Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Over 2500; Canes Put Up and Ready

BEGIN For ShipmentThe Memorial na-AiI: 26th, will 1 lie>
observed by the United Daughters of

I MONDAY W. E. Lee cannery, under the Against the Confederacy. The exercises! will I j je ,
supervision of R. C. Hutchinson, is b at the Methodist church, 2:30: I p.i i COURT SESSION
turning out large quantities of deli- m., Rev. L. B. Simpson being the !I

surrounded cious grapefruit. At the end of last speaker of the day, and Mrs. 1Z.. '-,_
trial, with more in- week 250P cases had been put up and. Convict Camp Boss idkinn will have rhurKU of the IIIUHIC, Wnirt'N Drawn for Special and lle/r.!
est than any held 'In ,Starke for they will be ready for shipment as Irs. Nelle Hughes! will !give as a reading ulnr Solution, of Circuit Court- .u
ars> will take place Monday, when son as the labels are put on. ThisIs Riley's poem, "The Silent Vlc-
;" )te' white men, members of the highly done by machinery which has been linker County Grand Jury Returned C OF C. MEETING:' tore," and the Children of the Confederacy i The following hut* ot: trurty-six men

department in Alachua county, ordered but at this writing has not True Bill Against Roddenberry will also contribute several i to nerve on the grand and petit juries
i II be put on trial, charged with 'yet arrived. Wednesday afternoon the Ruby Da- number. during the special term of court to ,

vtng shot into the dwelling house Many of the employes have been Macclenny, April 11.,.-John Rod vis Chapter, C. of C. met! at the home The vteruns of J. J. Dickinou Camp bo held! In Starke, next Monday, Apr. )
jsherlc Hagan, of Palatka, the venue with the cannery since work began denberry, convict camp boss at the of the director, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, on will be entertained at dinner by :Mrs.S. 23, has been handed to Sheriff Epper

t ving been changed by Judge A. V. there; about five weeks ago, and have" turpentine camp of T. J. Knabb, state N.. Walnut street. E. Brownlee, Mrs. W. L. Wall and son for summoning. This special
bng from Palatka to Starke. become The following officers were present >Ir.. J. M. Brownlee at the residence
proficient. Some of the workIs senator, in Baker' county, who was court is a cause transferred from Putnam .
r iTais ease grow out of the killing done by the piece, and the skilled indicted late yesterday on a charge President, Lucille Mitchell; Vlce-Pre- of Col. W. T. Weeks. county circuit court when a
a young'white man by the name oft ones make good money' but all are of cruel treatment'to prisoners todaywas nident, Elise Jones; IttaTorian, !Mary\ School children are requested to change of venue was granted to nina '
\ L. Cross, in Gainesville, the killing satisfied with the remuneration they at liberty in $1,000 bond. lie Canova; Secretary Hazel MIddleton; take bouquets of flowers, securely tied I defendants, charged with attempt to '

jag done by a drunken negro bye receive. The work is clean and light pleaded not guilty when arraigned in Treasurer, Harriet Ritch. There were together, to Miss Olive Ray, at the murder and with shooting into an occupied -
name of Johnson on the night of also present godly number of chap chool'building. Others having flowers '
" and the utmost order prevails.A circuit court and his case was set for a house one night early in
february 24th. Young Cross, who couple of days of last week the trial at the October term. ter members and several visitors. are requested to send them to the March, when an attempt to take out rand
1. ad not been long 'married, and just work was temporarily stopped be The indictment was the outgrowthof The youthful president transacted Methodist church next Thursday about lynch a prisoner! was frustratedby

. [lossoming into the finest' years of his cause the fruit supply gave out. But charges made by Paul Revere her duties Incorrect parliamentarystyle 9 i a. m., where they will be used for ,Sheriff lIagan. The venire is as
; fe was standing on a street in reports were made by the various decorating the church and later taken
> two more carloads were on the tracks White, 17 years old, of Washington/ ; follows:
ainesville talking to a friend wheno Monday morning, and work began that he had been flogged while in the officers and chairmen of dominit- to; the cemetery to be laid 1 on soldiers' R. R. Thede, W. A. Jones, G. B.

half drunken negroes brushed by anew. The season will last until camp. White was convicted in Alachua tees, and the entire proceedings reflected grave Mrs. Paul E Canova, Mrs. Cnlson, B. E. Newsom, M.: J. Batten,
7 hem in passing. Cross told the negroes June 1st, and will begin again in January county for vagrancy and leased to much credit on the director, W. E. Davis and Mrs. 0.. L. Beaitluy R. T. Oatecn, J. V. Jones, A. A. Futch !
ws to watch where they were go of next year. the turpentine camp. Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, and her assistant, compose the committee on decoration. R. S. Humphrey, T. L. Wainwright, F
ng. It is stated that the negroes Mrs. O. L. Haynes.At Those on the cemetery committee are
Joe Jones, Jr., sheriff of Baker Runs Vance, L. II. Hall, P. E. Johns,
Balked on for a short distance, then "3MILIN' THROUGH" SELECTED county, told tonigbt that White was this meeting final arrangements, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. Florence'owell P. M. Johns, M. L. Johns, J. C. Keen,
ohnson, in a loud voice, said he was BY HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORSThe brought to his jail Feb. 24, from the were made for sending a box of towels, and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Jr., W. M. Harroll, Joe Griflls, Tru-
ing to kill a white man and that camp. White's condition, he said, was clothing! etc., to the Old Soldiers''' The public cordially invited to at. man Thomas, D. C. Jones, G. A. Gar

was 'going to ca'use some trouble. B. H. S. graduating class of "run down from want of medical at Home, in Jacksonville.As tend the memorial exercises Thursday diner, A. II. lIarley, J. II. Kelley, J.

Shortly thereafter, while Cross ands 1923 will be entertained at a theatre tention, his feet were swollen, ,his part of the historical program, afternoon, 2:30: at the Methodist E. Adkins, J. Q. Crews, R. R. PrevattL.
companion were still talking ate party next Friday evening at 'the hands were in bad shape" and "in ten I :Rev. LV.. Klckliter !gave an excel church. D. Taylor, G. W. Andrews, J.- M.

same spot, Johnson fired at Gaiety Theatre by the juniors. The days believe' he would have been a I lent address.on; tho life of Jefferson Norman, R. M. Canon, O. W. Thomas,
hem from the opposite side of the feature for this date, April 27th, was dead man if he hadn't gotten treat- i pa vis,;to whjch the children !listened K. K. KLUB ENTERTAINEDMrs. L. G. Powell, C. N. Holder, J. S. Norman

net without :warning, the ball go- ,cancelled and the juniors allowed to ment." with appreciative attention. Zary Crawford, W. D. Johns. j
|g, through Cross' heart, who died I select a picture of their choice for the told him Immediately after adjournment, the E. M. Johns was the hostess The following venire was drawn "
The sheriff said that White
stantly. The negro fired a second ,occasion. company were Invited into the dining Friday afternoon of'tho K. K. Klub, for service at the regular spring term ,
he had been forced to'work on regardless
ot at Cross' companion, who saved The juniors were unanimous in'their condition1 room, ''where Miss "Alleon": Alvarez at her home on N. Walnut street. of the circuit court for Bradford

s life by dropping to the* ground an I selection) of a First National ''attrattiijn had been v.of beaten his by ,Jtoddenberry.andthat lie he served refreshing fruit ,punch and ;The card tables were arranged on county, which convenes In Starke, r
stant before the shot was fired. '* wafers. the porch, which was decorated with Monday May 7th
"Smilin Through, featuringNorma : and forc- :
was fed on bread and water
|.The negro disappeared immediate- Talmadge. This selection ed to work with White was potted plants, swinging baskets and J. L. Shriver, A. B.: Surrency, (l. C. al
after the shooting, but was later speaks well for the class, as it is the quoted as saying.negroes'The boy had two MRS. TURNER ENTERTAINS wall vases Containing roses and nas- Mott, W. E. Torodu. L. R. Kalchrett- i,

ted and captured by officers, who only picture released for years that of a rake in his foot, the sheriff urtlums. ter, S. W. Brown, B. C. Ow ley, J. S.
nd him drunk and in possession ofpistol received the endorsement of exhibi- prongs said But! White told him he had Mr and Mrs. F. L. Turner entertained Mrs. 10'. F. Stump won the first Forsyth, N. W. Mansell, John Underhill v

; from which two bullets had tors everywhere, both as a box office been made, to keep on working. There 'the Lucky 13 Club Thursday prize, which was a rose colored bro I J. J. Byrd, C. C. Grim, R. O. ?p
n recently fired. Johnson was ta- attraction and a picture of high entertainment his back evening at their pleasant home on W. caded vanity case, and to Mrs. N. Norman, J. W. L. Pinholster, D. J. O.
eight scars on
were seven or
i to the Putnam county jail at Pa.ka value. ''made Call street. ,Sternberjf was handed second prize, Green, Jet Lewis, H. A. Prescott, D.
that "looked like they were
for safekeeping To accommodate the crowds, the said. Mrs. Edward Burns won the ladies' a box of gilt edge writing paper. A. Mutphurs, Newn Jones, C. J. f
with leather Sheriff Jones
fA few nights later a party of men picture will be run two days, Thursday Roddenberry, could not be locatedfor first prize, which was a bottle of Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., made low Crews. J. M. Rosier, O. L. Haynes, J,
ant to the Palatka jail and under- and Friday, April 26th and 27th. but Djer Kiss toilet water. J. M. Mitchell score and as consolation! was handed a II. Pollard, G. W. Hazcn, J. W. Lewis,
a statement, he was quoted assaying '
k; to secure possession of the negro Seats will .reserved en Friday eve that he will be able to establish carried off the gentleman's first fancy powder puff. The hostess servo W. M. Parker, L. 1>. Johns, H. F.
hnson. The party was met. at the ning for the class. that the boy did not receive cruel prize, a dork of cards, while Mrs. J. ed brick Ice cream and home-mado Warren, Martin Oliver, II. E. Thorns -

,.or by Sheriff Hagan, who refuse treatment. White Injured his hands C. Robinson made low. cake. J. A. Howe, ]F. A. Scott, O. L. Un-
give the negro up. It is SCHOOL HOUSE MADE SAFEIt Rod The hostess served tempting refreshments The guests included Mesdumes KM- lerhill, W. M. Bryan, J. P. Dowling,
it shots were fired by both parties, and feet to keep from working, of sandwiches, nut bread, ward Burns,' O. L Haynus, E. It. B. Perkins.

crowd dispersing immediately af. was found some time ago that denberry is quoted as having ,!laid.i fruit gelatine, salad, olives and Ice Biggs N. Sternberg, J. M. Mitchell*

failing to secure'the prisoner through the sagging of the roof In tea, and on the tables were placed E. R. Neff, J. W. Andrews, Jr., F. L. BURKIIART-TIIOMAH
ter on fifteen young white men, places, cracks in the ceiling cf some Brother" Pushed Case dishes of salted nuts. Turner, G. A., Collins, O. L. Beasley,

npanions of Cross and engaged in of the rooms in the upper story had Washington, April 11.-Harrison Besides the host and hostess, Mr. Hisses Florence Matthews, Hilda Mr. Lee Burkhart and Miss Martha -
I work of the state road department developed,' causing the plaster to fall M. White, an employe of the Internal and Mrs. Turner, those.enjoying this Struth, Mabel) We)ler, and Mrs. Florence Luvrftla Thomas were united in

|Gainesville, were arrested and and rain water to leak through.Con- Revenue Bureau and a brother of party were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Powell., marriage by Judge Green at his office 44
ed in jail, being later Indicted for tractor C. N.'Cooper was engaged to Paul Revere White, took a leading'1 Burns, Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Young, Saturday at 1:80: p. in.
"' i'shooting at Palatka.he make necessary repairs.Mr. part in bringing to light the latest!'>I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek, Mr. and i\ FINE FRUIT ORCHARD Mr. Burkhart Is a prosperous farm ,.

defendants claim they were Cooper, who understands the alleged irregularities the turpen- Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. J. er of Alachua; his bride Is the daughter I
in Palatka on the night of the theory as well as the practice of tine camp in Florida' of State Senate; 'I C. Robinson. Fred Deck, of Oak Crest Cottage on ; of Mr.'PInk Thomas, of the Bel-
,t 'T. J. Knabb. : .. Lafayette street, reports many Improvements .
oting and knew nothing of the at- building, found upon examinationthat more community Clay county. The
pted lynching of the negro John- the roof trusses had been fault Mr. White said today that in February MRS. E. L. BIGGS GIVES PARTY on his property, which Ceremony was witnessed by several
he informed citizenof marks him as one of our progressive
i. the was by a -
ily constructed by original con friends and relatives of the contractng -
Sheriff Epperson has summoned a tractors. He went to work straightening Macclenny of his brother's trou Mrs. E. L; Biggs" entertained at citizens. A vineyard of Carmen parties.. The couple left by auto
rial venire of men to serve as ju- the trusses, replaced weak bles and immediately went to the bridge Friday evening, in honor of! !grapes has lately been set out and, are for their home In Alachua.CREW8RAFUSK.
jnra in this case. It is expected the members with strong new timbers, place. In the meantime, he said, his ,'the birthday anniversary of her husband I ,growing. nicely. Mr. Beck's opinionIs e

se will draw many from other sec- and placed struts and tie rods in sucha brother, who had been a prisoner in Dr. E. L. Biggs. that bunch grapes of the adapted :.
ons of the state'who are interested manner that the trusses are able the camp, was broken in body and ) The bridge game resulted in Mrs.II varieties should do well In this vicin .1

its outcome. to support the heavy tile roof: as spirit by overwork and had been removed -''N. Sternberg winning the ladles' prizea ity and hopes to lear *hat other of The home of-Mr and Mrs. E. M.
long as the timbers last. Other repairs to the Macclenny jail by the box of beautiful stationery, and O. our growers will take advantage of \
STREET IMPROVEMENT were also made, and the building sheriff of Baker county and the superintendent L. Beasley' was handed gentleman'sprize this paying opportunity for another RafuHe, near Hampton, was afternoon the sceneof
and of prisons. There he a deck of bridge cards./ 'I ash crop to follow our strawberries. a pretty wedding Sunday
is now in a safe good con- Miss
when their daughter
[ The street committee of the town dition. was given medical care and treatmentby The accomplished hostess served delicious lie also has a number of tree blue- youngest
and accomplish
ouncil is having the unpaved streets the state. refreshments in the dining I birrles, delicious fruit, set out, and Berta, a charming
bride of:
lady, became Mr.
raded. up by means of a grader MRS. ADKINS ENTERTAIN:' :' Mr. White then brought his brother rom, and the beautifully appointee, his Japanese persimmons and other young ,
Everett Crews, a prosperous young
.rawn by a tractor. This means that READING CIRCLE back to Washington, where an affidavit table centered by a large cake, on fruit trees are just a now a delightful stockman of
Farmer and Lawtey.
which he said which burned thirty-three candles in sight in their new growth. With .
re will have smoother driving, sight. was prepared, resulted
After a sumptuous dinner, the couple
streets, where rain water cannot The reading circle'of tire Methodist in the indictment of John Rod- pink rosebud holders. an excellent strawberry patch and left by auto for their home near
entertained on the Those enjoying this delightful affair fine vegetable garden, Major (Buck's
and fn pools and breed mosquitoes, Missionery" Society was denberry, convict camp boas at The was performed
nd where trash and substances that Monday afternoon by Mrs. A. Z. Ad farm. were i Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas place Is one of the show places of Lawtey. ceremony A. Green in the -

foul the air will be buried. kins at her beautiful home on North The boy has a roving disposition, ley, Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynetf, Mr. Starke and many of our,citizens en- by of Judges.R.large circle of friends.presence and
The proper shaping of the streetsill Walnut street. Mr. White said, and delights in trav and Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mr. and Mrs joy'a drive through Oak Crest and a a '
require several workings withe Miss Amelia Ray conducted the leu- eling over the country, although he I jj. W. Andrews. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. N. look over the Beck place. ;

road machinery, each time bring.g son from the book "Building With constantly keeps in touch with his Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns, A PRETTY WEDDINGThe
better results. The aim Is to have India" which is the study for the parents. In November he was arrested -I Miss Mabla Weller, J. J. Truby and NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC -

hem well crowned, without hollowsnd year. Those assisting in presenting in Florida on a vagrancy Mrs. Wolfe.
When the Scouts and other home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
bumps, so that they will shed the the lesson were: Mesdames L. A. charge, he said, and a few weeks later Boy
White J. H. Ritch Emily ATTENTION, BOY SCOUTS 1 committees come to make sanitary Inspection Rosier, in the Waterouk section,

ain water at once. Also to have the Davis, J. W. received a letter from his. brother
gutters open so that the water collected Philips,'W. E. Middleton and Mill written in the prison camp. The let- of your premises next Monday was the scene of a pretty wedding on
in them can quickly run off. We Olive Ray. ter told nothing, Mr. White said, "as The real estate and insurance firm I please treat them with politenessand Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock,

>.will not only have good streets and amore At the close of the study period, he was not allowed to write just what of Peek to Burns will give $1 each invite inspection. Clean up and when their charming daughter, MiesDolores
I healthful and pleasant town, bute the following charming program was was going on." month for twelve months to the boy i get ready for inspection.C. Etta, became the bride of>t
cost of ditching along the streets enjoyed: Suit for damages against State of each troop ranking highest In behavior L. PEEK, Mayor. Mr. A. C. Carmichael, of Plant City.

will be materially reduced. Instrumental (a) Dance Romantique Senator Knabb Is being prepared by and scout knowledge and du= The bride was unattended.\ She
(Klasmer); '(b) Nevin's Love Song- his attorneys in Florida, Mr. White havior, scout knowledge and duties. SERVICES AT PINE FOREST was beautifully attired in white satin
Miss White. added. Stark. has two troops of Boy There will be services at the Pine and never looked lovelier. She is accomplished -

WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT Recitation The Dolly's New Gown ,-_, 0 Scouts, in charge of Messrs. H. L. Forest school house the Fourth Sun attractive, a favorite, In
-Lois Adkins. CARD OF THANKS Brownlee and L Wyman, and this offer day of April and the Saturday night her community, and a member of one
'Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Green announce Voice, The Garden of SleepMrs.F. on the part of Messrs. Peek & preceding. Rev. G.' L. Carter, el of the most highly respected families
[the marriage of their daughter, Katie H. Long. Burns will be an extra incentive to Ocala, will 'officiate. AU are cordially of the county. The groom is an industrious
1 Belle, to Mr. Howard J. ,Boring, of Instrumental, Pierette "(Charmi- We wish to expresav our heartfelt excel sin scout craft. Invited to attend.ATTENTION. and upright young man and
[Waldo, Fla., May 20, 1923. nade-Mrs. E. K. Perryman. thanks to the many friends who so holds a responsible position with the
kindly assisted us during the sickness VETERANS Seaboard Air Line Railway. .
Voice, (a) Wind Song (Rogers); SCOUT TROOP No. 2 COMMITTEEAt ,
and death of our devotedwife and After receiving the congratulationsof
PRESBYTERIANSunday Dream (Tayor-) -
(b) Ah, Let me
Mrs. J. W.,Andrews, Jr. mother. Especially do we thank Dr. the last meeting of the Christian Thursday, April 26th, being Memorial a large circle of relatives and
Adkins was assisted in serving Seeber King for his untiring efforts. Brotherhood it was decided that day, all members of J. J. Dick- friends, the young couple left by
school aa 10 a.11 m. 'm. Mrs.delicious light refreshments by B. J. Sapp and Family. the organization would sponsor TroopNo. lIOn Camp, No. 1617, U. C. V., are train for Plant City, where they will

The Preachingl.nieeat time of the evening I. services ,her little;daughters, Hazel and Lots, 2 and President Kicklltar appointed requested to meet' at the courthouse reside. The ceremony was performedby
[ has been-changed to 8 o'clock. : and Mrs.: J. W. Andrews, Jr; The Mrs. J. H. Ritch and son, lIamUton, Judge Green aa chairman of in Starke at 10 o'clock a. m., on that Judge R. A. Green. xi
flowers used to decorate the attractive Mrs. F. H. Long, F. A. Scott and Rev the 'troop committee.' ,Judge Green day -to honor its observance and for
,of the morning' service a
i were Paul Neyron roses L. B. Simpson motored to Jackson chose Mr. Edward Barns and Prof. S. transacting minor business.W. D. J. McLeod. of Springfield, Mo.,
andre rooms
"TheTwo CoYeDants"-privi1ege lilies. villa Tuesday to attend the Christian S. Dowllng a* his sIstanU.. The T. WEEKS, has spent a few days In Stark. visiting
and amaryllis
ponsibiJIt I ). T. J. HEDGES, The third Monday In May the cir Education meeting" at the First Methodist .- Brotherhood voted a vote of confidence S. F. MORGAN, Capt-Com relatives and renewing acquaintances

Minister. cle will meet with Mrs. Ed R. Neff., church. In the work of troop one. Adjutant. .. Aw r



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m_ IDID..tIIwmCXilltNew. ( to take advantage in a large way, of Elmer was eating dinner in a restaurant A RECORD THAT WAS NEVER

I the present prices of cotton by raising when three men entered and ap- MATCHED After EoeF)' oM'"'

of Florida in Short Paragraph. thj biggest crop since boll weevil proachd him. Professing to be deputy! -
infestation. The prediction is freely sheriffs they told him they were looking During", the sixteen months Sept.

made that this year's crop will exceed I Cur a stolen automobile and that 1, 1921! to January 1, 1923, the Broth ngGi
that of last year's by at least one / thfe tihysician's, which stood ut the erhood of American. Yeoman placed

hundred per cent. No movement in curb, answered the description. Going legal reserve insurance aggregating
recent years has so taken hold of the outside with them he was seized, $100,000,000 on 134,000 members.

ToM by Our Exchange&. farmer's imagination as the benefits handcuffed and whisked away by several This is the biggest piece of life insurance Top oil each
of a cotton crop "ninety per cent nor men in another machine.J. work ever accomplished in
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The\ contract bus been awarded fur ty, who declares that Danielson was I cents. U. Furgeson, a harness "u iiker, : any insurance concern. This record I of
the erection of the new Lako county utempting to draw a gun while being of Tampu told a Tribune reporter has never been matched. Many [ WRICLEYII

court house at Tuvurus. The price arrested on u liquor charge. In A hail storm which lasted for about that about two weeks ago he repaired ternal societies older than the I'a-I satisfies ut which ho new xtructure is to be a dying statement Dunielson said ho thirty minutes late Thursday nftl'r-I'' a convict whip for a "whipping boss," men, do not have as large a tooth aadl

built in $205,830. offered no resistance.Miis noon wreaked havoc with: from a nearby state convict camp. of business as the Yeomen book aids digestion
shrubbery and window panes in the I Furgeson said that he did not know ninety days. The record show that

Every night a special cucumber II. Castle teacher of English Arredonda section according to S. I). the man's name or what camp he: WitS but fifteen of the one hundred and Pleasure

train from Webster and a special at Downing Industrial Institute' is in Gaskins owner of a farm near this from. I He[ said the man entered his seventy-four old line companies in the conabsut( i
string1 bean train from Center1 Hill, go the Pensacola Hospital suffering from settlement. Mr. Gaskins reportedthat shop with tho whip which was above United States have us large an

forward, making about ono hundred tho streets of serious injuries which all window panes on the East siJu 'I live feet long and weighed between amount of insurance as the Yeomen
urn cacli vegetable per week. she sustained while trying to correct of his house had been broken; that cucumber live\ and six pounds'\ and asked him to and that 153 of them have less legal!

a 14-year old boy in the school. The and bean plants were killed I repair it. According to Fergeson the reser\e business on their books than
Gainesville, voted a $300,000 municipal boy broke loose from Miss Castle and : and that trees were torn from their whip was nearly worn out on the end the Yeomen placed on its books in I

bond issue, providing fur the er*I in trying to catch him the teacher full roots during the wind an..I hail itorm. I and was rotfgh from constant use. sixteen months although many of
ectiun of a municipal building and for I over a desk dislocating/ her hip and This was the worst hail storm in his he said that it was merely a heavy them arc more than forty years old.
extension of street paving and light, producing a very painful injury. She experience, Mr.\ Gaskins declared, leather strap. He smoothed the rough In short it has taken most old line

,', water and newer connection to outlying was at once carried to the hospital some of the hail stones measuring! over end off and, mode the necessary repairs companies forty years to accumulate
: portions of the city. for treatment. z an inch in diameter. he said, the man waiting for as much legal reserve business as the .
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I he whip left the shop 03 soon as it leomen; wrote in sixteen monuis.These u. : To Stop 'a Cough Quick i.l'

1'ublo Beach now has a twenty-four Tho new free bridge across the St. Bed bugs disturbed Lewis Lester's was finished.\ Fergeson said that the statistics are taken from the I take HAYES' HEALING 'Iu t, nf":

hour service and unlimited electric Johns river at the Ostecn ferry has sleep so much that he began pouring "whipping boss" told him that there I Fraternal Monitor's Statistics for cough medicine which stops the ", I'' ,
current, Jacksonville supplying the neon completed and was formally opened gasoline from a can on the bed to kill was nothing to all the "talk" about fraternal societies for 102J: the lat healing the inflamed and irritatei .u...I': >
juice on tho newly completed Jack to tho public. The new bridge them while smoking a pipe. A spark whipping prisoners. The man !said, I est available information. Page 220 A box of GROVE'S O-PEN: ,

... sonville-Pablo Bench electric transmission docs away with tho old ferry, which from the pipe fell into the can. In a according to Fergeson, that if they did of this publication shows the Broth- Croup SALVE is for enclosed Chest Cold with. Head C" ''I.'

line. i has been used for many years to second a mass of: flames shot into the not whip convicts there would be no eihood of American Yeomen is the itA YES' HEALING HONEY.every I j' ,

;runnport. people across the river at negro's face. Firemen were called to use in having convict camps. fourth largest fraternal society in {II should be rubbed on'the client .1.1I }, -
At Tavares last Monday the bonds this point. It makes another connecting Lester's house, 1026 West Duval St., America and the sixteenth largest I of children suffering from a Cold ), t!

,. recently voted by tho Leesburg spetiul link between tho East Coast and Jacksonville where within a few minutes With expenditure aggregating more insurance concern in America fraternal tile The tile hrallniU'lTcTt thmat r.mtllniil'' of Hayes'with the Hcnllni heiilln, 1 ,,:!!II i.,
district sold for 10.:!, bringing Interior points. the blaze in the room was extinguished. than $11,000,000 practically assured or old line. In a total of 193 fraternal (.raw> O-Pen-Trnta Salvo ihruusU tUrcbo y 1

; $772,500 for the issue of $750,000, being Lester however was so within the next eighteen months, Sar- societies the Yeomen stands Both Bh la remedlrs soon stops are cough.parked la on*curtcost "
bought by tho Atlantic National Fire of unknown origin totally consumed badly burned. he was rushed to the asota la faced with the roseate possibility fourth. of tlio combined treutmnut Is J5a .
., Dank Of Jacksonville. one of the incompleted ships county hospital in the police ambulance of becoming( the "Magic City"of Last year the Brotherhood of American Just ask your druggist! for ffA"''f:).
in the St. Johns shipyard in South where it was said last night his the West Coast, even rivaling Miami Yeomen was examined by the insurance
Tho state record for Jersey milk Jacksonville threatened to burn tho condition was favorable. in tropical beauty. Foremost of departments of four states, four states say:

production is held by Husky Maid belonging other ship next to it and furnished the extensions is the conversion of JOWl!, Illinois, Kansas and Pennsylvania. "Claims are paid promptl.v; i..

". ,t to II. 8. Pennock, of Jupiter ono of the most /spectacular blazes Owen Mixon, the nineteen-year-old. 1 the tropical keys bordering the entrance It was a joint examination by society's books are well kepi u
according to J, A. Dew county agent seen around Jacksonville for Borne youth charged with the killing of his : 1 to Sarasota's land-locked harbor the experts from the insurance departments absolute balance. The officer* UK u

the past year Husky Maid has produced time. The reflection of tho fire was brother and father near Baxter, In'' 1 one of the prettiest to be found of these states, under the rectors are to bj( complimented > uc _
4.230, quarts of milk, C23: pounds seen for many miles around Jacksonville i Baker county last January was arraigned I i in the United States n project said supervision of Hon. Joseph Button, tho manner in which thc> inducting ',
of butter fat. and telephone culls came from' before Judge A. V. Long, on'' I ti> embrace the expenditure of more chairman of the committee on examinations the society's affairs"

j. is fur us ten miles away inquiring the regular spring session of the circuit I than $11,000,000 in its finality Practically of the state insurance com .! i

I M.\ L. Button 10, of Galloway lies to the nature of the /fire.W in-I court. Mixon pleaded guilty to the I all of Long Boat Key has been missioners of America. The report New York state led in the tun' \\
I ut the point of death at the Lakeland charge of killing his father and was I purchased by the interests said to beheaded contains thirty-eight printed pages. duction of apples last year. Washington '

hospital where he was taken late last H. Vann, who is a hustling and I given a life sentence at'the state prlsI I by John tingling rated financially These examiners give tho( Brother was first in .commercia j>

Thursday night in an unconscious energetic farmer near Brooksville, inI'I on farm nt Raiford. The state had on- I us the seventeenth richest hood nf American Yeomen a clean' put. Each of these states >> ,\":

'1:1.: condition. He received his injuries forma the Argus that he has picked I other charge against him of assault I man in America, and the focal point bill. In their closing signed state more apples than any othei' i ';I:
q .. from (diving off the walk into less fro ono ncre 110 hampers of beans with attempt to murder, which wa I In the transatcion, that portion of : ment1- the representatives of these the slates combined. 4'T '

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than three feet of water at the beach :which is considered the largest yield DOUG pr08l1e This was the shooting I Sarasota Key at New Pass held by j -
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breaking his neck. I yet heard of in this! section. This is of his brother at the same time his Mr. Monroe brother of the lute Mrs j, -

'Ol of the first picking and the beans are father was killed. Potter Palmer, has just been sold to I
A Seaboard passenger train crashed' large. and healthy. Mr.Vann was offered the Rintrling I Interests. This enables

into an automobile loud of negro laborers I i $J.75 per hamper at the depot Frank H. Owens, commissioner of -fulfillment of the general plans

I driven by Hugh C. Kobinson 'I here yesterday" but refused and ship public utilities, outlined a plan,-which for the construction of a gigantic .JP'"e
prominent white planter, at outskirts ped them on consignment, believing he if accomplished. Would make Jackson causeway over New Pass, some two aI

i of Plant City killing a 15-year-old could get a little better price. The ville a city without taxes-the only thousand feet or more in length and 8
negro girl, I'rupcey! Magwood and injuring shipment was made to New York. city of that kind in the United States. thus Connecting up with St. Armand's I

live others including Mr. Kobinson. This can be done. he /said, from\. the Key Otter Key Conn Key and Bird CHASSIS
Kichard Harvey Roberts 14 year- earnings of the city electric plant but Key already acquired by the Ringling ,
I old school boy of Kedlunds uccidently a higher rate for current would have interests. Electric light cables and
St. Petersburg has reached the big shot himself while on M fishing trip, to bo charged. The idea is entirely; conduits are now being extended to I
city class now with bank deposits totaling and died before medical aid could feasible, he believes. The city raised! I Bird Key. A Greater Value
13714371. The four banks reach him. Roberts! and two boy companions about $1,400,000 through taxation last I I :

I here have that much on dc. my I had been llshmg in Uti',.Florida year. The net earnings of the electric *
v. according to reports from the various City canal. The other two were plant were almost a half million To Cure a ColJ in Ono I'a.l' II I than ever before'" is offered In the Ford

cashiers. Thi: is an increase of $4- some distance from him when they dollars. With increased capacity and "(lake<> the lAXATIVE I'ou h and PROMO lii-mlm QUININE'hu unit. !:worHxC cTablntsp Chassis for light delivery service.
) EOO.OOO over the same time last year. heard a shot. Rushing to him, they raising the rates' Commissioner Owen '.,..1, K. V/. ('RO\::'" sittuatuieonencn box.. *. 1
_. The new low price this
found the boy unconscious and dying says the electric plant would furnish puts convenient
At u meeting of the board of county from a wound made by a charge of all the revenue the city needed, making rapid light-delivery service within reach
{ .. commissioners of Madison county buckshot from u shot /gun in his it possible to eliminate taxation I of every line of busin s3. It not only::
: held Friday, a contract was awarded chest.Barlow. Kives you proved economy of operation,
'. .. Gibba & Adams road building con I but also the facilities for enlarging your
Eighty gallons of I
85-proof moonshine -
{ bu
I'' : tractors'of Jasper for the construction \ Chamber: of Commerce has>5 j was the net result. of a capture I II iness.i .

i of sixty miles of sand-clay road received from Mr. Frank Fuller, ofIMacervillo made four miles north of Macclenny I II i An
J in Hudison county The contract covers CI'!., u large oil painting | by officers. of the tUierifT'a force of I reasonable early order is necessary to inue::
j five of, the twelve projects provided : entitled "Curly Morn on the Road to Uaker The two officers i delivery owing to the demand:
county. were
I ,
I, bond issue. being the herrvest we have ever known.
for in the $320,000 I Bartow-Lake Mariana in 1880 r
I scouting over near the Georgia line I A small down -
I l vhich Mr. "'ullepainted from memory I Ijl payment-convenient V
when they saw two men in a Ford< II I terms.Fottlpncrt.
'Tomatoes ha\e begun moving from after 50 )'ears. The painting which touring car making speed across: the I i I easy_ '

St. Luc county in carload lots, the is three by five feet in dimension Is: I woods as if to dodge some! one. The! ) :: 1 i hati nmtr bten I
first cur being shipped' from Wubusiio well done as to drawing and =- I n Itna
| very Fo
| officers gave chase and the occupants tltalt? hat nnrr ferna tilth ,
the latter part of the week. technique, from'an artist's point of stepped! on the gas, but the wood" We Cjrind Our Own Lenses I 1 I
Within another week the carload ship view and is said, by old timers who word no rough they could not manage I 1I I :

.... ment will be heavy from tho Vero have seen it to be u faithful reproduction the car. I Running it near! a dense NODELAYQeunesVillc. J. ANDREWS.: Jit.. OEALEItINCOLN I -. .
section, gradually increasing in volume of t the shores of Lake Mariana, ami the KOKO FORPSONSTAKlxK. '
:swamp leaving engine running Florida. .
as the season advances. The recent us they appeared a half century ago. I : I
they leaped from the car and FUltU
ruins said to 1 hwo been. .
are verybeneficial
disappeared. The officers capturedi :
to the plants and to have I Shipments of Florida citrus fruit i the car and brought it to MacclennyI ASPIRIN t

f assured a good yield.Several for the season up to April 1 were C111 ,- I I where It was turned over. to the sher- !

;'" carloads in excess of shipments 1IIf, the moonshine being poured in
women a par y of ped-1 for the same period during the prevIous I the gutter. and Insist! 235F.t.I
Say "Bayer" I
vstrians were terrified late Sunday | season, according to a monthly

.night wen, while returning home, they ; citrus! review. of C. E. Stewart business I A tear bomb had; to be usedby the .

., met tin alligator cutorting along onj; manager of the Florida Citru 'Jacksonville police before they could I II .DoTROIT!
the sidewalk near the center of the'' fexchange. The total t
amount of mon '
John Saunders
get a crazed negro II I
downtown district of Jacksonville.. ;, ey that has been! brought/ buck into ari.fod! with a pistol to surrender. Heuas
Their ncn-ama attracted other passersby the state this season by the sal of barricaded In a shanty. Blfnded l II
,, who captured! the reptile and took J citrus fruit is now more than' $31- by the smoke from thu bomb, Saund- I
it to police headquarter It wall 000,000. '
be-I! .era staggered from the house holding
lined the alligator came out
I the pistol in his right hand. Officer
neaiby creek.W. The has been I
contra 'I let by the met hint ut the door. He was hande1.:11..d -
Franklin Arms Hotel Company for
c : after. the pistol was grabbed ,
C. narlk-ld of Dover, 22, died the erection of an eight story annex, from his hand. A detail of men was
Thursday night from injuries received arul of j
:.:. t the Incresae the present building .sent to the scene- after a number cf''
when.a Buick roadster. turned over from u three story to an eT rht- frantic" I
telephone culls declaring a negro
on tho Tampa-riant City road ,hearj! I atory bUil the_ city limits.!, about 6 o'clock Thursday | bo the first skyncrapttr in Fort Myers. ,I''to run amuck with a pistol. When'the- package or oo tablet you are not getting ;
''j afternoon. Reports of the accident hut others are in prospect The con- the genuine Hajt-r product pre-
"police barricaded
the negro had over tvronty-two
are to the effect that the car was truct wns let to the Doullut &; Williams himself in the house. nnbed J ami by proved phyicans safa by million. for
befog driven aa: rapid rate, when it Company o lC New Orleans, La., years
t began to skid just outside! the city ",ha state that they will push construction :I Dr. (OoM Lumbago
Eugene F Elmer, who was Toothache
limits! and turned over when the as fust as possible and have. Rheumatism,
i I i stabbed in the breast last week by his ; 1
brakes were applied.NeU the hotvl building! ready for the corn- Neuralgi.* Pain, Pain "
brother-in-law of Miami
i was kidnap
1 ling season. The cost will bo in the I ped Accept "Haver Tablet of Aspirin," I :
I Sunday night by a band of
| men
Dunielson ex-prize fighter neighborhood. of $300,000. !,, in only. Kuch unbroken j>a kag contain I III
; an automobile taken to the outskirts directions. Handy l><>'1'." ol II
died. at Booth's hospital in Fort Myen i! proper!
of the city and manhandled. twelve. tablet co.t few *ent Vrtig- I
from the effect of wounds received Judging from all reports, it aeenn'" The physician returned to his home list.( also wll t..ttl.. o< 24 an.! 100.
in'tJ>" ,t city when he was shot by to be a foregone conclusion that the after 1 o'clock this but !..Aspirin \I. Urn trade" murk of Buyer II IIillJ
morning refused ,
i Sheriff J. U. Merritt of St. Lucie coun- farmers Washington county intend Munufactnr of Mononetlcnrt.U-rtor of
: to tell what had occurred. Dr. a.lI TlIe&e'Id. -::= --,-.;<:


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DEGREE MURDER county, and there turned over to Carl I' the rope part and we start down. "TI I II A. I.. WH.SOV IS (H.\IGEU preme court reversed the decisionof
INDICTMENT: IS FOUND: II, Johnson, warden of the Putnam 1 guess we're goners, Brownie," I )'(' mill A HEINOUS: CRIME; the lower court und now seemingly
AGAINST HIGGIMBOTIIAMath : Lumber company camp at Clara. I He doesn't answer. lie's straddle t ,11'1. the court otllciuls have given up sectrmK -
I "In the lust!: week I was Iniv, 1 plank And the moim \\ hIt on li < ill jtt'J t lo Mat itnpcd a Tencur- I : n conviction which will mitisf'
of Martin Trfbert, Following was licked: with a strap by Uiggin- face. I mn standing up. Old Scholl Girl Moml.i q Morning the supreme court of Florida.Vau-
Shipping in Camp of I'utnam Lumer botham three different times Gardner I
11:30:01-We: pass the seventh chula Advocate' r
1' Company at Clara, in Dixie declared in describing his to''I'Cloor. j A. L. I
exp..rlence I start to swing my arms Wilson was arrested hero
ounty, U Charged, To Whipping at the lumber camp. "The '!keep upright. Brownie faints-I see''; about noon Monday charged with attempting I RECTO OF CHURCH IS: SHOT
UIIS of Camp by Grand Jury at whip was about four feet long, four his head wobble. Scared senseless. to assault: a 10-year-oM girl I AND KM.I.K1) ASSISTANT: :' jjM At
ladison.IE inches wide and with a handle twoor A tackle hook bounces up and wal- j Monday morning as she; was comingto

three inches thick. It laid the lops him on the chin as the board school. Sheriff C. S. IJia'.iong: immediately Kalumuzoo, Mich., April 12.The
A LEAS ED ON $10,000( BOND
skin bare from my shoulders to my nicks a cornice. He still clutches 1 took him to Arcadia for Rev. Father Charles/ Dillon, assistant,
knees and 1 couldn't, sleep that nightnor the board, riding like a safe keeping rector of St. Augustine's Catholic
|ladison, April 11.-Walter Hig- for a long time afterwards,, for Below I see a man start out bUl'karoo'l Wilson, who is about thirty years church, shot and killed Rev. Father ,
" bothum "whipping boss" at a tho pain. When I got through he empty street. Looking up. Mouth open. old and married I
vict. camp of the Putnam Lumber said, 'next time I have to beat you, :30:02-1\1y mother in Gary, Ind. j I south of town, and the victim of his as they sat at the dinner table tonight :,
g pany at Clara, Fla., was indicted I I"e I'll kill you." How bad she and dad and the kids ) lust lives near his home. As she then calmly went to the telephone und l
1 late today by the grand jury one "Martin was in the same grading feel when they bring me home. She passed his house coming\ to school notified the police and coroner. i'
counts charging first degree gang," Gardner declared, referringto used to bawl mo out for doing this I Monday morning he overtook her and Dillon tired four shots, all of which 1 i iMe
rder in connection with the death Tabert. "A fellow who had been dangerous work.-But' I'm falling walked some distance with her. When took effect. As Futher O'Neil fell;'
Martin Tabert, North Dakota there longer than I had said Martin I l0:03-1\Iy: thoughts flash back they came to a bayhead, he told her dead, Dillon turned to the Rev. Father) i| AMIRICANTOIAree"" .
ath. was big and strong when he got there, to Brownie, riding that bucking board. he had something he wanted to show 'McCullough, the only witness to the ,
: abert died three days after he two weeks before; but he was already I Why don't he wake up and try to I! her and induced hl'r.to. go about sev- I'tragedy and handed him a phial (.on.l. I
)i t been whipped by Iligginbotham sick and skinny when I got grab something! I try to yell at him enty-five yards from the road. I taining holy oils, with the request ho..
February 1922,according to wit- there. but the wind in my mouth wont' let I According to the child they were administer tho sacrament of extreme WHAT FUN IT IS
es who appeeared before the "I have seen Iligginbotham beat me. Guess we're goners, all right. there about two hours and when she unction at once.According \
jknd jury today, but camp officials five or six men in one night. One day I Keep fanning the air. Still standing screamed he made her keep still, but to a statement the assistant : TO BE HUNGRY! C
+ tend the youth died from natural he beat nearly everyone of the men up straight: could not stop her from crying. rector is said to have madeto \ ":
thr' ses. I, In the grading/ gang, und 1 there were I 11:30:04-Why: : ain't I scared? That The child finally came to school police and county officers he was"driven \ YOU can't be well and hearty un- "
igginbotham was releasetl tonight I more than twenty. Seem's like when must have been the fourth floor cor- and told the teacher her experienceand to fury" by alleged ill treatment you are profx-rly nourished '
can't he unless
" bail of $10,000 pending his trial. : he began he wouldn't know whento I nice flashing: past. The man in the the teacher took her to a doctor at the hands of the dead priest apIx'tuelxgood.you strong your

uit Judge Home announced that quit. {street has moved out a little farther .'and then to the sheriff's ollk-e. An "110 treated me with disrespect ever For a Keen appetite, grind digestion.\
ginbotham probably would be tried "One night we were all lined up I His open mouth a hole of black shad- examination of two doctors corro- since I came here, 13 months ago, rich red bkxxi. and the "punch" und"pt'p"
.a special term of court May 15, at to be counted when we went Inside ', ow. Street getting closer. Someone borated the child's story. The sheriff from Battle Creek," he ia reported as You need that Glide's Roes with Pcpto-MaiiRan.perfect health.
' ; oss City, Fla., the county scot of the sleeping shack," Gardner con- !I screaming; Moon shining calm. Yes, took her over the road she travel- having told the authorities. "lIe assumed Take Oude's for a short time unil
ie county, where the whipping is tinued. "Higginbotham called three the old lady will take it pretty hard. led in the morning and when she ciimo toward. mu the attitude of a note the big difference m the way you d
d to have been administered. i of the men out of line and beat them. I That's the bunk about dying before to the place where Wilson induced her czar. look, eat and feel. tablets
lour druggist has it-liquid or
The former camp boss had nothing Then he called Martin Tabert out. I you hit. Still-look at Brownie. Hose to leave tho road she led the way to "He treated me as. a little boy, refusing ,as you prefer.
say when Informed of the grand Martin was so weak he could hardly I I and light wires twisting round him where the alleged outrage took place.In to permit me to visit the fam-
Y'B action. Higginbotham's at- answer loud enough to be heard and j like snakes. I a signed statement to the sheriff ilies of the parish, or take any part Gudc"speptoMangan
rney said that they would admit, that made Higginbotham still madder 11:30:05: -There goes the third Wilson admits all the child's story except In the life of the pariah I protestedin
it the lash was used on Tabert, but lie didn't move fast enough and story. Yes, twisting like snakes. Or that he attempted to outrage vain against'' his attitude and tonight
at the blows administered because Iligginbotham leaned over and pull like wild grapevines. Falling Umm. her.There when wu quarreled over the 4 4A
his failure to work. Tho blows were j ed his underclothes off himself. We -I'm still falling. Why the devil is one thing which probably mutter at the dinner table, he ordered Tonic and Blood Enrichcr
t hard enough to have inflicted were all standing in line about twenty don't I faint! saved Wilson from a mob, and that is me to pack my belongings and get
vere injuries, it was asserted. feet away and watched it with a doz- 11:30:06: -Close now. All muscles the story of the crime did not become out.
(Attorneys here representing the en guards standing over us." tight for the smash. Neck in! Walk-I known generally until Tuesday morning "1 got up from the table und went TONIC
\bert family in North Dakota inti- "Capt. Higginbotham began whip- ing on the plank in the air. Wilson has not asked for a preliminary upstairs to puck up, but it was a revolver I drove's Tasteless chill: Tonic imttore I
ted tonight that they would, !im- ping Martin (Tabert) and I counted ter-toeter. First, I'm up, then hearing and it Is probably not a suit case, I packed. I Energy/ nail Vitality !>y Purifying unit. I
diately after the trial is called, eighty licks before he told him to Brownie. Everything l'lear-like a best for him that he has not, for picked up a phial of holy oil and then Eiirlihluii the Blood. When you feel l kitlreiitllioiiliit.liivlturatiiit
e a suit in United States district get up." Gardner said. Martin was slow motion movie. Street gray. there is much feeling here against went downstairs where Father O'Neil | |! | | effect BOO how
urt in Florida or Wisconsin seek- too weak to get up quick enough to Hard. Goners, sure. But keep fanning him, and especially south of town and Father McCullough were eating. it brings color to the cheeks and how 1
$50,000 damages against the Put- suit him and Higginbotham said'Ohyou :- .where the little girl Is better known. I Intended to give him a chance to It improves the appetite, you will than
Jkm Lumber Company, which is a havn't had enough/ ?' and began 11:30:07: : -Whack! Scaffold board This case vividly reminds the citizens confess and! repent before I killed him appreciate Its true tonic value.
fisconsin corporation. Higginbotham licking him again. I didn't count the hits an awning on the second story.It of Ilardee county of the Coker but as 1 iitlvum-rd int olhe room with Grovu's Tiinte.le.Bi chill Tonlo Is 111m ply
s in the employ of the lumber second time, but it must have been jars. My knees bend. I'm bumpedout case Coker was arrested for a simi- the hand holding the revolver extended Iron pad Qulnlno suspended In syrup. SI'1I"N..nl
pany which is said also to have about the same number because it at an angle. I catch my first liar offense. Twice he was indictedby I saw him grab a suit cellar to even children like It. The blood. tl If
nouds QUININE to Purify It and IRON lo
d a contract with officials of Leon took as long. Higginbotham held his breath. I come smack to the side the grand jury and was twice con- throw at me and I fired twice. After Enrich It.Destroys Malarial germs end,
unty to lease all county prisoners foot on Martin's neck while he beat walk, on my feet. My feet sting-: victed before different juries and different that I do not recall very well what Grip (Jocms! by Its Strengthening( Invltfor
der their jurisdiction. him. but I'm not a goner! Then another judges and each time the su happened." sting Effect. elk


Testimony of Brutality I FALLS 8 STORIES BUT IS NOT hard smash. Brownie right behindme. I
Declaring that he had been whip- HURT Missed the awning. No use try-
from head to foot and now car- Jog to talk, to him. Brownie's a
t s on his back physical evidencethe Steeplejack Tells His Thoughts as goner.

flogging, John T. Gardner, Drops to AwningLos Some of Goss's close shaves are: COMMERCIAL
vate, Battery F, Fourth United As boy of 12 fell 00 feet from coal
tea Field Artillery, stationed att Angeles, April 13.-You have tipple into pit of waste; no injuries.
Sam Houston, Texas, related to stod on high places and grewsomely Tumbled, 75 feet off steel'' truss at
1 grand jury a story of alleged imagined the sensation of falling.A Gary, Ind., into load of sand. Minor PRINTINGCARDS
"I alities while he and Tabert were dozen times in his 19 years, El- bruises.
ned in the convict camp near Goes steeplejack doing "the
I mer Rocketed' 100 feet of smokestack i
It Fla., fourteen months ago. I other afraid of.'' has
.jobs guys are at Waukegan, 111., into carload of ash
f' lra ner was one of the principal dropped thus to what should have on passing freight; knocked wind .
v at the hearing Mr. and been certain death. But each time a out. : ,

", 'ltltriw Walter Lyles of Cross city, Fla. benevolent fate has placed a cushion Dropped 112 feet from Los Angeles '
:' alga testified before the jury. Mrs.J.x"les under him. building with broken scaffold, '
,' just before entering the jury I His most spectacular fall came a landed on awning and bounced to
,;-Toom to testify declared that she few days ago here when Goss and a street; stung his feet.

JHfil-her i husband were on a fishing companion building-cleaner, were pre He has seen four of his high-job" I ;
.i *CUrsion near the convict camp on cipated from the eighth story as a companions killed. \
jftb, *,. day Tabert is alleged to have scaffolding gave way. Brownie POSTERS .

. whipped. Brosky was horribly and fatally man '
. counted fifty-seven licks and gled, but Goss bounced off an awning ENVELOPES '
tired of counting," she asserted within a second of death, and landed. ,
'frll, first I heard screams which grew unhurt on the street. Sunday, April lat, the angel oft I BILL HEADS -
$I ker and weaker. Finally there What he thought, saw and felt dur- 'death entered the home of Mr. B. J. ,

) t only the sound of the lash." ing the seven clock ticks it took him Sapp and bore away the devoted wife NOTE HEADS .. ,,
,:tt Gardner, now 18 years old, said he to plunge 112 feet is here pictured" as and mother, after a lingering illness,
:.t' a originally from Altoona, Pa., andt he related it within an hour after the though she bore her suffering with WINDOW CARDS

: he left home in May, 1921, to experience. Christian fortitude. ,I
' vet as an employe of a circus Mrs. Susan E. Sapp was born in SHIPPING TAGS '
ter leaving the circus he was ar- By Elmer GOBS Liberty county, Georgia, Jan. 28,
ted in Leon county and sentencedpay Daredevil of high Daren ,1857, and died in Lake Butler, Fla., LETTER HEADS '
a fine of $25 or serve ninety Time: 11:30::! (Night).-Eight stories April 1, 1023.:!:! She moved with her'' I .
lys on the charge of stealing a upon a scaffold de on a train. Gardner said, he and tropolitan building. Just looked at She was the daughter of John and ,.. .
tee other young prisoners, arrest- my watch and started across the Amanda Pinholster. She was marriedto -'I'
for similiar offenses, were taken board to help Brownie tie in his end. B. J. Sapp Dec. 18, 1872 and was
the county jail at Perry, Taylor About time to eat. Sudde nly I see the mother of eleven children, eightof
whom survive her. Besides her ,
I devoted husband she leaves to murn i
f her, the following children, Mrs. D. '
"Our Work is the Best"
IF SICK BILIOUS! Hunt and Mrs. M. L Newsom, of ,
Mulberry, Mrs. A. 'D. Conner, off,
Hastings, Mrs. J. R. Mott, of Worthington ,i
Springs, Mrs. It. T. Burdin, of > ..
Live Oak, M. J. Sapp, of Lake Butler, I .....
START YOUR LIVER E. A. and G. W Sapp, of New River, I
and a host of devoted friends. .
Mrs. Sapp was a woman of enviable I

I IDoesn't character, always ready to help I
and do all in her power for others, a ,
Don't Take "Dodson'sLiverTone"ActsBetterand!. faithful member of the Long Bridge I
Christian church whose whole life I \
Gripe, Salivate or Make You SickDon'tlose seemed to center on doing good for I BRADFORDCOUNTY

others, thli being her motto, "Do unto -
a Day's Work- Read Guarantee others as you would have them do
unto you." I
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Ugh I Calomel makes you sick ItsI or stomach sour, just *ry .p.JU."U The memory of her will be Indelibly I
horrible I Take a dose of the dangerous of harmless Oodxon's Liver Ton to- stamped on the hearts of the host of -
[ drug tonight and tomorrow you nljiht. friends she has left behind. Funeral )
Hero' ntcB- do to any i
| may lose a.> day's work.Oalom..1 my giiar
1 is mercury 'or quicksilver drug store and (get a bottle of Do.- services were held at her residence TELEGRAPHSTARKE
1 which causes necrosis of the boom.I ion's Liver Ton for a few cents. Takea Rev. J. Mullady, of Jacksonville, offi
Calomel when it comes Into contact spoonful and, if it dixiin't' .tmiphtra ciating. The body was laid to rest In
I with tour bile crashes Into it, break- you right up and make you feel fineand 'I
The heartfelt
I I Ing I U up. This I is when you feel that vigorous I want you to go hack Sapp cemetery. sympa- ,
I awful JI& and cramping. If lau to the store and get your mon)'. thy of many is extended to the be-
I are sluggish and "all knocked out, Do.l-.on' Liver Tone Is destroying the reaved ones.
I your liver la torpid and bowel. constipated ale of calomel' because it U real liter i
1 or you have headache, dizr.1J medicine entirely vegetable, therefore
Wise Advertise
J new, coated tongue if breath in bad it caD not tahvaU or make you nek. B -


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FRIDAY, APRIL. 20, 1923.

r dignity they are still able to muster, I I
Bradford County Telegraph Letter From Tallahassee!couple the cars to the engine--and here.Mrs.. L. A. Mart, Mrs. J. B. Rowe

=::--. .-. _. .. ..- -:: = -:---- -::;- another busy day is over. { and Miss Della Blanchard were shopping I
I Mr. Hoffman now takes time to i In Starke Friday.

r Published weekly and entered as Tallahassee, -April 16.-Whatever people are tired of the cowardly dodging light his pipe while he scans his rec '! George F. Young was transacting ,a 9rtc'1

J e second class matter at the post far which has charactized former ords. A number of colored brothers, business in Hawthorne one day last
there is of legislative activity so I
office at Starke Florida. it has been confined to investigationof legislatures on this subject. Thenon provided with gunny sucks make i week.
i ; the Martin Tabvrt case and the debate top of the foregoing important themselves busy saving the pieces of I C. A. Knight of Starke was a visi I
matters there will be a' ice lying about and the strawberry itor to Lawtey Sunday. 4'.
.E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner i lending up to that enactment. emptied bus- i
:.; j. The legislature of North Dakota is hel basket full of other bills. There buyers study their check stubs I Bert Padgett of Anthony spent ''I Time

I {:> very indignant at the convict leaso will be merit of course in some of To be a strawberry buyer without the week-end here with his parents to RanrsI

,' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY l system of Florida or so it appears these. For the most part however coming out of the small end of the Mr. and Mrs. M. Padgett. I tav.eS.N'

,: I ': upon action of the legislature of that they win be trash. We already havea horn, requires energy and ability. I I Owen Mar of Titusville visited ;

:: < II' SUBSCRIPTION RATE state in passing a memorial to ask thousand times too much law. We When not actually engaged in buy- relatives here Sunday.
, :,1 I the state of Florida to investigate the agrvu with Senator W. A. Russell of ing and packing berries 'he must I Mrs E: E. Burney was u visitor to 1t

j f' Per Year _____________________$2.00( death of Martin Tabvrt, tl'22 year old Putnam county.'when he saya we needto study the market, attend to correspondence -I Starke Friday. 1 1\ t

,A t4i : citizen of that state who came froma repeal many of the laws we have. see to it that he will have plvn- Rev. W. I, Powell left Tuesday for

i ;' COMMON SENSE: VS BUNK: !! good family of a goodly estate near That we need pruning knife to cut ty of refrigerator boxes and ice, an I Lake Worth to attend the annual

h;\ Munich N. D. There' is no one to olT the warts on the body politic. Mr. well as efficient help. If he has no conference of the Methodist church

j or blame the state of North President! and Mr. Speakerl! sirs. We experience in buying berries, he may in session there this week.
Lord Carnarvon, chief of the explorations I censure
,: that revealed l the tomb of Dakota, for it appears upon the tea rise 'to protest against this legislature be "stuck." Some of the growers in 1 A. II. Wilkerson of Maxville was
I giving us another volume seven by gone times furnished wood to the in town on business Monday.
is timony of were inmates
in Egypt persons
King Tut-ankh-Aiuen r
t dead. His death was first said to bo I of the convict camp in Dixie countyat inches thick, of new fangled "un de- railroads and learned how to make 1 R. R. Thede visited his mother in n y "rtef t
'I liberated" three cords of wood the rack out Jacksonville Sunday.
caused by blood poisoning induced the time that Martin Tabert was lawn.-Gainesville Sun. on :
'a of two cords on the ground. The Earl Roberts, of Gainesville, was :
within inch of his lifa and j
Hogged an
t, by the bite of an inse ct. Later it *'
THE PEAK OF THE SEASON same procedure applied to strawber a week-end visitor here.
left to die in miserable |
has been asserted that he did not die actually a I
convict Not is there ries will cause an apparently full Rev. H. A. Sponholtz will supply I
1 front an insect's bite, but that he had l camp. only no
come in contact with some substance'' censure' of the action of the North Growers and Buyers Busy Marketing quart cup to shrink to half the quantity I the pulpit Sunday at Grace church

s J inside the tomb that had been poisoned Dakota legislature' but the matter, Berry CropIf after transit, and though the : during the absence of the pastor. Ev- j i
j berries on top be all right those I I : FOR SALE BY
by those who enclosed the remains '' which has thus been brought to the may erybody I I f

of the old Pharaoh in his mausoleum. j attention of the authorities of Florida you have read Mark Twain's below may be too green or too soft. I W. H. Burt of Hawthorne was attending ... W. ANDREWS.. Jr.StaIc. .
will be the of the Though the latest ad vices from the to business here first of the I Fl.
Then comes the assertion that a curse j I cause repealing "Life on the Mississippi and wantto ? I
market are so favorable as to justify : ---
against those who should disturb the I convict lease system. get an idea of the bustle attend- : week. i iL. -
: I j I Cash Item ..._ .____ .
him l arrivalof -
good --
paying a price .93
9 1 tomb, caused the catastrophe. Conan Now, it is strange out true, that a : ing the loading of a steamboat when upon I H. Hill and R. R. Thede were Ciuh on hind _____h__ nUh_ -, 'Il-II I
the market be
shipment !
I Doyle who has for some time enjoyed I great many people were possessed of the water in the river was low, and may transacting business in Jacksonville Total __ 68
he I -------------- "." 11.5
glutted and he does well enough if
'innocuous desuetude" suddenly' the idea that already the convict kept getting lower at the rate of '; i, Tue JIlY. Capital atock paid LlablUtlea in ._._ __ '">
1 woke up for it was here that he'' leaso system in Florida had been an' inch every fifteen minutes and barely pays expenses. S.V.. Leach and Hen, Edwin, of Surplus fund J........-..-_?_?,_ RiR?

could shine. He not only endorsed the abolished. There were some and they the captain was in a sweaT to reach The new crop of Klondyke berries Jacksonville, were visitors here Sun- Undivided tar,, paid profit. (low expcnm.-_ and .. '
is fine and for such berries to $.3.50 71
S I $5
theory. but further exploited it were who believed! that leasing his next stopping place before all day.- Individual kr.mlt..ubjeet to .hee"-3." .11
curse I many has been realized during the past fewda's. I Hnvinira. deiwwiu. .... _-.-U, .11
""hat'. the use of conjuring up farfetched of state convicts had been abolished the water had run out of the river, I E. M. Rhoden spent Sunday in'I Time eorUllcUiv of deposit .. ,,,' JI it

", and speculative not to say( several years ago and -that the then go to the depot platform in But there are many poor ber ]i Baldwin. Cwhiere bill payable chccka_ _ouUtandinv._._._ _____- .f.1Z W
ries marketed and they bring hardly'over _________________ Ii
absurd explanations, of the explorer's I leasing system which really amounted Starke about four p. m. on busy $2.50 crate. In many in. ;: i I Total ______, _._ '12M: I ISlntf
death when we need not take one'' l to little so far as the number of tlay. I POST spelling even among the well-I I of Florida. County of Bradford u
stances probably the berries I. J. W llarbcr. canbler of .
poor the aba
solitary step to find the true and convicts was concerned was limitedto l Not long ago it was found necessary sell the. good : l I. educated is dne largely to poor eyesight i bank do "solemnly awtar that the ,urn.rd bc>i
simple explanation The Telegraph' counties only. This appears to to extend the platform 2;> feet berries ones.The shipped by are in early life of the individual. ',tnti'nient and belief.U' true to the beat of my knc"ik'dm '

believes it was, as first asserted I be true in fact but not in principle, farther north, but even at that rate express from', To spell correctly is truthfully to re- j J. W. BAnDKK
equivalent in quantity to what "'
caused by the bite of an insect. The : for Representative Davis of Leon, there is no room to spare. For about call sizes/ and shapes which were photographed -, CorrectAttwttC.'. F. BARBER. - three to five Fruit Growers Expresscars
excavator, fresh from a sedentary J pointed out only a few days ago if 2 p. m. the entire platform with the would hold. Besides there are upon the brain through the A.LOUIS A. SMITH.H. HILL Director!.
life in a salubrious climate was'suddenly the course of debate of the question exception of narrow gangways Is eyes. If the eyes have not photographed I Rubicribfv end sworn to before m. "I| ..
always cars of the lattet kind under 10th day of April. 1023.
I transferred toa hot and that the actual leasing of convicts' covered with refrigerator boxes. to''' l a perfect likeness of the '! JAS. T. MOORE
and the
loading season promises
.'r. for Europeans unhealthful climate. !j might be carried on at this time If Buyers, big and little are so many be long one. word or words, your knowledge; is in- Notan __"
The exhalations from the upturned anyone chose to exercise the right till it .U hard to keep track of them. a correct and the word is often mis- BANK STATEMENT

earth bad drinking water poor cooking which the law permits at this time. But little buying is done before noon spelled. County Report, "Bark of the at I Stark condition*. In the of atato the Brecfud)' '"' toe I

. I and constant mental strain all'' This came as a surprise to many even and after that time pandemonium FIVE :MILE __ I Idu at the loa* of huitnoea....araa April 8, W:

.:, make for bad blow!, liable to be poisoned ',, of the older members of the legislature reigns until train time. A few Alice Robertson, retiring Congress- All Inann and dlaeounta .........__ 944.tJ57T( I IOvprtlrafta
who of the ship their berries but Five Mile :Mrs. P. P. De- ___, ______.. 4 ,. 91
from very slight cause. These wore impressionthat growers own April 20- woman, closed her congressional career ? "
) United Slatibonda' ............. <9; tq I
l: looks reasonable; but common sense the system had been abolished the most of them an satisfied with kle had as guests Thursday Mesdames by saying: "I want to go homeas ,Slate emmly :and: municipal bon.U. 27, ., *.. \
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Other bond _
\'j explanations not so sensational'J'I years ago. Of course those were the selling them on the spot, and lettingthe T. J. Christie of Columbus, soon as possible. I am going backto ....,..'-,. >reuntio.; etc _. .-._-__?.? (4,721"MM\\

'I 11 and interesting as the absurd ones,t tit best Informed knew that it was permissible buyers having the fun (for the Ga., S. E. Proctor of Lake Butler, my old arm chair in the garden uthcr Banking real 100.catat...., furniture. ___.._fixture__._*_._ W',,'1 3HC'\ I
and the latter will probably prevail still to lease county convicts' spectators) of getting the berries Mattie and Alma Drawdy, Lizzie where the flowers will be blooming Due from incorporated banka ...---.1-1'*,;.f>8.i
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1 111.1// PEEK. & BURNS I

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.V with the general public and Conan '!'but. those who were not. absolutely ot!. Duke Addle Blume Messrs. A. K. t to '
i listen to the mocking birds and at Ca h on hand _____--________ X.1M
F Doyle. |associated with the workings of the They first have to have refrigerators. and T. D. Proctor' of Lake Butler. dusk, out over' the wide prairie to _
''J did-net Tout _- ____u__ _...8Kaul
; system know that Convicts Then they must have hustlingyet :Miss Lucile Vnrnes of Jacksonvillewas I watch the twinkling lights in the oil Liabilities
I' f I Capital stock paid in _.____ ,.io.MSurplua
PRIMARIES were being leased and being beaten to I'l
TilE INFERNAL: 'I careful men to tranfer the ber- the guest of her cousin Miss fields-just to rest and think, for the ': fund __ ______._- \\SODM
--- death until the Martin Tabert case I Norma Dekle this wee'k. \ .livid*..!" pmftu 0... expenae* and
ries front the crates to the boxes. twilight of life is a time for reverie trf\e paid) __.,_ sA6Aa
The Tampa Times headlines an editorial came to light.Certanly Then ice must be secured. Aftera Kirk Dekle and B. L. Duke are on and remembrance. No, public life is' J Inlivtdual. dvpocita: ; aubject to cheek-40i:1771 I ISavinm

1 "Why is the Primary" and, there are those to defend box is ,packed comes the putting : the sick: list this week. not the highest career of a woman. !, rrtifled depo.lte check ._ __ .__?___, _. _?, 20' IIST((,IS04I I

, : to save our life we cannot answer the the system. Always there are to be ', on of the lid. This is sometimes |I Dr. J. E. Maines, was a profession Her happiest place is In the home." ...'* check outstanding ._ ._ .384,111

I I. question. It is the most infernal Invention found 'such persons. Always there easy enough but often very difficult! al visitor here Saturday. Total ____________?________9.8310l |
of modern times. It Is the are some to contend that no matte as some bolts are so mulish as to Mesdames Will Roberts and Eben BANK STATEMENT State of Florid County of Bradford. a.. u
Report" of the I I. :J. H. above-nind 1
condition of the Law Hitch. cahlur of the
, I most disturbing and disrupting thing! how bad a system may be that it is refuse to take any nut, and the boss.is .' Rodges spent Saturday afternoon State Bank. M Lawte,. in the hate of Floes lev I bank, do aolrmnly ....... that the above seta
Ida at the else of bunlnxKApril ment I la true and correct to UM beet ,r my ]
i ever introduced into party politics.The not as bad as it may seem. Such sweating and fuming and looking I I with Mrs. Dekle. I I RtamrenM 8. 1923.'. knowledge and belief.

j Times says that sometimes it is )persons have arisen in Tallahassee at his wntch, fearing that he.cannot j! E. R. Rodgers was called to Ludi- na. 0. nKt' ate .___n___.____ 11.276.17'Loan. '' I. H. BITCH
on ollatral it '. other Correct Atteat: Cahi r.
inclined to, think that the whole primary and a fight is to be made when it get all his berries pack /
+ ';, system should be abolished and I comes to the abolition of the leasing train time. The next job is to have )I his sister Mrs. Chapman. We extend Ow..tralta.r loan and___.,.,_leo"a.___unn.. 25.1SH4J//.01 I C.W. M.T. 1NMAN.WEEKS Director ,
; j a return made to the old state nominating system. These defenders claim' at the refrigerators properly labeled ) our sympathy to Mr. Rogers in;I united Slates bonoJ. It1.620.RI Subflcrlhrd. and awvtrn to before me thb I tie j jl
Bankinahoua.. furnitureAxtures. 11.9111.51 19th l day of April. 1 2S. ,
1 convention system. this time that the Martin Tabert case and to get them into the cars drawn ]I his bereavement. other real ..t... nUn 1.2\8.89 i A. 8.' CREWS.
We do think that is awful il Misses Lucile Norma Dekle'' Du from Incorporated banka _.._ 11.937.96 Notary l'ubIit.ithac .
1 not only just only an exaggeration an up along the platform in time. Meanwhile i Varnes

, i. ,.. sometimes. We think it all the time. lustration a picture largely overdrawn Express Agent A. P. Hoffman Gertrude Parrish Clyde Carver Oren i ---- _. -------- "
The Tampa Times finds one meritorious of a situation which indeed, and his efficient assistants are every- and Marcus Dekle attended a sing at! .

' feature in the primary plan and does not exist so far as the ninety and where seeing that each box and crateis the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dukes '

.. that is "it gives every citizen an nine are concerned. i properly secured and labeled. A Saturday evening. j
4r equal chance to serve his country in However Representative Mayo of number! of husky colored men 'with' Dr. J. M. Mann was a professional Prayer"Teach

. an official capacity i That is just Marion county expressed it aptly trucks work with their tongues hang- visitor here Monday. ,

i where our esteemed friend makes his and well when he said that the average ing out tp get the boxes into the cars L G. Johnson and Marcus Dekle '

' mistake. When we first. adopted the convict would never reveal anything two tiers high. The SO-quart boxes were transacting business in Lake: :I I

i 1 primary system we did so with the in the nature of abuse simply weigh, packed and iced 500 pounds I Butler Saturday.Mr. i Ii i I ..

1 ,' idea that it would give the poor man I because he was scared to death from or as much as the average Florida and Mrs. John Williams were I

a chance. After having tried it for ::1 the time he entered th camp and ev- pony can pull on a sandy road and guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle ':I I

" something over twenty years ,we ev if he should suffer abuse he wouM) to get them disposed of is no small Sunday. II me that 60 minute make an hour,. 16 ounces one

F know that it does not 'give, the poor .I tell nothing about it until being released matter. \'! I pound. and 100 cents one dollar. Help me to live; that! l'can lie I

\ man a chance. A man without because it he did he would be Now- comes the afternoon northbound 1.\WTEY down at night with a clear conscience, without a ..no u4der my

iv\> ey to spend) has no more chance' mon'l I. in danger of greater abuse. express. There are still many boxes, ', 1 pillow Bad undaunted by1 those to( h.irh! I may hare. .brought
', Florida primary than the : +I The Martin Tabert investigation Law'ey.pril 20.-Mr. and Ms.. pain. Grunt that I may earn my meal ticket on the square and
to dispose of. Some of them ev.
t cat has In hades.-Gainesville Sun. which hasn't progressed very far at i Henry Bennett of Jacksonville visited in earning it I may lo unto others as I would have them to do
en packed. Cakes of ice come front
1 .,. I this writing, is about the only thing somewhere and are quickly cut in relatives and friends in Lawtey' I unto me. Deafen me to the jingle of tainted. money and to the

h : A DELIBERATIVE BODY 'of importance accomplished: at this and the in Saturday and Sunday. l I''',I rustle of unholy,skirts. Blind me to the faults of the other fellow
\ pieces pieces chopped up '
y session' of the Florida legislature.body Dauiel Gorman of Jacksonville was but reveal to me my own. Guide me so that each nigh: ,
The filled with ice' I
troughs. pans are ,
: '" When we speak of a legislative .- --. .- .- ,. the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. when I look across the table at my wife, who has been a blessing -
the tops put on and men work frantically '
"" we call it "a deliberative body." H. Moore. : to me. I will have nothing to conceal. Keep me young enough "
them down The
fastening engine 1
,.,.,... We trust the legislature' of and with little children and
,, "'r" -mm MTg riCT-g'v-irei present Mr. and Mrs. II. c. Wimberly to laugh sympathetic enough/: to be considerate
backs down to the ear
Florida will remember that we are express daughters Misses Beth and Winifredof I of old age. And when comes the day of darkened shades
thinking of them as deliberating and and!-tite lordly conductor steps! majestically Highland motored to Lawtey Sun- : I and the smell of flowers, the trend of soft footsteps and the I

: .; General we are hoping they will deliberate ;; upon the platform with his day afternoon. crunching of wheels in the.yard make the ceremony short. and

not theoretically but actually. They vetch in his hand and a frown on bit Mrs. Catherine Teare spent last'i I the epitaph Mmple-Here !lies a man."

InsuranceAND I 1 i I have many important matters before face. But he is mollified and patted I week with friends in Gainesville.Mr. .

I them and, they will have thrust up- tin the bock all he consents to waita and Mrs. John Teston and son, .

i on them many unimportant things. few minutes so that all the boxes of Jacksonville visited relatives here I
1h .The last legislature did not deliberate.! !may be loaded. The engineer groansin Sunday.J. : If our sentiments coincide with the above lines,

They passed! .so many general and his cab and wonders how long he C. Cone of Brooker was trans- I and we live up to them we have nothing to fear in this

special laws that they had to be pub- : will have to wait at Lawtey.andwhat acting business in town first of the I world and little, in the next.
1 Real Estate lished in two volumes and the two!I; time he will arrive in "Busy week. !
t Jax." All he can do is to scold his We are trying to practice the golden rule in this
volumes together mak a book of A. D. Andrews of Raiford, was ia |:
taw about seven.inches thick. They I fireman ''who unconcernedly. !says, town on business last week. |I bank and in doing so are giving our customers and pub

PEEK :did all that in sixty day*. Wasnt "1'as.aah." Miss Clara Mae Shepard, of Starke ,: lic the very best service possible. Let us sene you in

& BURNS ;much deliberation in that-was there I II On the platform along the main I was 'a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. : any way we can.BRADFORD.

I We can name three subjects! : that,' track are stacked up a couple of hun A. II. Harley of Louise* spent SunI I I

"Not: too hie for .mall -mines alone, can hardly be well consideredin died hampers of beans from LaCrosse -,.day with his family. jMrs. j I

''r t'' only sixty days time.. Even if and Brooker and Mr. Hoffman R. L. Hlnnan of Jacksonville: !j I
nor ton small for big hualneas"
the best lawyer in Florida should be Cannes s line of cheerful workers spent the weekend here.W. 'I' I

', employed to draft perfect bills covering to be formed across the platform E, Torod and son, Edwin, were I
lour ltu..m""",M i III Cordially Solicited. the three subjects, taking Into and they hand the hampers from one visitors to Jacksonville Friday. I

consideration the present needs and to the other to the express cars one I Mr*. E. L. Biggs of Starke, visited I I COUNTY BANK : j

the present conditions in Florida he the other side and stow them. on top relatives here Monday.Mr. V -' "-: .; ,:

Office with C.Ll'eek&S.n i would probably want more than sixty of the refrigerator boxes.At and Mrs. S. A. Bryan, Miss Ol- 'j N. T. RTTCH. W.'T WEEKS. J. H. RTTCH- _:

day in which to prepare them. last King Albert ho great lie Mary and Baldwin Mart visited !I Pr sideaL Via President. Cul e;.* ,

1 Telephone 83 Yet the present legislature must deal wheelhorse of th. stevedores heaves relatives hen Sunday.Mr. I i

} 1 with thee three things On top of the gang: planks .on to Ute platform. and Mrs. L C. Fnteh of VanI{I iI I

6 rfa 5,' tp these will coma reapportionmect. The; and the colored train hands' with tile derbilt, spent Saturday with relatives -,.



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:tend Grand Opera. deal remains to be known about Flor- she spent six weeks;; visiting; her I.

ida trees and that Florida has a cle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. n-I,
@ Bits : Members of thu class in journalismof greater number of species than any i Hoberson.I Play Ball !
a ()i. LocalInformation. (@ Southern College Lakeland madeup other state in the union. I Hiram: Jones spent Sunday in Gra-1
} the local staff of the Tampa Tribune Air. Forbes who directs the workat ham. '

: the 16th inst. Miss Sarah Hen- the Starke station' has been inspeeting I Joe Williams and L. L. Johns motored Spalding Sporting
. dry a former resident of Starke wasa the tests at Sampson lake, to Sturke Friday., '
Concerning Our member of the class. and went with Mr. Powell and Mr. I Air. and Mrs Willie Jones returnedto Goods I
\g People Business and i Wjman to see another tract of timber their homo Monday after t\ visit
Progress in the County and Town.' 0 i I Mrs. R. T. Jones and niece, Miss where additional tests may be put here with friends and relatives. "The Best There Is"i w

: Ardith }.Fisher of Purdy, Va., who had in. Missus Ednnro and Juanitu Smith i
been visiting relatives at Starko and und Fred Denver motored to Stnrko 10 per cent off List.
Tampa left for their home Saturday., ST. MARK'S CHURCH Wednesday. ,
Mrs J. R. Garris spent Friday in Sunday with his mother !Mrs W. A.I I I They were full of praise of Florida Carl Wynn was a business visitor I!, .

Jacksonville Colley. for herclimate and flowers and their Services for the 3rd Sunday after ''to Palmetto last week. '!

I many friends here hope to see them: Easter will be at 7:30: p. m. Mrs. Josie Hall has returned homo Going Fishing ?
Mrs F. A. Scott spent Wednesdayin Mrs. L. II. Hill Mrs. J. H. Carra- '!'again next winter. It is believed, that there were at from Palatka where she spent three i
Jacksonville.L. dine and Mrs. Effie :Minor of Lawtey, I j __ \ least nine of Lord weeks
appearances our visiting her daughter, Mrs T. Bait Rods and Lines !
were here Wednesday shopping. I I METIIODIST during the first Eastertide five of C. Thomas. as

L. King is here visiting friendsfor I which were on the first Easter day. Mrs. W. S. Nnljb is home from : good as are made.

a sort while. Dainty "Clara Jane" dresses I Sunday school 10 a. tu. Tlu first was to Mary Magdalene on Jacksonville, where she had been under '
j at the Shoppe Elite. All sizes Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Easter morning; the second' to the j medical treatment. t I (

Don't forget the biff sale at $2.50 up. |i Epworth League 7:15: p. m. other women to whom He said "All Claud Brown spent Sunday) in .Val- Consumers Lumber Co.
Shoppe Elite Saturday, Apr. 21. __?__ i:I iI Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p. m.i Hail;" the third to two disciple: on dosta.
E. J. Roberts, of Lawtey spent i A cordial invitation extended. their way to Emmuua; the fourth to Lumber, Paints Roofing .
Charlie Bealley spent last Thurs- Monday with his daughter Mrs. E. 1..1 I Simon Peter; the fifth to the ten disciples OIL HEMO:. Builders' Hardware and

day i: Gainesville. Biggs. I i FOOD SALE SATURDAY AFTERNOON Thomas being absent; the sixth I Supplies Sporting Good '

I | a week later to the eleven disciples, I want to be a Legislator, STARKE. FLORIDAJ. I
E. K. Perryman made a business I Mrs. J. L. Corbett of Plam\City, ] when Thomas received a gentle rebuke And in thu Legislature stand; '

trip to Palatka Tuesday. is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. j The U. D. C. will give a sale of for the slowness of his faith; I'll wave my arms liku a windmill, 'I L. SIMMONS .
J. J. Rigdon. | tho seventh near the Sea of Galileo And talk .
I I home made cake and candy Saturday' to beat Iho band.Perry PLI'MIIEU' AND EI.EC1'lnCALCONTUACTmt'
Judge R. A. Green was in Tampa > to seven disciples; the eighth on a Herald. I
afternoon beginning at two o'clock i
Tuesday on legal business. Thomas E. Oldhum, a well known !j I mountain in Galileo where were gnth- ESTIMATES! ,
e U bpsiness man of Graham, was in..Turner's t ': erect five hundred disciples; the last I want to be a Senator GIVEN
Telephone 133-J
Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Friday in Starke Thursday. I wife near Bethany forty days after (I mortgaged thu old homestead)
a charge: Mrs. O. L. Btmsley Mrs. 'V.i STARKE, FLA.
Jacksonville with friends. Ii {1
'II i I E. Davis and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. the resurrection when Christ appeared I'll draw my pay each Sat'duy, .- -- -----.
u Miss Clara Mae Durden of Tampa'{ Committee will be assisted by the C. |' to the eleven apostles gave them And howl to wnku tho dead.A NOTICE OF ELECTION
Col. W. T. Weeks spent several came Monday to visit her sister Mrs. His last charge and ascended to huavien. -- Sly the. ,power vmu. >il In thi-iii, by th. IA_ '
of C. ( .r Hmlthi. Ih.1".1 '
of "riiltlio I Inntrurllun ,
a days this week in Jacksonville. O. L. Beusley. I x I bill passed in Indiana provides I,ron llrmlfnnl+ ommty. Hurliln, In Hiieclnl .o,' I nl
11 mill in clot tnn to t>o hall In th; ,
!I I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN for imprisonment from oho to two nchiNilhiiiiKO .( I.nwtpy. on Smunluy' May 19.
1% Gus Beasley spent Sunday with his I E. 1 E.: Stevens and son, Robert of j I CHRISTIAN; CHURCH NOTESLast years upon conviction of illegally I I MM to nukvil ilt father O. L. Bensley. Leesburg spent the weekend with transporting liquor in any nutonio- j I lax Hittrlot anil to ebrot tier tn'.-
After April 31, 1923 there will be I Ile.. unit d'I..nn'n.' the amount of mllluir f
uv I Mr. and Mrs. Fred" Sapp. | no more credit allowed at the Peoples Lord's clay was a good day withus. bile, aircraft buggy or WII'IThis for (ho rnlnrirvil duitrlot.Ki .. .5 y, IC"I'
Mr. and Mrs. Ed R. Neff and children >r tit purtHMo or hulrllntt said 1 cliwtton.
l: Grocery Co. Some we have extended There was u twenty per cent Increase I will discourage driving by drunken | A. If Ilnr1i>y, J. IHarroU and J. II. 110"'. '
;: spent Sunday in Gainesville. Road James I In'our motorists. ion| MutMtlnluU! MI (jupeaUtra., dfh
master Shepard has ctedit to have paid their bills promptly Bible School over the I> L. W. KICKLITKR.
been in starke this week with his always while again some have '''former Sunday and a twenty-five percent I Ili. II. WIOfNS. tlmlrmiin.viHo. +
r. Mrs. O. L. Bcablcy spent Monday family. never paid. We shall strive hard to increase in the tithe offering over !i Tho experiment of motion pictures ( H..t"t" 4.20.4t-a-rl k ,

i Waldo with friends. I /give; you the best of service and groceries any Sunday of the yell 1". "The tithe' on railroad trains to relieve tho ted-I: r'P
r Just arrived full line of Scott's and sell you more reasonablethan (tenth) is the Lord's." Lev. 27:30.: i, lam of travel was tried out by a j (These two 't>fins do not stop) 'atStnrko.

Charlie A. Marks! of Alathua was Family Remedies. Sold I on an absolute j we ever have for we have learned "And to withhold it Is to rob God." road running into, Chicago. Tho screw Ocaln, and Plant City are 'the
4 here Monday renewing old acquain guarantee money back is not satisfactory. : that cash money will buy our gro- Mill. 3:8-10.: We are hoping to nee was hung from one end of n day conch 'only stops they make between Jacksonville flI

tances.. Scott's Store. I I (Vrlcn at a much better saving. Hence nuiny more strangers In attendancenext high enough to permit passengers to' and Tampa.,
"d II I V'e. will give to all our customers the Sundny. A welcome awaits : walk through tho train. I! Trains Nos. 7 and 8'' operated from w

W. M. Wainwright spent the weekend Cal and Mrs. A. 2. Adkins motored -| benefits of a caah on delivery busi- them. A rood place to spend an hour \ I Hampton to St.; Petersburg. No. 7 1
I at the home of his father N. D. to Gainesville Tuesday afternoon i ness. 4202t. on Sunday morning or Sunday eveningis Violation of the Eighteenth amendment leaving! Hampton 11:50:'\ p I. m. and No.

: Wainwright.Col. and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J'i I with us in the worship of "Our cost a native of Finland l the 8 arriving Hampton 5:10: a.Vi. These f
. C. Adkins.-. !I BRIDGE PARTY FOR MISS WY- Father. !j right to American citizenship in l Federal are through trains St. Petersburg to
: and Mrs. A. S. Crews motored I'I I MAN! The minister shall soon announce a district court in Spokane Wash. Cincinnati Ohio. uI
) to Palatka Thursday on a business W. W. Ashe of Washington D. C. I i series of three sermons concerning: When ho admitted( ho made whiskey I i T. J. GRIFFIN 1

!i trip. was a guest of !Mr. and !Mrs. L. Wy-i Airs L. Wyman gave a bridge party I The Tithing System. First. "The'I ,An- at one time tho judge< replied "Appli Agent.

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1 D. Ritch Green of Daytona is visiting man last Thursday and Friday.Mr. Wednesday afternoon in honor of her I dent Law of the Tithe." Second. "The cation denied, I will admit no one to ; : .I i

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. sister-in-law Miss Margaret Wymnn,, New Testament Church and the citizenship in this court! who, by his ThoiiT

Green-. and Mrs. N. Sternberg motored I, of Boston Mass. Tithe." Third "Can We Afford to own statements, hits thus knowingly i
.Mr. and Mr*. S. A. Bryan, Miss Oi- > Mrs. Wyman's attractive bungalow I Tithe?" violated the constitution which hv -

Misses Hattie Turner and Daisy to Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. > home was decorated with pink and'yel- "Some Things That Faith Does" must swear to uphold." i j
Moore of Hampton spent Tuesday I low wild flowersThe bridge game,'I will be the subject of the sermon at I The lIuslnnlt of r

with Miss Madge Middleton. Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs. S. T. Dell resulted in Mrs. Edward Burns winning 11 o'clock Sunday.! "Christian Living" SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE
and Virginia Weeks of Gainesville> i| first prize a bottle of Azurea I nt 8 p. m. Every member should hear i (In effort .Tun ",nn J. R. Davis & Co.

Big sale at the Shoppe Elite motored here Saturday afternoon to sachet powder, and to Mrs. J. C. Robi the evening sermon especially.! Corns SouthboundNo. :HTAHKE, FLA. ,

Saturday. Every article in the. visit relatives.T. .1 I i inson was handed low prize, a box of i Bible school at 10 a. m. Joy 1 reaches Starke at 12:10: a. m. i '

shop reduced. I | correspondence card... The hostess :I Duugherty, superintendent. No. 3, 10:59 a. m. GENERAL FIRE INSURANCE I
G.: Morris who is in business in served delicious refreshments of cake I W. E. Daugherty No. 21, Cedar! Key Train 4:58: p. m ACCIDENT AND\ BUND AGENTS ,
Mrs. S. M. Simmons of Hampton,(I Jacksonville motored here Saturday 1 a-la-modo with hot chocolate and Minister. No. IB, Limited 1:18 p. m. -
was n guest Wednesday at the home I afternoon and spent Sunday with his whipped cream. Northbound Will be continued at the same place / '

.f Dr. and Mrs! W. E. Middleton.l f II wife and children. I The guests included Meadamea Edward I BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN '" No. 2 arrives Starke 4:35: ) a. n) and fore.in the same firm name all hereto I

I Burns F. L. Turner J. L. Peek No/ 4 at 4:06: ( p. m.
Last Thursday Mrs. L A. Davis was', Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns and son, J. R. Gurris J. C. Robinson and J. I The revival meetings haw closed, No. 20, Cedar Key Train 8:47: a. m '
a guest of the Aragon Hotel in Jacksonville George of Lake Butler were visitorsat M. Mitchell. but the revival spirit remains as the No. IB, Limited, fi:5B) p. m. All business InlruOlt..d tu uit. will be '/
X. the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. congregations on Sunday luHf Indi- Wannre llrnnrh carefully looked after In the future
In the and
an pant,
your patrnnugo
I Green Sunday. EXPERIMENT STATION HAS cat4'd. Thu messages presented by No. 101 leave Stnrko 7:4": .. ID
Mr. and Mrs. William Blakely mud'as ., I TWO PROMINENT( VISITORSDuring Mr.( White were simple and forceful No I'M' arrives Stark 3:15: p. m. will be greatly appreciated
a guest his mother Mrs. Blakely, Cat! Johns and, C. N. Christy of the result being a fuller consecrationon Limited train No. !0) due at Stark .I

of Waldo.B. the University of "Florida spent the the past week the local Forest the part of the members sect the III:22 p. m., Jacksonville to St. Petersburg :
I v/eek end with Mr. and Mrs. S. R. I Experiment Station has been honored surrender of men and women to I ; J. R Davis & Co.
R. Witkovski of Jacksonville,;i,Johns. i from Christ. SOn I Limited train No. 10 ate at Stnrk!
I by visits Mr. W. W. Ashe( i Ity MRS. J. R. DAVISMAKEYOURM6NEY
spent Monday with his sister Mrs. ,I| { assistant district forester of Wush-' Sunday morning next some of ,5:45\: u. m., St. Petersburg to Jackson-
, E. S. Matthew. I Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Holtzcndorf, ington D. C., and Mr. R. O. Forbes, those who have been the second time
I Misses Thelma Holtzendorf and Inez: I I director in charge of the Southern born will follow their Lord In bap-
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bailey, of :Moitt spent last week-end in White Forest Experiment Station from New tism. This ordinance when administered 1 1 '
Plant City are visiting her parents, !Springs/; with friends. Orleans.Mr. Js always a sermon in itself as 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dubose. Christ Intended It should be.The
Ashe spent two days with Mr. I
--.-- I Mrs. W. E. Mtddleton and Children pastor will speak on "An
Wyman collecting specimens of trees Increasing
Misses Lucile Deal Elma Robinettc motored to Jacksonville Friday afternoon and shrubs. He stated that a greatENTAYOR Church." The members and friend
and Powell Carpenter motored to and were guests of her brother -I will be present to welcome tho new

Gainesville Monday afternoon. I. C. Dowling. converts. This service begins at 11. WORK FOR YOU !!

[ \ tnterest In the Bible school contlni
Mrs. M.\ A. Stokes of Jacksonville : Beautiful sport leghorns and ues. Last Sunday several 'new scholars -
spent the week-egd with her daughter milans in latest shapes in Satur- were welcomed by the Superintendent COME NOW.1 PILE UP1

Mrs. T. C. Morris. day's!! sale at the Shoppe Elite. J. T. Quigley. The men's TrlATJNTERESTlfntercst
COLUMN class Is now taught by Dr. Rullen and 1GULAk'L: >;Af 1llDON'T I IS70PVtbRKAN10iRE
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. White Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baisdrn and e the teaching of the lesson Is enjoyedby t ,
Mrs. S. L. Peek motored to SilverSpring children and Mr. and Mrs Paul Bala
a goodly number of the men of
and Ocala Sunday afternoon. den, of Jacksonville spent Sunday at FOR RENT-6 room house. Apply the church and congregation. Drop la
the home of Mrs. :M. A. Baisden. R. S. Humphrey, Starke. It 5URE1
in at 9:45: on Sunday morning and Hue ,. sM+,
Mr .and Mrs. C. V. Simpson of -- what a bee-hive of a school we have. INE EI r is:
Gainesville Sunday with Mr. lIon. E. S. Matthews and M. F. FOR SALE-One Jersey heifer with The 'N. 1 ; STop
first calf. Pride! for quick sale $30. evening service has been suspended
who the
Brown are attending ses-
and Mrs. J. W. Edwardi.. because of the acceptance by
D. W. Manning Starke Fla. It'
1 i sion of the Legislature motored here
the of the
I pastor invitation to preachthe
Dr. O. L. Haynes; went to St. Augustine Friday from Tal1ahassee'and returned LOST-One white pointer dog about baccalaureate 'sermon before the "

Monday and returned home Monday.Mrs. one year old. Anyone knowing of high "school at Melrose. The members .

Tuesday. v his whereabouts will please notify ,, of the church are urged to join In .,;' .../.. T i ?
/ C. R. Zitzke, of Rockford 111., N. D. Wainwright, Starke. 4-13-jf worship with other churches in town. !
Mr, and Mrs. G. 1't[Inman motored i ito and her daughter Mrs. Robert II. 'I B. Y. P. U., both junior and senior I
Palatka Saturday on a business Wolf, of Chicago have returned to FOR SALE-Pure grade Jersey cow, I meet at 7:00.: Needs No Prodding
trip. their respective homes after a delightful giving two gallons per day. Would I' -t. Works f
sojourn in Starke. take wagon or truck: U. B. Wiggins SAMPSON CITY Without Being Told !

Mrs. William Struth and daughters/ ,( I Starke. 4-6-2t 'I --I- -Nothing I Interrupt the pro<'"* of "piling up Interest"
Misses' Katie and Hilda spent Monday Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and little daughters i FOR SALE-House and two lots In ''I Sampson City April 20.-Mesdames .on your SAVINGS DEPOSITS.! It I I" the process in..ep.
Hazel and Lois went to Jackson-I r bly linked with TIME.
with friends-in/ Waldo. ; S. E.
| ville Thursday afternoon returning Starke with chicken yard and many Jones M. E. Goodge and W. J. The moment you make d..pn"it In nut Savings" Depart
I I kind of beautiful flower and Roberson motored to Starke Satur meat Jim that moment INTEREST CRTS!' BPSV.!' It
Carr home Friday afternoon. While in the takes ".."".. .
Colley of Jacksonville spent hrnbs. Apply to R. R. Prevatt day. \ no "" ITS ALWAYS ON TilE JOII. r
Pity they were guests of Mrs. Adkins' Mina Start SAYINGS ACCOUNT at this Bank to-dar.. and
I Starke, box 145. 4-6-it.1 I Ii' I Hazel Morgan of Brooker, Ul .
ADVICE THE AGED sister Mrs. Jack Briggs. your money becomes an earning power Independent of
J j visiting her Mrs.
grandmother W. S.
'I V. ......... I FOR SALE-Two j f your personal effort.
.A.- MI.fk.de..b sa very large lots Inmost Nabb and aunt Mrs. W. II. Smith. .
Mrs. E. M. John will leave tomor-I desirable residential section. I I W. H. Smith motored to Hawthorn
TuftfiTpiiTs row for Macon Ga., where Consider good Ford part payment I Sunday and spent the -day with his BANK OF STAUKE 1
visit her cousin Mis balance"ca h. Fred Beck Oak cre parents! Mr.:and Mrs. R. H. Smith. The Hank of Helpful Service ,

....... ---..... r 4L..s- a. Darby. From Macon Mrs. Johns and Cottage Lafayette street Starke. i Miss!, Mamie Hall returned home on STAKKE, l-'LA.
1 I.= .. ., sl..id I Miss Darby will go to Atlanta to at- 4-20-2t / tl I 'j S
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:T : corn crop, because the value of the,, ''a capital of $25,000. ing over 9,000. I age man going into business--fur
\ I I'I of fam- himself is more apt to go broke than
bean is worth far than the' benefit millions
lJ"1' ... ....... ........ .-..---..................-.-...-.*...* crop more That it will make
lff t' I -- little trouble the farmer is put to in 'I Liberty Nearly all club cotton has I ilies and have a most salutary effect; a success.

J .. r gathering the corn in the bean vines. bean! planted and much of it Is up and upon the auto buying public goes almost -I Knowledge and experience are even

'" I With The Bradford growing nicely. without saying, as it places a more important than money. To get I

,rt I ,t FAREWELL TO THEE, I new light upon motor car ownership them, costs money. I

';-, 'I'' : ; OLD RAZOR BACK Clay-Snap beans and celery began .1[ wherein the purchaser is able to avail Obviously Ford is not suggesting f fI

County Farmers I moving and the first potatoes i' himself of this modern necessity. I I that we go out and fling our moneyto

: II "The introduction of blooded stock I were dug this week. Strawberries i',' For some time past Ford dealers the four winds" Observe that he

): il' L. .. .Jl i ill eliminating the range brood sow," i are bringing good prices. I I have been selling cars and trucks up- says, spend it on "yourself, What to
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Good education
? books
I declares Agricultural Statistician S. I | on what is known as the deferred buy ; travel,

1 ': l 1'.d !' T. Fleming in his Florida crop report Marion-The acreage of truck crops payment plan in which the purchaser that brings knowledge.Ford .

for April. I sprayed this year will be ten times makes a substantial initial payment, himself is 59. He was nearly
CJKT: HID OF CHICKEN :MINKS: you can and preserve for use when "Just the good news we have been I that of two years ago, and it wild) be secures his car and completes the 10 years before he began giving much

,,j prices are again high. waiting for," say some of the state's I more efficiently done. payment for it in regular. install- thought to building up a fortune.

Keep Urn (House. Clean and Spray it ,; "Kggs& can be bought in spring for leading swine raisers upon being informed ments. ,, Previouslyto that, he had been busy

'IhnroiiKhly With :.Mixture! :i! much lefts than at any while other, Reason of this report, which read as W .C. T. U. COLUMN i I[I This has been and will continue to i i spending his money experimenting
i So wave or buy them they are
his fund
_ follows and increasing information.
: be of immense benefit to numerous
C No insect enemy of poultry Is more cheap) and put clwwn. in water glass. "The number of brood sows in this I'j auto buyers whose means do not per- .

annoying and! blood thirsty than the 1 Preserving eggs iri this way does not state has been decreased for several MOTORISTS SHOULD UK: ABSTAINERS mit the full outlay for a car at the lie didn't spend on foolish amusement -

mites. It has been said by experienced j 1 injure them in the least. A fresh years and this decrease, strange to I purchase time, but ho can easily keep !II billurda, baseball, betting rai-
men that if the poultry raisers of ;'i clean rug properly kept in water any i is resulting from the improve I up the required regular payments.Now : I sinjack and clothes beyond his means.

the state kept this one insect down, 1 glass will be almost as palatable sixmonths ment and development of the swine "A well known metropolitan police comes the Ford Weekly Purchase lIe invested his dollars in increasinghis

l' egg production would be increased later as a newly-laid egg.i growing industry of the state. It is I doctor has been expressing: opin- :, Plan which will make it possi- mechanical knowledge, in developing -

beyond estimate, 'i\ "Directions for preparing water the natural result of the elimination ion that all motorists should abstain ble for additional millions to own and a definite campaign of action in a

'' In answer to a recent request for glass may be had for the asking of o ftho common range hog. The farmer '! from alcohol" says a writer in the operate motor cars as under the planas certain industry and in acquiring the

information pertaining to mites and i|the I Florida" College of Agriculture who could 'keep' a half dozen or I British Medical Press and Circular, little as $5 will start anyone toward knowledge of human nature neces-

their control Dr. N. W. Sanborn the I I Gainesville. I more sows and their pigs in the for 'I (Aug. 10, 11)22)) ), a leading medical the ownership of a Ford car, sary to enable him to market his

1 poultry specialist, Florida College of I' : ests l is finding it advisable and more journal. "No motorist" said the doc- Ford truck or Fordson tractor. This product. Ford" cars.

i Agriculture, answered: I'i: ROW; SOME: PEANUTS; IT WILL 'profitable to own a smaller numberof tor quoted, "should ever touch & initial payment as well as all subsequent Now he is "cashing in" on that early

l + ; "Mites!\ are blood suckers, living on I{! I'AY blooded sows with a greater cash drink. This is my conviction after payments, will l be deposited to investment in himself. Indirectly he

bi ) the blood of laying and setting hens, { return per animal from their progeny years of experience. Alcohol invariably the customer's credit in a local bank had always been saving and accumu

i' i r as well as upon little chicks. Nothing \ "The secret of success in growing The state has 153,000 brood<<1 sows as slows the mental response. ,A and draw interest at the regular savings lating. The thing to guard againstis

? will more surely cut down egg ,, peanuts for profit lies in plenty of compared with 156,000{ a year ago, feeling of abnormal exhilaration, rate. "spending on ourselves" in the

f production than a large mite infestation. '' good seed, well-drained and well-pre- and 166,000 in 1020." combined] with an inability to appreciate It extends to the whole family an wrong way.-Leesburg Commercial.

Nothing will weaken and stunt pared soil, plenty of fertilizer and -.----- time values prevents the motorist -

r z ? the small chick more surely than to l j lime where needed and rapid, clean EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS OF from paying his usual attention to opportunity to participate each in memberto the car CLAY COUNTY NORMAL SCHOOL

9 :t be fed upon by these pests. j i cultivation," to quote from a recent COUNTY AGENTS the rights and comfort of pedestriansand purchase by permitting
contribute small amount weeklyto
7 Mites: live and breed in every nook 1 address of District Agent .S. W. Hi- other motorists. Complete safety a
y the with the wholesome effect The Clay County Normal School
P t and corner of the hen house. They att, of the agricultural extension Levy-Have organized a county lies only in complete total absti- plan
of inculcating thrift and also demon- for Teachers will open May 1st at
come out nt night to feed on the birds vision University of Florida. dl'l fair association and a fair, for this nence.
strating the benefits to be received Green Cove Springs and continues
Sometimes they conic out in the day Mr. Hiatt went on to say that is assured.
I year practically The same article contains the testimony from regular and consistent accumulation eight weeks. Those wishing to pre
time, if so numerous all cannot get is just as important to use care Inl j I
of a British, taxi-driver that
of funds to spend for things pare for first second or third grade
around the hens during the night. ; selecting high-yielding strain of
a Hamilton-Held two spraying demonstrations he seldom takes out without
f 't a party desired. certificates will do well to take the
"Remedy: Dusting will not kill seed peanuts as it is in selecting a I: this week. Two spraying
being to "have
continually pestered
I a The price reduction of Ford cars course. The program will be so arranged -
them it will lice. You have toy hen from flock in
as a high-producing "
ordered result of
tLt, outfits were as a drink. If he were to.take a drink and trucks which went into effect last that any one wishing to do so
rover the mite's body with something: order to secure maximum egg produc work.
: every time it is offered he said, he October, bringing them to the lowest may review on all subjects. ,
There various of first class seed
killingly/ irritating. are tion. The planting
would be drunk on every journey. "It level in the history of the Ford !Motor This special! term for teachers isprovided
lice killers that do work. Kerosene the Osceola-Dai-; ;
f' good will help to insure highest yield cows in the county is "
a pity, comments the medical
Company, opened a market of un- for and under the control of
; 1 is better than nothing, but there without the cost of
increasing .pro tested for tuberculosis. The
are being
,i journal "that these well-meaning people usual proportions and with the inauguration the county board of public instruc
effective remedies. duction. 1
are more growers sare shipping cucumber, do not realize the folly of encouraging of the Ford weekly purchase
"Clean the house thoroughly. Get He said further "The of soil
type and beans and tion.The
squash spraying cucumbers
a man, on whose clearheadedness -
plan this market now becomes even tuition to students from other
t, one of the wood preservers and mixan best adapted to peanut growing is a melons and tomatoes this and alertness many lives depend, more comprehensive. counties will be very moderate.You .
equal quantity of kerosene with sandy loamy one, preferably with a week. to muddle his brain with liquor"
will enjoy term with
it. Spray this into the corners, the well-drained clay subsoil, although a us.
cracks: and spaces where the mites good results have been secured on OVERHULTZ
it k' f' hide. Repeat once a week for a month very light sandy soils with no clay j 1 members are discouraged with low Principal.

doing this work when the hens if of velvet beans or''1
are subsoil a crop prices of eggs, but association eggs I
I "Our decision to co-operate in the I There
are fpreign-born
out of the houso 'Keep the hens outside some similar on it the I
crop grew selling from six to ten cents I have been
life interested
I very Ford Weekly Purchase Plan Is simply now living in the United States, half
_ till the wood has soaked up all previous year or if an application of If f above those of outsiders. I I in noting the effect of prohibition, es- j in line with our general policy to of whom are not citizens.1L've .



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spare spray. Coal tar dips can be commercial fertilizer was applied to Seminole-The '
larger portion 0 ffpecially as manifested in the courts extend I .
possible service to the ''
used, but are less effective and must every a i ""to sc'sa ctbU'rewl' <
Soil for
> peanut crop. peanuts lour cotton
crop was planted this pas t and affiliated agencies. That Chicagohas citizens of this community," E. S.
be repeated more often." should be thoroughly and deeply bro, week. raMorei vitality a DC jnerily by i/urtfrfatt end t
very materially benefiitted Matthews president of the Bank of rich ..
loll the blood. You can aooo test As Str nguewilaa. .
{ v ken some weeks before planting in by prohibition is a fact which may be. Starke, said relative to the announce .. lavliloratiod Effect. Price Me.s
r STORE SPRING EGGS IN WATER order that all turned-under vegetable Duval-All cotton demonstrators. demonstrated in many ways. There i ment. ..
: GLASS UNTIL PRICES:: AI E matter have rotted and the soil
; may except one planted their cotton this has been a decrease in crime general '
HIGHER "It is an excellent means of '>WIIW'OIDmmmmmmmmmmmfllUlmmmD ImI

-4 S nettled. The land should then be week and did it according to my in ly; more so in the case of some types' promoting
e- thoroughly disked before planting of structions.St. of crime than others. Prohibition has thrift, the thing most essential
; ,, to financial and the attainment
w liens naturally lay more eggs inv crop. been a material contributing factor'
of a---
spring than at any other season. Asa "Clean cultivation is necessary, if Johns-Final arrangements are I in this decrease, in my judgment. "For several banks

p consequence the markets are usually best yields are expected. Many farmers completed for the purchase of a car, One of the significant developments have been years conducing now\ generally -

I ;i. glutted with eggs at that time seem to have the erroneous idea load of purebred Jersey calves for the I of the past few years has been thee campaigns

M even though the price is low, that peanut cultivation may be put country calf club. Purchases will b I decrease in juvenile delinquency and urging ings accounts people to and open vacation Christmas sav-

a A worth-while suggestion is offered olf in order. that other work may "be through the county agricultural ad also in juvenile dependency, both due I II I accounts and thousands of savings 25 centWanted

u ,., to the producers, as well as the con- done. visory committee which has sent the I practically entirely to prohibition.,'' have done' In persons

'j Burners of eggs by N. W. Sanborn, "This is a crop all farmers should purchasing agent to Ohio to select: While the liquor habit and the liquor''' started with so.small amounts many cases the they first
poultry specialist of the Florida college the calves. business not be said to have
I include in their rotatic ns. Besides be- may directly but the second their'
year goal
of agriculture, who hopes to help ing a soil improver it furnishes a caused delinquency end, dependency was higher until these year savings have !

;, 1+,, solve this.egg problem caused by the fairly certain source of income, either Hillsborough--Spring vegetables they were very close byproducts mounted into surprising figures.

varyJng supply. I when sold outright or when pastured are now being shipped. Some straw of liquor. One of the barometers "The automobile has become a necessity I.
N' Dr. Sanborn says "If you are producing of crime is to be found in the I
{ to hogs for pork. Farmers will berries are still moving from this to modern times. It is essen-
) tt eggs, put most of them downin ,make no mistake in planting at least section. figures! indicating the jail population. tial to successful business and it is will sell

water glass or incubate them. Do a few acres." _____ -NAlachua These figures show a material decrease .! a
unequalled of
Iit as a mean providing
not rush them into over-loaded
market since the Eighteenth amendment
Have for demo
arranged pleaure for the family.
l *. If you are a housewife with went into effect and this ,
WHY VELVET MEANS SHOULD onstrations in control of watermelonand exper- "The effect of the plan is most
; no laying hens, purchase all the eggs KB PLANTED ON OUR FARMSNo cucumbers diseases. Cooperative ience seems to be general over the wholesome.
I __ It is certain to promotea Horse
.- orders were taken for 700 poundsof country. |( new feeling toward the automobileand

{ &**** **AM A A ***A HA A A AHAnr. better soil improving plant than bluestone 28 bushels of velvet .One of the most signficant benefit will tend to create a greater regard

the velvet bean is known for average bean seed and a large amount of calcium from prohibition to my mind is to be { for automobile ownership."So .
Fonda conditions. I arsenate for boll weevil found in the fact that much of the
con- why not save to own an auto-
+ "Well! i
It gathers nitrogen from the air trol. Helped organize a creamery money that apparently was formerly | ,mobile, just as you do for a vacationor or a

+ and stores it in its roots leaves, fruit company for this county. It will have worse than wasted :for the most part i for Christmas? They are all pleas

D !" and vines, doing equally as well as by the wage earners in buying liquor, ure-giving, adventures that cost little II
Strong other j'OjO'orms in a neaituy Gal> upon the institution of national prohibition -| "
any legiyninous plant known to ( or no effort.
: the agricultural world.It children troubled with Worm Imw '. 111.: almost immediately began to I $$1000 Car
\ Mrs. Anna Clover 6( R.I', D. dulthy color, which iudlcaiea |uur blood.sue us a show itself in the increased depositsin I I
t',' 5. Winfield: I TASTELESS: : CHILL TONIC liven savings accounts and .throughout .
vines and leaves when reiflilarly '' j
began suffer which
to plowed
,''t,,. some months lortwoortbrm; week. wU enrlrh ttio bod.) the '
of |
t ago with womanly troubles, and under give life to the soil and thereby improvethedUtefttloa.andactaaBffrnrraES'rcnilth-" period prohibition these accounts -

f I was afraid I was going to get stimulates plant growth in a re- ']mln4. Tonloto. the whole"."'m. Nature wl>I then have materially and 'steadify Dr. Oiler has had his day. It is : or a Si
t + !," In bed. Each month I suffered I throw off or dlnpel Ih.wwm.,aDd th"Cblli/>will. increased. :'
1 i with my head,back and sides-a markable way. 10..DM.**,*health.' PlMiaot._>..eGOcl lorr t..>aue: I(time now for another theory and it has i

w weak tdiinj. nervous feeling. This heavy growth of vines and been advanced by Henry Ford. Of the
I began to try medicines u I leaves shade the ground thus supplying -I THAT KNIFE-LIKE PAIN The Silk spinning Industry of Kashmir (two Ford has the advantage for he
1v knew I .
was getting I Is
worse. a government monopoly anddefrays
did MX. seem to nod the right a need felt by most farmers.It I|has proved his case by his own life $$10,000farm
7M.. remedy wttu: *om oo.told me of supplies the :farmer with the a large portion of the expense while Osier was living contrary to

beat fertilizer element known-nitro- of maintaining the government. Kas- !; I|his own theory when he expounded it.
U Only One of Nature's Warnings of, hmir is a part of Northern Inlia.
F gen-and at rates no fertilizer manufacturer I :j Recently Ford declared that "A man's
ro can approach.Its Weak or Disordered Kidneys. "" ""*""" I 14 career dosen't really begin unit! he
{ CARDUI1b roots nave you a lame back aching day When a whale is captured an Instrument -
grow deeply, losening I j ia around 40. When he is 40 years
o i soil the and night L>o ;you eel sharp palna like a gigantic hypodermic J
so roots of corn and other old, a man has just about reachedthe I
alter stooping? Are the kidneyssore is
: syringe inserted into the dead body
crops may the better reach down to j age when he may begin to think
? Ia their action Irregular. Vie and air is pumped in until the whale I I ,
water and plant food. "
i Wonsft Doan' Kidney 1'IIla-the medicine floats. seriously about making money. ,
Tonic Then if other whale
t The velvet bean is recognized. as recommended by so many Stark Ford'a idea is that the averageman .I
I ned two bottles before I could one of the best feeds for fattening people. Ask your neighbor! about a flag is stuck in the blubber I cannot expect to accumulate

that see any it treat change but.ner cattle., The leaves and vines, as wells Cha. Crutcbtleld. rarmer, Stark., and the quarry cast 'adrift; a fresh much of a fortune in the first 40) yearsof _-_ti
was rauaikabie bow line is coiled
and the chase begins'afresh.
f( much otter 1 got. I am BOW the pods, are highly palatable and says: "I can hardly describe the life, so those who reached this age
v well<< and strong I can recommend may be pastured through the fall and misery I endured from lame back. The harpoon Is shot from a without much to show for it should i ilot

Cardui. tor tt crruusly' winter after they have fully maturedor When I tried to lift It felt as though gun. jr I be discouraged.Up .
'- ', benefited tote" been killed by frost. someone had tuck a knife into the PURCHASE I What is more
If you have been experimenting to 40, aa Ford sees it, a man'schief econ-
small of my buck. 1 wu Dearly put THE FORD WEEKLY
on yourself with all kinds of But cattle have ,no option on this function in life is to gain oxall -
ditferent remedies better get plant for feeding purposes. Sheep going.. 1 got up at night to pass the PLAN | ]l( he can; particularly HOW to spend omical 'and profit-
kidney lecreti.-ua: and they containeda
Cardui.back0 toe.ood, medicine. old. reliable tor goats, hogs and horses are fond of red sediment I read about Uoan's Detroit Mich., April 16.-The Ford money. The best advice I can give! to able than

women about _hich yes have the vines and leaves, and hogs fatten Kidney. rills, und two boxes, purchased Motor Company has just made a nationwide -,. young man anxious to succeed is: a want

always heard, ubicb has helped well on thq pods.. at Turner' Drug Store,, cured announcement of the new i I Spend; your .money-on yourself; get ad
many which Ibousaads should of Other, aad As a dairy feed the velvet bean me." Ford Weekly purchase plant, which 1111.[ the experience you can. Don't try in] this paper?

f Ask your igtitxir help about you,K;too.she meal takes high rank. Price 6Uc, at all dealers Don't accepted here as a characteristic Ford, to save money and be a miser." What

has probably/ used it. This plant has few enemies and can simply ask tor a kidney remedy-getDean's" action and a new' and forwardlooking -, Knowledge and experience are work. have you

For sale everywhere. b. grown easily and cheaply.No Kidney Pills-Uie same thai move in the marketing of autorao-[ ]ng capital to an individual, just aa ..

ri Florida farmer should hesitateto Mr. Crutcbh! had. Foiter-Milbura biles, to be carried on by the eompany' urely as money in the bank. With I f.1I I to! sell?
Co. Wfra. iiufTalo. N. Y.
i plant velvet.beans along with his dealer organization, ,number- $((10,000 and no experience, the aver- 11II ..L .




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1 AM, ASHAMED OF BEiNG: II U- 1 nistrlrt No. I) REPORT OF SCHOOL FINANCES All Koccm \\1. ,22. 94*. 8i. till 8(1!(!, 17. ZM ami low-ll, ......,....10..1 In Book No. 5, M>....1. j.if.l'l!
MAN I|1 Bnlnnm: March" 1. 1021 10.]g altO the \V<'.t Half vt s..... 10. in "I"own.hlp Ian,*...... lamp 40ft I If HMO from the Kmj'ir .
Hmilntu. Uurlnir. month _----___ 5-88 BRADFORD COUNTY 'I I 9. R. SI tt:..t_ Uumhrr, Company to I'owoll and rpwull re* ft
!|. Warrant fauued -__; 1.00 'Sllned ,cordod In Rook No. 7, Pair 1* all In thn pub I bI '
llMlunco April I, IttJJ _______?_____ 14..8 .1. I.. trNOF.RII1LL llo rcorH nf Bradford County. FlorIda. r** ,, i I ,
When defenseless fellow creatures Bond No. t FOR TilE PERIOD ENDING DEC. 31, 1922The C. C. CROSBY rvrdod. t>. the, clerk off tho circuit court of '
: Miilnncf! M.pch 1. luaa _.. 7.88 H. UNIJl>.lUilLI.. tald county. ..
tU-c in terror at my approach. i lirafiiit. durlnit month ___ following report of th. ncclpta: and dUbum>n .nta ot the funda BRADFORD W. KNOTICE 1IIJMONl: >tlON. FLORBNCR' 1'1. rOWEt.Ii. o" .of '
I shivering and Wnnant, (",,'ij .__ ______" COUN'I'Y. for the period roiling IVo dl. 11122. with I Ihu balanoea and amount of warrant ..IS-.-S.d. flunrdian of Martha Florence 1'owull and }
When BOO a unhap- lluliinrc April 1 I. mil/ _221_.____" 763 nuutandinv. and a ilaUmi-nt of the aunta and liabilities, and the value of school property. of William C. I'owell. Jr.. Minor SluIce of f
', but patient horse standing on the ,. lulnrnt 4k Sinking No. the aid Bradford County a. reported on the Moth day tr Juno llll2! liy the county hoard ..fPubllo KA&E OF CONVICTSNotIce \Vtllintn C'. Powrll. Dec?a* il. '"j $
ij I nn.li.nco Mnrch 1. lius .-.--?____.__70711.82 Initmctinn and the Superintendent of Public Iiutruction U hereby published untIe rth. OF COUNTY ,\. /. A D KINS, 1\\ .. '
stu-et unblanketed in a driving !, KfYtnna\, durlim month ___ .. m'sB provuiona of Chapter 6X13* of the Law of Florid.. Act of 19111.ERNEST. In huntiy 1I1..n thnt at Io! 11M..n. ,\\lI"rn. for Guardian. 3-80-6U4-B7 I.
7 the Iviuitf of nil convict.
Warrant Usued _I_._ AMOS Comptroller. May lUli.1: county, ,
,lllrm. I I Uulnnov' April 1. ll """ of HratUord county Mill bo cold! In front. ot -MiTI"K---- 'I'III
J3 __ ___ '
8121.27 /I
-00 ,
Inttnst General School Fund tho anulh door of (lie com thutine in Mnrkw.Klondn. ,
When I see members of the human! Iliilanc March & Sinking" No. 25 to the htn.uwt iin.t |MI .hiJ.lor. fur ) thn Circuit otirt ,fur lradl..r" CountrK /. I.\-

.intaping upon the helpless victims Kucvliiu din-inn I 1.month lout -----._..?_8017.44 rvponttory balance July' 1. 1U23 ____00_...___. ._ ... __. E.ino.ps\ .nil cuunty ."...,."',. ..ulol..t0 the laws novirnlnir I"!' .rlil.., In ehnnc.*ry.lU'rty ,
i ,I WHrrnntji: :itnuied: : 1 1013 Out tundln" warranta Inly, 1. 1022) .. ______ .___._ - .. ., 7d.4J5.r3 '0"'''. lVrU of ttitiil IPHHA will tun lnvmitmt. Cump.na tG t I i
,n u ZOO.When I! UHlnnra April 1. 1823 IZIIII thruntth. tho yir. 1929.\ 'I'h* b"ard| rvifrith "r.K.raUon, | rL .

--Apr--';-% 1. 1923.t--:- 8027 7 Net deficit JulI, 1022 ._00 __________ ... ___ .... -__ .__.____...___ 77,126.26RECEIPTS .. ntthi to rt'ji.ct any anil nil bUtw, ComnlnttinntVII ,, .
I see men and women ajTli.irently I 1111\IWOIIO rOIlNTY.I J. M. HKOWNLbllQ .
Hoard of Cuminluilon, '
enjoying the agonizing antics I I STATE!: OF FLORIDA.I FOR TUB SIX MONTHS AttiWttO.Cbnlrmun County rite (.'I..rhl1"1,1 mill ImmlHra- '

u-rrorized creatures whoso livus heroby (.f mint of tho Tat collector taxo ........ ..- .. -. ----- 6.87463 <-taI.
I tile .ehool nrctlpt and dlsbursem.nt* of Comptroller redemption ......____ ..__....._....___ 80.H6 Clork. Drfendnnla.
",.n> a continual round of suffering and month ...' I.11'1'! ot """a//"'* County. for tho Comptroller one mill tax ___.........__. ............. 1.\1\1.6:1\ \ Hill to QuIet TltUTi I 0 '

abuse. to tho brat March.of 1923. I li. tru.. and correct County judu. hunting tieenao, _.___ ..._-_...... 40.00 NOTICK TO 111 I1 1)1 I>KUScftlM .. On* Florida 1-ntiii ItiimiKmtlon. Cum, .

I my knowleclito and belief Bank Interest .................. --.--__.-_?.._ 1.250.05\ bhla11\ tto .rocivr. Ity tIn x>nrd
II U. WIGGINS. __ ..____.____ .____ .__.. .'>nny. corporation, FrankVnHa.. Dump K.limy. .
When I hear parents say to u child.'Plln't Hunk., loan _n_ __ 12,200.00\ 80,137.07 of l tM>nd trvuitvrM of |1I."dl..rd county. .Murliltt .Ifimm T. /HOUUT and John MrKiu. *.
I __________ ______Count,_Suo.rInl..njcnt. nt 'fho ,.Ifl.( .. .'f tIm vooiNttnry of the hoard utSlurkc. I itiM'Vrt. of lint Florida Uj.tlroud l Company, w ,

pull that cat's tail ; it might ,. FINANCIAL! STATEMENT OF COUNTY Making deficit __.___._______.__ -....__-.___. 00.dJ3.28 Murlttit. unlll 2 :OU o'clock |>. ,nt.. of ",'o I,,'"'tit IonY.. It. Uuvlrt. And hl. wlf,. JInrit a.
scratch you" or "Don't kick that diJff; FUNDS DI&BURSkMENTS FOB TUB SIX MONTHS hay Ifith. 1\123. nntl, at tluit, tlim* ,puhliclyoH t K. l till.I.. John Irlloiw and hi. wlfo,
'ntd for comtru -lln.. a fill itpproxlnmtvlyfidU
i MIHI>, lrilo\ui ronilnnli, whose nml, Monthly flnanelal sts.tt.mint of Bradford! < <
mitfht bite r..t Ions nt the ""rlh Hpprunult ,to iltHnnta ..
: you. county for the month of March 1023. Expended (for 8cft.alii Kn H\vr drlitua ni ltro kt'r. u ontniphtuniurnxxinuitely "I intnch I unkmmn.
._ __.....__ _____ ______. .. > UHF.ICTINC.S '
When I consider the methods used "ncrsl FundMnrrh Salnrit of teacher. ... --* 13.ftRH.ilO loot cu. ,d. of muttrinl. rinim, 0
llalantu New buildings nn ._____ .___________-- 11D.78 b. .....n at thu. 'iilftctt of tlio cuunty .nwt. V.tti. Hud ,',cI, ...rU" Nfv Iwrn'liy. rwiiilrvdIn .
,n ,slaughtering animals for food. )KMwIl't" during 1.month 1821 --------------2125.01. Rupftira' to building, ..__________. _______?___..- 87.00 tnity mor.I ,:, I In-;it"I.I"I, ;! l : "Hr twforo.h't'h.' Ju<:lu' of thci t
2a .80 Trannportattun of pupil ____. ..._______...... 1'0.011Exp. Ia reserved *s-jt-ct all ,- Tor thu Jiitliclnl Clp-
When I gaze upon the female of WnrrimU' liwuiid _._ .... I tut right any or ,nut of Inriiln\ ,,. tit I nml for Hrftdftinl I county '6I
llulunc. April 1, 1923 _r.iriTIITujlSS cf Administration bI.I.* I in I Iho Nth tiny, of J"...-. 19Jt. at. th. rnuit- 5 ; pIn
... specie decked in the skins of Salary auperlntendenk" __ ___ BOO.OO W. F.: TORODK.
tin tin and l-orfvltur Fund ot i.r .mn i r ......... until count In Hlnrkiv Florida, toitinwur I .
who have KnluncB March 1. 1821 ___ 42.97 I'er diem and mileage of member of board .-?._......__ 102.HOInciduntal C. A. FUTCIf Clw irui i% Pro Ton u bill of ooinpliimt vxhihltotl mfK.nctnui
-. !tjeflt beings not only Receipt durIng month -.?_ SHI.62 for board and auperlnUmdunt" ..._..,______.. 207.70 &erftry. 4-13-51-5-11 ,m Htiii) court hv Lfhi! >rty Iiucwtmont Co., 1it

,ilu-d, but suffered untold torture that Warrant ianut-d _00_________ aro.20 1'rinling flnanolal statement ...._.._........_._._.. 8,00 .- --- -- ....,,,.rl\ll..n ,,r nnl7i-il and ...laUInd., ... ,
lluliinco April I 1. 1IIJJ __._________ A. n Trintlng -. ., .. ___.._____.___.____, ,____.._....... 43.00 NO'fl'R( OP Kl.EITIOV Lht- tuna of I thn 1 state nf 'I..ld. 5' '
-<>me unfeathered biped may have her U..... Fund Tuition paid for county limo pupil.----------__.__.. 89,18 Hy tlto power v.*Htod In thrm by the Uw oftho Tin Mrnilfonl (ounty ''IVIfirrnph, a "'i>nkvintiim.H |

.. .tnit\ entered to.-David Lee Whar- Ratline March I. 1HJ1 ____. BUI.97 Interest .- .- .. _.-..._..__....._..___.. ,. .... 3.0"2.09' t 8tnt of h'ltn-ltirt the t.oar.t l of iiubllo !(uutmctUm | .,. iMihllnhi in /Starkn. ttnidr.mlcotmly. I
\ Hi-tu-lptx during. month ___ 878.OB In tun-Hi coupon paid ____...............__ .__.____... 810.00 : of Hrn foixl 1 county.: Plncliiuj I h*>n'liyonlcm |""lot'I.I"( (R hotvhy ilitfiitnuttHl' m. thaiii .
tnn. ..rr.,,'" Inmwd, . .... ._ Borrowed money ______.____._______ __________ 1J.BUO.UO 30824.00 nnkc 1,0.1 to b.. hcM, In the Knllrynohm ; uiH, >r I!In: which thin notre nit nil IM pub
Hillunce, April 1. 1323 ?_.__ 00942 >Utout.0 on 8atur: 'tiiy, May LI. I Hi!:", to .h*- linhcit for I'tttht loitriroutivu W4-t'k: '

lIulldl na Fund I.pnvlnit deficit ____ 00_ __.____.______._____hUh_ 00. ._._____ 87,452.81 rmino whrtlmr or nut St<*ltlll of ....m.IIIlnaI. ,
WE Elm AT TIMES: Hulnncu Mnrch 1. 1112.1 -.----._??_ 5.59 Warrant outstanding December 81. 1922 __,_____-______._______ .. 8".220.83 L'rt, UO 27. 2" and thv Wiwt IOnIC of !I.-... III. In. ,thin 0"",.". thu title la which, In ,nuutiht to ,. --I
ALL Kt'ciilpta during month _________._._ I Twp. A S.. It. ill I K nhnll h.. uronlvd Into a IN. qulctril ntitilnHt. the uhuvu ilnfunduntM.. amL
\ Warranta 'wftiinl. __u ___ ___ Depository balance Decomlxir 81, 1922 .___.____._____........ 872. (O ,Hix-vtHl. tax nchiiol dintrlrt .ml, to sh ct thor. L>Ar1iuulnrly .1."''rIo'I n. follow to-wit I.
Halanca April 1. 1021 ____IIT___I 5.(9Outnlanritng truntct* and Uc 'tBnut.i the miUau to .bit aa.ansami. I-to.I: Half of NoribwMit: CJunrtor; HIU.l) North Ii :
I Ih(> following clipped from nn ex-. lund RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT vtrwt i unrttrr. of NortbcrtAt ijuurt*'r. Hint North'I ,
HHlanco March 1. 192,1 _..._101S.51 hop thn t l'urt.oae, of huldlntr tinlil vtiTtlimtint 11.11 I If of Houhwiit( (,tjttntti of Ni:,>r1hfaijunrlor I
I'un"e.: would indicate that occasion KeculpU durlna month _........ 133.08 FUNDS BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA t ful.nwlnir tminniMrr no. 'atpnlnt.l l t J< !*> nnd l nil of thu flout hwvs.t (Juurt, *'r ofNurthinitt I
"' "r..nl. ,fNHii...1| _._ I I'mlcrhil' ), C, C. Crosby unit W. K KilmontlL. l- 13.INrIcr< lyintr wrwi nf thtt iMilihdroiil j
.,,11\' an editor makes the mistake of Bulnnco April 1 I. 1923 -.---_.?.._...1190.09 DECEMBER: 31 1922 :known HI II,.. Stnrkc* nnd 1 $* ",I<>i>onrnil. i$
i ,tting just what he believes: "Our Dminom, Fund L. w. KiCKi.rrpii. ,I. nil of the mild Ian.tin Iwinur I In. Hcetlon .
Ilnlanco March 1, 19 21 __...._....... iso IT. I). WK.01N3. (;h., < 1"I Towi.Hhip. South (trtiiire V* Knnt., and '
i teemed fellow citizen, Abner Drown ltt. iiils' ijutinit month -. 8rci''tnry./ ... 'I..nlan'l "loitininlrtic 140) acm'.. ....'re or Iran nnd whichInniln ,
also dmrrlbvU Ix m () >. '1 wo.ritrw .
i nro na > nt
will go to the hospital tomorrow toh. I Ualnnco;: .t.A.itt i- ii---,_...... 1.50 "'ASTER'S HIKNotice l-'our nnd l(>lvc. of lort-niu 10 Ca-
.... tunnii aitbdivlMioii. In Iho !North Halof Ht.nUon -
operated on for appondicits. He Wtuona Pi Ion tuiidnnlancu la h.bah'.n thnt under, and byvlittiH I
Mnrch 1. 19J3 _,_.._._ 141.42 \ 17. 'l'owiir.hii,. II Houth. KHUN M KiioattI ,
of hut ecitiun Hint) tiocro.. f forc.cloi.uro -
will leave a wife and two children. Htuuipu dtirilitf month _......... N tnudti and 1 ."I.'tlure". \ Itt 1V 021.by t. contnlnltm 141 nun-n, mui nr Iwm. llmiu'iv (
8Virrnnts 1.,1 ._-__--.........._ N th, llonornbltf. A. V. 1..<.nll. Jiulu of thoCircuit RU" ,in ouch t.t nnld 1,11h..II", fol-
Italnnco April 1 t. 1021 .._.__.. .__ : "Lot lOin Gontnininir, $ I A O soon,
144.42 .410. oJ'A
? Court. (In ami for UrnUCord ('uunly.1"lorlI. \\i":: : !
I Two eonliilim ::4.<> nnd ncftf,
..it Docs) > '
The hot
Quinine Allcct I Agricultural Fund
r ) ... in thnt certain" cnuntt whumtn '' .
'I hrru .. nlal.,.. 21 and! "-IOO norm, Lot Four
Unmix. rf Its tonicnd{. la" t'i'fe.f t I. ,\. llnlnnco March 1. 11)21:' _......_ 118 Hunk of 8t' .rk0. a rornoration. U ,'",*,|. 111"1 .Lmiintiu., 22 norm. Lot Hvti contnlnn. ID anti
T bROMU QUININE! nub..r1) I. .' Kict'lpt dunnir month _._.._ uht, and LKIIK. J\. lMtfClui.tr, C. A. .
i 11 WwriantH ... ..01 _.....___._. 1-um\ ncr.
wltnnut ,. nml 1.0,1.I I).ontcv. are rtndnnui tlto .
nytmr riUifl4 turvoii'.ii \ > \V it bnnd nml! .1 I of andt auiirt;
ittlbead. nf.ua ami
Ualnnce April 1 1923 _.._... 1.15 itnlu and will .,.11!! for my
B.V.GKOVU11i: ? tlrHKnt| will oirr fur this thu IHIh day "tf April A. F'. 1 111 MI.t. I.CI. I.I. I.
April 1. 1923.Prnilfoid t! J ; ;t own to iho hl"hra' and brat hlolI'r., In front t. W. AU'KKMXN'.
County ; of tho roiirlboiMo, door In Starlit. Mrailf r,l
Pli-rk of Circuit Court fur Hrudforil) 1 County
HNANCTAL/ STATWTSNl;: t-r>UNTT SCHOOL SIOID of Florida.I ::; .g ] county MtuliNt on Monday' thu I 7th tiny of lorldn. .
FUNDS h.r'b'rllr/ )/ thnt the tnrcpolnir gtAtcmcnt I 2 Mny A. l>. I 1U2.1. diirinw. iho Ininl 1 lira oF Ity C. A. KNlOlir.D .

of th0 r' ci>ii.'ta and dmbumemi, of the nalu. for tho purpnau of ulicfyln.i. saul flniildfcrco : I I K K NIGI i'r. Dnimty' Clink: .
Jourty Bupcrlntcnifrntflrinill tttntcmpnt funds of Bradford County for the month of ,-i j 8 1 : ., thi. fntltiwlnir. rt-al. onliiti, *, Mltuato, and Hi.licllnr for (:-"I.lulut. .I-. I i-it-H-if t lb
<: eountv nchool, fund fur thv month of March 18Jd la true and correct to tho bent I/Iolt/ I In Hrmlftn-d, ..."n'y.' 1"1..101t.wltl. ,
M.> ,'h. 1823. of knowledge and belief. I! :g !! !: JI! North Hnlf of Soulhw.'Ht' .unrlur of North, --- --- --
my s
Central Rrnonl Fund of Hcctlott Thirty-fivo (3ftI., NOTICK TO IIJ1EItS
I .aI wtvt tttartrr)
1!: .1 .f!' J!
!/ilanc.. March 1, 1928 __nnn lilt28 (SEAL) Clerk Circuit, Court.Urariford I TuwiiHlilu .Six (1(11( I South' ftnntro 'Iwunly-two/ ...h..1 M.I.. will bo tvcHvcff by th* ltnr.nl '
Ri-rHpt durlnir month _____un____ 'VllOWurrantH County.By I j .5 'Ii ((22' KMM. conialnlnu 20 aoroM. mrr or lean.R .iif I Hund 'rruNttxa' of Urnilfoitl County Hmi.lit ..
ixHUixl n__ _. .____ .2 April 1. 1------------------- K7017Klntrlrt Clerk. !I .2:1.1.V.\1: \ -1:1:--.roo- ) 230.00) ) : ltj>(0) :! ..IH:, Rprtiliil' Miuitt-r in Chnncvry. t tttnrkv, I Morhla until 2 ovlortc p. m..
No. 1 2 J 0 1.\12\ K.OO / ) ::1.1.11 I K. KNIflllT.Sohclior Miiy U. 192:1.: and at that Limo I"bllul.urn.
J'i.lO 1 I 6.01( I
____ ___ 287Itrci'ipta or Cotnplninnnt 4- o".dr.rtfareh 1028 ( '
1. 0000 ::3 143.-i9; 40l.61! g.'W.fiK: I &H'ud\: \. 30.U5\ 7i:! :;, ii.1, foritir .
during. month __. n_-.-,. 60 CLERK'S REPORT "\itnuU'v! 700 fi'ttctf ,i"ut.. t" b* ,tlollvnr
Warrants lasurtl f _. __ Stnrko. Kin.. March 1, 102.1I 4 21 2xd./i!$ SI I 20.130; ir>o.oo ? 1n.1I11 II I 'XSTKIl'S -A :R---1' ".1! itbmu the Itrofikfir road bttwiwn I.. A.
/51R I
(Overdraft April I. 1921 ,_ .__._ 1.77 I Report of tm Cli-rH of the Circuit Court I II / 1 I 111 .ROI d.HII I) \ 3"i'11! NotIce U Iiotvby iiiwit that undir and by Wynn, '. and J. W. 1'rvvatt.t I Iti aunt MtiantitlfaUK .
I 1 15.471! 21':1.221: >11 700.14 : I
Dim rid No. t I! In and for Bradford, County Florida on ma<.1 i r 750.141. Y17.87I virtue of that certain. final tKtctvv <>f forv I I the board may ttiroct.llnlnne .
7 tn.flR( I :l1i.1\Jt\ !)0.00) 1 I 10".111)

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-_ !: '_ .---_-.-.- ,..._--- TI fiT -w--,-w---_____ .- _.__na.-aJ--u I '

8 79.01TotuU rloaiii,. nmrlu .,nl entnw-d on Jnnnnry 111. A. runt to fin alt fet I..nl and not thnnIncltnt
1 40.00 1 57ib3
March '
1. 1----------------- |IR.1I2 count of taxes assessed for the year 1022. GO.611
I I 31.611 sI ) In .Ihu"'vr' U'il. anil to
ft4cetpu; durinir month __00._________ 11124 E. W. UAYF.4. \ I 1311.:1.1: :! 411 1111) ) ) 7.tJ() P. 1\U3 by lion. A. V. Lonir. Ju.lwa ot the a U. b
Warrants limucfl iV I lax.u'l: I IiO.401 8O.UI1I 1 :m.llxl 10.01 ? ('Iolt, Court in nntl fur II ral, ford county, Iii mt iilno or .n.r.
J 17 GOHiilunoo Tan CollectorTo .
--- -- I'.il\\ linurd the rliihl to rejoet
April: 1. 1021: : ::::::::-:::::II 880Di.tri.t Bradford County 11 10.M( ; 611.42( 1 70.IHII IJ 1.12 / :. lorlilii., In In. milH.mint.thnt c.>rtMln. DUHH unit .1 w. lit.f*.rein(tfiiechnninnd A'lumltlpoun '0 'I 1 nil IIP bldH. rarrma any

No. .1.zIance County: Propsr : I 41i.11i; ( ::3.3O 225.00 :"IG.IILI Amnmlit' (mMi-limn. am dffcndiinti!, ., tintundt'FNiirni W. R. 1OROOB.

.' March 1, 1923 __00___._____. 12 HK ...b. 1, to tml duo .____--_1"__._-______0781.02 ;:i 210.SU( I I tJ.1O 1 ) 121.11tlllJ.771(/ I *'! will itftr for anltt hint will I pall ( A. 1'1'I'CI. Chairman Pro Tom." .
< iwupil Bit 40 q I IW'XI:! ; 8 10.00 51."t 11) > li4j,1! 10.01( : '. courthouHu door In Blur do, Ilrn llalanco April: 1. 192-:' :::::::::.:::::. 97.17 March. 1. ti. hat! due __..,___. ._ .. _. 9tt41.87 fa 21.112 //ifa.a:::: (I1I.tllI\; \ 8:.. iii ,)flliltI /. Horldii on Monday the 1th day of Mny' No'rI'1 TO (-ITIZKNf
DIstrIct No. I Fin. and Forfeiture l I 7 I 20.( )1 ';II.UII 4;.,. /:1)) 1 1.1) I A. n. I((123' durlnir. tht* "'\Inl Iioum ..t an In, Not Ira I. liaruty it t von to thu altlMna nfriHlford '

llalnnrs: March 1. 1021 ..?_.--- H OHItwIntH Kib 1. to bnl dim __.________________. 97808 I 5.2.: ) 165.OOj7M5 .,._.,, '-_t.i7.31 ---W.IIO: -- r"1' for I Iho; |:MirHMi| :of 'BMtlrtfylntf; silt flniil dtKirwiI mmn.y, I lorldn, thnt wi. thn iinilir. ) 4'
ilurln$ ;month :::::----..... 1482 1.unt/ ciilUwtutl ___.__.unUn 13.91 lj,47j'j4O3,78l 10I35.11; -r251f. 1 1C70.UUI\ J.U.i4UI\ J iBtt7.03:; : ;j I Ins: following ,ilvurrllii: oral vaUM I In llrudTho .. will Intrfidtiat. a hill In tha 11.21 *..
Warrant tsmiiHl. __00_ __________.__. r..1 c."n'' .. P'I..I.I. to-wit I I" <, tIn irlHlultir of I tho a tat* of FlorH _
Knlanc April 1. 10JS _____n___.____. 28.07> March I I. to bal duo ...._______.._.:: 6W RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF SCHOOL BOND INTER. North Half fundlnr. of all outiiiiditihr -
District No. i County Kosd and Hrlda of thu Nor) hf-ua
Hulancv March I, nut: ____nu____.. 27013Ki ".b. 1. to hal flu* __________________._7H24.77 EST AND SINKING Irt i.itlt.d by ouUlandinic, notva and llm. 5 '
>fM>fi... durIng. month ___._______.__ 1.47 JIamt/ oollectod ___._______________ 111.83 ,,tdt|> rlv ( HI I Houlh. I I lUif r) ,,arranla, of the boa rl' of imblln hint ruction
Warrant iHKiu><1 _____________._______ ,BnHnlanc DECEMIIKR: :31 1922 Kiutt, contnlnlntc. live (fli nrnw. m.>i*> nr I.,... .,' llrmlford rounty, Morhln. flop: thu I pro* a
April 1. In23 __ ____Mo _______ 27UIU( Mnrch 1, to bill due __________.. :7713.45 I). K. ENIlJL'f.fitualtil ,."tin, fioi'lion of Union ro,,,,ly.: Moihla 1 of naldlitht4)dniwa
Dialrlct No. S Kond l)..nd Tl -- -- Mo..t. r in Chunmry. ,iii" doductod\ thw.r., and. wltlnh, t,,

Hiilattcv. Mnrch 1. ll 2J n__________.: SBflfl F.b. I. to bal duo ______________--__85211.82hr A. fl. crticws. '",liO>tdiiiiH of Mrndford t",nnty. aU( >r dit*
Hicrlpt durlnir month ___________... 801 amt collected __________..___..... BOO.04 Solicitor.. for Compln'iinnt' 4flr.tBtNOTICK .1,'ii tin if Union: county {Hirlon Ihrntfrom I '
Wnrtant Is.iicd .______..___________. Tn T- III.l:riMlrnnl th* sum of lld.uuo, ttlvlntr thard
Kulanop April 1. 1923 ________________ 92.46 >... T County School .... ..d hiibt. will, hit "*, .'lv..1 l.y' I Ins Ilnnrflof .-.,: Kiorldn., authority to I latttm and all

Ualnnco March 1. 1U21 u _____u._ 08 fill ( Ffb I. h. hal duo. ____u.l0nAJ.MJly f "un.1 l '1'...." Hott'lnta. durIng month _u__________. .13 unit colluctod 278.80March .... *t th-t nina' of tho Hifirvtnry. ..f lbs I ,'Ii I,r nicKr, rttt. aum of anld .. ... whloHmlri
Warranta tamii> llalnnc ________ 0(1.21( May 1UV.1I, s..l Mt Hint, tuna, pit- Ic,boost PPI nnnuin. I".bl" artnl-annualty.
April 1. 1----------
District No. Sllulnnca |I 1, to bal County duo -Poll .-11)283.66) ; : r. :: ..! -. f: 12 -: i'jy..r; opt* .Jn for:: cAst rurtl\tin, or :hnpruvtnir : ii..nl to l'.* iMutHl, In urn ,. 0' not m... loin
; .
March 1. 1U2H _____ _______ 8.09 .00I a' .2 : I tho foiu.wlnu rnMtUi or .*-*!.tI"nlit,im* thoiinHnd dollnra each, the 179it n bnl 6H7 3 .
KHCt.int dnrlnfr. month ___ _________ ..flOWllr"o. F'b. 1. to nie n.>n ill In Brad tool county I ..I I 1 saIl! biindi* to I,. ma.l" dut. and fayiiMn on
.. iiwiiril ___________u________._ 2 SOtialnnco / I 11)uml/ collortxd -.--12.00 :i I! I Iha.1 1 No. 1. Mrutrkfr. to Ftnt' Aid 11<*..,1 Nu. II I,:ia first day nf Auumtt I.A.\\'. ,I). H2-l: and: ona
I td'j nirlh 13.3 mil*. in rim of so d I honda, to ,, anil pnynhta oni
April J. 1112S ______________ 6.711 -.1 r :!r ApproxlniHte
District No. IHulnnco i Mnrch I I. to bal duo 4S.OOl :!r :: Thi. total .i im n tit .. of Din ,1-omn. on which tl I.i flint day of Aui/unt of rnuh and) ovary

Marfth _.__________.. ..lItIt.I.,1o l 11..b Total Sub School' 1I ;! .a E ... oil g. to rntpoMuU *re d...lrt><| are piXiMlmuli'ly mi at* th..tlo. until nil sail IndfthltrdilcMa.a
ItM'i I 1. to bal due __-_-5447.82 ; .!! .. 001 1:3 \ '" = follow.: :: I r.:;. bran ami MHtlall.il. whlun, bonds
durlnir month ....._____... J.88 rul1'11,1
Warrant .faiunl ___ .___._____.___. 1"/ ami collected -.-.___.- 80.30 rn !i ii! i rinnrtntr .n,l ,ttrtil.litntr. 22 '11 ncre. a''>,: u ho: on all ta..ablo prnixirty:: I In
n *
Balanc April 1. 192 ______________. 1.38 MniVh, : I I. to bal duo. _______________8367.63 I ,: "'r\I .. '.". 0 .1 "; I Kxrnvntlon.Kitntl: niHchirto tH.OIu irrHilInK) ..... y.la.700 l ) Ktntlonii. M''0 till of ItraIforl tho ifvntrral county.school Morldn.funda I I and of to laid i.e IIrob.nl pnidit .

DUtrirt No. 10 Hun bthuul Honda 11 I = 3I r.. | rloridt, bi rniHvil l Iy
: il ft. > < emirtty la.aU.n
II 14 Inch >". 400 Un
| | .
Knlnncti _________ _. MHHcci'lnu
March 1. 1D21 00. Fib. 1. to bal iluo ... 027.. 8 JZ""I" 0 ., ,I. by .i. propi'rfyivmof
1 af .jr
; ;: 24 Inch |>"><*. IJO hn. ft. ic year al I..bl.
durlnir month __._.______ 0.71Warrnru Sty amt collected ._-..-.-_. B 1.9.1 }j t .1 I! -8 t': Hlrlldur 81,000 ft. board m nur<'. ti n,nd rotiulrlnir, tli bourd of tmli-,
.. __ I
,. '
.1 u n ? l. H (nniriii'tton of saIl Iirndfrml aotiuly.
llalano April 1. 1023 __________.___ 8301 I!I March I. to bal due -8872.73Outstanding J i I j I j ; J ] Mix Dny mix' .nirfno.niT, and. .hni mnlvrtnl.fnc nnnd-eliiy 8,01111.' iiirfiui ru, y.*<*. 2fl.. I I't n, t.. net a*MIT n Hufflulent, I portion of .'Io..

Rnlnnco March riiitnrt 1. 1021 No.____II_________. 834 1 t2' I .'.b. 1. to bal dun -Inilfbtedne---.-Fund 4890.4S I a I 7.6)1; kfi72.t7 al.li 7.i nHo.7 \ 7 --4211-: $ 1.0: O.fIIf) ). 8.11J.C,1! ', iTo 000( 1'I.'i| to "0.., d..n. In nuflnrdnnc will i I:"hftol iii.r tit fundn and prlncliml thureof. iach,'aoh.r sear/ .t the pay .said am.

RfCiiipl dunmr' month. __00____-__-__ S". 11).nll/ .I1""tod t __.-._ B. tMnrch I II 25 I 3237.3r,11l.0uo.-1 I 8N5J411& \ l11.ooo.i..27j.22J) tin filnnn and .nutrurtlorm, K,'nnrnl provlaI..'cumn duo, "...1 imyahlti.B .
Warrant Iwueil ____________._____ oM ZCin.Ol-- : ,..,,, .,,. nndpropiwul H MATT.IKWS.;
1I75.)1132.JIa'trM; I.OnO.II jJ 7Ga: limn. npimlnl ,1.1. mipalOrnilniti. *
llnlnnce April I. 1923 __. -___ _00__--_ 1.16.55Dlxtrlrt : I I. to bal, duo ..------n--n --4H20.90 ().() 1.fOI.1'7JOI) ) I !) : I ) 1 1 II1! 1. 1 nrtt| eontrnrt" of Hrmlford, county.Kkjch l IJ. K. KNWI'. ::1.J-ut-2

No. 17Ilalunr O.. W. ALr>EItM-\N. ,I ASSETS AND LIABILITIES : hid tnurtt t>.i ,ioc.irnpiiIuliv, a aurtt-
March 1. 1923 ___._______.__ 82 *, durinir month 7.22Wnrrao I By C. A. KNIGH'r.I *> ptivnltttf to C. A. ..I..h. *nar,tary Iloflnlof Llradford
thv Court fur County.
(Seal, *
IMII.I! ___::::::::_:::: Aaseta (1..1
-- Deputy. Clerk.: I Moml TruHtf thi I '.
llalancn April 1. 1BS.1 _____ .___ _u__ 227.B:I Htnount b it HA vMnr of urond fnlih aol, .I"rhl.. William .
Dl.tricl' No. 13 School Fund lIl1rante. that If mwr MM a (:
Palanco March I. IMS: --:.--._____.- IUD!I I Q U; General bidder will <.ac'ctt. tint contract nnd irlv .nl.h..unl.'.
I.wriy.'s durlnir: month -- .. CASKETS Hatane. cash In t1 panllnrir, ___ RU.OOUn.olle.t..d ( tMind, an rfl iufre..l.Th l. 'I'I 8 ti.t I lorldn nnd ant Imml ra-
Wftrrnnt Uiined ----._..::::::::..:.. COFFINS & tan. currant yrar .- -_ __ ___ _.. .... 19.001.7 rltfht in r"" c'rvi to ifjfCt any or ill lion Com puny. a Corporation.You .
Bnlanc April 1. 1923 ___.____________ 14.31 I Ut Inn County ...."I.n.. of I lnIhtodniaa. __ .--_ ___.. 85.661.06 I hid-I ,,
District No 11 And a Full Una or I'll\n. .ml 1I..llIe.U"nl\." b", ."' '.. at th<* Ijufnd.snls.
tlajanoo' Mnrrh I. lttL'1 __ _____.__u__ 2ft l I'Kifvlnis 'I I. .ir.c. of tlm G."nl.n.'n.' ...,, nn\\ 0"1'1. nftba 'r,. the h.I.. drvl.yea. grautweanI
dilrlnK month ______________ I Undfrlakftt' Supptiat Special Jax Districts nptelflBfitlitnii nmy. ba oliinlrivd from thcritjiry a .'IannI.u..k"ow.I .,f, .n.l undo, Agiaat, I
'.><| .. ._- --- .._. rif th. tmAfd at 2.M<> p, r enwC4iuiy q 1. Who.'t'r.: : ,l.ru.et: ''1 II. I lri.ts: !.isnd a,,'!
Kulanc 'A.j1' I. 192S: ::::...=:::----- 25.81 r PalnnP cash In ilvlltwlt..rynncolloetcd ___... _:__ __. __ .u ..;! 1.0"7.01 of iho plnriH may ho olifnlnttd. from Ii rntotuatlin ( .tnpnny, 'orp..ration' .1.Iiv'V .
District No. IS rl AUTOMOBILE HEARSE tan*. Including current year _u___ __M< ____ _____ II.S"t: the ivenrtnry of th. tionrd at '3"" ..ur I h Alran.iur;i M'Ksy. (1 Irlrlv : a.L: th.elIunc. .
Ral..nr.f..h] I. nnja' ___.__u__ ._- 87.7 l Th. but lalanr. deuih In dIstrIct bond fund _. _._ __ 11,1144.70 W. K.: TO MO DI6. t,, ot whom arc. .k" wn. d.r.n.llnta. '
Rocvlpt* rturlnir month -,_____.__n__ .01'I Always un hanif. INr. UnoollvcUd (sara* currant yrar __ .--. ___ -.- ___.___ 4.011.U C. A. FUTCIt. Chturmnn: I'ru TmNflTlCR GeeUns. I ". I
Wr-rant ISMIHaianc ,-,! ___._________.___---. ._-. ac the lawmt price Speoaj Socratary.. t.85t-5. I You and man of you are hanky rvnulr.. i, ,,

April 1. 182S ..___u________ HMI'l.iri.t L attention to telegraph or. Total __ __ _. u___-_._______ _________. .._ T>>.D 0.tl -.- I b. and to .,.p. up brfor tha Judua of the
N... 1* I 'in., t O.urt r.. tha Judtolul
Ralanc March 1. 1021 _.___.___-_-_ ".11: ar*. Krgi$tr'r.d <>r.DeWlff Liabilities In- 'fi f' f", In and 1IIh'h County Clr..t on
R,... ___... l! NotIce I. hfnihy itlvvn niln mtina 1.11. .
nlnis' durlnii. month ____.__ 0,3 towrll. 1" .tf Muy. Ifl23 nt this ..fiirthruiitai 4
Warrant IMUCI ..__,.__....________ 711.0'Ovordralt ''>. General School Fund tarrillini In 11 In. aglat. of Wllla" C.fl' HMd., I Itnttt >Ii,i.raid county.' In BtarV.'. KlnrUld aniwyhtU
late of IIra.lfrl County .
April 1. 1923 __________ _, Sl.B:L .
00 C."JONESSTARKE hOara of rumr'latnt' qchll.lte.I niiainnt, you' In
PUtrirt N.. 17 Warrant ouUtandlnff for currant ..pe_ ____ __._________ ___ 54$4 I Ill I. Florvne I K.IP :,' Wlluiim. vaanllnn, C of I'owall: Si.M, court ny :t 1C. William

Ilalnnc March \. 1921 ..___.:_______ I 1.4,'I r '.. FLA TIme Warrant outstanding1 __.____..__._00_ ._ __ _.._..._ 29000.00 ,ttli.Jr.. will Pfnrrnci nn lh.. 3 i-. day.of May/. A. D. 1U23. i int '1',* linuJtVird (:Uwoty T..I..rajh.) a wvtkty
____ 8.11 iI
Kipu during month ., __._ In
? < o'elorV In tin I Inn, MUptir 1 to (ha 1 fl 'WH"IInbll.h..1 1..drnr.l
1 ) i
Warrant iMUpr _________..ft.Barutie .-. : ImiU1rn1DC.l Special Tax District Funds Ifunoinhla K. A. Or.n. county, jitd/a| of f''".ill y. r lurid'... la hereby -itroaifd t >
April 1. 192.1 ...?.?_.?--- 18.01 KmtfPltJU"I( Ilrn.|ford County. .fltiridH, Mt (ha rnurthoua, TIn '.rtvm,'aimi, In whlth. tide nntuw oh.l uw pub

Warrant outstanding ./ .. ._ ___... .?____.. ___ ._". ,,"U ____'__ 1.14..AO Mtark far an nrrfrr to saIl at r>rlv.t.y or Vpubt ,tlifd for cturUt, .
---::. Roncl outetandln. _. -_ -....___ _. ..._ ..__. __ __ ._____ :_.__..___ *1.000.00Warrant. e pat, all that .h.h. til.. and Inurirukof 'Jhn land ifiM in't'hc 1-HI of romnlalne
'* outstanillntf boflti fund No. I ______.________ II'I.JlO Mnrthn 11 1 | WIlliam C. I IPuwell. Ii I l tbll.t.. the.10 to whlrl 1 utht tot
Jr., : of I'.I.a Wllllnm I 11. a I n. a". ..(.
GENERAL INSURANCE Total _. -_ .. __.._______ .. ....h. _. _._ IIO.IM1.72School C. ,F'o'"h.w tn lbs f.llo.lnl t I"* ijtw rfbrd folio N. Iw-wlti
I'nwoll | altuattfti. Northeast < tir1i r of the & 'I.waat Qtiar
VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY furl : ..r t : lrd'i I IOn ,'r, Section Jt. Townnhln 4 Smith '
& RITCHFIRE. ( .torn .r : 5iIjpII.11.' 100 dip i I as). Alan a trinnnrulnr I portion: 'air *
INMAN General ham I all: :: ntln uml eruda ,' Vturiwiitline. ,<..t Quarter nf $,,,heist (|uart' !'!
4 mul.in.l h'.rur. 4 .aI.U. H,irctif>n. Itjwrmhin, arnl ranu.. ')//In. of
AUTOMOBILE house and lot* -__________..___ .. h .. _ 1.00000 I And l h.rnrs.. I Fonl oom/nln-I t h. Htarttf. nnd tawh y pulillc and cnn.amine .
LIFE, BONDS, Prhonl furniture .. .____. _._.. ______ .._____ 1'11II000 oar w..o." an l 'tltiiioa, at) UIM .trak.K''.I... and ,It 5 and l-t a..*. n,.r. .o It-***. nKircrthtularly
Office 14 !School! *""..* '.. u _. .i---------------------------------- 2.01> n0th nil ." nnnn'9tftl with th. na.a| stores |,. dfarnnad em tMufnnlntf at cm-
Located in building of E. A. Slront Farm Agency. open ,', achnol property .. ____h_________ .__u ___u__ 2.000.00 plnac. of Powtll soil I'ow-ill at *ptarit Flor.| t."r of aaul road on North Hn* of .1.1( dt..
Day. lila: : c rtutn mnrtuntra vtven by 1C T, Brock :, a irtlw-d quarter. Ih.nc run W at A4H ret ,

Hours Every / Total .. __ .._______ __ .._ __u____ ..__._ 74,000.00 Inicton an'i wife to I*"w.ll soil' rcjwwll. r...1.1.1 I'I the Northwimt corner of nald Northww
l In mortHHtrfr t oote "Y* .t pay. 4tfl pub. I jftrtfir of fBimthrant qu.rr. than. South
STARKE FLORIDAH -- --- rweordn) of ilrndfoifl county. > tor Id. two j'17 foot to cntr uf l .... th .n.. on a
morttintcra One tvlvcn by W. Snail < ,rrtlKht line to point of hnlnnlnir. Also,
Cold. Cause drip anti rnnucnzaAXVT1V3 NOTICE!: TO "moER' \.1: wlf, nntl nn. elvan by Kllxa :: Sno.t I t xKinnina1 at the Houthwmt gurney of Southsat -
Tn. T..wloun..." of tIm Town tit It,....* \; ( Powvll anil POW.-II. r-tnnU l !In "X" | (Ounrtt of South-ft*I Quartvr T".n.hl"In.J
I ; B3OMQ OUNINE TifcleUnmnv* Florid. will receIve ...'.of bul. op tn tiOlt : j'.r. ft47. and Knob N->. 4. Vnir-- pub s Kanir thncn run SIsal on Section UnJ .
HAROLD3HJMEPridnt Wra. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON. .1'. 1.'W. Tber. I* only one "-* **.. "uti r- p. m. on the nth rlay of My. A. D. 1921. and : rarordJi of HrmHford! rA'lnt//. rlortda' : ," 7;" / 'o..t thane. North 610 fret th.nc. FJuitt
Vlo.Prold.nt 5... A T.... '7 W" ". '. h'-.. na' .t hat lima the bids will ba op. .Md. for on, \ tMt front the I'owoll-Bmlth TomnnnT .1" ',I, thocNorth 34 d"r Kant to tIle
W of
r"o-son| Tretor.Th i !l'.w.ll and Powell.| '.d In No. 1 lorth line of sold 8< *.. Quarur
"" Poultry Connoll rstwrvf* the rlo.ht0 r.Sft any mlatmllnnMMM, on r .f* ; ..IIOI. Roy I M I"'".th..t Quarter. ltl Best Fertilizer Insecticides :Sprayers f Cured nr all bid. | Habitual :
Comtlpation T. J. ORIFFIN. r : I.N' S. MiMtallanM, "p'I < on Wvat lIne of .10 qu'ter point st
Honest Good Fair Prices In 14 toll Day C. A. FtJTCn. Chairman Town CcneII.Olork. 884 1,7+- :: J.hnion and i ito ."f t>wtnnlnir..
Supplies Illar w11' -
-LAX-FOS wmi PEPSIN Ia a Bpeclauprepared /- 4-II- t-IJ.. .... -or4d in Hook No I Wi. my hand and iral nf sail court
H. Msellan.ous., ) Inc. Mtf Uu 'ram the I day of March.' A.iJ8u.171i'rk : .
,Prompt Shipment SyrupTonioLaxarlve for Hablt.uaConstipation. rIlTITlO" How.ll-Hmitr., Co., to rowel! an r** l.. W.: \

I ( It relieve promptly "but W. th* anoVfulimsd t ipayr* petItion yonihonorbl .nl.d In Ho.1 No. 4. -P. l'an !;:! of Circuit Court for Bradford County.

Ask your n.iahbor-H. know. thoulct be taken rettularly for 14 to 21 day board to ...a' v. an election tAl a88 ; .. C. I. l.ek aol I P.well raHd"- By C. A. KNIflllT.I I '
... .. .htrrvlnrtMicrlbMl rMirfttMl Book No. 6. Miss Pair 418* lInjair
action., ItStimu'at.jrj.itofiUlatea. .m..n. whMhvr not the> territory >, Clark.
"Gel lal... prite list before ...,ina. o Induce regular < shall b* ..r**< i into a ._ll las from O. fj. Brown and wife to PowatlB. .1..1 .
toTaki iuxjer KNIGHT,
Very Pleasant 'owati ant Paw
I .*""' .. tlUtrlsjt. C a nova and hnnband to m-ft-m'M-
Fertilizer Co iacksoDvilIe FU &*<<411.. Th Umtorr ......rfbetI.a. 'follows .II. rMortl In Bouk No B. MIsoeIIanao.| 1 Iki1.f..; Complainant.
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h j BROOKER --'!Ito her home Saturday. Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown were! W. M. Harrell and wife were in I' Sunday with Miss Ruby Dyal. Owen Marr, of Minis, visited relatives
Ip! Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bugg, Mrs. Wm guests of friends at Graham Sunday.. Worthington Sunday. j The farmers here are busy shipping here Sunday.
.; Brooker, April 20.-M. P. Matheny Jones and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Rowe Dave and Fred Green, of Pine Hill, A surprise! party was given in honor -:' beans. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Miss Elizabeth
t4 apd son, Eury, were visitors over to motored to Alachua and High Springs were visitors here Sunday. of Malcolm Harrell and sister, Geneva Autumn Youngblood, of Waldo at- Wimberly were shopping In
t Gainesville Tuesday afternoon. this week. Misses Mana Andrews and Iva Col- ,' at the home of their parents: tended church here Sunday. Jacksonville Tuesday.
L. A. Brown and son, Artford Mr. Hardee, who is in the employof son, of Brooker, were in this section Saturday night. Those attending were Hiram Jones, of Sampson, was a Miss Mary Johns, of Lawtey, :h
spent last Tuesday afternoon at the the S. A. L. railroad has movedhis Saturday. .; ..tr Misses Lucile Harrell, Jewel Conner-1 I visitor here Sunday. spending some time with Mrs. Ge
r G county seat. family here from Jacksonville. J. W. Pinholster, of Pine Hill, wasa ly Blanche Andreu, Geneva Harrell,1: Wilkinson.J. .
i :Mrs. 17. A. Weeks and children, ami, They are occupying the Miller cot- business visitor here Friday morn- Messrs. Ray and Harley Andreu, Roswell -, HIGHLAND R. Tidwell of Roanoke, Ala., ,a
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,. \ .... Marguerite Shriver spent last Wed- tage near the school. ing.Miss Ward. N. G. Hayes, Vern Rogers spending a few ,weeks hare the guest
nesday in Starke. Our farmers are shipping their ;J Jewel Wiggins who is attending -j' Malcolm Harrell. I Highland April 20.-G. H. ,Barker of H. C. Wimberly and family.
;, Rev. Proctor of Lake Butler filled products to bUr j school at Clayno, spent the week and J. L. Johnson left Saturday for Clayton and BrowarS Strickland, of
his appointment here Sunday. J. F. Abernathy, of Graham was': end at*New River with homefolks. j I GRAHAM i Jacksonville where they will visit relatives Kingsley lake, spent Sunday here the
4 I Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and transacting business here this week. I I', .. A. Brown has received a letter| April'2 1! for a few days. guests of friends.
I .. son, Paul, and Blanche Crews were Mrs. M. L. Maynard, of Alachna] from his son, F. E. Brown, stating Graham, .-Irving Dyal Dr. G. W. Brown of Lawtey, was
of her daughter, Mrs. i that he has been transferred to New I! was a business visitor to the county 5 children down
j visitors to Lake Butler Sunday. is the guest | a professional visitor here several Thousands of to the
i, I i ... G. W.JIaien was trammeling business ,, W. B. Alexander.! I York City where he will take an ad- )', seat Messrs.Tuesday. E.J.'Mur-j j' days of last week. age. of eight or nine are employed in
at Waldo Friday. H. B. Wiggins and family, of Starke I j vanced course In wireless for about' Geiger Barry, Rev. J. A. Conway, of Green Cove the cotton'mills of Shanghai, China.
i Iva Cason, of Pine Hill is here visiting attended preaching services here last I tour months. He then expects to be I' rhee and Ezra Swearingen spent* ]lastWednesday !', Springs, held regular services at the Little girls stand between double row
?; t i I at the home of her uncle, G. B. Sunday evening. i| transferred to Boston Mass, for In Hampton. Baptist church Saturday and Sunday.G. of whizzing, unguarded machinery,
of Hawthorne,
Charley McKinney,
Prof. Duval who is attending the permanent duty. H.' feedi the
i;.; \ Colson. i was a visitor here Thursday. Barker returned Monday from I steadily but wearily ng ma.
b' 1! : Gainesville University spent Satur- Jacksonville. chines.
Mr. and Mrs. John Shriver are O. W. "
Dyal spent Friday in Waldo
day and Sunday with friends here.Mrs.
'/' spending this week in Starke. i I BRADFORD'I attending to business. ,
\ H. D. May, of Alachua county
t1 I iS J. II. Reynolds, of Graham was' was the guest of her parents, Mr. Frank Warren attended the,party When in Doubt SHIP One of ,These
I transacting business here Friday. and,!Mrs. T. M. Hagan, last Monday. Bradford April 20.-Misses Lu- ,at the home of his brother, Harvey.Mr. to
.. Reddish Andreu of New River cile Harrell and Jewel Connerly were I and Mrs. C. B. Roberts motor
of Starke, was
Sheriff ,
Epperson guests of Mr.'and Mrs. L. L. Cook ed to Waldo Sunday. I J
with' town attending to professional business in Saturday. I Misses Rhoda and Alvah Thomas I Three HousesH.

7 S. V. Andreu spent last Wednesday j Tuesday. Malcolm Harrell and sister Miss and Avy Starling, of Ziff, spent Sun- <
l'1 transacting business in Palatka. j : Geneva, who are attending school at day with friends here. 1
i Opal linen spent the week-end at'I I' WATERMILL : Gainesville, were week-end guests of Messrs. Raymond Brown, R. Smith '' G. Miles & Co., New York
LaCrosse the truest of Wilma Surren- I their 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. and Charlie McKinney, 'of- Long
I ar 1 fcy. | Watermill, April 20.-Mrs. Alice Harrell. Branch were,visitors here Sunday. Berry & Brandt, Philadelphia
'. J. W. i.. Pinholster and sister, Mrs Thomas and children of Graham were Harley Andreu was in Brooker on Messrs. Jesse Ogden and Lefric W. H. Harrison & Co., Washington, D. C.
,,4, R. J,,Oliver, of Pine Hill attended visiting relatives here Sunday.D. Saturday.I. Johns spent Sunday afternoon at
t dt, services here Sunday. Carter and sister Miss Laura, W. Pinholster and C. M., Andreu Worthington Springs. : They all handle Fruits and Ve get able*t
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and were transacting busines sin Starke were visitors to Midway Sunday. Rev. Dock Crews, of Long Bridge I
R. T. Osteen spent Sunday afternoon Saturday. Leroy. Dennison, of Midway, was filled his regular appointment here '
f'' at Graham. Mrs. J. f. Turner was shopping in a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday.
f Mr. 'and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson and I Alachua last week. S. C. Andreu during the week-end. Misses Atha and Opal Lewis spent See R. B. ALVAREZ for Market

{ Virginia Weeks of Gainesville, spent .
Sunday here at the home of R. A. --

Rev. Parker, of Georgia, will fill his ..
regular appointment here Saturday
and Sunday. '

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e A surprise tacky party was given ( .
!, : r: Saturday night at the home of J. C. ,. .
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X Cone. Quite a crowd was present and ., .
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all report a fine time. ,
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S i p Mrs. R. T. Osteen, who spent the -t; a
1 past week in Plant City, returned to "
I' I I her home Monday. I .
f ,. s I S.'A. Jones Is sounding thin T eektransacting ANNoUNCEMENT "
I business In Atlanta. :
t"" H. A. Bishop, manager of the .
i Starke Telephone Co was transacting -
i !;' business here last week. "

A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville, was a )/ interest to :
visitor here Monday. :::1: :::: '

8 p Mrs. W. M. Holloway, of Waldo is '

: ,here Emily on Abbott.a visit with her mother, Mrs. ; MILLIONS of FAMILIES ; i"' ; ,

Sheriff .Epperson and Bais-
Deputy ..
k' den, of Starke, were transacting business .5 /- )

S ; :" here Monday. "./ will build for the multitude" '
;i w rN Mr. and !Mrs. A. E. McKinney and a car .
a j son spent Tuesday with relatives at ,
j Louise. Said Henry Ford in 1903--Read how the fulfillment I .

I W. T. Weeks of Starke, is here of that prophecy is now made possible through the
P Rsr visiting his son, R. A. Weeks, for a
.i '; few days.
t / I. W. Pinholster and W. Crews were '

t} visitors to Worthington Sunday at. .
1' ternoon.
)t, M. P. !Matheny was transacting bus
Iness in Gainesville Friday.
,Ii I f.. II. R.' Brown spent last Wednesday
} "J'; transacting business in Gainesville. '

Messrs. Willie Forsyth, Wilson .
1 tc1!, Russ, Carroll and,' Casey Atkinson
*!:I, Ellery Thomas and Royce Gainey For it has been Henry Ford's
' ,./1: spent Sunday with friends at Gra f many years Under the terms of this plan you can select

'jf'1(; I personal ambition to make'the Ford the
t J.1', ham.Fred Hazen, of Starke, spent Sunday your Ford Car, set aside a small amount'

f1 here with homefolks. ,', universal family car---to it within the week'and
+ I I G. M. Beville'' spent the week-end -. ,put each you will be surprised how

d l transacting business !in Jacksonville. reach of the millions of people who have will
S S soon own it. In the meantime
1' fit'I,"I Quite a few hampers of beans and you
A r, Irish potatoes are being shipped from ,- never been privileged to enjoy the benefits, will be' safely deposited
J' here. L R. Gainey was the first to your money to

i q.S..o\\ do. Mrs any shipping C. J. Crews this of season.Bradford was of motor car ownership. your credit in one of the local banks where .

t,; here shopping one afternoon of last it will draw interest.
},' ', .B. Y, P. U. program for Sunday; During the past fifteen years over 7,500- .

..f.J/' two.evening Owing will be'to carried church out services by group the; 000_.Ford cars have been placed in the Think it over. Five dollars will start an ac-

);,1'I program Baptist will church be given[at 7:30.:at the FreeWill hands of retail customers---more than a count. The whole family can participate

'S ,]irlf';. R. A. Weeks, our naval stores operator million and half of them within the in it father mother brothers
'.' spent a few days of last week I a past -- and sisters
,,6 11 transacting business in Jacksonville. .
.Ift twelve months---and yet there are, still mil- each doing a little.

> HAMPTON lions of families who are. hopefully looking -

h. 0 Hampton, April 20.-Evangelistic forward to the day when Why not start today. Stop in and talk it
;! services will start at the Methodist they can own a "
- < church April 29th, and continue until Ford. over with your local ford dealer. He will
.rs May 6th, Rev. Bell, of Palatka,
,I ,J I conducting the services.D. I I be glad to f fully explain the details of the .

I D. W Moore, of Theressa, was a
h 1'' business visitor here this. week. _t And now the way is open. play and help you get started toward the
:\ ,;. ., Mrs. W. 1., Bugg has' returned to ,' '
her home after a visit with her son. ._ ownership of a Ford car. .
t;,J' '.1' D. L. Bugg, of Plant City.Rer. ,i; .
': r Jones, of Lake City, filled his '
appointment at the Baptist church on

Y' 4 I ..P.Sunday.E. .Griffin,,of Webster is visitIng ;1 Ford Motor '

ti friends and relatives here Ibis Company
week. ,
H -" Mr. Broxton, of Hawthorn was a ,{ DETROIT, MICH. ...... '
k business visitor here this week. '. '-, ...., .,..,.,.... .,. 0 (
t Mrs O. Haynes has returned' to ,' '-... or ,- '" \; .' '
1 t her home after a visit with her son, :. S44:: ,.:! ....!;).tJ i !-,, '. ". J. W. ANDREWS Jr. ,, r 5i't i;',.. .
B. Haynes, of Winter Haven. j '" ', ,,- ,-> ,"t 1
Miss Annie May Pearce was .: visItor -. .. -/J ;If r .. ,. '.
1 to Waldo this week. Authorized 3J&E& Dealer .. .1 .= .
Miss Mabel Seals, of Jacksonville, ,
who has been visiting: here, returned ,

tl PlIes Curea in ft to 14 Day The Bank of Starke is acting as a depositor for payments made in connection with Ford Weekly Purchase.plan
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