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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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STARKE. FLORID\.FK1D\Y. MARCHES, 192".c" NUMBER: FORTY
VOLUME FORTY-FIVE

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I "MRS. AND! MR.\ POLLY
STARKE BOY RETURNS TICli K" THIS EVENINGFor : SEABOARD
OTERS DO NOT FROM: SERVICE IN NAVY Our Army Airmen Sailing 'Rouriu tac \ .&a." -

I the benefit of tho building fund
Ray Collcy", son of Mr. and Mrs, J. of the Woman's Club, "Mrs.: and Mr. CROSSINGS
HAVE TO REGISTER
J. Colley returned home last Thurs L 1 Polly Tickk" will be given this even-

day after four years and eight ing (Friday) at 8:30 in tho 'club UNDER FIRE

house auditorium.
AGAIN months spent in the navy during, I
of a
e I The play iti under the direction -
which time he has traveled to al I Mma Emmie Harris of Atlanta, Ga.

parts of the globe on Uncle Sam': I 'anti Jlrs.I E. M. Johns and her committee : Council Declines to Accept
y.
wa Requiring Biennial Registration ftghing ships. I 114 P-._. I of finance have tho entertainment Type of Material Used

" Not ApplicableTo He enlisted in July, 1010 at Norfolk I I in charge.Admission .

This County Va., and since that date has: I 25::>>, 60 and 75 cents. Tho question of what kind of-
!
visited homefolks only twice in 191! Rl'scr\lctlseats are on sale at Turner'sdrug
and 1920. During' 1920 he was : A ,, i! e a rK f store. Begins. promptly( at material] the Seaboard shall pave the

There exists a misunderstandingamong stationed in Washington on board wight-thirty. crossings on Ninth and Call streets

u the voters of the county, re- the Mayflower part of the time and : 5t t! .r a, ,Hq NIrANeP Pack up your troubles and store Is al/l\ln'thl: question nt lnnuii between

arding registration in this countyto in the navy yard. In July, 1921 he : 1 them away the Seaboard railway and the city

vote in the coming elections. II was transferred to Philadelphia of and tfe i" The Polly Tickk family are withus council.At .
was a member of the crew
today.
it is not timbers were Uij']
you are already registered U. S. S. Isabel which before being i below is the cast of characters of fIrst heavy
that register again;, craft, between the rail. on both crossings'
ecessary you transformed into a fighting i the prologue and play:
street
,
Ninth
R only those who have failed heretoforeto was a yacht. On this vesel he went f' I Characters of Prologue as they are now on

register are required to do so, U to the Bermuda Islands the Azores I $ 'a'' rt a r .,' Dame Fashion. ___ __ Mrs. Fred Sapp cronntng, near thu station. Later crossingwere the

Gibraltar, and Port Said, Egypt. i. a. Father Time __ Mr. Bill BlakelyOld timbers on the Call street
n
in the primary
[they desire to vote "reinforced" with gravel. Thin
While in Egypt, he went to Cairo and r Fashioned ____
nd general elections. gaVe the Pyramids the "once over." I NRf 1.x 1. __ GirlMiss Carolyn Frlpp material was allowed to become) so

The legislature of 1923 passed an From there the vessel went to Aden. Up-to-Duto Girl of 1075\) -___ full of holes that it wan a bumpy

Fact providing biennial registratior Arabia by the way ol' the Sue I ______Miss Loin Edwards proposition to cross and they were This
cinder
located wholly or in Canal and the Red Sea. Staying at Tho Woman Who Wants to Vote_ then given a coating of
fin all precincts than this port for a short while, the vessel z __Mm.H Louise Fernandez was an Improvement, but it appears!
of more
within a city In earnest regarding
part
I that the council is now
inhabitants. In ad then headed for Bombay, Colombo, Another Who Says She Won't..
thousand material isplaced
twenty of
ditlon to this Chapter 9205\ passed by Singapore, Hongkong and Shanghai k _.___--Mm. A. Z. Adkin what these crossings typo And in holding -
] requires biennial From November, 1921, to September,, The Bo-rulTlod, Dud of 1\171\\ _,__ on
the last legislature, for brick or a material equally -
registration of all electors in counties 1923, the vessel was on patrol duty .. _Mr. Frank CarpenterThe out .

of 80,000 or on the Yangtze river, between the Male Klapper of 1975! _,,. as Rood.
having a population Chairman Hoover hud tile assur
two Chfnese cities of Shanghai and -Mr. Joe Walnwrlgh
more. ir' of railroad official hero sometime
His shore leaves vv6LL undo a
Chinkiang. were :-
affect Character of the Play
will -
Neither of these acts would both
apply onlyto spent in observin the many curious = Mr. Polly Tickk Mr. Sanford. Riti ago' that they pave
Bradford county as they material they had
those precincts and counties having and interesting sigths of the Chinese pgtll J :J'"F Mrs. Polly Tickk Mrs. Will Blakel crossings found more with satisfactory A than brickand

cities. Lawson (the only bachelor: )
Billy
stated aboVe.
a population as council would
if hte
lasting,
When the great earthquake devastated _. Smit more
of the U. S. Army Mr. L. F.
This photu.ti fgrum shows the proposed "tout' alfow' thorn it. The matter was
to
Japan a few months ago, he the world "tlight., L. use ,
FLORIDA FORESTRY ASSOCIATION fliers who are now making an attempt stun mound Sullivan O'Brien Mr. Wymn and
MET IN JAX was detailed for duty on board the Insert is of Maj Martin, in command of die Iliylu and out. of the air Senator 7olla Highbrow (the heap dropped with this! understanding< /: i
the forthcomingnew 1
U. S. S. Avarenda for carrying sup cruisers being used. big noirrngetteMrs.) Fred SIIPP tho council awaited )
I nomoweeks.It .
1 for
Association plies to Yokohama and was engagedin \ Mrs. O'Urh'nfrs.! George Pollin crossings
The Florida Forestry during thin Unto that the :
Jask- this work for two weeks. When Mr. Kvu] 1'.lwardsfr.: Comer Lou I was f
held] its first annual meeting in applied to tho
1UEUESSA coat of cinders was
March at which session this task was completed] he wag RO I Mr. f'nlItuy: !Mr. Joe Wulnwrigt
sonville 20th, I crossing, and apparently i
transferred to the U. S. S. Huron ____ Call street
Mr.! Susun Johimon
this i
city u
Lenthal pf
Mr. Wyman, After
then forgotten.
Youngblnod and Gertl tho matter was
presented the results of the firstyear's flagship of the Asiatic fleet and returned Nunlie Mr. Frank Cllrpt'llwr1Ir. with railway .
to Shanghai. After touchingat I II were shopping in Ilamptoi Birdie Mae Harris considerable correspondence
work of the Starke forestry -
I : ulTkluls. the city clerk was notified \
Amoy and Hongkong the flagship ______Mr. George Flyn
station. Very satisfactory progress J. i : L. V. Moore and two' that an order had been placed for "
d Mrs.
the most I sailed for the Philippines and he remained I 1Ir.fary! Lamb _. .S..
been made in solving I
has citizen > Moore and; Mr. railway crossing timbers and they
i in Manila until January of !!, bliss\ _. !Mr. Cieruldino Middlac '
pressing of the naval stores problems this I killed ;, I Alvarez attended Hurvlcen lit i would bo put on the cnmHlngs an loon I
for the States
stated Wednesday. year, leaving on I Mrs. Kvi Edwards: _.a :
Mr.
Wyman here Sunday. -t possible. ._. t
the transport Argonne. a >tillt church ..___Miss Clara Mew Shepai an t
" of I
In addition to this phase wyrk turned.
over
II. E. Moore The mutter has been
J.
a U Phillips,
lIe arrived in San Francisco
. have been on Mrs. Edna: Ray .bliss Vivireto Floyd
number of test plots action
a for ,
\ January 28th and stayed at this miles S. Sibley were among the to the city attorney
the State Mrs Susan Johnson ____ _
established at Raiford on the
i that
of port until date of his discharge i the to Hampton Saturday. _. Miss Louise ]o'ernanez'Mrs. Chairman Hoover stating
the effect
determine
Farm lands to
fi-om the Ridcnour, of Orange Height! board crossing have not proven
service
March when
14th he ___ _
of the Birdie Mae Harris
fire on the survival and growth and that the ;
lady at the satisfactory in the past
]left for his home Starke. regular appointment
port I I ____ Miss Aileen Alvurt
These factors
two
trees.
pine
of acceptingthis
young and Sun council hint no Intention
\ church Saturday
it was stated, are the most important Ray is a fine specimen of young into !, : Mrs. Mary tmb-.MIss Lois Edward' of material for thecrosllin
influencing the rate at which manhood and the picture of health. : Polly Tickk Children typo

ones our timber! lands will restock themselves The years of travel and training In "ing ,'I and Mrs Jas Moore, of; I Georgette __. ._-._-_ Billy Graham *.

. and will receive the most attention the navy will stand him in good I are receiving congratula Fred ______-__________ Paul Knight (
of the forestry men in the stead when he takes up his life'svocation [ the arrival of a little son, Clarissima ___ ____ Margaret NeHelen '

South until a satisfactory method of whatever it may be. He !Mrs Mooro was before he ] _____.______ _.. Etta Fay 0111
handling our forest reserves is Is well known and liked in Starke and I'' I am ; i ${ Miss Eloise Owsle. ChoruM | Secretary of Navy }

determined. his many friends here are hoping he want, : Will !Rowe of Brooker, wa Hazel Middlcton, Virginia Week ,
; friends here the first of th
will decide
to cast his lot
among Florence! Andrews, Grape Wood, F.IINe h' s
I
them. Jones Mary Cunova, Harriet Rite! .
about W. T. Wallace was shopping\(

Daugherty Ears ROYD WORK GOING ON said Monday. Lucile MiUhell.:

[_ i AT A RAPID RATE about : Youngblood was a visitor to MISSIONARY\ INSIIIUIE
Mr. Monday. ,
-
Laying the rock base on the highway Phillips of New River, i ill The second> annual Missionary Inst ?! w

leading north l Is going on at a same I ( relatives and friends here. tuto of the Jacksonville. distrU! ,'. ,q ry) ,,, lf f

rapid rate, the crews reaching the his I Cyril Manire and Miss Stclli Baptist Women's Unions was held aa .
Gen Dell place same were visitors to I lamp ,/ <
Wednesday. Monday Waldo on Thursday and Friday i ., f ff
over: twelve hundred feet of the Id- I I last week. The attendance was large: foot roadway was covered with rock < I Carrol Adkinnon, of Brookei, tho spirit high and tho addresses il .

;tahllining a record for this project spinal : relative, here Sunday. spring. Seventeen of the ladies of its-;

J and probably a state record, also. the I and Mrs. T. M. Hazen, of thn Starke church wen in attendant i t"i.; 4 .... rccbx

The first sections of rock laid..111I Mr. < attended services hero at while the young ladles under the '

now bcmir!: scarified, graded and roU>,d I i church Sunday. direction of Mrs. UeWitt C. Jnnei f\ J. v

. I ,,md I 11 fast asuming a smooth solid and I and Mrs. Jake Lou and children took part In a Missionary Pantomlm rALa .

lIurtace.Iore: rock will hirv-e to he I motor I Lily Masters and baby, of This wan rendered so well that II }.
ilaccil in spots to bring the base Mr. visited i their parent; a'aa. .
upo request! has been made for Its pros .
the required contour, this to be I after I. Mrs. R. U. Lee here Sunday entation in tho church at Htarki, +. "" '

lone after the concrete curbing is T. I). Tricst was visiting rela Which will ho, done In the near future .
placed in position. ices :7'1 Waldo Sunday.!: I
D. W. Walter Lindnuy returned to 'q ._ '
I ( ..: :
\ the past week after visiting\( I

made in St. Augustine. I Buckeye Eyes Judge' Curtis: Wilbur--r, California
. 4L White House Hopes and Mrs. T. B. Trieut and I L "MIpit I IIH- Court Justice and a grml-,
71 Mr. Sidney Calvin and James, nude .of tho Naval Academy 1n 18HH,
was Mrs. Wilma Brown and chil- I has accepted the folio In ('residentCn
h u. I >>lugi> a a..* the new !Secretary :

gave Mrs. T. K. Moorer and
tL. OCA T[ and
G I )/ of the Navy.W. .
.. ... love ] Lynell, Nealie Young- ,
Former Rep. Paul Howland and a Miss Lee Hagan Mrs. J. C I

ex Senator Geo. Chamberlain, of his B. C. Owsley, Johnnie II I
counsel for Att'y-Gen. Daugherty died and G. W. Hlnson motored II M. U. MEETS IN WALDO

daily: attend the Senate Committee All Waldo Monday night and at. I
investigation into Daugherty's: ad- Local II I e The Woman's Missionary Union of
ministration of the Department of I the sermon by Rev. Murray,
Justice. 9df'6 I York City. Mr. Murray 9S htt'f the Jacksonville District met la

Mr. very Interesting talk. I Waldo last Thursday and Friday, and
I Miss a number of the members of the

LAWTEY GROWER NOW a I five' ; rem COUNCILMAN Starke Oaptist! church attended this

SHIPPING TURNIP GREENS i \ HELl AT 'LA WTEY I very Interesting! meeting, among the
a:. tew : until members being Mesilames O. J.

That this section can grow practically i : called election was held' Griffin, J. 10'. KlckliUr A. M. Darby

: ]] anything for shipping at a : to elect a councilman to fill I \ J. J. lichen, W. J. Epperson, Ada

profit, is shown in a statement by of E. B. Well, resigned .'rr... Sauers and T. N. Llmball h.
I 1 :
Mr. J. L. Harrell, of Lawtey, to the were only two candidates, J A beautiful] pantomine entitled
effect! that he has gathered and Dmklns and R. A. Blanchard. f.' '" 'O, Zion, Haste!" was given Thursday \

shipped turnip greens to the value of I' received 31 and Mr. evening. under the direction of

WOO during the past two weeks. The The 11 votes. 1 ; I" Mrs. DeWit C. Jones. Those going to ,

larger part of the shipments went to the ] ', r'eP '" .1'G.y Waldo to take part In this pantomina

Jacksonville] Savannah and othernearby I under I ." CARS OF ROCK !,...../ f' ,;( were Mr Florence Powell, Mls i i

points. Iry- UNLOADED IN ONE DAY Ethel Grlffln Iris Epperson, Isabeland j

Prices for berries at Lawtey ranged power cars of rocx were un- ., Schneider of Cincinnati Beatrice Bullen Thelma SneU- I

around $9 and $10 last week with a Monday and placed on the wa / nrd. beauty queen of Ohio grove, Blanche Alderman and Jlildre I
higher range for choice fruit. Atpresent Senator Oscar Underwood ofAlabama leading north. This is the : over 61)11 .i.ntslants In slate-wide 3ill. This tnt.reIUnaInltitute of tit I
the of the is looked upon 'with placed : work I competition' A diamond lavallier, W. If. U. was well)] attended bytenons
berries are not number for one day's "to march her eyes" said judges l In ,
favor In the South various churchesa
the
great a* the
best quality on account of the rainsr crews ant "m_t'lig. th* hay awariiinp a token of trinmth. from
4 u _.,'"+r d rtn" ea, ...,. ."'e' logical] candidate for the D.mo.CrkX 'w..w the J..<........."ll1e di tr..-.a.aaata ..
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FRIDAY. MARCH 23. 192

J TACK TWO BRADFORD COUXTT. TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORID .,.

: Cfare4In aasrsaed at ,ke data af tae fcwasaeo st rr
taw *4. flaMtoal Cotmtpatrwi: certxtralea ia the BSSMS rexpeettveiy lMruafter
'. CARS AS
FORD
ARMORED 1 KEPOB-T: or THE COHOtnOX OP 14 to :21 Day aarUceOarty set forth uwit.CrrUacate .

I BANDIT. CHASERS. LATEST THE tJAr-TO STATE BAXK. HAMPTON 'LAX-Fti6 waft PEPSis\ a ae+e ia6r So. 1O4 easbrama Lot f e* Kk.
'I J m the tan ef PferUa at tke. ctsae ef kalian 5a L.bE4.0..ofBlk.tSaL.tsll s
POLICE INNOVATION I r* eaber tlrt IMS. t'Croved Synsp Took>Laxa'iYe(orMa bmu' ., (. tee 11 of Blk. M Lou t, 4. ., .f BIk. .
R.es.rasi.as ; .,u>up>Uon. It relieves ;.rgax '; dLett.tL0.: -, !. r. 10.11.f Blk. S3 a

I w gad Iterate --__-..--175'125. .. i,'i be taken regular y t r :M to ?: "' ,'. Lt42of Blk YaLo42 1.e.a&r.8.
General Stuedley D. Bottler Philaphia'o LUBM' oa CeUasarml fI aanryvsfcer .---- i action. I-.SM.-u: :: ; : :<. .: BIk44Ai..sL3of Blk JM Let* t, a, -
i regular : >
than Real. BMate _____. ffNq tocc 7. 0. of m t* a Lets I. Z. a. 4 A r-e ? "
I eommiasioDer of other Loaee sad Dl.awat---1 I.r.UIo..n. nltieax. Very Pleasant to Taki"A. ; 5.S. a Lo*, 7.0.5. 10. 11. 11 of rn. 4- Z
:
i' dymanie All
_____ u.u -r brr1Je.jJriOnClf all Spies ti,. 54 ia New> River See. 11-14 lYa.
...h safety the maD who iatroM : _.' .. R. X* E. weed I Emit Mitrbell"
: ::r i* cr....... .... --.-- --.. 4S22Ott c.n. ae: t. No. 1M eaibracea ....... :. t, *. .
der' them. I aaskiag ...... F1naNate_._,_.Plitwr____a._ 8102.71Dee or Appur_Tio' FOR T'T BCKB *. 6 ef Blk 10 .. New> RlTer.. See :i!. Tr
Ia gal.. Gab '
OP THE .
SECTIOS ITS 8R.. *If E-. awed., Rattle Crone
weeD
oflec few Baa6S41ti4
Before he table a : from laerpmatad. GENERAL 8TATTTM Certificate. No 117 embrace* Lees t t J ,:

N hack the Philadelphia.. city council.ov4 : :.. -:::=:.-=:=::-_-= Nods i* aerv*.. si***) tkat B.C. Heiber.err. Bk; It ia New River Sec. u. Tp. 1, S. B. r
of of tax nrttBeat Xa. E.. D. W. a L W. PlncovterCertificate : "
y' oarebaeer' part
'; General Butler SSjOOQ with 1 TOTAL -I 11.I.n 1 14. dated the -th dar of J_ A. I). 1TT.ha v w lie ,, ,b.r-c.rrel. E.& 4 .ti I

V <.'h to purchase an aatofaobO for LiaaUitleaCwta. died. .... _11Ie... IB my offlc and aaanude Hew Rtter_k_Sea....ZS-Z4. B. 3.7; E
tit for tax deed. to laaa IB accordance aasiasml
ta -----1' application
Steek PaM
hi 115 embracea tots a. ,.
personal ue. embraeeatie i iso
aIH laar Said certificate
S.f>ras Fan*_ 114* vUadUxkd wKa Blk.e1tO'Ri Sec Ji-14. TJX ; R
But when salesmen of hi ;hpricedars Ptadb (!... Ezpeaa 'ciiowiac! described propertr. sitcaled IB E. .d Unknowa.Certtacate .
and Taaea ?aid> ___________ im.fDmcaits Bradford _". PVmda. :o-.tt. ., ss N... It* embracea Lot 1. a, ..fOlktl
(' appeared and tried t/> interest ., Soota Half af BowtbeactQuarter.
Csek-l '44 SootB Bait
BaJ M
lwiftaJ >c
Sec 41 SV
River. 2S-44. Tp. B.
h,m, he made it plain that be intend- Time c.. &Aea ef OcanaA, _______X174&M. Sec. 12. Tp. S.. H. U E.. 4. -..... : ia word New aaVaown.Certificate 1
I CaskarrCfcecfca Outs tanging -_. 4i.lt The. said land. bias. sn.siH at th* data af No 1_1 embrace* 11 of
"'1 to spend the money in purchasing .thor HMWaac* of sock certificate ia the same 1ft In New ru-... See. 23-24. 1'pLot 0. S. a.tit
TOTAL 7 1'L7I of P U Brow ItraiU. .
mall light cars for UN .as bandit ... E.. aienejrd unknown.Certeat. .
b k <
shall
said certUicat n a
fates
t- ,, Sub of F1,riIIa. County ef Bradford ...: So. 122 embrace Lot I of BlkIt .
hasers by the police department.The I. A. A. nn<;B. Car ..flie bon aeeerdiB to. Ia... tax deed. will lava taaraoB IB New River. See. X-4 Tp. S. S R. XttE.
of A. D. 124.
_..... .. tast tfc o. the letk dar April. ._ veered unknown.Certiftcata .
I Ford runabout was his choice :: 4 Bank M swear oTclsi! slmatar I and sat Uua ,
< I I.... Maleauwt to trus to the beet of" aiyknowleace Bikers.0 sr i iI I lt$ embrace* Lot 3 of Blk
ClIterprisI the lit* *< harsh. A. D. 1921G. New River Sew K-Zt. Tp. 4, S R.t'1B.
and i wasn't long before an and .....,. A. A. FUTCH. Caskier W. ALDERMAN 14 in
,, .. asseestd ankBOwnCertincate ..
,alt salesman bad a car ready for the I i i CORRECT-ATTEST: A. A. DtTRDEX I i Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. No. 121 ,embrace Lot 11 of Blk
I II 1 I! S. R. JOK general's I
I inspection.Now W. O. SEA L4. :a.141t-4-1J] Deputy Clerk E._ -... nnkoowa.
j the Philadelphia police ba'e I I i DlrartonSuhwrfljed Certificate N... 126 embrace* Lot 0. 9.f Ble
jI' __ and before this ( MASTERS SALE ,' 14 In New. 8'..... Sea Z..,.. Tp. .. S R MIR.
six' of these armored! Ford can and .... day af Ian. IKt swam te j'1 Notice lit hereby rivrn that order and by .. .--.t vnknownCertincate .
under General Butler's plan this J. C. WEZXEK Notary Pailie dew ..f that flnal dtcree of forxlttsare I, No. IM embrace. Iota 1 '
mad and rendered. on 11th. dsr of ".b, A. D. Blk 'S in New RJ er. See. :11-24.: Tp. C.J! R. :0
number will be aogttmented I i MMHM of aMfsstd. unknown.Certincate .
shortly ,,111I4.: or Hon. A. V. LOB*. Jadxe the E.
ORDER FOB PUBLICATION Kit-bill Judicial Crcolt, la and for Bradford I, No. 17 embraces' Iota If). It af
.. until there will be ninety such I.. CIt (._". Html of 1'100.' ..... Eight Coaatr Plonda in that certain awe where. : Blk 27 In New River. Sec t>: 24. Tr S. S B
bandit chasers in service. Judicial Cbc.... Bradford Cauaty. in Ckan- la J. V)'. Waiaritfht i 10 complainant and W 20 E.. ..-. 1Ink__
I eeryPaamera. E. Green ia defendant, the. uaoVniiroed will Certificate" Not Its embrace Lola 5. ; ...
t The entire shell of the body is lined A Dealer Bank. a seeps{ ''off.r for : sell to the hit best and i i 12 nf Blk VI In New River Sec 13-21 To *.
). and the ration orgaalaed and xtotin, i ban .s'f: e.U IB front of the Court ,,8. R. 10 E. ajaeseeil unknown.Certificate .
A-ith steel
H-iocb: special .....1'" of the Slaw af !awe door la Stance.. Bradford Conatr, FlorKia. i 1 No. 129 embrace Lots 1. ", 1 of
I ipace between the armor plating and i rilaws OB Moadsr the ;tie dar of April. A. D. Blk 211 in New River. & 23.%.. Tp 0, 3 R
[ Coraplalaaat. j lyle drone toe Meal boon of sate. for the 2ff E. anstestd unknown.Certincate .
I the outside of the car u packed with ... :porticee of catsfrlnK said the No I'M' embrace* Lot 11 of B
i loose cotton and coarse hair to retard J. J. Sterrlcaa. ala, foUowiB described real .. l:4,:: beinar I :3O In New RHer .Si .14. Tp. C. 8 R. _0
Defendaat. it Bradford County Kloriila to-wit, E.. ...-d unknownCertificate .-
the velocity of bullets Armor plate It affidavit Tb. SW'4 of the SWIM of S.&. (1. Tmrosb No. 111 embraces. Lota 1. 1. 1 >f
bill raid ie sthey .......... iaha S. S. Range t2 East I Pracl Blk II In Nrw R'.< r. Sec 23-24 Tp "
also covers the cowl and runs up as Albert Kelley. Eater. Kelley loa wife. Sbermaa R. A. CREEK, S R, 20 E.. aaimnnl unknowa.Certinrate _
lower of the wind Mr Sherman. William Special MasUr.E. No. 132 embracea' Lots 12 ttBlk.
the
illlama and
high portion *
as I t.
M. JOHNS. (2 in New> River. Sea 21-24.: Tp S R
therein named
wife the' oWfendanta are
shield. The upper portion in in two,I i 1 his nonreaUlitala" of the State. of Florida and Solicitor for Complainant76t4l 20 E.. asseaaed" nnknownCertificate .
No 1M embrace Lot 1 of BitS
Letter From Frank Clark sections of bullet-proof glass and ,' they are. reaidcnta. of Buffalo State of Sew In.New River- See. U-34. Tp 6, & B. S.)
: York and are each over the age of twentyone BILL TO QCIKT TITLEs unknownCertincate .
wind-wings have been provided on I E. assessed
", year. it to therefor ordered that said. Circuit. Court. Bradford County Flan No. 114 embrace All Blk 42
either side, these also of bullet-proof nonresident defendaata be and are .berrfcy required ida Ia Chancery t in New River Sec 23-24.: Tp. .. S. B. 21-

\ I hereby' announce my candidacy I prenmons of confidence at the polls, to appear to t"bill of _1'....., E. A. Kennedr.Complainant.. E.. aiweMed ..Dk_.....
Bled in said before Monday, the
glass. cans on or
Unless said eertifleatea shag k* ndem.daoenrdinr
\ for nomination all the> candidate of I can and will, In the future, as in an day of Apnl A. D. 124 otherwise the as I to .law. tax deed will baoa thereon

, i' for representative the past, gin you honest and faith- allegation of Said bill will .b* taken .. coafea i I Colombia N. Payne et ale, on the 14th day of April A. D. 124.Witneas .
the Democratic party \ >ed by said defendant.It D.fadanta my official signature and seal I the
' f\"i\ in the 6'J.h: ConlCrda from the ful service. I still hope to have the SUBSCRIBE TO a further ordered. that this order .bepubiiahed | T> Odamb a N. Payne, .whoa. residence. .laI Sib day of March A. D. 1924
u" of coming one a week. for four eoosevuUv* miKBown. defendant. G W. ALDERMAN.
I
",p Second Congressional Diirtrict: of privilege at the proper time, i THE TELEGRAPH week In th,* Bradford County Telegraph> a Greetings: You are ........" required. to be Clerk Circuit. Court
I. election which before you, and in the open Idve I, newspaper pubiiahed. In said County sad I I sad appear before the Judas of th* ctrcuitcourt By Bradford County, Florida
..11' Florida in the primary State. for the eighth judicial circuit of Flor- C. A. KNIGHT
been called and is to be held on an account of my stewardship. This March 14th. 1>24.tt. Ida. in and for Bradford co....&?. oa Monday, Deputy Clerk. l-14-tt-4-U
V hat not ashamed of the record I w. ALDERMAN: the 7th dar of April. A. D. 1>>24. at the court --
the Third day of June, A. D. 1924. I am I, '&'.1/ Clerk Circuit Court.By 1 .bans in said County. In Starke Florida, to MASTER'S SALE

I have heretofore advised have made at your representative in I C. A KNIGHT, i answer a bill of complaint exhibited asainstroa Notice Ia hereby given that under and br
a Although the United States, al- r Deputy Clerk ta said curt br E. A. K..._... virtue of that certain Final Decree. of Foreelcanre. -
the people<< that I would be a candidate the Congress of E. M JOHNS l The Bradford County Telegraph a weekly I toads and rendered OB Feb. IStB.
in Congress I though being a human being, I havo i/tAJ4VILt Solicitor for Complainant. 821t4l i newspaper published In Starke. Bradford 19U. by Hon. A. V. Long. Judite of lb.Eighth .
to succeed myself 1 count' Florida ia .hereby designated as e4.. I 1 Judicial Circuit. In and for Bradford -
I''( have waited to make this formal announcement undoubtedly made mistakes-emanating NOTICE OP ELECTIONB ; newspaper in which the tJt-u be pub- County. Florida in that certain. cone
head and not the heartCongratulating : liahed for sight : w Herein!\ the Federal Land Bank of Columbia,
until the Congressional from the the power vested In them b, the, law The land described in tb,.* bill of complaint a corporation to complainant and W. ELEdmondson.
? authorised you, upon the; Uncle John of the State of Florida the Board of Public ; la this cause the title. to which ia sought to Cora Cdmondsoai hi* wife, D. O-
Committee, the only Instruction Bradford aunty Florida hereby b* quieted against the above named defendant Kelley. and Lake Butler National Farm LeaAssociation.
of our party so to do, has bright prospects our party has for a It lie".. fails--before electionwe call election* to be held I... Rneler! Sub I la nartienlarlr described a* follow/. ......,: a corporation are. defendants
r agency throughout the nation resurrection I school district No 6 and Sampson Sub acbool Th. East Half of the' Southeast. Quarter of the undersigned" .will offer for sal. and winsell
w called the primary election. smashing victory wtiie. in its district No. II on Tuesday April 22 1924. to Section (4. townahlp S South of Rang 12 to the. big-neat bidder for cash, In frontof .
announcing: my next November, and beJ'i-vinp; the horns .. y-gone days. The elect three trustees each. and to determine the East all in Bradford aunty Florida the Court ....... door In Starke. Bradford
In thus fermally I demsgogu a-ith hardened liver amount of rrillag to be assessed for the Witncs, tor hand and aeal of said court County. Florida on Monday the 7U. day of
, candidacy, .! desire to most ffrate- with my accumulated experience old nasty succeeding. two year, against, their. __&i.. I'I this the Slh dar of Februarr. A. D. 1924.>> ''I April. A. D. 1924. during the Mal hours of
points out some poor | G W. ALDERMAN.
better experience I district sale for th. purpose of satisfying said Final
? fully thank you for the magnificentand can render you river-an* lowly for '"water- For the purpeee of holding said election .in Clerk Circuit. Court. Bradford Countr. Flan Decree, the' fallowing; described real. estate,

unwavering support you have i than ever before, and respectfully ways." X Aiurse, we have the Rosier! district J. E. 11oo1.... I... Rosier i W.Gasklns. ida. 'lying and being In Bradford County Florida,

that soliciting! your continued favor, I am transport, .* that Jerks our managers Robt. Bum. Clerk.For <8>.!) Br C A. Deputy KNIGHT Clark.E to-w.t : SEV of the SWVi and the SH of
F given me in the past, and to say the' purpose" of holding sad election' In SWVi of SEVJ of Section I. Township 7.South.
fully de- ever, goods *_ the nation, and Sampson district M. Vam.. J. L W,...., H.Brown M. JOHNS Ran,. 31 Fast Nay of the. NV4 of
i' while 1 can never hope to la" CLARK. lands 'ei double-quick. are. appointed manager. T. C. Jon.. I Solicitor. for Complainant 2.6.92WNOTICE NWL and the NWVt of the' lIo"E'4 of Section
most ex.I. FRANK I Clerk 8. Township 7, South. Ran, 21 East containing -
nerve your many generous It's fun t (tear nome joblesscritter TO BIDDERS FOR FCRM8HINO 140 aerea move or lea*.
H. B. WIGGINS. L. W. KICKL1TER.
it's vastly STANDARD WOVEN WIRE FENCE
how ,
ejpianti SecretaryChairman.. I R. A GREEN.
I., better &. 3<>at 'em down the J-Zl-St-4-18 Scaled bids .will be received. by the board. ..1I Special Visitor in Chancery.'
NEWSPAPER boosted his private game; I the i bond truaUi of Bradford county. Florida at E. M. JOHNS.
81'ACE IN A trick! \_ trance to hear I,' the attic of the eeeretary of the. board. at I Solicitor for Complainant *V|-tt..4-41
I IS WORTH MONEY But he hadn't the heart to loosen up steam-boBU toot in' and watch ORDER FOR PUBLICATION I I Starke, florid, until 2.00 o'clock p. m..
\ 'em sp.atterin' and rootin' Bankrupts petition. for discharge and orderof I April (, 1924. and at that time publicly. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
I good greenbacks for the lame. f. b. Fla.
notice thereon in the District Court of the opened, for furnishing o. Starke. ,
bars. .
Many an editor of a country weekly And the silent editor said at last among UK stags and United States, Southern IHstrlct of Florida. I car fence wire 6x11x46 Inch combination, In Circuit Court State of Florida., Elgbtto
,, lie wants (> see the palace In the matter of I i wrappedBidden Judicial Circuit Bradford County, in Chancery.
I has carried in his clumns "stun"that although he seldom swore float In'--and tells us if we'll do W. N. BRYAN, I r I lo submit: peelfleations and prtcea .
? of wire It la proposed to furnish; and the F. P Flume.
he well knew was "fre advertis He'd be double-dangcd if he'd be the voMn hell Junk the railroad No Bankrupt 2*;M in Bankruptcy I ''amnunt they will load in car I II Complainant

j ing." Maybe he hadn't the heart or' stung as often times before. kya.s. It used to set On this. Slat day of March A. D. 1924 on I I Th. board ........._ the right to reject any I II I Anna Cuhsit v*, f
afire listen at theampa1C reading the I'etilton and all bids.
to for Discharge of the
', the nerve to say "No"An1 I "You make me sad, you make me my hopes above-named bankrupt It 1.--- I W. E. TORODE. I I Defendant.It .
:iar discourse on affidavit sppended the
; It by to
Pro Tern.
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Attest Chairman appearing
:. many a man and woman, has mad you make me good and weary "water.ways"; I've helped electin OKDr-KED Hr t"COU..., that a hearing C. A, FUTCH filed In the above stated eause that Anna
be had the the .
30th
I upon same on day of
I "! one raving mad because some editor I I'll print you nothing free by gad, admiration come at Ai,>ril. A D. 1 lti J4. before the said court >t I 3.7kit44.NOTICE Cashatt non-raident the of defendant the. stata therein of Florida named., and I I.she a

country weekly did have the but a nice obituary." cheapxr transportation, but .lacknonvUle. In said district at ten clock. Is a resident of 323 Van Vast Avenue. Belle
of
some \ days! So in tKr. fort-noon;: and that notice thereof .b* APPIICATIOV FOR ..... Jefferson county. Kentucky, and to over
,4 spunk to ay "You pay for what you them wan by-gone published in Bradford County Tebwraph. amwspnper I, TAX HEH; SDF.R( SECTION ITS the age of twenty-one yean "it .ls therefore
I' The editor sat in bis sanctum at the now-I stand around and shiver, printed in said district and I| OF THE GENERAL STATUTES' ordered that said nen-restd.nt defendant .be
I get In thin paper. and view th. sanu- old nasty that all .known creditors and other persona In and ia hereby required to appear bill
that the ed. end of a perfect day, Job huntcr'e Intern may hirer at the said tim. and I I Hereby notice Is irlven that R. H. Smith of complaint. filed In laid emus ;,0"t or before
AH of which is to say for six subscribers bad brought hard river the smug it.cpr.yer. If any they why purchaiier. of tax sale certificates numberedtepeetlvelr Monday. the 7th day of April. A. D.
sr Itor I i. often abuncd by the people who pet; I watch its slippery, sludgy of the. raid petitioner should not 104, 108 117 UK. m. 12D J21. lr'J4, nth<.rwise! the allegations of said. bill\
I cash for their honest dues to pay I movement, that never showed ti vr.nld ,122. 129 i:4. U5 126, 127. 128. Hi. 130. 131. ...il !Ibe taken as confessed by said defendant
J ;, seem to think that it in his bu ineis- And had stopped to praise The the leant and- And it .. furth r nTderr l by the court.that 12 H1 114. '.._l by the tax eollrctor of It to further ordered that this order be
man improvement
a ,
ash., clirk shall cnd. by mail, to all Mratlfunl county, Flnrida. Said eerttAeatee puhl abed. once a week fir four rnnxeutlesake
; 'I as well as pleasure-to proclaimtheir News and say with a pleasant smile 4 never w!11- you bptl! known ,..."' ""... ec,fnni of ,m,.l| petition and 104 and 106 beinu d.t.l AUK. 2nd. A. D. 19S U. In the Bradford County 'IVUxraph.! a
I d I wants in a loud voice without' anJ I hi. < .<101.. addressed. to them at thsir plea and said eenlncatee 117. 11*, 119. 120 121. newspaper published. In nalil county and late
I "It ranks with the library, school SAME o gas ot ire deno as .tat.... 122 128. 124. 125 128. 127. 120. 129 130. 111. Thl February 28. 1924>>
.. ,. Just compensation. For' the nerve i church in making the town worth NK, fiUl WITNESS The Honorable Rhydon M. Call. 182 US and 1S4 being dated July 4th. A. D. '' G. W. ALDERM\N.
the abuxod editor and as word of Judite of) the' said court and the seal I thereof, 1921>> and hate filed said certiflcsua In my ('Seal) Cleric Circuit Court.By .
r r of a i while. fM"w at Jaek/nnville.. In sold district oa th. 211 office and "have" made application for tax deed C. A KNIGHT.
'" {.' caution to those who abuse, the following dar of March. A. D. 1024I I'" in accordance with' the Deputy ClerkR. I
From day to day in every way, Itgrows pr: ira.;
I Seal I) EDWIN R. WILLIAMS. certificates respectively I .. thefollowing A. GREEN.
linen by a New York writer I better and better; I r C..k.. lands In Bradford county, Florida I II Solicitor for COmpl.loanZ295t..21t

who signs himself "Bob Adams" are The way you've worked for a play- Ii Ss* tgCnei / JL I

I ,. 1 elected: ground park has made my boy your i. -

: The editor sat in his sanctum, and debtor." The BEST nrrcnj.for R.merl.J' .. .. ..... .. .

an angry man was he, ,The editor sat in his sanctum, encouraged ,
Ciiicu in o to 14 Days
, fellow had brought column ef Man BeeisI"TIs j1yI
For a ( a and elated rIlls I! n free. head bald and his bunion m'a4.hI'J.Hand, ; :! v.dlos'wPmtrudmdFlsaIn
It
and wanted! printed was
"I plug Sus Win. 11: Lyndnvtr r
flock,
; -' : o.v'''a Itcbliut Plea sad
r A column of tuff that advertised and gallon l, but he felt appreciated. i! ; ,; 4. i,ofu r IB i Utrf auuiicxtwo. 'h"tf: N C. -*'I f h.-w used MtXKinVlu I
tAna Li..in tfne fur oil ki us
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I RIDAY. !MARCH 28. 1921 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ST. nKE. FLORIDA PAGE TIIR90I

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Mabel Cody stunt flier, received Arthur to inspect Home property at M N

serious injuries when she fell from an Orlando. So far as is known he I I ,

Airplane to which she hud just leaped never reached the central Florida ,

from a speeding automobile at Pablo city. Arthur registered in Orlandoand

Reach. She had succeeded in seizing deposited Smith's check on a

the ladder hanging from the plane Iligh Point, N. C. bank for$1,900.

but lost her hold 50 fret up. Smith is said to have carried several I

hundred dollars and some valuable I
A live oak tree has been located I diamonds. !Members of the Senate Committee which is conducting the official im<'niigatum "f \ttorney-Gonoral
within half mile of Tuvares that I nighcrty\ ). and his administration. Left to right they arc Senators Whil (Del.! ), Mosis (N H.j) ; Brookjut -
a "- (la), chairman; Jones (Wash ), an<\ Ashurst (Ariz.). -
Is probably the largest in the county, Miami Beach is to have an audi-
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perhaps in the state. It measures 8.2 I torium with a seating capacity of

through six feet from the ground, 6,000 persons according to plans. i' ...-
2&.6 feet in circumference with a ( made public by Carl Fisher. It will .ithe Palatka Muss Products Cor- Mr. Abb llaxon, of Brookvr, was a i Bible Stories and neclt ltion8.

f I include an amusement palace with 1I'III'a\l"n.i and is being financed by Mr. business visitor here this weak Song When We Moot Again.

STATE NEWS Continued____ ETEE ice skating, roller polo and other .!! i Krilik and other Northern capitalists Closing 1"rayer-IIIr. Durden.

spread of 112 feet. The height Is approximately -I features, it is stated, and will be Federal Judge T. Blake Kennedyof I 'The}' have purchased a half block on 'apt.. E. .'. Andrews and family

100 feet. From the I ready for use beginning of the next Wyoming, before whom special Ki: ; hth street between Bronnon and motored to Ilaiford last Sunday PASCO M. PKKVATT:

trunk there spread* branches aa big season. The project is to cost ap- Government Counsel Atlee Pom- Dunham and now have a crow of
around as ordinary trees and on those I proximately $150,000. erene and Owen J. Roberts, appeared men at work cleaning this block up !Miss Mary E. Thigpen I.M spending" The friends of Pusco M. Prevat will I

branches are growing ferns, vines I against asking Harry Sinclair a restraining to slop order fur- to stint building immediately. They this week with her mother Mrs. regret, to loam of his death which oc- ,

and air plants. The trunk is in a Laura Uplhcgrovc, alleged member ther petroleum production at Tea- rxpect to erect two largo steel and Thigpon, of Gainesville. cured last evening. Hesitles his wife,
said have the first step in cancel- concrete buildings and install enough
splendid state of preservation. of the John Ashley gang, to
three
been responsible for the death of potion of the famous lease. machinery to turn out at least! five Mrs Is!. L. Andreu and children, of he's' survived by daughters,

Edward Erben lays claim to the Deputy Sheriff Fred Baker last carloads of cured and baled moss Ltwsburg, are the guests of Mrs. Luronmo, fiencva and Eloise; his

chicken picking championship of January failed to make bond in the per week, for which they already Androu'ii 1 parents, !Mr. and Mrs. T. M.Hugnn. father, G. L. Prevail; four brothers,
connection with
in
West Palm Beach-the feathery I amount of $5,000 and was remanded peonage!Martin Tubert case and that of a have a market among tho automobile I L. A. Prevatt, of Valitostu; )':. J.

tribe. Erben is a local butcher and to jail. She sought release under a prisoner haw been dismissedon industries of the North. If they are Prevail, of Savannah: On.; Charles
set up the claim after beating C. A. writ of habeas corpus, which waS negro authorities successful in securing the IIIOSH insufficient Dr. U.V.. Clayotu and son, Ice,
Prevail of Fort
motion of the prosecuting Myers and Lacy
another member of that granted. quantities, this output""will and Mr. Houston, all of Fort Payne,
'i. Suthers, I and defendant Prevail of Plant also two
the discharged, as- be doubled Ala' are upending a week here with City;
' trade, in picking contest. Using a cording to a letter ruceiyd from the friends.Mr. sisters, Mrs. George Thomas and Mrs.Maruaa .
1 quick flat handed stroke Erben picked I Thirty-seven high schools of the United States district attorney by Thomas of Brooker. The
ten chickens in four minutes and state already have qualified for the Fort I'ierce's magnificent $50,000;;
.
,. I Fred 11. Davis, counsel for Jones. funeral .services will he held from theresidence
20 seconds, which was two minute "A" senior classification in the list Masonic building, one of the finest in and Mrs. Toft, of Palmetto, .
and 29 seconds faster than Suthers lof Florida accredited high school the state, was formally dedicated who have been the guvsttt of Mr. and 0 Kingnley street, Thursday -
The Apnlitchicolii Victory bridge,, afternoon, at 3:30: ( o'clock. Rev.
Airs. E. F. Andrew have returned
for the session of 1U.I3-1021 according Friday afternoon at elaborate cere- to
feathered his fowls. ,
at River Junction and, connecting A. C. Shuler, pastor of the Calvary
their home
. I to information compiled by Prof.! monies held under the auspices of
, Cadsden and Jackson counties, had a Miiptisl church, omclalmg. The interment -
R. M. school In- Fort Pierce Lodge No 87, F. A. & M. -
state
John Monk, Jr., 7-year-old )boy, of Sealey, high total length of land and water will bn InVest Everil''en"t'nwl.ry
assisted, by members of other local .Mrs.' V. It. hi'i'lor Km-rliiiii:
Miami, was found dead on the back I I'Ipector. J :ailJl:
R structure of Br>(00 feet, and coat over hy Murrun Conant; company.
steps of his father's residenceby Masonic lodges and with several }Ir.... V. D. Wheeler, nsMisted by .
million dollars. It is of concrete, Jacksonville Journal March IDth.\
his father. The body was sent to :' Persons who favor issuance of road a made from local material, and Is not member of the Grand Lodge of I Mrs. A. A. Durdon, entertained the
; bonds resolution Florida Inking part. 'Junior B. Y. P. U. at the hull last
an undertaker, who discovered that in accordance with the only handsome; but engineers clans i it city
notifiedthe of the county commissioners Saturday evening from m>v >n-thirv
the boy had been shot and recently as n "monumental structure" The I I
police. No arrests have been have organized in Marion Escambia bridge, ten miles east of HAMPTON: to one o'clock.Vlitteriii. sins 111-

made as yet. County Good Roads Association, and another pnragus ferns were used! for doiiirtitlonn. -
Pensacola is also us
will use their efforts to carry the teemed feat. It will bo Hampton, March 28-Private Avery I: The table wax centered with' After Ever Meal
great engineering
E. Dyal, of Graham, was business basket of ferns and
Three negroes are in jail here in bond election in April. three miles long when fully completed. a a asparagus
It's the longest-lasting
visitor here lust
Saturday wisteria. Interesting and
connection: with the shooting to death Choctawhatcheo bridge in gnnift
Saturday night of Robert Jeton, The most welcome and important fee I I comic recitations were the order. of. confection you can buy
the will be
special policeman and member of a i improvement made in Sarasota i inI flame vicinity, 8,000 R. E. Lee, of take Geneva, was the evening. At the conclusion' .anil It's n help to digestion

plumbing company. I many months was inaugurated this long. transacting business here last Friday.' : sandwiches, cake, candy tail> lemunI tintl n cleanser

week in just thirteen minutes when ade were served. More than thirty A.for the month"YstJ .
head I
Three hundred and 'eighy-llve
West Palm Beach was unanimously the Peninsular Telephone Companyput of cattle will be offered for sale hereon J. H Saxon has erected a larlt'o'' were in attendance and all report<< u aril tc ,1'h.SVrIUICY's' .
in the new automatic service in bungalow on his. property on corner pleasant/ time. *m\ .-
selected by the 30th Rotary districtas April 2, by Sheriff R. C. Baker, as TM means j
the next meeting for the annual place of the old system. the result of the rigid enforcement o f of Main and Church streets.T. -: beuclla .' < well as 1

conference of the district. There the law against rattle tick in this. -- Program by the Junior 11. Y. l I'. U. pleasure.
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was no opposition to the Florida city. John Carer, of Marianna, was county, the sheriff lIays. The cattle J. Perry, E. J. King and 'Prof. 'I Song, Dwelling in fk'ululi Lund. r
elected president of the Florida Duval were visitors to rahanl last
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were seized from numerous persona I Scripture Reading! Malt. III: I-R.
State Bar Association at smoker Saturday evening. .
I a ad t ,r
; Work was begun Thursday on the in the north-west portion of Palm I IMrs. Prayer.
the closing feature of the seventeen II r., r II Ir I
new Ringling building adjoining the Beach county, who had failed to I
annual session. Kemp, secretary of the State Song Itrlghten tho Corner.
Ringling Trust and Savings bank on comply with tho s ate law, the sheriff/ I
School Hoard and Mrs Wamholt, Records
Main street at Sarasota. I asserted. Considerable trouble has
I Of the ninety largest: posto/Hces In',' been experienced to force compliancewith State President of the W. M. U., both I Special Music.

the United States, Jacksonville ranksas of Jacksonville, were the guests of
Beautify Palatka is the aim of I dipping regulations. SherifI'Bakeor I IntroductionCaptain.Naman I
sixty-third and Tampa sixty-ninth. !hire W. B. Alexander last Friday Futih.
the
l.ep.II'-Jot'HIi.
city officials who seek enforcement of said, his deputies had found
The gross receipts of the former in I
The slave ,
little girl npeaks
an ordinance that will banish trash I and the seized cattle have been I
1923 amounted to $800,078 and of TONIC
A Marvin
and garbage cans from the city the latter advertised for sale to enforce more I' Williams. t I
streets. $683.949. closely the state and local regula- Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic "''''.ores Naman visits king of Israel /

tions. Energy and Vitality by Purifying. and Annie May Pearce
Charles D. Haines, a leading: citizenof Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its Naman visits lijah-nertruril'
Tampa police believe they have a Altamonte Springs, in Seminole
chamber strengthening Invigorating effect aw how good.(
Through the activities of the -
",. clue that would clear up the mysterious county, has tendered to the Florida of commerce, A. Kralik, of Cleveland It brings color to the cheeks. and how | Naman dips In tho Jordan--John Hall's/ Catarrh Medicine
S Smith
disappearance of R. Press Association property valued at Ohio, has been induced to come it Improves the appetite, you wiUthen Latty Wheeler. ThoM who are In a "run down" comll.
High Point, N. C. hotel man, who was I tlon will notice that Catarrh lathers
$150,000, including $10,000 in cash to appreciate Its true tonic value.Grove's Naman returns to thank Elijah-
to Palatka and open a moss products them much more than when they are In
last seen January 23 last, in the arrest provide a home for aged fait that while
I newspapermen The is known Tasteless chill Tonlo III Imply Lynn Ward. nod health This prove*
at St.: Augustine, of a man and school for factory. corporation Catarrh In a local' fllwtniid. It !is really 1
I a journalism. The Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So Sin and Puni..hment-lIt"rbnt. Influenced by on.tll..tI"n.l condition. I
named Stewart in possession of an I property includes some fine buildings, t.ou3 ....".... unp and Influenza pleasant even children: like It. The blood Durden. HAL.I/8 tATAltitil MKDIClNlfl con- .
automobile resembling the owned needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON lilt of an Ointment which Quickly
one and the to
gift has no strings attachedto 'AXATirB!: CROMO QtTNINETnbletJ!: remove th Chain of Prayers led by Herbert luiliv by (oral application, and the
by Smith. Smith left with S. G. Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs ani' i i Tunic. which sestets J
it. ;ue. Thort (a only one :3rv: Qulalre. Burden and closed Gertrude All- Internal M.lh'lne"a
'. W CKOVE'S: .'ar...,,m m bos. 30,.. Grip germs by Its Strengthening.! by In Improving the unral$ Health.
Effect' ,Oo. Imlgor.1 good.) Soul by; drUKtlat for over *> Tearl.V. .
J. A. Dew, county agent, announces :atmrt J. Cheney Co., Toledo Ohio.
Mother and 19 Ib. Baby] that .. .
arrangements have been com- --" ----" -- "-- "-"-- "- -- --- -- ---- -- --- -- -

pleted for a credit of $150,000 to aid I| Ask Quick Hearing -1]

tomato growers of Palm Beach

county in grading: packing and .

marketing their spring crop. This HOME 6---1;; ; LICTBN TO I MAY nor saRlfcMT
'. 605N IT'';
will enable 25 cent of the
per growers: RBA.40MYOUNVAV BUT I
to realize top market prices for their ) SWEET THAT OtLIB JO4T \ MOT KNOW 't0u'RS

produce, Mr. Dew believes. The arrangements ARGUES ALL TH11E / RO'r..6
: for the loan were made a" HOME BE RIGHT
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; .:.. RIGHT l tJROw WRONG l
L by the county agent while he was in ..., ,f. ;ATIME .-I

New York in connection with the \ / .' J "!: 1--
I Florida Exposition and the funds -

I will bo available, he states, about 1 r" < Y Ens,WVt facet 1.New.'". 4 '

April 20. ltd '
61
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.a y Ola Lee ilildreth, of Formose, is

dead at n hospital and E. T. Hammond I

acording to physicians, is in -

serious danger of a nervous break- byCT4ison
=
down as the result of an automobile =

accident when the car In which they

wore riding skidded from the pave

ment when the steering wheel Is said AVTOCA'T" 0

to have broken and struck a tree at

4s the, side of the 1'Oad.Ilss! Hildreth

riled of a crushed skull. Police hold .'ft.-o;: 4KT\
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KNOWNO! VOU'tttt RI js
,. : I KNOW 1 c
fhr -
L .1.1ytl. accident as unavoidable. .
ib YOu THINK 1'M roa. ONCE BY I JliAt.WA
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Sheriff's forces investigating the f9 WRoN6 ADMITTING YOU'dB/ d S SALWAY4

boy was killing of Deputy Wilbur Cooper at WRON 4 ,
A Tarpon Spring Tuesday midnight L"
wife of
born to Mrs.Ogdensburg
farmer at N. J. This believed ahttthey have'uncovered an *

U the ev nth child. important clue of te ulayers., They .
declared the autom'm which fi

the fatal shots w.. se
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WARD OFF GRIPPE r 4
located. Cooper h
Ot rid of that roll qiiKlclv before .
c. T a
feverish conditions ect in nod you b..aa while sitting i' it
bad caw of irrippLeonnrdl'* Tarpon Springs.: \. I 1- j
Couth turn, ICreo""lel l l) iuuklvKo.tl.i | I
< thr.mta. cut thephlrgm tlon advanced yf m 1I -John Langley of Kentucky
aaM0N9tla..' .t<>pi irritation the mysterious Rep.
r it Frederick Zihl-
lunl"i (above and Rep.
j if hawa I
tight and cough l brln, bad;. cold"" grippe yon or brun'bibs was the work of I man of Maryland (below. who.
reeentChlcaao
bottle of l.....n-ird/e Cough I names were mentioned In
get a thata ( 1evie4 11) RCa
and wird "ff moreserious Grand Jury charges 0 !
crwoaoted) All Indict D ,
mer .
Syrup r
trouble. Fin for whooplDII two members of Congress had Im- I ) o UP yr.vet on.u
safe Sheriff J. R.T" y, I I. and r .,
and TOUp. The IInr .nd nropr' used tlnerx' .. -
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FRIDAY. MARCH 2*. 1924l.MiuiuH
FLORIDA
'.ACR ante BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. STARKE.

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committee impetus was given Sunday death did not become known until!
DONT FAIL TO REGISTERThe meat market near the depot, has had I

new screen doors installed in his (to the movement to remove the provision today. She was buried this after-

registration books will close place of business and has torn away for a 25 per cent reduction in noon after simple funeral services in
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in the different precincta on Monday the old screen on the interior. Mr. income taxes payable this year and a Brooklyn ehapeL
April 7, leaving only seven days in Hemingway conducts his market in
incorporates it in a resolution for immediate "Silver Threads Among the Gold"
which you may register at theI a very sanitary manner and has a
i j I precinc: registration offices. You large number of satisfied customers. action. was writen by her husband Hart P.Danks. .

--- .. .. ---------,.. must register if you have not already Secretary Mellon in a letter to Rep who also died alone in a
29 und Jon done so, if you desire to participatein NOTICE resentative Ackerman. Republican Philadelphia lodging' house in 1903.
all I the elections during the next: He was then estranged from his wift
= New Jersey, commenting on the latter"s -
----- in he had
b.- 1874
to whom composedthe
I ...ell. Missblargaret two year: After the 7th of April There will a cemetery workingat
Florence
Mrs.
:JKLI5EUT and ELAINEEDWAKUS' :, Clark. N. D. Wainwright the books will be closed in the Elzey chapel Friday before second resolution proposing to eliminate love song which swept the
Mrs. -
Long,
PARTY
BlItTIIDAY D. P. Carpenter Mr. and :Mrs.! !precincts, and after that date it will Sunday in April the 11th. All interested the September instalment pay country.

( Elbert and Elaine- Edwards four S. L. Peek Miss Mable Weller J. J. be necessary to go to the supervisorof come and help do the work. Ii ments, said he preferred the proposedcut After Danks' death law suits over
registration Mr. C. A. Knight, at be made as provided ;n the re- royalties from the song brought the
J. W. Joe Wainwright.MISCELLANEOUS .
Mrs. and
year old twins of Mr. and ; Truby the courthouse to register. Registration TO AMEND BONUS renue bill, but suggested the provision estrangement of Mrs. Danks from

:' Edwards were made happy Saturday I officers in the precincts are: be taken care of by a resolution her three children. -

r afternoon by a lovely birthday party; Precinct No. t, Lawtey., Geo. W. WASHINGTON. Amendment of which would assure settlement of the The elder Danlts was credited with
.t the home of their parents on West SHOWER FOR MRS. POWELLMrs. Roberts. before June 15 when the of than
the bouse soldiers' bonus bill : proposed cut authorship more 1,000songs
Madison street. I Precinct No. 2, Star ce (north), J.I appeared I '
instalments due. but the inspired by his
one
i second are
: both 'I
certain with
The little people enjoyed: present- < Charley J. Powell was given F. Kickliter. today Republicans -
their iriftts to the small host and ''a delightful miscellaneous shower i i l Precinct No. 2. Starke (south), J. : and Democrats of the senate wife was by far the most popular.To .
Ing
[ WIFE OF RANKS WHO
W. I ,
the home of Mrs. Morgan. finance committee !
: Friday afternoon at advocating new
hob tens, after which merry games i I Precinct No. 4, Graham C. B. Rob-
r were played and a number of children C. W. Alderman the grade teachers .'erts. I( proposals. The committee is expected !,I WROTE FAMOUS SONG Stop a Cough Quick

gave recitations. St. Patrick colon : of the B. II. S. being hostesses to'' Precinct No. 6, Hampton, A. A. to reach a decision before the end ,I I DIES IN NEW YORKNEW take HAYES' HEALING 3ONEY.* a

of green and while were carried out this informal affair. Fntch. I of the week on whether the bonus cough medicine which stops the cough: by

!in the decorations and in the favors, ne reception room was decorated! Youngblood.Precinct No. 6, Theresa, C. A.1 bill or the tax reduction measurewould YORK. March 22.-Alone in bealmg the Inflamed and irritated tissuesA
... and bowls. of beautiful! be disposed of first. The box of GROVE'S O-PEN-T"' T
with with vases i iroses revenue -
which baskets filled x Precinct No. New
were tiny I !'j 7, River M. L. I a Brooklyn rooming house :Mrs. Hari i SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds an,1Croup >
colon bill has been before
Patrick's I
and the St. John the
committee
and white candy. Cake and -
the love encJowd
green riet Danks who inspired is with every bcuk-
s of and white charmingly Precinct No. 8, Brooker D. W. Ha-' for two weeks. .
ice cream were served by Mrs. i green were j I song, "Silver Threads Among the HAYES' HEALING HONEY. Tie salt
I'I'I
,I Mrs. Edwards and on the table were i carried out in this pretty affair, ten. !, Gold," found release Wednesday night should be rubbed on the chest and th-,
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Green outer flies were pinned to the IMMEDIATE j of children suffering from a Cold cr C. ;
two large cakes each bearing the ALABAMA MAN TAXREDUCTIONS from life in which sentiment and I
HERB I a j I .'
I The brallo rOort 'f H T- Heet'neHoertale
and other articles in the !
name and date of birth of Elbert and draperies LOOKING OVER PROPERTYDr. MAYBE realities were strangely juggled. j : the lbroJt ... ,
burned four room and to the butterfly was attached I iirovr t O-Peo-Trate s. tiuomta tb pups:
Elaine. On each cake I
FORTHCOMING The womon of 83 died estrangedfrom the,.I.. coax Mop aooafb. .
tiny green candles. green and white ribbons O. W. Clayton of Ft. Payne her children by the very song Both reraedtat.pec&ed: .ta so.eartaa a*? turaott
"" of the combined trc..11a JSc.
which led to a hidden present for the" n.1 m
Those invited to this pretty party
bride. When the bride went on a I|I Ala., has been in Hampton section Cut Before Jane IS Is Urged she had inspired and so obscurely Just ask your druggist foe IL YESfUAU.'lG
were: A. Z. Adkins Jr.. Lillian had she lived in later that her !; / HONEY.
years
Mellon I
Stump Lillian Garris Lillian Stern- I butterfly hunt she found numbers of j I during this week looking over hi> I

berir I.ucile and Hoy Edwards, Louise beautiful gifts of cut glass, china, property at Hampton Beach the -
Kinzer Frances Lee Peck, Sinclair linen, silver etc. j pleasant little summer resort near WASHINGTON, March 23.-With f ,

Peek Jr., Katie Colley Martyle A hand-painted bride's book, tied Hampton. Dr. Clayton expects to the revenue bill facing several more I I II

Hemingway Vera Claire Robinson with white ribbon was handed the [ lease the beach this season to some weeks of study by tht senate finance ,; ,, i

k Geraldine Johns Dot Bishop Fenella guests and they were requested to'i reft&opsible party and will be here i k I i iI

and Louise Snyder, Billy and Martha write advice to the bride. The dainty \ next season to take charge in person. I !I

).. Powell Louie and Louise Brown William bride's book was made by Miss Olive I Dr. Clayton has a valuable pieceof I l lI ,

'h Edwards Bennle Overstreet, 1'and was ornamented with property in Hampton Beach and HOTEL MARION J I ,
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,. Mary Wiggins. George Haynes Hudson flowers and verses suiing the occassjon. I the continued improvement in roads I II ;

''a 'I Turner Estelle Howze, Vonda' over the county will tend to bring STARKE FLA. I I'I'' t

1' Inman Dorothy and Carol White Miss Nell Stearns accompaniedby more and more pleasure seekers to

I' Inman Green Nettie Dowlin. Miss Iris Epperson sweetly sang the beach each season. It'ls only a Under New Management '' I! N. T. RITCH W. T. WEEKS J. H. BITCH ,

"Out of the World Dear Heart" by short distance from the main Jack- ,I'I I f i
President Vice-Pres. Cashier
MR. QL'ir.LEY EN- O'llara. Miss Blanche Alderman sonville-Tampa highway. He has ,, Center of City j'! 4 I

;, TEKTAINEO BAKACA CLASS charmingly played "Scarf Dance" by many improements planned for the : Excellent Rooms Excellent I''
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Charminade and Miss Ethel Griffin beach to be put through shortly. Steals. I I'i' :' II I II

The young'men tit the Baraca class rendered Mendelssohn's wedding Dr. Clayton was accompanied on I Bradford County Bank

.f the First Baptist church met in march in a stately manner this trip by his son, Lee and Mr. "Ask the I
I business aesion Tuesday evening at Mre. G. W. Alderman. Miss Jessie C. C. Houston. I 1 Traveling Man. iI I I I
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Thomas, Miss Nellie Stearns, Mrs. I ,
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the home of their teacher Mr.
Quhcley.At ,t Geo. C. White and Miss Blanche FOOD SALE FOR WOMAN'S CLUB t tI Established 1889 '

These young men are working up Alderman served an ice course of I I .
'white brick cream with white cake, There will be a food sale tomorrow :
a program to be used in laymen'swork wish to "Bradford County's Financial
in the near-by churches and and favor. of tiny green silk flags afternoon, beginning at two o'clock, announceto I Stronghold"I

i much interest and enthusiasm i is I tityl with a bow of white ribbon. at Hull's store for the benefit of the I( my friends and I I Ii ,

I being shown In this work. Woman' Club. Homemade cakes,

I. The class at this meeting good had the |I LAKE UUTLEIt. candies doughnuts: etc., will be on''' customers that I Capital Surplus and Undivided

I pleasure of having with them Mr.j I'I Mh sale. Buy something good for your ISHAM WILSON I i l

Percy Moulton of the Conservatory Lake Butler 28.-The boys Sunday dinner i
of Music Halifax Nova Scotia who and girls of the senior classes: of the Weller's' Sale is in charge of Miss Mable I j I colored, is no longer : : Profits Over $

i'' I Is an accomplished pianist. Besides :I Christian church were entertained at I' finance committee. !; in my.employ $60,000.00I
I being an accompanist fur the boys in'l-tho' homo of Mrs. Lilly Richard last -- -- I I
'' Friday evening with fish fry. The II EM ING WAV IMPROVING I STEAM
their clasa songs after the busineas'meeting a PSESSING CO.J. .

1 Mr.' Moulton gave several fish was caught in the Richard mill- I' MEVT MARKET I Frank Thoman, Prop. : Ii When you have money we want it; I t tI
special classic selections to the branch the boys having a fine time I

I'1',,: delight of his hearers. i;,:' catching: them. The girls did the ,:!/ Frank Hemingway who runs the PHONE. 52 j.'This j.: .' I When you want money we have it; '

At the clone of the evening Mrs. cookinif Many games were played' I

II II Quigley assisted ,by Mrs. Clara and all had a splendid time. | I II I I IVe pay 4 per cent interest compounded quarterlyWe

Quigley of Halifax N. S., a winter I solicit both small
account
large
j Last Saturday evening !! your or
guest at the Quigley home served a big ,
> the class with light refreshments of crowd gathered at the home of Mr.
, Ilavarian eream and pound cake. !, Bs>b Rivers to hear one of the I

, I I wonders of the world, the radio, and 'II Is FACT Broadcasting""Bobberf :: Bradford County Bank

20TII CENTURY they heard very clearly music in'! I I
Miami also Kansas City New York If the fight against The Arrcn'cnn; Tn!L 75un, and Telegraph

t F CARD CLUH 'f.\l1'lEJ. ; City and other places. The radio I Company of New York chan;; .. with ai: attempt to I II

t, :, has been in service for some time ''I monopolize the air, has: done : 'n.l L inf{ more than bring to i i'', Starke Florida'
j i Tho 20th Century Card Club wait and now some of the citizens have, (it l'j the public a serious consideration of the unquestioned value I :
entertained Friday evening by Mrs. and great usefulness of I
advertising the battle will
in their homes and they expect soon have I
Taylor Belcher at the home other I served a purpose.
to.place: one in the club room.
parents, Col. and Mrs. J. L. l'razeJ"the The New York Commissioner of Plants and .
!truest of I honor being Mrs. Dalton j Air. Structures .
Grover Whalen] who i id
March twenty-fir, Mrs J. E. leading the fight against '
T. Clark, of Jacksonville.The I
Malnea delightfully entertained her "WEAF. has charged that the A. T. & T. has charged '
top score was made by Mr. as high as $100 minute for ; t 1
mther-Ln-law, Mrs. Maines with! asixo'clock { a advertising through its sta .
O. L. Ileiuiley and all first prize she I I tion that
; one band named ,
di''*ner, with a few Intimate I after some famous product I -'
j was presented with a dainty guest would be \
friends present. Those present be introduced and in a few moments the same band J i \ :
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towel. Among the gentlemen Dr. E. 'would be I ;
again introduced ,
sides the honoree were I'r.' J. E.I I IMaines through the air as one named .
L. Diggs made top "score and wes for some other manufactured article. \ .' ..
Mrs. II.
I E. Conner, Dr. j
given a handsome tier Tho consolation -j! SveWr King Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Up to this time the public has believed that the expense'incident =
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prizes hand-painted bridge
, Fowler and Mrs. Onles ('Qn,. to broadcasting was met by the manufacturers -
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cores, fell to the lot of Mrs. I
receiving sets.
Flor.j I I The investment seemed a wise one in that
ence Powell and D. P.
I The honor guest Mrs. Clark Morris and John Langford and I the better and more varied the programmes the greater
Hughes I Register, who'are attending I{ the interest created in radio and the greater the sale of

presented tions for thin with an imported affair./ tea cup. ]i j| the University at Gainesville, were! apparatus. Evidently however some of the big concerns e I MEAT MEANS WARMTH :
pretty
I among J the week-end visitors in whose names have become fan I'Iae! through having their a I
The hostess served tempting r.- |I Lake Butler. special bands and orchestras play for the public have not TO YOUR BODY i
I freshmer.ts of chicken salad, cheese provided this amusement free in return for the advertising

,, pastry bread and butter sandwiches Miss Omie Scarborough, of thestudents they received ; they have actually: paid a good round these the
one During
sum days right food for is all
hot chocolate and whipped cream. A of money for the privilege of "iv;! ;n' -- > your body important ,
of the Florida State p entertainment
t I dainty color scheme of lavender and for College the radio fans. to as it gives strength to ward off attacks of grippe, I
Women Is the guest of her
!i : green was carried out in the decorations f pneumonia and other ills. Meat for
e Without -- instance furnishesthe
, parents for a few days.J. discussing the mer. .S ot the air controvert 'i
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'': The for guests this pretty included acair.Mr. and Mrs. F. Bennett and son, J. P., visited interesting to note the value placed on advertising by the bodily warmth and strength needed to keep the. human I I

U. L. Beailey, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr. his son, Herbert Bennett, at RaiforJ American Telegraph and Telephone Company which itself engine going. Your selection of the best meats should be i
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last Sunday. uses considerable advertising in made. In this .
space newspapers and carefully we offer
and Mrs. N. Steruberir, Mr and Mrs. you --
Judge R. A. Green, of Starke periodicals. If the mere mention of the of
wa name a product
F. F.
Stump Mrs. Inman Mrs. D. T. I I
:J a business visitor in town Tuesday.: is worth $100 a minute then what is the value of the news- Smoked sausage 2 '
Western e
paper as an advertising medium ? The radio Steak ;
1 goes right into 1 1I iI
/ f r. the home but so does the newspaper. The weekly news I Pork Sausage 2Se I

paper remains there, a close friend for at least four or five Pure Lard, 1 pound i Weiniel 2Se I
: days. The radio mention at best familiarizes carton 15e I
f 1 : THE CLUB WOMA.N'S CREED one with Souse
a name : the newspaper tells the home town folk all about Fresh Pork Ham Meat 30e

I / I the product and where it can be bought. In brief, radio whole 20c Armour' Clover

1 f Keep us, 0' God from pettiness ; let us be large in thought, advertising like sky writing fails to serve the public, hence
it i i.e Star Brand Sliced Bloom Butter S5e
destined
in work. In deed. to the end that comes to every novelty. It

Let us be done with fault finding and love of self seeking. i j" astounding however that: it should command prices so Ham 40e t Kingan's Oleomer
r far in excess of those charged by publications. Kingan' Picnic Ham 20c
Judged
May we put away pretense and meet each other face to face proportion tc values!'!, this newspaper! could quadruple its in garipe 3Sc
without aelf and without ,
-pity prejudice advertising and
rates then
t remain one hundred per cent Visit market and
May we never be so hasty In judging and always be gener more economical and a thousand per cent more our see the variety of meats we
effective for
table. Our
ous. than n whisper through the air. carry your guarantee assure you of
their freshness, tenderness delicious flavor
,
I Let us take time for all things ; make us grow calm serene I and best selection.Variety. quality

and gentle. Hair; Bandit appeals to the sensational New York news'.

ti Teach us to put into action our better Impulses straight paper hfadltnvrs. The result is that a common thief I. pictured to
I'I.
I. the youth of the ..
+ forward and unafraid. country the daring heroine of romance while the Meat Market
; I poor little, country paper Is largtinl. at for printing news of a church
5, ;Grant that w. may. realize that It Ms" the., little things that social. .

Ii "create differences" ; that in the big things of life we --
are one. ohll'l08 Johnson United States Senator, says the manufacturer Quality MeatsNext
has Ma,hand In the pocket of the wholesaler the wholesaler has his
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i And may we strive to tOuch and to know the' great common band in the pocket of the retailer and the retailer has his hand In the Door to Bank of Starke Phone i 124

I heart of us all, and, O' Lord let Da not forget to be kind. pocket of the fanner. Then he asks: "Where i I. tbe pocket the farmer
can pt into It afnt tLere." It shouldn't... It Is. poor morals toe
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[ the pastor in charge of the '

day I I The Junior are aiming lorI ENT-Avon

I members part of whom the) D

Bits] of LocalInloriiiatioii @ \ ; have. All boy and girls II (COLUMN

Bale eight' to twelve years, inclusive ,
I are 'invited to join this splendid
I
| Come next Sunday for --- -
:1 I-OK SAL-): Ells for hntchim, fi'ini" ,
( oncerning Our People Business visit with UK.
ana
strain White (I.cirhoin.
a "0 I Evening worship at 7:80. This heavy laying
Progress in the County and Town.
he 1 $1.00 per 15. Two miles west of
an evangelistic service the
Starke. W. N. LaDua. It*
I ,
preaching and having for his I
'" "Not Ashamor, '. Old and FOR SALE-A few bMQtifnilx;

Mrs. O. L. Boasley is in. Alban Misses Edna Manning and Annie : : mhiuli-/ in worship, even the marked Rhode Island CockreU'
Ga., visiting relatives.II. Bello Turner were visitors to Lawtey Mr. ones, no all ices will find .t for ante at two( fifty. They are as
Sunday. and (' :' ",'ootilis the ht-st. Mrs. T. Z. \Vuin-
C. Richard, of Palatka, was a L. : : ---------- wright, Lawtey, Flu. 3-28-3t
visitor to Starke during tho week. Miss Hilda Struth spent Wednes F. I -_ ._-- ---- -- ----
day in Jacksonville. I t Foil SALE--EITBS from heavy producing -
Capt. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan wet I strain S. C. White Leghorn
guests of relatives in Lawtey Sunda;] Better shoes for less money at ; I, 1l .ni.I, lirowii Leghorn hens, $1.25/
Sternberg's. I I far in, at farm or iionnett'ti !store
J. W. Anderson, Sr. attended I to will I| I SiiturdiiV". F. J. Puttee. Stnrke
business matters in Lawtey last Frl Mrs. II. A. Bishop and childrenare and I Uncle Jahn J I Route A. -t.
day. spending '\ few days in Green
Cove Springs with her parents.Mr. 1th I 1 I I scribe oil anearancient W VNTKI'--Responsible man or wo-
Your patronage is solicited and ap; \ tribe film with a sur- I 1 mn In every community In South
plus of sand In craw announced KloriiU to take subscriptions tot
predated. Hotel Marion. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett and
children Gussie Mae and Stanley :Mr. I I rankest of to Jokes,his, that folks"Money'sthe that I the Tampa Daily Times. Liberalcommissions
C. R. Sapp, of Jacksonville was attending and Mrs. Ray Newsom motored to i.I end of the law." No doubthe I I all or spar time. For
to business in Starke Saws Keystone Heights Sunday. believed what hit noodle cons [ particulars, write Circulation Department -
day. e will I I reived-- the light filtered Into I The Tampa Time, Tampa
his bean, and ho wrote it
--- up
Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and ( ) where each I Fla. 12-U-tf
Pay $1.00 and get $2.50 worth ot I I high smug ,
children motored to Lawtey Sundayand pnisor-by could tlgger on what
toilet articles at Turner's Drug spent the day with Mrs. Adkins' : ne might mean. It's vain 'o FOR; SALK Townncnd' Maryland
Store. mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards. I pretend that the law has an Grown Strawberry Plants), tho kind
end!, though its dovota may that grow and produce results. Sea
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn of i die by tho sroro.--for it campson G. C. duly, local agent for rrl-
Girls, don't let the boys kid you will our trail with a hand-hanmi I our
Hampton were visitors, to Stark about your lip sticks. They will be red :lvIII-till Iluelftebuh ces. J 10.>: \V. Townsend, & Sons! Co.,
Friday using them in 1975. This evening fastens the doorl! There's law Salisbury, Md. :3-H-5t
for the -there's law for ,
(Friday) at the Woman's Club house. pauper -
Stanley Adams of Jasper was t a the prince, supponcd to correct BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY,
Mrs. and Mr. Tickk.
Polly every flaw; It started 1 with
business visitor here Monday and tho mnnufucturrrs of a well known
Adam and swelled ever since-
Tuesday.A Cash paid for eggs, chickens and our incomprehensible Law! and widely advertised proprietary
i sweet Kickliter's. There's firkins and tierces and medicine, want a representative In
laughter producing chain ot *potatoes_ __w-_ __ ___ i' cauldrons. and vats, that simmer law each county In Florid Our prop-!
vents from start to finish. This 'In and splutter and boil--The ONiticm i Is attractive and will not a
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and toddles in-and we take off our
evening (Friday) at the club house little daughter Juanitarnd Miss Inez hats-it's takin a I'nll out of man from $200 to $2511! per' month.
t Abemathy spent Sunday in Brooker Oil! Let the battle wax norca Character and ability count more
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill, of Lawtey, over puddle and tierce, while the than money In 80 I l.t Ion. Write UH
with Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen
lucre flows out in stream
were visitors to Starke Monday a a your qualifications and if satisfactory
i and unless you are blind, you
morning. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and \ : are certain to And l that the law we will explain our propaHition -
will I of the land is supreme! to you_by letter TILE NATIONAL
children, Hugh, Jr. and Mary spent
Mr*. Josephine Edwards is in Sara- I : RRMKDY: : COMPANY
week in DeLand
several days last
sola visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. O. with Col. and Mrs J. E. Futch. in 6A NIs I I'oHtnllldStation, G, Jacksonville
Daniels. I : Floruln, :.1-3l-2t.
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Judge R. A. Green returned Tuesday an : SuP """ UKAIITHK
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bryan and son
from where he I
morning! Perry TELKfiKVPHF0
Wesley of Lawtey were in Starke addressed a large gathering. of voters |{ ALL LIK'AL HAPPENINGS
Monday on business. of Taylor county the previous day. .
-- ----
Messrs. G. A. Anderson and Jack
Will time ever come when the will !
Howe were among the Lawteyites in w/>men will rule the business and ed ,tfnnJlln ,.
town first of the week. professional life of the nation while i II ,- JIJDJf\ J.l .u.\\ t 1,0\
the men stay at home to keep house < : I ] I
Men, how about that straw lid?
and attend the babies? See "Mrs.
Plenty of 'em at Sternberg's.Messrs. ,
it'
and Mr. Polly Tickk." I \ FIAf

J. W. Andrews, Jr., O. A. :
In D. Ritch Green of Spartanburg, S. is .
Andreu and W. J. Epperson were [ ,
Lawtey on business Saturday.Miss C., and Lloyd Green of Ocala came be I \
,Wednesday to be with their mother ,
Hilda Lewis has gone to Jacksonville Irs. A. If. Green, who is seriously ac b t I
to accept a position with the ill. : I Before the advent of the Savings
Western Union Telegraph Co. istic y--S.---w i I : 'M Dank people who saved their earning
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. that resorted to all sorts of expedients to
r.
Earl Roberts and Ras Brlnson G.' A. Anderson of Lawtey and Mrs. I
and tho old
hoard it for safe keeping;
students at the University of Florida II I. L. Brownleo left Tuesday for a :
spent the wo<;k-cnd here with rela motor trip to St. Petersburg, Dunedin i : f wool sock was a favorite depository.Even .
tives. and o Jher points In South Florida. a to-day thi* provincialism Is
: practiced; often (to the sorrow of the
Get your spring suit made to Spanish North Carolina and Florida our : :: : ( : : saver. Money 'hoarded in a nock or
measure by Nat Sternborg. peanuts at Kickliter's. I la not only lain
and I' box: or what not]
i but l 1.1
and
lire
liable to theft
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn, of Hampton t Special at Turner's Drug Store-
motored here Sunday and were I With each bottle of Cocoanut Oil i 1 "dormant money"earning noth(
the guests of Mr. and !Mrs. F. A. I Shampoo and Cocoanut Almond I M ing.
Scott. I Cream purchased together we will ; Make your money "lively"
give $1.50 bottle of Complexion .
"' alert and doing by depositing
and J. J. lay
, Messrs. Enoch Griffis Bloom free. .
I McLeod of Lawtey were among next ''I it In the Savings( Department -
those* attending: to business matters Mrs. Mary Wynn, of Jacksonille I r of thin"Hank.. MAin: IT AN I
here last week. la spending this week here with her ; EARNING POWEK.
brother J. W. Andrews Sr. Mrs. 1! I
Field peas, all varieties at J. F. Wynn visited her daughter, Mrs. ven (Remarks about Interest paid ,
Kickliter's.' Eddy of Alachua :for several days .. if desired)
before coming here. Jo I .

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard of r I OFSVARKF.
-- ------- ----------- THE BANK
--- HU
Palatka, spent Tuesday here with The n.u.k. of Hi-pfnl! Srrvicr<<
Mr. and Mrs A. M. Darby and Mrs. I' hark, Florida

Emma Richard.Mr. I E- KEEPING I .

!Mr. and ,
and Mrs. E. II. Smith I
Mrs. F. L. Turner motored to Jack1 .
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--
sonvillo Saturday to. attend the

Shriners' circus.! I GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY

Miss Emmie Harris oi Atlanta who H ERB'S I I MAN & RITCH

is director of the play 'Mrs.; and Mr. ANOTHER.Foe ONE IiiMU.K.\T: : : Till-, BEST l r.:AIHNG
of Miss I
Polly Tickk", is the guest voue.BOOK. INSl!; ;: UAN( E: ('OMI'ANIES. FIUL

'Aileen Alvare ., ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE,
BONUS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee returned Sun OL' Tl/AER./ ,
day afternoon from Palatka where MADE PROMPTLY
she was the guest of her daughter, -- -

Mrs. A. V. Long. r

Wives, bring your husbands to see "COULD BET1EK IEKT11IZER BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE II"
Tickk" and you N.,... hurfn* ..! mat new Jmnfmfj ,.Ie.lld.t .ur "SIMOS.. PURR" and GEM'
"Mrs. and Mr. Polly ) *hlch k... ..... Ih. BUndird. .i will never again hear them say: rld gr.w.r.. Prlc. .t..,. Hght. Quality ....*..01.,*... nut Ih. eh..p..t.t Ik* !...<
"Where is that dollar I gave you ....,... AI.. 'rle. ll.u .! Iiu.etlri4c.. ap..,..., U...... and lluu. Mil Al..-
last week?" hSs A ND will ADM b. ...1'. writ I0r .n..

E 0. Painter Fertilizer Jacksonville, Fla
The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. : -FAt ( I
C., will meet next Wednesday afternoon 4 Ii i
at thirty-three at the home of

Mrs. W. L. Wall. INSURANCEThal's

Mrs. E. F. Ballsieper and baby of,
South Manchester, Conn. have been''I
Our Business
visiting! at the home of Mr. and. Mrs.R.

S. Humphries.Mr. I FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
2Z I j
and Mrs. E. R. Neff and children AUTOMOBILE BONDSAgency
Margaret and Ed Jr., returned :1' .may ,
Wednesday after spending several Established 1886 I

days In Jacksonville. J. R. DAVI & CO.

Everwear hose in all colors $1.00 : )

$1.50, $2.00 at Sternherg'i, I




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BRADFORD COUNT: TELE GR.\1, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 28. 192t

PAGE SIX !-- -
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._ M -= -- -- ;A1>V1SE* AGAINST:

I INCREASE OFCOTI'OS r YOUR BODY NEEDS i ii I Jensen-Good progress being made
in construction of quay bridge spanning

IF FARMERS and FARMING ACREAGE : Indian river. ASPIRIN
( STRENGTH OF IRON
i By Clarence Ousley I Tnvares-Plans being mud for ex-

y I (Former Aast Sec'y of Agriculture) i years ago physicians ,, tensive street paving in this city..--- ----

) 1.\I' lImS AND TRfCkERS AUK INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE I THIRTY:\ to :prescribe becaut-e hide's it provided I I I Bushnell-Contract let for erection Beware of Imitations!

METHODS FOUND: The most important statement yet I school
AIUICI.ES (>IUUI EXPERIENCES: AND I a form of 1-"1I which was of $2 ,000 public building.

'10 UK IIEST SUITED TO OUR CO I'' NTYUUKAL made concerning cotton \production
-_. .. .. -- --------------,. -- for 1921 comes from the Departmentof the teeth. Now is the sea on when'' to begin
\\. :.- -- =.:: -- :.- OUN'l'Y--.- Agriculture. The Department has you especially need' it. Your druggist :' East Coast railway. shops g
tTiit.\CiS h KU.VI has it,in both liquid and tablet soon \
COMMON SENSE AOEMTS': HEPOUT9Okeuchobee mado a comprehensive survey of To two for youTMlf I I East Fort Myers-Construction of
world, conditions and advises American Free Trial I Tablets t the houuh-i.uiiainie.
value or (;odds P.tn'.'Mui''lnn. write todDY ,, new bridge spanning CalooshatchU DATER
Keeping the Shoats Coming/ (II. P. Pearson) : Re- I farmers not to increase their output fur fwnrroutt. Trial' Plicknuo of Tablet, rind river on Tamiami trial completed.
this Increase many.-u4. numo and address to
year except as may I no I
cent cold wave did little damage here. M. J. Urcttcnliach Co.. 8J Wurron St.. N. Y. I Florida Public Service company or-

t Dy Spuds JohnsonWhat's Truck crops are looking fine; bean ( result from favorable weather and :' anized to take over properties of
improved farming methods which der I I
shipments are still heavy. Inoculated Dude'speptoangan Public Service company Orlando Gas

finer than seeing a bunch of 72 hogs this week for cholera control. : crease the cost of production. Concerning i company, Florida Ice & Power
cotton tho Department : I iJemal
pigs wrestling) with their breakfast, says company and Eustls Light & Power
"In the light of business I
old mother HOW stretched out on Late general
the Putman (D. A. Armstrong): .
company.
i
her side freely und fully exposing cold has retarded all crops such as conditions, the cotton market gives Tonic and Blood Enricher I Fellsmcre-Construction of new .
Unless the CroHs"
a comparatively good price. It must you see "Dnyrr on
the breakfast to her offspring, grunts watermelon and cUCumUur I :
If rtatoas, I $250,000 plant of Standard Agricul- package or on tablets you are not getting
be '
remembered that
from both old and young now and but did no serious damage. a large crop if \I FLORIDA WEEKLY tural Chemical corporation progres- the genuine Buyer Aspirin proved

then vouching for the sublime happiness I secured by Increased acreage and expensive -I INDUSTRIAL REVIEW sing rapidly. safe by million. and presoribed by

and contentment of the whole Pasco (J. A. Shealy) : Visited Her- production methods, would Fort Pierce-Contract let for con- fbynicians over twenty-thrco years for
finer than tend) to result in a decline in price, I ; ; Colds. ITeailiuJjo
family? Yea, what is I nando County Creamery and Investi- UrltdentllwnbeinlC made forerection struction of new high school building
which might than offset Toothache Lumbago'
more
that Its of work and organization any theatre
gated plans of $70,000 building. 'ellsmere-Large! deposit of peat Neuritis Rheumatism:
resulting reductions In cost due to
i Pork may be Milling! for less than for our farmers, among whomwe higher yields. Cocoa-City purchases new fire containing high percentage of ammoniates .- Neuralgia Pain, I'alit

nothing, and there may be no demand hope to get action looking to As to that is equipment. discovered in this district.( Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
already
acreage
for breeding hogs, but the farmer creamery and dairy promotion soon. being Winter Pufk-Work to start at only. Each unbroken package centainsproven .
$ determined Rockledge-Street paving !:
in the preparations the I II I .
this look at feels direction handy boxes of
who has to prosperity. once on $230,000 paving project.ClermontPreparations .
farmer has made. His intentions and rushed to completion. I, : twelve tabloid rant few cents. Druggists $ -
Ha has somethin worth more Madison (B. E. Lawton) : Placed
plans cannot well be changed except Florida Pineapple rowers' Association completefor also sell bottles of 21 and 10(1.A ( .
than all the money. He has the happiness 500 baby chicks this week; ordered establishment of large German .l irin is the trade mark of Bayer -
slightly by unforeseen conditions of estimates 1024 at near
which comes from contact four carloads of fertilizer, coopera crop colony on 3,300-acre tract bordering Manufacture of Monoacetlcaciiotiter of
3' with and love for animals he raises tively. Cold weather did no harm to weather, for he has planted in part, ly 200,000 crates.St. Lake Louisa. Salicylicacld.

will ina he has secured seed and he has made Augustine-St. Augustine Ice
and feeds and tends. tobacco plants; setting! begin .--

Right now in the spring of the year few days.Seminole. provision for his entire farming pro- ,company begins business in new TRAIN HITS WAGON:

the average farmer is getting ready gram. Hence the acreage is already plant, capacity increased. CONTAINING: DYNAMITE PREVNTIONI :::

to receive and provide for his first (B. L. Whitney, Jr.) : practically fixed, though there will South Jacksonville-Florida Paper I I better tens cure. Tat+'. Pills taken in

crop of pigs of the ycitr. lie is seeing Growers shippers and bankers have be no statisttical calculation of it for Mills company to build new plant and DENVER, Colo.-A Denver and tUllO.are nut onl,a rem..ly for but prevo..eI .

that' the sows have plenty of good agreed to try an experiment in advertising some weeks. ". spur railroad. Rio Grande Western passenger train I SICK HEADACHE
: In the common judgment of the Ldiousn, cunaipadoe sad kindred divan
a Succulent feed and are in the best celery. New Orleans is to trade of HalStin/s-Total of 18,373 acres bound here from Telluride last night ,I .
I agricultural observers and
of health. he bombarded at an early date with i of three of the professional forecast- planted to early Irish potatoes in struck a wagon containing one ton< of Tutt's Pills

i' The hog is one of our indispensablefarm little pamphlets containing/ celery ing bureaus of the United States this vicinity.St. dynamite at Fort Lewis crossing, 'I
animals. It be true that reccipes, addressed to housewives.
may near here. The dynamite did not
bond issue
there will be an increase of Petersburg-$225,000 -
some of us eat "too much meat," but acreage explode and no one was hurt. Train I I r :.
this of from 3 to 6 to be voted for new school build-
the fact remains that "we are going I Walton (J. W. Mathison): Our far year per cent. ing. officials said the dynamite failed to ,.
Quotations of
to eat meat. We farmers are mers bought several carloads of fer- prices and actual con explode because of cold weather and Beats Bobbed Beauty
Miami hotel
tracts made for future -$1,000,000 buildingto
reflect r
deliery
!going to have a continuous demand lizera cooperatively this week. They because it contained a low '
be percentageof
the erected soon.
4 I for pork and bacon, and nobody 3 is are about ready to plant corn. Every expectation of a larger acreage Cotton nitrojflycerine. 'I
and larger consumed during January
) going to produce it but us. We may thing looks like a bumper crop this a crop.
If prices are to be lower it behoovesthe I amounted to 576,604 bales of lint and
get little for It for some years we year; farmers are in better shape PASS DEFICIENCY BILLWASHINGTON. I
farmer to reduce his 40,281 of linters, as compared with II
less than worth. But in cash I costs of Ii I
may get It I la than in years; they are paying I
production. The he 461,500 bales of lint and 40892 of
the long run we will get enough to be for their fertilizer and are planting; only way can do : The first ':
delci-
that in considerable linters in December. Exports during !
any degree is by
paid for making it. One thing certain, a hog-and-hominy
crop. bill of the session
d increasing the aero yield. Assumingthat January totaled 546,253 bales.. Cot- ency carrylm
arc never !going to get United
you the farmer ton spindles active during the month $150,871,000, passed the senat
States folks to quit the porker. Santa Rosa (J. G. Hudion) : Farmers follows good farming
methods, there are but two elements aggregated/ :33,331,806.JacksonvilleCheekNeal: Among the items included was $105-
of of Southerners still buying fertilizers and
The are
prgram some us Coffee 000,000 for refunds of taxes illegally I I
<< is "the cow, and sow and the other supplies cooperatively. affecting acreage yield, viz. the collected.
weather and the company erects new addition to
boll weevil. care
hen. I have been telling of what I "

I thought of this program. I began Liberty (A. W. Turner) : Delivered With an indicated increase of for increasing business. (In effect Nov. 11 I ..z6a'r ,
Fort 1023)
Myers-$140,000 addition to
acreage and an indicated decrease in
with tho hen two weeks ago; last a carload of cooperatively ordered SouthboundNo. -

i week I told what I thouht of the fertilizer to our farmers this week. price, therefore,.ho cotton farmer's Franklin Arms Hotel nearing comple- 1 reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m.

cow; and now I am finishing up with I best hope of profit lies in preparationfor tion. No. 3, 10:59: a. m. ewV7QoA

the old sow. Osceola (J. R. Gunn) : We had a boll weevil control. Every state Melbourne-Brevard County Power No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00 p. m.

: agricultural college, every county company negotating for purchase of No. 15, Limited, 1:16
It may be true that with us Florida stump-pulling demonstration for the p. m.
agent and the National Boll Weevil Melbourne Utilities company. NorthboundNo. -
people the hen and the cow are I special benefit of new farmers one
Control Daytona-Plans being made to effect 2 reaches Starke 4:16 r[
Association have the information : a. m.
farmers attended.
I
r r more popular than the sow. But none day; many '
by which civic improvements at cost of No. 4, 4:26: p. m.
Is most Important In the general pro- : every farmer No. 20, Cedar Key 8:50 Bobbed-hair met its Waterloo at
$250,000.
: a.
gram. Marion (K. C. Moore): Many farmers who wills to do so may escape weevil No. 16, Limited 5:57 m. Berkeley, Cal.. when Virginia Martin -
loss and make a profit cotton Buahnell-$030,000 bonds issued p. m. Los Angeles) Junior with long
Folks, you can't get away from the are replanting their truck upon Wannee BranchNo. I
under for building 92 miles of hard-surfac- tresses, won easily over twenty
weather condition
average
BOW! and pigs. They are like the cow crops-injured by recent cold-while ed road in Sumter 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. bobbed-hair rivals as the school
county. '
i when it comes 'taking scraps from others are turning to other crops. American railroads No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. prettiest girl and Queen of_tW

t \ the farm and changing them into valuable expended more T. J. GRIFFIN, I Campus.
FLORIDA HANKERS SEND I than $3,000,000,000 last wearfor
Agent
food. The sow Is the stand-by
for materials fuel, supplies and
: that hangs the hnm in the smokehouse BOYS TO AGRI. COLLEGE ,
maintenance of equipment.
4 that produces the best sausage
Fort .
Myers-Polk & Company'sKralll'fruit :
and,paro-ribs man ever ate, and that Club boys sent to college by the
canning factory begins s z c m
'
gives that "most perfect shortening." State Bankers Association of Flor- erations. op s

is Stand by the sow. And she will keep ida have "delivered the goods," to
I Live
the shoats and contented days a-corn- use a phrase not unfamiliar to bankers Uncle John be voted Oak for-city$168,000 Improvements.bond issue to What Is A Farm Day?

# In. and other business men.
Clearwater-New hotel building to
Seven such boys have been sent to .Of the several problems of be erected on Sever site. "The farmer must be able to earn a living by working

E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER the University of Florida to pursue Import-you bet the like other business
mighty Tarpon Springs-Work started on reasonable hours, any man or wage
4, ( COMPANY GIVING I courses in agriculture. Five of them Editor knows! Be it furrin' relations new Eagle street bridge spanning earner," essays a city editor in a recent enlightening edi-

are still in school; one dropped out or mighty world-court, Anclote
AWAY 1921 ALMANACS river.
roull find that the Editor
after his first year as he was 22 years Panama torial.Enlightening because it to show how durn much
I knows. His verdict is righteous City-New depot erected serves
old and an orphan and another quitto an' right oft the bat-the Atlanta still in urban sanctums to all things
a Recognition of the development pro- by & St. Andrews Bay Rail- ignorance persists as
Florida horticulturally and agriculturally become a missionary. The average I cell is easier 'n skinnln a cat,- road company.
grade of those boys in all subjects is sad hell show a fool president rural.The
P is reflected in the advertising right where he's at-for you Marketing organizations of farmers I farmer will not soon, probably not ever, enjoy an ,

columns of this paper. Tho Interested 85.4 several points above the college bet the Editor knows! did more than $2,000,000,000 worthof eight, ten or twelve-hour day EVERY day of his year. a

G 't reader will note by advertise average. Every boy has passed In .In wide-world diplomacy he is business last year.BontonContract On the average farm worked by one family, and that .:

ment of the E. O. Painter Fertilizer every course taken. a peach,-you see, the Editor to be let for con- farm will feed this country for the most part, the sixteen j

t Company in this Issue that he is invited The first scholarship club boy to and knows sews; he up plugs the every breach chasm,-it's struction of bridge spanning coastal and eighteen and twenty-hour day for somebody on the J
graduate will be Baker of
Milledge
to write them for a copy of the plain that the Editor knows. canal, connecting Dixie highway with farm will be the rule at certain seasons.

1024 Almanac just published. These O'Brien, Suwanee county. Boys'Club He lands with a buT on Ocean boulevard. Until a federal injunction will restrain the storm clouds

I are issued at heavy expense and are a Agent .R W. Blacklock, in the powers that be-no geezerso Palma Vista-Local business men from giving the new mown hay a bath, and until weeds quit 1

valuable reference book for anyone speaking of Baker, recently said, "lie apt or when impulsive the as he takes, and purchase 70-acre tract to be developed growing when the clock strikes 5 P. M., and until husky
ne stops enemy
interested fruit raising or truckingin worked his way thru school: supplementing to a tree,-Gol-darn it, the as residential subdivision.Fort heads: of the herd quit breaking pasture fences, and until .

? Florida his scholarship money with Editor know.! Pierce-Contract awarded for" horses quit going lame in the midst of plowing, and until ,J

earnings from his work on the campus As a moulder of sentiment he consruction of new $100,000 high blight, and drought, and mildew and aphis, weevil and I ,
and school farm. Members of the is -and this the community
supreme school building. grub, and bug, and worm, and mould, and rot declare fora

Political Man: :gerJ; faculty and) staff will back up my of his fancy knows,-is and sometimes the flight a Pensacola-Contract to be let for six-hour day, the farmer will fight for the life of his crops.
statement that he is one of the hard-
It's that the
scream,- proof constructing 7-mile section of Pensa-
est working students that ever attended Editor !knows! lIe wallops the cola-Flomaton road. a The Department of Agriculture tells us the farmers' revenue

the University of Florida. welkin in front of the mob. hat grown 'J60OtiO,000 in a year and the money bags of the
St.
"He has been elected to Zeta To bring home the bacon ii part Petersburg-Plans being made East shout from the housetops, "Look at thatV.! have not
,. Alpha of his job, and his life is a lurid, for erection of new $300,000 theatre yet been told how many millions of added expenditure has beet
national honorary agricultural fraternity perennial throb, Lord bleu him, and office building. on the back of the man who tilt the ,oil.L .

y t and to Phi Kappa Phi the ..(. Editor knowsl! West Palm -
Peach
-$375,000:
ar highest scholastic honor any studentcan tract let for erection of new con ( Where Wreckers Work I
apartment
win at Florida. Tho
Board of
i Control, recognizing his worth, hasalready and Second building at North Olive street L'!t us hope that the movement to unify the divorce laws

elected him to fill a responsible '' pats South avenue. of the United States, so that men and women may no longer

position at the Everglades Experiment 2r, eEp1NC of Jacksonville Construction be made criminals in one state while they may lead lives of
new $110,000 "
apartment bunding complete laxity in another
Station his state, immune even from the
graduation
in June." upon to begin March 15. punishment of public censure, will find a responsive chord

Fort Pierce-Plans being made to in the hearts of all Americans.The .

Each year the bankers' association sink additional well in western divorce evil does not start the
sets aside $300 for three part at altar. It begins
scholarshipsto of city to Increase water in the school. Too
supply of
children have
club boys the winners being selected Don't in many our only a bowing
get too busy spring to remember West Palm Bench
-County acquaintance with the ten
commandments.
com Also, too
central by the and club southern agent districts from western of the, ; the vegetable garden.Subscribe missioners planning $250,000 road of our parents fail to disentangle the four factors that many have

and bridge program for this season. formed the rock on which the American nation has been
state. The selections
are by competitive Avon Park-Contract let for erection built-the school, the church the home, and the govern-

examinations. If the winner )snot for of new high school building and ment. Each has its part to play. *

.. a high school graduate, he is auditorium.Fort We
must
\- : start by restoring these high moral standards
; not a highschool graduate he is
( '\ : The Telegraph Pierce-Approximately 750 that marked the pilgrims, who built this land of ours. We
urged to finish high school work. .
: carloads of must
citrus f "hipped from bring back a proper appreciation of Industry
Mrs. F. lith Lena1.1.\ lit Ft However, his scholarship Is respect
money St. Lucie county *b a deeper understanding
InL has been ,, ',-ettd 1 by sanctity and a better understand
War e. never available until h. enters college. -
Mayor Shark of 100.14. .eha tog Thirteen boys in SIGNS YOU CAN BELIEVE IX ing of what the home Is, and what. its preservation means
are now high
to
manage his rap,11f11 for tw: Gov.rnor.hip a1OTLWsWatch : us.
If breath la bad and hiveprlla
of Indiana. school preparing for coil gs. your of swimming in the brad you, poor for symptom cf worms In your Grave danger exists in the trend toward( so-called forward

Scholarships have been won, as a appetite, conatipntinn and a, (general no- children. These p tr.c t i the: great looking thought (in relation to religion.- Marriage hall
No Worms in a flesh .v.:uV rule, by boys who would have other- account feeling, it is a sien your liver is destroyers of cu.J 1 i. :, jii Lave come to be an agreement
not
reason to think your < l 11. :rms, act a sacrament, and divorce.
,. wise not be able torpid. The one really dcnrndable
All chUJr troubled with Wornhealth -a III- to attend college, remedy Instead of
quickly. Give tho 1 1. i > dom or being frowned upon, is made the subject of the
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?color.whlrh IndkalM pooi "u Ias. due to lack of for all disorders in thel.Yer. stomach .
a incentive.The
u!.. there U mar or I earn tow I" bona money or and bowels is Hrrbin<< *. It seta powerfully I tw of White'*Crcntn Worms vaudeville joke.
''T, C.KOVC TASTELESS; CHILL IXl r\'JU- on the liver t-rrnirtbon' digestion cannot exist whrri! t- ltd and Our fathers and mothers well denounce
those
who
l.rly for two or ihrr. ww'a..wll'! .basal. Qilabe 7-at;; Dow Rat Artec T>* Itaei flee the bowels. and restorer<< a fine feline successful remedy ii i 1. :rives out would undermine the may of
.S the and hoe stability our let
sm.y"I ., worms r r-> -v nf government, bat
!flail 0-..' ,I e ._ .,A.. ..1 .. ..N t U.b Ne. t-oad by health to baby cheek. o-.o.;I SoIJ by '. 04. : > -:: : ... a than O.as --r
throw offer -.,"I rh*worn*, rla ." ,w'lbe {br soy,ee vHfhmt c'"i perfect; health. FlMMat. _, s -x-vlC& j lotlichc.d. LWGkJ l3tJaaaw.n ;; ALL DRUGSTORES All b Stor4



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MARCH 28, 1924 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVHN

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-- -- u baby is interesting, but you ask radicalism have on Kemal Pasha and 300 FLORIDA BOYS GO

yourself, Why does Providence send his modern wife in the knickerbockers TO CITIZE MILITARY: !

: ThisVeek a nineteen POUND baby to a human ? And how much did Kemal's TRAINING CAMPS: : 'I
mother weighing 130 pounds, and a Russian Bolshevist friends have to -

ninctren-OUNCE baby to a female, do with kicking out the Caliph? Charles Carroll, of Monticcllo! First I
hour weighing 300 pounds? There'sa -- i
:Man To Sign Up 1featbltn
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trood reason, of course, but who can The J. L. Case Company, that I
understand it? makes threshing machines and other A
I Five hundred Florida young men
-- things for farmers, skipped a dividend tS
will be given month's outing at
U G. Wells tells school teachers and the stock dropped with an unpleasant I
-"shy, retiring' souls," he calls them I thud last week. Things of Government expense at the Citizens' "

... -"to buck up, be arrogant to take that sort may cause financial ")lest Military Training Camps, which will'' eaII.
By Arthur Brisbane hold of the world." minds" to interest themseles in the be held this summer, according to I .

He says teachers alone can improvelife. poor farmer. What happens to tint Major B. C. Rlloy Civilian Aide for '
LABOR IS I'OWEIt. That's true, anti that 1 is what isn't so importunt in the realm of 'I Health Is one of
Florida who "Three hundred Ihe i
:
say
CLAIMING THE ETHER. teaching began. high finance. But what happens: to things your latest 9,
THE 19 POUND JUDY --0---: STOCKS is most important. And ten applicants ore already in, and It brings familyl

THAT POOR CALIP. If teachers, from Socrates, -- many are being received' dally.: A I But health happiness ssss

Aristotle and Plato, to the young "Can a man succeed after forty" large number of toys who attended l bYguod ti holc'aome must: be

Ram"uy MacDonald, managing woman that teaches your little boyin Real success is usually made after camp last summer havt. signified Sgfsp3iSl :; 1

cantlously the Labor government the public school, hadn't "taken :forty. You can't judge moderns by their intention to return, and they from
that manage the British Empire, hold of, the world" civilization Alexander, Napoleon, Pitt, Keats or
are busy enlisting a number of their b= ly true of
has trouhlu with thu most radical wouldn't be where it Is now.o such prodigies. It taken thirty years
followers. friends to go with them. Charles r
MacDonald properly
sensibly wantsto now to get the start of an education, ;
complete the great irrigation To in Carroll, Jr., of the senior class of the they are
understand what the drop forty to get half an education, eighty
system in the Sudan, to help cotton the French franc means to Frenchmen to .get a fairly good education. You Monticello High School, has tho distinction when sC1f-risiiitrt'''. :.Tany times
growers, increase crops and general imagine the United States winning : are hardly ready for real work until of being the first Florida place of .. is u!:
welfare. Radical labor men,*_ay a war, and then finding ,rts! I forty. boy to send in his application for the good plain flour and die

private individuals own the cotton dollars worth less than 20 centsapiece I .- camp e salts are baking:: Powder-the

fields, and they don't believe in doing with bread at 50 cent" a loaf, Somebody discovers, with horror, Lint year Polk county sent forty- foodss fiat r sogb'Y t.nd! heavy

anything for private party. I eggs, $4 a dozen, etc. I that large,: sums of money are spent four men, the greatest number of anycounty
The irrigation which in the and the nine
on state
gigantic -0-- ;
I (I I taking care of insane aliens. That Don't
sums. have been already spent, millions I high schools nf (he county are making talco Chances
Kemnl Pasha, now boss of Turkeyand I being the case, aliens should be kep I Use
of pound would give employ ,, an effort to urjuiil if not surpass able brand of Do re1i.
the Mohammodan world, tries experiments out, says the horror-stricken ones. ooldng
ment In the Sudan and guarantee a I the record of 1023: according to C. A. plain fiVU1' Powder and
almost as radical as our What about the thousands of millions Then
cotton supply to England. But that prohibition. Ire will! end the caliphate of dollars that aliens, not insane, Parker, county superintendent.Any sure ofhetItliful 'Ot1 will be
makes no difference to radical" between 17 and 21 bakmgsthLlt31'r3
doing away with the powers of have added to the wealth of the young man easily: digct 'cl.
-0- this all-powerful religious head, sup- i United States? What about .the fact years of age, physically fit, is eligible
Sometimes reaching out too far is for one of the training camps, whi..hwill Remember \
posed to .represent Mohammed, and that they build practically all the
dangerous. People have fallen out inherit his authority.The I railroads, most of the other road, be held from July :3rd to August found anrdlil1g hLi3 never \
of windows doing that. The Telegraph '' tat at Camp MvClellan near Anniston to take the
Caliph, Prince Abdul Medjid and that they contribute at least 60 Cf the tried place j
and Telephone Company does Effendi will be driven out, and not I per cent to the building of all houses 1Doesn't Alnbllml'ort; Bragg, near of and tested:; method .
pretty well for its stockholders and allowed to take the treasures of the that count? Fayetteville, N. C.; and Fort Bar- using plain Iiour",,,I rood
itself with firm of I ram-as, near Pensncoln, Florida The insPowder<< b.1k. ,
monopoly com- twliphate with him. inpreparini.
munication by wire on the surface of That is as serious a step to Mo- I cbOLIDCE: PLEDGES AID 'government furnishes transportation! oIIlOusewivcs b 11 the earth. That ought to be enough. hajnmedans as it would be to Cath- fond, clothing, laundry, and all other bp actual experience now know i

The important patents of radio are olics if Mussolini. were to drive out WASHINGTON. Promise was expenses' and attendance at any one preparations that many !
dead or dying. And the bitterest the Pope and seize the property of made by Prcsiden Coolidge/ in lie of the camps do<'s nut constitute any I take their that arc claimed to '

enemy of single tax will admit that the Vatican. khowledging,: the result of the North present or future contract for enlistment and place are worthless
the should in the Army, Militia, or any dangerous to 1
people own the air. -0The Dakota presidential primary "to Ile
other military obligation.Mr. !cause they fail
-0--- advocate all the to There
harem of the Caliph is in des- legislation, use leaven.
George L. Clements Secretaryof r.o
Housewives for miles around flockto pair and the Caliph's eunuchs have administrative forces of the government comp.tnson. j
the Chamber of Commerce
Ogdensburg, N. J.,.to see Mrs. Wil- refused food for three days. That and organize private enterpriseto I IIS
Bartow, "Aftr investigation,
liam Henlon's "little: boy," just born probably won't help the Caliph. The give sound economic relief whereit say OJJurnet. J

and weighing nineteen pounds. Such I question is, What effect' will all this is needed." I find to place that together the object young of men the campsIs of tho and Powder Is known to be one Baking sure

highest type from nil sections of the I positive aid to

rj country, on a common: basis of bakings that Ire sUccessful

j j ..- equality, under the most favorable | Sweet and wholesome always pure
conditions of outdoor life, for the I
"YOU. JSJEED JCSTO ILo .. ; purpose of stimulating! and promoting | That's the reason its

Forty-four years ago Marcus L. ahead in his law In 1002 he was I r! citiennhip, patriotism, and AmericanIsm other times as sales are
Bell millionaire vice-president and admitted to the Bar and opened a I Wf11T: I ." I brand much as any
., general counsel of the Chicago, law office over a grocery .store. I f HADLCYi rotf- Application Murk bo hud ,
bv I
may
I Rock Island and Pacific Railway In 1903, he closed up shop, and .
.i. was born in the "poor section" of working his way to Chicago as a I JJ ....rv writing to tho Civilian Aide for C. M. I PACKED IN TIN
Pine Blur, Arkansas freight handler, he entered the T. C., Gainesville, Florida -KEEPS
The family: was extremely poor.I University of Chicago Law School I h<' waR mode General Attorney. InY"I I STRENGTH INItlltLlCAL
]nc Bell started life an an er- Returning to Pine muff, he tried 1014, he wax made General: Solicitor HEAD
ran I boy there. I" studied by the real estate law, but made little and put in charge of all trio 'IIE: I
light: of a kero-ji'ne lamp. When he money. Answering an advertise company's litigation. On June 2'b' TELEGRAPHALL ..
w,. I 1.:;:; jc.irs old lie entered: college ment in the Chicago Tribune for a 1917, or thIrteen yea.ami. ono ,da/ FOR LOCAL HAPPENINGS: !I -
and,' 1 worked ht: way through stenographer in the Hoek Island from the day he started, 1111 a eta ----- --- --I HALL PLAYERS I It. Investigate accident! causes,
H's! In. >t "job" was a.. teacher of Railway, he finally secured the po- noginpher, Bell was made Vicepresident j
It' .,\I. I d'c, ui a boy's. school, at Mtion at $iGn a month. I and General Counsel of }ooooooeoo 9 ooooooeeoo< 1 i iI Father Time stated that baseball which newspapers throughout the
I'"arl'Ark, During I bis; spare lie worked 14 hours a day but the whnle I Hock Islam,) :Svtitt'Kl: tiie in Bible I country am now helping to do, to
tim" he mastered shorthand. j received no extra compensation; for highest position attainable. was "IIIYl'd even days point the way for proper remedied! "
T* for court his labors. In 1909, after having Bell's magnificent- home is in Gained : Ho stated:
>t re wr.p nn c ;1 4. (!ivu
stnnngrnpher in Pine Bluff, and he I[ started at the very bottom and! Pine Bluff. His r'a is: "Novel1 Kvi l safety in j jI
: stole first and Adam stole
b-j.pd for the chance lIe wall !', Himblng step by step he was | grumble once. Work like th -ry school; ;;;
K\en n trial and made good! With!\ hosen Assistant General Attorney|:devil. Save something out of very 8 Ten Pounds second, 6. Make thorough analysis of J
the Court he forged' ot the Road. The following April dollar make. Be patient. I Ii
this (sire into you Mrs. Ccorso! S. darter, of Saint Peter umpired the genie, traffic movement; regulations and l lfncllllcs I

Columbus; u.: she suffered Mi'hei-c-n went to the well with a as needod In each city. '

.. -- ---------- severely v.jth female
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"I hud to KO. to bed and While; Ruth In the field won fame; Cure a Cold .In One l>"'-vk
rr:; i stay nmfli'n"f I ,, t-\o weeks ata '.... .AXAT1VK riBOMO QIIINI:' r (T 11.,., ii'ii'To
laC time," says Mrs. Hunter Col; lath/ wan snick out by David.A aov tim l' | Bud, I II..,..."hn 8",1... o. .1n n
eql ,
I IU ""hi t W UVE"'ieaatnouii'5. I" (Oi
"I ii/uld not wart. !<. My IIIIHU hit made on Able by Cain, .
were irregular and. 1 fc.it very i
r d : thin. I went frori, I IT,; pounds Tho prodigal son made one home

For "i down mother to had l lens bran th.n n uicr 100. .My run, ''I Exposes Vet Craft 1[ I ir'

Hrothcr Noah gave out checks! fur It


I 'f Make this a Fordson Year I CAROW'I.i I IThe ram.Sea Father Time and Dane t

( ';J o Fashion in "Mrs. and Mr. Polly

g 'Have dependable Fordson Power ready Tlikk." Thin evening at the Woman's .I
> '' {'Iuh house.l'A'1'IIWAI'S, ......... .
when the fields are first ready for breaking. HwlllCOO Tonic .-'

TO! ( IIKIII- ,
Through all the year, use its steady, versa and! 'i," knew whit, a good/ ) WAY S.U'KTV" OUTLINKII ",
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m,-di< ,mu it wits tile power for bigger profits on every farm so lit told J ni to get I \
\ task that some and take. it. I sent to (?cnrlC" M. Graham, vluu-pronldent
requires power. the store after It and before ut i the Chandler Motor Car Co. In an .. .
I lui.l taken the first. bottle y
To be sure of this, however,we must have up I li" .(in tu II'lltuve.| My addr.''' before the tenth annual conference

. order now. Spring with its peak load hid." hti t In.:.i .,'A, 1 I !Logan to of highway engineers lit Ann I I". '-.
i your t "I<'IIII'n h.'alth took four Arbor University said! that there ,.. '
r ? of Fordson buying orders is almost here. lx,tiles in all ..I"rthe; / last were He( things to be done to make -....<.< --..
ten month C.n liji' acted
i asa
f f Don't wait. Order today. Make this a t I tine' tonic.' 1 IUlil; well now. i highways safe. for present day traffic.
I I I have f.cirii-d( ) ten pounds' and These art:
Fordson year. am still K.iiniiiir/ My sides 1. Take away fhu cur. of the
\ do not trouble me at all and careless drivers
regular I ;
my are quite
I 2. Punish the reckless: and intoxicated fai'oa. I
know that Curdui will help c,3
1 retr others "afi-rmif from the operators until they recognize
f samp rouble" the rights of the great majority Maj. W O. Watts who exposed
Ietroit, bDchlgen graft And in the Vet-
Take Cardui.; of 'law-aMdi/tlT\ and careful : incompetency
E101taaoooooooaooooooooooooc.J ruim Bureau, hall resigned l an. Chief
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1 ;cM5 motorists; Irnpection to help prosecute the
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELE_ GRAPH_ STARKE_ FLORID "-- --- -- -

rAGE EIGHT FOR REPRESENTATIVE OROUP ONE I election to be held June 8, 1924. reassure you
I II. 1 deeply appreciate. the confidence and
1 h rby announce mynelf aa a candidate that

I Bradford' County 'I EI J1aph l Twy L> -se E WMECEi YES ? You PREDICTED rrV0ULP IT pQ.oveG' I.repruttmtativ, group one for in nomination tha leg. in tutu for r.. the from otfico Bradford of, :: support trust that you my have otfiaial given record me in may the have past,your and'
for another Kuspuctiully,
I F HOMESWEET 16VPP0B CNP THAT O"fCAN'T county, subjuct to the action of the approval tNmD. WAJNWKiCHT.
I FC PUK.OV AJT A CAN'T Democratic primary to be held June Srd. 11)24.

-' '- DIV02CB FQOM vou'eeHAPPV' WAY 05 CAUSE. 5ME COO ''EM! I Democratic nmpeotfully voter.oliclt and.the it support elected pramU of all I hereby/ .unoun--;; ;myself;; ... a candidate

entered t Loot II OlPN'T KNOW HOW KEEP: faithful and coiiaaiontiutu aervicu.EVERE'rr for the office of tax enasor of Bradford
>'u2>li3h* NO"N ( -TO COOK I votes .t the primary June 8. 1924. If
wond flaaa' ntatter. at the post HOME: I tatted I prumiee to faithfully perform the
I / FOR REPRESENTATIVE-GROUP TWOI uties i of te ofice, keeping a cean, correct
nice at Starke. Florida. hereby announce myself aa a candidate record of all work connected therewith. Veryrespectfully.
"' : I Tor a member of the Uuuae of Kcpraaentaiivea, I A. A. HAZEN;
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M'TTWB.;. .___________.._.__-O..n.r. ubjuot to the Democratic primary. of Jun. 8. I FOR TAX COLLECTORI
E. B. ll J4. I carnally Bolicit, the support of the to the public that' I "ama
J. C.; ROBINSON_________MulctingEdlt. < Tamil ...M.Lo" voter In the coining 7'w If elected I I' ::.TI'ta.'i ':re-election to the office of ,
Cell mI promise to work for the 'bat ; t of Bradford county tax collector subject to the will of
I lodigutlonTerry county and the state of Florida.. R.\-I" the people at the eomtnir. Democratic primary.
fully W. O. DUVALL. election to be held June 3* 1024. Prorauttnir.
PUBLISHED BVEUY FIUDtY I ; I If re-elected' the same personal courteoua and
.J.a FOR COUNTY JUDGE efficient, service In the' future u in the past
,
-- candidate for I I will appreciate your vote. Sincerely
..--- I hereby announce myself: a E. W.: UAYE3.
-- Bradford
the office of County Judge of coun
'TION RATE I refer the voters to my record during
SUCSCItJ: l ty.
candidate for
t I hereby announce myself a
>y th* terma I have held this olfice in the put
___. .__..12.M1t v. and 1 earnestly solicit their support at the the 011 tc. of tax collector of Bradford county
P.r Year ...._ 0 coming primary.. If elected 1 promise to 1 solicit the support of the voters of the county.
Q o diMcharito the dutlua of the office to the beat and If elected I promise! a faithful dla
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of the outlca of said office. RoBpect*
-- of my ability according. to law and without charge
GilkisonAUTOCA B. M DOW UNO.
GARDINER. fully subniitUd.
fear or favor. GEO. A.
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T. FOR SHERIFF FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI
I 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for hereby announce that I am a candidatefor
Short, of Bradford county, and if elected I melcctlon to the office of supervisor of
promise efficient administration of the .h... registration. If I am ...-.-.Iecwd I ehall continue
) WOMAN WELL THEY -AND BELIEVE ME IJTILE dr', 011..... I stand for law enforcement, to give my very best effort toward
YOU'iv11NK A TH6 equally applied te one and all without fear currying out the duties of the office. Respect
i' COOK SAY = LOVE ,IT'S ALVJAS or favor. I shall appreciate the support of fully. C. A. K. Il! UT.
I MV4-r BE A GOOD -HOO/A TASKS the voters. at the primary, June Br.!.
I HUBSYS PUIES OUT PININ6 W. M. iMlfCHj EDWARDS.I .
r0 kB@P MeR a WINDOWId COUNTY COMMISSIONER-DIST. Nci 1
I, LOSE TUBMIMPOW hereby announce myself a candidate. for hereby Announce myself a candidate for r
o re-election the olfice of Sheriff of Bradford re-elec'tlon the office of county commissioner
/ county. If re-elected 1 will, as In the pant for District Lawtey. If re-nlpeUxI !!
spare no pains in the full discharge of all the I will give the lain o'f; and conscientious w'
duties of the office' and I earnestly solicit the attention, the duties of the office as I have
No. 4954 4TOAST9MN tp / support of the voters at the vnsuintc primary.Respectfully .. .in the pant_LOUIS H. HILL. j J'
t W. J. El'FEUdON. -- -------
(Membership in National Highway FOR COMMISSIONER-DISTRICT No. I ;
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} Association) .. I hereby announce mynelf as a candidate I hereby/ announce that 1 am a candidatefor ,
for sheriff of Bradford oount1I/ am well county commissioner. District No.8. I f
h ._ -_ acquainted with the duties of the office and have served the county/ aa a member of the
-; promise, if el""ted.0 disoharite. them to the board and am willing to be judged by my .......
I utmost of my/ ability/ with equal justice to ord. If elected I promise faithful and conscientious
The recent appointment of lion. all. I earnestly solicit the support. of the service to the dutiea of the office. ,
voters at the ensuing primary I J. L. UNDEKHILL.
commisnioni'r Keepectfully.
Y-. S. Matthew as railroad \ A. B. ALVAREZ. r I

1 to fill the unexpired term of the COURT I ,
FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
FOR DIST. ft
COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
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general approval. "Gene" Mathews I hereby. announce my/* lf a candidate forreelection hereby announce myself .. a candidatefor t

3J out the state. The appointee lit an I curt of to Bradford the office county of Clerk, subject of the to Circuit the I County Commissioner District No. 3
ANI comprising Brooker and New River. It elected *
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the work .
for at the coming primary.June
able man, well qualified action of the voters 1 promise a faithful and ..tll.lvnt'perform.
of Important
and eLtltatc "T'ol'611lLI Srd. I appreciate the duns this of the duties of the office, and will
aa a banker public I ?" but feel that 1 qualified ante
Ilia experience Jot. t t.J.i office* am
work always for the best Interest of the
officer eminently fits\ him for the I ,,10 discharge them. Having served the public I I entire county spectfully
; before, the voters are well able to judge ,
position.: We extern! congratulation ; aa to my fltnesa for the office, and if they A. B. SURRENCY.

-Luke Worth Leader. choose efficient to service.elect me.Your I support promise la faithful respectfully and. MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD-DIST. No. I ,

IM .,I YOU INTEIEE* .N'OT, FAIIJ l;: solicited. G. W. ALDERMAN. hla The re-election friend.. of aa Rev.a member L. W. of Kick the liter Board ask for of

The appointment of Hun.( to;. !S. I SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Public Instruction for district No. 1 of Bradford ,
Is that of Valley and the Mariposa Big. Trees. candidate for county./ Mr. Kick liter baa given the utmost
1 Bradford county's editor, This week's story a I II I hereby/ announce myself a
Matthews satisfaction during the several terma ha
,
nineteen he becamea W TNAOLEY re-election to the office of county auperlnten
When he '
I hunter who started life without a was has .served on the board and we consider. it
member ,
Bradford subject to *
as a 'dent of school of county/ ,
legislator
banker and Yosemite
single chance and who rose to the pump hand in the 'the primary. on June Brd. I promise, if nominated \to the Interest of the voters and the eouoty'
F of the railroad commission, to succeed highest paid executive in the mines, lived in a company shack, and elected to perform the duties of that hjt I : cervices be continued.. '

the Jate A. U. Campbell,has met with United States in his chosen line. and saved every dollar he earned. I the office to the beat of my. ability. I solicit MANY FRIENDS.
Re-
late A. D. Campbell eeeme to have Back in 1881, in the little township Nine years later he started a saw- Brace became a hunter by lIe ipectfully the .010 of submitted.every voter in H.the B.county.WIGGINS./ ,; MEMBERjCHOOL, BOARD-DIST. N*i i/

Is of Hornitos, in Mariposa County, mill business, operating two mill Borrowed books informedhim "-- .. i i .- ..- HI .- |,. I .hereby announce myself. a candidate for g
general approval. cne"! Matthews and built hIm- sity. nejnber of the' school board district No. 8. :
whom which he designed
born boy and \
California was a habits of lions FOR TAX ASSESSOR
Florida's. "cracker boys" who In blood of the I if nominated and elected] 1 promise a faithful
one of hit parents named Jay Bruce. self. An accident resulted their retreats and before that win I am a candidate for nomination to the of lischarae of the duds of the office to the I
has succeeded through his own efforts Hornitos boasted 142 inhabitants, poisoning his business failed, and had passed he had shot 81 of I lice of county aaaeasor of taxes of Bradford beat of my ability. I solicit the vote of every .
ter and respectfully solicit your cooperation Democrat In the primary to be held June Srd. 1
He is and all Two he was wiped out. He was mar- county
work and study. : all farmers poor. The
hard
I and by them and been paid $1,100. and support in the Democratic primary Respectfully.. U J. WYNN.
eminently well-qualified to fill the months a year a traveling teacher ried and had three small children following spring he was appointed I ,.
: visited the village and instruction but no home or job. hunter 4
!gave mountain lion I
State
official
highest office honorably and capably.; his hand at i
l but Jay's family were Thereafter he tried
I
of a
$3,000 year.
at salary
ralatka Tjme-IIerald. too poor to be able to spare htm eleven kinds of work and failed a has been NEWS ITEMS OF BUSY LAWTEYMr. j
-' even for that short period, and each time. Mrs. Bruce, with Since then his salary
at starvation facing the family, urged trebled and because his expenses
\ ',: ANSWEIC THESE QUESTIONSAre what education he gained was has
account --
his mother's ..lee and by the light him to turn lion hunter. The California are few his bank to
in the past eight years
mounted
lire. Fish and Game Commission ,
you grateful for life ? of Most n<< log of Hi boyhood to walt nppntIn was offering twenty dollars! for six figures and he is a recognized i and Mrs. W. M. Bryan visited' Frank Green .of Waldo, spent Sun-

1 1 Do you express that gratitude the vicinity of the Yosemite each mountain (lion killed. So authority on lions. I relatives in Starke Sunday. day here with friends.

through happiness in your present ----- -
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------- -- -- -- --- --- Dr. W. I. Powell went to Macedonia;
situation; under present conditions ; tended the .ball at the State Will church several times. J. W. Andrews, Sr., of Starke, was
surroundings and reimbursements one in tho :fairest! proportion that game Sunday to hold the fourth quarterly!; a business'isitor here '
despite your afternoon Mr. Blackwelder, of Lake Butler, Friday.
could be determined at this time, buSecretary Farm Sunday conference for District Supt. J. J.
? Norman visited friends was visiting here Sunday.
Mellon with his trick figures Mr. Troy Treadwell.
Are you kind, lovable, considerate M. motored tP Starke Mrs. J. II. Moore
R. visitor
and the special interests with at Johnstown Saturday and Sunday. Gainey I was a to ,.
and temperate ? The farmers here are busy fixing Friday.A. Jacksonville Friday.
word their cooked-up propaganda hope. Mrs. R. L. Hannon, of Jacksonville,
Do you guard each thought, situation to plant vegetables and the strawberries A Hazen was .a business visitor ,I
loudly muddled the legislative spent Sunday here with relatives.
" ''f and act as to its possible interpretation and brought about the Long are coming slow on accountof to Hampton Thursday.Mrs. Enoch Griffis was a visitor to

and egect upon your fellow Turner, of Alachua, was here Starke
worth substitute and made it impossible cold and rain. Misses Annie Belle Turner and Tuesday.

j men. to make the 25 per cent reduc- Mrs. W. H. Rosier went to Lake visiting friends Monday. Edna Belle Manning, of Starke, were C.
Are you unaelnnh-and desire not I Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and
\ unfair advantage nor'take it In tion for 1923: provision to pass in time Palestine Saturday returning with guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. I Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke,
an of Starke attended church
contacts with mankind? to give the expected relief on 192! poly two trout-some fisherman'sluckt family, Jack Howe. was in town Saturday on official'
your here Sunday. business.
taxes.
Are you temperate In your Cravings Mr. Huff and family, of Clayno,
Jacksonille
Cardie Griffls of ,
Mrs. -
knowlm
for and place-
power BRADFORD motored here Monday. '
effort Is futile ALWAYS IIUY AND \sited relatielf" here Sunday. C. R. Sapp, of Jacksonville
full well that human I Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Morgan, Mr. wasa
HOME:
,, J unless governed! by right and! truth !T -KISS AT Bradford, March 28.-Mr. and Mrs 'and Mrs. L. R. Gainey were among Mr. and l'rIrs-8.: "' A. Bryant, of visior" here Wednesday t I

Do you feel it your duty to so live of man who \V. M. Ander en' and son motored those atending church at Rock Sun Sun- -
There is a good story a Starke, were visitors to Lawtey A. i
and act that you are an example and found himself bankrupt and came down from Jacksonville Sunday and day.H. day. O. Andreu, of Starke, was In

an Inspiration to bring out all .that 101 I; home to tell his better half. She did while here Was the guest of Mr. and I Gainey and L. Morgan motored town Saturday

rood in fellowmen? Mrs. C. M. Andreu. to Sampson Monday. --
your
not seem so wonderfully surprised en Felix Long of Stnrke was trans- Vs

Do you pause long enough o praise ho expected and she asked him to K* Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Starke,, Mrs. Madison. Thomas is very 111 acting business In Lawtey Saturday. Earl Roberta, of the University at

instead of condemn and to see good to the bank with her where she open' made a professional call here lust at this writing. We wish her a Gainesville, spent the weekend here

instead of fault in other words and ud u deposit box and showed him a week. speedy recovery. Mrs.! Humphries, of Chattanooga, with his father, E. J. Roberta. '

acts? great stack of bill. sufficient to put Oscar A. Andreu, of Starke, passed' Dr. Bishop, of Alachua, was a Tenn., and little lion George are I.

Are you a seven-day 21-hour worker him back on his feet. 'Whose in it?" thrs this town Friday enroute to professional visitor here Wednesday upending a few days here with her Mrs. LizzJo Dupree, of Jacksonville -

for moral ideals instead of a one- asked the man. "It's ours" replied Wurthington. Mrs. Thlgpen, of I'alntka, is visiting parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. I. Powell. was a visitor last week of her '
"
I hour per week submitter tho wife. And he wondered how nh.e ,. C. M. Andreu was in Worthington her mother, Mrs. Oliver this I, parents Mr. and Mrs.\ J. W. Byrd.

I Do you recognize, manifest and acknowledge got it and how she saved so much. one day last week. week.S. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish, of -

one Supreme rower I Mrs. W. M. Harrell, who has been U. Andrews and G. B. Colson Jacksonville were. visiting relatives' Henry Hudson, of Clay Hill, was .

I watching over you; caring for year,; -: visiting in South Florida, returned spent last week fishing in Lake Santa here Sunday. I transacting business in town Friday.

directing you and permitting you not Kiss; you always kept your word.* I home last week. Fe. They reported a large catch. I -

I i your foot to stumble ? saved the money and this is the ,I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Andreu and G. W. Hazen motored to Starke Mrs. Clayton, of Macclcnny, spent L. H. Hill was a business visitor

-0- result." In his astonishment the s"n. Mrs. C. M. Andreu and daughter Monday. several days here last week with her' to Jacksonville Friday.'

Tim }m.A>in FOR FAILURE man exclaimed, "I wish I had done all : were visitors to Breaker Monday. II. S. Hazen and wife, of Madison, daughter, Mrs. J. W. Barber.

OK 1923: TAX REDUCTION I my kissing at home." I S. V. Andreu and son, Rudolph, of are visiting relatives here this week. Mr. was a visitor to

I \ I There's a lIne Illustration of trading I Drooker, were in our community Ruby, Lois and Toleida Gainey, of Mrs. Francis Wiggins, of Jackson Jacksonville Friday.

.i I At the eleventh hour and thirtieth at home. Every dollar you spend Monday.* I Starke, spent the week-end here. ville, was called here !pst week on -
: Mac. and Ella Mao Hazen I Jules
t minute, thnt Is to say, three days before in your home town remains there and Hough WILLS account of the illness of her mother Eunice came home from
RESIDENCE
,,I income tax returns were duo helps your town. Every dollar you I of Brooker, motored through town DAMAGED: BY Mrs. Louise Lowery. Kendrick and pent ,Sunday with his

President Coolidge, maintaining the spend out of town makes the town Sunday. FlUE family.
\ I
" I Mrs. R. A. Weeks and daughter
speed record ha has established In that much poorer Do your buying- Tuesday morning the Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and. -

j other activities, demands that Congress : and kissing at home and the money Murla of Brooker, motored thru our turned in when the residence alarm of Mrs.J. was. children, of Starke, were the guests' David Moore i is spending a few
section
Monday. days
perform the impossible will be as bread upon the waters. T. Wills vt Mrs. M. E. Edwards Sunday. i in Jacksonille. '
I needed It will be there to Roswell Ward, of Brooker, was in near the railroad on
i I live feat of passing a joint lellisla'I' When most Eighth --
lour street, was discovered
!.J section Sunday. to be Tim
. j Lion reducing income taxes help you out.-Fayette Co. Union. burning on the roof. The J. J. McLeod was a business vis'torto I Blackburn was a visitor to
blaze
\ Rev. D.P. Atwell, of Springfield, was Jacksonville
for 1923.Cordell Starke Monday.Mr. Friday.
cent
extinguished after
!t' WOODLAWN was in our comunity last week. part of the main
Hull Chairman of the -
L. M. Turner, of Plant City. was roof had been destroyed by the C. F.
Barber
t Democratic National Committee, call flames. Most pf the household L. A. Roberts and children of Macclenny, was in
\ the of C. M. Andreu effects
i 1, L President Coolidge' attention to the Woodlawn, March 28W. II. Nor guest Saturday.I were removed before visited relatives in Baker county town the first of the week.
I Rev. C. C. Butler and J. Brown, of they were
visitor to Starke
fart that during the first days ofI' man was a business Saturday and Sunday. -
damaged, but the interior of
the buildIng
Miller, passed thru here enroute to Mr.
! February, or six weeks before the In- Saturday. i suffered considerably from and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and
Brooker the
the Mr. R. J. Stokes, of Georgia, is Sunday. : Miss Mabel Edwards daughters, Misses Wilma
come tax returns were due, Democrats water poured through the roof. of Wesleyan Arthurine
' in the House Introduced a Joint here this week with his sister, Mrs. : Misses Andreu, L. M. Turner, of 'I II It has been estimated the College, Macon, Ga., is spending a : and Catherine, spent Sunday :with
I Plant and damage
City, Harley Andreumotored !
t I' Resolution proposing( tax reduction S. II. Thompson. I will amount to $700 few days here with her mother, Mrs. I relatives in Melrose.
covered
by insurance
[ to Brooker
Saturday.
I I.
I Lois Norman and Margurite I
Misses M. E.
for 1923 to which Republican leaders with J. R. Edwards. -
A. E. Raborn and N. G. Hayes Davis 4: Co. It J.
I I in Congress promptly objected, with Phillips were shopping in Starke i were in Hague Station Sunday. I not known whether sparks from the I W. Andrews, Jr., of Starke, was

: I I the result that the resolution still Saturday.Mr. I I chimney or passing trains Rev. and Sirs. J. E. Kelly, of a business visitor here Saturday.
f. Miss Geneva IIarrell and Marie started
1 I't sleeps in committee. Ed. Durban and Elam' Rodin Raborn atended church the blaie.Politicil. Sanderson, were the guests the first .

j Chairman Hull adds, "obviously were here Saturday. I' at Brooker of the week of Mr. and Mrs. Penny James E. Goodfellow 'came home

Miss Daisy Rodin is spending a Saturday evening.. Dinkins. from Lakeland
therefore the only effect the Presi and spent
Sunday
: Roswell Ward, of Brooker, was in I II with his
dent's belated proposal can have is to while with her mother here. AnnouncementsFOR i family.

make political) capital, for himselfand Lola and Mirlie Norman attended I our community Sunday. I II Elder H. V. Skipper, of Jacksonville -

I not for his party, out of a legislatively church at Emery Green Saturday. ;I C.Starke M. Andreu and family motoredto SENATOR filled his regular appointment at. Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Harrell and

j! impostibld situation." Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips were ,, Monday. To th. Ptfinooimti STATS.Iatevv l of "tt-nlll the Second Advent church on Thurs: three sons, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod,

If the income taxpayers of the ihopping. In Lawtey Saturday after- ,I I BROOKER I'fenalorlal ohatt your Divtrwt support of Florida for rvnomlnation I rMpMtfvl IB day and Friday evenings Mr.' and Mrs. Pitta and three children,

country fail to get a satisfactory Income noon. I I Jun. primary a.* your aUt Mnator for Mid Misses Joyce and Claudia Terry
Iwtrirt. wheh embraces th* ountic of Bradord Anderson ,
tax reduction from this Republican Mr. M. D. Carter and Louie Hill I and Union D. E. KNIGHT. Mrs. George spent several' Robert Blanchard went to Middleburg

Congress they can properly were business visitors to Starke I I Brooker, March 23.-F. M. Sander- days in Jacksonville last week.: Sunday evening {n Mr. Harrell's
tlw
ion, of Plant City, was attending to By Meant of many Meads. I hereby and truck
hold Secretary Mellon and the special Friday. I .nD__ mylf aa a eanrjiriata for thfenat attended the B. Y. P. O.
Business here Monday and Tuesday. from Bradford and Union .ovntioa, meeting..
j'' Interests behind the Mellon bill prop I A large crowd atended the Pound II sublet to the Mtfcm of1M Dmoeratlrinu.ry .. Mr. Stone, of the post office depart- -

aganda responsible. The Democrats arty Friday night at Mr. Carmlchel's. I Reverend Atwell, of Plant City, ., Jmt .. 1914. I mpactullyolUdt ment of Washington, D. C., was i J. A. Rowe and George
,
Anderson
passed through here last the of e gee. and h.r.M .
week even .
_
fffn nn honest pel.ntifit. h" reduov en- p"., nJ. r .. 'in "* "-- ., t .., ,-vv twM. i iI spent a few t.". t -. ..--. !
Ha David Durban route to his home in the north. __,.- I.,. .aupb wbom ., va s.J. the first ... hng In
measure in the so-called Garner Lonnie r ley, I sus : I ol ...*t "-. .ua county.
I: I BARNES. I
While here he preached at the Free I
Rowe and Phonio GriflU at-
bill, which reduces the taxes of every. Clyde ,,

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