Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 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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TOTAL START MAY 1st. Twenty-ninth bridge on the highway between I ;

REPORT Bradford anti Alachun counties has SEN. UNDERWOOD\ :
The undersigned merchants and Of The Bradford High reached a stage of completion where ,:

of truffle.Motorists
ta close it will allow tho passage
have agreed
CROP DAMAGE business men each Thurs -- to Waldo and points beyond
of business FOR '
their places
Kathleen Knox, chairman of tho have been forced to detour b> liru-\
1 m. exercises .
at commencement
afternoon p. annual ;
.day The 29th Isabel Fernan weeks during tin :
Thursday, May lux und ending Bradford county high, Rushing! Committee- ham for'!: several
40PERCENT.SOME with of the
I I the
28th. Several and dez. building operations, and durin t
with Thursday, Auuuit will begin Sunday evening
school Lois STATE TO
Freshman- almost ini-
a the road was:
not were n.>t evening.All The Imp, recent rains
do Tuesday
I. whose\ names appear .I! continue through; to Edwards. in places. \ MEET IN JAX. APRIL 29Every
seen when the petition was circulate exercises will be held at school (passable ,'
conscienceLaurn -I
DAMAGED Intention Elliot with a
Emily ,
their -
and have since *,i'?mftcd and will begin promptlyat CO.' ).1
auditorium :
PERCENT. each Wynn IU> Living Member of Underwood r
AS HIGH AS 75 to 'lose .holr; srcres en eight o'clock. -J-;;;. ;; for literature -
this 1 .., a maid with a taste \ Slate Committee of 1912 Sign .f

For Thursday. Hoover The commencement sermon -Claudia Terry. A deal was consummated last week the Call :,
Rains Responsible V. .::-i-ternb !, W. E.
F. Stump Rev.
Recent F. by of become ..
Variety year will be preached :Mm. If town, step-mother whereby Mr. R. D. Bowers I.
and Starka
Heavy Losses in Alachua Bros., Bank of pastor of tho Christian Hossier. the Puul Tiro Sales Co, )
Dougherty of
.1. :M. Alvarez, I Douglass Brown- solo owner Tampa, April 18.-Tho living
South Kickliter,
Other J. F. be furnished! bya
Market, will \
Music out
I selling
S. F. Hamrick i church. v Theta Phi Girls: Mr. W. El.: Yarborough 'members now residing. in Florida of
F. A. Crowder, choir selected from the different'. Wood. in the business to 1
Price-Grace half Interest
: his Committee
County I Polly State Campaign
the office Bradford I'tho Underwood
Complete reports reaching \J. W. White & Son, churches of the town and by the high rnest.--Blatric8 Bullen.
II. O. Ms- Jones, S. L. Alvarez, Elsa of 1912) in addition to issuing '
C. him.This
of Superintendent Bank, D. City school Glee Club. Marjorie ArnoldThelnuSnell.- company makes a specialty of below have sent a .
Atlantic Coast Liws, Furniture Co., u call as printed ,

Arthur, of the the damage to the /eget.ble \Green Cove Shop, A. M. Darby, F. C. Monday evening the services will\grove. I high grade tires and tubes at rensoniible -\cordial Invitation to every candidate

concerning Barber school play, given Rosa Lcviton. anti since its opening: hils
in his district by the heavy Hollingsworth, F. ,G. Hemingway, consist of a high title Marie Swift- I II prices, I for delegate, both state and district I
crops schol department. The Bruce Fanny Darby. done good business supplyingmotorists '
40 by high Molly a I who has qualified with the Secretaryof

rains, ehow that approximately will be lost.jJercent. I S. R Johns.JOY I'of play is "At the End of the Rainbow" I Tuesday evenin! the graduating their need I State to be present.

of the crop with college held. The!
deals will be
the play exercises
and class members of
the dam.10 The undersigned were
In the Alachua section while in RIDERS'LIZZIE life. The characters are as follows: commencement address will be given! I tho Underwood State, Committee of
cent., :
at 25'per OF ROCK
Is estimated I and ]LAYING "
Hamilton vice-president
Lake section the damage Robert Preston, a lawyer by I Flordla In 1912. Every other member -

the Orange to be about 60 per cent. Ritch. professor of English in the unlver-I\,\ of that committee Is now dead or hm

U reported also states that the BALKS Douglass Brown, a football playerFrank sity of Florida. Dr. Fare is SOUTH moved his realdenfo, \ from the tato.
report BEGUN
' This name and cabbage crops are .bout Carpenter.Dick cellent speaker! and no doubt, as on I Both before and continuously

lettuce cucumber crop will Preston, the groom--Gerald previous occasions, will greatly pleasehis nincp\ 11)12, Oscar W. Underwood hmbeen
off, and that failure, and that the ATJUMPINGSAMPSON Middleton. I audience. The diplomas wlU bupresented I the outstanding Democrat In
be almost a .

II. 0. Wiggins, superintendent
"Hawkins the by OFJTARKE Congress. HH
is also cut short. Some Stanley Palmer, the United States!

melon of the crop farmers in that section are butler"-Hugh Brownlee, Jr. of public instruction! for \ I; work as Democratic loader in tho

LEAVE captain of the Bradford county. house laid the foundation for thaDemocratic
states the report. CITY TRIO Ted Whitney, i
planting over, and friends of tho NORTHTO \
greatest Joo Thomas. patrons ROCK victory of 1912. An
of the team-
Center Hill, one RAILROAD DITCH varsity to !
invited IIIpn'MNlt
bean sections of Florida, reports that CAR IN Jack Austin, Preston's secretary school are cordially No OLD CONVICT CAMP Democratic leader, his legislative
the exercises.
at each of I
forward the reforms -
work in carrying
in half. Long.
the crop there is cut Alleged to Have Taken Car Belonging ward of Preston charge will bo made at any of the Will Bo Moved the Democratic
Ocala there are not many Marion Dayton, a I.oadniH Equipment achieved by
Around to \ often '
Smith-Attempt exercises except a small charge I
to Hogan Peggy Branch under the leadership of Woodrow -
beans planted and the tomato crop Another Car -Iris Epperson. evening. This to Siding on party '

will be only cut short 20 to 30 per Tires Off Nellie Preston, the bride-Mary cents Monday 'the 1'or First KittlouMotidiiy Wilson, was second to none. lie
made to defray
charge is
of the
are approximately 1,600 started at Boyer. \ U the greatest living exponent
cent. There ride that together
midnight joy of tho speaker
that A Mills Gray- expenses started on the of the pumocrntlaparty.
acres of tomatoes planted in and ended in Starke Louise Ross, known as Any work was historic principles

the report. Sampson City exciting son-Eunice Perking. with necessary expenses. rock buno on the section of highwayleading I In 1012 the Democracy of
section, nays far more will bll placed to
: Friday night was football enthusiast amount remaining south from Sturka and rapid declared itself by direct vote '
The report'says that the potatoes figured on when Phyllis Lane, a Florldu { .
participants credit, of the library fund.
the the
than this i for
damagedabout Alderman. U being matte on favor of this great American
. in the Santa Fe district are "borrowed" a Ford sedan from Blanche progress: in
cent. they set forte to stretch. The equipment) for 1 loadingrock president of the United! 'States. >
4>u per citizen and
. Trenton is the only section reporting a Sampson while the moonshined". EASTER! SERVICES: ATMETHODIST on the trucks from the cu'u will Tho Democratic ,voters of Florida |j

\"makehay MAY 13th LAST DAYCANIllATES! CIIUItfH "Y" trucks on thVuree I called to express Uutir .
that does not show any damage. riders were fired at by tho CAN:' QUALIFYNumber be moved to tho are ignin on .

from there state that the I The joy when they refused to \ brunch of thu 1 Seaboard: and choice for president: In the primary
: is not hurt to any great extent, night marshal to make a getaway :No' The children of the Metholtlit': Sun. the trui-ks will operate from this on June llnl. We hereby call all ;
crop attempt Have
and that if the I II halt in an of County Offices out.as far all practical, when friends and supporters of Senator I
I despite the rains, he discovered them attempting day school !gave tho following beautiful ) point I
continues favornble, the after from the Announced Candidate, the louder will be moved to a nlillug Underwood throughout the state to
weather tires theKing"
I to remove both Caster program, "Worshiping ,I and the Auditorium
I Starke and Hampton Jacksonville In
isvery bright.Vortington F. Stump, parked in last day 11:00 between! meet in
I prospect flivver of F. May 13th is the last Sunday morning at
new Tuesday, understoodthat April
rnport that the road continued It Is of the Suminole Hotel on
Springs was
I \ his home, the ear for dlru tlim of Mrs.
of the
front candidate o'clocunder\
no tomatoes planted and ditch betweenMason'a one can qualify as a the!i road will he completed from ilth!! ut 11 o'clock 1m.., for thu
there are tho railroad A. /. Adkins, Miss
wrecked in E. Knight: Mrs.! ,
is delayed! his name appear on the Alnehuii county line forming an Underwood
I that the cucumber crop furniture store and hull'swarehuse I office and have Hilda Struth and Mrs.E. It. Neff: .Starke to purpose of I

about 15 dn1" :/*. and all three paldtheirrespects I, the ballot for the primary of June All Hail the Power of Jesus' before work will bo taken up again" State. Executive! Committee: und ti>

\ Lowell reports show that the Monday Song- on the stretch loading to Highland. upon such measures In theirjtiifgntent
: At I to the mayor in l cash agree
tomato crop is damaged about 25 percent court. I 3rd.To for Nam--chool.:: On tile road leading to Laweytho will probably place the
Mayor's announced
,1"1"f cub in half. afternoon in McNeil date no one has Prayer-Pastor. rock has teen completed to the of Senator Undarwoad bvfornthu
bean clainif
and the crop Nabb, John God .
I IiI' Messrs. Dogan commissioner, Holy, Holy,
.1 Holy, >
'"i'i office of county Song- and In a and result i In |
Webster reports about ret! Joe Williams, all of Sampson the I School. site of the old convict camp, voters of this state I r
cent. IOHS in the cucumber crop and arrested by Sheriff Epper) District No. 4; member of school Almighty- under tho smooth, hard suction of road. Within sending to the National Convention |,

,' about 50 per cent. in the beat crop. City,and were Deputy Baisden Saturday board, District No.2, and only one : Cradle Roll Mrs.department E. K. Pefryman. the tity limit craws are engaged a delegation who can be depended, ,I
The tomato crop is young .and is reported 1'son morning following the escapade. bond trustee- of the five to be elected, leadership of children by pastor In pouring the concrete curb. I upon to loyally support the choice ,
Baptism ex'f
to be in good shapo. tried in the Mayor's court one from each county commissioner'sdistricts. i I Iteuutiful and of th" Democracy of Florida as

Reddick reports a 90 per cent. tomato I They were afternoon on charges of disorderly The offices of Justice of I Chorus-All Things and chil MEMOKIAI DAY TOMOKItOW I pr KHed at tho polls on June 3rd. -|
crop and about two-thirds of a Monday conduct and were each fined the peace and constables for the different "air-I1y beginner Every: living member, of the ISM2:

and melons. not yet represented dren. the 2 crop of beans, cukes If the charges are pressed districts are Littlo Miss Tomorrow, April 'Un,&<'rwoo,1
2250. Solo Happiness -
,. At McIntosh the report states that they will also be tried in a higher in the announcement column. I Adkins.- IUt.morlalJuy\ and all over the South Florida has signed, this call

if weather conditions continue for the alleged removal of the Candidates who have announcedtheir Lola Chimes Marie the day" will to' observed by suitable : 'r.\t.! Shackleford, Jr., of Tampa;
court Lily -
is of candidacy for office should not (Juartette- exercises anti decoration of soldiers'! U. F. Mitchell, of J'ennacola) T. V.
favorable a normal crop Ford, sedan from the premises Brown, Lois Long, Leslie Biggs and 1 1EI
expected, although late. Cukes and Smith, of Sampson City, with- overlook filing their expense stateI Jr.Boys' Kravci./, The W. T. Weeks. Chapter. Moore, of Miami; Josiah Fcrrl. of
Hogan NefT
beans are reported cut 50 per cent. his permission and the attempted I ments between the dates set far filing. Hear the Bells- United Daughters of thu Confederacy, Orlando; W. J. Hlllmnn, of Live Oak;
out Quartette-
\ of tires from the car belongingto Failure to file statements as required Allan Long. have arranged for u suitable service M. L. Plymouth, of Lake City, J. D.Vaklnn .
theft Ernest Knight,
A LOVED MAN GONE \.by law disqualifies a candidate. The Paul Howz. tomorrow afternoon at two-thirty, at \ of Mlcunopy; F. II. McCormack -
: F. F. Stump. and Carroll '
Alvarez noticed the three filing periods are given b e l low: Thomas the Methodist church, Mrs. L. (!. of Live Oak; Ceo f\u.
Night Qfflcer O Worship the KingI-Sung '
). PrevattPasted.! Away the side street Statement to be filed between May Song- Powell, historian, in charge of program Butler, of West Palm Roach.
Mr. E. I strange car parked on by Mrs. Davis', Mrs. Adkins' and( Miss !
Tuesday Night \ decided to investigate. The sedan 4th and May Oth with Mrs. A. M. Darby director -

and the scene Statement to be filed between May Hilda Struth's classes. the of music, arid l Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, I E. S. Mathew coil George White,
hid his approach upon Song-Jesus Calls Us-By .
and May 2Cth chairman decorating committee. of Sturke, were transacting buslnuaxin
Mr. E. D. Prevatt peacefully passed until he was only a short distance 22nd Hfhool.Quartette.

'" away Tuesday night. For more thana I away, when he was discovered by Statement to be filed 'between June -Sometime, Somewhere The) service will bu opened) by Lawtey Tuesday. ,

week h'o had been confined tq his I apparently on watch and they 4th and June 13th. Matthew! Comer Long, Mrs. J. M. Brownloe, president of I'

home and for more than a year he I one made a dash for the sedan. Callingto Filing fee and tho filing of oath Eugene Hamilton Hitch ami Carlyle Ritch. \V. T.Veokn Chapter, U. D. C., and," METHODIST[ ,'

; hat given evidence of falling health. I them to halt he ran up and fired 1 and receipt for executive committee Bible Clans represented by Mrs. A. tho opening song I will bo "America. : Sunday Hc-hiiul.al 10 a. m. E. K.

thought started off. assessment not later than May 14th. Uev. L. U. Simpson will offer n
Tuesday he was the
and tar .
Monday his pistol as Wood. 1'. Muperll1tnd.nt.l'rea..hhC
to be impt' vlng. :Mr. Prevatt was ,Becoming confused they evidently Off rtary- Played by little Miss I prayer, after which Mm. L. O. at 11 a. m. by Rev. JohnA.
citizens of Hull'sstore BAPTIST ChURCh will give an a rending! "Tho Con i
back -
one of the most prominent mistook an alleyway Helen Gray.SongFrom. Hondry, of Lakeland.l Mr. Hemlry ".

\f 4 the county and a man in whom the for the street and drove down / All That Dwell Below I IDenedlctlon. federacy" by Luc-Inn Lamar Knight. ivies formerly punter in Starke t,.rnevcral
He Last Sunday was in every respect ; "Tenting on the Old Cumll'OrBIt"I"I
abiding confidence. until the car stood on of

had : nunJiorx
p<'ople lit at full speed for. years. anti hna
labored and
has held positions of honor and In the railroad ditch. what was prayed and Intothe will bu .ming M n special number, bo to hear
: many its nose attendance Receiving seven young girls I friends here who will glad
school had an tho speaker uf(
The Biblyo will be followed by
truxt both in the county and city. lIt I The trio hastily deserted the wrecked ; while the church was -impressive cere him again. hIlts sermon will be on thoituhjui

i1" sixty-nine of age and had and made good their escape, above any ever recorded! the day Rev. I. W. Kickliter, a I Education.
was years ; 'ar in by mony. Those received were Virginia 't of Christian
worship was engaged ,of the iiixtlcs. The closing ,
:} spent his entire life in Clay county. from the scene. They were recognized public of Easter week Weeks, Grace Wood, Eloise ami veteran River" after i Kpworth: League, 7:.1J: Sunday evening
The meetings will lie "Suwaneu I II
to few years ago he was engag- however, and warrants were issued many. Watkins song of thu
} Up u I in Dorothy hUtch, Rumonu as tho congregations
by old and young C. of C. and
with were supported which the local chapter,
the mercantile business their arrest Saturday I tho baccalaureate
cd in for Lois Adkins and Annie Murrhee. town will unite in attending
his hrotherinlawMr.. Chas E. ,morning goodly numbers. The spiritual confea 4
several of Mrs.S.
and the direction
t. Lipford. The seclarr contained a number of Lord following concert of choice sacrei I cemetery :Daugherty, at tho school l au dit or i um.I'raycr .
he risen
surrender to chairman of cemetery
of Brownies
sion E.: ,
,t Mr. Prevatt is survived by his wife, spare tubes and tires, but as the ear Sunday music, under tho direction of Mrs meeting Wednesday evening -
sof licu'
Some of these were baptlzd on committee, will decorate the < I
,11; to whom he was married about thirty was minus a tire on one of the real A. Z. Adkins with Mrs. F. H. Longas (lowers'anti laurel at 8:00.JOhN. "

two years ago, and two children, Mr. wheels, it is thought they were appropriating There morning.will be but the morning accompanist, was given:. graves wreath with and flugs.Tho cut. I

Oscar Prevatt, of Jacksonville, connet.ed one complete with rim church Hymn No. 171, Hail Thou Once K. %'Ah.KElC
service next Lord's day, the veteran of J. J. Dlcknori Camp
tc I
income and tube from the car belonging Choir and -
with the government Despised Jesus C'nn-
joining in the evening service In the will be tha guest of the local U. 1). C
tax advice, and Mrs. II. A. Bishop, Mr. Stump to cover this deficiency.JET The gregation. John K. Walker, 71 years of age,
vBibl o'clock luncheonat
school building. twelve
high chapter a ,
of Stark Three children are dead. : Scripture lesson. : died this morning at hi* home ri'Jl:
; 'IN" EARLYBeginning school will meet at 9:43: : a. m., followed the Magnolia Tea Garden. Miss
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deceased was:
( The
For a great many years Mr by the hour of worship when Prayer. Amelia Ray anti Mrs. O. L. lieasley. Forest' street.
Prevatt hts been a member and officer Thursday, May lit, the "The Law of Anthem-Lot Tho Winter Is Pant- native of Georgia, but had been a
will speak on hofite ..
will to Thursdaynoon the pastor e for the pint 1
of the Baptist church. He was a Telegraph go tress The public ia welcome to Choir. resident of Jacksonville
and contributor W the iapei Steps. of Beside his wife, he L*
devout Chratian, a loyal husband a i Chorus-At the Close Day- ten years.
faithful friend and a model father. are asked to get their ropy n before" worship us. Ladies' Voices. FOOD HAY AFTEUNOOM: ) survived by three daughters, !Mrs. J.

All who knev hint loved him for lid I Wednesday noon to nsure publica-, PRESBYTERIAN I Offertory.DuetMrs.. The Laiifos' Aid of the Prenby- A. Brooks, of Ualf or J; Mrs. WilliamJ.

many fine qudlties of heart and head. tion. I A. Z. Adklna and Mills Abern and Mrs. Ira Williams, uf
I tcrian church will give a food sale
and friends in alii Hilda Strath.AD I'New Smyrna also two cons, SII.sI'Valktr
The entire comty, another's burdens, an.l ;
II crucifixion, "Bear ye one tomorrow afternoon (Saturday), at
His ,
his well as backward to them Tho Lord of Life I r. Risen of this city, and Frank
of ute mourn death'-I Christ. Galatian ,
parts I the l law of
fulfil The AllIs
and forward to His second coming,, so two o'clock, at Hull's store. granddaughter -
Green Cove Spanks Time Again-Choir. Walker, of Raiford, and one
I We think of the living Christ whifr 6:2. I noted for the delicious! honu-ma of Jackson,
Solo-Mr. Davl.1 Moore, of Lawtey. I I Eleasu Walker,
I we are showing forth the death ol Sunday schol at 10 a. m. eats that they offer to the public. will be held
Mats services
CHRIST Christ Funeral
CHURCH Or Quartette- viii.
at 11 m. km
services a.
Christ. Preaching There will also be on sale a set of Latter
voices t the Church of Jesus Christ
at the 8 p. m. Cordial invitation to public stalnlesn knives. Miss Kate
will b preaching paring
There no Tuesday
"Christ's ExppetaVion of His Reading-Mrs. E. M. Johns Day Saints, at 3 o'clock
Dr. Shepar
the minister Last Sunday evening anti Mrs. T. J. Hedges] ,
night as -
Church," will] beh\ subject of the church on us'a most unique.- and very Duet He] Died, But Not In Vain- afternoon. The body will ba forwarded -
baccalaureate gave in
sermon next Sundry at1 a. m. I' will\ preach the I delightful talk. There were a good!: Mrs D. E. Knight and Mrs. E. 1C committee charge. to Lake Hutler for interment b7Marcus

sermon at the high school building. Jacksonville -
10a. by Conant company
ichol at m. fallowed Ferryman
Bible both morning and and
number Choir
Which present sand Harps and Voices--
communion. All! a'. urged to be Subject: "The Conditions "on I The Easter music wai Anthem-But Now Is Christ Risen Journal, April 21

present for the Canmuni*), for at the Prize of Life is Won.' All are evening.greatly enjoyed. Hymn No. 177, Hark I Te n Thou. congregation.,
Invited to attend. I
the Lord's table we look upward cia t

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wood in the tree was wasted under !janthracnose, the worst disease of the
Letter From Frank Clark ....
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I the edging method but this i is now melon in Flordia.

completely salvaged. Not only are Citrus growers, watch out for rust
I more parts obtainable from a tree but mites. April is the critical time for
I hereby announce my candidacy I pressions of confidence at the polls,
I'' tot nomination as the candidate of I can and will, in the future, as in better parts as well. grapefruit; it is the time to dust with .tt

\ the Democratic party for representative : the past, give you honest and faithful This practice of cutting the partsin sulphur or to spray with lime sulphurto
i in the 69th Congress from the service. I still hope to havn the rough shape while the wood is protect this fruit from these mites. bt

I Second Congressional District of I privilege at the proper time of corn- still green has also simplified the New York's college of agriculture ,
i whole process of kiln drying, reducing is using the radio to distribute apicultural "
Florida in the primary election which I lug- before you, and in the open give t
bat been called and is to be held on ''an account of my stewardship. the spoilage to a noticeable J I information to its :farmers. ",
degree and shortening the time required -I I Twice a month experts will talk for ,
th Third day of June, A. D. 1924. ; I am not ashamed of the record I
by approximately ten day ,,30 minutes over the radio. Dean A.
Although I have heretofore advised have made as your representative in
the people that I would be a candi- the Congress of the United States, although The old time lumbermen and wood-1 R. Mann gave the first talk on March I
date succeed in I workers who freely predicted that 131 j his subject being "The State's'
to : myself Congress, I being a human being, I have Substitutes
Jane waited to make this formal an- ,"' undoubtedly made mistakes-emanat1 the new system would break down at ,Educational Service to Farm Men and are generally

nouncement until the Congressional 1 ing from the head and not the heart. '' the kilns were rather chagrined to Women." more expensive in ;,

Committee, the only authorized Congratulating you upon the 'j' find that the parts! came through with I the end than genuine j

agency of cur) party so to do, has bright prospects our party bas for a less warping and end-checking than BROOKER articles. Housewiveshave ;i"
called the primary election. smashing victory throughout the na- the boards from which parts were I learned they
I In thus formally announcing my I'I'I tion next November, and believing formerly sawed. Brooker, April 18.-Mrs. Mattie KNOW this is true

I candidacy I desire to most gratefully with my accumulated experience I It has been estimated that this new Lowells, of Plant City, was guest of where bakings are con-
thank you for the magnificentand I can render you better experience I system will make the Ford forests! relatives here this week. j j

unwavering support you have than ever before, and respectfully last one-third longer, possibly indefinitely Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waadin, of cemed. \

given me in the past, and to say that soliciting your continued favor, I am if proper methods of Graham, were in town Thursday attending Self rising flours are ;

while I can never hope to fully de- as ever, reforestation are followed. A young to business. classed as substitutesfor

! "} serve your many most generous ex- FRANK CLARK. and vigorous growth of timber is Mrs. I. W. Pinholster.. of_ Green__ {plain flour"and good
Cove Springs, spent the week here
\ constantly coming up and these baking powder. The
at the home
of her
step-son, I. W.
trees will not have to reach full
I FORD TAKES IMPORTANT CONSERVATION results were so startling that the maturity before they become available Pinholster.'Jr. use of these special

k I STEP system was put into effect of the for body parts manufacture.In :Mrs. J. W Forsythe and sons, Roy mixtures is very liableto

various Ford plants as soon as pos the Interest of forest and J. W. Jr., of Plant City, are here result in false economy -
I Millions of) Feet of Lumber Saved by sible. the Ford Motor Company conservation makes- visiting the former's parents, Mr. ,failures and wasteon

New Wood Sawing Method The tree gave two irregularly shaped and Mrs. H. Sowell. bake day.Remember .
I te f public the new method, and it is Miss Thelma
ti which Thomas, of Cooler
I logs scaled 238 board feet.
There hoped that other companies will take LPend, spent Saturday here with Miss there is a \
also number of branchesand
By methods new to large scale: wag a
advantage of the
I economies offered.
Lorene big difference in I'
lumbering and woodworking the Ford the top. The best use that could It would be conservational many
Y :Motor Company has install- new I be found for these under conventional: of national measure Royce Gainey spent the week-end in 'ways, between biscuitsandotherbakingsmade '.
importance if mill
lumbering methods would be visiting his grandmother, Mrs. i
wood sawing system which has demonstrated I to send operators instead of sawing boards H. I j'
of from them through the wood distillation Gainey.. from these so-called '
l I savings 35: to 50. would saw complette parts or dimensional -
per cent in the cutting of fine hardwood -plant. Instead they were sawed up stock. Automobile body Frank Thomas, of Cooler Pond, self-rising flours and
I motored
] ; -. for automobile body parts by and marked for parts sawing. companies, furniture factories and Sunday. those made from good
; sawing them direct from unedged j After the logs had been sawed by As the weather has been warmer
1 woodworking industries could and the plain flour and a dependable -
planks as they come from the log. i i the Ford method and the patternslaid have their high water run down some,
parts) made right at the
has leavener.
This f is an achievement in wood conservation i out, the planks were measured up mill, thus making been a large quantity of Try
to the an enormous saving fish caught from the river and from the experiment-make
ii as important as the genera- according boards which could in lumber, in addition to which
l tion has produced. The system is be obtained under the old edging and they would profit by lower freight Pond, mostly speckled'perch. a baking from each-
i already trimming method and the number of The block business\ is progressing convince
on a production basis at the rate. The general scheme of the yourself.
saw mills and woodworking plants of available parts in each computed. All nicely, several cars having left here. 'You
I system is universal in Its application.To last week. find the baking made from flourand
the Ford Motor parts were reduced to board feet in
Company at Iron I the Ford
Motor Company it Mr. baking powder far
and attractive
actual lumber Mrs. L. R. Gainey more
Mountain, L'Anse and River Rouge.In content. The edging has been spent
.I and trimming method gave 127 board found unusually profitable Sunday in Starke. in appearance. It will raise higher-
the past body parts have been because the
made out of kiln dried boards, which 'feet of body parts. Under the Ford step in the company manufacture controls of every body Starke.Dave Shaw spent Saturday in retain its full food value and taste better.

were sawn to uniform size and grade. system the same planks yielded 204, parts from the standing timber to the Mrs. R. A. For best results, do not fail to use Calumet

I',' Much of the youngest and best wood i cent.a gain The of 77 limbs board and feet or 32 per assembly line. Here are four industries this week in Starke.Weeks spent one day the Economy Baking Powder, and a

was wasted in the process, and top, hitherto usually separate and distinct: reliable brand of plain flour.
cases where the log was curved or considered worthless except :for distillation 1. Logging, 2. Saw mills, 3. Dry kilns
i It's
ex-I fuel too much to expect calves from Just think of it-the sale of Calumet
or is
I the gave 170 board feet
regularly,shaped scrap often and 4. Body shop, to which may be j j poor mothers, but ',
additional making a total of 363i a purebred sire 2& times much that of
t:. ceeded the merchantable timber ob added 5. the wood distillation plant at will help. as any other
t tained. board feet of Darts as airaiiut the 127 Iron Mountain, Mich. They are all brand. It contains only such ingredientsas

I The Ford system is absurdly method.board feet obtainable under the old united under one management with AX EXinLAKATEVG- EFFECTA have been officially: approved by: the

simple. Planks with the bark left on From now on all hardwood limbs but one end In view. bottle of Herbine on the shelf at United States Food Authonties. It is ,
i\ ., are cut from a log in parallel planes As the company's timber require- home is like having a doctor in the bourn and
and pure sure.
tops not under 4 inches
in ments have all the time. It gives instant relief when
varying according to the ebape'of the already reached one mil-
I \ loir. These are sent to the "layout diameter will be brought to the Ford lion board feet a day the possible the bowels digestion fail to get act.! out One of order or the You save when you buy it-you save
mills. Another or two doses i is
saving under
tables" where savings under this : all when you use it.PACKED .
patterns for various the new system may that is necessary to start things mov-
new is in
! parts are marked out until the plank system the logging be estimated at several thousand feet ing and restore that line feeling of exhilaration -
., operations. Much: timber has been and IN TIN
I buoyancy of which I be
is daily. But spirits :
completely covered with patterns more important still,
sacrificed in an effort to get the l longs! only to>> perfect health. frna 60o -KEEPS STRENGTH IN
I right up to the bark. Any irregularities !- straight logs of standard it appears to have insured a perma- SoU by
I such as the swell at the butt, are These have been cut off length. nent supply of wooden body parts ata All Drug Stores I I
a heightof -
taken advantage of in laying out I time when the disappearing hard- -
J from two to three feet In order to ._ _.
curved or irregular parts. Instead of wood forests were a matter of public --- ----- --- -- --- -
I | avoid th swell -
I at the butt. They now
t I trimming off a large piece to avoid a concern.

I, 4 i, go knot around of chock it., the This layout method man permitsthe simply! I ground.may be sawn It is no six longer inches necessary from the to . . :r3Lt JSTEED >.*OT F.A.ILJ C. ;

avoid the crotch of
a tree. The shape
,,1, utilization of nearly all the wood, \ of the planks is of no consequence. . .CHIPS. . Fifty-two years ago Samuel W. Sam's father moved to Magnet 0ADG
the scrap being Extremely smalt ,I i Reyburn, multi-millionaire banker Ark., where the boy was \
II I The various" parts are then cut out The body parts produced under this' The scrub-plant or animalusu- and president of the Associated I hired out as a cotton picker. A Y \1ID
I with a high speed band saw. I i I I method are superior to those sawn ally means failure. Don't risk it. York Dry Goods Corporation of New I year later he took a job at 75
4 out of edged and trimmed boards as Velvet beans, eowpeas, beggarweed, which controls eight huge cents a day In a sawmill in the
Under conventional methods the department stores doing
the an $80- neighboring town cf
grain may be followed Becker, 600 to $225,000 in year's.
more peanuts and anll-In' one time.
soy the order 000,000 business
proportion of board feet in bo'dy parts annually, was born earned his board and lodging by As
by actual measurement to the wood advantageously. This is especially named-are the beet legumes for in abject poverty on a tiny farm risingat 4, milking the cows, build-, a result of his remarkable
the j
of management little
true in makeshift:
curved parts, a large number Flerdia.Spray. Fail-play, Hot Springs County, Ing the fire and cooking the lodg-
ii '
content of the entire tree is dial ressingly of which Arkansas. Taken from makeshift combination business became, in ,
nra found in body construct a ing house breakfast. But he saved
the watermelon vines with I Ii.50 1902, the Union Trust Co., and
One-third of the tree' school when he
was eight, $18
tion. a month out of total
of the a of
and wage
(the limbs and top) Is wasted before youngest &-- bordeaux mixture to prevent I Sam started hb career by selling $19.50, and banked it. When he was Reyburn 1903 the was elected president. In

the log gets to the mill. Only 55 to I Habitual I popcorn berries, fruits and nuts to 22, Reyburn was admitted to the I $1,000.000, and deposits Reyburn were was over the

i 60 per cent of the log is actually converted -. In 14 Conjuration to :II Days cured c-.m.D.a.J: ._l fgaH waiting station. passengers Between trains at the! he railroad sold office Bar lie at $50 took, and a job at in the a end real of estate financial{ leader of Little Rock. In
into body parts. | LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a apeclaltf n I butter, eggs and fruits to neigh- year had saved $456. At the end 1905 he was elected president of
the Little
I A sample tree was cut up into body prepared Syrup Tonic-LaxaMve for llabitua Weak p bors. Hu profits supported the of another year he bad saved Association Rock and Clearing Ilousa
I Constipation It relieves h a si whole family of six, his father's 1908 was made \
promptly :: $1,500 and opened a law office. But the +
under the head
method of
parts new and the Arkansas
Bankers'Association. I
ihotiM be taken earnings from the
regularly for 14 to 21 cl.11110 >- being small. the real estate, banking and ,
\ result. compared with the amount of'' imluco regular action. It Stimu'ate! *mu. Nervous 1COTLDKEVS When he was 12 he had twenty eral! store" office had He"gen-' In 1914 came the famous
part which the old method of edging R" IIIt1tes. Very Pleasant to Tafci todCtr g boys working for him as salesmen.; centrated on the grown.end of con- John Claflin department
banking store crash in New
I.. I I and sawing would have given. The < bottla.i was weak and nervous i' That year his mother died and and increased depnsIM f--.,-, en! ,""" n'as sent for York Bay.
-- run-down," writes Mrs.
8H H"I ..
.t. i.t.?.4.!ef16.i.i.?et.ate ......i.iet.!.t.? r.iet.tyeM :: East Sellers St., of Louis 466, N.Ill. 21st"I

iii couldn't sleep nights I was so .
YOU ARE It restless. I felt tired and not 12 '
INVITED 6 in condition to do my work. wM
1 ,N. I would have such pains in a l
.. my stomach that I was afraid WAITING I IT

;YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND .. a My I would mother get came down to in sea bed. .Ri _



it, ;; This meeting is for the purpose of forming an Under :!: 1 I \c\-1 IT- l THERE'S ALWAYS

f //I, t: wood State Campaign Committee and agree upon such measures I The Woman's Tonic I SOME THAT .;)

i ;: as you and other friends decide will properly w ON'T
i may place I felt better after first a HATCH
; :; the claims of this great! American before the voters of this State, II bottle. I had a better my appe- p I '"

4 i S and result in sending to the National Convention a delegation a tite. It seemed to strengthenand
me up. I am so !!I
( which can be depended upon to loyally and honorably support 6 glad to recommend Cardtii 14 s5'k : twcu

"Li I the choice of the Democracy of Florida as expressed by the ,U: haven't far what needed it did any for medicine me. I S I_ I Sa M

people irf'the primary on June 3. i 6" sine I took CanJui, and I am .
N feeling fine." 6
The Democratic Party of the Nation is looking to the Nervousness, restlessness, Q

; South to furnish its most outstanding statesman as the party's ;; 6 sleeplessness toms: so often-these are the symp result 81. j

+ ; leader. For the first time in 80 years we have the opportunity ;; of a weak, rundown condition .
select the and may develop more
} ; to presidential nominee.! S seriously if not treated in .N

t Democratic leaders, both men and women from all over f x61. time.If you are nervous and

Florida will be at this Underwood gathering. Come and mint rundown, or suffering froma .
o m e womanly weakness, p
gle with your friends, and aid with your counsel. : S. take Cardui. _
Sold everywhere. M
; All Jacksonville Hotel, have made special rate + 6.L..wlllwr.d E-105 /-b

i Y T. M. Sha ldord. Jr.. of Tampa R. F. Mitchell, of Pcn acola :: -

i ; T. V. Moore of Miami Josiah Ferris, of Orlando I FATAL DISEASES ? --g iAgff ,

T W. J. F iIanan. of Live Oak M. L. Plvmp?, of Lake City Worms and pAraatce in the intestine* /a QAa Y !+ : I

i i J. D. Watkins of Micanopy F. R McCormack, of Live Oak I I of weaken children their vitality undermine that health they& are and unable so' t)1) t ,. \\

k if .. George O. Butler, of West Palm Beach to mint the diseases so fatal to child life.
r The safe rouro U to>> give a few donof
AU the living member*,of the Under.vood State Campaign ; White's Cream Vermi/um. It destroys
and exprU: the worms without the !
alightert -
J Committee of I 1912 I .1 child injury. to the health or activity of the I O r ? \

.. .i.t.'! .-.P. friraSSc. Soil by \
i4s.f.t.iN Ft t f ffi S..i( t t f.t.i.Nit AH Drug Stone

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NEW RIVER -- ..--'tvm'I\CDmlDA t I borhood of Bartow, In Polk county,

AN AND BABY ..and around Ocala, Marion county, on MAN SEIZED IN

New River April .-Messrs News of Florida in Short Paragraphs government lands in that section.

Charlie and Ira Wilson, of Starke, ".*' ,Other government lands are scatteredin

SLAIN; WIFE'SLOVE \ visited friends here Sunday. rL1ve 5iaiTNccc;--1 northern Flordia. Ills attention PLANT CITY JAIL

Floyd and Norman Wiggins motored wil next be devoted to the latter

I to Aluchua Saturday. tracts. :

IS BLAMED. Everett Kenfroe was a visitor to L i 1.NYtlLYY. ....lm..YYYIIM .Y H- ........-__-. -YIYY-..J 'I I STILLMISSING

Starke Saturday. Told by Our Exchanges. St. Petersburg-Frank McDowell: ,

Russell Reddish, of Ileilbronn was year old youth, who shot his father j

_______..."'_ ._,...._.., mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm DXDtDailcmuifl and mother and burnd.his, two LOCKED IN
WILLISTON PHYSICIAN IS in our town Monday. 1ID' .n..nun JAILOR IS

.I Willie Dekle, of Lake Butler, Fort Myers-Lee county commissioners I j Tallahassee-Plans now are on I j sisters to death in what ho declares) ( CELL BY KIDNAPPERS

SPIRITED AWAY TO JAIL motored hero Sunday afternoon. have awarded contracts for foot by John C. Norak, Boy Scouts :|was "expiation of his kin against the I I -

I| Minor Aliens visited friends in bridge and road work in the county, Organizer, to establish boy Scouts' .'Holy Ghost" has been given a I Four :Salesman. of Automobile Firm
t Two Coroner's Juries Investigating surrounding guardian in tho person of Judge E. F.
Jennings Sunday. calling for expenditure of more than councils in several towns in Tampa Han Met With
Shooting Affray-Fail to j I j I Ilermie Kelly made a business trip $1,000,000. Tallahassee, and mako the capital |,Wilson, an attorney of this city. Foul Piny

Fix: the Hlamo ito Lake Butler Saturday afternoon. city the center for these councils. Judge Wilson will look after the -

I I I Messrs. Evan, Hodge and Dave Miami-Several hundred knights His plans also include the establishment l affairs of McDowell who in in the Plant City, April 14-R B. North, ';.L

Williston, April 14-Dr. J. M. Willie Greene, of Pine Hill, were visitors Templars from all parts of the state I of a camp on some lake near I Clearwater jail awaiting trial on a | Tampa salesman, missing from hero !t

i a prominent physician of this here Saturday afternoon. are gathering in Miami for a three- here, where all of tho councils can double murder charge M. 1. 1 since Monday night had not been

I city, is being held in secret confinement I Mr. Walker has returned to his day conclave of the grand com- gather for summer vacation. Blanchard, a local attorney, has been found today and, city authorities fear j
with the deathsof defend the youth.
in homo in Micanopy after being mandery of Florida, at the new appointed to he has met with foul play. According -

D. T. Faircloth, a baker, and his sawyer here at Porter sawmill and Scottish rite cathedral. Gainesville--The annual meetingof ., to the olniiuls ho was arrested '

four-year-old: baby here Saturday, Mr. Mann, of Raiford, is employednow the Grand Lodge of the Independent Cocoa-Creation of a four hundred; here Monday on a serious charge. ,

pending the outcome of the inquests as! sawyer In the former's stead. Key West-Trustees of the Internal Order of Odd Fellows and j 1 thousand dollar fund to Advertise all ;!i When one of tho officers served him l''

of two coroners' juries which will renew Philip Brant left Monday for Improvement Fund of Florid have I the Rebecca Association convened I( Florida to the world was outlined to I with supper that night, throe maskedmen

their investigation Tuesday. Palatka for a visit. placed on the market an island 400''hero with the largest attendance in "j jho the editors by Karl l.t.hmllnl01 : .entered tho jail, locked the 0(,

Faircloth was instantly killed and his Gerald Adkins atended the party at by 300 feet containing nearly three I, history of the organization. More Orlando, at the banquet staged in I policeman in North's cell\ and escaped[ "

baby shot through the stomach dur- Raiford Saturday evening. acres, made by throwing up marl on (than 700 delegates had registered their honor by the Cocoa Development the prisoner.The .

ing or following a pistol. duel between Mr. and Mrs. Watkins, of Starke, different occasions when the harbor 'i when the meeting was called to order. Board. This money will be authorities expressed the I"I"with .
Faircloth and Dr. Willis Saturday I subscribed by public spirited citizensof
motored hero Thursday. 'channel here was deepened. I'The meeting closed Wednesday night. belief that North had been taken to
afternoon. tho state, he said, and tho campaignwill
i J. P. Lindsey made a business tripto I ,.- the country and dealt with soverly.. .
S tho leading
It was not known today whether St. Augustine last week.R. Green Cove Springs-Mis* Myrtle Miami-Charles G. Johnson, after be conducted in They had found no clues to the direction -
Faircloth and his child were slain J. Turner motored to Starke I Bessie Tift I periodicals of tho nation. Thin plan
Johnson, a sophomore at 32, years' service as a lighthouse taken by the men following
by Willis or that Faircloth shot his Saturday.Mr. College, Forsyth, Ga., is in a critical keeper has resigned. at the age of is u forerunner for a state which publicitytax ho their disappearance from tho jail.

child and then turned the gun on and Mrs. Raymond Brown, II condition at a private hospital from :] and will retire on a pension to 65\\ described, tahmnnn the explained fairest and mont D. (5. Keene, motorcycle ofllcvr,

himself, committing suicide. Misses Eunice and Lula McKinney, Injuries sustained in a dive in a i the remaining days with his wife as North shortly lifter I
I the state. mud he arrested
Eye-witnesses to the pistol duel and Messrs. Henry Rye and Roy I shallow pool at the college. She is Key West. During the 32 years, ho practical way of advertising noon yesterday. During! the afternoon -

declare that Dr. Willis was in the McKinney, of Starke, were visitors paralyzed from the shoulders down. has visited his wife three times a mailo, ellort to
I secure
I the offer friends an
lartow Having ncepted
Faircloth bakery about 1 o'clock on here Sunday. I year, ouch time on a leave of 20 days ( bond.,! This was
ofPhiladelphia his relciiMO on
Saturday afternoon when the shoot- Rev. McKee filled his regular of Lee of Kdwaril: Ilok, wealthy publisher
appointment DC Land-The case Aubrey after a "watch" of three months at In
ofHciiilH an
Luke Wales, to refused by
ing started. lIe ran out of the place hero Sunday and received Nickels, Florida youth, charged with his lonely lighthouse about 45 miles tho
and is said to have fired several shots three members who will be baptized assault against a DeLand woman over II south of purchase u tract of land along Tiger I"vttstlgntion of case. North's cell
Miami in-the-Water Kouno said ho :
:from behind an oak tree, then went the secoW Sunday evening at 3 two years ago and which has attracted creek and Lake The three
I bo mud 1 II. lust night with supper.
into the real estate office of Kennedy o'clock 11th the members being for u county park to
May intense state-wide interest, was West Fnlm Beach Contraband 1 covered him with u *
natives of this men appeared,
& Dempsey. Faircloth, it was declared Misses Rosa Johns, Eunice McKinney set for Thursday April 21, by tho (I knives and confiscated from sanctuary for the
pistols the board of commissioners !Shotgun and overpowered him. They I1
fired all of 'the shells in his 'and Crews. in'I suction of Florida, I
gun, Volusia county circuit court now persons arrested in this city will K this week seized North and after locking

then returned to his bakery, where a Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kelly are the session here, it was announced. I I the same way tho contraband intoxicants expressed their for Polk appreciation county of Mr.Bok'e Keune in the cell, made off. Kenne!l

little later two more shots were proud parents of a daughter, born .i travel. Following disposalof which
immediately mado an outcry
heard. Those who declare Pensacola W. B. Harbeson, of I interest in this section nsmanifested
they Sunday morning. I
bottles of evidence which Officers
liquid nearby -
his The land In watt> heard In a garage.
witnessed the pistol duel say that Last Wednesday afternoon as Pensacola, wealthy West Florida saw in gift. I
was poured into the sewer, Municipal and has were summoned and they released -
they do not know whether Dr. Willis Mr. Robinson was taking his baby mill and hotel operator, closed a deal Huuvk has ordered that known as Tiger creek swamp of
No truce
j!Judge Harry adapted tho policeman.
returned to the bakery and fired the from the depot to the house where he with Graves Brothers Company fur the varied collection of knives and little commercial value, bring
b. found.
but it tho trio could
shots or whether they were fired by had met the mother and the infant the new electrically operated saw pistol likewise be dumped into tho neither for citrus nor farming for its, wild North Is said to have lived In the.

Faircloth.The who had gone to the doctor, ,the mill at Carrabelle, Fla., and approximately water hereabouts. 'Hs fluid to be remarkable county for several months, but spent

battle was on account of the death angel saw fit to call the little 160,000 acres of: timber beauty much of the time here.

attentions paid by Dr. Willis to Mrs. one home. Before Mr. and Mrs. land. The consideration was over Went Palm Beach-A tomato crop Searching parties were sent out

Faircloth, it is said here. Several I Robinson could get to the house and $1,600,000. estimated to bo worth $100,000 from I through the country today In an effort -

months ago, Faircloth and the doctor 'call anyono their little darling had -_ farms at Okoechobco City, Canal WRIGlEYS to locate North and his captors. J

engaged in a fight in the Faircloth I passed away. Thursday the little St. 'etnsburg-George Inernesa Point, Connersvillo and Puhokee has North made no statement yesterday 'v

backyard, and it is said that Willis one was laid to rest in Dyal Jr., N. A., whose winter homo in at started( moving to the market. after his arrest, other thnn to say ha

sustained knife wounds which put cemetery near Raiford. Mr. and Mrs. Tarpon Springs will present a painting i Everyone of the estimated :IIO.OOO! /lfter every meal / would' wait for a court hearing in ,

him; in a Jacksonville hospital for I I Robinson have the sympathy of all.KEYSl'O'iE descriptive of Florida woodland, crates will be govcrnment-iiiHpuotud, I /l which to present his defense. i

several weeks. At this time it is | illuminated by early morning sunlight I lit is stated. The bean and potato crop A pleasant Sfvi'rnl iiiHtaiiroM of flogging aiul, j

said that Mrs. Faircloth made affidavits : HEIGHTS: to Southern College at Lake-I said to bo worth $7fi,000, him been I agreeable iudut.. .. i|>ping| have secured in thaiinimty I
Mr. B.o'. Mack with his sweet and a i i1as1Inil
land the to be '
to the effect that Ur. Willis presentation moving from tho sumo farms owned in the punt nil months.
had given her "dope." I I and son, Shirley and Kyle, of Key- with appropriate ceremonies Friday by one man for a month.Tallahasseelarge It v nelll us I
stone Heights, have left for their I'
I'nirclotli died instantly but the home in Pennsylvania. Mrs. Mack afternoon. I well. i I riant City, April '.!1.-Local police 1

baby was taken to Gainesville where j I I' revised map. Good for uin" iimpli'tfly. Imffled today. overMHitonniM
will follow later. I
it succumbed a few hours later. A Tallahassee The thousands of of the state of Florida this week were fcrth. breath I1"I .. disappearance of C.

coroner's jury was impaneled for the I Mr. Edward Peterman and brother, I persons who have wintered in Flordla being mailed out to every hotel in end dl.e8I1on. I K North, salesman for u Tampti.nitnMii I
Robert, have left Keystone Heightsfor and are now returning to their homesin Florida. There are approximately !Makes She taken fromi
Faircloth Inquest Saturday, but later I ">lik l .) linn who was
adjourned until Tuesday. On the arrival their homo in Cochranton, Pu the North, East and West, by J MOO of those hotels, all of which next better.I et partaste i ,' local. I jail\ here early Monday S
Mr. II. II. Harrison of Jacksonville '
of the body from Gainesville automobile, are called upon by the I will be asked to place the map in e'"III1I" ; )hy a mob who surprised tho t1ulrr

another jury was impaneled, and it spent Mr. and the Mrs.week-end H. W.with Strong his, of cousins Key-, United States Forest Service to help (I the lobby of the hotel. The purpose , locked him In and with the I jH

also adjourned until Tuesday.State's prevent fires that are so numerous 'of these maps is to advertise Florida prisoner, in their midst, vanished from

j Attorney Adkins, when stone Heights.One of the most interesting talks from carelessness on the part of the and to furnish tourists with correct iuhl in fait automobiles.

reached over the long distance tele-, motorists. information concerning! this state according Humors flew\ thick and fast hero today t
of the season was given by Mr. Frank ,
phone at Macclenny, where he is in to officials In the Departmentof MM: to thu .strange disappearance
Whitman, editor of the Florida Jacksonville After he is alleged to ea $
court, declined to make a statement Agriculture. ...t' the man, local officers stated that
other than that Willis had refused o I Grower, at n special meeting of the have been waiting for threo days to ,I R5 GLEY ,n t wan now hellcved by some that the
Keystone Heights Board of Trado get chance to kill him, Raymond ,;I ;
talk and that he would! bo represented Jacksonville The electric light tang were u party of North's friend
Saturday evening, April the twelfth, Walker, 25," negro of Sanford, is In., will shortly have others
at the coroner's inquests by Fred I I and power plant it I n IH-III on rescuing him, while
Cuverly and J. II. Taylor, of at Keystone Inn. Mr. Whitman gave tho county Jail charged with the : capacity which will be sufficient to I ,".Q RFk 4I ytitt_ ."i.-uiK conned that he wa taken out
Gaines-I a fascinating account of his expedition murder of Charlie Levl ton 21, negro'of '' "
I .supply a city of 250,001): persons according in In- "dealt with summarily.
ville.Willis was arrested Sunday and I.. through the Everglades. Many 628 Myrtle avenue who wag' cut to to announcement of Frank II.
facts of which tho average person to death the of Cleveland and
officials took him away, after it had''ignorant on corner Owen, commissioner of public -
were learned by those who
become evident that there was a Enterprise streets.St. I utilities. Although It huH been
fortunate be
were enough to presentat
growing feeling against him in Wil- known that additional capacity wan
liston. Willis is a former of meeting. Augustine-In thirty minutes being added to the plant, announcement d
the city, and a former member of the Saturday evening, April 19th, the $30,000 was raised at a mass meeting I Is the first to be made that the Attention
Keystone Heights Woman's Club I
here for the main of the
repair shops
school trustees. lIe gave up both of city was preparing far such a marked
conducted an ice cream social the ''
on Florida East Coast railway, and'
I 'these growth in population. ,
positions on account of the
; lawn of the apartment house. A those subscribing underwrote tho
first altercation with Faircloth, it is .
similar affair which
stated. was recently balance nccsssary to purchase 250 I St. Petershurll-Kenneth Erb, son

given by the women, met with great acres In one tract to present to tho of Mr. and !Mrs. Charles Erb, of

Williston, April 16.-County of- success. Florida East Coast railway company, :I Dunkirk, N. Y.? IK lying in a critical
The Keystone Inn Is
ficers here today were unable to say management lying north of the city condition in a local hospital, suffering Voters !
i| in receipt of advice from the traffic
whether or not there will be further from injuries to his back sustained
of the Southern
investigation into the fatal shooting I railway DeLand-N urly 100 growers from when he dived into three feet of water
1, that effective June 1, week-end excursion the various communities in northern I
Saturday of D. T. Faircloth, local. from a pier at tlulfport. A consultation -
rates will become effective I
baker, and his little four-year-old Volusla county gathered here tu hear of physicians failed to
from all points on their line to this i -
Dr. W. A. MacKemie, general chairman .
daughter. They indicated, however I ''determine: the extent of his injurip =
that the case will be dropped. re.Mort. / I of tho citrus sign up day drive, it is believed that hill spine Is seriously -
Three new homes on Keystone tell of the need for strengthening the
The deranged and< that a delicate: operation !
coroner's jury which condacted
Lake have Just been completed and I
Ftordin Citrus Exchange: so it will will be necexsry to save his Clark
an inquest into the shooting rank
late reported the families of J. Mlle Oergin, E. P. have sufficient power to correct present Iif"1
yesterday that "Faircloth
and his
little Caughey, and D. F. Mack are now adverse market conditions.
daughter met death lit the enjoying <> delightful breeze from
Tallahassee. T. Pardee, of the
hands of an unknown "
party. They
that beautiful body of water.
Cocoa T. J. state I
did United States Geological Survey, has
not find sufficient evidence, it is
During the past week Mr.\ J. II.
aid printer of Tallahassee, was elected been in Florida for some time engaged :
to hold Dr. J. M. Willis ,
a Houser, Victor E. Winans two of
of the Florida Press Association -
president In prospecting for phosphates by Starke
prominent local physician/ arested in our popular business men ha..estarted at its final session. William : drilling on government lands in different Will Be In
with the
I case, Dr. Willis
the erection, of their new ,
Glenn of the Orlando Sentinel waselectel
was taken into parts of the state. He has i,
custody by county homes, one on Keystone Luke and Hos-I .
I vice-president, George .
officers spent considerable time In the n< igh-/
Sunday, and to prevent any the other on Lakeside Drive.A .
Fort Myers Press, second vice-
violence on the part of local citizens new water and light plant has mer. MONDAY 5th
I he president, and Bob Holly, Florida May
was removed to Gainesville.Sheriff .
been completed and with the entranceto Truckers, Sanford, secretary. .The ,
Walker left immediatelyafter our town site I lighted up at night, association accepted an invitation to

the coroner's verdicts yesterday people can realize that they are approaching at Gainesville Take
hold its next meeting
;,, :for Bronson, and refused to say a real city. }fr. G. K.:
of the and the A. M.
> whether as the guests city At 11 O'clock
or not he would conduct
a Wiggins! who is a practical light and University of Flordia.A .
further investigation. Efforts to water engineer has taken over. and i Is
get in touch with him this morning operating the plant.

had There proved was futile.a quarrel and a fight treated. drove's Tasteless TONIC dill Tonic reouires To address the voters in regard -

between Dr. Willis' and Faircloth a Mrs. Faircloth testified the was Energy and Vitality by P>uufyin and ot'a

few weeks ago, according to the I standing inside the bakery at the time Enriching: the Blood. When you f..fl lie a sv.ao. to his candidacy for mem-

county officers, which thew thought of the shooting, heard a number of strengthening,invigorating effect s.... tsar I Ya.N scs

might have led up to the shooting shots, and then ran to a nearby store it brings color to the check and bowIt

Saturday.Dr. where she fainted. improves the appetite, you wU thten ber of Congress. All are urg-

Willis still was held last nighton Other testimony was to the effect appreciate Its true ton; i value.

warrants that Willis did not enter the bakery Grose's Tasteless chill Tonic In limply
on petition of a
for the liver ed hear him speakDon't
number of citizens of Williston. as was previously reported but that Iron 3n% Quinine impended In syrup. S<> to .
children like It. The btooi
After spending 21 hours in jail at Faircloth evidently saw him approaching pleasant needs QUININE even to Purify It and IRON to 0......,. of ImiUtMna. Demand
Gainesville, Dr. Willis got his pistol and ran out abe c..ailn lOc and 35c pack
was transferred Malarial an1
Enrich it. Destroys germs the time placer
.. beariq abort' (trade mark. or
to a hospital in another city where the front door of his -bakery andbegan Grip trrmn by Its StnIOilthel .. t..vigtr-

bullet wounds In his left hand were shooting. :acing Effect. SOc --

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I interest of their marriage and will Bill Tillis, of Waldo, is employed '

I unite in wishing them happiness in the Ford Garage. I
LAWTEY Mrs. Charlie Moitt, of Dinsmqre, I j

:>Ci.e is here visiting relatives.J. I

: g Lawtey, April 25.-Mr. -.nd Mrs. I That's Our Business

James Shepard and! daughters, Misea W. Andrews, Jr. and Drew :

\ -- --.... .- -- -- ;-.- Clara Mae, Lee, anj Len Belle, Alvarez motored to Keystone Heights FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, HEALTH
i 1'hoiicH 2O niul Ion I(Charlie Shepard and Carl Knight, of Wednesday on a business trip.
I Starke, motored to Lawtey Sunday.I ; ,
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SISTRUNK ROYAL The guests were a number of Mrs. I I Mrs G. W. Roberta ia spending a Mrs Effie Miner of Lawtey, spent >I Established 1886 '
.-few days with relatives in DeLand. Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. J.
: IN EL'STIS Kiclt liter's relatives, also Mrs. Clara .
WEDDING Quigley of Halifax Nova Scotia, and I' Col. and' 1.lrs. A. Z: Adkins and Andrews Jr. W'I i J. R. DAVIS & CO. '

Eustis April 18.-Cynw Hall Sis- Mrs. Lucy Powell. The guests each children, of Starke were guests I
Wednesday of Mrs. 31. E. Edwards.
trunk, manager of Stump's Department presented: Mrs. Kickliter with a
V. Mrs L. A. Marr and children visited Hon. R. L. Eaton, of Tallahassee .
Miss Irma Royal -
store, and beautiful present. -- --
relatives in Sampson Sunday and state labor commissioner, was a business I.
of this city, were united in marriage I __
:MondayRev. visitor to Starke Thursday.I
b" Tuesday night at the Episcopal 20th CENTURY CARD CLUB 1
H. I E. D. Boyer and son, David,
Rev. Francis
"church the rector. -
of Baldwin visited friends here Mn's and men's Palm Beach I
1 young I
Stephenson officiating. The bride is Mr. and Mrs. O. L Beasley delight- :
Saturday.Mrs. Pants at Sternberf I II ,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William fully entertained the 20th Century
F. H. of is
Simmons Tampa
Royal, who came to Eustis some tine Card Club Monday evening at their I I
spending a few days here at the homeof I A large U. S. Flag, )presented the !
ago. from Georgia, and is a very attractive hospitable home on Seventh street. ',
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hannon. school by Dr. Landrith now floats in j
young woman. The groom Vanes. of pink and orchid gladioliwere
Clifton Brown, of Gainesville, spent the breezes in, front of the B. H. S. '
; has been manager of Stump's Department used for decorations in the
the week-end here with his 'I I
andt I
store for several months charming rooms.
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown.Mr. I Miss Marguerite Dorman and Earl ,, I
t t- has.made many friends in Eustis who Mrs. G. M. Inman won the ladies' 'I ,
and Mrs. J. W. Morgan of Middleton of Live Oak spent Sunday ,
f.\ extend hearty wishes to the happy first prize-a bridge set, while Mr. '
\ Starke were visitors to Lawtey Sun- with Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. I i l
couple. Inman made high score for the gentlemen -

Mr. Sistrunk ia i the oldest son of and was given a necktie as a day.The II I lI
Roberts and G. W. Robertts,
have I E. J.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk. of this prize. E. S. Matthews made low and I strawberry shipments I
been of Lawtey, guests Sunday of
increasing daily for the past were
host of friends here box of
city and has a was presented with a handI I I
u week. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs.
There were from one to two Dr.
who wish him and his bride all kerchiefs.The : I Ii
I I I I refrigerator cars and several boxes I I I
happiness on life's journey. Cyrus hostess served a tempting
was connected with the store of F. F. spread of chicken salad, sandwiches J!daily all last week up to Saturday, ,!t i i
r when four refrigerator cars of 176 I Sun hats for the entire family at f
Stump here for several montha before saltines olives, potato chips and iced ,
crates each with total of 700 I Bennett's.
be left to take charge of the new ,tea. Nasturtiums were used a I

Eustia store. and has shown splendid favors. .1 crates was about or 22,400 900 quarts crates Monday or 28,800 there I Mrs. H. M. Griffin and children : !
of the :j Those enjoying the evening were: oft
ability in his management The spent Wednesday the home
quarts. prices were fairly goodall
I .
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns, Mr. and
I mercantile establishment at Loath.G I,I last week. I II II Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. -- POOR RICHARD. .
I -- -- --
Mrs. G. M. Inman Mr. and Mrs. F. F. I
:'Stump, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, I I W. II. Burt of Hawthorne, spent a't
1 MRS. RITCH ENTERTAINED few days hree the first of the week I L F. Smith left for Warsaw, Ind. "If you don't think is worth
.and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr. and money
I HEADING CIRCLE I :with friends. Saturday morning, being called there
Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs.'S. L.
1 The reading circle of the Methodist I Peek and Miss Jeannette Matthews. : I by a message stating that his mother something, try to borrow some"

Missionary Society met Monday I CARD OF THANKS !!was dead. -..Poor Richard
'afternoon at the home of Mr. and s In subtle Franklin of
DAVIS-TATUM a way Benjamin through the lips .
J. II. Ritch and were most I Mrs. L. A. Reynolds who has been
: Mrs. "
We desire to express our appreciation "Poor
: Richard
MARRIAGE SOLEMNIZEDThe Elizabeth you the importance of thrift-and in '
cordially entertained by the 'hostess. of those who kindly ministered I visiting her mother, Mrs.
The lesson for the afternoon was 'to us during the sickness and death'Johns, will leave today for her homein establishing credit. 'I

Misions in Korea, and was led by Church of the Good Shepherd I of our husband and father J. N. Raleigh, N. C. Your borrowing power is governed by you and you

Miss Amelia Ray with .eighteen :Jacksonville, was the scene of a 'Thomas; also for the floral! offerings.Mrs. t a MB -H I alone. The thrifty man has little trouble in financing his I
I Hose for ladies $1, .
Everwear Silk
ladies present taking part In the ,pretty wedding Wednesday afternoon : J. N. THOMAS. and Family. ideas. '
I readings. The offering given was at 5:30: o'clock when Miss Katherine I $1.50 and 12.00 at Sternberg's. I j I

I I added to the fund. for superanuated Lucile Tatum, daughter of Mrs. Ida I JONES-PRICE No matter what the past may have been, resolve today

T .- preachers. .' ., Wells Tatum, became the bride of I The U. D. C. requests all persons to start building upon a foundation of thrift. Then credit

During the social hour Mrs. D. E.I Mr. J. Rawson Davis, of Starke. I I I The First Baptist church at who have flowers that they wish to I I will take care of itself and borrowing to on

i j' Knight and Mrs. E. K. Perryman Rev. Dr. Clarence A. Ashby, rector Hampton was the scene of a wedding give for Memorial Day, to send sameto worthy enterprise will be money carry
sang the beautiful duet, "He Died, of the church, performed the cere- I of much social interest when on'' the Methodist church Saturday easy.

! But Not in Vain". Mrs. E. L. Biggs mony, which was witnessed by relatives I -I!Thursday afternoon, April 10th, at''morning at nine o'clock. The flowers A Saving Account is the First Step.

and Mrs. F. II. Long also sang I and a large number of friends of''I II two o'clock, Miss Mary Clifford Price '!will be used to decorate the church Will You Start This Week?

I delightful voice numbers. The hostess I the popular young c"c> ;'ple. land I Mr. Jasper P. Jones were united and afterward taken to the cemetery We pay 4 per cent interest

served light refreshments of I Lighted tapers and quantities--of in marriage.The aTid placed on soldiers' graves.In .

; sandwiches and iced tea. Ascension lilies were used to advantage I ceremony was performed by Bradford Bank
accordance with the custom allover County
in decorating the church
1 I Rev. A. S. Jones, pastor 6f the First
STRUTHFOUUAKEKMiss ,with a background of palms and'ferns. Baptist church. The church was the South, there will be
'I Memorial Day service tomorrow Established
tastefully decorated, the color scheme '
i Louise Fouraker and Mr. I I I Mr. Nelson II. Brett presided at1'being white and green. Baskets of''Ii afternoon at two-thirty at the "Bradford

t William Struth, Jr. were quietly the organ, rendering a'program of ]I Il i Easter lilies and white roses palms Methodist church. The veterans of i I County's Fiinncial Stronghold"I

I married at the bride's home in, Jacksonville )l appropriate music whiles the guests I I II and ferns were used in profusion. i J. J. Dickinson Camp will attend the !I I

//1/ on Sunday the 13th inst. I I were assemblingand at the apppinted I II I The wedding music was rendered I, Service in" honor of those who served ,

The bride is the attractive niece of 'I I hour the bridal party entered!! to the I Iby Miss Julia Maxwell. To the > their country in time pf war. _

P the popular Seaboard conductors, trains of the Bridal Chorus from the'''strains of the Bridal Chorus from !
t ""\ Mr. Struth is ', ...S.i.i..i.... i+t+t+ .
John and K. Burce. I Lohengrin ,Lohengrin, the bridegroom entered +i+i+
the son of Mr. and Mrs. William 'I, The bride was given in marriage'through the right aisle preceded by I 4-*

Struth, Sr. and has a number of by her mother and was attended by.'I Miss Erma Johns as' usher and Rev. fENT-A-WORDf ONE CENT SALE

friends in Starke who extend congratulations Mrs' C. C. Tatum her .sister-in-law I A. S. Jones. The bride was preceded'down
and best wishes. Mr. as matron of honor. Miss Vivlrette the left aisle by Miss Evelyn''' I

l Struth is a valued employee of the Floyd maid of honor, Misaes Ethel 'Jones as usher and little Mary Pearce ,, I ALUMINUM WARE |

Seaboard Air Line railroad Company, Griffin Josephine Brinson, of Starke--*'as flower girl. They met under a'' I.

1 and the young couple will make their Edna Grant and Louise Baker as I beautiful arch of bamboo, woodland I. .)

home in Jacksonville. bridesmaids. Little lIillsFlort'11ce'ferns and palms with Easter lilies WANTED-Chickens in trade. N. Strictly High Grade..-99 per cent Pure Aluminum ;

Kane and Harriet Greenwood interspersed.The Sternberg. It. :;
'If acted I Guaranteed For 20 Years :
MRS. E. M. JOHNS as flower girls. j bride was beautiful in a going j
' ENTERTAINS: AT HKIIKiEMrs. \ Mr. Davis had as his beat man his of romania FOR SALE-Complete: outfit fore|
away gown grey crepe SALE BECKS( AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M. SATURDAY ;
uncle, Mr. Ellery M. Davis, and the with accessories to match. She carried making cement building blocks athalf ,

E. M. Johns entertained! at /groomsmen included Messrs. J. L.I I IKickliter a beautiful arm bouquet of bride original cost. C. L. Peek. I REMEMBER No Phone Orders, no goods rill be wrapped

auction ttidge Tuesday afternoon W. W. Reid II. C. Wall roses draped in white crepe.A 4-4-tf I j I ? .

from three to six, at her:; !lovely dome ''' and E. J. Dozier. I large congregation of friend FOR! RENT-Six room house with j I <'I* / FURNISH YOUR KITCHENSauce
on North Walnut street A profusion The bride was lovely in her gown and relatives were present. The out .

of panalen verbenas and roses were of white Duchesie satin with over- ''j of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. ; bath and located.all conveniences G. M. Sistrunk Conveniently -, i j *': Pans Preserving Kettles, Percolator, Tea Kettles, ;_
.used in decorating the spacious:! rooms draperies of georgette crepe trimmed Jones Miss '
I i Ralph Bessie Jones, :Mr. Starke. 4-23-tf Sauce Pots Round Roaster Kettles Double
laid for bridge. in Princess Boiler, etc. ; .
I and seven tables were lace, and hand-made Clarence Sanders and sister, of' ,. .

Mrs. N. Sternberg made high, and roses, and gracefully draped to one Huntingdon, and Mr. W. It Price of ''A'oiTEIJWO: 1 WITH BOARD $1.50 and $1.75 Values only 79 cents .
... a prize the hostess presented her tide. She wore a bridal veil of tulle I Live Oak. i
with a vanity set; Miss Mable Weller I held In place with a coronet of orange The bride spent part; of her girl. OPERATOR TillS OFFICEj $1.75 and $2.00 Values, only 99 cents ;

made low and was. handed a box of blossoms and carried bridesroses.' hood days in Hampton and by her'' ...
stationery. The truest prize, a i showered with valley lilies. j charming has !: DON'T MISS THIS GREAT t
won many :]F OR SALE-40 acres land 7-room MONEY SAVING(j SALE
vanity act, was presented to Mrs. Mrs. Tatum mother of the bride
I friends and will be greatly missed, bungalow ceiled inside, good water !: *
J. L. Frazee. wore gray satin and lace, and wore < especially In church circles: where near churches and schools; near GOODS ON DISPLAY AT OUR STORE J
The hostess served delicious salad ,.a corsage of violets. {
she was a very zealous worker. State !Farm; situated beet farming '
course of olive sandwiches potato The matron of honor was attired in '
The groom is a prosperous young, section Bradford county famous I.
chips chicken salad, pickles and iced yellow crepe de chine and carried man of Huntington, being a citrus for trucking, strawberries; and ; Come HOWE & BRYAN I Come *
Marschel Neil !
I tea.The roses. 'I irrower. I i general farming. 25 acres cleared: / .' t
invited guests were: Mesdames Little Miss Kane wore pink crepe Amid showers of good wishes MERCHANDISE i
they belong* to a corporation that must
{ A.V.. Anderson O. L. Beasley, N. de chine and carried basket Today I '*>
I a II left by automobile for a trip down sell, $400 down I 5 years on balance. I Lawtey, Florida Today *
\ Sternbcrg, O. L. Haynes. F;. R. KefT, with pink roses while little Miss the state.
They will be
at home at
Apply to G. M. Inman, Starke Fla.
F. L. Turner, G. M. Inman E. S. Greenwood was in white and carried I
Matthews L. Wyman, H. H. Young white roses. II Huntington on their return. 4-25-tf: .i.l.!.'.? 1.f.t.3.S t '.3.3.'."s.3.113it+9+813 g y th

C. A. Futch C. F. and ,J. C. Hoover Miss Griffin and Miss Drlnlon..wore ,, ----- -- __ _ _

{, N. D. Wainwhight, J. L. Frazee, L. G. turquoise blue crepe de chine, trim- '

Powell F.. M. Pavia R. A. Weeks, J. med in silver lace. i! I

C. Robinson. A. S. Crews, S. L. Peek, Miss Grant and Miss Baker were I

L A. Reynolds of Raleigh N. C., attired in pale pink crepe de chine -
Ralph .Rhodes of Tallahassee, Misses trimmed in silver. I

:liable Weller. Marguerite Shriver, All of the bridesmaids carried When ship Strawberries Vegetables
you or
Jeannette Matthews and AlleenAlvarei. sweet peas in a variety of shades. I get our

I 'jt' Tea .guests: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins', I 1 the Folowing bridal party the nupital left the benediction church: to I Market, Reliable Quotations, Prompt Returns

'1;'. Misses Kate and Hilda Struth, :Mrs. the strains of Mendelssohn's Wedding I

Fred Sapp, Mrs. J. H. Ritch, and Mrs. March as a recessional and repairedto

y.+ t. .t L II. Hill of Lawtey.IN the home of the bride in Riverside, ]i I BERRY & BRANDT .

f I where an informal reception was held I j
HONOR OF I'I'I A pink and white color scheme was '- PHILADELPHIA, PA.
I MRS 1. W. KICK LITER carried !
out in the Decorations at the ; '

(1 ta l I residence. Lilies, sweet peas, roses j You remember Frank BerryP.
Mr and Mrs. E. M. Thomas gave.a .and other blossoms being combined.

'j r delightful surprise birthday supper During the reception a delicious {
Saturday evening in honor of his salad course was served '' W. H. HARRISON

I mother, Mrs. L. W. Kickliter, who 'I Mr. and Mrs. Davis left during ,:' | New York City N. Y.
I had reached the seventy-fourth mile- the evening for a motor trip down I Washington, D. C.

tone in her journey of life. the East Coast and will later to I
go Reliable
Wire Market
A The table decorations were in keeping Starke to reside. Mr. Davis being i i get Information from

i with the Easter season, and connected: with the bank there. Mrs. I R. B. ALVAREZ, Starke, Florida. '

it delicious sandwiches, cocoa, salad Davia traveled in a suit of tan twill I
Ice cream and* cake were served. The with hat and accessories to match.

table was centered by a large Both young' people have a wide i ,

day cake arnamented with blrth-j( circle of friends, who will learn with a' \.


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APRIL 25: 1924

or,II Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edwards, of I Mrs. T. C. Morris and children wentto r-r.I I : W. Andrew, Jr. spent Tuesday. W. J. Epperson, Jr., who Is employ

Gainesville, and Mr. Clarence Young, Jacksonville Wednesday afternoonto in Jacksonville looking: after business. /ed by the Seaboard Air Line, spent
of Jacksonville, were guests Friday attend the funeral of Mrs. Morris' several, ) days, this week with his

Bits oi LoedlIniorinati0U .@ of Mr.[ and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh.Mrs. niece, Gertrude Beauford. Mrs S. E. Brownlee, chairman parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. 'Epper

cemetery commiteo of the U. D. C., son.
E. L. Biggs and Mrs. J. W. Bean hampers at Bennett's. requests the Chapter members to meet

I Andrews, Jr. went to Lawtey Thursday Friday afternoon at two o'clock, at Miss May Peek who was an

to( attend a birthday dinner given "Tha Conditions on Which the the Methodist church, to help make Easter guest at the home of hot
oncerning Our People Business ana for their father, Mr E. J. Roberts.Col. I Prize of Life is Won" will -be the laurel wreaths for decorntnig the I brother, C. L. Peek, left Wednesday

Progress in the County and Town, subject of the baccalaureate sermon (soldiers' graves on Memorial Day for her home in Jacksonville.
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins motored I
next Sunday night at tile Bradford ,
tL' to( Gainesville Monday and were i,
.. school auditorium. All
county high -
the guests of Col. and Mrs. J. C. \ TI ;
invited attend.
Miss Hilda Struth spent Thursday 1 Misses Grace and Ruby Kugatc, of Adkins sang at a meeting of the are

in Jacksonville. Jacksonville, spent Sunday with their Woman's Club.
aunt, Mrs. J. F. Colley. The following party of Starke Demonstration Sale of the

Mrs. S. G. Eastman and daughter, people went to Jacksonville Tuesdayto
Jessie Martin has returned
Mis I
visit in Miss Leah Struth spent Saturday, Miss Jack, of Richmond, Va., returned attend the Davis-Tatum wedding:,
:from a Tampa.
and Sunday in Plant City wih her to their home Monday, after spend which took place Wednesday after- Improved New Perfection
noon: E. M. Davis, II. C. Wall, Jim
ing several here with Mrs.
D. Boree has been very ill at his sister, Mrs. Sid Johnston days .
Reginald Kickliter, Jr., Misses Ethel Griffin,

home on Cherry street. I Miss Ruby Proctor, of Lake Butler, Gray. Vivirette Floyd and Josephine Brin- Oil Cook Stove with Su- ,

F. A. Scott made a business trip spent the week-end in Starke with New Goods arriving daily. See son. .
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Proctor. our Jiffion-Withmor dresses, $1.49 to
to Jacksonville Friday. I $3. 9. F. A. Crowder.Mr. I Mrs. J. M. Brownlee entertainedher Burners

I L. M. White, salesman for the Sunday school class Saturday perfex
Sumday I
C. F. Boyer, of Eustis, spent
Osceola Fertilizer Co., of Jackson- and Mrs. W. E. Davis, Mr. afternoon by giving them an Easter
here with friends.
ville is in town this week and Mrs. E. M. Davis and littledaughter egg hunt at her delightful country

Jean, and Mrs. Catherine home. Twenty-one children were I I
Mrs. Jay Alderman spent Sundayin Giant Zinnias seed at Mitchell's Davis motored to Gainesville and present and enjoyed the egg hunt and 3

Waldo with her husband. Drug Store. Alachua Sunday.Dr. delicious sandwiches.eats of fruit punch and Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,

Jack Brinson, of Madison, was here
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek and Mrs. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and
on a business trip Monday. I! Edward Burns motored to Gainesville children, Sara Hope and Georgie, Miss Mona Alderman, who is a April 28 29 30For

and Hawthorne Friday. spent Sunday and Monday at Lake student at the Woman's College, Tallahassee ,
Dr. W. R. Parks made a professional -
I is delegate this week to
Geneva with Mrs. Haynes' mother, a
trip to Jacksonville Saturday. 3 days we will demonstrate the COOKING QUALITIES
I the Southern Inter-Collegiate Student
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilder, of Mrs. R. P. McLarin.
Clearwater, spent the week-end here Government Association, in Columbus, of this stove A LADY DEMONSTRATOR FROM THE
Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins motored
;with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.. Edwards. The B9y Scouts went to Crosby Miss. This honor was conferred on I FACTORY WILL GLADLY EXPLAIN the feature
to Lawtey Sunday afternoon. many
I I I __. _. cemetery Saturday afternoon and Miss Alderman by the student bodyat
Laurie Edwards of Lawtey, spent 'II I, Carr Colley, student at the Univer- did good work in cleaning the large who elected her as their this new stove cmbKlics---slurdi..r construction full length one-piece! !

Sunday in Starke with relatives. sity, spent the week-end here with veterans' graves preparatory for delegate. I Irgs, new bottom shelf, more cooking space!, economical in the use
his mother Mrs. W. A. Memorial decoration
I. Colley.W. Day
Why buy Milk hOMe out of town of KEROSENE. the CHEAPEST OF FUELS. at the same
seed-at Mitchell's. .
Marigold-new A. Scott, of DeLand, will come Levy Canova, of Jacksonville, when you can get Ererwear Hose at I time giving the QUICK INTENSITY OF HEAT OF A GAS

?' Henry Blakely, of Waldo, is now today to spend the week-end with his pent the week-end here with hi* Sternbrrg'fi. RANGE.

i employed in Mitchell's drug store.L. parents, Mr. and. Mrs. F. A. Scott. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Canova.lie I I II II
I was accompanied by Pete Canova, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Weekly, of

A. Brown, of Brooker, was in Mrs. Will Edwards, of Lawtey, a former resident of Starke. Oak, motored to Starke Sunday and
(town Monday attending to business. comes to Starke every Tuesday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs.
Friday to teach her large music class. 1 You can get fine quality aluminumware E. W. Hayes and Mrs. Weekly's it WityIlRlAitlilfll"A4s"ia! ,

Mrs. J. W. Edwards entertained at the le Sale at the store of parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S, Strick- 1 9 W+p"

v [the Merry Workers Tuesday vening I Just received shipment of suappy,. lowe & Bryan, Saturday, April 20th. land, at Kingsley lake They were accompanied k
styles in silk dresses. Come in and on their return by Mrs. It + '
I ,
L. H. Partridge returned Tuesday look them over. F. A. Crowd Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Strickland and daughter Miss Callie, u' IIIIO dllpOt

[from a business trip to Jacksonville I daughter, Juanita, Mrs. C. W. Knight who will spend several days In Oak. Ii } A SS u
George C. White, state bank and son. Mis Inez Abernathy and

Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg motored( I examiner, has spent the past two I Miss Hannah Swindul spent Sunday

to Jacksonville Sunday and spent the I'weeks in Tampa and St. Petersburg afternoon at the State Farm. HOWS TIllS I

I Misses Lois and Toledo Gainey,whore Miss Loca Sweat has returned from do what we claim for it-rid your system
of Catarrh or L)"ana>a cauMd by
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin motored to attending the B. II. S., spent the Jacksonville, where she visited, her Catarrh I

Waldo Sunday afternoon to visit. rela- I week-end in Brooker with homefolks. '' brother, T. R. Sweat. She was accompanied slats HAL.KS of an CATARRH Ointment MICDIC1NB which quickly con.
tives. home by her sister, Miss Relieve the catarrhal Inflammation! and s i ial.
Paul E. Canova and son, Paul, Jr., the Inlornal Meillnlne. m. Tonic which
I Sara Sweat, who will spend several art Ulnoil on the MucousSurface.
'left Tuesday morning for a business Z'Ulhhu.th to restore -
assisting normal
Don't fail to visit our store when in weeks here. condition.. I
[town. F. A. Crowder.Mr. trip through the southern part of the Bold by druirglflt for over 40 Tear. I
V. J. It Co, Toledo O.
state. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, Mrs. Cheney ,

and Mrs. F. F. Stump and children Homer B. Limbaugh and daughter, -- I II I
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motored to Waldo Sunday after- I Mrs. W. II. Taylor, a former resident I Marjorie Jean, and Rawson J. Davis -/ ilehalWS!tlatttse

n. of Starke, has returned here motored to Lake Butler Sunday after- ,
I after several months spent in south noon and were guests of Col. and Mrs ; HOTEL MARION II III a

DeWitt C. Jones returned Friday I Florida. Joe Hill Williams. N4 +1 I
rom a business trip to Green I
[Springs. Miss Irma Stilley, of Jacksonville, I Just received big line of ladies', ', I II I t-
is upending this week in Starke with : miHses' and children's hats. F. A. I Under New !Management I I II I II tY

Gary Ennis, of Gainesville, was tho her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud ,! Crowder.Th. I : Center of City I Y

[week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.. J. W. Stilley. I "
[Morgan. members of St. Mark's church Excellent Room*-Excellent, I : I
Seed chufas, and N.. C.
peas knet at the rwrtnry on Wednesday Meals."Ask I
Mrs. J. L. Frazee went to Pablo Peanuts at White' 2t .v.n
to visit her niece, Mrs. discussed social time : ,
[Wednesday and a was enjoyed the Traveling !Man.
Mrs. n. L. McDowell and children, I
|D. T. Clark. | Light refreshments were the New Superfex StovesDouble
of Jacksonville, spent the week-end
served by the host.
with her parenta, Mr and 1\1 rH. John ; i
Miss Ethel Griffin spent Tuesday I ----- wall chimneys, vthi.h throw an intense heat against bottom r
and Wednesday in Jacksonville visit-, Uglow. I Mr.[ and, Mrs. E. M.[ Johns and little
ling friends. daughter, Gloria, Mrs. Elizabeth of cooking laenml.! I
Mrs. Nelle Hughes, of Lake' Johns and Mrs. L. A. of I -666
: ,
Charles Darby, of Jacksonville, Wales, is spending this week in I Raleigh, N. C., motored to Gainesville IK n prescription for Malaria, Chills The Improved New Perfection doc nut tool up cocking uien- il.. '

J spent Easter here with his brother, II Starke rick.I with. her mother, Mrs. S. F. Sunday afternoon and vlnitod' and Fever, DOHKUP or Bilious I'Vver. A controllable heat, at nil time. Less fuel !More heat.. Innl.in-
| A. M. Darby. am Mr. Johns' mother, Mrs. A. M. Pettit.
It kills the
I, __________ germs. tsnrous'conking heat

Fresh nasturtium seed. Mitchell's\ Mr. and Mrs. Britt and eon, of .
WANTED-Room with board In and let tell about
Iljug Store. Daytona, were week-end visitors at private home. See deaf this Call IIH tin you more Constructed- or .heavy, sheet steel, exlra bottom shelf, onepiecelegs
| the home of Rev. and Mrs. W. E. operator :
office. 00. jsc oosC0Ttr which mAn the New I Perfection as rigid ai a gas Ilove.I .
Miss Inez Moitt, of Jacksonville, Daugherty. I

spent the week-end with her sister, I +
Colds Cnufttt
Mrs. P. E. Johns. 1! Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Sistrunk, of I limp and Influenza I I
Eustis day Sunday
'" Demonstration Sale Terms Can
iju.j" 'T- "e only onv ''' ""n.re During
Senator Amos Brannen, of Lake Starke with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. ,. ._ I P

;Butler, was a visitor to Starke Sun- M. Sistrunk. II I Be Arranged on any Stove or Range [

afternoon.Mrs. I
Don't fail to attend the la II. E. LAGEKGKEN Tiw If Desired. $17.00 to $82.50 I

Charley J. Powell and mother,' Aluminum Sale at Howe & Bryan, .
:Mrs. Crosby, returned Monday from Lawtey, Saturday, April 26th. land and EnglnenlnaSuruylnlC I I

a trip to Tampa. I I I DeWitt C. Jones !
Mr. and Mrs J. M. Alvarez, Mrs. 8TARKB, FLORIDAHemingway's :

Messrs. Willie Dekle and Casper Ralph Rhodes and son, Miss Aileen I I I,
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Duncan, of Lake Butler, were visitor Alvarez and Billy Graham motored I I
to Starke, Sunday I to Gainesville Sunday. Starke Florida i
I Market !! I jI iI
George Baisden, of Jacksonville, ;I Mr. and :Mrs. T C. :Morris aid II I I
"The Best In Meats"
was a recent guest of his mother,, children spent the week-end in Jacksonville t In Come in and eat some good eats I!

Mrs. 1\(. A..Baisden. I with Mrs. Morris' mother, WESTERNLoin I

of Jacksonville Mrs M. A. Stokes. Steak, Ib 35C I II. I cooked on this good stove I
Miss Cora Sanders, I
was a week-end guest of Miss Carl Johns, who it attending the Round Steak, Ib 25c i I

:Addie Ba isden. U. of F., in Gainesville, spent Mondayand j Pork Chops, Ib 2Sc I.___ __ __ -_ ____ ___________ _' .f I
'' Tuesday with his parents, Mr. Spare Ribs, Ib 20c $5., i ii...

Our line of voiles, organdies, !ginghams 'and Mrs. S. R. Johns., FLORIDALoin .e ?nP'.w cr+.

percales, etc., complete. F. A.I
Crowder. | Mrs. J. F. Colley and son Ray Steak, Ib 30c GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

returned Saturday from a visit with Round Steak, Ib 25c Phone Numner -5l-J: and 51-W.

Charley Colley, of Macon, Ga.,was relatives in Williston and Hernando, Stew Meat, Ib 12 1.2 & lOc -- ----- &. RITCH

a recent visitor at the home of his making the trip by auto. Pork Chops, lb. 20c Q'IJI'aIlXlhdm .......... "" uIIIQIG.V\'I'' HEI'KEBErtT THE HEST LEADING

I 10 Ibs. sugar for $1.00. J. C. Pork Stew, lb. 15c ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,

\ E. M. Johns returned Tuesday from Manning, Cheap Cash Store. I II Boiled Ham, lb. 50c Ao4 a Full Line of BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

had been on I L/rdtlltl .' / / ""
Palatka where she Sausagelb 25c MADE PROMPTLY
professional | Mrs. C. W. Knight and little Ion --
and MISS Vera Surrency, of ,| Sliced Ham, Ib 40c AUTOMOBILE HEARSE .
J. J. Brooker'l' Ham, Whole Ib 20cArmour's : Aiway .. haul. Th. bet .*rV -
Miss Mtble Weller and cousin, are guests of their aunt, \[ .
Jacksonville for ; Shield Breakfast I at the twat price Special "COlilO BITTER IERTILIZER BE HADE WE WOUlD' MAKE IT" -
Truby, motored to Barefoot, on Cherry street. I{ altcation to Ul...raph *rr -
the day last Monday. Strip, Ib 25c *. fefUtereel Embala. 1\.,.... bering. sot our JMW April prl..u>t .< _r. "81MOV. PL'Kf" ..* CKMUKANim
Camel 1 returned Fresh and Salt Water Fish whl.k ban b.. lk. Bton4r4 at ....Ut7 e., u.. ,ul f.rty rwn with
spent :Mrs. Stanley to Ci :fUrM .r....... Prlcw .1.! ..,. ri.... Q.lltr ..e.IW.4..t. Ik. ...._.. bee UM kMt
Jay Alderman, of Waldo, her home in Ormond Friday after- Fruit and Vegetable DeWITT C. JONES r., rt.IU. AIM >rlc. u... .> iBMctiddM; HcrarM. D....a sad Dot*. 114 Aim*.
Monday here at the home of his spending several day here with her Phone 19 8 STARKE. FLA BM I is sow r.* W. Alder- !3
man.parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Scott. .,........., ................'" .-.., .. ."' -. ... E 0. PaiaterFertiliterf.. J


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PACE SIX _ _ _ _ _ _
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%- ---- ---- -- I II IP YOU HAVE =XMakrU.PllM.Slck I(I Six new state bank and one state Defuniak Springs-Strict paving-

r (; bank and trust established work to begin soon.Fcllsmere .
r I HMd,cK..C rtl.. \l company
FARMINGFARMERS oouLne fiowvl. Dumb Aau. Sour Stomach, I in Flordia since the beginning: of the -Local citrus groves
FARMERS M and Belchmvi your food doaa not
i: I aaimilat. yoN ba" no appatat, I new year. shipped total of 100 carloads of fruitto

I II I I Pensacola Cargo of 1,801,059 market this season.

I __ TO CONTRIBUTE; I II '" Tutt's Pills I superflcal feet of pitch pine lumber Cottonville-$23,000( .bond issue
.AM TKtCKKKS; ARE I t clears port for Bahia Blanche. voted for erection of new school
ARTICLES; or FARM I( Tampa-Work on Hotel Canryle building.
I TO HE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTYFARM II Stuart Thirty new business apartment building well undet wir>.

___ iSPI'RI Lake Worth-Construction of new Tampa-Walter B. Todd, formerly
\,: ='-- houses opened in past year.
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N $20,000 Baptist church completed. cashier of the City National Bank of
I ; he gets a dollar to spend every now Project under way for developmentof
Pensacola-Contract let for paving Ilackensack, N. J., was arrested here
off (from work-not ,
i SANITATION TALKSBy and then a day deep waterway across south Flor- I
II. from school) occasionally, and I'm Say "Bayer Aspirin"INSIST ida via Caloosahatchee river and its seven additional miles of Pensacola- I II this morning by United Statesmarshal's

"want to use the I Flomaton highway. deputies, who said they
I not particular to
!Jr. A. L. Shoaly canals, lake Okeechobee and St. Lucie
when he wants to I Riomar-East View Company In- were acting under orders of Department I
Professor, Veterinary Science flivver myself" : Unless you see the canal and inlet. j
/talling new waterworks. of Justice agents. Todd is
I University of Florida take his girl to ride. "Bayer Cross" tablets West Palm Beach Flordia Western
on -
i you Inverness-Street work lathe charged with embezzlement officials
I paving ,
I 1. CROPS GET START IN are not getting the genuine and Northern railroad to establish ; city well under way.MiltonApproximately. I stated. He had been employed under

No. 1.Fight the IIouHOy PAST WEEK'S WEATHER Bayer Aspirin proved safe by terminal and build 200-mile railroad i. 13 miles I the name of Cameron, as an automobile -
housefly is one man's from this to Coleman Sumter '
Tho filthy millions and prescribed by physicians city of hard-surface road to be built to salesman for the past five
worst enemies.It county. I. [
Benefit Resulted to Truck in Some for 24 Yellow river gridge. months. t tI
is a creature of filth; 00 percentof years. Clermont-Flordia Diatomite' Com I

all houseflies breed in horse manure Portions Accept only a !I pany, newly incorporated, to begin I ------

while the majority of the remaining Florida climatic-conditions last S Z/Ctw Bayer package:; operations on diatomite deposits!

10 percent are bred In the week, as given out today in the report ; south of city.ZephyrhillsContracts. MQdbl3 Ua U0 D

manure of other domestic animals I of Prof. A. J. Mitchell, mctero which contains .directions to be let l
and also in human excrement.\ proven for construction of 36 miles of road. -
in the South
favorable ,
logist, were lI
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets
The female fly begins laying eggs with ample sunshine, enough to start Also bottles of 24 and 100-Druggist* Live Oak-$9,500 bonds issued for
In from 10 to 12 days after hatching.One I
tho growth of plants in lands which Anplrfn IN the Made mirk of n.7rr< Mantl' paving Ilelvenston avenue.
female fly carries disease germs factor of Moaoaratloaelilmter of HallcfUcacIdto I
were lately too wet to bo farmed. West Palm Beach-Plans being
i on tiny bristles which cover its body I made for street -
improvements. costing lI
and especially its feet. It also spreads Lowlands were already too wet and the acre with 90 percent gradingas $123,000. r
the additional, precipitation of twodays'
t disease germs through its vomit and No. l's.WaltonBig. Fort Pierce-$1,600,000 north St.
I rain was unfavorable. When of
percentage our
'j excrement. Lucie river drainage project covering
f Germs that causes such disease as I the rainfall was moderate, as was farmers are lined up for our county- I 75,000 acres to be completed August st I
the in the South and the lower wide which
typhoid fever, dysentry, tuberculosis, case plan, is: "Every stumpout 1.

;'I. intestinal disorders, especially of ;(portion of the central division. benefit deep breaking of land in fall and Jacksonville-$130,000 allotted for
carried resulted to truck and citrus trees. winter, using plenty of high-grade
thildrdcn and are
: sore eyes
improvement of
river from I
by the housefly. [Warm nights and dry soil is needed fertilizer, shallow cultivation." this city to Atlantic ocean. l.,

of the over most of th3 section. i Ilillsborough-Many citrus: grow
1 The fly delights in partaking Miami-Contract to be let for construction
Work advanced until ers are spraying effectively with lime
filth in which it breeds and then going on uplands of 5 miles of sanitary
to the family table for dessert. the rains began. Thereafter low- sulphur and nicotine sulphate to con sewers.

Control this pest by throwing horso lands were too wet for several days. trol aphids. Fort Myers-New 8-story additionto

manure into a special bin twice daily. Early corn made some progress on Dade-We have had a county-wide Franklin Arms hotel completed.St. .

Keep the bin covered in order to keep uplands; that on lowlands made better-sire campaign here this week. I Petersburg-Citv votes. J22S.. r

out the f1iesDedding slow growth. Blight is reported in 000 bond issue for -school l---i
should be used in the some celery fields, but most of the RED SPIDERS KILLED BY DUST ments. improve On Every Basis 1

animal stalls to absorb the liquid l crop has been shipped. Melons are Clearwater $150,000 be
manure. It takes only a few minutesa uniformly poor. Oats are fair to Red spiders begin doing considerable for erection of municipal spent Buick SatisfiesMeasured
gas plant.
day to rake up the manure and 'poor-occasionally good; some com damage in various parts of the Thonotosassa-Contract let

I shovel it Into the bin. plaint of rust. Tobacco is doing well. state in March and April. They injure construction of for
where the variety of plants, unless controlled new junior high on the basis of
it i In this way one conserves important Strawberries improved school. appearance, comfort

'( fertilizing elements. When moisture was not excessive. Truck is by sulphur dust. Peas, beans, Winter Park -New municipal and utility, Buick more than satisfies the most :

r the bin is full, scatter the manure plentiful in local markets but each strawberries, citrus, cotton, violets athletic field completed. exacting motorists.

r p over the ground and plow under. crops, as a rule, are backward.The camphor are liable to attack. Molino-Work

I If the bin fills before the manureis rainfall was moderate over Infested plants become gray and this point to Dee's on new Field road from Measured on the basis of day-in and day-out
needed in the fields, make into a much of the central division. In fact dried up in appearance and finally dependability, Buick has for years past set the

a large pen and keep coverd so that localities need light rain. Tomatoes turn yellow and die. Such plants, completion. standard for the industry. .
Pensacola-Members of Escambia
: rain will not leach out the fertilizer improved in some districts. The particularly the undersides pf their I

i elements. ''planting of corn continued. Truck leaves, are covered with a web of fine I County Growers' Association puttingin Measured on the basis of enduring, trouble-

Manure a week or two old does not such as peppers, celery and eggplant, silk under which the minute yellowish large acreage watermelons of potatoes, _free, personal transportation, Buick stands out
cucumbers and than
; ,''I I attract flies. Therefore, it Is not made fair progress. Groves are in mites can be seen with the naked as a car unique, distinctive and
ever before, in effort to diversify apart.
dangerous as a breeding place. good condition. There Is much bloom. eye. Under a good lens one can .

\ Ask your neighbor to follow these Beneficial rains prevailed over the readily see the eight-legged adults, crops. Ask any Buick owner. | .*
Muscle Shoals Birmingham and
which from red to in color ,
i suggestions. western division, and truck made are green F-.H-I'-NP' !
I i" I the bright red and tho white Pensacola' railroad serving industrial
good/: progress. The planting of corn eggs, (

p GIVE T1IK BOY A CHANCE and cotton continued. Both crops are skins which were cast. off when the II districts resume full-time schedule. LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY .
( I OUUmar-New Methodist church \
late. spiders molted.
Out aro doing well. The / J M. Smith, Manager.

t.4, i By Spuds Johnson setting of sweet potato slips con- I These spiders belong to a group I I being Tampa built.-Perfecto Garcia & Bros. Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties
called spider-mites which includesthe
It has been my experience and observation tinued. Plants 'are small. Shtsuma .
'j! I rust mites of citrus. The best let contract for $18,000 addition to
that'too of farm trees Improved, and reports of lIom'obloom :,
many us
factory. When better automobiles are built Buick will build them
remedy for of the is ,
i folks look upon our work as drudgery. were received. The sunshinewas any group some
form of advises J. It. I -- ----- --------- ---- --
sulphur, Watson ------ ---
:Farming is not easy work, to be sure, adequate, temperatures were
but It's favorable.The entomologist of the Florida Experi-
mostly a state of mind that

l causes us to think it is downright drought was broken on the ment Station
I "shivery." lower East Coast and pastures, citrus "Use either free sulphur or some --- -- -- -

: When I was a boy it was! more than fruits, pineapples and truck, except of its compounds-such as lime 1 1 Estimates Farmers Lose $200,000,000 per Year From Crows
the fathers could do to keep all tomatoes, Improved. Early corn made sulphur-to control the red spiders, -.c I
l the boys tho farina. good progress in the Okeechobeo applying it as a dry spray." Professor "
on They
were / ./ S.
Watson advises. "Free is a'' ./ < II
district.' sulphur : )
off the r ,
} 1 going to stores, or log or "l ,
most convenient means of control. It .
I, turpentine or road There I"" '
camps. 1 is somewhat slower in action than i
'I eight or ten hours, a dollar and a -
r quarter day and Saturday afternoonoft EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY some compounds of sulphur, often 7 (
I j I looked like AGENTS' REPORTS taking two or three days or more to
more "opportunity"to 1 . do its work, but it remains active fora 1
them than with dad from 'fore I .
Okcechobce Growers long time, frequently for two or \
sunup way after night, no pay I 9
are realizing that three weeks, and usually kills the
And no time olT 'cept Sunday evening spraying is a necessity

(and not then if the' cows had to be and not a luxury, and are acting mites if the weather is warm. During ::1
cool weather it is not effective
accordingly. as as
r brought up).
Yen, we have it in our system that Alachua-The farmers cooperative limo sulphur. On citrus trees it does :,

g farming Is harder than any other organization! is building an $8,000 not do good work at a temperature ,,
much below 90 degrees.
kind of work. Then tho dads make It packing house to take. care of the
too stiff and regular for the boys. farmers' no-odd. In the strawberry patch sulphur

These account for any scarcity of St. Johns-Damage to potato crop on be applied by hand, or shaken into Oklahoma's war on its ten million crows, which eat $10,000,000 worth of farmproducts in a year, is )

farm labor. from! heavy rains will be slight indications the vines through a closely woven spreading and agriculturists all over the country are now waging a war against the cunning bird of prey. ,

I guess it is born in us to look upon at present are 75 percent cloth or a perforated can. It is estimated there are two hundred million crows .in the United States. rSO

farm worlc and farm life as humble normal yield will be harvested. -. -- -----
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and undignified. But the peopla of agreed
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the soil must get it Into their .heads : to run a poultry car from Madison : S DUSTRIAL WEEKLY REVIEW IN-' THERE YOU ARE?N ) WHY -E" ---.f! I THE iPEfc.:! SUPPOSfiTHA ) VvlHV-

k 1 that In their work, their business, ,. every two weeks; a buyer will be on I. HOME WHERE NAVE YOU BEENyV I JUST .i-Cr-r> I I WOULD STAY AWAY ER-owE

: their life, they are just as noble and hand and will pay the farmers before Fctlsmere-New $350,000 fertilizer ALL EVCNIN6- COMIN6/// 'IN THE SWC8: KK.: A, 1"1201'14E Houce THAT gQwrv -

I fine and great as anybody else Then the car 11.11 ves.SeminoltCelery. I plant of Standard Agricultural SWEET HOME FOQ 5UPPESTAL, < WITH THE (0OVS !
I they will be the happiest and most still moves out AT 80CUOCK.Lon /'
(I i prosperous and contented. Farm rapidly for a high price; we probably Chemical) Corporation being rushed to HOME I

I people are too quick to place themselves have 1,200 carloads left out of a completion. fy. I I II Iw
in the two-for-a-qunrter total crop of over 6,000 cars. paytona; -$50,000 Masonic templeto

crowd. Lake--One of our growers has be erected soon. Oscar Knows That

planted 112 different varieties of Tavares-Survey being made for She Dotin't Mean
r;: But the main reason for the unpopularity I
: .1' n$ of the fatm, from a standpoint grapes, in order to try out to his own city hard-surfacing to Eustis. highway from this Maybe, Either

I of labor, )U the fact that farm satisfaction those adapted to this Groveland Construction kyW
boys don't get a fair chance. We county as well as to give other for Esential Oil plant
Company nearing _
I work the enthusiasm and natural love' rowers some valuable information. completion. y ___ ,4 I'' ;I S!{

I for things at homo out of them, give I'I'I' Another has 28 acres planted to Tavares Work by
on new court house
t them_ little (if any) time off or fun Carmen grapes,. and- will m increase. his progressing rapidly. TerryCilkilJOD

or pleasure, and never attempt to I II plantings another season.
I Clermont-City purchase fire
I II Putman-Heavy rains did little new
I help them tea farther than the tips
of their noses. We even insist on .damage to the potato crop; early AUTOCAtTIt
I Kissimmee
-Paving of eight miles
thinking for them. Personal thought diggers report from 40 to 60 barrels
of city streets to begin May 15.;
-, )' J la stifled) more on some of our farm
I j than anywhere else-fathers do the the Quloliwit Dot riot Allect Ire rku :j South Jack.onville-in men with I 60 TO A LAP.S'MD A-SOU KNOWAt. ELL TH "'G r

Bwfliiw of 'Its foole and l vi* rITer rATIVF weekly payroll of $800 employed in COCItTY MttWi AMD HCTt] OLL'.. I WOUUVMT6AV :
stifling and their : : \\.i.r
sons are the suf : UKOMO golsiNt: a b: > an ; ;; construction of new street line. JUST WHAT HAPPENED
ferers. fey shoot caiiftliM rvouwuMw i iI or rhapn" a 88 HOME! IN TIM TO A X0RP- NaT t1\
f !'j la ItYj-:::: ,: E.W.GKuVi 3 I >UI.vature.n.-. x :'pv State to carry out $400,000 national OL' OP\R.! I PIP/
,1 1i f I t!; : Who can blame a red-blooded her' SET 1tUR.UPPRog WORD/ ,
advertising campaign. WHAT THeN QJ ,--- Q
t boy for throwing up the sponge and TRAIN SCHEDULES State to spend $60,000,000 for road "p 0 I

: saying, "Dad, take your old farm and (In effect Nov 11, 1923) construction and improvement this q M 11 16.
i jro; chase yourself with it?" I don't. SouthboundNo. "., I
year. ,
The boy at our house I Iva member of 1 reaches Starke at 12:18 a. m. % J t49v :

the boy's club and a boy scout, even No. 3. 10:69: a. m. fr re

r/ tho he has far to go to attend meet- No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00 p. m. FOR HOME AND STABLE IleA tI
No. 15, Limited, 1:18 m. Tbo extraordinary Boroiono treatment Odd;
p. I r
And if I do
ings. even it myself
say NorthboundNo. for flesh/ wounds, cut, sores, galls, burns
.1 and scalds is just aa effective in the stable
Z reaches Stack 4:15
: : a. m.
aa in the home. Homo flesh heals with
No Worm In a healthy ChI/oJ/
No. 4. 4:26
l : p. m. rcnuirkablo speed under its powerful in- I ICOUN11Nb
AJI children troubled with Worn \h.rvr< nn unj No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m. fluence. The treatment is the same for Is

healthy, thft'O"color.mar which" orlcM tndkatr.puorbh..inlsrule tlumach. : a".turtviiivt.ROVES I No. 18, Limited, 6:57: p. m.Wtnnee animals as for humans. First wash out

j! TASTELESS CHILL ruNIC ?,.. n r.rfu, Branch infectious germs with liquid Boroione, 4tRw4
L,', krtwoor taros _h wU' nrk-h ', h' old. No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. and the Boroione Powder complete the {
..Mpmv.lh.dltlon..nd.len.-; !b No. 104 arrive Starke 3:18 p. m. healing proofs. Price (liquid) 30c, 60o -ruequAcn
cninii Tnnlctotb*whoM 7atn.. Naturwwt ititnthrowoTrrdlnMl and$1.20. Powder SOo and 60o. Sold by I <> IN ApucK .
i lb.worm.,.odlh.ChU.Iwii,'b. T. J. GRIFFIN,
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I Btitf enough to knead, it is called j young folks until a late hour with KEEPS CHILDREN B." Crfttln.. trnrhlriir. t ._._......_____- 'o.oe l I I prolmatoy! .... mile. -
TilE SECRET OF BAKING O. Kay t.sehmnr. 8 ___ ___.___.__.. 111.01W. <0, The total oiiantltiv' of the ltm an which"
| a dough. Bread dough biscuit dough radio music in their comfortable a. _
I R. Thrnton. .Itor. __ __. __. u.oe! proposal arc dralnd CM approxlmntly M
GOOD BISCUITS ," I and pie dough are examples of this home. Many games were played and W. M. Edward: wood,, t ___.._____._ IH.OI 0Q: ': triearlnir
.' WELL AND STRONG Ins Whit, .....hlnor. 9 .___________.___ 16.0I I and ffrubbin 167.B ache>.
degree of stiffness. I delicious refreshments were served C. Frlpn.' tcachiitTr. I __._____.._._h_ 1 .0 0 I Rxcavatlon. 66010 sub) yard.
By Helen Harrington Downing "' "'land had time. "' W. O. Uuv I nl. '....hlntt. a _..___._..__190.0 I Kmd. ",..bln. uraditi* 14/0 atatlona.
+ A biscuit dough can be used in everybody a splendid :-\PH i t hilOn'ti: w'' (> nn w ..k and Mr*. B. I'.rkln.. teaching nh_____ 00.DC I Road "'..hln. grading (Sand-.lay Mtlon)
Director Horn Economic Calumet M,'I making many delicious variations. Those present were as follows: \-\ dun G., <.,<' I'unto-Mangnn: isUoe Mrs Rva Anderann. "".blnll. S ______ AO.0(I lao .t..tlona.|
I. JL iclc'il tn'i '. It rtv.l'iina, the Italy Moor, tmohlpr. II ____n________ 2500Mra. I I'nt..d plllna 6HS2 Un. ft.
Baking Powder Co.. Chicago III. r .f By adding grated cheese to flour a Misses Ruby Proctor Addio Mao J. T. Moor, touching S ________ 60011, Untreated. structural limber 1S1.6 M.
S r r delightful change to with ': Rawlerson, Josie Bennett, Ruby iron .hc mvd t. : purr blood bodily Mr. 0..... ttubrrtii. tmohlnir. S ________ 'S.J. .\ZJ, Clay aurfaclnit material 8000 an, yd.
servo o'niK) )t.' ui'd Him, bid; iK-th. At 'r. Harmtouching.. 0 __.______.--.160.0 0, l of overhaul 1000 unlta.
The ability of a housewife as a cookis salads is the result. Roll these Driggers Mary Richard and Amelia thin' .i>a..IIn eC'y ihild will! benefit ivllo Dowllnir, ....hlnlf. 3 _____.______ 9.71 tllsinr: :! and ihnpinir. land slay .urt....,

very often judged by the biscuits biscuits thinner and cut smaller than ,I Harper; Messrs. Willie Dekle Ernest b..' K.nu it. At your ujtfl3t's; I J.MAbelle W. While Anilvraon, A eon tcachlnv.Iticild.. S a_....._._.___u___ II a.SO.29 J9000 12 Inch cu. pip yda. culverU, SKI Un. ft.

she makes but I the usual biscuits. Thinly rolled j[I. Butler, Clydo Crews, Clays Dollins, in luui'U! mill tcblol fuim. Bradford. ('0. Telegraph. prlntlnir, II: __ 21.00 IK Inch |>IX| culveru, 672 lln. ft.
they are really very i .... .
To MH' for yntmolt l niiti 5 .---- ... 2 on 24 Inch pip* .ulv. AZ1 lln. ft.AH
Trial Tatreb --- -- -
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simple to make. If the materials biscuit dough sprinkled with sugar j',: Curtis Bennett Harry Shaw, Cecil the. haith.buii.nnirw I r>itii> 1.1: __.___.__..__ _______.__.-.-.-.-_ a.on I work to h* don In aocordanc. with
\\\\ i>f duile'd: Pt itUi-Mantfiin. writt Mluy II. WmU Uarhln 2 : 1.10, the plan and Inatructlon. general provlalona.IMttial ,
Roberts Leonard Summers Willie i : : ------ --------
used are of the very best the recipe and sliced bananas rolled and baked fur ir i.Tt.u* Trial I'u. bare of 'h.hM.. Bond I provisions/ Npr" .,IHcationa and proposal
roll makes excellent Minshew and Amos Branning.Mr. mo nil..iu.> lot nnnf" unit ...101..*.. to and eonlraot of Brailford county'
followed as a jelly an
carefully and measurement II. J. lucltchhnrh On. ,3 W..rron St.. N. Y. To Cure a Cold In One Day Each bid moat be aoompanf4 by a
are made accurately only a little experience dessert. Serve with a lemon sauce. Zeke Wainwright of Plant Take LAXATIVE PROMO QIIININK: eT.hlr.R') certified I check or a blddpra: bond mad nay
thin be City passed through here Sunday on slope th. ('4With Hnil tlratlat.h* And worse oft h able to K. 8. Matthwa Chairman Board of
is required to produce excel- Tiny may split, Gudc"spepto.Aiangan Cold a. W. GNUS 6'a,; aliiimtura uu each but :Wi pond: ":.vSdene.: : '; Hv* thor th* amount
lent biscuits. buttered and served with tea while his way to his farm at Midway.Mr. bd.i aa of good and aa a 1
Himrante that If awarded the contract the
The principal requirement in mak- larger ones may be served with I and Mrs. Morgan of Brooker, bjdd,>r will axecut* th* contract and give bondrequired. '
were guests at the home of Mr. and J. L. FRAZEE ee .. ,
breakfast luncheon. In order to
ing: baking powder biscuits is, of or Tho right Ia renewed. 10 reject any or .U
John B. Crews a few days this week. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT Mils. and to construct ..1or\ auchpnrtu
course, that a reliable brand of bak- utilize left over biscuits of this kind, Tonic and Blood Enricher any or.
>na of theae mauls aa th Board maydiwldo
they be split and toasted or Judge R. A. Green, the efficient errv.r.r.--- LAWrOSTOFFICE ''
ing powder is used and used correctly may at any time prior to the final completion

that the ingredients be mixed quickly dipped uickly into boiling water and Judge of Bradford county was shaking Miss Winifred Wimberly Bob BUILDING 1'lana of and the.apeelleattona work. may b* sawn ., th.

and not so much-as to make a tough baked in a quick oven until the surfaceis hands with his many friends hereMondav. Dinkins and Francis Williams were STARKE. FLA. Wee of the County Engineer and *opt.a of I
the '
I' apeelfleatlona may be oblalnad from th I.
biscuit. Too stiff a dough should also dry. visitors to Lawtey Friday.E. .neitMtAW of the ItnMnl ml-- t3.BO Dar sop...
be avoided.All When bake, do bake goodbiscuitsdon't Miss Estelle Dowling has returnedto REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP TUB AI'I I\, lelll---: ,
you Wilkinson of Waldo spent :
R.\ 0.
her home in Waycross Ga. after BANK OP BTARKE. AT BTARKK MATTHEWS.
waste time on inferior Chairman
breads divided into \y
are two spent Sunday here with relatives.
spending several days with her cousin In th. .lat. of Florida, at the .lo*. of bual- C. A. PUTCH,
classes products. A good flour and a E. L. Williams, of Jacksonville! fleas March SI, 1954. Secretary. }i

1. Quick Breads. 'reliable baking powder, a hot oven Miss Jessie Dowling. visited friends here Sunday. K..eere 4.4-5U4-2. ,I
Loan on real .sta. 31KOO.00
Seeber Thomas who has
2. Yeast Breads. and your family will appreciate your a splendid Mrs. II. C. Wimberly Miss Beth Loana on Collataral I ffaurtt. other ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
business at Pablo Beach was visitinghis than petal _ta,. .... 6040400
efforts. Try these recipes. In Circuit Court. State of Florida Eighth
breads made In
Quick are a shorter Wimberly and R. C. Dinkins attended
All other laana and dlieounta SO.09., Judicial Circuit Bradford County, In Chan
in Lake Butler
time than is required for making Baking Powder Biscuits Sunday. the funeral! of Mrs. Alice Besscnt at Overdraft .., 271140 rely
The many friends of Mrs. Ralford Unllf.1 Stalm flon.la .._ ilttoe0' Farmer A Pealera Bank a orpo-(
yeast breads and are generally served 4 cups pastry fTour Long Branch Saturday.Rev. Slat*. county and municipal bond. 10000.00 ration organlaed and extatinirunder
4 level teaspoons baking powder Johns will be pleased to know that J. L. Strickland of Newberry Ranking hoot*. furnlturn, Dxturra .. 0IH7.Att the law of the But of
hot.A she is improving from her recent Other real wtat ...---._ Rlltt. 9 Florida.Complainant. .
quick bread requires the follow 4 level tablespoons butter or lard was greeting old 1 friends here Satur- pun from lnBorporatd bank.--.17006/ ,
1 milk real sick spell. Clalma and other raaourcoa 11I1.81 -
ing ingredients: flour, a liuld, salt % cups Mark day. Cnah 110""na 12111 94Caah J. J. Sterrleka. *t .....
and a leavening agent. To these may 1 level tablespoon salt. Johns one of the Mr.. and Mrs! Geo. P. Wilkinsonand on hand .- 20611.20To'rdr. Itefendant.It
progressive farmers of New River by affidavit appended t* th*
be added some other ingredients not Sift flour once, then measure add little daughter, Vera Mac wentto .- 866012.61 bill fier..n.'h: abov-Ur: d caua that

necessary, but often desired such as salt and baking powder and sift three was visiting his daughter Mrs. Rat- Jacksonville Sunday to reside. I.lahlllUM Lucinda Wright and Hoh Wright her huohand
ford Johns Sunday. Canlul nl. shortening, sweetening, flavoring and times rub in shortening with fork or I* H. Long of Waldo was transacting Suri.liia fund 790000 Annie Oewdney and Ewan Dewdney her
spoon add milk mix lightfully, turn Rev. W. T. McGuire and wife of business here Undivided profilea(! vnnrnaoa htwhiind the dofentlanla therein named ar
eggs. Monday. nonrealdi'nta of the Htata of Florida, and
litxHi raid) JI72274
There are some points to emphasize out on a well-floured/ board and roll Ray City, Ga., were visiting in Lake G. E. Wilkinson and 11. M. Grand, I Inirv1.I: rl..l.iIM aubjuot to ehrek _2H4linn.7llHavln they are realdenta o( Uniruwlnk. Slate ofth'nrgla
Butler last week. di.<|....ilt.* 74857.95 and are over thi* sue of twenty-
which cannot be repeated too often. or pat one inch thick cut and bake in of Jacksonville spent Sunday! herewith Tim ....111...'.. of deposit .-- '14 4.IrprtlAcd one yeara ; It I. therefor* ordiured. that aaldnonrealdimt .
When mixing fat into a dough suchas quick oven' ((450 degrees F.) fifteen Rev. McGuire preached two interesting relatives. ohvcka ....- Ill 00 defendant* h* and ar* hreby ra.nulr.d .
sermons at the Christian. Canhlrr'a ehek oiilatanillnir, !HO.(lit to appear to the bill of Bomplainl
biscuits it is preferable to add the to seventeen minutes. Mrs. Ida" B. Williams and !Mrs. --- ale: In ald emus on or hefnr Monday. tha
Coffee Cake church Sunday to a l large attentive TOTAL ..._ IH6042DIBt Jillli day of May A. I). IIU4 otherwli* tha
fat in solid form and mix lato the dry II. C. Wimberly were visitors to Jacksonville allegations nf aald. bill will b* taken a* .oafuanetl .
4V4 flour audience at the morning and evening t* nf Florida" County of Bradford. ... i said. defendant.It
ingredients, either with a knife or cups pastry Monday.J. I I. KAWSON J. DAVIS C..hl..r of thabovonnmrni .. I by
services. la further ordered' that thla order be
with the tips of the fingers. 4 level teaspoons baking powder E. Wimberly and A. A. Crews hank ito. solemnly swear that published one. a week for four eonie.utlr.wr.k. .
t I I th* abov .'tatrmftnt la trim to the bunt of my .
In the
Although it is possible to make a 4tablespons sugar HIGHLAND were visitors to the state farm at knowledge and h*lif. nnwapaper publlahed Pradforil In County old County Telegraph and a

| 3 rounding tablespoons butter or I Raiford KAWSON J. DAMS Caahlr. Stale.
good dough using a spoon for Sunday.J. CORRECT: ATTBHTlK.
Ihla April 82nd 1024.
mixing, the beginner, however, must lard I J. Thomas was a visitor to :. M. MATTItKWS. U. W. ALDERMAN.
Highland, April 18.-G. II. Barker, A. M. IVAHMY. I'
Clerk. .
2 ((8..1) Circuit Court.By
be careful not to stir the eggs Starke
dough so Saturday. J. W. ANl>ltKWH. Sit,
,of South Jacksonville spent Wednesday O. A. KNIGJI'r.Pop"ty I
as to toughen it as is often the case 1% cups milk Ulrvotora, CI.....
and Thursday here the guest of flubiierihiNl and sworn to brfor m. this 11:. M. JOHNS.
with the first biscuits a person makes. 1 level teaspoon salt. II. C. Highland April 26.-II. II. Rogers tilth day of April. m4. P. N. KNIGIIT.I Hollcltuir for Compl..ln.nt.25S..28
Sweetening raisins currants, and Sift flour then measure; add baking Wimberly family. of Albany Ga., arrived Thursday I I 18".1)) Notary fubll. I I
Mra. Ida B. Williams made a business ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
spice are often added separately or powder, salt and sugar; sift three for an indefinite stay and will be I I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS In rircult. Court Stale of Florida. Eighth

combined and added to biscuit dough times chop butter in with spoon beat trip to Jacksonville Thursday. the guest of Mrs. Ma B. Williams | Sfalnl blda. will b* renal..,. by the Hoard I Judicial, Circuit, Urad'ord County: In Chancery
C. M. Click, of Jacksonville was a of llnnd Truatem of Uradfonl County Plnrlda.at .
after part of the milk is added. egg whites with half egg-shell of business visitor while here. th* ofTie of the .Brtary of th. Hoard, l..-liil ,M. Haaaett. k'

Baking powder is used in place of water added to each until stiff, then here Friday.CONSTIPATION. Mrs. II. C. Wimberly !Miss Wini 'I at 6th Stark 1024.. and Florida at until that time a o'elo publicly..k p. m.opcnwi Mar Complainant... f IrD.f.ndant {

yeast, to make a flour mixture rise. add yolks and beat in; add milk and fred Wimberly and R. C. Dinkins for ronitruetlnr or Improvlnir t h. following Mont Haaa.lt

When the mixture is of a liquid and beat all together; turn into two were visitors to Lawtey Friday. I roaila lluad or N.nrtloni.. 14. Stat of roatla* Itn.J. In 18 Hradford to N.w county 1&1....I hull'appearing1 by affidavit" : appended to tb* ,

a good plain straight flour, and is square pans and spread even; brush Mrs. R. C. Padgett!/ and! children eR..I.r Road),. Approilmat I.nath ,.. ( .:. In the above tinted cauae that Mont
Hanaett the defendant therein named la
milca.Koad a
top with milk. Spread with the following spent the week-end the guest of',' No. 20, Road No. 1 to Sampson City.Approxlmat non.realdenfc. of the II'.'. of Morlda. and h.
: Is the parent of nearlyall length 8.1 mil.. .la a nwldant of Rapid City. Michigan and la
other Ills Mrs. Carrie Padgett, in Gainl.'sville'l| Him.l No. IV, II.... toad.. 19 to Road No over of twenty-on yeam j U la
%cup flour Mrs. Ola Sasser and Miss Bernice 1. Approximate. length' 56 mils. for* ::'I..i: that nald nnnraaldent .. h.i.t.
% DR. G. B. WILLIAM'SLIVER I Road No. V Kutenalon.. lload No. I to B.... lit b* and .la hereby. reniieated. to appear to the
VIRILE STRENGTHIN cup sugar Sasser left Wednesday for Jacksonville dliih'i. Approxlmat lenirth 1.7 mllea.Koad bill of complaint filed caue on of
l't.f: :
1 teaspoon cinnamon AND KIDNEY PILLS where they will be located for a'' No. It I. Road No. I to Road No. IEstanalnn. before Monday::: th* Bth May A. D.
Approxlmat length I." mile. M.I4. otherwla the allegation. of laid bill
EVERY BOTTLENo 1 tablespoon butter. A Natural TreatmentFor while. I Koad. No.. IK, Road No.1''to Doan'a llrldir. will h* taken aa oonr_... by laid defendant
Mix flour, suar and cinnamon; rub Stubborn Livers Mrs. J. R. Approximate length 2/ mllea.Itoad It I* further ordered that order h. publl.h.
I Mosley was a visitor to No I 17, Koad No. I to New Hop ml oncn a week for four donineutlv uveehain
need to h.v. Malone Chill I butter in until it is crumby; spread Gently unr. the howln to natural Starke Wednesday Kond. Approximate. length 28 mil.. the Itradford County Telegraph a newapnper .
.nd Fever. Cold. or La Orlpp. thick action and leave theayiiu In aatronir, j toad. No. 14 K.l..n.n.! Blal Itoad 19 to puhltehed, : In aaid County and Htat.
Nor to feel all run down and unable on top of cake; bake in wall rogulutd condition R. C. Dinkins motored to Lnwtey Clay county linn. Appruxlmnt.. lnnth 1.1 'I I his April 2nd. 1024.
to njoy your food. moderate oven 30 to 35 minutes at They are not haliit forralnir and du Saturday. ml).... G. W. ALDERMAN
not irnpu.' sicken or saliva. ;I Ibiail. No. 16. Road No. to Road No. ,. (Seal) Clerk Clrcul Court
I 325 degrees F. especially recommendedfor Tho strawberry movement from Approximate 'length 42 mll.. By C. A. Nil.HI'.
101 TONIC This is based the Itoad" No. 22. Iloail No I in to Willi.....'. Deputy Clerk.
recipe use biliousness ; hero is
upon constipation n little stronger at HRICKNHiilloltor
presentthan Ai>i>roxlmalo l length 15 mllM. It. A. .
of Calumet Baking Powder. IndlueNllon "....k. it has Icon, the fruit is improving '1 ho tola. Ixnulha of thean proJmU i i..p- for Complainant .-.-"'.11.1 ,

r The Greatly IMPROVED Tonicwill ache iiiul 1 kidney und liver '

help you amaalnicty. There complain / in flavor and. size and prices are .___I......_ _.." .__._
I. no other tonic like It. Great Full iJImtlonn on ,evcij' prtckaif. I IMrs. h7
hoata blest itH efficacy. Alice Mosley and :Mrs.
At Your Drua..lul'arlrlck. New- rrhiW-t J ARTIIUR.Y )
At Your Urufglet'a I Lake Butler April 18.-Last Friday ton Moslew were visitors to Lawtey r.:.; BRISBANE 4 I I

PRICE 25c I evening !Mr. and Mrs R. F. 25c Monday.Mrs. .

I Rivers entertained several of the II. C. Wimberlv.. Misses Ethel Nature Wonder6
Retires-Lincoln' Poem-Strong Women- *
Hick*, Martha Mersircnu, and Wini: =

_. I fred Wimberly and R. C. Dinkins -
wore HUHluIii the
:;::: John Kllin: KnKliiiKl'H: liniiifinun, I the. world.' She fun
vmitoru to
n- Starke Sunday retires from l 1.11.
C.; A. (Collins of Starkn, was a rpaion. Hi. hanged/ (ItmtiT/ ( uni1- I allow men on liornvliHck to ride

business" visitor here Monday.Mr. mint and Kililli: 'Ihumptmn! lh<' I duet over n bridgo of which the weight

t f e $ and Mrs, C. B. Bennett and Woman hutiKetl in (rent. Mrltuln.HIIlH i reels upon tier.

Z6S dihaQ; \liy moved to : wall quid) fifty uhilliiiit
Lawtey wou1J
g01/ I II9J Saturday. boot 't.60.:. each tine| ho huntfc'ila In old days Much a lady
Mr. anti !Mrs Geo. Wilkinson returned human bemu- Thut wax for the huvu bean courted by many.

RUNABOUT 'rl..JDomoun..u.Rlma Monday from a visit in JaukMonvillo. haniflnir. 1'hor.paid him flfty She might have been that Ama-
,. told Alexander tha
EJJt who
shillings| more good conduct.) sun queen,
i Grout that aha would llku to to

Albert Starling spent tho weekend e "Good comluft" meant that ho the mother of his children, a in'*>

with relatives at Lawty. must stay out of drinking nuloonn sage followed by an interesting! : ,

at the place nf uxticutlon bi-r
HIJIiSCHIHE: TO and after the hnniflntf. This rnmlo the only reply that a poll to nmu

e Till: 'l'l LJ'Gn1'1IPllcs ) him |loan money; In thu old day could) *
public houam )' tho hangman tho time *

to stand at their bar.

Cu.eu in ft to I f Uiys'n The more ho drank the more the What b< rame of the result of ,
Tn11e1r refund hnntfman talked, the more he that meeting ? Who knows but that
..t,t t .. ,In. h rat. Blind Hi dinner P,'ilnnJUiil' Parr fan ttttkcdt the morn terrible became this powerful( Imlian woman ..iaybo )

'w" / |'t"vn !,rI'.1'' I fn: "I.I y a._ .., his stories nf the Kiiiunlntf, begging ( the ik'nc.-miunt: of Alexander the

r I ldcadinsr or "icamu inditrerrn threat 1

llll.r.S PAID/ ItV SCHOOL IIOUcT) ( .." of the men around whole Now however a child moving/
necks he fastened the rope. an etwctric switch coul I mine a
thouatt'id t im --
The following bills were audited! I Mere muscle
If you think hum-Mug or other I two ttn elephant."
and ordered paid from general fund: capital punishment necessary "to doesn't count any more. But strong

frighten criminal" d votu It moment' w">in, not able l to lift elephants,

Priced R H rJowlln tMuihlnt ...2(10.00 thought to Ellis, the Ltntiah but with !good li"inf lxxli ii free

The Lowest Inn Whit, teaehlnit, ... ._..... 18.00 hangman. from nrolni': alcohol! late hour
C. .-rll>p. teaching ._. 1111.00 If a crowd rushed to i>e him and. general fooluhnciia! are all Important -
Two -Passenger Car Delle Itowllng leaching ._ ".2ft buy him free drinks and Hste'ne.fto a* over they were.
Mabelli Alderman teaching _. 83.1\1I do think Upon them < the brain of
of horror
B Mellon. teaching ..._...._.7(00 his tales you the next I"r.enl" future clvJllzatlon. -
roes K.ley.| _hln.. I ...... -.. 10.00 hanging really prevent crime? !
The Ford Runabout Is the most economical car lot personal n II Wlirglna. airy. aunt. .T*.00f It d<>"* not on the contrary It .

transportation known. B. WI".'.... alary, ._ HIM stimulate .crime by stimulating
If n Wlir"ln.. maid------------------1 "II admiration for the criminal. Nature I III "wonderful.! Thereare
other its maintenance and I.. W Kicfclli.r., hoard Mrvln ________ 4 21 birds like animal, animal like
Priced lower than motor car, .
any IJ Wrnn. board ....1.. 8 /DI
are in keeping with its present low cost. fI I W. Alderman, rtcordin -.-.....- 121 The J. Pierpont Morgan collection bird. The strangeness of creation
running expenses A. A. "._n. hoard .....1.. -..... Lot of valuable mag. exhibited to i.i inexhauatlble. The Unlveraltyof

To salesmen and others who average a high daily mileage In Bradfrml lion blank Cn Tvtarrapn..appllea.__.... 1000 the public include a poem "The I Pennsylvania irnd an expedition break

business the Runabout has a tpecjal appeal both for Its rWtha 8u... Uathlnr .-........ 404 Hear Hunt" by Abraham Lincoln to catch a hoazin bird that
....rth. Pa._. !.teaehln -.- (1 >0 and! this I I. how It begins: stones with Its beak iwim likea
operating economy and its convenience in making city and L. R Ed....... lr.n.p. ..- MOO A wild bear Chase rlidxt never ace? duck. flies like a bat. The ama

suburban calls. .. From s.... Panda. Then haRt thou lived In vain- expedition! will look also tar a
n worst t .hln.. 2 -....-. 1 All "
H ,Mf<;.rud..r. Ua hla.. I -... IS 00K Thy richest hump of glorious glee, "Unllblrd. Instead of singing! it
Thorn ,M. rrf..b'. _.hln., S .- 7000 There snakes that swallow
< I. Bullrn, t..a.hln". S ..__ 10 nOR Here you learn that It la possible are
e &f.a-or (5am (G'r17 N _..... _chin" .-- H 7441 to be a great man and, a very bad their young to protect them then
7----- J Thoaia. .....hin..1 .-. ""> poet. let them out attain. There I Is a
W ( ::: Detroit, Michigan lady toad that lay her egg on

To Stop a Cough Quick Thin I III a> proaperoun country the bark of her hunband!, who hop
worth defending. Last week t.oDO/ ) around cheerfully in the sunlight,
i See the Nearest Authorized Ford Dealer take HAYES' HEALING HONEY.* a 000 IItO'kholdlrI received! little hatching the load. Nature rally

cough medicine which stop the cough by envelope containing dividends! I lit wonderful.

healing the Inflamed and irritated tl sues. amounting. to more than $250,000

A box of GROVES O-PEN-TRATE I Of)(). If you didn't get any of the What we actually SEE we FEEL.
SALVE for Cheat Colds. Head Colds and dividend envelope don't waste One State In March report 121

Uroup I Is enckated with every bottle of I i I time envying or hating. thoie that killed by automobile Everybody
t HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve "That TEFUmtl.E: we must
I| got them. Save your money Invent lays \
should be rubbed on the cheat and tLr>mt it, and you can get dividend I do something about it."
H of children offering from a Cold, or Croup I aUo. Except for the very unfor- In a year 200,000 mothers die In

I Th* Matin effort of H.....' "" .n.. Honv.In tunate there I It no need! to stay childbirth because they arc neg
ride the throat evimblnml. with the haling.17oo t of Nobody much excitwl
'.....* a -PT.... Salve tbrougji Jut par. o.lb really poor In this country. lected. get
ACTOF-S .lain moo MOD .couth.Both about that.Cancer .
i CARS TI -UCftS- .1. mnwtlr*are pathoS I.oat carter and III. I Mr. Albee, who collect strange and tubercuIoaU kill theirtens
i Verde I goal. CI th.eombtn treatment la Ka, m thing and ihow then), bring of thousand All that: we
Just ak ( HAYES: '
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HAMPTON promise that I will render true-and faithfulwrvlc loner for District No. 1. L...", ,.. If ...-.1..ted.1 I I Is. I was raised. on a farm at Graham and primary to b. held June aro!. I promise!
,, fur the peopl whom I represent. I will rive the came careful and conacientiouaattention I have taught iohool for See years I' an fnlthfal discharge of the dutlM of the .
: 4 Bradford( County Telegrapfij I| J. T. IIAw..1.. :S. to th. dullee' of the olTlee aa I haven olfic.If
i } i familiar with all the affairs\ ot school work electod.. Respectfully submitted
--- the pub LOII13 H. HILL
t __ Mrs Elsie Sparkman, who has FOR SUPERVISOR OP REGISTRATION _. I I ''',halt the vote of vry Democrat In the. J. A. WAS DIN.r. .
been the guest of her son, Theodore I hereby announce that 1 am a candidatefor FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER-DIST. I '. .
t' bi9h'd! weekly and entered aa re-election .M Urn oific of supervisor of I hereby. announce myaolf. a candidate for .___ -
returnedto nm------
g, [ Sparkman, far two weeks reglatrallon. U I am reflected I shall continue rc.lertion' foe eouny commflaloner from
second class matter, at the post II: her home here last Friday. to glv my vary beat effort towardcarrying District No.: I. -IT'leeijmj-;;;; ;;; ;; .. ue ,I r 'I i,
I out the dutiea of the olfie. Respect Hiving the diitrlct and county the beat
office at Starke, Florida i W. II. Griffin had his residence on full,.. C. A.; _K 1UHT. aorvli.e of which 1 am capable. Respectfully I j'
II submitted J. M. BROW NLEE.
i' I Main street repaired and repainted. ,
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E. 8. MATTHEWS I Mr. and Mrs. McKeever of Graham. I hereby announe myself aa candidate FOR COMMISSIONER-DISTRICT No. I
ROBINSON__________Managing Editor. !I tit group ona for nomination fop the office of I hereby announce that I am a candidatefor
C. .
I attended church here last Sunday. representative' In flu legislature from Bradford < county commiaiioner District No. 8. I
county, subject" to tha action of thi have aerved the county aa a member of the
'j j Dr. Middleton of Starke was ai Democratic primary to be held Jun Ird, 1B24. board and am willing U be judged by my .....
I I. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY i professional visitor here this week. 1 respectfully aclleit the aupport of aU ors If elected I promise faithful and conacientioua
\ Uemocratlo voter and. if elected. promts service to the duLl. of the office.Reapectfully. I
Mr. A. A. Durden and family faithful and conscientious serviceEVERET'r J.-L. UNDERBILL. THE LAWTEY
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I motored to Gainesville\ last Sunday M. ;JOHNS

FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP TWO I hereby to the voten that I
afternoon. : anounc ama
ftI Per Year un __ __ --- ---- $1-60 I hereby announce myaeif aa a candidate) candidate for the offlc of county eommiaaloner. -
I I Contractors Quigley and company, for a member of the House of ItopreaentaUvea District, No. 8. If elected to this "
Six Months -- --- 75c of Starke, are placing the sand and from Bradford County, Fla., group No. I. oillc I pledge my best elforui at all times Reorganized on a strong and conservative
subject to the Democratic primary of Jun. 8. .
U the InUreata' of the
----- --.-. rock in readiness for the hard-sur mat. I earnestly solicit the support of thevoters county.J.. W. PREVATT. basis solicits the banking business of firms,
-- In .h. coming primary If elected" 1 1promia 1
faced road. The progress looks en- to work for th* beat Interest. of Bradford i FUR COUNTY; COMMISSIONER, DtsU No. 4 corporations and individuals
county and the .ta. of rlorlda Respectfully. -
., ouraging. W. O. DUVALL. [ 1 hereby announce myself. a candidate. for

: j I I Mr. and Mrs: J. P. Jones, of Huntington FOR COUNTY JUDGE county comprising commissioner Hampton. Thereesa from District and Graham No.4. We are her- to give the citizens of our

i were the guests of Mrs. Jones' I hereby announce myself. a andldata for and. If elected, will nlve the district .nJ I
I I S. B. Price last the offie of County: Judge of Bradford eoun- county the best service I am capable of. I community a safe place for their funds and
Mr. and Mrs.
parents ty. X refer the votera to my record during vote at the primary June 3rd.
:Sunday.; th. terms I have held this otflc la th. past KeHpecTrully. submitted O. W. H1NSON 'to render them up-to-date efficient banking
\k)1\ ] and 1 earnestly solicit their support at tb.
1'I 1\\ I I Baptist Church Directoryi coming primary. U elected 1 promise' to I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. DIST. I
discharge th. duties ot the ofllc I hereby semce.
) i I school next Sunday at 10a to th beat I announce myself aa a candidatefor
Sunday of my ability, according to law and without County Commissioner. District No. S
) m. Subject-Annas Demonic'as fear or favor. CEO. A. GARDINER. comprising, Smoker and New River. If elect
I ed. I promise a faithful and efficient performance .
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Drunken Revelry. FOR SHERirr' of the duties of th. olfice. and will
Mo. 4954 I I I I hereby anoounc myself a candidate for work always for the beet Interest of the LAWTEY STATE BANK
( | D. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m.. Subject- SherII of Bradford. aunty and If elected Ivromllo. entire county Respectfully. THE
(Membership In National Highway Home efficient administration tha A. B. SUBRENCY. |I
Missionary Survey.
II!'. 0111... I stand for law ......he..1 I I Ir
., Association) Prayer Meeting Tuesday eveningat equally applied to ODe and all without hereby announce myself. a candidate for Lawtey Florida ,
or favor. I shall appreciate th. support of I the of I Ice of county. eommlaaloner.. Diatrlct : ,
t -- -- 8p.m. the votera at th* primary. Jun 8rd- :' No 5, comprising* Brooker and New River I
\ THE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL Mrs. R. D., Mrs. M. L. and Mervin W. M. MITCH( ) EDWARDS. end promise If elected. to give the votera of MATTHEWS A. L. TAYLOR
i ? .1 the district and the county at large the E. S.
I L. Rawley, all\ of Green Cove Springs, I hereby announce myself a candidate forreelection beat mice of which I am capable. Resepectfully i
J platform I. to th. ogles of Sheriff of Bradford', I President Cashier
the submitted. 8. V. ANDREWS.
"y Did you ever stand on spent the week-end with Mrs. M. L county. If re-elected. I will aa In th. 'I \
in a little country schoolhouse and I Kawley's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. spar no paina In th. full dieeharge, of .Irb.: '' FOR BOND TRUSTEE. DI... N.. S I
dutlea of tti. Bfltc! and 1 earnestly solicit th. i I hereby. announce candidacy for the I
',,0,: make.your first attempt at "peaking II Allen. support_ of th. voters at the .nsuing primary. I I office of Road Bond Trustee, District No. S,
pieces" by stammering; out |I Rev Jones, pastor of the Baptist _tfull,. -W. 1. EPPERSON. 1 brooker and' New River. I have served the ;i
I citisens of the county before in different "
"You'd scarce expect one of my age" (I church preached last Sunday morn- for 1 sheriff hereby of announce Bradford myself eoun.,aa.. a X.candidate... wellacquainted capacities and feel that I am fully: capable i i' i

To appear in public on the stage. ing to a large audience at the conclusion with th. duties of the office and i of pledge looking my beat after effort their toward beat Interesta.this end If I I

,r or"Many ,' of which there were three additions utmost promise of If my elected.ability to, discharge with equal them juatlc to th to* I elected. R. A. WEEKS. I'j I

fishes in a brook to the church. Baptism was all. ..I at earnestly the ensuing solicit primary.A.the support. of tb.l IYote. I MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD-DIIIT. No. 1 I -
Daddy catch 'em with a hook." administered at the lake at 3 p m. B. ALVAREZ.,1) The frienda of Rev. I* W. Klakliter, ask for I. --. --
hla 1 '
re-election aa a member of the Board of I
It the last day of school and Mr. David Jones his Public Instruction for '
was J 1 is beautifying FOR CLERK: OF TUB CIRCUIT: COURT district No. 1 of Bradford -
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fathers and friends had 1 hereby announce myself candidate foe'el.etbo i eoun." Mr. Klokliter ha* clven the utmoat > !
mothers large two story residence in the east- a
during avral term h
( ra- to tho office of Clerk of the Cir.cuit .t'"n
gathered to hear the dialogues and ern part of town with a coat' curt of Bradford county aabjoct to the haa served on the board we consider it I to/
( to the interest of the and
voter the
aatlnn/ of the county j
voter at the coming primary
which the teacher had ,
recitations in
that hla
paint June 8rU. I appreciate i the duties' of thus Important service b* continued.I
q 1 trained offleo, but feel 1 that 1 MANY FRIENDS ''
; { so carefully laboriously I Miss Lillian Haynes was a visitor am qualidtfd
to dlaeharve them Having aerved the pub-' I r
the children. You were one of the to Gainesville this week. lie before, the wan are well able to Judas MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD-DIST. Nee J I II I
aa to fltneal for the office, ..ndI hereby announce myself a candidate for | Are
mr they Oft
youngest and made your initial bow I Mr. Ruel Pitts, of Jacksonville was : chooee to elect" me I pporaiee faithful and member of the school board district No. $. i
which the hardest thing you'' efficient aerviee. Your .. apetful- If nominated and elected I promise a faithfulsdischarge
( support
was visiting friends here Sunday.
of the dutlea of the office thebat I
I ly aollclted.
f'r:1 '. i ever tried to do) with the same I I Mr. W. P. Birt and family ot SUPKHINTENDTNT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I Democrat of my In ability.the primary I solicit to be the held vote June of every'Brd.Reapectfully. 'I'' Quick of Flight
t classic half dozen lines that most Louise I .
,. attended church services here I _hereby announce myaeif a candidate for U J. WYNN.
"' beginners used. After the speakin' Sunday. re-election to the office of county auperinten I' And Leave One
t dent of achool ol Bradford county, subject. to I hereby announce that I am a oandld.to'for Hapless Over Night!
t 4 l was over you and your schoolmates I Rev. Jones left here Monday for the primary on Jun. Ird. 1 promlae.. if nomInated member of the ghoul. board. Piatrlet No. j i
I told the teacher good-bye and went Jacksonville\ where he will visit his and elected. to perform the duties of It is
the 0/Tlee I to the beat ot my ability. I elicit best to keep "fortune's wings"-clipped with
I home for the long summer vacation. sister, Miss L. L. Jones. the vote of aubmltted.ev.ry voter I.D'"W1riGI: : :Respectfully I the "shears of SAVINGS" so that no "IIasty flight'

No matter how many years have I| P. M. Geiger, of Theressa, was a can: happen. "Fortune's Wings" mean more than

passed, or how far away you are now I business visitor here Tuesday FOR TAX ASSESSOR : LUMBER money. Health, uprightness, integrity duty thrift.
am a candidate for nomination to the of
< I from the scenes of your childhood I Mrs. R. L. Dirt and daughter, fice of county aumor of taxeo of Bradford They are the concrete elements in success. The fundamental
: 1. days, the events of your last day at Evelyn, have returned from Alachua Lion county and and respectfully. aolicit your 00-0...... virtue is 'in saving a part oCwWi;
support the Democratic SASH
I primaryelection DOORS you earn
,t .. school are still fresh in your memory. J I county, where they they have been to.be bold June 8, 1926 I aaaura yon Persist in this program and "fortune's wings' will-
;, The scent of (flowers will cause the guests of !Mrs. DIrt's that I deeply appreciate the confidence and Lime Brick "take ,
I your parents, Mr. aupport you have given me In the put, and : never flight. V
mind to flash back through the years I I.ndIrll.! Goo by. .trust that for my another offtcial, term record Respectfully may have. "011I'.pprov.1 Cement i i1 Start Your Saving
'.. to the "exhibition" when the countryside -- N. D WAINWRIGHT. in Thi Bank
.1 I was robbed of its choicest BROOKEU / BUILDERS HARDWARE -
f hereby AccneJP
I I announce myself aa undld.t. I
flowers to decorate the stage where for the. office ot tax a0a.uai.or. of Bradford II 1.00Sh.rwin BANK OF :
county, lubjBCt to the action of th Demo j
I you sat trying to look happy, with a Brooker, April 25Mr. II. E ., cratia, voter., at the. primary. June ,1, *1034 11 a William Paint : Sank of Hepiul: ; .

I S tiff collar scratching and choking Thomas was a business visitor to elected duties! of I the promise ifietf: ; ,to keeping faithfully a clvan perform, correct the KyonlIe Varnishes t _' Starke FJoridi service

you. You wondered then what your Jacksonville Thursday. :record; of alt work connected. .rX'7IW.i" < ... 1 ;; .
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t hands were niujft for; they seemed I !Mrs. P. !M. Barefoot and daughter, -_.- / "Sao* fA. Surface and 'I _
I out of place anywhere you put them. Junnita of. Starke, were visitors hero FOR TAX COLLECTORI 1'oa Save AU" i I 'L
hereby announce to the public that I
Your feet always reliable elsewhere, Friday candidate for reelection. to the. oiTlc ama of t ... ... )

I seemed determined to go to "sleep" on I A A. Hazen was attending to busi- the county people tax at collector the coming subject Democratic to the primary will of "Everything for I

I you, and it was a strenuous job to ness in Starke Friday. r.\d\ .b* hold Jun 8. 1U24. Promising:
If ref> the lam personal. eourtou and Building and Repairing"Consumers j
J J keep your knees from shaking. i iI Mr. and Mrs. J. J; Morgan was .tiioli>nt aervlc in the futur aa In the pant. I .
I visiting I will appraclaU your vot. Sincerabr.B. ." ..
relatives in
I The last day of school celebration Dukes Friday W. -IIAYES. I

la a good old\ 1 American institution L. A. Brown was a visitor to Lumber
I hereby announce myself candidate for i
that ought not be abandoned. It was Starke Monday. the offlc of tax collector of Bradford county.

an expression of good will and neighbor L. R.. Gainey motored to Starke I ty aolieit, and th If. iMtod auppcrt" I of promise the voter a faithful of the coun diacharu Company t iili, .

I Iness, a community gathering Saturday. of the dutle. of aid offlc* RcvpsKt.
t fully aubmUud. B. M. DOWLJNa j
I very much worth while. Of course it F. J. Dukes, of Five Mile and STARKE. FLORIDA IIIf
can bo made somewhat different now. pent the week-end here 1 hereby annoume myself a candidate for -

(None of ua older folks care to say with relative re-election to lbs office of county com ml- e

'I it can be made better). It is soL Wm. Moody passed through here .
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easy to hop Into the auto and run yesterday enroute to Heilbronn. .

4 : over to the schoolhouse fpr that last !Miss Lobedia Pinholster went to

I afternoon. School work is different; Lacrosse Monday where she has a !

the children have more poems, games position as clctk in Matthews' store.

dialogues, music and drawings to I Virginia Weeks, of Starke spent PLANT IT
show their ciders and they meet the week-end here at the home of

l I grown folk more naturally. The her father. ':

I teacher its: not under the strain of I Mr. Proctor filled his regular appointment :

j making a show time of it but can at the Baptist churchMr.

.' have a school "at homo" day. I and Mrs. J. J. Morgan were the

"', Whether you are a pjitron of n guests of relatives in Starke several zer.At least plant; all that land_ that is already! pc-A-ed.! Use a good fertili- .

:J one-room solidated school school by or all a good means big con-I(I days Mr.last and week.Mrs. L. R. Gainey attended Keep your land WELL cultivated and make a banner crop of corn.

I ". I "last keep up toy the of school"old, fine. custom'I a |I I church. An Easter at Union egg hunt Sunday.was given at I Corn is high in price. Make a big crop of early corn, harvest and SELL it

I \ I the Baptist church last Sunday and I

' I 'i llnS.I.UY: ETHEL YARUHOUCU I I I was greatly enjoyed by all who at- and buy later. If you ever expect to have anything, hustle for it. Get i


I I! Mrs. !Mary Ethel_Yaibroughj; 45, I I I'I tended.!Misses Loin, Toledo and Pearl out of the old ruts, (especially if you can get onto a rock road to drive on.) ;
of Starke, died In a local hospital I Gainey I of Starke, spent the weekend -
yesterday: at 0:30 a. m. after a few I' here with relatives. Very few want to buy corn in the SHUCK. Men buy "Ready made cloth- "

days' Illness. Sho was n native of I I There was an egg pipping at the

!I. I Fairfield, Ga., and was the daughter I[I home of Mrs. Mamie Ward which was ing now, not cloth to make pants of. They want shelled corn in a sack.
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of the late Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hubble. I I thoroughly enjoyed. Among those Corn that will weevil
I keep out not. make heavy yields and is hard
!I She and her husband came to Florida present were !Misses Eunie, Lorene to

ten years ago and have been living I II and Ella Mae Hazcn Mana and I shuck. Don't look
I always at from the
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I at Starko since that time where they Leila Mae Andrew Florence and I same angle. you don't

are well and favorably known. She Stella Mae Ward Clara Cone; Messrs.
r P' Is survived by her husband, WilliamE. Livingston Russ, Royce Gainey, I something new every day, is something wrong with you. "A

Yarbrough.. Funeral services will Orville and Ro well Ward and others. old "
,h.< be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock Wm. Moody, of Lacrosse was the man never gets too to learn. (Don't guess a woman does either.)

M. from Burns & Clymore's funeral guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Gainey I Farmers are planting now. Corn okra cucumbers squash beans

)., home. Rev. J. T. Boone officiating. Sunday night. velvet '"

i The pall bearers will\ be Percy L. beans chufas Irish sweet
t t. : Thomas W. J. Tipton Newton J. THERESSA potatoes, potatoes, cow peas and other stuff in-

1. : 'tt : Parrish, W. C. Jones, Capt. Julian L. melons. Some
Iii Peek and F. W. Johnson.-Jacksonville preached Theressa, April 18.-Rev. Wheeler cluding are, setting cabbage and tomato plants. Season

\: f''to t .. During Times-Union her residence April near 22. Starke, the. Christian a very church interesting Sunday sermonat afternoon is right for setting strawberry plants.; We are taking care of the people,

Mrs. Yarborough had made many Mr. Dubose of Vero, was a visitor both near and far on crate material. We have FERTILIZER in all
f friend, here and in the community here Sunday.

surrounding her home by her kindly grades. Another car choice Timothy hay coming. Plenty on hand

manner, and her many acts of kindness Political Announcements now.

endeared her to all who were The best in groceries, fruits and vegetables. Our business is good but
fortunate enough to make her "

i i I acquaintance. She was of a quiet I S.n.m/.a FOR Democratic STATE electors SENATOR of Fifteenth can take care of more. Competent ,and' courteous clerks. Clean goods

I retiring nature and a great lover of I solicit your District support of Florida for renomlnation: I respectfully la- and deal.

her home, and those who had the June primary, aa your state senator for .Id a square
district which embrace th. countlea of Rra.l-
pleasure of knowing her best praise ford and Union. D. K. KNIGHT. I

her for her many beautiful womanly By the request of-many hi...... I hereby
traits of character. Iler death will announce ..". ..I as a candidate for th* HULLS STORES :
r Senate from Bradford] and Union eoaal.... I .
be a serious blow to her many subject to th. action of the .-,,' '
l friends. primary of June I. lesb I resDeotfully.
aolicJt th* vote of rrry voter and hereby


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