Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02224
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CLOSED IN Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Vijj take this method of thankingour MURDER CHARGE quality of the berries beingoffered

; miles of the Fowler sympathize with them in the I }many friends. who so tenderly assist at the platform' is improvingover :
.Saturday was the last day for I Something over has'been I'loss of their infant eon, Earl Leslie,, *! us during tho short illness and I Mail Carrier :Must Stand Trial For last week's offerings. During
rock base tho highway I'
egistration in the various precincts on 'who died! Saturday at their home on I utter the death of our darling baby. : Alleged\ Slaying of l Prominent I the tint three days of the week approximately
of the county, and the books have noween I,completed and work is steadily !going I' '
Pratt street. Also fur the beautiful llornl offerings. Mn'i11oJ Merchant eleven thousand quarts
the supervisorof :forward. With favorable weather the I
turned over to I the sits I Earl was born !March 21st, 1021\ Mr. and Mrs. A. U. FOWLER. were shipped from Starke the pricun

registration, Mr. C. A. Knight at base will bo completed to I end was therefore only three week A true bill for first degree! murder running! from 15 cents to 20 cents alIlrt. '

Itho courthouse. If you have 10 far I ,of the old 1 convict which camp is by Wednesday for as I old at the time of his death, which I I ll\All JONUG: RADIO TAXES: wile returned by the Duval county '\\ Thursday a big\ : shipment was ;
[failed to qualify for voting. in the of next week, as Usura Harris 24
caused from pneumonia. Mrs. grand jury against. ,, looked for.Reports t
tor the was
do not fail to call at the work will go north I '
Tuna primary, Fowler was formerly Miss Etta Williams I WASHINGTON: Al'rilT:\ xeI on Maxville.! from Plant City IndicaU

(the supervisor's office and register. present. road I daughter of Mr.\ : and Mrs.I man jongg and radio sets voted into Harris is charged with tho murder that a "second crop", estimated by
fcThe books will only be open until The sidings! on the Foggy J.Lucua. ,.
of his brother-in-law, BenjAmin
the bill tonight by the sonata
will be used for T. M. Wllliitms. revenue ; Home as high HH a million quarts, is I
south of the town
1 ,'riay 1st.flJRADFOUD. I I finance committee which at the same a rural mail carrier, at Maxillv -
unloading the rock for the work The baby's funeral took place at in night, and that the local marketappenn
time approved the reduction in auto- on March 12. The shooting oec'AiruJ j
which will start next week on the one o'clock Sunday afternoon, at the I to bet "shot to pieces",
. COUNTY mobil taxes and repeal of the cnndytax on the treet at Maxville\ late
road I leading to Hampton. Rock laying family residence, Dr. J. J. Bulten, of average prices paid last Thursday
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES voted by the house in the afternoon and ]Harris mado>> hilleBenl' I
'will begin at the railroad and it the First Baptist Church, conducting I Granu being 17 cents with every
'', but was arrrstetl at &
is thought will be completed to the ;the service. The interment was at going: lowgr.Government .
-I The B. II. S, Is an accredited DIET11ODl4TSunday Cove Springs:\ the next day. 1
Alachua county line within twelve Kingsley Lake cemetery. Kind reports of the strawberry I

; Senior High School-having forty- weeks. friends. sent many beautiful flowers. situation in Louisiana show I
r four
minute lesson periods,
+ school 100a.. m. everySundry that damage front frost was lighter
teachers in the high school depart- morning. E. K. Perrymnri,
than at first reported and will not
ment, properly certificated, doing all INJVC110fAY! TIE UPSTATE HAMPTONC'hrlntiun : April 11.-Mr. and Mrs.
reduce the total yield! more than five
the work and lacking only threeof ELECTION MACIliNERYf't't'retary at11:00 I. T. Moore and J. T., JrV and A. M.Dlnni'hnrd .
on Sunday : a. m.
to ten cent. Cars have been
Church Notes per
being olassified as a Senior A High and K:00: p. 11\. by tho rinstor, Rev.L. were visitors. to Starlit moving' since April tat, the main
', -School. Crawford Notified of Court There will be a young prop1e'smeeting i Saturday. I
I). Simpson. Epworth) League movement however will be afterApril
'" Upon the resignation of Mrs. S, S.Pawling ActionTALLAHASSEE at the Christian church Fri Sunday evening at 7:15. Miss EKIridge Reddish was milledhome 10th. Demand moderate for

the school was fortunate in day, April 11th, at 7:30: p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday. e'vvnliWT from Jacksonville last week on I
Posst- I Old Christian Typo of of the serious \illness of goad\ stock, market dull. Tho berries
securing th@ valuable services of Mrs April 7.- Subject-An ut eight o'clock. account he.r I I
are reported to be of fair quality,
Alderman.The of tieup in Florida election Christian Endeavor. mother Mrs. Sullio Reddish. ,
Jay bility a Dr. W. F. Dunklo, presiding elder though considerably "off color" and
the of June primaries Brother Vf. *E. Wheeler. Mr. Lewis representing tho George I
county school board and machinery on,the eve i Speaker- of the Jacksonville district, will come misshapen. .
when State is Invited, especially the ,Allison commission house, of New ,
Christian Brotherhood gave a very loomed today Everybody next !Monday tho 11th inst., and
received I: of the town. I York IN here nsxiHtimr their Berries are arriving in the marketin
valuable addition to the laboratory Attorney II. C. Crawford young" people preach evening touring\ the week City,
every / /
outfit last January. copies of an injunction filed in Tampa,,, 1 Brother Wheeler will preach at the; I Ii at I'firht o'clock. All members are local agent. J. S. Norman, during tho poor condition. New York reported -

added the him from Christian church next Saturday night trflulierry shipping season. arrival :Monday of shipment from
Last year the school seeking to enjoin i urged: to bo present at these services.A I

Books of Knowledge, costing$60, to ing candidates for office and certifY-I i and, Sunday nt 11 a, m. and 8:30: p. m. cordial I invitation extended *to the Henry non nett, of Jacksonville, Lnwtey district, Water-soaked amimildewed

the library; and this year a set of ing other duties required of pviMic. was transacting business in town last ; selling mostly for 10 to
encyclopedias' worth $18. the law. Junior B. Y. P. U. went.Mrs.: 15/ cents few going ut front 20 to

will the second I C. Y. Mayo and little tiff cents, and Homo badly decayed
The commencemen exercised The writ was fillet in I i .The following program was rendered MT. MARK'S CHURCH

begin Sunday, evening, April 27th, district circuit courtly T. L, Pelham,, at the Junior B. Y. I>. U. last daughter, Ada Marie, of Pollard\ selling! as low us 0 cents a quart.

will I Ala, lire spending a few weeks here Pony refrigerators sold from 35 to
when the baccalaureate sermon of Tampa. Thursday evening. TluYe will be sl'rvh'cs'on Friday

be preached in the auditorium. The Pelham charged Secretary Craw' Subject-The Talking Book. evening and next Sunday morningand with her parent, Mr. and Mrs J. II. 50 cent a quart.

high, school play will be staged Mon ford with violating, or permittingto Song-Living For Jesus. evening.The Moore. I Quotations from other markets

and the article of the Mr. and !Mrs W.1.: Bryan and range from 35 cants to GO cents
day evening, the 28th! inst., be violated seven Scriptural Readings-Psalms 110-: hour for the evening services tier

graduating exercises will be Tuesdays I state constitution, which provides for j.g-By Mfs. A. A. Drden. is changed to 8 p. m. son, Wesley visited relatives in quart for Florida fruit; Louisiana

evening, the 20th inst. Dr. Fatr, of the reapportionment of the senators I Sentence Prayers-That we may The services during the Holy Week RUirko Sunday.Mr. (berries are bringing CO to CO cent

the Cniversity of Florida, will deliver I and representatives from all counties help send the Gospel to the world- will l>o Wednesday 8 p. m., Good Friday and !Mrs. James Godwin, of a quart. %

the address to the graduates. I every ten years. The legislature, Pel- Led by Mrs. Durden and closed by 4 p. in., and! views of the Starke, spent the week-end h..rwith Our growers should take moro

ham contended is supposed to make Mrs. Wheoler. rruvillxioii will he shown at the relatives. I' pains In the picking und packing of

SPEED MEASURE FOR AS. the reapportionment and has failedto Song--Send the Ij.ight. Woman's Club at 8 p. m. to which the Iliac Mabel Edwards returned to the berries; all inferior fruit should

SISTING WAR VETERANSMore do aD.lIearing. Election of Officers. public is Invited. her studies at Wtmleyan College at ho discarded! und only unblemished

of the injunction will be Business period. The Eastt''offering will be for the Macon, Ga., tho first of tho week,, berries packed for shipment. The
Liberal Terms Provided Under held in Quincy, la., on April 12 in the Group Captain announces subject fence fund. after upending/ two weeks here with grower Is the one who suffers the

New Bill circuit court. Introduction-By Captain. her mother, Mrs. M, E. Edwards. ;I most from the effects of shipping Inferior -

Patrons set up a printing press- CHURCH OF CHRISTPreaching Walter Swambom, of Fort Pierce,,'' fruit, and the pack must ba

WASHINGTON. Sidetracking WILL BUILD CLUB HOUSE Marvin Williams.The spent a few days" here last week with !good enough' to sell in competition

Old Chief-Annie May Pierce his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Swam. with the Louisiana! ('rop.UAI'TIS1' .
and soldier
temporarily the revenue at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. I

'bonus bills the! senate finance com- The Keystone Heights Woman's The New Eyes-Gertrude Allgood, Bible school and Communion at 10a. bom. 'I
I.. Club is working toward the Patron Teaches the Chief to Read- Mr. and Mrs.! George Anderson
mittee took up and ordered favor- now m. and 7:45 p. m. CHURCH BULLETINBy

ably reported the Reed measure for erection of a club house which may John Latty Wheeler.He All the members are urged to attend .- were visitors to Starke Sunday. > I
of Jacksonville
laws be used for some time as a com- Teaches Others-Leslie Futon. Mrs. Henry Register,
revising the veterans' bureau and all are invited to come. action of the church, there will

and the war risk insurance and voca- munity house. The women have Song and Benediction. W. E. DAUGHERTY, spent the week-end here with.1.1Gedwln. l he> meetings each night of next week,
clone much to further the improve- April 11.-Mrs. Hester her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. "
tional rehabilitation acts. Senator Hampton, Minister. known as "His Last Week. Seventy-

Reed, RepuBlican\ of Pennsylvania ment of the comunity since their Jones, who has been the guest of her I I five copies of a booklet entitled, "HU

author of the bill, announced he organization a few months ago, and daughter, Mrs. A. Dyal, of Jackson. NEW RIVER Colon Miller came home from Jacksonville ', Last Week," have been purchased by
and the weekend" with
would seek immediate action on it by Judging from the enthusiasm displayed vine has returned home. spent members of the church and] congregation -

the senate. The bill liberalizes provi- their new project will meet Rev. Burke of Waldo, was a visi New River, April 11.-Miss Thelma his family. I I in which the events of the day,

sions for hospital treatment of veter- with success equal to all previous tor here this we k. Parker, of Lake Butler, spent Sun. Truby in Wainwright Starke Saturday.was transacting'business as recorded In the Gospels, are .

.. ans and make considerable change in enterprises. Dr. Biggs, of Starke, was a business day here with her parents, Mr. and i I published. Each night we shall read
Rev. 1i. G. Eaton, of Jacksonville
t the administration of veterans' laws visitor here last Monday. Mrs. W. M. Parker. and meditate on the events of the

: in the light of information gained MRS. R. L. SPARKMAN'Mrs. Miss Mary E. Thigpen left last Opal ard Pervls Lewis, of Brooker, filled MH regular church appointment at the i day, and we are looking forward to I

(luring the- recent veterans' bureau Monday for Jacksonville and St. were visiting here Saturday and Sun- Lawtey Baptist White of Sunday.Starke i i large gatherings and, a real spiritual I II'
George was
}. investigation. R. L. Sparkman died in Augustine where she will visit her day. uplift. The public is Invited to shareIn

All hospitals now or formerly Tampa on !March 21st, after a short friends before her return. Miss Aphle Hodges returned home transacting business In Lawtey I' these meetings! which will begin

'1 under the control of the public health illness. She was born in Bradford I Postmaster F. E. Carr, of Keystone Friday from Starke. after spending 3atur-day. nt 7:45 sharp.
Contractor J. J. McLeod with
a I I
service would be transferred to the county January 1, 1858, and resided Heights, was a business visitor several weeks with friends and force of workmen are moving the Our services. on Sunday will be introductory
veterans' bureau and all hospitals here for many years where ahe is here last Tuesday.
relatives. to the week-night meet-
residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Good-
O. who has been the ) Ii
ordered opened to veterans of any well and favorably remembered.! I Mrs. Haynes, relatives. fellow, to mi4:'e room fur the hard Ings. At 11:00: a. ni. the pastor will I

war since 1897 for treatment "with- Sparkman was the eldest daughterf guest of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas, W. M. hedges made a business road. I resont.tho story of ChrUt's. entry I

out regard to the nature or origin of the late G. W. McKlnney.She of Valdosta for several days, has returned trip to Starke Saturday.J. Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke, Into the Holy City. The day U known I IIII"

;'p. -their disabilities if such veterans leaves to mourn her death, two to her home here lust Sunday. E. Adkins was a visitor to "('aim Sunday", because of the
visitor here I I
was a
: have no adequate'means of support hildren, three sisters, Mrs. G. S. Rev. Jones preached at the Baptist Starke
Friday. Elam I Rhoden spent a few days in strewn in the way all Jesus I
and by reason of their disability are Young, of Lake City, Mrs. II. B. church hero l last Sunday morning and Arle Wilson, of Starke, and Jacksonville last week. roilo Into the City. This gives opportunity I

incapable of earning their living." Wendish, of !Micanopy, Mrs. Sid .evening. Huhutler Crosby, of Brooker, attend, nunn Clark of Columbia county '' to !gather helpful lessons I

The measure also would permit Wilson! of Panama Park, and her I J. Johnson, who hall recently ed the party here Saturday evening. Rd Clark, of, Worthington. Springs, from the incident.Friday .

semi-monthly of husband, !Mr. R. L. Sparkman. purchased the large brick building, Greene andF.van
payments compensa- Messrs. Dave and Roy I
Misses Horn Clark and Hattie Black, I M all know, marks the day
tion in place of monthly and after west of the S. A. L. railroad, is repairing Hodges, of Pine Hill, visited! ',
of Water Oak, were called here last of ChriKt'n death.! On Sunday evening -
June 30 would restrict to a HIGHLAND it. lIe erpects to rent it as :
1927 .
, friends here Sunday.Mr.
week on account of the Illness of the pastor will seek to answer the
maximum of $40 month the com a Day and Night Cafe. A travelingman's have
a and Mrs. J. P. Lindsey as
for their sister, !Mrs. Jennie Reddish. '[iioKtion( repeatedly asked namely, !
be added
will also
for all veterans except Highland, April ll.-L.Mrs. Ola Sas- garage motherof
pensation guest this week Mr. Lindxey's "
Mr*. T. J. Terry an d l daughter, 18 It Right That One Should Die
those totally and permanently disabled ler, of Jacksonville, has purchased the accommodation of the public. Jacksonville.J. .
VIIss Claudie visitors to For Another And When Christ
were ; Died.
who maintained the Williams farm and! has to Rev. A S. Jones Is visiting
being by come Jacksonville
are : H. Holcomb, of was Starke Saturday.Mrs. hid He! Descend Into Hell ?" Soma
the bureau in a hospital and who have I reside. She is planning on running a Theressa this week. transacting business here Friday. j
W. M. Harrington and three hurch creeds say that Ifs did. Did
: Is the
and dairy business. Mr. E. Redd, of Alachua, I
no'dependents. poultry 'hildren, of Cairo, Ga., are spendingi lie; and if so, what took Him there 7rhis
Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Miss guest of her sister, Mrs. O. Haynes I
and relatives here. few weeks here as the guests ofltr. will be a reverent study of a ,
Ethel Ricks made a business trip to this week.P. .
LAKE BUTLER and Mrs. James Pitts. vital matter. Tho service wll begin
of Mrs. H. F. Chesicr is visiting
Jacksonville Friday.C. M. Geiger, postmaster
, Jacksonvlllu' Mrs. J. E. Goodfellow returned it 7:45. Pleas notice the chang lalme.
visitor here friends and relatives in
L. Williams of Jacksonville wasi Theressa, was a business
' ,
Lake Butler, April .-Mr. Curtis home Thursday from Kentucky where ; .
this week.
Reynolds of FU. is visiting visitor here Sunday.Mrs. this week-end.
Lilly John >Mosley and Thomas Mrs. W. R. Jackson, who has been F. M. Brown and family, who have iho was called two weeks ago on
relatives here.
in been located in the Saxon building account of the serious lllnass of her PRESBYTERIANSunday
Mrs. Dallies\ Epperson returned VIosley visited relatives in Starke visiting friends and relatives ther.
Macon Ga. bas recently returned to on Main street have removed to -
from where she had \\Jonday.
Sunday Tampa Miss Verbeck Is spending
Williams and Dorothy school at 10
Mr. and Mrs. Bose Boggs and little her home here. Palatks and E. C. a. m.
been the Lake Butler "
represent the that a i I few days with her uncle and aunt, services at 11 and)
Tucker Boggs Sunday as the Mr. Mann listen of Brooker was Family will locate In cottage Preaching a. m.
Chapter O. E. S. at the\ 22nd session spent -Ir. and Mrs. R. M. Tracey. She Is
T:45 .
vacated the former. m.Cordial
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Musserwhlto s business visitor here this week. Is by p.
yof the Grand Chapter. She reports it Marvilte. Mrs. .1 f. Priest is spending this W. E. Hutchenson is the guest of mroute from St. Petersburg. to her Invitation to the public.

the meeting being a grand success The strawberry movement from week in Mdrose. She will be the his daughter, Mrs. Crichloe, of tome in Arkansas. T. J. HEDGES,
and much interest manifested.Mr. Julius Dingfelder, of New York, I Is
here is slow this only a few guest of Mrs. Hiram Porter while Jacksonville. Minister.ifanning' .
Wade II. Kennedy of Miami season
Miss Thigpen who has been he guest for a few weeks of Mr. and
has succeeded )[ D. T. McGill rates being shipped each day and there.
r. as 4rs.
her A. M. Blanchard. ', were visitors her Smtur-
weeks with
Mrs1. Paul Canova of spending a few
Mr. and ,
the of the berries Is
; quality very
assistant caihier of Bank of Lake
Starke buslnes visitors here mother, Mr*. Thiirpen, of Gainesville, James Starling, of Jacksonville,
owing to the heavy rains. A were day.Ed
Butler. Mr. McGill having resignedto poor, with her relatives. Marr
this week. has returned here. pert Sunday I of Jacksonville, was visit
few of weather will
days put
open up a mercantile business In sunny ( Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burcke
were lag relatives and friends her Sun-
and Evelyn E. A. Kennedy and Mr. Lawrence,
Mrs. J. F. Johnson May
back the far as quality
West Lake Butler. Mr. Kennedy Is is on map as '
'Isltors to Starke Sunday. :
la concerned but the yield will be Jones and Edwin Prevatt attended ,if Brooklyn, were business visitors lay.Th
native of this and highly :
a county a Lake Butler San- here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Futch, of strawberry movement Is on
mall for the whole church services in
esteemed young man. H. has recently Miss Daisy Moore of Theressa, VanderbUt. were visitors to Lawtey the increase. About six refrigerator
been cashier of the First--National -' MnH Carrie C, Wrab Crews} rly was StuuUy.the guestif lay.S.. E. Rich of Starke, visited I,pent the week-ftul with her aunt, Trlday. car. beside. quit a large local shipment -
Bank of Miami. His many Dr. W. L. Powell of I
friends here last Sunday. Mrs. II. B. Weest. pastor Grace and) a number of refrigeratorboxes
,J. Wimberly motored to the
friends welcome bin horse. cf Ixral hurch la attending the annual conerence were sent from her last wek.Thlrf .
Florida\ State Farm at Raiford, Sun- Mrs. J. F. Johnson and Misses May W. P. Dirt and family, ,
Miss Kat*-- pprson returned Sunday this week There will not be I week it i* expected the shlr-
aDd Evelyn Jones had as theirnxifa weN the guest of ){1'11. Dirt's sisters,
to Alachua after a visit to her : preaching services in the will double that of last wl.
lay.Master ,my church menta
Cuthbert Padgett want U this week Brother W. E., Misses. Mary and Ada Nlmmo. ..
parents her*. ''lint Sunday; II Th children of Grace M. E. Sunday
dauffherty sad wife Mr. and Mrs. Raw. Windham, of Waldo preached
Gaine vine Thursday for a visit with ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Howard of last : Freeman Johns, Ira Wilson and school an practicing for an Easter
ito grandmother Mrs. Carrie Pa4rett Hunt and Mls Elsie D oghrtr, of 1 it UM Methodist church Sunday
Dukes, were visitors to Lake Butler momfna' and .* niag. Ulsn Thornton, of Stark., w.r. visl-lv I program which: will be rendered at
and while be will alsoi Starke. .
last, Saturday '--I away. .. ::.*. JCii Floru-jelle .'*, vf ', .' .'.+..., .'.-'. was a :"' -. :-- .:"p ch"rrt '.,.4.: "_'1t' _
M. Crews and J. E. Wimborly this week. Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick, of
Palatka buainea Yiaito hero
were visitors to Lawtoy Saturday I It f. C. Guchrane, in I Is pending thU wk with frknda 1'-



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'! ( !+d aai ope' car tied aitirs.L Sura scarce sfvmS, 'we +
t '":.t>t-lr..JlC': Istklite ViI ids aw dDtlait .vnevfctt ... sea jesai1aa d siR seer to <.dM*. aa IB mifciT end j Meab."JUt .
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:J'a.: .,. profs ra, he-7 _see "';'7 "goose, .Jn bedew tfce unfa.!! The

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ra "* siH>> a.n &I'll deaocr1loeiL cress Tseseatbaa 4f _
O teawir rtaarrdart 'a saqpevt hem. aatat ate! .::

':" "'"' are tirt knit BA av* ,, rncnsiat.s A eewwaozieiame astra+e7 ot :io *start dmsds earl canary ia th* bail:
: d .- :* Vlbea aJi kcal has bias... ,
tiNt of
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'.tree TIME, sad '" cheek ,ig' IoN,.. a0 slmieart tattaa aau J Jf. *. vfeic ooven aka 1.......).*..***. 7
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Last is aetaaiy iIDn-t-.aM4 DCMM: akjr :I J"ftt&.?.merra/ Sears Set it as the That remiss, see lisa *IT enter is, : Mr. raraer. piaat .lata a f iaMarart

1o'1I"-z ru* n* .C the W E N""'n es4 wtf a ianr :ia7 he MIll few tind. the' C_tell S&mea, has the ftararw: oc4':a1'aet. -sa. .taaJ'-' .r. fem. .

u Letter From AIJ.Htj ataaeti.;: trearteas r4 Lsrats: acme t* ae 'a ___ .. bttf oCmsts, ttttv.nd &n j.bl
Frank Clark of Fare: """r \ -a.. -" _.___ __....._ ....._. L_ ...-.... ___ ..I ___ aces fair FWsii
Ma.-aesairmL" Tiwaka -- ---- ir- -.. c- ---- -- --

uI doaIIaTII f laiw, daattaasa tie _- iry. GIIr if iiI sao3sesi:k dra.. tree; oaasi--aia atr...,miTiii< the r ry xaiasla.a : D."t 1II'Wtt the km wbb atilt Nill.ar

I I --7 atarraior -T sa:Asir.: t : ers sated a.t art: free tbe i "J ;rewusae : :MUf:.itttate at thee ,. :t tr 10 year TfdKtii!3w1 I
t..zat fist fl4 feamaa ail. *r. varm itoT?. i rf be lain S4.* Ke !&r twyrtr M$ IIewei is ek-- )
; as ik oe- uaidtst ill F r I ua sad vi!"., an ti f atvre, ..! ill. astral Tsd: astl
titw HiHiiuiii. to; Ut7 tt 1"I9'n"wu.a.. the S. b the pazioraan taat a ad 4*.en }>ua ti-it ..1 -ore ayei ... :
&" livdcdt r4's-
f xzr* xwm aid f II iC} --
tile tie *Wk mprtm6. baa: sa ..p> fn fy rose sum a c-.rnw Seas titti f. at: tae 1..ciII.... t. last\i,; : Fir ed at $I a day that reail I F lz t
Fatse6 Ctrrtuiasa3 Dbl.r t .1 f, jTTTae as Ute fTWftr amt. cfywa. __ ** a i'n U Ue firsn fill wet beTlit: j. aJtd the mvr ncan J. tJ*,* die !
p9trr4a lID .lairai.a sheer :ibau tear bai7ir't 'Sa"s+s erdtturJ UIII! d.t.a7.loW." .. lagseseri Ca7e7' K.oe d :k Zarz.n Takefor
tern L7 I ac W. a%i4 is the ..yamas j d ......L FajTSieai '.' : ,
1.10M.3 tsXied and ia l* toe 1MTfeH _, aaor.at d toy t"-u-+rhtp. '.r*.,- vbtre ti* 8C IiI>eD c. iweece a tatessrv:. awxlrr7 :itr4attu E. tT.d.I UI i&e co. try.sdf .
rac7 Sa.I the fittest at sane +tali Here sss N1e ewe ..f the -J%
aM rt irtes freest
4.7 d Js&e A. D. Il.A1dteutb .. I nl.rt Ampere txe
aa *f tYefrb.d .--ri I J j[ oriammKtelr.. M '* *-J .., \
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': --7 sad : H* neij>w tit* sip Dekta.ru aASe by The
u.e pe.y3t tiUt I wcwM ke a tie C.aarrer d tie CaBted:' S t.ta],. fibs to y rslettii t d Taierj4ra may ra3er a
I Ica to woe.d :ffITM".! is C.er aoda
/ d r sir aatD .
I Lav YL"1oMS V zul tia farms .. .. area wb ti: fired Feet :? fnrmatt. a tt ab.ndaare :
asccU esa.ie .1--1' -- .t.me .. ;iR t. *Mae tb't da tM Iort&&J trstktratt 2.e- dram :.. vi
[to csusai : ti GvesfreuMcaJ, fear the aubd aLi sat taw : -0----- rffxA ti* f '''cxre* tiit lDJotriaJ; 'r'.tJteTb:1D: .:= a +a.I;
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i b4* e1 cf twr ,Tart w toG 6.. La.tU.t kb Jto.y.cta eow 1art7 Lu tiT a acme az>d Facet fa7 .t.at Da; (&SM MUll aatamisTiate, art feud tit tray I+and ru j-rc-tj :flaod: icto :be I(
are stets T :aWe fist teem .also(. S&. BIBS witi .
yet the _
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&:as. t.i.u
arty eaei
J t.bas f.rsralay az mosacialtat.6Zary. -7 ciao a.t .resFwr. sad lulresisl '- s. u T4I2 'read ecCSeiatiea.ef KB tbe taker:rkrtjrr ia tie deicer t.a"'it.J-; A report .e sera relics. Tarparadtpta :
I deuce o: en seeds t4 -T Ts4cbs'tecs that --W DMt. 11 Job S.by.
to jn tee. 'W"idi.y aarsssi ted eryermxeKf I Mr. Jack y Besets b. reeDe4
j laiy asst pea far the aiiaam aI'IMtI'! yes b.'tSer' ttTein' ..zeepJ ac pir1sre.Cer cf a an7lias Be I*, a tw+- te uarsa 4 rf t.be uneirjtJ.-1. aad jfie tie GeriDeyat'.meat the liver.
:, uJ- we tcuridf
-a'ngy.rt"" istka tk to AJL!.ot a trip d the Ir
Tao to seer befest, std rtspea".fs corn rasstj frogs rior.ortftoc .u s.--
tat uo the eE
a nOSea fcwrt iveaeis...
riot o.-.t
jfiem mt .III tM lra.rt. and 1.0 .*T a ;IOS7 toesnaot.d I.q.. I .a a amOia fur a ire U fersase aiMfute is- Water Paper _7la tt.e jessr is SOe..aa 3Sc sL

I "'; Tt: Se I o.s z.rrn- 12DT fir. ... ever. biq.XIUde. sues cf mswr .i2 a..r.4 i Et ti* coW1 1 report lirt UI .f fix S.r.-- ajea ........ ....... trai.nNiUe1 -ps --..
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; aers. Ir.U7 awIt nun.ou ti' FEA.VE CXAEiL I rare km of of tile s.lta. Sea rt-fyxa ar4ie1
r u kiwi. yeh say he it:* <4ti r I ITI
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true d1.ste, -
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Exkrf D. reciH aK-.b a. ra--. Pk1'+wtTal dncwpr. t faettpatra.
ler r Caret
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1 Week d tU PaaiT.a.. .afttt slit tubs that JssaR. -..a.rtl'. t.ne sue Ktt1t m all 1atJ S flu cascrtj ii ti it tai t_ tar styptics. arcaadt fias ',.[.AX.nS "TrftW.SJTiQI PSPSEV* j! a aemr.
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This ate lick w.1& &eieh':. afcj eara km f't7 sear' tie rsblect: cfanadea saaaerrn is fier&iI fee ....
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Tfe*.ArrMiUiie cheat a*ax- to live T'br trap><.*I. turn t, be a.d fngndar finer.,ti at 8ne7o! e add: lace! sppFirr s: aarts ..a 1Of'Ii a De veto eteai7 sac :. .Jl.-_ -r. .
au ... Jif* aad l..... the ,1. fG ft* a. S ow d tbert teat J
atsMxyiiirreanae ago pn-tn7 tree regaee are rrmrirrd1'ae : :':' l'f jII.M ra' IjS :=- .. .
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J' .ssa cwt isle aa the Carted St*:** Nn daaoav at part cf re-

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'WI erwr. stride
i / bas rte a won\ teeth Rt dJada lose eg ja its !

.1 dI.fI""L" A lady lens Gvtfcrfeft n. \trrelbUr. .
b i i I II' By ArtlSttr &e Para who act: vaatta Fiipo tI. b Bvrn wavSd >< Dg datarseg
W Fraaaali'lO treat t :aIIIC!>
IIoemp, are daOreat.
ttai't Ms4sylbl tit sad tsars rccCapad' -
I' : LET LION; ROAR VIA TLVIMO. -A-. eeg6i.ea d ties Ieat.es U.rt:

AND .NOW FIRPO. Wfco ton earl Ac'M.7"" ... 1INIW I? Show:i P.wer e+ta tatto cI.df.ft :.. s.: .e-: .

THE LAJST SILVER THRE.1D.A, wMaaa! .tb<-* 4anee tJaM wtM. vast to :c
THREE KINDS OF WEALTH Wa* the raai af a k.eIc teawar. van to: yr/. -.j )

n," LET THEM DANCE. >-' and laid at bat .M Tioy ON THE SECOND EVERY SECOND

i;ia adaw?-A .seas IAaal I .

f f --- ..w rt". Yi,..*a tar.aervpbtat .. Bual3u00 I .
a- lIS a reds adssa. BrMaak i'; ; Hunan wants are constant and cord nu005.

,f I .brwdsaLcrt.. rerr awjl---J: traawauttcr:nu3&U a i. Pvaae t !ai Daakc fir rt seed+n tIaw aj.wife, ro fired jease' Ran' Sideache Feed, clothing, theker. and their mfmrte subdivisions -

.-fW tined tnymn t.i bfr. e dIba- Ha cajxaOy. B are daily Deeds.
I toe axle tone! t* ti! 's
and tic' vwartccfal "" Backache J I
bird ent t awr Nag laM .Sertiaa .'.!!..!< left f;*r- c
... .... I. fiak- wtf .. ...... _J There is
I .roretror., 'Sih-ft' Tbtabds Aaaceix thethe 21 ey bYe 5tta tLt:.t Ca.iii : not a dock bet that does not registera

GeIr leas titled that r+asg. Ta" 4:2.AT.. 1f:a L..re, L: :':rcy I million I
.\ aaj_ t. Atsa bisrd. reatmbrr It, *& if yw.'ft fifjr! ft II et Lake Pro-.e_: e. LL "I III human desires. .
ktra. IarNaetd vt a .btd.tia. to jot ass ::a h*._ ta'tc. oaf I I
torr.fr a prrUj Yet b r
aeaap > a botrbet 8 tart a I
M l a v hear eke iioa r+wriaj. sd tfft Made -,. and tr"i! =.2 i.d srglt 1Z Ba"i* I I <::kd-:.? iii ; The newspaper is the closest thing in the world I

shat te.sary.taaj. .Tree l..jhaj yeoayeriq' ease leers __ 9tr' -J inJaoT1"oarul I
aatDm aid : to the '
T people's
E It
and: bafcooo J R M the MOL ftby wow. .. fill a* .th ... Dub a.Df Ia:. ;: Jrxa awd ray !ep kart C1 wa&ts. is an eiptesfion of theeretpre
c..w bs arrasjed sisal '. ,II I eos, :ixt +n:3c: I I J
m1C' .hU.T wile tey.ratrd Ifis l3 !ing'deire: for
D ftefii.g bears sad fiat,::rz ; Iita'ed b bed tars: G:! t+r.S news.
d E.esy voaid: tie Lire elaarncird akdnrt rvjaltaa cea7Uj. a I tp:: >*** *2 tnv .f :redcae
.1 it. ..fxrali7 1M ;,..a-t yo.r: Ion It Oi ae C The adrerteer
.:IO'A. the
.1I.1 B naaQr I tried, E uses newspaper reaches
I '
" n people with his
-- me&age at right

L_: The Las Spill is the Hardest = Somewhere with moment
Ii I 1 CARDUJ Ca thing. newspaper advertising some person registers wanticg every some second .

t I I ,, : Tt! WO ;U'S Tscfc a of the day. I i

\ :" 7t V CJ Oclt it Cil El* rM It; brings buyer and seller together because it ;
frees I
i a tae resT trrt. ATtrr I
Led tetra II brings the right I
a t.otI message at the right time. i
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;1 i i't 1 Ur a.d: be-ttrr. Tt.* jo-ri ia II no advertising medium so close to theI
4 C7 Ifp &:J4 a dct people the *
l : a Itar 1 a d I t>:pa ta .aap.r-.8' II as newspaper.
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: axa>?* tnl".w t*> C THE

7 '3. tao to ae Ffy .... BRADfORD tOt.1r TELEGWPH
W::' BC< T::n t: a bwz trU/J II

,-- Willing. D naCHHJ : a IS A GOOD NEWSPAPERr

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JMIIIII.! !>._'_ ""' I ; futures is 'low coat of upeep'. ThE I i'I Cynical Ota -

,::1{ etnlllt ''weekly expense of an automobile witin 1 I I

News of Florida 'Short Paragraphs 1i: !I.> more important to the man whom; Biggs-" "Where to and v ,: the

........imrmrnt-.-...-. ...-.. .- .-'......"..rii ..J. '- ,iconic 1 id 9100 a month than will bo! hurry?
: !,. d bi itatrgs: "11<1 life ,
I \ j: pay my rmiKim-a
t the cost price. The ono he has saved I
Live State News premium and if I don't hurry ml'wlf"8
\ by the
I easy stages other must betaken ''
next husband may bo -,/cn1 -
out of his
I.1. earnings Gasolinebills
.____-_._.r7.._-..... ,; 1:nlless."
AiiwSay ,, repair bills tire bills must be r e a. "

Told by Our Exchanges. low. They should bo as low as the Three IMa'taTry

_.. oxpense bills for horse and carriage. a
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!I1ft/1IlftlI'aKIIh ;; aauwa+ This low
can result only to show-off Kids-Radio-

Judge M. E. Morey, of Pensacola, against the granting of an injunctioto Bayer Aspirin" from light weight Automobiles.

Qualified: to enter the race subject >> asked by the Atlantic Coast Line hn "So the car of the future will be ee. .

deleaateatlargem the Florida East Coast railways t light as wall as low-priced. This
JJune primary as I INSIST r Unless you see the"Bajvr Blond Eeii Opines CI
,.ti Florida to the Democratic national prevent to the construction of means the substitution! \ of.quality
Cross" on tablets Everybody in our home drifts
convention. proposed new cross-state railroad. even to the use of materials not ;yet
c are' rot getting the genuine discovered." tho automobile-bat the. garage

.-' Expenditure of $200,000 for new I E. L. Robinson, principal of IHllsborough Daw; .:! v ;piiin proved safe by It is notable also, In connection man has it moat. .e.Second of.the time

a c5ools and improvements in LakecSunty high School, was I : mifliiv"! and prescribed. Uy physicians with the foregoing prophecy by Mr. Sight f fI

: is embodied in a construction I president :for the ensuing year s : fur ;H year: Ford, that during last year' 2,000D.r!)

program made public by D. II. Moore,, I the closing session of tho annual conf I Ford cars and trucks wore produced', I Biggs: "Yes, sir, I was about to :'

superintendent of public instruction, ereiicc of Florida High I C +; Accept only a fulfilling the statement made in 11)10 :marry a rich girl when I found\ out ::1

j Principals. L. G. I I \ Va, Bayer package: !! that the light low-priced car would that she spent more than $10,000 a

two large cattle companies hav of Leon High was named vice-presi \ enjoy tho greatest popularity. year'on her dressmaker.

from the Florida Farms and I I dent, and Mis Mary Sheppard which ,'detains proven directionsIT JigKs: "Then what did you &*?"

Industries Company large tracts of t principal of Ocala I Iliffh secretary. i I i and It- "lliiyi' A :... I"'! li-, of :.i4 llllrl. Kill .
land in Clay county and will utilize i ;, I -DrUtlRUtsllr vr .
,,, "c
them catle raising and cattle fattening \,-.. "i< I Hi, ,tm, !, murk or Iln.vor Mumr t Tho Truth, ItigOkhl r
I' The first man sentenced to die I r urn '" MI 11,11 ik'iuMoUr of nlleyllcald.. -J I

and dipping purposes. an electric chair in the state 'o -- Miss Teeter: "What Is the difference -

tJ. ,Florida was before the circuit cour between n haunted house and

'?Charles E. Young of St. Augustine,'jof/ Puval county and sentenced ; HENRY FORD ANn TUB FORD YIP -THE!. TIME TOt ft mnn who tries to kiss you?"
w'll elected president of the Florida'
Judge Daniel A. Simmons. The >0 A TMIN6 1C ) Miss Tatter: "I !give up."
Hotel Men's Association for the en.Us l How clearly Henry Ford saw the
Frank Johnson
negro, Miss Teecr: "Why can't let
WHAM IT !HUUOCharged \ you
suing year at the close of the ninth, ,lof the murder of A. B. Terrell, future of the automobile and how A haunted house."

annual session of the organizationwhich J ,locomotive engineer in ) well he prophesied 1 it, is shown in an I C) DvN@ I .

has been meeting in West on the night of December 20. I article written by him in February ;' -----' Safe ]Either War

Palm Beach for three days. lt)10) and published in a Detroit '\ /'" t1" fJ'"

t" I Identificatlon'--; circularQlof :' newspaper. ,';/J (: ) I He: "It wouldn't be much trouble

I Narcotics valued at more I two of tho three robbers police who I I In 1 191111! <>! as the artlolo states 2- M III for us to marry because, my fatherIs
'' yr: i minister, know."
$1,000 were seized by 'C a you
week held the office force of thllav 000,000 horse-drawn vehicles were
detectives in a hotel following the ar 'i up Cigar Company an '' sold as against 80,000 automobiles LI She: "Oh well, let's have a try at

':rest a few hours before of two men,, -a-Tampa 1 How he I a' ik. My father IH a lawyer you know.YUIioV. ."
escaped with more than $21,000 by prophesied reversal came appears .ald I .
who were grilled about the Tampa' I of the tw 1 in figures for last year which ) ,I
employees company as
'Cigar Company payroll robbery recently | II d \ Viewpoint ,
men wunttnl in Brazil, Ind., for I show lh. 'mile of approximately 4-

', of more than 21000. I I robbery, was reported "by the Tampadetective 000,000 motor cars during, 1923: a* rff. Willie finds\ (It much easier learning/

\ employed to inI compared with 100,000 horse-drawn ; figures than: letters.
v i agency t\-
Announcement was made of tentative I' vehicles. "What Is thin" the
I veatitrate the crime. asked teacher,
plans of the Tavares post of the { The article follows: painting to the letter n.

American Legion for the erection ofa ; |l Transfer of holdings in I'' "The automobile of tho pant attained "That," replied Willie proudly, "h
suitable memorial to the men of '
i Florida of the Consolidated sticci-HS in spite of its price to"Kxpcrlcnre: just 13: Jammed together.
Ln| Stores Company, the largest turpentine I I because thi-ru wore more than enough
all wars and the dedication of the Sho took my auto rides sad gas Aged Terribly
and rosin factor's organization [ purchasers to be found to take limited
Memorial on Arimstice day. er ) She took talk so mellow.
Florida by the Lurton Company, o ,output of the then new industry. I! my Doss: "Aren't you the boy who
:[She took my heart this ,self-same lass
iPen.sacola was announced The Proportionately few could buy, hut wan hero week
a looking for
ago *
The trial of J. T. McCarthy who And then she tank another fellow.Nothing .
| [ Involved more than $3.0,1)00. those few could keep all the manufacturers position ?"
was charged by the Alachua grand .ee.
Jury with serious malfeasances in I I Lurton company was only buoy, and, prices therefore Rind I IVrnonnl Boy: "Yes sir

!, organized taking over the no bearing on Mn10s.I Boss: "I thought so. And, didn't I
connection with the Florida Dank and I
Trust Company, came off at Palatka : of the Lurton-Hardaker Company .ae I "The automobile- of tho present is I First Yegg! : "Did you file your income toll you that you were too young and

i naval stores factors and wholesale | making Rood because the price has! taxT"Second thnt I wanted an older boy?"
last wek, and the jury failed to con- I
merchants. reduced just enough to odd sufficient Yegg: ".'i1e U7-say/-1TNT'ed' Itoy: "Yes, sir; that's. why I am
vict Mr. McCarthy on the charges I
new purchasers' to take care it." hire again.I I'm older now." '
alleged. I I e 0 . ,
Fire of unknown origin in ( the increased output. Supply and

Everglades virtually destroyed not cost, has regulated\ the I Short Story Purd/s PhiloH t
Aubrey Lee Nickels who was/ saved
saw mills, machine shops and selling price of automobiles'. Tho
from the electric chair last fall by a I Alligator and one darky/ boy. Al Soon now the boyn will b.clIl..h1nl .
''employees' quarters of the Drake of today/ Is better by far than tha'
supreme court ruling granting him a ligator. / nine-inch fish which i
I Lumber Company mills Saturday and' j i iI '' of a few the natural i
new trial after the state) pardon years ago- The End. will to nix feet bj next FalL I
Gaston of Miami I I! result of i
I Sunday. Drake experience The price i III II
board had failed to commute his I
i head of the lumber company could just enough lower to add suf
sentence on a charge of criminal _s-
|not make, an estimate of the damage : / ot possiblo purchasers to buy the
cult will again on trial in circuit\
go I
,which is partially covered by insurance output.
court in DeLand next Tuesday. I
| but the fire swept the whole] i "The automobile of the future must

(tract of forty acres and left it a j":1 enough better than the present
The Florida State Museum locatedat
charred ruin. to beget' confidence In the of
the University of Florida, U now in W1.at\
means and enough lower In
possession of the largest alligator in I :,
the Indian Beach to
Fire destroyed insure sales for the enormous-
the world it is claimed. The 'gator I
Hotel at Indian Bocks, six miles south increased output. l
was killed in Lake Warburg In '
of Clearwater. The hotel was unoc- !' "The car of the future must be 'tha
Alachua county by a native and
mounted by a "tin can" tourist. It I cupied with the exception of the care- I: for the people the car that any is felje

taker, as it was being remodeled for can own, who can afford a homo
is twelve feet and eleven inches long. '
'the summer season. The Are it is carriage; and mark my words, the

believed, originated from defective car is coming sooner than most
Ralph Senterftt was shot
: wiring. The hotel and adjoiningproperty expect.
probably fatally wounded when two
had been recently purchased "In the low-priced car dwells suc .
masked 'men shot him as he enteredhis 0
''I by T. P. White, of Atlanta Ga. The of the automobile. Comparative-
home. Senterfit and his wife re-
loss, which was partly covered by few persons can afford even a
turning home entered the \living room You the most
can get
,. insurance was estimated at $50,000.; car. A ]limited number of
land the men opened fire on him as he !
value out of wheat
I .. can easily supply all the
turned on the lights one of which hit I I '
I Florida's school system showed for hlirh-prlred cars, but the by bakings that
him in the stomach. He is not expected mate
steady growth during the ten-year for a low-priced car is un are from good
to \live.Captain .
I!period from 1910! to 1020, acording >o t, rLll td. Moro than 2,000,000 horse plain flour. A depend

information complied by W. S. Caw-j' vehicles were sold by
T. R. Hodges, state shell able baking powder must
i thon, state superintendent of public factories In 1009.) When
fish commissioner was hurt in an I be employed or you do
instruction, based on figures taken substitute a motor-driven vehicle
automobile accident Wednesday, morn- I from the report of the educational each' of these two million wafform not get the full nutritious
ing on highway near Cedar Key but
finance inquiry committee of the National carriages you get an Idea of tha value of the wheatnorwill
not seriously. lie arrived in port
Education Association. The of the future. yyourbakingsbeaspal
from Tampa and St. Petersburg and
inquiry has been in progress for more "The low-priced car will not bo a atable and easily digested.
was on his way to pay a visit to the
than a year, and has just been received an automobile by/ courtesy,

.the county accident seat on occured.official business. when' by the state school authorities. I I| machine built\ for a price. ]U Is The same results cannot be

-- I to sell]) to a man who can had if you use Self Rising

Two members of the crew of the i afford a tow-prlc-ed car than to
Flours which
Fensacola Kiwanians have arranged I are improperly
American steamer Conness Peak are man whose money comes more
for the free child's clinic for the I Not packed in porous sacks or
confined in separate cabins i n irons only must the successful

under-privileged child, to be ,conducted -tat 1 Tampa, while the vessel is loading* of the future be low-prirewl' but bags, thus allowing absorption

two days a week, or on Tuesdaysand ', cargo for Galveston, Texas. The men must present at least equal value of moisture from the air.

Fridays, from 8 to I 0 o'clock each will be given a hearing in the Texas j the present cars."The !. Food authorities and physi
day and doctors, who hold memberships -
port. Donald Cameron former chief I low-priced car should actual. clans agree that bakings that
in the Kiwanis club will give
officer of the American steamer ] Is better than the
car at a higher .
their services free to the proper conduct | do not raise properly bad for
Saucon is also abroad, enroute for for more Is expected of it. The
of the said clinic. health. Such foods hard to
Galveston to face charges of shootingto j who can afford the high priced

death Wireless Operator Hawkins can afford a man to keep It In digest and in time cause stomach

At a meeting of several hundred abroad the Saucon several months while the man who has to buy trouble. .
citizens at Winter Haven recently a .
ago. low-priced car, If any, has to look
resolution was adopted protesting to \ It himself whether or not h. Mothers who are interested in

the Interstate Commerce Commission Sheriff Walker, assisted by beputy I any mechanical ability. LIke the proper growth and health of

Sheriff Faircloth raided the largest < Ise, when he buys, he buys for busi their children (and all mothersare

still outfit caught in Levy county for :(|I use and pleasure, too. That con- ) should never use anything

years. The outfit officers said prevails today. The low-pric I but a good brand of plain flour

LET THIS TONIC belonged to Oss McGowin and was of'I! car must be better built than thaI and a time-tested leavener such

100 gallons capacity. Twentysevenbarrels I product" ; because It re- as Calumet-the
REBUILD YOU of mash two barrels of Chero harder \use. The successful Powder. economy

work Cola syrup 850; pounds of sugar and car ear of today Is success .
Expvrimanta and r rch:
.......th..nearly.varythtov c.n la five gallons of warm moonshine were because It stands harder usage I Calumet has than
aoflM mannar b. Improved. How more the ordi
.Tar,tint.... vlfon i* ....,.-rJ' In ,;'seiied. The run had just been made. Is accorded a $3,000 creation.
._OM....rJ'c..a .If raal new .ra [A plea of guilty was entered by the "Equally Important with low cost nary leavening'strength. It raises

to b..ccompa.h.d.R.e.ne ......Imeate. and ."boD- defendant. The sentence was $350 a qualification of the car of theIIOW'SI.TIIIS every baking to its height of nutritious -

41 atory ant dlacovanaa bl..lO mada cuarantaa In our graatlrIncraaaad labor fine and one month. I i value. It is pure and depend

raault/ In combatting. Ma* i I ---- I II I able-do not look for a substitute-
Gb Ills and ,...,. Cold and j ?
r. ; |I The supreme cour has affirmed the there is none.
GSK YOUR DRUGGIST order of the circuit court of Pinellas what w.CATARRH claim for It-rid MKDICINB your ayitam win r

FOR 101 TONIC county in restricting the city of St. Catarrh'. or .....,a... cauftad by Use Calumet and be positive of wholesome

Petersburg from selling to private I : LA8 CATARRH MEDICINE: eon- nutritious and economical foods.
of an Otnt/nnt which
T* IMPROVED bale for Mala.Ha. within uulckly
parties or corporations or
ChUla.... ,...,. (;old. and LaCrWa. .""., the catarrhal Inflammation and''
Jt.. "s... and Saoaibla.. without the city electrical current Internal Madlclna. a Tonic, which PACKED IN TIN

PRICE 'i'generated by' it. municipal plant. The | I I I .. through.. thus the a..M nand."... on In.to th* Muooua,. nor I I< -KEEPS STRENGTH IN
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: was an interesting affair, and reflected Wells)] Tatum reguests the honor ,of "olee-IrIsH 'Folk] Song-Mrs. A. of Norwalk, Conn., the former a
- great credit on both: teacher your presence at the marriage of Z. Adkins. grandson of :Mr. F. F. Clark, who
a.l .- and pupils. A number of patrons her daughter, Katherlno Lucile, to I I Duet-Annie Laurie-Mies Hilda have been here on a visit to Mr.
: fiel |i I and visitors enjoyed the instrumentaland Rawson Jackson Davis on Wednesday .Struth and Mrs. Adkins. \ Clark, have been upending this weekat
t.t\ > vocal music given by the class, I afternoon, :April 23d, nineteen hundred | An amusing feature of the evening Starke visiting Mr. Robert F.
': many of whom were children from and twenty-four, at five-thirty I[was a pnntomine entitled, "Wife Clark, who Is superintendent of the
1 :six to nine years of age. 'o'clock' Church of the Good Shepherd, i Wanted", Mr. S. E. Ritch playing' municipal light plant in the Bradford!
----;-- : Those taking ftart in the recital :Jacksonville, Florida. |the role of bachelor in quest of .a 'county capital.-Green Cove Springs.Times. .

----vJIII .'" 29 unci 109 (were: Children of the first grade who ( wife .
-- ---- --' sang several choruses; Thelma An- SOCIAL MEETING OK OFFICERSAND The hostess, assisted by Mrs II. M.
BRIDAL---SHOWER Kitch, N. T, Ritch, II. M. Snydcr and ('drcu, Vivian Kite, Bunny Canova, I TEACHERS OF'1\1ETIIO- I Snyder, Miss Kate Struth and Mrs. BENNETT'S IIAT FACTORY
J Foil MISS LUCILE TATUM JO.i M.\ Sistrunk. 'I'I Lois and Hazel Adkins, Louise Hayes, DIST SUNDAY SCHOOL 'i 4 G. C. Sweat, served/ sandwiches, cocoa Jacksonville, Fla.
law met 'Sara Hope Haynes, Alice Fernandez, I 'land whipped cream. '
I The clasa/ In parliamentary t If you want your hat cleaned and
A pretty event of Thursday" 'rat two-thirty, the subject for ther Mary Cano/a, Gussie Mae Bennett, i i On Friday evening at the residence About twenty Sunday school work. blocked when you want it and how
noon was the miscellaneous showe '!afternoon being "motions". Mrs. Elise Jones, Elizabeth Kendrick, ,I of Ool. and Mrs. D. E. Knight, the : era and a number of friends. enjoyedthis you want it send it to the Factory
lIven by Mrs. 0. !I. Siitrunk an,J II. II. Young, leader of clues I{Eunice Perkins, Blanche Alderman, ,officers, teachers and Bible class of pleasant occasion. 123 Broad Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
Mrs. C. A. Futch In honor of Mis a I j Mrs. Nf! D. Wainwright presided Mildred Gill, Fanny Darby, Nellie the Methodist Sunday school held an r 3214t.
Imcilo Tatum, of Jacksonville, whos,e "Mover' the business session and Mrs I Stearns, Isabel Fernandez: and Rosa | interesting meeting, the committeeIn Mrs. A. E. Morris, of Henderson- .
'marriage/ to Mr. Rawaon Jacksoi n 1 IG. M. Inman acted as treasurer Leviton. charge having arranged a delightful ville, N. C., who has spent*the winter
Davis, of Starke, will be an event o f pro tern. I This afternoon (Friday) at four program. I with her daughter. Mrs. T. P. Wall, Complete Arragnements
the 23tfd inst. Mrs. J. C. Robinson, chairman of o'clock, at the high school auditorium,r' "An evening with the poets"' In. left Friday for Dunn, N. C., where "Crimson Gulch hasn't parking
The (large/ room of Fhis atractivi it, (press committee and Mrs. F. I>. I Mrs. AVall's pupils will give a second eluded a number of choice readings' she will visit relatives before) returning space enough to ncomoilate the auto- I
home (were charmingly cloeoratc I ,, Turner, chairman of membershipt recital. A cordial Invitation extended after which the. following)] musical to her home in Hendersonville. mobiles that come to town. I
committee in of thee to all. Mrs. Morris was accompanied as far "No, Sir" answered Cactus Joe.
with pink and white roses and swee I were charge program wan enjoyed:
+ peas, making a pretty Betting for thi' meeting. II. II. Young made an excellent Voice-Loch Lomond-Miss Hilda as Jacksonville by her daughter, Mrs. "Thit here is a growing communitywith
many beautifully gowned guests whi,, talk on the subject of "Ouri WEDDING INVITATION Struth,* with Mrs. 'F. II. Long, oc- Wall, who was the guest of Mrs. expenses, to meet. If we can't
attended this happy affair. Eacf Home Paper", touching on the 1----1 compunist.", Clyde Alvarez for the weekend.Mr. ketch a flivver for speed in' we get it
guest was invited to register in the I I publicity of the Woman's Club I I Duet-Sweet and Low-Mrs. D. E. i, j fur standing till." WashingtonStar.
brlde'a book. through the press. Col. I). E. lowing wedding Invitation: Mrs Ida : Knight and son, Paul Ernest Knight. Earl Clark and Alton Saunders,I .

The following lovely musical)| I Knight talked interestingly on the / =. I ., .--- ------- --
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program was enjoyed by the guests! ::: ,work of the membership committee. : -
Instrumental ,Solo-Nevin's Love i I Mrs. W. J. Fripp, of Kissimmee, who I .
Song-Mlns Cassie White I Is", a visitor In Starke, made a bright I,: rj] '
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: (, Voice-Because I Love You (Eleanor Viand helpful talk on general club I j..
1// Davis)-Miss IIilda Struth with work. I
Davis)-Miss Hilda Struth with I During the social half hour Mrs.
J When ship Strawberries Vegetables our :
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins accompanist. i Florence Powell gave as a voice you or get '
number, "Robin, Sing a Merry Tune"
-(a) Thy Beaming Eyes I
(McDowell). and Mlsa Hilda Strath sang "To the Market Reliable Quotations Prompt Returns "
(b) Tho Top of the Morning (Mana I I Sun" (Curran) and "April Tide" I ,. ,:'y.
Zccca)-Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mrs. A. Z. I, (Cox). .
Adkins, piano accompanist. | The hostesses served pineapple
As Miss Ethel Griffin played sherbet and home-made cakes. BERRY & BRANDT

> ', Mendelssohn's wedding march, little I
Lillian Sternberg walked into the(i EASTER EGO HUNT PHILADELPHIA, PA. .
room drawing a car, gaily decorated
l'J I You remember Frank Berry. -
with pink and white crepe paper, e
r. 1 filled with gifts for the bride, and 1 There will be an Easter egg hunt ,
1v presented them with the following tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon at P. S. COLLINS & CO. W. JH. HARRISONNew I
verse: I o'clock, on the lawn in theI I

"Our dear Lucile, we all do feel, I Methodist church yard. A quantityof York City, N. Y. ,.s u ;.v Washington, D. C. j
t An April bride should have a colored eggs, caffQy eggs and .A <, .
shower. biddies, etc. will be hidden for the Wire or get Reliable Market Information'' from, h"I., ", '
;' These little gifts will show our love, hunt. Games played to the strains I
P I I 1 rAnd help to fill\ a cozy bower.! of victrola music will be for the R. B. ALVAREZ, Starke, Florida .
,,'. The popularity of the young couple children's amusement; among the I I
who are soon to plight their troth games are: Lay MaryTen Little ,
I was attested by the lovely collection Indians, The Farmer in the Dell, and I I 0 I
o I of linen, silver, cut glass and other other games that will please] the. I..iI
t It articles suitable for their new home. children. -
..( I I The hostess served a beautifully | All children of the town will be m
;. appointed ice course of white cake .I.welcomed. Admission ten cents.
and brick ice cream centered by pink | Proceeds will be given to the Missionary -
I hearts, and the favors were tiny pink i Society of the Methodist
I .parasol. Minn Vlvirette Floyd served church. Mrs. E. R, Neff, chairman.
:". punch throughout the afternoon. I committee. Ole O'rlal
The invited guests were: Mesdames .
til'' T. N. Limbaugh, A. E. Wall, W. L. MEETING OF LADIES' AID ,

Wall, W. J. Epperson, II. L. Brown- '
lee, J. W. Morgan, DeWitt C. Jones, I The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian '. ) Sr
O. L. Haynes, N. Sternberg, Emma: 'church met Monday evening at the 4, .
'Utlchard, A. Z. Adkins, E. M. Johns, home of Mrs. E. M. Davis Election f. 0 '
T, J, Griffin, E. M. Davis, W. E. I of officers resulted as follows: President I- .
''Davis, Catherine Davis, W. E. Mid- Mrs. T. J. Hedges; Vlco-presl.
dleton, J. F. Klckliter, John Uglow, ;dent, Mrs. E. M. Davis; Secretary,
1 N. B. Hull, D. E. Knight, Charley J. Miss Mable Weller: Treasurer, Mrs..
f, l' Powell, F. F. Stump, F. L. Turner, R. S. Fernandez.
o 4; I J. M. Mitchell\ H. M. Snyder, Joe 'I I .
Edwards, S. L. Peek, E. S. Matthews, HONORING
f J. }I. Ritch, N. T. Ritch, C. F. Hoover, ,I MISS PERLA WIIITTEN
J. C. Hoover, A. S. Crews, E. II. I I '
Smith, Florence Powell, N. D. Wain. :'j !Mrs J.In.. Tidwell entertained
wright; E. E. Canova, F. A. Scott,'delightfully i in her homo Saturday
E. K. Perryrnan, J. W. Andrews, Jr., I I|I evening, honoring her sister, !Miss
's' ', J. T. Quigley, A. M. Darby, S. S. I Ir Perla Whitten, of Raiford. Roses
Dowling, J. C. Robinson, O. !I were used profusely in decorating.'
r:. i Beasley, J. R. Garris, L A. Davis L.I, 'I'Tally cards done in an attractive
Nellie Hughes, J. L. Peek, A. i design were used to.J mark places
Anderson, G. C. Sweat, J. F. W'I, I Progrcsive rook was t lie game played.A .
; 0 Misses Jeannette Matthews,Olive and ,': delightful salad course was served. THURSDAY FRIDAY, and SATURDAY April 1711] 18th and Mil
i.: I Amelia Ray, Hilda Struth, Cassle'' Several__ of the. younger set enjoyed' ,
: S White, Margaret Long, Vivirette, 'IJ i I..n.. Tidwell II hoapatallty, and whale .
, Floyd, Nellie Stearns, Inea Moitt, .here Miss Whitten made several '
J : \ -'" Jessie Thomas, Eriel" Griffin, Aileen I.: friends who regret she could not be Liggett's Assorted Choc >lates 2 Ibs for $1.01 -
fO', :Alvarez, Audrey Johns Carrie Uglow I with them longer. She was called to ;

I and Louise Fernandei. I(chosen St. Augustine an attendant where to she Miss has Edith been Bouquet Ramee Face Powder, 2 boxes for $1.01 ,

C. of C. MEETING I Power, Queen of the Ponce De Leon \ Cascade Linen Writing Paper 2 Ibs for 51 cents
I I celebration of that city.-Hawthorne .' _'

, Tho Ruby Davis Chapter, Children I'News 'Item in Gainesville. News. 'V Jonteel Vanishing Cream, 2 jars f for '51 cents i. 0 "
,ka of the Confederacy, met Saturday .
afternoon at the home of r Mr. and W. C. T. U. i."' L ggct 's Opeko Tea, 2 boxes for 61 cents _
5 Mrs. J. H. Ritch, the hostess being ,I''MOTHERS' MEETING ; "

bliss Harriet Ritch. j : ;; .!r.: .. Liggett's Opeko Coffee, 2 Ibs for 56 cents > -* .
The president Miss Else Jones, Tuesday afternoon at the club : ..

I presided over the business meeting, house the W. C. T. U. held an interesting :,. Georgia Rose Talcum Powder, 2 boxes for 26 cents ..,v, .
\ after which musical selections were meeting under the direction

1 I given by Sara Hope Haynes, Hazel of Mrs. E. M.. Johns, chairman of '.*'- :. Klenzo Topth Paste, 2 tubes for 26 cents ;' .
child welfare.The
and Adkins. 0 ,0 .
i Miss Lucil Mitchell was! appointedto I( business session was presided i.rJl: ;' :* *',. Goodform Double Mesh! Hair Nets, 2 for 16 cents '"' 5- -
arrange a program for the next tover by the president, Mrs. A. Wood, o ... f i
meeting, which will be held at the ,, and' when the secretary Mrs. J. W. Rexall Shaving Cream, 2 tubes f for 36 cents '
home of the assistant dll'fftorIr.! .. '''White, called the roll the members ,
I I O. L. Beasley. answered with "time savers" for \. "' Symonds Inn Cocoa, 2 cans for 26 cents ,
I The hostess served delicious homemade mothers. There was also a question 4 .

"',.' II[' t FOOD cookies SALE and fruit punch. "Keeping box Mrs.and F.a II.,the"round Long.' ''Child's table read dissuasion.a'selection Confidence; on!" This is Only ; a Few, of the Many, Bargains) Oi1ere.dat. this One-cent Sale

fI f SATURDAY AFTERNOONThe Mrs. R. F. Clark read from Kdga; 'J "- I. .

I 'J} Guest the selection, "Prop and. a S' First Come 'First 'Served. 'Be On Time'I i
W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., Child," which was followed by Mrs ,
I will give a food sale tomorrow A. Z. Adkin singing/ "Sweet honey -
'\ ; 1. (Saturday) afternoon at three o'clock, I{ Love". Does He Like It? was the !
\ at Hull's store. Delicious home-made I i title of a reading by Mrs. C. A. MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
. i 'f, rakes, pies and candy will be on sale. Futch, and the program was closed :
> Buy something good for your Sun- I by Mrs. W. J. Fripp of Kissimmee, o
day dinner Mrs. L.G Powell, Mw. giving a*'del htdtalkon what "" ... c \l1.L' v/ti
P. E. Canova and'Mrs": S, ''L. Peek, Mothers' (ads+'of'hgr town/ had donealonghe If
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corapilte in charge. Jjnes of child welfare. : T.ne : .
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period light re- "" 'o\41 -' '- I. '
MEETING *shments of fruit punch and wafer I r" "', .
OF THE WOMAN'S CLUB were served. f' .* "
,i '- One-Cent Sale. Merchandise STRICTLY CASH. NOTHING CHARGED _
The regular monthly meeting of the MRS. WALL"SPUPILS
Woman's Club was held Wednesday GIVE RECITALS
1 afternoon at the club house, hostesses .
for. the afternoon being Mesdames I The recital given by Mrs. Wall's
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.. Monday attending tmsinesa. :'11'1J.. E. Corpening lull Saturday' .' ,...

Bits of LocalInformation Sun hats- :for the whole family aStump's morning. ''f QJ I I ,: ,{!

store. New spring dross goods arriving \h',., .\, .. ., ,.
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sorry day at Stump's store. jsK-ar's- .. ... .:-j
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Mrs. Florence Powell Tuesday
spent ',- r-I: ,,.=, .
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I in Jacksonville with friends. bits.\ J. J. Bull"land daughter, I I1I1sl' ,. .\. I..' "; :". :...:.. 'r< >..'." ...'.;-.-.. ..:.-. ; :'k '.' .... I '
e oncerning Our People Business \ .. ''''
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o 0 0 Isabel, spent Sunday in Jack- j : "J.e} .. .." '}" <..:.. .r,
o Progress in the County and Town. Mrs. E. H. Smith was a visitor t o onville.. I .1' .- :./ ". .. "'" :
Jacksonville the first of the week. ___________ II I I I 'I I r- I "',,1 ,.J 'I'' ..,
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Ladies' work shoes at Stump's.Mr. .Ladies' work shoes at Stump's.J. visiting her mother, Mrs. Cochran. spent the week-end with brae I' :M.i! f 'J3 II It 'of ry ;.
.. Barefoot. i n \
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cod Mrs. James Godwin spe J. L. Peek spent Tuesday: in Jack. Col. A. Z. Adkins has been inBrormoa 1
Sunday In Lawtey with relatives.Mr. sonville. this week attending clrcui tt A. D. Surrency, of Brooker, was a
is honor
ti 00- T quite an to be In the "receiving
court. guest !Monday of Mr. and Mrs. P. M.I j '
Barefoot. .' line" at a prominent social function-but ,,' .
and Mrs. L. H. Parrldge spent Mrs. G. M. Inman spent Tuesday in
Tuesday in Jacksonville. Jacksonville. Miss Clara Mae Durden, of Tamp' rb L HOW MUCH GREATER THE HONOR, a i
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. O. L lions wanted, Klclvlitcr'a store. i t I to be in the "receiving line" at the Dank window .', I

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson (pent Mrs. N. Sternberg spent yesterdayin Densle)'. \Mrs. M. E. Everman is visiting- her i I \ awaiting your turn to give tho "receiving" teller .i l.l.I
Tuesday Jacksonville. Jacksonville. .
Miss Lucile Tatum, of Jacksonville granddaughter, \Mrs. It. E. Ray, in your PASS DOCK. <;

Mrs. J. H. Moore, of Lawtey, wa: Mrs. Frank Hoover has as guest! is the guest of Miss Vlviretto Floyt Lake City. I r No empty social honor-Oh! not-but! an "I''

here shopping lust Wednesday.Sun this Hawthorne.week Mrs. Stewart and baby, of and Miss Ethel Griffin. E. S. Gainey, of Tlant City, spent I \' "honor" that ESTABLISHES YOUR CREDIT In 'rl r I

hats for the whole'family at _____________ Special prices on kninit and nek Hominy hare with his mother, Mrs.[ the eyes of the community, and puts you ori a financial ; I
Stump's store. Miss Vivirette Floyd has returned d phosphate to mike! room. Hull's M. Cniney.Mis. I footing to keep pace with opportunities; constantljr l i !' I

home after visiting Mrs. John Hitch, Store. : on the highway to better things. .1
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. McMillan are in I in Valdosta, Ca. -- Anna McMillan\ ; of Jackson-I l I' .
Carr of ville, was the weekend! ", heartily .' l In the "receiv
0; Tampa this week on a business trip Colley, tho University of .\ << (.
Friends of Mrs. T. P. Wall are glad Florida, spent the week-end with his I parents, !Mr. 'hn mother \Mrs. W. gren. I II .1 i
A. Blanchard, of Lawtey was n I to havo her again behind the counter A. Colley.F. .,, ; ? today
business visitor here Wednesday.Mrs. at Crowder's store. <-
"- C. Wright and family, from I Judire A. V. Lout, of Palatka, waxn I .

Anna G. Murrhee is in Valrico Strawberry.. crates and cups of the Madison, have moved to Starke ant I! { town Tuesday and was the truest ;. W
visiting her son, T. E. Murrhee.W. will make their home here. of his mother-in-law, Mrs. S.
very grade. Hull's Store. 'Brownlee. : THE BANK OF STARKE

E. Davis attended to business I Mrs. J. E. Maines, of Lake Butler, Messrs. A. Z. Adkins, E. M.Johns .\ I The Bank of Helpful Service .j.
matters in and \Mr. and Mrs. L. !H. Partridge
Highland Monday. spent several days this week with Floyd Green motored( to Palatka Starke Florida
. motored to Lake City and tho .
recently on a business trip. spent '
Mrs. D. E. Knight. ,.
\ Mr. and weekend with their daughter Mrs.
Mrs. Wm. Bryan and son, .
of Lawtey, spent Sunday in Starke Miss\ Bertha Moore, of Jaksonvllle, Jay Alderman, of Waldo, spent II. Jo:. Ray. \
... with relatives and friends.J. spent Sunday with her parents, ]Mv. Sunday at the home of his parents, \
and Mrs. L. V. Moore. Mr. and \Mra. G. W. Alderman. Mrs. T. C Morris and children re- '. .... .. t.4 .,.,.....r. '''.. ."., ",,,' ..... ", .-- ........, .. .. '" .. .\I.
A. Howe, of Lawtey, was attend turned Sunday after spending a weekIn .
ing to business matters here Monday. This afternon (Friday) at four Mrs. C. S. Hutt returned Saturday Jacksonville with her mother, Mrs. !" .
M. A. Stokes. .
from Orangeburg, S. C., where she
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o'clock, Mrs. Wall's music class will 1 -- -J::
James Shepard spent the weekendin give a recital in the auditorium.S. visited her father who has been quite ;
Starke with his family. 111. Mrs. L. E. Dowlintf and
.1 E. Ritch left Wednesday for i frs. May Jones, of Eau daughter'l I

New spring dress goods arriving Virginia to join the Demorest Stock ..Mr. W. J. Frierson, who has been Sunday and are the guests of Mrs.
every day at Stump's store. Company.. visiting he. brother, Col. A. S. Crews, W. E. Middleton. "
and'"other) relatives, will leave today ,
Col. Joe Hill Williams, of Lake Car extra fine hay just unloaded. for 'f er home in Fort Worth, Texas. A beautiful line of Tub Silks,
Butler, attended to professional business Prices very low. Hull's Store. French voiles and Silk Crepes just zgp
in Starke Monday. I Dr. A. E Dunham will show received, in the new spring shades,

\Mrs. Stanley C. Carnell], of Ormond,i pictures of the crucifixion at the hoppe Elite.
L. H. Hill\ of Lawtey, was in Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and oman's' Club auditorium next Fri
Starke Monday on business. Mrs. F. A. Scott. day evening, the 18th inat.Mr. Mrs. L. W. Strickland and son returned I
to their home in Jacksonville

Messrs. J. E. Adkins and W. M. Pr. Frazee, the eye specialist, will : Donald Sharpe, who'T2 been Sunday after a visit with her mother,'
Hodges, of New River, were in Starkeon be with Dr. Parka Friday and Satur visiting hia .niece, ]Mrs.! Catherine Mrs. Gill, at the Hotel Marlon.

business Saturday.T. day, April 11th and 12th. It Davis, left Tuesday for his home in
Hornell, N. Y, Insure the Keeping of your meats
L. Wainwright, of Lawtey, was Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks, of i t during the summer months by using I
attending to business in Starke Brooker, were'guests of 'relatives- Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson, of I. ruggists' Liquid Smoke. Sold on a
Saturday. Starke Friday. Lawtey, spent Sunday in Starlievith guarantee. Turner's Drug Store. -

the latter'a parent*,.,$fr> and 101":W. ,
Messrs L. L. and C. A. Youngblood, Misses Hazel Middleton and J. Epperson. F. IT. Long and daughter, Minn
of Theresa, were among the visitorsto Virginia Weeks spent the weekendin Margaret! Long, left Monday for St.Augustine Ambition Without ThriftIs
town Monday. Brooker with the latter's parents, Mr. and \Mrs. W. J. Thomas and where they will attend
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks. children, of Jacksonville, are spending l. the Ponco De Leon celebration.Mrs. .
1 Mrs. John Moseley and Thoa. several days here with Mr. and Treasure Lost.
Moseley, of Highland, were visitors Messrs. L. R. Gainey, Henry Shaw Mrs. A. J. Thomas. and other rela \ Leon A. Reynolds, of Raleigh, I
here Monday.. and A. L. Green, Brooker citizens, tives. N. C, who la visiting her mother,
{. were attending to business matters Mrs Elizabeth Johns, went to Lakeland : Fabulous wealth lies hidden in the dark:, unfathomable '

t Strawbery crates, complete, 60c atXickliter'a. here Friday. Mr. and \Mrs. G. M. Kirkpatrick Monday to spend, a few days depths of the seas-impotent, worthless, because it is inaccessible -
and Title son, who have spent the with friends
Rev. and \Mrs. W. E. Daugherty,,, fast two months at the home of Mr. to man. i
Misses Mable Wynn and Louise Miss Elsie Daugherty and S. E. and Mrs.* O. J. Griffin\ left Wednesday \Mr. Sid Jones and little son Like this lost treasure is an unthrifty man' ambitions. Daydreams I
Crawford, of Emlenton, Pa., are the Ritch were; visitors to Hampton Sun for Lake City. 8i.-1.. of Plant City, and Will :
" guests of Miss Mable Weller.\ day. Struth, of Jacksonville, were the air castles, and the far reaching; plans for the future are

i Mrs. T: A. Brinson and daughters, week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. NOT impossible for the man who learns the value of thrift.
, Ola Sanders, of Madison, is employed Mrs. B. E. Jones, of New Orleans,, Misses Josephine and Thelma, of William Struth, Sr. /
f in working on the lateral La., arrived Wednesday and will Fiftone, hive' been guests this weekat The bank book is the guide to success and the realization of

! ,I roads in Bradford county. spend some time in Starke as guestof the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dr. Sheppard, of 'Montana, State I' your plans. Save now; be able to make: your dreams come
Corpening.Mrs. Executive: in the '
Presbyterian church
, her son, DeWitt C. Jones. ,
Mrs. W. II. Green is visiting her will be in Starke Easter Sunday and true; be ready for opportunity when it comes. .

daughter, Mrs. Raiford Johns, in Messrs. W. J. Epperson and G. C. W. J. Fripp returned to her will. ) preach that evening /In tho .
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Lake Butler. White attended to business in home in Ktssimmee yesterday after Presbyterian church. A. :::: -- :::: -

Lawtey tho latter part of the past spending several weeks in Starke i
Get your chufa seed at Klckliter's. week. with tier daughter, Miss Carolyn .
Frlpp, teacher In the Bradford High se._ JJi oe Bradford County Bank

R. A. Green is spending the week Mrs. Charles Register, of Lake School. I b
in Live Oak and other places in Interest Butler, spent Wednesday and Thursday SCOTT'I
of his campaign.Mrs. with her sister, Mrs. L. H. East- Among those In Starke Monday attending I Established 1889
man. the meetings of the board r

J. M. Alvarez returned home were the following from Brooker: "Bradford County's() Fiinncial
Saturday from a trip on the east Druggists' Liquid Smoke, guaran- IIIes rs. II. P. Galney, E. M. and A. A. srronglJold"I
coast of Florida. teed to keep your meats during the Hazen, John Shriver, E. H. and J. E I
summer months. Sold at Turner's Clemons, A. B. Surrency and Ellory 4 w -___ ._ _' '_._ ____ _,._ ._1
Mr.: and Mrs. T. E. Murrhee, of Drug Store. Thomas. --
Valrico, spent Sunday with his mother I I ,
Mrs. Anna G. Murrhee.Mr. Dr. W. F. Dunkle, presiding elder I
of the Jacksonville district, will : 1 H. E. LAGERGREN sHe GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY

and Mrs. P. B. Hunt and Miss preach every evening next week al Land and Engineering I INMAN & RITCH
Elsie Daugherty, who spent the the Methodist church. A cordial invitation Surveying'
winter here with Rev. and Mrs. W. is extended to everyone to' I KEPHESENT THE BEST LEADING
E. Daugherty, left Friday for Engel. come and be profited by Dr. Dunkle' 8TAMKC. rtORIDAHemingwas ) INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE,
... wood, Tenn. fine sermons. I I It -ACCIDENT.- I.1KK. AIITOMOUII.E.I30NDS .
) The many Starke friends of Market I MADE PROMPTLY ,

YUM Oscar W. Alvarez and family, who .
have resided in Jacksonville for the ''Tbe"Beat In Meat. '

past several year, will Ue pleasedto
j YUM know they have rnov,d into a cosy .j J :WESTERN .", e 4tut t "rOV; D BETTE2 FEKTUIZEH BE HIDE WE WOULD IJIE 11"
. new bungalow at the corner' of Hub torn'Steak Ib'' p.,.,. 'vU ..* M.',M.. Jwnur .He .... W _I'. "BIMON. PUkX" M4 GEM
35C gIAND.4 vkMi .... W.. u.. auaterJ .f Q** .r fr UM ...| (.ty -is .411'
'. bard and Twentieth streets.The Round Steak;Lb 2Sc rI.A/. ........... rd..lwgs rI.... Q.elll .......... _I ... ._.... but ... a.I
t. YUM r Pork Phone Number* '..-J and 5/ W. for ....... Ab ..... !!. *f |.a.ilM Ib -
Rn. J. F. Shepard, D. D., the 25* will MM k. ....,. .i... f.' _.
.' Call n* and let u* tell you more about
Synodical Executive for Flordia, will Spare Rib., Ib>> 20c Call D. and let a tell you more about E .0. PcioUrFcrtiliMrC.. JacluotUle) Fk
.Yeah'a Made With Milk speak at the Presbyterian church, FLORIDA

Stalker Sunday evening, April 20th. _. ___n" .. .
Loin __. _
Steak !Ib III .
Dr. Sbepftard is one of the best 30c
: speakers In the state, and It will be a Round Steak. Lb 2Sc COFFINS &: CASKETS .

.111 HOT BREAD thing of profit and. pleasure hear Stew Meat, Ib 12 1.2 &: lOc Al a rU Use utUn IN.S"U'RANCEThat's'

f ilm. -,.....,.._.'"4L.L. 11 Sauaaselb>> V.' *" 2Sc Jttltltit liifitii
. Sliced Ham Ib
; 40c Our Business
Mrs. R. A. Weeks, of Br \ PASTRIES a spend the day party Tuesday, Ham Whole, )Ib!> 20c .u..,. ..... Tb. bed ..*. FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
complimentary to her house raest, Armour',,sl bJdd Breakfast raw at tk. Ww.t price 8p.- .I ,
\1 Mrs. Eloise Isler, of Canal Zone. f Strip, Ib>>,;, 25c I '.. atteatlea a .........,11 .r. AUTOMOBILE BONDSAgency .,
EVERY DAY I. Among the guests were the following n. Registered. Eat... -. ,
Starke ladies: Mesdames DeWitt C. Fresh and Salt Water Fish CI Established 1886

Jones, J. H. Ritch. T. J. Griffin N. T. Fruits and Vegetable .' De WITT C. JONES J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
STARKE Ritch, W. L. Wall S. E. Brownie, Phone 19 STARK!:. FLA
BAKERY L A. Davis and J. M. Brownlee. .
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j il PERFECT HEALTH [[planned. lag condition, is fixed not by the TRAIN SCHEDULES

rou'. Pill !cp the sr...m In p.rf cterdef I Valparslo Construction _of ne;'II enormous amount of the results of (In effect Nov.11, 1023):
d Ragulttt the bowb and produce hotel progressing rapidly. his toil that goes into domestic come SouthboundNo. -

A VIGOROUS BODY Bagdad-New $GJOOO bridge ove merce but by the comparative small 1 reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m.
I A tovvrelga rm.d? for tick, hodchconstipation Yellow river nearing completion. amount-tho surplus-that goes No. 8, 10:59:!)! a. m.

I Eonlfay-Farmers of this echo n into export trade. Therefore unless No. 21, Cedar Key, 6:00 p. m.
AKTICI; KS: 01-[ FARM EXPERIENCES: ; : AND:' METHODS FOUNDTO : I T u tt Pills 'to plant large acreage of watermelons our surplus wheat, our surplus meat NorthboundNo. p. m.

as part of diversification cro;]P and our surplus coton find a market 2 reaches Starke
BE: BEST SLUED TO OUR CO UNfV e . . 4:15 a. m.
i i... .. program. I in Europe, the prices of those come No. 4, 4:26: p. m.
'" ------- --- .1.,' FLORIDA WEEKLY INUUS'fRL1L .. ;i I Mitrianna-Construction of stat | modifies in the'home market) will god No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50 a. m.

SWEEI' CORN energized by the sun. The farmei' REVIEW hluhwuy between this point an, ,below the cost of production. No. 16, Limited 6:57: p. m.
PUSH | .. .. .
'[0 BEAT EAR-ttOIO I lives nearest the fountain of life 1 ir I River Junction to begin goon.i I "We may adopt political expedients Wannee Branch "

thu divine economy. . lIe has not t t; I Tarpon Springs-Construction, of ,i I Tavares-Survey for street pavan g: to produce markets, and I do not Bay No. 101 leaves Starke 7:13 a. m.
hat ir i ie new addition to First National Bank under No 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m
been to Congress wag.CocoaExtensive
"Are you planning to grow swco t coming program that those expedients are not often .
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corn this year, either as a garden 01 hand asking for these doles and these, progressing. I I I municipal construction ,- wise; but in nearly) every instance GRIFFIN Agent
which have been suggested[ l OJdsmar--$230,000 contract let for to( be carried out t
hand-outs program
maklnj strike
as a field crop? Are you ;; they only at the symptoms --
plans to prevent loss to the corn fro m in certain directions now. All he,'J construction of roads. I Port St. Joe-Barge "Dinty Moore' The disease remains. ; nies in direct taxes we pay dollarsIn

the ear-worm? If not, now is th
time to begin bending oil thi:I squarely, just as ,other industries,:I meats on Fort Pierce inlet and pbrt for Cuba. agricultural country: yet to an the value of thefarmers'

trouble, says J. R. Watson, ento. Just as other workers are treated."', projects to begin soon. i I IClcarwoter Sarasota Construction of nev* I enormous extent it is also a manufacturing ; dollar :from 1890( to 1922,
( bond
-' mc ogist of the Florida Export men t I I voted for establishment- $150,000 of municipalgas !sue Baptist church making rapid pro. country. Comparatively little I based upon its purchasing: power,

a Station. WORK TOGISIIIKR TO gress. of America's manufactured goods are using the figures of the Joint Commission -

The eur-worm is the moat Injurious 1'' CONTROL P.OLL WEEVIL. Dover-Tampa plant. Electric I Fort l\Iycors-Contract to be let foi: sent abroad. They are consumed at I'I of Agricultural Inquiry for
pest of corn. The egg from which Company construction of new. high schoobuilding. that it is not
home. to
i And when the farmer Is purpose surprising
plans extension of lines from this'point
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the; worms ha-ch' are laid mostly on l to I( prosperous, when he is able to sell I Mind that it was during the years of
I NEW ORLEANS, La., April 11.- I St. Augustine- Construction oj \
the silk of tho corn ears by o yellowIsh I W.basso-St. Lucie fjthe: I products of his fields at a good the Democratic administration that
gray moth. The young worms eat ''County or pariah committees and Florida county opens new bridge spanning Mantanza!I'' price, then the manufacturing com- I the dollar actually was worth 100
potato shipping season by
first the silk and gradually make, :community nub-committees, with representative shipment of carload. river planned. munities also are prosperous, because cents or more. The dollar reachedthe
their way Into the ear. If the corn farmers, business men St. Augustine Road construction j Sarasota-Contract let for con they have amarket in America. But peak of its purchasing power
grows slowly, they will' have timo to and the county agent as members,,{program in St .Johns county progressIng I!strucrion. of $100,000( communitygarage. when the agriculture falls, distress I when tho Underwood tariff was in op-
consume a large part of the ear '' can accomplish much toward the control i and disaster come to manufacturing; eration.

before it reaches the roustlng-ear of the boll weevil by encouraging I New rapidly.Smyrna-Plans for j Lecsburg Umatilla\ Fruit Cora I America. So I think it can be said I Senator Underwood considers that

Htagc But, if it i Is forced to !grow farmers to apply proven method of Installation of completed puny plant 2;>00 acres to tomatoes,,' without contravention that, esential- the greatest benefits to all the people
rapidly, it will reach the stage/, before 'cntrol I new electric lighting other farmers in district joining i in [will from
distributing information system on Canal street I' ly, America is dependent upon agriculture come a proper and equitable
the worms have attained their full 1 from the proper sources, giving ; Miami Construction of Masonic "I'I tomato growing campaign. for her prosperity. regulation of taxes at the

J size and eating ability. '|practical advice and, if possibl e, j temple completed. j i, "Now, what has happened? A customhouses. The Underwood

Therefore, to materially reduce the :i holding demonstration meetings. I TavaresConstruction of new J Tf o 'market has failed for ajrricultue. I I'I j, tariff, or the statute books for nine

damage from this insect, Professor j I This is the theory upon which the $230,000 county building to be re- i There are two things escntial to make j' years, as former Governor Glynn of
Walton advises making the corn grow National Dull Weevil Control As- I 'I '(New York said, "banished greed
I sumcd. I j a market; one is that somebody must }
fast. To do thin, heavy fertilization, I iBotiaiion has prepared, and is carrying I Fort 'Pierce-New high school after meal buy; and the other is that somebody [from the gates of our ports and .
good, cultivation and l if the every I
out of 'wroto Justice into
a program activities to i building well undur way. II I I must have the price to pay. With- our tariff sched
weather is dry, are necessary. StarttheJ'crop reduce the damage to cotton crops West Palm Beach-Addition. to'' Cleanses: mouth and out the desire to buy and without the I ules." Of all the turilta ever enacted

right and keep it right; do caused by the boll weevil, according I Good Samaritan hospital to be built : teeth and aids digestion. price to pay there fs no market. Agricultural j I I it was the fairest and best.

., not letup. to Clarence Ousley, director. of the as ,lat cost of $100,000.Lakeland$000,000. Relieve that over America has but one place
-- sociation. eaten feeling and acid
SPRING FOLLOWS WINTER paving program I mOD la.lis where its great market lies. She STOP COUGHING
A large number of such organizations under way here. doosn't find it in the Orient. for
1-a-s-t-I-n-a flavor Cough.elluse f.>vi rlsu ruudillone,
fly Spud Johnson are being; perfects I each weak St. Petersburg-Contract to be let satisfies the craving lor !; while the Orient may consume a thront unil and an tsickneas.! ",)Thesub
throughout the cotton helt1r.: for construction of 21 miles of street | sweets. i small proportion of her cotton fiiuMimouia /
I crop -.
suit !
cr coughing the
:you tjuMterj
The birds are singing.! The buds Ousley said, and it is expected: that paving at estimated cost of $1,500- I \Wrla'ey Is double I yet the Orient Itself produces the'' Hi will fool I'r-tter und nrvo a bettor:
f within u* short time thd nuiubor of .' II value In the benefit I i.i ht'M IxM tmrcli'
000. and :food supplies that it consumes, end ; $ rc/t. > / C'OIIRH Hyri.pv ..
are bursting. The leaves I
are grow committees already functioning willbe I I pleasure II provides. Creosoted) castes! und l smitlu1 iullamcd .
, ,tl ing. The sunshine is coming down : West Palm Beach Pineapple the same is true of South America : raw throats, ruiws the phl<"*mwithout
I r I iitralghter. The air Is mildin doubled. II Growers Association spends $30,000 Scold In its Parity and Africa. racking or straining, pn rovts
g I A striking example of the effic.eney; I facMagt. \ I the lunicrt, and rwnuvrH the tnutu* of
1, Winter I III vanishing. Spring is just! of for purchase of crates and others I II J WR lI lI lI l\\ "Europe is essentially a manufacturing the trout I'. iu warned l 10.\. the first
around the corner with summer on community effort along thc.e lineis I I packing material to handle season's \l .fi \ country. It manufactures rough (!act a bottle of r.rouarcli's,
the organization set up by the I II \ ,, more than other of Court" Syrup (Cnnimitoil. ) from yourdruggist :
I her hevln. ,crop. IttJSUNDERWOOD'S\ "" .".. any part the world Flue for roughs, col'lx,
I As a farming man I cannot resist Dublin and Laurena County Chamber( I Production of kerosene in United I I and produces less of food products rlppo., croup, whooiilnit rough and
lof Commerce of Dublin, On., tho i than roncliitls. I'letiHUut! safe and .
the temptation to feel good Don't States in 1923 increased 1.85 per cent I its people need for their daily' "uro.'I

I i I fret\ scared, tho, I'm not going to I director said. This Chamber of Commerce ; over 1022 to 2,318,931,712, gallons; I I lives. So that our market is not in 1'

throw any of this spring poetry stuff is making weevil control its gas; and fuel oil 12.78 per cent to 12- I Asia, nor Africa, nor South America,', READ .
major objective and it is the belief 074,191,094 gallons and but the market for the THE TELEGRAPH
t at you. 1 haven't yet placed myself ; lubricants consumptionof 1
in this suicide club. A man can feel that suvess will tend their efforts. 12.12 per cent to 1,097,308,222 gal I the surplus agricultural products FOR ALL LOCAL IiAPPENiNGSRAINS

I good 1 in spring without attempting | A committee of live from the. lons.Fort lastsOPINIONS of America lies in Europe and Europe
I chamber of commerce, to have.ner Fl jheJ1avor alone." INJURE POTATO
\ to write poetry, if he tries hard Myers-Atlantic toast Line
enough. al supervision of the wc.I'k. has been railroad to begin construction of new A great barrier to our trade, an I CROP ABOUT 30 PER CENT

Yes, as a farming man, I feel fine. II appointed, the secretary notified Mr. line from this point to Bonita CON insidious beast that clutches at the I -

We fellows of the soil have had some Ousley. The county agent! is a mem- Springs. I CERNING TilE FARMER'S DOL. throat of our prosperity, as well as PALATKA, April 3.-After a careful -
1 hard ,jber of this committee. Other com- Sarasota-Construction that of Europe, is that of the situation
years, it is true. But we have of First LAU AND TAX REDUCTION. monstrous survey in the
I I'mittees are: a bankers'! committee: a National Bank thing that the Palatka
I another crop year on us. This one building proposed Fordney-McCumber Hastings potato district, the
may turn out to be hard too, but what county wide committee composed of Pablo Beach-Erection of school / By A. Ludlow Clark tariff-"the tariff of abominations". president of the Hastings Cooperative -

tof it? Most of us are In pretty good I the secretary and treasurer of tap building progressing satisfactorily.South To that instrument may be attributeda Potato Growers' Association,

'I shape, even tho old Noah never did board of trustees of each school (In Jacksonville -Construction The United States is somewhat in tremendous amount of the farmers' gives jt as his opinion that the

see as much water as we did last I the county, and a committee of five of spur track and paper mill plant to the position of the small boy distress. And to this also we can fix damages by the rains during the

1 year, nor did any .New.York. visitor I I of each school, of which there are be_under way .soon I who had a dozen Dies and because the blame for the taxes we now month of March will shorten the crop

ever nave more gold bricks than we more than one hundred I East Point-Dredge "Franklin" there was no one to-help him, he must stagger under. Although both about 30 per cent on an average,

had crops we couldn't market for fair The bankers' committee has per making rapid progress in planting eat all of them, as pies are hard to /parties! recognize the oppressiveness some localities having suffered worse

I 1 prices. fected arrangements whereby every oysters. I/get. Naturally the boy was made of the direct taxes and have planned than others. Had conditions been
Thru all our hard times we've got farmer may obtain financial aid for Palatka- New industrial bank \eick. This country has an enormous, to lesen them it is to the Democratic normal the district would have dug

1 our land, our stock, our fences, our the purchase of calcium arsenate. An being established with $00,000 ''number of pies--considering them tbe party we must look for relief from one of the biggest crops in its

houses, our families, and the respect abundance of the poison M stored 1 in capital. I I products of the farms and factories| the. great indirect tax caused by the history.

, of the best thinking people In the Dublin for sale to the farmers at Sarasota-3,000,000 pounds of fish |-and where once there were many I Fordney-McCumber tariff law. Sena-

II y world. wholesale prices.A contributed annually to nation's food to help to consume them, now owing tor Underwood is loud in his denunciation SUBSCRIBE TO

t But this spring feeling: isn't it a I( county rally has been held i in supply by waters of this vicinity I to Europe's blasted purchasing power, of this tariff and active in THE TELEGRAPH

wonderful thing? It has been a long Dublin with Dr. A. M. Soul., president New Smyrna-Extensive road improvements [we are compelled to consume them looking toward its repeal. Ha con -

j; time getting here, which makes It all Iculture of the State College of Agri- in progress in three I ourselves, and just as naturally as siders the tariff question as probably Colds Cause (rep and Influenza

i the more welcome. Somehow many a< the chief speaker, and a directions from this \Ity. ; the small boy we have become sick. the real isue In the coming election, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE TibleU remove Ihcause.

of us about gave it out; we began to (been lecture given.course to 1009 key men has I better The wage earner is 11 per cent j, To quote Senator Underwood: "If ( recognizing that where we pay pen- !'. W.G\OVE There:' .Is..".only...,..
I feel that this time winter wouldn'tbe Community meetings off in 1924 than he was one you were to ask me to name the one -- -
i, I have been held at each school, litera I year ago, according to I 1 -
followed by spring, that maybe : survey of National thing which i Is most vital to the -
something about the machinery got 'turn and information on boll weevil) Industrial Conference. Wages prosperity< and contentment of

IM twisted( and we'd go back to fall. But control hcs been placed In the hands paid in this country last year totaled America, I should unhesitatingly tell
J that was all mistaken : of farmers and ten paid demonstra-: 133,000,000,000. that
I a feeling. I you there is nothing that approaches -
smell the breath of spring creeping j i tors have been employed to do only Stuart-General building activities in importance the questionof J'i

up from the Gulf of Mexico. And you II I weevil The control work. in this city continuing high record. { a settlement of the international
I t Flordla folks know how short our community meetings were Kissimnipe Bank of Osceola finances."

springs are. It will be summer successful beyond expectations, the county making extensive Improve-j Regardless of political inclinationsno

I quicker than you can say John Robin secretary informed Mr. Ousley, and' mcnts.Bunncll. man in his right senses can
\! In a great many communities every -Construction on new sec- :sincerely that these words have ox-I

son.And that means I'm startingthings ,farmer has pledged himself to npply tion of Dixie highway to Ormond pressed a correct diagnosis of .
I "of ourcountry's
! J over my way. Land that has I II ,methods control while in other completed. '> caae. It all conies down to w 6v

I not been broken is going; to be plowed communities the number planning to Avon Park-Work on Florida &: that, age-old game of barter and I

' right away. Seed Is going into the I poison are in the majority. The activity Northern railway tracks between this trade, because if Peter can produce

1 ground. While I am remembering! in this county also has i n- point and Arbuckle creek being rush. something that Paul can buy, both ,

f. that old mnn winter usually snorts couragod neighboring counties to ed to completion. |I enter into that desirable conditionwe

a cold breath back at us after spring I conduct boll weevil control campaigns, Fort 'Pierce-Building operations call "prosperity". On the other
I runs him out, still I'm not going to "Laurens secretary declared. in this city maintain steady rate of J]band, if Paul cannot buy what Peter \ w .
delay things for fear that breath will I county, Georgia, will cm- increase. [];produces, stagnation is the result. - -
j I trol the boll weevil," said Mr. Sanford-Construction__. _.. ._.* ,_ '
nip too many buds. Oustey ftA,,_ Paul
"A.J...,. AU.... ...._.____ .n. ropresentillgEUrl pe and Peter
n VTCIJI uuBiness man who con waterworks under consideration. I the United
SEN tributes In money, or labor will I Southern Bell I us the
FLETCHER Telephone
PAYSTRIBUTE receive Company true situation, and it is not pleasant
a rich return in the increased plans to cooperate with smaller I
TO FARMER concerns to contemplate. No one recognizes Another Proof That Buicks
buying'power Satisfy
of the farmers. Every throughout state.Ocala$1,600,000 I I the seriousness of this better than
United States merchant will sell more goods, bond issue \
Senator Duncan U. tarry to Senator Underwood. He : "The \
1 Fletcher, of Florida, often says things bank have larger deposits, every voted to build system of roads In'''world is in distress because says the un- Buick owners are always reluctant to

which sound good from the stand newspaper receive more patronage Marion county. settled financial conditions have
made with
'' point of the farmer. Addressing the and every professional man make better Santord-Postofllce receipts show it impossible to do business. The part their cars. For Buick's dependability ;

senate on March: 3 on the of collections. large increase during February. United its ,
question States Is part and parcel of ability to master i
bill to promote a permanent system "There are many other counties Palmetto-Tri-County Oil Com the world's great economic every

of self-supporting agriculture, he starting work along similar lines,"; pany making good progress drilling I we cannot detach ourselves and system create; road condition, its sturdiness, its safety

declared: the director continued, "and this first well in this section.TampaConstruction /(anything even resembling a lasting and comfort all firmly establish Buick .
"The association will assist them in of
farmer is generally every Cindy while
a conservative prosperity Europe is in the
citizen He has loads of way possible." bridge between this city and St. /midst of disaster and chaos. It is in every owner's regard. Buick has

: common sens". He is acquainted with Mr. Ousley sug!; sted that if there making rapid progress. not a situation with which we can made good cars for over '
hardship Ha is patriotic. lIe loves are counties where such a movement Lake Worth-$105,000 contract let temporize. It confronts us right twenty years .f'
his has not peen started and farmers and for street paving. now, and the latest Buick
country. lIe believes in law and I land every day of delay not only adds achievement is :,
1, order. lIe is an ideal citizen. He is business men feel the need of one Cocoa-New Methodist church to the economic disarrangement its
but greatest. Let
that the I I us'prove this to
the gentleman who produces the Na interested parties get in multiplies the danger to civilization you

tion' food. All food, for animal1 and touch with the county agent, urge FOR HOME AND STABLE I: i itself." This shows us that the way by a demonstration in the Buick model
for man, must come from the land, to head an organization and to The extraordinary Borosone treatment .to prosperity is through International you like the ''

!request whatever assistance is necessary for flesh wound cuts, sores, galls, burns trade, because it Europe is to buy' .
i, from the National) Boll Weevil and scalds is Just as effective in the stable :from us We must buy from her and best.,1
No Worms In a nealtby Child Association, Room 220 Whitney a* in the home. Hone flesh heals with ,through opening the channels, -", '
AllchUJna troubled with Warms have an oa- :Building, New Orleans, L. remarkable speed under I its powerful in : op of
hasty color.wbkh indicates fluence. The I this trade the agricultural
pool blood.and uruJ a treatment ia the sama for problem LAKE CITY BUICK
.. th.r.. la mora or I I.CM MomKh diMiutauo animals as for humans. First wash out will solve itself. COMPANY
I.ROVC; TASTELESS: : CHILL TONIC III... reguIwly I infectious germs with liquid Borosone *"The J M. Smith, Moa*.r.

IT" ...,!fortwoorthrM....>>...rt|- weeks.n..-wlt.. -.....11'11.'"ratScrtnmli lh.l.oed." '-The- Qvteiae Teat Dot. Not Affect Tk' flied j and the Borovooe Powder eompleto the, [I'i says, "is farmer hardest hit.Senator In his Underwood Baker: Bradford Columbia and Union Counties
. .... > r c I :" :wt'' .o ... .tnaare wtlltb.ell".w .
... 1 Usson
Y..J.-I Oa la.es tad$1.20. Powder 30o and is a poignant one. .... .... ,
bi 60c.
oTrTdl.p( l the WOI'IDa.1UId. .ChUii will be a.rws. wfejMat Mimnirt ...,,. SolJby >i&et :
i BM O*ra ly .._. ..,
.k.vttUvl&""'cJa. Fiiwuc -i..-100 ptt boot ktla.ana C.W.CKOVCS4 c M..nnal?.. ,w ALL DRUGSTORES ralua of his production UDder exist- .tr automobues are built Buick will build tarot (

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FRIDAY. APRil. 11. 1921 ,

"YO>....... .. ___.__u. FLORIDA _
"LI' OJ .....1'u. ; :sI.Jlc.\ey 'I ro and '- t'\GI'J SJo\'ES

MAKE DEFEAT FALSE TAX REDUCTION TC:() Garner secondly plan when with it the replaced Longworth the) and; for the the cost of living may bo reduced -J I NEW VIM FOR \ I PlNAIIoM'L ITATW'r.H"1' rsUEITT-- IICROO I. Oik. 1 In New RIs-t... See.' :-SJ.84. :- -

POLITICAL'. .' substitute. The Republican members'of complete reform and re- WEAK FU'OIIIS: 80 71.. ..._.<. Unknown. Tp. 5, 9. n.

ISSUE. the Senate habitation of the administration of nt Oour.ty.*..01"'.Ktinerlntendenrv nnarKiai, etatewenl CVrllflrate, No. 120. .mbra... Lola 1, 0. ft
Committee know wheel funda for DUt.1I' New .
the Rlv. .
now tauntS of Sen. a. :4.
and have known all along that the Internal taxes by the Treasury; for I THIN PALEVOMEN\ March 1924. /to fit. -.. unknown. 6 a K.
(Special[ ( I i Reneral ftekaal Paad Ctrtlnuto NIK 121 embrace
Correepondence) | the House will not agree to the Mel the stoppage of the largo holes in the OM-nlraft Mar. 1. 1014 .._____..__.. IIBtSl I to 'la Now' Rlvor. See. IIJ-J4. Tp.Lot 4.11 I*of a Bid.tt
income enjoy jour work Ricrlpl ilurlntt month .. ... B.!! awtied unknown.
lon plan of tax law, its simplification and and have I : : .1847 11 I
cutting in half at one I TO \ sha,,' of the Warant Imueil -- ---.-:::_ :: -161064' Oettlllrate No. I2* emhrni Lot 8 at /
WASHINGTON, April 11.-By restoring stop the higher surtax rate of the big the equalization] of each class of Income life get rid of pleasures that 1 nnlnneo April. I. IM4 _____ .___-_-.-_-_-_ 784.14 I'iE.{. 13It\ New River.. S... tS-34 Tp. a, 8. R.nik.20
I run DMrlet' .. "ftwrmud unknown.
the I
Mellon! I
rates which cut; taxpayers, and they also know of for the purpose of the tax; and down feeling and enrich your thin Italnnoe. Mar. I. 1914 ___._________._. 4.81 1 I (VrllMcitrf$: I2S embraem Lot I of Bile.

tho higher surtaxes from CO percent should know that there finally for such an equitable scale of 11..,,<1. ItoRin! / might now to take ll'-t-I't.s, riurlnu month ..__ ._______.. 4.118 R.14. 'In New RUrr. Sou. 2321 Tp. I. 8. lUG
to 23 is no sane 1 I Gu,)..-'!,! repto-Mantan.: Wnrnntii (Miiixl -- -_ ._____._-_.. ... 1.11 aaiweieil unknown
per cent in the pendi? probability that the Senate will graduated rates according to ability It will help Ililanreprll, ( 1. 1024\ _.--___-________ T.H I in OrtlnVnte. No.' 124 umbra_ Lot 11 of Blk.
In '
;you wonderfully. N ,
revenue bill, the Republican to At your drUfgit' "Illilrirl' N. t w River. See. 9-24. Tp. e. 0. B. J I)
membersot this pay as any board of K ....,...
feature disinterested
of the bill. -< in both Pnlanw Mareh unknown
the Senate j liquid and tablets.ttmi I. 1034 __.___.____._ l(...7 Certificate, .
income No.
Fiance Committee have tax experts known P. ft Ipta ilurlne month I If. rmhrtr i Lola 8. 1 of B1V.
I It to be real' __
is Free -- IM.IO Id In 1'1.' .
Trial .
-- > Rl\er. .
Tablets S. .
given additional evidence of the apparent thorl/fore'that the 1 friends of income f *iih.iiiiii.iini: :;::: Warante lamed. ----h___. lit.in ]3 5.. nMfMmed 23-24 T. e. B. D. S8
truth: taxation I Iliilnnc. unknown.
action of the Republican members of wouU VAl i.i of (ClloI'8 IVpto-MntiKiin.l vnhv tiMluyui Alirll 1. 1924 _._________.-- U0.lt rVrtirh-aln No l-u .
of the charge frequently made that the Semite propose.A / m.ixtiiii. Trial I I'm'knitt, \>f '1tbIts: l Sent OieHraft. Dlnlrlrt' !'f.. I Blk' 811 In Vow r 11....., 8.cm-i.inee..- -21. Lola. 1. 7 .,f ,.
the Republican Old Finance Committee in re- joint no nioin y J..t. nNinn. mul. eUilruiM' tiy Mnrfh 1. IOU ____.______- 7B.H H, aearaiieil unknown.. Tp. 8. 8. 15.20/
is conspir. storing the obnoxlons commission of the two M. J. UriiUnbnch. ('".. GI:I Wan-en bt., N. Y. R.-ei-lpin:(:: durlnn month K4IM OrllArMa* No. l'J7: emhrm-ra :
lag to defeat tax reduction at this feature of the House of Congress should Warmnhi lecued --_--.:::::. :::::!:- 76 :M Plk 37 In Now Rlvi-r. H... I.&" Iff. H of 1
session of Mellon plan-obnoxious alike to the! devote probably Gude's I 1 I nnlnnoo April 1. IOU _.__.___ .____.. LOt 20 IL. aneaMrxl. unknown. 1-3I. Tp. S. 8. R,

may make Congress it an issue in of order the that nationalcampaign they! I derstnnd mn&Bo.s of the the matter people when they un- I the sometime amendments to the improvements preparationof O\eMraft Risvlpte- ilnr'nir Mareh m.trlri month 1. 1014"Sc.--------------4(5---,-- -- __ II..(. 8 1.. C R

and falsely accuse the, as well as to a i and remedies with respect to the peptoMaJ1g'an1Jltic W.irrnnla Inued ...........____...... Yrtlilrnin. No. iail ambrai-m: 'r", .. 1. 8. I of :
in.ijnnty of the national legislators (rriliaft April I. 1024 .____h_____.. III." l Blk 211 in New Rlvor. Reo 20-:4. i
Democratic of come tax situation In-/ I 1'1> (. 6. It
party and nintHrt 20 re.! .
responsibility; was for the r port / Nit I idm-Mi-d. unknown. I
for the defeat of tax purpose of confusing and r4flVrass nf the anv.lli.a4n.taalklu and Blood EnricJierrront Talanoo March I. 1024 _______ ____.. UDB91 I, ('.-''tlft...,., No' 110 embrace Lot II ;
tax reduction. I befwl,1J, ,,, ..... ____ __ .. .tnfn J Id ," at Illk. '
-- ..... ;..'1.<' t.).. n..hl :, .. .f. rltirlnir' month ,.--. .___ n 1 In New Rlrar. Si*. 2H-i4. Tp. 4 'I'
-- i R.
The development of this conspiracy j'uwu" I'r"erJunl C Such action would) not -I triili; ; ( Wnrranta. Imned __ _____.-.. .._-.. I' Ie. aoxc-iMrd! tinknnwn. 20

to create false issue an Impossible plan of alleged tax' the earliest I Halanco April I. ini4 ____ _--____.- 180." Ci-rtlllf-ii.. No. m rmhraree. teSts I. H. I.f 31
a to fool the people reduction and to possible enactment of the I t>Ulrlr< Ne. I Fmnl nik it I In Ni-w River flee. ...24, Tp. ..
so complicate the chief Oirnlrnfl March :M. It. Jfl P.. ,
and I. 1014 annraieil .
enchance their catnpsltrn>, legislative situation. that proposals in the pending revenue !. In brief; tho bARt ?.riiters bo- Ri-rolpla, : deem..,, month _-::::::.-:=.- 2 10:IS i'I r. rtlflralK( N... IIS embriti-ea unknown.torn 7 ,

fund is shown by the following facts: just any lIan.and bill as subbostej by the Garneror : sin fulitliiK' this boll weevil by : I Warrant .."..| ---- -_ -...-.____.______ 4.an Blk M In New Rh'.". ...... HS-U4 Tp. d. II S. R.ot .
1. The so-callej plan of tax reduction woulJ I I similar rates. J,. flitting the soil In I Orenlrart. April 1. IOU ...._______. 10.41- :SO l b.. an.a.ord, unknown }
Mellon Finn
plan itself i fail. Then it would follow I// I tion condi. I "''.f..t. "''. T TrrUncate N... Un ..mh...... Lot I of Btk. it
In. thenatural : InVew
which provides for cutting in half the a Rood send bed is necessary I i n.lnnri. Mniwh 1. lot I _.___u_.___. 13.HT 3 R 2. : River.I 8efl. 2324 T. 0. 8. tt 10 'I.,
sequence of 01.1 Guard ini"ropresentntion I i to ol".iln tim best results Ifrci-lple ilurlnir month -.___.....__. ..i> iii'.tttl unknown. .
higher surtax rate of the I / Wnrranta. 'I.e.,..? __ j rrrllilontti No. 114 emhraem. All 1
very large and false I'lnntliiK after duiiRor! -- ...__..__..... | 1 In New ISle., Blk. 41 "
propnsrnnda I of fro It' llnlanee' April t. See. 23-J4, Tp. 8. 8.
taxpayers and 1 IOU ... ..._. a 10' "
which J.I
contains |'s past niul ho ----- --- n. fluieaaetl
the unknown.
to charge this defeat to the minority. BouWEEVIL@NTRI d3 I earth In warm cnoush i i ro'.f"' ., No. I /

greatest inequality and injustice in | Forewarned is forearmed i to stand c.nisa quick sprouting and a good II Mnlnnnp and the .
the 4 fin the *
rates 'h.- on Hth i
relatively paid by an individual -' I I,,iWnrrnnta Imiiied. _.....___ __ ___h_. day of April A. D. 104. .
'pcoplu 3. ? I 61)( Vritn
should and will know in advance 'sing selected send of Pnlanco. ee m* official, litniirii,,>i> and .. !
April this
business man and one whose METHOD that a variety .I 1. IM4 -__ .-_._...__ ..81 "th duy of !Mni-ch A. n. 14(4. a
income is I that if an equitable tax reduction I matures' early. I I I t I Pf. I 'l.lrtrl N. t I (J. W. !:
derived ALmCRMAN.
from stocks 4. .n. March 1. I9S4 _
in __
PYrtlll/.lnii _
I I hlKhly to 17.11'i rierk, .
corporations-the individual business I bill fails this Congress it will be I ::1 : approl'Ccf 2 y g-rowili and I sot bolls boforo make tIme quick Wnrrania XVerranta l I.mn..l. __ ..'__..._ .. ___... |' By Ttrfi-lford. CircuIt County,Court"Iurl.,... '. "
k.llnKr Inmtetl
wr i. .
...... C.
the fIt t\t the DM GII".I. -- ---- --- ... A. KNTHIIT.
man I'u.vuiK iiuuuy twice ua much tin: -- ...- ; Tils: multiply enou-rli to destroy tile Dixlani-n April I. 1084 ._____---...__ 11.11 I! D'I1"I,. Clerk. 0I4.6b.4.11.NOTIC'S !

the corpora lionist. The proponent: Old Guard with element tho approval of th<> / !. t j 'gQ m E_ t1.ctd crop. Narrow ,i assent,. March litatrlrt I. IOU" Ne.t___h '.__.___. 479/1 / ---- .

of the Mellon plan knew or should dominating tho: I and one to three pacing a hoti's width I5. W.fitelntii.__.. ilurlnir'__n..' month .,_........... 84. OP EIECTIO.Vl

have known in advance that the Mel making Republican party for the purpose of Froupt-rity of the cotton farmer dependa -''I 6. Putting cotton talks on to-weltilralned the hill. I Ralanre j ; April- I.:' uii.-: ::::::.::::::::: (..47'' of l the r the State power of Florida."..l.-.l. In Ii..tlirm. $nnr.t he, the ,Jess
party capital in on nbt-ther nmrlrl Publld
lon higher comingcampaign. or (Ho bo'I I land that N*. 11 Tnitntrtlon of
surtax ,
rates and the inequities I- weevil will, under average coiulltloni ".,..... Marrh I. 11134) _..___. ____ Pradford setuni?. Flnriili hi r*.
lolloct _. by ealln .
thee ITM:
on rlrntloiu
'lu "be
Investment will make R.-oitXa, .. hold In ,
and the injustices I at least a bale to .In.. month ...___ Pnnler Sub
in three rhixil .
the bill or .11 < dIstrIct' .
I tlnin. labor 1'1. It
would It is not contended that th Democratic I and money lu the ruin1 1 acres nnil adopllnic the slogan Waranla. .lemiml. L____.-_. .... fto dlelilrt. No. 11 and? nmpcan flub. fleliool
not meet the log of the \lore nnlnnoe' -----1 on Tuemlne April 22. 11)24
cotton to
approval of a plan of crop. The bOll I cotton to the April 1. 10S4 _____ lii-t three triMtme each I
Congress which tax reduction is perfector : weevil has don aero not more acres to'I I IH.Irlrl No. II and to trmtna Ih.
was most ot time amount Df mlii. .
elected collect-
to bo
i In final, but it is contended in all log In the cotton'I Ttiltnnre Marrh 1. lOSS _._...__.___._ |1511.14 inTi-i.illnif' 4wo aMeiMHeil for tha
protest against the past several years. but I i Ri'''vlptA' durlnir yrar unmet their reeiirctlva.
same sort of I month -. .._-__.__.. .eo''u dhtrlala'
things attempted truth that it Is tho best plan and the farmers now are preparing to put an I IVnrrnnU, .iMliril ... .____...i.___..... For the purpoie of hnlillnv
by Mellon in tho end Halanre' April inl'l eleotlon' 'In
to this I. H4 .. .. Rneli,
most equitable by applying READ -- 180.41 >r dlntrlrt J.
previous Congress. I plan possible until ment the govern- |: DUtrli-l' Ne. II--------- '
2. The substitution of the LonA'worth there is such a thorough revision of The methods boll weevil of control.can be TUB: TELEGRAPH( j OvfMrnf II., ..-i.lt.t. ilurlnir!Marrh, I.nnnth IUJi _..__._.________ tS.ll I I .Kor: the manaitera:purmwe ;nt|oht.holillnv nurne nald i elmtlon Clr>rk. In
bill for the Garner revenue legislation as to remove all In any neighborhood by controlled FOR ALL \LOCAL HAPPENINGS I Warrant* Unund$. ._-_-.__-_--__-h---_--__ I I''lirown are illetrlrt) apptdntetl!M. Varnea, J. T.. Wynn. II.
plan which) the i iTo O\'ratt' I. 1121 ... manniier, T. U Jnnee.
latter had previously been inequalities and injustices and to of these methods and all farmers I j Ap..lln I..... .?--- __ |18.11 ClirkII.
adopted in I I stop the leaks and the who have nnlanKn Mitmn '1-: i ': : D WIOfJINS.' L. W. KICKMTRB.
the House and holes by which not already done HO are j IOJ4 -___..._ 4 6H fli-eretary.
which gave the most just taxation is evaded. Then there urged to make their plans now to use 0 Stop a Cough Quick 1 I Ri-ralpla Wnrranta' durlnir' month' -___._____-_.- 8.4(1( 3.21-81.4.," Chairman.OKDICR .
(nulled .
equitable reduction to all the take _.._ _
control HAYES'
possible taxpayers can be further readjustment of higher measures they have been I I j cough HEALING HONEY* a I.tlnlinee April I. 1024 -__.-__.u.______ 10.111 r .-- -
at this time. paying experts for thirty medicine which stops the I Plilrirt N. II FillS rum.iCATioN

3. The readoption of the : surtax rates and all other tax rates. work out. It Is not easy to years control toij, healing the Inflamed and irritated cough tlHiiues.by 1 nn? ,.... Mareh. I ln! ?4 __._......___. 1061'I In rlrrnlt ('0....'. Stnte' of Florida.. Klirhlh:
Mellon, I No i l.'CIli Curbs month .....__...._ J..II.I..I. .
' I higher surtax rates by the I proposal could be made more' the boll weevil. It taken work and A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE I I Warranta :l Is,,ilnl, -_ .. rurvKarmir, Circuit llrmlford County, In Chan'
Old ii 2 MAI'I..II
members of the Guard I truly absurd than that of a pretended study but it pays when It Is done I j SALVE for Cheat Colds. Head Colds and I()v.nlrsft I. III2I ,- -__-.-_-_-_-_-.-_-_- -_ 1.411 A Di
Senate Finance Committee I I issue of "tax reduction" right. It I Is a waste of time and Croup' Is enclosed with every bottle of Dlntrlrt Me. I* ration. orirnnlicd. unit eNlntlnir
trickly taking advantage of in the Mellon plan. The as embodied l money when it Is done wrong. 1 j HAYES' HEALING IIONfY. The naive "......1.'. ilurlnir March, ( month 1. IOU. __._______._._... 11181 I unili rlnrlila," >r the ,ewe of ,the State of

the absence of Senator McCormick of j Democratic We used to think that momiultoos ,of 1 should be rubbed on the chest and throat Warrant |IssutI| ___ ...-.-.-_-....-_-___-.- 12.OH (:OmIIiDCtit.SI.

Illinois and the illness of party stands as it has always stood did no more than sting us. Now i children Buffering from a Cold or Croup. I Ovimlm't April" 1. 1021 .__ -__ ,__- It) 17 .
Senator La.,I :for the only honest |I 'know we Thn hfinllnil effrxt nf :I' nUtrirl' N. IT I| J. J !Hti-rrlclni, et .1...
. Follette comprehensive they cause malaria and by llnyo Healing llnnry ID jnalanc* March 1. ._
. of Wisconsin both of | llflitthP. throat minlilnivl 1024 ___. ___ Ill 411 I Defonilanl.
whom with -n
the I Rc |
i ;proposal on this screening houses ( heellDil rfTm.1 ol lntJi ilurlnit, ..._ 1 tt
our month
general subject I wo keep out .row t o-P"..-Tra la Salve -.._ 104 apprarlnv by affidavit .
are reported opposed to thnt feature j which is drastic malaria. The scientists .the ikln sate. etopu OHUIh. thruiulh the pt.n-e. ui Warranla. Is.U.Ut .. n_.'._.__. ___ hill filed In the almve-etatml sppen.lr.I I to the
of retrenchment and j jI : taught Both / Balance April I. II>24 __ Albert e.u.e that
the Mellon plan. j these things. n-nmllpe are pnrknl In 17,49 Kvllry, Eater: Kelley hi. wife Ah...
I :reduction of the cost of They can't tell ua xtt ol l .n combined onerarton "Ih. PUtrirt' N. 'II man Willi".... and Mra. .
The insincerity of the Old Guard I I i government 1 to destroy'all the mosquitoes. us// Just ask trwlnient le 3;So.; g Halanre Marrh I. IOV4 .. ___-_. 1H.04 his wife Ihe .ditfcndarat. therein lierman Wllllama
Jin i Federal State, County and 1 they tell your dmtffilst 'HAYES'' Iturnli't' ilurlnir month __. .__. U.ol' nnmvelilfnta. of named an
us how to u. the Htate
members conrol i .
| of the Senate Finance Comt :]Municipal affairs t them I Kf VlJNO (iONIIY. I Wan-antji "li.mi.nl. _._ __. 2.11 thor are. nldi. >nta of of Florida' and
with to lluffiilo State
t mittee In corresponding escape their damages So Rnlanci. April I. 1024 ___ York and! of Now
.. restoring the Mellon cut, of I 72 are eec) over the ..... nf twenty
higher | equitable reduction not of one tax :scientists are telling us how to con 'riNANCIAI flTATRMBirr' Or COHNTT I IMnntMr April( I. 1024 one yearn.: It !I. therefore colored, that aald
[ surtaxes to the bill which I but of all taxes. This trol th 4 boll weevils. Their methods "UNI}. I sr'r'' OF rt nnin* !!i nonrrwiilcnt,, defendanw. he and are hereby .
would t }l> r.
include NrV
If passed the ITnusia Is 'I..I not flnenelel itat..nent f Rre4fer4 OF IIR.\PFORD. SulrMl' In appvar to the bill nf
annnrpnt when I. are net-feet but 4> eemplalnl
it equitublo .r"duotlnn.. ...1 I. ..4L. I they are practi I ho..b, errtlfy 'In raid, .
__.. __ ... 1t.I.... county for tho mnnlh of Marsh 1U24. t that Ilia foreeolkia' caiwe on tr h.fori>
.I I is pointed out that although the and; the tariff- .n "nu, I cal ; tDey Illivu been testec! by 'alliS' <:.----.' ._- m.nt n' th.. ...n.ln'- ... -n.... ..,..,_-......!.._'".__.m...L itate.the '"_ Slut day at April A. l>. 1041 otherwlae Monday the the

f House Ways and Means Committee taxes on the Feleral ers who have taken pains. to study I UnMni-e March 1'-11124 :--::_ ___.____2(1112( "I >honl, fund* of RraHford ("""nt. for the alli-fntliina,...... of paid hill will he tnkun. aa aon
I mnnth nf | .
| Statute Books. to learn and to fight R.ritlpta durlnir month 2.1H: On I Maroh. 11124 la( tripe ami cnrrrtit hy alil drfrndnnt.'
originally reported these rates the day and the pent day by ,' r>lHhiin..-mrniA durlnir month-w--------___.____ 70144 ,.> the bnt of me knn..l.lee. ami liellrf ,'I. It, I. further ordure' that this ordi.r b.
| the Republican I Any partial halfway of carefully week by week. I UnUnoe April, I. 1 IIIU ____ .---_._2141.49: N n winoirm .piilillehrd.. once a week for four. oonaeetitlva
Chairman of the ComI limited. proposal such An Important part of the grnnral' I Fine and Porfi-ltiire Fund County 8unerlntenilnntTo .', .k. In the Itratlfurd. County T0linrraih.. *
I mittee, Mr. Green of Iowa and the as the Mellon plan or weevil control Is i Pittance Murrh I. 1I>2* _On' ________. 1\11.11 nowapaper publiiilied 'In aunl. County and
plan, whatever the intention, is In its I good farm K.>ii>It>.trt durlnir mnnth _-_ ___________ $5.05* I Mini.ThI.
Republican floor leader ing. That may b" practiced PlHhurx'nu'ntji" Cure March.
Mr. Long- effect fraud by every durlnir month ..-*--_- 91.47 a Cold 'In Onn Dny Mlh 1034.O. .

; worth of Ohio announced in advance of a on the tens of millions i farmer and will help very much. It I Miilnnr.April I. 111.14. : __ ___.__.____ 2".. a"ft. Take LAXATIVE' IIROMO QUININE': ('Tnbleta' 1 I Oral) w. ALprHMN.:
taxpayers suffering from far will pay even when there is *! fund atopa tnn I 'laiMIt' and Hi-iido.. "Im IIn.I... Clerk Circuit Court
that they opposed this feature of the heavier vII damage np wee. ,I Nalancu Mnrrh 1. IOU) _-_____._... 114.38IHplmrx I'"..ii, r'l rRovru, ; i 'i 1\-1 u ,i',ti..t uf D,. C. A. KNIOlirB.
Mellon ( burdens of taxes which the I or when tho weather R.U'141t15' ilrn5( Month .h____..._._. I Dwu'1' d"rl"
plan as a feasible legislativepropositon Mellon plan mll.kL'1 BPlrJpnJflK too, expensive! {or mi-nln DurinaMonth __...... -.--- I IJ M. jomi-/ :
; and further that deliberately refused to Ilillanci.' Alirtl I. lf>44. .____..__.._ 184.88 --- Solicit' for C.imi.lalnant.. H-ai.Ot-4-18
the touch. -
llulldln Fund U FKA/FK IATTOUNKY /I-
House itself twice rejected the Mel Pnlmr, ,. Mareh I. luSt __ _________._ 8.80 Ntmrn/ op'APi'iirATiov" Foil T\ Hum
lon Democrats stand for general] revision !- Hiles Cm eu in o to I. I)' vvlrmrry |{i-ri.ilM| Durlnff Month ---___.___...- ANIl I COUNSEM.OH -|I UMmi fn''nov *7i HP niK
plan--first when It substituted of the (Or"1 '. r'. I If .. I hlMbur*,i m..nl. Dunce' Month __.__.__ I (.KNKKAL: UTATinKS:

the Garner plan for the Mellon plan present outrageous tarlifseiicdule ., ., I,,"'", ::",...! V riHn"PAZO! >r-!0,17",;* Y ,. ., llalnnc.' April ()I. 1024 _____ _..___. LID AT LAW |I. .Nollre le heruby .1.... that R. O. Itelhee.
to the end rond I ,.
that both taxes l 'II i h in.' 1. .r. piirvheri'r" of of
.. . :. r ._::1' i.1. .,> :",,''nn... Mareh I. IS24 _____.__...... M7.00 I'OSTOFI-'rCK: lilT.MMNf. 170.3 ilal.il, Ills 7h! part day of ins Juno eertllleala..0\. *50.
'- ; l>.
-- .... .. .. ,nTr.nt...|. .. diirlnx. ..month..... ..___._.. -_.-_u__ 1075)1nali.mi ) "I ,.. IIW.
-- In
- -. --.- -.-------- -- -- -. .-. .--. -- -- ''.'- -..-..-_-.- ,noron... nontn-- ----.--- TA1S1V.. Jo'LA. '!'n._.... .:.:.....:..:......._.0!"l"-.or _...on. ? nlfl.....nd hft.
------ -- -' : >"April, I. 11121 .. ___ ..... '1 to IN. In 0'"
\ wu&f &ai '-- tlll.ll% -__ .__ ___ eordanee with law Raid <->.rtlfl ial..
< embraera
-- !> .1..... Fund I the
n-.lnn.-c' Mnrnh 1. 1024 ...__ __.._ Ta.IO 41ROEIJ FOIl( ptiiir/ .ir\i llr*>".,.. Durlnir' Month ___ ...--._...-.-. I I In Olroult ("ourt. Him.. of Hnr\tn\ Kluhlh /IVitii, I llnlf C'ninty of, Florida' ....wlll!
I r>ltibuiM! ",.'its Purlnir Month ____.-.. Juillclal. <:' .ulI. Urarlforil County In. Chun-. guarlor. Hie. U Tli. ll.ilf of 8nutheh
II",1, I. IB::t .______ __. dory.lna It JJ H 40 aaraa
u .. 7 ..oOHnlnnr. I I The ..1,' lanl. .
WId' ,. .. .......... Feud I I N. iTiMUolt., (Ii.. lKi.tn.iuit. ,. uf humir. aa* ,aite .
I Mareh I. 1"54 _______...__-_ 11t 50 I Coin lsInsni Juf I I F (I. I llniwn (vuih otrtirlinte In the mtina
rii <-. I din i %a. iruiU'.l.'
.. diirlnn month -- ____...__ tl.OO Mont { I hut 15 ea il aertlfleate, i
Itnriatt, ahall he
'iMir reifnante.i
m.'nte .
Afonth ..._... .
: ari'oriliiin tu law Ian it.... .
.1 I
llalnnc. April I. IOU .... IltOIAerleelferal > Oefvnflant. 1 il.. will I. ". Ibar-run.
-- ------- on I uh day ut A .
Feed It nnuinrlnH by arTldavit, anprndeil to th.' WUnrm, my o/Tlolnl/ A/ml.:; .!> IIK4.
I llilannIWnnh' I. 1f>!24 ...__.-__..... MS bill Skit. In the shove elated. c.u.... that Mont UNI llth day ot Maroh ulicnalure A. D. and seal Ihla
rtrri-lp'4 Durlnv Month __.___-....... >lu..tt. the. ilefundant therein' numrd!, b a'I' <*. w. 11124.
flII'ir.m.nte' Durlnir' Month -. non-mlilnit' of the MIsS of 'KlorMn.' ''' anil hal f IS"al) Clark ALunnMAN. ,
Dulrincit April I I. 1024 I In u rmlilnnt of !I Circuit Court.
1.15April llapld City| Iflohliiitn. anil lal I 23, O. A. KNIOUr.
over the HM. of fcwvnty.one. .H-I4-BM-1I.
"",, "'.rd (" /ui'tf. I. IOU fiiro, ortliTHNl, that laid nnnreaUlvnt yi-are, II ilofendetit la tSj.ruI. I -- bupule) Clerk.NOTIClFfQ .

II'.'. of riorl..a ,to be nml it ".....b. rrqueiited to apiirar, to the ,P'i': CON11li.tCTOR: : : --

I Ii.i'.h" ....I'* the lie fors.In. .1.......... I befiiro I 1 bill' of eiimulalnl::: ; filed. : 'In .ajd enuite on t'F P t,. Healed bid will be .recHvad.
of the ..'.1"$ '. Monday, the ) of 1 by the Board
05 rilvburoMient if ,... I 111.14 1 'II".I/'n/: Mey A. I'. I U. Bond,' Pl'oslw' of Hrn.lf.. ,.1
... Cuunty.
r. n' the Plopilli.
stSna4 reus,. r... $5. o of al'l bill at the olfleo .
.netS aS uf thi
".,...h. I B24. ,la true anil eon-ret will be 'taken .. .nfMuvil by ..lI dufvndant. at Nt..' .,, eontanr of the oII..
In the rl'tiiiln
It l I. further, until 'l o'clock .... ..
hmt ", my k..I.. ...,. end hHlrfn .,,0"l' once a week iinl.r"fur !four that neil I. he piilillehi 5th. |ic'4, and at that I line pnbllely u.
w '.olOn.u: x. oonavcutKe' we"1"' fur .., ope
I In the ron-tructlnir or lmnr vlnK
llrnjfonl the
IRKAT. O..rV r'r.."lt TnntRrarf paiier! poblll....... In Cnunly eluurapli.). a nev>*- maile. ir ...ctln., .. ..I nnl' In /Jirmlfonl;) followln
caSt ... oountyl
.... County .1 3
Dr.aner Ibuid No ( .
8. \\M Avrll% Ind I US I. I II.I Slain n. a.l. II: to New ICI...
C A w'.iinri'napes I toiler lluaiO. Appro.lmat '
a. W. length ,.*
AI.mrII\I\N. mllne.Road.
Moo" I Mesh"
-- Clerk (;1.1 Court. 1'1.' .. 20. no,... N... I to Sampson
A,.." I. Vl2 1. A. RRBKN.: th'puly Clerk. Itoiid. 1 N.... I Ii i. Mini. Rimil I II to Road NO.I.tsi .
Report of .*. ("i.' rlr ot the "' ....", f>u.t Mollultjir! fir Comolalnant. 4-4.fit.A-2 1. ft_ :" !:'.' "!_" l..n"lh 3.' mil....
'In anil ><*r Rri"foiM ('."n'.. "In"". ,. on ae.inunt ,I. .u.... ow. ""I'n.lon. .t...... N.., to R.I of tsl.u ......... for 55 e rasP 1025. NOTICE urAPUIc'ATm; roil --- / djeh: Aiiprothnale: :Itfnath lI. ndlea.:
K. W. FTATr TAX pRhii Nu Jl. Koad N.I. Itnail fIts t
HKCTIO.N tit 'Rxlencli.n' .
Tee (".11._,, Apurotlmnte lentftl/ 1.7 mil...
To tni, '.,01 disnt'- or TUB CKNfclMt. SfATUTKB I lOad.1 N.I l I' Himd No. I to bun's Urlilv*.
zc 5 Dlt rt Atiimxlmate' | lenitth ..11 mllee..
('."te 1'...... Hrrohy notice I .
la 11".1of. .
given that II. II. SmIth' ') I 17. IMad 1'1.' .. I to New'
Mnrrh I to bel. duo ____ ... purehaner of tax tale 1, Road I Hope
------ .a4K U-I certlllcat." numbered> I I o\1.p.'m.' lenuth 2.8 mil .
Hy amoun, .enllrvte .*. .___h h___ 219.06_;I rwiM.ollv.lr' 104. 'lit. I 117. IIK. I Ill. 12"'). 121., Iload Nu 14 t.xleneion.; Stele Uuail* 13 la
lit. 12:1.: 124. Ut. Ut. II?. UK.: I.'J. I Clay county line.
1.10.' Aiiproilmate
Idl.I '
April I I. bill 182. 131 114. ,..... ; leniith, I.I
An du---------- (22S.91 1 I .1 by the lieu e.,". EceptenaiVa1Iue Flae sad Ferfrltere Hrailfunl a..unty.. Klorlda. 8al.l ...rtlllc.to.oI I 'If.ad No M fined No.
!Murrh I 'n h.' Hue. ... q __ --. 71l( 5'''I 104 and lOti b.''in", dated AUK. 2ml A. II. 1541 .4 ptiriMlmate lenirth 421 mil II...to Road No. T.

n .ml rollneteilr. . .'. _. 'n 12: I 'and inl'l, rertlflraMi 117. IIX. 110. UO.: 121, ,IC...., No *J. K<.ad. No. 13 to Wllllaina'
lit 1 .
US. 124 U5. U6 Ul. UH. IJO. ti''), 131, Aii ... It April, I t.. bal. due ___.. IIV.: ll'l: : and 114 .; dated July 4th; A.' 0. The total' li-nirtha
technical -3..9..8( I of t'-' .
requires ... .
no knowledge of automobiles to appre- faoftr ..... ..4 .....- 1021. and have "'..1 eald eifrtitti-atea In my, p...."".'..|y Bl .'A mil... |rojn t l {I. .po
date the MareS I to hal! ..... ofTr) and hava made appl'aatlon' fur tax deed The total
outstanding value ---------.1'8 (' :: : : riuantltlra of tha '
of ,
the Ford Touring Car. Ry mnt rnllnrtoil to iMiie In areonlanite with the ,la Itema on whIch
.. _-.- 17101. Raid, ...tII..t., .. reepmitlvely .mb'* .... the, I fill.rn"Iowa"" I IC are; ,,1..1.( ... are ."lIroxl"! ...', aa

Not only is it the lowest priced April I ,.. hut rliie -_,_.- .,.787'1: In'.ln'. ,? ,lamia In llradford. "'un'.. Klorlda' '1...,,,.. and' irnibblnif, 1 147 S
five-passenger car on the nmeten,. ........... PeaS eertlncatee ts..ewI at In the date of the laauance of ..... fjieavatiun. B6910 euhie ,...... Here

market, but it is also a car that costs little to operate little a Manh,. I tn hut l due _- _-_...4TI. 44 I after iiartletiUrly'S. sat nam-e forth rmpeellvely to-wltl( herein' fUtad maenlne .rsdln,. 14/11/ etatlona.'
amt rolleeunl .
t to keep in condition and has .. 197.112April t Certificate' No. 104 .mh..... '.ot 7 of Hlk.' \ IIo.t' mei-hlne iirailln. ,* ("'.ntl..I./ aeetlonm )
an unusually high resale 1 'Lota .tatjou.
V. 4 *
value M of Illk.( 25 Lois I. *.
I < 4. .
bal. Hue ..
> .4 ll..4> ". 10. 12 Hlk : llntreatofl plllnir M2 Iln. fl.
alter years of service. "n..., ol I'l') Lola 2. 4. i. of Ulk, : 31 l/ntraateil
lebasi 4k Lota 2 3. >. 5. itruetural limber
|Marsh 7. fl. It. 10. II of Hlk. al *. 131.6 M.
I t. .
kal I (
----------------15517.01 41 Lata a. S. :,1IU4) ru yd.
All Ford Can are eolj on convenient deferred _.. By arat olleet..l. .-.. 410.11; Illk 44 A. ,..... S, 3 of Hlk' 2* 4k.4.Lola S. 4.2. 7.1, N 8., of 0, I Iln te of overhaul I SOU unite.
be or 1. a, Of 44 Lota 2. Mum and ehaiiinif sanS ....
mar purchased under the Ford Weekly Purdue Plan. I April I '0 hal' die< -- u .. -,.---.nH7.13 I '. 4 .}>ta, 7, X. II. 10.I. II.. ai2 of* Hlk.Kraal: 47 lots A ;' 25 01(1) eu ,da.I clay .ur' ,

Ceaaty Pelle all Bin 10. .4 In New' Rlfer. 5... mod pipe ...''n,... IU3 Iln. ft.
I, Mc,'.,. I 'In ;1.51.; l Hue -- .-. ... '*1M, *. 8. R 20 1;.. ....'..... Emil Mitchell.' 23-24. Tp. j IH Inrh pliw .ulv...... 7J Iln. ft.
Ry ami mllceto.1 Cert.(Irate No. I"* embracre ,..... I. 2, 1. 44 mrS PIIM ul-erU. SJ4 Iln. ft.
I : 8.I of Blk. 10 In New River H.. 21. Tp 4.// All' work' to be dune In .......Ia... with
n/zanJA' I lAt.rll I t.. hal due 7"l.00 t 8. It SO a.. aaee.*.,. U.",. C...... ,the plane and 'Inatruetlnna. ceneral pravtoloria*
Total. ... .. CertiHeate No. *preial, ,
.10 | Ill embrace lola 2 of pruvlalone. .panIil.atlom. anil propaafil,
Detroit, Michigan 'Wareh" I t.. hal d... .-.HfllTOI Rlk, 24 In New River Dee. 23: Tp. .. 8. : 20 I .and eontraat of Uradford, ..ounl,..
By .mt. enllcetMl. Jl'.00 1 K. D. W. A. ,I. W. flnhnleter. Each: bl.l, meat be acenropanled by

See the Nearest Authorized Ford Dealer I April I !"> "hal rf>li> 12795.51 ,N.Certificate.r .River, 8-1'1..' >... Ill 23-24.emliraOM Tp. 6.Fraol 8. R.Illk.20 4 E.i In: I ,akin' ertlrtml' in r.h-.k Matthee/a.nr : tdddera':' halrman bond" ,maila Hoard. pay of a

'T.l.I Sub Kekeel R4t BBmvfiunknown.. '"35.nd Truefrai, for live .
Murrh I '.. hal AM -.-5555.77 "'.rtille... No. 119 embrace. Lots f. I of :L d j i.I. aa .. ,'.'.. of .IHMI.I percent faith .11M an.1 amoqnt..
Ry ami' <-..11.
). I April I tr bal. due .. ------u-8.s.U_ AN: EXI1ll.AR1TIG EFFECT .I b1..||./ld rwtuirwl..r will ......ua. the ....1..*I>and Contract.1.. .Solid UW

1...4 asS Hridc* Bea4 Peed A bottle of HriljiriD on the Iii-f! The right .la reaerverl' to .
at rvjeet an* all
Mareh I f". hal due _. I II homo ,hlila or
t..1I fl H < in like and to aonatrutft
--- -------- having n tortnr in the any or all ur areS.
I By amt ralleeta ______._ _-._- __ -. 774 H all the tm! .. It givr-a instant r-liof house witCh, deal.lt I Portloaa.. of thaae rust.. .. the Hoard wee
: at
) > any Ume
prior .
to .
April$ I It. hal. doe .IJ2n4.10 tht ;
Wldee -I'.; ;i-; I Uiwi-M fail ,' I'lana
Feed t March I to hal due. .._______ _.____. HIM all that in is ofYiee of trie County Entf.neer.may and Men at the
CARS By amt cnlleeted ____._____.__ __ _u 21.(") I fun and tircmmry to start thicK. misc- i I i the: be obtained from eaplea ef
= : taa
TRUCKS TRACTORS i' : restore that firm f.t-lini of rxhilM .. =I'"r".I.r: at li ID

C Apr,' I to hal due. ----. --- 7'22.41 :1?I.errition' and luioynrir-r of nnla. which) !,. April S.tU.. per 551.7.

.. J n w ALrmiMAN. i {I lunl 4 only to jicrloct Lukltb. I'H'-o 6O R. 9. arTTJllwS.! *.
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SCHOOL BOARD-.DIST. No. ITh. !have taught school for five yeah I am
I firteby\ that J ama MEMBER
the votera
I to
Roswell Ward, of! Tampa, is spending '.Dance Saturday Evcnjng I ear>4ldata annnnco for the office of county coramis- frfends of Rav. L W. Ktckliter ask for I familiar with all the affairs of school. work.
Bradford Goualye1'cle B ]1l1 hero" Thomas: -I ....n... Uistrtat No. 3. If elected to this. his ,...,laetJon aa a member of the Hoard of 1 1 solicit the vote ,cvory Democrat In the..
1! | sometime ; r. + f. i f Mj1// .and Mrs. H. E. enter -i>rrice I |il..l... my best efforts at all time 1'ublla Instruction for district No. 1 of Bradford held of thodutIeof June Srd. I inathfudlacknrae ..

-. ;:. _._--- ., Mr. and Mrs. L. Morgan motoredto \tinoif with it dance Sa't&nluyI'.ght! ..to th. l.ur.1.. of the coi-nty J. W. I !.EVATT., most county.satisfaction Mr.during Klcklltor tba has,several given terms the ut he i 1C elected.: Respectfully, submitted.,

Sampson\ $undav.( Dancing ?* 'enjoyed until a late : has ttKrri. .on the board and we* <*>a lden Published l we1Ify l fend{ entered as: I 1 Gi lcB .ofDiidA! City spent Wok' COI'NTV CO. IIf: !nOM'K': 1>181. I to the Interest of the voters aifU tba county -
M. L. (, hour. Amo'ng those present. were .lf a candldkl ihrt bis lervitts epntmusd. i 11I'p lIIlite! IL IIOARJ-DIST. N. I
1 fajrebr unnounov mya "
second clasiTWatter, at the POlllt of Use Vvjok here.I I : fot 6 OommiMtonvr. Dl I triot No. Isemiprklnir ,1.T. MAN 81e arype nurtwlf a candidate fur
part Misses 3tan, And New
at Siar Itbrida.E. Hugh Butipr tfronby was a visItor : Florence and Stella'Mao Ward OHu and ctTloftnfc perform. *' j I SwiDJSMti'iKanil elected 1 promise. a faithful
jilIlri -t- ,__,I, ed I promlaa a faitrJul will MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD- ..? '! dischanre of the duties ot the office to the
: .Our' to New nivflr! Saturday. and OrabelU Stellcy, Linnie Parker. I .n.work of ntwast th* duties for the of bat th intanMU uema ud of tliantJr I hereby announce that I am a candldnte best of my ability I solicit the vote ot every
B.: MATTHEW.- ; 1 Mina Eunie Ilnzen motored tHuiupton < Ilhoda Brown Messrs. Royce Game; county. Re0pcct/uUy. for member of the school board. District No. I Democrat In the primary to be L.held J.June 3rd
ROBINSON.: ..Managing Ealto:,. afternoon. I A. B SURRENCV 2-j: 1 was raised on a farm at Graham and I R J. C. Saturday Roswell and Orville Ward Llvlngstoi .

E. S. Gainey, of Plant City spent and Wilson RODS, Casey and Carrol i ---- -- ------ ---
FRIDAY ----- -- -
EVERY relatives. --- -----------
PUBLISHED the wcuk-und here with Atkinsqn and several others. -

-. -- O. G. Strayhorne of Waldo, was I -w a :

SUBSCRIPTION RATS l the guest of friends here Sunday. tt. Y. P. U. Program at State }Fan
Henry Shaw and A. L. Green were I _

,Per Year .-. $1.60 visitors to Starke Friday morntng. I I' The Brooker B. Y. P. U. motored I In the

Months 75c Mr. and ," Mrs. Frank Thomaa, of I II to Uaiford Sunday and gave a
Six '
I I at the State Farm. Among H./VRDVWVRE
Stark, were visitors here Sunday '1 program ,
Misses Loreni now
Rev. Woods of Starke, attended those went were

I 1 church here Saturday and Sunday. Ella Mae and Opal Ilaan; Cufite I "I II

Mana and Leila Mae Andrew,
I Floyd Wiggins and Chester An Oliver
1 t Florence and Stella Mae Won;
1rcdws visitor
of New River were
Messrs. Livingston and Buddy Rus,;, I
r here Sunday.
.r' 11. Mr. Small Royce Gainey Carroll :Atkmsoi ,
Brooker, April -- .......... :-.
Wiggins and -
: Chester Andrews Floyd '
: .
0 ...
visitor her _
wdofGeorgia, was a e. ... .. \
O. S. Strayhorne, bird G.. B. Colsoi -., ...-. .. .... ,
of week.
; last
:Sunday ''

I I II Mitscs Hazel Middleton an() holster Mrs. T. Mr.P. Ward and. ,Mrs.Mrs.L.A.A. J.Brow Pit 'ntIlll W j \t II IINI I RWIIIIQ3ffUT1UlifU! [ VANIMQiI.' ::._, :All Footsteps

of the
Virginia Weeks Starke, spent I o
relatives. and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Haztn ; e,1 4. -IS.
I woc'k-end here with .

." No. 1064 I Air. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan, 1Ir.and L (:). Lead ToDeWitt
[ B .
In IJatinna! Ililhw'\Y
(Membership Mrs. !I. P. Gainey attended 0
Association) Poiliicjl Announcements
'church at New Hope Saturday. -0

I Miss Stellamae Ward has resumed* 0
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C. Jones
d I II charge of the switchboard here and FOR STATE SEATO o
A FIGHT FORAlthouffh I I To the Uemoeratis eluctora at Flftecnl
FI.OHlSTU.WIU.IWI.S: we are aanured of good service. Senatorial l>ulriot of frlurtilal I 1 reapectfuly ,
I I solicit your upixirt fur renomlnalion i'"
I S. M. Mott has gone to Valdosta, dune unary aa your slate ..uau. >r fur sadistrict.

it Renernlly; known that Ga., to be present at the funeral of which, embraces toe counties. ut Bra,r. i and !
lord and Union. 0. 10: H.MOH These are the days of overhauling, repairing and improving homes property. 1
i Florida produces no very many gotling ldI his brother-in-law, Leander Prevail.

t $, and in abnrdanro\ usualli | News was received here Saturda; announce By the request myself of m* many a candidate friend, for I b.rob.tl. And at such times all footsteps; lead to a hardware store. In Starke the meccais i

I anyone'would imairlno that of the death of L. Prevatt who wa Senate from Bradford and Union eountie.. ., .
hardly I subject to the n of the Itomocraliprimary at this Where stocks have been assembled to supply
: store complete your every
'n"t !
peoples would riot and light tu |In i accidentally killed Friday afternoonHis of 3. 111 4. 1 nepeettull ?

I ness them. But that's vfliat, some many friends here sympathize solicit promise' the that vote 1 will of renUur every voter true and and failnfipervtee hereto j need. ? v .
people in Nov York did I rerentlj I with the bereaved ones. for the people whom 1 represent. I
About strawberries t.,.,; Ih.,"- ir- i| Party at E. J. Lewi -- --- \1

E nocent, sweet little things tha :, A'surprise party was given at the 1 FOR hereby SUPERVISOR announce that OF REGISTRATION 1 am a .eandidat For the Farm For' the Home Owner

generally are conducive to joy anthankfulness. I home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewii for re-etaetUm to the olfiest or supervisor of.
reiilatrstion. If I am re-elected 1 .hall COB
For fear, however, Tuesday night., Games were enjoyed to Hive my very best .'(orta toweresrryinic A complete line of farm machinery Start to improve and beautify :
; now
that the Times-Union may be accuell! until a late hour. Among them e out th. tlutka of the oUloe. Rmp.rllolly -.

of excessive glorifying in thlJ I present were Misses Mana and LeilaIMae _. C. A. I NkH'IFOR seed," fertilizer, harness, measures and your home. Builders'and shelf hard

ojbyableress; of Florida( strawberrle Andrew Florence and Stella Mae 1 hereby REPRESEN'TATIVB-CROtIP announce myself as a eandidat ONE tools of all kind have been bought at'a ware of all kind. Lawn-mowers hose,
of the would-b I.. one for nomination for the eitice orepresentative !
and the intense desire group
Pinholster Messrs
i Ward, Lubcdia .
; in the legislature from Bradford low level and and flower seed. Garden tools ;
new priced accordingly. garden
consumers to get them, let the Nev action oil
: Orville Ward, Livingston and Buddy county eubjuvt: to the a thUemoaratio

Orleans Times-PI<:ayune tell the stor; I HUBs, Lesley and Dave Green and 1 respectfully primary:solicit to be the hold support June oru.of lul aU No matter what you want...look'FIRSTat paints brushes varnishes and wall paper.

t 1 which it recently published in its others. Democratic votsrs and If elected, promt' .
many faithful and this store. Prices are reasonable.
conscientious very very
1 editorial columns.! The New Orleans: :trr"A. JOHNS I
under the heading: "A I -
Strawberry Riot," says: I I hereby announce myself sa a candidati.
for a member of the Mouse of Raprat.nlaueetrym
"Jtfew York hnd a shortcake riot \ Bradford County frla., group No. Itsubject
: .; It's Not One Day Too Earls
last Wednesday, according to the< rENT-A-\VORD I I I to earneitly the Demoeratia couch the primary support of June of thivoter ttIUJ4.

Herald-Tribune, oil because Florida In h..0ming primary. U elected 1 I''
I .. to work for the best interest of UraoV
had fallen down on her Job and had ,, ford county and th. elate of loiUla.' Ksp.ct'ully. DeWITt
supplied! no strawberries for one of / ( W. O. DUVA&.L. C. JONES

\ 1 the large after.the-thenter restau FOB COUNTY JULMiB: .
j 1 hereby announce myself a candidate foe
)I. rants. It appears ,that shortcak Ihe office. of County Judire at Bradford scant '

\ manufactured from, the fruit that FOR RENT-Three furnished rooms, Ihe/. terms I refer I have the votera held this to office my record In the during past I I Starke Florida

:.J made Tan ipahoa famous has take with toilet and bath. Apply W. E. and I earnestly solicit their support at the
BomlnK primary. If elected 1 promise to
' I the place of lobster as a midnight refreshment Daugherty, Starke. It* discharge the deities of the offiee to she beat
q and the Johnnies play the >f my ability according to law and withour
! sr or favors iGEO. A. OARPI EK.
d game wide open in the matter of FOR RENT-Furnished rooms with !, -

I' I j I price berries at a dollar a box and modern conveniences, suitable for I hereby, announce FOB BHBRIFF myself a candidate for

! upward being freely purchased. I 11 light housekeeping. lbS.. F. promise Shade' of efficient Bradford administration aunty and ot U the elected sber-I

I they are to be had at all. On the Ham rick. it. Ira\ oftl_ 1 stand for law enforcement. 1m
.. squally applied to one and all withoai tarter "
night in question the shortcake fan ''OUND-One broadaxe, on et's favor. 1 shall appreelate the support of
Jie voter at the Drimary. .
so insistent that the restaurant JaD'w
grew Monday. Owner can have same by W. Y. ( aDS.

1 manager had to take safety In flight." Identifying and paying for this ad. hereby. announce myself a candidate for

Seemingly there's nothing to be Telegraph office. It re-election to the. office of Sheriff of Bradford
unty. If re-elected I will, as In the past,
done about this matter. It isn't a
(pars no pains la the full. discharge of all the
fight of the character that can be referred FOR SALE-CoMplete outfit for lutles of the office. and I earnestly solicit the

J J to the League of Nations al'l.1 I II making cement building blocks at lupport. of the, voters_at the W. ensuing J. EfPEKdON.primery.Respectfully TOO LATE! TOO LATE!

I t it isn't even much of a case to take to half original cost. C. L. Peek. I hereby announce myself as a eandldaU'or .

court. The only thing that seems 4-4-tf sheriff. / of Bradford county. 1 ana well
I uuiualnted with th. duties! of the office andiromlse.
practical to do Is for Florida strawberry If elected to discharge. them to theitmost
I FOR SALE-Truck in good condition,
of my ability with equal J..Ueee
I growers around Plant City Belf-etarter, electric lights cab all. 1 earnestly solicit the support of theoters ,
Starke and Klssimmee and wherever at the ensuing primary
f and body. Price $375.00. See A. B. ALVAREZ.
.:.. _
.strawberries are produced, grow -
JI. Stern's Garage. 4-4-2t FOR CLEHK: OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
'1 :.. more of this much-desired! fruit, so 1 hereby announce myself a. candidate for
that the supply will be equal to the FOR SALE A few beautiful! ..e-electlon to the office of Clerk of the. Clr- "
,': oil ...rt of Bradford county subject to the "Too late to plant a crop now. How come "Too Late? It is NOT
V demand so there will be no shortage) marked Rhod. Island Cockrtls .Clio., of the voter at the coming primary.urn. .
ftrti. I appreciate the duties, of this Im-
of strawberries for shortcake thus for sale at two fifty. They are as ortant office, but f..1hat 1 am qualieudn t late. Plenty of time to make a good but IT is "Too Late" to
I avoiding. Inducement to riots and good as the best. Mrs. T. i.. Wain- discharge them. Having served the pub crop yet,
lIa before, the voters are well able to judgeto
other social disorders, as in New wright Lawtey Fla. 3-28-3t .a my fitness for the office, and if they.
York. The Times-Picayune suggests .;., hmee fftclent. to service.elect m.Your. 1 support promise' Is faithful reipectful-and. be a quitter. Lots of time yet to plant corn and _beans and okra and peas

this line but for : FOR SALE Townsend's Maryland :solicited.. G. W. ALULHMAN.
something along -
Louisiana strawberry growers when Grown Strawberry Plants the kind LI'BKINTENDBNT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION and sweet potatoes. Some time yet to plant Irish potatoes Lots of f folks?

r, it says: that grow and produce results. See ..elation J hereby to ennounee the oil,..myself of county a candidate superinten for setting tomato plants. It is time to set plants for strawberry and
"Now the point of the story, insofar 0. C. Cady, our local agent for pri- duRt of school of Bradford eounty. subject to runners prospects -
'h. primary on Jun. Ird. I prom l.. If nom
as It affects us, is that the cesE.. W. Townsend & Sons Co.,, elected to perform the duties l.t
put forward In his own Salisbury, Md. 3-14-St 10 'Jrl\. the beet of my :ability. 1 were never better. Try to make good on the labor and fertilizer already -
manager M vote of every voter In the county. Re.welfully
defense the announcement that by : submitted. H. B. WIGGINS. I

I .April 1 the first shipments straight COLORED LABORERS WANTED- FOR TAX: ASSESSOR put out. .

, : from Tangipahoa of the fine 6,000 colored laborers can find workat 1 am a candidate' for nomination to the 01ft. I

( J Louisiana berries would arrive. Hastings Florida, April 14 to lunty oe of and eounty. respectfully assessor of solicit taxes your of eooperaon Bradford. We have fertilizer to suit every crop. Conditions HAVE been discouraging -

, Thenceforth not a soul having the June 1, harvesting potato crop. and support In the Democratic primaryladen

a j I price will be forced to go shortcalfe- I Good pay and free sleeping .that 1 deeply to be held appreciate. June t, the l>24.confidence*"1 assure and you but every worth while thing has been done in spite of discouragements. .

.ipport have given me la the pest and
I quarters. Don't write, come ready you
less In all Gotham.
t.rust tlta'FI.I&I record may have youffppraval
for work. Work for the whole for another term. Reepeotfully,
In of what is suggest I & SSZ1Z
N. D. W A JN WRIGHT. .. _
ed by the New Orleans newspaper it I family. 4-4-3t ,
I I hereby. announce myself as a candidate
is evident that some sort of concerted I for the office of lag aaeeeser *f Bradfordmaty
r action other than through the lubject to the action ..f the Demo- We have plenty of crates and good cups of the very best quality. We
atle voters at the primary June I 1914.
League of Nations. U In order to the eeted I premise to faithfully perform the
: ewe: correct have tools harness and feeds. A of choice
end that in the future strawberryriots THE itiee word of of the all work office connected keeping a th.r HAILTOR car splendid timothy hay just un- .

he averted. Since the ::psttfully.I A. A.
may loaded Prices low. All kinds of feeds and the
League of Nations docs not bother TAX COLLECTOst prices} are right. Our line
1 hereby ......- .. th publl the* I ass
I with practical things it seems in eaadldat .far re-eleettoo to ta. *Tle. of of fruits and is the best.
groceries vegetables
order for Florida and Louisiana to I runty tax collector. ..ubJIe tn.. will WM ,
TelegraphNOW ,,, people at the coming Democratic primaryeetfon
form a league for the sole purpose to be .held June 8. J I4- fVematlasr.reeleeted .

of keeping New York Johnnies and .\I
others tuplied with all the strawberries will appreciate your vote. Sineersly, .

I their longings or their interior I .hereby. _-myself; a candidate for. out-of-town orders are taken care of promptly. We are here to
i and thus
departments demand .
the sew of tax eolleetor of Bradford eoMty.eollert
la.+' avert riots In the future. 1 th. sapport .f th* .soar .f the *eene> serve. Yours to help _
\Jr. aa4 If elected 1 promise a faithful .
Of course Florida has the first call large of the dutfea. .t said offl**. Respect.

In the matter of seasonal production ;:illy eubmltted. B. M. POWUNq '

.. but Louisiana it i a close second and COUNTY COMMI881ONBB-DI8T. Ne. I '
I kereoy" aasoenee myself. a eaaulldat for
an important ally for the keeping of -elect. .10.lie office of county emssJ-
what might be designated the >ner for Distrtet No. 1. La...." If re-deete4
I will gin the cam careful and coaacientloa
strawberry peae*_Times-Union. $1.50$ \tentloci to th. duties of the offiee aa I have
la thepack. LOUIS B. HILL. ,

I hereby annoone myself. a candidate. for
I iteelion for county eommbeloeier rrDtatriet !
No. .. If reeltuted I will coatinee I
J. C. Cone motored to Lawtey Tuesday. rtvtas the district and asap. the) best
A YEARubscribe :oarvtM of which I am .......... Reepsetrollyomitted.
.... J. ... BROWNLE
l+ Is R.< GaIney motored to Starke ,
Friday. 1 FOB hereby __.. thai- I am a .....1.....
1 >*_A. A. Hassn motored to Hellbronn I re. asemty' eeeamlacUmer. Distrtet Hew .. Jv
I... seind the seats' aa a rmt..e tin
..'.:' eaday. ird and *ea willing '* be Jodired by my reeL -
.... U clesterl I promise. Jaltaful aad eeecHtfM .
Now' ; eervise .. the dates of the sets..p.atl.ly. .
.I I ... J. L. UMDIBIOU :tiy


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