Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
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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)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Subscription-Per Year $2.00; Six Months, $1.CO,Payable) in Advance E. S. Matthews Editor and Proprietor.

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FLORIDA MAY 13. 1921.
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Garage, for many years TO FALL TERM William M. Edwards, one of the
owned and operated by A. W. & G. Many of business have
our men oldest and most Berlin May has
respected citizens of 10..G..rm.ny
Sam Ballinger colored. who killed Anderson has been bought by J. W. signed a petition for the closing of accepted .
The circuit court reconvened Mon. Starke died at his home corner Madison allied ultimatum. The
Andrews Jr.
Constable Bennett and also his who is now the Ford their stores
own or places business
eon, on the night of March agent for Bradford day morning, May ftth, Judge A. V. and Bay streets early! Friday Reichstag tonight by a vote of 221 to ,
26th near county. Mr. An Thursday at the remaining
noon, during morning May 6th after 175, yielded to the final
Long demands of
drews is presiding and A. S. Crews, a lingering ''j'ti
taken of
Lawtey, was out of one Starke's
jail at leading busIness of
portion and
May, June-- July illness the
state attorney. The news that Sam tit several months. allied powers and in so dolnJrlI'r.t'd *
Starke Sunday night by an armed men, having for many years August the closing to begin on next The to fulfill >.j
deceased the terms
been Ballingvr, indicted for murder In the was born in Bradford of the treaty
mob who compelled Deputy SheriffW. engaged in the livery and sale Thursday May 18th. This: is In or- first March 11 of Versailles "to the of"
degree county and
W. Bainden the stable business here and whose trial had been 1852 was a son capacity"
jailer to hand with his der <
lie is father. to give their employes an afternoon set for that morning, had been taken of the late Mr. Win. Edwards, In the nation to do so.
the keys to the wide-awake
over Jail. They then and enterprising off each week during the heated
and will I out of jail by a mob and lynched, 1879 he married Miss Josephine Tru- Dr. Wirth a Centrist leader, finally -
put the. negro into an automobile see that both term
and Ford and is
buyers a custom that la followed
and Ford threw a gloom over the court and luck who survives him. To the union formed .a coalition cabinet firmd .
drove to his
place in
mile owners
one went of this in
have territcry practically every town large or Judge Long demanded that the sheriff were born six children five of whom <' of Centrists Majority Socialistsand f.1
where he the highest
Lawtey, in
was hung front standard small.
of Those
Ford who have signed the
of his cabin. The body service. and his deputies exert themselves to survive their father namely: Mr. Democrats which confronted the ('
with bullets. was riddled Geo. petition so far are: find who the members of the mob Joseph Edwards of Starke; Mr. Roy grave necessity of speedily deciding 1;
Just what took Anderson who is classed Consumer's Lumber Co., Sam Ros were or any of them and h. wouldsee Edwards, of Ft. Pierce, Mrs\ E. V. that acceptance of the ultimatum was .
place as
is related at the jail one of the best automobile mechanics enberg N. Sternberg, Bradford County that they receive due punishment.The Simpson of Gainesville, Mis\ It. O. tho t only rourlll'1\
building in
: which the followingstatement Mr. in Florida, will remain with Telegraph, J. M. Alvarez J. W. following cases were disposedof Daniel of Jacksonville and Mrs.\ In making this announcement to tho ....
a copy of that Andrews.and will have charge of White & Son Bradford County Bank for the term: Henry .Freeman of Miami. Of other Reichstag the new chancellor asked .
Bent Mr. Baisdcn the
,dee. by The mob determined to Governor liar. for repair department where he has Harold C. Wall, Bank of St rke, J. F. State vs Frank Brown, (colored indictment near relatives he is survived by one for an immediate decision by that ,"

their and resistance was! to get many years given such satisfactory Klckliter. D. C. Jones, Mrs. G. M. In- for murder in the first de brother Mr. lease Edward. of this I''body, and in the vote which followed :
useless. service.
was A. W. Anderson has man, J. \Y. Morgan. gree. A doctor's certificate I government was sustained. ;
One of the foremost not showed '"
ones at least yet made his plans for As city.The
the future Thursday afternoon closing has !
had a pistol in his hand to enforce his but his friends will be become that. the defendant was in very poor deceased had lived. in Starke The allied ultimatum required 1\ definite .
I glad to know | a time-honored practice! in health.
arguments with. Mr. Batadcn's statement that he has no desire to leave Starke On motion of the state attorney for many years.' II* was a very In. m reply based on yrs or no. No :
Starke ; consider it
follows: and that he will Ion may as decidedfor the case was continued until dustrious man, strict in all his deal conditional: reply would bo entertained
probably engage in I this season also and in our next term and on account 'of the ill lags! nnd was therefore 1. and the ultimatum
highly wall formulated -
some other respected ,
"I regret much to have to line of business | next issue
very write here. will the
He we publish names health of defendant .j"
which would b.aggravated by nil. Throu-rh to expire the
on of
is a economy and night\ May 12.
you in regard to a lynching which young business man of of the remaining business who
sterling men,
by confinement he was good judgment hi had amassed muchproperty. The total sum which is
took place in this county this morn worth and it Is hoped he will contin I have not yet signed, who wish to joinin allowed release from I ciillt-d' Germnny
custody by furnishing I to Is / .
his upon pay 0,500,001) pounds
ue J
About two o'clock citizenship in *
ing1. this morning Starke.nEAUTlFl'l it. The public should, therefore, a $3,000 bond. Tho funeral services were ronduf't- and disarmament must bo carried out

l was awaicenea ny a car running up transact necessary business Thursday. State VII Kholtnn. TT.II !?,)!?...,,..,. ed I by Kev. B. D. Lnw.. of (lie First'I'I'y n...rmiinIn. al'rordan'e with the 1ff
to the front of the "'
jail next to the Torenonng
room where I Bleep. Four five ANNOUNCEMENT All matter for murder I in the; first ;degree.i : The Baptist church. The interment, In !provisions of the treaty and, the trial {I
or men PARTY intended for publication
I defendant's attorney being absent as I charge of Funernl Director) D. C. of war criminals must Im put into -f- '
came up and knocked on the door of the Telegraph should be )ji
sent in
I a member of Jones was at feet. Numerous
the other
state Crosby cemetery, The
legislature important
the jail and called me. I asked them Mrs. Walter W. not later than ;
Tilghman Wednesday to insure
enter upon motion of the state. attorney, the j active pallbearers were: Messrs. N. terms in which Germany lies born in
who it One tamed its
was. of them i 1
said "My a large number appearance in
current issue.
of her friends B. hull J. E. default will 1 IIP
is Jack Jackson." case was continued until next term of Uglow S. Matthews J. enforced.MRS. !.
name I said. "Mr. yesterday afternoon
at her home on ,I court and Hall!! was put under a bond F. Klcklitrr, N. I). Wulnwrlght and .1",
Jackson what do
want? He said street. The '
you '
lovely affair
was ANOTHER MEETING AT of $2600 for his lit R. S. Humphrey; the honorary pall ALVARE/
"1 want you to come to the door." I in honor of Miss Ella Mae appearance the ENTERTAINS; .'.
Long, thepretty TilE fall term of bearers M""Hrs.V..
BAPTIST CHURCH court. were, T Weeks, GRADUATING:! '
repeated my question and he said young daughter of CLASH
Judge and J. W. ,
I Andrews Sr. N. T. Kltch
"We have come after the negro, Sam Mrs. A. V. Long. The guests were State vs Cornelia Miller indictment J. M. ,
Ballinger." I told him "Gentlemen received by Mrs. Tilghman and Miss Dr. R. L. Baker of Jacksonville, I lit for larceny. Plead guilty. Sen Truby. Mrs. J. 1\1. Alvarez was hostess on \

you can't fret him." The spokesman Long! Mrs. L. W. Warren mother of Teaching Bible Clans tonic, a fine of $500 and court costs, The children of the deceased, were Thursday. evening, at 8:30: at a Imn-, .11ft'

then said, "We have come after him the hostess, and Mrs .ong, mother of or 12 months In the county jail at all present at the funeral and a largo. duet given in compliment to the dims
and we will pet him. You come to the honoree. An hard labor At thin writing the fine number of other relatives and friend. of ':21!J. namely. Misses Mona Alderman "

the door." I tried to reason with A white French basket, decorated interest in the soul life of men has' not been paid. escorted. the remains to their last Mnggio Maxwell !Ruby: Mia,.

them from the window and they with white tulle and asparagus fl'rn. As prompts the Bible another attempt at revival. The grand jury had found no true renting" plnee. The bereaved relatives Poppoll A II('N'' Alvarez, Messrs. .

commenced to kick or bent on the was placed near the door und from general direction school is assuming: the bills against J. Q. Dicks and Ed Dirks! are joined in their sorrow by (ho entire l.I'vCanova.: ; !Harry Cunova Orville '
of this
front door. One of them said, "Mr. this the guests, who were invited to meetings the emphasis will' series be of find they and their. witnesses were community. Grifils and Curl Johns.'

Baisden we don't mean to hurt you play cards drew the daintiest scorecards the line of practical and ethical along discharged and their bondsmen re- The bouutifully appointed. banquet
or of but don't imaginable. A teach leawrd. EUNICE CANOVA'S was nerved I nt (ho "popular,. .Junnitn
any your family, we hint of the surprise ing and preaching The minister in BIRTHDAYPARTY I .
want any foolishness; so, come to the of the occasion was given by charge Dr. It. L. Baker of State vs Willie Dicks indictment Cafe, (ho table "C'inl.ntercel, by 1hllllkl.t \
| pastor the
door." I went and opened the door the hand-painted design appearing Riverside Baptist for murder In the first degree. On of Shasta daisies tho clans \ .
| church Is
and one man got on each side of me.I thereon a big bridal bouquet, with fin I the best combination man) in the motion of the State attorney the case Little Kjnlcp: Klizuhi'lh: Canova celebrated flower. The plnpo, cards. wc-ro orimnientod '

begged them, "Don't do this. Let inquisitive cupid hovering rear. The South. The editorial secretary of the was continued until next term of her fifth biilhduy lust I Friday with daisies nnd I tho name

the negro go to trial today; and if he tallies as the appointments of this Southern Baptists writes "Dr. IlakeroUA'ht court this being Considered best, owing afternoon at the home;, of her parents, The done. in gold on n white. background., ,
is not convicted, you can fret him later lovely party; wore in green and white. to be a professor in our theo to the mob spirit that seems. to Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Cnnovn on N. were miniature' baskets '
holding I
just as well as tonight." I told White oleanders, with their snowy 1 logical seminary." lie rife in thq rounty at this time. Walnut lit ro.t. nailed almonda also, indivi
them that trying: and hoping that blossoms and glossy foliage the The Dicks was remanded to jail i dual bon bon boxes tlm class color
were pastor, Blanchard Law prom- again and A large number of children were. ,of white and \
they would go: off and leave him. flowers used to carry out this color ises: a genuine feast of spiritual the witnesses were discharged' and ,I Invited to make. merry with this pop-j gold being curried. nut '
'm. .., 1.., *,1J. .nn. "Vn.l Vl tnlL-n/l motif. these beinnr nlaeoH bound over until in every detail. The Imnquct, wits ,
a Ira in next
(_./frx.__>flira n._ thinirs that will It" Mnnrorinforl. . hv nil. term of court. I i ular little hostess on this happy oc-
long I enough.: Give p-th' keys.:" I masses through the pleasant rooms. denominations. -- -- ---.- -- It waR orH,'rpfl that m._ _nil.. fniiii.___...,.*., .'........ I cantonis; LOU. guonva nrrivpu! they. j I II served .In live courses tmmelv: fruit: i \

said, "Gentlemen, if there is one in Chandeliers were draped with asparagus The services which Jiave already tions and proceedings. not otherwise were served punch and escorted, to the cocklail; buked' fish with cream pots- ,.
toes' ,,ii.l .
the crowd that's got any reason about fern and English Ivy and the begun with fair interest make up dal disposed of, be continued. and the lawn to play games. Lucille Mitchell, pickles; bilked chicken,

h{m, let him speak up." One man on same graceful vines were used for a ly at 3 p. m. and 8:15: p.' ,m., until court adjourned for the term Monday Mary Cunova Lucille Johns, Klizoln'th : dressing Simula' rice, petit pois Juanita biscuit -

the steps said, "Boys let's listen to charmingly unique decorative feature. May 21st.MOTHER'S. afternoon. I! Andrews and Mrs. W. C. Powell aahtl; dally salad nerved with
Mr. Baisden and he will do just like Intertwined they slender Before the net ; Ice cream, void and white
composed grand jury was discharged assisted Mrs. Canova in looking after rake. almondx iced
he says." Two men then spoke at the arches diagonally across the card ta- HAY PROGRAM! AT last Wednesday, they'd tho pleasure of the little people, and, Miss|, Jennnelte Matthews rofTeo

same time and said "Shut your mouthwe bles and suspended from each by BAPTIST CIItTRCHDoxology. the court house jail and the ,, Mrs. L. G. Powell told charming ...tor.Ic. this' was toastmistress
have for the and white tulle, was a white premised' and on long to bo remotetiered -
come negro were wedding bell, praised the good order to an Interested audi >nco.
going to have him. We have talked decorated' in .green and bearing the in which they were kept. They con- I I I'" A peanut hunt on the lawn was a toasts (and occasion and the following
long enough." I then "Gentt'men table number. On either side sidered that the responses/ were given:
said of this Invocation. living apartments for happy feature of the party and In "To "
the II. II.
] if you won't listen to me, listen bell, also suspended by tulle hung Response choir.Responsive .i the jailer were rather cramped and 1 this contest Ix-ilu Dea Andrews and !Miss H., Harry Canova,

to my wife." My wife spoke and white hearts decorated "green. UpI I reading, Psalm G3. recommended that the county corn- I| Don Hoover found the largest number response"To the by Faculty Ruby" Mao Pnppnll
said "Gentlemen I have understoodthat on ohe appeared "Ella Mae missloners build Orville Gnffls; ,
Long Hymn Coronation. an addition to the of nuts, and as a prize.. the little response' by MisH Mona
Henry Bennett has said that he and on the other "Louis Tilghman Pastor's announcements. jail building for the enlargement of lady received a box of stationery and "To the Alderman.
don't want this done and he is the Jarmon" announcing in this delight Orchestra Just Before the Battle the jailor's quarters. the young gentleman a ball. by Miss Ailnen Girls Alvarez.Johns response

only one of the family." One of the fully novel fashion the engagement of Mother. The. little hostess "Bunny" ai she "To the Miss

crowd spoke and said, "Good lady, goto this popular young couple. The bride- Announcements Mr. Morgan. RIHTTTES-ALVAREZ is railed by her friends, was the recipient Boys by Ix. Maggie: Maxwell :-

bed." I then said, "If nothing else to-be was wearing an elaborately Anthem, I Love to Tell the Story. of a variety of presents ranging response vy Canova.

I will do you here's the key." They draped frock of orchid georgette, Hymn Revive Us Again.: A beautiful event of Tuesday from a tricycle to seventeen silk ---

said, "Yes and you must unlock the combined with peach-colored] georgette Prayer the marriage of Miss Sarah handkerchiefs. MR. TRUBY GIVES DINNER PARTY I

doors for us and we don't want you and trimmed with a touch of Clarinet solo Mr. Alderman. Alvarez and Mr. Ralph wall// Cake and ice cream in cones were

to play us no tricks." I told them jet and crystal beading. Her hat was Orchestra, Where i is My Wandering Rhodes. of Tallahassee, at G served to the children and each little
that I would show them no tricks.! of orchid georgette with flower band Boy? In the afternoon at St. Mark's guest received a dainty bouquet of To ccl,>bratfl his' seventy-fourth 1

One of them hollered from the front of roses in pastel shades. Mrs. Tilgh.mftn's Vocal solo and chorus Amazing church. Rev A. E. Dunham EpIscopai varl-colored sweet peas. There wall a I birthday, Mr. J. M. Trout invited a

door and said "Hell not show us any gracious and charming personality Grace Mrs. Wall. forming Ihe, interesting ring tier-,beautiful white birthday cake, on number of his particular friends. to
tricks." After they got the negro I was brought out to advantageby Sermon Rev. F. C. Edwards. the presence of only the im which burned five little candles and dinner with him Thursdny the .

still begged them not to do this and her handsome gown of grey canton I Orchestra, Mother Machree with mediate family. around the cake were arranged fragrant ftth Inst., at his pleasant home on N.

told them that the negro might be crene embroidered in blue. vocal chorus hv Rt>v. Law. i I ne altar. was covered with I sweet<< peas. Cherrv nf.riwt-
InnOt'ent. and begged them to let tne Twenty tables were arranged for The orchestra and choir gave de.I quisitfly embroidered white cloth] and ex7] I The list of guests Included: I/iiro. An elegant course dinner, Including

negro go to trial. They bid me "good progressive auction and at the con- I light to a large audience. The church decorated with Calla lilies, ivy and I thy hUtch, Eloise Ritch Etholin White'.,.1 everything good from turkey to ice

night" and left. clusion of the play scores were compared was tastefully decorated with flowers randies.' On the organ was placed I Betty MvLane, Hazel and Loin Adkins I (cream wall served I by Miss Mabol

From all appearance there was no Mrs. C. B. Carswcll being appropriate to the service and the large basket of Shasta daisies The a Ruth Slernberg, I.ols Long. Evelyn; Weller assisted I by Mrs. J. E.: Wil

apparent danger of any lynching and found to hold high and Mrs. John It. helpful and masterly discourse by bride was unattended and the and Marjorie Stump John I Etta Ca son. 'J" ..,, largo birthday cake was

the sheriff did not deem it necessary Randolph low. To Mrs. Carswcll! Rev. Edwards a former pastor was couple entered the church while young the nova Catherine Mcllormld./, Martha Iced In white and ornamented. with 71

to guard the jail. Mrs. Tilghman presented a most attractive attentively followed. wwMing! march from Lohengrin: was. and Mary Brownlre, Sara Hope!' and red candles. At the close of the dinner .

There were about seventy-five men set of breakfast doilies in : played as a processional by Mr*. W. Georgia Haynos, Martha Powell Pauline a basket of gifts was presented
In the crowd. All came in automobiles. blue and rose on oil cloth. To Mrs. hi ItS. BIGGS ENTERTAINS CLASS B. Harvard. After the Miner, Leila Dea Andrews, Alice to Mr. Truby, with the wish that he

Randolph was given as prize a dainty OF 21 Mendelssohn's Wedding March ceremony was Fernandez Louise Peek Georgia May might have many happy returns of

The crowd behaved very quietly and hand-painted plate. The honoreewas rendered as a recessional. Bohannon Ben Sternberg, Billy Graham .' the day.

were well organized Except: Mr. presented by the hostess with a Mrs. E. L. Biggs charmingly entertained The bride was the picture of youth Richard Long, A. E. Wall, Jr., The guests Included Mr. and Mr.. .

Baisden and bin family and Sheriff set of Madeira tea napkins in an unusually the graduating class Wednesday and happiness and was attired in a Arthur Darby Jones, S. R. Johns Jr., Cha F. Rnsey of Jacksonville; Mr.

Epperson no one in town knew what lovely design. evening at 8:80 at her hospitable handsome going away coat suit of Richard Harvard, Joe Edwards, Jr., and Mrs. N. B. Hull Dr. and Mrs. E.

had taken place the night before until Following the awarding! of prizes, home on N. Walnut street. navy poiret twill trimmed III braid James Richard Wainwright. Charles T. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. T. J Grit. .

about 7 next morning. Night Marshal Mrs. Tilghman, assisted by a numberof The class colors were carried out in aid buttons, with which she wore a Lucian Klckliter Junior McDonald fin, Miss Kate Livingston, Mr.. AnlCfe'I".

Alvarez had seen a good many her friends served the card players the decorations of the rooms yellow grey Georgette blouse embroidered in Merrill Futch Milton Brownlee Jr., Sternburg! Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow, '

automobiles coming in from the north and a number of guests who did lilies and white roses being used In krey and finished with faring of Charles Fields, Julian Peek Jr., Don Col. W. T. Weeks, Rev. David Lander.

traveling on various streets one or not join in the game with Neapolitan profusion. The happy party enjoyed Line. Her shoes were. of grev suede Hoover Colian Bohannon, Roscoe Mr- t

two drivers asking him about the way ice cream cake and salted almondfi. several interesting games and also and us tin, and her glove ""wer also Lane, Sinclair. Peek Jr., A. M. Pettlt MORE LAND SALES <,

to Ocala but he saw nothing unusual The green and white of the afternoon victrola music throughout the even- prey. This chic costume ,was completed : Jr. Lester Price and Eldridg Rob- 1

In that. Jacob Bundel, who lives op- was daintily carried out in the re ing. Punch was served when the by a small navy hattrimmed. Ins6n John and Frank Inman. Recently C. L-rk': A Son real '1
posite the freshments. Delicious fruit punch was guests arrived and the latter of with .
jail, had his window open part drooping grey feathers. tate dealers of Starke sold over 2700 ,
and must have been awake at the enjoyed throughout the card game. the evening Mrs. Biggs, assisted by The bride is the second daughter of 4. ST. MARK'S acres of land In this section, as fol- '/

time, heard no noise from the jail. Mrs. Tilghman's guests were unanimous her sister Miss Nelle Roberts served Mr. and Mrs..' J. M. Alvarez was born lows: ".1/I .

The lynchers returned as quietly as in declaring yesterday's partyone a delicious ice course of cream and. and reared In Starke; two years ago WhlUunday: To Austin Cary, 1700( acres in town "

they had come. of the loveliest and most exquisitely gold and white cake. graduating from the B. II. S., and 11 a. m., Holy communion and ser ship 6, Range 21, on and near Samp .
Sam Ballinger, since his arrest had arranged affairs of an unusually The guests included the graduatingclass !since that time has attended the mon. son lake. ;

been confined in the Duval county jail brilliant season.-Palatka] Daily : Misses Alleen Alvarez, Mona Woman's College In Tallahassee. She S p.'rn., Evening prayer and sermonA Alto a tract of 500 acres between .. t',.

but was brought back Saturday even News May 4th. j Alderman, Maggie: Maxwell, Baby II a lovely young woman and her meeting of the congregation Is Highland and Lawtey, and 600; acresat .'.i

ing.. all ann..h..ft.ln.- _, ..'.nh ,',1n1nee i Mae\ Poppell, Messrs. Levy Canova, friends here regret that her marriage called for Friday, 7:80: p. m., at the Highland known as the Cook ..p
Wa not ;apprehended;; ; the sheriff;: Allan Canova came down from Harry Canon, Orville Grime, and will cause her to live elsewhere. Mr. rectory to talk about repairs on the tate. es ';

ameers. Hi* trial had been set for Jacksonville Tuesday to attend the Carl Johns. Rhodes is a prominent young businessman church property. "

Monday. He had been indicted by the graduating exercises of the B. II S. of'Talla bas Bee, being a memberof CARD OF THANKS i !

grand jury for murder In the first de- MARTIN VICTOR IN JACKSONVILLE I the firm of Rhodes. Yeager Co., A. O. Andreu Gainesville, has ,,

Tee. dence for a verdict. The relatives of MAYORALTY RACE hardware. been In Starke during the week. Mr. We highly appreciate the kindness' I,

A coroner's jury conducted by Jus- I the dead man were allowed to bury Immediately after the ceremonyMr. Andreu II negotiating about business shown us by many friends during the \ ."

tice Chas Sapp of Lawtey was emI I the remains but it is said that the Jacksonville, May 10.-Mayor John and Mrs. Rhodes left In their car propositions here, and his many Illness and bereavement that Invaded

paneled Monday forenoon but the colored cemetery was refused the remains W. Martin defeated John E. Mathewsfor I for a wedding trip down the East friends will be glad to know that we our home, and express to them our ",

Jury took a recess until Wednesday and they were interred else the mayoralty office In today's Coart. They will be at home to their I will soon Include him among our citizenship heartfelt thanks. r '

on account of lack of sufficient evi- where. democratic primary. friends June first, Tallahassee. again. Mrs. Wm. M. Edwards and Family !'.: i

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MAY IS.: 1921. t

..- Mr. and Mr*. H. Palmer spent Fri- and hope she will Boon, improve. here Monday afternoon. r cine were universally applied in an,"interview Dr.- "
day near Gainesville with their mother E. W. Hales and children of SUrke Mrs. Melvin who has been visiting Raw announced" recently
t. 111I[: Mrs. Howard. spent. Sunday with Mr.'and Mrs. N. her son, J. J. Morgan, returned to I in a London paper. will ..
vaccine he claim,
The ,
G. Ilaye her home at Lawtey Monday.
John Thigpen left Monday for Pen-
i sacola Mrs. J. V. Edward was shopping In Mallie Surrency wa here Saturday not only human beings, but cattle; ;
ii where he will undergo an .
ope- In ,
stressed as
he ,
,, County News ItemslMUr ration.. Worthington Monday. afternoon. I and this latter fact
N. business visitor Mrs. J. D .Baxter is spending this his judgment most of the .cases
.. G. Hayes was a
D. D. Thomas returned home last I of tuberculosisof ,
human beings
to Lake Butler Friday. week with aelatives in Gainesville.J. among
Thursday, after a week's visit with Mr C.! M. Andreu and daughter, W. L. Pinholster, Mrs. Arrie the bones, joints, glands, spine and
.ttln* Fact Gathered During the Week br Our his nephew., Frazier Thomas, of nearGainesville. Fay, were shopping in Worthington Col son and daughter attended the B. hips have their origin, Jn Infected

+ Regular Correspondent Monday. Y. P. U. social here Friday night.. cow's milk.
i Mr. John Thomas and daughter, i Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harrell, of Mrs. S. J. Kelly has been on the 1 The claims of Dr. Raw, It is stated,
tr't Rhoda, spent the'week-end at Cooter r LaCrosse, were truest Saturday of sick list for the past few days. are based on twenty years of study.'
wr - I I Pond :with his daughter, Mr. Debbie Mr. and Mr. O. W. Barry. I Cantey Oliver spent Saturday here Actual experimentation began ,.eigh .
A HAMPTON Mrs. F. L. Drawdy is on the sick Shaw. Louise and Wilson Hayes of Starke, with Leila Mae Andreu. teen years ago, and laboratory work
lilt I I Avy Starling'made'-a. visit to Graham are spending' this week with their I Ray Andreu spent the weekend fourteen years ago. He bas treated

'-. Hampton, May 13. Miss Evelyn J. D. Goodman and Eldred Duncanof I Friday. grandparents, Mr. and Mr*. N.. G.Haye with relatives at Midway. i and r studied 10,000 patient The
Seals, of Jacksonville, is visiting. j Lake Butler, were here on bu.lne"1 i Little Carl Prescott' is recovering *. "" Bloxham Ward of Gainesville, was germs he i* now working with are of
friends here thi week. last week. (', after several weeks of sickness. Cephu Harrel land N. G. Hayes, a week-end visitor here.S. I the 190th generation, and he declares

Mr*. L. H. Bedenbaugh and daugh. J. M. Robert spent several day in Frazier Thomas and sons, of Gaines- Jr., attended church at Brooker Sunday A. Bryan, of Starke, passed thru that he is certain of his facts.If .-
IA tar Mis Ruby, returned from Lulu Starke last week.T. ville, were in this section Thursday. night. here one day of last week enroute to I' Dr. Raw's theories are correct,
Li' Saturday, where they had been the J. Dukes received a summon for D. D. and J. B. Thomas was trans Mr. and Mrs. Henry Surrency, of Wannee. his work reveals new secrets and
1 ; quests of Mr. Bedenbaugh'* daugh special juror and left Sunday for the acting business In Brooker Friday. Graham, were guest Sunday of Mr. Miss Edna Baxter entertained her!' explodes old fallacies He declare

i:i. ; ter, Mrs. O. J. Pearce. county seat.Marcus and Mrs. Bill Surrency. Sunday school class Saturday after- consumption is not hereditary; that
left for Atlanta Dekle and Rowand Johnson PINE HILL Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards, W. H. noon and the occasion was thoroughly i filth and bad air do not breed the disease -
Parks Sunday -
i Ga. where he will attend the. spent Saturday in Lake Butler. Harrell, T. B. and Seeber Edward enjoyed. Refreshments were served.L. but only add to the susceptibility
#.'.... .. term, of court. L. G. Miller went to Miller Fridayon Pine Hill, May 13_Mr*. A. O. were visitors to the county seat Mon- W. Sowell spent Tuesday In of human beings.
. spring business. Kensy and daughter, Marie, of Alachua. The doctor Bays his discovery will
' O. J. Abernathy, of/ Jacksonville Aubrey and Nelson Dekle spent Gainesville, are visiting her parent, day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards spent Jno. Shriver is tin the sick list this be given freely to the world-that he
?y was a business visitor to Hampton on Monday here fishing. Mr. and Mr. J. E. Clemons. Sunday with relative in Brooker. week. i never will permit it to be commercialized. -
Tuesday. G. W. Johnson was a business visitor Miss Vera Surrency spent Thurs- Mrs. Annie Willoure was shoppingin .
f. ,Rev. Gibson, of Melrose, will fill his to Miller Saturday. day and Saturday guest of relativesand Worthington Friday. DOBSON I I The results achieved by Dr. Raw are
apoplntment. At the Baptist church B. L. Duke was shopping in Duke friends In Brooker. Mrs. John Harrell, of Ralford, Is at i the production of a system of Inocu-
e Sunday.Mr. Monday. Messrs. Ray Andreu, of Brooker'l the bedside of. her sister, Mrs. James r Dobson, May 13.-John Hurst made'a '' lation which gives certain Immunity,
and Mrs. H. D. May, of Alachua Harry Shallar was a_visitor here and Lee Greene were Crews. business trip to Lake Butler Thurs the revelation that tuberculosis has
county,were visiting here Satur- Sunday. I I'tor in the Midway section.J. j Mr. and Mrs. Wiles Dubose, Mrs. day.M. two distinct forms, and the fact that '
day. Hearing that Mr. Dekle was about ,' E. demons was a visitor to thecounty i Cecil Cook, of Ft. White, and Mrs. H. Hurst and son, J. E., were immunity from either can be securedby
C. B. Roberts, of Graham, has beenIn to make some repairs on his mill, the I neat Friday afternon. i Ellen Moran,' of Bradentown, were business visitors to Guilford Friday)' a vaccine prepared from the bacillus
Hampton on business this week. good ladies of Five Mile decided they : Mrs. Verlie Johns and Mrs. Ada Clients at the home of Mr. and Mrs. afternoon. of the other. The two forms are
r'' M. H. Roberts, of Hahira, Ga., has would meet there and have a fishfry I Kenney and daughter, Marie, were In r rI W. M. Harrell, Thursday.Mr. Roy Douglass, of Guilford, was the the human-that Is what is commonly
been the guest of his sister, Mrs. H. Friday, May 6th, the day appointed.The Brooker Saturday afternoon. 1 1I and Mrs. T. L. Willis and chil- guest of friends Saturday. known as consumption of the lungs-
B. Peeples. following families assembled at I Dave Greene and sister, Pearl, Evan dren spent the week-end with relatives Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hurst were vis-. and the bovine, which infects cow's
L. A. Johns and family, of Alachua ; the home of Mr. Dekle and the fun hedge, Fred and Lee Greene were in Starke. itors to Lake Butler Saturday. I, milk, and through it may be transferred -
were guest of Mr. John mother, began: : Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Parker, of among those attending the ice cream Miss Ellen Norman is visiting her Mr. and Mrs. John Dobbs, of Manning to the hips and other joints,
Mr*. Annie Johns, Saturday and Sun Miami, Mrs. S. S. Proctor and daughter supper at Brooker Friday night. sister, Mrs. A. A. Edwards. were week-end guests of his glands, bones and spine of human beings -
day.W. Miss Marshall, Mrs. II. L. Spln- Miss Willie Mae Olliver who is attending Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards were I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dobbs; of''' Al Iconsumptlon Is spread by *
E. Baker, of ,Brooklyn, was a kle and son, Henry, G. D. Faircloth the normal at Brooker, spent shopping in Brooker Saturday. Mann. I infection, bovine tuberculosis being-
business visitor here Tuesday. and son, R. D., of Lake Butler, Mrs. the week-end with homcfolk Arthur Edwards was a business vis- John Hurst was a visitor to Baker I conveyed in tuberculous milk. By this
A. A. McDonald was attending to Lena Drawdy and children, Mrs. D. I. Miss Vera Surrency spent FridayIn itor to Worthington Monday. county Sunday. I vaccination, it Is claimed, dairy stockif
.' business in Starke Tuesday Illume, Mrs. Barbara Dukes, Mr. and Alachua shopping.Mr. Miss Etha Clayton, of Aucilla, Is W. M. D. Hurst spent Sunday with inoculated when they are calves,
W. C. Allgood has returned to his Mrs. T. J. Dukes and family, Mr. and and Mrs. J. E. demons attended the guest at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. l'aullllikell, of Olustee. :, can be rendered immune and guaranteed -
,, home here, after a week's visit with Mm.. B. L. Duke and family, Mr. and church at Little Springs Saturday Mrs W. M. Harrell. I to produce uncontaminated
friends and relatives in Waycross. Mrs. P. P. Dekle and family, Misses C. M. Andreu was in Brooker Mon- MILLER I milk; and it Is also claimed that con.
A. A. Durden has moved his grocery Hattie' Dukes, Pearl Roberts, Mae Several of the young folks surprised day attending to business. dumptives, if the course of the disease -
and dry goods store in his, new Duke, Norma Dekle, J. M. Dukes and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johns Satur- O. S. Thomas, of Miller was in Miller, May 13.-Seeber Thmag and is not too far advanced, can be
;, building on Main street. Marcus fickle day night with a party. Those pres- our section Monday. % sister, Misses Virgie and Ruby, of i cured.
Mrs. A. M. McMaster, of Jacksonville Dinner was late but it was thor- were Misses Pearl Greene, Willie Mae' Bill Surrency was a business visi- Alachua, visited friends in this com- The doctor does not claim that he
is the guest of her mother, Mrs. oughly enjoyed. Beside the usual Oliver, Iva Colson, Vera and Rosa tor to Worthington Saturday. munity Sunday.Mrs. has discovered a universal cure. It is
p F. II. Chesser, this week. array of picnic goodies, spread out In Surrency, Messrs. Tom Mfiricey, Dave Roland Thomas and son, Murray I obvious, he says, that no human agency -
!\In. D. W. Moore, of Theressa, was abundance, there were platters of fish Fred and Rusell Greene and Mallie BROOKEK spent the week-end with Mrs. J. can replace lungs that have been
r } the guest of her mother, Mrs. D. fried to a delicious crispy brown. Surrency. At a late hour the guests M. Mott, of Lake Butler. I I', destroyed, or are so much affected
; ". Jones. Sunday. I departed.H. Brooker, May 13Rev. Ridenour, J. S. Brown was a business visitorto that, even if the destructive process
Miss Johnnie J.ue Drawdy Is spending ZIFF R. Brown, of Brooker, was a of Gainesville, will fill his regular appointment Starke Monday. I 1 is arrested, they could not resume
this weekwith her uncle,. L. A. business visitor here Monday after- here Sunday at the Missionary N. H. Stokes made a business tripto their essential activity. A regular
i Johns, of Alachua. Baptist church. Lake Butler Thursday. supply of oxygen ill vital to the body.If .
Miss Madge Middleton, of Starke, Ziff", !May 13.-Mr. and Mr. henry noon.Mr .and Mrs. Oscar Rimes, of Lake Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell and Inez J. F. Williams was called to the the lungs are no longer capable of
( c wan .visiting In Hampton this week. Thomas and children, of Graham, Butler, were guest of her parents, Abernathy motored to Graham Wed- bedside of his son, Salter, of High insuring that supply, there is no real
Many of our people attended the spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greene Sunday. nesday afternoon.R. Springs: who is suffering with an ab hope of saving the victim.
p commencement exercises at Starke Mrs. J. B. Thomas. Mrs. Susie Sapp visited relativesin A. Weeks spent part of last week scess. Minor points of considerable interest -
this week. Bob Lee, of Theressa, was in this I this section last week. attending to business in Jacksonville. I' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parrish, of i brought .out by .the noted physician
: r Rev. J. Mullady, who has been con section last weekend.Mr. Ralph Hazen, Alvin demons, Lee Claude Crosby spent Monday in the 1, Dukes, visited the latter's parents, in his statements are that the
ducting a series of meetings In Jacksonville and Mrs. Isaiah Fowler and and Fred Greene were visitors In county seat. i I I Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Waters, Tuesday. disease is not hereditary and that overcrowding -
returned to his home here children, of Raiford, spent the weekend Brooker Sunday afternoon. Fred Ilazer. spent a few days of I Miss Thelma Thomas, who has been poverty and the bad con-
,r Sunday evening. here with relative and friends.R. Messrs. A..L. Greene, G. W. Karen last week in Gainesville. visiting relatives in this community ditions that are popularly supposedto
< B. Thomas was a business visi and sons Emory and Evin, were in Mr. and Mr*. Jno. Surrency and for the past week, returned to her produce consumption are wholly
J 1 tl.\\Pf>i' FIVE MILEs tor to Brooker Saturday. Brooker Saturday afternoon.A. son of Graham, spent Sunday here home near LaCrosse. ;powerless to do so. Direct. infection,
t ''','' Miss Avy Starting spent Sunday at B. Surrency was a business vis- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Os- Seeber Stokes was in Worthington either through tuberculous milk, or
: Five Mile, May 13.-B. L. Duke and Graham with her cousin, Pearl John. itor to Brooker Tuesday. teen.Dr. recently.B. contact with Infected human beings Is
I... G. Johnson assisted P. P. Dekle in A.son. Tribble, of LaCrosse, made a E. Brown made a business trip the only way in which either form of
\ some repair work on his mill Wednes Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott and BRADFORD 'professional call here Monday. to Gainesville one day last week. the disease can be contracted. Overcrowding

... day.U.. ,children spent Sunday at Graham at I Mrs. Tiercy Roberts, of Graham, is Olson Thomas made a business trip of course, does aggravatethe
L. Duke and L. G. Johnson wOre the home of Mrs. Florence Johnson. Bradford, May 13.-Mr. and Mrs.C. here, in a visit with relatives to LaCrosse Monday. evil by making the processes of
ii business visitors to Lake Butler last Ellery Thomas was in the Louise M. Andreu and children, Harley Donald Adkins, of New River, spent Miss Grettis Thomas entertaineda infection almost absolutely certain
1 ". wuok. I section Sunday morning. and Fay, spent the. week-end with relatives Sunday afternoon here. number of the young people Satur- should any member of a family living
:r i,> J. !M. Dukes and sister, Miss Hattie Miss| Alma Thomas, of Graham, in Starke. There will be a cemetery workingat day night with a party. Games were under such conditions become a
J 1. :<: were shopping In Lake Butler onR spent Sunday afternoon with Misses Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hayes are visiting I Dedan Thursday, May 19th. Every- enjoyed and delightful music render- victim.
I ': j : Wednesday. Lomie and Alva Thomas. relatives here. body invited to come and help. Bring ed. The guests departed, voting Miss Describing the processes of his investigations -
, "In n R J. R. Davis attended services at I John Shaw, of LaCrosse, spent. Sunday We are sorry to report Mrs. James working tools. Thomas a delightful hostess. Dr. Raw is quoted as
, :;bh Little Springs Saturday and Sunday. here with friends. Crew seriously ill at this writing, I Those_from here attending the opening Among those who. _were presentwere follows:
at Worthington Springs Thursday Misses Anna and Eulalia Mooreor "In 1906, I received from Professor
night were, Misses Eunice Hazen, Ve- ,,Lulu, Anna and Clifford Dennison, Koch of Berlin, a specimen of human
t' ItRtOf6tWm 01CmtD1 0mtOtll+IIU x+rlmlliwi6mtuln 11i da Watson, Marguerite Shriver, Inn Van Cone, of Midway, Mabel, Pearl bacilli taken from an advanced rase

i 3.' 1 '. Abernathy, Messrs. Eldon Baxter, and Carrie Belle Brown, Johnnie and of pulmonary tuberculosis. I also received -
Claude Crosby, Lewis Shriver, Lucian Trumie Rimes, Elsie Stokes, Francisand specimens obtained from a cow,
I and Fred Hazen. Minnie Belle Waters, Gertrude and from the liver of a chicken.
Miss Beadie Croft, of Lulu, has entered Parrish, Thelma Thomas of LaCrosse "These cultures have been subcul-
the normal here.J. Ila Nettles, Messrs. Ray Andreu, tured and transferred month
D. Baxter spent part of last week Charlie Cone, Tom, Charlie and Ben for 14 years, so that the present
visiting relatives in Georgia. Moore, Seeber Stokes Wilbur and growth represents the 190th
Miss Clara Cone is cm the sick list Eurie Brown, Robert Pritchard, Fred genera-
this week. and Willie Bielling Albert tion."I
Miller, Lee detected no change in the viru-
Mr. 'Coffin, of Johnstown has the Greene, George and Armory Shaller, lence until 1912-the 94th generationof
position of carrying mail on route 2. Johnnie Ward, and Truby Fairish. sub-cultures. After that time at-
Eldon Baxter and Lubedia Pinhol- Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Rimes attended tenuation
marked, and a series -
ster motored to Worthington Wednes. church at Lake Butler Sunday. of animal inoculations made in
day afternoon. Mr. Thomas, of Starke, was in thin 1913-14 finally produced non-virulent
The B. Y. P. U. social here Friday community Tuesday buying Irish po- bacilli.
night was a perfect success and all tatoes. "The
f1 seemed to themselves.Mr. Mrs.' Olson Thomas experiments conclusively prove
+ y ;,, visited rela- that virulent bacilli can be attenuated .
and Mrs. W. Andreu, of New tives at Midway Sunday.
to such
yo I a degree as to be non-viru-
River, were in here Saturday after. Mr. and Mrs H. C. Peoples attended lent and
non-disease-causing to highly -
noon. Sunday school at Sardis
Those attending the roadsmeeting afternoon.T. sensitive animals and in my opin-
:f .:?: good ion this fact places in our hands a
in Starke H. Waters
Friday night were was a business visi safeguard against
Messrs. Jno. Shriver and son, Lewis, tor to Lake Butler Wednesday. and a
if. protection of the human
? M. P. Matheny, J. D. Baxter, H. P. Harry Pinkston made a business attack body against
which will be of
. Gainey R. A. Weeks, Eldon Baxter, trip to Starke Monday. greatest
." value; not
", E. only in the prevention of
J. Clemons. Tommy Hewitt of Lake Butler
was the disease
which is the
Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children and In this community Saturday. paramount
<<.''.. Marguerite Shriver, were in Worthington Isaac Waters, of Lake Butler, Is matter, the thing of greatest importance
> Tuesday afternoon. Visiting his son, T. H. Waters. as a remedy for those already -

l Ii I. W. Pinholster was In Starke on J. L. Brown was in Lake Butler one suffering.
Friday afternoon.E. day last week. "The results of my work on animals

Our Optical Department J. Ward and family, of Gainesville i Mr. Lamb, of Worthington, passed >. against absolutely show that immunity'
spent the week-end here.A ; through here Wednesday. infection I. produced by the
roads J. S. Howard injection of attenuated bacilli, and It
good meeting was held here of Duke, was in this ''Is
Saturday afternoon.Mr. section one day last week. reasonable to suppose that the
and Mrs. R. W, Surrency, of same will hold good In the human.
,p Our optical department is equipped with everything that Graham, passed through here Wed. CLAIMS VACCINE WILL PREVENT virulent"Cattle can be rendered immune to

is needed to make it up-to-date, and is under the management' nesday Clarence, Scaff, of Cross City, wa ; CONSUMPTION- bovine with virulent bacilli by human previous bacilli inoculation -;

In here friends. 'Dr. Nathan Raw I am convinced that there is a mark-
I J of Dr. L. C. Coles, who is a graduate and registered optician: Messrs.Sunday Dave visiting Greene and Tom Mar. Tuberculosis Society, president of Great Britain of the ed tween antagonism in the human body be-
and Miss and British human and bovine Infections,
''d. key Pearl Green attendedthe member of the Interna
social} here Friday night. tional Committee on Tuberculosis and it is an indisputable fact that
You assured of and lenses ? is
are aperfectfitting'frame correct Mrs Sapp, of New River, spent partof credited with one of the most Important these two organism cannot flourishin
last week here with relatives. medical discoveries the body at the same time.
: when our expert optician examines your eyes for we make the i Mrs. Martha Parrish, of Dukes, time. It is declared that he has of found all "A child who develops a primary

;spent a few days of last week here a vaccine by which he has assured abdominal tuberculosis with involve-
complete glasses right in our own shops. Nomatter how com- 'with relatives. himself through thousands of experiments ment of the mesenteric glands or an
I Miss Edna Baxter: returned home that people can be rendered infection of the neck glands, whichare
e fi plicated and get them the same day.| .s:1 'last Wednesday after a pleasant visit Immune from tuberculosis.Since usually caused by the bovine bacillus
;with relatives at Jacksonville and Professor Koch, of Berlin, in conveyed in tuberculous milk
Hortense, Ga. 1882 discovered the tubercle bacillus Is immune to infection by the human
E. T. Stewart is here on a visit there has been but little If ad- bacillus for the remainder jof life, and
SEE US TODAY AND SEE BETTER TOMORROW with his family. vance In the war against this any terri young adults attacked by the human

Eldon Baxter was, in Starke Mon. ble scourge at least none compara bacillus, producing primary pulmonary -
day afternoon.S. ble to that claimed fort Dr. Raw's tuberculosis, are immune to bovine

r--*:.,.. C. H. COLES &. SON 1 V. Andrea and family spent preventive vaccine. It seems to placeat infections for the rest of life."-Tam
/ Sunday with relatives at Midway.Mr. the command of mankind the pa Daily Times.
''S. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA p' 1 Jr 1Dml -and Mrs. Charlie Edwards and tcf stamp out the ,greatest/ of all Days
daughter passed through here Mon- scourges within a few generations. Pflei Cured In 6 to 14

...... ........ day enroute to Starke. "Tuberculosis could be DnMSUt.refund money W PAZO OINTMENT fell
..... '_._._.." '.. ., "_ BDI OXI nmrr. .m r Mrs. C. F. Litehfield of within few [
Clayno, was a generations if this vac- Inamnl.y laltavol luhlnd PUiM.. And you "D i
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F Bradford County Farmers JI j : Itwas time

COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS In shape. Hay cannot be harvested
profitably if the land is in beds or PALMETTO

Columbia made two trips to hog holes, or is covered with stumps, hard ht
all ri
L farms this week to buy purebred pigs: i bushes or roots. wake -up
for club members. The pigs will be Time and money spent on a, hay BEACH MANPRAISING
g delivered May 15. Steps are being I crop will be time and money well
Federal farm loan spent County agents should be call-
,, taken to form a
sociation, for this county. as.1 ed upon by farmers lines.for information IT MY BRAIN was busy TO BUY that cigarette
along hay-growing . . .
Suwannee-A recent survey of the BUILDING AIR castlos. THEN LIGHTING up.
. . .
watermelon crop reveals practicallyno SOME\ IMPORTANT INDUCEMENTS
r . .

,,v Holmes-The watermelon crop is 1. Florida has an abundance of SUFFERING FROM FINALLY. .I dozed. off. AND SAYING. ., "Oh. Boy

fully two weeks ahead of the average good, yet uncultivated lands whichare ATTACK OF "FLU" t AND PROMPTLY dreamed. IT'S THE exact copy.

previous crops. cheap compared with lands cf -- . . .

other states. "I Just needed a general, all round THAT I was awake. OF THAT. .'Satlify'. blend.
Taylor-I am conducting a 30-acre 2. The farm in Florida generally . .
and Tanlac has done that
rry ; up,
r. i demonstration of peanuts for hogs on produces a large proportion of the very thing," said Manuel Gonzales, BUT WOKE. right. up. AND THEN. . came
> new land, planting the peanuts about food consumed in the home, probably Fla.
1 Palmetto Beach, Tampa, AND lAID to mjrself.
I asleep.
AND was
twice as thick as the average, harrowIng averaging around 80 per cent. "About a year and a half ago I . . .
$' and packing the land after break- 3. The climate of Florida Is unsurpassed. had a terrible attack of influenza and THEN I got thinking. "THIS TIME you're dreaming
and . .
Ing planting. It left me In a very weak and run
4. A large number of crops maybe down condition. I never felt hungry OF A wonderful formula. FOR SURE.. .
l'asco-Tob harvesting is un- grown in this state, such as corn, meal and I hada . .
enough to enjoy a ,
darn foot
der way, probably the earliest harvest sweet' potatoes, oats, sorghum, cane, hacking cough which kept me FOR MAKING. . cigarettes.I WAKE UP. ., you.
In the history of tobacco in this peanuts, velvet beans, cowpeas, beg-
awake night. no I Just couldn't regain I PLANNED it all out. WHY, THAT 'Satisfy' blendL
state. The crop is good.: The cooperative garweeds: cotton, truck and fruit my strength. . . .
spirit among farmers still exist crops, and many pasture and hay "My nerves got me in such a con- SO MUCH Turkish tobacco. SIMPLY CAN'T be copied."
. . .
Numerous organizations aresaving .
dition at times that I couldn't do any
money by buying farm and 6. The soils as a rule have sufficient thing but pare the floor for hours, BLENDED* .JUST. 110 with Barter. '.
home suplies in large orders. I do sand to make them easy to cultivate and any time just the least excite- AND OTHER Domestic leaC.
not see how a county agent could get when dry or when wet, thus ment would completely upset me. S S .
} along without some kind of farmers making it possible to keep both men "Well, I tried everything could Air.right Tint of BOA AND I knew that blend. -
organization to assist him in his work !and teams busy for productive work. hear of in my efforts to get: my health tk your dealer foahow . THAT'S a fact-the "Satisfy'you
6. The topography: of Florida is back BO I could enjoy life, but noth- the new vmcuum- WOULD MAKE a hit. be copied. It's our
Oscpula-Shipping; of tomatoes general' level or very gently rolling, ing helped me until I got Tanlac. But sealed tin of SO Cheaterfielda. ' own secret putting those good tobaccos
'I commenced this week. Cucumber season making it easy to have large fields improved from the start A compact convrniunt I COULD Just see together a way that gives
appetite .
my of their fn-
I about ended, growers being satis- and to use tractors and other laborsaving when 'I got Tanlac, and now I am end absolutely OF happy people.' you every You'Ulmack; last ounce your lips over

$ fled with the prices received. machinery, thus insuring large eating just like I used to, never have AIR-TIGHT lltt cigarette keep p.clr.inllCROWDS fresh . grance.Chesterfields.' And remember you

I er crops that cough any more, and my nerves indefinitely. THRONGING INTO stores. can't get "Satufy" anywhere alesad .
1. Marlon-Real live interest Is being 7. By planting corn, velvet beans are an quiet and steady as a clock. I . .
I t manifested in efforts I am making and peanuts all on the same land, it sleep like a log nights, have gained
1 to pet a creamery located hore. Nearly In possible to grow as much grain on several pounds in weight and am
all farmers are wanting cows. The an acre here as In any other part of feeling better in every way than I

business men of Ocala, too, are interested country. Furthermore, these crops have in years. Since Tanlac has really -
find will give the undertaking may be harvested almost wholly by made life worth living for me I am

, p p financial support.- -- hogs costs.and cattle, thereby reducing\ labor always-. praising it." hest fieio'Llocm'

, ?. Polk-Growers are getting mater 8. Livestock can bo furnished with
i'' H' lal find machinery in order, preparing green, succulent feed throughout the Saturday.
i, to spray for white fly year, thus making th'e production of Cleveland Lee, Misses Myril and
d farm animals an economical business. Elythe Collins, Eva and Lily Lee, of
Lakeside attended services! here Sun-
Escambia have recently placed U. The humus and nitrogen: supply -
' ten granddaughters of Scissors, the in our soils may be Maintained or day.
Beans cucumocrs and some strawberries & MYERS TOBACCO Co.Jule .
f.r>0,000 Cherry King boar These increased' easily due to the heavy ,
growth of vegetation during rainy are being shipped away from
' were bought at a bargain and need- I here daily. [d. -,,- ,_,_ ____.____.... __ _ _..
snosons. Velvet beans probably take '-- -
lens to say every boy is proud of his
' new possession. more nitrogen from the air than any I I Mrs. G. M. Bennett was visiting
i" other crop grown In this country, relatives at Itaiford during the week
amounting to more than 200 poundsto Eunice, of Sanford, spent Sun- standing any strain or position. Thin tery Tuesday. During a long life of
St. Lucie-On April :.10 a flower' the acre in one year in some cases. end.Johnnie Williamson\ of Jennings, day with his family here. instrument received' the only awardIn industry, square dealing and kind
" .. fruit and vegetable show was held ntrplliirnero 10. Florida lands may be kept spent' a few days here last week with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bennett, of England and in Spain producing deeds the deceased had won many
" the county ugent acting ttt<< growing crops practically all the year friends and on a finning trip. Jacksonville, spent last week with results without surgery, injections, friends, who deeply deplore his loss
: judge It was u most creditable exhibit and thus prevent leaching and eros Ben Hall is home again, after. being relatives in and near Lawtey.J. medical treatment or prescriptions.Mr. --
:If. of garden, farm and field products I ion. employed at Hampton. W. Barbour left Tuesday for MIami Seeley has documents from the MRS. I'EACOCK'S FUNERALMrs.
s u dhow that wouM\ have been a Samuel Woodard and Ben Hall, where he has been summoned as United States Government, Washington -

credit to a much larger anal older' LEARNING FROM RATS spent Friday and Saturday at Brook- a witness before the U. S. grand juryin D. C., for inspection. All charity I ;
community lyn lake fishing and had very good session there this week. cases without charge, or if any Estelle Bugg Peacock, daughter -
r',, -- luck. J Mrs Mitch Prevatt and son, Calvin interested call, he will be glad to show of the late Col. Thomas E. Bugg,
Gndfilen have accompanied par.ties Outstanding are ('t.rtuinIIons lire Burrows of Starke, motored were visitors to Jacksonville on name without charge or fit them is died in Bartow on the 4th Inst, and
into the county this week for the taught by experiments in the laboratories through here Sunday morning.Rev. Thursday. desired. Business demands prevent her remains were' brought here' last

. purpose of making pictures for county of the home demonstration department C. J. Bruner of Lake City, will Felix Long, of Starke, was transacting stopping at any other place in this Friday for interment in the family
J publicity purposes.VoltiHiii of the Florida State Collegefor fill his regular appointment at the business in Lawtey Saturday. section lot at Crosby cemetery.Col. .

f ;;- ; Women, Tallahassee Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. liaymond Hess of Jacksonville, wasa P. S.-Every statement in this notice and Mrs Benjamin Bugg, Mrs.
{ -Tlirro formers hove just These experiments are with rats, L. B.
Everybody! come. visitor to Lawtey Sunday. has been verified before the Federal Epperson and Ben Peacock accompanied -
I' ordered foncing together through the guinea pigs and various foods.It Rev Black and the Cox family held and State Courts-F. II. Seeley. the body from Bartow. A
'I'1 agent They saved $150 on the order gives one an idea'of why some LAWTEY services at the Saxton Methodist Home office, 117 North Dearborn St., number of old friends and acquaintances
of our neighbors are big and strong
;, church Sunday afternoon. Chicago-Adv. It. met the train, and the pall-
F and good looking and why some arc Lawtey' May 13-Enoch Grime was Miss Iba Blaas of Jacksonville visIted bearers were, N. T. Ritch, J. F. Kick-

''f"l S4.'minolp-Many of our truckersare. small and weak and(] homely Of liter, E. S. Matthews
business visitor to Jacksonville J. M. Alvarez,
a on FOR HOuSE
friends in Lawtey Sunday.L. BREEDERS
growing early legume this course, this is not to that
crops( say poor T. P. Wall and T. J. Griffin. Rev. B.
\ year rather\ than corn. Corn promises foods cause all cases of runtlness, Wcdnenday. H. Hill( was transacting businessIn attaraaaa aaaau I D. Luw of the
, l to be cheap and they believe the weuknes sand ugliness./ But it makes Presiding Elder J. B. Ronney, of Starke first of the week. Tax Assessor N. D. Wainwright has ducted the burial Baptist church, con-

:. legumes will be of more value to the it safe to say that more people are Jacksonville\ filled' an appointment at At the Woman's Club meeting held' received from Senator D. U. Fletchera touchingly) of the service and spoke
church The good
I many qualitiesof
land than the corn will be to their made big and strong and good; looking the Methodist Wednesday at the club house last Friday after copy of a letter to the senator from the deceased.
It,, pock 'lbooks.HOW because of wholesome food than second quarterly conference was held noon Mrs. L. II. Hill was elected pres- I II. L. Rogers, quartermaster generalof active member of Mrs.the Peacock was an
after the services. Baptist church
for the luck of it. immediately ident, Mrs. J. T. Moore, secretary, the U. S. army, in reply to a letter and noted for her
f good works.
t : ABOUT TilE FALL: HAY In being shown through the roomsit The Cox family, traveling evangelists and Mrs. W. E. Torode, treasurer. suggesting the advisability of placing 9
., .. CROP! was explained to the writer than who were advertised for a ser- Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville, stallions of improved breeds in Flor- Before her marriage Mrs. Peacock
the purpose of the experiments is to iea of revival meetings' lasting ten spent Sunday and 'Monday with her ida for the benefit of horse breeders. was Miss Estelle Bugg, and when a

tl' Two million dollars of Florida money verify certain generally; accepted theories days at Grace church, arrived in town parents, Rev.'and Mrs. E. D. Boyer. The quartermaster's office is anxious young girl she moved with her parents

,li was spent for hay of other states and to help establish additionalones. Wednesday. The services will continue Mr. and Mrs. Perry Browning and to furnish such'animals to responsible from West Point, Miss., to this

" last year. until next Sunday night. The son, of Plant City, spent a few days parties, but so far there has only been town. She was a cousin of the late
), This fact is sufficient reason why Several tests are being conducted, entire family takes part in the services with relatives in Lawtey last week. one inquiry from Florida; it, is froma J. L. Brownlee, who moved here
Florida farmers ought to produce hay but one of the most striking and interesting furnishing excellent music for Mr Enoch Grime and little daughter Jacksonville man, and arrange- shortly after Col. Bugg selected
1 liny production should be a profitable ones warrant special mention the choir. The whole community is Pearl, were visitors to Jackson ments are now being made to send Starke as his home.
; ;;, business. Every farmer' needs raise Two pairs of rats, belonging to invited to attend these meeting dur- ville last week.R. him a fine stallion. Mrs. Peacock leaves the following

! I enough to feed his own stock. Many the same litter and thus have the ing this week. II. Smith, of Jacksonville, was a Those in Bradford county who may near relatives: A son, Ben Peacock;
). farmers could, no doubt, find it profitable same chances, from the standpoint of Miss Bessie Terry, of Jacksonville\ visitor to Lawtey last week.W. desire to go into horse breeding, and a brother, Col. Benjamin Bugg, of
,, to grow hay for commercial purposes heredity, were in two different cages.' spent Sunday at the home of her par- E. Torode was transacting business would have a stallion of approved Atlanta; a sister, Mrs. L. B. Epper-
One pair were fed grits, bread, sweet ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry. in Jacksonville first part of the breed, should communicate with Sen- son, of Bartow.
,y Our hay crops would yield more potatoes, bacon and collard greens, The many friends' of Mrs. L. H. Hill week. ator D. U. Fletcher, Washington, D.
heavily were they planted earlier and an4 no milk. The other pair were fed' are glad to see her out again, after C., and learn conditions, and what Sugar From
Charlie Miller left last week for Wood.
t'J. l> given the attention their importance a food considered well balanced, containing being confined to her home for several steps are to be taken in securing an Now they're
. making
northern New York after spending a tiuirnr out ol
- warrants During the hurry and rush considerable milk, and whichis days with a severe cold. animal. I wood. Chemists ;
few with friends in have found that
J. I). Randall of Orlando days Lawtey. they
of the growing and cultivating season recommended by home demonstration Mrs. ,
W. II. Hurt is business visitor to can take a ton of sawdust and .
.. it is easy for the farmer to neglect agents for man. There was a spent last week with friends in town. a PUBLICITY GALORE quarter of get
I a ton of
Glen St. Mary this week. out of It
' 1' and postpone getting the hay 'remarkable difference between the Mrs J. It. McCulley' and little son, sugar
Our farmers have been busy The process! ('onRh,'" of the
crop started. In many cases it is I two pairs of rats. One pair were tiny, James, of Jacksonville, spent several very Some time ago the Telegraph made ; sawdust Into
during the past two weeks pickingand n retort and sub
:, postponed until the main grass-grow weak looking/ scrawny, pale-runts. days with relatives in Lawtey last mention of A. G. Rogers' Intending to I jotting It to
beans. The dlWHtUin |
ing has reared end. The other well husky week. shipping string prices start I with u weak so
season an pair were grown, a factory here for the.. manufac lution of
Land upon which has been grown strong, fat and sleek, of good Ct>o. W. Stokes left today for Tampa. have been very satisfactory, from ture of a certain instrument to be used I of from sulphurous acid under a pressure
spring and winter crops might as well color' --for from being/ runts. He will probably spend several $2.50 to |3.60 per hamper.The by engineers, machinists and carpenters I pounds to the ninety to one hundred
tic 1 work weeks there and at other points on revival meetings at Grace square Inch. Eighty percent
: kept at productive growing; These tests have been carrier on Mr. Rogers was in Starke
rowpoos or some other crop for hay for about a year' and a half and have the Gulf on account of his health. church have been well attended and the other day and stated that since namable of the sugar thus obtained Is ten

The earlier these crops are plantedthe proven indispensable, according/ to department Rev Henry Ezelle, of Bryceville( seem to have been a success. The the notice was printed he has been ." The product II called aecllulollo. .
heavier will be the yield; and, in head It is planned to continue Ailed his appointment at the Metho- meeting will close Sunday night. The overwhelmed with mail-letters, cat-
order for the hay business to be prof. similar tests indefinitely as they dist church Tuesday evening lie also Cox family go; from here to Kentucky.Rev. alogues, price lists, etc., all bearingon
itable, big yields must be made. cost little, the rats breeding their own filled his semi-monthly appointment and Mrs. Black and daughter his prospective manufacturing.
y''' Natural growths of Crab and many young and the fond bill bring, almost Sunday morning, but gave up leave Monday for a visit to Massa lie was at a loss to understand' how No JoKe. ,
r'* other grasses, when mixed with pea- neglgible./ the evening service for the revival chusetts. Rev. Black is to attend a the matter had become so generally Appearances are deceitful. The )

"s vines; as will be the case, if given 'a This laboratory work is- under the services at the Methodist church. nineteen days meeting at Drew Theological known, as he had been very quiet plate on the outside of many a Big f
y chance, make Ideal hay direction of Miss Ella Wood and Miss Mrs. Alex Williams and children, Seminary while away. The about it. But when he received a Onus private office says: "Push. But
4 An application to the hay crop of Olga Kent. of. Jacksonville, visited relatives in pulpit at Grace church will be sup number of the Manufacturers Record If you want to know why the Big Gun

L'" 1>00' to 600 pounds to the acre of a Lawtey Sunday.R. plied by pastors from Jacksonville and one of the Iron Age, each having occupies his position you will have to
good commercial fertilizer will be usually THERESSA R. Thede, Sr., and son were visItors during Rev. Black's absence. a reprint of the Telegraph's notice, it look at the plate on the Inside of the
.: found good investment to Jacksonville Monday. Rev. Boyer preached in Anthony dawned upon him that this little pa- door It says: "Pull."

I If it is impractical to plant cowpca Theressa, May 13.-Rev. E. Williams Miss Florrie Terry, of Starke, visited last week. per has a voice loud enough to be
and if the hay crop can be no more i of Starke, filled' his appoint her home here Sunday. Mrs. J. D. Randall was the week- heard all over the country. Don't Always Blame Hens When the
,' than native grasses, steps should be ment at the Christian church Saturday Brownie Bennett, of Jacksonville, end guest of Mrs. J. T. Moore. The notice has given Mr. Rogers : Eggs Are Scarce

;; ; taken early in order to put the land night, Sunday and Sunday night, was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. much free advertising and enabled' Rata may be getting them-U. S.

preaching interesting sermon to appreciative A wire was received' here Saturdayby RUPTURE EXPERT HERE him to find where he can buy his material government bulletins prove they know

r congregations: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown, from a the cheapest and how to sell how to get them. Break a cake of
: Mrs. Jim Sloan, of Sampson City, hospital in Waycroas, Ga., asking Sreley, Famous in This Specialty,: his goods to best advantage. What RAT SNAP into small and
spent' Sunday at the home of Mrs. permission to perform an operation ailed to Jacksonville the Telegraph says "goes," and it 'place pieces
Liver Tone where
Dodson' Jno. Phillips. on their son, Louie, for appendicitis. goes far. rats travel. If there, RAT
Several folks from Brooklyn attended The permission was granted and the F. It. Seeley, of Chicago and Philadelphia I SNAP will get them-positively. 3

V; Instead of Calomel services here Sunday morning I many friends here of the family sincerely the noted truss expert, will DEATH OF JOHN AUSTIN sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed
and evening I hope for a successful opera personally be at the Mason hotel and by D. C. Jones, Starke.

} \ Willie Earquet has returned to his I tion. will remain in Jacksonville this Tuesday John Austin, an old citizen who had 'I ,

Calomel la quicksilver. H attacks" home at Jacksonville, after a few Mr. and Mrs. Dock Norman, of Rat-. only. May 17. Mr. Seeley says: lived four miles east of Lawtey, for i No Worms la a Healthy Child
i the bone and paralyce! the liver. Yourdealer days visit bore with relatives ford, visited relatives in Lawtey Saturday "The Spermatic Shield will not only the past 35 years, died at his rest All chU jran troubled with Worn hen aD on-
soil each bottle of pleasant" S. B. Woodard was among the visitors 1- and Sunday. retain any case of rupture perfectly, dente Monday, May 9th, aged 73 hmlthrcekw which Indicate poor blood,and a.a
lrl, lutrmlca "Dodaou's Liver Toti. under to Hampton Saturday Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his appointment but contracts the opening in 10 days years. The deceased leaves his wid- rule, then I Ie mono or In* stomach disturbance.CKOVE'S .

I k *n ironclad, money-back toe liver guarantee stomach that and W. M. Phillips, of South Florida, at the Baldwin Baptist church.Mr. on the riverage case. Being a vast ow, four sons and two daughters to fur two TASTELESS three weeks CHILL will TONIC enrich awe the'bioo.Improve reguUrly .
ti, it will regulate better than calonwl without arrived here last week on a visit with and Mrs. J. B. Dye, of Jacksonville advancement over all former methods mourn his departure. He was a broth tbedlileatloo.aadaet.JSUeoIt'-

j p sickening bowels or saUrating 70u-16 million his mother' Mrs. Jno. Phillips. ', visited relatives in Lawtey Sun exemplifying instantaneous effects er of Mr. H. Austin, of Starke. The eotn.Tonic to the whola system NctnniwUlth'
i p M. Geiger was a visitor to Waldo day I immediately appreciable and with. interment was at Black Creek off or dlioel thewom..ndtheChUdwtla
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hibiting the use of tobacco, 2 per cent being doubtful (question 2)) .
!: or AN M; .ECTHI
OF" 7,847 WHO REPLIED TO QUESTIONNAIRE, ONLY 260 2. The State of Tennessee Is reported by 93 per cent of its By the. rower. veeled. In them by the School J 1-
Levee of Florida.. the Hoard of Public In.truo.titm -
THOUGHT ,THEIR READERS WOULD FAVOR LAWS TO editors as being opposed to the prohibition of tobacco. Since the INSPECTORS AND CLERKS APPOINTED of llradford .ounl,. order. an election -
to .. held at the Pnwling achool. tinura
PROIIIIUT this the legislature of the state has FOR ELECTION: OPIIOND . .... onflaturd.
PERSONAL USE OF TOBACCO ALTHO editors answered questionaire ,. June 4th.. mei. for the t un ofvMnbllnhinir

569 EDITORS SAID THAT THEY PERSONALLY passed, and the governor has signed a--bill, repealing the anti-ciga- TltrsTKKSIn . above. di a.enl Srn>ed.lal territory Tax School, to elect Puitrtrt threatrdateea of

rette law which for several years has been: on the statute books of and to di-termln the amount of mllla .
FAVORED SUCH LEGISLATION"The commissioners ..* to b* aaaaaeed.For .
that state. tS.ti S county court the purpoee of holding Bald electionttie E

94 cent of the editors from Arkansas who Starke May 2, 1921. fnllowlnir. manairera are aptolntedl! O. B
3. Similarly per 8am Ilarrell, Johnnie AddlaonU .
The board was called to order by
Press Service Company, New York City conducted this reply believe that public sentiment in that state is against prohibition W. KIC'KLI1'ER.n. .
Chairman C. A. Roberta of Hutler
questionnaire in behalf of the Tobacco Merchants Association of the H W1CC.INR.. Chairman
of tobacco. This has recently been demonstrated by repeal with the following member pros- 8H..ta." .

the United States. The questions appearing at the head of each of the cigarette prohibition law at this year's session of the eat, to-wit: J. M. Urownloe, II. P.

column were unaccompanied by argument of any kind-the replies legislature.{ Galney, S. T. Howling and H. II. Wil PETITION FOR ELECTIONHonorable

were received and tabulated under the supervision of an expert ac liam Board Vublln Iiwtruetlon, Bradford .
4. On the other hand, in Utah 42 per cent thought public County, World,
countant. 4.4&JSHSB sentiment, undoubtedly through the powerful influence of the Minutes read and approved after "'.. the underalvned "..'mn. of Howling

Every reply is accounted for either as an answer doubtful or :Mormon church favored prohibiting the use of tobacco products.The having been corrected as follow: etionl election petition to eetablleh. your honorable a enerlal body tat dlnlrlet 1o mil. an to

legislature of that state since the editors replied to this questionnaire Dr. W. E. Middleton appointed a. I.. known M 'Itawling. Stierlal Tax School PUtrlrt. .
blank.That the .
ame tn enihrao the' following rieorlKed -
the answers of the editors are unbiased and are the re- has passed laws prohibiting the use sale and advertisement county ihyniciaii, at a salary of $50 property
per year. jwiioi.. U, Kit, 24 tii. tn. .,. 14. w. ...
of fairly accurate
Fult a appraisement of pablic opinion is amply of cigarettes. Upon motion of J. M. Brownie, I and Fast Half of flee., US. Twp 4 South R 2.I 0KjwU
manifested in several : 8.",1 l.m. 1. t, n and North Half. of
ways. in Bold Face. On first and third question I
(Percentages are the application of Amanda Canndy to Sec. 4. Twp. 6.. It 20 Beotlona 10. BO.II. .
1. Thus' while 14 per cent of the editors who replied ex- only those who made definite replies are figured in the percentagesOn be placed' upon pauper roll refuted. I. Twp. 4 n.".. tl .atJOIINNIM

pressed personal opposition to the use of tobacco (question No. 3)in ) the second question those who were In doubt as, to the state of The name of S. S. lx>., was ordered KDKIK KITI.FR."ASDIRON

their appraisement of the public opinion on this issue, only 3 per public opinion are considered in percentage calculations. "Doubt placed upon pauper roll at $3 per J. W. ADDISON

cent of the same editors report that the public is against tobacco, ful" in all cases means replies whose meaning was doubtful as wellas month., I'I.INEV II. KITE GOR"ON.

while 95 per cent declare that the public is against legislation pro- those which expressed doubt.) II. II .William appointed to Invell.1 B K' ROIIINIION.A HOnilS. .

I tigate the condition of Alice ) W. W. WASI'MAN

a pauper, and report at the next reg-I JOB! CRAWFORD,

Q..UOD N.. 1 Q.atMR N.. I ular meeting of said board. SAM IIARRRI.I.,
J. T.
Qu55tl.n N. 6 HAItltELUO.
G.n.ral StaU.Ua Do you favor tho enactment of Lw. I. "our judirm..t don tM' .,rent. I. tho of 10Moeo pe..on.lI" ob0 The name of Kelly was ordered E. !>Y A I. .
peruonse. 000 of to- ..ntim..t.f your .ommunlt"rf."or .0 j M, U IIARRELL.NCITIC'E . from roll.
b" .dulta' such legrl.tlantI'ercvnlr j..tionabl. to :you' dropped pauper .
The name of Mrs. D. R. MrClellan I r
I I. was ordered placed upon Widow's the tntwer veated In them Ity the. aehoollawa
I Mailed I aeplies I .1I.Of ] Clrcul.tlon No V. Doubtful Blank 11I0 Ys Doubtful Slauk "No Ya Doubtful Blank Femiion Roll and paid $10 per month of ti". Slate of Florida the Hoard of .
for three months. lulille. Instruction of Itradford County, here*
IIc The application of Candacy Alvarez Juna 4. 1H2I, to determine wheth.
73 6 1 1 76 2 2 1 67 13 1 0 widow of Owen E. Alvarez for state er. U... territory. Inrludpil. In Rivtlnni II. 15.

Alabama _ _____ 146 81 55 162,512 92 8 95 2.5 2.5 84 16 pension approved.The Twp,. A.. B 11 South. IK. and Ranire Went 111 Fut Hair, of_Uon.NoHhiemtQuarter 6. 5. "

38 0 0 0 35 2 1 0 35 3' 0 0 following bonds were approved and Rotithweat Quarter of Bee. S,

Arizona _ ______ 62 38 61 71.441 100 0 92 5 3 92 8 J. F. Williams deputy sheriff, Dukes, 20 and Pant W..t, shall Half IM 5.e* made. Ill, Twp a aiierlal C South tax Hanira aehooldlMtrlet. .

101 10 1 0 105 Ii 2 0 86 25 1 0 and J. II. Lowery constable districtNo. and to elect. three In...... and d...*
ternitne the amount of mtllara to t>
e .aa
Arkansas _ ____ 224 112 50 175,923 91 9 94 f 2 18 22 1, Lawtey.The _...01
29 0 0. bill of Dr. E. L. niprirs for $5 for OM ptirpoa. of holdln talrf eleetlon the
0 268
287 10 0 0 290 4 3 laid over.Inspectors. '*.11..11.. niMiiatreni are aiiH" >lntnd.. J. Li.Yanua. .
California _ ____ -488 297 60 654,052 97 3 98 1 1 90 10 and clerks were appoInt. M. 1. Addison and L. C. ll.xlvm.U .

178 10 1 0 180 2 1 0 156 33 0 0 i ed for the election of bond trustees in R. WTOOINS. W. KICKI.1TFR.II. ChairmanDecretarr .

Colorado _ _____ 278 189 69 221,038 94 6 85 1 4 83 1'1 districts one and two: (I-U-4t-/l.I.

50 2 .0 0 51 1 0 0 49 2 0 1 Lawtey No. 1-L. H. Hill, W. E. NOTICE: OP. MA8TICR-8: BALE:

Connecticut _ ___- 79 52 63 273,395 96" 98 2 0 96 4 Torode Ernest Wells Morgan Red- Ui-rrliy nolle I. shin. that tinder and lvirtue >"
11 1 0 0 11 1 0 0 12 0 0 0 ding. of that certain. decree of foreelonuramade
I and rendered hy the Honorable A. V.
: 23 12 50 91 9 91 9 100 Lake Butler No 2-A. C. Strick .
Delaware _ __ .__ 68,316 Ions Jtidve of the Kluhth Judlolnl Clreultof
-- 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0'' land, A. E. Proctor J. R. Chastain Florida for W..d d..r. Ciouoly nlttlnir.ln, Florlila the, on ClreultCourt Ihs

Dist of Columbia 4' 2 50 135,291 100 0 100 0 0 100 0 M. H. Markee. Sri Hay of M..,. A. IX 11121, In f."r..f J. R.Nirkle S
No. 3. A. A. Douglass . .
Palestine '
0 0 aa complainant and C. J.
2 1 0 72 7
77 0 0 77 1
W. W. Hammons C. A. Douglass M. Jnhnnftn. an defendant. tha undemlirned. will
118 79 67 183.189 98 2 98 1 1 91 9 nffer, for dale at the front door of the court
Florida _ ______ Z. Courson. Knit.. In H'.rko. Florida, dtirlnir the lord
112 10 1 1 117 3 3 1 97 25 1 1 Providence, No. 4-D. C. Williams, horn of aale, on .

Georgia _ ______ 214 124 58 188,574 92 8' 95 2.5 2.5 80 20 Jesse Gay L. F. f'ralick, Jesse Riel MONOA the hlirheet Y. TIIK:and 8IXTII' last DAY hilt,OP, for JUNK rash. : tha. i

76 5 1 0 73 5 4 0 65 16 1 0 ling. ftitUmlna' fliwerhed. property

Idaho _ ________- 129 82 63 102.423 9-1 6 89 6 5 80 20 llrooker No. f-L. A. Drown It .T. portion Southeaat twenly-thre quarter. of(til)northeat I ale tha quarter went half of

417 45 6 1 439 18 12 0 383 84 2 0 Ostecn, J. L. Shriver, D. W. llar.on. of the nnrthweet. quarter and Vet. (701
No.6-Willie Watnwrlght, yarda de... on the went. aide of the awl half
Illinois _ ______ 759 469 62 1,949.734 90 10 93 4 3 82 18 Starke .>f the northwest quarter of aectlon twenty
249 25 0 0 255 12 6 1 231 43 0 0 Joe Andrews Jr., J. U Peek F. P. four 24I, township five (6) ranire Klurhteett
Shaffer (IS) south and eaHt, containing one handredi
Indiana _ ______ 447 274 61 612.141 91 9 9.t 4 2 84 16 Hampton, No. 7-Vernon Jones A. thirty-two. (lRKI) arreii, more or ten*. .

398 41 0 0 415 11 7 0 362 74 2 1 A. FuU-h. H. II. Wei-st, Henry Saxon. >eelal Master J. K. In FUTCII.Sl Chancery.. .

Iowa _ ________ 676 439 65 754.937 91 9 95 4 1 83 17 Italford, No. 8-J. W. Nichols. J. JOE Solicitor Ifll.l. WILLIAMS for Comiilalnant., H-n-Rt-A-l
269 47 5 0 283 21 16 1 260 59 1 1 C. Jones, W. C. Whitten, A. L. Crews. 1

Kansas _ ______ 528 321 61' 747.030 85 15 89 6. 5 81 19 Worthington, No. 0R. II. Roberts MAHTKH'8: MAIRNollce :

123 9 0 0 122 7 3 0 114 17 0 1 n, C. Peeples J. L. Brown, D. I. Cli- Mirniiaiifle,la of"hefvhy a certnln vlvvn Anal that di. . nf and forerbmure .In.

200 132 66 380,429 93 1 93 5 2 87 13 of pain matlr and rendered on tha
Kentucky tee.New !! day. of M.... A. l>. H'2I. In and by the
No. 10-1>. W. Kelly, n.
61 5 0 0 60 5 1 0 56 10 0 0 River j"I.?. of the rlnuilt. Ctiurl\ In and f"rI..d..
92 8 91 8 1 85 15 W. J. Andrews Chun. Phillips, Eugene fonl County, I'lorldn, In ...h..n...". In thatrwtain
55 188,714
Louisiana _ ___: 119 rauue therein rndlnir. wherein KllHliaKile.
39 3 0 0 41 1 0 0 40 2 0 0 Bryant. I. comtilalnant, and Elijah: Kite and '
Graham No. 11-Jas. Reynolds, II. Mary 4ane Kite, hla wife, are dt. Maine _ _______ 54 42 81 133,974 93 1 98 2 0 95 5 I). Wastlin, C. II. Roberts, ChesleyFogg. I I. A. H Crewi, .. Hueelal.. Mauler, ehall offer i ifi.
55 4 0 0 55 1 3 0 45 14 0 0 fur pal at Miltllft otilcry' and will Hell tn 4r
the lilitlteet, and lost" bidder for eai h, U>foratlte
Maryland _ ____ 82 59 72 167,056 93 7 93 2 5 I 16 2t Theressa, No. 12-)). W. Moore. R. door of the courthoitMa. In Starke. ftrad
80 3 1 0 83 1 0 0 76 8 0 0 C. Heiberger Geo. Ulnxnn II. P. Pad ford ('....n.", .Florida' tin Monday. the nth day
of June, A. II 1U2I. loins the heal hour.If
fassachusetts_ __ 164 84 51 1.018,638 96 4 99 1 0 90 10 salt, the fnllowlnir deaerlhed. irtiiHirty, ....
0 gett.The bills approved wit : Five aerea. In the Houthtiaat corner of
263 16 0 0 267 3 9 0 241 38 0 following were the Pmilheant Quarter of tha Norlheant Q"Ae0 .

431 279 64 1.165,937 9-1 6 96 1 3 86 14 and ordered paid! : tar and the North Ifnlf of the Routheaat.
Michigan _ _____ .
363 25 1 1 '370 14 4 -2 330. 53 4 3 General fund, $810.011.: Unarter, of rliwtlnn Twenly-Hva. . Township.
Mve Houth' Itanire '1'...",,, .. I Kant: : Also th k
H 6 95 4 1 86 14 Fine and forfeiture fund, $248.00. Watt Quarter of th* Southweat Quarter of
68 904.228
Minnesota ____ 574 390 Widows pension fund $2&8.00. the Northweat Quarter of Section. Thirty.Townnhlp n
57 3 0 0 58 2 0 0 49 11 0 0 the board adjourned Five South, It.."... Twenty-two K.: # b
No further business
eontalnlnv In all Ninety-Ova. ..._. tnora or
3 0 82 18
Mississippi 143 60 60 106,010 95 5 97 until first Monday In June, I..... Also the Kant Half of lad 'Twrnly-flv '
- -- 354 3.1 2 2 360 13 15 3 327 63 1 0 1021. In Woodlawn. In Boellnn. Thirty, Towtinhlp. 1r
Five South, Ranee Twenty-two F..I. lontaln.Inn
Missouri 571 391 68 977.429 91 9 93:1 4 IH 16 G. W. ALDERMAN, rive sores, more or I... Also lot Num
- ---- 127 5 1 1 129 4 1 0 123 11 0 0 Clerk. >H-r Nine and Waal. Half of the Kant: Half of
Eel Numlier Twenty-four In WotHllawn. In
216 134 62 164.786 3 1 91 9 Section htrty, Tcwnahlp Flva. South. Of
Montana - ----- 276 29 2 J 2 85 9 12 2 258 49 0 1 WOODLAWN .nor. Twenty-two laat: rnntalnlnv ,''.... ..
. Hrad
and fine-half .tea more or le All In *
461 308 67 482.953 90 10 93:1 4 84 16 ford ounty.. Fkirlda. I 4w
Nebraska - ---- Woodlawn May 18.-D. B. Horwn- A. H. CREWS r
23 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 Siieelal Mani-r.

32 23 11 26.184 100 0 100 0 0 100 0 Ing was a business visitor to Jacksonville A. ,.,. ADKIN8. IHullcluir
Nevada B-a-M-fl-S
fur Cnmiilalnant.
- ------ 28 8 0 0 28 0 8 0 25 6' 0 0 Friday. and Lots
Misses Debbie Phillips
47 31 66 78,707 90 10 90 0 10 81 19 Norman were shopping In Starke on NOTICE OF ELECTION IRK r
New .. mrmnenloftha .
Hampshire -- !: IT KNOWN. That wa,
112 3 1 0 116 0 0 0 103 10 2 1 Wednesday.: hard if County CVimmUalunera In and I II

116 54 333,598 97:1 100 0 0 91 9 James Browning and sisters, Misses for Kradford Cxiunty.: Florida. In purauaneatA
New 215 llHtZ, Lawa of Florida, creatingHiieclal
Jersey Chapter
---- 52 3 0 0 51 1 2 1 46 9 0 0 Mozell and Morine, attended services Road and Hrldve rilatrlat Number 1.I

95 5 94 2 4 84 16 at Lawtey Monday night. Two In ",.Mon! County Florida, do herebyirlve .I.II r
New Mexico i 81 65 68 68,570 nolle. that an election will IK held lHrieelal ,
---- 897 11 0 1 397 9 1 2 374 32 0 3 Mrs. II. Drury of Gainesville was loud and Itrldira Dlatrlot Numhar
the week-end guest of her parents, Two, llradford County Florida, on tha Pint
97 2 1 92 8
631 409 65 2,312,629 97:1 Mr. Tuesday In June, A. U. "21. tha' ...... beingth "
New York. ------ 93 9 0 0 99 8 0 0 89 13 0 0 Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Thompson. Beventh day thereof, for th. purpoa of
Thompson accompanied her home on electlnii thre memtieni of th* board of bond
173 102 59 203,811 91 9 97 3 0 87 13 tnuUNw. On. recelvlnr th* hlKhet numb.

North Carolina - 164 19 0 0 172 6 6 0 156 27 0 0 Monday.Messrs. D. B. Browning and C. L. yeara of vot..on*In reeelvlna-said. 'dlatrlot'* next for a.hlhet term of numberof the**

183 67 172,167 89 11 94 3 3 85 15 Milliard business visitors to the vats In said. dlatrlet for a t.rm of two
North Dakota -- 275 ,....; and one ......I"tn. th' nat hlirheatntimlicr
287 23 2 0 294 9 9 0 264 47 1 0 county seat Monday. of volea In said diarist for a term

62 1288,998 7 94 3 3 85 15 Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Green of :nf on* year, aald I terma in brain on tha Arat
503 312 213 day of July, A. f>. thereaftayaa
Ohio 1V2I or aa soon
- --------- 24 1 0 224 12 2 0 202 35 1 0 Jacksonville spent the week-end herewith h* may qualify

238 60 294,50 89 11 94 5 1 85 15 their parents' Mr and Mrs. A. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, we havo her*
Oklahoma 396 unto aet our handa at our revular meeting
- ---- 1 103 1 1 Green.
101 5 2 4 1 87 21 0 In SUirke. Bradford County, Florida, this. th
109 78 331.092 95 5 95 1 4 81 19 Mr. and Mrs Dalton Carter were 4th day of April A. U. 1021.

Oregon - ------ 139 861 22 1 0 362 11 10 1 329 54 0 1 visitors to Starke Friday C. A. ROHRRT8. Chalrmaa.
Mrs. V. R. Reddish, of Lawtey J. M. JlROWNI.F.&:. L
94 6 95 3 2 86 14 H. II. WILLIAMS
63 2,157,847 with her sister
608 spent Saturday H. P, .
Pennsylvania - -- 11 1 0 0 111 0I 1 0 10 2 0 0 J. N. Norman. H. T. DOWT.INO.Alteat OAINEY . I ifw','4

1'"1 12 71 130.816 92 8 8 83 17 J. S. Norman was a business visitor I Ii. ,1"

Rhode Island --- 17 44 4 0 0 0 0 40 8 0 0 to Starke Wednesday.Mrs. ( W.Clark.ALDERMAN. .-..Ot.* *
53 89.955 92 8 0 83 17 iHhnm Reddish of Plant City

South Carolina - 90 48 157 12 1 1 158 101 1 2 150 21 0 0 Is spending the week with her sister, NOTICE OP ELECTION 1 i"

67 162,842 93 17 93 1 88 12 Mrs. J. M. Norman. HR IT KNOWN. That w.. aa rnemben of
South Dekota 253 171 Mrs E. Kite returned to her home tha Hoard of County Commlaalonen: In and
-- 76 7 0 2 8 2 69 15 1 0
81' here last week after spending several for llradford County: Florida, In purauane
220,019 92 9 93 3.5 82 18 to Chapter" 19UO. Lowl of Florida, areatlngSpatial ;
56 with her daughter
153 85 days in Jacksonville Koad and Brldv Dlatrlet' Numbs
Tennessee - ---- 335 29 1 0 4 0 298 67 0 0 It"I' "
3531' 81 Mrs. Mary Etta Sweat. Ono In llradford County, Florida, do hereby
92 8 '1 83 17 rive notice that an eleetlon will b* .held laSpecial
655 365 56 661,219 297 Road and Brldir TNatrliit NumberOne .
Texas -. ------- 33 8 0 0 8 0 31 9 1 0 Bradford County' Florida on th.* FlralTuanday '
211 In Jane. A. D. 121 th. bain ',,'
", 62 41 66 110,798 80 20 42 7 78 22 Copper In Ancient Day th. rloventh day throf for th. aame.'ur....* of :: .i
Utah '. -------- 25 0 0 0 0 25 0 0 Copper, among the ancIent Hebrews, elueUnr threa tnemhera of th. board of bond '",,11,,
241 OI! 01 truete**. On. receiving th' hl.twt number" '/,
25 61 54.321 100 0 11 100 was used In milking helmets spearand of votes In aald dlatrlet for a term of thru* \;
Vermont - ----- 41 64 1 0 0 0 59 0 0Virginia other Implement of war. Tim expression yen : on. receiving the next hlghnat number. 'ft!
01 of vcitia In Mid dlntrlct for a term of two
found In Job
53 177,817 98 2 651 91 6J "bow of steel, ,..... I and on. ....1"ln. th. next bl....' '
_ 122 65. 0 1 41 should be rendered! "bow of copper. number. of volee In said district. for term
----- 135 4 0 0 127 0 0 SIMrW
have been iippllod to of ona aald I brats to benln on the fiat
410 091 97 3 I 21 91 Copper could not day uf July, A. !>. llil, or aa soon thereafteraa .;?
212 189 65 0\\ 791' 191 there lives without the urtlrmti pu. h* may qualify. "
Washington -- 74 10 1 1 1\\ 0 65 0 1 _Ring some! forgotten/ secret for reD IN TESTIMONY: WHEREOF wa have here ,4
93 78 22 unto ant our lianda at our reirular meeting t
12 I
88 ,
157283 the metal tinnier and iuor .las-
134 85 63 6'\ derlng In Mark. Bradford County, Florida, thla tha'
West Virginia -- 27GI 161 0 I 279 71 \ 0 252 40 0 0Wisconsin' Mr limp w. run inuk it today. 4th day of April A. D. 121. I:

292 72 40,096 94 61! OI 961 21 I 21 86 14 J.C. V.A. ItKOWNI.FR.ROMRRTS: Chairman. :.

_ ---- 406 34 1 0 39 1 0 33 0 0 H. II. WILLIAMS
\ I 61 11 To Cure a Cold In One Day H. 1'. CIA INF-V. .list,,
83 41 50 49.527 86: 962 83 1,150 81 Tab LAXATIVE IIROMO QUININE It 8. T. DOWLINd.Atteatl .
Wyoming - ---- 63.21,870,046, 7,2311 5691, 34 13 7,39 260 20 6,661 20 16 ....11& li.<."iuh mil tbade.-he and works off the
Total _ 12.518 7847 9. 3 1741' 86. 14yam. WW a.W. CKOver; ; sIusiueuse.bbus.. Juo. (1. W. ALDERMAN. .. t'f
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l.i4; : CATTS SWAPPED PARDON'FOR: ''Wat.. _.____._____________,.'.65.8.I .

itrubfnr Eomtlij wrlrgrupl1 Twenty-Fifth Annual Commencement WORK I' Ash protein_ ______________________'8.5S 2.68/

Evidence tending to chow that Gov. Fiber ------------------:18.24.
+ ,'V i of the Bradford High School Catta had held a negro ex-convict HayWater
Published Weekly ard Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at sentenced Napier Graas
ftkw named John II. Rogers, 1 ________,_____-;_____ ''9.815
Starke, Florida. from Osceola county for murder on

g ment The exercises twenty-fifth: of the annual Bradford commence. | perryman sweetly tang, "Eye Hath May 1920 6 in, 1909 state, and of pardoned practical Dec.peonageon 19,I|I Pro in_._.____...............__.U.SCarbohydrates 9.92!

r ._............ ......Editor and O ner. High Not Seen,". by Gaul, a
+ 4 E. B. MATTHEWS...... ,, School began Sunday evening when his farm near DeFuniak Springs, ______________48.02I
I the baccalaureate sermon was deliv I Mr. Lander preached an eloquent was laid before the committee investigating -]I Fat ______________._________ 2.15

Mother's Day was celebrated Sunday. By all means let us ob ered by Rev. David Lander, of the ?and Let practical this mind sermon be you from which the text was, the governor's official acts in Fiber ____._______._________2650
Fresbyteftan church. The : Tallahassee. "
serve this day while we can. The childless marriages now In voguewill school auditorium was filled IIPaclou'l also In Purist Jesus: Phil.,25. Rodgers, who seems to be an Intel- I PRICES

r f' in course of time, make the day obsolete. large and appreciative audience, and Monday evening the high school ligent negro, was seen before he went j Napier grass joints, $10 per thousand
r fine music was a feature of this impressive students of the upper classes gave a into the committee room and told the $1.EO a hundred.
service, the program being play entitled "The Varsity Coach. story to a reporter. He said Gov. Napier grass roots, $60 per thou
% That good night kiss in said to have been the reason for many opened by a beautiful orchestra number Mis Jeannette Matthews carefully Catts brought his release papers to sand, t6 a hundred.f. .
girls failing to land a husband that appeared to have swallowed the "Melody of Sacred Airs." After trained the pupils for this excellenta Camp No. 6 of the state road depart- o. b. Brooklyn

bait. Samples sometimes spoil sales.-Clearwater Sun. prayer by Rev. B. D. Law, of the pity. AU of the parts were well taken ment in Baker county, where he was Come and see the grass growing in
Baptist church, a girls' chorus sang and the amateur actors won much being worked and that the following
"Sweet' Sabbath Eve;" then Rev. L praise from their audience. Below is day, S. V. Townselie, superintendent the fields. I will be glad to show yon
L Franklin county is officially said to contain only seven farms, W. Kickliter read a scripture lesson the cast of characters in the play,'as of the governor's farm, took him to around.L .

the people there making their living mostly by fishing. What then from Prov. 2116. Following a praywell as the musical number for the DeFuniak Springs. N. CABLE, BROOKLYN, FLA.
er by Rev. F. C. Edwards, Mrs. E. K. evening:
Rodgers paid Wm. C. Hodges, a
* was the use for the government to spend many thousands of dollars :
Tallahassee pardon lawyer, so he says See
p for the "soil survey"! it made there a few years ago? CAST OF CHARACTERS $50 for his services in getting the

t ROBERT SELBY pardon. The negro had no money andit G. C. DriggersLAKE
Assistant coach of Varsity crew, commonly called "Bob. He i is was put up for him by D. F. Howell I
"0 thou weed, thou art so lovely fair, and smell'st so sweetl"No lively, energetic and careless of Oluslee, he says. He showed FLA.
less than 7,000 editors, representing 21,000,000 readers, de- RODERICK CROSBY a letter from Hodges to prove this. BUTLER

clare that the public are opposed to anti-tobacco legislation.- MOUSIE KENT the Rodgers governor claimed told him to a he reporter should that not Agent ,

that in your pipe and smoke it have paid the lawyer anything but
.,.He is a typical fussy student dig or "grind" VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKS
that it should have.gone to him and
... EARL ROBERTS that since Rodgers had not paid it he For all kinds of Tombstones and MOBnments. -

advertises HOWARD DIXON --1 would have to put in a year's time at A postal card addressed tare
Bob's mate. A good character work on Catts' farm and pay $50,
room comedy
I too. at Lake Butler, Fla., will brim me to
s" completed. I am now at your service should it be a flower pot, JOE WAINWRIGHTDICK Although members of the commit. your door with information and prices

wood, chicken coop, truck, a home or teeth. See me." Seems to ELLSWORTH tee would not discuss Rodgers' testimony -

l1J us some of these inventions are not altogether new A member of the crew. He is rather lazy before the committee, it is be-
ROSS BRINSON lieved he told them substantially the
same he told the reporter. In addition Tracy'sPharmacy
h That business is returning to "normal" is proven by the resumption CHESTER ALLEN they are said to have some cor- .
His room mate-both jolly college boys roborative evidence from white men.
of gopher shipments from Bell to Pensacola via Starke.
ALVIN BECK Just what this is they would not say.
'9h ?; The people of West Florida's metropolis may again enjoy a dainty It is stated that Rodgers was carried -

: dish not seen there since 1915. RUTH MOORE \ to Tallahassee from Walton
;r Leading female character. A sweet, serious type of college girl, county by a deputy sheriff.
with much natural dignity and charm -
A company has been organized and capitalized at $50,000 to MAGGIE MAXWELL The Tampa Tribune wants to move
the state capitol to the center of Prescriptions Carefully
bottle and sell water from Heilbronn Springs, near Starke. The I MRS. MOORE ulation. Let the Trib. tackle a man-

waters have been found to have wonderful curative value in the Ruth's aunt, in charge of boarding house for students. A widow sized job, such as moving the national

treatment of skin diseases as well as those of the stomach and who has made her way.> Is gay and dressy and a "good fellow" capitol to the center of things. All Coumpounded
NELL ROBERTS lobbyists will contribute to the fund.
w kidneys.-Brooksville Star. Brotuon Times-Democrat. -

to l The sheriff of Bradford county is reported to be waiting for Bob's aunt. A sweet maiden lady, gentle, refined, with old-fash- NAPIER GRASS
Toilet Articles Patent Medicines -
ioned Ideas and manners, but with a kind and generous nature ,
fi' former Governor Catts to come to Starke to be arrested. But the' WATSON Pennisetum
ADINB ( Purpurum) and Drug'Sundries
rw : ex-Governor does not ramble around so much as when he wanted -

F a an office. There was a time when lots of the Florida folk thoughtthe GENEVIEVE ALLEN Extract from Agricultural Station
Typical college girl Chester's sister
old fellow was really concerned about the sovereignity of "the' NELLIE STEARNS Bulletin.

little red school house," but that line of appeal was mainly for ef JETHEL LYNNA DISTRIBUTION-AND HISTORY Mail Orders Especially

feet-and the votes it would get.-Plant City Courier. pretty college girlLOUISE Solicited

FERNANDEZ Napier grass la a nattve of tropical' .

... of Agriculture has the distinction of .
A fashionable boarding schoolgirlETHEL
having first introduced it into culti
f The desire to be a county seat is as old as Lake Butler, whose vation. This was about 1910. In 1913

r citizens waged, in the late 90's, one of the most exciting court- THE PLAY the United States department of agriculture -
first introduced it
house removal campaigns ever conducted in Florida. The present Piano Duet into this
country. Here it promises to be valuable forSiveet
editor of The Courier lived in Starke at that time, and, as one of! Quartet from Rigolette Arr. Verdi for planting in the extreme

the editors of The Florida Advocate, then published from that MONA ALDERMAN, ETHEL GRIFFIN South, including the entire State of Corn

place, had a part in the fight to retain the courthouse at Starke. In Act I and Act II Florida, and a strip extending as far

,, those days Bradford county did not have much in the way of a Piano Solo north as Central South Carolina,
"Salut a Pesth" Konalski Southern portions of Mississippi, Tex- We have them in stock, 20cts.
temple of justice, but a large two-story frame building, much in
ax and Louisiana: also
ROSA LEVITON, portions of each $20.00 100.
the form of a sawmill boarding house, was made to suffice. It was California and Arizona. Work withit

finally agreed, during the campaign for removal of the county Act III' was first started at the Florida Experiment These crates are made on a

'' ' seat, that no matter which won, a new courthouse would be erected Piano Duet Station in 1915. Since that new plan, and are stronger and

and that the'matter would be considered settled for at least a Selected Selected time It has been grown cooperativelyor better ventilated than the com
,;, ELIZABETH BROWNLEE, IRIS EPPERSON distributed in small lots for planting mon kind.Cooper.
quarter of a century. Starke won the election, retaining the hon in widely
many separated sections
) ors, and a new and modern courthouse was built. However, that Tuesday evening the graduates: Alderman. of the state.
Misses Aileen Alvarez, Mona Alderman & Snellgrove
"The Value of Preparation"
was nearly a quarter of a century ago, and now the old desire fpr Maggie Maxwell, Ruby Mae ville Griffls. Analysis From Station Bulletin

a courthouse is again paramount in the minds of the people of the Poppell, Messrs. Levy Canova, Harry "The Value of eVl'rance"-Har. Napier Grass Green STARKE, Near Depot

Lake Butler side of the county, and there will, it seems, be no Canova, Orville Griffls and Carl Johns ry Canova. '
were the center of attraction. Dr. D. "The Value of Character"-Miss
scuffle" to them what wantthoughStarke
"general prevent having they
J. Blocker, of Stetson university, Ruby Poppell. BBUXBil f
can retain what she has through division.-Plant City made the address of the evening. Girls' Chorus, At Twilight (Parks) I

Courier. During the past twenty-five years Hush, Honey, Hush (Griggs). | MONUMENTS and TOMBSTONESCall
this institution has graduated about Address-Dr. D. J. Blocker. .
1'' seventy students. Miss Mona Alder Presentation of certificates and diplomas
.' NO ILLUSIONS HERB man and Mr. Harry Canova, who are -Supt. H. B. II.Twentone on or address

;1p only sixteen, have the honor of being pupils received certificates W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE FLA.
the youngest graduates ever receiving of promotion to the high school, ,
Admiral von Tirpita, former head of the German navy, says diplomas from the B. II. S., Mr. this being the largest class ever promoted Local: representative of the
that "Europe brought culture to American countries five hundred Canova being six* months the juniorof 'I'' in this school. This good work
Miss Alderman. was greatly due to the untiring efforts CLARK MONUMENT & STONE CO.
c years ago, and it should now be a very proud task for America today JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Miss Helen Diggs was a member of the eighth grade teacher,
to save European culture from inevitable destruction." of the graduating class, but on account Miss Carrie Holly. The following are .
of ill health she the names of pupils who The largest firm in the south of its kind, having served the
,, ,. The admiral then naively adds: "It is only by pursuing sucha was forced to were pro-
stop school about two months ago, moted: Mildred Gill, Vivirette Floyd, public for thirty-seven
course that she (America) can hope to have with her the sympathies years.
and on the 21st of April she was called Cortez Andreu, Winifred Mott, Irma
+,t', of the :world in the inevitable competition with the Japa from life's school to the heavenly Stilley, Amy Moore Sinah Moore, We can please you a* to material,design, workmanship
nese." vacation. A vacant chair, draped in Jessie Mae Baisden, Emma Andrews, and
white, was placed on the stage In Free Wynn, Fannie Darby, Rosa-Lev- price, can show you samples of granite Georgia
Heading between the lines, this would see to be a sort of veiled honor of the absent class member. Iton, Lacy Rigdon, Hugh Brownlee, Silver Gray Marble and also Vermont White and Blue

ti threat that if the American people do not dig down into( their The stage was attractively decorated -I Joe Sistrunk, Hamilton Ritch, Clyde marbles.

money bags and,hand over-4he yellow metal, European countries' with ferns and Shasta daisies, the Mott, Gerald Middleton, Arth"r Me-
Rae, Fred Mott, Martin lwwulwuJWU"''' >U'D''
lass' flower, also streamers of gold Struth. HH8I8SIHffiSSBa! J : ]
will all go to the dogs and then sit idly by and watch the Japanese and white, and an arch on which was This is the seventh term that Prof. --- -- ---
Jevour us at their leisure. the class motto done in gold letters: Dowling has done careful, earnest t'- - -

.,I' .. Von Tirpitz and other solicitous gentlemen<< on the other side '"To be rather than to seem." work in training the pupils of the B.
H. S., and these facts
speak conclusively
', of the Atlantic should lose no sleep regarding our status in a possible Below is given- the program for the as to his exceptional worth allan -

war with Japan. evening: educator. The public in general Lumber Prices Reach Low LevelYou
Orchestra, "The Nightingale's Song"Zeller. hope that he will accept the
a: We have no illusions over here. princi-
palship of the school
for another
If we are forced to defend ourselves against Japanese aggression "The Value of Purpose"-Miss Mona term. can now buy direct from our mills and save $10to

'' t ;t we will have to fight alone. And we can do it, even if we are a $ 1 15 per thousand on your complete house bills.

'. : peace loving nation. Anti-BIlle-Well, there Is no chance Pro-Blue--Oh, I don't know. You

Fear of Japanese reprisals would prevent aid from any country you're putting over a ''No Tobacco" will remember in the that most of the best Before buying send us a carpenter's bill of lumber required -

1,I' to'the south of us, even if they were in a position to render I in amendment the world, for most of the best men men Anti-BIlle-Yep world,used and liquor.they still use and let us quote prices delivered and save
use you
,; .... '''1 such aid, which they are not. It.-8cott's. from $150.00 to $500.00 ,
e' Jealously and, a secret desire to see the great American giant - m on your building.

tJ, crippled commercially would probably prevent any European country ALL LONG LEAF YELLOW
ja ._ ". Furnitureat PINE
from raising a hand in our behalf.

1.:" As to the sympathy of the rest of the world, that is a matter THE "
, that will neither concern us greatly or deter us a particle when the LUMBER COMPANY

I army of an invader approaches our shores-if one ever does. LA WTE PERRY, FLORIDA

: Admiral von Tirpitz does not understand us any better today '

he did in the entry into the late war. WALZ COTTAGE Dressed Framing $28 '
than days just preceding our I ; Flooring, $28; Ceiling, $18;
In the matter of age we are an,infant among the nations of I Siding $18
; Lath $5.
the earth but we are at least able to toddle alone and retain a firm MA Y 13 and 14thC. ,

grip upon our self respect.We FREIGHT PREPAID
do not buy European sympathy with American gold.-Ex. H. CHURCHILL
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--.. to again hear this popular minister.Rub.M.Tlam PASSED, HOUSE AND SENATE LOST-Black mare mule, about 8 )frs, land;' several acres of river bottom

old and weighing about 800 pounds. land under cultivation and several

I Bits for rheumatism.Frank county TallahasseeApril was created today l1Another, the House Reward for return or informationof acres with good timber on It. Located '

of LocalInformation passing the Senate bill lopping off whereabouts. S. T. Dowling, three-quarters of a mile south 'A''

Hollinifsworth's new bungalow part of Bradford to form the new Raiford, Fla. 4-8-tf. west of Sampson City, Fla. Good
opposite his home on the Theres-
JIL sa road Is now completed and occupied county of Union. water, good range and good locality

by Zack Anders and family. The FARM FOR SALE-Forty-one acres Mail me your bid. As this place +, ;a

I plan for the building was drawn by The north is going: back to daylight of good land twenty acres under will go at a bargain, it will
mat/.....-. w.Me. P t.__..... .7uAesa..., T. ..T* T Roscoe McLane and it was erected by caving again this summer "out the eliltivation; e'OOC1lences, good dwelling to bid on it. Bids will be up June '
Tom Hemingway add Zack Anders. people of the south do not take to the house and outhouses
The work is faultless and the construction idea and especially the farmers, to on land; J 11921. B. S. Jones, 420 Palm ave.,
twenty-one acres of well .
1.L-- II .J substantial.J. whom it is a decided detriment. We timbered Sarasota, Fla. 4-20-6t
trust this indiscriminate monkeyingwith I
J. W; Morgan made to Wald,
a trip
Wesley Home and family have the clocks ,
will not take place
T. and and Mr. -
Register family
Monday.W. moved here from Douglass, Ga., and again'I this year In this
and Mrs. Daniels and daughter, Alice, '
are occupying the Hamrick lIt'tuon.-per'j GENERAL I
cottage Herald. :
E. Davis spent Wednesday i in I on South Walnut street. have moved here from Dexter, Ga., ,,.ry INSURANCE : r
Jacksonville. and are living in the Jay S. Brown' .

house on North Walnut street. Mr. I ---- --- . HAROLDIIC.
Mrs. L. G. Powell is in Live Oak 666 cured Biliousness., Register and Mr. Daniels are engagedin I !Substitute for Tooaeco WALL ,
friends. the mill business and are cuttingup
I visiting
The first sweet of the I Throughout the tropical Orient the
season a large lot of timber for G. C. STARKE FLORIDA I
I for this section left Starke Monday.It natives ?tct>loy a substitute for tobacco II
I Mrs. J. C. McRae Is visiting relatives was shipped by Heenan Williams Sweat. cnnslatlnc of a Bile of arlcapalm FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE I
at Alachua. and Chas. Cooper. ant vi'rappeda\ hotel leaf, flavored
The ladies of. Long Branch entertained with a fine line made of native seashells .

666 Cures. Dengue Fever. 5-13-201. Dr. Baker, of Jacksonville, Saturday: afternoon, April 30, and colored with carmine. The ,
meeting at 8:15: p. m. opens from 4 to 6, at the home of Mrs. R. R. bdblt Is universal especially with toe -

Joseph Hoover had business in Dyal, in honor of Mrs. E. B. Shipman, women, and sellers of "betel nut" may

Jacksonville Wednesday. Mrs. who is soon to leave. Refreshments be seen on many of the street cornersIn x,
F. A. Scott and
Miss Grace
of ice cream and cake were served. Saigon and otli.-r cities of Indo e
Shelldrake returned Wednesday from Those invited were Mrs. Ed Bnrnsed, Chlnf.fENTAWORn.
Come 'to Bible Revival, 8:15 p. m. Osteen, where they were the guestsof Mrs. J. H. Bennett, Mrs. R. W. Pul- Little Ones Become !

Baptist 'church. W. A. and Miss Doris Scott. len, Mrs. Laura Beal, Mrs. L. Cannon

i and Mrs. E. B. Shipman. All present Big Ones''
Pitt Tomlinson spent the weekendin Chas. F. Tatum, who had charge of i reported a very pleasant afternoon. ,
Starke with friends.Dr. .
the Turner Drug Store during the
I Green Cove Times.R. .
owner's absence, has gone to Macon, Many of our friends ask us why we put '

J. P. Tomlinson, of Lake Wales Ga., to accept a position as pharmacist. H.. Barbour and little daughter, UCOLUMNlJ forth such efforts as we do to get small accounts -

had business in Starke Monday Mary Angle, of Jacksonville, are expected many of which are started with deposits -

today to upend a week at the of dollar. It is
only one true that such
O. T. Nelson-of Saxton, had business Ex-sheriff S. B. Denmark was in home of Mrs. Angle Sternburg. FOR SALE-Two good horses, best
in Starke Monday.Col. Starke the first of the week, a guestof stock. Apply Sam Rosenberg accounts do not begin to repay the cost of
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baisden. Mr. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kloster and children Stark. 8-11-tf. handling.
A. Z. Adkins went to Tallahassee Denmark is still in poor health and have moved here from Buckner,

Wednesday business trip. must use a crutch when walking. Ky. They have bought the Perry FOR SALE-Ford touring car in However, we are building for the future.

i Dover place on Madison street, the good order. Cash or terms. Quigley These small accounts will of
A Swanbom, of Saxton, paid our The American Legion will have a I Strout Farm Agency making the real Overland Company. 5-6-tf grow. Many
office an appreciated visit Monday. great meeting in Orlando, May 16th estate transfer.Wednesday them will in time become very profit- d

and 17th. Several thousand veteransof 'I LOST-One dark brown 8 year old able. The small depositor of today will be *

666 Cures a Cold quickly. in attendance.the World War are expected to .be I being the anniversaryof steer, marked underbit in one ear the large depositor of tomorrow. The boy
Mrs. W. C. Powell's birthday
a and underslope in the other. II. II.
who the dollar
savings account will in
More cucumbers than ever beforeare number of friends went to her homeIn
being sent away from Starke.Ed Rub-MyTism kills infection. the evening' and gave her a delight. Hall, Hampton. B-6-2t. a few years be the business man with a valu-

ful surprise party. Among those able
Mrs. R. H. Barbour, Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE-200 feet lake front at account. ,
Burnsed, of Jacksonville, spent present were: Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
relatives. E. M. Davis, Miss Louise Fernandez Harvard, Mrs. LaMIra Graham, Mlsa KlngsUy lake, lying between Dar
the week-end in Starke with We want the youngsters to get in the habit -
by' and Davis'. For informationwrite
and II. M. Mitchell, of Chicago, attended Margaret Dekle and Harold C. Wall.
the Christian Endeavor convention Mrs. E. Carp.nter,1402 Morgan of banking with us now, so that they will
the barbers off on a vacation -
When go in Gainesville last week. street, Tampa, Fla. 429tf. with
safety razors have a good: sale. CEMETERY WORKING stay us during years to come. ,

FOR SALE!--Single comb white leghorn
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bug and Ben
Baptists to have protracted meet. There will be a cemetery workingand eggs for setting, from heavy
Peacock, who came here Friday to at-
ing 8 p. m. and 8:15: p. m. daily. tend the burial of Mrs. Estelle Peacock general cleaning' up day at Hope laying strain. $1.60 per setting of BANK OF STARKE
church, Theressa, on Friday, May 20.
left Friday afternoon for their Chickens and eggs wanted. J. F.
Little Miss Hazel Adkins is in Jacksonville Everybody Interested in this work are ,
Delivered .
home in Atlanta. eggs. by parcel post.J. '
visiting her aunt, Mrs Jack reuested to be present and do their STARKE FLORIDA ,
S. McCormick Raiford Fla.
bit in beautifying the grounds where
Briggs. Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Jacksonville, their 8-4-12t-5-20
loved ones lie. Don't forget the
came to attend commencement exercises Under State Supervision
Smith and Mrs. R. day. <
Mrs. Elbert
and visit at the home of her
FOR SALE-Or trade standard make
B. Neal left last week for a trip to !\II'. and Mrs. N. D. Wain-
Roanoke, Va. parents, PEACHES car as good as new. Will sell cheap E. S. Matthew, Pre. G. C. White,Cashier
wright. I will\ soon be shipping peaches. for cash, or trade for city, town or

Write for prices. L. M. Jones, Mo. G. M. Inman
666 cures Chills and Fever. Carr Colley, who is attending the country property. -
lena, Ga. 6-13-41. Starke. 6-C-4t b4
University of Florida, came up from
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Mrs. J. M. Gainesville and spent the weekendat .
Brownlee were visitors to Jacksonville the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Col.. Dr. Adams, a veterinarian of Lake ----- --
is in Starke. Dr. Adams for
last week. City, .111Let's
ley. Ihl
; merly lived here and is considered an .
A. E. Wall Is having new fences expert in his profession. '
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mitchell and
erected around his property, corner
son, Harrington M., of Wilimet, a
Cherry and Call streets PRESBYTERIAN
suburb of Chicago/ spent Tuesday as Get Acquainted"I,4
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ug-
Messrs. Louis H. Hill and Enoch low "I was glad when they said unto ton
Grims, prominent men of Lawtey, 'me, Let us go'into the house of the !
were in Starke Tuesday. Rev. F. C. Edwards, once a. beloved Lord.
Sabbath school at 10
a. m.
Baptist minister here, but who had! \

Messrs. A. D. Andrews and W. H. to resign the pastorate on account of the Sermon Heart at Right"11.a, m. Subject, "Get We are willing to more than do our in introducing .

Andrews, Jr., of Raiford. were in ill health, is in Starke on a visit. Christian Endeavor at 7 'm. part ,

town Monday. Friendly greetings meet him on every Sermon nt m.p. Subject, SERVICE the and it "
hand.RubMyTinm. "Why We Run So Poorly.p. our to public, to prove we are offeringfor :

Mrs. Lizzie Epperson, of Bartow, '
Come and bring your pal.
her cousin, killH
spent the week-end with pain Wewantu. ,
Rev. M. L. Smith has been appoint. ,

666 cures Bilious Fever. ed by Bishop Candler to take chargeof SATURDAY :! ,
the Methodist church here. Mr. hd

Thomas Turner left Sunday after Smith has been teaching in Candler iV
. .. Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long 1
noon for Gainesville, where he will College in Cuba, but has recently been announce the engagement and t ; w

spend the week with friends. :i transferred to the Florida conference.J. approaching their daughter marriage: of with every $1 1 purchase of anything in the drug line, our

Telfair Long, who Is employed in T. Dowling, of Itaiford, has beenin Ella Mae cigar counter the soda fountain will for 25c additional
Plant City, spent the week-end with Starke during: the week. He is one to we give h;

his parents, Mr. and Mrs F. H. Long. of the oldest citizens of the county. Mr. Louis Tllirhman Jarmonthe ofMAXWELL '
His age is 76 years, but still has an wedding to take place on a one pound can 1

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Ensey, of erect and powerful form, and looks at Thursday afternoon, the 9th of June .
Jacksonville, spent Thursday here as least 20 years younger than he Is. First Presbyterian Church

the guests of J. M. Truby and family.\ I Palatka HOUSE COFFEE :

"" Miss Carrie Holly left yesterdayfor The foregoing announcement, while ,
Bible conference at Baptist church her home in Ocala. During the not entirely unexpected to the friendsof \
8:15 past month Miss Holly has taught the the will be received
p. m. young couple,
eighth grade in the B.'It. S., and she with much interest in Palatka and ONE CAN TO A CUSTOMER. CASH PURCHASE

Mrs. Emily Phillips returned home has many friends here who hope that elsewhere in the state. Miss Long is

Friday from Tallahassee, where she she will return next term. the sweet and very lovely young ONLY : ,

has been yisiting her son, A. F. Phil\ daughter of Judge and Mrs. Long,
lips. Mrs. Ellery M. Davis, of Starke, is who came here about a year and a
In the city as a delegate to the C. E. half ago to make their home. Since

Misses Clyde Sheats, of Hastings, convention. While here Mrs. Davis is that time they and their charming
and Cora Lea, of Jacksonville, are stopping with her cousin, Mill Bessie family have made friends throughoutthe Where Service Counts i k

l visiting Misses Irma Stilley and Ina McCormick.-Gainesville Sun, May city. Prior to coming to Palatka, : ,
7th. they"lIved In Starker where they are .
Jones. popular with a wide circle of friends. Our stock of beauty accessories for "My Lady's Toilet"

Gary Ennis, of the University 'of Rub-My-Tism cures sores. Miss Long graduated from the Put.

Florida, Gainesville, spent the weekend Mrs. R. II. Barbour, of Jacksonville, nam high is school last spring. Mr. cannot be surpassed. You should inspect our' !Iir'ie. You will \
in Starke with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jarmon a prominent young business '
Is in the city attending the C. E. con of Palatka belhg connected
man ,
Morgan. find this need. '
drugs at store to meet Bring
vention. Mrs. Barbour is pleasantly with the Merryday Grocery Company. pure every your ,

666 Malarial Fever. remembered here as Miss Ethel He is originally from Delaware, but
cures and have them filled
Stemburir, of Starke.-Gainesville has made his home in Palatka for prescriptions to us correctly"and with
Mrs. Jay Alderman, of Waldo, washere Sun, May 7th. several years.-Palatka Daily News,
the first of the week attending May 4,1921.The materials of 100 per cent purity and strength. Thermos
commencement exercises of the B. H. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pettit and children foregoing announcement is of

S. left Wednesday for' Lake Wales, unusual interest to a host of friend Bottles all sizes new line just in.
will make their future ,
where they of Judge and Mrs. Long and the
home. Their friends here regret very charming bride-to-be, who was born -

again Geo.after E. Anareu a six weeks'is able battle to be with out much to see them made leave account Starke of, Mr.but in Starke and made her home"here until Send the "kiddies" here for their ice cream---fresh every
Inflammatory the change i is a year and a half ago.
malarial fever and
rheumatism. Fettit's business. day.
Colds Cans drip and Influenza .
rain Thursday broke the
J. M. A good LAXATIVE:BROMO QUININE Ttbleu ibccaiue.
Mesdames DeWitt C. Jones, remove
section, which ...
drouth in this '"
long There 1 Ie ""
only OulrOrn' I
Mitchell, T. J. Griffin and E. M. Johns threatened to become destructive. r: w r'I" ,....... ",. one. ta.n-o'
went to Jacksonville Tuesday to hear suffering in places
Though crops were
Geraldine Farrar. they were still vigorous enough to Patterns-All sorts, at a' price of Turner's Drug Store

How's ThiS? take on a new lease of life after the only one dime. Don't think because

WE0ICINB wDldo rain. these are offered so much cheaper I'
what w.CATARRH claim for IC-eure Catarrb or than other makes that they are out of THE NYAL STORE f
We do not of Swananoa,
Deafneii caused by Catarrh Rev. F. C. Edwards,
This Is
style. just an introductory
claim to other dine"
cur any at the homeof
liquid HALL'S, taken CATARRH Internally. MliOICINB and: arts through U a N. his C., has cousin been, Mrs.visiting T. N. Limbaugh.Mr. price of a pattern hoaM
he blond upon the. mucous .urf""*" ofth. . Edward preached last Sundayat Have a look and save from 25
system and rentorlnr thus redurliiif normal the conditions.All the Baptist church to a large and to 40 cents. All kinds for all age.. J.

DnntKlnte, Clrculari *r...., audience, who were glad i W. Morgan. 6- I appreciative 1 Iy
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FRIDAY, MAY 13. 1921.
,. ----- ----
ti 1 ling his parents-this week.
q 4 RAIFORI Mrs. John Bryant was in town on ness. Beth and Winifred Wimberly visited I Misses Ethel Byrd and Francis
d; Monday morning, while on her way The young folks of the town enjoyed friends in Lawtey Monday. a Doyou know Murrhee attended the Christian Endeavor -

Raiford May 13.-W. H. Andrews to Jacksonville where she will have a party at the home of Miss Helen roll convention in Gainesville Friday -
treated. Nauright Friday night Music and LAKE BUTLER you can
to eyes and Sunday.
i visitors Saturday
% and Sinclair Bryan were ,
: Starke Tuesday. Miss Gertrude Anderson, who has games were enjoyed for while.. The SO good : Ardell Abernathy and John Surrency -
k Tom Gunter and Rhoda Griffls were been aching at Orange Lake, returned guests were invited into the dining Lake Butler, May 13.-Wiltshire were business visitors to Gainesville .
married Sunday afternoon\ at 2 o'clock to her home here Saturday af room where refreshments were serv :Brooks, of Raiford motored to town cigarett2sfarIOcts I Friday.Mr. .

Rev. Major, of Lake Butler performing ternoon. ed. At a late hour the guests de. Saturday. from and Mrs. Wesley Dyal, of Largo -
4t the 0. J. Griffin, of Starke, spent Sat parted, voting Miss Nauright a Oulter Boyd of Worthington, was are visiting their parents, this
ceremony.W. Jacksonville urday here. harming hostess.Mr. a business visitor to Lake Butler last one bag of
I. Roberts was called to week.
Tuesday on Important busi Miss Lula Gene Wachtor, of Jacksonville and Mrs. W. II. Andrews and Thursday. Rev. Crosby filled his appointmenthere
M is visiting Mrs." S. W. Smith little son, John Arthur, Mrs. S. II. Several crates of beans and onions Sunday.Mr. .
ness.Ell this week. Moore and children, Howard and were shipped from Lake Butler Tuesday
Whitehead, of Jacksonville Andrew Sparks ofMounteorhr.
ry d and
, A
Shepard Moore was a visitor to Grace, were visitors to Heilbronn by II. S. Adkins.
Mrs. B. D.
was visiting his sinter attended church here
t, ,
Andrews Sunday. Lake liuller Friday night; Springs Sunday afternoon. The O. E. S. met Tuesday after

Loca Johnson, having closed her Herbert RiUh of Starke, was visiting noon in regular business session. Sunday.
k A' home here Sunday. HIGHLAND Tuck Dowling, of Raiford, motoredto Miss Lois MOoay returned from
school at Frostproof, {
I F. Friday, where she had been
,r .- Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes of Starke, Lake Butler Monday. Sampson
frt N. T. Rltch and O. J. Griffin, of were visiting at the home of A. D. Highland May 13.-Messrs. F. M. Mrs. W. M. Johnston attended the visiting relatives.
Starke were business visitors here Andrews Sunday night and Monday. Crews and E. Wilkinson attended circuit high school ,graduation exercises in Miss Martha Britt left Friday for
; Wednesday. They left Monday afternoon for court at Starke f rst part of last Starke this week. Gainesville, where she will visit her
i few days before return-
I'll", Clarence Ritch is visiting relatives Headland Ala., where they will visit! week. Mrs. Mary E. Werts motored to cousin for a in "
home Micanopy.
: and friends here this week. Mrs. Barnes mother. Mrs. C. M. Hudson and children Starke one day last week. .I' ing" to her

; 1 Clevy Sapp, who Is employed at St. Rev. Wiggins filled his regular appointment went to Starke Tuesday for a visit Orland Armstrong, of Jacksonville, "Duffy Abernathy left Tuesday for
.. Augustine spent last week end with here Sunday at the Second with her ulster Mrs. Chas. George. visited his parents last week. GENUINE"BULL'DURHAM Tampa.
i his family here. Advent thurch. Mrs. Burton Can-others returned to ""The following program was rendered Bob Jones, of Sampson attended

i: Mrs. W. M. Graham who has been I. W. Taylor, of Plant City was a her home in Jacksonville Thursdayafter Monday afternoon at the W. C. II I Bible school here Sunday.
: ;' visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. business visitor here Monday and a visit here with relatives. T. U. meeting: TOBACCO

D. Andrews, for a few days, returned Tuesday. Messrs. H. D. Council and C. M. Song.
I to her home In South Jacksonville Lacy Cason and Shepard Moore Click, of Jacksonville were transacting Scripture reading, Prov. 31. .\ ;t . "We Picked Up Seven Large Dead
t Friday afternoon. were visitors to Lake Butler Sunday business here Thursday.Mrs. Prayer. @ -". Rats first Mordning Using Rat Snap"So
3 G. W. Andreson is adding an upper afternoon.The II. C. Wimberly and sister, Theme Motherhood, noblest voca -= IO.1 writes Mr. B. E. Carpenter Wood-
story to his dwelling house. The friends of Walter Valencia, Miss Ricks, were shopping in Jacksonville tion of life. Thursday.Mr. bridge N. J. "We lost 18 small chicksone
f" work Is progressing nicely and is formerly of Raiford but now of Jack- \ \ Thursday.Mrs. Talk, Woman, the Guardian of National and Mrs. Seth Roberts and baby night, killed by rats. Bought Rat
!j' nearing completion. sonville, who has been seriously ill in' J. A. Starling visited relativesat Life-Mrs. Major. visited relatives in town Saturday. Snap and picked up 7 large dead rats

Born to :pro and Mrs. Maxie Moore the hospital ,for several weeks, will Lawtey Wednesday Song.! Bob Green of Brooker was a guestof next morning and in 2 weeks didn't
J I' Thursday morning a boy. Mother be glad to know that he is convalescing Mrs.F. M. Crews and Miss Maggie New fashioned ballot. his son, Joe, Saturday.S. see a single rat. RAT SNAP is good
and baby are doing fine. and hopes to be able to return to Crews were visitors to Starke Satur Woman in the tducational fields. S. Proctor filled his apopintment and sure.". Comes cakes; ready for

Mr. and Mrs. Condrey Johns, of his home soon. day.A. Talk-Miss Proctor. at Antioch Saturday and Sunday.Mr. une.3 sizes 35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and
Plant City, are visiting relatives and The infant son: of Mr. and Mrs. A. Stokes, of Jacksonville, was a I Song, Mother-Mrs. A. C. Strick- : Turner, of New River, was a D. C. Jones Starke.
friends here this week. Barnard Andrews passed away Mon- visitor here Thursday.W. land. I business visitor here Saturday. guaranteed by ,
Mrs. S. M. Morrell, who has been day morning at seven o'clock. The E. Mary made a trip to Starke Woman in the Home-Mrs. J. D, Miss Onie Scarborough is visiting -.
:. In Jacksonville for the past few week remains were laid to rest at Elzey's Saturday to visit relatives. Major.. Miss Mona Alderman in Starke this -
for medical treatment under Dra Chapel Tuesday at 2:80: o'clock. The Mrs. J. A. Starling, E. Wilkinson, Song. week. II To Stop a Cough Quick

I Ross and Green, returned to her home entire community extends deepest C. M. Hudson and A. A. Crews were Benediction.Mrs. Mrs. Leverett of St. Petersburg, take.* HA YES' HEALING HONEYS a
here Thursday, her health being much heartfelt sympathy to the grlef trick.- visltora to Starke Monday. F. A. Rawls and baby, of spent the week-end with her niece, cough medicine which stops the cough by
'. improved. en parents. : Gilbert Barker left Monday for Worthington, spent Tuesday with her Dr. J. M. Mann. healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissues
r Mimes Georgia Epperson and Ada Mrs. W. I. Roberta left Greenville, called there by the serious parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Roberts. Miss Annie Howard of Dukes wasa I 1 I A box of GROVES 0-PEN-TRATE
Register, of Lake Butler, were shop Worthington Springs, where she Lake I illness of his father, G. H. Barker.Dr. Mrs. CKarlie Larsen of Sapp, wasa guest of her aunt, Dr. and Mrs. J. SALVE for Chest Cold. Head Colds and
ping in town Friday. visit her sister Mrs. R. B. W. II. Hudson, of Jacksonville);; visitor to town Monday. M. Mann. Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of
r II. T. Dowling was a visitor to Lake W. W. Rice left Sunday for spent the week-end with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Mains motoredto HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
1 1 Butler Saturday morning. City, where he will attend to busi Mm. H. C. Wimberly and MI.aelI i I I,Starke, motored to Lake Butler last Starke Tuesday. should be rubbed on the chest and throatof
children suffering from a Cold or Croup
Rev. J. D. Major preached an interesting '
!, The heal1o..treet of Ham Healing nosey In-
sermon Sunday morning and aide the throw oorablned with the healbul effect of
drove o-P..Trate Bake through the pares of
f'If evening.A. the kin MOD stops a couth..
E. Proctor spent Tuesday at Both remedln.. are pecked oat carton and the
....101 the combined Ireeuwmt b tea
', Sapp.A
solemninzed WJuat ask your druggist for HAYES*
quiet wedding was
i. + r Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
J '' e- 1 \, 4I home of Mrs. Hewitt when Mr. John '-
Jt Ervin Dekle led Miss Allie Andrews A.- I 2I
to the altar. Rev. J. D. Major of the p
Methodist church, performed the ceremony
which nUde the happy coupleman
I and wife. 1 1"I
--- I
The rooms were decorated with cut I
flowers and ferns. The bride and
v q tr 1 groom left for Jacksonville where was weak and run-down."

", they will spend a few days, and will relates Mrs. Eula Burnett, of
r then be at home to their friends in
Dalton Ga. "I was thin and
Starke. a
Just felt tired all the time.
Jim Brown and
daughter Miss Ma-
.. ":' THE U. S. ROYAL CORD bel, of Miller, motored to Lake But- E I didn't rent well. I wasn't

A famous lire-and a famous treed t ler Monday afternoon.H. ever hungry. I knew by I
., Acknowledged among motorists and i C. Peoples, of Miller motored to this, I needed a tonic, and
duulors alike as the world's foremostexample l a 'town Saturday. I as then Is none better than-
of Cord tire building. Always
delivering the same repented 3" JOBS Cason, of New River wag attending -
economy tire after tire, and (canonafter + to business here Saturday.
maiion.The / Dennis Roberts and Mira Harrison,
tripe around the sidewall <. 31 t'N of Worthington motored to Lake
registered as a Je-uiui k in the U.S. Butler Sunday afternoon.Dr. I CARDUIB

Pttent Office 1 J. Maines made a professional -

trip to Manning Monday afternoon.
:: .atip:1 Mrs. Handley of Raiford motoredto
Lake Butler Friday. Tonics
B Woman's
Casper Duncan, of Gainesville, was
the week-end guest of his mother
Mrs. L. A. Duncan.
'CJow S. I began *
using Cardul.
Mesdames II. L. Sprinkle and son, <
1,1.. Henry S. II. continues Mrs. Burnett.
can measure Parker S. S. Proctor
you and daughter Miss Marshall motored "After my first bottle I slept '
to Dekle's pond to attend a fish fry iU better and ate better. I took
and picnic dinner which was spread 4 tour bottles Now I'm well I

tire under the beautiful trees at the noon feel Just fine, eat and sleep
value in
hour at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. 8 I my skin Is clear and I have
1921 P. Dekle.C. .
; pined and sure feel that
I A. Savage spent Tuesday In I Cardol'la the best tonlo ever i
Johnstown.Mr. 1 "
'. it's surprising the number country another to "find a market. Gainey and Mrs. Baxter, of 8 Thousands of other women
OFTEN Brooker, were shopping in town
:. u,. tire views that come Tuesday.Mrs. on have found Cardul Just aa I.I I.
IP! I out in a chance talk at the curb or in B. P. Wilson of Gull Point, I Mrs. Burnett did. It should
Iv l'1 spent Tuesday and Wednesday with 8 help ;you. I
the leisure of a garage. There are 92 U.S. Factory Branches.
Mrs. Proctor and family and Mrs. C. g At all drugglsU.
:' Almost Each one gets its share of U S. Tires. A. Savage. She was accompanied to SI E
day come
: \: every you her home in Ocala B-n
,: -L: across the man human enough There is a broad cbnstant; even distribution by Charlotte Sav ... ......
: of U. S. Tires going age.Lewis
.I. ..- .kt. to ". ehe can outguess Griffin of Newberry, was n -----
on from these Branches to the dealer. guest of Mra. Joe Crews and family.
,e, the cut-price tag ton: "job- Mrs Joe Crews and sons, Shelton ASPIRINName

lots,""discontinued lines" and Buy a U. S. Tire anywhere and Martin, motored to Guilford on

;\: IJ rD\' "surplus stocks. -in a community of500people Sunday.Mr.. .and Mrs. Lincoln Pierce, of
"':' \ His opposite is the hardor even less-and you get a Jacksonville spent Monday' with Mrs. "Bayer" on Genuine

: fresh, live tire of current J. C. Crews.
: pan car owner who sticks Mrs. A. O. Kinsey, of Gainesville eea
year in and year out to a production -with all the original pent; Wednesday with Mrs. Mattle
'. service and mileage the Markee.
standard brand as the only
".Any U. S. Tire rational factory put into it. l
". tfe a vstv.r..f economy. GRAHAM
full mvnejr'ifroriA. e <
." The owner of a medium or
a Graham May 13.-D. J. Kelly attended -
f. light-weight car stands on court in Starke this week.

Many will remember the scarcity equal ground with every other ... Messrs. E. Salisbury and David
; Kelly were visitors to the county seat
of U. S. Tires last year. car owner.
.. ewlre'; Unless you gee the
A hardship at the time but a beneAny United States Tire is Schell Byrd returned to Plant City not on pttckage or Bame
a uni"TI. .,* ..,.' Tuesday. are on tablet. you
fit now. There are no U.S.Tires to be versal full money's worth-backed up "m:*?: /ft Truby and Lee Dyal were visitorsto bed \bgetting"..Ct8Jt,genuine for Aspirin twesttymeA pre.

worked off-no accumulations-no with a leadership policy of equal _..,..... : the county seat Wednesday. yawn spiri and cit l:":ved safe by m1l1ion. Take
Autumn as told In the
Youngblood of .
forced selling of any U.S. brand no quality, buying convenience and price a business visitor here Friday.Waldo was f Cold,, lisadaeb.. Neuralgte Bayer. Rbeu package_

r",, shipping of tires from one part of the for everybody. Lee Byrd of Jacksonville is visit- for Tablets Pain.fH' edy t.bllChe.boxes. ot L\&mbago twelve\ Bayer...

l Ortavtl'a Teateleua chill....... Fists also see Aspirin, I.r cost few cent Drug.

mtona vitality ana merry by purifrh and *\ ie the trade mark o f layeManufacture

F United States Tires i etching........., lavlooratlod the. blood. You Cffa*can, Price MOB feel Me.MaStrunge )1 MoneaCPtlcacideeter of SeJ.icyliouJd.

Let Mrs. Mary Graves Tell You Her

f United States Rubber Poultry' Raising Experience 1886
Company "Three years ago bought an incubaor .

: this year I've made money. Rata

I, stole my baby chicks. Didn't know until DAVISINSURANCE
: a friend gave me a cake of RAT

FORD GARAGE Starke Fla. SNAP. Next morning found two dead
?; rats in hennery. Kept finding them.

Suddenly they disappeared altogether -

.. It's the only sure rat killer." 3
sizes, 35c, 05c, $1.25. Sold and guar-:

-, anteed by D. C. Jones Starke.-Adv STARKE
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-- -. : j road away from the farm. In a short Address Made I I rendered unto Caesar thst which was At

i! News of Florida in Short I[ time the man returned to the quarters Caesar's, and" unto Cud that which r,
Paragraphs !I and again went among the help,, 1 was God's.
I p.ors.--,.en f..._W'-W',._ ......_.. I Mr. Reed approached the negro and I Lt. Thomas On i These men were sacrificed in physical k

: ordered him from the place. Instead pl'rf .tlon-gClOd hearts, good
!I ; Live State News : i, of obeying the man made a motion asI Memorial DayAt eyes, perfect teeth and feet, strong,

I I though to draw a weapon from his I IUCI I brawny muscles, and free from dis.
-- --' -----u. i shirt and as it was known that he had i easethat is the only kind fit to he
the Memorial Day exercises on
: d.b-Our i I I been armed earlier in the night, Mr. sacrificed on the altar of liberty In
I Exchanges. themac's April 26th, Lieut. Archibald J. Thomas !
Reed shot. The bullet Biblical times, we are taught: that
.. I of Co. E IBS Inf. A. K. F., median
under the left arm, the best
- -- body I only were given; 10 it wan
- of the
- address in
-----I ing upwards and caused almost instant memory young I with our great nation, she first of alloff..ra
J. L. Dishong of Wauchula, received In the famous "Ridge lI'tlon"northwest death. mm from Bradford county who gave only her best, and her best on.
$4,000 from four acres of cucum- and their lives for their country In the
southwest of Lough. ly are accepted by the great Architect
bers planted in that section.M man, the Peninsular Naval Stores World War. The address is as follows of the Universe
Jr. 8 of Oak-
Fred MatherSmith, :
Company, of Jacksonville has trans. death in Johns Time after time British and Frl'nchoffil'.r
land, narrowly escaped .
C. Tucker ferred Madam President, United Daughters
prominent cattlemanof approximately 20,000 acres of lake when he was attackedby have remarked in my presence .
Lakeland, is being citrus lands \to the Orange Belt Real- of the Confederacy, and Other
; sought by authorities an eleven foot gator, and had it "We have men, good men, but
alleging that he ty Corporation of Mountain Lake Ladies and Gentlemen: CigaretteTo
severely cut recently i I not been for his presence of mind and none such as 'ourR-your men haveno
his wife's throat at their home incorporated under the laws of This is occasion.It "
at I I a knowledge of how to protect him a very appropriate equal on earth. As a French lady
Richland today. She is said to be in Florida, with an authorized capital of self in such an emergency, there is is well that we dedicate a day to seal In the expressed it, "Such big, clean, ugly,
a serious condition. $500,000. little doubt but that the reptile would the memory of our heroes both living. laughingfellows; they sing at work,
- have killed him. The lad, with his and dead, who struggled for cherished delicious Burley they smile at play, and they laugh at

Brushes are being made from pal- Lakeland Is rejoicing over the selection two sisters, was In swimming while hopes and great aspirations. While lobaooo flavor. death."
mhetto trunks by a broom and brush of that the location short 1 do not believe in worship of ancestors -
city aa for his father and mother were a, But now that the war is over and .
factory opened at Punta Gorda. It Southern college. The site comprises distance away. Young Mather is saidto yet if we take from history tho It's Toasted the victory won there is grave tendency
Is planned to extend operations to include I eighty acres of orange groves overlooking be one of the best and most daring deeds of our heroes we have undermined throughout the whole countryto

manufacture of brooms and a Lake Holling worth In the swimmers in that section and it was the very foundations upon relax, to allow lower ideals to re-
larger variety of brushes. city limits. With the income from the not unusual for him to swim a half- which liberty was found..d.Ve place the more lofty ones. If we allow Y+

three groves and subscriptions from mile out into the lake. When he had bought our liberty with sacrifices of @ Z : .:::: tier this, then these heroes have given
Much interest is taken citizens Lakeland's manhood, then why should we not .;
being in establishing pledges amountedto swam some distance from the shorehe their lives In vain. Rather let us
permanent pastures in dif $395,000. It is understood work discovered he had come upon a transmit to future generations an account live up to the expressed sentiment of
ferent section and on different soils will begin on the building in July or large alligator. Almost without warning of those pioneers in the wilderness the soldier who had been'through the
of Pasco county. The farmers are August. The site is one of the most the reptile gave the lad a terrific of a Democratic government, no that the proverb in army tactics fight and met the enemy at his worst: ?t
being influenced to devote more ef beautiful in Florida.In blow with its tail. Mather realized that the youth of the land knowing which says, "Take care of yourselffirst I I
forts leading toward a permanent, that to become panicky would only how dearly these blessings were ," was remembered by the levelheaded "To you our honored dead, who gave

table agriculture for this county. the easy Hours of Sunday excite the gator, and with several bought; will resolve that they shall men of the South. If a soldier I. Your ail that Freedom's bannerFree
mornIng -
a fatal shooting scrape took place I hard strokes was soon out of its be preserved even at the cost of their does not keep cool, utilize every from shame might proudly wave

Practically a million dollars worthof near Twin Lakes and the Hemando striking distance. He then made his blood.. advantage that is offered he not only i i Before the world forever.

building has been started in Miami county jail again contains a prisoner way back to the shore with difficulty, As to the heroes of the Southlandin renders himself Incapable of effectiveness
since January 1. In April the per awaiting trial for his life. About 2 suffering" from the blow he had re- the World War, I take pleasure in but Is a detriment to his To you who lie in peaceful rest t

mits issued showed a total of $334,680 a. m., Sunday morning Milton James ceived." Fortunately the gator brokeno presenting first none other than the comrades who need his concentratedassistance. Beneath I the silent crosses,

and there in no sign of a let up in shot and killed George Sinclair, both bones, otherwise the lad might women who threw open their homesto This goes to show that We pledge our all, our lives, our best,
construction. colored. Word was sent Sheriff Cobb have drowned before assistance could ; the soldiers in the early stages of the boys who descended from the old !ITo curry on forever

and he went to the scene and arrested have reached him. the war when the young recruits were cavaliers of tho South still possess l i

There are at least two Jersey cows James at his home. lie was takento first being weaned from their homes that nobleness of spirit which makes The charge you left, wo gladly take,
and loved A majority of soldiers. Nor ask for aught but that
of Polk county giving splendid accounts Brook ville and locked up. A cor- ones. great good
of themselves. One is giving oner's jury was empanelled and found FARMERBROWNMorning the cantonments were located in the Though we lost fewer men than tI".1 Worthily'I for thy dear sake .

61.2 pounds of milk daily and another that James was guilty of the killingof South, on account of the climate, and other sections, yet we lost many, and '1 We curry on forever."
gave 1398 pounds of milk and 11.8 Sinclair. the men from the East, the North and such specimens of manhood 1 that the I I I
pounds of butter in March.A Mr. Snyder. My wife's | the West were received into tho loss seems greater. It l Is a common
There was a tempestuous thr(>e. dead gone on that new kind of oil homes the same as were tho home saying in the army that during the _.-Y. the 6am

proportion has just been closed quarter hour in the house Thursday stove you all have, the kind you sold boys. Each was met with that motherly war the best men morally were the I taw mm are formed by innnlssjs.Itboiniti *:

with a new settler whereby he will morning It came in the nature of a to Mri. Bradley affection characteristic of the first to be sacrificed 11"that as it may iiiiiny mi iVKiilutoi!.-Ullw .
plant 120 acres to tree blueberries discussion of a resolution( offered! by Say, you know we bought a three women of the South. we know that our section sacrificed I br N...ra e
Mr. Corbett of St. Johns The Then these soldiers entered of its best, Bradford
within two miles of De}'uniak. This county. burner Perfection stove from you a as upon Home county I -- --- -
will be the largest blueberry farm in resolution was designated to express bit ago Now Samantha has taken their duties overseas they were not soldiers who lost their lives in Unit Corner I Hill, Gladstone, N, J., Sell ?
the United'States. the sentiments of the house toward lots of pain to keep it clean and took forgotten by the same women who great struggle are: Sidney Uielling, Hat Snap; He fla)'.

state veterinarian Dr. DeMilly, and good core of it, so it looks good asnew. were so kind to them while In training R. A, Dukes, Forrest :Shuller:; Irvin: I "1 sell and liRe KAT SNAP. Like to "-' c

directed also that the salary of the What I am coming ut is Samantha comfort kits, letters, 1>oXof \Minion, Ira McKinney, Othello II II t'. look man In the face and tell\ It's
One of the strange sights around
veterinarian be stopped while he was wants' to know would! you chocolate and articles too numerousto din, Herman Crosby, Alex I'. Hurnage the best.. It's "
last week crowd of good. I'eoplo like RATKNAP
Williston was a engaged in lobbying the members of trrde for one of these new kind of mention were distributed through Nick Johns, Kurie Douglas, I.nnicr i
cucumber pickers picking cucumbersand the legislature to the neglect l of his out the until there is because it "does" kill rats, pe-
oil stove, she paying you some boot.I army, today nwarmer broke, IComnn Addison, Robert Green .i
fires to warm by scattered over duties as such officer. But the wife.Mi. fueling throughout the trifles t'ort'ntt--I..IVt's, no smell Comes Ih
resolution am sorry to disappoint your country died In camp or on the way to Franco.Willie .
the field. It is reported also that one it dooms did not express the Brown, but you see we do not for the South because of tho Jones, Ne;:I ).an lor" anil in cakes, no mixing to do. Cuts or
or two were seen laying by their corn wishes of the house as a body and it I handle any second hand stoves It is splendid women who were no solicitous Richard Ray White were kHl.'d.In ac- dogs won't touch It. Three sixes, 85c,

with an overcoat on. was killed by a vote of 49 to 25. ,out of our line entirely. Perhaps you for the welfare of the soldiers. lion. Those. heroes gave their precious I nr,c, $I.:!!:. Sold and guaranteed by D. ,

can sell it to some one In town that You, the ladies of the South, will never lives that you and I may lie C. Jones, Sim'ko.-Adv.i ,
W. R. Royal, :24.! employed by the Much pleasure has been expressedby does. We will be pleased to Hell you know the /gratitude which we feel down tonight; in repose, so sweet to n I +

Davey Tree Expert Company and engaged representatievs of the U. S. department one of the new kind. Everyone !ks toward you, you can never know the peace loving 11001'1Wo are taught: Quinine Ihul lon rout" Allctt IIot.4 i

: in tree surgery in the beautiful . of agriculture over the success wild about them and we are having feeling of gratefulness which greeted! that "greater love than this hath no tWmninf In innli mutt. 'ln "''v'' e'ffivt I.AXA ,
grounds surrounding the Warden in growing sugar beets for seedat 1 big sale on them. your ffiorts, because words are inadequate : bin TIM I: IIROMO gi.iNiNt.; n..i, eu.1) ran lit tuknn
that hi lay down his life for
mansion at St. Augustine, fell from Oldsmar. Reports from W II. Wall, that Is whot she sent me to yet we know that should tho They made the supreme cr I | the envoi linuil.wltlifiiit L.W.dKOVti,("umilfl I ' nt-rvnumiitmior im.Kuicuu |lea rlnullil. aim: .

one of the trees and striking on a Burns, agriculturist in charge of the town for. Sho awfully wt on that occasion again present itself you sacrifice for the cause of liberty, for
picket fence, sustained injuries from sugar beet investigations at Klissneld, stove She'll have to Figure/ it out would be us willing to serve as the freedom for their loved ones, and! now No Worm In a Healthy ChildAlluhllilnm it
Y which he died at 4 o'clock thin,; morning Mich., state that the shipment of S
men. .
some way. Things* cominr down I IIIny1 that the sacrifice was acceptable, In IriHililml with Worm have tin un- t
hoots from Oldsmnr to Hlissfield arrived Next h.'llhre"I",whkli Indhate.I..,liluxl> ,mid sac
the venerable nod emhue with that
i present veterans Thy sight, (0 us
New I : ruin, there I IN innrit or I mm Mtomach, dtmurtttucin.i.Kovr .
Governor Edwards, of Jersey, in fine condition. Part of them
On our old stock we are making a who may l he termed" the pillarsof gratefulness of spirit that will enable ( :'s TASI LESS: CHILL: IONIC III."q r im-
signed an order granting; the requisition were placed in cool cellars to remain liberal discount on everything we can, the South. To you of the Confederacy us to forever look upon the pictures larly fur Iwoiirllimi work will rnrlcli 11".1.1.,
of the governor of Florida for dormant until planting; time, and the but new stock already in and comingin we owe much of tho gallantry of In thin hall and say, "I, ton. I Improve the.11 .."Unn,and ail a.a iuiralStrrnilh-! -

the return of John R. Bryant and wife balance were placed in cold storage there will be no change, in prices the Southern boys in tho World War. have kept the faith, though I have :rbtainuiututhewholesySlrm.fhrnwfifTnr/ dl."llh.warm.,end N.turewilllhee nChlld wlllh
to this state where they are wantedat rooms in order that the period of before. September. That is what we The army of the confederacy was not been sacrificed In tho fray, I have I 1.Uerrectheathn riewuttot.ka.eltcoarbunts. *
Orlando on a charge alleging: the dormancy may be extended and these are informed by the wholesale houses great in the struggle, greater in vic- w 1

killing of Bryant's father. They are will be planted in a more northern so we will have to /govern ,ourselvesaccordingly. .. foray, !ru t greatest in defeat. Thou g h
now in jail at Orlando. area. -If- we can pick up a your unparalleled effort for cherished t

snap in any hardware line, we will ideals were defeated you have
The harvesting of potatoes in the Following the report of a gun, M. give our customers the benefit of it gained a greater victory; being men Kill That Cold With
Bunnell section is still under way and J. Lane was found dead with a large We are watching the market very of the highest/ type of civilizationthat

the farmer are finding the yield very hole in his breast above the heart by close, so as to give our customers the the world affords; you stated .

good indeed, with the percentage of his wife Saturday night; at his home benefit of any market decline as fast your grievances openly and you 'Ll...
No. 1 potatoes ranging around ninety near Coronet. The implication is that I Ii as it comes. fought for your rights; manfully. + n
out of a hundred, with an average of i i. i is a case of suicide. It is reportedthat i Sorry about the stove, Mr. Brown. When defeated you reconstructed ft
barrels to the The Mr. Lane had not been in his Tell wife toset her South other
above fifty acre. your a price on bleeding as no countryhas
best average reported is sixty-four right, mind for some time and that he old stove and 111 watch out for some ever been reconstructed; no pettyor CASCARA a QUININE
barrels to the acre. had been worrying over financial diffi one looking for a second hand stove. secret plotting, no overthrow of
culties. lie left the house about 8 If she makes the price low think I the government advocated, until today
Six deeds have been filed with the I' o'clock and went out in the yard. Ills can find a buyer before long. Everyone the South is the most loyal section FOR AND
clerk of the circuit court conveying wife heard'the report of the gun soon likes this new stove as soon all of the United States. That (II a Colds, CoughsOMt" La Grippe wt.

what is believed to be the entire hold- afterward and running out in the they see how it works. victory that has no parallel in modern .
ings of former Governor Catts and yard found the lifeless body about ten i I suppose they are about is crazy history Neglected Colds are Dangerous w

his wife to their daughter, Miss Ruth feet from the house. I, as the colored boy. There are less agitators and radicals chances. Kmp this standard r.m.dy handy fur the sat .n.....

Catts. The consideration mentionedis A man for the first time noticed in the South than in any other Brmlts up a cold In 24 hours- R.ll.vOripp .. tye
$10 and other valuable considera After making numerous attemptsto what a long heel a barefooted colored section of our country, and those in I
tions. The deeds include two hundred commit suicide, Harry Snyder, 30, boy had. whom we have are immigrants from Quinine In this form do. not affect th. .d-C..r. !. b..l Tonic r
acres of land and several blocks in of Clearwater, succeeded in hanging Say, boy; how comes it you have other states and countries. La..dve-No OpUt In Hlll'a. o
this town. himself in a cell of the Duval county such a long heel? Though the boys of the South are
jail, where the demented young man Why, boss, it am dis way. When descended from priceless mothers and ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT

Tampa's eleventh big steel steamship had been put several days ago for the Lord made the nigger, he done noble fathers, I think that the last
the Standard Oil tanker T. J. safe keeping. He, while in an insane forgot my feet. Then when he gave national crisis demonstrated that
Williams launched at the Dan. condition was brought to Jacksonvillea them to me I wuz so tickled dat I just these' traits were transmitted to the
was ,
leIs shipyards. The vessel, a 11,500 week ago for treatment in the Mil- jumped right in de middle of them. younger generation. No suction! responded ':Pl

ton ship, was christened by Mrs. T. J. ler sanitarium Snyder became so more nobly to the call to 4. .
Williams wife of a director of the violent there that he could not be kept VICTORY MEDALS FOR ALL arms than the South. Though; she
Standard Oil company, who with her there, While in the sanitarium he THE EG-SERVICE MEN possessed only 14 per cent of the pop.
husband made several attempts to commit suicide ulation of the United States, she furnished ,
was present.
Axel Lofgren 65 a watchman at deliberately jumping from a sec. Ex-service men should rememberthat 28 per cent of the national I,
the office of the Aiken company, of ond. tory window of the hospital, sustaining in many future gatherings conventions guardsmen which were mustered into "

Penmieola, was shot and killed some but a few bruises. reunions, old soldier paradesa active service before the draft. After I
time Thursday forenoon at his home. Victory Medal on a man's breast the draft she could furnish only '15 Year.Ago- I;
That he killed himself was the first The value of an ordinary Persiancat will Identify him at once and pass her quota, hut in this we find from

report reaching the police, but after a at Daytona is increasing with the him in without question.Get actual statistics that the drafted men
little investigation, his wife was lock monotonous regularity of the intereston your medal now, there is no in the South were placed in cantonments .J;
ed up in the county jail and a coro note in the bank, and attorneys interested red tape. If you do not care to vend much cheaper than were the '" aadTodgy a'"
ner's jury ordered empanelled to look in a suit resulting from a legal in your discharge have a copy made men from other sections.. Now that 1
into the I contest for possession of the ani- by a notary public or a commanderof she> furnished more men than the rest ::
case may say the kitty may be worth indirectly the American Legion Po t. Clip of the country according to her population 'i

Fifty thousand acres of land in Clay a thousand dollars by the time out the following coupon and send it the next question would naturally [it
and Putnam counties, lying along the all the cards are laid down. N. A. In: be, what kind of men? The following 0 I .v,.
Oklawaha sold yesterday Johns had possession of the animal at To U. S. Army Victory Medal Officer, statistics were found b Dean .
valley was
to the Leavitt Land, Co., of Indianapolis one time but Robert Thoburn who Masonic Temple, Jacksonville, Fla. Trursler, of the University of Florida Michclin Invented its ,
Indiana claimed ownership and went into the Sir:-Please send me a Victory by diligent reseireb work in Washington .i' ,
Ind., which is composed of pneumatic automobile n ,,
last of courts to prove it, finally was award. Medal application blank I served in : There were less diseases, I } +
bankers. This is the tire 2$
the holding of the Florida Farms & ed the cat by the circuit court after the U. S. army during the world War fewer accidents, suicides and caiual- years MO. I '
of three years ef litigation which involved tit pin action amon; the Southern s>ldiers "
Co. Inc. the other acreage
this concern, having, been sold sometime court and attorney fees of several as an.._______...___.___.._ (State I than among soldiers of other SMITH'S GARAGE O 4i..
hundred dollars. Now Attorney Pope whether officer or enlisted man). sections of the country, which means .
ago. has brought suit against Johns to collect ter- UBM ISTARKC
A TONIC $95 which he claims l is the balance My full name is.___________________ I !IIIIfZI1JI1DIm .If,)
due him for representing Johns. COFFINS & CASKETSAnd '
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I Enriching the Blood. When you feel iu returned by the jury Impannelledby Box No-------- R. F. D. No._______ Untl.f "..' Supplies ,:
I .tnnglhenlng.lnvlgorating effect see howit Judge Cody, in the case of the 'fJ

brings color to the cheeks and how shooting an unknown negro by E. City______u____ State...__ u__ _ AUTOMOBILE HEARSE ;:.(
it improves the appetite you via then E. Reed in the quarters on his farmat Always on hand. The best service 4

''i'" appreciate Its true tonic value. Hastings. Early Sunday morningMr. Habitual Constipation Cured at the loweat prices. Special Big Reduction In Prices JooI make" a mistake ."
Grove's Tasteless cbill Tonic is simply Reed returned to his farm to investigate In 14 to 21 Days attention to telegraph or- order your fertilizer t'

Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So the cause of reported disturbances "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" U a speciaUy- m. Registered Embalmer. without getting our new price Hats Just issued. Plentyof
Tonlo-L xa'Jve for Habitual
Pleasant even children like it. The blood among the help quarteredon Constipation.prepared Syrup It relieves promptly but --- Materials", prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, la-

needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to his place for potato harvest His should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days DeWTIT C. JONES nectieides, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies. 1
told him of the trouble and I Il
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and foreman to induce regular action. It Stimulate arid E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. "J
(Grip germs by Its Strengthening. In vigoryating pointed out the man who had causedit Peculate Very Pleasant to Tsks"" tOc STARKE, FLA.
\ Effect. ...3c.t \ then seen walking away up the bar bottle. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA ; :


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