Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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established__1879. Sabseri un-I-er Year $1.50; Six Months "oc.: -Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews
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artin'"s .LeadRAILROAD 0,000

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Tax Bill Put Before President

Catts in Second Place: For Final Action




Forecast on lla..is Demands\ .. IhntConitreiM Ky
,.1 I Hasten Artlon on .\1 a ttt>r. !
I 1 \Vaithingtoii, Muy :M -The tax reduction 4
bill wu put up to President
RUNS THIRD IN RACE; I Coolidge tot final enactment into taw

,today, by congress. Like the senate,
I the house by an overwhelming inn-
V ;'.tority approved the conlorencioni.
V 'promise un the main provisions' The
LIKELY DECIDE MACE vote was ::1711! to 0.I .
!I An curly decision! by the president
I wax forecast by those close to him 'on
the basis. of his. Insistent domuinl
More interest was manifested in | The number of votes cast in the I I that congress hasten action on tux '
Tuesday's election than in years, state-wide Democratic primary Tues- I reduction. I
v Starke and the outlying precincts day probably will reach more than I Mr. Coolidge had l asked iMingresf. t ati
showing a lively interest in its two 125,000 twenty-five or thirty thousand for the bill proponed by Secretary
home candidates, R. A. Green for representative '! more than ever before polled in : Mellon, turned down almost imR1CU'1
:1 in congress and E. S. {I Florida, according to returns tabulated ntely in the framing of tho pending
U.1 A. GUKF.NRepresents :
} Matthews for railroad commissioner. early today.With five counties still State Railroad Commissioner 'measure, but has let it bo known he I
ti\ In
Reports from the district and state ,I to be heard from the total of fifty- -- ---- will consider the hitter____on on___ _Its__ merits.UK CongressSucond
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show that both are winners, Mr. eight counties, based on complete and the lower house of congress compared with the present. law. In'' .
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Green carrying every county in the incomplete unofficial figures had Eugene S. Matthews of SUtrko hada "fk t' thus connection Secretory Mellon COUNCIL W; 11.1. PROCEED ON
second congressional district and Mr. 1 reached 117,300. The previous record substantial' lead over A. B. Carter ,; ,;:: '' 1 rated today hu considered thu Indi.j BRICK RAILWAY CROSSINGSllond ): ;
Matthews' majorities indicating that was in the gubernatorial race four of Jacksonville for the state railroad "i <, ,. :\ thy whole UN an improvement
he will lead by at least three to one years ago, which was around 100,000.A commission, according to the scattered f U m I ", (Ju present! law. I Trustees to Install Electric
over the entire state. ** decision as to the result of the veto} received on that race. W. S- :; '.j j) "' "" Within n few minutes after the Siren "'IreInrn'Ta...... Kiend: (

In the governor's race Catts ran ;gubernatorial race, however, was Cawthon ,Auto Superintendent of <.... ..,_- .' ,, ,' ." "' -, ini-aiiiru liiul l reached the White (loused I ed. ,
Martin a close second, Cutts receiving still lacking.! Of the total number Instuction, who aspires to another was. sent to the treasury secretary The City Council met In regular
370 votes, Martin 37:+. Jennings took Martin was credits:! with 42,828, another term in that position, also l I| JOHN W. :MARTINdoverniir I, for study. Mr. Mellon expected to session June :3, 1921:! I, with "Till numbers -
third place with :292:: ; Spencer 4; which gave him a lead of more than led his opponent, R. K. Riley, of I, of Florida have a report. containing his analysis I present .
Trammell! Second choice votes have '7, 088 over Sidney J. Catts, who had Zepliyrhllls! by an almost two to one -- Tl1A\hy: --1'0'1'EltsStarke I lor tho bill in the hands of the pruxl- Minutes of the Illllt meeting ware

not been added, and it is possible for ;34840. Frank E. Jennings was running margin, and, Clifford Foster, state I i -- e dent late tomorrow or Wednesday. It rend anti aP1>rove the line-up of Catta and Martin to be third with 33,431. Worth W. adjutant general, was ahead of Geo. ,J "'1a. June fl, 1921 I wan indicated! he would confine his re1 The time for paying city taxes was
reversed.The |ITrammell polled 5, 2C9 and Charles J. Garcia, of Jacksonville, for nomination I To the Voters of Bradford County: 1 port to n coinparlHon of the measure I extended to July 1U 1931.! :
race for railroad commissionerwas ;jit. Spencer 1, 011. to that office, by I wish to thank you for your confidence 'with the present law without dillnito'recommendations. i A motion wa carried to advance to
considerably one-sided, .Bradford 'I William G. McAdoo maintained a ly 3 to 2.Reports. appro1Clmate-// in me and oprecluto very much ''' the board of botul trustees a sufficient -
county going almost solid for Mr. lead of two to one over Oscar W. Un- Thursday the fact that I have been nominated | Although carrying tho Democratic I amount from the waterworksfund
Matthews with 952 votes; his oppon- ::derwood for the presidential preference sonville indicated that Martin had Increased ,without oPIo itlonl shall ever be''proposal, for reduction,! in the income : to pay for an electric siren for
ent, Mr. Carter, polling 85. vote. his lead over Catts betweenten mindful of your interests and will rates, tho bill was acclaimed today by (Ire alarm.
In the second congressional race for Returns from about half tho counties and eleven thousand. I II give you whatever Information I 'can enders of both parties In the house Tho city attorney was instructedto
congress Bradford gave Mr. Greena in the second congressional district ; I at any time yoi may call upon mo In an was done also In thu senate, all' proceed with having brick rallrtmJ _
majority of 284, tho vote being: indicated that Judge R. A. Green, Lakeland-A new $100,000 theater i reference to any county records.Yours fair and Just." crossings put In on Call street and
Clark 381; Green 605. of Starke, was running far ahead of : Is promised this city by a local prop- | truly, Chairman Green of the way and Ninth street in the town nf Starke.
For state superintendent of public Representative Frank Clark, candidate ,erty owner. The building will G. W. AI.DFRMAN. means committee read treasury figures The council took up und passed to
Instruction, Cawthon"476; Riley 205. for nomination to succeed him have a seating capacity of abut 1,200 to show that the bill would pro- third reading an ordinance regulating -
For adjutant general, Foster 609; self. Mr. .Clark has represented his persons. It will be located. on Ken- Card of thanks from candidates vide sulllclent revenue to meet all dogs on the streets of the Town.
Garcia 159. district for more than twenty years in I tucky avenue. i will appear in our next issue. government expenses next year, including The council adjourned to Tuesday

In the race for state senator, 15th .u___ ____ the- cent of- the tionurt haw.The June 10th, 11)21.::!
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senatorial district comprising Brad- I I bill cut; taxes i by 1:22,000,000: more
ford and Union counties, Mr. Knight than proposed In tho Mellon/ plan, 21 HOUR KI.F.riKIC:. .: : SERVICE=
carried Bradford, while Mr. Barnes I Mr.! Croon addud.I I .
carried Union. The vote stood for The Hole Durn Deestrict is Greens ]I I The treasury department previous- Hlnrke Thur"daftl'rn..un In Pity UUNM-for Shut ConnceIlona. Down-
Bradford: Knight 631; Barnes 391.! fly i hail) announced objections. to the '
Union : Knight 383; Barnes 416. Total publicity provision and increase! provided I N.Starke e
vote cast for both counties: Knight In tho estate tax rates.I now has 21-hour electric
1011; Barnes 836, giving Mr Knight -- I! Republicans/ an well an Democrat service, this service starting last
a majority of 178. : -- s -== I defended In tho l brief debate In thu Tuesday and will bo continuous ex-,;
The sheriff's race was a three-cor- house today the publicity proposal, jcept whun repairs or connection are
nered affair, with the present sheriff, t declaring no harm would' result while to bo made, in which, case the current
Mr. EppersorCin; the lead, each district r \ 7k'fI a lot of good might! be accomplished: will be shut otr for the time neededon
u giving a majority to Mr. Epperson. ar if the amount of taxes paid. were Thursday afternoons..
The vote stood. Alvarez 20J I; made public. I I The power users of Starke are preparing -
Edwards 218; Epperson 015.tit The provisions further permit curtain to Install motors in pine of
J tit For county assessor, Ilazen 417. + )PA t congressional/ ro.muitto.fx! to In- th. power now used.! Electric motors
Wainwright 67';. .spoct all tax returns. are convvnlentt, dependable and Inex-
For tax collector, Dowling 401; ...+.- I I The senate by a DomorrntU- pensive and are used wherever current
Hayes 690.County $ = .- publican Insurgent coalition voter that Is available In preference to
commissioner for Lawtey n4 -- | amended. the bill to make ujl,' returns other power. Housewives will find
district ((1), Kill 81; Perkins '79. < .pen to Inspection by thu public Thu scores of useful electric appliances
County commissioner; for Starke % Increase la estate tax rat> *, making )> that will cut down the drudgery of
district ((3): ), Prevatt; 85 Underbill Ia I | the maximum 40 per cent instead of''I' lime) homo, Riving efficient and economicul -
156. 25 per cent ai In the present law, applica service.
County commissioner for District 5, I l/'plQ/ tie on amounts of 10,000 and At the rate for current now in
Andrews 127; Surrency 61. r over, was originally voted by the I effect ,the coat of operottlng motors
School board District 3, Wasdin | house. and other electric appliances will be
210; Wynn 62. ;i Despite his objections to some of found to be small compared to the
Bond trustee! District E, Gainey 82; i ithn provisIon. In the measure, Sccrui service received.. >
Weeks'09. i tary Mellon has Informed his advisers Every: home In the city shoulj patronize -
The county canvassing board will that there are many good provision the municipal light and water
meet during this week to canvass the in the bill which must be given due plant.
vote of the county. The TelegraphIn I M consideration In any comment the
its next l Issue will carry the result treasury may give the president. DBATIf OF TAP TILLIS
of this canvass in tabular form, showing ( iL :! "
.i 1Ij,;, FLAfMAN; AT CALL stKEfCT: :: The many friends of Tap TI11U
of the
how each district county
V ,CROSSINGThe were grieved to learn of hU death
voted. This table will carry the second which
occurred Friday May 23 at 1:25in :
choice votes, but will not affect the Seaboard has erected a watch- the morning at his home n' Mudella
the totals given above except in the man' shanty near the Call street nera Lakeland, at the age of 69: year
governor's race and for sheriff.: Q !crossing and I hom Reddish In on Ifs had made Lakeland his home for
UNION COUNTY OFFICIALS y Ti duty at this busy spot. On account of I the past. four years during which time
the heavily loaded freights the Seaboard I he had made many friends there who
Reports$ from Lake Butler\ indicate Is handling over this line, It hi,,' ', mourn his untimely death.
that the following citizens of Union hewn hard for the trains to get under !, Mr. Till In leaves many relative to
county were chosen in Tuesday's primary way after coming to a stop at this mourn hid death, among them being '
1 : crossing on account of the grade. The three children one son and two daughters -
Representative Chae.-II. Register. crossing Is a dangerous one and tho one sister and two half-brothers
.1 Tax assessor, Jesse Johnson. town ordinance required the slowing. I land sisters..
Tax Collector, G. C. Dri gen. down and sending a member of the I I Funeral services were held Saturday
Superintendent of schools, S. T. '. crew ahead of the train. By placing I, morning at Iff o'clock at the
Thomal.t a man on duty here to flag the eros- !' Mudella cemetery where Interment
; ,- County judge, A. C. Strickland. .- -_ Ing trains will proceed under control]was mad Rev, Steve McClelland officiating.
t Sheriff, W. S. Brannen, Jr. through the town. 1 .




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FRIDAY, JUNE 0,1924.
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I Geo. C. White, venerable citizen'
of Live Oak, U visiting his ion, J. W.
[: :: TO-DAY I i White, of this city.

L. M. Stokes, of Blair, was trans
i. acting business In Starke Wendesday.D. 3j
J. Shaw began a private school ?
Ye ndl' City of Starke at Hampton Monday.L. .
C. Powell fop 4 /rit rMl', W -;
departed Tuesday 1 .tp ri
It Vo in th-i'h; :;; of November18x1 his home in Maiden Branch Ga., after ,,
(thirty yearn ago,) that tho first :'spending/ a week here looking -alter .
train on what is now the Ha. R. W. 'his interests hero.
&I,, Go's line, rolled into Starke, orn'OfO I B. J. Sapp of New River, was In
correctly! where Starke now IB, tuwn Thursday. He sustained a very
tat 4t that time this was a wilder- ;painful injury to his right hand Wednesday
net)?, a vast/ and unbroken Jnno forest, while working with a plow.
where the Deer, Bear, Wild Cat and Starke Lodge No. 34, K. of P., elected
th<, fctoathy Panther roamed at their'I the following officers Thursday .
OW0( free will. There was not a single evening: Chancellor Commander E.
house worthy the name in what is,I S. Matthews; Vice Chancellor, A. V.
the corporate limits, only a few y I ?, trl H
now I Long; I'relate, N. T. Ritch; Master- 1'
little shanties occupied by R. R.haIJI' .' at-Arms, E. J. McLeod, Master of
'). work, T. P. Wall.
About this time Geo. W. Cole preempted ye t' I
forty ncrut, which: now constitutes TEN YEARS AGO L' ,
the business portion of our
The following business houses will \
little city and laid It out as we now, each Thursday afternoon dur. \ fr.
have it, into the semblance of atown ling I June, July and August: J. R. \.4I .
with brood streets and' avenues Dover, F. F. Stump, N. Sternberg,
Starke received its name from Starke I'B. 1l. Witkovski, N. B. Hull, A. A.
Ferry, one of Florida's ante bellum I'' Wainwright, B. W. Hodges, Bank of
governors, his mother belonging to ,Starke, W. S. Graham, Bradford
the Stufke family of S. C., a brother- 'Cunty Bank, J. M. Alvarez, Lane's,
b-law of Gov. Perry's. Col Starke 'I A. M. Darby, D. C. Jones, J. S. Brown,
nettled in Marion county, which our J. W. White & Son, Johns Furniture
ncilfhhorlng city Waldo was named'I Co., J. F. Klckliter, J. W. Morgan.Mr. : .
for \\r. WiilJo, who married a Starke'II
Krrol Alvarez and Miss Co-
Sift and l also settled in Marion county rinne Johns were united in marriage S
r The first building erected, in the Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.On .

town of Starke double was log a house largo, and built commodious by the University the commencement! of Florida calandar, we note of One for all.-All for one

t our genial and pleasant fellow-citizen, the name of J. C. Poppell, of this city.
k Wiyi. Edwards Sen., who in co-part-
Dry A. II. Freeman has purchaseda
ticr'hlp! with John Brown, (father of Ford automobile.
:Mil Ions, etc) erected said house on fI t
'I M.V.I.ee of
Clay county brought

the|. lot John now Hodges occupied, about by this<;01.time Darby.Col. be-1. I Ito i i son town Saturday.the first poaches of tho sea- A community or town can no more afford to,be divided against itself

;'. now gad( the house erection, and Richard of what&is Pate now who the ,I I House are In demand in Starke ,than can a family. Starke is really one big family-.-as is every town and

by the way constitute about the old- I nowWhile Messrs A, II. Johns and F. P. of its size. Are divided ourselves? The
est co-purtniji-Hhlp in the State. ((33 'Shaffer were fishing in Rowell lake community regardless we against

i years) began the building of the first Thursday, a trout, wciging 8 pound.- be answered individu-
business house, where their large I and 13 ounces, jumped into the boat, question cannot be answered collectively. It must
arid\,' handsome brick block now stands striking Mr. Johns In the back.
ally---and there is better time to than TODAY.
;a The little building in which Mr.Roford Ii. C. Waters was a business visitor no answer I
Alarez now has his beef market -
to Jacksonville Monday.
(!;, was the first frame building in

now the) pluvo occupied a/id by was Mr.erected Cole, as on a the board-lot ZIFF =Let us face the facts. Let each of us check up on our own short-
afterwards movedto ZilT May 23.-Mr. Cigar Berry of
) lif)|"Us house.present site.was Graham here Friday.was looking. after business comings and each decide to never again, by word or act, be guilty of dis- -,

The next dwelling was erected by
I ,
John Brown, where Col. Peek now Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Denlson and loyalty to our town or an unconscious traitor to our own best interests.
J 4 little sons, Warren, Perymond, and)
litre. In, fact the Col. lives in the
J. M. Jr. of Midway spent the week-
same building which has been !'CnueI -
end here with their Mr. and
> since its parents
voted and otherwise improved

I first Starke construction.remained the terminus of Mrs Mr.J.S.W.V.Lewis Andrew., ofBrooker was Perhaps there are those of us who do not fully realize how our seem-

i the Connecting R. K. about it with one year.Gainesville A stage, Ocala line here Mr.Friday and Mrs.on Business.J. B. Thomas spent ing little acts are a violation of loyalty,-.-and finally a direct blow against

and other points! South. This line was daughter Sunday at, Mrs.Pine Hill the $guest of their our personal interests. Let us illustrate
Henry Shaw.
OvfheJ and controlled by a
j Nibble. Wm. Edwards, Sen., boarded Mr. and Mrs Ervin Dyal, of
Graham spent the week-end herevlsit-
the men employed in the erection of

the first hotel, which was a very large ing Miss relatives Mary( and Thomas friends.has returned A big majority of us are property owners. We worked, earned and
double log house, occupying the spotcovered ; .
flOW. by the Commercial 110t"l. with home friends after spending and relatives a few at LaCross.D. weeks. saved to invest here. When we bought we naturally hoped our investment

Mr. Geo. K.: Pace, of ye ancient city, with. friends D. Thomas here.spent Sunday with would be a paying one. .
f\fttl\ of U. & P. erected on the lot
I i IIOW occupied by tho large and, comnmdious Mr J. W. Lewis was a visitor to *
t Cooler Pond
Friday afternoon.
brick building known as The
Kentucky House, a dwelling which nt I W'e are sorry to( hear of the illness Whether investments'
, that| time Was considered an iitiprov- j of Uncle Bud Parker. Hope he will our paying ones depends absolutely:and en-

$ 'lit structure. Col. lodges about the)I) soon recover. tirely upon every one of us. '
Mr. E. J. Lewis
f 'i. 'IUlle time built the dwelling house' was visiting friends
I how owned and occupied by S. F. here Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
Gardiner; and family, although this I Jim Groover of Summer spent i

t' U'osod'handing and wan enlarged soon and afterwards' occupied pur-fore I the Messrs week-end Fred with Green home and folks.little sla There is no selfish motive in the aim. If we make Starke a better

number of years by Capt. UlchanJiTd ters of Pine Hill W "-P visiting; friend town---and a more town which through industrial and
family., Where J. G. Alvarez store I Sunday and while here attended Sun- prosperous com-

1oUSInow stand was n dwellinghouse day school at De-dun. mercial needs will attract new people then all will the
reap new
A ,
] put up by Leaston Wynn I Sam Parker and Frank Lawson of ,
\\fl 185s.! Dr. Wm. Hollmgworth! erected .1 LaCross well of who built
r I were greeting friends here comers as as we our loyal family it up.
p a dwelling on the opposite corner, Sunday afternoon.
the> block now known as Gasklrti'
brick block. There are some very interesting -

of Starke incidents connected in the with early building history fI': The method of achieving this is a simple one. All we have to do ''is '
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of which I have not apace toN '' 'II 1J throw all of our resources into home affairs. These include
peak nt present. About the same \: : I'I'009 resources allof
time (58)( ) Allen Geiger, built a store and .. and
I buying selling- pleasures
amusements well
douse, where the old I Icy t store now t..J our as as needed
stands, and sold one to Mrs. Hoyt or \_ Ja ) Increased business
material things. means more in circulation.. all
Jtni. Dillon, she was at that time Mrs. Ihu crisis in utI > industry. money -
', v. J>., built the dwelling which now I l'Il' dud:n' coal, >o ',now- jj-iv. s 1 of which in is thrown right back into
,tanl\\' on this lot about 1839.: The rise to anpnlu'iis! tm of tin improvements, more
winter wits its anil the
lame year u !Mr. lU-ryham erected ciima in the m"IH.IIUPpIY. or work and better '
\ ft business house where the large gram that makes our bread wages.
I t>rlck livery stable now stands, also keeps t'e average consumer in
4 r the dwelling house now owned by a cotstai.s: state of dread .
And-It sends the price' IIky-

; Copt llurroughs.TWKNTYFOtll. Huns AGO; fn ward"wn .-every when time the life the!preserver's crisis- But the big point is to start doing it TODAY---and EVERY DAY we

out of reach, of course the
)Iusr .' C. L.-Peek, J. M. Truby, 11. sailor! drowns.Vhiie thewrerkin' I should religiously follow this policy--else we are disloyal.dividingl.ourmily
J. Farmer P. W. Snowdvn, E. E. more economic crew ).iw Johns, J.o'. P. McMurray and Noon devil tears us with his unre- .
Jones went to Sampson lake for a lentm cia"' ". I have
a Ih\ fry Wednesday night. With one watched 1 the operation throughso
many gloomy dayi, that I
haul of the seine they landed 150 tine harbor my suspicions of the
( ftah.\ feller that it |"xy.. Let Us Start Today To Make
Miss Cornelia Peek Is attending the There's a reason at the bot-
tom of each economic mess.-andwhen
n1ml'nwn1l.'nt exercises' l of the
{ a trouble's chronic, it is
I institute at Jasper. hard to cure I guess. Ain't
: There will be a political picnic at it time for changin' doctors-
New River Long bridge Friday June when the treatment seems to
< 21Jth. fail! Can snuill-po treat itself

Mr. Wm. A. Bailey and Miss Ida stale without? Well the drugs never a-growin find the' STARKE

Ililton of Sampson City, were married remedy in If-mflictcd laws
by Judge Malphrus! Thursday, ..hil. the pestilence is sprcadm'! .
S I" E. Cano%a, who is at present making under treatment by its cause!

q( i his headquarters at Jacksonville, th ol'' +
,r i Was interviewing our merchants in I
the interest of :Meinhardt & Schaul.Monday. xeasorj "A Better
) -
Mr*. J. E. Futch has returned home
from Montbrook, accompanied by her
4 I.ter, Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh.

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,.. -- ''' ..........u ____ d I In I pints Please, Good L'd, put feathers on mo.
Newt of Florida in Short 'Cause I been braiftfln' for seven
Paragraphs JGWaN-E i KEEP BOWELS OPEN !Mr. tens Jam

...-.*.........................;,........-..fl7 Y'i.,.Fr11MWT.............-..." /H'>! History states a certain fact. month now
Vhlch upsets mo and my little act 'Bout our family. tree and my own
Live State
News If you kft p. the boffin drone t nly> birds and monkeys livo in trees, bow.
:: tholr part, tI.. burly ininoun, will ..
__ ....____ not harm yon. I .
For con.tipallon. ImtiiffMtion
Told by Our Exchanges. I N ... ltvt>r unit kidney I cmDCDl IIIQlQ1lDcnll1Q1CJfQCIJJQ1I11Q1mallllJllnmmcmDQlGlm( !
compt.int.. or b.'kR..h.*. takeDR. I

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I I -II. J. Tice of :New Say "Bayer Aspirin"' AND KIDNEY PILLSA I aI1mID"I

New dead Know
Jersey dropped natural remoily. that ilo*>. not Didn't
post office here while writing INSIST: Unless you see the arlpo, nfrkin ur allvate.

to a sAi in New Brunswick. 1 At Your Drutllst'iPRICE
'Bi\er. ( .KINon) tablets you
\ said tho man, was about 23o
old, had suffered a stroke of are not )setting: the genuine I Full Direction on Every Pnflmir) You Could

1 )' and that his tread had been I O.iwi: .\,piim proved safe: by J

when it struck the floor. Tho millions .ind prescribed by phy- ;-
\\battlefields' in and around l''ivd-

I ) was only about half complete. .iki.inS tar 24 y ).lrs. n 1 U'KilnirK! and Spottsylvaniii Court Do That!"

'Ii 1 ...-Edwin II. Vrieze Jr., Acc.pt: oily :;.1Oaver House. Vn., to determine the feasibility -
,.. of preserving and marking them
been awarded a gold medal act knpo(
the life of Nellie Freeman Lf1" for historical purposes and 1 professional -

I he rescued from drawing at military study. tLblafijdetosn
I whit:hconleins proven: directions
j I Beach last June 10. Vrleze is. a ILud"fayrr" boxes of 12 tablets ACiKlCULTUK.Vl.; IS I u
of tho graduating class of \ln, I IJtth'eo, ( ll mill Iflll-UnlJCMlah
High School this year and A.|.irin I IK t.iu trniti' murk of n.n>r klstruraeturs I
| i>\lmmnc...l.'ui-l'li-urr ofI II.UcElte.chlI
\ the "meritorious service"! Washington, May 28.-The senate

ho was given the second I today pnsssod the annual agricultural i
day by W. J. Melvin manager of thebusiness
I prize of $2;) while serving ,' here of the Southern Enterprises appropriation bill carrying a total of

volunteer lifesaver. i 1 I' lessees of all the local iO,000,000.<;
theaters. Several items cut by the house I
Contract has been I
budget' estimates were restored to the
for construction of nearly ,
Key West-Tho $300,000 issue of level by the senate.! The appropriationfor '
of seawall beginning on a line I
? bonds .voted last fall for the Overseas cattle and sheep quarantine wan
Manatee avenue and running in I
direction for approxi highway from Key West to the mainland increased $25,000, for meat inspection This exclamation is often heard afterour
of ..Florida has been validated I land *:!r,000, for investigation of treo
6,000 feet. It will average 250 representative has shown a typist
shipped, to the buyers Caldwell diseases $12.000:! and for tho forest

i I the present- shore Beach line road.along In & Company, of Memphis and, the service on a whole, $55,000.! how to accomplish some desired resulton

proceeds from the bonds are expected
locality private capital Is :'titJItSESlU' DISMISSED
: :
to be received the
latter part of tho
the construction of five miles week. With the money in hand and FOIL IIOIIHINC:< TKKSSESHattiesburir : L. C. Smith & Bros.
streets ten miles of curb- TypewriterThere
opening of kids scheduled for next iii fsa. 29\ SevenHtiiilent.1 ,
ten miles of sidewalks.! I May -
Thursday work of constructing: linksin the South '
I! at Mississippi
about this
| -Several men are already the mainland highway is expected Infirmary, a state institution here, are so many things

t and warrants are out for tube under way within a short while. walked into a barber shop a few days machine that add to the quality and

." I others charged with smuggling The first projei ts in thu \program ago, climbed into chairs and ordered quantity of work of an operator that we

,: into this country. Four are are bridges and roads from Stock the snappiest and montbernminif haircuts -
have been members of the Island to Saddle Bunches and the the place afforded., Today they want to tell you about them. Ask for '

of the cabin launch Peccavi causeway and bridge front Key Lar- were dismissed for having bobbed the illustrated chart-folder. No. 601, or

it is charged brought the go to the mainland. their tresses. | for the booklet "The Greyhound of the
into this country. Ten aliens
captured aboard the vessel a I Tumpa-Henry Ward 40, town "i um>V s rfifL.os I Office."
marshal and deputy sheriff of Wildwood '
ago when it tied up at the "First come, first served" In a very

I Laurel street, West Tampa. Marion County is dead froma good motto, but I wouldn't want to i:
I negro desperado's bullet and he rend it in a cannibal' ramp," j L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.

After; an exciting shot to death by a posse when he

over 22 miles at dawn this barricaded himself and defied pursuit Disturbed Schedule j Executive Office : : SYRACUSE N. Y. M

immigration and customs after killing the officers. The shooting larte Father: "I just kicked that

of Jacksonville captured fif 'occurred at Wildwood. Ward was young man who has been calling; hero, 120 \Vest Adams Street Jacksonville, Florida

: aliens and two white men, 'killed after he removed the negro Into the middle of next week. I .

of being the captain and from a train. The negro drew a pistol Daughter: "Oh how cureless of you, :

\ 1 of a two-masted schooner and shot the officer in the side, death father; wo had arranged to bo married I lmmmJJmnmsmCDm.lllmtDaJCllIIIlDIDII1CKJ)11)ID) ) ( OcOslOmID@mNtOlllaf&8aoaaIDmmmtpIDNtI !

'J. brought them into port at St. being instantaneous. Tho negro then on Monday. : : -

), I some time last night near ran and was pursued by a quickly Tale of a-City I

\ Fin., about 20 miles from this formed posse. lie refuge in a
The Devil was walking down the |
1 r to officials at the immi- house a short distance from the de-
Great White Way in New York one
1 office. pot, where the killing occurcrl.I balmy May evening and lathe traffic ffi\ :"l1:'" 0 IN! tu !HI ill:
I When ordered to surrender he llretl
-The potato season in 'I jams of taxis forgot to watch Ida ITDe
on the posse, n fullisade of bullets
has come practically to I tall so interested was ho in the
being that body's answer.
l' with a yield estimated at cutlos. A big Kolls-Routth auto came

: 27 barrels to the acre. Ap- St.: I'etersbu--T"wo;: men were ,I along and cut'off his tall.

I 1 2800 carloads have been killed anti two boats valued at $20-: I His Satanic Majesty was very much

'1 so! far and it is estimated 000 were destroyed at Tarpon Springs : pained-in fact he lost much blood-

II"n I I around 200 more cars will ho when a 1,000Callon/ gasoline tank exploded and was very weak. A thoughtful

: for the rest of tho crop. while being filled. The two I bystander suggested he be carr'le.1Into I 1iBruck.

i represents a gainof nearly 600 men, Michael 1 Konstantino, owner of a nearby drug store, and) It win

above last year's crop, due to the boat Efllciii and Alexander Kila- done Whereupon Uncle Sam's prohi-

acreage planted. It I it said retos, engaged in filling the tank bition Kent swept down upon the

: the prices have not been quite i were blown into the air when tho place and pinches the whole kaboodle.

this season as for tank exploded. Konstantino struck the The charge Will "Ile! lulling weak AltI has hold first

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pier and fell Into the water while his

I l companion was blown against the at the National
i Palm Beach-It is not Im- I
bon < mast crushing in his ribs.
I II Automobile Show
tthat Lake Okeechobee will Calomel Good Al 4it i
I Konstantine who was taken from the
six consecutive
the water reservoir for south I tor
I :water was found to have bothtlt'K"
Florida cities, according to I years an
broken und other
expressed by W. A. Dutch, 'of the explosion Injuries.shattered windows I but Next Dose Ilpt honor awardedto

of the city water commission of theimmufao
I within a radius of ten blocks, and .a'''
Palm Beach. He said he expect- turer member
boat alongside the Efficia was sunk. SalivateIt
: state board of health would may ot thcN-ACcwith

an exhaustive report of its I St. Petersburg-An old Indian CJlwLAROESTVOL1.IME

as to suitability of the lake canoe or dugout which is very old
for purposes required in the 'and probably was used by Seminole Is Mercury Quicksilver, OFBUSINESS

| in this section and that this : Indians long before the white men Shocks Liver and Attacks

be invaluable data in putting i came to this section, was found in Your Bones

through. Cresent lake Wednesday afternoon by

--- ,workmen who wore taking water Calomel mili\Hlion la horrible. It cJou..111,4..11J.1tefJ +
The court
I supreme ,hyacinths from tho lake. The canoe m swells| tint 1 loiiiie| loom-in) the teeth and irehMruliird l Equipment
afternoon reversed the about' atari rhvNiiiatmin Tin-re's. no reason on.tllliutck.Motk.ULAKE ( !
eighteen feet long and
of circuit court for Columbia is on why a person nhould take iilokrning, salivating .
in case of T. W. I11 inbothI t'good condition. It was made tr'lJUIlO ralnmel when a few cents boa,. alarlf"
large log which was hollowed out (Kittle of Dodmiii' I.lver T'nuiapertret
I in error against State smoothly and was finished well on milwtitute fur ,'.Iom", It t* a
defendant in error for pleuxant vegetable liquid' which will '
the outside. In the
stern is akeel. In
in granting change of venue start liver just an surely a*
I leach
end of the canoe is an oarlock cal.."",'lUlU l it doesn't make you auk
Dixie county: on motion of state
;The Seminoles propelled their canoes and ran not null fateCuloinel .
objection of defendant without m a ,ilangerou' drug breleli't" / | I
by sculling them with in the
made actual test to decide an oar it may make you' fi.-el' weak sick and
stern. There is no possible to CITY BUICK COMPANYJ
was practically impossible to I way nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose a 'lily' ,
determine the age of the canoe that work. Take. a npnnnfiil, of thulium' M. Smith, Manager.
an impartial jury in Dixie Liver Tone instead and will wnk ,
you up
removed from the
water Wednusiwy. Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties
The opinion is by Judge feeling great. No .alte nrroenary Your | ,
If don't And H."I.! ....'.. _. ._ _.
Judgeest dissenting. lriiigiit' nay yf u i ------ ---------- ---
n.OIUD.'OUEST HILL1'ASSEII Liver Tone act hetter. than trr "li"rou* {I When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them
Petersburg-Two St. Petersburg> calomel your moni-y, 11 wailing for you .
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are to close for the present
Wa.hlnJetonA bill authorizing
Saturday night. They are thu
creation of a national forest on certain
and the Grand and the latter

never be opened again as forest lands In Florida to be ceded to

of the property on which I'the national government was passed i I :PA-DJUO H.lNTSO'W I

is located plan to convert last night by the senate.

the store adjoining into an ar Another measure approved privided -
a.Yt U better detector impswd un It, not having a
The lease held by Southern En- for the inspection of the Civil A crystal a
to a"elat It. Abort
than a tube. That Is why crystal local battery
.' on the Grand theater Is tl)
100 fat U bent.
detector are wail! in moat reflex TOUToniMCtlon w
June 1 and the lease will
J' A TONIC eats and hi many other radio fro-
renewed. It was stated Thur fluency Mte. A tube la valuable because A on-tab! e regenerating Mt will voltage of
drove) Tasteless chili Tonic ri-:tr* yon get raKenwratton and l brtatf II) all the itetioiw that aUU'abe will give a
FBETEJJTS IXFECT1OV Cnr-rgy: and Vitality by Purifying .mil. amplification at the name time you set will, the only aUantatre 4V. volt and the amperage| of one

I Enriching the) DI<""L When you 'Mil us get l.r of a thr"e-tol<- not bung( that lei), while the parallel connectionadti
ffrcatcst discovery in flesh healing strengthening Invigorating effect ..- bow signal. bat the tube In 'beaten by the It will operate it loud lI ..aker. An "'l I.. the will tlll retain the
marvelous Koroxonr, a preparation I> crystal when It omn M to quality. audio frviUMiry amplifier merely 4V* volts| hut will raise the amperage -
in liquid and powder form. Jt brings color to the cheek unit how I araplffl the signal aftcr'the defector eaoh sell added! to ttt

a combination treatment that not !I it Improve the appetite, you > nit hen I Keep the aohitlon of your storage has made ft aadibU.Thrw .
punfip. the wound of germs that :t i appreciate Its true tonic value. battery at a )level of '/i Inch above Don't let your eel IItJ'lltal. UN
infection but it heals the Iran with will hare to ba shield back of the !!-,"-
Hal wounds 'I j Grove's TaateleM chill Tonic l I" simply I the plataa. otherwise the plate wfll fry a copper
take or I Iron and Quinine suspended la So orrod* and buckle ruining the el lJ.I' wired in errlmi for use with theUV1D0 denser to the rround po t. Th..hle1tl .
week to heal with the syrup| I and C-gOe tubes and tfmore should pot toacn: tee con-
liniments mend under pleasant children like it. The M
quickly even < Ane An aerial for a crystal set should ..!>. are added they wilt haveto denser shaft should be square In
infliicnm of this wonderful d. QUININE: to Purify It and IkON to l I' be made long .. the crystal baa no I M to parallel to the fleet shape, with an arm .leaning; to theground
60o and 11.20.
:,. 80o and 60c. )Sold 1 by '\ ClIp Enrich: : It Destroys by its Malarial tenon antI bnpUjCrtog power and only pick Bp 1h..e. wire the On sues UM serfs aDd shellac U the p..
I germs Streagtbeoiat, Invfga* t
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McLeod.. [when cake and ice cream were served. account of her mother' illness her The primary election passed very

e t Mr. II. S. Miller spent several''Among those present were Misses sister accompanied her and will be quietly Tuesday although much interest

days last week in Valdosta Georgia .' Lorene, Ella Mae, Opal and Eunice her guest for a few days. was taken in the gubernational
on business -. (j Hazen Virginia Weeks, Maud and nomination. Martin was in the lead

J. L. Brown and daughter Fayreewere Leila Mae Andrews, Florence and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard returned I with Catts a close second. In the commissioner -

rn visitors to Lake Butler Monday Stella Mae Ward, Lubcdiu Pinholater home from Jacksonville last week contest L. H. Hill won by

'! Lottie and Ruby Gainey. where she has been for the past two votes over B. Perkins.

__ __ ___ 'h. __ HIGHLAND | Messrs Lucian Hazen, Lewis Shri- month having her eyes treated.Col. Scarborough of Jacksonville

I'IloIIe.H 2U! iiml UN) ) Highland, June 6-Mrs. B/ L.: Lang ver, Wilson RUBS, Orville Ward, and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and was Jasper a visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.
--- and children Livingston Russ, Howard Dorsey,
----- left Wednesday for their ; children of Starke were guests Sun-
( :MISS MATTHEWS embroidered apron; Mr. Inman winging I home at Odessa after a pleasant visit Mrs. R. A. Weeks Mr. and Mrs. L. A. day of Mrs. M. E. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod are

HOSTESS AT liUIUUE t u pearl handled knife, the gen- with Mr. and Mrs. David Lang and Brown, Mrs. G. B. Colson and others. spending a few days this week visit-

tleman's prize. Consolation prizes family Mrs. George Ad'son entertainedher ing relatives and friends at Melrose
The Woman's club was the scene of ''were awarded to Mrs. Inman, a bathing Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lang and son HAMPTON\ "-.. Baptist Sunday School class at this week.

a beautiful bridge party Friday afternoon j I cap, and Mr. Andrews, a whisk were visitors to Lawtey Wednesday. Hampton, June 0-J. Allen and Kingsley lake Monday evening.
when Miss
broom. To Miss Mary Curtis Williams Win. Edwards of Lawtey was a -
delightfully entertained tho K. K. I (I family left last Monday for Bushnell Mrs. J. B. Kowo and daughter, J. IIEDGES
: the honoree deck of business visitor hero Wednesday.
was given a j
Klub in honor of Misses Mary Curtis ''cards. ( J. L. Winfree of Leesburg Where they will spend summer. Ruth, and Mr, and Mrs. J.V.. Barber
was < ': In a certain old book which has influenced -
a Williams and Alice Tharin. Tho sun I i I Those enjoying the party were Mr. transacting business here Wednesday. ;' Rev and Mrs."W. E. Daughtery, of were among those from Lawtey
decorated with I who went to the big rally at Mac- the world's thought more
I parlor was profusely and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs.F. Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, W. M. Wim- Starke, attended revival services at
hugo baskets of Easter lilies and pink j F. Stump, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Andrews i berly and C. R. Dinkins motored to 'the church of Christ last. Sunday clenny Saturday.A. than all other books, we read an ad-

a Radiance roses. | Jr., Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas- Jacksonville! Wednesday and attendedthe evening. M. and Robert Blanchard and monition like this: "Honor to whom

At the close of the game delicious ley, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr. graduating exercises of St. Luke's Brownie Bennett were visitors to honor is due." Therefore, premit me
of and J. M. Stone and family who have
refreshments commuting pink
and firs G. M. Inman, Misses Mary Hospital held at the Woman's Club. Hampton Sunday. space to express my appreciation for
white brick ice cream, angel food cake Curtis Williams, honoree, Aileen Al W. R. Wimberly, 11. C. Wimberly, been for several months at Arch my fellow minister, Pastor T. J.
and mints in white and pink cups were and II. C. Wimberly Jr. returned Creek are the guests of W. M. Kalch Mrs. W. II. McCromick and daughter Hedges, of the Presbyterian church.

served. Dainty little favors of miniature Wednesday from a motor trip throughthe this week. Miss Agnes, are guests this week ,I What I shall say, is the spontaneous -

old-fashioned corsages carried southern part of the State.W. II. B. Wiggins, of Starke, was a of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith. They |I suggestions of my owq heart.
out In detail the effective color scheme U. I). C. WITH( C. OF C. in Gaines-
I enroute to their home
R. Wimberly returned to his business visitor here this week. were i They are being said because they
if pink and white. MET AT WOMAN'S CLUB where Miss '
home ville from Tallahassee,
at Madison Thunday after a .crowd my heart for utterance.
High club and guest prizes were Dr. Basil Woods, of Gainesville! McCromick was attending the Wo-
two week's stay here with relatives.
The W. T. Weeks U.
D. C.
When first I met Bro.Hedges I
nets of nut dishes representing suits Sun-
who is sent out by the Baptist man's
Miss College. I
with the Davis Berth Wimberly accompanied
Ruby Chapter C. of
cards consolation was> favorably impressed. There seemed -
of the ; prizes were day School Board, is here this week,
boxes of hand-painted tally cards and 1 C., held their last meeting of the year him home for a visit.C. training a large and interested class A' son was born Juno 1st to Mr. to be a bond between us, and as the
|Iat the club house Wednesday after M.trrk: and J. M. Ball of Jacksonville I
the honor guests were presented with in the Baptist spirit. He is a noted and Mrs C. J. Hofma. weeks passed and lengthened into
noon. After each organization had were visitor. here Friday. i(months and he would
attractive sets of letter wax. singer and is also giving helpful inistructions as pass my
I finished their business session, the U. : Some visitors from Green Cove Harry Wimberly of Highland was
Fallow! the quite house and often to some
ntf bridge game a in music drills and other pause say
it number of friends were invited in for j jtea. I ID. C. served delicious sandwiches, Springs Monday were Tom Berry, W. church work. in town Monday. I kind and brotherly word, the close-
pickles, cake and ice tea. : A. Dewitt end Sheriff
David Durban and son David, Jr. ness of the bond became apparent,
Miss Matthews, assisted by her The honor guests of the afternoonwere Weeks. I Rev. Jones preached last Sunday were visitors Williston Sunday. even to our own neighbors. A few
the mothers of the C. of C's. Mr. and Mrs. J. Starling spent and Much j I
thews, gave a lovely party, and enJoy- WILKINSOX-THOMAS: the week-end here with relatives. interest sincerity was manifested at Mr. and :Mrs. Lonnie Futch were association and our lives would become -
ing her hospitality were, Misses Mary Mrs. J. E. Bennett and baby visited the morning and evening service and visitors to Hampton Sunday.Mr. inseparably and beautifully

Curtir Williams and Alice Tharin, A pretty event of Saturday after- relatives at Starke Monday and at the conclusion Christ was confessed knittted together. '
Houser of Hampton was in
t honored, Mesdames Florence Powell, noon was the marriage of Miss MariaA. ; Tuesday I and the church received an addi- Lawtey Saturday. i "The Golden Law," or Rule of
O. L. Boaslcy, E. 1.. Biggs, A. S. CrewsJ. Thomas to Mr. Alfred J. Wilkinsonof I Mrs II. C. Wimberly, Miss Wini tion as a candidate for baptism. Christ is the rule of his life as the .

L. Frazee, E. It. Neir, F. F. Stump, Palatka, Rev. L. W. Klckliter. the fred Wimberly and C. R. Dinkins i At 7:30: The Senior B. Y. P. U. Mrs. Charles Dinkins. Mrs. A. 11'1(I following illustrates. Once in conver-

G. A. Collins, G. M. Inman, N. Stern- grandfather of the bride, performing were visitors to Starke Monday. carried out a very interesting pro- Harley, A. H. Harley, Jr., Mrs. W. II. sation with me he used the term

i berg O. L. Haynes, Morris, A. W. Anderson I the impressive ceremony.! BROOKER I gram. The Subject was. "The Good Biggs and Mrs. E. B. Wells attended I"Campbellite." Next day, like the

F. L. Turner, J. C. Robinson, Only the immediate family witnessed Shepherd." The parts were read and the graduating exercises last week true Christian gentleman he is, he
t S. I.. Peek E. M. Davis J. Peek the marriage, which took place Brooker, Juno C L. R. Gainey
L. J. I on wasa (recited in a very Interesting and per- at St. Lukes Hospital in Jacksonville I I met me and apologized for it. I appreciate -
{ R W. Andrews, Jr., G. M. Sistrunk C. A. the wide porch which was a bower of business visitor to Alachua Thurs suasive manner. when Misses Eunice Dinkins and Bro. Hedges because he Is

Futch, N. D. Wainwright, Edward I graceful vines, decorated with white Mattie Harley graduated as trained free from clerical coarseness

Burns, R. J. Davis, J. C. Hoover F. I oleanders, Easter lilies and daisies. day.R. I I At 8:30: Rev. Jones the pastor addressed nurses. and petty jealousy, which too often
A. Weeks was greeting,: the voters
Hoover, L. C. Powell, J. T. Moore, R. I The bride wore a becoming gown of a large and interesting audi- characterize those
A. Weeks H. H. Young J. E. brown satin charmeuse with accessories at New River Tuesday. Mrs. Sallie Reddish returned home who claim to
Corpcn- ence. The Subject used was "Coming the '
of love
ing A. Z. Adkins, N. T. Ritch, E. K. I to match. A. J. Wasdin of Graham was attending Ito God." lie delivered his subject withso last week from Jacksonville where "Love envieth gospel not." There, which will always says,

Ferryman, J. H. Ritch, L. A. Davis, The bride< Is the daughter of Mr. to business here Wednesday.Mr. I much force and simplicity that she spent a few days with relatives. i be a warm place in my heart for T. J. 1

.. D. E. Knight, D. C. Jones, J. M. Alvarez I and Mrs. Edgar M. Thomas, and is a I even the little children listened with Mrs. W. E. Torode and Mrs. J. J. Hedges. .
Misses Mabel Edwards, Mabel handsome young lady possessing and Mrs. C. J. Crews and Miss eagerness through the whole sermon. McLeod visitors to Jacksonville '
Id Weller, Aileen Alvarez, Clara Mae many graces of mind and disposition Lobedla Pinholster were shopping in The church received three additionsat Monday. I'I ,
Minister, Church of Christ.
Shepard, Margaret Long, Nellie Lewis 1 The groom is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Gainesville Thursday. the evening service.

Marguerite Shriver, Hilda Struth, .W. R. Wilkinson, of Palatka is a .- - -.- -- -- .
II. P Gainey was attending to business
Annie Darby Kate Struth, Florence young man of excellent character and Two weeks revival services closed
Matthews, Vlvirette Floyd, Ethel cqnnected with the Seldon Sash and at New River Tuesday. I last Lords day at the church of

w Griffin, Blanche McNeil and little Miss Door Factory of that city. Henry Lewis of Earlton was a'' Christ with sixteen additions. There GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

J LeEtta Corpening. As a going away dress the bride visitor here Friday.. was much interest manifested. The
: -- wore an embroidered dark blue silk /1 (Treat Gospel preacher Rev. A. M. & RITCH
HONORING voile. Immediately after the cere- N. D. Wainwright of Starke Depew leaves Christ church stronger REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

MISS MATTHEWS mony Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson left for a visitor here one day last week.F. than ever before. I INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE ,;

One of the many pretty parties given his summer home on Silver lake, near I M; Sanderson who has been,I R. M. Faver has purchased, of P. ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE, rl
Palatka. I
in honor of Miss Florence Mat- I superintending the produce packingand M. Geiger, of Theressa, the large two

thews, who has just graduated from 'MRS. JONES ENTERTAINED shipping here has returned to ,story residence maine Street: ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY

'i 1 the F. S. C., Tallahassee was the surprise CIRCLE TWO his home.at Plant City.
party at which Mrs. J. E. Cor- I The good roads are progressingnicely. -

$ pening entertained Wednesday eVe- Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones entertained Misses Nellie Lewis and Marguerite Hampton is on a boom. New "COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE IT"
J ning. Circle Two of the W. M. U. of the Shriver spent Saturday at Earl- houses are being built, repairs are be- Before .
buying get our new April pric.ll.t .f
.ur. "SIMOM.: PURS" and CRY
), The rooms were attractively deco Baptist church Monday afternoon at toon.. Beach d I ing made, and additions built for the BRANDS' which bare bees tae Standard ., Qualltr for the put forty roan iHth
rated. with tall, slender vases of pink her attractive home. I Florida ......... Prier alwaja I rl.ht, Qn.ltly .0..ltI....... not the ehupMt bit tae but
Mitch Edwards of Starke accomodation of the inhabitants but
was a .
for .
malt Aba .
I price Mil ( Inetldde .
The After a devotional and business Sprarm. Duster i jnd Dint JUt Aln.
evening was spent at auction visitor here Sunday. the cry where can I rent a house or n.. 1 Ie now ready, write at ono. /
'i bridge and dancing.At meeting, missionary work among tho (roomy is still heard.
the close of the evening Mrs. I|I Indians was discussed. Rev and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins of New River wasa E 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville Fla

: Corpeninir. assisted by Mrs. Matthews .'}\ E. Graham, of New Mexjco, who visitor here Sunday. I I Johnson's large cafe and traveling ,._ n "/
ritlr' and and Mrs. Turner, served a deloc- are two missionaries to the Indians '''man's garage west of the S. A. L. )
table salutl course. ||[have been chosen by the circles ns Lacy Doko and Dewey Bethay of end G. S. and F. Railroad is progres-

Those enjoying this affair were their special charge. Plans were madeto LaCross were guests of friends here 'sing nicely and will soon be ready for

''r Misses Florence Matthews, Jennnvtte I' send a box of first aid articles to Sunday.. I I the accommodation of traveler and

'" Matthews Audrey Johns, Ethel Griffin ,Mr. and Mrs. Graham. C. L. Perk of-Starke was a visitor j,the public in general. I

Vivirette Floyd, Hilda Struth, During the social period the hostess here Friday.M. J j
Messrs. Ras and Aubrey Brlnson, J. assisted by !Misses( Elise Jones and Hr. Thompson of Jacksonville Who
F. Harriet Ritch served B. Matheny motored to Gaines- represents the Jacksonville! Cadillac
I' Klckliter, H. C. Wall, Chas Christie | a tempting sal I'I.
I'' f Laurie Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. E. {ad course with lemonade. ville Friday. | Co. has been spending several days t
here. lIe is registered of' the
, I Matthews, burs F. L. Turner. Sixteen members were present at guest
I I Among those who attended
. this interesting circle meeting. theplc- I Hampton Hotel while here.A. .
MUSICAL TEA --- nic at Homnton Beach Thursday A. Durden. Mr Thompson and Rev.

AT WOMAN'S: ("!.un MILLER were, E. !It!., G. W. and A. A. Hazen |jA. S. Jones motored -to Keystone I The Modern Housewife

and families, II. E. Thomas, Mrs. T. Heights last Monday evening. I.
The music committee of the Wom !Miller, June 3- :Mr. and Mrs. Harris C. Hazen and children, J. L. Shriver I

an's Club have Issued invitations to a and family and Mr. and Mrs. S. I and others. I !LAWTEY I

musical tea for this Friday evening F. Coker all of Jacksonville visitedMr. ; Knows the
i iI value of
at the club house. Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs.\ Roland Thomas Sun- O. G. Storyhorne of Waldo was a Lawtey, June Commissioner L. a checking ac.

4 at Adams, of Jacksonville, who possessea day.T.. x visitor here Sunday. I III. Hill attended the board meeting I count.

charming soprano voice, will render H. Rimes and granddaughterMrs. .at Starke Monday. I
Miss Nellie Lewis of Arcadia

a number of solos. Her accompanist L. O. Rivers of Lake Butlerhave is Ruby Wainwright- I She has a checking account at this
her was
visiting cousin, Miss Marguerite transact I
will be Mrs. It. L. Hutchinson. | returned" from Ellenton where i Shriver. .ing business in Statke Saturday. i bank and pays her bills at her own
t :Mrs. Adams, who is so pleasantly : they have been visiting Mr.\ Rimes'I desk
: remembered here as Miss\ Eula Powell family. !Mac Hough who has been visiting | :Misses Sidney, Onie and Louise by a scratch of the pen.

has many friends who will be delighted Albert Miller left recently for Miami his parents at Clayno has returnedto Richardson of Sanderson have been I
( to hear her on this occasion. I where he has accepted a position his work at Dade City.L. I(spending several days here with their checks she writes are her receipts ,

T Other features of the program will with his uncle Mr. Jack Hiers of that sister, Mrs. L. A. Mar which the bank returns to her at the

be violin selections by Mrs. W. II. place. Morgan motored. to Hampton .
end of the month. The
Monday. Judge R. A. Green of Starke was in stubs which
Lee. Several beautiful choruses and | Mrs.\ S. V. Stokes has returned
d a group of male quartettes will be on home after a two weeks visit with i Among those-attending;; to businessin I town Friday telling the people here she retains in her check book are her :
why he should be elected to Congress.
''t during the evening.All relatives at Wellborn, Live Oak and record of the
i I Starke Monday were II. P. and L. I transactions. She never -
.. who come may be assured of an'' McAlpine. I R. Gainey, A. A. Hazen, P. R. Crosby, I Mr.\ and Mrs. :J. W. Barber were has to a bill twice.
J enjoyable evening. The program is being !I Mr. and Mrs. Percy McLeod and Henry Shaw R. P. Lewis Mr. Brown viiitors to Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. pay
arranged by :Mrs. E. K. erryman. children of Jacksonville spent'* last I ing and D. M. Malphurs.\ I She finds
I always this real
who in very capable, and promises to week-end with his brother, J. R. L. A. Marr visited relatives a banking

1' be one of the best held in Starke. :Miss Lubedia Pinholster and grandmother in Sanderson Thursday. home.Bradford.

e I Miss Mabel Welter's committee are PRODUCE SOLICITOR WANTED Mrs. Baxter have gone to 'I Capt. and Mrs.- :-S.:-A. Bryan of

adding to the pleasure of the evening Bowling Green for a visit of a' Starke were visitors here Sunday.
,! j WI by serving refreshments.20th month's duration with relatives. i County Bank
Cur fiat car of imlon old for $1400. '
Mrs. G. W. Roberts returned home
t CENTURY: : CLUB I W. h.... aallinf office in ....nla.n B. Y. P. U. Social jlast I week from DeLand where she
f ENTERTAINED:/ FRIDAYThe cili... Wednesday night the Brooker B.1 I has been
spending several weeks on Established 1889
Twentieth- Club W. ara ralvd, reliable and ......ri.ac. Y. P. U. members gathered at the I
Century spent .d. Baptist church to enjoy a social. WANTED
i .r one of their moat enjoyable evenings "Bradford County's Fimncial '
Singing was enjoyed until a late hour
r when the members were entertained We want man who can lire up to WANTE -1I0 F.sT reliable man

{ by Mime Mabel Weller and Mr. Joe Ib.... qualification to represent u. I. NOTICEThe 'I to represent us In Bradford county .
Truby last Friday evening. this *..ctioa'A handling our products eiclusiTclr.
regular meeting of the Board Man accepted mint! hare $200.00 In
The '
rooms were unusually attrac man capable of curinf c..e ...-
tive in their sun flower decorations. m.nt.goad produc. of Bond Trustees of Bradford County ['leash to finance initial order of merjchandine. .

Delicious refreshments of Florida, has been postponed to June II Prefer man who has own ct
ala W. hare the outlet. If thesupply Stronghold"v
you set 10th the third
as of the
month i* car, alt ho not An oppor-
mode food
and angel cake were do bu.; .
we can ** good
L I served at the end of the game. Shasta election day. All parties having busl- j:tunit1 to get into a paying business -
Write ua full particular. ness with the
daisies were used as favors. Board can attend to for yourself. For detail Inform,
PLANTER'S MARKETING ASS'N.same the 10th. J 1 tion writ or Call on B. F. Winston,
High prize for the ladies was won !
by Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., a hand Jacksonville, Florida C. A. FLITCH Factory Representative, Seminole I !
Secretary Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla.



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FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1921

I boglnnlngr; having at first been 'engrafted ; tied in Fort Pierce 15 years ago, and r\ Eugene and Hugh Butler Crosby! of t. neat churches and schools;.. near

by the Jewish Christians upon lived here until their departure seek- '
Brooker attended I State Farm situated
church at Rock ; best farmln"IM'l'tlon
the old feast of Fentacost. It Is often ing her health. She bad the universal
Bits of LocalI1liOI'llllltl011 Sunday. Bradford county famous) I
by that name.D.I'TlS'r esteem of all who knew her (an esteem for trucking
I' in which her husband shared) Miss Lydia Grover of Brooker attended |
CHURCH ItULLETINThe general farming. 25: acres cleared,
: I as was evidences! by the unusually i church at Rock Sunday. 1 belongs. to a corporation that must
regular services of the church large attendance at tho funeral and sell
$400 down/5
balance.Apply .
j I years on
,[will be conducted on Sunday. The the extraordinary profusion of floral ,
Concerning Our to G. M. Inman Starke Fla.
e People Business and ,
I Bible school, under the direction of tributes, nearly all contributed and :
Progress In the County and Town. @ : i' Prof. 'Wiggins, at 0:43: : followed by arranged by the (donors from their \ i, '(-2; .lf

-I divine worship at 11:00.: The pastor own flower gardens. Easter lilies rENT-A-\VORD NOfJ'K OK MASrEK'H SAI.K
will I Nolle' ,In hrn-by ulvon. that under and blltiu
present the second sermon In the were especially numerous. and beauti of
-- IL hut tferlnln anal L. S. Partridge spent the day I in L Mrs. Lamira Graham spent the series on The Lord Prayer, the topic ful. The flowers festooned the altarrllilinA' ', I II MI--o.l.nm.lnml' V rrmlvretl hone Juilxo June 2.uf IW4 the, kr tM
Jacksonville Tuesday. weekend being "The Heavenly Father." for its whole length, were 4"llrt. elf llli.. Rllrhth: Judlcl.l| | CI"lJI' 0' &'10_
with her parents, :Mr. and The oanKeii at its IJa, In and for Uradfor.1 uritY. -Fleridn.n'-/ :
foot ,
young people meet at 7:00.: and Icwded a row
Jack Murden, of Jacksonville, wasa I Mrs. J. !M. Alvarez returning to Jacksonville Evening worship at 8:00.: The sermon of small tables just insidu Ute railing. FOR SALE Tomato ,''': .i",liuiiFcri,"" ,'"I".nl.Hillmir,, ,nail,I, ..In"..In.t furor W.or C.K|[ant O.. Knoll Kmll: ,
I crates, .
Sunday afternoon. completealso Hunt ami Chnrtiii Hunt il..f.nlnnUi. the
will be Even this an
visitor here Sunday. on "The Worth of man. The did not provide room for paper and l nails D.V.. More, ili-milinril., will inTrr" for ..lo unit will nil b.,
appraisement of ourselves under the all. The church was crowded, and a rnn the eoiirlhoiinc door .t lurk*. Bnttlfori I
Mrs. Anna M. Johns :Mr. and Mrs. I ThereBsa, Flu. O-ii-it !I >',iinly.' Horiiln., iliirlnn the Irani. hours o!
Wm. Bryan, of Lawtey, was a visitor James Warren and\ Mr. direction of competent) authority ia, long line\ of cars were required to 1' pile un Mun,\..v. thaSKVKNTII r
son, and Mrs.
to Starke Monday. at times, a valuable occupation. We carry those who attended thoservices 'FOR SALE-ISO selected White lh. : IMV OF, JULY 1024.
Clyde Alvarez and sons spent the past Leghorn -I I I l<> hlxhral unit bow bl.Mnr. therefor for
I shall atteihpt to estimate the value of In the cemetery.Mr. hens. Two miles west of mull thv followlnir UMCilbnl liinibi lyln' and
week-end at their cottage hKlnu .In tho county of ....
Kingsley nmilforO S. of
G. C. White spent several days i in lake. a human life by the standard providedby Kickliter and his family have Starke. W. N. LaDue, Starke. It j II, Klorl.lH.' a ascription( at which I li M follow ,ti

Starke during! this week.F. I our heavenly Father. Bring your the genuine sympathy and good I to-wlt"hp :Noulh lair) of the Northpiut Qtmrtar I

Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brinson of Fif- friends. Visitors always welcome. wishes of everybody in Stuart, of all FOR RENT-Completely furnished the Northwest. Quarts) of S.-.ll.in Twonty

L. Turner spent the weekendin tone and !Mrs. P. G. Brinson, of Bain- CHURCH OF C11KIST-- lasses.-Stuart, Messenger.ZIFF cottage at Klngsley lake; boat with Tw nine.nly-t(2BI...ii Townihlit(ti} Kut 8ovon....pt((71 three South Mrw Ran"In.
I place. S.L.PEEK, Starke. It. the NorthrMt corner. AUo all of the S.iuthOHUt .
Starke with homefolks. Ibridge .
Ga., spent the day here Tues- q".rl.1' nf thn IVfnHhwMIt' CJtlMctMM.. lutn..
I day, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cor- "Worship as Taught n the New Tes- north of the n R. A .'. II,... |n Smlon Twen. '
Mrs. E. K. NefT has opened her cottage pening. tament" will be the subject of the ser ZilT, :May 30:::Services! were held FOR SALE-Ford car, 1923 model, 'Twenty-two ty-nlne' (ilui.I.1221(Towiuhlp( K*(.t.Suven ennulnlnir((11) South.In nil K_for nie

at the lake for the season. 'mon next Sunday at 11 a. m. at Rock Sunday by the pastor C. good condition, now tires. RAWSON tyiilx and on..h.lf acne more or !....
I J. DAVIS Starke. A. H. CREWS
I It.
Mrs. J. L. Frazee, Jr. and daughter, Preaching at 8 p. m., unless the :Moody of LaCrosH. Siwelel, Mater In Chancery.

H. II. Jones, of Keystone Heights, Lora Miller, are visiting at the home church decides to call In the evening Mr. Russ of Brooker wan looking FOR S\LE-At a bargain-Tlson> & I JOE Solicitor HIM.( WILLIAMS far Complainant.68tw74'! ,

was a visitor: to Starke Tuesday. |of Col.: and Mrs. J. L. Frazee. Mrs. worship and attend evangelistic ser- after business here Monday Jones buggy in good condition. G. NOTICE OP ELECTION:

(j i Frazee has been visiting her father vices being held in the tent by Evan- Mr. J. W. Lewis spent Friday In C. Cndy, Starke, Flu 0-fl-2t* Hv the power vestal In them by the .laws

Strained honey at Kickliter'a.Mrs. In Thomaston Ga, and is on the way gelist J. F. Lowe, of Valdosta, Gu., Starke on business.Mr. .Itrnilfortl.f Ftorlila, aounty.the Poanl Morltln..of. I'llblla cell( tin Inetmctlon elvptlon of to<>

.to her homo in Greensboro,N. C. who Is a minister in the Church of and !Mrs. Pclatha FARM WANTEt.I want farms for be held at Canon tihiMtlhouBi. Saturday, July
Christ Starling of B for the purpuee, of ,lit.rniinnit{ whrtheror
T. N. Limbaugh has as her *
himself.W. Cooter Pond cash buyers. Describe. and state not H.Tlli.n. lill, iH. VI. 94. . spent Sunday here with
guest, Mrs. T. A. Blitch, of DeLand. I The W. C. T. U. will meet Tuesday E. DAUailERTY, I friends and relatives. price. R. McNown, 102 Wilkinson >It. It ft 112 K E hall. .1.0 be S.....tu...>.t.,1 M 1.Into 11, a 19.Plirclal Twp. II ta S<

afternoon at 3:30: at the club house. Minister. BId!:., Omaha.Neb. 5-(5-lt( : AChonl illitrlrt. to .10.., three trot w> and Mtptirmlne
Ras and Aubrey Brinson are guests (As this will be flower mission day, the Lee Dyal and K. B. :Murrhco of r | the mlllutte to be aaren.01 l fur Ih.now .

j of their sister, Mrs. J. E. Corpening.G. I members are requested to bring flow- PUBLIC NOTICE Graham attended church at Rock FOR SALE-Three city lots in I II.t two J. Aldermen yrara.. II. T. Fnrlnor. Guy Altler'
Sunday. I Temple's addition men manamira.
jellies and delicacies for the sick The to Starke, located -
ers, light mid water plant ia running L. W. KICKLITBIl.:
A. Anderson was among tho and shut-ins, and tho same will be dis- on twenty-four hour service, except Little Fred Shaw of Pine Hill spent I two blocks from school, ono H. n WKiOINS, Chairman.Hivrvtary. .

l/Lawtey/ visitors to the county sent 'tributed after the meeting. Thursday afternoons. This. shut the week hero with Ma n irrnnd' n nnrent. '__..n11' _.. 1 block and a half from highway. Ad- ---.- H-D-St-7-4....---
1 Wednesday.Miss I :\ and Mr. J. B. Thomas. dress National Supply Co., 232 NOTICE OP SALEiThe !:
t down Is necessary on account of making Honrtl. of I'ubllo ln>trii, !Mr.
I I Mrs. II. L. Brownlee and son, Hugh, connections for extensions, etc. and I IIrs.! Henry Shaw spent Adair Bldg., Jacksonville, Flu. font county. FlorMn, will nci'lvo( 1>1,1. tin to
the week-end here with noon July' 7. IIU4. fur the ala. of Tenon lchot.1billlillnv
Boardman their C-1C-41
Alilee of
Leoyd i returned home Monday from a trip to BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES.. parents The board\ ........* the rjirht; to re
[is the guest of Miss Ruby Gill at the 'DeLand, where they were guests of I Mr. and Mrs J. B. Thomas. Jat nay ..r alt blila. ,
Johrtio. acres land, 7-room L. W KICKt.ITF.R.
hotel Marion. Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch. !Mrs. THANKS V01EKS I !Starling; and little listen, If n WICclINfl. Chairman.Srcntary .
bungalow coiled
I Lois inside, !good water, .
and Blanch
Brownlee's sister, Mrs. N. A. Blitch, To the Public: were greeting friend

I M. Varnes, of Sampson City, was accompanied her to Starke, and is the I am tfreatful to the electors of the here Sunday.

[attending to business mattersin guest of her daughter, Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. district for their support. I could not Mt. and !Mrs. Bill ;Mines of Cooter .

[Starke Tuesday. have expected a greater majority Pon} spent the weekend here with I

after the attuct made on me by my their parents, Mr. and Mrs S. L.I| INSURANCE I

Snap bean seed. Klckliter. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee motored political enemies. I have and will Prescott. | ,rThat's

to DeLand Thursday to attend the faithfully care for the interest of my Mr. and Mrs Tom Wasdon of Wal

Raleigh Dowling, W. Q Dowling and I'graduating exercises of their daughter people. do spent Sunday, here with theirs; Our Business

I family visited Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Elizabeth. They will return Sun- D. E. KNIGHT. brother Mr. T. D. Dyal. |! FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH

Middleton ,Sunday. day, accompanied by Mrs. Brownlee'a ,

J,sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and CARD FROM E. W. HAYES : AUTOMOBILE BONDS

Miss Ethel Griffin has returned froma Mrs. J. E. Futch, who will spend sev- .666p ,
This little notice from me U. to tell Agency Established 1886
visit with relatives in Waycross, 'eral weeks here.
and Jacksonville. the voters of thin county that I do la a "'.
Ga., ription for Malaria, Chill
> ,V I J. C. Daugherty, who has been in not understand the English language and Fever, Dengue or Bilious Fever .J.R.DAVIS&CO. .

nil,Mrs. J. Sid Johnston and don, Sid, school at Phillips University, Enid, sufficiently well to express in words It kills the germs.

Jr., spent -week-end here with Mr. Oklahoma, the past year, arrived in my appreciation, for the most favorable J

and Mrs. Wm. truth. i Starke last Sunday, and now has a po- hands vote that I received at your ,...-... .........D."... UlIIIDII//.......__.
''sition in Hull's store. Iris brothers on June 3rd. But I will endeavor -
-Dr. to show my appreciation by t he COFFINS &: CASKETS SASH BRICK, LIME
Frazee, the eye specialist, will William and Paul, both preachers, are LUMBER
'Jbe with Dr. Parks Friday and Satur- :,coming home in August, when they' manner in which discharge my duty I Aail a Full Line .f DOORS CEMENT

day, June '6th and 7th. 'will assist their father, W. E. Daugh- during my term in office. Und.r fck.i diJ /.a BUILDERS HARDWARE

,:erty, in a two weeks meeting here. Most sincerely,
(Chickens and, eggs wanted. Kickliter', E. W. HAYES AUTOMOBILE HEARSE SHER WIN- Everything
Tax Atwmrm hand. WL lAMS 1;1 *T for
: Collector. I I oo The bat w-
I Mrs. J. L. Frazee had as her guest '. ( \
Miss Inez Moitt of Jacksonville tea at the lowest prices. $p.N.I .- PAINT. Building,
,1 this week, Mrs. O. P. Larkins, of New MRS. LACY C. KICKL1TEH i(I iS and
to telegraph' orRegistered
[pent the week-end in Starke with her York and Jacksonville. Mrs.
I sea Ern ... ,
bal. '
[lister, Mrs. P. E. Johns. soloist of the Snyder Memorial and Mrs. Edith (Baker) Kickliter died oJ COMPANT"""

First Presbyterian churches In Jacksonville May 18, 1021\ at Lm Vegas/ New p- CONSUMERS LUMBER

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Griffin, of and while here delighted a Mexico, where she had been living for DeWITT C. JONES

Jacksonville, were week-end guests ofMr. number of her friends with charming two years in the hope of regaining l STARKE, FLA STARKE, FLORIDA

|) and Mrs. O. J. Griffin. 'vocal selections. I her health. Her husband and three .:IIIQIo l

children arrived here last Friday 1 ,
Mrs. L. A. Davis, Sr., of Fernandi- I evening, bringing the body for Intermjnt. --
The music eommitttee of the 'Voman'M I -
na, came Friday and is the guest ofMr. Funeral services were held r
Club have their
regular! meetingat
and Mrs L. A. Davis, Jr. the club house next Wednesday, at Saturday[ morning/ in the !\letho.list q

Church, the Rev J. Jones officiating,
3:30: p. m. All business for this yearhas
F. S. Collins and Lewis Macey, of with interment in Fern Hill .
been finished installation
Jacksonville the week-end tery. The pall bearers
were guests were Dr.cI.me-//
of the new officers which will be done
tot Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Collins. Eurit, Thomas Taylor Emmet ,
Wednesday. Hostesses for the afternoon
C. W. McPherson, Marion McGee I
are Mesdames G. C. Sweat, L. ud
G. W. Baisden of Jacksonville, George Reddick. ,
Wyman, R..1. Weeks, N. D. Wainwright '
was in Starke Tuesday to cast his Among those present at the (
W. I.. Wall H.
II. Yodng.
allot in the primary election. al! from out of town were "
Misses UnL.r'j'
Carrie Uglow and Mabel Welter -
W. I
and James Kickliter of

Miss Marie Robart, a toilet good Fla.. father and brother ,.r M- I
-" .
specialist of Boston has been at liter Mrs. James Cunningham i of I The Looseness of
Among those recently
[Mitchell's Drug: Store this week. registeredat Sanford:; a sister, Mrs Willie- Kick-
the Marion are B. C. Rape, G. W. liter of KUsirnmee, siHter-iri-lnw of .

Porto Rico draws, grown here, at J. Sellers, M. D. Spruill Gainesville; J. Mrs. Lacy Kickliter; and II. A. J. '
Kickliter's. JI. Pieper, Atlanta; Evanglist ArthurM Baker and Will Baker
I of San Mateo, "Loose
Depew and wife, Tampa; C. L. father and brother of Mrs. KlCkliter Change'LOOSE

Messrs. Joe Hill Williams and G. C.Driggers Dryden St. Louis, ; Miss !Marie M. Mr and Mrs. Gothard of Portsmouth

of Lake Butler were busi- Roberts, Boston, !Mass; Geo. T Lidcr, Virgina, sister and bruther-iii-luw and,

ness visitors to Starko Wednesday. Albany, Ga. R. C. Heiberger, Keystone Mrs. Knox of Savannah, Mister. I change is slippery.: It has a way of
, A. B.
Heights; Cuwart Troy, Mrs. Kickliter
'Ala.; R. E.' navi.. Greensboro N. C.; husband three leaves, besides her I running through the fingers like quicksilver.You .
Miss Aileen Alvarez: and her !guest, j children Lacy May
G. H. Marthland. Ocala G. E. Hen-
JIIss Mary Curtis Williams, spent sev- ; ''now about 14, Azaletn and Douglas. spend a dime here and there
ieral days of this week in Jacksonville. I,dry Perry; E. J. Fiilinghara Jackson- I Mrs Kickliter developed tubercu quarter

vine losis, following an attack of influenjza without giving it a thought.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomas, of 'I and her husband took her to North
PRESBYTERIAN: Georgia And it has probably never occurred to you that
[Gainesville visitors here Sunday years ago, and a
were year
Gar I I later removed to Las Vegas. At your chances for success in life are slipping through
guests at the Magnolia Tea Sunday school at 10 a. m. the
den. Preaching services next Sunday in I I time of her death he was making arrangements your fingers with this 'loose change"- loosely

I I the morning at 11 o'clock. No services to take her to Tuscon, .

Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Neff and children in the evening. Arizona, and had sold his farm here spent.It

motored to Jacksonville Saturday Cordial invitation.T. with Mr.that end in view. is time to "tighten up." Save this money.
pending the week-end with Mrs. J. HEDGES, Mrs. Kickliter were resi
dents of Stuart when they Deposit it in a saving account. It will grow at
.B.Ne !. Minister were mar-
interest and be the foundation of your future wealth
C. E. McLeod returned Monday r- i- I, and happiness.

from a combined business On account of the service at Waldo I

ure trip of two weeks to Chicago and there will) be a short service on Whitsunday HOTEL MARIONSTARKE

ew York. at 10 a. m. BANK OF STARKEThe

I I We have considered the Ascension ; FLA. :

Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Baker, of Jacksonville al the culmination of our Lord earthly I
will motor here 'Sunday'and ( life. Now we come to the birthdayof i Under New Management i: Bank of Helpful Service

spend the day with Mrs. Baker's aunt the Christian church. It is the an- Center of City !iI "' 'IfI

|Mrs W. J. Epperson. nually recurring witness to the fulfill- STARKE, FLORIDA i I'

ment of the Lord's promise: "I will I Excellent Roonu-Excellent j 1' "I

Strawberry, cuke corn and tomato pray the Father and He shall give you MeaU.

'crates, also bean hampers at Kickli- another comforter that lie may abide

f ter's store. with you forever; even the spirit of "Atk the) Traveling Man."

truth; whom the world cannot receive I

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gray and children because it feeth Him! not, neither .

( Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Collins, F. knoweth Him; but ye know Him; for i
dwelleth with and shall be in Colds Cause I S. Collins and Lewis Macey spent the He you, ,
rwwveeauea. U.
{week-end at the Net cottage Kings- you. 'no... .to wily hey lah. The day has been observed from the 1- w.QIOVE'S eler.nw.w boa a.,. _6w

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I -N -. IF HAVE Nature's best tonics: !garden
.. YOU r sausage. vegetables
J 1 I I;; \ A Talk! With a Starke and orchard fruits.
alar,..PII.Slck ..d c.Ca.th. I
Too InJUiulsitlvaj
FARMING Bow.l.. Dumb. Au. Sour Stomach I land
FARMERS and ..Imblai Belching. you your haw food no dow.pp.tu not.. Man Resident: "This Is a wonderfully Weeds plowed up or mowed< down
healthy town When I came here I now will not grow crops of !seed to

Tatrs Pills couldn't walk." grow more crops of weeds another

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS: ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE \\ Mr. Danjherly Interest: to Tells Starke Something Folks. of Tourist: "And how long have you year. Keep the plows busy through

E ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND wUl ruudy 1 M troublM been here?" (I June anyway and the mowing mach-

TO HE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. There's nothing more convincing Resident: "I was born here." Ine going in the pastures well into
l _. --.-.- only through organization they of the than the statement: of someone you |(I
"" --.- Vero vicinity are organ zing.Hillsborough know and have confidence' in. That's BLONDE BESS OPINES July or August.
But is ttf rest why this. talk with Mr. Dougherty of i
LICE :MITES TICKS FLKASAKE I this argument horticulturistof put i ...::Held two citrus field Cherry street, should be mighty help- How do they know a woman can "I I
I'rof. W. L. Floyd,
: 1IAKU TAX meetings this week; good work done. ful in Starke. not keep a secret when no woman

the Florida College of Agriculture, I We sent several boys to the short W E. Daugherty, minister Cherry has. erer tried? I
ticks and fleas are responsible -
mites, who names a number of vegetables 'St., Starke says: "I suffered! from
for many failures in the that can be grown successfully in course. terrible backaches. It was difficult to .\ Humorous Heckler I after meal
around and I couldn't work muchin every
poultry business. Here is one a true this in got Political' Spellbinder: "We
t state summer. Marion-Tomatoes moving out by my garden with the terrible painsin pay
story: lie says that New Zealand spinach carload. Have estimated that tomato my back. The kidney secretions taxes and pay taxes, What I want to I Cleanses month and

"Recently 1 visited a farm hopingto i'stands summer heat well and that acreage here is 0,615 that Is to be passed too often. I used Dean's" Fills know-where do the taxes (go: ?" teeth and aids digestion.

offer suggestions to better the 1{:tender tips and leaves of it may be handled through the packing hOllse. and was cured of the attack. of Voice (from audience) : "Up. I Relieves that over
Mr. is
I Valinformed i I Daugherty only one many eaten feeling and acid
1 poultry !> I leathered every few days as new ones In spite of tho most disastrous season Starko people who have gratefully Debatable Point moath.
that chickens couldn't be raised there j put out quickly. makes very satUIfactory to knowledge of our oldest Inhabitants dorsed Donn's Palls If your backaches I
the | "Do believe that people follow Its 1-a-s-t-i-n-g flavor
j because of hawks. On entering -If your kidneys bother' you, you
we are making lots of
poultry house or what was supposed I 1 summer greens. tomatoes. don't simply ask for a kidney remedyask the same occupation in the next world j satisfies the craving for
I Cowpens, especially the California Some tomato inspectors of federal for DOAN'S I'ILLS sweets.
I wan literally distinctly that they do on earth?
house j
be the
to poultry i black-eye and the yellow Sugar and state marketing departments are the same that Mr. Daugherty had- think I Wrluleya Is double
"Well I
hardly an
I covered with miteR. A couple of Crowder nutritious and hero to begin Inspecting fruit at shipping the remedy backed by home testi so-as value In the benefit and
faithful old hens sat on their nests, )I very points. Fair association has elec- mony. 60 cents at all stores. FosterMllbum example-my mother-in-law was an pleasure It provides.
survive the attacks of grow well.Mustard. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. y ice-cream maker."
struggling to
mites I I may be planted at frequent ted officers; fair of next fall expectedto "When Your Back is Lame--Remember I S.afed in its Purify
countless thousands of sucking intervals, grows quickly and is attract national attention; to be the Name." Be Honest Now Pmckata !6 r'tio"
be rewarded by at I
least until a they few baby might chicks. Certainly this good when young and tender< thoughit best ever held in Florida. Live Oak- Establishment of a Son: "Good-bye" Dad. I'll write you I

soon becomes tough. I Wakullu Our club Kraft paper mill now a certainty every day. I
pitiful sight. boys
was a are wo c SB
"lIelivens-lf think
I I en-I : you you'regoing
Okra if cultivated has its
I This story in told by a poultryman and pods thused over club camp to be held Bunnell-Flager beach hotel being to need money that often you'd
d' 1 in a southern state. It is typical of ,: cut two or three times a week, will June 3.6; Leon and Jefferson are tojoin "
'' rushed to completion. better not go.
t many poultry farms in this state continue to bear throughout the summer us. All Wakulla club boys will attend I e4a

cording to a survey. Tho ac-I'(I and will produce large quantities unless illness interferes. Safety Harbor Espiritu .Santo Oh, Splash! W f''',

are asked, Can a hen be blamed for.c of fruit. Springs Bank to open soon. Bill: "Come on over to the club,

leaving her nest to get away from I I Eggplants, popper and collard, if I'asco- County dairy association I'll take you into the new pool room."
wonder started, in spring and given proper officially organized this week; application4 Ocala-Marion county votes $1- he flavor lasts
i )lice and mites ? Is there any ; Blonde Bess: "Oh, I'd love to but I F7
in chick cultivation and fertilization will continue for charter made. \Ve are shipping '!U>00,000 road bond issue. I
that the cry of "no money I didn't bring my bathing suit
a ens" is so often heard when an army \ to bear throughout the summer. 150 gallons of milk daily; four 'I New Smyrna-Sewer being installed -
new dairy barns
Small climbing lima beans especially going up.
of mites and lice and fleas! are being i in Clinch street.

fed in addition to the home lock? ( the variety known as the Florida Voluaiu-Owing to enthusiasm over i

Cleanliness is the principle of control butter bean, does well if plantednot Davenport

of these parasites, according to later than May. industry Photo-Sent- Over Telephone Wire '
s 000 road bond issue _
B. Lansdun extension
H. poultry man 125: FARM BOYS Si'ENU WEEK out to interested people to meet in
of the Florida College of Agriculture. DeLand Wednesday to discnas the
AT FLORIDA UNIVERSITYOne DaytonaAmerican Bank and
A thoro application of heavy oil- the matter. The
meeting was attended
Trust Company new institution
I I i crude oil or motor oil drawn from hundred< twenty-five farm boys by 45: enthusiastic people. { F I l,
| starts off with 3-dny deposit: record of 'plLI llej 1 ui ui
the automobile-to which is added 5 from approximately that many farms 100000. i m iil H I I '1

percent of kerosene, Iyso1crelin: ( or (In 23 counties of Florida spent (last Dade-Herd. of 80 purebred jerseys

'I any product of this nature, will put week on the campus of the University from Vermont was brought in this I Eutis-$25Oootb'e( expended for

H atop to the red mite, often called of Florida where they received week by two of our dairymen; 14 are purchase and development of athletic u VI '

tho bedbug of the poultry house. This practical instruction in many phasesof I bulls to be distributed to other dairy- park; city hall to be erected at cost II: III I', tyi

1 mite feeds at night on the Mood, of agriculture and had a general, all men here; many 'register of merit of $50,000. ?, IWlilii III + 1I

tho fowl, and at day returns to( its around good< time. I cows also in herd; we feel dairy industry i i

I hiding place in cracks. This oil will These boys made this trip on 1 here has been advanced several Tampa-Fifteen-story office build- I/ Ii p
years by this introduction. I ling to be erected at Lafayette and I i r wohy'' I IJ'
I, also control ticks. Oil sprayed freely) ncholarships (covering all expenses) ] I

4" about the runs, under old shed, and in offered by banks, commercial and I Tampa streets. pi ll h iilq

F i i .. dry places will do away with fleas. civic clubs, county commissioners COURTING BLINDNESS i(Tampa $175,000 addition to Hills-

Body lice do not suck blood! but irritate school board, and public spirited Is what you are doing when ]borough high school dedicated. "/ ,y mt;; qt ik VI H li ClillI

tho hlrdrt by biting and crawling citizens. They arc winners in various lect twitching watery bloodshot you nePo'I tore I t "
t I =
over the bodies. Apply pinches of agricultural clubs in their respective 1 eyes. Leonardos Golden Eye Lotion I' St. Petersburg Site for Presbyterian \ -

1 sodium fluoride over tho under part counties, clubs fostered by the Agricultural heals cures nearly every eye disease. Cools, I,, church purchased at cost of
: and
of the fowls, In tho soft feathers and.1 > Extension Division of the i ardi',." It makes strengthens strong Gut "Leon-At i$10000. '
below tho vent. A dip mndu of this !'University of Florida. druggists eyes. alii|I i -
I I I|i Bushnell-$500,000 drainage projectin
material is also effective. I To give one an idea of what these FI.CHULJ.WhBII.Y INDUSTRIAL: ] Center Hill-Jumpers creek section I t
The scaly-log mite burrows underscales clubs
are, the following letter to a progressing rapidly.<
of the, legs and feet, causing j I friend by one of the boys attending REVIEW CA a_._ !z rJ

, Itching and l lamenexs. Dip the feet the short course-Whitt Murray, I Sarasoto L-;;;; Bay Women' St. Petersburg-Contracts let for
t and logs to knees In crude oil. Do Club construction of three school # In the first demonstrations this week of Bending photograph
I/ I i up j I Youngstown Bay County-Is produced to build club house ;i: buildings over long-distance telephone wires, the picture of President Coolidge
I, not use kerosene as it may blister below: was transmitted from Cleveland to New York. The telephone company -
I A little sweet oil or hard applied to I And you ask why I like clvib work. St. Augustine-Florida East Coast'' Daytona- Thirty homes, averaging promises regular service of sending pictures in the near futureAls --

I the top of tho head and under the Because this is one of the best and Railway Company to construct huge $10,000 each, to be erected in Venice that soon, you can step into the nearest lung-distance booth and

2' ; F I throat once a week for four weeks I most honorable ways of making a general repair' plant. ,addition. have "Your only one" smile at you 8S you talk. _

I will control head lice. Never use sulphur living. We ore not only making :food- Clt'rrnontliarage- building in Pablo! Beach-$50(000 school building

I or kerosene. for head 1 lice.CULTVitK tutFs for ourselves and community course of construction. to be constructed at once. -.- -_.
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'l'UNCi.OIL THEE but are helping to feed the world. I DerryportConlltruction Ford offered to pay the Government -
"This work gives all tho younger 1 Lake Worth-Work to begin/ coon of 60- 21B millions, during the pe-
u'- TOLD>> IN NEW HUU.F.TIN people a knowledge of when and how on Spanish mission eti patio shops 'room hotel progressing rapidly. fJis Week riod of hla lease, and he has the
I .
tt" A new industry-promises to rise' to plant, tend and harvest their crops. costing $d li,000( to be constructed at'1' Electric railway industry only 36 money.W

In Florida. This Is the production of ,Our club also gives us the opportunity Dixie hlglway and Lake avenue.I';years old, represents invested capitalof tcfcraJc.rs aMenbled !in Chi

+ tung-oll nuts, from which is extracted to have meetings in which we discuss St. Augustine--.Contracts awarded I! about $6,000,000,000, with annual I docks cage predict that presently all

its I an Important ingredient of paints a our"We work have and play for construction of high school at'i''income of more than $1.000,000,000. oally get and time watches by radio.will automat The i impulse !

varnishes paintdricrs, oilcloth, picnics occasionally i In Hastings: and grade school in this Last year 16,000,000,000 passenger* I.I I. will be iMrat and the watch i
dressing for leather nndwatcrprooAng which we nil enjoy ourselves in sports city. were carried on electric railroad. I LL7 In your pocket will tmtomaticall] > I
material etc. and games, such as swimming and< adjust ite.U.

,q The tung-oil true is a native of I baseball. 1,110 cnrlonda of oranges, grape- With the coming of vacation days If OTUT Iregr.of' tedtviduaUy and

b China, but was introduced into country i "There is also money to be made fruit and tangerines shipped from St. motorists should give thought to the I 10 1ft= ta tdlf at We grow but

nearly 20 years ago. Plantings ;from the products grown in club Lucie county this season and about I greater necessity this year for the By Arthur Brtb nMr. alas. widteV M p1yChflItl.fly a with intelli-.

were made< In this state In 1008, i work. And here is to hoping we all 300 qarlonds remain to be handled< provtection of our forests from firu..Th'ia to max* a w.teh and

Several trees wero set on the grounds have a successful year and I believe i. year has been a dry one. Last Jackson of fndJaDe. Eeapa&h correcuy by radi
'Iwe shall." Winter Garden Winter Garden year there were 1,372 fires in olio. aoaffh to gut
of the Florida Experiment Station i in Hotel Company to our Southwest and Notthwart.A rid ef the .ap."UUoaa that mal ,' I

1912. At the present time there are Habitual' Conttlpanon Cured tion of hotel building.resume construc- I those national fires forests. Fifty per cent of 1 Webber and Field Offer them htu aM kfll! each other. :

nearly 40,000 trees in Florida< one In 14 to 31 Day were man-caused, and A Tree for To..bstoao. -

grove at Gainesville consisting of 'LAX-F08:: WITH FEPSSN" Is a specially- St. Augustine--Local business through area destroyed totaled 145-: 'WhIM tag.am Mai M how much t
men 287 acres.-Motor Land. --=- =a-a------ hwnlted theY /eel WamM ilo "
about 270 acres I'l't'pnreISyrup Tonlc-Lax'Jve for Habitus! to form Comatchie we I I
i Constipation. It relieves promptly hut Corporation forpurchase Edward Jackson indorsed by thf'Su let them come Into the Unit.1
From therosult of
investigations ahxiiM.! bo taken regularly for 14 to 21 I days and development of Klrth's I The 79 American cities having : : Klux Klan of Indiana swept States the Chinese are warns -'
' r t I by Experiment Station authorities roluduceregularacuun. It Stimulate! Island. population between CO.OOO( and 100,000 the State for the Governorship Matsui, Japan's foreign minis .
I 1 Director Wilmon Newell has writtena i Li' Dilutes.. Very Pleasant to Tala.*. 60c spend nomination. He got more votes that they the Chinese, arc mu h
4\ bulletin which he has entitled "['re- UP, I.UI.I Bunnell-Plans;; nearing completion I for $91,000,000 an- than all five of the other CHiuIidates insulted because they are not allowed

liminary Report on Experiments:! with i: EXTRACTS of installation of $30,000( electric nually educational purposes, other put together. Lew Shank, Mayorof to settle on Japanese soil" !
FROM COUNTYAGENTS than libraries.
Somebody! in Japan lack
Indianapolis, must asense
light and most
the Tung-oil Tree in Florida.." It places REPORTS water plant for the beach; candidate against Jackson Important andenemy of humor.In .
in condensed< form practically all 1 Ij ke-We held :four citrus field Main selected for building at foot of Clever Foot Work of the Klan was wiped out

the available data on this promising; meetings hero this week with an street. Deacon Brown: "Has the mule ever 10 to 1.Thlp or Presidential primary lei-ti. -'
Industry, from the standpoint of kicked you?" election is important Massachusetts, 'i"'
production average attendance of 33 at each Tarpon--ork nearing completionon of outside men, 121 women took the trool!
harvesting, marketing and said to be the best of any county in Pasadona-Jungle road; entire job Mosa Jones: "No-ho ain't yet, the Ku Indiana Klux': and Klan indicates ha* gained that to vote out of 17,000 register. '

such Information as the laymen desires which these schools have been hcl to know regarding theuse of the where I recently was." play an important part In the com lack interest in politics. Had .i
nut in manufacturing. St. Johns-Nine members of th o Tavares-Contract let at $38,047.- ing national election. trained; chimpanzee walked a tig-l ]
... Cynical Sam's rope stretched above the prinri'i i 1
The bulletin (N'o. 171)) be Irish potato club won scholarships to 22 for paving Tavarea Shop | 4
may secured -Eustls road street of Haverhill day
; Customer An El Paso on primary'
I' upon request to the Experiment attend the boys' short course at theUniversity work to be completed in 4 months.. beef today:""Have you any tender In the Southwest bank, that closes should its doors know beating a drum as he walked. I .

J Station, Gainesville. I : some excellent crops were erly prosperity The other the 17,000 registered voters wllul! I
;made. Key West-$((50,000 bond issue voted Butcher: "Tender?-Yes, indeed important bank in the Northwest day an have been out to see that chimpa-i-: .t

l I GARDEN VEGETANLKS: : BEST; i to finance completion of golf this is as tender-as 'er-as 'er-a was in trouble and only saved by zee.

,I I TONICTl'nES OWN WAY 'hohee-Alrealy 100 carloadsof course. woman's heart. mergirg: with another bank. There's

'f -- tomatoes have been shipped[ from Customer: "Give me a pound of Farmers cnn't make a !lining and. the excitement charge that In soldiers'Franceabout

f' "Grow and eat vegetables and his point ;:1| SEADOARD TIME TABLEIn while everything and other Is done for railroads bones have been collected on battlefields -

i ,' throw the quack tonics in the garbage ( effect May 11, 1924)) make sure that corporations to by Junk dealers, ground up
.t'S. ;! can" read.. a headline. And that Polk-We sent 14 boys to the club Southbound get: dividends nothing stockholdars is done for and sold for fertilizer. The idea <
headline short course at the University. TheMarvel No. 1 reaches Starke farmers abominable to many therefore !>"
Is full of truth according to at 11.38 p. IlL except': to give them official
: blackberry is No. 3 fake :fatherly denial I Is welcome.
41 the testimony of the health specialists making a fine 11:02 a. tn. advice.Something Bat what better use could *111
1 and the health showing here. No. 21, Cedar Key 6:00 co made of
of those who practice p. m. better our "remains" than to f. '-
the suggestion of the headline St. Lucie-Heretofore have No. 15, Limited l. 1:16 p. m. before long or there will mast be b trouble, don tiller the earth when we are gon"?
sa growers Northbound_ in To b. buried at the foot of fireety.
A main more a
banks and
f argument against this theory worked trouble in two
at tomato and .. .
vegetable with '
No. 2 reaches old political a bra*, tablet >
Starke parties.Henry
of the
headline is that during! the game single-handed but now fully No. 5:08.. m. 1M tree trunk "John Jones ''
summer months it Is difficult to 4, 4:26 p. m. **u help'| "
grow realizing that best results can come C Ford bid real Lto this tree 'O'would ;
No. .. foi
20raJtr _
IT. O.Sft:: l\Iu.cl. money be
a plaasanter
many popular vegetables and! thus ---- n.* '-" Shoals agreed to manufartue resting pie's
Nature's No. 16, Limited pr nT a Ot' fertilizers than being tucked' with other
own tonic is not always sufficiently A SPLENDID FDLL'ia 6:57 snaat.q and the farmers koletons away
1 abundant. That tint, half-nick. discouraged feel' Wannee Branch s. them.know that he would manufacture in a wult.flf .

j ing, caused by a torpid liver anti pormti- No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. .' two
ny other American
rated bowels ran 1*> gotten rid of with No. 104 concern are now geexe! talki-J
arrives l to
No Worm ,In a Healthy Child I surprising profnptnom l by using Hcrliino. Starke 3:15 p. m. hid I ting, but r -vealmoney. On.- rarh other, often one Is aaki! It.
You fed ltd T. J. r bid offer onu hundred % :-.t rlo think about< buli! ;.
All children troubled with Worm bar an a. I beneficial effect with the first GRIFFIN million and twenty n"e r "-f"oll,
auIUircufc. whkh: ladlcacei HUM blood awl ass tlotw on ito purify'vuig and regulating effect Agent. dollars, and reminds you of the national election
t,.... three l. more 11 Iu t .a m..h discnfbaoc*. u thorough; : ana complete. It not only .' for the liver the conversation between tea dlaturb United prosperity' etc., etc." Tr."
(.ROVE'S TASTELESS: : CHILL TONIC given mm- drives out hilt and impurities but it imparts weber and Ffll.'., burl ca States hasn't started on 'i
rule 'orfiroorlhrw wrrk. ..u> ....kb II..I>Ioud.IIJI a splendid feeling of exhilaration The QaUaw That Dots PU Affect The !lead Ba..... of Imitation Demand te'sIn the oM day. sqn prosperity. With Mellon in the
prove- t h.. dIoIeedua..1Mt.sa.......?,;1.....It- strength VIm, an i re,.'',.....R'_...till Al.nl. .11..ea'.wrmaea'ISMCMiA.tIIbS bole'1"1..... Nana-,wi::' (tics 60e. SALL by t>T .orrai BROMO* wtt QLLNINE nut <' _cr.boI.__... b..tiesy.e. .... beui... above trade mark says "But. Mikerwethatain'togot down. Meanwhile the people aresaving

i toe.ra.t ta..aa. tw.ass..w.Wa tm.awryt DRUGSTORES J III 111* hmd. Eo W.C ROVE S ......... p.br'.. 9ik.; $3.000."; says the other million! and Citing away thirty
oR"lr"now it, bat in't Its good banks dollars a day in savings
t and good mveatmeata. Wb1
worry fI

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UR AND 1MPAKTAL TAXATION I values shown by the methods which I against honest taxpayers, and- should ,.of others. ,I| with resistance power. I I' The country newspaper. it I the best

Through discussion, talk, printed by example can real lessons newspaper for the farmer.
i havu described for ascertaining actual not be allowed to continue.As I i Only

(Florida Times Union) I Mr. Dawson considerable -I word, teaching and argument, man I be taught that will be revered and
[The sentiment is general that tuxes I I value, would add to the assessment cited by has struggled from ignorance and I II j j Better cultivation means bctttl
effort was made to have the 1923 followed. When one man tells an-
rolls approximately $140,000,000. With And it is atill fact that the
vied and collected by the state darkness toward truth and light. Yet i crops a

ould be on a fair and adequate this raise of $140,000,000 added to the legislature faults correct in the some state's of tax the laws most!; I throughout the ages, what has been I I other what he must do, he creates op best crop-not necessarily the largest

gala, that there should be uniformity lax rolls, we could reduce the state glaring Since sunshine for one has been darknessfor | position. But when he shows him brings tlfe biggest returns,
but results practically.
without ,
taxation in order that whatever off I levy from 111,2 mills to 8Va mills. however, !Mr. Dawson another. Yet each believed in 'j what he can do, and what he will gain I -

thereby imposed should Please bear this in mind that these adjournment, I he I Gnod rule for the conversationalist
ardens are | the sincerity of his soul that was I
idea and
members of the by so doing ho starts an
him been assured by
r : counties would then be on only a 23I i Nover stick saying piece in
born wihout discrimination. That i right. The wisdom at the founding I I I : your

the prevailing sentiment, or theory, I i per cent busts and would still be at legislature that, after more have careful that, so far as tho law was concerned, gaiiiH a friend. ( tho face of tho poor hearer. lIe may

jrith reference to taxation. In {I sessod less than twenty-eight of the study of the matter,tho they con-of both were right. I TUB NEW FORD TRUCK i I bo bettor able to hear you, but the

practice, something: very different is other counties who are on from a 20' cluded to advocate making The major controversies that have I I !germs you specie his face with may b.
in the laws bearIng I I '
evidence, as is disclosed by MarionLr i 1 to 70 per cent basis and their valua- necessary changes (I led to ill feeling between neighbors, Screen sides and canopy top are too much for his constitution.
the taxation in order that they
Dawson, Florida's state equalizer tions would only be a shade more than on i discord between sections, and war between now being supplied by the Ford ,

f taxes, in a report he has made I! fifteen other counties. whj are now on may be more fair, more honest and I nations, have frequently !,|I Motor Company as additional equipment I How to Kind Your Wife "
If these changes to be In crowded station Ican't
suitable. are Briggs (
I for the Ford one-ton truck ,
Gently to Governor H&rdae, as | from a 20 to 20 per Vent! basis emerged from interpretations of the new
made the who the taxes I I find waft"Stanton
pay I with all-steel and cab. my
equipped body .,
published in the Times-Union on The gist of this whole matter is Dible and the desire of one faction
actively to work and insist "See that blue-eyed baby
I must get Since its introduction a low months :
esday. The report, which should that under the prevailing methods of inequalities to force its Interpretation upon another I I "
: that these and flagrant blonde there
gross the Ford haulage unit has over
Pbe read and studied< by every taxpayer assessing property there is no uni { faction which lifters. ago "
Isn't her.
and the that
|I in assessments levy- steadily gained in popularity\ | Uriggs! : "Sure but
fin Florida, Is both informative and formity. On the contrary, as shown A recent state legislature made it I among II with
ing of taxes shall be made impossible, truck users throughout the country. | Stanton: "I know it; but flirt
I the of thereis unlawful to teach in school i
startling.The by state equalizer taxes, public
or as nearly so as Is humanly possi- With the addition of screen sides and I| her for 30 second, and your wife
startling feature of Mr. Daw- wide variance in the matter of any theory or doctrine "contrary to "
ble. Otherwise, the iniquity, the in- top its utility Is greatly extended : will appear-all right-all right.
ion's report is in the showing ho property assessments. The result is and the harm to the the teachings of tho Bible." The canopy .
justice, great and the uses to which it maybe
makes, as the result of his careful investigation that in some counties greater taxa- state will continue. sentiment embodied is laudable and I MCKI.T! i'EEViSIi: ; CIiIDREN
adapted become wider than ever,
in a large number of I tion burdens are imposed than in Taxation is matter that in every probability was put forwardby Children suuVrmR from intestinal worms
a concerns
Florida counties. While, as Mr. Dawson others, that more money in the formof individual resident and God-fearing men sincere in their Including most every delivery service are cross n-HtUvw\ lull unhralthy. Thero
every property demand. are other symptoms, how over. tho
eays, "there is a prevailing idea taxes is taken from some property owner in the state. Consequently, )I effort to create a better state and abutter The screen sides, which are of child. in pain, linn dark rings; under tho "

among the uninformed men that the owners than from others, which, to the matter of making assessmentsand world. even, Inul/ breath and taken no interest mplity
I mesh in frames
real estate nt Florida ia assessed for put it squarely and fairly, is dis of levying taxes needs' : tho active 1 But luckily for the state in generaland heavy strong are it in almost a certainty Hint worms
cab and
securely bolted to the body art paling its vitality. 'Iho purest
taxes on a 50 per cent basis there honest. If the state or the county is practical interest of every individual. for teachers, students, legislators The top in covered with weather-proof remedy for worm away M White's Cream Vermi-!

are only: : dishonest in the matter of levying Letting "George do it," means to con- courts and judges who would material, similar material! being us- logo "It l iM positive tlcKlnirtinn, to tho

Five counties on a 50 per cent taves, how is it reasonable to expect tinue the shameful condition to which be governed by such a law, the act wombs but liarinlesn to the child 1'rico
ed for side and end curtains whichare
[ basis. the taxpayers to be honest, uniformly. failed to pass. For who U wise 860.! Sold by
Mr. Dawson calls attention. .
rolled up and held In place by i All Drug St.'...
Three counties on a 40 to 60 per Many or them are honest; Many enough to decide what Is "contraryto I
when not in
cent basis. I either evade payment of their just JUDGE NOT THAT YE the teaching! of the Bible?" straps use. .
The end doors form feature which
Ten counties on a 30 to 40 per cent share of taxes or they are unduly dishonestly HE NOT JUDGED ; Doctors of divinity cannot agree a I J. L. FIIAZEE
I appeals to many fur they permit com
basis. favored in the matter of Churches cannot agree. Students ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR .
Bartow Record) plete enclosure anti protection of the
Twenty-three counties on a 20 to 30 property assessments. In. either ( cannot agree. The wisest men of loud. The doors AT LAWPOSTOFFiCE

per cent basis. event the state, and the county, Is It has become the habit of some history have disagreed us to the interpretation me swung on sturdyhinges nun.niNO
and hold closed with
urn a
Eleven counties) on a 10 to 20 per I the loser. More than this, some legislators and persons in authoritywho of many portions of the
double locking device which bo STARKE FLA.NiiPillt .
\ may ,
ent basis. persons are compelled to payout are convinced of their personal Bible. To gin any man or set ot' I

.: Four of tho largest counties of the more money for taxes than their righteousness in their own mind to men the power to say legally, that padlocked. -
With tho screen Hide and top the OR. PLECtIOMEly =
tate are on less than a 10 per cent I neighbors alhough both have equal attempt to force tho state of tho na- "this is contrary to tho teachings of 'truck has loading of I

'ii.; basia.jY privileges; in the enjoyment of those tion or tho'world to become right, as the Ilible but that Is in accord with a space npproximatcly tha power voitml In Ihrni by tho Ian of

:\, Continuing the information, which thing:;, that arc provided with the they conceive it, by legislation. All teachings of the Bible," is to hamper [I 111 cubic feet Tho inches body Is FL.rl.la the county....,..Flag/ h I'nl.ll.i.nl.y ntlbset.olina.b Inntruotlon olRradrnnl
four feet wile 7 feel U I long
, jfs 1 definite and positive, Mr. Dawson money: derived from tars, state and such method in foredoomed to failureno free, honest and heart felt religious lu, iK'lil\ In HiimDl..ii Hin. "'. llr,.ik... Rift
I' and him n loading height of four f 'et. end dmham ..n Juno it. 10-1. Cir the tmrnoaoif
i :gives further information tending to co\:nty.: This is not only unfair; it matter how righteous the cause. thought and to gradually turn many ,. ..I..U.."" Ihrmi tniitcm. In cash and de-

./ '.ihow to what extent it would be posslble I j I is unjust, the latter all the more so, Toleration of each man for his from love to hate because of a mis Truck to usrrii the everywhere uso of tho arc one-ton rupullvturning rerrd li'imlnlnit, In rnnh.tlu amount of m llRua to .be M

'- to reduce the state millage, and because it can be overcome, to a very neighbor Is necessary particularly in conception of religion brought on by For III,. pnrpms. at hililln. sold uli'tllon I In
the economical and .
:Veven greater reduction, were there great extent, by honc"t law bearing the United States in this day and ninn-mada rules. efficient.an Tin most new equipment now ;Hamilton: A llm, A. fnllciwtiiu Diinlen.: ; A munnilvm A', l-utoh.: .rvJ.an.IM.InU.I If.

) equality in the matter of assessments on taxation and by the honest admin time. The country uas founded on We do not believe in radicalism in I 1 1.,"...r. available with the Ford truck provides For Iho of hoUlnn. .aid!" left'1" III
,lfor the purposes of taxation. lIe nays: istration of those laws. As at present, the principle that each Individual had either direction We do not believe Nlarke the follnwlnic nmnaiirrt hove .bat snIsdnt.lt *

1 "There six counties of the sftxtc neither of these features i is observable a right to his personal beliefs amimodes In enforcement of the strict, so-called not only u complete haulage K H. Mntthowi. II. 11(:. KnilthW U. \\ .
are ) unit but also gives the truck user Ahlu.n..n.l T llmwn *l rk,
which if their taxable values were excepting in rare instances.:: Thisis of life, so long all they did not 'bluo laws." Nor do we believe in u For the iitirtume of hnldlntf acid. election In

raised to 25 per cent of their actual I I a crime, permitted by tho state, injure or handicap the similar rights wide-open, town. We do not believen several and body permits combinations him to ninko chuosofrom selections 9.lff the: J following.. Itohflolil.nanawere. K 8. have Fowler been, S. appolnleil L.I'rntoott. ..

1' r attempting to tell another what he C. Smith clerk.
--- -- which are best surfed to his For the purpose of holillnic. old ulretlon. laflnioknr
----- --- -- --- -- shall do think Monday
-- Sunday
or on or the fiilhtwlnv manauem have been an*
or any other day. Nor do we particular requirements.rHeady i 1.ln..I. l : T. C: lluum It. A. W.e"l J. H.Clrninne .
T. 3. Jnnn, rlrrkltir .
believe in allowing temptations to be Ihe iiuriHine tif holitlnic. .101 l livtliin In ,

r l- placed in the path of the young or the pulnlml flraham: the C. following tot*. .1. manairere HvynoMn, ,have 0.. lM Itoherta.*en. ap

YOU. J :EEr NO"J"F.A.IL" old that will lead them to conduct not I.. A. Jmham.. rlirkif .
std.IlADLBY II. wK.<:iN>4, I. W. KiCKf.rrm.fluprrlntemlent .
e justified in their own belief or to I .
Great fortunes aye sometimes His family was poor in those days r for Battle -
lead them to misconduct before their -J1-nt.ll.ai 1)
hard time of it to .
made in small towns and in strange and they had a t ------ --
His education beliefs and character are develolt.dHOW'S PETITION mil ECTION';
ways. In Good Ground L. L, an educate Waiter. i

old fashioned hamlet with a coupleof ended when be graduated from the ii w. the unitvmlitneil (iinyom h.rol>. petition .

streets and half a dozen stores 'local, high school. The great problem TillS? tl \R i your honornhlf board In Call an iluctlonto
the followingtorrltory
whether not
determine or
where motoring tourists stop for of earning a living was partly ordered to wturn home This assume he HALL'S CATAHHII ()\ctNm will iihall .he mated Into a .p...,1.1 l tanehonl <
or crackers and cheese, and [solved when a year after graduation the work of the store. do what wo claim fur It-rlil your .)'.I..m llntriat lo lvrt tin* IrtwUwe and
gas to pretentious he left home to become a did, but rising before dawn and of Catarrh or lieafiima cuuiad by deturmino the mlllnKi tn hn axmmd In ....
then speed on more in Southern city. working late into the night ha CatarrhIIAUl8, lion UK, UK. 87. "4. In. HA. Twp Houtlillanue
l villages. lives Walter King known window dresser a profession CATARRH MEDinNR! consists 22 taet.; aim lectlona I. II U, Twp S
all over the world as an unusual A lover of beauty with inherent began to design hats at a of an Olntmunt wlili'h (jukklyIttilluvi'g South Kaniie 112 E.....
combinations he and shortly afterwards when and if Atr>nnM\N.:
of women's hats. Not so, instinct for color the cntarrhul' Inflammation I
't designer able to hold his job which in placed on display in the little store the In.oRlI..d\ 1<'1 n... a Torilc, which If IIIJV I.r'Jr.IIMAN.II. ,
when other boys was
many years ago much furore in the arts throLurh the lilnotl I tm the MucousNurfaees T lOUINMl.:
but the caused
went clam-digging or fishing King those days was a triumph, they so thus aaaigtlntt;:: to rvttloke normal I II. J. J.I'FH\I\N,
I would hurry home from his father's pay was barely enough to buy the town that their fame became undlMon I I H. 1;;. M>l<'rNt.H.:
and insufficient nation-wide. A few years later druKKlHta for over 40 Year O-O-m.8-9
and hats necessaries of life, totally Hold tiy
small general store design became the most K. J. Cheney & Co Toludot, O. --
from the wires taken from bales of to "help out" at home. Walter King In the Kast: I I ri-iii"P\ii"IS-; ; ,iTOu"
hay covering the frames with calico On the threshold of manhood his sought after milliner --- -- --- fpne Mnll 1 Dl.rhnruo)

colored bolts, father's business began to wane Today King has an international ,In .. ....'"1. of I,
nipped l from bright called rich fcl.Y HICKS, 1
stricken with reputation and ia a BHBanaana '
with ton matt.i.x"awiped" and his mother was -. Notloa la hereby slyer lo all whom It wnyconcern
'TI tea boxes. [an incurable. disease, Walter was mua that on the Slit day nf July A. tll'i >.
Sideache *. J shell apply tn the. Uonorabla R. A.
: n 'I.ren Jutlite tr alil f'nnrt.: an Judire' of
-' Prnhate for my final dlnehnrga.' aa sdmin.tts.
re "1"1 tor of the eetata of lily Illoka doo.a..... mall
k6fiai, ,.. Backache r 1 1",HI HI tho lama tam ha will preetmt. his.
n aI I ..
'J-1t' niinl accminui aa admlnlitruuir of "
-- I iHtule, and aeh for
amun.rummrsw.m.r n "I have been n 1 llaleil, May ID. A."p.I'I: 'f..I.
Mm Llllle Dalton R. R. HICKS.
I dui ;
I CARr'ENalrbta. i .
g of I.akf J'rovt.UMice, I.u. ,1) fj B./s.ut-7-IH AdmlnUtrator.NOTirn
got down in had health and I.I I. TO tiiDreim
I I Q l lo't In WMirrit, until\, I only g] j H.nl.,1. hide will be ....1v..1. by the Board
wci'.hod I'M pounds. I had ir f llond 'I''''...... of Kradfnul, .iinly. Klorlda. ,
MI IIInrflc..' nf the .nerl"ry of. tin Hoard atstnrki
I Q had pain i in my. ilijes and B Plorlila. until 2tln: ii'ehxk p
(luck: awl' in',' 4 hint mlQ Iron "i irith. :11124;: and: ,nt i that lime: p bl-!;
until, 1 (";iid'(n "..Ik. I B ,erne| i| for the furnlnhlnii! of One LlqhtI'mrinr.
i shared In lift,, half the time. I 1a not to c rwnl Two Tuna .In walajhl
One 'h"" mad drairMiildera
I Q I tnvd nil kui. THE UNIVERSAL CAR I but It did me no tood. ,.r the r element: bid nn. and the prla of I Inor
01 Finally I tried B i, dellvir ,l :at :fltarlie: I rlorWa.rho ,
Board reaervta tha right lo reject Myr
.. all bide.
Nature rise B S. MATHOIW.
Back a ATTEST, Ch'1--
= .t 0.: A. YUTCU' .
rammer i CA DUI !!IN..I.,,,. ee6614oRUEbt ..

This 'Poll PL'DLtcATiONIn ---

CIrauit Buteliidlelal of Florida, ill hid
of Ford touringcar I a : I r'rll lindrnrrmunly., In haa-
out a a
The enjoyment you'll get Tlis Woman's' Tonic c ry,
another good reason why I II (I Aldrrman.r .
this summer is I a III ..mplalnank.Andnw .
buying. "It reemzlik'iitiidmegood 1 ... I
you should! no longer postpone U fr<,m the v,-ry fir*t. After I Q J Phllllpe, et al,

I had taken halt a battle I notired I llffffndante.
You (family and friends can benefit by pleasant To A o'd, I'hlllpe.I A..1. Phlllpe, fl. A.
your Q an impro cnienl< I con53 Lone and Laura O: Lire, tlavld It.
trips at minimum cost-evening drives,week tiuui.d its use and I got bet- nw. Heeler A. IIre n ter and tatter. The puma In Q i iI the mtalu of D..loI" lave ,I......... O. W.
end excursions or a long tour on your vacation. I I A. MrKae and. wife F. rot.' Meltae, ttnhertAreher.
my Itand l md'vs' gain J. M. ........ If llvlra. ..n.It\ dead..
that is always I fll pearrd( and I begun to pin the helm. 01.,10_. ....n"' ... or other. elalnv
Buy a Ford, if you want a car wi mht until now I weigh t. ems nr iitherwlM, and to all unknown partial
needs almost care H. 15ft pourulu und feel better II Hlmlng( any Internet whaUitever In the lanilaIn
reliable, simple to handle, no ,.,.In dMirihed. defmilanta. the _10''.".. of
tha' I ever and carries you at lowest cost. I B am perfectly well and streg B

I h 've given it to my girls, V IRRON9cos Yon and .aeh of you are ...II. required. to
B toe" B IH, and I.. appear before the Juilite of the
( Irrupt niirt In ami for Bradford County
& /tany Cardul has zeUeved many H..nla. on the 1th lay of July, A.9lt..
Detroit, Mlchlaen B klnUa of pains and dlat,.*- O ut the Court II...... In eald County In Htarke,
.rauxrd by /.. Mnrltla, to ......... a Hill. of Complaint. .,.
i/ Runabout, GwMtfJt doSeo'atf90 PeraW S...... IAS* B lag male symptoms trouble. It should Yelp II Ml.lt Alderman..l .....In.1 you In laid Court by If O.

4 All prune I....b. DetrettYou you, too, In .he same way Tom Gibbons of St. Paul and Th. llrailford. County Tel>iiraph, a weakly)

I a Why not give It Oorg Carpentier arefit
Franct f:.mnty. FIori.,... l ii hereby dnlanat. .. the
The Touring carX295 IgllWWhich and ready for battle I"an newspaper. In which this not I... .hall be
UQI10IIU- city Ind. on Saturday, May 81. puhllehrd for eight io,,,,e<..11.. w......
ditbons of The lanila deeerlhed In the BUI of Complaint
U disposes Carpvntlerto In thla .a a hurry he may get another be <...1."'.. a.aln t the above defendanu areparticularly
c r ban** at Dempsey a dnerlbed. ae fiHlowe.1 to-wltl
f. Q. B. DetroitD.seuetsble Tonic All of that pnrtkm of ,lot 11, lying north ofa
Rims \ line deMerlbed ae followa Commenelng at a
eM ..". pnet on the north boundary' 190 ft,
sad 0,1 ::1.11
r Shall I Take ? -- -- - -- -- wmt of the northeaet corner (lot, run
To Stop a Cough Quick nlnif on a awns oath 6tf dincreea west aeroMeeld
.EH TUB MLAUSTAUTMoatsZD With .o many tonic on. h..l- lot U, west .boundary of aame I III) sane
HEALING 'iONEY more or leee a: ami the south half of lot S
tatoo. Ui I.! on tako HAYES1 : a
.O.D DKAI.B wht-h n..*. fail. It I. an IMPHOVftD cough medicine wbicblJps thn cough! by (211( ..,.). and l.aerm. In ha authwst comer
TONIC anil I..wadngl5elfesnve of lot 6 and lotl /in aereal, ....Pt. acres. .In
In orrwllra. M.I..... healing the Intlamed and irritated tissues. the .0uLh..., corner: All In Section a... To. I.
I I Chlllt and ....,. Cold*, I.* A box of GROVE'S OPEN-TKATE H, It. 21. 1:., containing altogether la a.....
CtrtpiH. and General Hun*Down. SALVE foe Cheat Colds Head Colds en. more or leee 1 an the eama aviwani In that
Condition rerlain d_)l. recorded' In Deed Book pie a.
PhYd.sl Croup; Is enclosed with every b file 01( ;
t on page" Hit. of the Public Records of Bradford
TONIC HA vrs'; HEALING HONEY. The in've' County: : Fbirlila.'

I, 101 should be rutted on the Jf>(."t a d t'! :i. .: Wltneea my hand and wad >.f office thii the

71). *r.at IMPROVED bulld.rwill of children urTerliiit from a C>.id w Cruu. I Ana day of April. A. D.W 1024.I ALDERMAN. .

h.Ienu wh.r. ordinary The ....IID..If"'" of ",,1'..' 'Itrallnt tinny I" (Seal") Clerk Clnult Court.
I tonir h.v. ,.11.<1 (,.t It from suds the thr"at imMn.d with. the hral"n< .tlt. I For Rrailfonl. County Florida.A .
.. It to .. ...... ... .
your "lru"tfUt today u S LLF.o Trste Sal thtb '! p.xr ut Z ADKIN3.i .
tmmll aTuuin B.--mnd an.ni4mi.a.1.mss In fln. tun all S.illeiur .... ,..
&f mmkini a Plan. bwrp youravlf tae nllta raw topa a couth.Brifh i for Complainant 6.1. -
can for bvf r 'r1.odd Or jroii urn "w..... tae fvrd aruin Wecery botlt fMrcAaee plane In-Utatl.THt II th. yar around.At r.tndlr. are p.ekd la IMM eartoa sad th. I
ford df.lfr in your fi4 htorfcoadilHldly* Y.ur DmttUftPRICK I eoal at lh.combliMil UMIUMOI U Me. fSJust I To Cure a Cold In One 1 Iay

2Sc elk your druggist few ItA Y rs'; t Take LAXATIVYRpONGCtIIN19ERehiea! ( I '

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LAKE BUTLER I grapefruit, if ,we couldn't produce potatoes is what we need in all parts of our Five Mile visited A. B. Surrency and Mrs. Marco I'arrlsh. He was born ir

: i Bradford county itlcoraphPaMished tomatoes cabbage, beans, cucumber -' state. It would be a simple and Inex- family Sunday. what is now Union county near Lake

I Lake Butler, June; 6-Union High and strawberries if soil. pensive'thing for In Florida to set Butler, Mr Daglass has been
=--=-: .:: -- -0-= I our us Mm. Rosa Knight of La Cross visit- a citi,err
I I and entered as school closed one of the most suteessI I would produce nothing, our land 10,000 fine trees a year for the next ted her father A. B. Surrency Satur- of Bradford and Union counties ex.

I ; weekly I fulterms of its history Mr. Sidney would Htill be worth 1,000 an acre ten years along our main highways day and Sunday. cept a few months he spent at Uniatila. .
ODd class matter, at the post D. Padgett principal, assisted by his (
I just for the wonderful climate that and a program of that sort would failed ,
office at Stark, Florida. I able corps of teachers deserves much II exists above It. transform many sections of our stat The prices on cukers have : Mr. Duglaaa is one of the most
and they are wasting in large quantities *
: credit for the of this school
I : :: success This splendid climate and the na- in a few years. By a little concerted modest- young: men of this communityand
.. B. MATTHEWS._______ ______ Own I and the good results that .
I year many tCrral beauty\ of Florida draw to Flor- effort we could plant 100,000 good Is thought well of by all who
I J. C. ROBINSON.________Mmntgint BdU r. have been accomplished. The closing Mrs. Alice Olive has returned home
da tens of thousands of visitors I trees a year for ten years and thenwe know him.MissColeon.
from visit to her daughter's, Mrs.
entertainment by primary, Intermediate a
I every year, coming from every sectionof would have something of which Lee of East Palatka. was the charming
PUBLISHED" ( and grammar grades as as
America and the world such\ men I we could be proud. I Mrs Minnie Rhynes of Five Mile young daughter of Mrs F. L. Col on.
I school out
high proved successful
very as Henry Ford, Thomas A Edison, I Fifth, while we must plant trees, visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Miss Colson is the charmln
and Most of the faculty
RATE i satisfactory. -
SUBSCRIPTION Roger Babson, William Jennings tens of hundreds of thousands of county and has lived within it since.
L. Green.
| will teach the next term of school
Par Your n___ ._ _- __ --- $1.50 and there is great hope that Lake Bryan John D. Rockefeller, whose them, we can also do good work in I R. II. Green has returned home Miss Colson has, been one of the

t Six Months -_ -_" _- -"__.___ 75c Butler High school will rank secondto wealth and position permit them to (I i certain supplementing these planting with from business trip to Jacksonville. leading young* ladies of our community -
spend their winters and summers shrubbery and flowers. Olean-
and has made a mark that
I _.. I no other school. up.
-- --- ders I
---- -- where they will, elect to come to.. periwinkles, star jasmine, I Douglass-Colsoii Ipfetiated I 1 and will be remembered

Miss Eleanor Nichseron Latin and Florida" because of its climate and kee and Macartney roses and many Mr. Johnnie Douglass and Miss Iva by all.

i I English teacher in Union High, for natural beauty. others are available. 'Colson were united in marriage by I I Mr.\ and Mrs. Douglass will reside
pant left Tuesday for her home
year The tourist crop is one of our best FIVE MILE Judge A. C. Strickland at Lake Ion Mr. Douglass' farm here.
I 1m Havana
and most profitable and yet we do Butler last Wednesday at 4 o'clockIn All of our community congraultre

Aubrey Dukes one of the Lake less to cultivate this crop than we do Five Mile, June;; 6-Miss Lucille I the afternoon.Mr. I them with many many years of hap.

I Butler hoys Is hero on a ten days fur ; any other. I Varnes left Friday for her home In'' : Douglass is one of the most piness together. .

lough. He came from Virgina. When Jacksonville. She was accompaniedby I I
Nothing will give our tourist .
N the> returns they are going to land at than her cousin Miss Norma Duke. I -
greater pleasure our ,
Boston Mass for the summer. Aubrey per-I' B. L. Duke and P. P. Dekle visited mado that tteinpt. It nusii'i i"n't
fect climate and the beautifying
I :|: has been in the Navy about two years Oscar Rimes Friday. I' good fur It, although: It linn ,
ISo." 4961 our highways. While we are been done before.Marc I
i :ioibvooffu ,
!and! has already viewed many of the Mr. and Mrs. Ardell visited This WeJBy
(Meu.oershfp In National Highway I It more attractive for our northern' r hope for the hopeless, tho
Association) i I great cities and seen many sights of friends we are adding to our own Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Drawdy, Satur ( victims or nay lever Mr. Coolidge;: .
the world. I day. I who nan a "rose void. sits for
and delight i
I pleasure
The folks Mr. and !Mrs J. or*y.t1ve minute lu an atrtlRhtr !
young gathered up at M. Dukes spent
i There at least five things to be
are I ,K ir, breathing in air mixed: : wltlichloiluti !
.01(10\ FIRST TO OBTAIN Mrs J. C. Hauler son's home Monday done in an adequate program of high Saturday in Lake Butler guests of gas.: lie leaven saylutj ''he

QUOTAThe night and had a big chicken supperin way beautification. relatives. I II trounce U gone."
1 honor of Dukes. There I Wednesday S. E. I
thul I Aubrey was First: we must see to it that our Parrish and family Chlorine gas cures cubic in men
War Department announces j large crowd, and all had H. L. Parrish I iii horsea. Wli
I|a a splendid great natural beauty is preserved. 4nd family and Mrs. I and epizootic >'
following results of a recruiting campaign time. I I D. I. Blume motored to Long Branch should It not cure, i>r at least relieve -
IThere is too much thoughtless cutting fever that tortures thousands .
conducted in the 4th Corps I Mi/a Lovena Johnson of Raiford down of magnificent old trees and enjoyed a fish fry. hay for .veekJl every year?

Area which comprises the 8 southeastern I and !Ir. Brutell Swilley of South 'along our highways. Most any fool I Dewey Duke left Sunday for Union Arthur Brisbane
Florida were quietly married at M. minutes City where he has accepted work. When Ruropeuu; nations decided, ,
states, to obtain candidates can chop down in a few a
B. Church Saturday. Rev. F. W. Mrs. B. L. Duke visited' Mrs. to take what money they could! get,
for the Citizens' Military Training (great tree that it has taken God de- MARS WILL TEACH US. from Cblna after the Boxer uprising

Camps to be held in this Area July I Cramer performed the ceremony that a des and centuries to make. The man Barbara Dukes, Sunday. HOPE FOR THE HOPELESS. the Hnlted Stares! got some of

3rd to August 1st at Fort Barrancas, ,joined them together in life-time who needlessly, cuts down a beautifultree | Bobbie Parrish and sister Miss the indemnity cnsh, and then real

Florida, Camp McClellan, Alabama, wedlock. Mr. and Mrs. Swilley have is the enemy of God and man. [ Gertrude, II. L. Parrish and family, :. .ONE GOOD DEED. ized that It was International black-

and Fort Bragg, North Carolina.On II many friends that wish them a successful What then, can we say for one who I Mr and Mrs. Claude Renfroe, visited THE GREAT DERBY. mail.China Tbe to t money<>. used was for!sent! ediicntlou back to

May 10th Louisiana led all voyage through life. sets the woods afire andburns, down relatives in Brooker, Sunday. China now thanks the United States

states of the southeast with a total Col Jim Kelley, of Madison, and hundreds of trees simply for thesakeof Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johnson motored photographs by wire isat Minister, saying that other nations
'family are spending a few days at to Baker county and spent the Sending have followed our example."So .
of 1,020, with Georgia a close second 'I ranging a few cows over the land lust perfectly successful. This
Mr. Bryant Dowling's while he Is week-end with relatives. shines a good deed in t
with 071; next comes In order Florida which does not belong to him, cows will more to the education of "
transacting some business in the 1' 807 Tennessee 709, South Carolina I city. that are worth so little to him or any- as this earth than we can realize now.Merely .
r I I| Mrs Foster Eady ,of Alachua Is guests Sunday II. II. Dowling and B. .
518, Mississippi 530 Alabama 356, one else that it would take hundreds gratifying curiosity or cap- \ The Dutch Reformed Church of

North Carolina 328. These figures<',visiting relatives and friends this of them to equal the value of a great L. Duke. turing criminals by telephotography South Africa opposes prohibition

represent the number of young men week. tree from any angle one might com- Among the weekly visitors here this little planet isn't the Important Buying : "Wine lu the gift of God

( i who have applied to attend the training I| Miss Katherine Epperson has dosed pute the cost. Let us do our best to were Job Richard of Alachua Ebrn on thing. which no one should desecrate."

,, a very successful term of schoolat Holder, of LaCross, James Thompson That church takes seriously the
camps but before any of them' save the trees in the open country. Bible statement that the founder of
be ordered to the Alachua and will spend her vaca- Second little be madeIn of Washington, Messrs! Fretwell\ and
ran camp regulations progress can What can be done on wire can Christianity by a miracle turned
require that they be inoculated tion at home. highway beautification so long as Lovett, of Lake Butler. I li 9 done through the ether that separates water Into wine, to- make a wedding

against typhoid fever and vaccinated 1 Mrs Iva Anderson and grandson, men are permitted to clutter up the 1'
against smallpox.\ Each Carl of Starke are visiting at the with signs. On I shopping in Lake Butler Monday. I II our family. preachers any the wine thus pi'>'
applicant landscape unsightly
non-alcoholic. But It
from these planetsrndio lured was It
: must turn Into the C. M. T. C. Olllccr, home of Mr. and Mrs.; J. Frank Ben one stretch of eight miles of the Dixie |I I Mr.\ and Mrs. B. L. Duke were shopping We shall portraits Ret showing faces of likely that wedding guests 'onl,1!,I

Ked Hock Building Atlanta, Ga. a nett. ''Highway in Florida one finds nearly ) in Dukes Monday. I their .trllnjte hibutltants mid I radio have considered thnt a mini.. !

certificate from hid lecture that he Miss JoHltj Bennett has returned ixty signs advertising someone'scure Claude Renfroe and Marcus Dekle "blue' prints" from Slurs showing worth while?

has been home ufter spending several days at were business visitors to Brooker, us how to dig canals to store the
inoculated and l vaccinated. ,: for chilblains and malaria. An intern tit the oreiuwheu frost, The Senate Committee of Auri-

(, The order of arrival of these ('ertlfi.I Keystone Heights. While there she inspiring and memorable sight for the Monday. ruii .m1 attrition make this earth culture rejected the Ford hid for

tides from doctors determines the was guest of Miss Margaret Heiberg- eyes of the residents and the tourist. Mr. and !Mrs. D. I. Blume had as Ijcrfevtl'! round leaving' no natural Muscle Shoals by a rote of 10 to o.

I t order in which they will be sent to er.trhe 1 Recently in Orange and Lake Coun- !guests Sunday Rance Parrish, J. L. cavities to bold the water. That Isn't final, but It shows how Ii
Simpson. Mr. and climcult! it Ix to i got anything
truck Mrs. S. E. Parrish
growers are shipping
ties Florida than 5,000 unsightly -
camp more
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I It I! them earth were absolutely through In WashliiKtoiI! ometlme+
-- --- peas, beans, Irish potatoes, cucumbers signs have been removed from the j I i PINE HILL round. us It will he lu a few million It Isn't quite so dllUciilt if ther,'

t THEaE sAt 'and squash (in large quantities and highways by the road crew and other ywirs, the ocunn would cover It In a "little Mack bUll" wltli the right I

: 'getting good prices. ''good citizens. i A party was given at the home of trout a nub deep everywhere. We kind of lining In the oiling.
June 30
--Mr. and Mrs most..' kuiw how to prevent thnt.Iars. }
D. C. I'owe11&11.1\ children of Larkin Healthy The highways\ belong to, us all and Mrs. T. L. Colson's Saturday night ? tens of millions of years older Wall Street! men will discover

1 are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. baby is the most valuable !'each one of us has as good a right to In honor of Miss Minnie Cason and taco Earth, will reach us by radio. that Secretary, Mellon who bail no .

C. A. Youngblood. 'asset any community can produce. take down unsightly signs on thehighway Mis Glnd'-< 'Give It1 fair chance. else has to Aui ," those who attended 11'I tent smimlH preposterous re- off tbe national expenditureswill
as some one put were
Dan Forsyth of Pennsylvania I meiuher. what jon would. have sohltW"lItJ' ea lI1ml\ a way to lluanca the
arrived here Saturday to visit her I "A forest saved Is a forest raised 'up such signs. If a few hundred more Miss, Erma Chester and Reddick years ago, If you had. been Holdiers' bouns.!
father K. C. Ileibcrger. good citizens would stop and take Anahls, Floyd Chester' and Norman laid that a i readier' In Clitpngo _
forest fires.
Mr. J. W. Thompson of -prevent -Slogan of the down these signs along the highwayswe Wiggins of New River, Malcum roi.ie day woiiltl lie' heard in Las Tens of Iende gather: at
Kemp, Ga. American Forestry Association. '{ would Harrell and N. G. Hayes of Bradford Angeles/ mid. :Newfoundland. la tha"IIM1 Louisville.\ Kentucky, all exriteOenirer ,
1 + soon see great improvement
was a pleasant visitor
Monday at the ,
i nil KUCOItd. Hiiernlatlne. !hotting> on "ti!,"
I .home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Young- 1 LET'S: BEAUTIFY OUR GOOD in all parts of our state. Ir"l1tl11l'rl..nn Derhy" 'l'h@11,
blood, leavlngTuesday for his home ROADS I A few weeks ago the Orange County Fred Green attended church at ice"mblican' "gentlemen that tried nlng Horse will get S.'iO.ow.() rr,
,I Sardis Sunday frame up" Senator Wheeler, a* half the that ,
In Georgia after visiting his beautification commission notified .4 money a /Rood JocKi!
son in i A fish ooirnpt ,detectives once In a whiI"frane"'I \) earns In a Week jon can
buy anluitomnhlle
Pulatka. I Florida was convinced long ago of an oil company which had been post- fry was enjoyed by several ilctlni when they need a \ that will run tw, ,

Mrs. W. J. Stafford of Larkins; is the value of good roads but we are Ing the streets and highways of the families of this community Saturday 3
visiting friends here, just awakening to a realization of the state with signs that the sentimentin ''at the Scout Hole. Montana who thought that copper Cover get tired. Speed In horses

II. B. Moorer was possibility of beautifying our highIways. this county was against that sort I Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Clemons of si-mid control the state ami the ni> longer mruna anything lI prl1l.
transacting Jacksonville Men In Washington, who thought); oil Racing, betting horse excitementwill
This is of defacing tho highways and that it attended church at New
business in Palntka naturally our
next step.
Saturday. : both dln-
control the Nation
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;' Messrs C. A. Youngblood, J. W. This great state of ours has many | wa, certain to hurt the-sale of that Hope also visited the former's liked: Wheeler and ,decided to put time to net over anthing the

Thompson, B. C. I'owe1E.\ E. Sibley, 'I wonderful assets, our citrus fruits are particular brand of oil more than It ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clemons.par-I bun In lull They will wish before' have !been doing for a thoulII&lId.

motored over to the State Farm the juciest and. finest raised In the |would help it if they posted Orange Mr. and Mrs Forest Drandy of the thing is over that they hadn't years.

,e Monday.Mr. I world, put vegetable and berry pro. (i! County as they had some neighboring I' ------ - -- --- I -- ----- ------
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Ralph Greon"and sister, Miss ducts cannot be surpassed, our phosphate an i ,
Gladys .of Hampton visited Miss I lumber and fish mean much to 'I immediate reply to their protest from rill goads Lead to Cleveland and G. O. 1'. Convention .

l ( Wilma May Sunday. us, but greater than these are three the southeastern manager of the company ,
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f Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley, Mrs. tremendous assets which we sometimes saying that they did not under t 1 1'v

H. E.: Moorer and little daughter, forget: Our boys and girls stand the sentiment of the people and

+ Lynell, Nealio Youngblood Arthur growing into strong man and woman- that they certaily would not spoil our

\ Moorer and Elmer Powell were shopping hood, our matchless climate and the highways with their advertising mat

In Hampton Saturday. natural beauty of this great state in ter. A letter of the right kind to the

which live. advertiser will usually get relief.
II. E. :Moorer was a visitor to we

Jacksonville Monday. It has been said that If we couldn't Third, the county commissioners Iv

p raise an orange, a tangereni nor a should at once settle on the width of
Never yet has there been a hot dry the highway and this Information

F spell that was not broken in due time should be give wide publicity. Our

by cooling thirst-quenching rains. r First i Bonus 1a j commissioners set the center of the a a Wedewotth
a V a ,, t oFNewYOrk
road, Riving fifty foot right of way. I N t
1 'I The notified w hoF
jJ'-1 people were through the I ttte

press some six months ago and during ;i.. w h t cull a+. tonventonk ,
I that time some forty-five miles of
fences have been set back to this line"

I I If Florida Candidate and new fences set where they shouldbe.

Many owners have replaced old

!'SN fences with new and attractive ones,

lp I, 3ir ,,. 1 : some have painted the fences white

:and at least one has used more colors.
: Fourth, a program of tree planting s ;;S a "
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I mv-.nMlarMV, .IJf I PAZO OINTMENT f li. of the Wtersu Ilurnu, rol ,.lufo murdered before ransom conld b* Cleveland O.-Politics rule Cleveland today with the <3. O.
loouv* luifciua- BtMMl cUu4' tie ProcnMioM ]'"=.. passage :, the kill o'er Hilt Frew- paid. A reward of no.ooo Is offered. Republican N.ttonal Committee on- the sane P. Elephant In anXin.role. WIth th
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