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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME FORTY-FIVE STARKE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY APRIL I, 1921 NUMBER FORTY-ONE

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CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY I HAMPTON: CITIZENS;/!! PLEDGE: I
HEAVY RAINS j Company G Entertains Large SUPPORT FOIl DuVALL STRAWBERRYCROP

In honor of our beloved grand -

CAUSE CONSID- mother, Mrs. Martha Parish, on Thank I.nwtey For Their Endorsement MOVING
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March 28th, her many relatives and Wednesday Evening ,

ERABLE DAMAGE friends gathered at her old home TO MARKETDespite I
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near Dukes to celebrate her 76th Wednesday night was the big night lined the I benefits, accuring to the men The endorsement! of W. O.

birthday, which we have celebratedfor I I such organization the a candidate*for ) ( .' DUlII'1 the unfavorable
load Suffer From Cloudburst Monday for Company G, 154th Infantry, the joining an very
Morning about twenty years. fihysitnl I development afforded and! the citizens of Lnwtey was very' weather of I the lust few weeks same
filled occasion being the banquet given by
well
Everybody carried' the value' of discipline! taught them pleasing to his friends here. I strawberios have been shipped, although
baskets and at the noon hour the the company at the Sturko Woman'aClub
This section suffered from an un- served, and was for its members, representative' applied to their every day life. !Mr.' DuVull has lived in our midst i the quantity halt been small
refreshments were In Peek spoke of tho and tho quality not the bust. Tuesday
reply Capt. and we' know him to be a man of -
rainfall Monday citizens of the town and and
|usually heavy early all county\
enjoyed by present. company ho has under his command. sterling character and genuine i however, nearly ICO:; crates were

, [.morning. Reports from other sections After dinner, music was played the high national military officials connected with lie was outspoken in his praise of ability. We believe that If he U elected shipped, some going to tho eastern

of the county seem to indicate until a late hour. Her' children were guard. < their capability shown hero and at ho will make Bradford county a markets In refrigerators and others

that the rainfall evenly distribut- present: J. H. Parrish, R. E. Parrish, The invited guests began to gather
u was the annual encampment, although worthy representative.In by open express to nearby markets.!
| cd and that considerable damage was W. L. Parrish, Mrs Frankie Carlton shortly after seven and were seatedat I The
( many of them were raw recruits and view of these facts price paid ranged beween $7.00
Mrs. A. L. tables the : we, the !
done and roadways. It was and family, of Dukes; the groupeiUin spacious
to crops hud not the benefit of exttnslvetraininll' and $i>.00 per criito.
undersigned voters of the
BestUnated that at least six inches of Greene and family, of Brooker; Mrs. auditorium of the club. At 7:30: the 'thnnk Hampton citizens' Local dealers report brink sale of
I District the
water fell during the day, and from I Mamie Elixson and .family, of Osteen; members of the company marched in J, Clifford R. Foster, adjutant for their, endorsement Lawtey of Mr.' cups and crate materials :Monday ...n,1TUt'Rday.
and fortythreegreat the strains ol Hail the Flag DuVall,
five six o'clock Monday morning thirty grand children to to .
to general of the state, was next introduced What effect the heavy rain
fall said to have been four grandchildren and a number of played by Miss Ethel Griilln,and serving pledge our support, and solicit thesupport of
, the was and he expressed his pleasureover of Bradford Monday will) have on the carrying
friends. After a late hour they all began under the efficient manage,; county as a
one-half inches.
,and being able to return to Starke whole in his behalf. quality of the berries for the next
of the departed for their homes wishing her ment of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. She Was
in few
parts
Bridges many and renew acquaintances with old Signed days! is yet to bo determined.

County were washed away and some many more' happy birthdays to come. assisted in this by the following frlc>nd<*. He spoke of the old state J. F. HO: USER Mayor' !Many of the berry fields are well

tfof the roads are impassable, owingto Grandmother was the daughter of young' ladies: Misses Hilda and Kate guards: > of years ago before the National E. C. WILLIAMSJ. drained and tho water did not standin

the cut through them Jakle Surrency, of Georgia. When Struth, Jeannette Matthews, Mabel
gullies them
[ deep Guard was: authorized by II. SAXONA. long enough to hurt tin.
Iby the flood waters. The approaches she was quite small her. parents Edwards! Carolyn : Fripp, Margaret congress under the National Defense A. fruit.
DURDENC.
Ito the canal bridges east of the moved to Florida and made their Long? and Vivirette Floyd. Act of 1010. This was shortly before E. HARPER Demand for berries is strong in the

|town were covered for a long distance home in Bradford county near Lake Th& delicious menu yonsjsted of the Mexican trouble but its value to T. M. HAGAN markets, tho Plant City crop falling

and at the bridge over Alligator Butler on swift crevk until 'Mr.Parrlsh's' chicken pilau, creamed potatoes, peas, the country was demonstrated in V. II. WHEKLER to supply tho needs during the last

!creek, south of the town the waters death. She has remained pickles, hot rolls, butter, boiled ham, even the short time the National A. A. FUTCH few weeks, duo to tho unfavorable

to the timbers supportIng in Bradford county to this sliced tomatoes, coffee, cream and weather
(rose nearly Guard had been in existence by the L. J. WYNN;/ conditions prevailing there.
the floor. The canal at this point day. She was united in mar- cake. Each table centered witha
[ was manner in which trained men.were, W. II. GRIFFIN Friday's Plant City Cdurler, however,
: widened to one hundred feet when ridge in her 17th year and they vase of lovely pink roses. carried, the
was sent\ to Mexico, equipped and able to J. W. BLANTON following news item, in

'f work started on grading the high- lived together forty-nine years and Mrs. Edward Burns and her committee cope with any situation. During the J. F. JOHNSON( dicutino; that there Is a likelihood ofa

way and the need of it was fully eleven months. They lived together had charge of arrangementsfor world war members of the National U. I). DYALL heavy yield of fruit there during

demonstrated at this time. Bridgeson happily until his death, Nov. 26, 1916. the banquet and thanks are due Guard formed part of many of the }O'. M. JOHNSONM. tho coming weeks:

the old road were overflowed. There was born to them four sons these ladies for the excellent repast dil8lunArst! sent over. He asked for 1.. WATF.I SON "An unexpected inrush of strawberries -

Considerable damage was done to and three daughters, all living ex- they /had prepared for the occasion. the cooperation if) the citizens, as W. L. HUGO today caused a decided slump

the newly thrown up grades on the cept one. Grandfather was born. in A splendid musical program was tile organization depends on the sup P. J. PKORAMRS. : In the selling price, and for the first

different roads over the county. Bradford county and lived here rendered during the course of the port given it for its effectiveness-; time in almost two weeks bid have I

Residents of the country east of throughout his life except four years meal, and each number was heartily lend their help and influence for M. F:? ROBERTS' dropped below tho forty cent mark

Starke can get into town only with when he served in the Confederatewar. : applauded. The program follows: securing recruits for the company for fancy truj From, indication .

difficulty; the roads and bridges making I Grandfather was well-thought Duet, Mammy's. Lullaby-Mrs, A. and ,to provide comfortable and attractive DIRTIIDAY I'AUTYI.a..t early this afternoon, It appeared that
of by all who knew him. Grandmother -
e travel an arduous undertaking.Work Z. Adkins and Miss Hilda Struth. armory for housing'the today's average!: might not exceed
was started last week on the I I I was a kind and Affectionate Miss Ethel Grilfin accompanist.Is company! He spoke of the splendid Thursday, March 27, there thirty cents whilo the total receipt
I mother and friend to all. They was a Joyful happy time at tho homo
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lake roads and headway [ was will close
local made
considerate{ showing the company at run to four hundred ti
I: were united to the missionary church He Yours, or Is He Mine-- of Mrs. M. E. Roberts of Luke Butler, '
way was made for the few days the I [the encampments at Camp\ Johnston. freezers, almost us much us for thepreceding j
I I tin 1005. After his death she became Mi se. Ruth Sternberg and Elizabeth the occasion being the anniversary of
at work. Practically I
new crews were, Major Hoffman, ,V. S. Army, days combined."lied .
these roads a member of the Primitive Baptist Andrews. Miss Rosa Leviton, ac the birth of this estlnmblo lady. On )
all of the work done on senior instructor for Florida, MajorJ. the buyers expected such
last week was lost, the freshly thrownup I church and has a great hope in it. companist. 11. Spengler! U. S. Army, property that day she reached the 68th mileon rush, they would hove been preparedto 1\
ONE PRESENT. Solos (a) I Want You, Dear" Heart, the road of time. Father Time has
dirt being washed in manyplacf's and disbursing officer, and Captain take care of it at current prices.
the ditche to Want Me; (b) Yes, For' Remembrance been remarkably kind to her and from Fruit
into has been
l. Everett M. Yon, U. S. Army, all I HO nun roe. recently !
MISSIONARY INSTITUTE her looks at present ono would judge ,
On the thrown from -Miss Margaret Shriver. Miss that
grade up spoke briefly on the organization, most buyers' have simply triedto ,
Starke south on the highway, the Miss Ethel Griffin, accoompanlst. stressing the importance of cooperation that there were more than several fill orders, and they decline all ,

worst washouts: were right in town, Services on. Sunday as usual Solo, (a) Lindy Lou; (b) Parodyon of the citizen with the mile posts ahead yet to puss. i orders, above what they can count

just north of the Peggy line, and I Bible school at 9:45 a. m., Prof. Klises-Mfs. Florence Powell. I company in order for it to be of full Mrs. Roberts is the mother of nine upon ,iIIillJ(. "

the entire grade will have to be I' Wiggins, Supt. The offering in the Ethel Griffin, accompanist.Capt. benefit to the state and nation. children, all married, five of them "Soino of the growers report |iros- i

practically rebuilt. From the Peggy school last Sunday wan over thirty J. L. Peek acted as toastmaster l Cut A. Z. Adkins spoke on behalf I living In and near Lake Butler. A ,punts of a heavy yield of I berries for .:!
line to the bridge over the Alligator dollars, and this will be added to this dinner was given by these devoted the next "
for the evening, and after of the citizens of the town, and cxpremwd two or three weeks.
creek the embankments were washed Sunday by those who were absent children In honor of their mother. .
I cigars had been Qiaased, around and his willingness to cooperate Commenting on the scarcity of
in places and one of the cul- last week, because of rain. Tables were placed under the large l berries
away the air filled with the proper amountof with the local company in any way in the New York market, the Y
verts south of the bridge was wash- Divine worship at 11:00, when the smoke, called on several of those he could. sycamore trees In the yard laden with New York Herald says:

ed out This had to be repaired before pastor will speak on "My Memorial.: present for speeches. One hundred and twelve guests with everything to eat that heart I "Inquiry made at the United States
travel could be resumed on this road. The ordinance of Communion will be could wish.Following. i
Mayor C. 1. )Peek gave a short ad- were present on this occasion and Department of Agriculture offices
observed and all members askedto ,.
On the sections of the highway on are dress of welcome to the visitors. He thoroughly enjoyed the occasion. are the children who attended here confirmed the report of Florida's

which the rock base had been laid be present. spoke briefly on the personnel of the The citizens extend their hearty with their families: Moxsrs. waywardness. O. D. Miller, of the .

from Starke ..north, some parts were The Senior, Junior and Intermediate National Guard, their duties and their thinks to the officers and enlistedmen C. A. Roberts!. N. E. Roberts, S. R. market news service, said that less

washed away.. Just south of tfle\ Ben B. Y. P. U. meet at 6:30 p. m. value to the communities in which of Company G for the pleasant Roberts, Mrs. Jesse I... Dowling, Mrs. two carload. of the fruit reach town ,

Dell place the waters' washed over These are real live organizations, companies are organized. lie praised evening given them, and promise Wesley Andrews and Mm. Leon daily at present, as compared, with an

the roadway, carrying grade and) and are furnishing capable young the local company for the excellent their support-even to the extent of Chancy, of Lako lIutler, also !Mrs.C. overturn of seven curs a day during ,.

rock into the drainage ditches. Debris people for the work of the church. showing made during the time it seeing that they are provided withan D. Addison, of Jacksonville. March of lust yi>ar. Furthermore,

choked the concrete culverts under The evening service is evangelisticwith had been in existence. He also out- up-to-date armory. Friends present were: !Jr. and the berries. now arriving hem have :

the roadway". forcing the water to spirited singing and appealingsermon. !Mrs. W. II. Lee, Carl L. Brown, a tendency to 1 bo soggy and of mud-
back ,for a considerable distance The topic will be a con brown
Misses
up Bohanan, Thies and Nickel color, instead of a luscious "
before it began washing over the tinuation of the sermon of last Sun MEETING;/ OF CITY COUNCILThe imdoKEK HOII, teachers In our high school. rod. ,
day, "The Glorious Gospel." Bring I Rosier of Starke ..1
road. Mrs. Bertie Is The day "Where/is ,
was spent very happily by prices last year, ranged
Srawberry fields were damaged to others with you, especially those Town Council of the Tcwn) of here visiting her mother, Mrs. Belle all. Congratulations were extendedto : ,) from :35 to 60 cents a quart for good,

a certain extent by the rainfall, anxious to become Christians.The Starke, Florida met in regular session I I Thomas. _. Mrs. Roberts on how well she berries, with 05 cents for the very

though most of the growers stated prayer meeting attendance last April 1st. with all members Mrs. E. M. flaxen and T."cTHa7en looked for one of her age, and wished best, thlll year the poor ones sell for

only ripe berries were. hurt, causing week was seventy-two. Number of present; minutes of the last meetingwere I! spent Thursday" fishing at Santa, Fe herrmnny more happy returns of the CO to 6ft cent, and) the best aro 73

them to burst. The majority of the Bible verses read ten thousand and read and approved.A i' lake occasion. cants to 91-and oven At that price

fields were well drained and the water sixty-seven. The Bible readers are committee of the Board of Trade,
Misses Lorene flaxen and Lubedia. un adequate supply Is. not to be had."

ran off in a short time. keeping up their work with commendable -I I| Mr. J. M. Mitchell spokesman, was PinhnljU-r were shopping in Alachua COUNCIL; TO !MEETAND The llrtt out of town buyer to arrive >

faithfulness, and we urge oil t" j j before the council asking for a donation in !Hurko this
I Friilny.N' ;/ CONSIDER;/ PAVING;/ season Is Mr. W.
WORK RESUMED ON HIGHWAY join in "feeding daily on "The Dread on the Keystone fights/ tele- Hnrtman, of Gainesville, attended T. t'lilburn, of Plant City. Othersare '

of Life. phone line. After due considerationthe the Union meeting! here thin Property Owner of Mndlnon StreetAsked expected/ shortly and althoughthe !

Work was resumed Wednesday council agreed--to give $50( ,CO on week. I be Present season IH likely to be a short one,
to
morning laying the rock on the highway PINE;/ HILL the line S. M. Mutt, John Thomas and II. P. the prices paid for the fruit should

after two days delay on ac- Pine Hill, April 4.-Tho truck Jr. bo good.
Mr. J. Wt\Andrews, presented a Guiney were business visitors to The city council will meet In
" count of rain and soft ground. Mr. growers of this section are suffering petition asking for the payment of Gainesville: Saturday. apeclal melon Tuesday night of next Wednesday, the prices /paid for berrluH -
Gray has had crews at work repairing from the heavy rain that fell Monday. !' the
on
from Court street to platform
Madison street P. A. Crosby was attending to business week to consider the of averaged the
the damage wrought by the flood Mr. and Mrs. W. R. DuBose, of deferredto paving s mo as the
The preceding
Bay street matter was in Starke Wednesday. Madison street and day, |7 to $:J
property owners
waters of Monday. Considerable dirt Worthington, were the guests of R. 1 a crate. 75 bushels
8th for 'lipecial consideration.Mr.
April Hey and Mrs. Proctor, of Lake are asked to attend and) state their were shipped,
washed from the sides of the road- II. Greene and family while attendingthe
Butler attended the Union meeting seventeen by open express and the
'. W. E. Daugherty requestingthe desires on the matter. ,
way onto the rock is being removed.A Union meeting at Brooker. balance in freezers. It (Is
council to have the noise from the her Saturday and Sunday. expected
carload each of and gravel lola Thomas Miss Emma and ,
saqd Miss
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exhaust of the ice plant engine abat There was a large attendance hereat SAVED BOY'S FROM DEATH that shipments' Friday and Saturdaywill i
for' the concrete curbing arrived Lorene Clupka, of Mounteocha spent be
Considerably larger. .
tile Union Besides
ed. The matter was referred to the meeting Saturday and )
; Tuesday and has been placed along- the week-end with Mrs. Flora'Gree'1e.1 I the; .
street committee for Investigation.The Sunday as both the New River and Monday afternoon as tho south strawberry shipments Wednesday
aide the road. Concrete mixing Mr. and Mrsv Mason Ellington, of
fifty crates of vegetables
I Council to half of Central Unions were hold together. bound limited train came In two were also
agreed
machinery has already arrived and Osteen, were visitors of D. J. O. pay shipped.
the of'bridge and fill acrossAlligator Mr*. A. E. McKinney left this weekto young chap, son of John Green,
pouring of the curbing will begin as Greene Saturday.A. expense ,
join her husband at Bradentown who liven a short distance south of
Creek at the foot of Call
the forms completed. L. Greene made business tripto
noon as are a THE BltOTIIKKHOOD ,
Brooker Saturday. street, the balance to be paid by the i where he has a position with the town, started to cross the tracks .
8. A. L. railway. near the station. Chief Kite saw -
BRADFORD Miss Gertrude and Joel Par- county board.
Ruby, Annual
The Council extended the time for I Dr. and !Mrs. Bullen, Misses that the team' wouM not make the meeting next Monday evening -
rish, of Dukes, were guests of Miss I April 7, at the Methodist church. i'
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Beatrice Isabel and June Bullen and
crossing in time to clear the engine
O. A. Andren and daughter, Pearl and Dave Greene Sunday.Mrs. paying city taxes to May 1st, 1024. Election.
Thomas Llmbaugh, of Starke, attend and stopped the boys in the nick of !
The clerk.was authorized to turn
Thelma, Mises Leila Sapp, Thelma J. T. DuBose, of Worthington, Reports of officers.
ed the Union here Saturday. time. A clear view of tho tracks
Snellgrove and Herbert Andren, of was the guest of Mrs. Henry Markee.J. over to the city attorney for collect Discussion of next '
Marguerite, Shriver was a visitor could not be had on account of the year's program.
Starke, motored through our com- W. L. Pnhotsterr! Mrs. Alice, tion any unpaid'paing liens. All members should attend this I.!
.J to Starke Wednesday.MRS. cars on the siding and the boys were
The clerk instructed to notify
'): munity. Miss Canty Oliver, Miss Iva and was meeting. E. M. DAVIS .
Mr. N. 'T. Ritch to have the cigar unaware of the danger threatening
C. M. Andren and daughter, were Virginia Colson attended the Union -
factory connected with the sanitary IVENA II. I'ONS them until the officer frantically waved Secretary. :.
In Starke Saturday. s meeting at Brooker Sunday.
.i Mm. Ivena Banner Pomp, 21, died them back.
Malcoum HarrelL and sister, E. II. Clemons motored to Worthington sewer. REGULATIONS;. COVKR.V.IN : .
last right after a short illness. Mrs.
Geneva, attended the Union meeting Sunday.N. The report of the treasurer, and
.- at Brooker Saturday. -- -- tax collector were/ received and I[ Pons was a native of Brooker and WESTER-ROBERTS (; CANDIDATES

Resie Colson and Roswell Ward, of G. Hayes was a business visitorto ordered filed. had resided in Jacksonville for a
number of years. Surviving her are The following'wedding announcement 1. Statement to be Died between I

Sunday.Mr.Brooker., were in our community Walter Brooker Crews Saturday, '
Among the shipments Tuesday Frank, Jr. and W. B. Pons; her Elias Bryan Wester and Mrs. EraEI.lne 2. Statement to be filed between .:
Roberta and family of Worthington ru here last week. eprecs" I
motored thru here Sunday. Mr.'. and *>!,3. t.. A. Cooke and sons, afternoon were thirty crates of parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Haffner, Roberta announce the May 22nd and May 20th.
and a number of other relative riage on Thursday, February a. Statement to be filed b. lVileO I
T. M. Williams
Miss Havana Cone, of Alachua, war Earl and MHt-n, attended the Union turnip greens, shipped by -
Funeral arrangement, in charge of twenty-eighth, nineteen hundred m.r-I June 4th and June 13tn. i
at the home of her and meeting at i'.rooker Sunday. : and F. F. Flume, to Atlanta !
a guest markets. Mr. Williams stated TuesU. Moulton and Kyle, will b. announced twenty-four, Lake Wales, Fla. Filing fee and the filing of oath I
C M. Andren Sunday. I. W. Pinholstcr, Jr., of Brooker, .. .. ... .,
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i..r.to Brooker Sunday. I Iist I Friday.: J table last week amounted to $500. I I I March 29. Grove, JLak. Wales." I astssment not later than Mayi 14th. )i





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TAGS TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA

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Habitual Constipation Cured
Mars, forty million years older than will begin their sentences immediate I-, In 14 tell Days"U.X.FOS lished lands for eight described consecutive In the weeka.The bill of. complain

1 the Earth all that she has learned.,rI *. WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially,. In this cause the title to which la sought to
iy- be quieted against the above named defendant
I as children learn from full-grown I The victim was Love S. Rogers, a I prepared Syrup TOI1I>Laxa' ve for HabituaConstipation. I la particularly described aa '
bu: "Q-.t'of
It relieves promptly : The East Half of the Southeast
teachers T brother of John Alton Rogers Th e "should be taken regularly for 14 to 2i (III) Bee iop 24 township S South of Range) tt

J ra fit' Let1 hope so This wily be'a evidence told'the story of the killim g I to Induce\ regular action. It Stimulate*ni>r'" I Boat Witness all In my Bradford hand and county seal, Florida.of pall. court

/ ; a; alkea short cut to information. of Love Rogers, BO that the bfothei rH"l 'lllItea. Very Pleasant to Taks.e CO f t I tills the 6th day of February. A. D. 1924.Q .
'_ / err l bo ttle.f W. ALDERMAN
-- have' undivided at
John, could the Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County Flor
n Judge Bartlett, in Philadelphia, wife. Th I ida. *
of Love Rogers'
tention 'I weeks. In the Bradford County Telegraph. I I II. a By c. A. KNIGHT
4 decides that when grape juice ferments body "was buried in a corn field I.I newspaper published In old County ani,d I (Seal) Deputy Clerk. t

\o that is" an act of God," and nearly two years ago, at the rear o f I State.:This March 14th." 1824. I i E. M.Solicitor JOHNS.for Complainant ...-.t-4-4

h rd of course, no body can be punishedfor I the Rogers home here. For month Sl I W. ALDERMAN I I
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G "f f
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n f 4 God's own act. That's an important cultivated over the burls' By C. KNIGHT
a crop was !I I I TAX: DEED UNDER SECTION 674 ,
'decision if sustained. It means I I place. Then the couple fled to Avoi D E.!: :\I. JOHNS. Deputy ClerkSolicitor | OP THE GENERAL STATUTES

-- :. c ti that you may squeeze the juice out Park, Fla., where they were arreste I for Complainant 8-21-5t-4-li 8. I I Hereby notice la-given that R. H. Smith

} of grapes, and when fermentation I and brought back to this county t<) I purchaser of tax role certificate numbered.
respectively 104. 108. 117. 119 119. 120/ 121,
produces alcohol you may drink it, trial.NOrlCE I NOTfcR---ro BIUDEHS FOR FURVISHINS' 1
1 stand 122. 123. 124.: 128 126. 127. 128. 129 139./ 181
and give it to your friends. In other I STANDARD WOVEN WIRE FENCE!: 1S2, 133 184. lasued by the tax collector of
I Sealed bid will ba received by the board 01(' Bradford county Florida. Said aartlneatea.
atM"F Yv words, making wine is legal, since I f OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DKKI' I bond trustee of Bradford county, Florida al'' 104/ and 106 being dated Aug. Sod A. D. U20.t .
trI t God and not man does the work. UNDER SECTION IT5 Or THB I the office of the *eci. ..tary of tn. board al, and said certlncrtea 117. US. 11*. 120. 121.
4 GENERAL STATUTESNolle St...... Florida, until a:00 o'clock P. m..I ".. 122. 12S. 124 126, 126. 127 129. 129. 130./ 181.
roe- Some higher court probably will I given that R. C. Helberer. 'April 8. 1924 and at that time publlolii. 184 being: dated July 4th', A. D.
-( 7 la hereby b. Stark., Fla. ::1i.lnng..
for furnishing f. o. died said certificate I In
my
opened
T>o'
eertlficat i.
/ "r alter that decision, which might make purchaser of part of tax .. .,,
r. % : dated the 7th day of June. A. D. 1887'. | 1 car fence wire x2x4 Inch combination office and have mad application for tax deedr
110 :: '
win the national drink, in place of I| eertlfleat In office and hai, to issue In accordance with the law.
.v has filed said my "Bidders
submit specifications and pries*1 I Said certificate respectively\ embrace th.I .-
bootleg whisky I I mart application for Saul tax, deed eertmeats to Issue..rnbrac.It In Meorfanc. .s ofB ;t..raltto:: Is proposed to furnish and. th following landa In Bradford county Florida
1 with law. alluatsd ll i amount they will load 'In car.Th .assessed at the date of the Issuance of snob
he followlr drcrlbed property board !reserve the right to reject any p certificate In the name* respectively hereinafter
The Census Bureau gives facts !I''I Bradford county. Florida, Half to-wlt of Boathcaa.t and all bid*. particularly ass forth' _wit!
South
Half of ,
1 W. R TOBODBtr Certiflcat No. 104 embrace Lot 1 of Blk.
about six Western States showing i Quarter..I'ii: 12. Tp. S S.. R. 22 E.tits 40 acrTh : Attest Chairman Fro Tern. S a lots 4. 6. 8 of Blk. 29 t, 6.
date to: Ik"
assessed at :
07
twine :
that L. C. A. FUTCHI 9. 10. 12 Blk. SO Lots 2. 31
this country is prosperous. I[ Issuance of such certificate In the nomlot < 3-7-5t-4-4. ,I" Lou 2. 8. 6. 8. 1, 8. 9. 10. 11 of Blk.. 82 A
I
1 Iowa's value is more than ten thousand I P. Q. Brown (trusts). 1 Lot 12 of Blk 43 Lot 2. 8. 4, 5, e. 7. *. of
b redeem
... shall
', sued aertifie.ts.t. Blk 44 A Lots2,3of Blk 25 Lout,3,6,6,
million dollars, and average !, according to I...., tax deed will low thersol MASTER'S SALE .,1. 8, of Blk. 4* A Lot 1, 2, 2. 4 A Fracl LotsI.0aLots7,8.9,10,11,12of111k.47a
on ths 14th day of April. A. D. 1>>24.i Notice la hereby given that under and br
per capita is $4,274. Oregon's aver- i! Witness my official denature and seal thu.. virtue of that Bnl d,..r... of foreclosure. all Blks. 56. 86 In New River, See. 23-24. Tn
age ia 11,182. The combined wealth 'I I the Uth day of Majch. A. D. 1924. mad and rendered on 18th. day of Feb. A. D. 0. S. R. 20 E. assessed Emit Mitchell.
I, Q. W. ALDERMA.N.s..1) Hnn. A..V. Lonit. J the Cert'6rat. 1011 embrace Lot 1. 8. 4.R. .
of the.six states including Minnesota, I ( Clerk Circuit Court l.1.'th!:; Judicial. Cirtult i In and for.B.fdt:: 6 of Blk. rOo'l In New River Sea. 23.2 3h>. a
Colorado and Montana By C. A. KNIGHT County. Florida. In that,certain cause whereIn S. R. 20 E.. aaaesaed Rattle Cross.Certificate .
is
Nebraska, | i-14-Bt-4-U Deputy Clerk. J. W. Walnrivht Is complainant and W No. Ill embrace Lota 2 A 8 of
over thirty thousand million dollars. E. Gmn. la defendant the underlined will Blk 24 In New River. Sec. 23, '!'p. 6. S. R.20E.
MASTER'S SALE otTer for sale and will all to the highest and .. D. W. A I. W. PJnholster.Certificate .
And that's only a fraction of the In front of the Court No. 110 embrace* Frnol Blk. 4 IB
that hjvirtu rob !2.oS'i.
t REAL wealth. I Notice of la that hereby certain riven Final Decree orno r'-: :. Bradford ApriL. Floe New River, Sue. 23-24 Tp. 6. S. R. 20 E..
\ids on Monday the 7th. day of A. D. aaseased unknown.
I -O- II I rebymHonsad. rendered V. Lon ,on Judge Feb. oft thEllfhth ;I:. 1K.M. during the legal .hours of sale for the Certificate No. 119 embrace Lot 8, S of
I 11124. > of Mtlafylnn laid fla.d.\ ...... the
Judicial. Circuit. In and for Bradford o purpose Rlk. 7 in New River See. 23-24, Tp. 6, 8. R.
Professor Kammerer, professor of Florid. In that certain eaUHwhe..la ,I following dr tjfC; real t-tetyrorJ: : and being I 20 E.. assessed. Unknown. ,
Letter From Frank Clark biology-which moans the science of County the Federal Land Bank of Columbia In to-wtt; Certificate No. 120 embrace Lob 1, t, of
the of Sec 31. Township
la complainant, and W. E.EMmntuiaon. The SW14 of SWJ4 Blk S in New River Son. 23-24. Tp. 6 B-'R.
i life-in the University of Vienna, a corporation. Cora Edmondson his wife. D. G.; 5. S. Range 22 East 20 'E.. aasessed unknown.
I i<.ij"nd;: Lake cutler National Farm Loan' R. A. GREEN Certificate No. 121 embrace Lot 11 of Blk.
that the is I
j says problem not to make Special Mislay
I Association. corporation, are defendants.. 10 In New River See. 28.24 Tp. 6, 8. R. 20B.
I of confidence" the the body live but make 1 and will. E. M. JOHNS. .. assessed unknown.
hereby announce my candidacy pressions at polls, longer, to the the underalKned will offer for ale : Solicitor for Complainant 8-7-6H-4
No. embrace Lot 8 of Blk.
front Certificate 122
for nomination as the candidate of I can and will, in the future, as in brain remain young for a longer of cell tne to Court the hi.heua Ant bidder door in for Stark.cub Bradford In 12 in New River Sea 23-24. Tp. 6, S. R. JO

y, the Democratic party for representative the past, give you honest and faith period. I Aarlli CoutMy A.Florida'f>. ,ua during.rh.th., r'ioo'day'. of of NOTICE'OP ELECTION, E..c..rtlll..te'123 assessed unknown embrace Lot t of BIV.

in the 69th Congress from the ful service. I still hope to have the Therein Professor Kanune rer spoke ,sale, for the purpose of satisfyingsaid Final I By the power eeated In them by the laws 14 in New River S.... 23-24. '!'p. 6. S. ft.G:.!!
of the State of Florida the Board of Pubilo E.! assessed unknown.
described reel estate
Decree, the following
Second Congressional! District of privilege at the proper time, of coming what the United) States calls a I I lying- and being In Bradford County Florida.BE' f'Instruction of Bradford county Florida h...- Certificate No. 124 embrace Lot 11 of Blk.
Florida in the primary election which before you, and in the open givean "mouthful." A human being is useful tn-wit; of th. SW 4 and the Sill of iby calla\ election to be held In Roller Sub: 15 In New River. Sec. 28.24Tp. 6, S. R. JO.
assessed unknown.
SWV of 8EU: of Section t. Township 7, I school district No. 8 and Sampson Sub school E.
has been called and is to be held on account of my stewardship. while the brain is young, before South Kunire'51 East. NVi of th. Ntt, ofNWV i district No. IS on Tuesday April 22. 1924 ; to Certificate No. 129 embrace Lota 8. 0 of Blk.
... I| and the NWV4 of the NEVi of Section elect three trustees each and to determine the Ill In New River See. 2324. Tp. .. S. R. 20
the Third day of June, A. D. 1924. I am not ashamed of the record I it seta like concrete and refuses to 8. Township 7. South. Ramie 21 East con- ,amount of rrilla*. to be asaeaxd for the E.. assessed unknown.

I Although I have heretofore advisedthe ) have made as your representative in take new impressions. Once the taming 140 acre more. R.01 A.I...GREEN.. I i'succeeding. two years, aitalnit their respective'districts. Blk.Certificate 28 In New No.River 126 Sea embrace 23-24 Lots Tp. 6.1 8., R 7,29 of'

people that I would be a candi- the Congresa of the United States, although mental concrete la set, the sooner the Special Master In Chancery.E. | For the purpose of holding said election In E.? assessed unknown.
I Certificate No. 127: embrace Lobo 10. 11 of
date to succeed myself in Congress, I being a human being, I havo body goes back into the ground, and I Solicitor. M.for JOHNS.Complainant S-T-Bt-4-4 I''Gaaklns.Rosier district J. E. Rosier.Robt. Burns.Jas. Rater Clerk..J. W. Blk. 27 In New River S.... 23-24. TB. 6. 8. R.
managers.
have waited to make this formal announcement undoubtedly made mistakes-emanating the spirit is set free to start over i' For the purpose of .holding said election In 20 E., assessed No.unknown.Certificate 128 embrace. Lot 6. 7. 1*.

until the Congressional from the head and not the heart. again in a younger brain, the' better. ORDER POR PUBLICATION I Sampson district M. Varnsa i. L. Wynn B. 12 of Blk. 28 In New River Sea. 28-24. '!'p. 0.
Brown T. C. Jones,
'I In Circuit Court. Stat of Florida Elihth -appointed manager S. R. 2 I Committee, the only authorized Congratulating you upon, the Not older bodies, but younger brainsis Judicial Circuit, Bradford County, In Chan ,I Clerk.H. Certificate No. 129 embrace Lot 1. 8. S or
B. WIGGINS. L. W. KICKLITER. Blk. 29 In New River Sea 23-24 Tp. 8. 8. B.
civilization
agency of our party so to do, has bright prospects our party has for a what needs. cery.Farmers A Dealer Bank a Secretary. Chairman. 20 E.. assessed unknown.
called the primary Aection.In smashing victory throughout the na. ration onranlsedj and ,. 3.214t-4-IB Certificate No. 130 embrace Lot 11 of Blk.
flies Cu... 14 I under the law of the ., 30 In New River. See 13-24, Tp. 6,' S. R. 20
n
thus formally announcing my Eton next November, and believingwith ID to Ony Florida. E.. assessed unknown.
candidacy I desire to accumulated I OriM i=rrrftm<1nmrov IfPA200I'ThFNTas i Complainant 'O"-l BILL TO QUId TITLE Certificate No. 131 embraces Lot 1. S. S oT
I most gratefully my experience in'r I I. bin,, S1nd. : .. 11r.dlutorPr.uredtn4Pil. I **. In Circuit Court, Bradford County, Flor Fracl Blk. 81 In New River Sea 23-24. Tp. 6. *
thank you for the magnificent I can render you better experiencethan :.1' : J. .II "de.agiy.no.za.SUBSCRIBE J. J. Stentlefca.. ala.. Ida In Chancery 3. R. 20 E.. aasessed unknown.
L f. Defendant.It E. A. Kennedy Certificate No. 132 embrace Lota ,. 12 el
;,. and unwavering support you haveS ever before, and respectfully appearing by affidavit to the Complainant. I Blk. 82 In New River See. 23-24, Tp. 6. 8. B,
given' me in the past, and to say that soliciting your continued favor I am TO bill sled In the above-etated sauce that nColumbia I 20 E.. seaward unknown.Certificate. .
Albert Kelley Ester Keller his wife Sherman N. Payne at als.. No. Ida embrace Lot I of Blk.
S while I can 'never hope to fully deserve as ever, THE TBLECKAPH Williams and Mr. Sherman Williams Defendant IH In New River. Sec. 23-24 Tp. 6. S. B 20-
1 To Columtxa N. Payne, whose widen la E.. assessed unknown.
I hi* wife the defendant therein named
annonresident.
your many most generous ex- FRANK CLARK. embrace All Blk. 4!
r of the State of Florid, and unknown dot.nd.at.O..Un" Certificate No. 134
: j .. WOODLAWN they are resident of Buffalo, Stat of New "*: Yon are hereby required to M In New River. See. S3-24. Tp. 6. S. R. SO>>
York and ar* each over the age of twentyon and appear before the jud... of the circuit E.. assessed unknown.
court for the eighth judicial circuit of Florida Unless 1 said certificate shall be redesmodt
It I Ia therefor ordered that .
',,1'11 '. ing gratitude for happiness and Woodlawn, April 4.-Mrs. W. n.1 nonrealdent years ; defendant be and ar hereby aald- In and for Bradford county on Monday according to I... tax deed will Issue thereoih
rquired *
.
I the 7th day of April. A. D. 1024. at the court on the 14th day of..April A. D. 1924.
I r. I liberty enjoyed under the Stars and Norman was a busness visitor to filed In to said appear...... to the before bill of complaint honae In said' county, la Stark. Florida, toanswer Witnen my off i sis I denature and seal tnlav

l b, I[This WeekBy Stripes, orders his executors to sell Starke Monday. I j slut dy of April on A. or D. 1924 otherwise Monday, the theallegatlona In said a bill court of complaint by E. A. Kennedy.exhibited against.yon 6th day of March" O.A. W.D. 1924.ALDERMAN
of said bill will b* taken as confessed _kln..p.lN'r Clerk Circuit
Th. Bradford Telegraph' Court
t property for cash. After paying his I Mr. J. M. Norman attended the by said defendant "I published County In Stark. a Bradford By Bradford Count Florida.C .
r funeral expenses, all the 'reste-about I Union meeting at Brooker Saturday. I II ) It la further ordered that this order be : county Florida la hereby decimated aa the A. KNIGHT,
$16/100- to the Treasury of the I published one a week for four consecutive newspaper In which this notice shall be pub Deputy Clerk. 3-14-6t-4-ll.
.. goes SI Mr. R. R. Oxt___ >pn__ has hppn vlslr.inc-. .... I
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United States. -- -
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his family in Jacksonvlle.
I I : .
,I It The House of Representatives has I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts wen

+1 approved the loan to let Henry Ford out here Sunday. ? )

t o develop !Muscle Shoals. Poeple in the i I I Misses Gladys Norman and Miami .

South are celebrating with bon-Rrea. Lou were shopping in Lawtey Saturday S

g... Arthur BrUb n. Next will come action by the {j I afternoon. eh

Senate. Every farmer in tho United I I Mr. S. H. Thompson, of White 'e
or
TWO LONG FLIGHTS. States is interested in the proposi- ', Springs, spent the week-end withis -

NAPOLEON'S SHIRT. tion. Senators, thinking they can af- j. family. -

POSTAL WORKCKS PAY. ford to vote against it because "it is i ia II | 'Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips, M> ; .

long time before election," und will ; and Mrs. W. H. Norman were visitors
LEARN AT MARS' KNEE.: I II' I I
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find that this particular thing will to Brooker Sunday afternooif. ON THE SECOND EVERY SECOND.

',.r I I not be forgotten. I, Mr. and Mrs. J, S Norman spent!
III
; Three army men are on a flgiht --o- i the afternoon Sunday in Water Oak. j Human wants are constant and continuous.

\ > around the world. Good luck Ego The shirt that Napoleon wore when section '

l j with them. Good courage' goes he died-of ulcers in the stomach and I Mrs. V. R. Reddish and Mrs. Eva Food, clothing, shelter, and their infinite subdi- I

I urely. About the time they started bitter disappointment,be sold at Godwin} of Lawtey, were hero Thursday I .
visions needs. '
daily
I a well-dresed man, unknown, jumped auction by the descendants of visiting friends. are I e

off the Brooklyn Bridge in New York Archambnult, Napoleon's servant. J: S. Norman was a business vis- I

1- City-r--another and very different With it will tro.a. piece of his coffin I tor to Starke Thursday.D. ; I There is not a clock tick that does not register I

"flight." How far has he gone by and tAe glass from which he drank L. Phillips was a visitor to I a million human desires. I

this time? last. f Lawtey Saturday. .
I
cnt.l I
I 0 S 0 That trash isn't worth a ent.//I I j t The is the closest in the world :
,j You have heard. from the man Hut who will write a book, ENFORCE LAW PARLEY NEXT newspaper thing

1'1 that doesn't want to pay income tax, clear that Napoleon ruined his health J I I I to the peoples wants. It i, an expression of theeverpressingrdesire r

1 I the other man that hates inheritance and energy for lack of which he dilly. J Dry Force to :Meet at Washington>> I

v : tax, all the complainers. What do dallied in Russia, and was beaten in During April for news.

! j' you think of Wesley' Jordan, seventy- : Waterloo because he prided himself I I i

t lave years old, farmer, just dead at on eating too fast and sleeping only WASHINGTON.The "Enforce I N a. The advertiserrwho uses the newspaper reaches

S : Lancaster, Ohio? His will, expreis- I four hours. That book might he''! I I the law" convention is the latest I
with his
people the moment'
1 --'- ,-- -- worth millions; to some of America I' wrinkle in national conferences. message at right .

/ useful builders that live as foolishly 'I Washington has been surfeited

as Napoleon did. I with conferences this winter, the I r Somewhere, with some person wanting some ,

t VJhite House Hope. I I 1'latest being the "Face the Facts" I '
-00I / conference I thing, newspaper advertising registers
every seer.ond .
I No. 3Senator I Salaries of post-office employees'should I' held by the wet,forces. I I *
of the
I be increased. It costs them I II "Enforce the law!" is the messagethat day. I II I

.(1 I I all more to live. It costs mail car- will go forth from the law enforcement

riers much more to buy hoes.I I II j convention of large organ- I II ;IS ItT brings buyer and' seller together because it. I

I Work put upon all employees Is'' izations of women to be held in this I
brings the right the right time.
I'I. 1 greater. The physical load on the I city April 10 and 11. Mrs. Herbert message'at -

backs of letter carriers, with parcel ', Hoover is chairman and Mrs. Robert I I I
5 ,There is'no advertising medium close
the
I. wife of the former so to
i, post and all the rest of it, is doubled. Lansing, secretary ,

j .' -0--- of state, la honorary secretary in i people as the newspaper. .

;, I You appreciate post-office workers I.charge of the arangements.: sa6Rd i
i
s I .. t /
i so please write to your congressman _
r I and to your Senators urging IROGERS FOUND GUILTY I f r----

t ;' support of the bill to increase po t- AND GETS LIFE TERM
a
j office wage. -
,
.
I Uncle Sam should set an example DOUGLAS Ga.-John A. Rogers I '

\ !1 as a good employer and pay the employee and Eugenia Rogers were convicted I
-
y. decent wages. I of murder by a jury in Coffee county
I THE -RAQFOBD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
-o- l superior court, the verdict carrying ..

1 Imagine this, in a strange; interplanetary with it a recommendation of mercy .

code: I Judge J. I. Summerall immediately .
IS A GOOD
of I Planet Man calling Lecture for ]: sentenced the couple to life imprisonment NEWSPAPER

lee 11.1 La Foilette Wisconsin, younger planeta on simple method and it is announced that they i .
Progressive Republican whose \
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showing of strength in the@n..atlonal of releasing and harnessing pent-op CnHJ>KENS FATAL DISEASES .

North Dakota primary has the forces of atomic construction.. I! Worms and paraaitea in the intestines .

whole country talking He ran second -0- of children undermine health and so
r to President Coolidge and weaken their vitality that they are unable ito '
ahead of'Hiram Johnson despite the Evenually every part of this resist too disease ao fatal to child life- I
!
fact that Ms name was not on the world will talk to every other- part The sofa course is to fin: A few
lIot but bad to be written in or through the air. The great question I i White' Cream Vermuum. It destroys

I $laced. on a sticker. is will the planet be able to talk and expels the worms without the slightest
injury to the health or activity of the
j'j'lIa through the ether to OTHER child.. iWoSSc. Sold by ,

PLANETS ? Shall we learn from All Drag StorM '
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FRIDAY. APRIL I, 1921 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE TURKU
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f News of Florida In Short Paragraphs PIIM-I April i.-Mr. Marcus II ward r : .. ,.
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..... .. and sister Annie, attended the '
i"MMtmHutmif -- 'aHenMiiMiMuMmiimmnm'HHmMmim* **rnamH--- Land! and Engineering SurtcyingSTARKK. !
party given by Miss Rostenburu Immunity :T "Glorious Lat' ':cnv"
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| .Live State News J I' FLORIDA honoring the Senior Class of tho ===""-",,, -:'.""" -=_--- '- ___ "u.:0- --..-,.,-,.",, =-.:-==
U. U. S. in Lake Butler Friday night.
I .. .. Wo need a new t'laSa: 11crtion in the criminal code. Tf a
rswawrr.a -- "' Quite a number of. ross ties end ran Htoalw live dolJniM it 1st petit: larceny. H he st :a-, u.u''

Told by Our Exchanges.An The West Coast Building and Loan veneer blocks were shipped from hero t'nmdt'l' dollars\ it is -it rand \Ij r\:. ny. Sovminfel-I; I? ,>f'':,; : ?

--- .., Association, with of last week. hs- steJU one or two hvnJrctl! ;u,i'ion doll" ;it L i: -, 1\10-: : ':"'ty
--- ------------- _- a capitalization
Un =u""u" m'un .n.u.n 'u. A number of leaveench
egg: cases larcl' aM; I wt ha\'::! no C':t"lic; 1m; for that.: Tsio: ;%>vvm-

election to vote on issuing $1- Out of a total of 1,499 applcantswho $500,000, and with headquarters in day. As high as 14' cases were m'nt'Yos't 11:> e'+0.101)-14' '* exnunse)) 8".1,1" I'"M tu) the:. ,u.. .' I' Ii

000,000 .In county road ,bonds will be took examinations February 7-9 Bradentown has been formed, with shipped l on one train. yeltn': 0': :'" .'* b.tul'( ::!'y ual'kt'i 11 >:' ,11U... .iUci.c.: ', V\ .I i ,ia ..

held >!n DeSoto* May 6. in i the counties throughout/ the state, the incorporators well known men of Mr. and !Mrs. Isaac Blackwelder i'rK.t"i-t i.'. _u iui i 1 tI'T'i'' ,1. i t." ,' 11 I \.,.!: 1Il' 'ti ll.IlU :1..1 I

only 16 succeeded in qualifying for Bradentown; lakeland, Tampa, Sara- have returned to their homo in St. !,>' ttl;' t'.io r'1.. in two duv'\. :: l..._' f ; 'I > i ,J million ; ai" \\,1; l
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J. F. Miller of Baldwin, recently Petersburg after 'two weeks' visit .. : 1',1t .tl'f\t '
sota. Articles of incorporation have i fell C.1;: SJ.ITI''r' PCi i'nn < arrested charges of violating the first grade teachers' certificates ac- I with relatives and friends The i
on been drawn up and letters patent \';i,1"F.: : ( .! l:,' "(' .
turned to then I cording to figures made public givingthe ) former's mother accompanied them to I,
la and over applIed
liquor
have been for and it is the .. ,,: ,
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Of T. -- i I' : : 1. : ':
Nassau cdunty_ authorities for trial results of the examinations. purpose of the new organization to spend a while. hart ,' .. t.I. d '..:" '
the total taking the examinations, o.'l: tv: :. i' < \; u> n: I t tlo
escaped from the county jail. white and 288 colored. begin to function just as soon as the Mr. At. A. Dukes, who has been confined i ..h3vim t1- rr : i ,' .1 t >I. :'. ',' l that; i:, j.
1,211 were
to his bed for time is
state grants the necessary charter. some ei Jiy bo c\nJuct'd: b; tae: :,,; : t ,' .. : .' _lor. '

Six new Btute banks and one state Three armed bandits held a dozen some better at this writing. Chrvt'; charjc.i, ati.i..'1'<1" :;"r Ii: ;,.,,, .::', \ .;:',' t. ,'::1\ Int.1 1i..ri I '' !t

bank and trust company have been employees at bay in the office of .the Preparations are being made at the Early Mtfaday' \ morning tho barn of call 1 ISJuC", l.LCi} mint ecru.1' .: ...j .' pout: ,j ,t i : t:: ,

opened in Florida since the beginningof I Hnv-a-Um'pa Cigar company at 2007 : state prison farm at Raiford to tan J. :S. Howards was struck by lightning / to capitnliae the itu"t.'ci: for I'4'elf) or i'o flit party um.il b"

the new year,according to information Twenty-first street, Tampa, last Saturday I and prepare not only the upper demolishing the end of same. tho performance hia lcc"nw dfs.<{ i8tJnjr. TIio isauu has bac: !) r

compiled for the state banking leather but that for soles also to be Horses and mules were in the further i.i bi-atuij, the tuft in to lead th.. '
while they scooped up a pay- lost to sight.'cl'rono ::
,department at Tallahassee used in the manufacture of shoe at end lit the lot. Had they been near
roll of nearly $25,000 and fled so I public mind down u <;:zun aide lanes.
that institution. A small plant has no doubt some would have been killed. ,
that trace of them was that the Uu. J"II-
: quickly no The country has been told .1 ":j KO
Truffle on the Atlantic Coast Line been in, operation at, the farm for 11. S. Long visited hero Sunday
found. Not shot fired, but worth $200uOO,000vandthat
railroad between Lakeland and La- a was several ,years whero all shoes were II ment has been robbed of property
morning.Mr.
one man, the doorkeeper, was beaten the roliln'ry was maclo possible: by the connivance of
Coochee was routed over the Sea- made that aro used on tho farm and :
) Carl Brown
with a revolver by one of the bandits. passed through ;Tidnls and the bribery of others. Jf these be
board Air Line at Plant City Satur. I!I some of those used at some of the here enron to to Alachutt Sunday some public :

day because eight cars of fruit and other state Institutions that are under afternoon.Mr. facts, then there is: n plain, straightforward American course

vegetables were derailed and 200 feet Twelve ,thousand dollars worth of .tho control of the board of commissioners that can: be pursued. Under the present system of probe
T. E. Duncan of Lake Butler
radium, stolen from Dr. A: B. Par- and side probe, charge and counter-charge, the i issues will
of track torn of state institutions
up.
visitud in Dukes .
rott of Miami January 3 last, was Sunday afternoon.Mr. drug along for years ; so long, in fact, that tho public with
recovered intact. loss which oc F J. E. Harper spent tho weekend -
matter.
"The' all about the
Enoa Carl Young, 7 year old son of Petitions are circulating in Lake with his family In Luke ..Butler.Mr its short memory will have forgotten
cured in his office not reportedbut
was
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Young, of the' detectives were called in Wales asking the city council to calla *. J. G. Stone and son, Hilton If the government in Washington does not know how: to

Live Oak tourist camp, located on 1 private radium dis- bond election for $150,000 for civic spent Friday afternoon in Lake approach the problem, let the readers of this newspaper

the outskirts of Daytona, died Thurs- on the case. The was improvements. The program outlinedin Butler. write to the President and Mk him to call n Special Federal

... day, the victim of burns from flames land covered the by find school was boys learned in a vacant of by lot a the petition specifics the building R. E. Dell, of Lake Butler, was II Grand Jury. Ask him to have the evidence placed before .

that enveloped him while he slept druggist who reported it to Dr. a muncipal golf course on a 200-acra visiting in this section one day the that Grand Jury and indictments obtained. Then the issue

peacefully in the family cottage. Palmer. > tract of land a mile from town on the week. can be tried in a prompt und( orderly manner and the atmosphere 'I

Uesperides road, to cost $55,000; The many frendt of J. S. Howard I cleared at once. Doheny, Sinclair, Kail and anyone 'I

Three counterfeit ten dollar banknotes I Bradentown's efforts to obtain a baseball park, grandstand etc, $15- are glad. to see him out after having j else charged no openly with looting tho American domain
turned into the office of 000 building Crystal Park i welcome such if as innocent as they insist ':
were of soft water probably will ; $20,000; been confined to his bed for several surely will H course

United States Marshal Miller at i I I supply result within the next nix months in draining and filling in large spaces days with tt-fcnd cold which threaten I and I if they are not then the sooner they are brought to

Pensacola. That official called upon I I finding a source of sufficent volume about Lake Wales and between it and ed pneumonia. book the better. I

the district attorney's office and efforts -I to meet: the needs. Tests have been North Lake Wales for playgrounds, !\ and Mrs. R.: E. Shellar and

were renewed, with a hope of I made of one three-inch well revealed parks etc., $50,000. son, Marcus, spent Sunday after.1 1Jr. The Michigan Supreme Court did well to uphold the right of the
running down the source of these noon in Lake Butler. State Normal :School: to expel one of Its girl pupils for smoking cigarettes -
that it furnished 158,400 gallons a Unless we watch ours 'lvlJ" some high school girl will battle
,
spurious notes.Beginning Marion county will have one of the Rev II. 1'. Atwoll of
I!! day, which Is about half the normal Springfield, for her right to carry a flask on the hip.

Ail2;: I I consumption of the city at present, best highway systems in Florida Ohio, an able-mull of God, who came I
and extending under the plans outlined for submis to this sttao and located at I'lant will be
I and indications are that other wellsin It has been suggested 1 that the now campaign sonrf
.. through the 24th and 25th, Fort the vicnty may be found. sion to the people who will on April City last fall, where ha fIIithrullylaboeed entitled hould Oiled Acquaintance Bu Forgot./ .

Myers will be host to Florida Grand I 30, vote on a proposed bond Issue of and earnestly proclaimed, the

Lodge, Knights of Pythias. It is unusual -! Jerry W. Carter, state hotel commissioner $1,500,000, according to surveys made Gospel resulting! In the os'tabliahing "Yours Is a fine country," said the Scotchman to the Australian.

for the grand lodge meeting to 1 I' has announced his candidacy by County Highway Engineer J. E. und .setting In order a church which "I hear ye hu'e a great many Scotch over there. "A v..("" replied

last more than two days but this I' for delegate to the Democratic Walker The proposed system called he presented for acceptation to tho I the Australian\ "but our chief trouble is with the rabbits.

it was decided to make it a I for In the bond Includes nine
year proposal South Georgia Free Will Baptist Association I

national convention from the state-
i Chinese artist with quite a reputation when ha was asked
A
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affair. .1 projects with
total
three-day a of
at-Iarge, subject to the primary June 137 miles, which was ad rutted. When i; recently! by one of New YorVs wcnlthy men to do a picture of hl.

., .. i "if Florida !.? +n ?.?+ relict; from which will be In addition to State coming to this state he was affiliated(I daughter; in oil, miid, "No. :Me artist, not politician."
r Emphasis upon the commanding ; Roads Nos. 2 and 5 under '
'the 'p-r.l's t' transportation; rates, he now construction with tho Rescue Evangelical church. 1
position held by Lake City on the I through tho Including lie '
county. M now enrouted to his
says,."assurance must be had from bring FLOOD DA.MACiK GREAT Senator McKellar, Democrat, Tennessee
'
Florida short route was stressed at a the two state rotula
- the total II
.' the nominee of this convention that family with him to Plant City to Introduced a resolution directing
conference between the officers of the mileage will be 191.!
make
their future homo where he j'l
Florida will )have representation on tho committee to Investigate -
Lake City Chamber of Commerce' PITTSBURGH, Pa., !March 30. judiciary !
the will labor us a Free Will Baptist
interstate commerce commission. I whether Secretary !Mellon\
and the Columbus, Ga., deputation attached Manufacture of paper from the minister., He visited Brooker church Floods In tVnnsylvunln, W st Vlr- is holding oflk-u J In violation of the law I

to the motorcade which passed refuse of sugar cane and by the use and canto to Harmony church, Dukes, KJniu, and Maryland caused by warm <
I Two speed boats and an airplane which forblda the treasury head to bo a
through Lake City enroute to Tampa. probably will arrive in Jacksonville I i of napier, bamboo and other grasses, where he heM services rains and molting snow in mountains engaged in trade or commerce. j
is contemplated in plans for the and melting snows in the moontalrto
| In July tob used in apprehending .
Crushed and internally injured, formation of a company in Miami. SUn CIUBE: TO I had devastated, a wide area In those
rum runnets, both at' sea and on LAST STICK OF TYPESET
Joseph. Fennell), 24, died at a | Promoters of the scheme state that THE TELEGRAPH states tonight, taken a toll of .
i land. The loss of the Russ, a con-
IIY IIAKDINO IS
hospital in Jacksonville Friday after- after seven years of experimentalwork thirteen lives and caused, millions; of
( verted submarine I
which
chaser) ex-
noon from injuries sustained when in that vicinity satisfactory dollars damage to property. GIVEN 1'IIKBS HEADWASHINGTON. :
and sank at Thursday
jplodod sea
he fell 40 feet from a moving crane I tests have been made of vegetable I'roperty damage In Cumberland ,

which he operated in connection with I afternoon off Mayport, burning three growth and -that excellent paper has was placed at $3,000,000 and In HtU- .-Tho last stick of i
,
and almost the' lives of
men costing fake
the new florida East Coast railway I been made by northern mils from burgh at $1,600,000. Estimates from type set by President larding was ,
Sheriff Chief
Dowling Duncan and
bridge! across the St. Johns river, according I I j refuse of sugar cane. Various other sections were not available.The turned. over to Frank B. Noyes, president a
five other men, will expedite the
arrival -
to fellow workmen. grades of paper from newsprint to princpal damage here wan to of The Associated! Press today
of
the craft.
new fine writing stocks, may be made the Industrial plants located along by W. F. Thompson, publisher of the I

According to the latest reports received from this material. water front. Fairbanks, Alaska, NewsMiner.Tho .
definite stand in favor of
Taking a
at the Florida State Marketing type was net by tty late president
adjusted for the
Bureau from the Hastings section, compensation ex- The next session of the legislaturewill MELLON UNDER FIRE during hl" visit last July to

a recent rains has damaged the potato service men. Governor Cary A. be asked, to say whether or not a ot'a st Fairbanks, where ho spent an hourIn
Hardee of Florida I
paid tribute to
crop considerably. It has turned,the ,1 the l the present system of handling state rea.t WASIHNCJTON', !March\ 28.,-HavIng tho composing room of the News-
American Legion as body which aces ate
vines yellow, rotted a large number ,1, a I prisoners at the road camps Is proper. disposed, of Attorney General Miner, the farthest! north dally newspaper }

of the young tubers and hindered the would the affairs wield of great the strength nation. in.Governor shaping I The cards will be laid on the table, Dauffherty, as well as Secretary Mr. Thompson In addition to. ,:

t. cultivation as much as 20 per cent, face up, by Nathan Mayo, commis- Denby, the coalition senate attack on turning over the type to Mr. Noynes,
Hardee was the principal speaker at
according to some estimates. : sioner of agriculture and the state's the administration today turned on arranged to have It formally presented I
I I the
session of the state convention of .
', tho American Legion at St. Petersburg lawmakers, given an opportunity to for the liver Secretary Mellon with indication. to The Associated! Praia at the

Under instructions from Judge; see the result of two years' experiment that more cabinet officer might come forthcoming annual nieetln; In New
.. and was the honored guest of Beware of Imitation.. Demand
William B. Sheppard of Pensacola, a the Legion. practically an honor the genuine In I(Oc and 33c package under the bombardment.No York by Secretary of Agriculture

t. t Jury in Federal court rendered verdicts system, in dealing wih men who have bearing above trade mark. I sooner had the attorney prenor- Wallace, tho publisher member of

in the sum of $31,431! in favor of I Quick work ; ;;;;fire department been sentenced to serve for crimes aI'" resignation/ been submitted!, than the Harding cabinet.

the Wilson and Toomer Fertilizer committed, and then called
saved upon to -- -
an entire block of office buildings ,
company which sued eleven fire insurance and stores Jn the heart of the (I build good roads while satisfying

companies for damages business section of Orlando, which i society for violation of its rules. I Iyi

claimed to be incidental to a fire : were threatened seriously.by a fire The final I[I KEEPING;: A GOOD MAN DOWN
chapter was commencedIn
which started In
j
a dry cleaning I
which occured October! I, 1320. .. the case of Mrs. Laura E. Winchester ,
r tuUIishment. The total loss is expected .
\ and her J 13-year-old daughter/ TIGHTCR. .
to reach the $6,000 mark. The

tire w.'is started when a colored presser I John Eva, formerly of Gastonia, ; Ilovs, 9G
N. d., In connection with the ,
killing 71GMTER
ASPliRINBeware I nt the. club attempted to fiU a i iof uetA"
J. .Winchester
pressing machine with gasoline from husband and tiJ'
a larger bucket. father !March\ 12. An'order issued I by

Julian Hazard, county judge, would "

of Imitations! Increased telephone rates grantedthe committ' the older woman to the 4 to 't .

. Pennsular Telephone Companywill state insane asylum at Chatahoocheeand

.' ;, ." go into effect at St. Petersburgand P'IK-B' the girl in the home of a QetitArI
family living rose ,
the
near place In Seff-
'!+i Plant City, Tuesday, April 1st.
;' ner, where the man met death. The -- .
-: The orders granting the higher rates ,
issued few two wimen were arrested March 12, 1 ;.
were a days ago, and followed
(DAYE ) hearings held at the two citieson when ''he /girl told 1 authorities she ./
kicked ind trampled her
father to
January 16 and 18, rell' ectlvely./
death fter the mother
becoming Ir-
No one appeared at the St. Petersburg -
ration ", had hit-him with apiece of l
hearing to oppose the petition
pipe a I forced her to attack him.
by the company'for higher rates, and
J yyrAV
only two persons appeared in opposition r

at Plant City. TilE TELEGRAPH READ i I! /" r '

19z4
FOR ALL LOCAL HAPPENINGS ,. rb
Work has begun of
on preparation BuSINE55dv
per
i ,
what will be the greatest tourist

Unless you we the> "Bayer Cr"" ." on camp in the United States-the I A TONIC j

package or on tablet you are not getting I thirty-two acres forming part of the (}rove'. .iastcl.. chill Tonic restores rt J

safe the by genuine millions Bayer and Aspirin prescribed proved by old Braden place on the Manatee and : Energy!! and Vitality by Purifying and
1
physicians! over twenty-three years for Braden river, in the eastern part of : Enrich. 4 Ole Blood. When you feel j ilstrrn

Colds N Heailai.lia the city of Manatee, and embracing ,. ilntf.* Invigorating/ effect see bowIt

Toothache Lumbago the ruins of Braden castle. The I briu:0101' to the cheek and how
!7.
Neuritis Rheumatism property recently acquired by the It Imi 8 the appetite, you wlil then .

Neuralgia Pain Pain Tourists' Camping Association of pprei Its true tonic value. 1/

Accept "Bayw Tablet of A.plrtn" A America Is to be put In shape for Grove iteleM chill Tonic i* Imply .

only Each unbroken nockag*boxes contain of next fall and the promoter of the Iron 4 ilnitie suspended la syniifc So .

proven directions Handy proposition estimate they be. ableto pleas. en children like It. The Uuodneed
few eenti. DiriiU wUl
twelve tablet cost
aim Mil bottle. of 21 and 100. accommodate 6,000 campers and ONE. to Purify.It and IRON to l4' .. rA.tGtatt Mtf lr
a.tf' qAJ
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FRIDAY, APRIL, 1921
:.,'. '. ,BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK FLORIDA "

':' PAGE! FOUL On Sunday afetrnoon. March the Mr. and Mrs.John Reynolds, who
: 1 SUCCESSFUL PLAY LAKE BUTLER their) -friends Mr.
M ,
have been visiting
thirteenth, a boat hired by Mr. F. E.
: I and Mrs. J. C. Cardwell, at Keystone
: i.a..l- The play "Mrs. and Mr. Polly The Convention of the Churches Carr, of Keystone Heights, took a Heights, have returned to their home I;
'
Tickk", which was given under the Christ, of Bradford and Union number of passengers on a trip I in Kentucky.
direction of Miss Emmie Harris, of counties and District No. 1, in and
'JI :> 1VI around Santa Fe lake and through ._ -
arta g Atlanta, Qa., was a grand success. around Live Oak, convened in Lake entertained
the canal to Lake Alto, stopping at Mrs. C. J, Lawrence
__ This amualng story was supposed Butler, March 29th and 30th with Monday
,,.. '.' I to be in 1975 when Dame Fashion; I a large attendance and every churchwas the Maxwell orange grove. The passengers with a fancy work party
I; -- -.- .- --- .. -- -- '--- and Father Time were discussing the well represented. Rev. J. B. practically all of whom were afternoon, March twenty-fourth j 4| ,

IMioiu-H 29 lend KM approaching 'fashions for men and Crews preached an Interesting sermon From the Heights/ went in machines -

I I women. Father Time reads in his Saturday at eleven o'clock on to Melrose, and boarded. the boat SUBSCRIBE TO
:
W. C. T. U. WILL Last Hope Gottschalk record book of girls in hoop skirts the kind of officers Christ would there.: TilE TELEGRAPH ,

HOLD MOTHERS' MEETINGNext : Florence Andrews and polka bonnets as in the days of advocate for churches and conven- ;;- -.

Chorus long ago; while Dame Fashion sees ,. tion. Rev. A. M. Depew of Tampa, ',cI I 1-- --
Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 Dance of Pine Tree Fairies Forman; in her crystal ball, men in ruffled state evangelist, attended the Convention -

;, tho W. C. T. U. will\ have a mothers' Girls' Glee Club trousers and frills, and the women I and preached at eleven Sunday ",
meeting at tho club house. Mrs E. Two Larks Leschetlzsk; using the ballot and gradually exchanging I on "The Plaform of the Restora- -

M. Johns, chairman of Child Welfare, Isabel Fernandez places with men. The tion Movement," and he held the

''I i:, will have the meeting,; in charge. Vocal Blossom Doa women in those far-advanced days congregation spell-bound with his The Open Portal

b There will be n question box, the Mildred Gill dress" in mannish clothes and attendto I forceful manner and everyone felta r

young mothers to ask the question Sonata-l'nthetlque Beethoven practically all business, leaving the greater interest in the building of I sr7 I I
and the older mothers to answer Polka do la Reine Roll men at home to do the housework, His Kingdom. All those that took a -

I '\, them. At the dose of the meeting Iris Epperson sewing and caring for the children!' part on the program are too : _
=c7
there will bo a nuclei half hour and Piano Trio Dame Fashion as Mrs. Fred Sapp numerous to mention but It was ,
refreshments will be served. Special Invitation to the Dance Weber : and Father Time as Mr. Will Blakely : pronounced the best and most intellectual I
Iris Epperson, Isabel Fernandez, performed their parts well. Mrs. A. and spiritual convention that '
music.
Florence Andrews.All I Z. Adkins and Miss Louise Fernandezdid was ever held before.

TWO RECITALS BY friends are cordially Invited to their| parts to perfection- show- I' l

MRS. WALL'S PUPILS attend these recitals. ing the contrast between 1850 and I Reverends Daugherty and Thorn-

1975. Mrs. Polly Tickk and Mr, I quest and many others from Starke )II

First to be Given Twluy at Four n. Y. P. U. SOCIAL Polly Tickk were impersonated by attended the Convention Jjaturday and i

O'Clock; Second Next Friday !Mrs. Will Blakely and S. E. Ritch. Sunday.Mr. II

Monday evening the Senior B. Y. Mr. Bitch was splendid as a housekeeper I I Y

Tho music pupils of Mrs. Mabel P. U. was entertained from eight to and kept the audience in an and Mrs. G. M. Hightower, of

Wall will give two recitals at the ten at the home of Mrs. G. W. Alderman uproar of laughter, while Mrs. Blake Jacksonville, and many others attended -

Bradford High School auditorium on N. Walnut street. ly .showed her ability by attending the Convention Sunday.

during the next ten days. The first Several guessing contents were enjoyed to matters of importance. The little -

". will be held this afternoon (Friday) and a number of delightful Tickks were Etta Fay Gill, Helen Mr. Hance O'Hara, of Live Oak

at 4 o'clock; tho second will\ be on piano selections were given by Miss' Gray', Paul Knight and Billy Graham, and several young men and ladies

Friday, April 11th, at .4 p. m. Mono Alderman, Miss Ethel Griffin I who showed great promise of future were visitors at the* Convention __ __ _.__ :: I .

Following is the program for thin and Mr. Percy Moulton, of Halifax, : aotors. Saturday and Sunday. ,
Daisy Ann Gray was Hilda Struth,
-
afternoon Chorus : Golden Crimson Tulips I Nova Towards Scotia.the close of the evening who was determined that the anti- Mr. Albritton, of Falmouth, was _We but reflect the friendliness and respect of the world to

Giants Tall A Rub a Dub-Dub. light refreshments of hot cocoa,' trouser bill should be passed, but one of the visitors at the Convention the man with money in the baM: 1I r
calmly changed'her plans when she
Jessie ulnojr Sunday '
cakes and fudge were served. i y
First Grade Those enjoying the. evening were finds out her suitor, Billy Lawson He is a living example of mastery over self-a man with

t' Chorus Selected Misses Fannie Darby, Isabel Bullen,' ([who was impersonated by L. F. I was with much sorrow that the the courageand will to spend less than he makes and to ; ..
Fifth Grade Ethel Griffin, Jessie Thomas, Mona Smith) refuses to be bossed by a news came to us that Mrs. T. M. '

Piano Duet and Blanche Alderman, Eunice Perkins woman. Boals, of Starke, had been carted' to build upon a solid foundation for future successes,
r Roffex i and Teresa The characters, Mr. end Mrs. Sullivan the, St. Luke's, Hospital in Jacksonville -
Taps Mildred: Gill, Eunice to all. Start
.' I Thelma Andreu, Vivian Kate Snellsrrove; Messrs. Hugh Brownlee, O'Brien were impersonated by for an operation a few days ago. The gate is.wide open .

Piano The ,Soldier Boy I Jr., Thomas Limbaugh: Gerald Mid- L. Wyman and Mrs. G. C. Collins, But we are pleased to note that she this week and let your money grow

"t Bunny Canova dleton, Herachell Crosby, Frank Car- whose acting .showed decided talent. is getting on very nicely. Mrs. at 4 cent compounded quarterlyI
Duet Select I d Miss Carolyn Fripp was adorable Boals was Miss Thelma Blair who i per
,4 Piano! penter, Alvin Beck, One Wiggins,
l' 811 an old fashioned girl. The parts central in local
Lois and Hazel Adkins Owen Griffin Percy Moulton, JohnPadgett served as assistant I
Piano of Lake Butler Mrs Jay taken by Comer Long, Joe Wainwright phone office for A long time and has ,I

; Dawn -, ."-.V;, RoweGrandpu'sWaH Alderman and Mr. and Mm. G. W. Frank Carpenter, George many friends who are anxious to Bradford County Bank -
Flynn, Gerald Middleton, Mist Lois
:* Spaulding Alderman. hear she is well again. \ I

.. .,' ..1rIT. ,.i.. Adkins Edwards, Miss Clara Mae Shepard,
.. --
\tI Miss Aileen Alvarez and Miss I
VocalI I I WOMAN'S: CLUB WILL iiEstablished 1889
Know A Cave Bilbo 1 MEET WEDNESDAY Vlvirette Floyd were carried out to I "

Hazel AdkinR Lois Adkins, Accompanist I The class In parliamentary- law will perfection.Miss Ethel Griffin, who is an excellent i HOTEL MARION i iI i "Bradford County's Fimncial Stronghold" !"

rendered the music fr
Piano pianist,
meet next Wednesday afternoon at I STARKE, FLA. I
the
evening.
,, Name Engelmi 2:30: at the club house
Hazel Adkins I I Business meeting will be held at Mrs. E. M. Johns chairman of I v
'' finance, wishes to publicly thank Under New Management .
Piano .
3:30.: Mrs. J. C. Robinson, chairman
Over the Top Rolfe each one who in any way aslsted I -- --- -- ------_ -
of press committee, and Mrs. F. I. Center of City -------
,.' Louise Hayes Turner chairman of membership with the play. I
! Piano Happy Farmer I I committee, will have charge of tlmeeting. Tickets were sold to the amount 01 Excellent Rooms-Excellent i ALE STARTS SATURDAY APRIL 5th
$188.00. Meals
tj '' Sarah, Hope Haynes, ,, II. H. Young will speak :
;{
Piano Duet concerning the department, and
, I press
I' 1 Linwood Waltz Booth 1 T>. E. Knight will speak in behalf ot Mrs. O. L. Bensley returned Monday I "Ask the Traveling Man." I i iI I
' Alice Fernandez and i from a visit to Americus, Albanyand I
membership. During the locia1i. I
'Sarah 11 I Fort Valley, Ga. While in Fort .
Hope HaynesPiano '
will -
Struth
period Miss Hilda sing -
i. several selections. I Valley Mrs. Beasley attended the
Pench Festival. OUT OF( BUSINESS
! Spring's Awakening Select !i Hostesses: Mrs. J. C. Robinson, I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS GOING

Melody of Springtime Roll Mrs. C. L. Peek Mrs. J. 11. Ritch, '
Alice Fernandez Mrs. N. T. Hitch, Mrs. U. M. Snyder, FOOD SALE SATURDAY- Keystone lJehthts'lereets ,

Piano and Mrs. O. M. Sistrunk. AFTERNOON: 'Put mil n Hall 4
'Neath the Greenwood Tree -
\\1 ended
Heights a successful -

,... Farfalletta Thelma Andreu Marks MRS. WALL Methodist The Missionary church will Society give of n food the I Keystone basket-ball season Saturday afternoon when. Must Vacate Building by April 15th'

Filth Nocturne Leyvach HOSTESS U. D. C. MEETINGThe : : I sale tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon, March twenty-second, I
Hall'in
defeated Putman a fast!
:, < Mary Canova beginning at two o'clock, at Hull they
Piano Duet member of the W. T. Week store. Come and buy something good game on the Keystone court by a i

; I Value Rathbu Chapter, U. D. C., were hospitably for your Sunday dinner. There 'will score of 0-8. Alderman's sensationalgoal ..

t;t Ciunni Ma Bennett, Thelma Andreu 'entertained Wednesday afternoon by be on sale home-made cakes, lemon shooting, and Watkins'the skillful STORE FOR RENT 1
Piano :Mrs. W. L. Wall, at her attractive and other.kinds of pies, candy, sandwiches tapping off at center made pointsfor

Yellow; Jonquil Johanning home on Cherry street. The spacious and iced tea, meat loaf, i Ice the visiting team. Panj'born'sexcl'ptlonally i\
shots and brilliant
long
. Elsie Jones living room was decorated with glow- cream.
Piano ing amaryllis lilies and other spring The ladies of the church are working during the extra five minutes pf play,,

; Value Venitienie Ringue (flowers to pay off a debt and to keep the brought up the score of the Key- stock of Dry
team to one point victory. Our entire
stono a
Elizabeth Kendrick Mrs. J. M. Brown presided over parsonage in necessary repairs. Mr .
Flute d'EtoIles Wachs the meeting and Mrs. W. J. Eppersoi G. C. Sweat ill chairman of food sale Line-up is as follows:

Eunice Perkins acted l as secretary pro tern. .Reports committee. Mrs. W. f.. Middletoipresident Keystone Heights Putman Hall
Piano I were heard from the treasurer, registrar Woman's Missionary So- Wabrath ------ F ------ Alderman! Goods Shoes Clothing Hats
Water Wheel finance and cemetery committees ciety. I' Mack un____ F _____; Middlemen ;

Scarf Dance Chaminad William also from Mrs. O. L. Haynes I Talbert --.____- C -..._-- Watkins
:
director of C. of C. i I'anjtbornun G ------ W. Tyr
Blanche Alderman Mrs. Harry Barney, of OsletriMih. Gents Furnishing etc. Also j
Arrangements made for Lawrence ___on G _u____ I. TyreFieldMack
4 Vocal Duet were ,
Selected : is the guest of her mothe, II
Talbert
: Pangborn 2, ,
Memorial Day, the 26th inst., at
Mildred Gill Fannie
Mrs.
Darby Avie Stilly. Mrs. Barney was
Yvat..ins.: Fouls-Wabrath 0 out of
which time the veterans of J. J.
Vocal Solo My Task Dickison Camp will be entertained formerly Miss Queenie Stilly and her I' 1, Mack 1 out of 2, Alderman 6 out Store Fixtures Show Cases 1
Nellie Stearns
friends are glad to have her here on of 7. ,
Finn for dinner by the local chapter. It a visit *
Norwegian Briditf Procession? was decided to give a food sale at .
Griej Hull's store the 12Unst. Several young ladies of the Keystone Desk Cash
> Isabel Fernandes on Saturday The Como news items of thied and Mirrors Safe Register -
Heights vicinity were ,
.
Grande March de Concert The chapter gladly accepted the an account.of the Killarney entertainment ,
Invitation of Mrs. A. M. Darby to entertained at a party given Tuesday
Wollenhaupt have a silver tea at her home in May, and bazaar given by the evening, March twenty-fifth, by the
Jiosa
Leviton alatka Times-Herald! last week car Misses Leda and Elizabeth and other
arrangements to be completed at the Caughey. Typewriter
Dailies A'id
society of the Methodist ,
and the Misses Arneeta and Helen
text meeting. The historian, Mrs
I'rotrrum for Friday church .Monday night, March 17.
I. G. Powell read of Reconstruction Ogden, at the Caughey home on Keystone -
altemoon'l an Episode -
April 11th: *
Among those taking Mrs.
part was
Days. Lake. The rooms were attractively This stock will
fixtures.
Chorus Selected E. T. Campbell, of WeUka, who> store:
decorated with spring flowers,
The hostess assisted by her sister! ,
B. H. S. Glee Club besides giving a reading, presented
and favors and refreshments were in I
Piano DuetOverture Irs. J. M. Brownlee, served a tempting Mrs. "
salad of bread and butter Jarley's'ax Works. She pink and white. The guests were:
course was assisted in the latter by II besold in bulk or retailed.
Misses Gertrude Houser, Helen
Iris Epperson, Ethel Griffin sandwiches, chicken salad, pickles,, company of twelve who acoropaniet
Lawrence, Ruth Lawrence, Jade
hot with
Piano jelly tea whipped cream,, her from Welaka.
From the Heart A dainty bunch of violets was placed. This was M Baker, Marian Carr, Shirley Mack,
Kern prominent feature of the entertainment Ruth Corliss Mildred "
Riesenman
Elizabeth Kendrlck on each plate. is opportunity tolay
Now
and caused much merriment.
Piano Misses Oliv. and Amelia Ray will and> Louise lIanna.I your

Valae Brilliante Chopin be the hostesses at the meeting to beheld WHITE WAY POST BUMPEDThe

Blanche Alderman the first Wednesday in May. :
Carrisgimai white way poet on corner of .To Stop a Cough Quick ] in a supply.F. .

Ac'i i i Thelma Snellgruve Col. and Mrs D. E. Knight will Cherry and Call streets is having arun I take HA YES' HEALING HONEY.* a
Value In E Durand entertain the Bible Class and Sunday of hard luck. Its globe was first Hugh medicine which stops the cough by
r healing the inflamed and Irritated UaaA .
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d Elsie school teachers of tho Methodist broken shortly. after
Jones I being erected I box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
2nd Mazurka .iodard church this evening (Friday) at and Sunday a car from out of town, SALVE: for Chest Cold. Head Colds and A. CROWDER
Eunice Perkins eight o'clock. in i rounding: the turn climbed the 'Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of

.Vocal Septette stone curbing at side of the street and tlA YIS': HEALING HONEY. The salve .
l i'sboald be rubbed on the cheat and throat
Welconi4Pretty Primrose IMn-niti" C. of C. MEETINGThe : ruck the ironstandard.. It will have 01 children suffering from a Cold or Croup FLORIDA

i Misses Thelma Snellffrovc\ Mildred to be reset before current Is turned I''I Tb. k.lhn.shrc "* )Kin thalta!fans te a STARKE,

Gill Jessie Thomas, Ethel Griffin, Children of the Confederacy on. The chief of police has evidently hr.side*.lk..oP.thraat.-eooihtDMi* -with thiwua the kMlTo CSM*pan< i Fannie Darby Blanche Alderman will meet tomorrow afternoon been bribed to keep the lady's nameout I' .._.o- _.--.

" Grande Polka de Concert Bartlett ( Saturday) at three-thffty, at thehome of print as his usual good Bath of.t*loawitn.._w UWIMIH pck
Polonaise, Chopin > of Miss Harriet Ritch. -Mrs. memory failed him when names i m GREEN

Rosa'Leviton .- O. L. Haynes, director C. of C were called for. I






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The B. II. S. teachers and pupilsare "body," and the body is the church,, f FOR SALE-Truck in Rood condition, COLORED LABORERS WANTED-

I exceedingly busy! preparing for therefore, reconcllation H in the self-starter, electric lights, cab 5,000 colored laborers can And workat

I final examinations, commencement churih. Again we read-"Christ is and l>o
Bits of Local exercises, etc. A number of high. the head of the church; and lie Is I Stern's Garage. 4-4.2t. June 1, harvesting potato crop.

school students are rehearsing for a the :Saviour of the body," Eph. 6:23.: Good pay and free sleeping

Informationdvan play to be given under the directionof Since Christ is the Saviour of the FOR SALE!-EBK from heavy producing quarters. Don't write: come ready

:Mrs. George White. The Stark body und the body is the church, how I strain S. C. White Leghorn for work. Work 'Joi?, the whole

school is very fortunate to have as a canI man be saved and not be n i I and Drown Leghorn hens, $1.25'' ., family. 4-l-8t.

oncerning Our People Business ana voice and piano teacher, Airs. A. E. member of the church? Especiallysince for 15, Bt farm or Dennett's store '1 _

+ jjftg Progress in the County and Town. f iii\ Wall. The chorus! singing at chapel it takes blood to save, and lie Saturdays F. J. Puttee, t-tarke' I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY,

exercises is exceptionally fine, and 'pun' 'based" the church with His own Route A. 2t. the manufacturers of a Well known

r t well worth a visit to the school. blood. Remember, where I speak of FOR SALE Townscnd's and Widely advertised proprietary
J the church, I peak of it as embrac- Maryland
: Grown medicine, want a rresontattvo in
I New dress goods arriving ing the total of the saved all Strawberry I'lanta, the kind
Miss Sinah Moore spent Friday in Gary Ennis, student of the University spring sum I "
that and I each in 1"10 rid". Our t
grow produco results See county propositign
Jacksonville.Mrs. of "Florida spent the weekencin I every day at Stump's store.TIIERESSA the people on the earth over whom I
G. C. local is attractive and will net n
CnJv, our agent for prlIces. -
Starke with Mr. and Mrs J. W, Christ reigns supremely. I do not ,
I?. W. Townsend & man from $200 to $250 per month.
C. S. Hutto is in Orangeburg Morgan. mean that the church is an invisiblemystical
Md. SOI'CO"j Character and ability count mora
Salisbury,
relatives. nothing which think -
S. C. visiting people I. :
,. than money In selection. Write us
Theressa, April 4.-Mr. Chas. Gill- they get into I mean that "institution" -
Ladies' work shoes at Stump's. LADIES WORK: AT i IIOMKPleas: ; your qualifications and if satisfactory -
John Padgett, of Lake Butler, war yard, Willis and Netie Gillyard, Troy Paul mentions in Rom. 12:4,5: ,
ant, sewing on machine. will explain, our -
we
easy your proposition ,:
I a visitor to Starke Sunday. and Julia Batten, and Gertie Swtndul which is the only medium thru which
Mrs J. J. Rigdon and son, Lacy', motored over to Brooker Saturday to we obtain a personal, living relationto Who! or part time. Highest yioitsible to you by letter. THE NATIONAL C i
and daughter, Eva, and Mrs J. L. prices paid. For full information REMEDY: COMPANY: I,
the Jesus
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newaon! spent attend the Union meeting of Christ.
address L. Jones, Cox 't)2( Po toflivp Station, G, Jacksonville ;.
Corbett, of Plant City, spent Sundayin
the week-end in Jacksonville. Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. : Bible school and Communion at 10a. '
Jacksonville. U Olney Illinois. It* Florida 3212t. 't
H. E Moorer was a visitor! to I m. Let ecryone who can attend
R. A. Weeks, of Brooker, was hereon DO present. U 1'
Hall Friday.C.
Putman .
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business during the week. Mrs. II. L. Brownlee and Mrs T. N. transacting Preaching at 7:45 p.11.. Subject: : ::
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A. Younirblood was !
Limbaugh went to Williston Tuesday The Three Things Absolutely Necessary -1-
P. M. Barefoot. was in Tampa evening to attend the funeral of their business in Hampton Saturday.Miss In Preaching the Gospel of ,

Saturday attending to business. uncle, Mr. Scott Edwards.Mr. Daisy Moore is visiting her Christ. 1I

mother, Mrs. D. W. Moore. W E. DAUGHERTY, FARMERSI t
Miss Perla Whitten of arrived hero I ,
Raiford and Mrs. Vf. P. Hunt and Mrs Mr. Albert Sullivan Minister.
was visitor to Starke Tuesday. Saturday from Vero. Mr. Sullivan
I E. P. George have returned to their --- ---- ---
; ;; buck to their
homes in Jacksonville, after visitingMr. and family have moved I
Mrs. G. 'A. Collins has gone to and Mrs Roy Edwards. home here.E. '

Blountstown to visit her mother S. Sibley was a visitor to Hamp- \ ,

W. E. Torode, of Lawtey, was a Mrs. T. C. Morris and children, ton Saturday. rENT-A-\VORD

business visitor to Starke Tuesday.J. Colson and Martha, went to Jackson- Chas Phillips returned to New CULTIVATORS
ville Tuesday afternoon to visit her Ever Thursday after visiting rela- I

E. Adkins, of New River, was mother, Mrs. M. A. Stokes. tives and friends here.D. !
attending to business here Tuesday.Mrs. I W. Moore attended the Union FARM SUPPLIESEQUIP I

Your patronage is solicited and ap meeting at Brooker Saturday and FOR SALE-Hatching eggs that are

Florence Powell was a visi- preciated. Hotel Marion.Mr. Sunday. fertile From my heavy laying/

tor to Waldo Thursday afternoon. Miss Stella Cloversettle was shopping White Leghorns $1.50/ per 15.
and Mrs. Paul Baisden, of in Hampton :;aturuay.Mr. _. Leave orders. !Mrs. Berk at Stump's YOURSELF TO DO EFFICIENT

Mrs. E. L. Biggs spent Sunday in Jacksonville, spent several days in and Mrs. Cyril Manlre visited Store, SUrke. It* WORK AT THE LOWEST COST I II
Starke with Mr .and Mrs. W. W. ,
Baldwin with her sister, Mrs. Oliver. former's mother, Mrs. Manire in j
the
Baisden and other relatives. FOR SALE-Complete outfit for
and Sunday. DeWITT C. JONES
Saturday
Hampton
making cement building blocks tit
Marcus Brown, of Tampa, spent I
the week-end in Starke with relatives. Mrs Allen Williams and daughter, Litle Miss Bessie Cloversettlo left half original cost C. L. Peek.

!Miss Eva, have returned home after Saturday for Jacksonville where she ......tt I .Starke, Florida I,

R. A. Weeks, of Brooker, was at- spending two weeks at the home of will visit Mars. Branncn.
tending to business in Starke Tues- Dr. and !Mrs. W. E. Middloton. RED VALENTINE BEAN-Seed on '
ESTIMATES: ON BONUSREQUIREMENTS sale at People's i-oeery Co. It
day. DIFFER L-
Orville Grills, Rae Brinson, Joe FOR SALE- A few beautifully : ,
F. A. Crowder of Lake City, madea Klegeel and Capt. Yon, of the University marked Rhode Island Cockrels
finance LSTD1IIRWT
business trip here the first of the of Florida, attended the military WASHINGTON. The senate for sale at two fifty. They are as
committee sought again todayto
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h i banquet Wednesday evening.
week.
between good as the best. Mrs T. L. Wainwright -
bridge the $2,500,000 gap
Lawtey, Fla. 3-28-3t
Maj. E. S. Matthews is spendingthe Mrs. D. T. Clark, who has been two sets of government estimates as

week in Tallahassee attending to visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, to the probable cost of the soldier ,. IJENNETT'S HAT FACTORY
N. D. Wainwright, left Sunday after- bonus bill palled by the house. "
business.W. Jacksonville Fla. r'y v What an accusing' word 'H la. The ;
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noon for her home in Jacksonville. Joseph McCoy, government actuary I \ at tho 'left look ankaneei Ms. countenance,

II. Edwards, Jr., of Raiford, who figured! the bill would cost If you want your hat cleaned and i bears out the Inward thought that the termIs jj}
was a business visitor to Starke Cowpeas, all varieties, at Kick- U,8 6,750,087 and II. P. Brown, vet- blocked when you want It and how i anything but Complimentary t
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Wednesday.Mrs. liter's. eran's bureau actuary, whose figureswere yoU\ want it send it to tho Factory i I
used by the house in estimating 123 Broad Street, Jacksonville, Fla. I ti \\ What a different expreatilon he would 1

J. L. Corbett of Plant City, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert' Dyal of the cost of the bill at $2,119,000,000, 'U'-H-g,: I 'r' Ma assume conscience If the silent monitor within I"WI
--did not him ofrcrkluxM
accuse
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Mrs. II. 1' holstein and both wera asked to appear before thecommittee. I
upending, dfllberale 0quand >rIn
J. J. son, Pike of Gainesville, were the NOTICEThe I 1 7
Rigdon. disregard for thrift 1 :
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0 ; 'lurk of pppre. :
Sale'' elation for the relentless' "flight of time" //Wi
Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Bennett and O. J. Griffin. PRESBYTERIAN IHjr Ilcxall One Cent !
he can never) retail and Iho lout IIJJ
children motored to Lake Butler Sun- will be held on April 17th, HUh, )I oppor. '
lunillea the lack of funds ai'h
have :
day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noble, of There will be regular services at and 19th instead of April :3rd ready cost him. ,
Jacksonville, were guests Sunday the Presbyterian church. I :,
1th, and 5th advertised. #
Rev. T. J. Hedges attended a meet- afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Sunday school at 10 aa. m. s as i iMITCIIELIS What would he not give- to be able' to ;: ,

ing of the Presbytery in Crescent Limbaugh. Mr. Noble is a niece of Preaching services at 11 a. tn. und : ._ !wire;_ STOHEi,! I 'look with frank and open eyes at the great )
City this week. Mr. Limbaugh.Sun 7:15: p. m. Please note the change in + word
the time for tho evening services 'Ifl! r9t71W1Q1mPIlIItn! ftt9t: "'Crn..r-,

Mrs. J. L. Corbett is spending hats for the whole family at 7:45 p. m.Always. COFFINS & CASKETS t9

several days in Jacksonville with her Stump's store. cordials invitation to the And a Full (.In. of 1f'Pi0?!
sister, FlossieRigdon. public. I .
!Miss Mona Alderman. who is a T. J. HEDGES: Undr+ lS-.: >t__ Sufpltet m .

Miss Margaret Shriver of Brooker, student at the Woman's College, Minister. AUTOMOBILE HEARHK ( :'t'+ Just all the man on Iho right In doing: t
Tallahassee, the first of the ,
came Wednesday and was the guestof spent Always on hand. The beat sr conarluuM of hit personal superiority) as. the
Mrs. Edward Burns. I week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. ST. MARK'S CHURCH I eke at the lowest. price. Spa I( poiw Mor of a SAVINGS ACCOUNT at thU
W. Alderman.
. caul attention to telegraph esere. ;'h, Dank; a nucleons lu which his regular contributions j
. Miss Ethel Raulerson of Lake I The editorial in tho last numbe Registered Embats. : drawing interest upon Interest, will -
Miss Jessie Martin has gone to The Christian Work is on "'\\ue ,'
Butler, was a recent guest of her of -- tu'atan" establish the foundation of a '
aunt, !Mrs. G. C. Sweat. spend ten days in Tampa and St. Repentance". !Much of the preachingof / DeWITT C.:JONES cl ,., competence:emphasize his importance In the 1 4 r ,

-- -- Petersburg. Miss Martin has spent today Is emphasizing service to STARKE, FLA .: community, and CONFIRM TILE; POMLItOK :; 't, r;
Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh spent Thurs the winter at the home of Mr. and the neglect of sin. One thing the fi] /'i Till: DOLLAR SAVED: t.
day and Friday at the State Farm I Mrs. N. B. Hull great war did was to bare tho sinful ti
with her brother, J. S. Ritch. heart of man. It was driven home --- --
I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Demurest left upon us that our culture and our J. L. FRAZEE : THE BANK OF ST ARKF.: tr

Ladies' work shoes at Stump's. Saturday for Virginia. S. E. Ritch civilization was but a veneer, und in ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT ''i, The Dank of I Helpful Service ;
will leave in about a week to join the light of hatreds, cruelty and t 'Iliea
LAWI'OSTOFFICE St-lke
L. D. Green, the hustling dairyman the Demorest Stock Company, and savage acts let loose we discoveredhow 1"!, ,

has a good-looking new car for their plays will be presented in a wicked the heart of man was. BUILDING

delivering his dairy products. number of eastern states. The other day a New York paper STARKE FLA. w';;'oIqI'1l'; '" I .J'' 1t.

r _________ !gave an ironic news item, "An
Mr. and !Mrs. R. F. Clark, have a. Call at Kickliter's store for your Honest Man Discovered in Washing .

guests, !Mrs. Saunders Elton and :Mr. supply of 90-day velvet bean seed.R. ton". We all should make more use MARKET .

Earf CTkrk, of Norwork Conn.R. of the General Confession. True

H. Starkey spent Saturday and repentance i ill for the future ai well GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY ,

L. Lewis and Lynn Sunday in Lake Butler, ,acting as a as for the past. It should be ron- SPECIALSWESTERN I II

Jasper, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.I I delegate from the Starke Christian structive. This applies not only to INMAN & RITCH

J. C. Robinson last Wednesday. church to the District conference individual'! but to nations. Many of I KKl'KKSKNT: : ;:" 'I'llIBEST: : LEADING
held nt that .nljarp.Mr. .._ STEAK >>
n. I the nations seem, to have forgotten I INSURANCE( COMPANIES.! FIRE
Friends here are glad to know that about the lessons of the war and about Pure Lard 1 pound carton I5c I ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE,

Mrs. A. II. Green is making a good and Mrs. J. G. Surrency, of the same old business of using forceto Fresh Pork Ham whole 20c IJONDS. LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

recovery, after a very serious illness. Miami, spent the week-end with :Mr. achieve their ends.! Our repent- Star Brand Sliced Ham 40cKmgan' MADE PROMPTLY
and Mrs. P. :M. Barefoot. Mr. and ance as nations was a false repent- .
Sun hats for the whole family at Mrs. Surrency left Monday morningfor ance. It was not constructive. Picnic Ham 20c -- -

Stump's store. Tupper Lake N. Y. The editorial in the number week Smoked Sausage 25c

before last was on "Reclaiming Pork Sausage 25c "COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE.. WE WOULD MAKE II"
Mr. Donald Sharpe, of Hornell, After spending last week here D. Lent". Like other things 25c I ., .
many Weini B.. .. anfln s.! aar Janaar prl N. Y., came Monday to spend sometime Ritch Green has gone to Washington, false conceptions and false practices Meat 30c j HANDS" wklrh kar ham lha Standard. ., Qaalllr for Ida. pal lortr yaara with'lurlda .
with his niece, Mrs. Catherine D. C., and Lloyd Green has returned in and we should back to the Souse J ........ Frleaa alwaya ...u. Quality .onald.'.... ..., the ahrapaat. sot $h. a.alor
t to Ocala. The Messrs. Green were crept go of Armour' Clover Bloom I I' ....1.. AIM ,rl.. II... af ......11...".a, Mp..'..., I'...... an4 D...... liB Alan.
+I' Dais early days of the church to learn
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pt called to Starke on account of the the proper observance of this season. Butter 55c ,

ti Mrs R. F. Clark entertained in. illness of their mother Mrs. A. H. There will be services on Friday i Cingan's Oleomargarine 3Sc II | E 0. Paiottr Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville Fli
; Green, who i is now improving rapidly.Mr. .
formally a few friend Tuesday event and Sunday evenings. *"
I.. I Visit our market and see the
" fag, at her home on East Madison '
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street. \ and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. CHURCH OF CHRIST variety of meats we carry 1

II. L. Brownlee and Mrs Geo. A. your table. Our guarantee assure -

In spite of the heavy rain :Monday, Anderson returned Saturday evening "The Glorious Church" will be the you of their freshness, ten- INSURANCEThat'

J. M. Brownlee picked five and a half from a motor trip to St. Petersburg subject of the sermon next Lord's derneat, delicious flavor, quality

bushels; ef strawberries Tuesday 'and other 'South Florida places. Day at 11 a. m. The minister and beet selection. Our Business
morning "' f. desires in these sermons on the
New spring dress goods! arriving church to show that it is the only FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
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VARIETY MEAT MARKET ,
Strawberry cups and crates at every day at Stump's store. blood bought institution on earth. .
AUTOMOBILE BONDS
Kickliter's. "Christ purchased it with his own I ,

""" "" 1 """" """"'"""""" Mrs. Taylor Belcher and little son blood" Acts 20:28. Sinners are reconciled Quality MeatsNext Agency Established 1886
left Wednesday for their home in to God, and not out of the
LaMira Graham of Jacksonville -
Mrs.;pent the week-end at the home New York. They were accompaniedas body, which is the' church. F.ph. 1:- Door to Bank of Starke i! J. R. DAVI I S & CO.

of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. far as Jacksonville by her mother 22; 23 and Ch. 2:16.: Col. 1 :18. Phone 124 .

Alvarez. Mrs. J. L. Frazee. Since we are reconciled In the .-










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FARMERS and Tutt's until the day I
the bank's head. W TIfAOLer
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'AltMEUS AND EXIPERIENCES 1 &3STSSZ fumuow of $30 a week. AI
AND as school trea
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ARTICLES OJ< CO UNTY. stipend of $4 81 last legs because of family man
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TO BB BEST SUITED TO that Income he agement. He was about'to closeit
--- --- The entire when they offered him the job of
--- I : to know him as vice-president at $(1.000( ( a year.
I FARM NEEDS THE COW Into the dressing with an egg beater White House> Hopes man, never Bankers watched him save the
.. TUB until smooth. Lastly fold the e ZWilliam' it came about tottering bank and made him
whipped cream into the dr 'sslng. No. | at Sprlng- president of the Livestock National
I By Spuds Johnson I of him. and be Bank at $12,000 a year, and then
Weights and Measures reputation sent the Government heard of him and
counties are adopting as do'Kan. :' Eight or ten ordinary sized! eggs I him State Bank made him head of the Federal Re-
: Some a year. But serve Bank at nearly $50,000 a
0 tha tow,,the equal 1 pound.
"Give us
s They nay, i' the $35 a week year.
and the hen." They think these A pint of sugar equals 1 pound. the balance in "I won out," he says, "becauseI
BOW of white granulated sugar and guaranteed stuck and refused to get discour
A
farm
pint
threa worthwhile animals of the dA a'.. Ills new duties aged. I was ready for opportunity
will put them on life's easy street. equals 1 pound. 4 : the State. In when it came because I knew my:
o If they'll just make that "safe" street Two cups of powdered sugar a bank on its work backwards"TRAI

Instead of "easy" street, they will be equals 1 pound. ts: I \ .

all right. A cup of cold butter, pressed down -
The cow, the sow and the hen Is no Is half a pound. I F S year for the past d SCHEDULES '

tad program. Last week I told I A tablespoon of soft butter well i. ; \ (In effect Nov. 11, 1923)

.. what I thought about the hen. This rounded Equals:! 1 ounce. I Company to- SouthboundNo. -
week I am saying why I think every An ordinary tumbler equals 1 cupor mill plant here. reaches Starke at 12:18: a. m.
homo ,ought to have the sow, especially half a pint. o nT I No. 3, 10159 a. m.
every farm horn*. About 25: drops of any thin liquid i -Construction of No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m.
Milk Is good food. It comes nearest will fit a common-sized teaspoon. iI I .. to be completed I No. 15, Limited, 1:10 p. m. -

y' to being Nature's food<1 of any I A pint of finely chopped meat,1 : NorthboundNo. -
h : reaches Starke 4il5 a. m.
t, know about.! I have observed that packed! solidly, equals 1 pound, i } New First Avenue No. 4, 4:26 p. m. f
folks, especially young folks, who I I A set of thin. measures (with small to be built at cost No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50 a. m.
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drink milk and eat butter are healthy spouts or lips), from a gallon down I [ No. 19, Limited, 5:57: p. m.
/, _amt strong: Milk has just the setulf I tOl half a gill, will be found very con- Gibbs McAdoo, Citizens' Bank of Wannee BranchNo. -
In it to make you feel strong when venient in every kitchen. Common showed he was still very for business April 101 leaves!! Starke 7:45 a. m.

',' you get up in the morning. [pitchers, bowls, glasses, cups, etc., the race for the Democratic No. 10 i arrives Starke 3:15: p. m.
I Every farm has certain scratches may be substituted.t4 dential nomination, by an ) I l :; contract let for T. J. GRIFFIN,
of crops that would go to waste if )whelming defeat of Senator:. new skyscraper Agent
the old dairy cow wasn't there to go FARM MOTHERS CALLED wood in the Georgia :
I primary. 4-II club at
Duval-The junior
around and nibble it up. Shucks and NATION'S REAL RULERS < -Large tract
," snatches of hay and cull potatoes and between Big i Baldwin has bought a new three-

r, corn that would not sell for half a Improvement of Americans, as a Strawberry creeks "burner oven. Orders keep coming in

consideration serve to fit In between race, will come in a large measure making tho minds of millions as new sub-division. for hatching eggs. We are arranging
SuHsle's ribs and to bring in the through development of the farm dren who will very soon being completed for for a poultry school for April 9-11.

milk. Thus, what ordinarily wouldgo homo, according to Dr. Hubert destinies of the nation and ( on Hillsborough Escambia-Conducted a millinery
ot waste may be pitched to living Work, secretary of the Interior. Ad- be brought into the picture by school at Mellno; each woman madean
-,"' animal machines which convert it I dresing the American Association of of this attractive .spring. hat, being well

.. into wholesome food. Land Grallt Colleges recently he I COMMITTEE OF ONE lbs of cop- pleased with it and' the saving
\ The the farm cannot afford to do said: HUNDRED ON approximately one- I thereby. .
without the barnyard manure that "One'-of -the most advanced move TEACHING consumed in the Palm Beach-Our fair which has
}I. Gomes from dairy cows. Such fertilizing ments of this time is the campaignto a report of Copper just closed was the best we ever had
material Is about the best to Introduce motor-driven, laborsaving Hearty cooperation with Association. I I quality of exhibits!' was far superior

\ be had for love or for money. machinery into the farm partment of Rural Education Increase over I I to anything of the past. Club exhibits
: And whenever there Is a surplus home for the relief of the women National Education A ; part of the gain Is 'I of poultry and sewing attracted
t of milk or skimmilk, it can be fed to there. quainting organizations and radio sets. I" much attention.
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I pigs}, calves and chickens. This program "Originating as an economic conception working along lines of rural paving program : Volusia-Our three poultry as-

of "the cow, the sow and the just as prohibition did, the I provement with the findings i' sociaions held monthly meetings this
hen" calls for a certain relationship resulting conversation of women : search studies made by the -Plans completed '''week. The West Volusia Market has

between these different animals. will have a direct reflection on race men of Rural Education, the Presbyterian church. : averaged over $500 in egg sales for
AH right, then let the cow furnish improvement."Out I Bureau of the National .! of big more than two months. Two new
I part of the food used by all of them. of it should come the reading Association, and State completion. hatcheries have been started.

U U Florida is bound! to be an Important mother; the home teaching of of education; and the _Two manufactur- I Suwanee-Gave three-all day mil

dairying state. And this means that children; a more hygienic environ- an organization in every ( ;: day and night :linery schols this week. Farm bureau
there will be money made by farmers ment; a better physique; a stronger of every state are to be the box materials and business men are giving
i who keep cows. There are more rea mentality; a responsible moral of the Committee on Rural schlarships to club short course.

r sons for keeping milk cows than wou sense, and, finally, the nation's Problems of the National -Plans being made Pasco-Nearly 1,100 baby chicks!
j can shake a stick at. It (I" a' good greatest present need-content Association as determined at : high school build- hatched off and bought by club members

J' thing to do. Give me another cow. ment of mind and time for reflec- liminary meeting, which was I in one week. Six inquiries received ,
Chicago during the week of ( Lumber Com- this week asking about cooperation -
f tion."If
a a a cent gathering of various
all national questions should district with view to in making citrus and other
, HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES adduced from their study, the home' ments of the National ri.etat"s fruit products; direct result of our
__ and not the cabaret the child and lIoclati n.- j1 New York show
.4 Weekly From Home Demonxtra. .
not the man, would have first at- The members of the e
lion Specialist, Tallahassee tention. have ,been chosen because I :-. : LofuaaIS- >.:ri|> ita Influenza
.
"The most modern American home work already accomplished REPORTS AT.VTJV1 9R0'.0: Of"NlNETibnU! ; omovet.hSLJ '
Many atractive and nutritious t I.* not found in the tffeies.! It must field of rural education, and *. Thoronly' one "*...>iv,.. fJulaiM."
...
,.; dishes may be made from cottage be cultivated and fostered in the their life work lies in a two splendid food _W OKOVri st "seennn bn& 3m-

". I cheese. A few suggestions are given country, for from it must continueto part of this field. They : and Hastings READ
,below: come the men who will do the distributed geographically, by Miss Thlursby, THE TELEGRAPHFOR

i' Scrambled ,Eggs with Cottage Cheese thinking of this great nation. present every section of the I agent. OrganIz- ALL LOCAL HAPPENINGS
For each egg use 1 tablespoon of "I would make a plea for the They are to serve for an I Hastings. .

I milk, rounding tablespoon of cottage farm family unit; for the 6,000,000( number of years. The member was burned THROATS

) cheese, pepper, salt and a pinch of women on farms, that their load II. W. Foght, president of the : ; her club gave $10 I CLOGGED When wind it shot off and
t'' of baking soda. Scramble he eggs might be lightened, their hours em Normal and Industrial :; I is to help furnish a breathing your diili -lIlt you try to mlxo the
as usual. Neutralize the acid in the .shortened recreation enjoyed and A Aberdeen South Dakota. family's clothing. As I "hl.' m by suddenly contracting: the
lungs and fomnit; nr tlir..tigli the
their minds rested that they be I i I
; I cheese with the aoda and stir lightly ; The committee was > making demonstra tijrcmt. Tiiis, [ it bard on your lung
) j' into the egg. Serve immediately. helped 'to take their place as char Miss Olive Jones( ; the I many spring hats and your throat and tlil.it..s HIP blood '
\ Cottage Cheese Pie acter builders, to build the home National Education II I and some clubs are "quickly......IH. opened CJof; ','d phlegm thruats-.iri'reused' ; ottf-Uy and and the i

1 of cottage cheese % of life around them. Miss Jones says that in demonstration. throat Ii anothnii and healed< by Leon-
Use cup "Mothers! and not the schools are her various committees I I millinery class at nrdls Cough Syrup (Cri-OHutwl 1). It
; a cup of sugar %of n cup of milk, prevent straining hui lag and l has avaluable
: 2 fr"f: yolks beaten, 1 tablespoon! of actuated by the opinion that Reorganiz untlneptic action. Lest" remedy 1 1I

i P k'" melted fat % teaspoon of vanilla and HOW'S THIS? enco should be given to big ; : i club on Friday, ,I grti.pp! for, ('roup.lDd coughH, culiN nlioopliiR, bronchitis Aigb.,,.

, 'J 'salt. Mix the ingredients In the order HALL'S' CATARRH MEDICINE will that she considers the : I poultry to home alte. sure Iud plcuiuitit. At ;yourdrUii18to
t do what we claim for It-iW your systemof rural school conditions "
I., given. Bake the pie in one cruetCool I Catarrb or UoaCnM causal byCatarrh jj j
vital
I most problems j
.1 "VA" with ,
it Sli htl a n
M K Ymeringue co v e r -- ,
" "Ti'VLL'S CATARRH MRPICINE I ()niilit -' American
; ; made by adding] 2 tablespoons I of an Olntimnl wht,-h Quickly people. .

'l" of sugar and H teaspoon off Hollovcfl the ('Ata.r"Infl..mmn.tlon.\ and. "7'J-r.1 YOU KN0VM WE HAVE BE "5TILI. IT'S
whJrhart5 ,
I the tneornnl Modlrlno, a Tonic :
vanilla to the beaten whites of 2 the MucouaSuifaiis
l eggs. thriimh the HI ".il on '
> tlitis ttssisium; ; (a reitura normal FLORIDA WEEKLY a NO ROOM POR ALt You A PLEASURE TO
I Drown it In a slow oven.French .
rnntlUtoni
I W Years.F. DUSTUIAL CELVTIV/E4.SNM6S2 WIL HAVE T 4RP.t, 'LL
for over
Cold by drim" l"U -
Toast With, Cottage CheeseSpread J. Cheney A Co.., Tolodoi O. e e I THEY SLEEP AWE THEM YOUR r
... slices of stale bread thickly ,
IIPI IZOOrA
Milton-New canning ; ,
,
with cottage cheese mixed with
located in this city.EustisConstruction. :., II
chopped nuts and marmallde. Dip in j- )

quickly a mixture in butter of eggandmilk and fry l L{ Miss Roxie Stinson I| tory for Florida Citrus of a I,


, i I Cottage Cheese Salads pany Winter nearing Haven completion.-St. 1/a
i, Many attractive salads may be ,
f lic congregation to build chu
made from cottage cheese. The I v 111/ t
Dade City-Work on new t
cheese may be rolled into balls or X
I ry for Cummer Cypress N
II ,
moulded !in tiny cups or passed thru I 'progressing rapidly. .
a pastry tube It can be combined
Tampa-New home for \ .
with fresh or canned vegetables andCottage !
i paper men to be built in this b ;;I ,
Pn.
j Cheese Salad Dressing Sarasota-Contract let

fruits, nuts and preserves.Use struction of new post t
H cup of milk, V.* cup of vinegar Arcade building. II

1 egg, 1 cup of soft cottage Vero-Contract let for

cheese, 1 cup of sour cream (whlp- of two hard-surfaced bridges THE PVIGH1' THEY ARRIVES
I ped). 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoonof highway spanning Main FUTILE

mustard, 2 teaspoons of flour, Hi North outlet of Indian River Y

teaspoons of melted butter. Drainage DistrictGrovelandFirst TASKSPAITJ
Mix the '.
dry ingredients together + '
f and cream them with melted butter. gregation to build new i.-. tstba G '
i Add the cream mixture to the heated t 23000. 1Nv I

milk and stir until very thick. VrOOA TL Seabreeze-Plans being ...
After the mixture has boiled add. i1 j'

vinegar slowly, stirrln-! all the while. Former wife of the late JM FOIL HOME AM .\
Cool slightly aM add the beaten egg. Smith, one of the principal witnesses .- The extraordinary Boroione (b
Beat the cottage cheese gradually in the Senate Committee m- for iloah wound> cut, sores; [
Ttetigatlon of Alt'y-G Dtughertr and scuidd is just a.J effective in
administration of the Dept. a* Jostle as In the home Hone flesh R
' No Worms In Child
ncalttiy
a remarkaUo prod<< under its ,
All children troubled with \>'urm how an unhealthy fluence. The treatment is the
coJur.which indkau'i ,iuur blood...d..at animals as for humans. First
1 rule. there &. morn or I I... _t_ir" rh UlnturbAuc. infectious germs with liquid
{.ROVC'S TASTt:LESS: CHILI !ONIC given rrtularlf I .
Powder
for twoor thn"<. -.kj .' .nrkhtheDhwt" I Pi* Ootalne :: a. tbs. rite Ailed at" fret and the Boro one COOSMVA TIC
rttp" v'atl "' .Straod'. .. .
.,&f"lI1'oulu to tad.......- ..tt....a .nr..Mll then n',}: BROM'O".>..>NE 'WIO'" l'rr.r dl'rwl the wurmsftndrh I mta.aesd ; > nulx. a>h
la. p'I.k. health. Flnunt._ .sae JOG per best;as .. .t






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wards towards the. track
PAUGIIERTY ASKED BY championship will be made here j up to one-third of their salary. $100,000 Dimples I II
PRESIDENT TO RESIGN i
Euturduj. I A desirable feature not found in r'tJel1lJI'

; the average investment is that if for I

WASHINGTON, March 28. ..-At the Louis Disbrow veteran speedway any reason it becomes necessary for
of President !rind .d.rt; track driver Cleo Sarles (
Coolidge At-
request ,
I' an employee to Withdraw a portion or "
with his fleet Frontenae from
torney-General) Dougherty today submitted car of all his investment account, he can
I Louis Chevrolet's I
his resignation effective at italics Larry do eo without delay or inconvenience.

once. I Stone Southern champion in his __.. w POWOFR

Si iiiplvx )EddieDaily aPuegeotand Old Thomas Trett would stew 1 prsrv '*:-' vvtiW
decision SUBSCRIBE TO
The president's based ,
was i' f
a half dozen others, including and fret, arid toil and! ciavo" mil I vv 7 Vl'I
on a conviction that Mr. Daughertycould I Florida some !I THE TELEGRAPH borrow lie wouldn't Mop I !* '.. ., ..isAWHQI

not give disinterested attentionto I drivers, are in the line-up of i ____________ if he should drop-but said I.

his official, duties while under the starters Only professional driversare FIRE PROTECTION WORK he'd rest tomorrow! Folks said ... ,. yiv' '401P.'w ,
'I entered, fair officials having recently ha never went to bed-so hard I 1
stress of the senate inquiry of his placed a ban on amateurs |i IN THE UNITED STATES I he pined far riches. He wanted ,r to' jdt ,",:( ,> r -
I as a ,
conduct. time-an' called it crime-br
I
safety precaution. I' putt in' on his breeches? lie fed ,
WhUo disclaiming! any intention to Criticism has been launchtt'dI T i'(
Tho building up'. of professionalauto > I the stock an' watched the clock .
"prejudice" the issues raised in the I' in | against the stock fire companies of -he put up hay on Sunday.
Florida
raring the of
investigation the president wrote Mr. is plan 1! the United States by uninformed per- "The world is mine. ho
Florida Fair officials. who Intend to I would opine-and every day !
Daugherty that his continuance in sons claiming that these companies I II n
make tin annual spring feature of the I was Monday. The neighbor
office must inevitably be a source of racing 1 are not interested in reducing fire guessed he'd have to rest I I -Y; tw"v
: )program The greatest speedway .
"ever increasing' embarrassement. '"' losses and virtually work on a cost I if snn 1 knees overtook him-but, ri11gr:
and dirt track drivers in the .
In a letter of threw terse sentence, plus basis. This Is certainly unfairto neither health nor sordid wealth .TSF I i
country are available for Jacksonville him! -
I neglected or forsook --- f
the attorney-general replied that he i| competitions and bonuses are to be the great industry.The Some called it pluck, and. -

was resigning solely out of deference :i I paid to champions and public favorites National Board of Fire Underwriters others, luck-but all pronouncedit Charlotte Nash of St. Louis, who i,
the slnvin because his life Is to represent her town again In
which comprises -
to your request. i|I to induce them to come hree. A leading insurance of tho was endless! strife of IrRrnerln'and 35 ,ears of un" I the 1921 National Beauty Show J

The correspondence was made'',: match nut between Ralph DePalma I companies mvin''. Ono eventide he service has had her dimpUs Insured tar
at the White [House without United States devotes tho ]larger left failing 100000. .1
public 'I and Sitf !Haughdahl Is contemplated up and died-'which us .
of its toward impressingon Above onbale.tlay11astnadeCALUMET I h
(comment but at the department of und all that is part energy steeped in sorrow.
justice Mr. Daugherty immediately I necessary now is tocomplete the public mind the terrific annual his head, a tablet read that he I :.
: the deal is I
an agreement on would rent tomorrow)I'e hope
prepared a statement setting forth loss caused by fires.! Purdy'n l'hAoa
financial remuneration. it's HO. though we dunno-he'stoo W01L1lcJIlEAT I p.
again his side of the question. Thousands i It issues monthly a publication fur gone to f..ller--thollllh: THB We spend milllnns takingdanger
of racing enthusiasts
"Safeguarding America AgainstFire sonic surmise he'd farm the
This statement took the form of
a frum throughout the entire southeastare ," thousands of copies of which skie.s -if he ,could make a "..1-! .AiINcipOWDEU I curves from our road
second letter to the president in expected here for the competitions Inrl : : and still Easy Street I I.* the
are distributed monthly to libraries,
which the retiring
attorney-general thoroughfare de>
next Saturday and Fair officials moat popular
insurance! agents, fire marshals and
declared the '
grounds on which his
RctainsitsgrcatIC the 'crooks.
are making preparations to entertainthe spite
responsible for bringing to''
persons
retirement had been forced'seemed .
waning ee.
largest crowd that has ever 't
public atention the necessity for tire
to him "untenable. gathered around the local tfpeedway. prevention work. The.National 8trcnth in : Keep On! Keep Ont!
Any. suggestion that he could not to every
"function as attorney-general and Board maintains a corps of engineerswho c1hnl\to fut. Writer: "I take my charactersfrum
FORD
defend myself against these charges RAILROAD go over the country surveying lasts 10rid'. real life." 'J H
PAYS BIG DIVIUENOFirst : with to Altvave rFiend "That's fine. I'm
the every Important city an eye Tactful :
at
same, time the letter naid and Pure.
] I reducing fire risks and offering suggestions able sure the world will ba better off-
was "hardly warranted by the facts.
of interest Investment
Da\igherty payment on and plans for better systemof (under breath)-to be rid of such."
Mr. recalled that he Certificates of the Detroit fire fighting. These $200,000,000 PAID I1ACK_ S. .

twice had offered since Mr. Coolidge Toledo & Ironton, the Ford rai'-oad' are carried systematicallyare surveyswhil'h BY BUREAU, CLAIM The llurg-burg-burglar
on
became president to retire but had'
hm been computed on the basis of a
free of and. of
been requested to remain. lie said twelve per cent annual return. Checksfor the daily work charge of the National are part Board "Prominent People and Corporations When forth to steal] he softly' stolit

that he was aware that the argument'of '' interest payment covering the Listed in Report Ills bag of chink he chunk,
of Fire Underwriters in its effort to
'
"party expediency" had been' jiionths of November and December And many a wicked smile hu.smolo
safeguard America fire.
against
used to secure his retirement, but r'I 19211: have been mailed to all employees WASHINGTON. Fresh Impetuswas And. many a wink he wunk.
In conjunction with the National .
added that -"cowardice and surrender: of the road holding certificates given the sencatlonal investiga S.
Board the Underwriters' Laboratories -
of principle are never expedient. payments hereafter to be made in Chicago is the most efficient tion of the internal revenue bureau Dynamite Dispositions
:
Declaring the attack on him. was July 1 and'Janusry 1. organization In the world for testing i when evidence was turned over to I9P0W t1 Snip; : "Why do they call them ravIng -

only a part of a definite program'to 'I'I When the D., T. & I. employees' every sort of manufactured article as the special Couzens committee show- e beauties"

discredit the administration as' savings plan was approver by the ot its fire resisting or fire proof ing that $200,000,000 had been paid Snap: "Just deny one her liMlo

a whole Mr. Daugherty declared''' Interstate Commerce Commission, no qualities After an article receives I out of the treasury department in the whim and you'll see."

the country was confronting a grave '''I guaranteed rate of interest could hespecified. the approval l of the Laboratories and. I last three years on refunds of federal .

crisis which must determine whether : This was to depend upon is granted its label the public has taxes. Sales 'l% I Literal! Len Again
the country is to be governed by law I I Topping long list of and I
the
: railroad's financial condition and real protection from fire hazards in a persons She (after they had been chased
and order or by "slander, errorism. j its corporations benefiting by tho refunds any ir- that as
earnings. that particular manufactured produl't.The .
"Oh Albert said
Immediately after the I I by a dog) : you
signing .
Accordingly, it was decided that National Board has developed I were found the names oTMrs.Adclndie Of'I I that would face death for mel"I. !"
last letter to the president, Mr. I .,'. r you
the company's income'has been suf. fire ( Blair wife of Internal]
week which is
a prevention now rand ]lie.: _but-that dog 'ain't
left
Daugherty Washington for a I licii'nt"since the of the Revenue Cumissioner David II.
I'I'I Inauguration: i recognized nationally\ over the United I dead."
brief stay at Atlantic City. last November Blair several members of her family,
I plan to justify a conr j States and it is urging instruction in e..e

ANNUAL I !pensation of twelve per cent annually. public schools in an effort to have Secretary of War John W. Weeks, I Married Men, Laugh Here
RACING MEET
I Die first payment of this high rate children taught the dangers of fire. the Gulf Refining Company of which I
AT JACKSONVILLE I 'tended to afford individuate Unacquainted -
I j (>f interest has hud the effect of tt Is now distributing statistics for the Secretary; of thtiTreasury Hoggs i "lie never completed hI.

'producing much enthusiasm for the every state in the Union showing the Andrew W. Mellon was. a stock with legal maneuvering I t..hll'utlon. did he?" I

JACKSONVILLE, April 1_As 'Ian among; the road's employees amt terrific annual toll\] that is taken as holder. an opportunity to collect small but Coggs: "No he died a bachelor" '
climax Northern FlorloVH
to spring : .ee.
here has l/een considerable of an the result of fires on farm property.The Tho refund records gave no Indi- just debts. It i lit not necessary to havea

ports mobile calendar race meet a that professional has attracted auto- 'i ncrease in the number of certificate mere fact that stock fire cation of wrong doing but tho early I' lawyer to appear In this court. A1JI A Regular Wrller >

urchasers. I companies are spending thousands of totals and identity. of the benedlci'arses I First Stu: "What are you going
drivers less
will be
of national repute, I cases an for diaputivs involving
held here I Within a month after the plan was I dollars annually in fire preventionwork led to a demand by Democratic than to di for a living; ?"
on Saturday afternoon, $300.
announced, 1-47 employees had de- 1 in order. to reduce fire hazards senators for a thorough investigation !- I "It is culled the '11I11Jim' Second: Stu: "'V rite."
April 5.Details by many -
I lonited. 623380. By February I of and thereby reduce insurance ratesis of the entire administrationof ,, R S.: "Write what"
for the speed classic were court,, said Judge; Burnett,
I' t his year certificate holders increased :i a positive refutation that these the bureau. S. S,: "Write home"
I "because Bill and Jim
arrange;"! at a meeting in Chicago come here
i n numbers to 680: with a total of i'companies have no concern about S. .
between R. M. Striplin secretary of | \ present their CIIHCH. and have them
COURT ASSISrS I'OOU MCITANTH(:
!. ;;,IOr..02( invested } mounting fire losses. No Insurance KoiiHitn Enough
the Florida State Fair and, representatives I j 'settled 1 without delay great expense
The I 11., T. & Leis issuing $1.000- ruined
was
company ever by '
scarcity
"
of the International :Motor j or legal technicality. ), (Indian was the game they played,
California Eliminate : Legal"ilokuaPocus"
l J iDO worth of the certificates and men I Iin 'of fires but many have been crippledby Many
Contest Association. The first point -- Wtilch bald-uncle! Ned tried ta
", the company pay roll _may i Invest _\ an epidemic of tires.DETROIT ( Step ,
.. join In. ,
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-- SAN FRANCISCO.--Legal "hokun. ; t No, no-no\ our Tommy brayed,

pokus" has been eliminated in San: LJJea9f Ji.- We're scalping, and see you havQteen.

Francisco's small claim court "where .
I .
the man gets justice," accordingto .e.
pour ; WU TRAIN ,IS NO
Presiding Judge A. T. Barnett ol f 'IhrllU In (:egraphyUncle
t : 'rQON6el2 THAN ITS <
the local justice courts. !!: "Then you like your Geography .
The court was established! two and 1 I WEAKEST THINK. ? ," ,

a half years ago through action of Willie: "Yes, It la the only book

: the California legislature It was Info that Is \Mil\ enough to hide a detective -

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Cure a Cold in One Iuy

late !AXAHVK: PROMO QltlNINR: Tahli-ta )
nroiritltit, ,'
L.ROVE'jls uatur.oo.acutba.offode
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II. In the Springtime I I .
Sji "I began taking Black- Ii.....
I Wi l Draught over fifty years ago Kw"" Cheater, (driving in country) :

S r.o. 83 and my experience with it Eftam "Isn't thli wonderful? When I get

29 5 stretches over a good longmm. close toe nature it makes mil feel
Ul.keE
= time, says !\Ir, Joe A.
Kg more a Civil War veteran EftKB like a little grub..

and former Virginian, who is Flapper: "Me too. Let's have a
ing
Mil now prominent citizen of bite at the next inn." 44.
OrderThe ft Today MIll Floyd, Texas. "It ii the best K&ffi e. .

] laxative I kaow of for old m* .
2S people. A rood many years IJJr Itlonde Dens Opine
'S3! ao, in Virginia I used to El* .
"Ain't 'bow lie
.peculiar
spring rush for Ford Touring Cars has (JJJ get bilious and I found that I'iIt'! my
the office, and at the same time

started says he don't like kicker InI
?
g Theuiord'sDLAOKDAUOHT g CAa0
notice he never mlmie a RunMian -
Arrange to place your order at once, so that liallet."

you will not be obliged to wait far delivery. e e

!( > Theory vs. Practice" eAVaolte.

Mrs: M.: "You should have beento

,-/ (- :: Detroit, Wchlgan 41 was the best and quickest r.- E9iji the lecture. Prof. Goof broughtont

Ili-f I could get Since I came fft many inteesting farcts. He saysa
;! to Texan I have these bilious who almost
11 you do not wish to pay cash for your car you can arrange "iIa!! lIMo many swears always
*
attacks every now and thf'n"II' "
for a small payment down and easy termacm the balance. a man will got bilious any- wmS lies
Or you can buy on the Ford weekly Purchase lima ? where, you know-and I find HJ :Mrs. S.: "Humpf! that's demon-

q that a Little Black-Draught IJ strated almost every weekend in our v r iniF

See the Nearest Authorized Ford Dealer anon straightens me out. garage" .._. .
t mat After a few doses, in little or -
'PJ'I no time I'm all right -gain. *. .
AN EXHILARATING EFFECTA : .
caafl'Mi !' VESTh
ItJ Thedford's Block-Draught l$ftrfii l
bottln cf Hcrbine on the shelf at
medicine vegetable liver <* bums is like having a doctor in the houtw mixing of "t '> lilti.,nop flaymi/
: Died In America for
JJT all the tinw It gives: instant relief when of New Ylld.t',1| An hi.., liopMunili'lrine
'JI3 over eighty years. It acts on upH the lif"'ion. gets out of ordnr or the of I nr : to Cut; I lin.tls,
the stomach, liver and bowels my .. ( of the IConia'i! I .ti'oiic. f.nth. amida
ImwrUill to act.: ()nn or two down i Ie
]_;? in a gentle, natural way as- IT tit -i.l. ,n'' lit Konic. now
3 relievUP all that is necessary tn/ start things m',"'- wei'f ; r
slstlnadlaestfon and .
make the Amer Members of the
au
log and restore that fine biding of cxUilItrattofi : "
111 constipation.. Sold every- fSt and Imnvonry n( xpirittl which l_ Hicrml! Coll"ic rui ,ibvr four The
CARS TRUCKS TRACTORS where.nerq ntlii-r <( 1,1: l O'ConOOtt
.3II tw- II' .11 <
r-coc .. E-102. !., longs only t3 pcrfoct health. I *) GOo.KoULy of Boston and Cardui-kl Dare! "artyor
+- p"+ mi ae+i
!1a e4er! 4ldd"lF ;liil ;! All Drug Stores PhJa.MphU

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J BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA

PAGE EIOIIT --- FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP ONE

l. in one hour. Mote than $150- THE : NEWS ITEMS OF BUSY LAWTEY lu I group' hereby one> announce for nomination myself. for aa the a candidate olf... of

Telegraph l paper building rvpreipntativo, In the lug.Mature from Brad
I Bradford(I County i iI 000 is to be invested in the ford county* ...bl..., to the action of the
: Democrat. primary be !held Jane 3rd. 1024.
I and press.In respectfully solicit the support of all
this conection here are two interesting Lawtey April 11.-Mrs. Ed. Gal- David Durban Jr. was a visitor tc 'Dtrniocratto voters and, If elected* promise
ruUl.h: weal!b and tittered sa I the LakelandStarTelegram I faithful and consct.ntinu. service.KVEUETT .
from Jacksonville Saturday.
cements loway and children, of Nashville, M. JOHNS
second class matter, at the post the Times-Union. Telegraph -
i I I and Tenn., are spending a few dan herewith FOR KEPRKSKNTAriVK' -GROUP TWO
.
office at Starte, Florida.E. The Star-Telegram says' : her parents Mr. and Mrs Mrs Annie Brown Barrett wai: I hereby announce myself as a candidate
.. who Is interested ': and Sunday other for a member of the House of ItopreaentaUveafrom
-- __= :_. :_ __=_-o.n:... !, "A visitor in Lakeland Charles Dinkins. the guest Saturday Bradtotd County Mo., group' No. 2,
/. MATTHEWS in a large newspaper property mother, Mrs. M. T. Edwards. subject to the Democratic primary of June 8.
ROBINBON.-Man.dng Editor. 19.4. I earnestly solicit th...support of lb.
has
J. C.: in the state of Pennsylvania Mrs. James E. Goodfellow was call vot r. In the coming primary. Jf elected I
since his arrival NOW : has accepted the promise to work far the best" Interest ot Bradford
: been enjoying himself ed to Kentucky last week on account i iI Robert Dinkins county and the. auite of Florida. Respect
PUBLISHED EVEKY FRIDAYy here by "browsing" among theStarTelegram's I Ii of the illness of her father. i position of the night operator foi fully. W. O. DUVALL.

-- i exchanges, news I the S. A. L. Ry., at Highland. % FOR COUNTY JUDGE "*
; and I I hereby myself m candidate forthe
announce
SUBSCRIPTION RATE papers) printed in Florida towns Mrs. V. R. Reddish was a visitor I office of County Ju Jtte of Bradford county *
familiarity with I Edwards and Miss refer the voters to record during
week's I Jacksonville I II Mrs. W. 11. 1 my
after one to Saturday.
$1.50 tern 1 have held this vlfloe in the past
the
--
Year --- etent"witness" to'
: ; Per I the Florida papers this coma $1.50$ I I Eunice Whitehead were visitors and 1 earnestly solicit their support at the
Trie- newspapers I I I coming primary. If elected 1 promise to
Florida
.
Months declarE; that : Mrs. Britt of Jtacclenny is Starke Wednesday.
; Six Nancy dtHcharite that duties of tie office to the belt:
I average away ahead of those spending a few weeks here with her I bf my ability, according GEO.to law GARDINER.and without
--- with which he iafamiliar. I Barber who is employed in I fear or favor. A. .
of any otherstate daughter, Mrs. T. .L Wainwright. J. W. I -

I I lie makes no exception in ,- one of Gainesville\ banks, spent a few hereby announce FOR SHERIFFI mysulf a candidnt for -

\ twegI i his statement that apparently Florida A YEAR Mrs. L. A.IMarr and children I days here the first of hte week on I Short of Bradford administration county and of if the elected sher-X .

I publishers take more pride in and spent the week-end with relatives in I account of the illness of J. W., Jr. premise Iff'. office.efficient 1 stand for law enforcement.equally
applied to one and all without fea
their publication,
I >ui more work on Sanderson. the of
,,1 l I or favor. I shall appreciate support
weekly, semi-weekly and daily, than A. A. Smith has been confined to the voters. at the primary June 8rd. ...

: I I'i 4 :I do "those lazy editors with whom I Subscribe Now : rolls Mary Boyer spent the week his home for the past two weks but W. M. (-MITCH' ) EDWARDS.
; ;
all good fellows, but he is reported to be hereby announce myself a candidate for
am acquainted, end in Baldwin with her parents, at this writing .. to the office of 8 hi/riff of Bradford

e v w a eq many of them averse to getting fellows down Re. and Mrs. E. Boyer. I recovering.Mr. I'I'I: : no. If pains re-elected In the full I will discharge, aa In of the all past.the

I hard work as you I solicit. the
to real, I III of the office, and I arn atly
I And another and IS, i.e. if a man of family, or I support of the voters at the ensuing primary.
here. Mrs. J. J. McLeod Mrs J.
No. 4954Membership seem to do down II Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, of : and Respectfully, W. J. EPPERSON. ,
his.own resources,
I National Highway 'another feature stressed by this single, starts upon Starke, were visltons to Lawtey" B. Rowe and Mrs James Pits attended I -
( In but nil It he has myself aa a candidate
I and they all, ; I hereby announce
the stranger
Association) visitor is this: That Thursday. the Baptist Union meeting at for sheriff of Bradford count I.m well
I .' ''i knows anything about newspaper raised, clothed, educated, paid the I Brooker last Saturday. acquainted with the duties of the office ,and
who
.. them to the
.. If. discharge
la .n and the doctor's bills that
c bIlly
crrocer'a
+ 00
Yc excellence, usually' is HUNS iu home from utmost of my with squal justice to
: ;; communityby come against the average man in this, Shep Sapp came Jack-I all. I earnestly solicit the support of the
ELECTING; THE insruicT \ Judge the calibre of the And when he has done this I sonville\ and spent Sunday Colon Miller went to Jacksonvillethe voters at the ensuing primary. .
This country. A. B. ALVAREZ.FOR
its week where he has
SCHOOL BOARD the tone of newspaper. family. first of the _
if he has not been successful; if he is
,
the
comment was suplemented by secured employment.Enoch CLERK OP THE CIRCUIT COURT
whole the not proud and thankful that he I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Tho election of on'o or more remark that, taken as a I James Clayton, of Maclenny, was re-election to the office/ of Clerk of the Clr
the district Indicates beyond all could do it, then why not? Perhapsho of his Grit ls. Contractor J.J.. Mc- Cult curt of Bradford county subject to the
members of each of Florida press and if he a week-end visitor at the home action of the voter* ..th.. earning' primary.June .
school boards will take place in tho question of doubt, that Florida is the is not happy, supposes daughter Mrs. J. W. Barber.W. Leod, Truby Roberts and G. L. :trd'I\'I I appreciate I the duties of this tm
Union"On has money he would be, and right I ; .,, but feel that I am qualifiedto
next two or three months in many coming state of the I Blanchard were at Kingsley lake discharge. tbem. Staving' served the pub,

((', of the States. So much of the success which the Times-Union comments there lie had is and a fool never, for will money have any has E. Torode was transacting last week erecting a summer cottage, .lio. to before my, fitness the voter for the art office welt ,able and to if judge they

especially of the small rural school : never business in Starke Wednesday. for Mr. Griffiis. choose to elect me. 1 promise faithful and
connection with happiness. Happinessnever I efficient service. Your support Is respectfully '
vastly
depends on the board that the people' "The people of a town do solicited. U. W. ALDEItMAN.
did from, and never will.
i f of the district need to be very careful more for a newspaper than its management come Pearce Jones, of Jacksonville, visited C. C. McCormick, of Waldo, wasa SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONI
covetousness
material of which -
in selecting\ It. One unworthy' does. If they give it a things envy, relatives here Sunday. visitor here Sunday hereby announce myself a candidate for.
r, to greed and the like form the t ... reflection" to the office, of county superintendent
y member may BO interfere with the liberal support it is almost sure i of school of Bradford county subject to

school that it will be almost worthless be a Rood paper. If they do not it basis. Most of the folks I know. I Sirs Elizabeth Howe spent Saturday Nearly 150 crates of berries were the primary.on June, .to ttrd.perform 1 promise the .duties if nom T>f

I ; : for a number of years. A great deal will drag along as a poor one .until would call sucessful. and Sunday in.. Jacksonville with shipped from here Friday in refrigerator the":,1rI't. "h'.t.og' of my ability. 1 solicit'
1 b There are lots of folks discouraged,1 I of voter In the county. Respectfully
So this the voy every
I ,
I has been written and said about just the time of failure comes. her relatives. I II boxes and open ex/ress.) The submitted. H. B. WIGGINS.
down in the mouth, without the least
the
,i what kind of person makes a good visitor judges the people by I first refrigerator car of_season was
and do not I
lioard, member. Certainly the usual newspapers! that circulate among know reason.it. Many If are are happy looking torAladdin' Mrs. W. A. Colley and daughter, ordered for Monday of this week but I I am a candidate FOR TAX for ASSESSOR nomination to the office .

characteristics of a good citizen suchas them and arrives at the conclusionthat you Miss\ Lois, were guests Saturday of I owing to the heavy rain, it was not of county assessor of taxes of Bradford

< honesty, fairness, kindness, and Florida is the coming state of Lamp, the Bimini of Ponce Miss\ Rebecca Whitehead.Mr. used until Tuesday and Wednesday.Mrs. I ft'o"nntnnII respectfully In the solicit Democratic your co-opera primary*

public spirit are necessary. There the Union. de Leon, or an easy road down here I J. P. Wyrick and little daughter election to be held June 8. the 1*U.confidence 1 assure and yon
appreciate
I deeply
that
A. Is the teacher to be selected. The "When the last census was taken you are following an ignous fatuous and Mrs. Truby Tillis visited Hilda, returned to their home in support you have given me In the past and,

" Ii board nvedft to know where to go ort:1 Florida had no city with a population seeking where you will not find. relatves in Lake Butler Sunday. i ieBaaaa Alexandria, Va., Sunday, after spending approval trust that for my another official term.record Re may pectfully.N. have .your

:l to whom to>> write in order to find as great as one hundred thou- Asking where you will not receive, >aaea _a i| a few weeks here with her D. WAINWRIGHT

l teachers, what personal qualities sand. Only two cities In the state and knocking where nothing will be Mrs. Lucie Mott returned home in'''' {parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry.Ed. I hereby announce-myself as a candidatefor
: opened unto Even a bachelor as office of tax assessor of Bradford
) thousand mark. you. the
make for successful class-room work, were above the fifty Lake Butler Sunday after spending county subject to the action of the Democratic
I
: and what salary must be oflured toi' And yet Florida has newspapers as lam, an "old" one, if it suits you. I about two weeks here with her Durban was It visitor to Jack- voters at the primary June 8. 1924. the If
perform
: I' secure a competent teacher. The good as can be found elsewhere in cannot but aver that a man or woman niece, Mrs. Truby Willis lonville from Friday to Sunday. 'elected duties of I the premise office" to keeping faithfully a clean correct
I' I II of million In- who has carried on as best as they record .of all work connected therewith. Veryreepectully.
attend with quarter a
board ought to know how to cities a I A. A. KAZEN.
to the affairs of the district in a businesslike habitants. Florida had only four could, who enjoys the blessings of
i' I home life church and state Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs.\ Charles Burcke returned to FOR TAX COLLECTOR
ten society, ,
way. This means htat it <;itit's wits a population between children of Starke, spent Sunday at their hpme here last week from the hereby announce to the publlo that I ama -
will be ablu to make budget and fifty thousand but a number of obtaining not all-nobody ever gets candidate for re-eUtctien to the office of
up a North where she has been
all-but of the so-called luxuries the home of Mrs. M. E. Edwards.At spending county tax collector subject to the will of
\ know how much money there is for these" cities were supporting papers part Grace church in the evening.Mrs about three months thy people] at the eoralnti Ufiroeratfe primary
I creditable to cities that abound are not only successful election to be 'held June 3* lu.,4. Promising
be :
I ,r the year, where the money comes that would Adkins favored the congregationwith If re-elected, the same personal: I, oourteou and
il1! I from, how it should be spent, and will with from twenty-five to fifty thousand but should be grateful for life, liberty solo which efficient service In the future a* in-the put
and the pursuit of happiness In this an appropriate was Percy Starling, of Jacksonville' I will appreciate your vote Sincerely
I
keep careful accounts Moreover people In other states. E. W. HAYES.
I thee." beautifully rendered. visited relatives here Sunday. _
would land "the Lord, thy God gavest I
Florida man
I f school trustees should be men and "A newspaper I hereby announce myself a candidate. for
women wise enough to leave professional naturally like. to take__u_ credit for this Mind you, the pursuit of happiness, the office of tax collector of Bradford eounty.I .
\
/' teaching matters to the teacher to the men in his profession, but he not getting it. Many of us bemoanour NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS bid.] M evidence. of good faith and aa a solicit. and the if elected support I of protnUe the voters m faithful of the eounty. dta
4 workers untoward circumstances, rail Sealed bide will be received by the Board guarantee that If awarded the. contract the chance of the duties of said office. Roapect-
I er. Finally they must be the kind of: knows that newspaper of Hand TruHteee of Bradford County Florida bidder, will execute the contract and give bond fully submitted B. M. DOWLING.
-I folk that the children of the com change in personnel but that newspaper against bad luck, when we should be at thu office of the Beeretanr of the Hoard aa required.
thankful we are alive not naked not at Slarko. Florida until 2 o'clock p. m.. May The right la reaerved to reject any or all COUNTY COMMISSIONER-DIST. N..1
,
: ;jnunity can respect.-Exchange. excellence continues. This 8lh. '1824. and at that time publicly openedfur bide. and to conatruef any or all\ or auch myself a .ndld..t8 I for
hereby announce
I
shows who makes the paper. It Is hungry and out of the poorhouse or conntruetinir or improving the following portions of these road. aa the Board may re-election to th. office of county eoramis-
routs. or sections of routs In Bradford county decide. at any time prior to the final completion Lawtcy. If reelectedI .
DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK the citizenry of unchanging spirit penitentiary. Happiness is a state of of the work. loner for District No 1.
Road Nn. 14. State Road IS to New River [ will vive the tame careful and conscientiousttentlon
that plays by far the most important mind, but'success is a state of feeling, I Router Road.). Approximate length 7.6 Plans and apeolncatona! may be seen at the to the duties. of the office as I haven
--- office of the County Engineer i and) coplea of
\ HILL.
milea.Road LOUIS U.
,. Most aro ad a feeling by comparison, a calm the apeeificntiona may b. obtained from the the PMt._ --
Hy E. R. WAITE part. newspapers
No. 20. Road No. t to Samson City. ,
secretary of the Board at t2: 50 per copy
t', I that is accorded summing up of conditions past and Approximate length 8.1 miles I FOR COMMISSIONER-DISTRICT No. S
the
(Secrt-ary, Honrd of Trade, Shawnee,,, good as support April 6. 1924.
cannot be present, all along the road, and while Rna.il No. 19. State Road 13 to Road No. E. S. MATTHEWS I hereby annnunoe that I am a candidate
Oklahoma) them will permit. They 'I'I 1. Approximate, length 3. i better. A newspaper is a business mayhap you may not have done us No. I I' Extenalon. Road No. 8 to R ldjHN'a. C. A. FUTCH eve served the county as a member of recml. the.
store, well as some, you have done better Approximate length 1.7 mitea.Rond I I ward and am wllllnff to be Judged faithful/ by and my conrclontioua .
} THAT many business! men should like a dry goods or grocery 44StS2.READ If elected 1 promise
than most of the others, had places No. 21. Ro.d No. 8 to Road. No. CErtenelon I serVie to the duties of the office
and unlike a
have modern busi that asks no favors, yet I
a wider vision of Approximate length 1.7 mllea.Road _p4!,tfuly.! J. L. UNDERHILL.
I I store it represents the community in been reversed.-By McDufT in Pul- No. If, Road No. I to Doan'a Bridge.. I ,, -
n ese. A vision which will lead theway ,
.. .
Approximate length I.' mil.
aski (Tenn.) Record. to the voters that I amt
i I hereby anounc
: for increased opportunity and which it is published as a success or Road No. 17. Koad No. 1 to New Hope i THE TELEGRAPH I Ii candidate for the offic of county com mis-

increased, business. a ,"__d". -Pensac0SUCCESSWIIAT. 1 a ......ews. Rond., Approximate length 2.8 mllea.Road FOR ALL LOCAL HAPPENINGS inner District, No. 3. I It elected to this
i No. 14 Extension State Road 13 to >.ric. I pledge my .boat effort at all time
THAT if have business Clay county line. Approximate length 1.1 I of the county
you good ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn i to the Interests
IS IT? Circuit Court. Stale of EI hthJudicial I J. W, PEEVATT-
Florida.
I 'ATWEltTISE-AND KEEP IT. Road No. 16. Road No. s to Road No. T.
THAT if WANT GREATER -- cery.I Circuit. Bradford County In Chan- Approximate 'length 48 miler Political! !I COUNTY COMMISSIONER. D1ST..'
you lload No. 22. Road No. 1.1 to Willi....* Announcements
11"
.
I BUSINESS, ADVERTISE AND From time to time I have essayedto .na t'umplaintntva.M. HtMWtt Approximate length 1.5 mllea.The ,i I I hereby announce myself District a,* a candldat No. ftomprislnit
'for CommisHlonur
total) lengtha" of the.project.. ]I. approximately County
l GET ITITHAT! write a few lines on the above 31.2 milea.The : --- I 1 Broqker and New River. If electd -
often have I givenit Mont Hiuaett, total quantitioa of the Items on which : FOR STATE SENATOR 1 promise a faithful and elinient performmce -
you cnn njnke quicker profits subject and just as Defendant proposals are dealred are approximately aafollnwa .II To the Democratic elector of Fifteenth of the duties. of the office, and will
by quick turnover of stock. up, realizing my inability "to ex- appearing by affidavit appended to the : Senatorial District of Florida: I respectfully work always for the best Interest of the
the line of bill fll.d In the. alxtv auiud emus that Mont Clearing. and grubbing 167.S acrea.F.xenvatlon. I I solicit your support for ronom I nation In ntire" county. Itaapuctfully. .
THAT if don't have in the right way June primary as state senator for said A. B. SURRKNCY.rlE'MBEK
you a quick press Ha.a.tt. the defendant therein named I. ft R5UIO cubic yarda.Rnad your
to ahead and non.n4Id..nt! of the State of Kloriila. and hea machine 1470 atntfona. I Inon. I district which. embrace the counties of Bradford
that grading
impels
: go :
turnover, your stock will dopreclatein thought < n rveldunt of Kapld City Mlchluan and la .. ,machine .grading Sand-clay i .. aectlon) ,, and Union. D. E. KNIGHT.By 1 i SCHOOL DOARIX j iT-: No. I
\ value. say the gay. But I am going to write over the aae of twenty-one years: I it ia therefur lyo nttlona. I The friend of Rev. L. W. Kloklte..k for
: said nonroaldent defendant. II the rcqufHt of many Mends. I hereby. hla re-election. a member of the Board of
and ordered that Untreated piling 6152 lln. ft. i as
the firm hope
with
THAT you can't "play dead" and soino anyhow, to be. and In hereby rmiueatcd to appear to th. Untreated::: structural tlmb.' : 131.6 M. I announce myself .. a candidate for the 'uhllc Instruction for district. No. 1 of Bradford -
anywhere. belief that It will bring some measure bill of complaint filed In laid e.,... nn of 'lay mirfacinir material 3000 eu. yd. i Senate from Bradford and Union counties, county. Mr. Kick liter has given the utvnost
l F get subject to the action of the Democratic satisfaction during the several term b*
before Manila, th. 6lh day of Mae A. D. ten fa of overhaul 1600 units
i .. THAT the man who hesitates too of comfort to just lots of folk in 11114. otherwlae" the allegation of laid bill Mixing and ahaping Hand clay aurfaee. I I primary of June 3. 1924. I respectfully ia* served on the beard, and we conald.r itt
much mldillc or beyond, life who are discouraged will .be taken as "confeaaeti. by said defendant. !29000 I> ou. 11..... ,! :::f..thti.ao: '" of every voter and hereby the Interest of the voter and the county
is lost. It b further ordered that order. he publiatv.ed 12 sort pipe .ulv.r.... 39J lin. ft. 1 will render tap and faithfulaervic4 hat his service b* continued.
THAT hit-and-miss methods in and who feel that they have once M week for four ennaeoutlvyeeka 18 inch pipe culverta, A72 lin. ft. I for the purple whom. I rpra BARNES.*.nt. MANY FRIENDS.
T.
business don't but little, or nothing, to show for in the Bradford County Telegraph newspaper 24 Inch Pipe eulverta. 62S lln. ft. I I ______.! IEMBKR l ; SCHOOL BOARD-DIST. No.I a
I pay. fiubllnheti In aald County and State. All work to be dune in accordance with ,I
THAT If have the right. kind their efforts along life's uneven' road. This April 2nd. 1 84.Q. the plane and Inatructlona. general provialona. FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI hereby announce myself a candidate for
you ,: i :, candidatefor school board district No. 8.
W. ALDERMAN: slow al pmvlniona. apeclflcationa And propose) hereby announce that I am a ember of the
of goods: service and prices; let the If you are one who contends thatSuecess (Seal) Clerk CIr<,aI Court. end contract of Bradford county. :I .I.etwn to the office of supervisor of If nominated and elected I promise a faithful
can be measured only in By C. A. KNIGHT Each bid must be accompanied by a : registration., If I am, r..l..led I shall eon- tschariie of the duties of the office to the.
people' ): know. ADVERTISE. Deputy Clerk.R. certified I check or a I tinue to rive my very best effort toward 'ent of my ability. I solicit the vote of every
THAT advertising and service sell money in dollars and more dollars, A. GREEN. able to E. 8. Matthewe. t.I'.m: ; :J.iIiond carrying out the duties of the olTfc Rcapert-/i Democrat in the primary to boo held Jon flrd.ieapeetfully .
here for this Solicitor for Complainant. 4-4-6t--E I Truateea. for five percent of the amount ,, fully C. A. KNIGHT. L. J. WYNN.
goods. then you may stop -- ._---0----- -
''' -- --- -- -- -- - -- ----- --
THAT advertising brings business. article does not concern, you in vie

THAT poor goods and service lose least.

business. Rut, if you are a man, especially

( 3 THAT every customer who leavesa a man of family, one who has triedas -

store without the Roods. he came to best as he could, with his limited

buy, shows something is wrong with means, education, chances, etc., to i '

I either the goods/: price, or service. rear and clothe and educate his I When you ship Strawberries or Vegetables get our

THAT if this happen often in a children, pay his debts, and find yourself

store, something is wrong with the In middle life or rapidly comingold Reliable Returns
Market Prompt
Quotations
business. age, with but little of this world'sgoods ,

1' THAT somebody had better get and bemoaning what you

think I is fact that you have beena .
busy and do something and DO IT a

NOW. failure, this article is for youandI BERRY & BRANDT

THAT SOMEBODY HAS NO believe and know you are in the .

t VISION OP MODERN BUSINESS majority. Statistics that have been PHILADELPHIA PA.

I II METHODS. verified for years and years prove ,

1 ( <- and demonstrate that only three out e You remember Frank Berry .

I 'TilE TOWN MAKES of one hundred make a money success .

I THE NEWSPAPER during life In business in America. .

And America, I is the best of all P. S. COLLINS & CO. W. H. HARRISON

d The Jacksonville Times-Union Is countries, at that. With most of us, New York City N. Y. Washington D. C.
,
about to enlarge its already spacious somewhere aloug the line we could ,

I' plant by a three-story addition In die and it could be said "if that fellow -
Reliable Market Information fromR.
which will be housed one of the had lived he would have done Wire or get

largest and most modern newspaper something," yet if he had lived, the B. ALVAREZ, Starke, Florida

presses In the country, a Hoe machine chances were 97 to 3 that he would

which will permit the printing of a not.-in a money sense. Bpt, that is ,
.
t' mnlllt40 on," 'j'lidrml, aid twelve ..nt IIA. fv'M1*". nor the reason for

article .:ter "was he a success
page pis., in colors und having uia I

capacity of 80,000 twenty-eight page I, '" I am saying\ that HE WAS






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