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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1926
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Members Unanimously Vote '1'0 Oil.\MtKS:' IN: 1'O.SIAL
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(C.o.. nf JathxomilU I Luw LIST OF TEXTBOOKS J
Support Venture As Beneficial RATES ARE URGKI; Ilulders! on Rand IS 'f' \

to County at Large. 1 One Block Completed: Another tHe < Thr"lIlCh. Bradford
The point congressional pasta
Issue Delayed Till .
: reached Started :Shortly.Keystone t'onnly. GIVEN
s Next Week. committee, has an agreement 1'

upon material changes in fiv, Heights, May 2(5( -- y atl i Bid., w.'ie opened; '1'ut.sla3otter.- ) ( ,

ii At the regular meeting of th" classes of temporary postal rates Building in th city .h"wR, m .A r r I I. ,,n I., thi bund trustees" of 1'nidrord I ; (;
BY CO. SUPT.
Lawtey chamber of commerce heM They are: I slump despite t'u: i np)),>r i 'null "f -<'iini j "iiinty fur I construction >f J t

at the Lawtey club houso Tuesda, :, Reduction in the rate on private I mer and dr-.njto the fart, that mon >r 1:ho short stretch of rond18, from 1

evening with a goodly uttendnnc : mailing cards from 2 cents to 1 1 1 than half of the home owners art! 1I-:takes to I tin t'lay county line I I'r.." Sl.ite rt.M.ksill( Nut He ; t 1. Ltj j jN'ailabhe

of the.business men and Indies, of cent I In.. recoiM-d. These
I now in the north for the suninvM' I 1,1being I'niil July I ,,
r, tho community, present, the Brad Reduction of the rate on transient' I The paRt week has seen thu start ciiw I idc vored (three different types" -- .

ford County Telegraph ropresentativc i second class mail mater-news- of a building to contain, four apart ,,f rond, constriu!linn coinreto, rockrose Superintendent H. II. Wigging i I

( who explained the i idea! o four 1 papers mulled by in.Hvidl1alsto'I r.ients: A second. unit to contain e I: with n surface' treatment and has prepared tho following list of ,

Booster Edition and tho Tele 1 cent I four more apartments will be start E' II I:lu Plnley" type The low bidders, t text bunks which will l ho used in .'t\ r

graph's desire. to have Lawtey we1l! I Establishing, of a rate of not I pil as soon as the firstis, completed. Aero I,. M Cray! and tho )' .iPunipiinjr tho schools, of the county during ', 'j i '

represented. Being put to a vote, more than 2 cents on return postal TIll buildings. will be stucco in n S the O'hi rien Compnnvnnd lho IO'>'Jli-\ 27:! Irons All grabs up 1( 't I

it was moved by Mr. J. II. Moore, !' cards Kent out by busines firms modified Spanish architecture i'r.' :_ I being $(W:'.riO under Mr. .ray's( furnished,

and seconded by Mr. Robinson tha with the collection to bo made of- Rupert dentist, of Meadville, 1'<1.,, Lnd. Neither of these' )bids, howvor ,

this club go on record as extending tor their return it- the owner. covered all Items submitted the state I thuHU books. buvomln: if

their wholehearted support and Re-m'rangenent: of the special The homes of Daniel Reamer and William, South Pmt Carolina Boland., won a oventccn a corn growing ywur-oM wr funnel> rt<>tm Uiy for from.-,y.yew4..vcounty In etahr 10 them Mr. Gray not bidding) on nviulabl, Die. curly part of July. y

every cooperation.This I handling rate on parcel post packages Dr. R. Bruce" Gamble are rapidly southern mate He ta shown ctvlr a tZOJO cup as r'Lm from Nnsl loin items, the- O'ltilen t''iii" |>nnyiniitting Those books wilt bo .distributed. -

!Is the spirit of tho countyIt 'I so tlmt In place of the stand : Hearing completion. Finishers will dent CoolUitt. A ratlway cooiiany denied she a ta. one der tho diroitioit of tho county '

is the right spirit. What affect I nrd 25 cents charge there will be a : be in the buildings within a few The bids, submitted) were as ful-. m houl board. ami will bit in rondinifiH i 1 f

the welfare of one and affects tho, graduation, with a 15 cents rate clays.: VETS ows! : for oil sehoivls opening during
iDEILIi> : :
I' /Mil.K lin'KNSl.: : : UK: I'I.E.\ t-t)\ i :
welfare of the other. We are all in- fur .small packages ; The busmen block of Dr. Val or Doi\ Hi.r.: SI..tl I'.H l'IW(1\ i l.oY.UTYTO > !I.*. W. I
terdepen l'nt. Today towns ant'! I tc-is, which contains four stoics,
cities well realize that in working I HIGHLAND about ready to be turned over 'j Dakar t'ountj I oulli I Mil \\ it hoot :'.$! .((10.) Time for. compVlinn. 170 1 Primer Pupil's books ChlM'rtWorld ,I p

together much can be accomplished llond Hearing.Jifk'unvil'o. I I .lays, (Primer; Kverdny: Chllll1t 't
the owner PnmtorB und finishers. Aniiiting "lion P.isMeit at (loso uf Reunion ,
for the common good.: Thus ir Highland May 28.! -II. C. Wim-I have been at work on the buildin.( I |>i>
this issue Lawtey is helping to advertise berly has moved into his newly I for several eeks. '. MIIV 21.--Held. without reeling in InlereNl. of| I ing C..? Jacksonville. \ rock, $HI2l.0 1.- first" book; Indiintrhil, ) Art, revised, /

Starkc and Starke is helping ; completed store building on the i iI Work on the Peterson block will bond in the H-kcr: county. jail Connlr>'. ': : ); conoreto, $13i.lS.i I: : !) ( <). TimoTor pint' one; Twilight Town. Tcnchir's ;a i ,.
Macilonrj: for llv slaying! Satunluy I I ) books ': CInesica. prim
advertise Lawtey. new state highway having closedup i be resumed upon the completion ofn I fomjiletion( 120: days. -Kvorduy
Issue I)elm)'cd Some Days. I his old place of business cast contract job by the builders now afternoon at :Snndernon::, (ofr.trn Birtuin, ;IH1I1I.1:1.: May :20.! -.Vetorans I f,. M. Gray: rock, $..(}.7'J7.0; or (Iracheri l Edition) ; How to

Owing to this extra section being!: of the railroad. bring rushed to completion at 'I Crawford nnd 'iTli.. Podinn, of tho I Ciinfodorni* army tojtfay I ['inley t>'|ic'' $ .r,H'.t'! .00. Time for teaeh Silent:;, Reading+ : to Boirinncrfibv I I ,

arranged for and much extra legal I A. A. Crews returned Friday froma Hampton Beach. I' F.l\1el'yVnod, :22:! diiim* his. net sent sent word to 1'resid'iit omplition was omitted from Mr.irajH (( Emma Walltinj). '

work in the office this week it h: visit with Ms brother W. G. : Several new homes will likely be was in self. dofoime.Crawford ('.."I..IgII.at. they mo. air loyal to 'I' : bid although, it is underitimd First I drain; Pupils: Chill's,
entered his filling. : utii- llio ilriitelStntcs his intention to nethn \\'ul'l.1 (First Reader! by Emma
impossible to have this issue completed Crews at Mulberry. ', started within tho next few weeks. I him end. the flag of I it what (
before the letter I part of W. R. Smith spent the week.en.11 From the early building rush ic lion !In Sanderson with a drawn :; n.. they we o to the hlln.r : time nt I'M I: clayn. XfalkiiiK) .

r- next week. This delay will mean,, I with friends in Jacksonville. I II appears probable that tho total Knife and udvnnnl toward him. of t lie C"nf.I'I'u"111111" .lofforion'' Bids (I'nder Conxideraliun. Scrond" gnrdo pupil : ChiT,I'., y .

however, that it will be a bigger J. L. Smith returned Sunday. building will more than double during i Wood toM ofCk..-!!. !Seizing' : his- gun }Davit, In tho sixties. This m-nti- l' At this meeting tho bond trustees \\ odd Ki'i'ond Header; J Kvc: >idayOaHHieH i y

and better job with greater interest I from a visit with relatives at Live the coming year. Prospectsfor Wood says he fired two .shots." meat was in the form of a ronolii. j i .ink no dcfinitu action in awarding Second; Roadrrf Work and : ,

in it and so serve its intended pur. I the Florida Chautauqua of The first. went wild mortally lion nail marked the final item of tho': content, the different! bids tom Play with Numbers; Mastery of J \\J
Oak.Mr. wounding Dodson, a friend of t'lrty.sldrannuill] IIC t! later m ''tmg. Wards, book *. L 4'' ',
pose all the better. \ and Mrs. Joe Ford of Mulberry Keystone Heights aro brighter now biminoiH at the taken up a I on ,
Wood( ,, who was conj'ng; to his alL, amid loud, ) Credo \ Child's World (
Third
Itipil:
reunioni It was adopted
All Copy Must Be in by !Monday:! spent. Sunday here the guestsof than they have ever been while a ,
The second shot hit Crawford killing applau'-p) pvnc-tuated with notes of ; Third Reader! ; Good English\ Book I i
that and II. Wimberly.
Again let us advise those Mr. Jlrs. recent letter from the Lawrence I CUT '
want to be represented or have ar. I' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly Developing Company states that'i him nLuiost inntnntly.Dadson the robe! )'I'U. I \WILL OFF One.ITamiltnn's! Rnsentints of j

tides to submit for publication in of Woldo and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson work on the 18-h.ole golf course ;is and Crawford were Baker It wa the Mine! of the meeting: I I, Anthmpntie, lower grads; Around, "

this number that all copy must now Green of Starke spent Sunday hen progressing nicely. Work on the Bounty fatmrrs. They were I that the' seal of the veterans topreserve the t world with Children; EvenclayriinoncH '. t
I buried Sunday afternoon. and promote, an i idolism 5 MILES FROM Third Reader; Silent Read. I" ',' .
be in the hands of the printers no the guests of relatives.C. greens will be started by July 1. I II I j
ordered WH without '
Wood
was aught wc.ubl re.biTitnd : Third Kender.
from whi-h they er.
later than next Monday, !May 31st. W. Murdaugh left Sunday for
I
I bond until he can be given a preliminary I of the Child's 1 5
I to the enrichment Fourth Credo Pupil: <
1 Tampa where he will be located for BEANS LEAD INEXPRESS ,
I hearing before Justice1 of union not loss than to the south. STATE ROAD 3 World Fourth RMI.t.r1011! ; ; Eng

THERE WILL BE NO some time. SHIPMENTSTwo I the Peace J. N. Milton a1l. Macbnn- They met not U> keep alive animoiitlos list. !Book one; Thn !Mastery of
and Mrs. Jim Carter were '
REACTION IN FLORIDA I Mr. Packing Houses Being Made y, some then within the next t'n' hut tOo foster the high'' \\'<>rix, Bonk rifle; Ifnnditi n's Es't.' I Isvtfas
visitors to Lawtey Saturday. Ready to Handle the To- ,days, authority-it: ad.: At the that spirit of patriotism which blazed IUrcht of Way for flaw (;rt'1'overllnlte \ ) of Arithmetic fur .

ale Wall Street Magazine under Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Beaty and mato Crop. time it will l.p det.-rmined whether from. tho soul of every trim American I ( Park Ratite Grades: ; l-'rye's New Geography

recent date, had tho following to children returned Sunday from a For the past IS days bean shipments he will bo held without land until the affirmation! said.. ;3ecurcd with, .Flvrrda Supplement! Book
and other
say relative! to the Florida boom: motor trip to Atlanta have topped tha list of truck the grnnJ jury convenes. I Alter burying tho thought of I Jurks< villo May 2I.--A now DIII; Wini-tim'H Siniplifted diction
"FloriJn hall developed with a points in Georgia. Sheriff Jon Jones of Baker county the veterans oliKt'nlGenotal .
I
diHbandmg, t
of being shipped away by express, a $ for state rOldio.! 3, between IIry
Donaldson rout
E. O.
startling rapidity: in the permanenttype I Mr. and Mrs. total of 1,116 crates being shipped said Wood male, no effort( toscope. M D. Vanc ('omman.ler.tll.hi..f Covepringt I Fifth Gra.lo !Pupil: Child's World. a
Mon. () Park and Green
here :
of constru :tiorl. In other! Lawtey, were visitors I Tomatoes aro beginning to come into (' lie p\I\'r.'n.lnrl..1. to Deputy and] tl1'n11'e him a rousing orange- has been soejrod, find 1 bill, I fifth Reuilor; Good English Hook
booms speculators had been con- t day. I the with indications Burnett who is ntatumi-d''' nt S,'nilerson. domonstmtiun in the WilY of apndc : Two; Tho MiiHtory of Word, Hook

tent with putting: up temporary I N. B. Cooper of Columbia, S. C., t shipping of cur: lot platform shipments starting Burnett was not nt Siimferson !' '< f f. I will bo asked for on thu link construction in the- (rno.: Il.iniiltofi'w RnHontial, of e
of this important
arrived Sunday, and will bo con. the .ime of the Hhoot'ijr; ; the next I Gradon, First
structures. choxei. Mnldlo
next week. Acreage planted to at Tan f>n was us in theniitr Anthmolip, ; F
resident iI i- 'I AU/intic CuBslul' highway
"The boom in Florida is not artificial I nected with the Seaboard's I tomatoes is reported heavy, and it but tipon his arriving there 'VIwe"t phone of meeting- future It woo: nnnounrod by I>'HHoim in American History; !

it is foi.iidud upon three engineer's office here. is believed the yield will be better to 'tam: nnd wua pl.u-nl'' under With tho stress! or routine bml-: chairman I P'ryo'n, New Geography| with F'lor.
I I'','. Foes A. IIlIth sway,
substantial basis, I.e.: i Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- than the average year. I nrrvrt. ness behind t'lem, the Confocicreto, I ,tda' Supplement! Buok.. One. y

"1. ClL.nte.. bothnm and baby of Maxville were I To handle the packing of tomatoes The coroner's jury failed tn determine legions laid l aside their cares tonight i hi-re-f Sixth Gruil: !Pupil: The Literary i
; \ilsitors here Monday. t1 criminal cause of the annual bull \ / I Good
2. Soil. I this additional I e und staged\ Ihoir road boI World Sixth Reader; Enu-
season, space routing of the -
"3. Short route to the world's I'I''V.. M. Austin made a business has been secured near the shipping lilling.: !.Sheriff' Jones stated thnt in the municipal auditorioam. I ween Tho Orange neat Pak and Green Covotarings lush. Book Two; Tho Mastery of

greatest market. to Jacksonville Monday. for his officers are rtimring: an in- It was an affair colorful and between \V..rI.ik, \ ; Two; Hamilton's( EsHontiAls 'I'
accommodating more mile
platform off fie -
will cut
"The boom has been going on for I Mr. nnd :Mrs E. Wilkinson spent workers in sorting and wrapping I \cntlgatlon Into tha: matter. gay, witll: many of tho mntrons these points, the chairman, I of Arithmetic, Middle! t I

10 years and each year it seems Saturday shopping in Starke. tho tomatoes brought in by the Wood is the :\'J>)h"w of Patrolman wearing the ante-bellum gowns! of fated.. The route writ carry th;,. grades: ; Primor nf Hygiene. ; Frye'ihigher '

to have a greater momentum than I farmers. This vegetable will be I R. I. \Vouil l, of the JurkHon-. their mother and grnndmot'iers.: : rond (trough Fleming,: island and J Geography with Industrial j jSupplem J '"
The questionis I in1 I I 'villa depaitnu-nt.i Poliicmnn, Wool The bop, skirts reeled, gracefully rot. 1 1
the previous year. and ,
I CREATION NEW i-arefully graded shipped
I WILL SEEK t ., (Hoi'tor's Inlet.
often asked: 'When will the market. 'went to S.indeson Saturday night over thetiters ran" room. tin im1 .i gray par i No hooks. will be! furnished by j'
refrigerator ears to I Dr. nathawiy spent part of yi-' t.
VEIIICI.IDEP'lENT: I
saturating point bo reached?' Each I MOTOR The movement of perishables is returning I tn" the city yesterday. a bit tir.atndily to the terdawith. Walter Mutklow, n; the state f..rCratps/ above the '.

this point has been predictedfor of Auto Driver in -- .strains of music popular before ant I .Hlxth ,
year Licensing Every reported as follows: nty 0'imminsioricr, \ of Orange Parkin .
the succeeding year, only to bo State Will Be Asked. I Irish 1 potatoes, 280 crates. :MILLER during tho war hrtwi-en the stiitci.lti't.wapi arranging rieh'uof-woy detail-, ---9 )
an'l 1 in'.crmizsionn" somo v<'t-;
followed fcy: n heavier building Beans, 1,110 crates. Miller: May 2H.-Mr.: and Mrs. : .; clI"i icranH (for tho Pntrariee uf thin" road into nru.DiNr; CONTINUES
\ Orlando, May 22.-Th<' creationof could bu heard, playing ACTIVE ,
development<: program. Cukes O'J!I crates. H.: B. Biolling, visited. their daugh. t the corporate limits tlf o rang" I s
in motor vehicle In while of their ci m- :
be no reaction a department fiddles tautly
will "
"There Squash, 218 crates.ftrawberries. Mrs. Pmholnter near Worthington Turk. Tho remaiad-r of tilt right-:
I ter, .. Tlie filling station for N. D.
be a tho State and the licensing of rude joined In. the old sq'L8r-'
tl ere may ev- .
while
Florida, as a : ; TJO crates. Sunday.B. f-way" hna been secured, the ehri'ir '
!i. completion,
automobile driver in the with dt bt.llos.Thit Wainwrlght: nearing 1
different points at some ery ( stato dance m" rn I
at
crates,
reaction Tomatoes 2 E. Drown was a visitor to titatj/ n for
but only the Lord will be asked. by the Florida Automobile I annual 1 tall is an affair to' and, will probably bu open OCT.viii I
future period Association. Beets, 25;) crates. Lnko Butler Monday.Mr. remcm'oiTeJ by the vet.rrannwho f'onxti'u>'tion on I fond No. :3 but ) around, Juno 1st. This> building, :
It decided l I.e
knows when" \ was Cabbage 2 crates : and :Mrs T. U. Waters ant 1 second only to t ivec'n teen, Cove Springs; und I''' i* n irodit, to both owner and, buildrr \. -
at a meeting of the board of re!* .rd it wS
I attended church at Mt. latka \l"Iu"It.r on twenty nilloi'if
family way and
200 BOYS .\:PARENTS: TO directors; of the necersary measures the grand parade in recounting massive In appearance
OltDI.US 10K EXTRA 1 I.nn.ll.
PLACE Zion Sunday, the highway, the rhnlrnmn sail I. I '
l IMMOKALEEMore : the reunions beautiful in di-xign.: 'II..
PICNIC AT to present them at the next sessionof their expniceces! at
I' the legislature. I COPIES: OF BOOST- E. II. Dou'rl.iss: mnde a trip toWorthington 'Caps was sounded and the names. l he lrol.s"lnl-\: \r lit a satisfactory. C. A. Futi'h is constructing a }
antI their : ER EDITION EARLY Monday.A Ttttr. A practically! new Iwation .
than :200! boy I of veterans w'.o huvo died durini+; garage: and filling station on the
wil pa.-ticipate in tho an- : There hu been such a big demand i surprise party was given: at the for thin r.,ad between these point'shas ( i : tho northern city i e
highway near
parents OVER TWO HUNDRED the \.'eru rend! at meincirinl I
past
Jf' :yam
r.unl Camp Immokalee picnic, to \ already for Extra copies ( the homo of Mr. and Mrs. O. V. | I SHIOII thus aft*rnoon. I )been secured), material shortening limits. This business. will bo ii e
the 53) WILL \DUATE AT tho booster number, those we aro Thursday evening: in the distance.
of camp last '
site Brooks ,
be held on the I More than G50: veterans have d:odin charge of A. A. :Mcnseroau.
miles southwest of Jacksonville: I COLLEGE FOR WOMEN: due to deliver to Individual adort.sers honor of tieir Jacksonvillj Among other build.ngs: nearing

Saturday, May 29. I I -- \ tho Starke and Lawtey Florida. A large crowd aatcnd-id Harry Rene VM reported. I. Dr. )Hathaway vis! 'ted tho boards of completion! are those of J. C. Hoover .
Students from All Sections Florida Chamber of Commerce city council time. commlnsionprs In Broward,
Games swimming, water sports and report a pleasant county the market building of F. Q.
and other amusements are to be ':'I And Many From Other States. etc., that wo believe that within Denzil t'arrizh made a business!l One who Wore the (;ray Hemingway bungalow fur C. L
now being I i a few days after issue there will Jacksonville one day last Southern aoldior, I
included on a program trip to Ha was onco a II' Peek) und other residences.!
division of 200 not be a single copy left. We take Then ho seemed to have the spirit
completed by the boys' Tallahassee May 2:> -Over I week. j of the cixtlcs, lung ago, -- r
the local Y. M. C. A, which organization \ candidates for graduation at the \ real I pleasure in this fact a..* the I I Fred Bielllng: was a visitor to> And he loved tile land called Dixie lie rosjoHsed in Je teryear. I Mr. and Mrs. Co, il hitch, ani

sponsors Camp Immoka- end of the 1025-28! term at the distribution Is what will count. I Gainesville one day last week. Where ho fought and suffered on; i\' Mrs: Harold Carpenter, of St. Petersburg

Ice. \ Florida, State College for Women ; Aside from thoso promised so W. L. Douglass was a visitor to Loved! to tell the deed of valor ;. One by one they-ro swiftly passing; were In town last w.-nk.

executive,, listed the institution' far to the above mentioned sources Butler Monday. 1 comrtdes brave and true, Noble boys who wore the gray- j
Fenner E. King, camp have, been by take of hia visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. T. RiHi.
arranged to have busses to con. \ management.: wo at present have still a good bal- .- How they strove to win the batik' And r.wthhks,: I see their leader : .
as to the who will re. ance and we want to see these also wro wore the As he hccons them that way. I I
n. not going |I The young women e s' a a s e aC From tho boys MSt.
those persons S lirevardcounties
These will, in the vartom, well! distributed. To outsiders, not/ ; blue. Soon, their ran'-(9 will bo completed,, Lucic Martin and\
their degrees Commerce
ve) in private cars. i ccive Starke Chamber of connection with right ')f
: : will be In
affiliated wrntho Wounls and nc
soars
the Y. M. Cleave all section of the business men or not '
in front of studies represent S met! every Thiifrtiv *-
camp .om 1! State Rond No. 4,
t. 'ng Saturday morning at; state and many from other parts several civic organizations that; night at the City How ho lived the dear old. South more way matters on ron
must brine: are supporting the venture, these cili/en or" When: thc;-"e ansvnrcd to the bus1 : the Dixie h rhvav( Construction }
United States. Kail. E\ery land
A. buiWk "artlcipants of the : .
J ch although lemonad.I Those to receive their degrees 1'I .. copies will be sold at the low pnjf S the town !exported; to be ', Loved the home for which he, 1 this rind will begin as m" m at

('r. 8 o'clock. k the grounds, bachelor of arts and in L. I. primary 10 tents per copy, less than i tf< a present. 8 o'clock. fous'it.Dimrnirg! : Joined the comrades gonG before, the various county boards have soanti /
their own lur'n \ this office t3 produce them ,, I I 1 t'io' nj'ht! ;, ofvnv desired'.. the
course far out costs a e e a e e and feeble fOltI : II .
eyes
professional e .
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will be served of RalforJ( \Va,!5'1 the other classes. A lurE! ,I I''irt'icr' we will he pleased to mail!I. I steps I Let us then bo kind and tend 'r i chairman said 'elt"rtRv.! Kffo: sj '

town Satur_ flvmber with regular I'' To thoso },err'l'lI c.f the past, are bmv; made Dr. i Hrthaway said
A. D. Andrews, o however, are included ii I the,,' for you our ,I Seemed! to vnrlsh, were es '
number list without extra oust to, TV-/ n --I 1 :Mrs. L. B Simpson amhlM'en Nolla Southland's fairest flower I 'ro cilia natn many of the curves in 1I
education mailing
the visitors science in .
among ... the bachelor of rf Crescent City, wet! naug'.t.: road 1 make it sob i
I winter'i tho to
,, fir if the names am ( of Can't withstand tho present
day who will gradualis : joi I postage When ho earl, the strains
er, Rut"non. ,_ Amore/ : those addresses! accompany the order tai i guest< of ".':e SIstnir.k and Futc!( I' blast. I and shorter for mo> rmt driving! '
Miss Iris Epper ,_ Dixie
of
"'e But t;, a Starke girl early'. C.-, 1 in: at their cottage at Kings Henrietta; Effirt Nelmj. to and from Eu>>t Coast cities. lr'
names
Charles II. Regb" tow!n son, who will receive her diploma ii\ copies. Bring in your lake Sunday. Heard that music sweet and clear I I
mobile tag inspector, of La* L. I. In Public School Music. Send one north. : ley a

ler, was a prominent visitor' tn

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.. .. .. n BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 28 192G tF
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-but h& owes m. money-more SENATORS: NOT FRIENDLYs r

money than he can repay at 4H'ee TO MAKING LOCAL OF. ;
Op.e iiilokr end! anyway. And the question team lr
I g. f: I to auk him for It-or not?" FICEItS DRY AGENTS I |

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Nan 1M not understand what be
w huusanda] to lie Given U. S. 1'0..t'1'I
I RUB\r meant. I t
u, M. AYRES t Sefton ulent'onl"Lyeter'ls : +
Strength of Enforcement Bureau $ v'
suffering from loss O. 'I +
ItFf l\ 111' UK TOnI \YI I nm treating hlrr. better 1 hI"lIIoryh" .."vn. ." (Quadrupled by Partnership Plan
IIII"'R'y
I ,'I'll: 1.1N'I'IIt I I : he lost' hi,, in ,ii i good rn.lnv people' night In !I "|11|K 'In low I dare you suggest I oosters
,,, in\'thing ..1"o hinlCtoll. May :LAn order
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I'' "IV I I"111 Hill1 >l k Utl (III' the Riiinn clrcunwtam \\1t11 re i I I I'a ay
A>, 'I"i.,in I,'i .rot, I'I'1 i .n. n'(inn tti.. Kind" 'lo Ly"l..r"I -" j VPIV ".II.| (then he I I.* nut with '. by ('r<,,,hll'nt Coolidge niithorlzinir
I '''d"at I" fri.ni I 10'.11" In falls to
rpoN -
the of which '
other ( I told ,
-.IHO.
",,. ilont\ wish to IlKli-n/ to \lu-I you the appointment of stale, county
N 1N 'IlCnny, thi- .-,IKtowhnmn : hull. ."vnoirn.. I Ijlnu- ilun'l' bet:eve | In my mlml t um n.itiniilly rather
,,,, 'brrdla. rah. "ii+.. .1 I I ,i.mi :.na,, rite my fither over hniroived, n penny, NUHIiii'lnii' I mot. L'Ht..r yesterdayb.n and muniripal, police as Federal
f 'I'mini, Nin h.. ,elut, n.d I In. fiMmou In his liTe or from anybodyCi.t | .| the I r.'inl. and ho il'.l! not know rr.aibitiol"fticl'r! <' wan mailo public -
1'II" i ,III.tin,.tl.lN inn' IH mill 111 i.iuiii w'.t, I I me." llo HhriiKRoil his. shouMxrs.I I I today at the tnmrry. It al'ous",1inllucdiate ]
>.\ I ;SI>" 'OTT, wli.ise himtiiml Sun faced him proudly but.. her I ..ll-h," i>"''es inn money If ho and bitter in
t. 'i e.'t.hng i H fen II\H) In Ijiiriilonii hunt wan besting" with unformed hnn tuHt hit memory. he hue probably opposition
t ii'io.. Nut ""t."."IH I frnr forgotten! that ho owoi me the arnate. t
HIM' 1:1 vMISol I I
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... Ivier, who Inf..a.inn. her Hint nnVeriili lieM'lii'luiK series' nhniRKe, hits shetld"rs"Vvey : money This. la what I wished to I|j Its constitutionality was attacked ', ,
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n fi-.. HUH ut the home ask your advice awut-am I to let
\vvll-go und ask him-I l by both Republicans and Demo-
;' hlH,' uulineil m,",ir and' Hint him 1107 It rents with you" I I
t ,, i r In "' nlt'' him, Nit li 'nl,',,, wilt come with: you. If you like"llo I I Ito had moved closer to her. again untie Senators and the order itself I
a i Ar'WIt' ulster nii.l + stood ns'ln from the d or,
tuo, illlenllinlH of nnnoyi.il by opened It. //Inllnk.1 her. "\\'1'117bit" now: hU head was. craned forward I was made the subject of a fiery and AUCTION
d.r'II.MU.KY, uriTOV: : n money loml- II we to and auk him," In a peculiarly a whn has lain \iiitinir, her Nun fell bark from him '
funer Seftmi" hoe mm, .', mo In vlBit :o.n. said Nan tor Bruce Democrat, Maryland. .
lien Ito toll her lint although Her! courage st med to have do 1 don t know what you mean
Hiami tiler were. Ki.'nt' frli Prier Allot to r. i-ouili-n' him when' I liuinho.1 unpleasantly" douse on May 8 and was. issued. in i
they met "'ii the ,n.,,,i.,1| 'narbt .
isms fmm' hits a.IMIM..'n mull Nan h" '!! !! ill think you do. Ho-vover. per.lutes the absence of Assistant Secretary''
hrcomre nroim.'it R 11.1 ln.llcilli.a Ilia, It ,Is rather early days yet for
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her father I I.* hits debtor and. thi, )I ItjpI'/ :vo to explain I, seeing that this I. Andrews, in charge of prohibition
Peter oleo o\ten hlnl a great mini only I ho third l time we have met." enforcement upon whose recom-
<>f moiu :Nan; lui, ''''ni,'
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and cries "ll''* n .lie, n Ito." eiiraiz'.j I I tie to ik up his hit and the riding- 1 mpnilatlon It was drawn.

l'iOW' Go ON WITH Till; STORYOEFTOX whip"1| wish front, you the good tuhlo.day" he said. I'' Whilo ready to take prompt advantage Big Celebration All Day hasa has hase

laughed sneeringly ''i The gate creaked protestlngly she : of the order, prohibition

O 'l ou're ft plucky champion," shut it.( and then all was alien**. I officersvere not prepared to anluuinco a
he nnld The more Nun stood where he "hud l left lor. to what extent they would i'',
so ere the mnn her hands, grasping the back.! I '' 1'F'
authority'
avail themselves of the
foil ore ilffcmllng Is nothing\ to Shu. felt' lut If tho ufta had been
loon
tQu.' a hn,I rtrwim. I to almost qunrdruple the strengtH I : ::

He watched her closely am he.poke No onder tin, Iw-yn had, not heed" I of tho enforcement army. It was .
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Seftun, ; no wonder hot own Instinct indicated, this would be left in largo I i
8 and It
sere him a sort of l hail warneJ hor ogiilnst hUn.And I
atUfoctlon/ / to see tho color die from .t.ri 0Zf\ her father and Peter both! meat liretr> local administrators.Some '

kor face, to see the proud poise of f owed him inon .y'* I. Stale Exempted FLA.
\ STARKE.
ker bend falter."There \ "1 don "believe ill" ,1'... said "1011"-. States which have laws prohibiting I
; "A nan '!ke that wiuld: ear aarlhln their officers from servingthe If
are some peop'e whom onWands : I lon t believe it'!"
Instinctively from'such a She begtin mechanically: to ,,1p'\I' government would be exempt ]

loan as you," site} torted."l I wonder I sway the too Uilnio.: !She' carnet from the order. and it was explained
you are not ashamed to 'stand there IL them out I I'; the llttlo mall who WM'atriilniiiif that in the orders. local officers i I .a

and tell such abomtntbla 11... MrLystor to rood n riove'itt"her ryes! then by the she twilight oirodIhn would bo employed only by mutual

la nothing to me any more, I kid. door anti went out Into the I I consent and that the 'normal comI'I
"'t-" tln..n.! I pulsation" provided 1'1"0ably'

fi fton laughed. It was not dark yet A &breath! oftoI | would l be $1 a year, a government
: all ,\,,'reth... (ices ant tinned
"Or Is It that you are nothing; toattmT" ( salary which came into vogue with i iI
Nt N'a n s hot face I II
he asked Insolently. The wore' S"ftn"t,H hurt e!oken to I the World war.Commissioner.
Kan's eyes blajH psvOh. her bui.'iej her hinil No man had Jones explained I THURSDA JUNE 3rd

If I wer e *mien I'Ahr h she' rtue.t 1'0 'I before. I that one purpose of the order wouMI .
you within Injr'of' your *1 "Am I i "/*.J Ire n..r. t.... ii I\C.I,' of
an let him ? It
life to
t go -injon lr ,"". my life. she f H: .,..,. I be to permit officers to ignore city ,
Mid puelon.\tl Iyj-To'd.C."" to comfcere .. rests with !you," .ell, tret'i"i'/if' "Whnt has liapponeJ i I county and state lines in pursuing (

i and offer me your friendship netted her. though she did not showIt to in '>"' I dry law violators. Another, ho
and th.n Insult'me i.K. this"' aha Pno be I "vor'. !..-11 atrai.1 rn no 'nil'l
waa afraid of this man; ii wu to bring\ about a
BAs walked past him to the to tier father n"dcli Mm what hrt loseuretl
door. seemed to her that there was some (1 i between the federal and I ,
8 fton watched her underlying motive In all he was saying .rr me this' D\'vu Jove I
CWhat in her heart .:'e knew knew tint j forces. 1
are you going; to do? he ;-that he was just leading up loa ; |
t suud. point which hud been forming; In though! ,Khs had called Sefion: a 1 1o\I. Almost immediately after the 01'I I|
1 em going to fetch my father and hla mind aver since their meetingIn and refused to ho'irra' what I 1'\1 !:. 1 dor was published, its constitution I
Mk him to turn you out of toe the train. sold"' rnvililnc, bed told hor that
kouse,1* .b. answered. he had spoken Iho trvih ality came under attack from Sena The State Co.
SeCt on shut the door again. and Realty
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Safton laughed. walked over to the fireplace. Nee had never !* n on .1'I'.ct't'I\t. tors Got Republican West -- t
Do. by all means; but I'm afraid term wtih her father ia, a former assistant Virgin-I
..) won't obllre you" "Will you listen to m. for a mo Sh'i' knew that, no matter howdieHy ,
Tbere was a note of certainty In m.nU" he said presently Ho did 'livoteil! he m'gut boo hewould | eral; King Democrat Utah ii I''
fcto voice that arrested Nan' attest not wait for her to speak ha went never make s confliMnte (f i member of the senate judiciary

( DSL She looked back at him.t on: her.And I comnvttee; and others. I Will Sell at Auction
aeftoa was lining over a chair "Many a man .gets Into difflcaltl new the menacing: "curo ofIlarlry I .
lack, tapping the heel of his boot through no fault cf his own. There Eefiv. hold .te|>ped 'In KEYSTONE PAVING PROGRAM -
Wtb a rldlnr-crop he earrtod. la no disgrace In getting Into difficulties Whit had, ho meant \-hen he HI :i GOING AHEAD I
-Ton will nnd your father would as you would know. U you 'that It rested wish her v'hcti! ..'t or !
'Wa1te17 prefer that I remain" be had seen the ruin brought cheat by : no he asked. Peter ti repay the Keystone Heights May 26.-The
I coolly.i this accursed war as I I Hive lour money L* had bo-rowedT paving program, planned earlier in
..'.i blue eye searched his) face; father has bean-unfortuualal I nm 1 Nan I Lad not the faintest U.. I carried out with I
U being
..be caught her breath.I telling; you no more than the truth, sirs w..:ii suppose you wlU be telling m. Miss Marrabr. when I say that 1 aa.llIrtd<:n racking her brains f :i | out a hitch. I'I ;;
MM that my father owes you money have eaved him from absolute ruin s "-110"1.: Sidewalks along East", Lakeviewhave ;
.. well.. aba said He Ica weak man-but I euptwe Wh.t b4 h. meant ly Muting been completed with the exception I I nice Lots close to City Hall. Don't fail to attend ,
|.. eon would be no most than tb. you know that. I advanced him thai Peter wej a"ln.7-sho r of few feet to
Nye be answered.Bs money which would tld. Mm over a m.."....""" her o..n debts=: and: fat a
b ) raleed blmseU suddenly from temporary embarrassment lall. : tabbed! tier hit.uhe limits. Cross streets running into I 11 this Auction and buy Lots at Price.
.Mi Vtoopbur po IUon. and cro sing ." :; reached I". g...e. and f h" ,1 Fast Lokexiew Drive are likewise, your own 1
," room. to where she stood. Nan looked up then-her eyes were mnfrent leaned, over It. Incktia" ; awn. being improved with new sidewalk. I I
.Mretoaed a band above her bead and fierce.: the real la;: the village Beyond. whrr in front of the Woman's ) Farmers put truck in Lots! ,
t Grading your money
that the door. -At a hucdrad par cantr ofec a few :!'t.h twinkled fetnily. thruugltte < ,
fcJXooe: ...... Mlse JoI.l'NbyIt.. asked cuttingly. darknee Club building has been completed.|
jgmt soore teattr. "I'm not out to That U beside the point" t.. "n. Pert' What was he J"hi'. rowT Sidewalks wil be laid j j jvery xe
I wtth ywo-I admire you more wared. "One has to pay for assistance Jealousy /rnoll'.ier! ros, agsln near future. Work to improve{II
i may wx aaa lye m.tInallmy nowadays But with regard In her mine: Arnott Md said that. started with tho I 11
....s- to Lyster ." the waj one of l>i, tetl- .Jpp.'flg this street was
-Ifaak 7'OG.eaI4 Xaa furiously. She sprang to her feet. i'e'.vr f.l tn like her and Ih-,. i,' acceptance of the new $6,000 build. H
r admiration la aa honor which "I refuse to dlacuaa Kin with yen lo.v her leg the building committee of thd I I
.0 WttbMtt.. -I rafuaa to allow his name M b. Viconcc.iou/! flngeird toe Woman's Club. \ lr
.. .Had. mentioned. Ton prel.nded to k. a ring which: she woeat her neck; the ; .
a'R, two Jet R ra at that. Too friend ot JaU.-M. bed al.<.bys felt list .". rot eounini In the west section of the city
11IIII tae tar SXMM reason. but Ha raJMd hla brfw .* I :'1'..... uui-b.rng.lt.! but onixnt; I It left improvement of the streets borderins i Free Band Concert All Day
yea that I cad be a vary I "U Lyster has plATed the tame key ro'O. on and adjacent to the FloridaChautauqua
..... ,.. &D4-.IIour tamII. ba must ban mid you wal* I *..." V.iw cot no pKick. my ctrl grounds has been I Ir j ,.
lea es1V. w... at> basin-. ha _Id.. "Lyeter. la a ....y average .h.loM kfrself p..icly. Bite <.1.1'h"'-l I section' I! I t'i'
.drpys-amt. womee wan though I Ktt a&pact 1 v.o bow hen!. on toe COM Iron51K. ...tat ade. Other streets in this
t"1 I-bs. na what you' '.1'. convince yew that *>. U. Iwi'jr-e Yea me topof the "gate im t-., iiiiii; are being improved as rapidly as Free Lots to Winners ,
V sa tatmta.ata aawlb. knew him he want n. |.MM vary her soft ttf.h.Nao the contractors can do the work. Lucky
y.r a&Mr ... aol bostowt.g I.mach .. the avaaawa snaa with toUaa -.Via One ft the boy I .
Amass h. wtmld' ba borrow. to steady him *ee* *o Ik* tra.sot 'ee.r04! fra tl>e &.V* bbtr4 Lcr.A |I, SIX CANDIDATES SPEND
... tlwr.baly ... and I I m sjoarralUc eta Mn **,. flkatVi c 0. G..rlswrrii STATE TOLD

I Tallahassee 2869.83-A total of $$2,860.-! Free Cold Drinks to All 'i

HAMPTON : ':-xstine !at Friday. 11\I\\"e cnto-eJ the special excursion !S3 was spent by six candidates for j .1
Mr and Mrs. P. B. Hunt were Ticket ll'om"il'it'lnia and .1I
season. offices, according to stat Ham 1"11. M \ J< The Ftrat state '
Bapttat ,'\Hlr i .f Hampton, as. the tr\e tof their daughter Mrs. I the Carolina will be !good for ten menu of expenditures, filed with ''I 1'I

I nonihUM I M .inference May 23rd.otod S. :M 1. Si.;i. .ons, of Sparr this vroek.Tho days. The round trip cost i i. less the secretary of .state in accordan..e : "
three 01.1n, of Mr. than the straight fare and .'".
\ for the SunJty ichoo! to year passen.i I with the state law. 'I .\.
rnn\'1wth, the WnMo Su t )anoho.l >' and Mr a. Moultiy Rd ('rt:. of Jackonillo. i:'ers are handled on special I trains, Thomas: A. Yon. of Tallahassee, .11"

at \\.tiitn, rext Sunila> M.i I >. > ;. little Morris Roberts leaving for Florida on certain ,I topped the list with Jl.130.26.:! Yon Merchant will have
sale
Every
the 0th: at 10 n. m. ,!red in Jackson": last Saturday dales. Pulrian! : accommodations are is a candidate for Congress from a special for the I

May 22nd at 9 a. m. The remainswere available, and baggage is checkedthe
t Mi.see H"tl10,1\ Bessie aaxtrell: !! the third district. \
nron''nir! n foeck with entered in the city ct'n't't'r.1 same as on regular tripe The The other statements follows: I day-.-See Newspapers. Come out, tell the world ,

th'irI*in. Mrs. Thomas Fletct.or. last Sunday at 4 p. m. The funeral.errices only difference, of course, i I. the \. C Adams, West Palm Beach, ."

.l yuim\ On were co'iductjsl by Rev. I time limit and the lower rate.J. state senate, thirty-fifth senatorial l about Starke and Bradford County. Celebrate for
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Kenjamin of Jacksonville.The .
Greene W. Jamison district passenger
C. A. Rirt and l fAmily were the district, 3350. '
guests. of Mr''. n.rt' father.V. family have many friends here I| nirent of the Seaboard at Tampa, i C. A. Boyer, Orlando state attorney the New State Roads in. ,,

r. Rirt of Louise last Sunday.! who extern their sympathy to announced yesterday that the first I seventeenth circuit. $34. l I coming

Bo!on Johns anti Nathan Halls them. I I Seaboard excursion lr(1m"irrinil\ R. A. Green Starke. representative .

arc the \proud cartitee of a 1pound -- Mrs. Benjamin Crichlevr, and and the Carolinas: would be operated in Congress second district I
i'hllII'\'n. of Jacksonville, were visitors H. This will enable travelers -
May
trout caught( i'ut of Lake $451.41.
Santa Ke tUs week. here last Sunday. I to lea\e home over the Memorial R, L. Eaton Monticello. railmad l I Let the world know of Starke and its Railroads j

J Miss Klmo s v'arkman, of Bn\n- Mr Uome Ogden, left last Fri. I av holiday, and the ticket commits:o.ier. Group I, 930.

ford i ic ti.e cue.t of her aunt Mr*. day for Pompano where he will ''will be rood to return passengersto State Roads Farming Center Trucking Pos-
friends and! relatives.Mrs. midnight 36.J. ,
visit by ,
W. B. ROHT thi" we( k.Mr their starting. point B. Johnson Live Oak attorno t

4 and .Ire. II. B. Tocplos werebusircx T. E. Oof f man and children I June 9. Points in south Florida! to ? general, $215.ftrpovcrs : ( Conditions and
\i itors vo Starke List who have "been visiting Mrs. Coff- which the first Seaboard }low rate I sibilities, Prosperous willingness to ;E
man's Mr. Mrs. B. R. Auburn- point in FloriJ1:
Saturilay.S. parent and trip will apply are Tampa. at any

R. Johns and family were the, Johnson left his week for Marcus, 'ate' Avon Park. arh\w. LakeVal. south of Jacksonv.lle. going. or re assist new comers. '

guests! of B. J> .ma and family" la?!; Ga. where they will visit rela. \ .,,,. Bra'ienton.! Manatee. Orlanuo turning.:. ,
i 11\'''_ Palmetto, Winter haven Se- G
Saturday.A. RENEW YOrR HE.I.TIIBy.'rmFiCATIOoi
A. PurJtf'i and family and! llW R.\TES;; KrFCTED* bring, St. Petersburg

Mr' '. V. t.
traitors! to Gamoivillc\ last S\II1 nl'ity.'I 1 SUMMER TOfRlSTSl terminus of the SeaboanJ." nun]! "Perfect Pur.fication: of the System -

1 K.W.. B Kick, of \\"al.lo I trip rates to the!' Florida! points will 1 ill Nature's foundaton of Perfect -

prt>oa>cJ at tho Baptist church: : \ l < One Way Rate Effec.lite he .2.;. The same tariff will ap- Health." Why not rid yourselfof

lat S-mU>' rwmirjj and eveningMr ; From Virginia. and Carolina I p':>' to ticket sold at Norfolk.' Suffolk chronic ailments that are under- By STATE REALTY CO. OwnersBaird

and "I" J. C. Stonifer, ":. and Tetenburg. There U a' mining your vitality? Purify yourentire ,

M.mphiTi>nn.. are the guests o,! Tan'.r-i. May :23: : ,-Low rate puton I *hcht grading on North Carolina' system by taking a thorough

Mrs, Stonifer's broth, J. I. WiVMrs by railroads! epuratirg into Florula : j I' ticket, the round trip rates from i course of Cal"Ubs.nce weeki or nd twice*e*
several -
I F.al egh being $21. Charlotte! $:ri.en. .- a week for
,.am. are expected, to being. thousands > rewards you with
Nature
B. H. Lcflin, of JackaOt' of per ors Ve-. diVr the summer : ( ; Hamlet. *IS. Monroe' S21' : W I.i I. how health. & Williams Aucts. Hoover Futch Co.

i*" \ ;-,-ttirf lor mother Mr a*'>,' ,'.: "e t.' iiformation received i mincton.: $20< CaloUbs are the greatest of all Agts. \

i, \" Kn.cht this: wpek.M \ here b>' railroad pa aongcr I 1 The round trip from Columbia 1 system. ro *1- Get a family

-,.. J. L. Wilanu: : and daugh official I will bo 11': ; C..arleton.: S1550: package eorUinSns full directions t'

R "h an.t Mr. rrd! Mrs. Stonitic 'r Both the Seaboard! 1 Ar: Line and i i Georgetown 117: : Cheraw. IIS. rrlce 35 cts: trial package 10 eta. <
Atlantic Coast will ; <. At drug store. (Adv.. .
r 8t,1 historic-*! scenery a t the Line already I EXCUTSK.D tickets pernut any -
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MAY 26, 1928
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PARE THREE t '

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xr- --- front The roof of the Elks home i
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was partly blown off. Walls of the ZIFFZiff o'clock p. m, s ,

Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph I Train building under, construction I r. i2rs :May 28.---;Mm. Howard and.I I Preaching at 8:00: p. m. :_ ,

s I caved in urder the high pressure .>f .1lh -und, Gid; and l daughter' )Kllen:) of Midweek prayer service Wed.nesdny : I ?
: Sax:()() p. m, t ; ,
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the wind. The light,: and, power >m.iiiv Fairbanks, attended church belie ,
.,t) v" pim.'d' light. wires d"i'I I'lllllV., You are Invited to tho above sor- \ / rib

Live State News I Several reside..i-es wI'r"h\ ;. t tI I; J \) 711J Trio! )' I'yal' of Graham( was /aitor VII( OH,. .J' .

dmag.d. So far UK is known n" i r J j1 in I this -' 'lion Saturday.
MID waR "Urt or killed. Vl&ue Mr. and Mrn. I.V., )Uynl, of F'Oa OVER ; .
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I Graham, spout the week-end herewith ,
BradentonHotel in
TOLD BY OUR operators
EXCHANGES 1
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I this city have Agreed to guarantee relativea.MoBBrs. 200 YEARS "t

advertised rates for next seal'on,1' -'bainr tha Confessions John Hroxkon, and :Mis. "
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-fl--- i the Bradenton chamber: of com- of a nsw urifeI.ET1TIA .... Coraine Honors, and :Mrs. Minton., ,Uaartcm oil has been nti,
Alachua-Alachua City will not was!! revoked by Judge John Pea- nierco of acting guarantor joint-1 i a world. ,

get the new school building thU I cock, acUng: in the petition of the j j Ily with the hotel men. It is reported lJ1..t..w. Paul tikjys4a1.e? ">f Palatkii, spent Sunday here with .wide remedy for kidney liver and I -
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:Mr. and,! :'olrlII, Howard. : blai't'sr"
;, year, the hopes of the citizens for ,| Florida Real Estate commission that this action is the first i disorders, rheumatism "

this much needed educational plant The petition resulted from a complaint I':i (definite step taken by hotel Interests ...-. Quito a large coed from hero :lumbago on J uric acid conditions; I!',;' ,

being crushed by the deafest of fied: by T. L. Deen, also of : in tho state to tell the truth )j spent l Sunday afternoon at Hampton ,'

the bond issue in an election just UoLand. I,'about Florida. And that even if BARES HER CLAWS I ly I tacky felts justified in my righteous/ H"' l'h.l'UF.8B'TEIU.N. I r OlD'' Mr::!> ; )
held. "I
guests have a wild urge" to spend "
Orlando-Members of the city I[ Letitia was looking up nt Cur- indignation over his suggestion and HAARLEM OIL ,\
certain I '
I they cannot go over =
Polk City-No tine has been lost' commissioners voted to purchase money published rates, :Is expected to tis3, her face tip-tiltol and con<1ue-1 it was dome time before ho\ con- I': .:IiJ tmx '
rilllRCH SERVICESSunday )
J. II. Addison! of two 160-acre ': tish. i vln\'e'.lme that he had only wanted ,,
by Contractor tracts for the establishment prove popular tide: winter. i|correct Intermit trouMrs" ,..Imtilnte!vital .
Polk City in starting work on the of city tracts. The total "You didn't tell Sallie\ did you I to save ;mo the annoyance and 1 1I i organ Three sizes.All UniKKints. Insist

!r new $10,000 grade school building 'consideration is 172,000.. One THREE KILLED WHEN CRANK sho continued: apparently 1"1 I trouble school at ]10 o'clock a. 81'1 j I'n I the original uenuitie Goi_o MEDAL. I II "f'

here, for which! he was awarded tract borders on Lake Underbill.:": I II HITS HIGH TENSION WIRE and enjoying tho discomfiture In the dream album of every girl I'rpnrhinKnt 11:00: o'clock n. m. I|, _

) which disclosure causing, thero is a picture, sometimes faint Intermediate Endeavor :
the contract recently. Work is being was purchased on a 20j was I' Society nt MAN:

it, rushed as rapidly as possible. I,j installment plan while: the other is ': Sixty ThoiiHandult< Current Fatal "Nope," replied Curtiss "I and again, in many cases, quite 2 p. m. 'j i I SLEEPS EATS LIKE LOG t

I near Orl Vista, a development on j: To A. 1.. And Rotes LambertAnd }haven't' seen her long enough to reveal and again, in many cases, quite Senior Endeavor Society at 7 I|I ANYTHING'I: ''I I,

Ocala-Fire this morning destroy the Winter Garden:" road, four milei .M. W. Rcurdon, Others all tho deer hidden secrets of I definite, about the sort of rugs, I|I "After taking( Adlerika I can ,; I I
"
ed the Ocala( Citrus Exchange and from here Shocked.J. my wild life during our separation, chairs, tables, divans and bric-u- I eat anything and, sleep like a log.( I

the Knight and Lang warehouso, I I .w he tried to make light of the con. brie she wants for her own i had gas on the stomach and couldn't! ,, "I

causing: damages estimated at $;;0.. I Palmetto-Watermelon shipments D. and algae. Lambifrt, who vernation but Letitia was deter nest I myself had many ,'10v"1 OH! MY BACK! keep food down nor sleep." (signed) 1

000. Twenty new automobiles, the I will be started after the tomato were operating/ a drag line crane mined to pursue tho subject."I : ideas about furnishings, K. C. Miller ONE spoonful Adler.

:property of the Ocala Motor com- season, which will close in three grading for the double track of the never start anything I can't carried out, would make our little Aching Backs' Make I Life Miserable ika removes GAS and often brings) I

pany, stored in the warehouse were weeks. While the crop will be less Coast Line between Trilby and finish," sho laughed flippantly and houso distinctive and 'different For Many Stirke Trnplo. surprising relief to the stomach. .
'
burned. than last season, the quality is I I I scoured the furniture shops in Stops that full, bloated feeling. Often ; t
( of bravado
'room, and M. W. Reardon, her voice rang with carefree .
It Isn't
right to suffer day in and brings out old 1 pq
waste-matter
,
I' much better and satisfactory prices I Ocala, a Coast Line freight engineer so I'm going to tell Sallie. You town but their offerings were too, day out with dull, unceasing back. you never thought. was In ,

Fort Myers-Nell Shipman, mov- are expected. The first cars to were instanly killed shortly see, the other day when I saw Cur. stereotyped to consider.! I disliked ache. Or be utterly tniHi, >rabl with' ti-m. Excellent: for chronic your conutlpntion. sys- f" '

ing picture star, author and direc- move from this section wil be from after 7 o'clock Friday morning, as tiss for the first time since the did intensely anything that matched sharp stabs of pain whenever you''|I Sold -

tor, now in La Coruna Spain, has the Parrish district, which will\ be I tho result of the boom of the crane days in California, I was BO thrill-'': exactly or pieces that camo in setsor stoop or lift. Hut chances are you Store by Mitchell's Drug 'f ;
Hill suffer these achesand
announced that after two months, ready About June.TnllaasseeTho. I' 'lluits"--11'1 the salesman callod, tormenting < b' ty
coming in contact with the 60,000 ed! over seeing him again, that pains HS long as Join weakmcdhiilneys
of touring and study in Florida'sa : | volt high tension line of the Florida threw my arms about him and kissed !!' I the heavy looking groupings which, are neglected. You limy I.I II 0.Ai
"motherhood," she Is prepared to :: Lake Worth to me, were absolutely depressing. have' headaches, loo, spells ol ,di//.i I Inihs i I .
.
I Power Company, three and a half ,! him without thinking Louise t..t..........
novel with Flor- Construction of Lake ,, ,, Then t" ..
write a complete Company I wanted everything in our homo and urinary d li orders 4
miles north of Trilby: Bradley and bunch of the boys ,,
a
Ida as the bac'lround.BartowSomething: i Worth, has been awarded tho contract | to have its own character and individuality use I loan's 1'111.)!! a Hluiiulant dun I HARVEY JU, SNYDEK x (
] .
1! for clearing, grubbing and I J. D. Lambert was the regular who saw me have never censed ,, L'tic to the kidney. -<. I:i'vnhees, i>f |I i i i 'i Js! i
new was in-I operator on tho crane, but was in. kidding me about it either. Why, I! with n sort of poetry 1 :Stnlke; people' pii> f the 1II."t" of I!
: drainage structures on 11.2 miles i I''in even the smallest chair nod iloan'h. Mortician, Sturke. Fla. t I It
crim-I by of broken what's the mutter Sallie? ['orHeaven's ,
jected into proceedings of the lof capacitated reason a \i.
State Road No. 3 between I "
San- tablo.. ;31rs. :M. I.eviton, ( Inii.x hiuetujs ', t
inal court of Polk county in tho ford and the Orange county line, I i hand, and his brother is supposed sake, I believe you'repeeved. : "I 1 luul an iitliiCK ol lame Member of Florida Funeral : I

hearing of Ronald Walker, chard: lit was/ announced at tho state real i j to have been handling it under his You don't really mind. do I At lust I came cross a decorating back that was very annti" > iiighen' :t Director and Embalmers As. t '' i +;
with drunkenness and also tho l supervision. Reardon was killed, i )'ou1" company which was in competition I atteiiipltd' I to. stoop. 01' int. 1 felt t _
department today. I I to Ijctitia Evans It was owned tired. /mill languid I"". I used, a soeiatlon.[ 4i i
full of Bib. I when, after seeing the burning Her face the
theft of two suitcases | was tempermental
(box of, I loan's, 'v. |I'ils,[| alul I lu-.v,, rid 4
les. After some deliberation, Walk I Avon Park-Avon Park will bodies lying, on the ground, he stopped I us a May morning ever-charmin; 1 by a Frenchman who was an me of the iiiiini'iit., I re.. ju, ,iiiltd, PHONES I-m

er pleaded: guilty! to drunkenness make an offer for a row community his train and ran to their res- in its expression. Now to all out l I artist and who did l not attempt to ,ill it l "eromnii'lulin' ; Mich. +a \voithy" I I t I,.
force Day-1 Night 69-W) I .\ 1
while -
and the chage of stealing the Bibles l recreation center site this we'!k, cue. I ward appearances she was sorry opinions on me making .1111'.1) to olllels 1

was nolle prossed. Approximately 100 citizens hespon-i There were no eye-witnesses to for a min.lemeanor and,! her wholo my selections (;.lie;, at all OIIIIIH.' Fosl.111.i ; it With DcWitt C. JO M ,
I I I I For days I revealed in hand- but o. Cu.lfl"s., ; ., 1nil'.no, N. Y. tU t
ding to the call! for a meeting last the horrible accident, but from the I manner was one of absolute dejection
Lakeland Declaring that A. TI. I II |I blocked linen for f
night authorized: the chamber of.j observation of persons who visited draperies, lovely

Wilder, sheriff of Polk county, I I, commerce and the city I,',I the scene shortly after the accident, I !" answered! shaded rugs of solid, soft-toned 3! .
governors "Certainly not I .
j .t.FO ft+t.t t+.Ii !"!.tot ,
threatened him with a revolver in j it would that I colors, old chests, Renaissance tab "!"ar+F> F ,
council to advance $2,000 as :a I I appear they were en. quickly, "please don't think I'm :t .
Sam 11. Karaj j les. Florentine desks and l
a personal quarrel, antique
j binder the site Icr discussion. gaged in turning the crane around "
on un I II I that old-fa hinoed. But I hopeJ !I
bee editor of the Lakeland Ledger candelabra.For, .
. when the long boom struck the I :
that voice did, not reveal the :
ti published today a full statement I I II !I my my dining room I selected
Indian Rocks-One of the new wires, which parallel the railroad resentment I felt towards this I

concerning an altercation yesterday developments under way at Indian track, not more than 30 feet from girl, who was the first Curtiss had a refectory table, gracefully long Forrester & Carmichael :li
which resulted in the Polk county and narrow, the pedestal being of)
I Rocks!! is New Haven beach, a I tho new grade. The wires are supposed kissed! since we were married. The
officer receiving a wound hand-wrought iron and tho board
peace subdivision located near the old Indian to be erected on poles not future might hold\ many such episodes

over his ]left eye. I beach bath house. E. B, Bush less that 30 feet in height, but it ill as Letitia had just related of black marble There were two
I 1- > head of Raid that in looks I low benches entrancingly carved Authorized Sales for
Fort Laudordalo-Six rum-run. the Bushee securities! places it to be but none could bring the heartbreak fJ I II. t'
for either side and two tall and
Wing boats four prisoners and investment corporations is in only about half that height. Owingto of his first abberration.
stunning chairs for the two tall
more than 1,000 sacks of liquor charge. the crane being on a bed of very |"WelI, I don't know, some wives
hostesc. These done in old CLAY AND BRADFORD COUNTIES
dry sand the time, a groundwas I were
at poor
tho coast guard are so unreasonable about their I. ,
by
were captured Green Cove Springs-Plans to mado and for this reason the gold parcJime'it! tho backs enlivened It,,1,1f
.' patrol CG-243, between Ghoul and hu.bpndH-especially when lhey'regood.lookingl" ,
bring every citizen of-thc county safety switch at the houseon with Spanish emblems of myrj
power She concluded smiling -
miles south !
J Snapper Creek, sixty I into the membership of the Clay the Withlacoochee river, below IIntl j shades. A narrow console, with:
t I at Curtiss. I''
according flatteringly
of here Thursday night, up f
chamber of have top and brackets of black marbleI
county
commerce Dunnellon, was not thrown, andit i, \
out coast guard felt and more uncomfortableand PONTIAC'rt
to word given at | been more ordered 1 for side of
recently arranged and a drle was some time before word could one the entrance
The and liquor I shall always be grateful to
base here men
today.
it Is announced Is in of niche in tho f
preparationto bo sent there and the curent cut a rough plas.tereil
I were taken to Miami yesterday. Salsby Crawford, who came up '
bring ..bout a 100 per cent mem. off. waIa! would l hold l a dell ,
just at that time and asked, me to '
West Palm Beach-W. II. Bur- bership, according to F. O. Clark of Immedaitcly after the accident, J, danco. I'I Robhia that had been stolen from AND

well ,of :Miami,( was elected district Long Branch, newly: : elected president S. Lambert, a brother of the two Going home later in the car I a Cathedral in Florence. Tho draperies

governor of the Florida division of the chamber. dead! men, attempted to rescue their I realized that an inferiority com I would l h r hun!!; from old-blue ,
I
I bodies, and knocked down by wooden poles from huge wooden)
of Lions International shortly was '
Fort Myers-Oliver :Morosco plex held and bound me when I :
r before noon here today. Miami was producer of theatrical: attractions, the current, but managed to get was in the presence of I.titin'' rings. OAKLAND
selected the convention site for I away without serious injury, by experience |' For tho bed-chambers unfinished, ",
as This indeed)
Evans.
who lies close I deals for the erection was a new
held in 1927. i, catching hold of tree close by. pieces were selected and, decorated i
the convention to bo of a big p'.ayhovse: in Tampa, a because I had, always had 1
The convention closes here today. 'I '' A flagman on the Coast Line | to suit my fancy. I persuaded. t SALES AND :1
in
will visit Fort Myers early next' a full share of confidence my j SERVICE I ill
freight train, who was behind Engineer i :Monsieur! Lcmongo to have the w
month with! view of ] talents. I
a establishing own .i
Sanford-Outside construction of II I Reardon when he was killed, [ foot-boards removed from the luau,
the new Seminole county pail Is mother t'lentre here, it was announced had a similinr experience.The "Well, what do you think of1 I in imitation of Homo I had admlr. I

c rapidly approaching completion I' today by Ernest Shipman, bodies of all three of the Tish?" began Curtiss, "she's' a cute in tho Pulncc nt Fontninubleau. Pontiac Six $950.00 Delivered

i, ;. and the interior finish is expected well known motion picture producer dead men were badly burned. kind, isn't she, honey?" i I| I For the living room there was a ,, -

,f to be started within the immediate a permanent resident of Fort My- Rotes Lambert was burned to a I felt a quick flow of criticism rug covering the entire floor made I .'"

future, acording to Sheriff C. N. ers. crisp, his head being destroyed and rush to my lips but because it wn.i of alternate colors. liicgc/ linen with I I'nODUCTS 01" GENERAL MOTORS +

Hand, who stated this morning that Lakeland-Watermelons, a truck his legs burned off. His brotherwas foreign to my nature to be jealousand > a gay flower pattern made bright I''

lie was anxiously awaiting the date I load of the finest Florida varieties, I badly burned about the body, catty I stepped the virupera. splashes nt tho long, casement ) CHIEF 010' TilE SMALL .' ,,

when all the county prisoners can made their first appearance of the but his face: was not scarred. tive utterances that would have windows. A divan and, several small SIXES

be moved into the now and modern demon In Lakeland yesterday, being Reardon was bally burned and his fallen. tables painted leaf-green arid robin .'

quarters. : brought here by II. Dove Allison limbs charred. So powerful was! the "She's very modern and er- egg LIne were placed here nml' DEMONSTRATIONS\ GLADLY GIVEN '

statement one of the largest watermel. current that fence nearby and tho quite pretty,' I finally managed. :| there, making a pleasing ensemble f #

LaBelle--Denying a on growers In this part of Florida.Mr. ground for some distance was "She wants to help you /get tha Dainty, low chairs that net Im. .

attribute to Cl.criff Dan here McLaughline : Allison has 132 acres of land i ': badly charred. things for the house," he runtinu. mediately upon the floor, such as i iI GREEN COVE SI'i INGS, 1"LonmA-I'IIONE 42 .

that caused the by lynching the refusal of contractors waxpartly at Brookfield devoted to the raising Following the accident, Judge I ed, 'sho told me to tell you that had seen at the Exposition in

of KIcckley Sweets and big Tom Russell and S'leriff: Cobb, of she would save tomorrow morning'for Paris J
j N to give work to white men, Watson melons as well as a new Urooksville, visited the scene, but I you to begin with which I and narrow hanging bookshelves A Starke Agency to be Opened In the Near Future. f' 11.r.: .
II. O. Hansen, Jr., member of Han. completed the room In "
variety which he has named the II, ,decided an inquest was unnecei-1 think was very good 1 of her because ai_
sen and Sons, said,! today his firm ; which Curtixs and)
would
Dove Allison. This latter variety' sary. j she's quite busy. She had a coursein I upend
work to citizen jI,
has refused
f i never who asked for it. any he thinks is a cross between the I' I New York find they nay she hits most of our time when wo wcrot t + ... r.F.Z.i.FM4.t.' .f"" .i"trt 21d .
first two. on marvelous color combinations.: I home. I

and road, thought. perhaps-." .... _.
Clermont-The: street Grove's Curtiss was not permitted to see - -' -.--. '
building program in and around Fort Iauderda1e-Plans for the "That I wasn't able to select the 1
formation of a body composed of any of the things until overythin* '.
Clermont is attracting more than furnishings for my own homo" I BA'I"1'EIY
from Tasteless was in its This CIIJ\iIN I'I'4
: ordinary attention. The Cox and I two delegates each chamberof questioned) tartly. place. suited him ,

Bryson Paving Company is handling commerce on the lower east "No, of course not, darling. I've perfectly us ho was Increasinglybusy oao.looo 0=0mo=oGuaranteed

more than 30 carloads of roc'!, coast to prepare drainage legislation Chill TonicIs never questioned your taste in such ; even working well into the I '

a day on the various street and satisfactory to the district matters. I only know that this it night Hours : ;
road aside from several were formed at a meeting held 111Bo'nton an Excellent Tonic for day of specialties and I thought ,
projects, a ; I 8
yesterday which was attended revealed In the colors I had !! ServIce and ; ,
other subcontractors who are Women and Children. eocRubs perhaps Tish could assist you as
by representatives from Ft. chosen and, was! especially well i Service
t working out of the city. u_ _ ___ bhe has gone so thoroughly/ into Satisfaction l
Lauderdale, Miamia, Del ray, Palm the subject. Just tonight at tho pleased) with the finished result as
Dado City Pears, pcacliei, Beach, Jupiter, Lake Worth and I
I had '
dinner table, you remember Mrs planned everything entirelyby :
plums, quinces: grapes, >>lack1>er Stuart. Stern's Garage I
I Caldwell said that there} should) be myself.At ;
,' ries, strawberries, nvocadoes, per-
NG Legislature
law the
and nil Tallahassee-Ninety six thou UNIMF a passed by last the momentous day arrive Agents: EXIDE Batteries .
simmons, mangoes, guavas sand bushels of oyster shells have NT forbidding brides of less than five Phone 87 R RJe
varieties of citrus fruits do well when we were to spend our ....,
years from selecting their own furniture - ,
been planted by tho state shell fish .
In Pasco county, and now a varietyof first night in our adorable little ,
unaided. It that they i -- -
1 seems -
department within the past 60
has been found which Pain Out 1I
raspberry but bears days on the public reefs off the I Right I get so many things that are im house I anticipated, the event with '

not only grows readily Franklin county coast, accordingto : practical and. not having had any as much enthusiasm! as I had other I
of fruit prolifi-
the finest quality Commissioner T. R. Hodges. Th3 ,experience, it is almost natural. memorable! occasions in my lifu- l''

cally. shells were planted just In time to Tint has furnished I don't know such as my graduation-my debut R. DAVIS & CO.

Wi1lston-Jetween! 15 and 23: catch the 'spat,' or young oysters Grove'sChill how many, houses lately and they and

cars of cvcumbors Are being hipped this season, as the oysters are now say that they are most livable as my wedding day. i

from here daily and the town In fuil milk, or spawn, Commissioner well as charming." If everything turned out as happily INSURANCEAGENCY

Is crowded with buyers and commission Hodges eaid. Tasteless "Well, for once and all Curtiss," as I expected. I would havo

'\ receiving I[ interrupted, I won't have LetitU I '
: brokers. Growers are added another bouquet Memory's:\.
and, West Palm Beach-A small tornado Evans!! or other woman dictating I
i. satisfactory' prices, TonicStops any immutable delights! '! ESTABLISHED 1886
t bank Increasing daily. swept down on West Palm to me about the sort of things. I I'
deposits are
: Beach at 1:30 o'clock this aftar-1 I I How will CurtiHS like his little
: : Malaria, Restores I'm[ to have in a house that I'm to /
t DeLt.ndrse of W. M. noon doing considerable damage to '. Strength and Energy. live In. Anyway, to hear you talk, home? TARKE FLA.

Johnson rent estate dealer hereII homes and buildings along the lako I I soc one would think that I am positive II I i (Continued next week.) I I .



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FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1924I
'IA.L.-....__......__ ...::I BRAHFORU _COUNTY TELEGRAPI', STARKE FLORIDA
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: .JOS. J. KELLER: DIES t ,ik part in the Wnr between the 1 due Starke 11 '14 p. m. line Starko 9:59: a. m. Tallahassee-Ninety six thousand

.a.t '\1'fa OF I S.liiv : Stat, .<. A few yours later he mar- :No.' :3, J'k.om'iIto, \ Tampa,,, No. 811, Jacksonville to WestPalm bushels of oyster shells have

-:- I'iund'! moved to Bradford county i due Sturkc 1U.35 I : a. m. Beach, due Starke 10:00: p. been planted by the state shell fish;

: dos J. Keller, one of the where he lived a useful life, known :No.' ( SOU: J.-n' kwills, to West :M.X" deportment within the past 60 r

: DCie'J few remaining slave time negrousif and! respected by all. After hit Palm Bf.:.< I K aid, I St. Petersburg, :' 2 ol'thbountll1rrivls Starke the public reefs off the
days on
Ihir.t.nn; died suddenly at "
.
I coming to Bradford' county he entered i 1.n. m.
''I hiM hum.' southeast! of Lawte; the ministry, serving, the N", -1 Northbound arrives Starke Franklin county const, according:

, 1'1"1H:. rii' May IXth. "" ''l''r,1 serv- :Methodist ihuiill till the day jf .. .j\Jp.m\ to Commissioner T. R, Hodges. Th-

I 1t"M.l'I', held at 11 I o'ciiick. W<' IicMlaj I- bin ,death. 'N ., :101 I Northbound:' arrives atike shells were planted just in time to

-- morning at Mt. .\.iloiiitliVlctlinili lie is :vrvived by his widow andKeven 0:0: p m.War.neo catch the 'spat or young oyster
DELI(;II'1'FU1.:i JUUlIa! (; : day afternoon nt tho church. t t I'ltrvh! followed hv inirment eh Idren who !ImvinKid tlv Branch

, PARTY The president led us in mi inspiring I ,n Tune onnrdV} cenv.. ) this season, as the oysters are now
, T l'"riapi! to cal ri"-s t their -iiH"r' N 101 I leav Starke 7.40 a. m.,
I '-'rT'" devotional after which LUl5iI! | I:cry, 1 fi:"vx II \\'. !liaillc-v: a
\ The Run Pn-'for of the \Voml1n'Club riixs of unusual interest was trans. : Inij/; "Ifrat: ,,'.. I '.1 M t t > th"1n in 'v,< n' lii-n-iM: T. J. Griffin, Agent. Hodges caid.

' WB: the scene of H delightful\ wl1l'n Ill'tl"1.'e have us our orphan f U ,\ I i ""I'I "I "p. l.H! \\"11 .IA ,'1 1'1 I ".'i t.ha'ft' I .__ _

event, Thursday iiftiTnoon clothe for the 12-yc-nr-ol.l i .nd) I l'n '.ti, "
year : : iiu a 1 i imnc
1 'f
Mrs. Jay Alderman \vns hostess tJ I'' ; trsUUl.l'1! ; xf+nRt '_:::::;"' ,;",;; ,c...;._ .:: -__, ...", w._'T __ .-
Eugenia Jackson at our orphanIKIIIIU -- I ( t : n I 'I M' -Il H nmn ll? P t '? n' .' 111. :Sum;,, iI1 a I.
f( a number of her friends at an auction in Arcadia. i' ,\vas, horn in( :\i-v\lic-i,; 'i" ? : r'' fol-. itt

I ; bridge party. The:! program was beautifully conducted I 'Man In' 'n,1', .IM" i, Ie .ts a .1 1 1Vir ,r. ,\ rut .is i

Easter lillies! were the decor, by Mrs. O. J. Griffin. The I \\' ill i t' I K 110.! ,. 'ntl:1 .frii. ', 11,1, 1 ,' to Tau ,
affair and, ''' Shoes
itons used at this pretty '
main feature of tho afternoon was ,.
IAeAda
on the tables wore pl.u-ed! a dainty a M
n report of the Southern Baptist' 1'1
fruit bnsl.ft tilled with hard]
orange Convention hclj at Houston by our

candies for each truest.Aa pastor, Brother Thomas: Hansen I
each truest nrrived! Mho wn I

presented,! wth:: n nasturtium flower CIIII.DKKN) ()(o' ('( N.FEIER.iCY. : I PURCHASES OF SHOES
10 PER CENT: OFF OX ALL
1
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several -
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;irl tnlloy and after MEETING:; 1M

Jirofrre lions, :Mis Mabel Weller
was given a charming green glace The Ruby Davis Memorial Chap. :MADE DURING

flower bowl as holder of high score,,, tor of Children of Confederacy met
! tho home of Mrs. L. A. DUVI--' t4
whilo Mrs. K. M. IJavU received n lIt I n' xY"Mf 2 34

box containing! bridge!| set with allaccessor Saturday aft'rnoontay! 22, with

,I, )li! i for four tables. Thehostess ) fifteen members! present. I Junes 3
Tho president and vicc-presiilcm! 1tL.AA tw..Aa0.4 ..... swtie i Thursday Morning
with n
served her guest .
;
i' I Lu- ""Capbl ....u._ t'-Pweoj
both being: out of town, Miss ,
salad ..
I'' delicious course. ... .. I'IaC.-: I
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--- dill Mitchell presided as presifli-nl -- -- -
MACCLENNY CMT11 IS pro tern and Miss Harriet Bitch] q F '

HOSTESS AT MEETING: acted as ,secretary. After routini CHURCH SERVICES IT WILL PAY YOU TO TRADE WITH ME

business. the meeting was turned, r

r1. Matcfcnny May 13. over to director, Mrs. Davis, wh?. CHRISTIAN

," Marclenny Woman's Club yas I reported that papers for nine new

hostess to the tl-i-c<.unty federation members were being: drawn up and, Dr (Honor of Hampton, Flo., will

Friday, May 21, wltli: Mrs. L. A, j that there were four more prospective preach" next Lord's, Day, May the : Hollingsworthf

Davis of Starko presiding. Dell | members. Mrs. Davis then I 23, morning ml! evening. Subject, I

gates from Lake Butler, Starke,,, pave the history of the Confederate, marring, 11:00: a. m., "Who is 0111 f**

Lawtey n.:.il Macclc'nny club were! |I flags, after which she assigned the Lord's !Side': ," Eight p. m. "%93- -
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In attendance Mrs. Louis II. Hill,,, I work for the next month as follows r ;. !ible Faith," .es:e seeing. their faith I

of Lnwtey and Macclennetaoniup : 4k :Ma. wsywAmd Kiiid, "Thy Sins be Forgiven Thee". ,
I SHOP
of Lawtey was the principal speak | 1. Why was our state named! These ore very important sub

('1'. Among tho speakers! were !Mrs, Florida! ? I jects. We would !love for every: one

M. P. Capon, former vice presidentof | 2. What arc the boundrien or to henr fiem, especially all those:

section five; Mr*. Buck of South this state ? > i; who call themselves Christians'I

I Jacksonville, president of the section i 3. What is the ('npitolllnd where 0111;{. Co..ie to do good, and got'

and. Mis. Max M, Brown, ol located ? good. i I
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Lake City. I 4. What Is tho motto of this O
Schnabel of Maclenny BAPTIST CHURCH NOTICERev. IU
Mrs. John state? q

:Mrs. S'-hmbel of Macclennj I Has it a flower? What is it?
Thomas Hansen
was elected president of the tri t D. Describe the state seal aril ;a.AItA BOW AND JOSEPH KILCOUR IN "CAPITAi, PUNISHMENT"1" pastor. Great Clearance
school 10:00
Sunday : a. m.
county federation. Mrs. J. E. Main- PREFERRED PICTURES II
flag.r.ft. :Morning worship, 11:00: a. m. ;!
es of Lake Butler, vice president;; When did Florida secede. from
B. Y. P. U. services, 7:00 p. m.
Mrs. Louis Hill of Lawtey, secretary -
the Union?
Evening Worship, 8:00: m.
p.
and Mrs. J. II. Uitch of Starke I I 7. Tell about some important I State RealtyCo. Mid-week service, Wednesday, '

treasurer. event of the war between the Sale
8:00: p. m.
Luncheon was served at the Hotel ', states, which took place In Florida.: We cordialy invite you to worship 9 p

Annie. The tables were centered During the social part of the : with us. t

with vases' of red! Radiance rosoi', afternoon Mrs. Davis: assisted\ by" AT j

and spray of *w* t P*'* were Mrs. J M. Brownlee, served delirious PRESBYTERIAN

favors at each plate. ice cream and! wafers. Tho

After the afternoon session at; next meeting will be at King l"y 10 o'clock a. m. Sunday school. II
11 o'clock Preaching service. Dr.
which reports were given from the, lake the third Thursday in June 9

member clubs, visitors were taker: MRS. L. A. DAVIS, Tucker, pastor Ma.Querite'sShoppeiBEGINNING
2 o'clock p. m, Intermediate Endeavor
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for automobile ride through theGlen Director.
an PECIAL FOR meeting. Miss Isabel Fernandez n nI
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:St. Mary nurseries i superintendent.

Vote for A. J..Thomas fur represtillative Vote for Geo. F. Young for representative '- 7 o'clock p. m., Senior Endeavor ::9 MAY 291STING 2 WEEKS .
Ho stand for the interests I I Society.
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-a farmer and thfa"l1ll'rll' < of the people of Brllt. !furl! 8 o'clock preaching service. ,I 0 SEASONABLE S '
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friend. Paid! Adv. 5-29-2t() t'
county. for, drainageand good Wednesday at 8 o'clock! mid-week p

'. roads< Paid, Adv. 5-21-31. Booster Day prayer service. "Princess Mary" Coats and Dresses at Sacrifice Prices o
I1. 1 D. ( PICNIC The Woman's Auxiliary meets

-- first :Monday evening of each o
the
The \\'. T Weeks Chapter, U. D :MC\\ :SERVICE STATION: month. 0 $39.50 and $37.50: to go at $29.50 U
O. will hold\ their annual picnic amt] INSTALLS:-'; PUMPS: 0 r

1 liiKinc-.s. melting next Wednesday,. i $31.50 and 12.50: to go at $27.50 0
Our latest business addition, the + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ,
.Tune 9: n.l.It Kin'-QI ley lake, at th I. $29.50 and $27.50 to go at $21.50 e (0,
"l'Wtlll'le: Service Station, on the +
1''r' coiiaKi. Tho dinner com- + pATRONIZE .
milt< c' ,nrc, us fullows: : :Mrs." O. L. hirbway: is now ready to serve the 100 LOTSAt + Home Business + $19.50 and $22.50:> to go at $15.00:>

11.! I II. C. nu'nu'brs muttt: cordially trade Workmen have been busy. the F + $16.:>0 to go at $12. 0
,, of All past week; installing pumps, gas' RIDE GAINESVILLE o
(! Rberts: Lnwley.
tanks. eta., fo;' handling the Sin- ; 0 $12.50 and $10.75: to go at $8.50
1J. I IJ, ('.. '11"Mil1"cis, 'n".' most "rord'nl- F BUSSES "
claIr! ('omi'iu'y products :
attend this picnic, and
wend ly invited, "> ii-lii'litfnl. to il.iv! nt this |io;>- This now business is owned by Your Price : SCHEDULE + '
James Wickham, who has been op.imting MARGUERITE'S( SHOPPE
ill, It. i n"r resort.V For 7:30 9:00 ,
-. n like station, for, the past ++ JAX 4:00- a m. : I

< .U' ''' :' Jeo. I V. Young for rep two years on the m-ii-i: Jacksonville p. m. +

resentative. stand! for the Interest highway near Baldwin :I. ForG'VILLi 10:00: a; m. + STARKE, FLA.

of Bradford, a I FlooverFutchCo.Agts.BUJLpI1 5:00 7.00 g
of th jM'imlp, + : p. m.
N. Sternberg leaves Sunday, for .
and good
county fir drainntre I 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 01:10 01:10 01:1001:10 G
6-21-3t. Jacksonville where do will join the
roads. Paid Adv. _
Shrinera of Morocco TempI! ontheir :

Judo: and Mrs. A. V. Long and I pilgrimage; to Philadelphia., -
Ho is a member of the uniformed I IUr iil
sailedfor !
Palatka I
daughter! Annie, of ,
bands. of chanters and will take
Jacksonville last Sunday onboard
for part !in the ceremonies to be held ''n
the steamer chatam
the City of Brotherly Love. The HULL'S STORE
thence Annapolis
Baltimore, going: to I
Florida delegation Is going north
the
to he present nt graduating
I loaded with songs and boosts for
exercises of the United States
their state and will Florida
give
Naval Acadmoy! their son I
'
Augustus: C., being member of valuable publicity Mr. Sternlivrg Bushel Crates for Irish Potatoes and Cucumbers. Corn
will return by the way of New
the class of 1026.! The exercises will

be held June 2nd and they will return -' York, being accompanied on his Crates, hampers and Berry crates.
return by Mrs. Sternberg, who has
home shortly after.W. I I
been visiting in that city.
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M. S. I am prepared to handle the construction of any type of
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NEW PUMP BEING:-'; INSTALLED '
I. VERY SPECIALUnder
business and l meeting .
The PLANT
program AT CITY POWER
I business or residence. Modern\ machinery and the use
: of the W. 1\[. S. was" held :00'1' ,
The motor ;;;; air !lift for use I

Miss Myrtle Reddish, spent with the old well at the municipal of patented concrete blocks, permits me to make very

Thursday shopping In Jacksonville plant ore being: installed this week, cost Prices on Lajing Mash, Growing Mash and

and will be placed in operation attractive figures and at the same time construct a
Mrs. W. Wimlcrly and little Chicken Stater. All Kinds Feed, Alfalfa Hay, Groceries -
within the next ten days. Owing t 1
daughter, cf Waldo, were in town the small\ slzp of the casing of this
Fruits and
last weed: visiting relatives. building that will! last forever Vegetables
well the same type of electric pump

now in use on the new well could 1 I
Thos. Old'inm of Jacksonvilb,
not be used, necessitating the In.

was attending. t> lusine--y hrrc.Monday. stalling of an air compressor for I Plans and Specifications Gladly Furnished Candy

< lifting the water to the reservoir. ,

The present water supply has
Mr. and :Mrs. B. W. Hodges and,
never been satisfactory! since the
littlo daughter: of Jacksonville Hardware Dishes
were week-end guests of relatives. new plant was Installed owing to
its action on the rusty! water

Miss Hannah Swindell! and O. A. mains. The old system of pumping
water by lifting It with air,
# Andrea of Stuart, spent ThursdayIn I Harness
aerates it thoroughly and l is better
town with friends.Mrs .
for drinking purposes. It Is be- W./ Carpenter (

Equila Jonce, of the O"n- lieved that this pump will dell eve

ham section, spent Wednesday, in the present water situation. .

town. .-- N. B. HULL, Proprietor

Vote for A. J. Thomas fur rep .

Mrs. A. arrotte Tueiday resentative farmer and tile '
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evening, for West Palm Beach, miners' friend. I'nldv.! 5.0-.t, I _._-,, ... :

Fin., on a business trip.



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FRIDAY MAY 28, 1926 BRADFORD COUNTY TELeGRAPU STARKF FLORIDA PAGE FIn t

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Miss Isabel Bullon, who was ono 1 few weeks. Of these combats ha

I of the Eau Gallic! school faculty the i only lost four. ;AIET '

I punt term wns in town the latter I ServiceHirtooiHy L

Bits of : part 01 last week visiting her mother I WANTED-One hundred new fi Y YTII1'n tort

I customers at Johnson's Cash Store
i :Mrs J. J. Bullcn. "Let's Go "
I !next Saturday, !May 2Uth\ bill bargains -

Vote for A. J. Thomas for repI I for all ( \ \ rendfjvd i is, t the foundation of every sue- I '' I

local NeVS re ('ntutive-a farmer and tho "cl'"iui, luismchs, o.-iH'oially banking-) \ We invite you to a/ I
: A. Paul Paugherty of lleaMoincs tl.11'A | ;
farmers'
friend 1'aid Adv. 5-20-2t.!
I m.ikf this your bank and to fool five( to ask, any accommodation -
{ Iowa, wil preach Sunday at 8 p. t III., '1, James Cru/t' .Production'
Concerning Our People Business and Everwcar! Silk Ho.-e 79c to 1 'at the l'reMbt'I'11l11; church. The IIKI"'O! )MPSONha with the assurance t that:\ it will be hantl- i

i Progress of the County and Town. $1.J3; a pair at 8tel' bt'rg'1'1. >song service at the Presbyterian( ,, lod with PI't>l11ptnl'>I,. and courtesy.\ You will find many: ; .

I I I church wil be cunduitod by Rev. I "'MIRKDEN! OF WEEDS" ways t that we can be of service to you. For instance .\ ; .

II I Dr. Robert' M. Baker will leave Win. Duugh'rtr.11 are invite.l'': Hetty's ben bet! The play that ( 'Iwcldn! ; Account hero relieve you of many annoy- ";; .

Friday, for Richmond, Va., to at. I I to come. electrified, Broadway, brilliantly
buy for cash und sell for'' tend< a class reunion and cone I Imencement I screened by "('e,1Yaglll", mees' H paying bills" making change and so forth. And '- t

May that's why we sell cheaper''' Virginia :Medical[ < SMRK Jo: JO'mil'/ ; Cruzo. then, too, there is the Saving Account( that enables you 1 \

May save the difference toy{ i college.' From there ho will go to i iisit I II i A Paramount Picture to accumulate\ : for many things that you possibly, could '' r ,\
| II.'II.: Snyder! who loft Starko I
May customers. Johnson's cusp \ his parents :Mr.[ and ;Mrs.[ J. I i'' I nut otherwise afford. There arc other !services whichare '" J
last week with his children for Ilf
May R. Baker in King George, Vu., and a nun.\\-S 1'f l'RD IY ,
I I, trip to his old home in :Mnrylan: I, i Saturday afternuun11I1I11.e: all yours for the asking.!\ Call on us any time we can "
will
May return to Jacksonville/ about' !
Ore : writes that he is having a splendid! ': 4:00: clock\ nerve ;
May Buford of i June 10. While Dr. Baker is away i X
May 1> 'I '>IIvill(', were In town Tues- :Mrs. Baker will enjoy a motor trip! tiiuo and that they will spend, this ,| One <>f the gronteat. drama's over I

May > & i with, her aunt, :'Ilrl.! W. J. Epper- week visiting in Pennsylvania :Mr.I[ I Screened f'
_____ i iI 1 hone of Starke.-Times-Union. Snyder states that ho. was royally i i "('.\1'1 m PUNISHMENT"With. 1 : \ you."J'1 / / / "J': \

May A. Collins of Jacksonvil", i entertained whilo Washington bv I lI II ]' i ; M

May attending to buniness hero I Lois Knnbb, of Ruiford, !spent! I I Inst Congressman Green, of Staike. lie Clara Dow, George Hacnkthorne, I { !f \;
l I '. ': !i week with :Mary Wiggins. will return to Staikc the latter part Elliott I Dexter, :Margaret I.iving- 'k/ 'I

May ________ I I i ef this week ': uton, :Mary Cure, Robert Ellis and f ) ,

I for 7 days yard wide Applicants fur state scholarsVps: JU'DGE'S Others BANK OF STARKE '
; domestic l lOc at nt Gainesville t.nd Tallahassee will ( I 2nd EII .(JI( ,' "SCAU1.KT: s'r'RE.1K"MN11.1Y.7'UESD.tY ; i
I coriir ACTIVK
I); take examination w'th teachers on I :

|II June 8: Won't someone avail themselves I "Tlt"'I.I110: ,.r..;. "Hunk of Helpful Service"t t I, i1V'e i
Tuesday was the regular monthly
I H. Hill of Jacksonville, of this opportunity Pay 4 Per Cent On Savingsi
i prominent visitor to town 11. Wiggins.. court day for the. county judge! and, With .\lU'OIW() 1 t tI

!I ; '. i I I" full docket WHS: ,presented( to PKI.IX CAT COMEMYAnd .' I

Judge Gardiner for disposal. I News Keel Nollei. To tin .ot..ra of Itratlfurd roar 1 d
I S. Hewke, prominent business '\ Prof. Powlinir( Supt.Vigglns The case of John Given held on I i I Epperson;, miiKini; I the arrest utI the. IV I.m ,a ,tfanilldrilv, f<*r Ib'ureMimtatlrain .r.1' t v

of DoLnnd, was in town ;Mon and Barney :MoR-'ie[( visited! In Join 1 two charges\ of possessing liquori pistol. Nolle! prosscd.Allen :' request' of (::11 11I,'>1\'ill,. nut hurl t it's. .iriitliiiiire'the l>uneratlo frinn Rrmlforil I'nmary' fnuntir.iil Klca.tlnn .. 't i )'

in i Friday :air etaoi otani nununumi i I IOorrlo and a pistol, was continued until Yutos assault with intent It Is understood,, the warrant was to be. hi-M, In June. IH tt.iKIIIit.K r I ,\ i t
I t : 1". hawt.,. "
I High School limt Friday: the regular Juno term t the 22nd. t ta, murdor. Continued<1 until June j i issued, on compl.unt' : of his sift' MIIINd. Via. / ;} ,
Mrs. term. __ MFMIIFIt: : St IIOOI. IIDAUIV...PIMf.. t.I .
C. A. Knight's Sunday school | Powllnp and children accum-i I I'C.. Wclborn, operating cur i I I hi ,uliy ntini'inir', itnieir it rnndtduta for {$
: pr.nied them to Jacksonville.! I Corley Johns, gambling plead,l ] AlachulI-AIld1l111: City will not '1
enjoyed a most delightful while intoxicated ; plead not guilty. ; I memhr, of Nulimil iMiartl. 111.1.1.1 s. sub ,.
guilty. $1.00 and costs 30 dll'lI.Pllul | get the new, school. building. tlili> Ji-rt In 11..- ,.....n .., ihi.' Jim iirimnrr., I F';
or
at Kingsley lake Tuesday. | Jury returned verdict of guilty !I irnniim| a ,luitM. ,,,, l .1 ., ',..r.. of my rtutloB, kt
I Bnisiien! gambling plead'w year, I the hopes "f tho citizens for f If( ihvlnl. '
10 \ ; ,,.
per cent reduction on all I and Wclbornvas assessed. $100 and I
I' 1 ,| guilty. $1.00 I ) and, 1 costs or :f0! dmiy this much needed, (q Lake Royal !
; of
:Marcotte developer : j Society Packages next t t costs or CO days. In addition to the' "
I 1l j L. I/ Johns gambling\ ; ,plead, ,i being crushed l by tho doafeat of I'' : HI ITOOI. IIOAR1> DM. t
Shores can bo found, at the week at Stern herg';. fine I his U'n"p11" revoked! for u|I. I N. I X 7 1
I I uil\! '. $1.00 and emits or 30 place on Call street. I period of three months. i iJohnlo I na membi of th* Hchnol HoaraVKlHlrlet f 'R
was I I Vote for Ceo F. Young. for I I I Clydn< ]Brown, open profanity. held. i iCFNT No I I. llradford county. I wig $ 4pronllmm
rcn- while y
Parmenter driving ,
*. Eddy of Starke, was the i resentative. He stand for the interests : intoxicated; plead) guilty. $100 and' i Furfciti-il<1 bond, of $_!.5.011 .aniiKl to, miintiun give. ,the dulls L.' W.
of her son. :Mr. Eddy< of this t of the people of Bradford 1 | costs CO | C. C. Clark worthless rhpck. : WORD'I
or days. A % II
Sunlay.-Alachua Free I i, ,',i Continued i to Juno 22nd! <1. and bond on i roads. Paid Adv., 5213t. I i I net at $250. of the, School lloanL DUtrlot Nov 'il l.
Case settled of
by paying/ costs i 2, and. ..
I Butler promiMe a faithful .form." of
I Uiifth Crosby parking (on n
COLUMN .
itor court, upon consent of county at. I the iltillca, of the nffl.. If pI.."", I aa- /I
II. Ford, of Fort Myers, Mr. George A. Marcotte is. leaving torney.| 'i highway: contrary to law. Nollu i' .1 1 lint primary., she aui|> rt uf. tha votera .at the J..e 'l t r.
the weekend here at the prossed. FOR RENT-:- Furnished; I IIl'lIrt _M I) MAY.
Sunday evening on a six l: wpcki J. .T. Johns settled by 1I1"'lt'l .
of :Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. ease wits Will Mcl.cod of I I With linlli., l F. A. Scott.t
possession liquor; private 11..11001. noABii. nmTuirr t
ing selling: campaign to :Massathusetts' ',,, he being placed under probate of ] I I "..,.. to aa.unr. my' candidacy. .faainsnlirtlon t
I. Rhode, Island New Hampshire, and,I plead, guilty $100 and costs or 1 to the. offfaa of member. of tka t.. i
and Mrs. R. F. Demorest re- I his wife Judge Gart'inor! and, Shoriff months. DRESS MAKING:> -Seo. Mrs.[ Adam .,'luHd. board l>!hil>ru-t S. atibjnet. to tile f '
Conneruticut. Str.: Marcotto: [ is interested \ .
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Epperson, with orders< for him 'lion of the 'iN-mortalia' primary Juav
from Jacksonville: Monday, in the selling of tnl'kfpropcrty Allen tlu/rntnn was placed, and"'r Green, Cherry street, opposite Nth and annum the voten of my continual ".
speeding several days in the to go to work. arrest Thursday, afternoon SheriffAs ; depot. 5-21-3t. beet' effurta In their .hi half 0//
with friends. and, his Crosby LakeShores I S. L. Alvarez, drying whilu" in. I __ ____ __ h _.___. J. A. WASDIM. i
Development. toxicated. Case continued f until amount I FOR[ SALE CHEAP: -Good; bree'1 ; "'
I to having paid< any COUNTY CIIMMI.SI0NIR-DISTaICT: I .
and Mrs E. B. Wells, and 'I' June term. to influence him to play out of the ;I Lull W. )KnclmnHki( !Route :3, I hcn-hy. n.iniiunee. mr randlilacy.. tae .J.J.I ''I
Johnson's Cash Store, known as I I Starke, Fin. ri-2H.lt"! county. ennimiftatuNi'r. froni, I IMatrlat, Thra% f 1
daughter, of Lawtey, were the Ten Cent Store "located in tho Clarence Marr driving while intoxicated I race, I positively did, not, neither I I ubjict to the Mllun of the votrra. at tkarienuMTatia j
to town Friday afternoon. ; plead guilty $100 and, have I made nny statement which primary, Juno Nth' If ..-..1?at "? ', I
old Scott building near the depot mil I will continue, to itlv. the duties of IMofffra I'
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:MARCEL WAVE Manicure[ facial
costs 60 days. be construed! sUch. ..
or might to mean my careful, eonMlantlntia ''-
R Neff of Miami, was a busi- out of the high rent district. Buy Clarence Marr, possession of I (Sinned: ) H. B. Wiggins.Y massage, eyebrows, perfected. J. I.. UNDERI11LU I .

visitor to Stnrko Tuesday, at- i. from us and save the differenceJohnson's .. I Mm. Lurle corner Cherry: .. FOR COMMISRIONPR-ntaTRICT' i_ f
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the opening of bids for Cash Store. ''I street, opposite. Presbyterian I hereby nnuunca miraHf. a* a r...nlh_ r'
ax for re-elertlon' aa tfoilnly eommlMl.ll.lrl.t I
I IR. work on road 48. cjiurch. 4-2 -1t. No. /. llaatpton.;:::: There.: *.a l
Mr. A. F. Marcotte one of our Oraham .".J I If re-elected will continue *.
'I I. new winter residents is leave, Hive tha'" miunty the .heel t .....i.. I atm V
I.. Kilo. one of the owners of to WANTED: nice 10 or :20! aero cntmbti" of I atillclt your vet. at the aa.. .
popular Hampton Beach re Sunday evening for Massachusetts: Store farm clone, to Stnrlte with fruit mnry June fllh' a W I1IN3OM ",
I Mr. A. F. Marcotte has been Corpening's Drug '' vI
was a business visitor to quite trees, and, house. Lint your small FOR COUNTY/ COMMIHHIOVKH.i DIM?. I II
J. !:Wednesday.< I taken up with Stance, and! expects:1 farms with :Marcotte Brother', I hereby. aiinniincn mynelf a candidate' .l r
" to return in the fall!! He has invested for county. roniinlHMioni'r. ntrlet No. V.t i'n'
Liniliaiigli Cull" ,
1,111 street .
f ( .,iii..riMliH', llit'.ikir, .. anil.! New River. In '
ed. Wm. D. Pnughcrty, of in property here. St nrlie. I 1-2S-R::! ..".r.Ih,. ...lirn. 'that I will itlva fnithral
nil, mil inn. I., 'tin' ilutl.n of the nfflca Iftlnv .t
THEATRE'e, Oklahoma will preach Sun- : :: ;,: : J ,
:Mr. and ;Mrs.[ William Dnugherty : I ilicl in. Hi mi, <'cl fully, A. I.. lltCRN. It
rot 11 a. m., at the Christian WANT TI11UY Mirect, from -- "
: All are Invited to attend. I I Mr. und !Mrs.' William Paugcrt", SPECIAL FOR owner" acreage on farms.: No I In.n dy nn"".."... mynelf a ...nlhl.taf" J
of Enid Oklahoma: and :Mr.\ an I agent need, unswer. live: full .. (/'nmhy..... fiiiumlNiliinir.. DlHlrlct No. Sroneri.me
| ItriHtker and Ni-w River. Ipinml.i.
'. Nettle PonTng' of West Mrs\ Paul PaughorU, and little l l I detaiN in first l<>tler Including.., ,r If .'I..rl.-l. In ulv,. Iho v..rya' I i

,p, !itor i Beach, Is here on a visit with daughter. Mildred of Des Moines[ I legate price and\ terms.. I It O. Ilox2isr ; nirvlri, Hint. I nm. cin.'ihlf. of I.renderlnv.It.Kl.ielfulv. It (IA INIT.. !: I

brother and !sister-in-law! I Iowa,, arrived' here Sunday' for a i I >, St. \IMci-Hliui-ir, H.nid.i., r- I.

J( :\ and,! :Mrs. S. R. Powling. ,' visit with .Rev. and :Mrs W. E.Duughcrty. Thursday June 3I I 21.lt.: +++++++++++++++++$1+MI 4+ .

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COFFINS & CASKETS 11
Political/
Announcements
Shelton Ovcrstreet of Cedar : 0Undertakers'
( : has accepted a position with :Mrs J. :'Mitchell[ ; \ and, daughterMiss I i and l a Full Line of j'j'i f'' t '

Lucille, will leave thin week
I American Express Co., here To the DeniiH-ntle, ..,"ten of llralforHotmty
: i I for :Madison: whC'roIiss; LuciiH I <* I take thin tni.thnd ..f annouiielna :%s: Supplies
-!' A.-pent: A. P. )Hoffman. /10 Percent my candlilney for the olfirf' "f ltetr| I I I will he ono of thy junior bridea- tlvf. If .',...1." I pnmiiNe. fnltliful and .t I AIJTOMOIIILK: HEARSE
maids in the Tharin-Bracken wedding ficlenl .,'.v..... I solicit mar ...",..t. J o t
silk dresses for Kmpeetfully. 'r. 11. I'INIIOI.HTltm: t
j I which will take place Jun Alwava on hand. Tha boat aarvleaat I '
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I tti 'liw nt I'H. Weld at '
e and small women $19.50 the 3rd. .. : J 'lenllufi In t'J'griiith '..d....
I beret .... I I
special price $11.95 at I ALLOWED ON ALL PURCHASES MADE IN THIS I for nominatutn.n"nov.Im tka out.It* of a unitlilat.r..p_.. KM.mTKHKK: KMIIAI.MKaiEWITT : :a:
\ Friends of J.V.. Andrews Jr. Intlv In the atat.o I ln.''Nl.tur. f.".. I1r.4forti '
eou"',ty. Bubjwrt w .... .eliun nt tk. ,.: t C. JONES t i'!
will be pleased to learn of his> Dimorratl. primary. aJ_. Nth If ..... '' 1 1tl
STORE r-t I ....u.. Uw peonj af thla aunty ... 'f STAKKE. FLA. .
Miss Louise Howe, of rapid recovery from an operationfor ent and ........1..'".,". geri..... '; t

spent last week In 'town i. appendicitis in St. Luke's hospital ,I A. J. THOMAS in I -in n' 1111111 ti 11 ... i

I her sister :Mrs R. A. New. Jacksonville, Saturday. ,, 1.JJ k -*

Make Our Store (
Louis Toruellu\ of New York Headquarters !

Nat Stcrnberg and Al City, spent the week-end in Stark CO-OPERATION IS THE PATH TO '

Anderson attended! the base : with; friends and relatives.. Louis, SUCCESS

game in Jacksonville Wednes- : is developing Into a real champion!' i '
of the ring having been matched
afternoon !!
Spend your money with home : with
\ I against 32 boxers during the past. I CUnI'OrnM.Jonoy spent

'. and Mrs: L. E. :Miner\' :and :; foreign; corporation. never rrturnn.. Itldo thc Gslnea.lUeJluJlII tl

and Pauline and Mr. and Hi-rvice ii the eqtinl to any competitor, and a ,

W. W. Practorius, of New Goon FRESH r.Eonr.M PEACHES: flgiMeat I II home concern '

!) spent the weekendhero 12.2V PER BL'SIIEI. fBATB i
!) Much lower In prirm In 6 huhi l tot*.
le relatives and friends. .. .
Now; uhlppln Elb rt and r rmni.. GAINESVILLE BUS CO. '--
Buy a rrala for your mummy r Ire *.m \.
W rite for quantity pries. to ,
T. D. Clarke, who was in KRIMF.4! nKOKER\CE CO. I \ ,

last week visiting her parents, Room 41* Klmb.ll noun.. Atlanta. G.. .

; and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Market 1
1
Friday for a visit with friends

I : [ Beach before re- NOTICE OF ELECTIOVBy Producers of Milk and Cream

to her home in Miami. the power VMtal In th.m br tholawa :
of FlnrlilA. tho board of publia Inatruetlnn r
of Bradford enunty, Florida hereby .
: '. and :Mrs.[ R. L. Epperson, and ell. an rlivtlim, to Iw held at Sampson
City to .br hi.rl| at the ..h. .1 houiie at eakplace Can sell their products r the
of Jacksonville, spent on Tumutny. June 20. 192fl. for tha
!) here with Sheriff and Mrs. purnono" of vleetlnir. thrv truntrrv and detirmlnlnir Everything in Meats to ::1.
the mlllair. to be .*.....fl. Man.
Epperson. agora. J. A. McKinney. Mann R/tbinwin, .
and W. H. Smith. highest market prices
L. W. KICKUTER
summer millinery re- Chairman Supply the Table 1

In price at Sternberg's.' I 'Wrfturr ir n. vnrcitt3.' K.JK.Bt-1-il t.t. l. t .


\ ', Canova, of Jacksonville;, | NOTICE OF ELECTION For details write Jas. R. Love ,

Julian Canova, of of the Uni-I Hr the power vente. l In th<*m. by the Groceries
: [ of Florida Sunday I!| 1 I.w. of Flor.ln. the .h.anl of puhlla In Vegetables .j
spent
[ MtriiPtlun, ,,l Ilrailford r.mnty. h'lorhla! Production
with tlnir! parents Mr.\ and,1 j hereby calf: an election to 'hr belli < Superintendent
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I H hool hone at Ifefthrttnn ftprin l nt

; E. E. Caova. 'i the 2. 1021In city hall determine In Hlnrko.whether rn, Tuedlny or not Jun th,, ........4 i

\ | Ht'ilbronn dfdtrict chat! be eonnoliflat. 4,: ;5 PER; CENT GIVEN ON ALL PURCHASES
: '. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, and!I I with the Stark diiitriet to elect thretrualom .
: [ Jas Shepard! and two daugh and determine the mlllav to 'baHvnxiMl
avaln ..1! Seminole
HRM connnlldnted Jmtrlet( Milk
Lena Belle anj Cleo, spent Mnnnueni .r* Stnrke.. C. A. Fetch A. H THURSDAY, JUNE: 3 CompanyJacksonville
In Milliard! with :Mr.\[ and .,..hn.. A. W. \nI"oon : Mnnairen e.i
ffollbmnn. N. D. Green. W. E. Norman "
Chas.' Shepard. The :'IlSS"1II J. C. Jonn. I. W. KfCKMTER IT PAYS TO SAVE THE NICKLES Florida /

I remaining over for a Chairman
vis.t.: I R. R. WIOOWS
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FRIDAY MAY 28
1926
CAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELE CRAP STARKE FLORIDA ,
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v S7S7SS74SR7Si7 fZ of this work at a price about 30'' already resulted in a considerable I, toward development of strong, vigorous Keystone Heights, were: visiting fish fry at the river Saturday.
cents hog cheaper than offered out-of-door Christian man. relatives hero Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Cason and
per a increaso in prices for eggs > ,
Farmers & ticing veterinarian would! prl1c.1 by local egg dealers. | hood. I Mrs. C. H. Manirc, of Hampton, children, Winnie, Elmer and Gladys
FarmingBy 1 charge for the work, and it is The first 12-day period will extend spent the week-eni here with her Crews were visiting in this section

mated that he has saved the farmers I SERIES OF COUNTY BOYS' i from June 21 to July 3; second mother, Mrs. Hetty Cloversettle. Sunday.

, ( 1C K. Ward, County Agent) of the county in six days an CLUB: CAMPS! TO BE lIELDTlIIWL'GlIOUT from July 5 to 17; third, July 19: I :Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Manire were ,' Mrs. P. A. Williams, who has

amount equal to mora than his SUMMER! :, to 31; fourth, August 2 to 14; fifth,, 'attending to business in Hampton been staying at the home of her

-- -- c:: salary for a month. Gainesville,-Fla.-County boy, August 16 to 28. Defore going to Wednesday. daughter, Mrs. S. L. Crews has returned
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FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE c: club camps will be held in a number camp eacl. boy must pass a physical ; to Jacksonville where the
ARTCI: ES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND c SATSU.MA GROWERS of counties throughout the examination and pay a fee of I I NEW RIVERNew will remain this! summer.

TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTRY In SHOULD: NOT DELAY state th'a! summer, beginning in $15 for each period. This includes I .

-.. ,,,=, ======.....=....................................,...,C I II COVER CROPS \VOKK late May Leard: HIatt: former Ur.. I: every expense and is the actual I River, !May 28.-II. T. Par- M. II. ROBERTS
I \ "5rS7S5atiCr557IIIN'I'S 5ZSZS2: : : ==c-: ========cco== the business
cost of maintaining camp. nell a professional
was
I iversity of Florida swimming star,
Maurice Hamilton Roberts
: f TO HOUSEWIVES: adult birds. The cause is still in !, Gainesville, Fla. "Sutsuma has been secured by R. W. Black- I Camp Immokalee is under personal visitor to Macon, Ga., the first of year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. M., II.3.

question.Symptoams. | growers of western Florida shoull lock, state boys' club agent, to assist I direction of Fenner E. King,, last week. Roberts died at their residence
,
i Why More Fruit Sorehead has tho ,
: I now have in their cover crops but him again this summer during Boys' Work secretary of the "Y. Mr. and Mrs. Calhone Berry of 103 West Sixteenth street this
(t', Fruits are natural tonics, superior general symptoms of roup, but Is J His 15 years of active connection relatives ,
when I was over there a few days the period of county club campus. Sulphur Springs, was visiting morning. Besides his
parents,
to the drug store supply. distinguished from the latter by tho with boys' affords a wealthof a
j ago I did not see many growing, These two club agents will assist camp hero Saturday brother Warren Cole
, I I They supply bulk mildly laxative croupin of pox noddles on the head nays: J. Lee Smith, district agent."I the county agents with their camp. experience to justify parents'confidence. I The Messrs. Turner's of Gaines. vives.young The body, probably will, S lr.be
YI and the in the mouth
by I
i Huhslanccs to prevent con. \ presence I .
am afraid that they are goingto Tho pasco county camp starts ville, spent last week-end here with taken to Starke tommorw for burial. .
throat and of chessy
atlpntion.I eyes tough Associated with him is a staff of
i wait too long this season as they the last of May and: is closely followed relatives.
I Thomas M. Burns Jr. of South
,
,
They us from diseases, by patches which are firmly attached to d'rect activities
proton men qualified
I did few As by the boys' club short
course
a seasons ago. you
I and vitumincfl. I to tho tissues beneath them I, I Avy Renfrop was a visitor to Jacksonville, Is in charge of arrangements.
minerals lads in athletics, water
giving us of the .
know it Is the purpose of a cover which Is held annually at the Uni .
I Beach Thursday night. --Jacksonville Journal
land attractiveness! and variety Treatment: According to N.I woodcraft etc Hampton ,
, They sports, nature study,
crop to add humus to the soil; to versity. This year's short course ,
; of flavor to diet. It. Mehrohof, extension poultry- A man of experience in first aid A few enjoyed a very pleasant May 22.
I remove water from the soil when I will be held tie week of June 8. '
They give Homo energy, they addcaloriesand man for the University of Florida I' will always b, present. I
there is an excess of it; to cover Dates which have been settled for -- --
should not be taken College of Agriculture, the treatment I the coil to nrevent packing by theliuvy other county boys camps are as follows In addition to members of the I :.....:- .:.. :::..:- -.---

simply 11a! relish or appetizer. of fowls severely affected requires ': "rams: ; n.vl tki'cp u true : committee, a number of prominent

Eat some raw fresh fruits everyday i, much time and patience and! end use plunk loud as it is made '! June 21.24, Palm Beach county. I men will spend considerable timein
such as oranges, grapes, ba. I as a rule, deer not stay. It is often and assist: with the pro
: lublc by excess moisture and not I I June 28-July 3, Marion and Lake camp
.lianas, grapefruit, lemon, pears, )I better to kill tho birds, bury or I' f iniiw .1 >.>> pa:'u o.'f ia the air as a counties. gram. They are the Rev. E. F. I J. L. SIMMONSPLUMBING

pineapples, b.rries, apples. burn their carcasess, disinfect the Kii- or flow into the streams thru I I I July 7.10, Santa Rosa county. Montgomery, Dr. Lee McB. White,
' Ba very careful to wash poultry houses, and in that way Duane Howard and E. D. Langley.
} free water. When thu plant food July 12-15>, Escambia county.
thoroughly all raw fruit before eradicate the contagion as soon ai I in, most plentiful then plants grow July 28. 31, Okaloosa and Walton All activities of camp life are AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

peeling or eating. The person with possible. faster and most vegetable matter I I counties. parts of a complete program, of all.

normal digestion should cat peel. Daily feeding flowers of sulphur Is made to be turned back to the July 28-31, Washington county. around character development. Estimates Made-Work Guaranteed
ings of apples grapes pears, In tho mesh has been recommended I soil I I August 2-6, Alachua and Volusia Every camper has the opportunityto

i Young children should l I not eat peel. as a preventive Measure. When "Showers begin to come in May, counties become a Knight: of Camp Im STARKE, FLORIDA

" Ings. sorehead appears, add to the mash and July and August are the rainy The Marlon camp will be a jointone mokalee, the highest honor throughhis

Health Points About Fresh Fruit 5 percent of sulphur and keep it before months in western Florida. It is for both boys and girls. One- camp citizenship and achievement ..... ... .
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Consult a physician about Riving, all chickens. Feed this for five I during these months then that day tours of the club buys from clubs. 0' M

t raw fruit to small children. Tomato -I days, omit the sulphur for two there is the most free water to be Columbia, Madison, Jefferson, and, Some 0: the things the boys will -

or orange jr'ce: strained may be i days, and then repeat, continuingfor i removed, it is then that rains come Leon counties will be conducted *o learn in the latter clubs are mird, '

Riven to children-one teaspoonful threo weeks. I| that will pack the soil, and its then the Escambia camp. insect, tree and plant life, angling, VCQ We can charge 0
! for babies throe to six months; one, As u precaution: where soreheadis I II. I that; an excess of plant food II''I May 28 will be club day at Pan first aid, Bible and Nature life your HRS

tablespoonful for babies at six not in the flock, 2 or 3 percent of I I mado available. Therefore, !f ama City and May 20 club field, problems, carving leadership, canoeing I Lu 0
months, and the juico of an orange sulphur in the mush Is advised. I II I there is enough soil moisture to day at Bristol. rowing, athletics and STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's .

by the time the baby i Is one year Isolate all' diseased: birds and ,'I germinate the reed during tho first games, advanced swimming, camp I

old. I thoroughly disinfect the house. of May the cover crop should bo 500 JACKSONVILLE BOYS service, world outlook and arch.

1 Bananas should be eaten only Wash the cheesy patches in the ,' put in then so that there will bea TO ATTEND "Y" CAMP AT cry.A Starke
I t when ripe. They are ripe when the I mouth, threat and ears with antis- cover crop on the land during the LAKEDROOKLYNINJUNEThe typical day's events starts, : Garage
outside skin 1 is> dark brown. They eptic. A good wash: consists of 1 1.2 rainy season. with reveille at 6:30: in the morning I Fla.

are over ripe when not firm. Always ounces of boric acid and 1 ounce of "This cover crop should be taken following with group Bible study,, I I
I
scrape away the white strin. powered borax dissolved in 1 quartof when the bugle will sound for more breakfast, camp duties, achieve. I
down in
September, or
one-fourth inch at than 500; Jacksonville boys betweenthe din. ATTENTION To Poultry People
I gy material and water and applied warm. rainy season breaks, either by ment periods, morning swim,
be treat ages/ of 12 and 16, when Camp hour leaders' council,, of Bradford
ends.No The external lesson may mowing or discing lightly. A mulch ne.', rest County

minerals of vitnmlnes are lost ed successfully with simple local should be kept on the land duringthe Immokalee of the, the Jacksonville beautiful Y.summer M. C. I hikes, athletics, aquatics, afternoon Ship Your Poultry and Eggs To Us. We Assure You Top
from fresh fruit. treatments. Carbolated oinment, dry season of October and No. camp swim, supper, games and boating, Market Prices and Prompt remittance.
Pe lings of apples, pears, grapsa glycerin, or oil can bo applied to order soil A. on Lake Brooklyn, 12 mile campfire, tent devotions, taps. The
ember in to conserve the
:I plums arc good for mastication, for soften the nodules, and after an which i I southwest of Starko opens its session last comes at 9:30: o'clock. We Will Pay You For Next Weeks ShipmentHENS 3lc
moisture that is in the land
I cleaning teeth, for bulk. hour or two may be removed by ii needed so badly by the trees. A of five periods on June 21. Boys who have school work to per lb., EGGS White 30c per Dozen Delivered.
when it must be The I Construction of two new cabins continue it at
water.
Cook fruit ( washing with warm strip on both sides of the row of do this summer may SPRINGFIELD POULTRY CO.,
this total of cab.
the
cooked) in a small amount of wa- affected parts may then be treated trees should be cultivated all year brings the camp, competent male instructors Jacksonville 20 E. 8th St. Florida
young
ter, covered tightly, and only until with tincture of iodine. I Ins to 11, thus making it possible having been placed in charge _

tender. Due very little sugar; add The disease is contagious and the summer long. to handle from eight to ten boys Visitors, especially parents, are

it just before removing from fire. houses, drinking vessels and feed I EGG MARKETING PROJECT | in each log house In each of the welcome at the camp at any timeif yooooo<>ooooooooooooooo<3

Only one-half the uhual quantity is troughs should be kept disinfected. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY five 12-day periods. Others improvements arrangements are made before. to Comfort and r
Adding
then necessary. Chicken pox vaccine is sometimes have and will be added hand, although boys must not be '
Dried fruits have much less vitamin I used, but with varying results. Starke, Fla.-The Starke Chamber I for the further convenience and taken away from camp activities. Good Cheer of the Home 4 .
Amrtto. read Intro dOTUiau .U ..
Bud
than fresh fruits. They are -- -- of Commerce Is backing an pleasure of the boys. The camp committee follows: C. ea.,6rr.1; pour hmMi to e in'*'-........to ItsHiraunuou :" a d
than I marketing plan fostered by j I Hundreds of boys were strengthened S. ,aloe Ktm foe th. often less easily digested, RURAL COMMON SENSE egg I A. Hoyt, chairman; Judge W. .njor bl out mon Uv bl.. tad -- ,.-....
fresh fruits. They are comparatively R. F. Ward, county agent, and I It j in body and revived in spirit Crlswell, D. A. Deen, Frenk E, =: U bang of th.nan houwhald.
Farmers Themselves Can do Much will be during the annual camping season P. .
cheap. is expected that eggs marketed Wood, chairman boys' work committee I
Dried fruits should be thoroughly To Help Improve Rural Life. by this: plan in a short time. last year. The majority of those ; C. S. Pike, president! C. J., pUSHERWINWILLIAMS

washed, then soaked in luke. The organization will furnish who participated in last year's educational Jackson general secretary and Fen-
Johnson
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Spuds
(By
cooked the and mar. physical, mental and devotional executive. i
warm water, and tightly "Farmers themselves can do cases pay express ner E. King, camp L :LYaJ
covered in the same water in which much to improve rural life." Thatis ket the eggs for a charge of 5 activities will renew acquaintance .
they noaked. Sugar is usually cents a dozen. with tho camp this sum
voro the innocent; little statement I find THERESSATherossa tf th fofftcml. well finUh to..... A flat which b
If used. add only \Mr. Ward will endeavor to a mer. -
not necessary. dLurinc.WMhc cUui without wry .
saw in the news the other day. It ermkinz ) fraah in meter
a small quantity just before removing good market, and has been offereda Camp Immokalee was established I ai.- d.mtNinoa umpmcionably. MOM wnJtary. ta m,
down in one corner, buried other wall finuh.For .
was away May 28.-Mr. and !Mrs or
from fire. Much flavor and special express rate to Jacksonville because boys like to camp out, because emu, Marnot VamUh. FloorUe
for tK
But it attracted *Airnlnir All
value are lost In ovei cooking. Cook up, you might say. if tae: business handled justifies every city boy needs and has C. A. Youngblood, and daughter; Shefwin-wiUuunt product of hi.hMC quality and mxlLmam.You .

only enough to make trailer. Usu my attention I believe, it set is mo worth to it. Poultrymen of the county a right to a taste of life in thc Mrs. E. K. Powell, were business wall will.b..*InMrwud*t our.toe*in. th. t fount* d..l..n..nd FUtTommah
and
the juice. Raw fruits, for those old thinking, will bo urged to produce good quality open, because ho needs the give- visitors to Starke Saturday.
enough or well enough to digcat thinking more about. eggs, and will deliver them in | and-take of living with other boys. Mr. and Mrs. Watson Lee, of For Sale By

them, are bent. When people in town have some Starke on Tuesdays and Fridays. i The purpose of the camp is to pro. Miami, are spending this week
condition they want remedied, they I here with Sir and Mrs. D. J. Phil-
I
Dates, figs, prunes and raisins do not go about tho countryside Announcement of the plan has vide an out'.rg! that will contribute JONESLumber

are rich in iron. to help them out. -- -- lips.Miss
asking somebody Ida Hagan, was shopping in
Bananas, alligator pears and They "roll their sleeves" and gH'
up fI Hampton Saturday.
plums are rich in energy value. to work. And the chances are good r D. W. \Moore was a prominent & Supply Co.
lemon grapefruit, and tomato
Orange, ,
want.
that they will get what they visitor to Palatka Wednesday.
are especially rich in vitam Of course the farmer's problem Mr. Sam Swindell and family, of

in. are much more complicated than I ><)OOOOOC)( -

HAMILTON COUNTY AGENT are thosn of his city neighbors, butit I

HELPS MAINTAIN $:;0.000 does seem that a little more of

HOG INDUSTRY IN COUNTY tho spirit of "rolling up his sleeves United States Tires are! Good Tires
and going to work" would be to the r

Jasper, Fla.-County Agent J. J. farmer's advantage. And of course :

Sochrcst hns lined 24.:>,000 cubic the farmers should work together !

centernu'tcrB of hog cholera serum ns do his city neighbors. When they
and vacinatcd over 8,000 hogs want a thing done, they don't go at GREAT NEWS !

against cholera in the last eight it one at a time, each ono by him

months. Thin \Is at the rate of 1- self. They get the crowd behind
000 hogs u month. Tho! average thorn and soon push their projectover. BUICK Authorized Service For Those Who Want

cost of the vaccination when per. .
formed by the Hamilton county From time immemorial, the farmer leads the world I Low*Priced Dependable Tires

agent 1 as been 11 1-2 cents per has been used to having everybody
hog. but fu-Tilers tell him what to I I'I' Get out of your mind the idea that you

It 111 cHthnitted that this is from I' da and how to do it. It is just possible :: I Experienced owners would I' have to buy un-trade-marked, unwarranted

40 to 1 BO> cents i-hcaper per hog than that tho farmer has fallen too father have an ordinary car with or mail order tires in order to get tires at a

what a veterinarian would charge much into the habit of dependingon good service facilities than abetter I. low price.

for the same work, and thus the J other people and not asserting with service. r You can buy from us today
farmers of the county have been i I himself enough. If tho city folk car poor

saved a considerable sum. However, I i' had I been used to sitting around But the ideal combination is I

the greatest benefit from tho work I I and letting other people work out; Buick and Buick Authorized 1

has come from tho fact that formers ,I their problems for them, they merit / .USCG
of the county know that they I I might be in just about as bad fixesat Service-a car of highest backed I ,,

can get the work done for this times as the farmer gets in. But -built right-and then

price, and have therefore raised they don't wait for other peopleto by world-wide,organized main-
more hogs!: than they would haveif take pity on them. They look out tenance of the highest efficiency.You Balloons, High-Pressure Cords or Fabrics *:
they had had to pay the much for themselves.It a better price than you pay for tires in thfe
"uncertain" class.
higher prices. It is estimated that will not be as easy for farmersto are near Buick Authorized

the hog industry in the county solve their problems as it is fur Service, wherever you happen V;>ery USCO Tire bears the name and trade

would have been curtailed, to theextt.nt city people, and possibly these problems to be.BUICK. The USCO BALtoON mark of the United States Rubber Company

of $50,000 had the higher can't be solved by farmers u'heftdoom..orurd.t.n a low o.ic. Flat hlih+houb and is full Yd.ndn..d.sroose.nbl..nrd warranted. And more real tire
prices been in effect. I alone, but "farmers themselvescan MOTOR CO., FLINT MICH.LAKE full b.llooocuihtonlni value than you would get from a lot of tires
Another consideration Is the fact do much to improve rural life." Dw.r../w-.I M._ c.- conMructlim..ft.I living I lona urvic*.C.r. at a higher price.
I fit raa turn. tr.J a nurk and
veterinarian might not have full.ana"ofth.UDiIM&5_
that a
available when need I STATE VETERINARIANTO RubbM. Cempur, ...... '_-.s._ .
always been HELP VACCINATE DICK _.. _....
\ill 1 eBeff I
in the
of hogs
ed, and some the HOGS IN BRADFORD Ii
might have been lost to i For Sale By
county .. .. .
n Mae _A ...t..A.
before tChr I
precautionary haVE I
ravages of cholera Starke, Arrangements .....
I Bad Wlll b..a Ttrm
measures could have been been made with the state livestock ; :
J. W.
taken. sanitary board by R. F. Ward ANDREWS

\ county agent, whereby the boar
SOREHEAD OR CHICKEN POX will send a veterinarian to Ural. CITY BUICK COMPANYJ. STARK12, FLA.

This disease,-sometimes;;;;; '; classified II ford county ono week a month t< M. Smith, Manager.
causes considerable! vaccincte hogs against cholera.
as diphtheria wit' both, young stock and Mr. Ward has been doing semi,t Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties
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FRIDAY MAY 28, 192ft BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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SCHOOL BOARD W.rr.n. Issued during month .... ant* In above styled ..\.. that tho above known to tm"I.lnant. the aervtci. that proems cannot be served upon sak i 1 f cute the contract and alv. bond rs>. ''th.. Southrsnt .".rt.r. nil of Section 14, ,

MET IN= SESSION May 1. 11(26_ _____ __. 6841DUtriet d.rend.n. nor either, of them, can b lid. subpoena upon whom would bind the> eor..lon for th. failure of said cor< quired. and I fown.hip A, South. Kanite 20 Raat, and :
No. found In Bradford Coun. Florl la. or either of th.m. and thai: "I.t offl. or appoint .nt..nd i 1 I I The right f ..ro to reject any I th* Northwent anartr of the Northeantquarter >
d..f.nd.n. I .
1.1 Apri 1. ID28 ._n.. __... 130 "9 that Cm"I.ln.nt ". aearch belleed by complainant. that the owing to the failure, of said .n."or.*' all bl" .no Nnrtheant qunrter of tn* f' I \
Board met in regular session,, month .... 12.18 and the residence of all BalddcfvndantB I named d.t.n".nt. interted' In thr> lions to have within the State of Floridian 1'tana anil. *peclflcattona ma* b Beenat I Nort ". quarter of Sect inn 21, Town- I /
Warrant. iniiuvd during month 2750Unl. and place of buniaeaa, of above officer whom the off .of the County Fneln..and I I hip 6, South. Itanwp 20 Kaat.: nttiiat\ \
with I property Involve*! In this and complainant or agent procoai' .
3 all
May 1920 members, I May 1, li 26 __nn. _____ 11557DUtrlrt defendant .0rp.r.U.1 and having been allege that he d..11. m>t know,., can be nerved, and that upon there Is no p.ron 1 I mpU the e of the plane of the may' .b for $B.00 from I: lying ami, b"ln. in Ir.'r.1 County. ftor \

present vlzt L. W. Kickliter G. M ". 15.Bui. unable to ascertain' the aavte, anil same I and by dilitrent search and In qulry ha*i In the State of Florida tb .service of s', secretary ,. lila. In- and they .. ordered' tit appear
the
April 1. 11 J* _,____n___.__ 108 61UiTi'llitt bring to Complainant uaknown. not been able to ascertain any upon whom would bind said e.0"o.t.n. -. I .c."y. C..I..r ap..lfr.ton.) .. tn the Hill of Complaint t.I.d In thl .
J. A. \V8 'h..th. .Ir.n. obtained the I
and din. from
Inman I during, month __ nWnrrnut The Ilradfnrd: County Tifc ..1.. b..ro | OH into or btToro the? Seventh dar of.Tunt
h.n. I I .."h a I of (tho ..1.1 drfenHnnt*. whom. an*, residence and It alno ."p.arln. fr. t.#1 for IS.00 ..t. .
lMucd month .... per *. I'V.'rt. .the hi'ing Hullliny,
Minutes of last meeting read an-1 I "rlnl .kly newspaper. plbh.hr I tn or plnee of buntmvii in .1..0 ft"i nworr 11 nf comrtnlnt th.. ,. cause K. S \TTUKWS name .
l Mn> 1 iflyt* ___ 11329DUtriet of Siarke. Is 1 otherwUe 'the of tho Hill of
1111 I Ir..r "unty. 'Irll. unknown, is dead or all>e>, or "I.- that the .le.n... of the defendant* then* .1."al.na
approved as read. No. J.nnl I' hereby "., th "W.I ., in tance or not. and It Is allevid in ''h.sworn i In named, t.wlt. Florida Rail, mutt Onmpan A. KUTOH, Ch.lr.nC. 'Complaint, uill h. t.krn .* confi*aeil, byt I II
It was agreed that Bradford I April 1.1B26 ___ __._ ___ 4R.W which this notice b plbl.ho for I bill of romplalnt thnt he .. there> enrvnrntlnn Csin 8ilanWeek Se t tht* |urtii'. di'f*'mlnnt and each of them.
I rrtary ,
Slrl.kl.n.1
.* .. during month _._ _n SAM: four ci.n..mth. weeks. tire prmnn* and corporations. InU Week h Florhl. .2.8t81.OTICR I in further ordered that a eopy oftbl \.
school building would be sold 01 Wnrranta tailed during month ____ That in the event aaid defendants should .rested In fn.! property ln\nl\ed In i Railroad I..n. corporation. order lie piiMUhiMl. once each week for

the first Monday In June. Hul. Mny 1 I. ll 2ft __n.n 82.3flDUtriet not apiHiir at the time and place atwve thin ," whose a.I.1 name, Rc'. ret Me. nee or 1 T Souter Coml..nv.anil John.McKnr*. trustee J.mO*. eunii cut\\r\ wivka In the tlradfordI I '
1. .
J No. 17. dirvcted that di-crtv pro-eonfensu shall l plnre Is unknown to Thn .florid and Immigration ) I County THegrnph." n newspaper. of general
eomplan-
The budget. as hereto attached( April 1. 10.16 __ 4251 >ntt>rc4l In this awainit hl.ln. I..ne .m. cirrulnilnn published In the County ofHrndfnrd.
n.1 n..n ratine you or .nt. and, In said bill relief la rtravrtlAfffiinnt 1 i imny. a .nr"r.tlon. John P Advertlaement Relating to I.net !
adopted. \.I"ta, during month n _u__ 1920 of you .sn fail to appear. I Mitch known and unknown defendant Adnm I*. ., Mitrkey.M.b.C.ln To Whom ItMny Concern : Notice. Pol.l. Stalo of Florida, prior to the
was iwnut-d tlurlnir month Done and ordered at Starke, Florida. nt>nttnte of June 7th, 1926.AVitnes t.r".r t.
I *. persons, firm and II Chlplf* J Cnin Sylvlan Chlpley by tlven thnt. *. 1A4M1' to
The following bills were audited Hnl May I. 1"Vfl .__ PI.70DUtriet in Ch.mb.this 6th d of M. 1926.i I THFRFORI It la or..d.0r".r.l.n.per hi* wlfo Jnme* Chplo.. ami John MoRafl UftOO InolusK" *.t'lr.of 1..1.1. 1.' Fir lndrrwritem. my hnnd and tho neat nf th*

No. IS. i i A. V. LONG named In I] a Tnmt.-o* for Thn RnllroadCompnnv. M ranch of National Flru InaCo. until Court in the City of Starko. County
ordered paid : 1 .nd erl..r.lon. I Fln.hl.
and Hill. April I. lit JO I Hrndfiiril, State of
78Ki of Flnrldil. 6th
,424 D. E. KNIGHT Judae on the
,
tM'* tf orIf a John TT Mnrkrv of Hartford, for their vallil*
Starke t..ho. teaching. n____ $500.00 .u'pt' during month __ _.__n_ ,50.40 S.o Complainant. 5-7-61-6-4 dead n.tl., .not Ivln. I." then.I.t.n.hi*, her and Thoma* .on.o.atlon.I. M.rk. of fty the "Irln. a duly authorised 1 dny of May, A. D. 10U6.O. .

Tr.n.praUon. __- __ ......__ 865.00 WurnmU, insufd during month 1041Unl I I :their or irK heir I *, doviner*. .1 leimteen gmntee : I' the entnte of John l Mrkev aImlnl.trtnr. diTenoedJnmcf .o.nt.r.l.n.tu.b.n. awcnt* bave been ,luL W. ALDFRMAMiSKM.
IneW ___ __ fl.85 Anrll' 1 I. 1 182R Vi.SJ rsUllLh.. TO I>hllTOKS: AND CKEDTTORS
I. Wbe.ln. n. n *. auccnMora and ..i ten*, and tn all Sparkman. n..h..t J. Goodwin. Since these policie* have not been regularly .) Tlcrk of tho Circuit Court
H. WluKlna salary _._ _.__ 20000t Bradford County. firm* and .n."r.lon., havingor V. John. M.rh* 'til* wife. counuriirned. l".iietl nr ..."unl' for.
W. Kieklller. board net-vice 4 20 Slat* of Florida.I I' p.rnn. J. C POPPRI.L.Solicitor .
I el.lmln. anv Int..t to those ISI.a the *ald Gnn .ln. minor nor any prrmfuma received bythi
J. A. Wmiilin. bard aervlee _n.____ 6.20 I hereby certify tliat the foregoing' ntnte* Notice Is h..ht.t all or.lln. r,.rt aln *. pareoln. or t rnrVp of landIvfnff I la .J..h.1 V.I.lo.t.. .Oeorwin. Compiiny., they will be valueleaa and for Complninant B78t4
G. M. Inmnn boar service ___ ___ 4.00 mont of the receipt* and dtuburapmenta: of i Leirateea, p..ona h..ln. I and b.ln. In Bradford eounty Stntcof llfl TC. North Street, unknown i Mild In tbo harwta of whomsoever they
M. I- Haul .hln. _. _. 8250 tho fund of Bradford county for the month .1.lm auatnst the eatato of Mary B. known and described at fol'I.t than the rtwlilmce. ..f.1 nmy, fH and any clnim thereundrr' would' NOTICK FOU BIDS
Bank of Stark a. ._ n__. 70 (tMBnnk of April, "!'J6, U true and correct to I gbsm. deceased are hereby miuired, to 10..Forida.t .. ". anil thnt there in no pr.nn.ln J..hrl lllrgal anil, f..hh'nt, If f.und! they Sialed Ttfd* will b* received by the

of S1.rk. note* ____ 26riO.uO I the bent of my knowledge and belief.H. ;I present the same duly authenticated to tho at an Iron haft In the ren tho Staff. of Flnrlila. the Her vice of ub- should be. ".t.rn"l Rout hern oro Hoard of Hunt) Trunteof HradfordCounty.
Brador County Bank note. 2400.00 I B.ill eounty Judge of Bradford Cunly. Florida. n..fnnln. foot known n* Sun- tH>rna upon whom winiM bind **.ld defenilKtit 1 of the Company at Columbia. South ._ Hnrlda. at thu of fie* of th* Uotviary -
Strk". Int. __h.n____ 76.7! Superintendent of I nut ructionNOTICE Within one year or this, wi be held i demon I.r .Rroad. which.t.t.shaft I la set 94 f.tan.1 *, and that I I la believed hv theCompln'nnnt hna. Nn claim of any nnture purport'ma of thi* Itimrd. at Siarke. Florida, an*
Prom Suba I In bar thereto, all .. Indebted le W t of the tbat Rnld immed defendant to be bated ipnn them will be recognised til 10-00 o clock A. M. of June Ut, 1926I
Mr. Pltu. Janitor. 6 ____nn__ 750 I OF PUBLICATION I to Bald Et.t. ..ne. required to pay th.lr.al" Northwest 4 In.h.corner more of or the *Southeast* <* quarter whoe rettltfencra' and Hire* .. unknown j by the Company. The public .I please I nd *t that tltns publicly opened for tb*

Anthony Moor*, janitor. 6 ___.n_. 7.50 hwith to the undorl"nedAdministrator. of Northeant of Sietlnn Thirtvft I to eomnlalnnnf. a* tb ilefonilflfit take notice AccordinglyCOLONIAL i purchase of On* Ford Touring1 Car.
Teacher*, _. S25.OflToucher D of tho Interior.J. S. Land I QI.rt.r. wrl KIKE 1 the
t.hln. h ".rtm"nt < ? Gno wln. minor, are lNDERWRIR Tim Hoard reserve* right to rejeet
hln Five < South RanKoTwrntyon n..I.n
RA
< ( ). Town
.
c
t..hln. 8 ...._hn.. 66000J Office at GalneBvllf. Florida Mny 22. 1921. I Thin the 29th day of April m 11. In I Interested th. pror erty Involved In this I Pranch of NatUmal .* 0 any and all bills
W. W.tte.on. w."r __ ____ 40.00W. Serial No. 020023.Notico I E. S. MATTHEWS, ((21F..t. Fant run ofunlrt suit, and thnt complainant doe* not know Hartford. Uy SIIHLI[ UIIlP 4h 1 B. 3. MATTHEWS.
E. Thornton. Janitor 3 ___. .. 6500 I la ht-reby glvon that Atlicrt MilIrr 4-flO-f>t62RAdminlatrator.. Southeasterly dl.tlon on In. and ha* not been nblo to ascertain whether t101.r.1 Airenta 1 Chairman.

J. W. Moruan, crayon. 8 ___,_ 6.75 of Rtnrke. Kloridn. who In October I of Lot San Three demon<3 rae> of M Sllh".t ((3)) a* any of *ald known nVfondnntn, ..dend O i, 4.23.4t.I.1. Columbia, 8. C j C A. FUTCH.
J. W. Morttnn, A ___ .. Jo.k T.P
crayon nOn .M t 102n. mado hom.t..d entr. No. NOTICB TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS i alive other than H<*rehell Goodwin, Secretary 4-8ft.fit.5-a*
J. W. Mortran. book* 1 _____ __ 1.40 020021. for North half of h..t I I per map or plat of .ln.a reeorded I minor. I
H. G. Alderman, trans. ._______ ._ 1000 Southeast quarter of Nnrtheant and In Plat book One ((1)), on pair I| Th..fo. It IB ordered that tru ntd NOTICR OP ELECTION I
Qu.rt.r the reeordn of
of
lank of Starke, tnimfor _____--_... 8.10 Nortbeaut uunrtcr of Northwtatt quarter.Sort 1 For..th. ((41)). Florida,publ... run Enutj ; known defendant* wnn art* rieretnfnrennmerf fty the "n..r vented In th.m. T Board Oltl'KK VOU I'l'IIUCATION'
County Bank transfer __11SO.84 I Ion 2, Township 6 aouth Rantre. 23Eflt. I (n.nt" In thin of Public Instruction of Cir
Notice U hereby given that all Thirty-one decree* north. being atrli'hr order. If Ifvlne;. and If dend Ir.oor Cunt. In Circuit Court. Glithth Judicial
Bank of Starke not 3 _.._____ _. 75500 Morld'en.' hftN filcNl, erllo" j all I Florida, ben'by rail*
rnUah. nnticc Legate***, Distributee* and all pe.ona ann-le with said. Snnderson romt. tnt II "arl..1.lmln. Intercut under the safd .h..lon. bld cuit. Hradford County. State of Florida. !
Bank of St.rk. Int. 3.___________ 22.03 of Intention to make Th..y..r proof, Ing ol.lm. atialnst the Estate of W. M. t I the Eaiit line of quarter of kno.n and namr .,.f.ndnnta afnren There being no further business to i.tablttth rlmm to the land above d<*ncrlb- H..I. d..r. are hereby required t Norh.a.t* Inn Thirty- dereanM or oth.rl.* and thnt all t>erHonii houBiB. In the following named .district K l-vac-nrk.
t>d, Clurk Circuit (' Hr Starko, Norh..t q.nrp. .Id *, to eli-ft thren <>* each and a*
tbat be .
b.tor authenticated or in- Iru.t. fitmplnlnant.H
the board adjourned to meet first I 0.r. pr..nt duly I I ( Townnblp Five ((5>. Smith. Ran j i
Flnrlila on the 8th dny of July 1926.Clnimtint the Count* Judtre of Bradford County.Florida 181. ((21)) Eaitt. thi-nee run North. i tc-ret 1 In thf* property involved in this I a.*s the millnKe for th.etiMiiIng two yeari

Monday in June 192C. nnmrtt wit n....: Within one year or this notice I I tn T.rnt.nn.Northeast corner nf said Thirty I I suit rloMCrlbed .* follow* Ivlnir and being I For the> purpose of bnl.ln. said .liftIonIn H. Itiimilton, and Ltm M. Hamilton*

.j, A. 8. Strl.kl.n". of SturUo. Florida. will be held In bar tho.'t. And all persons >*tx (Aft)I. thenre W.**t .Ion.S'rlon line nf In n.a.t"r fount*. Florida, tn-wlt pach district trm manaufrsare his wife.
.'.m.. S. Aufttln. nf Rlnrke, Florida. Indebted to .. eatate are ruir I said, Section to snld Sandernon Road. thence i I T. W.t half of the Snuthweur qunrtrror appulntt'd, follows tCann I>ef tulanttiIf

S. A. L. ROUTE Joe GrlfrU. Starke, Florida.K. to I... their *ald dfbfa forthwith t Fart of South, along the line of *al"! Action I n 2 and.1rl> Fnnt half of theSnutheaMt : M.na..r. 11 J. AI.I.m.n. I appearing by affidavit appendtil *
I SiutRoe, of Starkt. KlorlilaGEOKGB undersigned Administratrix.This to Randenon Road, thence Print of quarter Section P. all In I O A Iderman and Hen Kortnrr. the bill riliil In tho above-mated raiaM
Reports of unusual Interest to C. CROM the 20th Day of April ? I South, .' the Ent lino of .. Samlrrrnn I I Townnhlp Pit South. t.n.. 20 Fnnt. cnn- R.rl, Maniitt.. .1 K: Rosier. JaaR that U. II Hamilton and I-on M. IImlUton.
,
Florida comes from Birmingham, -- n. 1t."I.t. MRS. BULAH HARRELL. I Road"no to point of biMtlnnlnn : E,crptfnir t.lnlne 10 acre* mo. !I.<*. : he and.1I I Ja. CaaklnaGraham his wifi*. the defemtiints thtrreln nan**
4-30-9t-8-2B. Administratrix. and renorvlng from the above d..lh..1! reqnlrrfl to nppenr to the : Manatiem, John Surreaey I ed are non-reidi-nt- of the State of Florid
relative t the Seaboard Air Line'splans the following pieces. TO-WIT ; I iY iYo 'Ir: t filed In *nld I ratine, on orI D. W a(id In and C. Fogg. and the r <*ldence of th* defendants

for its contemplated route to NOTICE NOTICE One-balf I.nd. In Northeast eornrr of salilSection I .. the 7th Hay of Juno. A. D. 1.1 River t M.na..r. J. R. Adkla* and ench of them are unknown, and ar
I In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Cir Thirty-six. < 81. and also Lot 4. t m*. otherwise the .n.at.n. of *ald. n Ren f me and G. W Andrew*, over tint A e of twenty-one years ; Ik *

the north from the lower Florida cuit. Bradford County Florid.. In Chan- In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit I 6. 6 and West half of lota 7, 8. 9 of Block I 1 will taken an ; bit Rampaon ; Manager*. C. I). U.wn. J. L tbtre.foro ordereil that aaid non-realilont
Tt I further orderetl that thl order b Wynn and M. Varnea. defendant be and hereby requireil t*>
West Coast linkink up its lines between I..r. County Florida. In Chan Three (f8AI.o lota One and Two, an<1 : are
L Green. Braato Green. In her own Dr.dtur I Wet half of lota Eleven. and Twelve ofRtnck once a week for fnur eonnerutlve Hampton ; Manager*. A. A. Purdea. appear to tho bill of complaint filed 11
Jacksonville and River Junction and Q. M. Green her huaband .er.S. In the Rrailfnrd, Count Tel .. 0 unit) before Monday, tho 14thdny
R. Johns, Four ((4), of *nld man or plat. w..k I nwhorn and J. V. Jonea.7iff rau*<* on or
Savannah and Montgomery I and next friend. Ella MInton In her I Do aopear to tho bin of entnnlsint filed .. puMfiherf In PradfonlCounty. I'r. : Manaiter*. It.: P. I wto. W.L uf June. A I>. liUfl. otherwise the)
own right and by J. M. Minton her .Compl.ln.nt in said cause, on or before the Seventh day Forlo. wl* and S. Pr..ot. J alienation* of ssld bill will be taken Mcimfrnd
Atlanta and Birmin ham. A Birmingham husband and next friend. Kt.la) Hfn v.E"warl I .. Kth dny of Ma,. A. O. L W. KlCKLITRTtIT. by saiii defendant*.
on In her own right and by G. W. Hln N Dickenon. et al.. of Jln. A. D. 198. othrrwlne the allcuatlon 1920. R WIOOIN3. Ch.lrmaaSecretary. It I* further ordered that thl* order be
newspaper assert it has on hpr h.b.nd and net friend Clifford D.ren"an. | of the bill wi b taken .confeetlavalntit A. V. LONO. 4-9.6t--7 publlnhed once a week for four eonsee**
Hill Title and
to Remove Cloud
Information the Seaboard has purchased I Rnhme In her own right and by G Quiet you .f.I.< *. tive week* In the llrntlford County Tula*
W. Rhm. her burtband and next friend Other R.lo. I Is further ordered thnt thin notice be | r. M. JOTTN-I, irraph. a newnpaper piibliHherl In aaid cuua*
the Tennessee Alabama & A l.ff Heldht In her own right Order of service by notice pull.l. once a week for Four consecu Sollrltor for Complalniint. R7Bt4 NOTICR'Notice 1y and Stnti*.
Georgia Railroad for incorporation I Otta Heldht her husband and known and unknown publo.Uon. I ,, In the Bradford County, Trie- I Thl* Mi.y Ifltli, 1026O.
friend. t from the "ndan. of it."h. a weekly newspaper of generalcltfrulation. == : of unlit of $28.000 00 Six Per Cent W. ALDERMAN
in this route. The Seaboard recent I net I sworn.p".rln.of complaint allegations in the above I J111.h.d In Starke, Bradford NOTICRTn Special Tav School' Piiitrlct. NumWre.t SKAT.) Clerk Circuit CutirtIly

ly acquired the South Georgia rail* I "Compl.ID.n. cause that the ."e. residence or place of .nlnt,. I Circuit Court. Pracfford, County, FTorMa F1.htrn. of Dr.dt"r County. Florida C. A. KNIGHT
heEltthth .
WITNESS, the Honorable Jmltre of Tn Chaneery.A. .
llod. Clerk,
Edward Dickeraon. Deputy
huHlness of the N.
Edward N. at. -
road operating between Adel Ga., D.kern. a Charlea d.rvne.n.Nicholdn.. Charles HNlcklea. I Judicial Circuit Court alo O. W. Ttmnent, Hereby notice In given thnt tbo Runrd KVAN F.VANHSiilirltor
1 Df.nd.ni I. Clerk and the Sesl. of thl.COlr. Complainant' nf Publlo Initmotion. of Bradford for 4-Bt--ll..
and Hampton Springs, Florida via BUI to Quiet Title and Othor 8..1. N.kl. Florida Railroad te.rm.r" Bradford County. Cnu"I' Cumptalnant
Company, a corporation. The Florida Land Rtarke. Fo.- 1..1.1. will receive .,'al.1 hlit* .
Perry and If it has also obtained Relief. and Immigration Company, a corporation. ., the 5th day of M... A. n Laura Pi- Tnm..nn. rt al. piirebaflo of 926,000 00 Spec' In) Tat B<'Imi. ,l
Order of lervlce by notice C. W. ALDERM\N
the railroad known in puble.ton. C. M. Hopkina and Mary A. his ltrlct Numliered .FI.bl.n.( of Bradford
Tennessee Hopkins
I t known and unknown de.nd.n. 1 wife, G"ne D Jonex, Pnvld Jones ..n,1O.lnnl. (SEAL) Clerk. Bull to quiet Title and Remove ( d. County, Florida, or b.ro. theexpiration NOTU'K OK APPMCATIUN FOR TAX

Alabama and Georgia as the "Tag' It appearing from .1..ton. of Jo his wife, Wm. C. Temple, A. S. CREWS.Solicitor Tn the known and unknown d.f.nd.nt. of thirty day from the 7th dny DKKI) UNOKK 8KCTION 57S OPTHR

line new construction will be necessary I the cauiie Bworn tbat bill the of age.complaint realdence or .bv'I William C Temple.. Simon J. Temple, EL. for Complainant 8-7-81-64 Tn trm above. al.lr t D...t.Thompson e. to-wit t Lur., DnThornrm. of M. A. D. m'A at the office of the ftKNFKAI. STATUTES
.m.url -
S P. Ktrksfy, John T. Sesco PeromeParkhunt I..r. ff
nt nf I'uhllc I nut ruction
to the Seaboardwith of bunlnofla of the defendant* EJward N.Dlckemon Thompson her tiunbanrl. M 1..rlnt.n.l. Notice U hnnliy given thnt N O Wain*
provide M. C. Samuel C. Lane.J n .
.mln. .
I W.bb. ,. at
and Caroline Dtckeraon bUwlfa. NOTICE e.t FI.rl.I. N..rk. t'l.r.
Mary Ir.oord
D. McLemore. J. K. Rarle. Jr. J. C. T. f). I.nov. snd nn. Ca* wrlnM. purrlinnfr i>f Tn* Certificate Nfc
a Jine from Tampa to Chattanooga ,I The Florida Land and Immigration Ed.... John"C. Edie. T. W. Pitta, Thomas nnva and son Ourkenhelmer. Samuel 10. 214. dnted the |rl dny of July, A. D*
the Florida State Company a .o".tlon. Elijah Root and W. Pitt Roberta. HuMnh In the Circuit Court. Eljrhth' Judicial n Fluuhbnrd, Catallnd A. nrayblll, ntd. UniuU ..to lie dfU* .il July Int. 102fl MHI2, hns filial snlil eertlflrat* In my office v It
says Jeet Root wie. Ir A. Hough. Fer8unon > Wm.* Ch.rh.C. Jones, Ellas Webb. Ir.! Circuit. Bradford County, Florida. In Catallna A. Craybltt. If alive and If dead.their and' are to bo In ".no"ln.th.n. of f''t.. and ha* mmk* appllcatltm f r tan deed
Chamber of Commerce. Duncan Railroad Company v.t. LvI 00000 each, and. to hear Interest at the.rntf
.. J. H. If living, Chancery. unknown helm devtneea, legatee* or to Itwuo In acconlnnc t with Inw. Suld cer*
The Tennessee Alabama & o"or.tlon. Charlea John Smith Mar* exl.t.n.e. Bh.kwol".r.unknown to .ompl.ln.nt. W. P. nitreath and C. A. Marts. ...nt.*. and tn all ".rl. h.vln. or who of alx per cent per annum payable, tificatv embrace! trm following draerlbeil
B-eret Smith. Alonto WIHIard. If Ivlno. or and that th...1. In the Stale Complainant, *.. may rlnlm, to h vj anr rl.ht. nr Interents at'ml-anaimlly, on thf. int. day of January property, siluutrd] In Hradf rfl County,
Georgia is a lino ninety-one milt-a .xltn.e. are all unknown t cm- I of Florida, .known n pernon complainant the v* or etate .In and to following "Do July of rach year, with Intercutrniipona Ftnrlda. (o-wlt :

in from Chattanooga pl.tn.n. that there la no penon In I service of subpoena t whom would Florida and A Immigration Company, a drucribed ?I..d., tn-wlt t tAll e.Uehed Tlie principal" and In 7 1-2 Acre* In Kant hnlf of Nortbweat
length operating the State of Florida I known to complainant I bind the said a upon, or either of them | Corporation et ..1."f'ndnn. of Block 2ft. In what I I. known and., terent of ..1. l.n.la .. pnyable at thn quarter of Southcnnt quarter lra N rti

to Gadaden Ala., and it io *, the lervlee I of a aubpocne upon whom and W. F. Nicklee d.f.nd.nt.of 6003 Haxol Avenue j recorded In th. Puhlle n.ora nf Urad- Hanover the City .n.1 thn 2 acre* SIT t Inn tJ. Township A, 8outaRanin

reported the Seaboard would extend would bind the.. d.r.nd.n.! or either I West Philadelphia. State of : I t. QuI"Title. ford (..nt State of a* LivingMonTrtiby Slate of Ne. York. 23 KiMt, A acre*.
of them and tbat It U be1! evert by corn and that it Is believed by 1'.nn.ylnnl.complainant Tt appearing by sworn bttl of enmplntnt A Company** Addition to tho Thn amount of bn.l. offered for *ali' InIJfl Thn said lanil being aiuieNiicd at tb*)

it from Dadsdcn to Tredegar, Rlalnantfl that the named d.f.nd.n. are that the named defendant are Interested filed In the aboveentitle, which eaueIn > Town of St.rk. Florida. a* the *am. .p nno.00 and the .. of nld bomln, dnte> of the iMiianre of such certificate)
( In the property thin In the property Involved In this suit and one to remove cloud) from title and tnquint pear* of record In Deed Book 1ft Pniro shall he payalilo ".00000 the lt day of In thn namn of John Culver Unle** ealelcertlffcalf
Ala., on its rminlham i iline. ',ault and complainant allege that they complainant allege* that he doe* not know ,, the title nf the .om"I.ln.l. fo the nf the R'pr of Peed In and f"r Bradford July rach year, b."lnnln. with, 1027. and, Hhnll b* redeemed accortllnaTInw >

The Seaboard already oper- j do not know, and by dlltirent Bcareh and and by diligent search and inquiry lint I.nd. that are described In the ..1.1 l bill of I e..nl Fn.hl. rn"n., with 1\51 11.1.. l. accffiitml tnt dieil wjll iue thvrenn nn the 14Uadv
Inquiry have not been able t ajieertain not been able to ascertain whether of om"I.lnt. that the Sheriff of BradfordCounty. V.t. .. ates brant.hEs from RichTand, Ga., whether any of the laid d.r.nd.n. whnaeire. | the said defendant whose a .. residence any Florida .made return upnn the You and each you ...hereby required thirty .r. from the 7th dny of MnyA my official nliinatur* and] aesjthla

on its Savannah-Montgomery lnel| realdenee or place buclnvea la al- or place of bu.ln.a IB alleged a* unknown | summon In Chaneery duly )..",| In *aldcaue. to be and) appear .fn. tho Judirit of the D. ID2*. Al blddire are required' tndeponlt the 11th dny of Mav. A t> 1WH.O. .
I."o a* unknown. IB dead or alive, or in Is dead or alive, or In that tho aId ummon In ChanceryI (11,1 Court of the Rth Judicial. (I..i with ..1.1<. rnunty bfianl of PuhllB W ALORRMArTSKAT
northwest to Columbus and exUtance or not. and It I la alleged In the ''or not and it la alleged In the .eltn.I I I* unexecuteil and cannot be **>rved upon .. In and for Bradford Co.nl. Inatrnrt.n. a .,'rtrl,1] ehnck for five per ( ) Clerk Circuit CourtvHriulffird
east Albany and construction between worn bi of complaint that they believe bil I I Land A Immigration Company, a on Monday the Seventh da.of June. *aid Md.. *ald. check, County. KlnrldnIly
to there ..penona, In and corporation*, of complaint that he believe* there are p..,1 Fori. one of thf. defemlnnts. named 19ft at the Court ho e th. Town ofStarke. tn be mn Gndsden nn:1:1 Trcdgcar and Intereett'd In the .. Involved tn .on*, firm* and corporations. Interested In I the fafl- .
prp..ry In iiald bill of .om.lnt.' owing to FI.rld. to answer a *wom hill of Mrmlfunl County.: Florida l t'pnty Clirh.NOTICK .
in with the"Tag" thl auit, whna. name* aire. residence or the said property Involved In thin suit, 1 of the said corporation to elert' officer of complaint .hl.f. axalnnt you In the All blilder, ah.1 Bpeelfy the time within
Columbus conjunction place of buHlneea 1 I. unknown to complainant whose name, aire, residence or place ofbusHens I.
or appoint .nt. and owing tn Ihofnlluro above named .Olr thn .ompl.ln.nl. A. which tho ""nl.l. with thi
line would give it a rout *, and In nald bill relief ta prayed ) U unknown to oompl.ln.nt. and of unlil. corporation. tn bave within Reesem. to remove elnud and quiet tll. to t.n thereof 11.after "I n..I.. i I. iilven by th*

I .Kainit auch known and unknown .I In said bi relief la prayed aiiainnt such the ntat. of Forle. an orfl..r or atrent the .bv. described land*. sId Board that d.lv.r of the bond* esn OP CUAROIAN 8AI.K OP MIN*
from Albany to Chattanooga. fen dan U, penona, flrmi and corporation*. I known unknown defendants, persons, upon whom can bi : and it B.dor Cmmty, T.I.orph. a weekly be made. ,

Reports from West Florida de-I THEREFORE: It IB ordered that all perona. firm* and corporations.THEREFORE appearing that 1'proce** .rr 1. nerved n..r puhl.h"] Town of ] check referred to above I I. tn OK'S LAND.

clare that Seaboard engineers firm and corporations n.m'In I I I ordered that all persons upon said, corporation for the t"lur of Cutnty. Florida, la herebydinlvnated I h<*(.rll.d | a iruarnntee of o.m.
notice, if living or in ""I.t.n. firm and corporations In thl nald corporation to eleet nffl.e. appoint a* the newspaper" In which this d..I.1 the. bid submitted ful In the Notice In hereby given that on the 22rnl

now surveying a route from Greenville i or not In exlntance. then bla, her thl.1 notice If Ivln. or In ... n.me, If desd mrent* and owing tn fnlliire nf notice, .h.I b publ.hr for four conflecutlve 1"I.n.e.v.nt of wih of such, bill and the day of June. A U 192ft. I. tho under

whore the or it* hclra. devl.. legatee*, or not In then his. her. their orIt said corporation to have within the State I ", I failure on.th.p.no.part of the bidder.. to comply Nlitned in Madison county I auccenor* and aitKlgnB. and to all .ron., hlr. deviners, legatee*, grantees, sue* I of Fnrld. a officer nr acent upon whom W1TNKSS: Tlie n.nor.bl. A. Z. Adklmi with the. term* thereof, nnme .hall will apply to the Honorable (iwrgeA.

South Georgia railroad erodes the ;I ISeaboard's f'rm' and co"r.tlon., having or ...0. ensigns, and t all persons, proem be ...v' and that theres< I and A. V. Tr Tltatlfonlf'ounty
Ino any In..t to thane firms' and "oror.lon., h.vln. or claimIng n pernon in the of Florid the *ervfce Alderman., Cl*'rk. and the ....1! of this court be by.thit Hoard dnmairea on Klnrldn. at hi* office in the e iurthoime
River Junction division, or p.r.l. of land lying and .al.lm'l : any certainlota of a Huhpoena upon whom .oul bind I In tho city of Strk". Florida, this 4th day .ount r.'n.e thf* nnn-jn rformanne. of 'h.I'ra In Htarke. Florida, for an order
to Albany. It seems to beunqued. Bradford county. State of Florida, or parcel I"f land lying I d.being :In I *aid. corporation and (It alnn .p.rtoe of May 1026. of Hald bid. to aell nt private *ale. all the rlicht. title

and dfnerlbcd a* tolow. Bradford county State of Florida, known I from the sworn bill of enmnlalnt In the I O. W. ALDRRMKV Itoniln are in be lui'd. for tho pur and] Interest of said minor. In that eer*
toned that the South Georgia will The Eat half .. quarter and described follows tTbat above ran..* that the residence* of the fCLKRK'R SEAL) Clerk.J poe. of purb..ln. alte, school lain pU-ce or pareel f f In ml lying and bein -

be utilized from Greenville to Perry 'j and tho East quarter of the Suthw.t''' certain piece or nanff In the East I r.ndant. th..ln n.m.d. to-wit ; Flo.IlaI.and L. FKAZFK. Starke. F.. bll.ln. rurnl.hln.I ..m..tno f.r the tie if In Siarke. Bradford ciiunly. Florida,
1 miarter of South went quarter Ston half of South went quarter of the South- I A ImmlirraHon Company a .orn. Solicitor for Complainant. fl-7-Bt-8-4 freo school* within said special deacrlbed as followei ) f4tUit
as part of the western route. Twenty-al* 26)) t and the .. e*.t quarter, and the Southeant quarter of tion. Edward N. Ol.kr.nn. Miiry r. Oek. publo.0hn.1 dl.trle. Thirteen 111)). Fourte n U4)). Nino-
.
By building :rom Perry to Archer, ter of NortheaHt quarter of Section .u.1 Southeast Qu.ro of Section Twenty-four emnn h'a< wife. J I. Ruff. D. ORDER FOR PUBMCATIOV Said sealed to bf. opened by *aldBoard teen ( > and Twenty <20 of Bliwli Two
five <3R>. All In Towrmhlp Six (8)) (14.> Township Seven ((7>, South Rn.. Hilda C Spoor. .. Spoor ber htmband. at tvn o'clock AM. June 7th. 1U28.at f2) nf rtowlhin's adilltinn to town of

and carrying out reported projects Range Twenty-two '22)) Eaat, containing Twenty-one f 21)) Eaxt bounded John Teare and Charte* O Holland are all In Circuit Court. Rlghth Judlclnl. Circuit.Bradforfl the office of the Superintendent t.r f RtarkeKnfd

in Georgia and a through 130 acrea or less. Flint by landa formerly owned by Unnle unknown and that th.r I I. no person In County, Florida..In Chaneery.Mary I'uhllc Int ruction of *ald county. ntStarke. Inten-nt bring Inherited from It*
AItnmn. Do appear t the bill of complaint filed WII.m., on the North by land own'd the State of Florida the Mervlee of a subpoena Wilkerwon, the said ] .erlol father A. J Ntiwman, decesjii'd
line from Tampa la aatd cause, on or before tho Seventh Funsmi and Company, on the upon whom woule bind said de- thf. riirht Forll..J.t any and 1..r .. Thin the EOth ilay of Mny, A D. 1924.III .
and Birmingham day of June. A. D, 1926. otherwise the South by land owned by H. H. H.I. and r.ndant., and that 1 believed by the Compl.l.nt tty order nf th* aald Hoard of 1'ubJlo In IT,A KOWAKDHCuardlan

with both Montgomery allegations of the bi .,,1 b taken .eon.feMed on the Wet by land owned by P. ..r.oont complainants that the aald n.m' defendant J. W. .tructlun of Bradford. County. Florida.L. fnr *ai l minor.

directly accessible, would analn.t .Inln. Twenty ... more or Iee. whose reMeneeH and are unknown 'Wilkenion.Defendant.. W KlfiKMTRRChairman 5-21-51-8-1 dINRPKC'TOMA
r It Is further ordered that tbU notice West of the Southwentnuartrr tn eom"I.ln.nt. In..I. In appearing by affidavit. appended to the of th Board of Publle Inntnintlon -
: be provided.SUPERINTENDENT'S. be published once a wek for Four consecutive of the Southeast quarter of Sec* I th property Involved in thin I filed In the above-itated eaue that .1. Bradford Count,. Florida.Atte AftVU CI.RBKSPreeliwt

weeks in tho D.dfor County tlon Twenty-four (24)). Township Seven Com"I.ln.nt. dnea not know .ne has not W. tho defendant therein t : I. B. W1GC1NB,
! REPORT T.I"r.ph. a weekly, general ((7>. South Range Twenty-one (21), Eait.Alxo been .11. tn a..r.ln whether anv of said, I I. a non-re*I Hi-nt of thn I !.. I No. 1. LawUyCi
.Irul.ton. publlbo In Starke, B.dto' b.lnnln. at the Southeast corner dor.ne.nt. are ded or alive. .m.e. f'lorld. and that hlMrvnldrnc '1'r.\\ 5-7-818.4 If Pearee. Clerk and R. A. Blanahr.l. -

\ Financial statement county ..hol County. of SOlthwet quarter of Son thrust quarter .. ordered that the .H In unknown, that aaid. defendant II C I'adtfi'tt and J. A. Howe, Inspectors.
WITNESS the Honorable Judges of tht of Section Twenty 120)). Township Seven known defendants whn are named NOTICRTn .
la .
for month of April. 1926. h..tnro. over the age of twt Eighth Circuit Cour. also O. I ( South Ranve Tw.nt.two21( East, In thin order. If living, and if dead, alt .
General School Fonda Judil.1 11. It la therefore orderd that *aid non-real- PreHnrt N*. t, Rtarks (Nerta)
__________ fund.l W. Clerk- and the aeal of this run North 6HO feet. West 191 feet. nartlea efatmlng' Interest under' tbo said dent T
B.I. April 1. 1926 __ defendant IK? he hereby rqulred the In and Bradford P. Wall, dork and Kay Newaomo. T.
Receipt* durinic month ..___n____ 2* Court In Starke. B.eror County. South 600 feet. East 198 feet t begin known and named d.r.ndanta afnreaald., decraned to appear to the .ne eomnlnint, filed In (lre.1. Io.r In Po. 8. Williams and O. H. Ilennctt. In pMCtora.Prerlnet .
ida, this the 5th A. D ning.Aliio. and that al! Chn.ry.I
or penan .
month _. FIO"I I oth..I. aid ime on or he Monday. th 7th
W.rrn. I..ue dlrln. G. W .. J. If. PoppHI.Complainant.. No. I, Btara*
Overdraft _. _n U 1.tf1DUtriet North half of the Northeaat quarter I whomsoever tbat may he or are interest*"! day of June, A D 192*. ntherwfe the alItiratlona L. Peek. Clerk and T. N. Kendriek.J. .
N*. .. (SEAL) of Section Twenty-one ((21)) Township I In the property Involved 'In thl .ul. de- of *ad( bill will b taken a* eonfeNp I AfffiinntROMJMfW W. Kilward* and A. W. Anderson, Inspector

Bal. April 1. 1026 _____..?_____. 97.28 I A. S. CREWS for Com pi in ante. -7-6t-6-4 Seven ((7)), South Range Twnty-two (22)( ) ..rlh.rnlow. '.In. and being <| by said defendant.Tt IT RRNFROK. W. W. *.
a ., to-wit .
R..lp. durlnir month ._nn 18.21 Sol.ltr East. I Cnlnt" .FIori. nfNnrthwent I 1 further or..r. that thin order t>e KF.l.l.F.Y. Rvllnn. Smith. Snmiiel C.lane. Precinct Nn. 4. Grabas.lev .
W.rr.n. (untied during month ,-. I Also the Northwest quarter of the North- I The West South cant .".rt..r once for Four conecutlve John D. MrT.emnre, 9ule Mnemor rn i*. Clerk and John Surreney,
.
May 1. lt l!" .____, ___ _n 15.49* I NOTICBIn went quarter of Section Twenty-two f4)Townhip ) I went qu.r.of .North.n,1 went Fa t 1.1r of. 8o all>ith-.in I weeks In the Bradford e.unt. T.leirraph !* A, P. Rdle, and her hunbandT O. W. Dyal and Itiltty Wasden. Inapeetora.Prerlnrt .

District .t.Overdraft I Seven ((7)). South Tw.i*. qv.r.r ou.r. a newnpaper pub) .h" said C. Rd e, and h.rh".b.nd
*
R.n. M..I. No. .
ft. Hampton.II.
April 1. m -.______ 121.09 I 10. Township H. R.n** ZEajtt. and l"h.rt.
I Circuit .Court. Bradford County, FlorIda i ty-two ((22)) E.. be I County SI.I. n.b.r. Nancy John*. Clerk and O Haynea, J. H.
Receipts during month ,.- 46483 : I "ont.lnln. 40 aerm mor* or leas !, Thin May 4th. A. D. 102ftI
.n. In Chancery. I IJ. appear the bill of eomplatat filed Thoma*. Charley and] Plnn Saxon ami J. C. Keen. Innpectora.Preelnct .
iwiuod during month 4'M' > 00 n t and tl. hereby are .ulr..1 to appearto I < RM.i W AT.DPRMAN Tom.
W.r.nt. M. Tru&y.Complainant. t If they be if
MM of Complaint said Tnm. 1.ln. any No. ThereaIt.
In said eniineon .oe
May 1. m .nn n caue. on or before the Seventh I I Clerk Circuit Court.
Overr.r District I. | dny of JunP A. D. 192ft. otherwiae the I or before Mnndav. the 7th rin* if .f.,mfA 1 n T. KVIOTIT. l, the of. a dead C H llMncer. Clerk and D. W. M IWiiS .... 13.88 v allevatlona D 192ft. otherwise the atlevatlnns cf the unknown h* tr*, dMvIfn.>ea, leiratftes Neal YounKhlooii and A. L. Hulllvan, Inpec -
Bal. 1. of the
April will
-------- ----- taken M Solicitor for fJomplatnant 5-7-ftt-ft-4
Receipt durlntv month ________n 518.60 I Gor.. Andrew H.I. e al.. confessed against "bi. b .aid bill will bo taken a* eonfenHed. I or anilHnee*. and all pirmons tor*.
i I..u. during month -- 1018.HH De.nd.ni.Snt I I. that this notice It U further ordered that thi b known or unknown h.vln. or .1.lm. Preelnct No. 7. New River
' W.r.n.Overdraft May'I. 192 _.________ 84660 t Quiet Title *. Reaieve Clrtad.To I be I f.rhe. .orer. for Four eonHoetitlve published, ] once a week fnur ore.r NOTICB TO COVTRACTORS ing any Inturent In ane the whole' n W Kelley. Clerk and O. W. Andrew*.
.k I
DI.tr 4.Bal. I the known and unknown defendants I weeks in the Bradford County tlve weeks In the Br.ero." County Telvraph. "*- or any part nf the rolowln. d-crlh 11. F. rtenfme and M. K. Wlggln*. IoSliectrir -

April 1. _.__._ __- 10905 In the above styled cause, to-wit ; the Florida I Telegraph a weekly newspaper of general newspaper "] In BradfordCounty. Sealed hid will tut reeeUeH by the tract .of land Ft balfof *.
. durlnir month ___ 87.10 Land and Immigration Company, acorporation. published at Starke, FloridaOrdered I I PoaM of Bond TruBteet, of Bradford Coun1y the .u'hw..t q".r.r. and seventeen Preelnrt No. M, nrookerJ
Rlp. huiucd during month. 10.00Bl. If In .. and if not In ol.ul.lon. .. Br.dror thi* the 6th .o* May. A. D. Florida, until 2 o'clock p m. of Mav a..a on the .. nld* of the T>. lumer. (*lerk and C. 8 Keller, B.T .

W..n.May 1. 1928 __ _n___ ._ 15.1 It unkno.n.t.n. representative Co"nt. the Honorable' Judge of the 102ft. 112f. 192ft and at that time publicly o.n.' South went niinrfer all In Section 14 Stewart and Wade Harrell. Inspector*.
.I.tno. 1".1 | the following ] Tnwn.hlp ft, Mouth Itnnir. 20 Fatand
DUtriet No. I.Bal. *, anstirns.; and I Kluhth Judicial G. W. Alderman. \. V, LOVil.Judjtte. eon.trtetn. r.d 5li4t04.NOTICR .
April 1. 1928 ____*-....__. 47.83 *, .1..0.E. Wlndt .vl.. Margaret Clerk ClrulL eal.10 of thl'* Court.at I Br Ib tho N.rlh..t ntinrter, of the
__ ___ .n. G.r.r >ar and the Northeantil'iarter
R..lp. during month 10.3 W.I. Slier .r.d Stake. Bradford ".unt". Florida, this F. M JOHN !. .d_ t I of the Vnrthwent Seef"n TO CONTRACTORS
Issued during month wife Susan G_ the 6th of May A. D. 1924. fn. nm.ln.n'' ._1.Kt 8. t Mn* ( R.d.1App..lma. q".r-r. -
W.rn. day i Inlof"
A.d.. H.I. I '
SI.r. 87 mile 21. 8 Range 20 \
B.1 May 1, 1928 _____._ .___ 258.1 Strait**, O. W. ALDERMAN I I.noh *) Townnhip ".th.
District No. .. t.7o a* M Ferst A Company. If (SEAL) Clerk, I NOTICBIn T. total q..nUtl. on, the. Item* on I, Fant. Sealed bids will he received by the H* ar : ( 4>aired approximately
Bal. April 1. 1926 ________, 884.89 ) propona are O.f.ndani
their unknown heir*. A. S. CREWS. llond Trim tee* of Union County and tho
.
Receipt month ___.___.. 469.50 d..e I' Ihe Circuit Rlghtfi a* follows i 'o f Hervlc*
I
Charles Solicitor for
durlno c* eounty
1..f. .r.na pl.ln.nt Hard] (Plain' cement Kill to KentAve Cloofl.ft .
month 4.7J Circuit. Bradford] Florid arf..ln. .on..t.
during ... .Ie "
.n Pace
A. I
W..ni F. Pace. Jointly dirt lt until
Ed..r sheet Bituminous nnp,'aHnir from hill nf at r>r 8 p. m., on th*
Bn. Mayl. .HU2B : : 845.41 I IBal. Mamie P. the unknown heir*, devisee I NOTICBTn r.n.. .Johns.Complainant., uph.lt., .onero.. urf...pl.l. on I 1 ,tint filed her n .11.. 'the'rn Complainant eom- I I! IKth day f Mny, A I>. I it 21. and at that

April 1. 1U2 r.'oT--_ _ 12543 *. Itwateea or grantee* or Geom* : P Rock Dae..and 8 In. Rock bue only) 89.700 I.I.v. that there I* a person or person* I Ii I time publiety opendj for the construction
whom .
deceased of at
Pace h.lr of a brldif* New Klver, at
.1 yards. In the property involved In thin over a point
Receipt during month -- 4.8 i! law of Gorge Pace, c.ed. and all I Court. Kurhtn Judicial Cir Y square Gutter 6.400 lineal i sul* .whrrsf anrf where Itnad Nn 11 in Bradford County w.ll
Itaued during ; : (Ir"i Florida Railroad Company, a corporation.et Cone.t Curb nnm<. place* nr realtlencear
"th-* having or el aim have any I .0
: 17406 p.rl. cuit. 8r.dord] County, Florida, in Ch.nI> < unknown t thf Complainant.Ai I| em*** New Klv r.
Bal. ._ I .
1, 1Q2H .n rllht. title. Interest, claim o eatate In eery, all f t. ,I It nnpiMirinv that the pleo The work Include* furnishing of all the
District No. .. the South half of Northwest quarter I John Fo. th.. P.r..n..nl.. f.vatlon--.OO: ouMo yard. of ,' rnrh.r.r the | hereinafter* neccmary tools, labor, equipment anl ma*
Bal. April 1. 1D46 ----- Title, tie.Tt for Cable r.I'o. .h.r.n.l.n.
--- --- and Northwest quarter of Northeast qusrter nl Qalr I CI.* .tr.tur.81 teriitl
Complainant. mimed n Hi-ffriary to complete said bridge
unknown
sr and It
prayed
.... |
Receipt* during month .-n_. 87.5.1 of Section 86 Township 6 South. Ranite2J t sworn bill of rnm- Yard'*. "In.
.p".arnl b. a I nut of the d fn lit accordance with the plans and spee'fl' *
month ... I ?* >lanta. th. named I
during above whtrhen at..I.-'O pound .1
W.rn. luu' Cast, and containing 120 oeree. more or I I.0an'Y. I William A. Andrews, et aTs.. plaint eaue. R.ln r".ln. well | cat Inns on file in the offices of the Clrrkoi
a thoen unnamed, and unknown
o-
____ *
M., 44.1 lens, and lylnir and beingIn/ Bradford n.frnd.nI.nl tin' I I. one remove clnurf from thetitle C.I.h I..ln. .ft (Complete. with ""v.r.rone.t. .cording' tn Inw. and the complainant having i of the two board* In Starke and Lake Hut*
DUtriet No. 10.Bol. and th title of the lintal f'--t 36 Inches
State of "Io eompl.ln'
1. April I. 19J6 _____ ____ 79.M Flo.ld.You to Rmove Cloud. Quiet Title and Other the that are. dmeHbed the ** In d a meterToner .11. demnndf-H of the Clerk of ..1.1 l Court ; ler.i .
Receipt* during month _. _, __. Greeting*i Relief I.ne. lineal that nrder of publication be made a* Isrifiu i Kaeh bid must be accompanied by a ccrtl*
8.8 hill of thnt the Sheriff of *-! Pip 280 f.e. In.h. I
hsued durln month and each of you .. hereby requirtd I Order of Service by publication notice onm"I.lnL] .l in diameter. 1 <'r..1 l by |I.wiIT fled check fnr f) pi r rent nf th amount
W.rn. '
-- m* return
May 1. t828 .____.______._. 13.7 tt h and appear before the .ud.* I to known and unknown d.r.nd.n. A.ltnr.1 upon the Forid. chancery. .dulyInmied Concrete Pipe 100 lineal feet. Inch"* 15* TIIKRRKORI3: ORDERFn. TliatS '1 of thn bid. and mndu payable to th* Chair*
the Circuit Court of tho 8th 1 tumf If. I man nf the HrmM of H< nd Tr DUtriet. 11. of \ ::3 i; I appearing from the of'' In said caue. that tho said summon* in diameter.All >n Mnfr w W. W* Kellxy Ev- I'
Bal. April 1. 1926 __.__ ___.___ la 89 Circuit of Florida, in and for B :! bill of complaint.1..tlnn. In Chanrery Is unexecuted *nd fie work b* done (In accordance with lina Smith. Samuel r. fnno. John D.Melemon ion county *n a itunrunttc that th* sued'***
,_ __ 6708 County on Monday the 7th dny of that the .n.t '' >. Mnitiu Mcr.mor A. P. Fdle ful bidder will within to day* execute a
J.oln. during month .nn ciie rmldcnr* nr place of .erved upon the Florida' RjiltrnaH Com the t ami InBtrtictlorm. general' pro* .
W.rrato lurd during month A. D. 102*, at the Court Hnue In I hi"mineof the .d.r..nd.nt. William A pany. a The Florida Railroad visions, .n., special provisions./ .pP'f..llon.' ,, and her hunliand.. J n. Et. Mniftrte Itnbert : contract and iflvo a good and stiff clvntiMind

Bal. May 1. 1926 _____ ___ __. 250.96 i Town of Starke. Florida, to answer the Andrews. The Florida Land and, Immigration a corporation. the Florida La ml and proposal and contract .etor on.I h'-r hintbnn'l, fbibertnNancy for n wum fqiml to the amount of the
Cnmr.n. contract for the faithful
bill of complaint exhibited against performance of
sworn Thnrna. Cbarf-y! and PIThoma -#
District U. *
N. omp.ny. a corporation. Lm Company. a corporation, Count y.Farh Thom. .
Ovordraft April 1. 102 _____. HI 1'i yon In the above vtyled Court by the complainant Sann. L. SB pp. and Nellie, Sapp hi* wife, threo of the. named In said] bill bid mnst be ..oMP.nl.o by a certified *, If 'they ..Ivln. or they ..i I\ the contract.Thi .
Receipt. during month ?-.____.- 18.3 J. M. Truby, to .mov."lou an-l John D.I. Volney J Shlpman. Samantha of Complaint d.f.n..nta, owing to the failure of the check nn a County dead, any and alt p.on. claiming umlirby Hunt Is reserved to reject any or

W..n. issued during month _._ quiet title to the above I.nd. Tehltha Futch. Lewi* Futeh. said to eleet officer* nr appoint mad parable to K. S M..h.w.. Chairman or thrnutrh .lh.r of them any all bills.
I 1. 1.28 _____.____. .__ 193.11' And It having been made to appear Murk Adlan. Elisabeth Adiaon and J.m. .n"rtlon.agents, owing to the fallui of Board of Bond Trwteea. for five, interest In the land .In thl* auit, B. S. M \TTHEW3Chairman.
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District No, It. Court by tho return of the Sheriff of William Adlson. If living, or In evlatanee.are .aid) to have within the State. per cent of *>. amnnnt hid .evldenee ,de erlbe
Overdraft April 1. 1926 __..___ 21" 82 Bradford Count Florida, upon a subpoena .1 unknown to "mpl.ln.nt. a.1 that of .or"llnna. an or upon whom of good faith and .a "u..n'.that I Th Kat half of the Southwent quarter ,, C. A. FUTCU,
Receipt ._. 287.23 In Issued the I .rfo. .eR will and Seventeen acrea on the West aide of Secretary 4-l -6t--l4.
, during month _. ChD..r 1 df.Dd no person In the State of Flor* proee** can b ", It .pp"nl awarded the contract th bidder ..




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FRIDAY. MAY 28. 1926
PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA


far they are responsible for their own troubles.

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Without attempting to say how far the government ought HIS LAST LETTER

to go in measures to help the farmers, there are at least four
:; ; IN 187!
things: the farmers ought to do for their own benefit and
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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class which no one else can do for them. 4p

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida 1-Train themselves for scientific methods. Farming .

i Ka highly technical process, and people can't expect to maktany

it r-- and PublNhei great success: of it without a fair measure of technical
K. S. Matthews:\ __ Owner
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J. C. Kobmson____----_--_--________..__:Managing Editor training. :Not many people would think they could manage i\
chemical business without special training, and handling the

chemical elements of the soil and of plant growth is about ::1i
SU1JSCRI1TION KATE .
difficult.
Yearly: $1..">0; Six Months, 73c:: Payable in Advance 2-Avoid paying too much for land. A farm business carrying -

Advertising! Rates on ApplicationThe an exaggerated overhead charge for land a in as bad :a

hole as a railroad carrying watered stock.

Plant City News! has announced its suspension.:! The 3--Unite with their neighbors for some form of combin- p

field will btill be ably covered by the:! Courier which is one of ';'d marketing. The business: men and the wage-earners have 7.-

the best smaller dailies in the state. advanced their status by organization and the farmer can't ,

n i-.xpc-ct to win out without some such action. =L # t tIp

What did George Washington know about temptation 4-Produce attractive social and educational condition

anyway ? :Nobody] ever asked him how many miles he got to ire their home towns so that bright young people will feel in-

the gallon-Plant City Courier. And how many gallons IT; dined to stay at home instead of rushing to the cities.: These

got to the mile. "''>-r principle! would go a lone way to put the farming cvm:1 -

o .,,.,?:.:. ,. /: ., tn | Jorida.-Apalachicola Times. i

The Punta Gorda Herald i is worried over the danger of! o

cold going to fires when the .
of that catching
residents city
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fire alarm is sounded at night. If Punta Gorda people go that
thinly clad to watch the firemen work this attraction should In Flanders fields:: the poppies grow between the crosses: r

be listed with the other advantages of living in P. G. I row on row- glTl I iIV

o And in the countless green hillsides of America today.

It makes the Starke Telegraph mad to have newspaper roes and peonies, hawthorn and lily, are wind blown as they

to refer to that town as "Stark," when it should be Starke. : mantle the graves of our dead-the graves of our soldier

here 1 is nothing "stark" about Starke. It is one of Florida'-! uead and the graves of our civilian dead-ju-t those we loved<

livest Inland cities.-Times-Union. And growing more scviry u little while and lost.

day as people can now come in from every direction "In Flanders fields the poppies grow

without sending their cars to the repair shop. Between the crosses, row on row

o That mark our place and in the sky I// ;: ; T

Know the state in which you live. How many people living The larks, still bravely singing fly .

In Florida know that the state has at least 30,000/ beauti Scarce heard amid the guns beluw." /' _

ful lakes ; more lakes than any state in the Union? Across! Strangely::; enough the least known of any line in this / V '

Florida is a string of pretty sandy-bottomed lakes in which best known of Memorial Day poems, is the line of hope "W/'V;:% / |! / (' A\ /

the water is as clear an crystal excellent for bathing and fish- ;ouried therein-

ing. Florida's lakes are among its great attractions from thg; "The larks still bravely singing, flyNot -"

largest Lake Okeechobee to the sma11est.-Times.Union. Death itself can still Life says the poem. N .:U

o Not even green graves where sleep those loved by us who

The Manufacturer's Record carries the announcement by bear them blossoms of memory, can choke the singing some-

President Warfield of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Com thing within each and every one of us, which reaches out I

pany of plans for the erection of 35 stations costing $1,500.- for life and more life abundant.The --
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000 along the extension between West Palm Beach and
new
dead would wish it so. Memories and love for them ORIGIN OF :MEMORIAL DAY I BROOKER ( spent Sunday here with her par.
Miami. S" far as we can learn cities along the main line of the
: yes. Blossoms abloom in the heart for them each day, evenas I ants, :Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen.:
road between Jacksonville and Tampa will continue to get Brooker May: 23 Miss LubedifFinholster .
I they bloom upon their graves this Memorial Day. But no :' (By NEA SERVICE) Alph Hazen, spent Monday: in
along with the old wooden shacks they have had for lo, these I idea born of Tampa, spent! Sunday Waldo.R. .
I dirge. No cloud upon the days. i I The :Memorial Day was
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many years.-Dade City Banner. ''in a stately old Colonial mansion here with her mother Mrs : A. Weeks, was a business visitor -
Just "a carrying on" they ask of us. Our home dead ask I cf Columbus Georgia, the home of: A. J. Pinholster. to Starke Tuesday.
-0-- fur "carrying on" of living even though living without the 26 1866. and :Miss Harriet Ritch, of Starke
I a Mrs. John Tyler on April Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell,
Group of the driestof the dry in had their pictures spent Saturday here as guest of
congress beacon light of love seems an empty thing. i The wounds of the Civil War Miss May Mott spent Sunday afternoon -
struck In Washington the other day each member mold I Our soldier dead-those brave gallant laughing soldier i were fresh in the land. Aching. at Hague. I Miss II. P.Virginia Weeks. business vis-

ing upa large bone to signify how dry they were. The group i lead of '61, of '98 and of'18 ask for a "carrying on," of no 'I heart! were stealing to cemeteries: ,. :III'. and Mrs. G. A. Pinholster, I itor to Waldo Gainey Tuesday.was a
consisted of Congressman. T. Fitzgerald, of Ohio R. A. bedeck the graves of soldier nnd baby, of Jacksonville, spent
; compromise with the foe when right is right- I Ito here with friends and rela- I j R. A. Weeks was a visitor to
Green of Florida ; B. G. Lowery of Miasissijpi ; John Tillman I sons and husbands who had diet I Sunday I:I Starke last Saturday afternoon.

of Arkansas and Bill Upshaw of Gf>orgia. The picture did "Take up our quarrel with the foe: j j I fighting: for the blue or the gray. tives.Mrs.: J. L. Taylor returned ..ciI I I I SIr: and Mrs. J. J. :Morgan and

not show the members wearing sandals and no camels wen i To you from falling hands we throw I 1 Thousands of others sourhtI ;. :::;:J home at Fort Meade Sunday : Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey attend-

added as' a background.-Times-Union. There are all kindsof The torch; be yours to hold it high!I" I graves of those Culled "misshg'! after spending a feW days herO 1! ed church at Little Rock Sunday.
.I and longed for even a guise to call I I the following enjoyed a
people
bones but the most in not held in the handto Memorial) Day is for the I
common use are a day living as well as the dead. I t!eir.own. .1| with home folks. fish fry at Earlton Beach Saturday

signify how dry the holder might be. : A day of challenge to "take up the torch and hold it high"- It was then that Mrs.\ Tyler calla ,1 Mr. and :Mrs. E. T. Stuart Grahum and: evening: Mr. and Mrs.! S. M. Mott

o f t the torch of peace and eternal peace if these, our soldier I I together the women of her tow sox', Paul, spent Sunday at children Crosby and children Mr. and Mrs.
and -
Ozena Godwin
The knockers are not all dead. A northern resident passing .I dead, shall sleep where poppies grow in Flanders fields. :I and organized a Ladies' Memorial Mrs., of Gainesville spent the lat,1 L. W. Sowell, Mr. and Mrs. Ilamp and
I Association. The women went 'Conerly, Mrs.! P. A. Crosby
( through Starke on h'.. home from MianJ asked I :I ter part of the week here with
way a --- from Mrs. Tjler's home to Lin- son, Hugh Butler and Misses Mary
I ".\I. ( ?) what was $going en here and his reply wad "There'snothing ..'...OUIlJ.fUTUUE IN FAUMS wood cemetery Columbus whe- I Mr.Mrs.and A.:Mrs.F.M.Raulcrson V. :Matheny.returned Mott and Toleiclu.Gainey.NAAi'JJS .

doing in Starke formal Memorial Day exersuei
Luckily, the visitor CPT.O in con after
Okeechobee
I to her home in NOT TO
tact with someone who took the time to show that Stark has "A million dirt farmers" is Florida's need today ill ; were! held and the women solemn. I' spending three weeks here with I : BE ON BALLOI

more buildings under construction now than at any other ,, Florida Inventory Congress at Palm Beach is Sold by a'Vir.- : ly pledged to caTy: : on the sweet 1 her parents: Mr. anJ Mrs.: II. P. I

time and that business conditions are improving nil the time. ginia chain store magnate. The merchant, J. C.' Fenny of Norfolk task of decorating the graves of Gainey. I Eleven Candidau"" Have No P'
soldier dead the same daya '
Every town has a few individuals who enjoy knocking the has a scheme for peopling twent-acre farms rather than the on ; Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pmholater fo t position
I ?a<- year. i'
here with --
town in which they live and it is apparent there is still! one filing fifty-foot lots, believing intensified farming would' Within few Tampa spent Sunday Eleven candidates for otfico! ',"
a very years the idea I, ;ends and relatives. I
)left in build a permanent jrk the Juno have becOiT18
starke who does up prosperity. primary
not hesitate telling a lie- hail swept tie nation until Memor. I lVV.. Baxter, of Jacksonville,
-o-- The fact that Mr. Penny is interested in selling farmland ; '' Al Day became a legal holiday so I guest of his mother, :Mrs. E. E. I nominees of the Democratic party
Nothing helps to enliven town than I is aside from the point that the decreed by Cot>"'ress. The date_ i v as 11ere Sunday.E. I because of no opposition it was
n more a good band, "glory of the beaches, Baxter announced nt the secretary of:
and Starke, county site of Bradford county Is soon to have< us he expressed it, must be backed up with something more j I however, i is. oPtl n'"a1iih the statesIhcmsvlves. II C Ln':'> Wildwood spent. Stito's office Tallal.asscc. They I
'I Several southern states at the home of :llr.I .
H splendid musical organization of this kind. Several of the :solid than mere dependence upon tourist trade and resorters. adhere to the original da'-e of April I Sunday here B.C 1son.I are PS follows:

young men of the town have ordered band instruments and I The eastern shore of Lake Michigan is lined from the In. 26. But most of tho states celebrate :I and Mrs.Mrs.Arrie G. Cole '<>n returned, to For ConsrPS: ( Herbert j. Drane.I ,
'I
S. E. Ritch has been placed in charge of the organization. .;i liana state line to the Straits of Mackinac, with summer re- Memorial: Day: on :May 30 when i I her home Saturday fc"''cn'"ff after! I Lakeland and R. A. Green Starke; i

The Starke Telegraph says the boys will get right; down to orts. But the thrifty West Michigan folk donot depend upon flowers the are in bloom for decoratingof I spending a week in Dum.'ellon wuh 11.1\\1 attorney\ Oak;general J. B. Johnson William I 1
court
supremo
i trenuous practice this summer and it is that the resorters graves. I II I her son, Clyde ColJ n. Sho .vas accompanied -
hoped by next ( entirely to furnish them a living. West :Michi 'bon I H. Ellis, Arni'tcad Brawn and Rivers !
General John A. of
Logan Civil
winter the band will sufficiently proficient in the art of play- pan is one of the best fruit-growing regions in the United ; War fame is crechtej with the first, who home by here.Mr. C.. Buford Tallahnsse el state's 1
ing to give the town some fine :States All 'I spent Sunday r Ptlorney sixth! p-
concerts in the bandstand. along the Pere Marquette Railway are thousands general rroclamati setting aside'i :Mrs. "Wiley Kelley of New River, circuit F'
Starke has had several bands in the past, and a number of ''ot acres of orchards and farming land. one :Mcrional day each year as a i was guest of Mrs. G. B. Colson ei, Mi,*J Dada! City; eighth circ uit W.1'1
years ago claimed one of the best musical organizations in the The day_ot tribute. i I Saturday afternoon. Adk! "'*' xlncnvllle; ; seven th
prosperous towns and cities of the .
state picture of the I West Michigan In l&R1! when Logan was and suit C.'t- H.'Yt'l', Orlando
: bund In com-I I Royce Gainey Alph Hazen
appearing the Times-Union a region are not kept up by the resort trade. True ciruit' A.Dye': ?=
few weeks the money man Citizens -
ago. hi
hope the
new organization will bo Drought in during the summer season has made many a native story has it fii-t hit wife returned in Brooksville. iradonton l an'"* tato senator t T ,
ready for public appearance soon.-Times-Union. family wealthy but only rarely is that income sufficient from a no'ithcrj vi-t and told how 'I :Mr. Gone Hazcn, and :Mr. and t .-seventh d.sti1*. J3.. ParrU" '

to keep a family the year around. Besides the resort trade is tho" grave of "nch Confederate SQI-I I Urs. Truby Hazen, of Sarasota Titus\'ille. uIiEItBEl1r j
the
In a republic like law represents the will, of th1I'poTln limited and cannot support a big population in dcr: at Petersburg was pent the week-end here with -'
even the sea- with a wreat'i! and a confederate i ifrllit. I I '
in friends and relatives. lL.KEI
action. If it does not
represent the I I It
preponderant1! xon. is the fruit country which is the backbone of West I
L. R. Gainey was n business visitors .
of public opinion the means of repeal are provided under our Herbert Blake 01 died
Michigan prosperity. It was then that "Black Eagle"Logan to New River Monday morn. i I early last
system of government. The genuinely and intelligently patriotic issued an order from G. A. ing. night at a local hospital after' II
citizens of this republic will not be found crying out Presumably Florida's idle lands could be developed to a It., headquarters on May 5, 1883, R. E. Hazcn, of Gainesvilc spent short illness. Mr. Blake was a

against the laws of the land or engaged in breaking them :state of productivity. Much of course, depends upon the char- making Memorial: Day a northern Sunday here with :Mr. and Mrs.G. i. native of London England coming
either privately or publicly cter of the soil and the amount of rain fall Some Florida as"ell as a southern custom. W. Hazen. .1 to this city several years ago. lIe
by
,
running your higlipowered hind! is came to Jacksonville from Lake
automobiles unequalled for fertility notably the reclaimed Ever- Mr. John Colson cf Lake City,
on public highways over 45 miles per hour by glades. Other sections are known to be deserts hopeless with- II Vote for Geo. F. Young for representative spent the latter part of last week Butler Fla., 4 years ago. lie was
sporting hip pocket flasks filled l with snake poison. The na out irrigation. He stand for the interests :i here with his son, G. B. Colson. member of the Masonic Lodge "
Transportation II
tion is the sum of the units which go to make it up. It i< ,, could be furnished if production t of tho people of Bradford I Ii Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey and I and First Christian church of Lake
upon the t behavior and the thinking,: of the individual that th.- i were assured and as for markets, not only the Florida i county-for drainage and good daughters, Lois and Tolieda and Butler He is survived by his widow
cities but all the North is Mrs: :Margaret Blake of Stone-
stability and quality of ready to consume out-of-season roads. Paid Adv. 5213t. Miss Josephine Chesser motored toI
government depends Keep in mind II I well street.
vegetables or tropical fruits.1lorida's Hampton Sunday afternoon. 'I
your own responsibility. If every well-intentioned citizen of Mrs E. J. Ward and son, Del- The body will bo taken to Lake
the republic did this, ,good: government( would he a much more recent reaction from the wild orgy of speculation -; Vote for Geo. F. Young for rep- bert, returned to their home here. Butler Wednesday< morning where

easily attained objective. Gainesville Evening News. has not injured Florida. On the contrary, it probably terests resentative.of the He people stand of for Bradford after spending two weeksln Tampa.I, the funeral take services and Intermentwill
o 'urged the region of many unscrupulous real estate operators I Mr. and :Mrs. B. F. place. The Seashole Fu-
county-for drainage and good rernl
Parlors
RELIEVING THE FARMERS nnd gamblers. Florida's boom has not collapsed, but the at- roads. Paid Adv. 5213t. Bon, Robert Douglass of Gaincsji arrnn lm n Times-Union.are in charge of. the
Ha spent Sunday here with frienli
tention of investors of Florida itself, should be turned from
i -
of For four years the national capital has been the scene i peculation in land to building for permanent prosperity. This I Vote for A. J. Thomas for rep- and Mrs.relatives.G. B. Colson and ion, Rej-j O. E.-S. MEETINGMrs.

interminable controversy about the troubles of the farmers may come through certain year-around industries but it is resentative-a farmer and the I 'lo and Bob, and Gene Long spent Lena of .
particularly those of the middle farmers' friend. Paid Adv. 5-29-2:! Bird Grand Matron
west and 1 northwest but more likely to through Monday in Lake
come City.
agriculture. But mere winter re- I I the order of Eastern Star of Flor- j i
It has proved almost impossible to obtain any agreement on ort profits great though they be, cannot support twelvemonths I II Mrs: R. W. Brannen and grand da, will\ be here Monday May Si. ,
the things that ought to be done. A Vote for A. J. Thomas for representative mother :Mrs. Millie Gainey All
large part of the farming in the year the vast investments in this modern nlotor-I members!: of the Order are expected ,
population has had a hard time, and opinions differ as to how : 'Land of Promise." Louisville -a farmer and the'I cd to Waldo Saturday to be present 8.t the Ma f
Courier-Journal.
I i I Ii farmers' friend. Paid Adv. 5292t. Mrs. O. G. Stray home, of Walda,,.mio hall at 8 o'clock p. m.

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD r COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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far they are responsible for their own troubles. j i'' rrNMM -MHIS-? ---'se--s.

Bradford County Telegraph'ESTA Without attempting to say how far the government oughtto I LAST LETTER

: IN 187! ( go in measures:: to help the farmers, there are at least four :,

L* .. ... = things:: the farmers ought to do for their own benefit and II
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Published Weekly on Tridajs and Entered as Second Class which no one else can do for them. ;

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida 1-Train themselves for scientific methods. Farming I :: :

7 l is! a highly technical process, and people can't expect to make i

K.: S. Matthews______________________Owner and Publisher any great success of it without a fair measure of technical I

J. C. Kobinson______-_____._______.__.--Managing Editor training. Not many people would think they could manage a
= chemical business without special training, and handling, the ''I

SUHSCUH'TION KATE 4 chemical elements of the soil and of plant growth is about a*

difficult.
Yearly, $1.50; Six :Months, 75c-Payable in Advance
1 2-Avoid paying too much for( land. A farm business carrying -
Advertising Hates on ApplicationThe .
i an exaggerated overhead charge for land is in as bad a '

1 hole as a railroad carrying watered stock.

Plant City News has announced its suspension.= ; The i i 3-Unite with their neighbors for some form of combin- I

field will still be ably covered by the Courier which is one of jtl 1 marketing. The business men and the wage-earners have '

the best smaller dailies in the state. advanced their status by organization, and the farmer can't 4 1'1'I'

-0 expect to win out without some such action.

What did Geor Washington know about temptation 4-Produce attractive social and educational conditions

anyway? Nobody ever asked him how many miles he got to i irr their home towns so that bright young people will feel inclined -

the gallon.-Plant City Courier. And how many gallons he to stay at home, instead!:! of rushing to the cities! .These h
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got to the mile. ''o'-r principlewould go a long way to put the farming com-

o -- ',11,!,,:';. ,,.n 4 The Punta Gorda Herald is worried over the danger of
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residents of that city catching cold going to fires when the ( I
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fire alarm is sounded at night. If Punta Gorda people go that

thinly clad to watch the firemen work this attraction shouldbe Flanders fields:: the poppies grow between the crosses:: ,

listed with the other advantages of living in P. G. I row on row- ..

I And in the countless hillsides of America
o green !:! today,
I
It makes the Starke Telegraph mad to have newspaper: roses and peonies, hawthorn and lily, are wind blown as they

to refer to that town as!' "Stark" when it should be Starke. mantle the graves of our dead-the graves of our soldier ,I

here is nothing "stark" about Starke. It is one of Flori a'i dead and the graves of our civilian dead-just those we loved

livest inland cities.-Times-Union. And growing more so a little while and lost.

f'V'ry day, as people can now come in from every direction I i "In Flanders fields the poppies growBetween ,

without sending their cars to the :repair shop.Jnow I the crosses, row on row I!

B _>_B O aB That mark our place, and in the sky

the state in which you live. How many people living The larks, still bravely singing, fly, r

in Florida know that the state has at least 30,000 beauti ''I| Scarce heard amid the guns below:' I II ,

ful lakes ; more lakes than any state in the Union? Across Strangely enough, the least known of any line in this:: I II

Florida is a string of pretty sandy-bottomed lakes in whichthe i j best known of Memorial Day poems, is the line of hope i 'I'

water is as clear as crystal, excellent for bathing and fish: I! !oriel therein Yr f

ing. Florida's lakes are among its great attractions, from the "The larks, still bravely singing, fly-"

largest! Lake Okeechobee, to the smallest.-Times-Union. Not Death itself can still Life, says the poem.
I
o Not even green graves where sleep those loved by us who
The Manufacturer's! Record carries the announcement by
bear them blossoms:: :: of memory can choke the singing something -
President: Warfield of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company I
within each and every one of us, which reaches out:;
of plans for the erection of 35 stations costing $1,500- 1
fur life and more life abundant. I .
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000 along the now extension between West Palm Beach and I
Miami. So far as we can learn cities along the main line of theroad I The dead would wish:: it so. .Memories and love for them, ORIGIN OF MEMORIAL DAY I BROOKER spent Sunday here with her! par-

between Jacksonville will continue yes. Blossoms abloom in the heart for them each day even ants, Mr. and Mrs E. M. Hazen.
and to
Tampa get
I 1 1\IaY2S-\liss:
they bloom their this Memorial NEA SERVICE Brooker, : LubeJm Mph Hazen, spent Monday in
as:! upon graves Day. But no (By )
along with the old wooden shacks they have had for lo, these '
rinholster, of Tampa, spent Sunday Waldo.
dirge. No cloud upon the days. The Memorial Day idea was bony
many years.-Dade City Banner. in a stately old Colonial mansionof I here with her mother, Mrs R. A. Weeks was a business visitor
Just "a carrying on" they ask of us. Our home dead ask
to Starke
Tuesday.
-o Columbus, Georgia, the home of A. J. Pinholster.
for a "carrying on" of living, even though living without the ( Miss ]Harriet Ritch of Starke,
Group of the driestof the dry in had their pictures Mrs. John Tyler, 0:1 April 26, 1866. I Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell, aivl
congress -
beacon light of love seems an empty thing. afternoon spent Saturday here as guest of
The wounds! of the Civil War Miss May Mott spent Sunday -
struck in
Washington the other each member molding
day, Miss Virginia Weeks.
Our soldier dead-those brave, gallant, laughing soldier were fresh in the land. Aching; at Hague.
large bone to signify how dry they The II. P. Gainey was a business vsitor -
upu were. group and Mrs. G. A. Pinholster, i
.lead of 61, of 98 and of'18, ask for a "carrying on," of no hearts were stealing to cemeteriesI Jlr. I
consisted of Congressman! T. Fitzgerald of Ohio R. A. I | to Waldo Tuesday.
; bedeck the graves of soldier and baby, cf Jacksonville spent
compromise:: with the foe when right is right- I
R. A. Weeks visitor to
Green of F'lorida13.; G. Lowery of Missiasijpi!\ ; John Tillman, sons and husbands who had died i Sunday here with friends and rata I was a

of Arkansas, and Bill Upshaw, of Geor ia. The picture did "Take up our quarrel with the foe: fighting for the blue or the gray. tives.Mrs. Starke Mr. and last Mrs.Saturday J. J. afternoon.Morgan and

not show the members wearing sandals and no camels wens ;. To you from falling hands we throw Thousands of others sought home. J. at L, Fort Taylor Meado returned Sunday.o, I I I Mr.\ and Mrs. L. R. Gainey attend-

added as a background.-Times-Union. There are all kinds The torch; be yours to hold it high I" graves of those Called "missing'1 i 'I :iv.r;:: her[i jed church at Little Rock Sunday.

of bones but the most common in use are not held in the hand Memorial Day is a day for the living as well as the dead. and longed for even a grave to call| I with after home spending folks.a feW
to signify how dry the holder might be. A day of tieir.own.! I I' fish fry at Earlton Beach Saturday
challenge
to "take up the torch and hold it high"- I Mr. and Mrs E. T. tIU'Tt an''!
It was then that Mrs. Tyler called evening: Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott
t the torch of and eternal Paul, spent Sunday at Gruhum.I ,
o peace peace if these our soldier son'-
together the women of her town Crosby and children, Mr. and Mrs.
The knockers are not all! dead. A northern resident pass dead, shall sleep where poppies.grow in Flanders fields. and organized a Ladies' Memorial I Oicna Gainesville Godwin, and the children lat 1 L. W. Sowell, Mr. and Mrs. Hemp
of spent
ing through Starke on h''.. way home from Miami, asked a I 0 Association. The women went ter of the week hero with i''Conerly] Mrs. P. A. Crosby and
from Mrs. Tyler's home to Linwood part Hugh Butler and Misses Mar:/
I -.1 1 son
((1) what
was going en here and his reply wa< "Thnre's MS Mr. and Mrs. M.\ Matheny.: ,
FLORIDA'S FUTURE IN 1.111- cemetery Columbus whoeferias Mott and Toleida Gainey.
nothing doing in Starko I I :Mrs A. F. Raulerso.n returnedI ,1 |
Luckily the visitor in .
crmo! contact 1 i Memorial Day exerUci(
with someone who took the time to show that Starke hag; "A million dirt farmers" is Florida's need today the !! were held, and the women solemn. I I to her home in Okeechobee after I, NAW.KS;; NOT TO

more buildings under construction! now than at any other j! Florida Inventory Congress at Palm Beach is old by a Virginia -,' ly pledged to c-ry: : on the sweet I''!I her spending parents three, Mr.weeks and Mrs.here II.with P. I BE ON BALL01

time! and that business! : conditions' are improving all the time. 1 chain store magnate. The merchant, J. C.- Penny of Nor- task. ol decorating the graves of I j Gainey. I Eleven Candida'"8 IIave No Opt

Every town has a few individuals who enjoy knocking the 'folk, has a scheme for peopling twent-acre farms rather than |j I the soMior dead on the same day I I :Mr. and Mrs I. W. Pinholster, fo I position

town in which they live and it is apparent there is still one selling fifty-foot lots, believing intensified farming would |I each year. Tampa, spent Sunday here with ol"108 >n

left in starke who does nut hesitate telling a lie. build up a permanent prosperity, Within a very few'years the ilea||I trends; and relatives.v I I' the Eleven June candidates for becoiC18;:
>, had swept the nation primary have
I until Dlemor.n \. w. Baxter of Jacksonville.
-v- I The fact_that .Mr. Penny is interested in selling far I I I Iial eel became a holiday so j!w. anest of his mother, biro E. 1 E. I i nominees nf the Democratic party

Nothing helps to enliven a town more than a good band, I lams is asme irom the point that the "glory of the beaches,', I des by Co/> sal The date,. I Baxter as tiers Sunday I because of no opposition, It was

and Starke, county site of Bradford county, is soon to have I : I is he expressed it, must be backed up with something I however, is optional with the states P. p. L. ->nt:;. of Wildwood, spent| t announced at the secretary ofState's
more i
H splendid \ I\ t themselves Several southern the home of D:1[ !' office, Tallahassee. They
musical organization of this kind. Several of tho solid than mere dependence upon tourist trade and I states Sunday here at
resorters adhere: to the original du.of ere PS follows:
young men of the town have ordered band instruments and i i i The eastern April and \Mrs. G. B. CoUon' .1"\\
shore of Lake Michigan is lined, from the In- 26. But most of tho states celebrate returned 1 For Congress: : Herbert J. Dranc,
S. E. Ritch has been placed in charge of the organization. 'i|; iiiana! state line to the Straits of Mackinac, with summer re- :Memorial Day on :May 3u when her Mrs.home Arrie Saturday Colson"venlng aft.cr. I Lakeland and R. A. Green Starke; ;,.

The Starke Telegraph says the boys will get right down to, orts. But the thrifty West Michigan folk donot flowers are in bloom for decorative i' t "ellon wit, attorney general J. B. Johnson,
depend spending a week in Dum.
I I '
strenuous practice this summer, and it is hoped that by next J'! the resorters entirely to furnish them a living. West Michi upon of the graves. I I'| her son, Clyde Col on. She vac. ncompnnied ,C' Live! Oak; 8upremo court Willis' '
winter the band will sufficiently proficient in the is of | General John A. Logan of Civil 'U.3n II. Ellis, Armstead Brown and Ely.
home
art of play- gun one the best fruit-growing by Mr. C<- /
regions in the
ing to give the town I United 1 I War free is credited: with the first !, who jfTs Euford, Tallahassee! etato'eIatlurney
some fine concerts in the bandstand. Rates All along the Pere Marquette spent Sunday here I I W' .
sixth
Starke has '! Railway are thousands::,i | general Proclamation setting aside :Mrs. Wiley Kelley, of New circuit E'p
had several bands in the past, and number of | of acres of orchards and farming land. I (Memorial: day each year as a i,j was guest! of Mrs. G. B. Colson River,,, R, 'n, V.r*!a City; eighth circ nit J. C
years ago claimed one of the best musical *h clr
organizations in the The day of tribute. i Adk IK 'Jnlneiiville
; seven
prosperous towns and cities Saturday afternoon. t
elate n picture of the band appearing in the Times-Union a I I region are not kept up by the resort trade.of the True West Michigan I 'I In 18CM, when Logan was com- ,I Royce Gainey( and Alph Hazen,, (cult C.A- "yer, Orlando and, !

few weeks ago. Citizens hope the new organization will be brought in during the the money mander-in-chief of the G. A. R., spent last Friday and Saturday aft < ightoi>nti> *' "nit. Dewey A.IhiN

ready for public appearance soon.-Times-Union. summer season has made many a native tory has it thtt his wife returned I I tcrnoon in Brooksville.Mr. Brndenton nn'd tate senator, t. ,b,
family wealthy, but only rarely is that income sufficient from a so'ithcr.i vi..it; and told haw'I : Gone Hazcn, and :Mr. and ty-sevmth listt''>ict> J. J. Parrk

the |! to keep a family the year around. Besides, the resort trade id:1 I I thr grave of ?avlt Confederate aol1 :Mrs. Truby Hazen, of Sarasota, Titasvillc.IIERBERF.
Inn : :
,
republic like law represents the will of the limited and cannot support a big dler: at Petersburg was decorat.-d J | ,spent the week-end here with ---
people in action. If it does not I( population, even in the sea with a wreath: and a confederate
the
represent
preponderance! J !son. It is the fruit country which is the j j friends and relatives. BLAKE
of public opinion, the of backbone of West; fin*. L. R.
means repeal are provided under our Michigan Gainey was n business visitors "
prospc'rity.Presumably It was then that 'Black Eagle'' .1 (' lak61: died early laaf
system of government. The genuinely and intelligently '' to New River :Monday morn might
patriotic Florida's Logon issued an order from G. A. at a local hospital after a
idle
citizens of this republic will not be found lands could be developed to a i R., ing.R. '
crying out headquarters short illness.
state of productivity. on May 5, 1883, E. Hazen, of Gainesvilc, Mr. Blake was a
Much
against the laws of the land or engaged in breaking them of course, depends upon the char making Memorial Day a northern hero with Mr. and srentSunday Mrs 1 native of London England, comlni
acter of
the
either privately or publicly, by running your highpowered soil and the amount of rain fall. Some Florida | a* veil as a southern custom. G. W. Hazen. to this city several years ago. lIe

automobiles on public highways over 45 miles hour by I !land is unequalled for fertility, :notably the reclaimed Ever- I Mr. John Colson of Lake City, came to Jacksonville from Lake
per .
sporting hip pocket flasks filled with snake poison. The :' glades. Other sections are known to be deserts, hopeless without Vote for Geo. F. Young for representative spent the latter part of last week t la, Butler, Fla., 4 years ago. He was ..
is the nation irrigation. Transportation could be furnished lie stand for the interests here with his son, G. B. Colson. > member of the Masonic Lod.:'
sum of the units which go to make it up. It i< ,i, were assured, and as for markets if production of the people of Bradford I Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey and j ]'I I and First Christian church of Lake
upon the behavior and the thinking of the individual that the i cities but not only the Florida county-for drainage and good daughters, LoIs' and Tolieda and Cutler lie is survived by his widow,
all
stability and quality of government depends. Keep in mind I the North is ready to consume out-of-season roads. Paid Adv. 5213t. Miss Josephine Chesser motored to I Mrs. :Margaret Blake, of Stone-

your own responsibility. If .vegetables or tropical fruits. I Hampton Sunday afternoon. well street.
well-intentioned
every citizen II
of -
the Florida's recent I :Mrs, E. J, Ward and son, Del I The body will be taken to Lake
republic did reaction Vote for
this, good government would be a much more from the wild orgy of specula- Geo. F. Young for rep- bent Butler Wednesday where
returned to their morning,
easily attained tion has not injured Florida. i resentative. He stand for the Intcrcsts home hereafter ,
On
objective.-Gainesville the
the
Evening News. contrary, it probably i. of spending two weeks Tampa. I funeral services and Interment
| the people of BradfoM I
urged the region of I I
will
many unscrupulous real estate operators j Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hazcn and take place. Tho Seashole Fu-
county-for drainage
RELIEVING THE FARMERSFor and gamblers. Florida's boom has not collapsed, but the at-I i i roads. Paid Adv. 5213t.and good;! ,son, Robert Douglass of Gaincrj- I I neral Parlors are in charge of the

|i tention of investors, of Florida itself, should be turned from [\;:lIe spent Sunday here with Erica 11 arrangements.-Times-Union.

four years the national capital has been the scene speculation in land to building for permanent prosperity. This i I Vote for A. J. Thomas for representative and relatives. I O. E. S. MEETINGMrs. ,
of interminable :Mrs. G. B. Colson
about and ROJilo
controversy! the troubles of the farmers i son, -
may come through certain year-around industries, but it is -a farmer and the and Bob, and .
Gene
particularly those of the middle west and northwest Long spentMonday Lena Bird, Grand Matron of
but more likely to come through agriculture. But farmers' friend. Paid Adv. 5-29-2t.! i ; in
mere winter i Lake City.
it has resort I I the order
proved almost impossible to obtain agreement of Eastern Star, of Flor- :
any on profits, great :Mrs. R. W.
though
they be Branncn and
cannot support twelve I grandmother 'da, will\ be 31.
the things that ought to be done. A large part of the farming months in the year the vast investments Vote for A. J. Thomas for representative I Mrs Millie\ Gainey All here Monday, May .
in this members
modern motor-I of the Order are es- t
population has had a hard time and -a farmer and ed to Waldo I
opinions differ as to how j I "Land of Promise."-Louisville Courier-Journal. they;' Saturday pected to be present at the Ma t
I I I I farmers' friend. Paid Adv. 5292t. Mrs. O. G. Strayhorne, of Wold3,, hall at 8 o'clock p. m.

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