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



. CONTINUED TO r MEMORIES ) SESSION


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:! SAT. MIDNIGHT 1 44tRES ,a NIrEPIEC1s '. : "',">; THREE DAYSGUSSIE
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I AND t3uTTE: .vITH OH.GOODV.'CAH!' "

! ; REGISTER WITH TAX COL- | Jta.t.v oN 1' I GIVE SOM& :; FIELDS FOUND NOT
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I TO til PY ? ::-
LECTOR AND PAY POLL TAX ) GUILTY. MURDER CHARGE

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Held That as l'oll'Faxe. May be Paid Edgar: Du\is Sentenced to Twovurs; .

Until Saturday :Midnight Registration I // /% _. _. ._. "X Tom Davis $100 or One sear
: Is Legal ,, Jiff'pj.4( jJLJlJL-nJL % In state Prison


According; to-an opinion of Col. I; --, /// ; / i The spring term-of circuit cuurt

Thos. W. Fielding, secretary of the MjiI(1ij1gJ( for Bradford county convened inS

Alachua county Democratic executive I i l\'ko Monday morning at 10 o'clock,

committee, and concurred in by Attorney ] Judge! Amos Lewis of Marianne,

Evans HAile, chairman of that proniding. The session was opened

committee, it is not too late to j with prayer by Dr. J. J. Bullen, of
register and vote in the coming S SS tile First liaptist church of S lrke.

primary, June 3rd. I{ J. C. Adklns, KHIJ: ? of liainosvillo, represented -
Mr. Fielding holds that since the I' tho state.

law provides that persons otherwise Grand! jury for this session was

-iualined to register may do ao with node up of the following! men: J. 1dkIIlS K.:

the tax collector at the time of paying: A I foreman, (i. W. Lewis. L. It.

poll taxes, and since this dues not Edwards, John KorsyUi. C.: K. Cooper:

expire until midnight May 10, those I R. M. lloraey, G. %V. Uurney, A. J.

registering will be eligible to vote i| Swurtz, HoL t. Cone: C. J. Powell,

June 3rd. Adam Green, Eugene;\ Bryan, E. M.

Mr. Fielding says that all that is Futch, A. J. Bryan, W. J. Ituberson,

necessary is to execute this prescribedoath Ci. C, Ituvill, J. It. Bryan, E. I I.. Crews.

before the tax collector, who Is IVtlt Jury: C. Sullivan, N. D. Green,

authorized to administer such oath, I,. G. Barry, D. linrce, I R. C.: lleiberger,

and the law requires the tax collector-' '1'. I1. Wall, II. S. Norman, W. L.

to turn over the oath to the super- 1 Thomas.

visor of registration who is requiredto The grand! jury brought In the following

register such persons. | tree bills: '. t

Local attorneys questioned on the State vs. Tom Davis and .Edgar:

.subject agree, that the registering of d Duvli, breaking and entering.

voters up to Saturday midnight by i| S 5' 1 State vs. J. W. Jackson, assault
the tax collector will be permissibleand i S with intent to commit murder.No .
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those so registering can vote ini -J 1'' bills- were reported on the following

the June primary. I .1 I C C 4'SA..t : ?
t; Mr. Hayes says that he will F1r"s'A State of Florida vs. A. W. Padgett.

keep his office open until midnight rt610 State or Florida vs. K. B. Deus.
Saturday for the purpose of registering State of Florida vs. W. W. Edmond-

those who have not already! J I (son

registered and to receive poll taxes ;j I The case state of Florida vi. Leroy 1,
from those who have already registered Prom one of the greatest prisons in I r\ ,,'al some measure of the eternal King, assault and battery, was referred

but who have not paid their 1'01111.I I' this country a young man was released MOTHER'S DAYFor verities we know that love Is the to the county judge's.! court.

Only 460 Eligible to Vote I on parole, having served two- greatest thing In the world. And Criminal ('use* I
Up to Thursday noon only 460 this mother, to whom he had under the sting of dishonor und, Tlio following criminal cases were
of his sentence. According to I when on the road of living, we como I
voters of the thirds written twice week for three ,
county are eligible to n years brought low by a terrible wondering liHHIHUll: | of:

vote in the primary. There are practically ,' the rules of this prison, he spent six did not know he had been in prison. of whether she! h.dI'ft. \ undone something to the milestones of appreciation, wo Stale of Florida. VH. J. /. Anders

1200 names on the registration I weeks on the "prison farm" away She did not know that at tho momentshe she might have done for him see in mother's love a benefit\ and n and OwenJ6lerM, assault with intentto

c books of the county, qualified with I' from the walls, cells and grayness- was rejoicing over his return, the glory surmounting! all others. For murdur. Nolle prosse.i on motion
the exception of paying their poll us a boy-in spitu of all of this she before his release. When the boy was still under the law, a probationer. hers is thu love that changi-th not, attorney.
taxes. All persons who have not getting handed to him, Forunately for him, and for would hove been there at the stationwhen and is not changed by time or circumstances. I I Slain' Vlt, Kay Padgett, forgery enduttering
yet paid this tax are' urged to do so precious paper was the train came in and would fnrgury. Nollo .
he took train for the far west. her his misdeed was wrought In a far I You cannot walk In n midnight praised.Stiito
at once. ,throw her around his neck and
I away eastern state. And from the arms haunt where she cannot sea I vs. W. 1'. Gill, dusortiun and
With feelings that no words could put her cheek against his; but they withdrawing!
support Ordered
CLAnK1'11) (iKEEN: SPOKE i moment of his arrest to his last dayin you; you cannot enter a prison whose
paint he journeyed back to a little ) might not have gotten into the old HNickvn' from docket.
IN SFAKKU MONDAY; prison his one aim has been to keep! I bars will keep her out; you cannot
town on the banks of an inland river. omnibus! Why? Would it not be State VH. I Ermn Kill alias Emma I
the news from her. mount scaffold too for her
n high to
Congressman Frank Clark addressed 1 At the railroad station a woman in just like n mother to want the whole ThonniH, assault with intent to
"I cannot take her to prison," ho I reach that she kiss and, bless
may you
the voters of the county at the black had waited his coming, and town to see that she still stood for murder. Noble prossed.
courthouse Monday morning at 11 upon reaching him put her arms i said to his lawyer. "She has been too her boy? So they would walk home, ', in evidence of a deathless love. When State vs. Gussiu Fields" murder infirm

o'clock, and as circuit court was in around her neck.and laid her wet cheek I good to me for that. And whatever with her arm In his. 'I the world shall despise and) forsakeyou ditgrue." Jury rendered verdictof

session here this week, he had a good against his. A few friends of former happens it must be arranged so that. I' when It leaves you by the way- nut guilty !
For she is his mother!
audience. lIe spoke on what he accomplished days were there to meet him, and I she and father will never know" side to die unnoticed, the dear old I State vs. C. W. Jackson, assault
And as fur I back as we can see in mother will gather In her with intent to murdvr.
during his stay in you up Plouil l guilty
congress after a quiet greetinJhelped; him and He was tried, convicted and sen I ,
I I history we find mothers loving and feeble arms and,) homo and and! sentenced to two
and what he intended to do if he was the mother into the old omnibus. tenced. Meantime, through a friend carry you years in state
returned to the national hall. | i forgiving and standing, up for their tell! you of all your virtues, until you I prison.
of the I
When the two were alone in the family, a plan was arrangedfor (.
Judge R. A. Green who is also a sit-I children Even in the shadow of the almost forgot that your soul Is dinfigurt /State vs. Edgar: Davis, breaking
the and of letters.
of vine-covered receipt sending
candidate for the office, followed Mr. ting room a Cross stretching over so many lands >.d by vices. mid) entering I'leml) guilty und
Clark and spoke In the interests of the mother told him of the last hours j And for three years his mother lovingly and centuries, we see the motherstandinA' I And in triumphs and sentenced, to two )''''ra. *
your success
his of his father, who died two years boasted to her friends and at the feet of her Son Stale vs. Torn DuvU
longing
candidacy. He outlined his plat- I what praise equals mother's smilBn.1 breaking and
form and made a strong appeal to be before. She told l him how hard it callers about her boy working so hard to do for Him in His last hours. vnlcTing./ Plead not !guilty. Jury
the touch of her hand
sent to congress. lie refuted the was for her not to have her boy home I j and being so faithful in writing to And the last message He left the shoulder! on your rendered) verdict of guilty unHwas

charges made by Mr. Clark Friday at at that time, but she knew he could ;, the folk at hornet! sons. of men was "Behold thy mother." So lined $104' und all costs or one year
let us keep the day sacredly '
the picnic at Kelly school that he not afford'the expense of such a long But even if ahe knew; even if she In these three words are expressedthe ) 'In |>ri un.

was a slacker and read to the audience trip, and the likelihood of losing his had known from the first and had ideal of Mothers' day, us the new personal, holding it apart as a heart- ('\\vll Docket
affidavits from three who hour in which the glow of a cherishedface Chus Strickland vs. State tif Floe
physicians Job. | suffered and agonized and wept her feast appeals to our sense of fltnesH. ,
or the touch of a vanished hand Ida appeal' from
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had examined him when he endeavored county judge's court.
We do not know just what he told eyes half blind and lain awake nights
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With
all talk of
our things material, Is for the time Continued.
to enter the service, showing that chief minister to our
her, but this We do know-that nearly and, prayed as only a mother can nf
he had been refused entrance into the I trade, war politirn and causes, in thoughts Mrs .F.V.. King vs. Mrs. J. C.
word of his story was untrue. pray; even if she had. been t..rlurelll)
every those hours of culm reflection which Wills,
army on account of physical disabilities i I r J. J. /UULLEN.mo assuinpslt. 1'luintUf awarded<<)

lie stated that these examina- - .- --- /possession of property In question,
tions made after he had been and! all coals .

placed were on the deferred list by the the A tables bountiful underneath dinner the was trees spread at'the on WM.\ JENNINGS BRYAN l ADDRESSED an opportunity to make the I C.O. A. VVorluy & tion vs. 11.| D., C.

local draft board, as authorized by noon hour. 11 I' personal acquaintance of a large and A. J. Cowart. Jury found

the act of congress, and though he number of Florida Democrats.! I have I 11 I. It Cowurt nut entitled to homestead -

was exempt, he made two voluntary TAX NOTICEThe uxomiition and the def ndnnU
attempts to enter the service of his LARGE GATHERING HERE SUNDAY known then for more than a quarterof to mover cost of suit front claimant,

country. tax books will remain open all a century by their attitude on II. B. Cuwurt.

May. But pay your poll taxes NOW I I -- -- .- public questions| and it is a pleasure J. W. Andrews, Jr., vs. II. S: Hll-
CANDIDATES SPOKE if you wish to vote. I had hopeJ to !Setrral Hundred People "rom11 I 1-.il: Duller. t<> meet them face to faro and to hard ussumpsit. Defendant with

AT KELLY SCHOOL close the books the first of this month I Sections (iulhered lit the Park "I'olliAviriif. IM u summary of Mr.li present to thum the political issues ,Ir..w11"1&/ and consented to judgmentof
If I had I could have gone out to see vnn'i address, I7ift.hu and
turn
attorney of
at Eleven OVIix-k to Hear/ 'UO./
i I of this campaign. Wu have linen
Last Friday the first political the voters, but conditions are such I Distinguished Visitor 'Tills canva-f' nf the stnto will !givei (J. W. Lewis vs. S.: A. L. K llwuy.
picnic of the "season" was held at that the taxpayers need this extra II I I laborers in the securing of all "iitinuvd.

Kelly school house, four miles west time and I am !glad to give it and I j the reforms written into the law dur- Peoples Dank of Jacksonville
Several hundred / from all -- vs.
of Starke and was well attended by trust by so doing it will enable those sections of Bradford people and, adjoining i Bryan I'':yn Tribute j ing that eventful period! In our I Itrailfurd county. Passed.

citizens of the county, as well as rep- that have not paid, to do so, before it counties gathered Sunday morning To This Newspaper (Continued on Page 4)) | Troy Bennett vs. S.: A. L. Railway.

resentative lion. I'rank citizens Clark of representativein Union. is. advertised.- at the park to listen to the distinguished IIAK.NES. : A
from this, district, was By keeping the books open this statesman, Wm. Jennings Bryan. CANDIDA: FOIL siNA'FEI:: j plaintiff in sum of |luu. and $30 at-
congress month it deprives me of the privilege hour the torney's fee.
for Long before the set for occa- 10 -
the first speaker. He spoke anhourand'left of going out to see the voters. sion, automobiles began to park in For the pasts 1I1 days rumors I The court finished its session short
Immediately for Terry hive had it that Mr J. T. Barnes ly after noon .
JudgeR. However when you go to vote, I every available space around the l Wednesday and
to speak. He followed by
was y i undulate) for the senate had failedto adjourned for the term.
,
trust will remember that I have speaker's stand. It was at first I
A. Green of Starke who is you 5
oppos-
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denied myself this privilege to help planned to hold the meeting at the fs* Y qualify for the nice Just before The Woman's
ing the present incumbent in the national Club will meet next
to the learned that
the taxpayer, and that I have "stayedon school auditorium but was changed to I 1 !going press we
congress. Mr Harries had tiled his fee and Wednesday afternoon at three-thirty,
: the Job". I also trust that by the park in order to accommodate the J s-t
Other candidates for county offices at the club house.
There
crowds oath with the secretary of state after will be an
will "Hayes Uy expected.On
,
who were present and spoke to the your vote you" say the time, limit expired, thus eliminating annual election of officers, and reporu
the job. the platform with the speaker
gathering D. E. Knight J. T. on
were:
himself from race and leaving are requested from euch officer and
Barnes E. M. Johns W. DuVall, Thanking you for the past favors were the ministers of the different I
O.
of his opponent, (;ul. D. E. Knight, with committee chairman. The class in C
1 and soliciting a continuance same, churches of the city, the and
W. M. Edwards W. J. Epperson, A. mayor a clear) illId.However ). Parliamentary! law
will
B. AlvarezG. W. Alderman, H. B. I am, Gratefully yours other officials and prominent citizensof meet at two-
r -I Secretary State Crawford
thirty. Hostesses
E. W. HAYES, the town. : Mesdames F. F.
Wiggins E. W. Hayes, B. M. Dowling, ) wired Mr. Knight Thursday stating
J. L. Underhill: L. W. Kickliter. Tax Collector Rev. Dunham, of the Episcopal y. that Mr. Barnes was out of the- Stump, N. Sternberg, Wm. Struth,
F'. L.
church, in a few well chosen words, sew 4. rare on account of his delay in Turner, John Uglow, Misses
introduced Mr. Bryan to the audience.Mr. Kate soil. Hilda Struth.
complying with the law, but that he
10th Bryan expressed his appreciation Wm. J, -nlnff* Br, in says he would certify Mr. Barnes as a candidate POLITICAL; PICNIC; AT
of being able to make Starke a could rather .,.
Saturday May. ;i' to the Amenpeople if Mr. Knight would consent to IlJoiiiIISrnlSCiS: ; s
visit and address her citizens. He is .< through Autoravtort It. Mr. Knight immediately. wired the
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interesting talker and during the i \y. ::,'r.u.e .. n through any A
an secretary of state that he had bis political picnic will be held at
Poll Tax : bour and a half ha spoke, touched on o.tr.her small medium town, because and country it reaches folk. permission to qualify Mr. Barnes. Ilttlbronn Springs on Thursday, May
Last
Day To Pay many subjects. JUi. ueu< In the afternoon he spoke at the ly :In i&4 I.4IN 1 by Autoc-stor ::I krv SUIISCKIIiE TO and address/ the voters. All bring

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I'I'I BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 9. 1021

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I::1 ,;--- ..- -- -. ---- -. r PREVENTION 1 1I' lcCR.\Y BECOMES NUMBER | "I will enter upon my new situation

NT than ....... Tnf'. pm. taken fat.ma. I 17,749; KEEPS UP. FRONT with courage and confidence,
r FARMERS FARMING I .are art 0017 a medyl lot bat.(-. II fully conscious of innocence of
my
and
I I SICK HEADACHE I II Atlanta May 2.-Two years ago,

I w-... CQMipM lid Indnd duawtTuft's | Governor Warren T. McCrmy was a any intentional wrongdoing"SUBSCRIBE

distinguished visitor to Atlanta when TO THE TELEGRAPH

''FARMERS \.su: Tiel ( hUtS AUK 1-4: \ !TEl) TO CONTRIBLIE: I Pillsfor he attended the Southeastern Fair

ARTICLES OF FAIIM E'; 'I'EIt1ENLES AND METHODS FOUND:: I As'-.w her in personal charge of an exhibit' HaMtaal t-orntipan-jn Cured

I TORE BEST StllED TO Otlt COIN7Y; : 11 ( and Mattox building on of fine cattle from one of his Indiana J In 14 to 11 Days"LAA.FOS "
WITH rE:?S! : is -
I farms He departed happily with a *.weiaupri *-
Magnolia street.
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II d; \\ --- -- -----. I I'I Tavares-Paving1 proirn,, filing, many blue ribbons. j Constipation. It relieves promptly h_

I i, High Springs vicinity had 210 acres Say "Bayer Aspirin" $200,000 unanimously voted Today be is just one of more than ': should be taken regularly for 14 to 2' >',*< -
I'I AGENTS' REPORTSEXTRACTS .1 of tobacco set on April IT.Volusia to induce regular action. It Stimulate and
I federal
for of the Atlanta
Plan now being formulated a 2,000 inmates ..
COUNTYa R'-ulates. Very Pleasant to Tat 60c
FROM I INSIST Unless see the i wi> ;, I h Within the brief
a I -Grapes promise big crops you I (Treat Southern Exposition, penitentiary. span on

i who this year; few vineyards were sprayedthis "Bayer Cross" on tablets you all products and resources .1 tLe I of 33 hours, he was changed from

Eacambia-potato: growers than,'Ijuatlfh.'d week for anthracnose control. are not getting the genuine South will be exhibited in New York governor to convict. ?

used certified seed feel more Many flowering bulbs in bloom, and safe City the last two weeks of January, The metamorphosis was made: : bottle.iWMd
without waiting for yields. I( Bayer Aspirin proved bymillions '
II farmers and when the great' :
dia-I interest is keen among 1023.Pensacola: complete yesterday
Not more than a tenth as much | and prescribed by phy- behind I
prospeective grower as regards -Muscle Shoals, Birmingham iron gate of the prison clanged -

I l ease showing up in the fields stock.as Not Infields bulbai. The Easter demand for \: :.:i j.tns for 24 years. and Pensacola railroad resumes him. Inside, he was bathed j I Chew it after

planted to common 300 found asparagus ferns just equaled the supply :, Accept only a operation with establishment assigned a cell and a regulation blue meal
in is every!
more than one plant and growers are well satisfied. StAf of regular schedules denim uniform-and became simply :, :
diseased, 10 far in fields planted to ,jI Bayer package: :
Key West-Permits granted for "number 17746". ( It stimulate
Nebraska certified seed i Liberty-We are succeeding in interesting
I immediate construction of three Former Governor McCray arrived appetite and
: ; farmers to spray their' hichcontains proven directions from Indiana s aids digestion.
: Dade-We are having our fourth bridges on KeyVesttoMainland here by train yesterday l
annual week campaign using peach trees. Han.lv "Haver"' boxea of 12 tablets highway over the Florida Keys polis with a large party of federal It makes your
dairy I :.:..> i..itl i I r.d'S/end:! J"o-IJrullliata' ; I
the local newspapers and distributing Taylor-Our oat are better :Members of New York Cotton Exchange -! prisoners to begin serving a ten year food do you more
crops \ I.nn f 11* ttiM Ir.<* mtrk of Hwr Manufacture I
special literature.St. than for several years. o' )r..M..tlr.d.....>r or "".''IeII"."" are contributing funds to aid sentence for using the mails to de- i good. Note how
it relieves that
American Cotton Association in its fraud. A forced jovial mood to cover tally feeling

Lucie-Tomato picking is beginning "SW\T TilE IIUUSff"L1 \"" profit. campaign against the boll weevil. !I the nervous strain under which he alter hearty eating.
promise is good for heavy It was difficult to learn just bow w....... teeny
; Bradentown Bradentown Bank t, was laboring apparent in the crowded .N.eeaa.bre.Ih..4.
yields; nail head rust is being kept Spud-i Johnson much milk and butter the family and Trust Company to erect seven- j station. He greeted newspapermen j jI '

under control. Time do change. When I was a'' used, but It all should be considered story building during coming summer. I and a few of his friends warmly. I tl'.see ooo.y

boy I remember a poem in the old profit, for had the cows not furnished ; fast
load of live Leesburg-Senior high school to be He was received just as any ordi- L. ..
l.tadJ.on-A car out thia week reading book about how nice and ]l this supply, it would have been erected at estimated cost of $100,000. nary prisoner is admitted and taken I
i poultry was shipped gentle the housefly is. It told us to buy it or da without. .
I be regularly necessary Practically every county in state I to his cell as soon as the routine assignments I .
will
I and a car shipped the poultry children to appreciate this poor j j I Another item not to be ove looked I 1924 road building program, were made. a

every week throughout 'little creature more and to let it have is the manure from the cattle This ed expenditure over $ ; estlrnat-// To outsiders, there was nothing I
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season a sip now and then from the sugar saved and added to the land means Milton-200 acres of stumped I dramatic about his entry throughthe

Hlllsborough-Three million quarts bowl. I I that much of one of the best fertilizers lands in vicinity of Dickerson City i i prison gates. He did not look

of strawberries were shipped from But, as I was saying, times do known. The best farmer returns to be divided into small farms >II back nor did be realize, perhaps, that

.1 l Plant City this season, and a few are change. If a man wrote a book like to the soil something for that I Greensboro-North Carolia road :he guard who admitted him was a .

till moving. that now, he'd be sent to the asylumfor '1 which he removes. In dairy farming building and maintenance demonstration -, native of Indiana. fi

crazy people. The folks in the this is posible. to be held from June 3 to 10. His only statement was: ,
Polk-Several growers are worried book-writing business know that this I Mr. Schmidtz attributes to his I

4 over the aphis outbreak; am kept "poor little creature" is a serious obstacle county agent very largely his being -

busy answering Inquiries, am advisingthe to the good health of us and 1 I in this business and his makingi

dusting or spraying! with nicotine- babies. Those book writers
our now
i money in it. He is one of the agent'sdemonstrators
sulphate preparation. Have employed tell us to "swat the fly", meaning to I' and this story in-

an old corn club boy to aid in supervising kill him with a wire slapper.I dicates that he is a good one.FLORIDA US oaCordsUNITED

I't boys' club work. I was talking with one of the I
: a .
health not long lie
people so ago.
Duval-V. C. Johnson, the widely
showed how this house WEEKLY IN'
me just pesky
known dairyman whose yield of 105%
breeds and feeds and lives and DUSTRIAL REVIEW
' bushels of corn from one acre attracted fly . . e STATES TIRES ARE GOODHERE'S TIRES
I' spreads: disease. That man talked
I considerable attention two years
right about it but I too Tavares-Lake Region Abstractand
'II out plain am
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ago, has entered the $200 corn-grow
bashful the he did. So Title Company start construe
to say things ,
the standard of value in
I\ ing contest again this year, and has tlon of new building. /
I when i
; declared his determination to break say, a thing gets so nasty tire
about its and I thinkit this equipment-made in
all previous county records.Alachua breeding eating, Apopka-Work to start sum-
i time to kill that thing for all time.I mer on Audubon park project including ell high-pressure sizes from 30 x 3'/

) \ -Farmers in Alschua and got to talking about thi fly subdivisions of 1,000 Iota, construction inches up and in Balloon.Type for pt

.-- business to some of the neighbors of modern hotel! and individual .
I
1 I the other day when the folks had met I homes. those who want low-pressure tires
,
( BoLlWEEWCffrR I down at the school house for Sunday Jacksonville-Florida East Coast and don't want to change wheels and

I xihool. Some of us "progressives" railway to start double-tracking
rims. 'Also U. S. Royal Cord Balloon
; METHOD Including Bob Williams. Gus Weeks, system to Miami. i

a I Abe Larkins and myself-planned a Plant City-Bus line service extended Tires for 20, 21 and 22 inch rims. Ea '. (." '

..J HEK "( IImpalgn{ of action," same being.iirainBt to Leesbursc with double daily 1 /
approved DV I All made of .
: the housefly. At first we 1 service between points. latex t-..;oral cord:* l1" I Ia

r w,-re nlone. Si Smith laughed at the j j I Tallahassee-Six new state banks -a n.. ./ and paixnt: .tl process: ;cf: :' jUnited 4
fate BGtrMrnrncnt jr pertIProduuloo I t l yr
{den, and for a time he had Ben and one state bank and trust company oiai Lubber r
: ( Company
''' ; : n ;
:Strickland, Old Slim Timmona and !opened in Florida since January 1, I r
.ett-I
..
erf
; cotton under boil
t vil conditions Is nothing more or lees Kill Hankins with him. But soon his 'I II 'i 'J21.1 Resources of all banks December that adds great strength and wearing JHa

I. than a ra,'"- between the gulling i r
y 'i bolls on thn plant, and the rnulilpll neighbors have lined up with us. I compared with $153,009,083.86: on
I 'I cation of the weevils scientists d "
{ & i'
So, on December 31 1923. +
over our we are swatting ,
1 elate, and everything; possible should way U. S. Tires the '
are only tires I
be done to aid the cotton plant lq the fly and doing what w. can to Miami-New racing plant of

'J winning thin race stop the raising of more. All filth Miami Jockey Club to be ready for in the world made of cords i iJ

1 11 One of the First steps In furnishingthis around the horse and cow lots the operation January, 1323. solutioned in rubber latex I
raw '
I' aid la through preparation of the Seaboard Air Line backing
privies and other places is being! burl new
"\
f oil A good seed bed Is
obtain the best result necessaryto and It ed, stored and screened properly or Florida Western and Northern rail-

should be prepared early so aa to ban destroyed.Of road to be built from Coleman to

t k a firm, smooth and well settled bed course we may not get far this Palm Beach 235 miles.

II 0 at planting. Expert' say that the year, even tho some of us have pretty Jacksonville Pennsylvania Rail II IIr

Importance of a well prepared seedbed generally practiced these things in road Company opens offices in Florida f
can hardly ha overestimatedAlso
unfavorable weather condition our place for years. But we are getting with Jacksonville as headquarters. aw

I shortly before planting often preventsplowing the community off right on the Leesburg-Contract to be awardedf Buy U. S. Tire from

I at that time and early prep subject. Every body is aroused and

aratlon does away with this risk. we believe we'll have something interesting lilies. Lu.: .... Ib O CO 11 1)1.Vk
riant. Ing ilimild be delayed until all
I to say about this matter (Mu ilIa'a refund money.'If P.ZO OlYT'EVTfau.'
danger of frost Is past and the earth Iurarelftiio.P'n'I, 1 it edln'1orP'InrudlnePll.n t i
1* warm enough to cause quick I' later. I / \firhlnit P.ln. aril -y"U can .
.
".-rf ;{ ;y"I:.n..- m t ..,,.,,tc.t.i: PI .-t
Iproutlng and a good stand Early I
planting Is recommended but It should FARMER FINDS MONEY IN -- -- .
-
be borne In mind that It 1* posrbl COWS AND SELLING; CREAM I Speed Still His ] -

to plant too early no that the plants ,
become stunted during the early days That there is money in keeping a

of their growth few milk cows, selling the cream to -- .i SAY YOU souPBone.'

Plant If possible only aelncted seed | the creameries and feeding the skim- FOLKSIN TAKB Off THAT
of an early maturing! vnrluty. and 01 I < HAT VOO'RS
n staple not !I.ne than 7/8 Inch In. 'milk to pigs, calves and chickens, is j I NOT IN THE. .. GottIESI'M

formation nil to a suitable variety for the conviction of one Suwnnec'lounty I OUR COOP

your particular locality\ can be ottaln'd > '! farmer. This mnn FrnnzSi : I II I THIRSTY

rrnm the count agent or the 'him Hz -has tried and succeeded. I I NOWTHAT'S
,j I state collcRo; of i' i Iciiltiirc It I.I It ,: TOV/N
i Consider his own stitenvit" : "I am
definitely proven fiat Increased yields
t worth from SlO to $40 an acre maybe milkni, ).' I I-:! cows. During March my'rpam

obtained l liv planting 8 fleet' oil 1 irecl., chocks totaled $1"'.I.1I0 The

I One bushel or more should be plant: wife srld $2"; .20: worth of butter and Allyt 1IJ Tides

.J to the acre. $18 worth of skim-milk. The feed bill Good y,beg! Yoa t
Cotton rows should be from throito
four feet apart according to the wna $10.%, which leaves a profit of Art Thirst "
I
1 fertility of the soil and sparing In $118.10." j| w

tan row should be from fight to I But that is not all the story. Mr.! }
twelve Inches with from 10 three
one
S..hmldtz. like many farmers did not liy
T
stark. to thn hill. Tests under / .
C
e ya.1 credit his cows with the milk consumed ''
n rlous conditions have proved I
.1 thIck spaced cotton matures earlier I by the family and on the farm EdwardMcCullough t ,oar ,

t P and yield more pounds to the acre ns feed for his pigs, calves and, ,; a
than thin apncetl.The 1 ;
chickenn. He says that he received 414
Int..11'Il""I|' -i"e of rommfrctaj. I MirLa I aw YI
1.l; cents a gallon for the skimmilk AVTOCASTER .
fertilisers Is an Important step In the 11 ll d J
i>ld. The farm consumed
during
i.' profltahla production of cotton. PMi i
erly uaeil It will both hasten maturity :March ::160! gallons, which means that t

and materially Increase the yield. $51: should be added to the above E vroe.
Contents and l their percentSKPS de ae at SURE ZOenESWatl

i t pend on local condition. The! county I he (juinlM.I: Don riut.licit I'" t1& J IIAVB PUNCH HERE HEY you lEMoN

agent or the emit'" oJ.tllral college call Brrmne nIts nor ind In""''" ."...t. f\ BUT WHY OOMT 7 HAT'S A
w npply Information! on this point. Only TIt. ., UKOMO,, (JL1NINE!:, (T.B.i.l c.a U .i.,,..,. ,? THEY PUT FISH BOWL.'l.p !,
I t the well drained fertile land, and M" r1.nyo. .>...'..wt'Auut v W IKOV rnumnj* *4 n,..rvu.ne.ar-i..ntr.. .. Charles Paddock, fastest prir.t SOME CUPS G.
when available, early loili mould< ho < man the world has ever known 6uv AROUND SO A
*.d. It will pay to produce cottos I TRAIN SCHEDULE: shows the form of old in his first TAMB ACANDeeeeR ( /
only on land that will produce, ondet !) .
(In effect NOT. 11, 1923) Olympic tryouts. Last week he PRINK
ayerllce conditions at least one third shattered another mark
I SouthboundNo. making
f of a bale to the acre. reaches Starke at 12:16 a. m. him the holder of nine world: r.c3 \ ,
: the
II Further Infomiat'on on aubJeel1 ords. '
of boll weevil cnruiol may be No. 3. 10:59 a. m. ,

ed from the county: agent state col :!' No. 21, Cedar K.y, 5:00: p. m. r
loge of agriculture or the Nations i i No. 15, Limited, 1:16: p. m. IT DRIVES: OL'T'roaJI /f ,
Boll! Control Association Room 321Vbltney NorthboundNo. The surest sign of worms in chJdren it

\ Hiilldlii" New origan lAo 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m. paleness, Lick of interest in play, fretful-
nets, VAnahta appetite, picking at the .
No. 4, 4:26 p. m. to
DOM and sudden starting in sleep. When
i t't\l,\\'orm Ina riemtiiy. ; Cuuu No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50 a. m. these symptoms appear' it la time to Rive yr

Nh..llliteD. troubled with W...m. bain ... uab.a.I.i.v.r. No. 16, Limited, 5:57 p, m. White'ii <':...Vermifuge.. A few do es
: wtikh: indkace: pout blco.s.rc ,: :n"'I'\iar Wannee BranchNo. drives out the worms and puts the little
'"' k I. more nr I I. 101 leaves Starke 7:") a. m. one on rn) to arum. White's s b
t ....0.to It TARlXS M CHILL IOI'oICIIYCD teiiu.rnlut CreAm Vermifuge tint
a rveorj of
., .. .. tebrewe.tja..a..ri- .:. No. 104 arrives Starke 3:1S! t+. m. fifty
i I I". ".. :..F.".f"..rtbn.andanr...Mn....!13tnn-"M T J. GRIFFIN, years ohuL'CI'StIlul use. IVictJSc Sol J by r SD.aIfGLrI.
i lonte, to tbe wBoto.i....... "f.sturewlllin.o Agent I ALL DRUGSTORES .(r. ..ra1N
I throw oflrr/ dispel the vocrn.and,,,..Cltl"'wll." bit .
hMltk.. Ptmaat _-....Me per IxntM

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FRIDAY !MAY 9, 1921

BRADFORD COUNTY TELE( RAPIf. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SE'F.N"Do


I A STATEMENT TO PARENTS their scores made in the national !i| able damage to the affected birds ,- Miss Josephine- Chesser, Mis Opal I J. U FRAZEE-- -

OLIWEEV1L NTRt Generally parents who have been meets at Camp Perry, Ohio in 1923. i I which appear unthrifty, listless and : and Eva Mae Lewis Eugene Crosby, I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR

sending their children to school quite Successful competitors will baj I rundown but generally have a good Hub Steward, Frank Groaner and j I

METMOD regularly during the school year ex- permitted to leave their camp onAugust i Inppetite. Diarrhea or constipation others. _::1 AT LAWPOSTOFFICE

+ pi-t.t them to be promoted and consider 1st and will be sent direct ') may result from the worms. Remember Sunday school is held BUILDING

1'y it' almost a disgrace if they are from their homos to Camp Perry, 0., "I "The fowls become infested by every Sunday evening at Deditn at: STARKE FLA.

approved not. But more careful thought about I Iin time to arrive on August 30th. I] taking in the round worm eggs 8 o'clock. Everybody ore invited to ---BANK! STATEMENT- --:- --- -

They will bo furnished all transportation 'droppen on the runs Precaution attend. i
/tatc frCovcntrngnt Expert/* the matter will enable the parents to I tug
realize that unless the children subsistence as well as uniforms( should be taken to keep all poultry i KFPOKT OP ruvniTinv or
are THK
IIKtl> 'OHI. t'uVNTY II \NK. SfARKB.I .
It right or not at all." Is the really prepared mentally for such I and medical attention while on the droppings out of reach of the flock UltAtl.VM 1 !I' In .th*March Dial. ., Florida' at the el... of L...hnre.
It 1. 1134.
advice of government experts to cot promotion it is doing; them a great I team. Entrance fees In competitivemeets I The worm eggs are deposited in the Graham, May 0.-Roy L. Smith, of Keiourre

'I, ton farmers planning to UBe boll we& wrong to promote them. Because at Camp Perry will be paid intestines, are then expelled to betaken Drove, is visiting here thin week Ih..I.I All loans and d4.ounts441)015.. ._ .;*
IPO.AC:
It Til control measured. In order to "do : they will find the next year's work too by the camp authorities. '' up again by other fo\vls. How I .. (7. Barry ,'I II. hnltwl l rata Honda -_ _- ..- so lool4.nt( <,'
it ia
spent after
right" Monday
necessary to make a I OtAte. county end munloliuilAtiicka bon,'" ._ m
a ,itudy of the habits of the boll weevil difficult which will result in poor HAMPTON I.OUUE LOSESA 'I long the eggs will remain alive in the I noon In SUirke attending to business. ....".11I..... *t.. _. .. -.-- 60001 a
and how It accomplishes the work and disheartened dr"ppinghils not been determined llnnklnw house furniture? flxtureaOther mono noIJ07'J. ':
y)f dentruo pupils. KELOVEI) BROTHER Dr. Middle I ton, of Ktnrke, was a rent eaMte" ._.._. .14 I fj
j tion of cotton. "There lire several commercial l rein- j U,,,- from incoriMirated hank. ...4073M.44 )
Speaking for myself I desire to I professional visitor hero Monday, f'aah itema .____ '
Boll weevils OBH6 ii
4 go Into udios the market but homemade -- ?-
winter Whereas on as a Y
tho
quarrr Supreme Architect
nth ._
say to the parents whose children it I on hatul '_' .- UJ.119:
ters in timber weeds buildings and of the Universe I has fit remedy tobacco tea has given The farmers of our section are very i I
has seen to
been ; remove
J any other shelter they can find near my privilege to teach during much encouraged picking i TOTAL. 59$55I4 I
I lour I excellent result. For 100 green
the fields and emerge in the Spring : the past school year, I have been' beloved Brother II. B. Weest from fowls take | ----I--------------; t
1 t : midst 1 pound of finely chopped tobacco string beam this week. I 1'Hpitnl aUiek paid. In -"--'.---'. --- fOOIlO. 00
; to attack the cotton. The best pro intensely anxious to have all of my ,|, our we feel that the Craft and I Suriilu tuna .. _____.. .__,_-1800000
tectlon Is timber. They remain quiet pupils I have the community has sustained a great stems (if this cannot be obtained use !Mis Kuiiie Craven, of Starke, IJnihvlilvil. profit |heal| *.....n.. and

and take no food during the winter. par. worked most I: ]loss. Never the commonly kept twist on sale in motored hero Friday afternoon and,,1 I ta.*. .PaiJI' .. ____ __.-.-__. IIRMfl1t
I
was there zealous .
I faithfully and strenuously to this end a more I Individual .1"I..wIIoI| > aubjiwt to chuck II777I! 1
t Cold weather killed many weevils' !Maaon. Brother Wecst of the grocery stores) ; steep In hot water spent! the evening with friends.. | Savin ilelMMlta, .-- .-. ._-___1011110218
the past winter and the number to in their behalf. But some of them I was one I Cerltllml rherka '.... .....On 4*.HO
.0:. emerge this spring were reduced, experts I have not developed that mental power oldest members of the Lodge and for 2 or 3 hours. Use about 1 teacup !Marvin Ogden anti sister Mattie, Caahlern cheeks uuUUndln ___.- ((147 M
I .
... say, but not enough to warrant over the subjects studied that enables served it faithfully in practicallyevery full of tea by mi.xlnwith/ the usual pent Thursday/ and Friday. at Kings- ,I TOTAL -- '--..-. -. ..__.._ .IID"383.M -..

... laxity In control measures.. Farmers them to undertake the difficult station. The members 'of the morning( mash. land Oa., viiiting friends.: SlaW oklnrlde. County of Bradford. aa. :
I more | I, J. H. Until, tiahler of ..
who are not considering the use of "lest results the lMi .n mxl I
h control measures because of the work of the next grade. They greatly Craft wish to express their sincere are obtained by removing Puffy Abernathy, of Starke, spent Hunk ill) solemnly awenr thAt til. aim ve mule.

.' number to emerge are taking a iamb small need another year's drill in the appreciation for his services and all feed for 21 hours to empty the week-viul here with his parents.Mr. .m.nIe...U..,. J true. II.to R1PCH the beet Caahler of my.knowlvtlup end

tor's chance they declare, for unless work they were supposed to do this their deep sympathy for his bereaved the intestines, musing the worms to I and Mrs. I.. Ci. Harry and I COR RKCT-ATTEW'11

''the weather continues to be unfaror- wife and llslo"Io1' The next day after dosing, W. T. MFFK9I .
\ year. Having worked with them so children. We cherish his daughters. Thelmu anti Dorothea. ). M. INM.AN,

,.able to the pest they will multiply intimately all the year, I know their I memory here and commend hU spiritto give 1 pound of KPHOIII: suit" to 100!, spent| Sunday at Kaiford State Farm. I N O Id'IIII.

very rapidly another and soon will hare destroyed mental power over the subjects the God who gave It. pounds. of ft-ed. Dissolve the salts in !Mr. and Jlru. F.. "'. Stewart, of 8uloo..It.nt. sworn to before DlreeUire me Oils
crop. Bullieient mih day. nf April, 1024.I .
Thi wl.i '. Us become active when I studied better than you possibly can Be it resolved therefore that this water to moisten u feed of itrooker, were visitors hero Sunday A. 8 cIu,:ws, NoUry Public

(: warm weather arrives The first wee. know it, and if they are not promotedyou resolution be spread on the minutes niu.sh. Repeat the treatment the second II f ternon. ,! -- .. -- --
M
\sTKBs
I i ells come from winter quarters about may rest assured that it is far at our next regular communicationand week. A Rood 1 way to determineif Captain It. C. Highl><>rgvr, of Keystone I' Nolle I. hereby; given SALE thAt under Anil, by

the end. of February but the great marlorlty fowls arcinfesleil, when in doubt, vlrturu uf IhAt certain nmtl. diere. of foreeliimirc. -
i.. come out In April and May. better for them not to be. Nor is it a copy sent to our deceased ia Heights and l Neal Youmrblood, mail unit entered on the 21nt des
< in Brother's wife.V. to put a small amount of fresh if Theressa itom here ..r April. A. I) IIU4 by. lion. A. V. iMn .
.?,i Aa soon as squares appear on the any sense a disgrace unless the were v(; Sunday *

cotton the female weevil Inspects each fault is wholly theirs. B. WHEELER. poultry droppings into a shallow tin afternoon "nU' Judo for HrAiiroril of' the Oiiiiitjt.KlKlilh. Jmllrlnl......10''... Circuit.In that certain.In Anil

square and generally does not place an Therefore, my earnest word of W. B. ALEXANDER: vessel with a dark colored! bottom,-- MeBsrH.. Violas ReynoMs, \Dewey and.Aimtf O.wherein(". Hwrat K,unit I.. llltfira.: la eomplnlnMnt.I
HillA A Hweat nil
,egg In a square that already has received counsel is, don't try any "short-cuts", W. O. DuVALL, put in two inches of 11 ear water Murrhee Klli Starling und Jimmy ar flefvnilnntM.. tli,. unili'raliini.. l will nfforor wife.
one. At the end of the snout tate mid nllow to settle. Long alCi-j ( ..1.. ami. MII to tho hlKlieitk hlililer foriiiah
of the wnnvll there are very small such as summer school work, etc. to Committee. i nostwu-k, of llilliurd spent the weekend In front of the Court Ilium' door In

Jaws. With these she bores a bole Into get them into the next grade for next '_-- like worms will !0., observed. if theftiulx I I here with relatives and frieniN. ,1 Stark. llrailfitnl ,.....",y. Hnrliln. an MoniU
1 WHAT TO IW( FOR iininfested. with the Jml tiny of June. A. I). ID.'4. ilurlnr the
THE IIENIF the
the square and enlarges It at the all worms. II. M. )Uowimg und wife of
>ear. They are young enough / Starke, leuitl hour of Mali fur tint tMiriH>i. nf iintla-
bottom. The snout la withdrawn the - ---- fylnir' eaM final' ..le........
and the work of their TROUW.EI WITII WORMS I w"rl''iait...,.. hero Thurxdny afternoon. the rullowtnfileeerllieil
present gradeIs I
.., ,
.weevil turns around and extends the y.n-T I rent lying' And .kelnir In HrA'lfont -
important County', to-wltl. fhe !
enough and difficult rlnrl.ln. fK1.: ; of
egg duct from the rear of the body Nearly all domesticated fowls the NW", nf H.", lliin 4. 'Tuwnnhlii.
Into the cavity where the egg Is enough when worthily done, that the troubled with internal are %dr. May .-:Services:; were held utlI"dan I 1. 'WiH )Koyil; of Hampton, motored Ilimn 2 m:...,. o..n'.lnh.-- -.. '" a._ ._..n South_- _

placed. best thing that can happen to your an worm. Two Saturday and Sunday by thepiiHtnr here Sunday ami anent the tiny .livi AU<>. the E"I; .. HW', of the
of tho worst of such NK'i: of Hiwlltm T, '
worms the lownnhlp 7. Houlh.'
't Females keep on laying: from one to children is to spend another wear In round are J.V.. Woods, of liming.Mr / !Mr. and. Mrs, 0. W. Myal spent JJ ltlh.; 0 ACn more or |H:A Hanu, .
and the :: : .I
three eggs a day for about a month it. worm tape worm, the and Mrs. It. R. Thomas and Sunday with relutivcs' ut SampHon.MhiKPH folli>wlri. penonAl properly to-wlt :
','. and average a total nf 100 before they former probably being most tint. Ion rut and h.."... ...ml.I."., nn. I.....
Sincerely, preva- little daughter hazel, spent! the : ;Mattie and l Minnie gilen HK| .. bay fur. "...1. nAmetl 'Man" and ass
.\ die. The eggs hatch within an aver* lent. It l is white and from an inch to nine y...... ono )lariia alle black hum mute
.* ERNEST THORNQUEST. I week-eud with their sister, \Mrs. Malcolm were visitors to Sampson. Monday. '* ." .
lICe of three days. The grub coming two Inches in length. hnm.' ret and .. .ven y.Ar.. OHA
t from the egg begins to teed at once I Hunter tit Hague. -- ----- hlnck pony II.. meta mul named "Kit" AK.

L and grows rapidly for eight dart) and MARKSMEN TO GO In answer to a recent inquiry about Miss Josephine Chexser, of Krunker, .I I.1*Kat yeAra.,," and..n.ese bay tan pony .ala mill named

: becomes a "wlggler." This stage lasts TO CAMP PERRY these pests and how to control them, attended church at Dedan. Sunday Tuning Up yeAraK. A CRKEW.

J' about fire days and no food Is taken. II. B. Lansden, extension poultrymanof Pervis Lewis attended the party I fi 2- t-6-30 Special I MaaUr:. _

,\ 'l+lip weevil itself then appears. The War Department announcedthat the Florida ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
College of Agriculture, over at \Mr. and Mrs. Thomas'
; The total Urn from the placing fifteen (15)) marksmen are to be follows near In :''' ll'u'ir'1i.'o'r: : Florida Ellhth )
replied as : Lacrosse Judicial
Saturday night. County, In COAB-
':'i of an egg In the square to the appearance selected from the students of the Mq.P.rnwre..

*'> of the weevil Is about seventeen Citizens' "Every precaution should be taken !Mr. J. Ii. Thomas and son, Kllnry: A Dal.ra Hank a oorpo-
Military Training Camps to
', day, About a week then to free tho flock of these parasites. of llrooker were business visitors to ration oriranlad end ....tln.?
be held in this | under the laws at
Army Corps Area July rid the Slat of
elapses before the weevil deposits Gainesville Sts
They spread rapidly and do consider- Sunday. Florida
CKi. Thus It can be seen that even 3rd to August! 1st 1924. Mr. Complainant.w ,
L. a small number emerging to attack Albert Surrcncy of Krooker, W
These marksmen will be chosen
by
was in our section one day last week rr J J Rtirrlaka, lOt Ala.i ..
a crop very soon will multiply manymeasures
i Defendant
competitive tests at the rifle
1 times and without control ranges Which Tonic on bu inc ,8. It .pp.sring br afndAvIt Appended. t* the

.: oan destroy cotton over a large area. during the encampments at Camp Mc- J. W. I Ix wis wan It visitor to (!ru- bill fllml In the hov-atatd ...... that1c.lndn
.
;1; Further Information on boot I weevil Clellan, Ala., Fort Bragg, N. C., and Shall Take ? hum Saturday afternoon.Mr. May, l I.*.Wright i.ry. amt ant' John Hob I.Wrlicht....,. her her hoeband.hiuhand.' .

'J control can be obtained from the Fort Barrancas, Fla. From among all .\"01''. Itowdney and Rwan Itowdnvr. hr
With so many tonle on. h..l- and Mrs. Erwin: pyal, of Graham hiiiiband. th< ilfifendanta' themln n.mood l ...
county agent state college! of i II IIr: I' C. M. T. C. students who fire the rifle .
ht Co ehtMit 1'he.
!I. nonrealdenta
ono of til* of Floridaand
culture or the National Boll Weevil course the fifteen fortunate ones who whlrh n.v.*r f.II.) It I..n IMPROVED ', spent Sunday here with their I::hey: an realdenU uf 81"n.. ..k. Hlat;' of I
Control Association New Oi.leans. TONJC and !I. mt.Blnifly 1 parent, Mr and Mrs J. W. Lewis ; ':?orula nod Ar i over the Atfi* nf twenlyim -
win this honor will be sent to Camp .ff>ttfv. In correctlntf Mn.arla Miss Komi i ( y.Ara It ,la therefore ordered that aaldriniirealdent .
Chill. and Fever, Colds. L. Lei and Nellie and ClaraStukuM defendanla b* and are herebr .
FOR Perry Ohio on Lake Erie to arrive Irlpp sin.I O.nor.1 "re ee, remlbel
WORRI.M PEOPLE; Kun-Down of New River spent the to Appear to th. bill of complaint
The best of workers get: out of sorts there August :80th where they will I'hyiical Condition. week, hero with their | Alt-d' In add ...... on or .before Monday. the
Miss fllh
aunt, day of Mil* A. D. 1024 ntherwln the
when the liver fails to act. They foci compete in national and internationalrifle 101 TONICThe 1.1"rune Parker Hll.niillniia' of aald hill' will be taken a. languid half. ick, "blue" and dwournKcd matches until September 20th by ..I., defunilnnt.
and think they are getting: Inzy. Neglect; great IMPROVED builder !Mr. and \lrn. T. \D. Dyal and children 1I.la further ordered. that this ....I..r/ be a n
and then will\ return to their homes. will help pulillnhed .nee a week for four anna.cutle
these where
of might result in you ordinary .
sick the
symptoms ; a spent weekend near Sam I'- weeka In th.. Urailffiril .
tonlra hair failed. fiet County Trlviiraph. a
It from
spell{ therefore the wnmblo course is: to Only two members of last ycar's'Citizens' druggist todayUNO. it to (I'ity with I Ihejr brother \Mr. mid! newapaper publl.heil In laid County cot .
take a dote or two of I Ilorlnne. It U just Military Training) Camps keep youravlf In ana tune all I".n ) l--- H....
I Truliy |UY.II.! aoeeliw.\ 'I'hl.
the medicine needed to purify tho system the year nrounil.. April 22n.l. 1094

and restore the vim and ambition of rifle range team will be eligible for At Your Drurelefei Sinn Parker mid !her Tnwntioii. RII!'" iititlviI": .... .I'M.' I'urton 111..11) u W.Clerk Ar.rur.ni\f.

hciilth. Trice 60c. :Sold:; by I appointment among the fifteen and PRICE" 2Sc J //1.I .., "sue was UM'i'tliiK! friends in our uf I.,.'I. Mill b. : ni'ioitiry: rli.ilr-.. Hy C A. Circuit KNIOHT.Court

All Drug Stores these will be selected according to I I j i e.hun Saturday and Sunday.Vlux mini ui'.l "k yiiuti'i' of tutf O. O. P. r: M JOHNS. Deputy CI'rk

ral.l..1; ; I (. .1I\elll.II.'
llclltor fur
Heul/ih Lewis attended hurih ComplAlnant 4.2ft.SI.B.:1:

I i t Oeilun" Smulay./ -. NOTICE or) /MtHTrifa H HfJ

rht.rft, who tv' tile. Ifinhy notice I I. ulvon that under and I by
le loUt.ts t if Mini
< l.lni. uf thnt rcrlnln final .10....... of t....-
l Ilihe Kelly Sunday were MISS: Lyilia KEEP BOWELS OPEN ..r.iur liy lh". Jinluo of the Blilhth
i rd l Martha (irovor. lu.llolal' Clrault. iif llra.ir.inl County, IHnrliln
'In
eltnnrcrv outlay on the list day. of April
.- ---. FO BEST HE7ilir .\. l U In" 'I. /In riiv.iiof ir K r-liim. n.
lo Stop a Cough 'JuJck di r"mtinl5ma ri'iidnntTin. and' ".."''n.t Anna Coahatt. aa

'I;. rokd'y HAYKS1 HEALING .U'. .'l v.l k- ., i t,,. lUm I iindi'mlitneil' aa ,Hperlal. M..l.r. will
Iem e a .. i.ffrr fur .ali'. .
In ,.
tl/ .i Ir MI i.. i 1. V 111' & front of II eoiirlhoim' In
I i uul mrdlcinn v .
which
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mop I ,; / nut, ,tutriii, v"Mli Vlnrk Kloililn. ilurlnir tin. leiral' hour uf f

hculuifi tue mttamaii foil lint :1",1': :. r p. I.btsd i ,,". .II I r f ..i| role, ,nn Monday the lad day of .I line. A. I).
A box of GROVES: H-H*;N.""''f I' hili"/ ",".."". I \ f nod) ttifinoy I Hi III'I, I In,,: I hihluheat; and 1 'beat lildiler for seal,
.Al.VE ,. ,. .... fillnttlnx iln.crlli.1 pmiierly illimfpil j and:
fur Ch"81 Coldit. Hen 1 C t' n nn.1 i < t "I0> n* ii k
rouu l U nd; tlfel'd, with >"VC: j I I.,1.,, I L.rldn. ....w't' I'I. I and slab of
THE UNIVERSAL CAR : IAYH::,' HEALING 150'''.i 1', 1. DR. G. D. WJ'Ll!: M'SU.RANv& Ii.t. U. II. 7. Anil" A. In niock, 1 alan 'Ma

hru.'I hn rl..ood'' on thetn! r. I >. l In. II. ISI. 2... 33. 2H. ami. ill. In Ithxk' a .
{; &CUeNfiY PLLSrVVVell nil In llnwilnii'a mldllloa'
to thv
town
11 ct..l lrtii suffering from n f'-Irt LI Cr' 'I Nln..,.. eniinly of It..."....,. Hale of Ilnri.hsnhl 'of.
Thff'l-'ll, 'I rtlr, 1 ,0 "I'. "I'1, .I./ not nd.litli.n .
1.<;IT"" c' lln 'H H..IM iknn awing In 14..110.I.\ Tp. 5. Small
A Welcome \ art In'''. nil. .
Member .lei1 I inn u ,101.... I Y41'i i 1l' <1/ r. 4vabAt >f hang a. Rut:

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,,i ..1 1,1. ."I, ... .. : .' 'Schd' ,Htiiiritiir, for eomplalnant. ....1It-1.10
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of the i u. ? "l" I' I Ir ,. ... -- -
-OIUJFII Pint Pl11LICATI4Y
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FamilyA .lint a v."r 'I'! p., I I.. rt : rn

If KALI; "i, : !I lirrV ---- .>,.,.."II-. Circuit,,|:
II 11; Al.lerm.n. I Iomiilnlnant.
MOTOR car Is i never more appreciated than in < p

the springtime. In convenience and "" I
enjoymentare Andrew I .'"tIIl..t al, I
shared by all the family-and by speeding the I f K f..ndnnl.. I Inn.

day's work, it provides more time for up i -- _c. ,. '1'".. \nI., ...., J.-. .I>.hlll...._. .." -.. .,..,,.,....._,._ ._. .,
recreation.A and wife'
Able to Take Care of Ford Million* I .." <.1)vions A.Laura o tan*, t'avld' H
Ford Touring Car . finer. admlnlatratrU' ofu
provides ,
every motor car ewential t 'S randvlwifs n"" O. W
at the lowest price for which five 'Kao f, M: McNN'iGJwM.
a e
passenger car I.hnr..1, I M .....,. If 1I.'n.' and If
has ever sold-a price only made n" hrn., ,Irvl..w..rant.. drat
possible by complete ,.. .. or o'''.' claJmi. -
i.
manufacture in tremendous! volume, in the largest and +.131.0 I..mini, i.therwiae. end. to all unknown ..."' ,...
wha>aover In the .
lan.l.
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most economically operated plants in the automobile M 'I." ''"'m''n ure lrerll.d' unknown. ... th. _Id.n.* of

industry
iHJlPTIN)1I:
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Efficiency of manufacture is accurately'reflected in the V iiiil". i end to l inch appear of .before yon. are the hrehy Jinl'*required. ,,'r ii I',.,

quality and price of the Ford Touring Car I ,.rr" dot,1)"'1 In an.) fur Hrailforil (."u"',.
) the 7lh d." ,,f Jr| > A. p ,?.,,.
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY. DETROIT. MICHIGAN a I. "I"' 'lrl" Him**. In saIl County In atarke
answer 11111 ,,
.. a f Complaint ...
"I
Ru".bod.265 Coup*-1525 Tudor Smlan -J590 Ml l 'I. ill,.",,*"'""' ..." 'I" said Court. by If. f!

FcrdorStdan-I68S All prtcel f o. b Detroit I'I ,,:'. lira.ir.ir, County Telriranh' i
;: a weekly
'U"
I i pablIhrd in Mtirfe.
You can buy any model by making a small down- ,'y .H.ri.U' .ta he re I,y d..l.e.aUrt nnnlfonl.. ,h.

payment arranging easy! terms! for the balance. Llr. : ,,' .I,I1'.d*",",),"''i"r,In whirl elKhl' *lhto' notloe shall .b..

Or can buy Weekly Purchase !rt"- l.od. ileerrlbeil. OfWMUtlv.. wk.
you on our Plan. ,. In the Hill, nf Complain'
"II" ?.. ,?, title| u, wlh| ..,, '
The Ford dealer in your neighborhood will gladly .. "'"."" ...1 .1I.ln.t' Ih. ._. .Inf.n.lant.|I. .orhe.,,.,". 7
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explain both plans! in detaiL y nnlndarh MI d'.rribl u ''''10_; .....wll:
'f that o..rtlon of M II. lyln' north of
sit THE NEAREST AUTHORIZED roan DEALER n.-Il.rlb.d I' .,. aa fnllowa r.imm.nclnn' at a
S .11 Ih. north boundary. of 'lot II. 100 ft
i .f
Fr .. '. th.- north..t cnrti.r of aalil lot. run-
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a 1> 'MR .i* i I.'.n' i\In p".."...t.*, iKiumlary aouth. n> dewr.ua of. weal .......

5 I 10.., ,.... aanw I ilo acrra.
and Kith half ..f lot 1\\ y
"| K-I-.WP, and I. acrni In th.lDal"..,
corner '
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o. tlrwltord Count). Florida. .
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PACK FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 9, 1921

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the depot.J. ntng at 8:00: o'clock. "All laws should be rigidly enforced -

,I J W, Andrews &; Son are giving "I was glad when they said unto I ; the prohibition law, as well !

::1 l TO-DAY I their livery and sale stable a new me, Let us go into the house of the as other laws.

coat of paint. Lord." Favors Soldier Bonus "

y I wi. c cie : I New River item-The wise men of I "The soldiers deserve the adjusted(
Jt THIRTY-SEVEN: YEARS AGO the east will discuss the hard road I ST. MARK'S CIIURClfI compensation which they are asking

There was a carload of coal unloaded problem Friday night. Subject for The services for the fourth Sunday | "Elections are public affairs. Ballots
I
here last week. debate, Resolved, that Bradford I
after Easter will be at 11 a. m. and are printed and judges!: provided
- --
-- -- The city council has passed a fire county bond for hard roads. Speakersfor
PllOIH'H ISO Illltl 1O!> > 7:45: p. m. I I| at public expense. Provision should
limit. Also will levy a tax on. the the affirmative are S. W. Smith I
I : The church people will meet with also be made by the government for
for F.
---- -- -- ------ city improvement. and J. W. Poppell; negative, B.
.MISS( EITKKSON!' ENTERTAINED > Lucile and Laurie Hemingway, Annie I Six persons were baptized last Renfroe and Col. Floyd Green. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank f Hoover on literature and other legitimate cam-

IMIILATIIEA CLASS: Murrhee, Elizabeth Hollingsworth, I Sunday at Alligator Ford by Rev. Dr. : Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. I(I paign expenses, and private contributions -
PINEWOOD:< POULTRY FARM
I Eunice Trask, Dorothy White, Carroll Talbird. I "Is there anything in the paper, :I should be prohibited.
I
Alias\ Iris Epperson;;;; entertained the White, Lillian Garris, A. W. J. S. Griner, of Melrose, informs us Pinewood Poultry Farm is situated Sir?" I "Our nation should use its great

I'hilathea Class of the Baptist Sunday I Anderson, Jr., Cecil and ThressieI that he made three barrels of I moral influence to abolish war. To
in the eastern suburb of Starke, and "Anything in the paper! All the
school Friday afternoon at her home I Thomas, Charles II. :McMillan Per- I sorghum this year. I this end our government should take
is owned and operated by Mr. and world is in the Why Madam,
; on East Madison street. 1 king Trask, Joe Edwards, Jr., Herbert Last week, Mr. Miner bought two paper. part in all conferences called to promote -
I After an enjoyable social period Marks, Bill Hemingway, George 'live storks from some boys who had I Arthur Wood, who are making a if you will but read what is writtenin but our nation

the hostess nerved fruit punch andI' Trask, Willie Edward captured them on Sampson Lake. Mr. marked success in raising beautiful the Times of this very day, it is peace; must
the of
always right Inde- ,
1 | reserve
wafers. i, Mrs. Hemingway was assisted in Miner will raise them and place themon I White Leghorn chickens. enough for a year's history, and ten I
pendent action, as! it docs! m the
Those present at this happy affair i l looking after the pleasure of theguests exhibition at the sub-tropical fair 090 chickens have been hatched times as much meditation."-Thack

were the teacher of the class, Mm. I by Mrs. R. S. Humphrey, Mrs. to be held in Jacksonville next winter. I this spring, a large incubator being Thirty Treaties negotiated three-fourths with nations -

J. J. Bullen, Misses Eunice Perkins, ; P. S. McMillan, Mrs. Errol Alvarez, Among the many new groves now used exclusively for hatching eray.WM. representing of
+. Mildred Gill, Lois Edwards, Laura i Miss Eunice Perkins. being put out, there may be noticedin I poses. Also 1000 have been pur- : J. BRYAN: HERE SUNDAY the population of the world. The i
eggs
Wynn Amy Moore, Beatrice Bullen "" the northern end of town one put American people must control their
i, Eunice Bennett, Fannie Darby and I i CIRCLE MEETING: out by Col. R. M. Smith. The colonel hatched for other people. Forty- Continued from Page 1) I own destiny, and to do this congress

Mrs H. Thomas.ENGAGEMENT. j i I says he is satisfied the cream of the I five hens two years old, have produced nation's history. !, must retain the right to declare war
The regular meeting of Circle No. I all the for I
I is | eggs hatching purposes. "I am a cadidate for delegate at
the
orange growing region on F. R. -this right should be
never
S !
surrendered -
: ANNOUNCED: i 2, of the Baptisrchurch was held at & N. R. R. from Highland through There are now on the farm 137 pullets large to the Democratic national con- :' into the hands of ether '.
I the home of the Circle leader, Mrs. any
iii' 3d Lawtey and Starke to Waldo. and laying hens, and 860 young vention, subject to the primary that'
The Tampa Times ol the afternoon. The nation or groups of nations. .
J. J. Bullen, Monday
inst., Rives the following announcement devotional service was led. by the Cob W. W. Moore and Capt. J. C. I(1 chickens ranging from newly hatch will be held in June. I am a candidate Progressive and Dry

I : "Mr. and Mrs. Anguish Clin- II pastor, Dr. J. J. Bullen, after which Clark each obtained positions at the I ed biddies to beautiful fowls just the because I believe that the New York "Unless as instructed Otherwise, I

ton Durden, of 912 South Dakota the business of the Circle was con- legislature without opposition. Teh I; right size for frying or broiling. convention will be a gathering of shall favor candidates who
: the engagement | former is sergcant-at-arma in the Mr and Mrs. Wood have made a wide are progressive
Avenue, announce j ducted. At the conclusion of the I I extraordinary importance. My and dry. !More than three.
I : and approaching marriage of their I 1 meeting the ladies enjoyed a social senate, the latter enrolling clerk of careful study of poultry raising, and personal acquaintances and long ex- :' fourths of the Democrats

i daughter, Clara Mae, to Mr. Clarence time sewing for their missionary in the house. I. their chickens are fed with just the' perience in politics will enable me to and than are progressive .
half
Crimble Hoppe, of this city. I'I New Mexico. Refreshments were We call attention to the announcements proper food and have careful attention -' aid.the cause of democracy and good more of the
,
d of L. D. Wall and J. D. Republicans are progresive. We have
The wedding of this popular Pratt
young Circle in
I served, and the ladies of the I every particular. in Florida and the
v' for the office of government: no chance, therefore of
couple will be a beautiful event of were delighted to have as guest, Mrs.C. city 88SE'SSor.The electing a

Wednesday evening, June 18th. It 11. Knight: ,fif Jacksonville,and Mrs I young people of the Methodist ;j CARD OF THANKS nation."I the and shall j I Democrat unless he is supported .iy !I
ia. to take place In the First Baptist Quigley] of Nova Scotia, Canada. church surprised their pastor on last believe in primary j the progressive vote of the nation.
tY 1Iissesfay! and Evelyn Jones be to obey instructions
church. Wednesday evening with a liberal pleased any All that the Democrats have done
\ Miss Durdrn has visited Starke U. D. MEETING: donation. I desire! to thank the Senior Christian given by the Democrats of the stateon in congres this year has been done ,

numbers of times as the guest of her Some of the business houses Endeavor for the pleasure and privilege principles, policies or candidates; ,: with the aid of the ,
progresyive< t tI 'JI
ulster Mrs O. L. Boasley, and, has Misses! Olive and Amelia Ray enter advertising in this issue were: U. D. shown them by this picnic givenat but as no candidate is likely to havean and the

I ,. mad many friends here. Miss Dur- tained the members! of the W. T. i Miner, Rivers & Joiner, O. L. Keene, Hampton Beach. Appreciation of instructed majority, the selectionof I investigations have Increased i'

den's friends in Tampa have planned Weeks! Chapter, U. D. C., Wednesday A. L. VonKirn, J. W. Cardell, Starke this kindness is deeply felt and its a candidate will probably be made the number of progressives i

twenty pre-nuptial affairs to be givenIn afternoon, from four to six, at their Livery Stable, T. R. Sweat, W. II. joys will long be remembered. by the convention, and the voters of and intensified the progressive senti-J

her honor. home on N. Walnut street. A profusion Rivers, B. II Jones, State Bank of I METHODIST ment. It would be suicidal to nominate ;,
of nasturtiums verbenas and I' Florida are entitled to know my j Democrat '
who
Florida, Jacksonville: Horace Drew I a is not in 'har- "
MAY DAY FESTIVAL pansies were used to brighten the Jacksonville Kohn views I mony with the ideas
; Furchgott &j Sundy school at 10:00: a. m., E. K. 1 ,, progresive of
rooms. Benedict, Jacksonville. "I) Perryman, superintendent. "Unless I am instructed otherwise, the party and the nation. i
The May day festival given last Mrs J. M. Brownleo presided and I shall favor a progresive platform is also
I' "It
Thursday by the Woman's Club wasa Mrs O. L. Beasley discharged the TWENTY-FOUR YEARS AGO Preaching by the pastor, Rev. L. B that will champion the interests of shall be necessary that the candidate -

very successful affair, as $208 was ,. duties of secretary. After hearing lion. Frank Clark has withdrawn I Simpson, 11:00 a. m. and 8 p. m. the masses. That platform should I: amendment will dry. The Eighteenth

added to the club building fund. The reports from officers and from the race for congress! leaving at 7:45. take advantage of the mistakes :I not be repealed; the

" I festival was under the direction of plans! were made for a committee'I. the field open to Congressman R. W. Epworth League Sunday evening I made by the Republican leaders and :i ened.prohibition law will not & weak-

Mrs; G. M Inman chairman of finance, be given at the home of Davis. Mr. Clark speaks of the inci Prayer meeting Wednesday eves 'suggest: remedies for the abuses uncovered -I' Democratic It must, be enforced. The

with four sub-chairmen, namely: .Darby, on Friday afternoon, the 23d I dent as marking his permanent re- I the party helped to bring
investigation I I
M 1'1..O. L. Beasley, Mrs. E. M. Johns, fast! Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was appointed tirement from politics. I i "Income by tax reductions should prohibition and will not insult the '

Miss.Mable Weller and Mrs. Edward to arrange a program for the The following members of the Made Wealthy aW rgive conscience of the nation by nominating ,
Burns. occasion; Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. S. Bradford'county Democratic Executive at least as much benefit to any one who is not heartily in

The feature of afternoon the L. Peek and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonwere Committee met in this city and : those with small incomes as to those favor of prohibition. i
was
I pretty May pole dance by the following appointed as a committee on answered to the roll call: J. L. Hill, I with large incomes, and the tariff House Cleaning Needed
refreshments; and Mrs. J. 1\!. Alvarezas Dr. E. A. Todd, G. W Cyatt!! G. W. should be reformed in the interestsI "The investigations have
sweet little girls: Hazel and Lois revealed
chairman of invitation committee.The Alderman, I. W. Pinholster, W. H. of the consumer.
1 Adkins Sara I theiforrupt methods of big business
and
Hope Georgia
Chapter were much pleased to Rosier, T. M. Williams, J. T. Wills I Strikes at Profiteer and the
"t Haynes, Fenella and Louise Snyder, have with them Mrs. A, V. Long, of Our strawberry growers hav been f +k "The profiteer should be restrained didoie party demands a clean can- I

Lillian Sternberg Martha Morris, : Palatka, who was formerly a member somewhat disappointed to find that/ 1 ; a private monoply is indispensable to lead the housecleaningneeded

J' 1J Maria and Louise Brown, Helen Gray 'of the W. T. Weeks Chapter the same old transportation! rate on | and intolerable. ( in Washington.

o Lillian Carrie, Evelyn and Marjorie i,i, During the social period the hostesses strawberries prevails this season i "The farmer should be aided "With a progressive; platform and
Stump, Vera Claire Robinson, Martha were: Mesdames S. E. and J. M. They had expected better things when by Ian I acceptable candidate. We have a
((
Powell, Bunnie Canova, Dorothy and Brownlee, L. A. Davis, J. M. Alvarez, the F. C. & P. became a part of the I cooperative marketing and in every splendid opportunity to win the elec- (!

.:' I Eloise Ritch, Paulino Miner. The S. L. Peek, T. C. Morris, W. J. Ep- S. A. L. I other way. He is the greatest suf1ferer. : tion and administer the government i

little girls wore crepe paper frocks person, O. L. Beasley, A. Z. Adkins, Item from Ward City-The town | k I in behalf of the great producing I

f of blue, orange, pink, yellow and jade I* G. Powell Paul E. Canova, Geo. C. was very quiet last Saturday night. 'I I + "The interests of labor should be masses of the country." i ij

I I green, and made a charming picture White, A. M. Darby, J. W. White The beer brigade shifted the scene off j I guarded and provision made for the :

1 as they skipped around the May MisH Etta Titson and Mrs. A. V. their operations to the Santa Fel i investigation of all disputes before j, Sealed hide NOTICE will be TO received BIDDERS j

: pole. Miss Aileen Alvarez trained Long, of. Palatka. river west of town where they made I they reach the stage of strike or of Hontl Trualeea of Bradford County bthe Florida.Board<
-- -- --- the night hideous with yells and : lockout-not compulsory arbitration at the office of the reretnry of the Board at
the children for this feature. Storke.
pretty A number of Starke people went to / a Florida until 2:00 0'.lock p. m..
hootings. Beer flowed freely during but investigation in order that the June 10th. 1024. and at that time
; 1 publicly
i! the State Farm und Lake Butler Sun the f opened for the .
evening furnfahina of
1 !swIMMiNG PARTY il I. CA 7C facts may be known and, reconcilation Tractor, One Light
not to exceed Two
' day afternoon to hear the noted William Dr N. W. Francis is Toni In wulaht.
One
; recuperating i effected with all three way mad drair. .
justice
to parties.
Mil8t.s Jeannette Matthews and Jennings Bryan speak Amongthe at Ormond. I I Last October Miss Anita Ercellof Bidder* to furnish complete apeclflcationft
.
St. Paul, Minn., her blood "Water transportation both of the equipment bid ,
Marguerite Shriver !gave a delightful number were Mr. and Mrs, Contractor Wm. Lake gave I ocean on and the puce of
swimming party Wednesday from 11 I.. A. Davis, !Mr. and Mrs. De- a cottage on Cherry street is for finishing F. )I to save, the 76.life Now of ,Mrs.at the Wm.latter's Morton I and Inland, should receive every .a"h;' delivered Hoard .reserves at Slarke the, right Florida.' to reject any ,

a, m. to 2 p. m., complimentary to Witt C. Jones Dr. E. L. Biggs: Col. Hollingsworth. n'l death age, she leaves her entire $200- I I possible encouragement, that both i or all bid*, E. S. MATTHEWS

Miss Alice Thnrin, of Madison, and and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mr. and Mrs. Rev. L. W. Klckllter is just 000 estate to the girl. I producers and consumers may have ATTEST: Chairman

Miss Marylee Wilson, of Atlanta. A !II. M. Snyder, Mr. and !Mrs. L. D. covering from an accident that might II I the benefit of cheaper transportation.'I C.Secretary.A, FUTCH. 5-9-Gt-8-.
delicious luncheon
was spread on the
Green, Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight, have easily proved fatal. In driving "
I banks of .
r the beautiful Lake
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Kingsley. home ---- .A .
cattle -- -- -- -
and J. E. Corpcning. some a yearling became -
D,,aides the tuntess and her -- - -- - -- --
guests, refractory and dashed ... -- I)
out of
thote enjoying the ufTairwerv Misses. bunch the I -
Mable CARD: OF THANKS:< Mr. Kickliter gave chase and
Weller and Hilda Struth his horse '' j
ran under
Corner Long !Harold Wall and Mrs. a clothes wire, I
J. M. Mitchell, chaperon > We wish to thank the many friendsfor which caught him in the breast and H' '!

{, .- -- -.---. "-' __ I the beautiful flowers that cover threw him backward against the high I I ,
c. of c. MEETING: : : :< the mound in which our dear Roy saddle He eat his horse and the ''I I t

The I Davis c7 '!' sleeps. Mr. and Mrs.\ W, !M. Brown, wire passed over his chest and neck, ': !
Ruby Chapter, of C.,
met Saturday afternoon at the home Wilmot Brown, Mrs. Clark; Tobbie, leaving painful bruises in its wake j Pretty I ;
; Meager details Soft for14'r.
".' I of Beasley.the assistant director, Mrs. O. L. ,i i Clark;-Tohbie-- Clyde and Lacy Brown: wreck on the F. C. &of P.a have disastrous been received '

here.
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The president, Miss Elise Jones, HIGHLAND I
was in charge of the I Extra quality blue and black ,
andMinn
meeting, Highland May tl.-The .strawberry worsted suits for .1 /
: [ Mary Canova acted as secretary. men, $7.50 and up. : Rambo
I The treasurer reported nine dollars' movement from here continues verygood Boys' suits, 85c and up. Knox straw I : i

In the bank. It was also] reported the berries are of a nice size hats, 50c up, Wilson Bros negligee

that the chapter had sent an Easter and since the dry weather are! carrying shirts, 63c: up. J. M. Alvarez. : I
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\ I'' card to each veteran of J. J. Dickinson goud. All shipments are made by TEN \"E.USGO : I r

Camp. Mrs. J. M. Hrownlee conducted open express and prices an* fair A lawn fete and musicale held'' I I .
I a quiz on historical matters enough.! The yield is expected to drop on the Commercial was V I I riIDLE
t pertaining. the War between theStates. Hotel grounds i I _
otr by the end of the &eek. Our
Friday and the
Mrs. Beasley read an interesting 'ollowing had parts on '
farmers are expecting to start shipping the program: Cleo Mitchell
Y paper on the subject J. J. Florence I i
green beans in another week, the Canova, Florence
If t Dickinson. As the credentials of / Matthews, Henry
Colaon and Martha !Morris were prospects for a good crop now are Gray, Levy Canova, Hazel Brown, I I .

d finished, their names were placed on very promising.Mr. Ella May Long, Dorothy Edwards: '
? the! honor roll. and Mrs. John Padgett, Mrs Vivirotte Floyd Ethel Griffin, Miss 'I
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The hostess served strawberry ice Silcox and Miss Maggie Silcox, of Pack.

cream and angel food l cake. Jacksonville, visited relatives hen Honor roll Bradford High School youth--and often those much older...look upon successful men with
primary grade: Ollie Green I
1 -- during the week. May I
MAKTKLK: : 1IKMINKWAVS l Margaret Livingston, Alma I s and credit achievements .
:Miss Maggie Crews was shoppingin Sapp, eyes to "Pull. .
BlltrilDAY PARTY ,, Starke Sunday. Lois Williams, Rosa Leviton,

Mnrtele Hemingway celebrated her F. M. Crews spent Sunday with his Joe Ruffen Sistrunk Edwards, Don Hoover, .1

6th birthday anniversary Friday son, R. L. Crews at Bryceville. Hugh Brownlee,, Jr.Callis, Warren Manning Nine times out of ten, however, when truth is known-..the "Mr. Rambos"

afternoon with a party at the home of I| Geo. Robinson, of Jacksonville, was Charlie Bischoff Brooks Williams Graham have traveled the road of hard work, sacrifices, luxury denials and consistent
her parents, Mr and Mrs Frank
busines
transacting here Saturday.Mr. The city fire department
carries on saving.
Hemingway on West Call street. A I and :Mr. H. C. Wimberly, its list W. L. Wall, ire-chief, Morgan I

carried color scheme of pink and white wa I Misses Ethel lUcks and Winifred Darby, Wm. :Moitt, Wm. Miner, Ab I i
out. The table ,
t win set on Wimberly and C. R. Dinkins motorej Syboten, Wm. Stroud, Jay Alderman
the lawn and decorated with I Waiting on "Pull" is Your !
sweet folly. ...
peas and roses. The table was center-j J to awtey Sunday' Roy Turner, Wm. Wainwright, A. A.I j'I I success all that you ever hope to be depends -

1 ..d! with the pretty birthday cake, si r- I I J. E. Wimberly and A. A. Crews Wainwright, Cliff Chancey, Robt'I'i 'I upon you and your own individual effort/ *..in producing; then in consistent

mounted with its six lighted tapers. were visitors to the state farm at Gray.Work i saving and intelligent investments. We
can help in
The afternoon was in I Raiford Sunday. on the new Starke school I you savings and investments.
spent !games, I house
is
at the close of which cake and Ice I E. Wilkinson and S. P. Padgettwere progressing at a satisfactory! I '
I Ii business visitors! rate.The There's a thrill in the saving "hll---Why not this a
cream were served to the little guests. ti Lawuy insulated start week, ?
i Each !guest was presented with a I :Monday.\ wire suspending the I
chandelier in the '' -
carnival cap and a little basket of I' Mrs. D. L. Rigby and children are burned Presbyterian church'' I..

candy. The little host ... was the ..recipient the guests of her father J. T. Marr.B. Sunday in evening two during and. the services' early Bradford

: of many gifts on this happy Williams, of Jacksonville: dropped with a crash. chandelier j I County Bank :

occasion visited relatives here Sun I Isy. Capt. U. G. Turner is making
a
The little friends who her
assisted R. C. PaJgett left :Monday torUastlr.gs I special !fort to raise the Company E I !j
in celebrating this occasion Katie Established
n were to 1889
where he will be located the standard
required for
CellE' Pauline Andrews 'I i
Louise
' f ) during the Irish [: participation In the ''tI
potato seasonVhile national
'i Edwards 1 Edna and Francis Marks ma "Bradford
t a
County's Flnincia
Lillian Stump, Vonda Inman, Vera there he will be the guest of bis neuvers. I I' Stronghold"I t,

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FRIDAY MAY 9. 1921
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
PACE FIH
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Mrs. R. V. Turner and daughter,,, were Lee and Math Mann, Wade Har-. [ resulted front a boil on his foot all ot this place, Wilmot, Tobble
,
for Ixjlselle a visit, of with Sumner her, arrived Tuesday Mr. and rell, Cyril Dukes, R. J. Andrews,i, j I Everything that medical aid and lovI Crtdtand< ,., The flower. were '

Bits oi Local @ Mrs. Barnum Johns. parents, Norman Parriah, James Ward, T. M. I I ing hands could do was done but all- profuse and beautiful. The family
Rimes, Scbron Speer, Lawton and have the sympathy of the entire com
Q. Waters. I'i to no avail for the dear Saviour lawfit f
See the bug bite in the "Microbe munity.
to move him out of his
suffering.
Information Ir. and Mrs. N. J. Parrish visited
of .
Love. Mrs. .las. Phillips, of Miami
[
relatives here Sunday. i Mrs. Drown left Monday morning fur Is
Miami and reached there at 12 visiting relatives here.
Miss Gladys Duke was the o'clock
oncerning Our People Business ana has Judge been Amos in Starke Lewis this of week Mariannn, Miss Esio Johnon Sunday. guestof i Monday night but being too late for Mr. and Mrs. C. Mann, of Putmiui.

Progress in the County and Town. the spring term of tho circuit holding court Dana Duke, Ear net, Lloyd and her son never did recognize his Hall, visited her parents, Mr. and

I for Bradford county. Judge Lewis is Marvin\ Johnson were guests of Kirke i mother \Mrs. Brown returned hero Mrs S. W. Hinson Thursday after-

I,I one of Florida's prominent citizens, and Julian Dekle Sunday. I' Wednesday evening with the body, noon.

I and is well known by many of our Mian niarlvil DiiUA .nant.V0.1nA.. I| lie was laid! to rest Thursday morning Mr. Arthur Moorcr returned to his N
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Mrs. L. A. Uavis was I' Traveling men never miss an opportunity I people lIe has a distinguished dry with Miss- Omega -Dukes the in Hope church cemetery where homo here Thursday from Miami \

Jacksonville Monday. to see the "Microbe of ,I legislative record, serving the people casion being the latter's oc / a large crowd: of sorrowing relatives where hp has spent the past four ".
Love". They enjoyed it more each time. of Jackson county for many terms in birthday land friends came to pay their last months. ,
Each character in the Benefit Worikan's Club. the house of representatives, and Messrs. Joe and Gus Parrish received token of love and The ;
respect funeral E.; S.
Sibley
Love" makes a hit. when the "gentleman front Jackson" a telephone message Saturday 1 was: transacting' business Ij
was conducted
I by Rev. Jones, of '' in Hampton
Mrs. O. L. Beasley's committee of arose from his Rent to speak on a apl'rilllthem' of the death of their Hampton. Of near relatives Saturday.(
Mr. and Mrs. N. | finance for the Woman's Club will question, he had the undivided attention brother, Domorcst Parrish, who was leaves to mourn his departure his ho .1. I F;:;. Phillips returned to hlJ homo ,

Sunday in Jacksonville. give a benefit bridge party next Monday of the house.W. killed by being thrown from an automobile I pll't'ntIr.! and Mrs. W. M.\ Brown here Wednesday after visiting rela
evening at the club house. We extend our sympathy to two sisters lives in !Miami.
Mrs.
Ben Sasser 1
Marigold-new seed- r O. W. MEETING the relatives in their bereavement. Mr. and II. K. :Morer wax transacting buei-
Clark of [
Hampton four
I brothers
The "Microbe of Love" is an Mr. and Mrs ; : ni'HH in Pnlatka Saturday. -I,
Woodmen of the World Rowan Johnson visi-
epidemic of Camp 138,
laughter.
and Mrs. E. }I.
Mr.
meets te d her mother, Mrs. B. Johns Satur
Friday
every night at 8 o'clock.
,
Thursday in Jacksonville.
I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Mrs. All members are urged to be present day.

Ralph Rhodes Friday, May !Oth. If miss
L. G. Barry, of Miss Aileen Alvarez you it you THKRESSA
Starke on business and her guest, Miss Mary Curtis Wil- will regret it. COMMITTEE\
liams, motored to Live Oak SundayB. Theressa May i).-Last Tuesday
"'J'EIlU:
:
the sad news reached here of the
J. W. Andrews Jr.
trip to Jacksonville I I Perkins, of Lawtey, had businessin Five Mile, May 0.-B. L. Duke and death of Leroy Brown, son of Mr.

Starke Wednesday. Mr. Perkins family, P. P. Dc'kle and family enjoyed and Mrs. W. M. Brown, which occuredIn
announces in this issue for
Men's Palm Beach commissioner from county a flshfry and picnic at Scout hole Miami. Mr. Brown was confined j
berg's. I| Lawtey district. Thursday to his bed in a Miami hospital suffering i,

I Pack up your troubles and store R. E. Parrish and family met rela- with blood poisoning which

Mrs. M. Leviton has them away, the "Microbe of Love" is tives and friends from 'Irooker at the Before the advent of the Savings
a visit with friends in 'I with us today. Scout Hole Friday" for their annual CoU Ca-jso:r carry end ''nllJ.n7. i Bank people who saved their earnings "i
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and LAXATIVE BROMO OU'NINETshlet wmov'h
Judge A. V. Loner! of 1 Mrs. S. S. Dowling and little tishfry picnic. C'".". Then U only cue '"I-in-> (lull"IB, resorted to all sorts of expedients to
Miss Fowler" of G amesville, who F.W.GROVE'S 1'l<'n''''i._nn box. alb.
lJi hoard it for safe and
a visitor to Starke | daughter, Nettie are in Tallahassee has been visiting Miss Gertrude; Pur- keeping; the old

visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.: rish for the past two weeks, returned mI i wool sock was a favorite depository. 0
t Miss Maggie Crews of
Stroman. Even to-day this provincialism is
home ,
Monday.
spent Saturday here with I
I Miss Jeannette Durden who has The dance at the home of Mr and HOTEL MARIONi I practiced; often to the sorrow of the

f Mrs. R. B. Neal of been Mrs. Claude Renfroe Friday eveningwas i I saver. Money hoarded In a sock or
visiting her sister, Mrs. O. L.
d visiting her mother Mrs. Reasley returned :Monday to ner homein greatly enjoyed by thoso present. I STARKE, FLA. I i box or what not,] lit( not only lain

Tampa. Misses Hodges, of New River, I liable to theft and Ore, but Li
N. C. Wainwright( of I Brady Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Under New Management "dormant money"earning noth. r rt

was a business visitor lo Why buy 3 pairs of hose when you' Dowling, of Starke, visited relativesand Center! of City ing.

day. buy 1 pair as you need them. friends here Sunday.Mr I
II I Excellent Rooms-Excellent Make :your money "lively"
of Everwear
price hose is $1.00,
and Mrs. P. P. Dekle had
Bean hampers, the best I and $2.00. Nat Sternberg.Mrs. as Meal. alert and doing by depositing
guests Sunday W. II. Mr
Dowling,
.
best Bennett's.L
at
prices I
I I and Mrs. B. L. Dukes, Mrs. D. J. r It In the Savings Department

II. Hill of Florence Powell returned Blume and Miss Ida Blume. "Ask the Traveling I of this Bank. !MAKE IT AN f
Lawtey, Man"I
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I| Wednesday night after IIpend-
to business matters in several weeks with relatives in I Mrs Josie Stewart of Newberry, I EARNING 1'OWER.
day. / Ga. ,, and Mrs. Hattie Brannen, of Lake -

Butler, visited their mother, Mrs. (Remarks about interest paid ?
J. B. Rowe and L A. Those from here who attended the Barbara Dukes, last week-end. If desired)

Lawtey, spent Monday / at Earlton Beach Thursday Mr, P. Dekle,jClaude Renfroe, B. L, 666 ---- ;

ness. were Mr. and Mrs. .S. A. Bryan, Duke, W. H. Dowling, Mr. and Mrs is BANK OF STARKEST
D. L. Rigby, Myrtle and Pearl Ardell a prescription for Malaria, Chillsand
Mr and Mrs. B. M. Drawdy were among the visitors Fever, Dengue or 'Ililious Fever
FLORIDA
guests of relatives near i to' Lake 'Butler* Saturday." ,, It kills the germs.HAMPTON. ARKE,

h' nday. I Sophie Sweetgum declares that love Mrs. J:: R. Dukes, Mr. and, Mrs: ,
Ardell Drawdy were guests of Mr. t
not really blind-it is only near
Fresh nasturtium. seed. Attend the "Microbe of and Mrs. P. P. Dekle Friday. r

Drug Store. i I ." Benefit Woman's Club. Jesse Dowling, wf Lake Butler vlsi .
I t>d his sister, Mr. B. L. e el
' Mrs. F. A. Scott I BEAGII '
Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long, of Tuesday.
afternoon after a short T. E. Dekle of Lake called INSURANCE'N
returned home yesterday City, on
sonville. I a short visit with Mrs. S. E. his uncle, P. P. nek Jo Thursday. will he open to the public May 13h.(

Wm. Dekle and Miss and !Mr. and Mrs./ J. M. Among the weekly visitors here Come: and enjoy yourself bathing and
That's Our Business
son, of Lake Butler were PETITION FOR I
ELECTIONWe :
Starke I IJ |dancing./ We are at ;jour<< service It
Sunday. 1 !Mrs. I FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
H. B. Limbaugh and little the
undersigned ,
taxpayers BERRY & SMITH ,
The W. C. T. U. will Marjopio> Jean, who have hereby petition your honorable boardto II I II II' AUTOMOBILE BONDSAgency

Tuesday the 13th inst, 3:30 visiting at the home of Mr. and i iIrs. call an election to determine I Ii ,

the Methodist church T. N. Limbaugh have returned w'' the or not th- '"lIo'vinterritory i Established' 1886

.r'I' their home in Tallahasse. hll hr 'reatwl Into a special tax

Kverwear chiffon hose I I ""hrl l distrf"*; to elect three trustees I J R. DAV! S & CO.

St"'rnherg'ai' Ever-wonr Milk hose right in your:, id I Hot-rmre! the mlllaffe to be as- I II .

town. Priers $1.00, $l.fiO and P'.' d I in '"N.tlofs 25: 2O 27, 31, :8S 30, I iI i- -- : -=
E. Cnnova, Sr. and Look good and can't be bent I
8 South
Twp. Range 22 East, also
liimr Nat sec _._ _. _. _
wear. SternbergMessrs. u
hit > returned from .
i n
tions 1, 12, 13 Twp. U South Range j I I''
through South Florida. I' I I
22 East. '
i J. L. Shriver, If. P. Gainey, A. H. GREEN I I .

r>. G. Cox went to A., E. M. and G. W. Haxen, P. A. H.H. GUY ALDERMAN, DEALER IN I I'I
L. Morgan and R. J. Crews ALDERMAN I
s day and will remain there II T. RTN.R/; FANCY GROCERIES I I
Brooker, were attending/ busi :
J>n account of business. matters in Starke first of the II. J. ALDERMAN Prices follows KEEP OUT FLIES j :
II. E.: FOKTNKK.; )! as : ;

Giant Zinnias seed at ">-!9 June . Drug Store. i .
i Mesdames Bergen and Risenmnn .
Mildred Rixunmnn and Louise Smnki-d Ituciin __.-__ .._ ...... .17 By Screening Your Home :

Mr. and !Mrs E. N. / and Edward, I.l1r"l, of Key 'ENTAWOR'COLUMN Lord .--_________.._________ .17 I
Jacksonville were quests ]eights, were in Starke Thurs- I.i
Mr.\ and !Mra.' F. A. Scott.' evening to ntti-ml the carnival ,.nlt and :Meal _____________ .01i: !
I by the Woman's Club.
Mr. and Mrs. James I Hire ._ ._":___ ._ ______--__. ..OSNavy
Every home owner knows the economy in using the

children were guests of The situations are amusing the :'; Deans ___________.__... .10
Lawtey Sunday afternoon. bright! and catchy; stage/ I i Lent screening. Every housewife knows the Lest way to
.. !good due to unlimited costum ------- Black Eye: f'en __ ___ .12
I 1.0ST-.JlruwlI suitcase on highwaybetween ---- --- I keep flies out is to screen early anJ never let them get I a
in the of
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan "Microbe Love. Bene
Starke and !Hampton, I Onion .. .08 started. We stocked with the best and
-- wire I sj
D. L. IHirby visited relatives Woman's Club. Sunday afternoon. Finder please ---- -------------- I are copper

tey and Highland Sunda*. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, !Mrs. return tu this office. 1 It I White Potatoes ---w.--w-- .01 j I screening and arc ready to serve you at prices more reasonable I

Bean hampers, the best M.\ Darby, Misses Iris Epperson WANTED: AT ONCE-Competent Mutter _. __ _. __ ._ ..____ M I than ever.DeWITT. i

best prices at Bennett's. : Fannie to attend Darby class motored night and to Lake high R waitress.Bergin, Write Keystone or! phone.Heights,Mary Fla. ('heeae .. .. ____- ...__ .3,1: I I,

Carr Colley of the play. While there they were It Suar. I01h 1.1111 I I!
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Florida, spent Sunday guests of Mrs. P. M. Padgett. I '
'OUNH--I'alr of amber colored horn Flour 21 Ibs C. JONES r
mother, Mrs. W. A. Colley. ------ --?------ LooI: I
| :Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts, Mr. rimmed eye glasses on vacant lot I
where carnival held. I'i". bury ."ollra 21 lh", :
1 was Owner -- --- l.2"j
Joe Hill Williams Esq.. Mrs.V.. S. Yelvington, of j I
Butler has been attending/ motored here Sunday to adv.may have Call this same office.by paying for this Canned Fla. Syrup, 1 gal. .,___ 1.041 Starke, Florida !
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term of court here this week. I' William Jennings Bryan and OrtaKon Soap nix cakes -... .... ..25Maxnrll f ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs Geo. A. f'OUNU-There has been at my place I

Mrs. Irene Wills and for the past six weeks a dark bay ", House Coffee __...____ ...If'' I
R. B. Neal went to Jack horse, 12 or 15 old
I years ; legs (Charmer* Coffee ____ ._ ....... .. .
Mr. __ _
day to visit Mrs. E. W. j|i portion of HenpecL's advice gray. Owner can have name by .28i i J

matrimony in the "Microbe of 'paying the expenses of feed and Green ('_IYe -_________-_____. .23 1
"
You can buy Everwear ; "Gentlemen, take It from me, I advertising. E. M. Hazen. 2t' .--
at j is n.life job of long hours, 1
a time and the prices ,
$1.50 and $2.00. Nat I'\ pay hard work, no holidays FOR SALE'-20 acre farm 16 under I GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY
I i no chance to give notice if you cultivation; good six-room house; ,
tired of it." .Hear the remainder barns, outbuildings mule andwaj'on
J. L. Peek and daughter! his address to the :Microbe ; INMN & PITCH
farm
tools
all kinds
Louise Gainesville, and Hogan Smith I '' Benefit building fund of fruit trees and grape; vines 2 of% WQII:''x """"",,- REPRESENT: : TilE IJEST LEADING
Wednesday
Club. miles north of Starke. 'heap for COFFINS & CASKETS INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE,
cash. L. A. Kahr : ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE
l\fJ. Starke. 7 9.3t
O. L. Beasley and \ I i the annual May Day festivities i Aa4 a Fall Lla. .! I BONDS) LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

Griffin motored to Monday afternoon at the Florida FOR SALE 40 acres land, 7-room U nanifltn'AUTOMOBILE : I "IHIi
and were the guests! of I|'r College for Women Tallahassee, ( bungalow, felled inside, /good water, .. I : MADE PROMPTLY ,

near churches and schools HEARSftAJ
Clara Johnson, of Jacksonville ; near
Mrs. Willie Reynolds and State! Farm; situated best farming *.f. on haa". Till. best *rr-
of Waldo and Miss Eva '''' \ as queen and among hr maids section Bradford famousfor i ..-e at the low..t pHern. 8p.-
county; I "COULD CETTIR fEHIi.ZEK: BE
; MADE WE HOLLO MIKE
Hampton spent Wednesday Miss Florence Matthews, of strawberries daJ attention to telegraph seat > I U"I
trucking, and
relatives. The and her maids Rrl.t.r.J Kmbals: I B"for. bop'''''. ..t oar ".. April prirclbt ., ...r "BIMOV: PL'Ra" sad GalliHR.NDS" I r
queen general farming. 25 acres <-!eared l whlrk .... f b.... Ik* ffi Ur4 .( J..lltr f.. U. cut Nil fen vttkflorUa iI
: chosen from senior class by the belongs to a corporator that must; craven PrieM .l..r. it '.t. Uuilitr c.iul4...... ..l Ik* ..-a. b.. 10" ,
Mrs. C. H. Knight who, i vote of the entire student sell $.00 down, 5 years on balance. DeWITT JONES lor "' 0'''. AIM ptl. II.U .! lnM.
Epperson visiting! her sister-in-law )', and the sophomores were in Apply to G. "it. Inman, Starke, Fla. STARKE. FLA +I nor now .ready w rt..t ..n..

J cksonTill.returned. to her? ,1 j of the festivities 4-25-tf; E 0. PalaterFertilizer Jacksonville, Fr.







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TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 9, 1921


: Farmer's Week At U. of F. how Is electricity measured" l "'tI
I Student-"What?"

Itl 11'11' College: Professor "One hundredper SOUTHERN RAILWAY

'. : Scheduled For Aug. J 1116Arrag J cent."" ,

I Says Blonde BHH
-- The host ban spring fever but 1 is SYSTEM
I I 'mcnt Committee at Work; farmers' gathering. The state association doing/ nicely according to the accompanying '

.,I.. Farm Organization to Hold An veterinarians as well as physician's bulletin issued -
I nual Meetings There and Then:; it number of other organizations are at the Twelfth. Green;_ Thir- A ) J1r.

Expected to be Biggest Farm Rally also expected to meet here. Efforts teenth Tee, Golfside.Ending .
I t in JliHtory of State; All Phases of are being made to bring a large ( Our Day's Work
Farming and Housekeeping to be number of bankers here for at least the Train ( \ 4'1t

Studied; Something for Every one day of the week. j I Mrs Murphy was leaning against Southern Railway System is

Member of Family; i'luv .ua Well an The committee In charge of the the door-post of her house when her : THE
rye 4 than
Work Scheduled.Farmers' various programs had little to say, friend Mrs Carr, happened along / more 100,000 ton-

but a few intimated the central theme bearing In her arms the twelfth child miles of freight transportation in the

under at Week the University preparation of Flor-are of what they are arranging. For instance "Arrah now, Mrs. Carr-and then 114 five minutes you spend reading this

way in citrus the Improving of you are up and around again with an- .
: advertisement.A
I
) ida. The dates have been set for .
other Carr.
quality economical production and
11 to 16. Committees have I
August
.4 finding an Improved market are "Yes, Bridget another little Carrit
been appointed to have charge of the ton-mile, the yardstick of freight
I't general arrangements of outlining* subjects which will feature. I is-and as far as I am concerned, I N Dull ID' td service, is a ton moved one mile. For
The whys and wherefores of .' f' the courses and program and of the >, example, hauling 100,000 tons a mile
committee will possibly find
entertainment phases. a Brown's) Mule f fl I F equals a hundred thousand ton-miles.
place on the programs, thus acquainting ,
Already the South is being combed Some few days ago a friend of
for its best available farm talent. often the farmers why restrictions are mine put an ad in the local paper fora It is a big day's work that an 8,300
placed importation and
Those in charge announce a number I transfers of plants upon seedlings etc. I fast running mule. He received ] 4:1: II' K t mile railway system, with 60,000
of "bin guns" who have expressed a only one answer to his advertisement.On .
The woman is to have her share of employees, does every twenty-four
j desire to attend this third annual going to see the mule he asked
attention during Farmers' Week. Her hours. Our
Florida Farmers' Week and who have I the owner how he knew that the mule average daily performance -

intimated that they may bo here. program will include home improvements was a fast one, as he looked all rightas in 1923 shows these results:
millinery health and the
I I "We are endeavoring to make this far as looks went The owner
standardization of Florida products J .
TrmJn
\ event the big red-letter week of aUi. replied there's the mule, try him for operated 1,330
Poultry and dairying are two Dlmtmnc .
v I gene- run bJ'tr'n. 130,000 mile
farm people in the state. All farmer yourself. So friend
my got on him
.
ral subjects which will be emphasized F.* enferm o.rri.d. 50,000
associations are encouraged to hold and started the road. The I I
i. and discussed by the best authorities up mule Freight loaded on our line* fad
their meetings or conventlona here In the South. had plenty of speed all right but it received from other rmilromdm 8,000 carload.

during that week. Every resource The dormitories and wasn't long before he ran off of the Freight movement 33,000,000 ton-mlee
power and talent of the state's college I dining halls road and plumb Into a tree by the I 1 Id Corn burned bjr locomotive. 14,000 ton
of the visitors. Boarding houses
of agriculture is to be concentratedinto roadside, knocking my friend to the Ty Wmget paid $230,000
at moderate rules for the convenience
'I Materle/a and eapplie
the work of this week. This ground.
one Limping back I
nces of the visitors. Batrding houses my friend purchased .4135,000i
: is destined to be the big occasion the I I I and hotels and restaurants near the told the owner that he couldn't use I Tuei paid 26,000
great rallying week of Florida's the mule because he was blind. To
will take of the
farm people." Thus spoke Dean Wil- campus Increased attendance care which is greatly expected which the owner replied: "Blind, If you will multiply any of these

mon Newell In addressing a meetingof this year. h-: he just don't give a d-." "" items by 365 the result will be a year's
all the communities in Gainesvilleon "F"i
April 21. Plans include something for every Abie-"That girl I just danced with 1t performance on the Southern Rail
member of the farm family and the said that
The newly organized State Livestock if I didn't cut this cheek- way System.
committees say "Biing 'em all; make to-cheek stuff she would bite
Association is scheduled to meeton my
i
I the university campus during this this your picnic week." nose." The prosperity of millions of people

she Izzie-"She" said a mouthful didn't in the twelve states served by the J.I' J.

; r tJ 5.soiitj: Please Don't Smile Here Able \ \ \ li Southern depends on the faithful

I know that I would surely grin Teacher-"Define 'sympathy'." : and efficient performance of
And laugh away dull care, Little Johnny-"Fellow feeling."

I If I could see a dentist in Teacher-"Give an example." our day's work.
THE CttAV.'L ,grH!. ? t
Another dentist's chair. Little
Johnny "Blind man'sblufl' I II
PACE" : THAT
I "
.
\ KILLS Ye American Family

I Gibb: "Does Grind take any interest Said It-With Flowrs I ..

in society" he exclaimed.. "Wha's happened"._ II

:\ Gabb: "No he supplies the cash Just in time for the postman's last :

i'. and his wife takes the interest." call two friends met at the mail box. r

; /G 1 Nellie Knew By the light of the street lamp
+
I Jones
saw that Binks was looking
Mamma, I've got a stomach.
e yr y1r ache" said six-year old Nellie."That's rather the worse for wear.

... because stomach'sempty. Isis nose was skinned while a "* ,
1 Y your -
.
faint ** _
tinge of purple ofu
gave promise
You'd feel better if you had
fine black in few hours."You've .
eye a
something in it. You have been without
lunch." been having a rough time"
.A your he exclaimed. "What's THE SOUTHERN
happened?
I y That afternoon the minister called SERVES THE SOUTH
"Nothing, replied Binks W :
tJ and In conversation complained of a casually
I "My wife's been
,, severe headache. pelting me with .
f flowers. That's all."
While enroute to Tampa last week "That's because it's empty" saidNellie.

e I picked up a little magazine published "You'd feel better If you had "Flowers. But what sort of flowers
in Florida. Across the bottom of something in it." were they to mark you up like that?"


Il ; the Evening front Post page writers) style, in Regular were the Saturday known.names GILL: "That Cause umbrella and Effect of yours 11 forgot rat."Just" to the remove ordinary them kind from only the pots she I I PAD1l0 f KIN 9 n"WJ: t

of several nationally .
V also in small) print tho names of looks"as though it had seen better "Ohhhh! Lemuel vat you tink? I Your storage battery can bused there. A voltmeter, reading from f

several prominent Florida men who days. vas arrested for speed:ink today." for lighting the filament of I 0 to CO volts] should] be in your I k t)2)
Gabb: "Well it certainly has had 199 tubes by connecting the bat- home to test your batteries. Sum
had written articles. I looked carefully its ups and downs." "Vat you? Vy, you haf no car haf tery clips to only two of the cells mer heat lowers the life of B battery LEY
iI through tho publication for the you?" which will give 4 volts, the COR When it runs down from

t J articles written by the well-known Answer the Child"Father "No, not that. Speedink on the RECT operating voltage For 1U heat it gives forth noises, whichare Standards, No. 14 solid bare, cop-
volt tubes the
writers succeeded finally In findingthem sidewalk. clips must only con- mistaken for static. Renew per wire, or larger sizes is best
said little Willie, "why nect 1 cell of the battery. It is the battery and, presto! no "static." I for outdoor antennas. Stranded
.' one was a short article in prose, has hair advisable however to change the .. .. .
my grown so much
longer And Then I wire though stronger h: greater
They Get Wore \rs
the other a single column piece tndthe clips from cell to the
/ one other A
than yours when yours has grown so The boss ground clamp or wire cannot resistance and hence lower ,IIK'' ,Is.
third about a column and a half. much longer/ than mine. caught the office boy every few days, in order to drain be soldered to a water pipe until Fifty to 150) foot direct from the
a The article by the Florida Men telling falsehood:: the battery evenly. This is rec- the water has been drained out of set to the highest point available
V.f wore cattily found and I want to toll Exit father "I'm surprised at you!" he said. ommenderwh..n\ you wish to use I It. Use a prick-point; clamp] on the I at the distant end ia recommended.
I : "po know what dry cell tube in some experiment. I water pipe and solder the ground C. *. .
you .
l you how gla boys who tell lies" I clamp. As the static season! approaches
writers didn't have more xpnce. If College Professor to College worry so much about e I a loop aerial will bd found the best
''i they had, in all probability I would Studen"By what means Is electricity I "Yes, sir," was the reply. "When "summer static." Think about your I According to the Radio Laboratory It eliminates static and intel'rer- "
nyt have read the real interesting transmitted ?" I,they get big enough the firm sends B battery. The trouble may besi I of the Washington Bureau of ence.

e articles by local folks.( They were Student. -"Why-er" _

Just pertinent facts about the wonderful College Professor-"Correct, and Can.iuu.1 ccie

state of ours written by folk who --- ---. .
know and not by writers who gather '
rrrrr9r..3 S. ianaaataBlinding a -
their Information from trade report, ... i
etc. Predictions were made by one Ii ii them out as traveling salesmen.The ."-- A Close Decision 'I
4 i Knot hole[ p.4 -
i prominent Florida man that at first = After purchasig a quart I found '.
:I
'
were bard to conceive, but after I Timely Death it corroded( my zinc-lined interior so '"

Ii topped and let my imagination drift Headaches a a"For I'utt "Mike: was drowned last I gave it to AI, our saddle-colored! rn86 J'fHi'

buck just an even ten years and thru I night( ." janitor. Later I asked him how he

r buck to the present I believe the = about twenty years II Jake-"Coudn't he swim?" found it. He replied, "Jes' right .

., he predicts will more than come true I iii says known Mr.citizen P. Walker.a well a Pat-"Yes, but he was a union Cnp'n jes' right. "What do you Uncle Jdin i iThere's
1 '.1 wonderful development for Florida of Newburg, mean 'jes' right'?" sail I.
!! Ky., "one of our family reme n -. man; he swam for eight hours and sub "Well, many a tender sentiment
t II I :!; Looks like we arc just wukinu up. : ii dies has been Black-Draught 4III s I I then he quit. Cap'n if it had been any better that lovers would conceal,
I the old reliable. I use it you wouldn't have given it to me, and which violets or hoas-mint bloom j
a for colds biliousness jourstomach Ii I IrY"p I Couldn'tlTord It if it had been any wusser I'd 'a' died. may perfectly reveal. In

!.f'j!'t i U r was subject and indigestion.to headaches I n a d M 'i Squeezed into a corner by a fat It was jes' right."-Exchange. hard presence to state of yer yer best case!-girl but the it's

'" r when my liver would get out p man who sat beside him in a streetcar Well red rose says "I love ye" any
WhereWife
I I N of order. I would have A n i the thin man piped: "They oughtto I ] time or any place! The messenger
1 It blinding headache and N charge by weight in these cars." (returning homo from a trip) i appeals to her-she
It couldn't stoop about my work, II t George, where did all these I I knows it ain't no joke.-it's the
i just couldn't go. I used 1'8) airi pins! ./Xuuos 'pip! Xaqj{ ;F,, bottles] in the cellar empty" very thing she wants to hear, .
"you'd have come from
man ?
y f. If them"I to walk; they j though not a word is spoke. .
b 1, j I Thedford'sBLAGKDRAUeHT f M couldn't afford to stop for you." never George bought--I don't know dear. 11 I I might go on discoursin' in this
; an
a empty bottle in my I pleasant theme for hours,-for,
') I.ucky for Johnnie life. I I there ain't no purer, sweeter
Teacher asked her: class if they I I way-than sayin' things with
{ : could compose a rhyme using the In the Same Predicament! flowers

; word "Nellie." Johnnie Jones being One Sunday two lovers went to methods Of course of conveyin there's our desires other,

called upon, arose much embarrassed church. When the collection I and the
It and it relieved me p I : < was fertile brain will
1
"About eight "There was a pretty little girl named being taken up the measure up to what the
i years ago my r I i young man PX-'!: i case
'l j MN wife got down! with liver and Nellie, who fell !in the water and wet |l plored his pockets, and finding noth requires.. Fer instance,
I stomach trouble. We tried her little feet." ,, ing whispered to hi durin1 winter, when there ain't
1 4-{ III* Radio DaughterDaddy h all week to help her, but I j, haven't sweetheart, "I ;, no flowers in bloom I've saw
(just finishing a long talk I tI: she didn't get any better. "Why Johnnie that don't rhyme." a cent I changed my pants." j a wink convey a thought acrost

.H and stern rebuke): "Now you quite iJ One luj I said to the doctor I!! "I know it doesn't. The water :Meanwhile the girl had been a crowded room. It may be
understand! what I cay?" 1 tI 'I 1 believe I will try Black- I wasn't deep enough."_ Ke-N'ash-A: searching her bag and finding nothing a note of warn in' or a signal
I II Draught, it help my liver.' b1 Club N'ws.Hall's. blushed a rosy red and born of thirst,-or a wish to see
I Small daughter ( modernt4 8 said "I'm in
-t4 very He said that I might try it the I ye privately and let ye know
r Alias): "Will you broadcast it airnin., and to follow I l directions. N I same predicament.""-Fay-Egnn's :> the wo"1There's nothin'

i : Buddy? I haven't quite got your l1Ia She was nauseated andcouldn't at I III i. ., Catarrh Medicine Lightning Line. beats the wireless It you want
eat or rest. She bef1" i I to be In style but
+ ; wavelength" Thou who are In a "run down" conjl the happiest
I I d gan taking I Black-Draught a : lion will\ notice that Catarrh bothers Keep 'Em Hopeful way of talkin' U to "y it with
and in two days she wasieatly M E'W them much more than when they are In "Why do a smile l !
'I Till! I lit Why G :.-, Improved and in W I : (rood health Thl fat. prove that while you( constantly favor new
I The rain it raineth on the just 17 week he was up." a a Catarrh Influenced, l I.by a constitutional local .11......., condition It i> greatly methods of taxation?" SNP of w"nf10s

i And also on the unjust fgela. Try Black-Draught It costs II lioia how> Cardinal! Hay*. HAL.I/S CATARKH MKDICINK con- "I consider it necessary," said 4- ,
N
Hut chiefly on the just, because O only one cent a dose. Sold D New York on. his return fr. .late Relieve! of by an local Ointment application which, and Quickly the Senator Sorghum "to enable people

The unjust steals the just's um- U -everywhere. to r-,'9 a Rome, where h) VMS naV a I-ru. Internal U_ brella. m c.: r : of the Catholic Ci.Uit.ii. In Sold Improving l the General' Health. change. If we can't satisfy. J' t M1
amg.> ..... by Uruirgliti for over 40 Years them we
.--- V, J, Cheney. A Co., Toledo Ohio can at least keep 'em hopeful."

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FRmAYPAY: 9, 1921 IIRADFORD COUNTY" TELEGRAPH. STARK... FLORIDA PAGE, TIIRB9

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g* ,. '-'''''''"'.....-......-....... -...-",. 'I possible, it I in the intc' lion I tho .1'. astci, arc counted by the scores. Powdered zinc oxide, 2 ounces; boric Mr. Repartee: "That's funny. I

I olidute thi propert os w 'i th So I II-I I eliminate, ,'sinuate "f $10,01(0,000 acid, '-' ounces; burnt, alum 1 ounce; r always find her very apt to say the

,; i Ncw. 01 Fla.-idit in Short Porullr
**0"0.. n.. ..,"-. .,.. .uMHi.aii. ..m,r .. ..M-- MMt*. which v ...LL'..< oils ..ltd nnpr 'me.: .sin \ en n'.uji! .- Ie .'r( I ire cOll1lo11| <-.I. "Zinc oxide or boric acid is helpfulif I -

.1, e I I the service are planned. --- either is applied alone. Should Cloud crops' an. [r.lirpri s are to*
I TO .- 'I I
HOW l'nE\; '; I'N)) '
Live State News the owner desire to apply an ointment foundation of every sort of business
; Tallahassee-Chairman 11. II. Simmons CURE SORE SHOULDERS( .
to the part ho will find it helpful to prosperity.

_...._s"nrwnn.'m..rr.n.a_ar.n.w..aa.nwn.wra.'aTold of Jacksonville of the state OF. TilE FARM ANIMALS" apply zinc oxide ointment two or -- -, i
I' l livestock sanitary board in opening a I KEAD
three
by Our Exchange. times daily
hearing on the question of dipping in Sore shoulder is one of the moat.I TUB T"Ll (m.\1'JI

---unm ug.n..._......_.....___....-..." _...........- .".... u the northern end of Leon county stat common ailments of work animals In''I "Should the shoulders bo bathed<<1 1I FOR ALL LOCAL HAPPENINGS
: ed that the board lacked a quorun and ppring. 'rtie most frequent causes are i I two or three time daily with a salt

Tallahassee-Of the more than 100 from he lust Sunday capturing 200 I would bo unable: to decide upon petitions oversize collars, dirty sweat pads, solution when the animals are first -1 NOTHING I.IRE IT ON KAKTIIThn
I
the bar examina- cases of imported whiskey four autos put to work this solution tend!. i
student who took I. to stop dipping: in this area at and improperly adjusted. traces to row treatment for torn flesh, rote
ti held by the supreme court here and two men, according to meager this time. The sentiment of the "Prevent sore shoulders by seeing !! harden tho shoulders and prevent collar wound, sores or lacerations that it dome

lastpWeek 39 have been admitted to reports reaching here. The men wero I'I crowd as heard from representative that the collar fits, that it is neither : sores." such the Korozoim wonderful{ work in flesh. heating. M '
and
the IFlorida bar. Among these is one captured in the act of unloading the too large or too small" says Dr. A. L. liquid powder combination
'. cattle owners by precincts was not Changes l>illpOtfil ion tn'lIl mrl1t. Thn lui.jid lloroiono MiNMverful 54a
'woman1.Jahassee. cargo, another liquor boat and several : altogether opposed to dipping under Shealy professor of veterinary Mr. "And! 1 antiseptic\ that ptmlins tIll
men escaping, however. (I science of the! Florida College of Reporteo: so you arethe wound nf nil |H"im>im and infect ions germs,
circumstances hut seemed to be
a -Chairman R. Hudson \ I lady who is giving my wife nhile. the \IWo/.iiim '",wd'r is tho groutheiiltr. ; }
Her t vt> the state railroad commis- Jacksonville Prominent citizens strongly against compulsory dippingas Agriculturewho. snys further on this I painting losoim? What m>rt of There( ill nothing' like. it on earth +

retracted his stand in oppositionntto the of William it is now carried on under present subject: a pupil is she?" for spend, wnfctv and efficiency l'rineIulllltl {,
supporting candidacy
.
!) ;ill- ,
"Do away with the sweat pad I ( tiO; and fUtt. Powder OQo
the cross-state railroad in a Gibbs McAdoo for president are arranging program. Miss Daubber: ""Well sir, I find and t tHI.>. Sold by
which collects dirt and sand, thereby
), resent to B. II. Meyer of the inter- I for a McAdoo meeting to be Savannah Ga.-Kiernan Daily a irritating the! shoulder and keep I her very apt, to say tho lenst." I I All Drag Stores

'jttato commerce commission. held in this city at an early police officer of Boston, Mass., lost clean the surface of the collar which I
I Committees being formed to arrange )
Petlrsburwith;;: all hU interest are James Williams, a prisoner, here in a conies in contact with the shoulder. I

centered on> catching a fat for the affair which it is announced peculiar way. William a Syrian "After the shoulder has already I :) '1'J' nv ,
will of state-wide Im- Th'M I It
be
,'"mullet, a 40-pound kingfish jumped I portance and call some of the most had been arrested in Tampa Floridaon become sore, treat mire by bathing i; e.t. nRISUANE AltTlIlJR ,',

''ovir the seawall at Passe-Grille andilwSf a charge of deserting his family I it two ur three times daily withan ; J.
the
of
and
prominent women
I captured. Two years ago a king : men and was being carried to Boston by antiseptic, solution and applyingthe '
state to Jacksonville. I Candidates The Ideal of Freedom
i (leaped ten feet from the water onto I DutTy. The olTlcer decided! to break following: mixture to the area: 1;: Selecting

At : his in Savannah and fora --- Bidding Against ForJ-One Rockefeller Year
journey rest -
and captured.
X I' the i municipal pier was I JIoml'stead--C. W. Murray, former
night. He went "to local hotel andhundcjjflrng BUILD STRENGTHThe It shown that inpruatog '
,, Miami city engineer and later direc- a Kverybody: known that this coup I reseiitntiven. was 1
FOrlando-Orlando and Orange be selecting. l'iem- i money by the now process *
his will
prisoner to his own body depends entirely on the try soon
county construction for the four I tor of the public welfare department (!wrist the two went to bed. Early in blood for strength. If the blood is ilentlul candidates-.. nil lift tin | mi appropriation of $J,4I7COOnectmsaiy ( \ l,.!
fmonths of \1121! totals approximately has been employed by this city as: thin, impure and undernourished country will, hive I Hum mlctti'dfor ; under the old! methods !,
the awoke to find his
morning Duffy I .
( would be reduced to ll.OfiO.OOO.If
1 of which $965,333\ is forlOrlando. consulting engineer in drawing plans I your strength is impaired your vitality It. ,
1,600,000 I 'prisoner gone and also the hnndculTs., will be the
for a municipal water and sewage is lowered and your power of President Coolidge
The total for April is $269.- lie asked nominee \\hut about I Interested write
system for Homestead. Bonds the local police: to aid in resistance against: Unease lessened. Id-publican you err
43$. The last day of the month approximately finding him.TallahasseeThe. LEON/i RDI'S ELIXIR FOR the Democrat (How do you think W. I' Leech at No. 22i:! Went

& Bed with $100,000 in permits being. $300,000will be proposedto TIlE ULOOL feeds: the blood lit will bw chosen: llore'H u description Twenty-eighth street New York.

the freeholders at a later date, it builds it '1'. r-'.:'...- i' rich red and of the!' coming process' ,
court
[isfued.liami is stated to take care of the expenseof supreme pure. Ci I .. i Mood means: probably\ accurate, given by an What arc "America's ideals

+ Mrs. W. M. Cox, of Miami installing the system reversed the circuit fr'olu4ia! health si; 'i-w vigor.!, able politician: The Declaration nt I Independence\
-
county in the case of Joe Osborne who Fortify ; t ; mst disease. "Taggurt will vote for Ralston expresses some of them' the lonHtitution -
was killed when the motor car in it of Indiana. Mr. :Murphy of Turn- others. The.
fake
was convicted some time ago of st: on--r. ne-- healthy by I expresses
which she was riding with her Jacksonville. That railroads already aggravated assult while he chiefof using LKONARDI'S ELIXIR many will vote for AI Smith. They most important of all ideals Is the

husband and a party of friends over- established in the state of Florida was FOIL TIlE BLOOD the ideal ton : will work along those lines until ideal. I of freedom.

[ The automobile skidded on will not oppose the constructionof police of Daytona. While acting and pur.r. Ask for LEON- they eliminate Mi'Adoo Then they
tttmed. I a new cross-state line from Cole- I I in his capacity as chief of police hi ARDI'S ELIXIR in the yellow will go to n buck room and decide I And an regards freedom FItEFI5l'Fll :
Mie:} wet pavement. The accident ocQured I undertook to arrest C. T. Pent claim- package. Refuse all substitutes At who Is. "really to be the I Democratic> : ':IC'li and a FREE: PRESS;

half a milo south of Hallendale I man to West Palm Beach was indicated ing he had reasonable cause to believe all druggists. nominee.", and I the name they choose which mean free expression of
north of Miami. at a hearing before Examiner will bo the one nominated." thought whether in books newspapers -
|8 miles --- --- -- ---- -
It. C. Davis of the Interstate Com Pent had committed a felony accord- If you think that's imagination, i moving pictures or

Miami-April brought a new conKtruction merce Commission on the applicationof ing to records in the case. The you don't know United :States; speeches are most Important.

record to the city of Miami the Florida Western and Northernfor circuit court, however, would not BouWiEsLiTgI polite Napoleon knew it, when he free.said
that if he granted complete
fine far outstripping any other monthIn a permit to construct such a line. admit evidence designed to show In 102.1 the Rockefeller Founda- dom of the press, he would not

[ the city's existence, when records that Osborne had or had not grounds HOIapproved tion did these' things, among hundreds be able to maintain his power 4

Jjn, the building Inspector's office Jacksonville-The judgment for for believing Pent had violated the J e of others: which was that of a dictator-for

totaled $1,915,342 in permits for new damages rendered in favor of Paul law. This, the supreme court held by.Government Fought malaria In seven foreign three weeks ,
nations from Brazil to Palestine.
White in his suit in the federal court was an error.
and alterations and repairsto
puddings Combined with twenty outside Various "Intermits" not discoar-
| standing structures.FloridatownThe has been reduced from $15,000 ot $7- E> governments to fight the hook aged by recent Washington revelations
Lee
I Apalachlola-W\I1iam\ Popham
500 in order handed down
I an just by worm. are bidding, on what m.ybe
state read department Judge Rhydon M. Call who delivered the Florida oyster king has purchasedthe Contrary to the general belief that Contributed. more than a million called 1 a "Kall-SincUir" basis,

of Florida is the equal of I an opinion with the order. The suit Rice Bros. Packing Company's boll weevils must be eradicated or dollars to medical education In the for Muscle Shoals. .

United Governor had canning factory boats and equipment reduced In numbers by expensive British islands, gave half a million
any in the States I I its origin in White's claim of to the University of Alberta The difference between Ford
.Cary A. Hardee declared in an ad- mistreatment in one of SenatorKnabb's the Bay City Packing poisoning in order to produce a cotton pledged. a quarter' of a million to and the others is trim: I Ford know

dress here at the celebration incident II: convict camps under the old Company's canning factory boats I crop, It bus that been increased proud by suaeesHful the University of Pennsylvania. I how to produce the power and. ,
farmers
and equipment at Apalachiola and yields medical! chnnltt and after he it.
to> the construction work on the bridge Florida lease systems. and Supported how to use it produces
be hail' under boil
i profits may weevil
will the' Carrvbello Fish and OysterCompany's I tw"ty-l1vo hospitals. in 4'hino. Ford would do the work with his 4
across the Escambia Bay which I I condition!! In state of the weevil ,
,
(minted in Germany
11)1
fellowships Ho has the
own money. money,
of the state. I Tallahassee-Rural mail carriers boats, store and ire :I and without Mir um of poison where" !' *
(connect with the rest to support Hcientinc work hone,illy and usefully made, to d li>>>
I will be used this year for first time ingathering ,. factory at Carrabell'o, adding these the Infestation Is not too hunvy !Mont 1'11. And that's only I per cent it nod he) in inlercxlcd, in public

OcalnAt request of the federal harvest acreage figures in properties to the I'ophum Oyster. :I of tile sups required urn Included In uC it. ;: service, and water power developnietit. .

:Sherilf; Thomas, of Florida for United States I II what may ho called "hettor f.irnilnK. in adding to his fortune.Profi'ssor .
[government, the department Farm. Also Mr. Pophnm has just. I :: : not
w---t; ; ;;;;
As they have to do mainly with the If tlmrc n great: ,il-m, ,
Marion ,county arrested three Cubans of agriculture. This will be the balance of
purchased shore lands ,
of ,
I I I growth and culinnof the plant they water piling over Ningaia you MacAlistor reports the
(who came here to learn flying from' part of a nation-wide plan to gather adjoining the oyster beds and bottoms are generally known as "cultural: i coil ltlti t get ,an.v, power the rr. discovery in Jerusalem of a trench

[ an 'uvmtion squadron) which has been accurate data concerning the al'reag"I I in the Florida oyster belt near methods of boll weevil. control" If I there were not a great deal of built before Abraham was born,

{ located near Ocola for the last flve i harvested on individual farms. Plans I chirola, making over 20,000 APllla-1 I However tho foroiclng statement money in the Rockefeller fortune ami. nerd.! three thousand years
I !I should\ not be iinflorxtnod! to mAR that nil that work couldn't be done. before the birth of Christ for the
weeks. The men are in jail. The for using the rural mail carriers in moro than thirty miles water ,
I poison It not required to produce, a The longer you live the more defeiiNe of the city. '
f sheriff declined to give their names. I I this connection have been approved age on these oyster bottom maximum yield, and profit Cultural!! you realize: that Providence knows Such antiquity is not surprising.! I
I
by Potmaster-Reneral New it is mnthods should\ go hand In hand with Vhat it is about Jerusalem, located on the rout flIn '
Tampa-Bartole Valentin charA'1ed I stated.Jacksonvillehenry. Ja'keonvllI"Tho body of an unIdentified the use of poison and by the use of that camels and merchants tookon

with the killing of Antonio Castillo i I woman, about 0$ years of both In the proper way a profitablecrop Every publisher and printer will their Journey from l Kgypt: to '

New York is scheduled to go on trial'I Ford's assembling age was found in an automobile in a IH assured Use of cultural ho interested. to see W. I' Leech'snew the hand of the Persian Gulf, and

for the alleged crime here. These two I plant will be almost doubled 'ditch thirty feet off"the Fernnndina methods alone Is praellc'i/ ldo only printing "pntcexB.of printing NII inexpensive tn tho rich hinds between the r
process from Tigris and) the Euphrates; must
when conditions are such that poisonran
men. cigar makers are alleged to in capacity originally planned will : road 1. near the prison farm according not be used and when the infwta- platen/ that promises to do away ulwayH have been an Important
!
have had a quarrel over a girl near embrace a top factory to supply tops I to announcement from the sheriff's tion Is slight. with steel engravings. The! procss 'spot cnmmrrclally and historically.

the place of their employment and I for all cars distributed in the Atlanta I office. Whether the woman had[ been Where no poison will be used It 'Is li actually more iHfllcult/ to"ounl..rfcit We. know It only as Jerusalem

Valentin is said to have shot Castilloin i territory and will employ more than I killed accidentally or murdered and psperl.ilty: Important to use for cotton graving than any steel en. after it the had become the "hometown"
of Jewish
the back as the latter was walking 600. white men according to announcements left in the car is not known but pnly the most fertile, well-drained In an Investigation of this Leech Kmiouins of unusual people IntellU originally
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where the yielding ability
away. which were made by officials of the sheriff's departmentare polls printing process railed "aqutone," /genes and fighting ability. But it
If located
and. possible
food away
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officials of the local plant. The plant inclined to the latter theory be- from woods. which might shelter woavll held before the Committee on Appropriations hail a long, interesting history
Allen former of the House '
Webster-Alfred S. of before *
Rep- that.
will be completed by August, and at cause of the wounds on the woman's In the winter. To reduce the /
South Carolinian a farmer living that the officials Weevil attack cotton should not follow -
time say employ body and the fact that she clutched
near here who was arrested Saturday ment will be furnished for every leaves in her hand Russell C. cotton. A change of crops reduce
and in the county jail Insect attack and 'increases yields,
night placed
qualified workman in this sectionof White
an employee of the state road
at Bushnell on advices from Marion the country looking for a job. department at Lake City is being Dealing on an the extra boll early weevil darn, of dependsnot plant. it l lII

county, S. C., that he was wanted held in the county jail in connection Ing but on the rrcrp making a very

'. there on a murder charge of twelve Lakeland-The freeholders\ of this with this case after his arrest at rapid growth after It U planted. I Ir

left this city, ac- city will to the polls on June 10 to .
years' standing, go I Yuleo, after boarding a train at "parly preparation of the ground so II 1111/1/
companied by an officer to face trial vote on a bond issue of $1,000,000 for there will hOl a firm smooth and welloltlod ,
I Tysonia with bloody hand and suffering seed bed at ilantln times r un qu' i I Ir
at his former home.Tallahassee civic improvements. The two principal from seceral cuts. | very Important Hunting!| should of 11! i I r
projects to be carried out from ,
result of the I bo del '\1',111,111 nil dm: i r tom. frost (
\ -As a proceeds of the issue if approved, will : TORNADO: DEATH"OLL' IS I and mid In past nnd t Ih J,," unit l IH warm

State Lin.tOlk:: Sanitary Boards be construction of a city hall withan 1 FIXED FINALLY AT lOfl onDiu-h! to liiHun- nili'i, I, ""prflulln, I Iu

rule,, rand the requirements of the auditorium to cost7"QOO on ..tsite rapid,! mouth tint"1 a uond' "''lInd.HI ; (

state l.nvith, regard to compulsory to cost $100,000 and a hospital Emergency Aid Measure Through- u,v nlilMttiim i.lnmld, 1 IIH KIT- ,I i i ,

dipp'! n of rattle t every 14 days a for whito patients to cost $300.000.1 Seven States Taken en fury work or urn .il'nn, and eonllniied -

nUI"br, i! of calves: and one horse have I HH bite fill nm-i whiiry to keep l iil1l .
I An athletic field and to
beau equipment Atlanta, May 2.-With the numberof the imp free from \\1",1., end icnmii l 1
bi en si'ued: and, were slated to cost $87,000 and library and equipment I dead) definitely placed at 100, reconstruction i I I'ul'f' lInn p"nnlrv.5 the /growth and f / 1 1 1II
Sheriff Il
tinned) ofl'flT Monday by I to cost $,",OOO also are taken : and relief measures frultln'! of the plant !but, does. nut U// to i,

Stout n.i're' of Leon county. I care of in the I proposed I issue. I rapidly were being put into effect j i I known kill ball and w.'ovllH proven dln-ctly fact that It U with a '. ,

Dnj, tona Bench Federal prohibition West Palm Beach-A million dollar today in portions of seven southeastern I fjpav\ or light' Infi-itntldn, of the

.,,ant, swooped down on a liquor bond issue for improvement work in sttaes which were laid waste I weevils, with tho appllcntlon$ or with'

laden motor -hi|> nt the Inlet, a lonely this city is proposed in a recommendation I,Tuesday and Wednesday by wind. out the sppllrntlon of po'son. better II l miles farming pays under any and all con-
twelve storms.
point on the coast unanimously adopted by tilt Ion"Kurlhir

the central borough council for I Not until the outcome of injuries Information may be obtain

presentation to the city commission. sustained by all the casualties la established nd from the county agent,, state rol- I f ''l Buick 3Oida7rI

Made Wealthy '' Endorsement of the project by the will the final death toll be \\ffr of nrl'ulturior the Notional

known but it was believed today that Boll Wenvll Control Association "
north and south boroughs will be Ttoom 'i Q OE
220 DulMIni,
\ /f Whitney New Orleans
asked under a recommendation of the all fatalities in the stricken area now IM Lfl" ,:,I -'
1
.. i -rural borough council. The bond have been listed. In many of the --- -

i i.sue would be placed before the devastated regions communicationwas 111[;" b. Cal 9' e ,

I l"--"pli' .it a special election, under theulll..te,1 not restored until laje yesterday.The !licit
injured of whom many proba- ii
plan by the council
bly will not recover, number more fake the public paid

I tn;,"n."wille-The Southern Dell than 500 from best estimates available -

Ti-lf" 'phone & Telegraph Company has while those rendered homeless in $302251950.not; .

taken over the East Florida Telephone

Company properties often A TOPWIOdrove's includingwar -

negotiations that have been [nprolr..s
fasteto chili Tonic restores
or freight
for some time. The new tax
Energy: ,nil Vitality by Purifying and!
will fur the operate I ova
owner present
a s
Enriching: the Blood When you f-.I its
these in substantially thesame
properties
strengthening, invigorating effect sits how ,
1
manner as they have been heretofore it brings color to the cheeks and how
it is stated but as soon as \=
.. it improves the appetite y
I appreciate Its true tonic value.
't BLOODSHOT EYES LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ
I. :
ooc.e; Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is timelyIro'i
( Are cured without pain In one day 1>1'L40nardl's :and Quinine suspended to syrup. c, for the liver M. Smith Manager.

".Last October Miss Anita Ercell Golden Eye Lotion. No pleasant even children like It. The blnrxreeds Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties f

"of St. Paul, Minn., gave her blood ether eye remedy in the world as QUININE/ to Purify It and IRON I.. Beware ef imitation Demand __ ----__
to save the We of Mrs. Wm. Morton r Doling, healing and strengthening for Malarial the .nnin.. in I Oe and 35c pack r
age 76. Now, at the latter'adeath weak eyes. Insist on having "Leon. Enrich It. Destroys germ urn .(<. biasing above trad mark. When better automobile are built, Buick will build them '
by iu Strengthening, btvlgt
she leaves her entire 200. .rdi's.." It make strong eye*, At Grip germs
EtftloL: Oc.ti. .
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_11 druggists.
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\ i Af; E"6HT BKADFOfiD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAWLE. FLORIDA

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CBtHCH. Of HEIST :t week m Alacaoa: with relatives. | Mr. Xann RueD FOX- TAX-- A55EAM-
of Brooker.' wasa Mrs. Easton of Flint Kicl1. -
an. I .
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Braird Telegraph j aau a -.dew far
tenl e miaatu
f \ I Cext fiunday at )CJltben' Day. 11a1st.Jc1 1"1d"" 'Jreins, vt New Kivsr was \ business visitor her* this week. .. Tinting friends and relatives here. fte.....*.. .f covfrtr nsmnr of taxea of r-"
o ty: sad .
reapectfury want .
guest /f friends: hire S..4sy i t I Ii Mrs. Shaw who has been flirt guest The Methodist Quarterly Coafer- Uoa aad four c
we thail celebrate l by '.kagtrlgMothers' support ta tie t>etB<*crm'>. : "
f q:,i I-uotMbcd w-*iy UMft CDund as Day tongs and UM minist ,i If n. J. C. CX/ne and daur tae n"ejppcrt
.. I I wend .**. matter at the pwt wl) preach: ftfotbars' Day --. Mildred River .Sunday.f ad Clara. motored to New ; Florida.last Tuesday for bar home in South W. E. church last Sunday. Services tow- : tAut tee my a.otftcuU v* riv_record we in easy e">Ibo a-&pa.,.t

office a' f+t.rke. ,YiondJ- the subject of which will be: ThrweTypes were conducted by Presiding Elder ayernaJ for another .a.... a.r. ,

'i vh ut W _hood." The sermon f Doake, of Lacrosse was a The Christian Endeavor entertainedat Rev Bell, of Palatka. j 1 -.-N.D. WAJ1L

m. n .An.1 .... .. .. ._...fl_. will be d iiver.d a. follows: 1. The i visitor here Sunday. the lake near here last Thursdayin Mrs. B. H. Loflin, who has been in t "nbr: eawct myself! a* a eai.

., J. c. 11I111'%'''$ K..e.l E/eer. !UannUh: Type; 2. Tb Siren Type; I< Mr.. Mott, of Harne, is the goes honor of the Misses Jones. May, Stark for the past week returned to peaty for aha object o@re of to taw toe a action.* aor of of the Bra. ,

{ \ 4. The Mother Type. The text will be of relative hen this week. Evelyn' and Marion, who left here her home here last Friday. *r&tM irct 4 voter 1 at LIla primary .lace J. l:-.i
proms to faithfully
. : perform
' ,. EVERY FKIDAT8I.BKCB1PTIO fowwl in Luke 1: &.r.6. Among those having bustows in for Philadelphia. A very pleasant j tfotie of the oft **. keeping a ..*.. c/r
M'BI.IHKI \
\ I record of _......
Those whose mother yet live will Starke Monday were H. P. Caiaey. evening was enjoyed. i The Senior Christian Endeavor entertained reaportfaUy ail worm A.therewith.,
,. A. H\
-- - '- wiJ| wear a red or pink flonrcr. |. L. Mono, A A., E. M. and G. W. )[rs. Mary Prevatt has at a picnic at Hampton _
; RATCper recently Beach May the first. This FOR TAX COLLECTOR:
I : Hazen. P. A. Crosby R. J. Crews and outing was .
Thin. I hr *
whose JJWdJer. hay passed on been the guest of her son Joe. ry: fxanoooce to the p bie 1 that !
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tlJHI'M i J. L. Shriver.B. given in honor of the Misses Jones, a catndidat for reflection. to LIla Dale*
' Y'-.r H MI the treat beyond will wear thAt Y. P. U. Sunday Mrs. D. W. Swindul has as her May and Evelyn, who were leaving UM 0otuty tjt eoU_.. subject to tae "n i
evening at
Mothers'/ every people the coming Democratic
' :: ;. ,7. !'!" '.'(" Day flower-a white earn- aDd the following: ist the for guest this week her sister, Mr. A. W. town for a visit North. Quite a .a>etM.Q to .be held Jon a. 114. From.prur
tion Springs.T. outing ,4efat .
i next Sunday Mrviee la the future
; aa in the .
w thAt JJible school and bring her G. Fatch. of and the time was spent in fishing and I will appreciate or raw !Sineerctyanonne '
I. : Leesoarg. has been
: Son-
,
I 'hildrrn next Htfnday. Voor presence i; bathing. At Eo w.RtY
bountiful'and
noon a
2. Scripture lesson f the guest of his father, W. S. Futch,
Lorene Uaz
, n.
< sew ma IH a soluble celebration for Uv day. | this delicious dinner was served which I he.br myself a candidate
j 3. Prayer. of city. the oOa of taw collector of Bradford .,.
i rhone-who! have can will please try ItJ JC. j had been prepared by the ladies of I solicit tbs c "
support of the voter of the
bring' UUM mothers who otherwise Introduction: Leader. ;! Miss Daisy Moore spent last Saturday the Christian Endeavor. More than ty. sad. if elected. I promise a faithf.it;c
l: i i 5. Paragraph 1- i! with her aunt Mrs. H. B. Weeit. chary of tn* dutic of said off.... R.fiy .-. .
might not be able: to come. | Marguerite thirty enjoyed this out of door feast.AnoooDcemeiits : submitted B. _M. DON L. '.
/. i Shrivcr.I j Misses May, Evelyn and Marion
.
",fear Him" Luke .)
9:35, will be.
ye :
Ii i 1 'h.. text at t p. m. All arc invited toH.ti'I13T i 6. Paragraph 2., Rand Crews. Jones left last Sunday morning for PoJUc J J COUNTY X hereby aanoan COMMISSIONER myself -a DIST.caadidatereelection Ne. '

I "'''. 7. Paragraph 3., Etmia Ifazee.B. Philadelphia: where they will spend to the office: of county ern,
-- tuner for Ditr ct No 1. La ley. Ire-*..<"
the ---
; SoIIll. j summer months with their aunts, i I FOR STATS 8CNATOBi I will five the same careful 1 sad eoDveitnattention .. ,

--- CHtKCH BL'LLKTIN I 9. Paragraph 4., Parts 1. 2, 3, ;! Mrs. Camereer and 3fn. Haren. They 'i To tae L.moentr. "c U.n of nIStna..ow Urn tk to the dutlea of lbe office a* I v
UM
; m peat LOUIS U. HILt .
Lntnc :
of Oenda _
i : I ct/aa-
11o. seat j were accompanied far p
I Mane Andrews. i as as < .IIe"
"k: 'I' f Mrnharahq ,f. Sa' ',',a U .;hwayLawtey All evening .n-iC4Cl will begin at If). Paragraph 4. Parts | ville by Mr. and Mrs. J.0.. Jaekaon-j j IJun. primary yew u support your .t.for L. ,raoaunuoa..ior tor Mu4idwtnct. la .\ the solicitation of my friend. I h.
4 5 Mrs. .
eight' o'clock! beginning on Sunday !II.xt. I wfc ete. embrace UM eotuauc oBimd- announce my candidacy for the offtc
) AUr" ta"rj II This will r;. B. Colson. I ,ford i and fawn. i*. L' aNliHT.8r county oommbwioner from Duttrict ;N nLawtey.
the
bring young The following program was render- and solicit the support of the vat .
I -. 1 [wvipla's, meetings at seven o'clock. I O. A. Andrew., of Starke, was a I: ed by the Junior B. Y. P. U. last.1, : aha rvqiMBt of aacr frit-Btk, 1ADOIUIC hereby. : the 10......".. June 3rd. R--epcctful B. :,
PERA/ '
; LAK"IISY The visitor here *! myself M .
friends will please observe the Monday. > candidat for the
,I Thursday evening, May the first. Mane tnjta itrad!ortt sod LI atoa oontM .
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change in time. 0Th lie E. Thomas was ;, .ui_ FOR COUNTY COMMI33IOVER-DI3T.
attending to
> to UM
I Subject Our acuoo of UM DemocratIC f fprimary
May Vr -Mothers' Day will -- Million! Campaign. I hereby
,. HCOnd Htin_ lav In _Slav_, _\\MfrtfMother's _..... business in Jacksonville Monday. ; of Jon 9. It%(. 1 rwpwcUoiir for announce myself a can d Ida ureelection -
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2 I,. observed Sunday at Grace M. E. no m Leader, Ruth William ...." aha vetw of vrr voter and _rt>r ''Ihct.ct, county commuwioner I:
: .. Day, a special service in Ellic Lewis and that No.2. If reefetted I will eon.:
son, Hubert of I promise 1 will rtBdrr '''
true and faita/oi
t 1 burcla in tour Mt'YketI. The Sunda) Song, Send the Light, eel-vie. for Un. !giving the district and county: the btactvice ..
keeping with eeupl. sebum
: It- \ the occasion will be held. Lakeland, and Roland Weatherfoof rl 1 rpresaL (,,, of which. I am capable. Respect.
,
lCh-jJ1 at IV o'clock will be Mothers'Day y'unl and oM in Prayer for our mission work all 1 J. T. bABNEB. ,,, suhmitUd. J. M. BROWNLEM"FOR ;
a I every civilized na I Key Went, were the guests. of relatives S the _
and o'clock Dr. over wcrld by Annie
service at 11 turn will pause and give thanks for here for the week-end. May FOR StPERVIBOK OF KEGUTRATIOV I COX/SSfONER-DISTIUCr-

W. f, Powell will deliver a Mothers'' the love of a mother. It is hoped Wheeler. I bMftbjr. announc that A am candid*!* I hereby announce that I am a eaa4 Ell
for .
J Day sermon. In the evening both the that every one will join in the celebration ICAlJt.OICOBradf I Business period and records. ......n.ra.* *...'IoD... It to 1 UM"off.... ..._..icied o/ .uprni.or 1 .o.li coo of for have county served eornm..lOae"the. county a*Diatrict a member No.1.of tb

\ I Kpworth eaffuv and the preachingi nt the day. A committee of Song, Help Somebody. tlaIM ID ylYc IDr 'ur: net dlo... brad board and am willing to be judged by: 017 nord ..
carryjitjr out the dutic* of UM ort .. R. t ._ U elected 1 .
W > promise faithful/
i service will be devoted to Itluthe,.' ladies will meet each worshipper at IIIJ,. C_ A. KMOHT. ]I i f ....ntlo..* senior to the duties of the and offi.ec" .o.

'J:' Day. Everybody b cordially invited the dear of the church and pin upon Reborn and Geneva Harrell attended I Scripture lesson Malaklah 3:10 by pre BEPIIEJjE%TATI\'E-GIUnp; OVR Rt.DctfuIly. J. L. UNDCKHII.L

: to attend these services. as there is them" whit flower in memory of a the B. Y. P. U. at Brooker Annie May Wheeler. J .hereby anaouoea m/Mtif u -a- -candidate --
,N mother Sunday j bt yroup OD. for I I hereby; a no u nee to the voters that I ..
departed, or a pink flower in I Introduction nomination fur tae otfico of
not any preaching: services scheduled evening I by Group Captain. r.bras.ntauv. .in the legulatur. from ttrvd- j a candidate for the office of county coma"
church f memoryf a mother living. Every Mr. .I J lOur Hospital Gertrude Allgood. ford county. >ubj""ct to Ute attioa of the .'''''.', D..tncNo.. i. If electto. Invno@re
one is asked to wear such and Mrs C. M. Andren were in.i LNrmocraue primary to b. .told JUM Srd, 1551. I I pled. my .beat effort at all t>m.
I, Mrs, G. W. Roberts is spending but should a flower Worthington Saturday. I! Our Orphanage, by John Latty I r.*iM.,"u.iy Boitcit, Ute cupiwrt of au i to the. ,,,tn... of the county.J. : .
any be without one, it will I 1, Democratic W.
Wheeler votn and if elected 11__ PRKVATT
I' : this week with her parents in DeLand.Mi's. be provided at the door. Misses Lucile Harrell and Jewell faiUifui and cooei ouau.. aemea.fcVa.ka.fT .
I i R. M. Tracy returned hrlme'I (j The Conerly Old Ministers, Kathryn Weest. : : M. JOHN3 FOR COINTY COMMISSJONE'R. i 10. i
were guests
' I morning service will begin at Sunday at W. I I hereby announe myself a candidate leer
Sunday from Jacksonville where she 11:00 the congregation.along with M. Harrell's. School and colleges, Annie Ruth FOB IIEI'RJ.UliTAn\-: GROUr TWO county eommiaaioner from District No i

.i pent several days with relative. !':II the Bible school: joining In honoring L. A. Cook w. in Brooker Sunday. Peoples. / 4I] for I a hereby member aanouoc of the Hou myself,. of _ICep..o.* nnnrtklat....v. and compriaipa tf elected Hampton., will tire Thereaaa the and district Crabai and.

j Mr. A. M. lilanchard la spending. a'!' thn bent mother who ever lived- N. G. Hayes attended the W. O. W. Home Mission Work, Herbert Dur- fmm Bradford County Fla.. croup No s. t I county, the .beat service I am capable of.solicit I

', I few days In Jacksonville this week. I I|I I YOU MOTHER. meeting at Worthington Saturday den. ", i subject A4. J to*mra the.Democratic Uy solicit UM primary support of Jan of the S. I[f I R.p ctfully your aubmltted vote at ,the G.primary W. HINSON June lid
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MUses Sidney, Louise, and OmeItichardnon <, The evening service at 8:00:: when evening. j Foreign Mission Work Leslie voter* in the coming prunary. It elected 1 I!I I
promiM to vork fur UM beat roWret of Brad FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. /
of Umatlila, were guests i' the pastor will present the second Mr and rev O. Mayer and baby I Futch. ford county and the tau of Florida Reepect- I I hereby announc myeeif a* a aidrd.u

}i' last week of their slater, Mrs. L. A. I' sermon on"'The Secret of a Wholesome of Gainesville, were the guests of the I What We Can Do, Gordon Weest. /ully. W. OUVAJUL.. 'for comprising County Brooker Conuniasioner.and New D.ncloIe River. U el>....1.
,
(t Marr.! j Life. A congregation that former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Song I'll Live and Work: for Jesus. FOR COUNTY JUDGE ed..I promise a faithful, and efficient prforranc .
\ 1 i I than I of the Sat.. of th..
more filled I office and will
I: Mis. / Reddish the auditorium heard Hayes last week.N. Sentence prayers, led by Hilda Pur- bertby: .00l&l>C. myMlf a candidate for work always for *
Eldridg of Jacksonville the the. office of County .I...... of Bradford the beat In Urea t* of the

E{ spent Sunday with her mother, f the sermon announcement last Sunday of evening, and G. Hayes, Jr., and Malcolm liar- den and closed by Ruth Williams.. the. ..i.-refer I haivs too. voter bald this to alTi my_record duriac. eounty. entire county. Respectfully.A.. :B. ..
a continuanceof Bible stories tn the SkaL i( ----- --
Mrs. Kallie, Kt'Mih. the rell were visitor In Worthlnfl'ton'' andrecitations. by the and i earneatiy _hc.1.. npPO.u... I
', I subject was welcomed by all. hereby announe myself a candidate for
children. coming primary if elected 1 _
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Baker, of JocksonvJIJe ; Bible, school at (9:15: $ a. m., and R. Y. Sunday. duchartfe the. dude of the office' pro to .... beat to)I Ilb. of 1 ice of county commissioner P>.tri!",

I were the )tuunta last week I*. U. at 7:00. Mrs E. E. Baxter is the guest of Song, Jesus Keep Me Near the of fear my or ability lavor. accords CLO.to law A." and without snit promise ft, comprising, if elected Brooker, to eiv and the New voters" River. .f.
Cross. OARD1NKK.
? IP )1 at,the homo of Otis Rhodun. I '--; her daughter,, Mrs. C. M. Andreu this -- I the district and the county. lam the
I I'KKHHYTKHIAN (losing prayer, by the leader. best service of which I am capable. Rapectfully ..
I .'..,uty OCalir 1. jjaiiKien, 01Mtarkv week. FOR SHERIFFI submitted. 3. V. ANDREWS.:
1 -- --- hereby announce myself a candidate for
wa* transacting business in I "...01' Christ sent me not to baptize --- --- Sheriff promise of ffieient llradfortl, adminutratton county, and it elected. .I FUn BOND TRUSTEE 01... N.. I
of the sner*
Lawtty Wi'diiesday.! | but to preach the Coupe); not with HAMPTON" ilf K otfic. i stand for law enforcement. office I hereby of Rod announce Bond my candidacy for the!
Mrs. A. A. Smith wu a visitor to wisdom. of equally applied to one and all. without furor Brooks Trustee., District Nu 6.
e words lest the Cross of favor. '1 ahall and New R"'er I haw. '.rved the
Jacksonville last week. i Christ: should be made of Hampton, May .-Kev. Jones. who the voter at the primary.appructate June the 3rd.support of c Berne of th. county before .in .different
none effect. I has been on the sick list for W. M. MUCH ci,acltioa and fp..1 that I am fully capable.
Miss For several ( ; ED:: WARDS.I
Annie Wiggins, ut Jacksonville \ the preaching of the Cross is of looking after their Lint InteresUpledge I
tr was a week-end visitor at the to them that perish foolishness, but I days, was unable to fill his regular I 1foIf.1 her.bx announce myself a njfdte for my best effort toward this end.elected. If
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I appointment last SASH .Utttoti it toe otfice of Sheriff' ul Bradford K.V WEEKS.
borne of her grandmother, Mrs.Loulsu 1 unto UK whlrh are saved' it is the I I Sunday. At thy i r IInlr. If rt-tlitftA. I isrlll. ** ,In Ln. ...... --- ----- -
I i Lowory.J. power of God."-I Cor. 1:17-18.: Sunday evening service the pulpit.Will Lime .t>..ru no paine in tee rut d. cnarge of an the MEMBER The SCHOOL BOARD-DIST. N*. t
I duties uf the office, and 1 earnuitly what the friend of lip L. W. Kickl.tcr ask for
E. GoodfoJIow l left for I Sundry school at lo a. m. tilled by Kev N. T. King Hut support of th. voUr .t the ensuing primary hi* re-election a* a member of the Board ot
I Thursday Preaching service subject was "The Heroism of CenenfBUILDERS &'_&(ull1', W. J. li'fiLiiaON.:; Public Instruction for district No.1 of Ura<...
{. Mississippi, whore Im will, spend at 11 o'clock. King I ford county. Mr. Kickhtr .bas given the utmost -
weeks Cordial, invitation to all. David" and it was very InterestIsiand ,: HARDWARE I hereby announce myself a* a candidate satisfaction during the several term b.
f transucting' buslnt'SM. two// for nhcritf of Bradford county. I.m well has served on the board and w* corw.der i'
I Frail Mourn visited friend. In liitooKtiitlini'iker annlirjthla. I::' acquainted with the duties of the office anderumtar to the, Interest: uf th, voter and the count
I r Mrs. T. Campbell, of Seminole, IH I* Sherwin William. ,if .elected to discharge them to the that hi* service be continued.MNY.
PaintiKyanite
vln Sunday utrauet of my ability, with equal juatic to FRIENDS'
I May 0.-I'. M. Sandersonof visiting her parents, !Mr. and Mrs T. t all., J amuitly eolicit the support of th. I i
I P .IVs litarlinM', of Jlltk.onvlll.: vl.lt.I C. Futch. Mrs. I" Varnlmh. oun at tree eoauioc primary. MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD Dlst. No.2
.d relatives hero Saturday and Hunday. Hunt City, was" a business visito Campbell was oil0. __ ___ A. B. ALVAREZ._ I hereby announce aa A candidate for
,I here several formerly known as Miss Emma Futch. member of the HChool board from District No
days last woek.II. I "Savm ,,,. Sur/ac. and FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT J. and promise a faithful performance a'
I'. O'uiney motored She was once a teacher in the schools I hereby announce myself a candidate for the dull.* of the office, if elected., I sotici
Mr. mid Mrs. W. C. Woolen and to Hampton of Bradford j You Save All" re-election to the oific of Clerk oth.. Circuit the support of the voter. at the priroarj
t children/ motored to Kingsley 'lake Wttdnoday. county and has many curt of Bradford county, subject to the ,, June 3rd. G. M. INMAN.
friends here who meti'Mi_ of the voters sit the I
are glad Comm( oit..rY. '"
to
her.
Sunday afternoon. MlmtPi Lottie and Ruby Gainey who Mrs. ten "Everything June 3,... I appreciate, the dutie, or 'tni important 1 MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD Dial No.3
f Florida Geiger, of Waldo office, but feel I
attended that 1 hereby
have been am gualifltid announce myself a candidate for
Mr. I* A. More and children visited attending school in Starke, church services here last Building and Repairing"coo. to duchartft them. Having icrved, th. pub member of the school board, diatrut No. a
: relatives in Hanfurd !Uundity.: returned homo \Vednuiiday. Sun- lic before the voter. are well' able to judge If nom.natrd and elected I prom. faithful
accompanied day. a* U> my fltnea* for the all...* and if they d<.charu. of th. duties of the offl_ (o the
CrinrU'M llohanna spent Sunday: In by their grandmother, Mrs. II Mrs. chooee to elect me I promise faithful,, and host of my abllltv I solicit the vote of ....,
Jucksonvillo.Kev. Gainey.Mr. D. L Bugg and son, D. L,. Jr., Consumers wfTicient ....I... Your support U respectful. Oemoer.t In the primary to b.. h.ld June SH
: of Jacksonville LumberCompany 'ly tollcited. G. W. ALDfcKMAN: Respectfully.
r are guests of :Mrs. I, L J. WTNN
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i i Jonas of Jacksonville. supplied and' Mrs. Caleb Mott, of Hague, Bugg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I.. L SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I hereby t'nnounc. that 1 am a eandldati
; the pulpit, at the Baptist church Sun- wero visitors hero lust week. Bugg this week. "I I hereby announce myself a candidate for for member of the school board District No.
re-election to the office, of county uperinten J. I.... raised on
a Ian
at Graham
.li y. Uidu MaD Mutt Is Sheriff: k d*>nt ut school of Bradford: county subject hav. taught and
I visiting relatives Epperson of Starke, was STARKE I to .chool for flv. y.ara. I .ID
Mr. and Mr James FLOR/DA. the primary on June Sid 1 promise. If nommated famll'.r with all the affaln
*. Shnpurd and In Hague thl week. attending to official I and ol achool work
business hi'it-, elected to perform the dulls of I solicit the vote of Democrat .
iluuulitem.. Mine. Cleo and Lena Ilclle, this i the office to the bet of my ability. 1 solicit every thprimary
ta b.
) Mr. and, Mrs. L. II.( t'utch of La week. I I i the vote of held June 8rd. 1 promise
vry voter In the
w- "I county. Repectfully faithful discharge. of the duties
of
lb.
uf Kturke visitors nera '
were un< ubroitied o@tee
jayuftrrtiuon toy, spent Sunday hero with relatives. ._ IL B. WIGGING.S If elected Respectfully submitted.--
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Knight Is spending. this .
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i I r II. M. J Howling, of Sturke wee In week In Lacrosse with relatives -

town Saturday. J. M. rf
Moody and Bon, 1'ercy, of LaCrosse -
\ item I'ndgett, of Anthony, visited were visitors hero Wednesday

.; I his parent, Mr. and Mrs. M' I'adgett, morning enrouu to ThereHxa
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Saturday. Truby Ha/vn, of Lacrosse, is guest
I Enoch: (lrll1\\.., .1. II. and J. T. Moore, of relatives hero this week. 1

\ ; A. M. )lilanchard Julius Dingle Mar, I II Mr.\ Jilugh( was u visitor tu (iuincs- POLITICS

I ]:. J..nnd U. W. Roberts were among villo Wvilnosduy.Ur. .

those from Lawtey who went to rr": ,. Iliirgs, of Sturke, was aproftMuionitf .

I' I Starko tn hour \V. J. BrYlln.I' visitor here Saturday

Rev Wrancher IHIod! his Mr.\
regular appointment Sdirurk, of (;'llnoavlllo'l was
a.
S i I I ut the Lnwtey M. 13. business visitor here Thursday.. .

I: ', I \. church, South, lent Sunday. II. 1'. iainuy und Mr. Hough were We are not in POLITICS but we are for good sound COMMON SENSE.

Julius llunlcu: returned to his work bintinesit visitor to Dunnellon

I with then A. C'. L. rnllrond at Sanford Mrs. II.( iuiiioy is Friday. I Don't let FRIENDSHIP or SENTIMENT
on the nick list' cause you to vote for
"this work, having bean home for the this week.Mm. I'I a man, and

I pint .three weeks helping gather his I'. M. Uurvfoot, of SUrke, win / foist on the public some man not fit for the place but vote for the

atnwllflrry %rnp. a business visitor man
/ here

Colon Miller carne homo from Jacksonville and' while hare was guest of Wodnomluy her sinter, I I who is best fitted for the position he seeks. In our own business know

II and spent Sunday with his 1\1\ rll. R. T. Ontcvn. we
that
"'mlly.t !Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas and to get business we must SERVE the people and that interests

!Mr. and Mrs. Khdtla AI. our are
t its and Sturke Attended church at New !
Hop mutual.
children, of IIawhorne( visited 1 Mrs. Saturday und' Sunday. The splendid business we are having speaks well to show that

AiUlison's l'Art'lltli.Ir.! and :Mrs. WU Mrs. ":. J. Lewis spent the

f. Hum Tliornti' here Sumly. tho Pino Hill suction Friday day In we not only have what the people want and need but that

Mrs. It. L, Hannah our prices
of Jacksonville, A. A. llajcn wits are
attending to business
was the guest this brat of tho week in Stiirke Saturday.. right. Another car of hay in this week. Car bean hampers in this

J of Mr. and fir,.. Ilvnjumln Hinson. I* O. Ilium, of the U. of F. Car week.

I Jumes Starling, of Jacksonville the week-end here with homo-folks., spent I berry cups now due. Plenty of fertilizer in all grades. Seed

vUitod. 1 relatives here .Sunday. Mr. and Mrs J. J. corn
Morgan ,
attended and
This week will probably t by the last church at New Hope( Saturday. peas chufas. Complete stock clean fresh Groceries. Fresh

of the shipping to the Northern Minus I.on-iic! and Ella vegeta-
Mao JIasen bles and fruits.
Harness
markets In the refrigerator and and Hardware. The
ear, but Truby llaion motored) to Gainesville place to get what
local market will be well supplied Kuturilnv. you n ed.HULL'S .

1. for the neat few weeefcs. Three curs Rex Woods, of Stark,. was a visitor

were) lonui-ii .noniiay ami one 'luonitny. hero Saturday and attended

The prices ranged from 20 to SRcents church at IVduu. while here.

tr per quart In Now York !Monday Miss Clara Cone tho
spent
day 'In STORE
i with good pnwipocta for tho balance Lacrosse Saturday,
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of this week Miss 1 Kunlo I Haxen( Is visiting

11. R. Sapp ill rtou ly-1tl, having friend and relatives at Island Grove

been confined to his room for the past and Santos this week.

. i two weeks.! Miss Iris Godwin Is spending/ She .

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