtey and no pains will be spared to PR'OYTERIAN- I aril were visitors to Starke Wednesday . Mr. Crews, and D. E. Knight
CARD OF THANKS make the bungalow a substantial as '

Sunday and visited friends. afternoon. Esq., represented the railway comps
I well as a handsome structure. n,.. It should have been the
friends another week Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes, of
Safely through
We wish to thank our many METHODISTSunday This is the first new residence erected Mr. Johns is the regularly appolnte4
during the God ha brought us ,on our way SWke are visiting friend.,bere.
assisted us Starke for long time
who so kindly' In or near a i attorney for the Seaboard. h
the death of lour son' i will the beginning Let u* now a blessing seek.
Davis It
Illness and after school 10 a. m., I* A. and we hope prove DOBSON
Dr. King for his kind boom Starke.J. Waiting In JIll court today
Henry and also superintendent. of a building for NOTICE TO TilE PUBLICIn
of need.. Sabbath school at 10 a. m.Sermon'at -
time '
services rendered in t Easter musicat Mrs.
Preaching and special Dobson March 215Mr. and -
Mr Mrs. Whitehead, Lake But H. Newsom has sold his: 60-acra 11 a. m., subject, "Jesus order that the Telegraph 1
.and 1 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. followed by Joe Andrews attended service at Cypress may
the Resurrection
1I northeast of town to end ,
ler. I Epworth League, 6:45 p. m. farm two miles Grove Sunday, reach its subscribers within a reasonable *

Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 Mrs. Armed J. Flannlgan, of Scottsville the Lord's Supper. M. H. Hurst was a business visitorto time during the present insufficient
OF THANKS Va. Mr*. Flannigan's. family Christian Endeavor, 6:45: p m. ;
CARD Lake Butler Saturday. postal car service, we will be
p. m. consists olj her son, S. W. Flannlgan Topic: Lesson from the First Eas
those Your presence is solicited. Carlos Gord'in and John Hurst wore compelled to have the forms closed
We hereby warmly thank the J. C. DIGGS and a niece, Mia Bessie Flannigan. ter. a..1timaens" i visitors to Baker Sunday. about 11 'a. m. Thursdays Contributors ,

who so kindly assisted us during and after Pastor. They have already taken possessionof 7:30 p. m., sermon. Subject, Mr. and Mrs. Judson Hurst, Messrs. and advertisers will pleas bear 1 ,

illness of our beloved one their new home, and Mr. Flanniganwill Gordon Jones and Curtis Harris attended this in mind and not send anything :

her departure. We also thank those Mrs; 1* A. Davie:; Jr., returned home begin operation* at once as, a Prayer meeting, Wednesday evenIng. services at Cypress Grove Sunday i for publication later than Wednesday I' 1 i:

who brought and sent the magnificent Wednesday afternoon from a trip to strawberry grower and general far afternoon. c
funeral.A DAVID LANDER v. D. M: Wy
flower gifts for the Jacksonville. mer. 1 j.t

.L. Alvarez and Family. : I


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t Sr FRIDAY. MARCH 25.; 1921.
f -
\ ; .d..4 ... . . . . in trained nursing. r -
fr.- BBBBBB1
Miss Nelle Roberts was a visitorto

i .,, S- 'H. W. Boring, a well-to-do Kan- Jacksonville Saturday. WHAT you lose

f .> *as farmer, says he has gained.' Mrs. P. L .Dinkins and children, of failure'

News Items *. twenty pounds and is in better Jacksonville, are spending a few day most t* added to tx&inffco '<

County t general health than he has been with relatives. *-it baa to be paid lor.Calumet .

.> in )'ears. since taking' Tanlac. Miss Emma. Andrews of Starke,
tv ca t> A I spent the week-end with her parents, I, Baking Powderwin

\ j l ter.tlntf facts Gathered During the Week br Our ,. . . . . . . ,. returning to her studies at the B. H. I save you all ol that. Because \ '

r ..: Regular Corre pondent.. S. Sunday evening. I.I when ) low Every jther*baakkbeg
", L., H. Hill was attending to business no is tweet and paIatable-atKlx ,

!:J... in Jacksonville Wednesday. moist tender and delickm to 1
. -- - stays
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Brown of Starke spent bite.That's .
| Marcus the last tasty
WATERMILL turned from Windermcre.; Sunday! hen at the home of his parents
Mrs. Elva Abernathy of Jacksonville . a bigsavingbutthat
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown.
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Sunday at the home of Mr. isn't alL You save when
Mr. and Mrs. John Teston, of Jacksonville
( Watermill l, March 26.-Henry Mar- buy Calumet and you Aft
and Mrs B. Surrency. JOG
+ key was a business visitor to Brooker were visiting relatives in when you me it.
{ Wasdin andiFrances/ Murrhee
Wednesday.' Math Lawtey Sunday.

h... Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodge: spent attended church at Sampson Sunday. Ham. I Rev. H. H. Black! was a visitor, to

Wednesday afternoon at Sampson vis-j, Miss Gracey Fogg, of Lake Butler, Starke Wednesday. C e

., Jting Lem Brown, who has been very spent the week-end" with her brother, o rt Mrs. W. H. Edwards was a visitor

ill j Chesley Fogg. to Jacksonville .Monday.-
Thomas ,| !Math Wasdin was visitor to Sampson Alex Howe of
Mrs. Viola end daughtets Gainesville was a

spent Saturday In Brooker shopping. Saturday. guest Sunday at>the. home of Mr and .

( "r E. M, Hazen, of Pine Hill, was here !i J. V. Jones and wife of Hampton, Mrs. A. A. Smith. CALUMETBAKING

Friday afternoon. j i i were in our burg Sunday afternoon. David Durban Jr., of Jacksonville, ,
business visitor ,t Misses Linnie and Leola Fogg spent with his Mr.
,t vW. R. Hodge was a spent Sunday parents, POWDERIt '
to Pine Hill Saturday afternoon. Sunday with Mattie Ogden. and Mrs. David Dur'. rl.

,e Mrs. 0, W. Thomas and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McKinney, of Henry Burney was transacting bus -: w 'I'EST'

9 i Miss Bertie, were' viiitors to Lake Sampson spent ,Sunday here., Incas in Jacksonville: first of the week.

t Butler Friday. Messrs. Math Wasdin and wife, Gus Loadholtz, of Jacksonville, via. i

!t .' Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brown left Will Jones, Misses Equilla Dixon, Bessie ited relatives in Lawtey last week. ,

: Wednesday for South Florida, where Abernathy and Frances Murrhee I'aul L. Dinkins, of* Jacksonville, reasonable in cost and !

M they will spend a while visiting the I]I motored to'jfjarnflton: .lake Sunday "Since Tanlac! has ,olmrcome'S/ visited relatives in I. iwtey Sunday. possesses more than the or-
a tatter's Mr. and Mr. A. A. af'l' Ed Clark Worthington, was the
parents, ternoon. troubles I have gained I of dinar?leavening strength. You pay c.--
Riley. Miss Bessie Abernathy of in weight and am 'in better general guest of his ulster, Mrs. Jesse Reddish leas and use less. You get the incut !.--".. Cslae

Wed4>P is i spending a few days with her health th n 'for years past," was the Monday.' .; In purity dependability and"boIeRecIpe

friend Francis Murrhee. straightforward statement made a Ossie Prevatt, of Jacksonville, vis aomene a. U cupof butter,

I Eva Tyler was shopping In Brook. Harry Eddy of Mounteoeba, attended few days ago by H. W; Boring, a ited relatives near Lawtey Saturdayand .,..: In every way-it is the best lt tad pe ugar.ZHI eranu-

Bible school here Sunday. prominent and' well-to-do1" farmer living Sunday.E waytokeepdownbakhgooets.That flour.1
er Friday. cup cop.
I what has made It the world' big-
W. R. Rodgea and daughter were' Mr. and Mrs. John Eddy, Mr., and at Ovgrland-Park; Kans. E. Bumey was transacting business : ; powder-has kept water 2 level

, in Biooker Saturday on business 'I Mr*. Johns, of ,MounteochaP were visitors "During the' two years I suffered In Jacksonville Tuesday'. ; gaefffavorite of million of housewives met teaspoon BakiPowder. Cab I. >'

'I 1', Tom Markee returned home Monday J to our town. Sunday afternoon. I tried everything I knew 'of to get M{. and 'Mrs Brady Bryant, of __ for more than thirty ,ean. 1 .._. II

'' from 'two weeks stay with his Viola Reynolds, Oscar Wasdin Henry relief,' but nothing seemed to' reach Jacksonville, visited, relatives in the Good wholesome- baking can benadeeol spoon lemon)

C*. brother'at Macclenny who has been and Clarence Padgett were visitors my case until I tried Tanlac. My Rosier settlement Sunday. J." !l of good material i8, DO yolkof egsm.!|

d' very ill,' but i I. somewhat improved lo Sampson Sunday. I appetite was poor and my digestienwas W. II. Bart was a business visitor '. other'way. so use only good baking regular Tbenmbc.In,.t *>-j

1 at this time. Miss Lois Moody is spending a few I so bad I could hardly.retain my to Macclenny last week.B. \t' ii WCIer. anJV L'' >od, pinto I -flour (1 not I Itigflour S- '

F E. D. Jones, of Sampson City, wasa days with her uncle at Sampson this food. Nothing seemed to agree with L. Blanchard is spending this tedf ).

visitor here Sunday. week. the; in fact I was almost a confirmed week at his home here but. will return -

Evan Hodge and Tom Markee attended Dewey and K, B. Murrhee were visitorg dyspeptic. My whole system seemed to his work in Jacksonville Monday .
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prayer meeting. at Dedan Sun to Ziff Sunday. to be out of shp. I would 'have .
day afternoon.' pains across the- small of my back so About 600 crates of strawberrie Crosse, spent Sunday afternoon here ily to the T. r. Ward '=OttB.he.I .

; Mack'.Kelly, of New River was In i MILLER ba
this section Sunday afternoon. aro I\d. which is the largest shipment for one' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sowell, of LaCrosse of Gainesville tpenl Sunday: here.H. .

kI Mr. and Mrs I, W. Pinholster and Miller, March 25.=Rev. E. B. Joy- "My nerves were allunstrung andI day this season. The prices still remain spent Sunday afternoon here. S. Warren of Hardee nj.ent the

1'? Misses Mana Andrews, Inez ,Aberna ner filled hi*.regular appointment, at would become upset. at. the least good and the quality of the fruit Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster and xuek-end here!! \\ ith his hardy

> K k thy and Cantey Oliver, of Brooker.Saturday little 'thing. I.seldom slept'.well at is fine' There were three refrigerator Inei Abernathy were visitors to There will be Easter services and

,,1 dlt Were here Sunday afternoon. and Sunday. night and finally became so weak and cars besides a large number of refrigerator Worthington Thursday afternoon. a program of special music Sunday

Mr. and Mrs A. H. Warren spent Ii. S. Miller was a business visitor.1 rundown that I lost weight rapidly. I boxes- and open, express Collie Weeks of Santa Fe, and Herman morning: ,at the Free. Will. .Baptist

l !;. Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs W. R to Lake Butler last week ft\ was also troubled a great deal with shipments.The Moody, of, LaCrosse, were here !I church. .

Warren, of Graham. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Thomas, of catarrh and of mornings had to spend usual quietude of Lawtey was 1 Saturday afternoon. I I Mrs. T, C. Hazen and little son,
...... Mrs. Terry Roberta of i is New River visited the ..latter'. broken Tuesday about 9 Inez Abernathy
' 3 Graham parents j a half hoar or more clearing up my morning spent Friday shopping : Da*>. Miss Eunice Hazcn, Mrs. L. A.
: t upending a while with, her daughter; Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Thomas Sun head. o'clock when it was reported that lit. in Alachua. Brown and daughter, Ins, were shop

1 ," Mrs O.'W. Thomas.J. tie Carl Padgett Brown had been hit Lewis Shriver and sister, Marguerite ping in Alachua Tuesday.B. .
day.Eurie "This is just the condition I was
't'' Goodge and Ion were visitors totIt' Brown was in Lake Butler on in when I begarf,taking Tanlac and with an ink bottle thrown by a negro and Veda Watson, were in Gainesville . Y. P. U. at the Free Will Baptist .

s' Brooker Saturday, business Saturday. convict in the high school building. Friday"afternoon: church Sunday'night. '
it certainly has been blessing to
, 't, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodge: and eon. Seeber Stokes made a business tripto a Several boys and girls were going up Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, El-
me. It Just seemed to be made
>v Eugene, Misses "Bertie and Alva and Worthington Monday. eg the stairs to the second floor when don Baxter and sister, Edna, spent ZIFF.
for I
" ,I I" , Merrill Thomas enjoyed a fish fry at Wilbur BroWn and sisters, Misses from pecially the My case.digestion improved now is about halfway "up .a negro, lookingout Saturday afternoon in Gainesville.' -

\\\t\ the pond Saturday. Mabel and Pearl were in Lake Butter through: the transom over the Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and .
1L I perfect.and regardless of what I eatI Ziff, March 25.-Mt... Mary Thomas
: ', :. 'Mr. and Mrs. P. A, Crosby and I Friday afternoon. door at the head of the stairway, son Paul were in Alachua.
never suffer any bad aftereffects."The and daughter, Lomie made busl'ness !
. : I''' daughter Bernice, passed through I A, A. Miller,. of Valdosta, visited across threw the bottle. A crowd aoon gathered Mr. and .Mrs. M. A. Clemens and a
pains my back have trip to Brooker Saturday.
7 ) here Saturday enroute to Lawtey hie'brother, II. S. Miller, last week. at the school building and thoroughly children were in the Pine Hill section
1' entirely 'disappeared. The catarrh II. E. Thomas and Purvis Lewis
" Mrs. .J. A. Markee spent Sunday Algar Thomas, who 'is working in searched It from top to bottom Sunday afternoon.
" j I has left me, too, and my head is per. spent Sunday evening in the Louise
1' visiting her son at Mac lenny.t the Lake Butler Bank, spent the week j I clear. I and the bushes, in the vicinity cov Mr, !and, Mrs 1/1. P, Matheny and '
jfectly am no section
j l longjL.ner;,
\ end with homefolk, '' > J wfi.t"" have i"Ered thoroughly but the man could sons, Emra And Ortho, and L. A.

tr q 'ii.:} t GRAHAM Miss Virgie Thomas.spent! l Iaet week I Vous and rest night. I I ;u;At__ KM__ fstitttsl.._n_. _fl4hirAal...._. KafATswi__...-,. trnc4.weld .._._.. I Brown were in Worthington ThursdayHLbVrllUUIl Miss Avy Starling has returned
; regained my lost weight and am feel .. home after a few days visit at f.ra.horn. .
with her sister M. Mott found. Mrs. Pearl Jones ------
'i ; Mrs J. of a I u.- ---- -- ---
' I q Graham March 25. j I ing better and stronger than I have
I. -Marvin Ogder.11 \ .
Lake Butler. teacher, rep6ft6ti that strange: noise I Among those from here attending"
.11 ''t wa a business, visitor to Ziff Tuesday in years. I am going to keep Tanlae schoo 1:I Misses Rhoda, Lomie and Alva
Mr. and Mrs.'O.. ThufflsJ. attended were heard in the ratio of the the fish fry given at Dukes Ferry on,
I j 'I J >f j.ri. : "i"<"RUH the birthday dinner of,Mm Cone I my"house BO it will be handy at al during the day before. Thursday were, Mr. and Mrs. E. B., I Thomas, Altha, Opal and L. O. Lewis,

f, f f wa Walter a visitor Monday.of ,Sampson nf-_ .MIA..v.-.._ -lInd.vnH -..__.... 'I Tanlac Is sold In Starke by Turner's'I Last Friday night the Young'' Peo' Andrea and son, Ray, Mrs. P, M.''I I Eugene Crosby those and Menzie attended Groover

Mr. Everybody invited to attend the' Drug Store.-Adt. pie held an election of officers, as follows Barefoot and daughter Inez, S. V. were among! who pray.
'e" and,11. J. B. Eurnsed returned

from Ziff Easter egg hunt Saturday afternoon. : Andreu and family, Miss Tave An-: cr meeting at Dedan Sunday.

4 ,Lewis Byrd Tuesday.of Orlando, was visiting J. L. Brown Is ort the sick list this'I LAWTEY President, Mike Futch. dreu. Mr. and Mr*. I. W. Pinholster, Mr and Mrs Harry Howard and

relatives here week. 1st V-President. Mrs. H. Black. L. R. Gainey and family, Mrs.: J. D. daughters Gainesville, were in bur
Tuesday March;266
s Mr. and Mrs. O. W. H. C. Peoples wa a business visitor Lawtey, R. R. Thede, 2nd V-President Mary Boyer. Baxter and sons, Pitt, Harvey and burg last week
Dyal business
; v. visitors to the county were seat on to Lake City last week.. (1 lof the firm of Thede-Moore company, 3rd V-President, Joyce Terry. Grady. ..:'i' We are glad to rep'oft the little,ton

8 Tuesday. A goodly number from Providence t met with a peculiar accident Satur 4th V-President, Mrs. J. T. Moore, Jno. Surrency and famttyT'of" of K. Mills very much improved at

attended church here Sunday night. day morning. A rope was fastened to Secretary'Flora Brown ham, spent Sunday at the home of this writing,
Levy Prescott 'of Ziff, was hereon I the ceiling with a large tack and In Mr. and Mrs. '..
.: business Inman Harrison, of Worthington, Treasurer, Eva Reddish. R. T. Osteen. John Thigpen was in Brooker Sat
Tuesday i pulling it down with a jerk the end Junior Little Artford Brown
was in this community recently. Supt League Mrs. Bumey. was on the urday.
to Starke Ogden was a business visitor The Miller basket bait team will I with the tack hit him in the eye with Tonight the young people will be sick j lift last week. J. W. and R. P. Lewis were ir.
,: Avy Starling of meet the Little, Spring team on the considerable force; It Was very pain. entertained at the club house. The prNftteterm of school taughtby Brooker on business Saturday.
'Ziff. the
t p spent Lake Butler court Saturday afternoon I fol all day Saturday with increasinghltensity Special Easter service "at Grace Miss Eunice Hazen closed Friday.
), week-end with'her aunt, Mr*. Rufus -
for match and Sunday morning hi. church Sunday morning and Mrs. A. J. Sowell
t.' Johnson. a game. S / evening. was on the sick CROSBY LAKE
partner J. 7* Moore accompanied him The Ladies Aid list last I
was entertained last week.
Mr and Mrs. N" II. Stokes
Dewey Murrhee were
1 was In Sampson
r' on Jacksonville
,- c'' .. business Tuesday. trading in Worthington Friday I care to of Dr. haggle where for he several will bennder days. Thursday at the home of Mrs. 3. T. H. P. and I* R. Gafney were iri the Crosby Lake, March as-H.: H. Ben'

\' Frank Reynolds visited relativesnear B. E. Brown made a business! trip Mr. Thede went to Jacksonville Sun. Moore. Pine Hill section Monday morning. ,I ton and family, of Daytona, spent the
Starke Wednesday, to> Lake Butler recently.' 'I afternoon There will be an Easter 'egg hunt Michael Andre, ,('pf Jacksonville; i week-end here with relatives. They
's day and returned home'
t Mr. J...C. Ward of-Providence In on at the Baptist church Saturday after was in town Friday afternoon. came through
B. Parker and daughter Ltn- was \ II by automobile.
Monday with the that he would
.' nie, of Brooker spent Wednesday at this community Monday. ;J I I probably ,,not'lose news his eye' as was at the noon other at 3 p. m. Sunday schools of A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville, was at-1 I I I Mr. and Mr. J. >{. Norman and!f

the home of,O. W. Dyal. Tom Moore of Lain visited friendsIn I' first thought. His friends trust he churches invited. tending: to1 business here Monday af children were guests of H. M. McRa
/ O. W. Dyal this section Sunday. Rev. Boyer preached Monday. night ternoon. Sunday
spent Tuesday
fishing will soon recover entirely from the I
' .Ji at Sampson lake. J. S. Howard, of Dukes, was hereon I I effects of the accident.W. at the Baptist church. Drs. Noble and Allen, of Jacksonville Mrs. T. Ml: Norman, cf Jacksonville,
Dewey and K. business recently. Rev. Black will use for his theme were here Monday afternoon. is visiting: her
I B. Murrhee were visitors E. Torode was transacting business parents, Mr. and Mr
Sunday morning "From Bethany to S. V. Andreu spent Monday H. M. McRae
J I to Sampson Thursday I in Jacksonville Tuesday Gethsemane." at New : this week.
'' River fishing. --
Jake Kinnard, of Waldo was a holiness i
Mr* Grover Hlghsmith and baby
: Joyce Terry and Louise Blanchard L W. Pinholster and niece Pile Cured la 6 '
5. visitor here Wednesday. They Qe TogeUter.H returned to their home In Jacksonville Mana I ttf 14 D8711"
I I Ethel and Truby Dyal, of ZIff, were who would gather roe e aaad Friday after spending several days I this graduated from the junior high school Andrews, were out in the Watermill Dmaakta tocurellchln.Bard I "h'Dd algaer:If tAZt3 OINTMENT fallor
year. section
here Wednesday. not fear thorn here at the'home of her parents Rev. Sunday afternoon. | fated iaat.ntly rolnvea: t\oh\: Piles, end on cea s..1
Hunt of t4lrunrr
Jacksonville O. W. Thomas Iuwt ,
was a in aaratital trip e'"ICascarets"
A crowd Nof was town Satur
young folk enjoyed a and Mr D.
E.. Boyer. Miss I
i Mary visitor in I
t fish fry Wednesday afternoon at Fort To Cure Cold la On. Day Boyer her home town Monday. day. j un__
tlf ml. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE:(T btat. > It and returned J. J. Morgan
; : Harley. Among those present were UHMthvC-mMlh and I1e.d ch. and work elf tintCuM. to Lawtev Mondav. spent Saturday'
j Misses Math, Riley, and Leroy Wasflln 11:.W.GROVE*, ...Dac....on cub boa. JUu. Mrs. R. Rr Thede- was-a visitor to BROOKER tending to business in Gainesville.

Marvin Ugden will Jones, and Jacksonville Tuesday. S Brooker .Marc"'i:2ii.Re': : T. P. Ward, of Colon, N. C., is hereon ff
{. Ridenour, a visit and
Tommy Oldham looking after business
1 Misses Equilla Dix Advice for R. D. Bennett was a visitor to the of Gainesville filled his
regular al'alrs.M. .
E Young Girls appointment
on, Frances Murrhee Mattie and Min county seat Wednesday.Mrs. '

nie Ogden, Mra. Riley Wasdin. Belie vorite Roanoke Prescription Va.-Dr.U aa fierce'excellent Fa 1.. H. fill was s visitor to Baptist here church.Sunday at the Missionary River. Monday P. Matheny afternoon.motored to' New'I I Sick or Biliousurel

Abernathy of Tamp, and Martha Jacksonville Wednesday.
saedlcln Mr.
to give Shackleford of Lake
' Britt, of Mlcanopy. City, was Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Seville and little
Mrs. H.
;young girls "bo.uffer. C. Wimberly and daughter attending" to business here i
9 Mr. and Mra. Autumn Youngblood, Thursday. grandson of Grahamapentthe weekend urel) Let a plcaaaat, harnt-
One of Mis Winifred, of Highland, were E. J. Ward, of I hew 0.-- won white
of Waldo, were business visitor here Bty daughters baa visitors to Lawtey Gainesville was in here at the home of G. W. Bevill. r I.. you sleep and
Wednesday. here
4' Wednesday -. G bean very d.Uoat* ,' Mr.. J. H. !.Moore. was a visitor to Mrs.Monday Will Andreu attending and to business. F. M. Beville was In New River atufDacla: awl and bowel, 1M&d mov i g

John Thigpen of Ziff, was here on for some time Buffered Jacksonville today. New eon, Guy of Monday afternoon. I aiq e 1bOr1I I<<. ( W ...
business Saturday. with func River, were here Tuesday.Mr. Rev. E. B. Joyner of Dukes will 10, orod0 emi b ...
n Rev. J. J. Treadwell
tional district Obildna
dtatae- superintendent Wilson, of IoN this
Gainesville was in fill his I candy oatbartle too.
Joe Durchell regular appointment ,
v was a business visitor fcaaces and every of Jacksonville, filled his town Thursday here next
to the county seat Saturday, winter would bewoul first quarterly appointment at Grace Alvin demons 'who is Saturday and Sunday at the Free Will I Ask Your Soldier Boy How -CooUeii'' '
sick and I attending Baptist
:'' Irving Dyal was a business visitorto 11 church.
Methodist Got
I Sunday Such
A holdHe91
school a
rl have to have the at Baldwin, was here Saturday Percy Woods I
Waldo Saturday. \ attend*4 church here
large '
congregation in
was attendanceand tell
Messrs. Malcolm you that the battlefields
f Mr. 'and Mrs. Walter Edmondson would be weak and rvous art ht the.message he brought Harrell Seeber Sunday night. of
And of Sampson winter a friend advised was ap Edwards, Misses Ruby and Georgia Mrs. U. D. Johns andSon. I Europe were swarming with rats \
family, spent Sunday 'Favorite her taking preciated by all. The conference pre Edwards, of Bradford of New which carried the dangerous vermin
with her parent, Mr. and Mr.,Aired! done her Proscription' and It has ceded the preaching service attended services laver, spent Monday afternoon here. and \
a 'world of here Sunday caused our
Rood -flho im In night Mr. men misery. Don't let
,McKinney. I. J better health .than over forAor: 'I Mrs. W. E. Torode was a visitor to Rand Crew and Arden Crosby In and Mrs. Mott, of Hague,.were I rats bring disease into home. ;
were town your
1 Friday.Besure .
1 Oliver and Gracy Sparks, of Moun- would advise mothers not to let their Jacksonville Wednesday. In When
.teocha attended Bible school here on !girls *ufr>r. give them the Prescrtp.tion.MKS. Miss Eunice Dinkins returned Starke Saturday afternoon. and attend B. Y. P. U. next '{I see the first: one get RAT
to Shep Dukes, of Dukes That will'finlah
SARAH E. HAYNE was in town Sunday night them quick. i
$ which
\afternoon. will
Sunday her Home last be
1614 Loudon Ave.N. W. AU week after spending Sunday afternoon. conducted Three sizes, 85c 65c
druggist by Group 125. Sold and
2. I I
Graves and family have re-
J. A. some time in Atlanta, taking
a course E. S. guaranteed
Gainey and family of La. J. S. Forsyth has moved his fam- I I Adv. by D. C. Jones, Starke.I .-



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PAGE SIX BRADFORD____ _COUNTY__ _TELEGRAPH...___ __ _STARKE.______ .--- --- _n ____ -

''IrBradford y County FarmersTHE I t e ,

,,t,' WONDEIiri'L: VELVET BEAN:: row and the vines will not be so heavy Brevard-Bee club members now- 'Every man in 4te '

as to.hinder the harvesting of the busy. Citrus honey flow now. on and -

a The census of 1909 showed only I corn. There are dozens of methods pf all members are going through hives

8.303 acre velvet beam in Florida. ;( planting! beans, and on every farm and getting them in good shape. New class knew 4 he ,: '>

Thin crop produced 114,404 bushels of conditions are slightly different, and members ordering supplies and bees. : answer .t.

beans, which wan valued at 152489. therefore, no one method Is suited to Many will requeen this summer and o "f'e/1l

The final figures of the bureau of crop all conditions. have only Italian bees in place of the ,, kl."

estimates according to Sam T. Field ,,I But one point stands out undebat- blacks or hybrids. Club larger than PROFESSOR HASKINS.. ONE DAY he bad a. tube. i,. ,
r . ;
ing, chief agricultural statistician, able, velvet beans (or any other legume last year and more interest being ,, '
ti WAS A kindly souL OF RADIUM and bo told. V ,
'Y1' show that Florida grew 350,000 acres ) improve the soil and no rotation shown In work than before. Considerable "fl . . '

of velvet beans in 1920. Of this crop plan should exclude them. Beans interest being taken by citrus L BRIGHT ON some subjects. THE STUDENTS all about It. ; .
f '
. .
L approximately 104,000 acres were and peas are good feed and money growers in spraying for orange thrips '. .

1 harvested for (Train,. producing 1,300- crops and in addition furnish the most Several demonstrations will be madein BUT SO .absent-minded.. ANiS FINALLY. . by mistake. \ "".

'_ $ 000 bufchcl with a value of aver $2- economical source of nitrogen known. spraying for both thrips and rust THAT ONE day at the barber' INSTEAD OF the tube. .. :...

600,000. Their culture means prosperity. mites. a . . '. f. 'b' .
of the HE TOOK off his collar. HE PULLED out one. ;tE; .t
The remaining 246,000 acres -
. . ,'
1920 crop TO GET shaved. OF HIS cigarettes : ,
(4r; livestock or wee turned under for soil A SECRET PASS WORD . . ",?- -
improvement I'utnam-I showed five reels of pictures AND FORGOT where he was AND ASKED tbs class. ';.,>.:'

culling and care of poultryat . ,
The value of this unharvested acre on Macon Gi. March, 16.-"Will he
which the 4 AND KEPT right on. "WHAT IS the one thing. >"+i.
the local theatre, manager '
age cannot be definitely) stated in ride"-was a "pass word" among express . . .-

terms of dollars! ; but part of its val kindly turned over to us for this messengers, E. M. Alsabrooktold ; : "'" : TILL THE cash.girl! screamed. WHICH DISTINGUISHES. "','"

; ue, as a winter feed and grazing crop show. There were about 175 present a jury in federal court here today \'lAtw, . .. \
to sec these pictures, all of which ,, AND A barber stopped him. THIS MARVELOUS substance. .
Official show ,

:%r can be estimated. reports I to determine whether other messenger . . ..,
less interested in poul- >
that last year's crop averaged about were more or to whom was to be entrusted ' .," HE WAS a groat smoker. FROM ALL others on earth?" .
back flocks
two tons of edible forage an acre. The try. Some had yard express loot, could be depended ,. .' . . .
ton value of this forage varies with others had good size farm yard flocks. upon'to make deliveries according to BUT HE'D often put. AND THE class roared.

,8, the value of the stock fattened upon The show was put on under the auspices . the plans of the alleged conspiratorsin ", ,. THE BURNT. .match In his mouth. . .
the local women's clubs. In "THEY'SATISFY.
it; but, with the shelled beans bringing of wholesale thefts from the company e e
around 12 a bushel, $10 a ton the Florahome community much attention "He's all right" was an "0. k.f AND THROV/away. .'

would be a conservative value. On is being given to sugar cane signal that the party would "do his WIIATIBltyou'vea1waYBwanted
with view of On THE CIGARETTE.
this basis, the 246,000 acres, produc- the making sugar. part," said Alsabrook.Alsabrook . answer. Chesterfields do it-they not
the whole found the in fair
1' ing 492,000 tons of forage/ has an ae* we cane was one of five employesof 20 for 20 cents HIS STUDENTS loved him. only please your taste they satisfy .

1, tual feeding value of close to $6,000,* condition. the company to plead guilty in the . It's all in the secret blend tIn
HE WAS BO full. fine Turkish and Domestic tobaccos.
000. potential,value of fir-tight paoe.g.s
This means a the Bay-Six more club boys have been trial of 64 men charged with conspl'racy Also obf.inb/. In round . It puts Chesterfields where none can
for .
$7,500,000 enrolled and lined up for the work. A to steal from the express com tin of SO, r.enum-.M/*<. OF FUNNY surprise touch them for quality and value.

bean crop of the state last year. I number Sf farmers are preparing landto pany. He followed C. R. Brinson to . .

Am a matter of fact, a large part of sweet potatoes for market. the witness stand, the latter continuo
w the unhsrvested acreage Is not graz Some land is being cleared and will ing his testimony of the day before.
ed, being grown for Its usefulness asa Alsabrook
said that he signed a
be planted to chufas for hog feed.
a cover crop, weed killer, humus- statement admitting his guilt after \
Fruit trees for home orchards conJinue -
r, forming and nitrogen gathering crop to arrive and the future for Bay being under a fire of questions in the

which can be interplanted with corn, office of Superintendent R. 11, Mayin I
.looks good for plenty of fruit.
or corn and peanuts at practicallyno rpunty this o to O O
city from 4 o'clock one after
t;, W. Dyer, of Wetapo is putting in
expense to these crops. a small acreage of carpet grass for noon until 2 o'clock next morning. After 0 o ah hof
The velvet bean was developed on-
pasture, Dr. L. T. Fields, of Panama signing the statement, he said, "I
.: ly 10 or 12 years ago by the Florida has Shorthorn was allowed to tumble over in a cor-
City purchased purebred
Experiment Station from crosses of bull to head his herd of grade ner and go to sleep;:' CIGARETTLIGaeTT
various tropical beans It is now
At a later conference, Alsabrook
cattle. The farmers of this countyare
third largest In acreage of all Florida '
said, he was urged by attorney's and
much interested In cooperativework & MYERS TOBACCO COL
crops, being exceeded by only corn his
grandfather, the latter in tears,
41 tons of fertilizer being pur- ,.
I and peanuts, to "come clean."
chased by one community.

Alsabrook, who Is only 20 enteredthe
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Alal'hua-The courtroom on crutches. He said
interest the boys' he often had transactions with E. E. careful about investing, nnd resultsin Americans in the following order. ;
club work has seemed very' keen worked in the Montgomery officeof .
Work' animals should be 'In
clipped and
the American Dunawuy, agent at Oglethorpe. Dun- poorer service less dependencythan John D. Rockefeller. .
spring as soon as danger of cold the clubs visited and enrollment Is Railway Express away he said, always met the train. can be expected from foreign George F. Baker .
before he road.
went the
still being made in company on
r weather is ,over. Otherwise they are many..communlties From 1918 "One time he asked me if I had anypecans. service.It William Rockefeller. .
September 1, to April
apt to take old when stabled for the '
I said 'yes and rolled a barrel Henry Ford. wj
1919, he said he had run from Eufaulato has been frequently shown that ,
night with sweaty coats. Horses and of 'em to him truck. I Mrs. E. H. y
on Harriman
Ozark out a the cost of operation identically the
St. Lucie-A great deal Alabama, and then from Al-
mules with hair more spraying
long sweat
profusely -
got the pecans from Albany, I don't same tonnage is vastly more Vincent Astor : ,<.
j Ga. expensive
bany Madison Florida
against citrus scab is being done to on the '
on warm days. To them in the
put remember whether the mark Edward H. R. Green. .
v express !
'I Atlantic Coast for the America ship than the "i'
this year than ever before. Car lot Line ;
table with a thick, wet coat of hair 'X ,.a
, ings were still them. He paid me J. Odgen Armour '
\ has about the lame effect as stabling shipments of Valencias are beginning Frequently, he said, he chatted withO. on foreign liMp,_and the finicky, and al "l .;. ?1
I ; r $25 for them week later. The Vanderbilts.Thomas '
{ most autocratic manner of the em- ;
E. Hood another 'j
+ them in a wet' blanket. Their skin is to move. Tomato'planta are looking messenger, and : I\\. "
Among other things left with Dun- ployes on an American hip add to the Fortune! Ryan. ,, tl
well in spite of the long drought. they conversed about money and Jor-
open, they soon lose the heat of work, '
and are apt to take cold at night.Of Some shipments of early cabbage and thefts, he said. On one occasion, }he away, he said, was a gun from Ithaca perplexity of the American master Daniel Guggenheim '.'.9 +.,'"".
t course they should not be clipped tomatoes are going forward, also hea- said, he asked Hood who he sold ''to N. Y.( which he said Dunaway and owner. Charles M. Schawb ::1r"'J; (ic\\ '

z' as long as there is danger of a vy shipments of beans.> and received the' reply, "I don't. pick-, could not sell and which he later sold In the south today, because the George Eastman. :\\ ,e'

"em.I ." to Charles Hunter. railroad is driven to extreme actlen on James B. Duke. :i- .
cold Knap, unless good warm stables '''
are available. Every man who has Manatee-The entire week was I He said he learned' who to sell to Similar disposition of automobiletires account of unreasonable conditions- The Harknesses. .

several work animals can afford to spent In Bradentown with the county from the messengers. raincoats and numerous other exhorbitant wages saddled upon the Pierre-S. DuPont.

buy a clipping machine. fair. Due to extra efforts we managed "Was there any particular expression things were described by the witness. A, B. & A by the government whenin Julius Rosenwald.

i In case it is not advisable or possible to have on display CO head of hogs used to designate whether you Charles Hardy, he said, bought one control during the war-commerce According to this authority "the

to clip animals, II. G. Clayton, district and pigs. This is the first year that could deal.with certain messengers?" shipment of petticoats for $5. is hampered and a considerable ter- most prolific sources of wealth in the '

' agent Florida Agricultural Ex- we have really had any hogs to speak asked Assistant District Attorney E. On cross-examination Brinson said ritory is without adequate train service -I past have been oil, steel, railroad,

; tcn lon Division, recommends that the of. Quality of exhibits was very C. Powers. that when the "Hawkshaws," as he The union workers being on a traction lines, banking, packing min

animals be fed a ration that will help good. I started one of the farmers "Yes sir we spoke of those as being termed detectives for the American strike are intimidating others who ing, and lately automobiles the futurehe

! r them to get rid I of the surplus hair. A on Bordeaux oil spray for scab and 'all right i Railway Express company, approached would gladly work, and state troops believes greath wealth' will come

bran mash once a week or a little linseed melanoso. Had conference *with district lie named railroad connecting point him about stealing from the com have been called out to prevent non from shipping, ship building, oil, met

meal, twice a week will start agent and president of the Fair; where he said the messengers framedup pany, they told him they would keep union men from being killed and railroad als, electricity, the exploiting] of for-

them to shedding Association, then went to Duette and their deals. him off the gang'If he would tell all; property-and that of the public c.jrn; fields, and eventually from aircraft -

had an organization meeting with the "I ran from Albany and Florala. he said that he didn't expected to be j I -from being destroyed. The govern- .

GROW LEGUMES WITH CORN Duette council. with C* R. Baker, a baggagemaster," prosecuted further when he pleaded ment should, at this late day, realize

fi he said when asked about this defend- guilty. the Imperative duty of protecting the A POME .

i1 Over three million dollars was they Osceola-An enthusiastic meetingwas ent. "On one occasion I sold him public. That unions, by their ill-got-

: , estimate of the velvet bean crop last held with the St. Cloud boys corn, some middy blouses. Often he askedme LABOR UNIONS TO BLAME j ten immunity continue to claim to be (Written for the Telegraph)

. year. That did not take into consideration poultry and pig club members. The what I had he could use. One day above the law. Abou Geo. Inman, may his tribe increase

{ the Increase in fertility of boys are in earnest and a strong club when I was In his car he asked me ifI Until the United States of America The Tampa Tribune is of the opinIon .

the soil as a result of this crop of is expected from their efforts.TaylorDelivered I I had any children's clothes. I told undertake. to protect the man or woman -,'; that union labor is committing su- Awoke one night from a deep dream

i bean.. If this more fertile soil could him I did not know, but } would go who desires to work, regardless tide and says: of peace,

P 'G' be added to the actual value of the a car of fertl- back and look. I found the middy of hfa or her affiliation with organiz- I We feel that the railroad brotherhood And by his bed saw, standing in the
beans izer at Shady Grove. Am putting a blouses and he them for 5."
and hay, the sum would be bought $ zed labor there will be little prosper- | are making a serious mistake in dim electric lightA
i much greater than three million dol movement on foot to get a 10,000 bu. The witness declared that he had in I scribe, who began to write _
ity this country and there need be standing out so stubbornly against
i Ian. capacity sweet potato storage house transactions W'ith O. B. Baldwin and The names of those, who tile most
r no speculating as to the cause of the any reduction of wages which are now
But how much will this year's vel built here this summer. was often asked by him, he said for farms had sold.
Idleness of American the
"! shipping or and always have been; far in excess of
vet bean crop be worth T Ceitainlyits different stuff. "He was bad pay" the Inability of American transportation the And is mine one? '

. much as last year's' and possibly Gadsden-I assisted 'in conveyingiOO witness testified. companies to carry on their importantwork general country.wage When standard throughoutthe fireman Nay, not so, the scribe replied.
; much editors members of the National The witness declared that he had a negro
, more with reasonable profit the investments Then Inman said, Just write me
on receives
more than $260 month .
''I Florida farmers should not fail tot Editors Association, from the western dealings with E.. W. Barbee and Lee and to the satisfaction of per a down as one' .

(P take advantage/ of the velvet bean. to the eastern boundary of the county Dix, Macon'men.. the public. Mention is being made, time shop laborer and nearly $150 for the same Who loveth Starke and all his fellow-
a call boy $138.50 it indicates
I t accompanied these editors for the "I sold Dix who baggage-
t They should be planted on every farm was a ; here and elsewhere of the steady men,
that conditions
It has become necessary to plant the purpose of telling them of the agriculture master at the time, eggs about'once a are badly demoralized And who-
growth of fleets in with
port, no cargoes
: and furnishes
a reason for
beans of the county and of the various week. I sold them to him time
among corn. The Florida agricultural every offered-American ships tied But then the writer vanished.The .
1. ranches of co-operation extended by : I[ had them He paid $8 a crate. up the Impending bankruptcy of the rail-
extension division recommends me next night he came and standing
anchor because
Ic or at the freight Is not roads.
' Raising the rates in a vain effort -
'I' this. At what time they should the state and 'federal departments.There I He told we that ho was selling the offered-press reports tell of the iee- there,
) make
{l'' be planted, or how thick they should are now 27 members of the eggs to the cafes in Macon. Most of up of an important railroad, because has to resulted revenue in meet expenses, Began to write the names of those
: k' be< boys clubs, and 7 adults (carrying on ; these being from ony stagnating busi-
, planted, are questions which vary eggs were shipped the men who have been getting; ub- and who did the best,
; ness aggravating the situation.The .
with some demonstration in farm, orchard: in Alabama." /
the circumstances.Some some point And 101! Abou Geo. Inman's led
surdbly high pay are not will (or not threat to strike and further name
farmers pasture their corn and garden crops. The prospects are Dix tried to buy a suit of clothes allowed com all the ,rest. -
) to accept com
is the
plicate matters
height of
l ,!' .and beans to bogs and cattle. In 'this encouraging. I from me," continued the witness, "butI pensation. The ships would sail with folly and selfishness. unpatriotic (With apologies to Leigh} Hunt.)
couldn't find suit that would fit
case the beans may be planted in ev- [ a
; full and the trains would
Polk-Citrus trees in full bloom, him. cargoes run I I Press reports indicate that there *
ery row and at the same time the with heavy freight and list No Worms In a Healthy Child
exceptionally! heavy, especially on Va- 'The witness declared that he had passenger would be no trouble in resuming work
com is planted.! If it In desired to if men and women who desire to work AU children troubled with Worm bars aa UfcbMlthyeolo -
encias and grapefruit. Prospects for I' on the A. B. & A. if workers .
harvest the plant the beans after were not *.which Indicacm poor blood",and u a
corn, another year's crop are encouraging were allowed to accept the wages and afraid of bodily harm. The situationIs role then u man or 1 lew stomach ttaUUDaaae.
". the corn has gained/ considerable conditions offered by shipowners and GROVE'S TASTELESS: : CHILL TONIC tlven reinlady -
headway and In second or thirdRAPE'S Many new tracts are being'opened up executives.One a disgrace to America-we are let for Swear three. weeks will enrich the blood.
every railroad .
here for development and, the plant- Ji ting a fraction oOthe workers of the Improve the dU* tlon.eod otMafaneral Stmuthnlng -

Ing of citrus; This county la preparring !' ( e of the most obnoxious acts that country domineer and dictate to the throw Toolo off ordl.pel to the whole the.worm.yUm...and Netnre we CbUd will will then ba .

to entertain the National Editors : congress has passed in recent years it whole country, and the results are perfect" health. Pleeiaot. to uke. TScperboule.Vo .

Association on the 17th and elaborate that which was called before its massage -:i disastrous and dangerous. Union la-

DIAPEPSIN plane are being furthered by the com I Give Sick Bilious Child the LaFollette bill, and the conditions -I I bor has no right to expect to maintain ,,: Stop a Couch Quick

mittee. The county will get in return imposed upon the shipowners'i by force unreasonable wages. take HA.Y )' HEALING HONEY; a

CORRECTS STOMACH, more than the amount of money invented "California Fig Syrup" and transportation companies, at the ;I. It would do well to admit the inevitable rough medicine which Mops the ooufih by

for entertaining by the advertising orders of the labor unions, make it I.' and not call down upon itself further healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissues.

ENDS INDIGESTION it must receive. Syrup impossible for this country to compete I I A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
condemnation. Times
t "Oaliiomi Figs" is the. Union. SALVE for Chest Cold. Head Colds and
brut "laxative: le" to < 'rape's Diapepsin" 11 the qultttatI Citrus-The time taken up this week sick, fcTWtsli chrl who is "bilious or world'ln the matter of freights. They I I AMERICA'S RICHEST MEN HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve

I surest relief for Ind Ignition/ Queue, with the melon and tomato growers: c-onntirwtcd.( Direction for babies and almost make it impossible to run should be rubbed on the cheat and throatof

Flatulence, Heartburn, bournou' Fermentation in getting the sprayers started in the children nn bottle. Tber love Its fruity ships at all for the requirements are The man who probably knows children suffering from a Cold or Group
2; Stomach Distress caused Beware "California" orynu
or taste I Say b..alla..m..t.
of Hayee
by acidity A few tablets give slmiMt melon fields and cultivation of tomatoes way not get the genuine reeoraimitulwl often impossible and the situation about rich Americans than any otHer side IS.Ib..1. with the HMltn be\ lfc. Hon.effect y tojombtoed of-

immediate stomach relief and shortly both crops being in very (good; by phywulans for over thirty created, wUh the vessel and cargo person is B. C. Forbes, who declares (the skin-soon tope...a.couab.ntb S.Ivs' threes the peen N

I I the stomach in corrected tIO you can eat shape with the exception of some disease Don't risk Injuring your hUd'. largely under control of the crew, and | Rockefeller is not worth much more rend ....packed In owe eaRea. sod tile
'f, favorite foods without fear. Large awe tender utonuwh, liver and bowels by *ocrptinfi -I of the oombin dIrestatsutIsSte.tlJunt .
in the melon fil'ld. but the growers subject to the whims and fancies of than half billion
drug store.. imitation fig Insist |I says Capper's
/ an syrup. ilk
your druUlat for
I' Million hyelped sanusUyat are after that now, upon. "C\&li ,,",Ia." the men, renders capital extremely Weekly. Forbes names the 17 richest HEALING HONEY. HAYES"

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RAIL STRIKE LOOMING and supplies. A verdict favorable to AN EDITORIAL ON BUSINESS individual e;lti5hells- which dictates. I. thrrfore. 0.-.*."-< tkat said------ .4 ;:

labor would lead, the executives deo' hoarding-wearing tho dark glasses i Matrimony. defendant I. and is hereby required non-resident_. f
Breach Widens aa Companies An The United States is "The Mldie!," 11. C. lUinner's charm to the bill -f complaint Died In said caul.
dare either to a test of the law with going througha of pessimism in order that we may log rouiuuf of Ne""ork or .before Monday, the 11 In day. of April on A.
nounce Cut in..YVages resultant strikes, or, general receiver period of adjustment of Jiving costs not see the sun of prosperity. dashed off In lioue lifeurn I). IV21. otlwr"'l-. the allegation of acid bill
a In s.\'U1\,11I will be taken aa confeaeed by aald defendant.
ship. and commodity prices. If every man or woman in the Unit street In order to ju-oxljo Us aUthor Jt Ie further ordered that thla order be

This country Is very near the edo Averageyearly wages of railroad'mp10)'es Readjustment and uncertainty always ed States will resume today the optimistic with funds "to eel: 1 umrrle l ou." I puhllshvd weeks In one the Bradford a week County for lour. consecutive. "

of one of the greatest industrial cir in the United States Increased have been inseparable] compan outlook and the optimistictalk I newspaper published In acid county Telegraph and slat, *a. j 4I '

flicts ever known as a result of the 130.1 per cent from 1915 to ions' The present condition of business which the situation justifies, and The Quinine That Doc.......01 Affect Tbc "L.':! This March 0, 1IIS1 0. W. ALDERMAN!: )'

dispute between the railroads and the 1920, according to figures compiledby was to be"exp ectcd and i. in a will then follow such attitude to its Iliyajnae Its Ionic mid lset'v rff..r$. LAXA ,I (ts*.l) dork Circuit ('.our!. $

great army of employes. The contro'! the bureau of railway economics.In tense, entirely normal. logical( conclusion by buying daily TIVE py anyone BKOMO without QUNINr.rnuslna: ran |..,.rind 1..k..n u 0,. C. A. Deputy KNIGHT.CU>rkSolicitor V

versy is Hearing a climax, with both 1916 the number of employes averaged But it is not necessary that present such merchandise an the family needs inthelicad.; L.W.UKO\t.Sulubox l.I l." j D. 1':. KNIGHT.for Complainant.
S-i l-tt-4-a
sides standing firm. Labor is determined 1,433,904 and the average conditions be continued. It is possible dictate, there will be no further. 'stagnation ,

not to yield any of its war time wage of all employee was $830. Last to enter a period of prosperity just as of business-no unemploymentand I 1 NOTICE TO KKLATItlM', ETC 1 OUUER: FOR PI'DU'ATION j.
i The next of kin ta tin1>t.. Wm. II Ilnote, In Circuit Court Stale of Florida. Eighth
prosperity, while the law of self pre- year the average number of employeswas quickly as the people of this country. last no artificial interferencewith 1 I dvroiwrd. tut. (it Bradford Count. Florida' Judicial Circuit. Bradford County. .In Chancery -

;,1.') serration is directing the railroads. 1,993,524, and the average yearjy' will the steady, gradual and safe return -I I and whom all It crrditon mar eonwrn.of Mild *will*..t.l.t nlmno. mid all take othnra J.. E.:. Nlckle.Complainant.. 4
nation I
!1;<'. While the outstanding feature in wage scale jumped up to $1,910. The are the plain facts*...*nd they of lowered cost of .living.-Tam. that on April IK. A. n. 11)21. I will appoint .- .

the controversy Is the effort of the total wages :paid in 1915 was $1,190. point your duty to .yourself clearlyand pa Tribune. S j ji!| .*.administrator creditor, of meld!of.utat.said estate or .om In. the fit' prr.Ron iihI ... J. Johnson vaC I I .

railroad executives to pay lower wa-'I 223,755, while last year the railroads unmistakably. .>. i I .(.11..*> of the n..l of kin to apply for mich Itofundant.. I '!
appointment, the, said mat* havingtx<*.n.ho..n It anlarlng by arida\lt ivnded to the ,
gea, in order, as they declare! to save paid out $3,808,886,000, or more than Merchants in every line of business BRADFORD to he IniMitod. ., anil rim-aned having bill fUnd in the stove atated. cause. that C. J. .
the roads from bankruptcy, and as three times what they paid out in must; accept -their inevitable losses _I..t'd. In Bradford County Florida, to time Johnson the dufenuant therein' namnl I. a
of hi. death and all known aMPta of aald MInto non-resident. of the st.te of Florida, and that
the first to reduce the present wages five years before. due to the drop in raw material III. .
move pricesof IH-IIIH altualMl In thy acid Iliudford countj. nxldcnc la IE7 1'ear Street, Valdo.ta. ,
record freight rates, the actual fight The railroad executives declare that their present stocks in accordance Bradford, MarcTi 25.-A peanut pop-., Florida. ti A.. and la over the .... of twenty-one years I V
I R. A. It l> therefore ordered that
GREEN. acid
ping non-realdent
was enjoyed by a large crowd of
1e on the issue of private or federal it is impossible to operate without with the cost of replacing those stocks County Judge, Bradford Countr., Hint orf'lurlda. defendant. be and I. hereby required to appear'
: loLl' youn gprople at the home of Mr. and BlRKt4lS.t to the. bill of complaint flied In laid raue on
ownership' The railroad executives by paying these today.
wages. Business They must tell! the public that
Mrs. O. W, or before Monday, the 4th day of April A,
assert that the brotherhoods are forcing has dropped off, due' both to the industrial this has been done. Barry Saturday night. I i A). 11)21. otherwlK the allngallors of aald: bll.
C, M. Andreu (t NOTKK and son, Sumner attended confessed by acid defend 1
the issue of high wages in an effort depression and the high rates And merchants are amply able to I 1 I II, the power ..te< to bankrupt"the roads and to have the companies say they must chargefor do this. Some have already done it. church at Miller Sunday1. law of the alat .f Florlla, the Board of II Is further. ordered. that this order. be 1mblialo'd .
Mabry Harrell of Jacksonville I'ubllo Inatruetlon of Bradford County hereby on.. a week for four conaeouUva weeka
the government assume control there freight.; For continuation of business it order* an election to be held In the following In the Bradford County Telogrftph.' a newa.paper .
spent the week-end with his parents, I I eperlal Sub rVthnot District, on Saturday. published In :said county and etate.
by making the Plumb plan, once rejected Despite the announcement that a is necessary that manufacturers have Mr. and Mis.. W. M. Harrell. April lath leiil for the l>unx... of electingthre This And day of Mart'),, A. D.
decisively by the country, a majority of railroad companies have orders. The merchant must place | tnistees and to determine. the amount ofmill. O. W. ALDFRMAN.
The many friends of Mrs. James ... to be .......... (Seal) Clerk, Circuit) Court.By .
reality. I posted notices for wage reductions, those orders now. It is amply proven I For the purpose of holding the said elwctlon. O. A. KNIGhT
All over the United States the the impression prevails among many that further depression of prices in Crews are ve"y sorry to hear of her j In District. No. 1. Thereaea, the following. Deputy C....... to
railroads serious illness and hope for her early I managers. haven' appointed) M. Hall, H. JOE: mu. WILLIAMS .
have announced cuts in wages railroaders that the proposed wage many raw material markets will be E. Moorer. O. W. Hlnson.For Solicit for Complainant B-4-CM-1 .
recovery __________ j,.
the of holding th said election
I purpose
and the result members of readjustment is still far off, and the wholly artificial. It is not to the advantage -
congress A large crowd of friends and relatives In Dlatrlct No. g. Hampton the followingmanagers NOTKK or FINAL OISCIIARGK"
departmental officers and rail- general belief is that it will be a mat- of the countrythat such depression have been appointed. I J. W. Watteraon. Two months, after dat hereof 1 will present r,
gathered at the river Thursdayand L. H. Hall J. R. nod.... my vouchers and Sisal account to the Honor ,
road officials are looking forward to a S ter of months before anything final is shall take place. For the purpose.. of holding the said election, chic It, &. Green. County 01,1.... of Bradford .
agreed upon.Determined. enjoyed a fish fry in honor of In District No. M, Brooke the following County., and ask to ,.. discharge! .. ........ ,
great struggle with labor. While! the The time to buy confidently has C. M. Andreu's fiftieth birthday. managers hare been appointed i T. L. Chan- fur of the eetat of M.... Susan Reed Saxtnn, :
controversy may be peaceful, these to fight wage reductionsby come. cer. J. T. Andrews, O. Johnson d.......... .
railroads W. M. Andreu, of Jacksonville, wasa For the purpose of holding th. paId election. Hated his, Blind day of February, A. D.
officials are fearful that the chances the to the last ditch, invoking Manufacturers have a right to ex visitor here Thursday and Friday. In District No. 14. Pin. Drove the following 1.21.'I'

favor sporadic walkouts with the strikes if necessary, organized pert that the merchants will look forward managers hay* been appointed J. W, Wil . .: ,
Rand Crews was a business visitorto kinson. Lewis Harris, R D. QrlfNa.' IDKecutor of the Eatata!: of Susan Reed Saxton. .
grim specter of a nation wide rail labor has carried its first protest di i to the future of business! with the county seat Saturday. For the porfMiea of holding the said election .16- ".-21
rectly to President Harding. From official In District No. 16, RIsing, the following managers
strike in the and
ever background. Labor courage confidence. They need Mrs. Alma Surrency was shopping have been appointed. I Lacy. Underhlll,
baa announced that it will resist the sources it I is certain that Samuel orders; they should have them at In Worthington Friday.T. J. M. Brownleo. R. Halalop. SHERIFF'S SALE
For the of holding the said election.
Gompers president of the American purpose Hereby ..otiuI.I I. that I. W. J. .
wage revision. Whether their threat once. f S. Willis) visited at Dukes Sun In DUtrlet No. 17. Boatdraln. the following eherlff of Bradford erven County Florida Kpper.aon ender
will be carried out, leaders assert, depends -' Federation of labor, will seek an early Manufacturers owe it to the publicto E manesher.M. Coleman' *, M been M. appointed Grlffla. I B. Moore, and by virtue of that certain. writ of ...)*.

upon future developments. conference. with the president on the keep their plants in operation ao day..Richard Hague attended church at For the .purpose of holding the said election. aeal utlnn of lasued the out Clerk of of and the under Circuit the. hand Court and of

The situation is considered so serious measures to halt,the wage reduction that unemployment may not exist. If Brooker Sunday night. In Dlatrlct have No.. been 10, Bradford appointed., I the.J.followingmanagera V. Ed- Bradford County, Florida In favor of W. 0.Tapior .
movement and to ....... ....... plaintiff, and agalnat C. G. Holland r
avert of Wra. .11. T. B. Edward..
in the national capital that con a there is reduction in work there will Seeber and Misses Georgia and Ru. defendant I hav* lovfod upon and will... offer
For the of holding the acid election
strikes. purpose for ..1. and will aell ta tlw highest and bastMddur
gress will be called upon, immediatelyafter % be corresponding reduction in buying by Edwards attended church at In Dlatrlct No. IB. Oullford. the following .
for cash In front of (Iso eouithoueadfior
it convenes in special session, In regard to wage reductions by power. It is idle to urge the public to Brooker Sunday. night. I n.C.."C....McCall.... have W.been R.appointed Alderman.I R. L. Mann, In Starke, Bradford County, Florida. on ., I

next month to make Investigation the: railroads organized labor is await buy merchandise while "at the For the of holding. the said election Monday, the 4th day. ..r April. A. I). 1821.
a sweeping same Mrs. N. G. Hayes was shopping in purpose during the legal hours of sale, the following. .
ing developments. With the New York time I In District No. S, fcllf. the following managers described.. real to-wlti
of the railroad situationand taking away from the public tho Worthington Friday.O. have .been appointed I J. W. Lewis. K. P. eetata .
West Half of Northwest Quartor of Northwest

the operation of the carriers from Central following the example of the power to do so. W. Barry was a business visitor Lewla, C. Kelly. L. W. KICK-LITER Quarter of Section II, In Township I I

the time they were turned back to Pennsylvania railroad and other companies And (as every basic study' of conditions Co Worthington Friday. Chairman. Board Public. Instruction, Hradfoid South Rang Quarter Ell East.and Northwest Southweat Quarter Quarter ofNorthwrat of

their owners by the government. Senator in cutting wages, it is believedin proves) this country is sound Sumner Avdreu was a visitor to Attest County, Florida. Southwest....... of Section *, In Township

Albert Cummins, of Iowa, considered Washington that all the big companies financially, industrially and agricul Midway Sunday. II. B WIGGINS T $..oth. Rang 21 East.W.. J. IIrpICRRON.Sh..11I' : .

the greatest authority in the will take the same action. The turally. Misses Clifford and Annie Dennilson Secretary. B184l5 of Bradford County., Klorlde.S4M41. . ..

senate on the railroad situation; and carriers already have eliminated 289- This no time for a general policy of of Midway, were*visiting friends ORDER FOR FlTBI.irATIOl
joint author of the Each-Cummins 000) employes from payrolls since last In Circuit Court State of Florida, Eighth NOTICS "
dr'eti. retrenchment aml'cessation ofi here Sunday. Judicial Circuit Bradford County, In Chanery. In the matter of th. enlata of I. C. Crews. ,
bill, has taken up the situation with September. I| > t''i; aDemoralized Malcolm and Cephus Harrell) at- .. deceased N"U..o the Oust of kin of J. C.Cr. .
There is nothing in the law prohib- I. N. Cmhle.Complainant.. ._, de........, late of Bradford. County
President Harding. He has announced by the return of a tended church at Brooker Sunday. State of Florida. and all other who It roarconcom e .
that he would offer a resolutionfor iting the railroads from carrying the buyer's market manufacturers Wallace Crews and vaJ. I are hereby notified that four weeks .,
many daughter were
I>. Thompson.Defendant.. after the Ant publication hereof. and their .
cuts into effect either before
''such an inquiry, which will include wage or -and especially their sales forces- shopping in Worthington Thursday. failure to apply for administration" on his ea
of the during the investigation of the dispute It appearing hr affidavit' appended to the tat*. I will appoint come vredltnr of J. C. l'
thorough study have
a questions lost their power to compete. Miss Ollie IUigue'waa a visitor to hill flied. In the alnve elated *aus that J. Crews or other fit person to administer on
of management, rates and wa by the railroad labor board. Labor Softened by three years of unprecedented Alachua Wednesday.Remember Thnmpson. the defendant therein named I Ia the same, aa may be ...Ihon_ hr law. 'II. .
officials assert that such action by non-realdent of the, Stat of Florida, and D'I R. A. GREEN! ..
ges. ease of selling, the old vigor: preaching serviced here I. realdi-nt of Washington, In the ) .. County Judge of Bradford County, Florida. p t.j
Railro workers in the East have the roads would lead to strikes, in and fighting power which enabled next Saturday and Sunday. of Columbia of the United State of .. Hated thla loth day .of February., A, D. "
which event the carriers well) and la over th eg. of t..nt,.-...* yean I It mi. I-18.51-I-1S. ,
decided to reject all proposals of wage as a'lthe them to do business under far more '
striking employes would violate V- .:,.j
reductions and their
to carry fight to difficult conditions years ago are no '
the railroad labor board, if the cuts that section of the transportation act longer theirs. ,

are into effect. Representatives requiring hem to "exert every reasonable The -
put public must close its ears to ],
of the workers, who have been holding effort to adopt available means Idle rumors pessimistic talk and unfounded S '

conferences in New York City, have to avoid any Interruption to the operation accusations. All of this is S

decided upon this course, taking the of any carrier growing out of unjustified. The Industrial fabric of f

position that the present wage stan any dispute between the carrier and the country-both manufacturers and

dard must be maintained, and eco'the employes or subordinate officials merchants-is sound and it Is hon

nomic conditions will not permit any thereof." est. .

reduction. Similar action is expectedto I Now that the thousands of railroad The man or woman who Idly spread Commercial J

be taken by railroad workers in the ; workers, from office boy and messen- talk of "business depression" is a Job Printing tiJ

ger to skilled mechanics, are being
West, labor leaders assert. traitor to his or her own business in

There is little danger of any cessation notified of wage reductions and many terests. Such talk breeds) distrust

of work, should the railroads put high officials, including superintendents and suspicion.

the wage reductions into force, some have been demoted, official And the public, second, must now I J

labor leaders believe, while] others declare Washington is "watchfully awaiting"devclopntents. exert its immense daily buying power.It a ;I

that a walkout would be the on With one railroad company must not put off from week to :week ,'I,

other alternative. Union officials ,alone making a slash In wages month
ly and from to month the buying :,
will! appeal to the railroad! labor boardat totalling $600,000,000 a year, .organ- of necessities in the hope that prices 'i:

Chicago and abide by its decision. ized labor is preparing for the struggle will fall still further. It must patronize ILETTER'

High railroad officials who have an- and I is ready to follow out the the many etoree''which have showna I "

nounced that 122 J railroads in the mandates of their paid executives. A disposition to lower prices to meet HEADS :> :

country,. operating 160.000 mile of long, drawn: out struggle is forecast. the new conditions, and take the stock

lines, showed a deficit of $1,000,000- The best available information, how off their shelves. '. ",.

060 during January, have perfected ever, does not indicate that the rail If ;you have been deferring the purchasing .

their vplans for the coming struggle. road workers will immediately courta : of any necessities or commoner BILL HEADS \ ''.

The first step has been taken in the strike, but rather will leave matters luxuries contribute your ehare (o \.........."...

nation-wide announcement of general For the present entirely in the hands the general public welfare by makingthe ...,, I,
of the railroad labor board. The \.
wage reductions. This general move em. purchase at once. ..
for cutting war time wages is now in ployes contend that wage reductions In so doing you safeguard the pros ..

full swing Common labor was the wiU 'not solve the railroads' problems. perity of the business you have founded .

first to feel the blow of reduced pay. They point out that men already laid the firm which employs you or the I

the off have an earning power of approximately which is livelihood.The .
Gradually, but surely, wage-re profession your ENVELOPES
duction policy is extending, and even $300,000,000 a year, and that wealth of the United States tOday .
several the situation has grown worse, rather<< than the wealth of ll V
some of the high official on is greater .
roads have had their positions reduced than better, because the railroad other nations combined. The basic '
naturally resulting in lower sal properties are deteriorating for lack industry of agriculture ( upon which CARDS

aries. of adequate 'personnel. the nation's structure rest) has hada .
The railroads however, contend that
'The next step will be a conference year of enormous crops.

wit" the rank and file of railroaders.' the public witnessed an'.example of What i is there to fear? TAGS POSTERS ,

In the event of a disagreement-and gross inefficiency during' government Only the shadow of suspicion created SHIPPING

such action is inevitable, it is said, ownership, when thousands of men out of our own minds. Only the : .
were added to the payrolls and that .
of la *
judging by the present attitude ----- - --
takento reductions were necessary, both to CARDS. I Ii.
bor chiefs-the struggle will be WINDOW
curtail expenses and to Increase effi ASPIRINName .
court, in this case the railroad! labor ''', ,
board is the court. If the court ciency. i.-.1 ci: ',:: j
Wage reductions for the 209,000
upholds the railroads, the possibilityof C .',
employes of the Pennsylvania Rail "Bayer" on Genuine
a nation-wide strike will be considered << '.'
road company will go into effect! April .
labor. At
favorably by
20, unless appeal is taken by the em- .
Is the viewpoint of officials. in Wash
:ployes to the railroad board. A series a

ington.! of ten conferences with the employee
If the board hands down1 dicision
in the main divisions of the service .

that ,the present wages are fair and : will be held In Pittsburg, Pa., March '

just, the railroad executives plan another to 31. At the same time, this announce' BRADFORD COUNTY
secure an injunction, and then -
ment was made In Philadelphia,
drawn court controversy
long out
Philadelphia & Reading announced" a VS
would follow. reduction of approximately
Railroad executives assert that the cent. Employes of the New
25 per .
valuation at TELEGRAPH
companies wifh property I "
York Central have flatly refused the
$18,000,000,000 are financially em-har 1-2 Warning! Union you sen Uw uafiM ,
cuts of from 17 V ,
assed because of inflated wages and proposed wage %ayerH on package or OB tabfate JOG !
and 21 per cent. ar. not getting gamine Anpirin prescribed '
high cost of operating expensesNo
fcjr physicians for immty-oo* '"

Mrs. Sarah Mollenkoph, 70, a win ;year and pl'lWedIe by million.. Take) '
Child Aspirin only u told in the Bayer pa/-. FLORIDA
Worm In Healthy? ter visitor from Van Wert O., wan nee for dulda. ItauWJic. Kountlgia, STARKE,

AD children troubled with Worm blood have and an Mml unhealthy a killed at Pablo when struck by an air lUieumati/rm, Eancbq, Toot&who, Lumbago -"

*, them color..,man which or Indicate IMS stomach poor dirturb not. plane sweeping to a landing along the and for Plada. I1ouId1 tin boxes of 'V V
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC lliveo reIIU- sands of the beach The machine wa* twelft Bayer TsL4I A.pirli coat fewcoretex
tarl" far two or tare. week will enrich the blood. IXruagirtfl also soil larger p-
lmptwwth..dl#< stung Tonic to the whole lystein. Nature will then after a flight with a young Wy; r MauvufanUro of MooramtioaoidW -
throw off or dtaml 'be 'm.aDd)iheCblld will I *) and woman as passengers. ..' W Balkylioacid.
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't 4 Bradford County Telegraph An Saatrr Saum i ,: Mr. Albert Henderson was a guestof :

-- ---- '- her mother last week. i iI
\,\1' ;1 :Published weekly and entered as (By Daisy Sollee McCauley) Mr. and Mrs. Rafe Johns and son, I Lumber Prices Reach Low 'Level

George motored to Starke last ,week.
class matter at post /
I second .the

it'dt office at Starke, Florida. Breaking o'r the purple east, comes the Easter dawn! HAMPTON I You can now buy direct from our mills and:save ($ 10 I
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: '; ''E, S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner The cross, silhouetted on Calvary, grows. dim and melts into Hampton, March 2G. \iiss Madge I to $1'5 1 per thousand on your' complete house bills. .

I ; Spring entered Florida through an the. purple! Middleton, of Starke, was a visitor Miss to I Before buying send us a carpenters bill of lumber je-
and Sunday.
Hampton Saturday
.' open door this year. Seed time 1. almost Gethsemane is past! The night too, is gone Middleton was once 'a resident of our quired and let us quote prices delivered and save you ,
t"" far look ,
,. ':w: propitious over and for good everything harvests BO And lo, in its place is a radiance. were town glad and has to see many her.friends here who from 150.00 to $500.00 on your building. '

\ ,1 Oh Easter morn, we greet ihee, we greet thee! .' ," Rev. Gibson preached at the Baptist ALL LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE -
I The "slumber party" is claimed to church Sunday morning and even-
Hail all hail and again hail! >
be the latest ever. But we know of a once ,

,!th, certain chamber of commerce, not aJ' How beautiful the morning, how blue the sky, ing.G.. W. Saxon and family, who have THE PERRY LUMBER COMPANY
i hundred mile from StarVe, whose been in South Florida for. several
J' members engaged in this diversion as One almost sees the shadowy forms of the Angelic host! months, have returned to their home PERRY, FLORIDA

I long a* nine months ago, and they are here.
He is risen He is risen, rejoice! rejoice! rejoice!
rtill at it.Plant C. G. Mullady returned to his"home
: Dressed Framing $28 Flooring $28 Ceiling $ 18
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-. All nature is quickening and glad and may our souls too here Tuesday, after spending/several

,}' City quotes strawberries by Awaken from sleep and sing, sing, sing. ." month in the U. S. Navy., He ha an Siding, $18; Lath, $5. .
i{ the quart Starke quote. them by the honorable discharge because of a de

.' r bushel. Both raise fine berries; but Easter lilies, like great white stars, are everywhere cline in health. His friend are glad FREIGHT PREPAIDof

(' we recall that pearls are never sold On the altar in homes and to see him at home again.
; ;., by the peck. -Tamps Tribune. We Shedding fragrance- hospitals, Miss Ethel Byrd, of Graham, was

I i, rt' don't sell :pearls, brother, but rubies, And like silent sentinels of purity in Hampton Tuesday. i
i. and too busy to bother with O. J. Griffin, of Starke, spent Tues
y we are
o'er the of the dead- that before. it at home.
small Keeping'watch graves; day with' friend and relative here.
if quantities Yes, Guess don't read Yes but things have changed and I t
you can. ,
D. W. Moore of Ttieressa
was a
Today, there is no death, all is life, life: life. business visitor to Hampton, Satur the Starke paper. You can get anything Starke is waking up. We've got the

.' An English archaeologist, seeking Hearts are flowing with joy and gladness, l for he'is love, love, day. 'you want that way. He can't best town in the country, outside of
for relic in Asia Minor, found a nearly -. pro W. E. Middleton, of Starke, keep as big a stock as the International Jacksonville. Let' help to keep it

I' effaced inscription on a rock. He Through the peaceful calm of Easter-tide was a professional visitor to Hampton of course, but he has arrangement growing.Mr. .

I photographed it j carefully, believing\ with them |o he can phone for
the of the bells like .
i Comes chiming Angels calling.
; that it concerned a king that lived In ,, Joshua Hick, of-Waldo- wa the what he does not have in stock and R. C.. King Tella a Wonderful

I, Abraham's time. When' at leisure he Oh come, let us'rise and go forth in answer-. :,. guest of his father, E. Hicks, Monday.P. have it here on the first train. Story About- Rat. Bead It. j l

I .deciphered it,. this i* what it said: .. B. Hunt, section foreman on' the Well, let' go up town and ace what "For month my place wa ally
"Kaika, son of Watta, make axe And on our knees, humbly kneeling; : I Ha feed
G. S. & F railroad, was a business can do. be got screen wire? with rats. Losing chickens, eggs,

I''f? used.and spearheads See him before Only bartering the belt ellie-!flint Be like unto little children, knowing nothing,, asking much visitor to Macon this week. Yes, all sizes, 18 inches to 4 feet Friend told me to try RAT, SNAP. I

Misses Maggie Maxwell and Ethel I wide, also a big line of ice cream did., Somewhat disappointed:at first
where." Which show that advert)*- Then shall to being within lives Easter
I our an Hunt, students of the B. II. S., Starke, freezers, Take out some ice and a not seeing many dead rats, but In a

! '. the ing stone wa considered though efficient there are even some in That will bring us into the everlasting radiance of an .: spent the week-end with their parents freezer and treat yourself and,i while\. 'few day didn't see a live one. What

t age, here. I ItsMJfaMr you are at it take out a case'0(,Coca were not killed are' not around ray
tone merchants today who doubt eternal Eastertide.LAKE i
It age *. O. Haynes Is the guest of her Cola. DeWitt, C. Jones 111I lIking place. RAT SNAP sure does the trick.
its for selling good
l' power ----- =- -- son, B. Haynes, of Winter Haven, this lot of all kinds of soft drinks.:,ffak*, i /i sizes, 85c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed

n Gerrymandering politician aim -r---- BUTLER looking; after business in :town last I week.A out enough *o you can treat all your by D. C. Jones, Starke.-.Adv.
son was born to Mr. and Mn. J. berry pickers to ice cream and Coca I.
I that Moore Haven of Lake week.
C. Keene Saturday morning Cola. They'll pick faster and stay
f.. Okeechobee, i II in DeSoto county and Lake Butler, March 25.-Mr. and : Pitt Tomlmson, of Gainesville as
R. M. Williams of Jacksonville Will
Mrs. Raiford Carver, of Weona, Ga., you better. Then you ought to Stomach and! Liver Tronbla
not in Falni Beach county, a* has been the week-end .guest. of J. El. ,Maine., visiting his Sunday. buy wife !.
a parenta your one of those oil stoves.
were the week-end guests of MB father
.ttr aupposeti. The 'western boundary of Jr:: '
Misses Daisy and Cecil Moore were My wife thing she could not get Lily, Kys-"X enffoni teat stosueaaad .
Sam Carver. .
Palm Beach county II the west shore ti ...... Quite an exciting time was wit guests of their aunt, Mr. H. B.'Weest along without hen these hot day. beer trouble. Ha4 ga y' stomach
1 of Lake Okeechobee, but Moore Haven Miss Janie BlelUng, .of Millar, :!fQ"o. nesled'Sunday.morning about the Monday.P. and bmrtbora and
. 1 ,;, wa founded subsequently to the tored to Lake Butler Saturday. -1 noon when the fire alarm was given E. Johns daughter Beatrice He has a fine lawn mower, too, and Bad headache men
and ,
Si-., partial drainage of the lake, when a % Shelton Hall, of Gainesville, pent when it'was discovered that the house of Jacksonville: were visitors to our hedge shear to'trim your trees.They're I each ef ta* time. After
the meal I
11- strip of the bottom, from five to seven Sunday with hll family. occupied by Mr. and Mrs: D.F. Floyd town Sunday and Monday., just thing to trim your sick could scarcely wa
I young trees and so much better than
miles wide, was laid bare.' The Misses Alberta and Lota Bielling was on fire. The fire was. soon extin Miss Lucile Johns; of Starke, is the knife keepaaytalBgoaiaystomach
f" a not hurting the trees half
J'; town I.1 situated on this strip, but pent the week-end with their parenta, & guest of Miss Erma Johns. much. ,Where have so not area '
', of the shore line. The matter Mrs. Rober you been trading water. I dUat
, west new at Providence. Collins, and charming Rev. J. Mullady and family, who
1; '1 ii to be decided by the next legislature daughter, Martha Christine, spent the that you did not know you could get think then was a
: The social 'meeting of the Woman'sClub I have been on the East Coast for the everything nediela made that
you want right 'here in
probably. The shores of the week-end in Gainesville of Mr. '
t\\ : met Monday' afternoon, after a guests I past two week, returned to their Starke? would cure m.l but
lake were meandered by the and Mrs Sam Singer. They returned after ..
" I government home this week;,reporting pleasant "'e, -rvPlereeToeldea
short business cession.: The following a S
1 f and the meander points deter home Monday, accompanied by Mrs. trip. .:a'' alE Why, I've been sending off for most 1 ,, .,'t
i I mine their location and shape, irrespective program was rendered: Sam Singer. of my stuff Did not think I could getDOdson'a Medial Discovery W
',, Song, Florida .My, Florida. F. Hardee, of Ft. White) visited I eaa eat aayUiag I want and it doe
If' of changes by artificial W. 'H. Rhodes, of Hartford, Conn. ...
l j.; Violin,, solo-Omie 'Scarborough. his family Saturday and $ ndy not hurt I will always praise this
I. drainage In'cOllr of time the whole representing the Fuller BNlh'Com'pany lDedl(1IDe.J' > a. UZZIB .
'.fl e Florida History .. Miss Julia Holiday! ,",.of..Starke,,at 'EKEDERICK.
j .
., ,. . lake! may be drained dry, and where Dates-Mrs. Strickland. was in town this week. tended church here Sunday. ", i
,y would the west line! of Palm Beach Dr. J. M. Mann and C. IT. Register W. E.,Baker, of Brooklyn at You can procure a trial package ef
Interesting Facts- Mrs. )Maines.Products was Liver Tone
; county be'then 7 y"et it is no telling I -Mr*. Johns., left Monday morning for Tampa to tending business here Tuesday.W. the tablets by sending 10 centa to the
' what a bunch of politicians concerned attend the convention of the Woodmen M. Maxwell, Jacksonville visited IDva1.lda'.Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
Guitar solo. When the Springtime
I in county division, may bring about. Circle in session this week. Instead of Calomel --
his '
t parents Sunday. Wrl
,I Brings the Roses, Dear Jessie-Miss I
, I Proctor. Ned Bielling, of Providence, motor. Miss I Laura; Brown., of Starke.'via-
ed to'Lake Butler Monday.Rev. .
Contests-Irish songs .and Proverbs. I Calomel is quicksilver. It attacks
: .
.' W. C. Armstrong delivered an BROOKLYN ,, k, Judge Robert W. Davis announce interesting sermon Sunday moraine dealer sell. each bottle of
. -- pleasant Tired
that he has retired from his editorial Violin solOOmie Scarborough.: I harmless t t"I
and evening.A. Brooklyn, March 25.-J. J. Law. "Dodson's Liver Tone" under rl 1
Instrumental guitar solo-Miss an ironclad,
work 'on the Gainesville Sun. Col. E. Proctor spent Thursday in rence's fine'residence is nearing com- it 'will money-back guarantee that
Proctor. regulate the liver, stomach and
Davis in his he
says valedictory Refreshments. Sap, I pletion and will be one of the prettiest bowel better than calomel, without was weak and rua-down."
was nearly seventy years old when Miss..Mae Duke spent the weekendat home in all Florida. It is equippedwith sickening or salivating 'OU-16 million relate Mr*. Bula Burnett, of I
he wrote his first editorial, and. that Miss Ada Register has returned home with her parents, Mr. and all modern improvements, as tIottlee eo14. Dalton a.r was thin and B
he ha. since then learend love home after a pleasant visit with Mrs. -
Mrs Ben Duke. electrict lights and running water. Jut felt tired, all the Una. <
journalism, and that he deeply regret J. J. Jones, of Micanopy. Henry Dowling, of Lake Butler, is Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clark of Mead- E I dldnt rest well. I wasat ravr

not having made It his life' work. Mr. F, O. Bawls and baby spent tha'gyest' of his daughter, Mrs Ben ville, Pa.., have moved into their handsome NAPIER GRASS : hungry I knew, by

And he I I. right. A man of his capacity Saturday in Jacksonville Duke, of Five Mile, this week. new cottage on the lake front. thin, I needed a tonic sad

d can do the world more good a* a Mrs Tom Croft returned from Rev. J. D. Major and family, of These are fine people and their com- (Penniietum Purpurum) I as then la none better

r journalist than in any other way. Vet Starke last Friday, after a pleasant Lake Butler, attended services at ing will add greatly to the social life Extract I thO-I
we must all bow to kismet, and few of visit with her daughter, Mrs G. W. Worthington Sunday. of the community., Bulletin. Agricultural'Station:

ua know what we are best suited for Alderman.The Mr and Mrs. Dock Roberts and Mr*. W. E. Bukes has 'added two +<

; before If Is too late to profit by the Times office has opened up children, of Worthington, were guestsof summer room and new paint to her DISTRIBUTION AND HISTORY I CARDUli

'- knowledge. again and the people of ,Lake- : Butler Mrs. N. E. Roberts Monday. cottage east of the Southern depot' ,
Curing his editorship "his writings wish it success. Miss Norma Dekle spent the week- adding greatly to Its appearance.

have been extensively quoted. It re Mrs. II. L. Sprinkle and son, Hen end with her parents* Mr. and Mrs. Mia Carlene,Will, of Pittsburg, is Africa.Napier' The grass i* a native of tropical

quire long year* 'of training in the ry, of Reddick, spent the week-end in P. P. Dekle, of Five Mile.r spending the winter with her parents, Rhodesian Departmentof i

l'// various experience of life before one town. T. A. Carter and, family. motored Mr. and' Mr. Louis Will. She may having Agriculture first has the distinction of Till Woml 'S Tonic

I ca0(write sound, sane,, solid editor. Mark Smith, of Georgia, Is visiting to Lake Butler Sunday I decide to jtay and teach school. introduced it into cultivation. I

; ialsj{ and this experience Col. Davis friends in Lake Butler this week. Dewey Tomasella. spent Sunday at C. E. Dukes, who' has a This was about 1910. In 1913
] ; hud, besides thoseof a lawyer and astatesman. Mr. and Mr. Harper, of Atlanta, Gainesville. Bible potion with the Hupmobile respon the United State department of agriculture . I began using Cardul." 'MooBttam

j M., Therefore he dared grap are in town.Herman S. S.:Proctor filled his appointmentat pIe in Jacksonville, was visiting peo the first introduced it into this ** Mrs Burnett. "V
pIe With many subjects which the avyerage Harrcll, of Colorado, was New River Saturday and Sunday. homefolks here Sunday country.' Here It promises to be valuable I "After my first bottle I slept

editor decides It i I. better to let a truest of Mr. and Mrs B. Misses Ina, Mona and Blanche Alderman Rev. Sidney H. Dodd holds services for'planting in the.extreme better and ate better. I took
alone, and the modesty, kindness and tell South, including the entire State of four bottlM. Now Tan well
Monday each
i D.lIar'I' and Midi Doris Law, of Sunday night at the Bedford I
forbearance of Florida, and a strip extending as far feel Just fine, eat ant sleep,
his nature reflected Mr. and Mrs. John Starke, spent the weekend in Lake schoolhouse. Everybody i II invited.Mr. '
themselves in he north as Central South Carolina, my akin 1* clear and I .have I
wrote. ohnstown
I' i everything were in town Butler,with friend. Dodd is a good Bible scholar and
", Col. Davis-a* we understand him J. L. Smith left Tuesday for Dade,J I Misses Johnnie and Trumie Rimes, will tell you somethingworth .hear Southern portions of Mississippi Tex ill gained and sure, feel that
; reluctantly! gives this work and ax and Louisiana, also portions of Cardul Ut. beat tonic evermade.
up City, where hf has accepted work of Miller, were visitors to town Saturday ing. II!
'' .ti sighs< "So much to do, so little done," with the bank. Mra. Smith will remain I : Rumor has it that Capt. .n lberger California and Arizona. Work with' E ..
' :' but time has come for him to relinquish with her for few I it was first started at the Florida Experiment Thousand of other women
parents a days. Ben, Duke, of Five Mile, was transacting and his daughters will take charge of
such work as he can afford to Dick Davis, of Five Mile, was business In town Monday. the Brooklyn hotel for the summer. Station In 191B. Since that I have found Cardul jut aa I

, let go. While we regret to lose his visitor here Saturday. Miss Estclle Rosenberg entertaineda Being one of the roost courteous of time It has been grown cooperatively Mrs. Burnett did. It snomld

.,. valuable contributions to the Florida On Jan. 15 Mrs. J. R. Chastain delightfully few of her friends at her home Saturday all men, Capt. Heibergfer should make or distributed in small lots for plant help you. I

press, we are glad that "Our Bob" entertained the O. E. S. ,evening. a good hotel man. ing in many widely separated sec. i I I At all druggists

has decided on a well deserved rest, chapter with a measuring party The The Junior League was entertainedat tions of the state. ]

and: take pleasure in repeating the guests arrived and the, waist was the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Major Analysis From Station Bulletin L .a. .2r..a
i' following, said of him by the Tampa measured, each one giving a penny to Friday afternoon. FARMERBROWNHowdy I Napier Grass Green I :

Tribune on his last birthday: I the inch. $4.71 was realized for the Steve Cason, of New Riverwas' e 'Water ----------------_______66-84

"When a man reaches that age, he benefit of the local chapter. Refresh greeting friends in Lake Butler, 'Saturday Mr. Ash ....-.-._ 2.68 :
\ and FEED
Protein :
has reached such a height on the side I ments were served after the social afternoon. strawberries many 8.58 ,

of Mount Nebo that the "Promised hour, Mr. \and Mrs. Preston Williams of Ten did you bring in today? Carbohydrates .. ___ 1413 at WHOLESALE PRICES
? Lan is crate Got sixteen: yesterday Fat _._____________ :;
w growing dearer and more A surprise !party was given Mrs.., New River, were guests of Mr. Willie Want to catch the train for _______ .53
effulgent with every atep. Men who Ruby Phillips Friday evening at the Williams Saturday. Jackson- Fiber ----------------______13.24 w. MIl .Irect ti y", ... nt.IUr. , and

have reached this age are no longer home of Mrs D. W. Borum. Many Mrs. Crews, of Gainesville, and ville.What Napier Graaa Hay "'.! cut .. I,,h mt diitrict! cu save JeW nasaey.

t' athejisti{ or "free thinker;" they see game were enjoyed, after which iced Miss Macclenny were guest of Mrs Going are to the you International going to Jax for? Water _____________________ 9iS5 -. OrJm |,flied|| ,... 4.y nc......

'God1 in every thing; "the heavens declare tea and crackers were served.D. Willie William this week. Harvester Ash ...___....-,____ 9.92 HERE
:: His handiwork," while in every W. forum Sunday in Ma- get some repair for Protein ---- ___u.36
spent Mrs. II. Long and children, of Five my plows and ---------_--- Iran
mower and Cow
moVing' creature they see His sustaining several other Carbohydrate ...____40.02 F.ed $3.SO
Mile, motored to Lake Butler Satur little -------
con.Mrs. thing I can't '
hand, and flower, and tree and J. T. Pavis and son, Julian, of day. Why get here. Fat .-f_ 2.15 ,Bee"Pulp 2.$0
i man alive didn't Shorts
5; running "water, "the Great Invisible Valdosta, are guests of Mrs D. W. Mesdames Frank Andrews and Will you can get them, all right you here know in Fiber ..26.20PRICES Oats 2.10
proclaim. Borum this week.A I 2.15
Andrews, o{ New River, were visitor; Starke Rice .
:'"Happy indeed i III the man who when few friends were delightfully entertained to Lake Butler Saturday You don't Napier grass joints, $10 per thou. Blu Rose 4.75

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veteran editor of the Gainesville Sun: ,W. Armstrong Friday evening. Orange Point after a visit withrelatives furnish C. Jones can Napier. grass roots; $50() per thousand Bre.kere. :, "2.2S
:Every springing leaf, every opening "Orland Armstrong, of Jacksonville, and in Lake Butler that line you anything: you want .In f6 a hundred. ''" '* ; Me.l t. 2.25

wild flower in the forest, and every r state B. Y. P. U. secretary;was the., lee 'week!:. friends from Jantptfew, or can, get It over f. 'o. b. Brooklyn 'I F. O. B.Jacksonville:
himmering wavelet whispers to us guest .of his parent, Mr. and Mrk* ''M.t \fcourv aiKlfsave Come and see the press growing ..... 1-91.. .
Mr and :; A.; Davis of Starke you not .. price IM eh> Hurtttr
oiUy p ,Um but
' : of the goodness and the mercy of the <,W. 'E. Armstrong last week. motored' to Lake Butler last week and the,carfare, the fields.' twill. be glad to show you ........
i I get for
supper ., .around. DANESE
Great Jehovah. Ardell Drawdy, of Five Mile, was I[| Deputy Sheriff Baisden, of Starke, You don't say, and I never heard L N. CABLE FEED &: GROCERY CO.

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Bits of LocalInformation SATURDAY'S SERIAL RUTH OF-THE
We w-Oi: to announce to the ROCKIES 4
l>i">jil, (. of tiii]j fccctroii that we haves I UCOLUMN FRIDA,. MARCH IfIIILLIE
ircil n Mupply of Poineroy'sikAT il4Tl'RD4'MARH I* ."
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< I ( the uew medicine "AWAY GOES
liloh has! been( producing such FOR SALE-Two good horses, best "KISKY BUSINESS"AND
t..w/y Omr r.-... 11. In.aa ..nIfwyn stock Apply Sam AND
IImllzingresu1tJII and which Rosenberg,
+. A. to C.mir Mrf T_ so Starke. LARRY SEMON COMEDY Opening| nitlmtde; Now W..h.rnrl.l ;
have been
many people tallaun
INN" '
I I about and praising. PUKATONE "HUTU OF TilE ROCKIES"POLO

Q" _..J I is sold by ouly one store in each FOR SALE-15 double loads of stable - -

,Dr. J. p Tomlinson; of Lake Wales, Mr, and Mrs. II. Tomlinson, of Lake town and we Lave the agency. manure at once. At my tale .
k pent Sunday here with friends.W. Butler, spent part of Saturday and A'rrangements have been made for j barn. D. W. Alvarez. It*

Sunday with their daughter, Mrs E. the public to be supplied with, Pura
E. Yarborough is at home again R. Poppell.. tone here by Mitchell's Drug Store, ', FOR SALE-Refrigerator good as
after an extended business trip. and at other places in Bradford county new, solid porcelain lined, hold 50 ii

Be sure you sample Canadian Club I as follows: C. B. Roberts, Gra pound of ice, cheap for cash. This .
Miss Doris Law spent the week-end( next week. ham.-Ady. office. 8-11-Zt.
in Lake Butler visiting friends. s 1
Watson melon teed
Mrs. L. A. Davis, Sr., has returnedto many friends of Mr. Poppell and his 40 cents pound poatpaid to ad- ..
Whitman's Easter Candies. Special her home In Fernandina, after excellent! family are sorry to part drera.-Lawrrne any
prices this week. Scott Drug Co. spending several weeks with Mr. and with them and wish them all luck in Brooklyn Fla. Developing Co., '
8.18.2t.LOSTBunch -k&;
Mrs. L. A. Davis, Jr. their new home.

O. E. Roden and children, of Law d keys ... .
containing, .'
ttfy, were visitors to Starke Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs, of Emlenton, MRS. McLANE GIVES LUNCHEONFOR among other, R. F. D. master key ,
Pa., who are touring the state, stop MRS. ADKINS and Ford Switch key No. 52. Finder .1 tae fJ' "
We will have a case of Canadian ped over to visit Miss Mabel Weller, please return to Ellery M. Davl .
Club next week. one day recently. Mrs. Roscoe McLane gave a beau. 8-26-tf. 4. ik'.l I J

tiful luncheon Tuesday at 1 o'clock, t
Mrs. F. A. Scott 'spent Thursdayand Mr. and Mrs. Roy Embry, of Jacksonville complimentary to her friend; Mrs. A. FOR 'SALE-Single comb white leg .
Friday of last week are guests at the home of Z. Adkins. horn eggs for setting from .
visiting in u __ ow __ __ heavy \', ';
Jacksonville.: Mr. ana Airs. l1. M. snyaer jvirs. When the last course of this pretty laying strain f 1.80 per setting of / 1 .
Embry is pleasantly remembered hereas luncheon was served, toasts were in 15 eggs. Delivered by parcel post. 1

Miss Maude Manning went to Plant Miss Louise Mattox. order, Mrs J. M. Brownlee winningthe J. S. McCormick, Raiford, Fla.OR J'..: ',. .

City last week to visit her friend, Mrs prize for the best toast Tiny 8-4'12t- -20. ,,' 1
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Mrs. D. E. Knight to Jacksonville
R. C. Hutchinson. went Easter hats were given as favor to # t
Tuesday and spent several days each ; ;r j
guest. The afternoon was spent SALE-Georgia raised runnel .
"Jt- ,Jr.
"?Cblckens and wanted. J. F with friends. Mrs. Knight was accompanied with sewing, embroidering and pleas peanut aeed, 90 cents per bushel l &. V. ,
Kkklller. egg home by )Irs. J. C. Strip ant social conversation. About eighteen White Spanish, 5o per pound, f. o. !I. '

;l' 2-18-tf ling, who spent the weekend! here. guests were invited to flits delightful i b. Lake Park, Ga. Quality guaranteed r"jEDDIE. ', :
or money refunded. F. M.
.Roy George ha acquired a seine, Leo Canova and sister, Miss Anna affair. White A Son. 2-ll-8t* .. ,
and has lately caught large numbersof "
,will leave Sunday for Virginia, where
,fish}in Sampson lake.. they will Join the Mason Stock Com- BAPTIST FOR SALE-N. C. or Florida Runner -
pany for the coming season. Miss seed peanut We offer for prompt '\" ':I
Hon; Ai D. Andrews of Raiford Preaching 11 acceptance aDd cash with "
Canovti'will a. m. and 7:30 p. m. order the '
; spend a few days at Pine- inor
was a business visitor to Starke Wed huril i'I.'C.' : Prayer' meeting?, Wednesday, 7:30 N. C. or Florida Runner aBed pea* e
nesday afternoon. ,' ,- enroute. p, m. nuts at |1. per bushel (k per Ib) 0 'I

Messrs. John and Lewis Shriver, of Get-Bryan's prices, the lowest in of Capt.pastor.Alderman, leader, ,In absence Fla.put up Hall neb Co.f.. Lowell o. b. Lowell, Fla., .. 1( I N G "i tic

town. He now holds forth in the former 1.7-tf. II i
Brooker, 'were business visitors to J. B. Sapp store, near the depot. B.,Y. P. U., junior and,senior, 8:30 : t
Starke Wednesday'fternoon.. 3-18-tf. p. m., Sunday. LOST-A black, bob-tailed now ,with "il. '
For,election'of of icera. .I one red, one white and four black THE .

Auto tops and auto painting. M., Mrs. William Struth, Sr., returned Quarterly ,meeting, Wednesday at pigs About three weeks old; also ZMuNI
Leviton, 'Starke.. 1119tf. j home Sunday from Jacksonville, 7:30 p. m. \ one black sow with white spot on "
r BLANCHAUD Do, LAW forehead and side with black CIRCUln.
where she has spent the past two seven
,Mr*. ..1., T. Mjjore and Mrs. L. H.
months under medical treatment. Mrs.Struth's Pastor. and white pigs. Suitable reward
Hill of here
Lawtey, spent Tuesday
for information. Wm. Fenske R. .
with ,friends and relatives. friend are glad to know she ,
is much improved in health. SMILE IT DOWN 8, Starke. It. .. : I'

X shipment of Canadian Club next -. LOST--one hound about one SEIUAISENSATION ? '
Miss Laura Wynn, the charming Every' one who loves ..
week.E. you year old. Bta& and tan color WEDNESDAY MARCH and under 15 invited !
resembles 3O. Every boy girl
niece of Mr. and Mrs. H., Y, Brown, Loves to see you smile;, ,
K.: Perryman, of Sanford, is resumed her studies in the B. H. S. Loves to see you cheerful nick in one a blood ear,hound.and white Has small to appear costumed a* a circus performer. A pass for run ol' serial!, 18 I.l"
spending this week :with his Ils\Cr,1 Monday, after a pleasant ten days visit And happy all the while. in breast. Named Trail. Last seen week, liven to best costumed boy and girl. Come in costume opening nifht., I p

Mrs,. L. A. Davis. 'I with her cousin, Mrs J. C. Terrell, ;.1i in Lake Butler, about March 1st SOUVENIR CIRCUS BALLOONS GIVEN AWAY ON MIGHT OF OPENING '
ysMre at Jasper. Something comes so easy Suitable 'Tit to his whereabouts -
: "G. W. Alderman had as' 'a Do not wear frown; . ", ., Phone H. S. Pinkston Lake '
guest last week her mother, Mrs. Mrs. S. J. Burroughs leaves today If' you feel one wising,. Butler. 3-18-2t, RARAMOUNT-ARTCRAFT WEEK

Croft, of Lake Butler. for Malvcrn! Ark., to be with her childrfn Always smile 1t' down.A MONDAY MARCH I* FRIDAY.. APRIL I {\
until fall, when! she will,returnto Telegraph's Correspondent. - Douglas McLean & Doris May In Wallace Held & Hebe Daniels in J,

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman spent her home northeast of Starke. Mrs. TAX BOOKSWill "LETS BE FASHION A liLR" .'.SICK AHED" ,I'

Tuesday of last week with relatives Burroughs, a sister of Mr. S. F, Morgan SLAVES OF THE SOUTH Yea R.M.....r Then In "MARY'S ANKLE" On. of the lint Pleter..5 Ik* Ba..n
in Lake Butler. Became a widow something overa close April 1st. If convenient ,
r year ago. In Alabama they ,tell us you are a lease pay now. It will be impossible WEDNESDAY. MARCH IS SATURDAY APRIL I j' y p

Mrs. Grace Ford and Miss Carrie criminal if you show movies on a to do all tht"-work. at one time. BRYANT WASIIIiUKN In KOHEUT WARWICK in I\ '
Uglow spent several days last weekin You will be tipped off next week Sunday. Thank E. W. HAYES, "SINSOF. ST. ANTHONY" "THE CITY OF MASKS"
Jacksonville., upon arrival of Canadian Club In New Orleans you are a criminalif 3-<8t. Tax Collector. And tint Bpi..... "KINO OF THE ClR<'I18" And In4 Kpl.nd. "HUTU or THE MOCKICS":

you sell tobacco! in any form on a FOUR NIGHTS EVERY WEEK
Telfair Long has gone to Plant City W J. Bohannan has established Sunday. Luke Rielly Say, The Rat Died De- 1 I j"t
where he has accepted ,a position in himself in the building hitherto occupied In Texas it la a crime to play poolor fore Reaching the River" Mondays Wednesdays Fridays! __Saturdays :;

the!,garage of J. ,S. Brown & Son.. by W, M. Bryan, and will sell billiards any day or night "Since moving near the river two
the Watkins preparations. He has As Night and Mike ',' GAIETY THEATRE STARKE
Day says: years ago, we've always used RAT : ,
All goods bought at W. M.' Bryan's moved his family here from Macclen- "What this country needs is a law SNAP. Watched a vicious: water rat,
store delivered free. 8-18-tf ny, and they are comfortably domiciled against fool laws." nibbling at RAT SNAP outside the
In the second story of the build-
louse. About IB'' minutes later he
Misses Ina, Mona and Blanche Alderman ing., EASTER, FOOD SALE darted off for the water, to cool his GENERAL INSU ANCE I '
were guests of friends in burning stomach, but he died before 1 .
Lake Butler during the week-end. This> dry weather has given the The ladies of the Woman's Club will "
reaching It. Three sizes 86c
, dec<< HAROLD C. WALL .
moonshiners a much appreciated res hold an Easter food sale on Satur 125. Sold and guaranteed by D. C. rd..
Errol Alvarez has had some repairs pite.! The fuel used by them is now day,afternoon, beginning at 2:30: at Jones, Starke Adv.
made to his cottage, corner Call and so dry till it burns with very little the Consumers Lumber Company . i STARKE, FLORIDA
Orange streets. smoke, and the sheriff's office 'not brIng store, on East Call street. Delicious ,
,' equipped with a smoke detector,, cakes, pies, doughnuts and home made See FIREs LIFE, ,BONDS, AUTOMOBILE: J.'
William ruth, Jr., has returned the shiners' lairs cannot be seen froma candy will,,be on sale.

home frotfi. Jacksonville and '1s now distance. G. 'c. .Driggers $, tr,
employed) m the Ford Garage. SERVICES AT RANDOLPH -
Mrs. LeVerne Davies, who has been LAKE BUTLER, FLA. \
Messrs.:G.-W., E. M. and B. F. Ha- spending the winter Cuba'and' West Sunday, March -20th, att 11 a. m.: I
zen and Leland Brown, of Brooker, Palm Beach, spent the week-end at Subject, -"Am I My Brother's Keeper Agent
were transacting business in Starke the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. ?" VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKSFor
Tuesday. and Mrs. 3, F. Canova. Mrs. Davies All cordially .
will be remembered as Miss Ruby invited.R.. D. BOWER. all kind ol' Tombstones and Mo.a.eD'I. .- Savers Are Winners

Mrs. L. C. Prescott has returned Mae Blackmon. She left Monday for A postal card addressed to meat _

home after spending several weeks in ineheart, N. C., to join her husband, NOTICE Lake Butler, Fla., will ,bring me to I
Homestead with her daughter, Mrs. before returning to her home in New I
door with
information and
Neal Hainlin. York City. Notice is hereby given that'I will your prices. II I
It i ia very interesting to observe enthusiastic .
not be responsible for any debt con Troubles seem to come in bunches
Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children Messrs. P. A. Crosby and son, mer. tracted by my wife, Mamie. for George Beelman until recently / aaver We watch them' as they come

spent Thursday and Friday in chants at Brooker, were transacting March 21r,1921. manager of the New Smyrna office! of regularly to the bank to make their deposit

Gainesville with Mrs. Adkins' mother, business in Starke Tuesday This firm 8252t.. E, PADGETT. the Western Uricn .telegraph com.pany There i* aid their1 face the smile that I ia peculiar -
Mn. M. E. Edwards. has bought out the mercantile Interest ' A couple of weeks ago he was to winners.
of G. B. Colson at Brooker, in- NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS taken, out by a band of masked men
Trade at Bryan'' and get your eluding the Colson store building. The and severely beaten and warned to
goods sent home free. 8.18-tf wo,stock will be consolidated and We are thin week sending out notifications leave town. He did not heed the warnng Their glory is not alone in the amount they
the"business continued in the Co1non to those whose subscription and Tuesday night band omen have saved: they know that it !i. not always a

,Mr ."W. Epperson is at home store. to the Telegraph expires April, )*t. took him out and treated him to a coatof easy to save and are proud to have succeeded. fI
again' after spending sometime with If you wish to continue, then you will T coal tar and feathers. The alleged I

her sister, Mrs. D. M. Gornto, of Jack- When you make up your mind to prevent stoppage of the paper and offense.he committed wa* living open- And then there i i. the fascination of growth!
sonville.Mrs. send a remittance to pay for your save yourself and u* trouble, by sending to kla troubles Beelman was arrested .
subscription to the Telegraph, be sure a remittance at once. Terms $2 'hurnda.y night oi!. a charge of emexilement Only those who have really caved know the

S. S. Dowling and little daughter you enclose the remittance.' We oc- per year, strictly In advance. Jt being alleged bat hewal pleasure of watching a savings account grow.

Nettle returned home Friday asionally: receive empty envelopes, I short in his, accounts with the
night from a visit in Tallahassee with forwarded by absent-minded subscribrs. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Snyder gave a telegraph company to 'the tune .Clfabout .A growing caving account i* something to l
I Mrs. Bowling's parents. The Lord can make heaven and delightful dinner party Wednesday attheir I J8EO. & lman 'is at 'presentanguishing' be proud oflBANK!

earth out of nothing; a newspaperman beautiful country home Sri hon. In'the county Jail at De- ...
Mrs. R. B. Neal, of Roanoke, Va.t can't even make, liver and grits or of Mr. and Mr. Leroy Embry, of Land. No arrests have been madeI

arrived Monday to visit at the home out of anything but hard cash.E. Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank I in connection with the tar and feathlering .,
of .her parents Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Lloyd. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd leave in I I episode, and it Is said the gen- "

Wills; R. Poppdl, former school super a few days for their new home 4n eral feeling in New Smyrna I is that OF
ntendent of this county, now of Lake Canada. most everyone is i aatiiined, with the STARKE
How's This? Wales, Polk county, is in Starke this treatment.which Beelman received at

flAWs CATARRH MEDICTNB 'will week, winding up his business! here' Mrs. Hattle Wills, of LaCrosse. visited the hand of the unknown tar and STARKE, FLORIDA .
do what.w caused* claim by for Catarrh.It-cur. Catarrh We do not orDMLfncM and preparing to move his family; to at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. feather applien. ,

GI& other dleeaee. their new home Mr .Foppell has a C.: Wills 1a week-end.. I ,-' ,
Tt.tllcub MEDICINE U a ,Uuder State Supervision!
n ,
partnership in a flourishing drugstore 'The Daytona'plasterers "
liquid taken Internally and acts through TJ 'and Jbriclc-
the blood upon the mucous ...rfa".. of and is highly satisfied with his. Cold Cant* unp wad InflilAXATTVe ", .
the "'''.m. thus r. urtn* the Inflammation his TOOMO" tl'1tMLTib'.tt layers unions] have announced a'voluntary ", bh ,
and Drug-Kilts.rMtonnsr Circular normal conditions.AH freF. .. new venture, being loud in praise T'rr orhr ta+. .".,......rrmv J. Cheney aCo. .. Toledo. Ohio. ot Lake Wales and its people. The II:.\1. CJ(00: ; e'--,e... ""b.... tor" day.

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FRIDAY MARCH 25. 1921.mntlfal'PU. .
iSotTeo1 up
; uncle
doesn't amount to that Shirley.;? And "If you loved me, yon wouldn't oppose four mlittShdlal
,1 I -- - "The judge! will sign a restrains: softly "I tell That was thoughtful of '
his "It throb she protested
; : be snapped flngon. a roe, '
j I
returnable In from ten to thirty 1 bully club to ha."* "P your
his and Its miff, and I make It very It was
jQ He lifted her" hued gently from little snre. so carry yon again. Bryce. yon with
t./l'HUMe/ i final showdown.
of lhlormnotUe. YII-I'1I try for thirty, that i That little. be friendly with\ )'OlJ." sleeve at tbe
l I"d l her to the front' It In tbe sling. help a hard for me to
r forrarm. will knock out the N. O. l II. temporuryfranchise make DnUledtmk behave
\ can
Q and held. her, bond un to I, What did you want to nee me about "1 don't want to be friendly with It you compromiseyou
and after I liars obtained and force that
"I wanted to tell ." said crazy Shir himself
'011 Shirley You're driving me
the! hpnd'lRht: Her fingers were crlm-- the training order 1 will hate the you spoke, of. Seriously however, I
TlieVALLEY I "that-that last nljcht'i/; affair wa not ley. Pleune mn along\ home, or ;
sun with blood. fnlted States marshal telegraph It to understand don't want you to we It 8hirley.SWemust
*- tried to
smiled bound.
"Your nncle'p 1 killer did that bhlrly. (lgllv and Cardlgant""Bnlly2" I of my making. Be compalonately. irou're I'ye avoid -a scandal by all means,

!' l ," he HUM IrmlViilly "If only a cried: Sexton heartily. I "1-I couldn't hear to have your peculiar code, but'ynll'retoo and praise be, I don't need! your cl/ ito >
you think I'd break my word and tell deep for me; so' let me go my a'ay
111 That will fix their clock. beat yon uncle's bruin
Otter Is out-
him. to the devil. George' Sea
"In the meantime." I'cnnlngtnn continued I taking his club away from "
"It never occurred to me that you aide asleep In the tonneau of the car
1 of the "logs will he glutting/; our land the bottom 'ou're for that purpose""Really
I I bad dealt me a bund from Tell him to drive you wherever ) '.
ings./ We need that locomotive for Its I I believe jou re
Please don'tworry today,
': of the deck, Shirley. going: I suppose you're afoot "
legitimate purpose Take all that din- about It Your uncle boa had riding to his day.
r GIANTSBrPKTKR for I noticed the mayor
\" Carded '' mnchlnery and the old boiler "Happy I should tell a in. r" n"r
two private detective watching Ogllvy office In sedan this morning.
your of Sequoia writ .pin" ." the removed from the mill last fall, the street
dump It on the track at the crossing and me""Ohl" She tried to look outraged, but with eggs. I could walk them all day
1 breathed much relieved.A offense -
she life of her she could not take
and the back on Its rnn. the without making an omelette""It "
get locomotive I
old bantering she
1 ghost of the his bluutnessj t neither did '
;: D. KYNE Understand The other side having features. "Well at In must be'nice to feel so happy
her winsome
lighted resent look which she detected "
of the blues
of these heavy obstructions I after so many
no manna removing
; Author of then" she challenged "I suppose )'oadon't It told her he
I ,, ** will be blocked until I return I his eyes, even. though "Indeed It Is, Shirley You see until
:, "Gappy Rick* will be bate me. was laughing at her I was very much worried
\ II'fph ; by that time tbe matter he very recently: .
I love you" an
"On the contrary, replied "with,
'4.t: In the district court. Cardigan will be since must "Oh very well. a* to your attitude toward me. Icouldn't
'''I' .. 1 swered. "However you what dignity she could muster "HaveIt far
; 0 bung up until hi* temporary franchiseexpiresand I believe you'd so forget
nave known this for some time past
ire tbe city council will not your own way. I've tried to warn yourself as to love me In spit of

r OoprHf kr ...<.' MSYNOPSIS. **. renew It. Get meT suppose It, I II superfluous to mentionIt you. Thank you for your offer of the everything I never took the trouble
haven't the right-
I; t: ""Tes sir" "Moreover, I' car I shall be glad to use it Uncle to ask you. And now I don't have to
Good- ,et. Beth sold my car to Mayor Poundatone And FU be around
111 be back Sunday forenoon. down mod- ask you. I know I
She had cast her eyes
last night/' Mrs. I that crossing In I"
by. looked I' to see yon after get
---- ; estly. She raised them new and
flu hang tin wont in hit rhAnffenr** 1 It sol" "You're perfectly borrld.ahe
ClLU'TERPlonMr la the California
\ qu---v; ;; the garage and routed "Ah I Then it was thnt rascallyPoundstone I net tt.miy nn without the fop
PMWOOO region John Crdls n, at forty.anon -- blazed, a uuuji Hi* --
!. the loading cluwnor $ ..,, of the man out of bed. Then he returned who told your uncle about mallty of saying good-by.
of mills, ships, and many 8eQuaJ. franchise thus arousing S e e
t; Umbers widower after three quietly to hi* room dressed and the temporary C e \

married II?., aad lather of packed a bag for his Journey, left a his suspicions to sqch an ..
i" Bire CardI. brief note for Shirley notifying her of when he beard his locomotive rumbling from hi* office Bryce had a visit from

CHAPTER! HAt fourteen Bryce makes. hla departure and started on bl* two Into town he smelted a rat and Buck Ogllvy. The latter wore'a neatly

the acquaintance of Bhlrtoy Sumo., a .- hundred and fift -mlle trip over tbe hurried down to the crossing suit of Shepherd plaid witha
: .... to Pequola. ana his Junior by a tow pressed
Toselher they Tl.H: the Valley of mountain teethe south. A* his car "Possibly.- JThe I'oundstones dinedat white carnation In his lapel and be
E:1': \ sacred 1 to John Cardigan and and house lust night"'Pretty hearted
Sequoia our
I as the burial place of nryoYa sped through Bleeping was apparently the most light-

( Cpl isr, !n9 part with mutual....&. gained the open country! the Colonel' hard on you I should say. young man In Bnmboldt county. Be

heart thrilled pleasursbly. lie held But then I suppose you have to play truck an attitude and demanded :
CHAPTER in.-WWle Bryoe Ie at eol-
.... John Cardtsan meets with bearytwlnaee card. and spades, big and little casino, the game with Uncle Seth. Well "Boss, what do you think of my new

. losses and for the Brat Urn view Your Uriel** Klllr Old That. ShlrC four ace and the Joker therefore he good morning Shirley. Sorry to hurry suit?"

UM future with uncertainty. la-' knew he could sweep the board at his you away but yon must remember "You' lunatic I Don't yon know red

CHAPTER rv.After sraduatUm from pleasure. And during his absence Shir- we're on a strictly business basis blond should never wear light ehadealYoa're
-al".., and a trip abroad iI. .. CardV light flesh wound but that 1* DO ley would have opportunity to cool off and mustn't waste my: time." minstrel""Well.
yet like
tram ; you dressed a negro
.... "" .... ho_ On the h. meet "
Shirley Sumner on her way to Sequoia e. fault of your Him. Goodnight"And while be would find time to formulate "You're horrid Bryce Cardigan. I feel as happy M an end-
I Hike her horn trier* with her be left her Blending pale of Good morning."
Ool. Pennine-ton. Bryc loam an argument to lull her aoipldon You're adorable man. And by the way: you're all

,P eyeelsnt; has It.-: :: Ul&& face and trembling In the white glare upon hi* return. "You'll be sorry for this," she shirked up yourself. Who's been helping
rennlnslon' H..king to of the headlight warned him. "Good morning. She you to the elixir of life? When I
man' business
tb old mletorjunea
Be walked to Ida car and climbed CHAPTER XVI. paused out Into the general office, visited ., we parted last night yon were forty

CHAPTER V.-In the Valley- of the Into It Ogllvy remained merely long with Moira about five minutes ': fathoms deep hi the slough of despond.
aianti young Cardigan find a tree felled enough to give order to the foreman and drove In the Napier. Bryce "
ewectly acron hi. muth.r'. grave Indication Quite oblivion of her uncles departure away ,
are that It wa out down to eecureU to gather op the tool, tore them In for San Francisco Shirley lay watched ber through the window. She "No less a divinity than Miss Shirley

s Penntne-ton* burl and and evidence hi. seem woode-boe to .how. JulesRondeau that the machine-shop of Cardigan' talll.and awake throughout the remainder of knew he was watching her, but nevertheless ; Sumner I She called thl morning

I are Implicated\ tbe outrage. dismiss bl* gang; then be. too. en- the night turning over and over In her she could not forbear turning !' to explain that last night's fiasco was

CHAPTER VI.-Dining with Colnlngton p_ tered the automobile, and at a word mind the various aspect of the Cardl.i round to verify .her suspicions. When none of her making and quite Innocently

and hi* niece. Bryce finds lbroom from Bryce. the car slid noiselessly i gan-Pen nlngton Imbroglio. qf one she did he waved his sound arm at she Imparted the Informationthat
paneled with redwood burl, confirm.jig away Into tile darkness. The track- she certain her and she flashed with vexation. I
hie suspicions of Pennlngton' guilt.In i thing was quite ; peace II old Pennlngton lighted out for
a dlplomatlo way unperoelred by Shirley catting crew departed a few minute must be declared at all hazard She "God bless her I" he murmured. I San Francisco at one o'clock this

the two men declare war. later and when Shirley found herself realized that abe bad permitted matter "She's been my: ally all along and 1 J morning. Wherefore I laugh TehelBahahP I

CHAR VII.-Pennlngton rent_ to alone with her uncle the tumult In to go too far. A revulsion of feel- never suspected Itl! I wonder what i

hie- logging contract with the Cardigan her heart gave WilY to the tear abe the ber can be."
renew Ing toward her uncle Induced by "I Suppose You'll Aeknowlado Your. game "Three long loud raucous:: cheers for

ruptoy*, believing for th. latter nle action Bryce mane force bank Ron could oo longer. repress. Pennlngton memory of Bryce Cardigan' biped oo i I self Whipped .t Lat Bryce" Be, sat musing for a long time. Uncle: lie's gone to rush a restraining -

deau to cont. he felled the tree In the stood by, watching her curiously ber white finger tip, convinced the "Yes" he concluded presently "old order through: the United State
Valley of tbe UlanU, at Pennlnirton'e or. coldly. at him searchlngly. *I you'll Poundstone has double-crossed us
1 der. After punishing the man Bryce girl that. at. all hazard to her financial suppose .
borle: him at Col Pennlngton wliG. with I, Presently Shirley mastered her future, henceforth she and her acknowledge yourself whipped at last, and Pennlngton made It worth his
1 1
Shirley had witnessed the fight Pllnoln.I .- emotion and glanced toward him. uncle must tread separate path She .Brj'ceT" she ventured while. And the Colonel sold the 1
I ton Is 'umlllat.d. and the girL Indignant,
I .rden Hryo to leave her and forget their "Well my deer?" he queried. had found him out at last and becauseIn I I "Would It please you to have me mayor his niece's automobile. It's

friendship' dismissal.CHAPTER H.. leaves. but refuses to aoeept "1-I think I had better go borne" ber nature there wa some of bill surrender Be was very serious. worth twenty-flve hundred dollars, at (

he said without spirit own fixity of purpose, the resolutioncost I I "Indeed It would. Bryce. I'm tired least and since old Poundstone's

I !' VTII-Returning to Sequoia "1 think BO, too." be answered. "Get ber no particular' pang ef fighting.. I want peace. I'm-Fm finance will not permit such an ex- s
the train on which Shirley, her uncle, and v
Bryee: are traveling{, who from Into the mayor1. flivver. my dear and She bad been obsessed of a desire, afraid to let this matter go any fur travagance, I'm wondering bow Pennlneton

i I the locomotive, and Bryce. could have m drive you. ,Axd perhaps the least rather unusual In her sex to see a ther. I'm truly afraid." expects him to pay for It. I

i the escaped: onbooee at the and risk aave of them til'* life from cuts certain tout aid about this affair the better. Shir flght,worth while she had planned to I I "I think I want peace too" he answered smell a rat as big as a kangaroo, In .'

Eiath! being painfully lajured la doing M. ley. There are ninny thing. that you permit It to go to a knockout, to use "I'd be glad to quit-with 'this case two and two don't make four

1 I CHAPTER Xn-"Buck Ogllvy. as do not understood and which cannot Bryce Cardigans: language! because honor And I'll do it too If you can They make six I Guess I'll build k fire Yi c

' ,, i builder* of. the projected railroad Nortriern meets Molra California be elucidated by-discussion., she believed Bryce Cardigan would be Induce your uncle to give me the kind under old Ponndstone" : 0r
eV Oregon
,' .I ....7&vl.h and I* much Inopremod Bryoe "I can understand an attempt at .. vanquished-and she had desired to of logging contract I want with his Be took down the telephone receiver -

. and til. father make plan for Mauling a snsslnatlon. Uncle Selh.r see him smashed-but not beyond repair road." and called up the mayor.

1., , council.franclili for the I line, from the city "That blackguard Minorca I I should for her Joy In the conflict wa "I couldn't do that Bryce Be has "Bryce Cardigan\ speaking Mr. Pound-

have known better than to put him on to lie 'In the task cf putting the piece you whipped-and be I* not merciful stone" he greeted the chief executive

\ I CHAPTER: Xr-riurnanun' otrllvy. ran. such a job. I told him to bluff and together afterward! to the fallen. You'll have to-surrender of Sequoia. I
road contractor and Rryi rollxge friend
t,. .i le decided on by the Cardigan a* the threaten; Cardigan I knew would .It wa rather a relief therefore, unconditionally,*' Again she "Oh hello, Bryce, my boy" Pound-

'I"" I man to flirure a. the builder of the pro- realize the grudge the Black Minorca : when the Imperturbable James banded laid her little hand Umldly on hla stone boomed l affably "Bow's tricks,?"

/I,; poMd' to railroad meet him.CHAPTER Hryoe. gas to Ban Francisco ha* against him and for that reason I her at breakfast tbe following note wounded forearm. '"Please give up,1 8o-ol I I hear you've bought that

oetentatloual'ibegin I figured tbe greaser was the only man "Shirley Dear Bryce--for my sake." sedan from Col. "I'ennlngton' niece.

work otti eylnng for the line. who could bluff him While I gave "After leaving you last night I decided ' "I suppose Til hare to," be murmured Wish Fd known It was for sale 'I'd

I \ which I I. announced a* a proposed. through. him order: to shoot I told him dl.I .- that In your present frame of sadly "1 dare say you're right have outbid you. Want to make a S
dV v
.J\ I a-ldee route to PenningtonI'u"l block operation by, alarmed, I tlnctly not to hit anybody. Good Lord. mind my absence for a few day might though. one should never admit defeat profit on your bargain

poeellile to nocure a h :maklnt\"lm-\ Shirley surely you do not think I tend to a calmer and clearer perception until he 1* counted out I suppose" "No, not this morning Bryce. I think

through the aid Bnquola of the _In "or.this Poundston plan. to. enUt I would wink at a murder l"I on your part, of the necessary be continued bitterly, "your uncle laIn we'll keep It. Mrs. P-- has been

"I do" she answered passionately. tactic which In a moment of desperation high feather this morning. wanting a closed car for a long time

i hood CHAPTER friend of IX Bryc,-Molra and McTavteh.mplored In ehllo-his I \Vltb Bryce Cardigan out of the way I saw fit with regret to pursue "I don't know Bryce. Ue left In his and when the Colonel offered me this I

'I sacs. makee fchtrley. acquaintance and. I I you would have a clear field. before last night And ID the hope that yon motor for San Francisco about one one at a bacgaln, I snapped It up."
iS ", the two become friend Needing money old attitude "And don't tare to rid of It
badly, John Cardigan offere to nil Pen you-" will have attained your .o'clock this morning"For you get

nlngton the Valley of the Qlante, but the Oil.. niy dear my dear I Surely you toward me before my return. I am an Instant Bryce Cardigan at a profit?" Bryce repeated

r.4 be Colonel hi., through confident the the property bankruptcy: must of soon hUnemles do not realize what you are saying. leaving In the motor for San Francisco stared at her; then a slow mocking "No. slree!"

contemptuously r,, u.... Unknown You are beside :yourself Shirley. Your terrible accusation ball little smile crept around the corners "Oh you're mistaken Mr. Mayor. Three Long, Loud, Raucous Cheer

? Valley and to her the uncle Cardigan, Hhlrley have buy a new the I'lease-plenlle do not wound me so- grieved ma to such an extent that I do of hi* mouth and hi* eye: lighted with I think you do. I would suggest that for Uncle."

1 I.... of business life, They Interest capital t so horribly. I am surrounded by: enemies not feel equal to the task of confronting mirth. yon' take that car back'to PenDln -

Fannlngton'and decide logging on a railroad.scheme to parallel -the most Implacable enemies yon until. In a more judicial frame "Glorious new, my dear Shirley ton's garage and leave It there. That district court Wonder why he didn't

t They force me to fight the devil with of mind. yon can truly absolve me of perfectly glorious I So the old fox would be the most profitable thing I wire his attorney to attend to the

CHAPTER, favorably XIU.-o"I.htlpre....In. the a buelnesiInterview Mayor fire-and here you are giving them aid the charge of wishing to do away with has gone to San Francisco eh? Left you' could do." matter for him.. "

, and later *nirage that official'* eon a* attorney and comfort" young Cardigan to a hurry and via the overland route I. "What-what what In blue blazesare I "Be has the crossing blocked, and

A obtain for the temporary road Through frunohlm.Pennineton himthey "I want yon' to defeat Bryce: Cardigan. - "Tour affectionate Couldn't wait for the regular passen you driving at?" the mayor; sput I Inasmuch as the mayor feed out of

finally convinced that the If you can do It fairly.' -UNCLE) SETH. ger-steamer tomorrow eh? Great tered."I I Pennlngton'jiand. the Colonel I* Quite

; Cardigan Int..I. are .behind. the echeme, I "At another time and In a calmer Shirley's lip curled. With a rarer. Jumping Jehoshaphatl 1 Be must have wouldn't care to discuss It over confident that said crossing will remaIn
work them
get to to
mood we will discus that villain. he keener Intuition than she bad hitherto had Important business to attend to." the telephone. I take It. however, thata blocked.. As for the restraining

CHAPTETn XtV.-Pennlngton". aid authoritatively. "Gel Into the car. manifested, she sensed the hypocrisy And Bryce commenced to chuckle blot to the wise Is sufficient; and I order-well, If one want a thing weU

to Br,move. tlie) equipment use of a locomotive for laying and a awltch truck, I and we will go home. There I* nothing between the lines; she wa not deceived. "Oh. the 'poor old Colonel" he continued warn you, mayor, that If you keep done, one should do It oneself."

and Hryne and Ogllvy plan to teal both more to be done tonight. 'preaently'mhe: dear old pirate! that car It will bring you bad luck. I "All that -doesn't explain your'

f rutting and during Pennlnwton1 the nlKht* track put In In a the crossing city. i "Your sophistry doe not alter my "Be baa gone to"San Franclwco for What a horrible right. awing he's running Today Is Friday, and Friday Is an tin- I cheerful. attitude! ,* though."

Pennlngton bribe Mayor Poundeton to opinion." she replied firmly. "How more ammunition, he soliloquized. Into I And yon want me to acknowledge lucky day. rd get rid of that sedan (Continued Next Weeky

and Ignore to the refuse temporary a permanent franchise one granted That ever, a* you say this I I. neither the "Very well. nnkle dunk I While defeat! My dear girl.! In before noon If I were yon"There -

night Pennlngton hear the Cardigan time nor the place to discuss It." you're away, I shall manufacture a the language of the classic there I la was a long, fateful silence. Get your strawberry tickets in time
\ track lay Ing crew at work and hurries to few bomb myself.
the .\IOt. They drove horn In silence. Shirley nothing doing. I shall put -to my Then In'a singular small quavering at this office.

went at once to her room. For the After breakfast she left the house crossing Sunday morning, and If youdon't voice: "You think It best Cardigan?"
CHAPTER XV,-Bryre and Ogllvy din.I .- and walked to tbe Intersection of B
g.rd Pennlngton' frenzied remonstrance. Colonel however the night's work bad believe It drop around and gas: C "1 da Return It to No. 88 Redwood "The Rata Around My Place Were
with Water street Jules Rondeau and
and continue work but the Colonel net scarcely begun The IUlitani'be heard me In action." boulevard, and no questions will be "
word to the Mayor and also employ' a his crew of lumberjack were there, Wise Says John Tuthlll
I desperado to shoot Hryce. Bryc le wound the door to his niece' room shut be "You mustn't try. protested Shirley. I asked. Good-by"
i 004. Work on the track I. topped by the went to the telephone. and called up and with two policemen guarded "Rondeau 1* there with his crew- When Shirley reached home at noon "Tried everything to kill them.

t of chief conniving of police at the Shirley murder aemiee of Bryce her uncle and the Laguna Grand roundhouse. Sex crossing.Shirley. looked from the wood bully and he bal order te stop you. Besides she found her car parked In front of Mixed poison with meal, meat cheese,

the Colonel' leavee for Ban Franc l co torn ton bla manager answered. you can't expect help from the the porte cochere; and a brief .note etc Wouldn't touch it. Tried RAT
Me fjrther to the locomotive and back to Ron
. nt".I. through "Iluve you sent the switch engine to dea police. Uncle Setb baa made a deal left with the butler. Informed her that SNAP, inside of 10 days got rid of all

t the wood for Rondeau and his men?" "Kondenn.0. she said. "Mr. Cardigan with the mayor. 1 came prepared to after thinking the matter over Mrs. rats." You don't have to mix RAT

"Jnt left. suggest a'compromllle, Bryce the declared Poundstone had decided the Pound- SNAP with food. Saves fussing, and
Bryce turned and fount! himself I* a bad man to fight You fought blmoal'e.
"Good I Now. then Sexton listen tome but he Interrupted her with stone family could not afford such an bother Break cake of RAT
facing Shirley ullmer. Her tender Are you going to do. It againT"He SNAP
A know this raid of Cardlgun' a wave of his hand.
Up was quivering, and the tears shoneIn : you nodded extravagance, and accordingly the car lay it where rata scamper. You will
baa developed so suddenly I am "That for the police and that 'venalMayor was returned with
her '11 like star. He ttarwJ "By whose orders many thanks for
} at see no more. 8 sizes, 85c, C5o 125.
surprise1 and Poundntone 1" ,
or less taken by Bryce
+ her In Bllence, more "Mr. Sexton, she tell me to do It" retorted the opportunity to purchase It at such Sold and
guaranteed by D. C. Jones
have had no time to prepare the kind with another snap of his flngera. "fll a ridiculously low figure ,
"My friend. she murmured tremu "Well. Rondeau snnpe day I'll be Shirley
of counter-attack that will be moat effective. rid tie city of them at the fall elec Starke-Ad-r., ,
smiled, and the
Grantand pot car In the
louslj "didn't I tell you 1 would" not boss of Lacuna there'll be up
However with the crossing tion.
permit you to build the N. Q O THe DO more fighting"! she replied and garage. When she returned to the
blocked. I gain time In which to organ- "You can't afford a
compromise. house her maid Thelma
bowed his head In rage and passed on down B street to the office! Informed her
lie-only there must be no weak point You've been telling" me I shall never that Mr. 1886
Bryce Cardigan had
shame at hi. defeat. Uurk Ocllvy of the Cardigan Redwood Lumber been
In order 1. Insurethat. build the N. C. O. because
In the organisation.
took him by the arm "nryre, old company. Moire McTavlsb looked up you will calling her on the telephone. }30 she It
I am proceeding to San Francisco not permit me to. You're powerless called
chap thl I* one of thrwe'occasion* a* she entered. I Bryce up at once
tonight by motor via the coast I tell you. I shall build It."
where silence I* golden. Speak not. "Where Is he dear" Shirley asked. "Baa Ponnddtone returned your DAVISINSURANCE
1 will arrive late tomorrow "You
road. shan't ,I" she fired back at "
Til do It for you. Miss Sumner' he "I must sue him. car? be queried.
night and early Saturday morning 1 and a spot of .
glowed In
continued "and Colonel I'enninirton "In that office. /Miss Shirley" Moira anger hllD'l "'Vh). yes What makes yon a.kf
will appear In the United State district cheek. "You're the most
favoring that triumphant rawal aud file replied, and pointed to the door. Shin "Oh. I had a suspicion he might
court with our attorney and belligerent man 1 have
with an equally gracious how. "we H complaint and petition for an order ley stepped to the door knocked and known. Sometime I almost hate You see, I called blm up and suggested .
In possession of tlie leld- then entered. Bryce Cardigan seatedat i It
leave you temporarily retraining the N. C. O. you." ; somehow his honor la I prcullaf'olysuBceptible
temporarily. However If anybody his desk looked up it* she came In I to suggestions from
from cutting our track "Come around at leh me.
liouM. drive up In a hack and lean Ills left arm was In a cling. and be tomorrowmorning ann-" STARKE
"I ,,'11ha..e to make affidavit to and watch
me put In the
out nod risk you. Just tell him Hock looked harassed, and Rejected. "Bryce Cardigan," she declared
the so 1 had better CI'OMIDlr-watl'b ,
complaint me
support give Rondean and
Ogtlv* ling another trump tucked away "Don't get up. Bryce, she said aa he "you're' a sly rascal-thafa what
li.., Johnny-on-the-spot to do It, rather hi* gang the run." Be reached over ;yon
In his 'kimono. attempted to rise. "I know you're quite .re. 1 shan't tell another
risk the delay of making the affidavit suddenly, lifted ber you thing.
than band and
kissed OrwrVs Taatek cadOnetores 41.rt.s
but with sudden Ton look
Brycf turnM to go, a exhausted: : It" She Bat "I hope had ,
here and forwarding It. "How I love deer you a stenographer at
tomorrow morning Uttle
mii'tils' Shirley laid' hr (mud on down. "I'm no 101 ry." she said softly. you antagonjsl the. dictograph. vitality..... jours/ by iwtfylag and. m--vrlchlnt
J beg
hip ann=bls l left arm. "Bryce !l" aJ-e-!! njjjl! to our attorney Ills.!: ? dull glnnre.'! !: ..nrjifhtetir'd..! J:JJ be murmured. I mayor and UM .......... You (eel a*f trenauaolflg. '
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FRIDAY. MARCH 25. 1921. toll f 1
. .-. .. Dexter in the still\ had made indecent rIt's
---- --- ---- = : : negroes, are county and in ,
: = = == = -
c1 = 1 jail there, both of them suffering proposals. to her and frightened her.

New of Florida in Short Paragraph from gunshot wound, the result ofa White men overtook the negro! and

...n.r..r..r battle between Deputy Purvis and conveyed him to the jail at Winter

:: other deputies with the negroee at the Haven. Sheriff Logan's office here

i [jLive"state News i.y i. Polk county line. The negroes are was notified and two deputies sent to l

\\1 j said to be whiskey runners and three Winter. haven to bring the man to the

'*_rTnPi_**,*____.__:"r""f* '''r'&A I I Polk county deputies were waitingfor county jail here. They were on their

I ; Told by Our Exchanges. i them ae they crossed the line. Instead way back when at a point on theEagle toasted ,

l : of surrendering the negroes began I. Lake road they were halted by I
"" - Cn __ . __ : ___ -- firing and Purvis fell, shot thru several automobiles strung across the
---, -- - -- -- -- -
The Daytona plasterers and brick figures being the result of an esti- the body. The omcers returned the roadway. Armed white men held up

> layers unions? have announced a voluntary mate made by men experienced in the fire, wounding both negroes. The negroes the deputies and took the prisoner
escaped but were later capturedby from them, then ordered the deputiesto
and handling of the vegeta .
-, reduction in wages of $1 a growth
5Qg odd cigarettesfor drive As they did Boles
? day. bles. The acreage is larger than ever officers. on. so.
before in that vicinity and the plantsare lOc from was told to run. He ran, and the mob
The patience of a long-suffering: riddled him with bullets. The body
Lake county's road engineer is constructing growing splendidly. one sack of
pubho worn threadbare, the people of was allowed to lay where it fell
roada for that county at a .
florida' white population increased GENUINE"BULL" Eustis are threatening' to boycott the -
mile whereas the I
cost of $2,000 per sn LUCKY STRIKE
A. C. L. railway because of the alleged TlIERE
lowest estimate received from contractors to 638,153 in 1920, or '43,8 per cent !

'. was $10,000> a mile. over the total of 1910, according to inadequate service rendered that Flavor is j
the census returns. The negro pop town by the railroad. The inadequate Therossa, March //25.-Rev. (1 J. cigarette. I '-

The foundry of the Oldsmar Trac ulation increased to 329,487 in 1920, accommodations of the past have been Brunrr,' of Lake City, filled his appointment sealed in by toasting> t

tor Company is in operation, manu- was In increase of 6.7 per cent over one of the greatest barriers to the here at the Baptist church

facturing castings directly from pig 1910r Indian, Chinese, Japanese and DURHAM progress of the Eustis section, it is Saturday and Sunday. He was accompanied i -

iron, which will greatly increase the all other colored residents, numbered said, and at a (heeling of the boardof by Mrs. Ilruner. ir' i-- ,
TOBACCO trade called for the of discussing !Samuel: and Percy Woodard were
manufacture of tractors for. ship 830 in 1920.Sbipment. purpose
ment. < p !:' the situation drastic actionto visitors to Starke Saturday.C. ; ; 2"'? 'J ',

I' of potatoes from the Has- secure relief was decided upon. The A. Youngblood was a visitor In ,!o

, The big Spanish mackerel catches tinge-Palatka section will begin about -_ -- .- action took the form of a pledge: to be Alachua county last week.S. ____ l i I I

that started here Sunday night have I April 1. The growers report that the that this question will be decided by signed by every ELl till merchant to B. Woodard was a visitor to and Mrs. W.'W. Packham. '.1( J J.

continued all the week and up to Sat I season has been ideal and potatoes an'act of the next legislature. give his support to the Seaboard and Hampton Saturday. J| C. A. Youngblood was a visitor. in .

urday night more than 161,400 pounds planted in January are large enoughto merchants who refuse to sign the R. Burrows, of Starke, was a vlsl' the Graham section Sunday

of fish had been shipped from Fort 'I be used now. Products of the new Acting on information supplied by agreement will be boycotted by memo tor here Friday afternoon, returning I .1.

Pierce during the preceding five days. crop have already found their way an alligator hunter St. Petersburg po bers of the board of trade. home Saturday.The McAPOO NOT COMPETENT! : AU- .
I to local tables and are of fine qual lice and deputies confiscated a still farmers of our section are busy '

Plant City is installing a new electrical ity. estimated to be capable of producingtwo Many members of the Jacksonville planting. I I I VISEK 1'

unit and when this is complet -A- hundred gallons of moonshine a police department are expert pistol Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Phillips, of

1 ed the city will have! an electrical and Rodney Kincaid of Orlando was kill- day. It is said by police to be the shots, but one patrolman has lost his South Florida, arrived here Saturday It Is an impertinence for Mr. Mc-' ,.

; ice'plant that will be a credit to the ed and Murray Smith Injured Tues- largest ever taken in that county. Up- keen eye and now the city council asa morning on a 'f'18itWlt.h his. mother, Adoo to advise the country on the i 11

I community and that section of the day afternoon near Orlando when a on the arrival of the officers the still consequence Is considering, whether Mrs John PhilUps. railroad situation.. Ife is the man' '

'state.. motorcycle skidded on a curve at Park was in operation but no attendantswere it shall pay for the replacement of a S. R. Swindel was transacting business who promised that Government operation \':, "r",

Lake intersection. At the time of the found in the vicinity. Two hun window which a citizen declares was in the county metropolis i Friday would keep rates down and I 4

Deputy Sheriff Owens of Quincy, accident young Kincaid was drivingthe dred gallons of illicit whiskey were worth $5./ One of the Jacksonville's bring about greater efficiency. Al ", i!

was shot and instantly killed by a negro motorcycle with Smith as a pas- poured into the creek and fourteen. finest was summoned several nights: Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Geiger and Miss most the first thing he did was to Increase 1 t t .

whom he was attempting to ar-1 senger on the rear tandem. They were barrels of mash, corn, sugar. and corn ago to kill a stray cat. Kitty waited Florence Hall were visitors to Hampton rates. Then he l loaded the rail- ,

rest at Dogtown: near Quincy; The returning from the lake where with I meal were destroyed. patiently for the arrival of the officer, Saturday afternoon. I I roads with thousands of unnecessary "'

negro was immediately shot down and I several others they had been in swim- : ,- continued to wipe its lace with one Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Roebuck and I employee and increased the coat of l

killed by Corry Smith, the deputy's ming. William Schaefer, Pittsburg investment paw and never batted an eye while children, of Gainesville I spent tho { operation to such an'extent that with:

chauffeur. I banker, who recently'purchased the minion of the law took careful week-end here with frlNllllI' and relatives. the highest rates ever I known 1 '

Quite a shock was experienced in 20,000 acres of land from the Grove- | aim. There was a loud report, a roads are unable to pay their: way. lie r ..

A. Lee Humphreys last week sold Sebring Saturday night when it was land Farms Company, will use the crash of falling glass across the street S, R. Swlndcl was a business visitorto was a party to the enactment of the . '

his forty acre pecan; grove to a group I announced that Miss Ruth Prescott tract for the development of a silk and a white streak as the cat threw Hampton Saturday afternoon Adamson Act, which for sheer cowardice '. ; ,

who recently came to Live Oak from had taken her life, using, a pistol to industry in all its phases and will particularly his gears into high and skidded over a Dr. and Mrs. Fortner and grandchildren and In disastrous results "
Boston, the transfer being made Mon perform the rash act. As to the absolute devote his energies to a scientific fence. The bullet had missed the cat of Melrose, attended church has never been equaled by any other 't{,:

day. This is considered to be one of 'cause of the unfortunate young achievement likely to revolu- and smashed the window. here Sunday. piece of !legislation ever passed in this i'" .)

the finest orchards, in the county, the lady doing this l U not known, but tionize the industry, the breeding of Ben Hall has returned home after. a I country. The experiment in Government .

trees in. full bearing and budded to friends say that she became despondent worms which will\ spin, cocoons in 18 M. C. Conrad.was arrested In Jacksonville few days visit at Orlando. I control and operation of the .t' -

very fine nuts. I and placed the pistol to her left natural col r.. America is' the only on'a charge of having extorted Miss Eloise Owslry and brother, roads began! under Mr, McAdoo. When \. J JI if

breast while alone In her room and country in the world where this has $1,600 from the Guaranty & Trust Charlie, were visitors to Hampton I he heal got the properties into an impossible :A

W. D. Mains, a farmer of the Sett- I shot herself through the heart. been accomplished and the worms reproduce Savings Bank of that city. The police Saturday, I situation, he got out and left '

ner neighborhood, was j their species.The said they found upon Conrad one Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood and |! the wreck for others to dismantle. ,

by a train near there this morning.I I Under the patronage of the army $1,000 and .one $//)00 bill\ both marked daughter! Nealio, spent'; Sunday at I The word "failure" but mildly describes i .

He was walking along the track over I t and navy one of the most spectacular first step towards the establishment and that they had a receipt for Waldo. I I the conduct of the; railroads i a i ; .

a cattle guard when he caw the train aviation meets ever held in the coun of a floating fish hatchery, the money signed: by Conrad. Con Messrs.!! J. P. Padgett, Jim Phillips under the McAdoo rrgimo. ,

approaching him. He clambered up i( try will be held at Clearwater-Bol which can be operated in the various rad, bank officials state, represented and Robert flatten were visitors to I With such a record, which all men 'J'

the fence along the track, but lost his laire March 26 to 28, inclusive. The streams of the state has been taken himself as a Federal officer and charging Hampton Saturday afternoon. I know, what difference docs it make 1 '

'balance and fell beneath the train. event, to be known as the national air by the present administration securing that the bank was financing a Sam Swindol, Sidney and Calvin what McAdoo thinks When he 'demanila 'i r

I tournament, Southern, will ,be under the loan from the federal govern- bootleg liquor ring in Jacksonville, Triest spent Saturday at Smith lake Government ownership, that 4 4of

A very large and important real I the direct supervision of army officers ment of a vessel sufficiently large to demanded $2COO[; for his silence. The fishing and had very good luck.C. Itself Is a pretty !good sign: that .1,

estate transfer took place in Gainesville and the fleet of aircraft1 expected accommodate a modern system of fish bank officials said they parleyed with A, Youngblood: was among the Government ownership Is just the

when H. A. Ford of Mulberry, i to participate will comprise virtually hatching equipment, which consists of Conrad and after compromising on visitors to the county seat Saturday. thing to bo avoided. The railroad pro'I I !

purchased the Dutton Bank property of land and seaplane. about one hundred jars. The govern- $1,600 him the Charlie Trleit and of I blem I 1
every type paid sum in marked family, Wnl-, must be ( nettled on practical ,
from Maj. W. R. Thomas. It : ment has agreed to thoroughly equip currency, took a receipt and called in do, motored' here Sunday afternoon lines, not by faith in a lot of promises, \ ,

I bought fox investment purposes, Mr.I While bathing in a Ft. Pierce swim- this vessel and three other small boats the police. The specific charges Con and were guests at the home of Mr. by discredited politicians,-Ex.

i Ford has extensive phosphate ming pool Monday afternoon, Sidney and loan to the state of Florida with- rad will face are blackmail, Impersonation I.j. ,
ings in South Florida. out cost, to be used in fish culture. } t::
I McClain, 19, was drowned. Although of a Federal officer and carry. -
f there were several bathers in the poolat This loan represents approximatelytwo Ing concealed weapons He is in jailon
Banks in St. Petersburg now haveon the time McClain had been .under hundred and fifty-five thousand
default of a $12,000 bail, the total
deposits some ,$9,000,000. and it the water 'for twenty or thirty minutes dollars in valuable equipment.A set on the three charges. Kill Th at Cold With

should be understood that' not all of i it before his absence was discovered. --. .... _
this the winter residents =, fall wild cat tried to ..e.CASCARA -( .. .
belongs '
to Search for the body revealed it grown cross Troubles .. '- -
seem to -come In bunchesfor ,y'; "'
-and visitors. The home people have the Charlotte Harbor bridge Saturdaybut \Lt!
outstretched at tho bottom of the pool George Beelman, until recently +
'money and most of theirs is in the as it was not ready for traffic, the I
Physicians made every effort to revive manager of the New Smyrna office of
savings accounts and has grown dur him but were unsuccessful. cat got into trouble at the draw and the Western Union telegraph coma* f;)
ing the last few years. he descended into a rowboat moored
pany. A couple of weeks ago he was QUININE,
The coroner's Jury at the inquest there. After a while, the engineer in taken out by "band of masked men : .
There was a decrease of almost $7 charge of construction came along .
into the death of James M. Medberry, and severely beaten and warned to ,
in the value per acre of the country's of Monroe, Mich., whose body was ell.-}' and sought 'to use the i/oat; whereupon leave town. lIe did not heed the warning roa ... AND 1

thirteen important farm crops com- covered in an isolated locality near the cat fled into the framework of and Tuesday; night a band of men Cold. C..,.. rOM\'y La Grippe s L
'binefl in Florida during the year of the draw. The engineer and
Daytona returned a verdict that the crew i
took him out and treated him to a coat
1920. The value for 1920 averaged had been murdered by unidenti made a lariat with which they lassoed Neglected Colds) Dangerous.
man of coal tar and feathers. The ,
'$24.63 an acre compared'with $31.66 fied parties.: Medberry, who had been the cat, after which they caged: him offense he committed was living alleged Take no chance K_p this standard midjr hiftidy for the ant -...

in 1910 and $34.25 for 1918, the de. since Monday was spendingthe and are now trying to domesticate openly Breaks up a cold In 24 hours-K.U.v.
I with a woman not his wife. To'add for ,,
Grippe In 3 days-Excellent
of agriculture has announc him. H..dachel
partment winter there and drove an automobile to his troubles Beelman was arrested ,
4d. Quinine In this form docs not flvct the-w>d-Ouc.ra Is beet Tonic I i
for hire. The police believe
substantial Thursday night 'on a charge of em L..d .,No Opiate In Hill's.
Very evidence of the
the slaver stole the car. since it cannot bezzlement, It being alleged that he
to the department of agriculture near approach of the biennial ses-
Reports be! found. was short in his accounts with the ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
from the Hastings section of sion of the Florida legislature! is to be
telegraph 'the
to tune of
Florida Indicate' that the season for The discovery of sixty cases of liquor seen at the printing plant of Col. T. about $ Beelman is at
potatoes will be very early, with a in the private car of Harry S. J. Appleyard state printer, Tallahassee. languishing In the De- .
county jail at
light movement beginning early in Black at Cocoanut Grove resulted in There is being placed eleven Land. No arrests have been madeIn
The in that section is of The tons of book and news paper to supply +
April. acreage the err|st the,capitalist. war- connection.with the tar and feathering r
locally estimated to be around 10,000. rant was sworn out by Hugh Mathe- the stock for the legislative print- episode, and it is said the

The present condition of the crop Is son, millionaire\ mayor of Cocoanut' ing which will be done by the Apple- feeling in New Smyrna Is general that
: yard shop. During the session of the NDI
reported excellent.The Grove. Black posted a $1,500 cash most everyone Is satisfied with the
bond for his appearance in court. The ; egislature the printery will run night: treatment which Beelman received
of the Palmetto and day keeping up with 'the work of
tomato crop private car is valued at $100,000 and the( hands of the unknown tar and
.section will be about 1,000 cars, the Federal Prohibition Commissioner 1 the senate and house and deliveringthe feather appliers. -'OX3 ;

Brellinger, said he would demand its work promptly. -

confiscation by the government. About three hours after Will Boles
I Sale to the state of Alabama of that ,
a young negro, halted a little white (
I Judging by the numerous Inquiriesthat portion of western; Florida lying west
girl about 11 years old pn a road near Small size Michelins made ot'ti'i. : d j
GIRLS! HAVE THICK, are daily being received by the of the Apalachicola river, made up of Winter Haven Tuesday afternoon and are
same quality materials, by the same
secretary of state, there seems to be the nine counties of Bay, Calhoun made improper proposals to her, he careful workmen In the aam modern ;i

1 somewhat of a general misunderstanding Escjimbia; Holmes, Jackson, Okaloosa lay dead in the woods a few mile factory that hare mad MichelinRingah.ped
HEAVY HAIR Santa Rosa Walton and
SOFT, as to the exact date the Washington, from there, shot down by a mob of Tabs and other Mlch- I
session of the legislature will Is a question that will be brought up
coming angry white men who took him from UR products faSMITH'S .' I
convene. The law provides that the to the Florida legislature in tits session I, ,
A 3d-cent bottle of "Uanderinc" will two deputy sheriffs who were tryingto
next month. This has
not only rid ;your snip of destructive biennial sessions of the state legislature question bring him to the county jail here.
dandruff and stop falling hair, bnt Immediately shall convene on the first Tues- been discussed for several years withno It was about 2 o'clock when the criesof A :.

your hair wrttw twin 'e day after the first Monday in April, legal action taken, but now the the child brought aid from people j
abundant i.r"I BO wondrous gk.+.y. Lot indicate that the state of Alabama has begun the proceedings .
would ses
"Duiderine" save your hair. Hnvo lots and this living nearby. She told them that .
of long heavy hair, radiant with life lion of 1921 will open on April/ a : in accordance with the constitution Boles, whd was driving along the road w
and beauty little less than two weeks distant.Is of the United States and now
asses it on the Florida legislaturefor
A TONIC Moore Haven in DeSoto or Palm further action and final. approvalor I GARAGE ,
drove's Tasteless chill: Tonic restores Beach county? That is the question disapproval. I
Starke Fla.
Energy and Vitality by Purifying. and raised in a criminal case in court a Full Line ofU"Jer'aAere'Suppliu "

Enriching the Blood. ,Wh n you feel its here today The legislature of 1879 Deputy Sheriff John Purvis of Lakeland I,

strengthening.Invigorating effect see bow designated the boundaries: of De Soto Is in a hospital in that city ser- ---. --_.

It brings color to the cheeks and bow and the then Dade counties The wes ously wounded, and Hamp and John AUTOMOBILE HEARSE I

it Improves the appetite, you will then tern boundary of Palm Beach, or the Always on hand. The best Mr- i
described as Habitual Constipation cured vice at the lowest price. Special Reduction In Prices You will I make a mistake i
appreciate its true tonic value.Grove's then Dade county, was la 14 toll: Days attention to telegraph or- BIg If order fertill
you your
Tasteless chill Tonic la simply the western shore of Lake Okeecho-
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is aepecisiyprepared era. Registered Embalmer. zer without getting our new price UstB just Issued. Plenty q ,
Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So bee, but drainage has since loweredthe Syrup TonJo-Laxa-Jve for Habitus) .
like It. The blood -- of Materials!' prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, In-
pleasant even children lake several feet, exposing a stripof Constipation. It relieves promptly but
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to land varying in width from five to should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 dayf DeWTIT C. JONES Becticidcs Sprayers Poultry Supplies.
Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs and s"ven milos Moore Haven is located to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and STARKE, FLA. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. t
Keflulales. Very Pleasant to T.u.tWc
Grip germa by Its Strengthening invlguesung t
on this reclaimed land. It, Is probable tec buttle.
Effect JOe.I M -
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