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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 13, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME FORTY-FIVE STARKE:FLORIDA, Fill DAY. JUNE 13. 1921 7 NUMBER FIFTY:ONF

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J.I New Revenue Law Means CONGRESS INCREASING ADOPTS NAVAL BILL WARSHIPS I CATTS HERE CHARGE ALTERED BALLOTS IN PRIMARY 'Southerner Highly Praised


; : Provides for 8 Scout Cruisers and Ex-Governor Sa8 Slick Artist Cheat

Reduction of $361,000,000 Several Coal Burning Battleships. I ed Him. ; By Tennessee's! Governor


Washington, June 5.-The bill auth- Jackllonvill"j' 6.-A leaflet .
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The new revenue law scheduled orizing construction of eight scout I circulated hero today, bearing the I Memphis, Tenn., Juno 5.="It waif a --
cruisers and conversion of several
down federal taxes to the lowest level | "Battles Nature" \ coal burning battleships to oil burners printed signature of "Sidney J. Cults I Southern born man, an American I Nominates Coolidge -

since the start'of the j candidate for governor," charged unfair who
{ war. was paced by the senate tonight action -, I president pledged fat its (tho

Individual income taxpayers are II 1 was taken in the time required practices hud been resorted to ;In World War) success nil the u-li u'cumulations < _,.4,. -'

given the greatest! relief although 1 1v,2 I for the clerk to read the title. some counties in counting tho votesin of our country's strength -

moat of the remaining special war I The measure was recommended by Tuesday's primary. -- jof men and money and led it to vu-

' excise taxes either are wiped Off the the to Woodrow Wilson Horn
not
(, navy department as necessary "We take this means," the state- tory. was
statues or reduced.At 'bring the American navy up to the to did. When the war cloud rolled

the same time the law creates standard I established. as a part of the ment read "of notifying you that tho over the beleaguered earth in' sul-
ballot box stutters and
two new taxes-on gifts and MahJong ([country's naval policy. It Already had : nighthawks phuroUH and blackest dun, he was the
of Florida have their
sets- and increases the rate of passed the house and now goes to the politics changed beacon light on a hill to which the

taxes on estates and playing cards. president;. I style of operation from the old way 'stricken' nations" turned like storm
i of into the ballot boxes and
Likewise fbe( administration provi I Several senators who have expressed going tossed mariners, and, u thousand years .
changing the second choice
sions are revised to plug gaps in the s 'k'c opposition to the construction votes i hence hm name will shirt, and his
which Cutts In the Knott. I
old law for tax evasions and consider- j measure were not on the floor when exposed spirit will walk the earth in glory

able additional revenue is expectedas the vote was taken and there was Catts cumpaing, to having a slick artist 'glory and in light." Bind former Governor -
I call the votes and in of
a result. ;said to be a possibility that reconsideration place Malcolm R. Pattoron, of Tennessee t. y

The net reduction which Is estimated of the vote might be attempted Cutts or Jennings, call Martin, and peaking before the United

the bill will make in govenment revenue I tomorrow.Not then have an accomplice to change the ,Confederate\ Veterans.I .
tickets at leaving be-
for the next fiscal year, begin- a voice was raised in opposition hind. once, no truce I The tenor of Mr. Patterson's address -

ning July 1st, is $361,000,000 but the to the measure which authorizes wan a thanksgiving that he ill''

full effect of the tax' relief afforded "" 'i construction and repair work estimated "This is reported to have been done a Southerner und of prune for the r
In six or large counties in the
will not be shown in government receipts > \ to cost at least $111,000,000. In seven Southern soldier of the Civil war

until the following year whenit .* addition to the construction of the state this time and, accounts for some whom he characterized as "man forman '
large changes in votes to Mr. Martin'
is It estimated the reduction will .: 1ROOA.Ta 'eight 10,000 ton cruisers costing $11- tho bravest most unselfish soldier
column and this article U
noti-
amount to more than 100000000. I I I lido Cole lOO.OOtJ each exclusive of armament to who ever marched to the frontof
society girl of Call. fy the people of the state that unlessI
Changes ordered in the taxes excise :, fornla and /New York dressed tn and the conversion into oil burners of bll ttlt.."
am beaten I will\ .. G
rates go into effect after thirty gown and eU1 slippers, six first line battleships, the navy department fairly not stand 'j "I know of no better reason," ho
days'i plunge into the wilds of New Jersey for it and, do not think it right to let M. L. Burton President of Mlchen .
Of course the provision for a per ; would have authority to Raid, "why I should be elected for
'' to that she could battlenature these ballot box stutters and University, delivered the address .
prove nighthawks '' <
cent reduction on income taxes pay- proceed with the building of six gunboats thin address than that I am tho son' Coolidge
and subsist without President
provisions of Florida politics change the (I nominating -
able this year is effective immediately or equipment. Discussion costing $700,000 each for use of a Confederate soldier and a Con- ;, at Cleveland. Tile choice of
vote of tho '
{ while the cuts made in the individual j started at a house p,rty. She was I in Chinese waters. The repairs to battleships people I federate mother, who cherished hU. Burton to deliver the speech was a

Income taxes are effective as of Jan- followed by Coas. Carter Motherguest. would include additional pro- "This is an appeal for fair playas linage an a possession far above the ( surprise, a* he had never been active ;
.' the only for In .
means voters whose
votes peltUos.UNOFFICIAL
uary 1 this year on taxes which are tection against aircraft and submarine distinction of Inherited wealth and a '!

payable next year. attacks. are being discounted by ballot box richer jewel than any other earthly
4 stutters and also to notify citizens if
' The following changes are orderedin CONGRESS REVIEW Efforts made unsuccessfully In- the honor." I TABULATION OF
fair play Is not carried this
the Income taxes: I house ,to incorporate a provision for out political Homage to the women of the Confederacy RESULTS IN ('ONGRESSIONAL "
"
battle has
just begun it added.
A 25 per cent reduction on taxes Washington, June 7.-The sixty- i gun elevation on thirteen battleshipswere was paid feelingly,, by Gov- RACE

payable this year. i eighth congress which ended its first not renewed in the senate. HAMPTON ernor Patterson In Riving them credit j Clark Green Msj).

i General revision of both the normal session has furnished excitement for the inspiration under which the 'Alahua __ 515liak.r
tonight, IM2 2,077
JUNIOR It. Y. P. U. PICNIC AT
Hampton, June 13-Mr. and Mrs.J. .
and surtax rates, amounting to a 50 Southern soldiers fought."What |
__ 141 4tH 550liradfonl
debate
sensation, bitter partisan KINGSLEY LAKE n
V. Jones
mother
Mrs.
Jones
per cent cut on taxes levied against. Wiley rare and splendid women __ 3111 667 211. 1

incomes of $8,000 and under. and laternal party strife of a Members of the of the Junior B. Y. motored to St. Augustine last Sunday lived. in those wonderful days that aro Columbia 1)85) 1.102 607

p An additidnal reduction of 25 percent character not witnessed in the capital I P. U. spent last Thursday afternoon I passed," ho said. "Probably there Uixlo __u 211 450 230ilamilton :
in
which may be made on earned Six months many years.and four constituted I at Klckhtcr's landing, Kingsley; lake, Rev. McGuric-of I'ulatka, preuth- never wits produced< days
's Incomes. For purposes on this reduc- the life ofXhe session and for I'I the occasion being tho annual picnic ed at the Church: of Christ last Sunday womanhood than the old > South Jefferson, 371 876 490IaaFayotte !

tion all Incomes of $5,000 and under practically all of that time the mem- lof this young people's organization. morning and evening. The Subject nourished and protected. befc re the 212 I 500 31)1

? are defined as earned. The cut may be bership divided attention between the About twenty-five enjoyed this pleas used for the evening service was i I Civil war. It_ was an era of courtesy Levy ..--. 3M l.i3) 1)1101I )

made only on incomes up to 10000. ant afternoon swimming and boating. and good breeding and virtue and nrion
floors of the house and senate and the "Baptism Esentful to Salvation. lie I __. OGI J.I/H/ 405!

Exemption for heads of families committee where cabinet officers I handled his subject with great ability I Christian character. It wax u time Madison __ 261 I.OSIS 821Nn""u
rooms FORD) DISPLAY WEEK
with incomes of $5,000 and over is when knighthood wa in flower and
and their assistants and. and made It very interesting to a __ 310 '717 31J4Suwftnneo !
Increased from $2,000 to $2,500 the army chilvalry ruled the day and when
yet
navy officials and a host qf others I June 16th to the 23rd,, inclusive, large audience 782 1.270 488
same as now allowed heads of fami-\ the test came the lirno wh"n souls
in review before of has been designated as the genuine Taylor ___ 3U ..167 853
lies with incomes of and under. passed a group Mrs. O. L. of Starke visited voro tried in the furnace these
$5,000 I Itaiuiley, fiery
committees which I Ford Special Item Display Week, andMessrs Union ____ 180 JJJ( : : 41""
No change is made in present law allowing investigating kept I friends and relatives here last women who wera profeckcd, mi whom ,
Andrews & will -
Wainwright -
of $1,000 for single Washington and the country tingling Monday.R. even the wind! of heueveii
an exemption not
were
with the thrills they furnished. I Join in the observance of this special TOTALS 6OtlO lI, lH 7,6111
allowed to blow too became
persons. I roughly,
I During the peroid two cabinet of- week, as will Ford dealers in every I E. Burke, of Waldo, was tho :
The miscellaneous and excise taxes more than Spaituit In faith and cour. W. C. T. U. MJiKTINtt:
ficers were forced out of offiVf and the section of the country. guest of friend hero this week.A. '
and the amount of No wonder the Southern soldier
repealed revenue age.
f two houses locked horns repeatedlywith During this week the display window I The W. C. 1' U. held their annual
Involved was willing 'fight; did with such
are: A. Durden and family motoredto o : am
of local firm will
the
big
the fiscal carry a
president over le"lsla- Flower Mission and Relief meetingat
Telephone and telegram an inspiration ; know how useless it
messages tion. assortment of repair parts, tools, bat Sunny Side Punch last Sunday.
$34,000,000 beverages is to Inveigh the Club House Tuesday afternoon.
; $10,000,000; n;juiAjt bongo or hojo ,
. The Mellon tax bill born. teries, emergency kits spark plugs,
candy $13,000,000; knives, dirks daggers | was during bulbs Mr. Ira Adams, of Tallahassee, In I to stay endless proIM of time, but all: Six ladies gave a program covering -
the session, only to be discarded for etc. 'I
etc. etc. the guest of his father Frank Adams. this is not enounh t if'
liveries .
$30,000; $140- the Simmons-Democratic plan which Stop by this garage during the deprive mo every phase of "Wayslda Minis
000; hunting, shooting and riding garments the wish that we nut, morn than memories tries", vision of the
giving a new opportunities
D. W.
President Coolidga signed after disap- ,I week of Junee 16th to 23rd and see Moore and family, of Thcressu -
$180,000; yachts and motor left of Mm ndi/idiiality, the for service that come to
i proving some of Its provisions. I Home of the parts that go into the I were business visitors here this
boats (sale) $319,000; carpets, rugs, The making of fliver. week. ; courage und tho high ininiiedneaii tif I' u.i day by day. Mrs. G. C. Sweat
drastic immigration law including your I'
trunks purses, $1,800,000; drafts and j I tho old South mil )eyonl all else that 'Superintendent of the department,
its exclusion '
1 promissory notes, $2,150,000 theatres, Japanese pro- I CELEBRATION FOR 70TII BIRTH 'Mrs. W. A. Saxon; and son, W. A. more of the womanly dignity, the gave her report of 0 month work '

shows, circuses, (for space), .$!,- books.visions was placed on the statue I YEAR AT WORTIIINGTON Jr., of Deerfield are visiting here thin reserve and modesty of the $Southern I to date: I 0 visits to sick persons! 32

600,000.In I week, maid and matron had nurvived to thin bouquets; 41 delicacies; 38 Scripture -
: The soldiers' bonus law was enacted Program for the eelebration of the i
addition numerous other excise day and generation. Text cards, and t (letters were sent to
vetoed and reenacted over veto birth year of those who are 70 years Mr. Revels, of Monticello arrived
The
taxes are reduced. Theater tickets of I part played by Southern men the sick and shutina. Flowers and
The Bursum pension bill for civil war of age during 1924 to meet at Worth- here this. week. lIe will assist in superintending -
fifty cents and under are exempted; In the formation of the republic was j,dainties were distributed In town
veterans met executive disapproval as Florida July 4 next. of the hard
ington Springs, surfacing '
Automobile trucks, the chassis of graphically portrayed, by the speaker after the mtllll Unlt.
did the postal salaries Increase bill. Invited. road.
wTTfch sell for $1,000 or less and the ,1 Every body "Washington move at the head of The Union adjourned until September.
Farm legislation, embodied in half 12:30 Enrollment of
names.
bodies for $100 or less, are exempted dozen which into !Miss Mary Pearce, Is In Valdostathis I the great procession nu sulJ, "which I .
a measures were 12:45 Introduction.
put -
from the 3 per cent tax; while the 5 i : week, the guest of her aunt Mrs. contains the scarcely len niiifust lig- I '.
shape early in the session, failed 12:55 Invocation.
per cent levy on automobile tires Thomas. I urea of Jefferson and Marshall and 'LIFT'till

parts and accessories is cut in half. i,of enactment, although efforts were 1:00: A birth day dinner of what is Madison who ministered at the birth I I II.M: ;"'
continued for it i June :) and Mrs. It. B.
up to the last hour brought to make it.
Miss Stella Cloverxettle : 'I' ;
Articles selling for $30 or less and of Ther- :lot the young republic an I wile stamped
I Likewise, no railroad legislation of I 2:00: A group picture of the boys the i IThomas and little daughter, Hazel
watches selling for $60 or less are exempted rasa was guest of her sister, Mrs. its destiny with thu soul of their
from the 5 per cent jewelrytax great importance was placed on the and .girls of the Civil War by Hoover C. G. barmier I genius. Litter on at a crurlnl und needled | spent Tuesday with their. brother II.

statue books. This legislation however Brothers of Starke, Florida -- : E. Thomas. of Brooker.I .
time
also and Andrew
musical appeared Jackson
as are surgical and much other was put into 2:30 Oration. Subject:' "These Or. Biggs, of Starke was a profesional I Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Lewis, and little
Instruments, eyeglasses, spectacles, i : la different, type from the older "tateaI -
position where! It can be taken up at Boys and Girls and Their Day.- yisitor here this week. I! son Johnie spent Tuiwluy at New
silver plated flat table ware and ar- men, "whose rugged form and amt will
',the next session with much of the By Col.\ Bob Rogers, of Ocala, Fla. I { River .
ticles used for religious purposes. The Senior II. Y. P. U. i stood as a defense against all foes
( i W. M. Hodges of New [Ulver
work of spent
I hearing and investigation 3:15 of 70
Oration "On Top
: :
each sale onI years The of the union and whose I
tax of two cents on $100 following program was rendered survives anJ
completed. Col.\ Bob Rogers of Ocala Fla. i i Monday here with friends.
By
produce exchanges is cut in half. by the Senior B. Y. P. U. last career are growing in interest and es-
| U. M. Howling and C. C. Johns of
Muscle Shoals
I I a question which 4:00: Dismission Song: "I am "
The tax on playing cards was increased Sunday evening at 7.30. i teem with every parsing iluy. next
has been in the forefront now for Bound for the Promised Land." I I Starke were greeting friendhere
l.eadtr-MI8I came hU praise of Mr. Wilson.
from eight to ten cents a Ada NImmo.
many months, once more went over G. W. S. WARE Sec.a Monday.Mr. .
pack. i Subject The Good Shepherd. Reference I After all these yeears," aid Governor -
.
for settlement at the December nti Walton demons and Mr. W.
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The same bracket of amounts to'' > Democrat, Senator Smith of South the 23 Pialm. <, Patterson, "Of restored unity
Harnage and Mr. Adams of Rising
which the estate tax is applied in the ,sion.One of the important factors In the ,Carolina as the 'head of the senate interstate Son, Where He Lead Me I Will 'and fraternal feeling, It would be use- were visiting friends, here one day

present law are retained by the rates I work of the session was the balance commerce committee. In the Foliow. I j+less and perhaps not in good t..ato last week.

are increased so that the maximumis i of power held by.the insurgent group I house again Joining with the Democrats Sentence Prayers, Lead by Prof. 1 j(t to fpeak of tho cause or cauies of the P. W. Lewis wait a visitor to Brook

40 per cent on amounts of $10,000j j i headed by Senator LaFollette, it forced.a revision of the rules. Lawhorne, and closed by Mrs. II. B. :,'war' between the states but no taint er Tuesday.

000 and over instead of 25 per cent. Repub-I The constitutional right of West. of treason can attach to our Southern
Iican Wisconsin. This group congressto 'I Opal Lewis and sister, Iva Mae,
It is estimated this increase will bring''son of the close rattlo between the I investigate government depart- Song, Joy Bells. |( Headers or to those who followed spent Tuesday with Miss. Ollle Kelley.

lit $12,000,000 annually additional rev- never; The dally reading" was conducted them. It was not that they loved the
j i Democrats and Republicans! in both ments was exercised to a greater Little Miss Inex Lewis of Brooker
l bunion
) by t The Bible Reading Leader Miss' lees, but they loved their state
enue. extent. Beginning early with the
{houses, wielded a powerful Influence. spent Sunday hero with Iva Mae
The its Wilma Alexander.The I I more. It I Is Inconcievable that the descendants -
new gift tax, imposed authors Joining with the Democrats it seated :Teapot Dome inquiry senate committee i Lewis.

said, merely as a compliment to Investigated Attorney General Shepherds Psalm-Mrs. II. D'I of men who had almost lit- I Mr. and Mr*. Erwin Dyal of Graham -

the estate tax and to check evasions 1: The new tax on Mah Jong sets Is Daugherty' ; the Internal revenue bureau -! Weest. erally created the union to wish Its | spent Sunday with their parents

of the latter, carries the same rates 10 per cent, and It is estimated that Russian recognition; the election EzekIel Sings to the Shepherds. !destruction, and what were thought Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. .

as the revised estate tax. It allows an this will result, in collection of about I of Senator Mayfield of Texas; Tare-Mr. Oscar Tate. ||I compelling reasons of good faith and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hines of Gainesville .

exemption of 50000. '12,000,000 annually, although accurate the existence of propaganda touching Sins of Fflse Shepherds-Arthur ,' honor could alone justify and did Just. spent the week here with their

Also numerous other exemptions statistic are not available for ;the United States; foreign relations, Wilson. 'ify i their withdrawal." parents, !Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Prescott

would be allowed including gifts to such calculation. |I charges of land frauds In Texas; God our Good Shepherd-CarrlneWhe After a tribute to the civil war

public purposes and charitable, educational :. The new normal tax rates on Individual medical diploma "mills," and many "'l r. leaders Including Grant Mr. Patter- 'lea the chilly blasts of winter coma!

and religious organizations.The 1! incomes are two per cent on I other subjects. The Good Shepherd a Guide-Mrs. ion spoke this farewell "to the warrior ''and are swiftly gathering across the

tax will be levied on the donor incomes of $4,000 and under; four percent I On the house side the shipping W. B. Alexander. I In gray: I I river in the shadows of the spirit

nd>against the total amount of the '' on incomes between $4,000 and I board, the bureau of engraving and Bringing Back the Lost-Beulah I I "The sun U linking low In the west, I land. Over the water, clean and low

gifts during the year This goes into $3,000 and six per cent on incomes 'printing) prohibition and many other Wheeler. their steps are faltering the shadowsare floats the bugle call, and some wearied

effect as of last January 1. The rate above that amount. The surtax rates such subjects were inquired into. Some Lesson We May Learn-V. lengthening twilight Is deepening <
would \tart at one per cent on gifts range from 1 per cent on incomes be- Reports on the oil investigationhave Wheeler. D'I| and soon the last soldier who i burden and<
toot in excess of 50000. It is estimated f Itween $10,000 and $14,000 to 40 per been submitted but on most of Song We are Marching Onward to < Wore the /gray will fall asleep and I waiting there where there shall be M 1

this tax will bring in $2,000,000 (',tint on incomes of more than the others finding have yet to be Zion. I I.Benediction rest in endless glory. Like leaves In'Tno more alarm of war, no more *or*

revenue annually. $300,000. made public. By Leader, auturnn.tbay are falling one by one :I grow t no more parting lonnr.rabfrnb ."




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JUNE 13 1923.
BRADFORD COC""YY TELEGRAPH. STAEKE.? FLORIDA FRIDAY. .

un BIT _
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., r .- .1 an iced ear ;;--- ADVICETOTHEAGED ;'would not let their land lose a minute ;|I Beggarweed gather nitrogen from
| 1-I'A.
I
.. trci f.Fametir..b re..firsb.wd. :
I' of roasting-ear corn ; .. lu.t. ..rPe avg.Tutt's they would see more prosperty. Too tie air and store it in the leave,

., i FARMERS and FARMING :KisehxuBee. This ; man;: farmers work only during the ,1101 and root. It also adds a lot of
in the exchange : I Pills 1
the other time
crop season and rest humus when turned under.


j I t FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE" INVITED TO u.'liTRIBGTEI : I II hours FLORIDA before I I -a- ,a.e.eeis.M..e;; iy r.iaw.:-.w liw e.-=1 I u.ata.&lIy dream- pohr--!

METHODS FOUND' I Ii 1 here
AND
FARM EXPERIENCES R !|
I ARTICLES oP I /' 15 month from Decem cal dreams "iinr o"i. account:: ,
period
'j
.
i TUBE BEST SUITED TO OUR CO I;NTY but would not Ilk.to; p.wh the tn.na!
i 1,1 Sarasota March 31 1924. Week
30. 1C/22. to This "invite litic4i
l. O4 e
---- <-o far as to j
l\:..==-__ :_ -.-=:; -- I contract for new j jWestville InV1l11t-C-= 'chaps to one's own club don't: yoi:
IN THE SOIL reult Harold Mowry, horticulturistof | : < let for addi- know. We really; have: an Atntr-
WATER '
HOLD THE the Florida Experiment Station -More to St. Mary's borne. I' can aristocracy t. poor thing, but

Si Smith and Ben Strickland passed whose main is along these lines, has of Irish potatoes : I! our own. -
vested in Holmos ;| .... -New packing house of
i wy bouse yesterday going fishing. ,: the following to say in this connection I I The Methodists with "going for-
Associa- ,
Gus Weeks was over at my place and : : Palatka$360,000 '; : County Cooperati ward" for th..:r keynote, vote 5 to

they'tiled to get Gtus to go with them );i The planting t/t trees or shrubs 11.. improvement to beginaoperation. i iI 1 in their general conference to lift

But he .was too good a farmer for j too often delayed until the proper I I 1900 a 5,000 horse power hydro- the The ban old: on rule dances!was no and amusement theatres.

a that. He hnows that just because it ,1 season for planting Is past. The starting Saraaota unit was considered a great i "except those! which can be used in

r -doesn't: rain and the grass doesn't '! of plant growth in the spring always i Sarasota under way.Okoochobee .,. Today there are being'I- By Arthur Brisbane the came of the Lord Jesus." Now-

groA quite so much in no excuse to ;, brings inquiries as to whetheror : -W. | 70,000 horse power units that I amusement as and education: religion and can religionare be kept

top cultivation.To not it ts too late to transplant a the same amount of water former separate schools.
erof large lumber USED CARS FOR EUROPE. separate in public:
keep down grass and weeds is few trees or plants of some particular recently purchased ': by seven 5,000 horse pow- ;

one .reason for cultivation but it is variety. These would be planters,' lands this 1,, A TEXT FOR FORD. Charles H. Mayo great surgeon,
in : :
pine
not the only reason. If it dOtSD'tr.iD' ': having let the best time for plantingslip I says cancer will be conquered
1 WHAT IS A CAREER?
ties, to erect 'I "
t f we must cultivate to bold what 1>y, are forcibly reminded by the I McNary reforestation bill now i I "within a few years. Already
;
here construction cent of cancers -
; COCKTAIL seventy to eighty: per
'. I moisture is in the soiL The thing to ;, sight of new leaves and blooms that: weeks It U the Senate considered the best j: THE JUDGE'S can be cured "if taken in

r J do U to form a dust mulch over the another season's opportunity for' I I[ produced so far and back- I I tme." Remember that overeatIng .

o field. This U just loose dirt over the planting is almost gone. Miami- by all interests, is I liable to become When the automobile arrived is one of the principal causes

r, I surface of the field and can be form "If the planting of a grove or orchard -! of S250.000 Young ,, broughams old-fashioned etc-carnages became, Victorias worthless of clear cancer clean Keep, full your of energy: system, and light it,

ed by shallow plowing. The rain is even a small family orchard 'o and Academy of a man has securities represent here and a market was found for will deal with the diseases that at-

1 just coming in spots now and when it Is contemplated for next season, start! Joseph, to begin $1,000 he wants them locked them in South America where they tack it. .
1
up
does it is so light that it doesn't now toward getting the soil in the : did not give up horses and carriages Overloaded it is helpless.
fire-proof vault but he houses
,
amount to D'dleh.'hen it's dry this best condition possibly by planting aover I. S.rasotaNew so easily.
1 I under construction. family in an infIamable tenderbox Lately the American problem has Miss Gildersleeve dean of Bar
way the sun pulls the water up out of' crop of cowpeas, velvet beans :I tells the girls that
,I never worries his head about pre- been "how to get rid of secondhand nard College,
the soil. !: or other legume. This cover crop, Bunnell- Irish I! Rochester New York i,, automobJes." Europe, it marriage is not ENOUGH for
A. long as the particles of soil are ,,I when plowed under, will put the soil from here averaged ; seems will help solve that problem.A women now. Each girl must havea
touching the water keeps rising and' as well as increase the fertility by I I career, as well as a husband.
week.
i! during one > company, formed to ship secondhand : What IS a career ? Beethoven'sjob
evaporating. If the ground is stirred, adding humus and nitrogen.. The fairly sound American with a cars to Europe sends was music. Michel Angelo'swas

the particle.,are loose and the water I I grower will be amply repaid for his Dade City- decent respect for the constitu over bargains by the shipload art Did not !their mothers

does not rise. This plowing must be I I labor and expense by the increase: I house to be built is better material for filling an Money is not as plentiful there aa have a career when. they created .
because the soil it is here. The "used car," at a them! Or must they also paint
done often however, vigor of the plants resulting from this public position than is the
Sarasota-Cigar whittled down price, is attractive. pictures and write music T Is not
packs fast.Ordinarily. ],soil treatment. tablished. follower of some particu Unloading: of used cars abroad: the creator" aa great as the thing
the rains do not start "Planting usually should be com- brand of partisanship. will be a good thing for Europe created?
' until late in June and such fellows : pleted by January 1. Some reasons Orlando-Orange I which needs: economy and a good Mothers are the creators men

as SI Smith will wait until then to I II why planting should be done n whiter of commerce : Is'said that Beo Franklin, never thing:! far the Unite 1 Mates where are only the product depending
I says minute. He had a daily! sched- mJijons: need "a bigger or betterc for their fame on what their
begin really working on their crops or spring and not in summer are: let California make I a ." mothers give them.
1 and will lay-by before they have to i. that he followed. If more farmers
"The shock of transplanting is lessened row is the time to I I
11, t do much work. The result will be a as plants are generally In a own horn. Come I The Senate Agricultural Com- It would horrify you to read
+ yield cut down by lack of moisture domant condition. I I mittee. 11 to 6. voted against about a female gorilla capturing
crop more I are reasonable!
Ford's Muscle Shoals: otter" and youag girl skinning her, to us. the
that could hare been held in the "The soil is thoroly settled and standing room only : took up Senator Norris's bill. skin as sandals. That never hap
} soil and by weeds that could have plants become established with root prices." Take Senators that refused Ford's pened. But European ladies are
%4. been destroyed. I growth well started before the usual offer are hurting farmers and hurting having\ sandals made of the "soft
I(I
themselves. But that doesnt and pliable" skin of monkeys guaranteed -
when the Frostproof-State
It.
no use plow up grass spring drought and
occurs consequently "
console Ford who must now find not "squeak.. In a gorilla -
ground is wet unless it is well cover do not suffer as severely as improved to Haines his consolation to the 146th Psalm. that would shock 1>>. It', all
;t ed because it will not die. It takes when late planted Verse 8 is especially recommended: right for a lady.
Stuart-
) J.f' sunshine to kill grass. On the other ?j "The early buyer get the choice of County "Put not your trust in princes, -
$42,000 for road nor in the son of man, in whom R.becca West, an intelligentyoung
is taken it I i I
hand if the not out
grass ,the nurseryman's stock.: He gets va- "
there is no help. ]t'ngpj.hq writer back In London -
1 will use up the water that the plant :jrieties wanted which means he secures Sarasota-Site I I The unreliable son of man In this tells of a judge in the Middle
should get and It takes a lot of moisture l. the best stock. pital donated to 1 I ease seems to be Mr. Coolidge West "who danced f the tango with

to make a good crop.RATH I "The percentage of loss from transplanting constructed within : na.a saes saeI passion rarely exhibited in public
Chlorine gas that wiped! out battalions placee. And afterward. gave me a
-- ----- I is lessened.
I Webster- in the great war will be wonderful cocktail made of a brand
I STEAL FROM AND I I, used on a bigger seals ot destruction of whit. ire oat of a silver flask
KILL CHICKENS: I'Ol.sON tt..bltu..1 ton.eipattmi eared organization, opens against germs of influenza! the sue of the Ascot: Cu?." -
I to 14 to 31 Days : liver pneumonia and other disease. At his Invitation she sat on the
if' a Rats steal. ri-7;; bag of chickenfeed I 'I.A./.-tOO WITH PEPSIN" U a specialI !*- Sarasota for the That's a better war. bench with him next Jay and saw

and how much of it do the rats I I froJreUSylrtpTnnie r-Luxa.ivo Mantua'Coiuulr make $:;00,000 I Beware of Imitation. Demand h bun fine a oolored lady seventy-
:: alien It relieves proutpclr but eluding erection of Exclusive clubs In New York de five old. 150 for carrying a
I .
rears
eat? It has been said j
on place the in 1 Oc and 35c package
your genuine
should b*! taken regularly for 11 to 2! day dance pavilion and i i d d suspend their visitors' list Ptnt bottle of moonshine whiskey..
that rats eat up and otherwise wale i lo induce regular action. It Stimu'aiei'! and I bearing abov trade mark. epto the Democratic convention. So* presents' that as a sample of

i r more feed on the farm than the average +I jl delates., Very Pleasant to Tak.e 60c | Oak Hill- ;; ;;Z'1 I This ii fl"awaal>J y to obU
flock on the average farm eats. I tcr bottle. : tion of light and
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Add to this the fact that every year | EXIRAC1M; FROM COUNTYAGENTS' ; school.

)I' rats kill many thousands of chickens REPORTS I I --

and you have sufficient argument towage I New Smyrna
: -\t1 U .NsfEjED Ncrr i I i. .
war against the rat family. I Bay-Onvcar of cabbage was shipped toward street

There are many rat poison on the from this place Wednesday being Back in 1884. when Gloucester teen a man, six feet tall brawny" e I
markets. But common strychnine mixed the first car of farm produce ever St. Petersburg :Mass: .. had a composite population I well balanced but bitter. lie had : WIitIT ')

t with the feed-or soaked inwill ,shipped from this county. Patterson, N. J.. uit has to-day of fishermen glue managed to save from scant earnings > Fred I
t do i I of 8-story building twine manufacturers and xol- *211, and with it he opened a''!i i HADLEY
the job effectively. Certain dealersWidely j S"minole-t'jve boys from Geneva lowers of the sea there was born small general store in a Gloucester r
recommend so-called rat virtues 'and two from Lake Mary, and also Tavares 1924 in their midst side street. A year later a rival I I
to the However His father and grandfather had burned him out. Allen ferreted out ,
public. H. B. Lans- ( Includes: A. C. L.
the club leader ao-oalled boss of Essex
from Geneva attended political
den extension bees fishermen, his mother and the incendiary, whipped him within I
poultryman of the :the boys short course. The boys all 000; planing mill $ grandmother makers of sails. HUlather Inch of his life and then rodebun County, Mass. When he was
Florida College of Agriculture says had a big time and all decided that $25,000; fernery $ ; was drowned the day he was out of town on a broomstick. thirty-two he moved to Boston 28
i he hut little faith in them. lie believes i they want to go to college when the buildings, 00000. born, his mother died giving him Three year.' toil In a glue factory, mile. distant, and opened a department -
that poisoning is the most effective I life. An illiterate aunt and her dissolute where he slept and also ate his store on Hanover Street
S way to get rid of rats. i time comes. j Winter Garden;;:: : husband attempted to raise; meals followed and then Allen known. Harry Allen &: Co. When
I t I construction of j I him. He ws, sent to a Kinder- : opened a grocery store with the he was forty he sold the store for
"The -
best way to administer carload, garden when seven and ran away $570 he had saved. His campaign I $900,000 and retired telling his
f poison," Prof. Lanaden says," fit t ,; : school building. when he was tin. When eleven he soliciting trade friends that the year "

n place it in meal or some food that; I,The rains are fine and the crops ar t was a oabln boon a brought results and his became the pf his life had been Hell and that
,J cannot be taken away or left exposed jlooking great. Our farmers have proVided Maitland-Survey sailing vesseL hardsJ1l f of 1.ad rag grooery, coal and wood avdry ,he intended to make the next fortyyears I
f paving and those days beggar d8ferlption- aeee.so store in the town. Ten a heaven.hupg.r .
to other) animals and fowls. A good|I themselves with calcium anwn mains sanitary cold, whippings, hard work, I veers ''\t..r h' "pi" brqme n In' H..I i. n' t ,.' :r: :; *h<> 'l"l1ft.. nfan
plan is to use a box about 12 or 14 ate and are ready to fight the boll parks and electric but: ne emerged from it a* se 1- s c .
)\
t Saw an opening .large enough for a Bradentown
large rat to enter. In four sides of I Wakulla-Gave one demonstrationIn Company planning

the box confine a shallow pie pan into controlling bud worms in bright electric plant.TallabeeseeGeorgla. --- --
tobacco The results with
I calcium
which place the meal and chops. ar- '
senate show that it is 100 cent effective .
per
Tempt the rats to enter and eat by FOLKS / LET'S 1 HoptT f SAY THFSG I SupPoSE
+ when used directly in the bud Alabama Railroad <
,, renewing the supply of meal every HAVE SOMS Wv LIlt6 CORN FRITTER YOUR

night with no poison until they get / Madison visited a peach orchard purchase of four IN OURTOWN CORN THEM Hi M MPE ruST: MOTHER
to it 1=RtTTERS LIKEMOTHER S WAS A
visiting freely. Then add the that had been properly sprayed. Upon Panama City-$ 11OSEO Gooo COOK
poison. {examination few DCAR fi
( very worms were erected; golf course 'ToMAKE.
Another method of poisoning rats found This particular orchard is
.
offered by this specialist is to sprinkle I six years old and has never before Jacksonville- % %"4, [

powdered concentrated lye in the seta crop of fruit.Suwannce construction of IIIOther 1
N
burrow, placing it far enough In to part> of dredge
prevent any other animal or person I -I visited several demonstration Wordi p

from getting Into It. The rats step cotton fields and started them Florida's state They Were

,' Into the lye with their moist feet and ''poisoning their cotton with syrup companies show $; l'erriM..

Immediately it starts a burning sen j|calcium arsenates to control weevils STRAINED r

sation. To get relief the rats lick their I'ery few weevils are noticed in the By
Quickly recover: I
1 feet, thereby taking enough poison to treated with I

kill\ them. I Okt'echoht'e-Went to Ft. Drum Lotion. Blood-shot, Edward i
relieved
Poison should be handled with soreness are
extreme : this week to discuss with the growers one clay Cools McCullough
care. Keep
from
away the child-
+ ways and means of controlling the en, Insist on _
s ren.
{ v! sweet potato root weevil. Watermelons It oukcs strong gyps AUTOCASTER vie

The farmers can best take care of will begin moving- in about two

themselves by compact organization. weeks. SEABOARD !

Longfellow's\ couplet applies to the Marion-Spent-part of Tuesday andWednenday SouthboundNo. (In effect May You TMCRE BSTSOT WHAT fI.( 7( r, ,,,',PGA
farmers as well as the nation vvAS 'll }
: 4F
WAS ONE fs ary
;
assfsting in showing our FRITTERSI .i4
"All your strength is In your union. 1 reaches THINS MOTHER IT ?
f All your danger in discord." agricultural resources and possibilities No. 3. 11:02: a. m COULD DlA4. /, l'K r; yT/
to a feature writer of the Chicago
+
No. 21, Cedar Key : COOK RIGHT'
1L i PLAN IN SUMMER FOR Journal of Trade. They will give this No 15, Limited, '. i14

I' NEXT SHRUBBERY YEARS FRUIT PLANTINGS AND sue.vicinity big write up in an early Is Northbound-No. 2 reaches ':z-r----: : E-;? E (%.L..X +', t' r? te


folk i Osceola-Thursday;: ; of this weekA No. 4. 4:24: p. m.
Many are always planning to No. 20, Cedar Key, :
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plant fruit and flowering plants about f-TLESDID! FEELDiO: No. IS, Limited

their homes, it is aid but there are That tire4 lWl-eick discouraged foel Vannee BranchNo. : -

many who never accomplish definite log caused by a torpid; Uver and constipated 101 leave

towels can begotten rid oj with No. 104 arrives
No Worms In a Health r ChildAll surpnaun promptnem by using n rbtn.. ,
cftUdn trauMMi with Worn hm. .a u. You feel its beneficial effect with the first T.
I Ialtaymhn.wlkaladkatespowbkadaods.anil. dose as ita purifying and regulating effect i' 'K
*, here tt nan ...Ie.I Munich dlMurtxuoa i ia> thorough and complete. It not only
CROVES!: TASTELESS: ; CHILL TONIC Una rXttlmt'1 drives out bile and impurities but it i lip-
hn two..I'''* wwi* wll' ..rich th< blood. port a splendid feeling of exhilaration! Tse QasatM r.* Dow Ft'
... ....... .
thNiawl.aad.cf
a.e eeenr.lSine..ih strength, vim and buoyancy of apmta.. teea.o of to JBQte and l
.,.iD,Tonic lh.wtwto. K. .
r .. 19. r iii Nst.r.walth.arhmw&h7 l'rice 60c. Bold: by IVB BROMU OU.1IME (? :

h>Mr***awa M.o.lib.we.m.adih.Chdd.nib.? Pl.sseM..es..e....w bags ALL DRUGSTORES t bad> n'm4L.W ( ''Vln :: -
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JUNE 13 1923.
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BRADFORD COUNTY
TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAE_ __ ._n RRYW1W__ _..


PARENTS AID THEIR CAN SONS INSPIRE IN WORKOF AND proved examinations before experts 24-2.539 472.381 sic features has been strikingly; proveen yellow tulips on either aide of the ; bring home this terrible truth. Even-

SCOUTING upon twenty-one different subjects 25-2.537 48-2.364 by the fact that In the entire ten- float. A white fence enclosed the yard, disregarding the staggering losses entailed .
covering a large range of knowledge 26-2.533 49-2.345 million while (
production, improvements little green chairs were placed for in the destruction of school

Scout Executive Sellers. of Ocklawaha |all which are useful in real life. In 27-2.632 50-2.324 have constantly been made, each of the girls. and a pleased property, let us at least in the name

Council Outlines Way in Which I these studies the boy has not only 28-2.530 51-2.302 there never has been any deviation mother, Heated on a lawn bench, look ''of humanity leave nothing undone to

Scout Parent Can Help Boys. j learned to do things, developing confidence 29-2.527 52-2.279 from the original principals of the ed on the happy party of little one protect our children.

leadership, and placing himself 30( -2.521 63-2.254 Model "T". ------

To all parents who may see this '! in the public mind into an exalted 31-2.521 54-2.228 Previous to the time that the Model CONOUESS HITS TilE I'EOPLE SICKLY l'EEVI.IIICflILJREN: :

article, I anI earnestly hoping to Inspire position that he must live up to, but I 32-2.517 65-2.201 Kr" was introduced tho had Children Buffering from intestinal worms

you to give your boy the benefit -,' he has been greatly aided in discoveV- 33-2.513 56-2.172 built and eold company The proposed 10 per cent tax on are crow, rrxtlcNii arid unhealthy. Them
'ling approximately 25,000: |radio outfits Is probably tho most irritating are otlirr Kyiiiptomi, however. If tho
of the scout Uncle Jim himself and the
program. settling all important I 34-2.509 57-2.143 Ford cars of other model The first I child! u naln, liiin dark ringi umli>r the
>McMullen> often remarked that "boys :! question of what to do in life. 352.50582.113 Model "T" was completed October 1, : of the "nuUnnco taxes" that eves, bud ",,'nth 1111,1 l takes no interv in

will be boys" and occasionally one will Kind parent, had ho not been thus 36-2.198 59-2.082 1908 and it was later could be doviucd. pluy' it M almost a orrtnmty that worms
and make The engaged with the Scout sevenyoara It would doprlvo n ,groat part of I are rating away it* v slity. Tho surest
grow up a man. number program, are 37-2.492 60-2.050
7 ,I 1 December 10, 1015, when Motor No the public of tho benefits of information remedy for worm n\"b Ito'.Cn>aruj Vvrmifjga. -
that grow up and make real worth you sure that he would not have been 38-2.485 61-2.018 .I 1,000,000 was produced. Since then It in positive diwtmctian to tho

while men can be greatly increased ] doing! less useful and less worthwhile I 39-2.478 62-1.983 under an ever increasing demand and culture and would yield the ,i I worm but harmless to the child Price

by giving them the benefit of the things Are you sure he would not :*0-2.470 63-1.954 production has government only about $10,000 000'1, 8&o. Sold by
steadily grown until: much of which I I All Store
would be Dreg *
Scout program. I have been engaged have been with the blind alley gang? 41-2.460 61-1.921 a new output record was establishedIn eaten up I

in welfare work nearly all my life If the church is to do its best work 42-2.450; 65-1.889\ turning out the last million cars in I' the collect horde the of olTlce holders necessary I j I I !NOTIt or MAdTKK'rt SALE

and am the father of eight boys, hence with the boys of this generationsome 132 to tax. Notlcr 'In lu.rrhy. itlven that iimltir and by .
TEN-MILLIONTH FORD CAR working days. In this proposal the governmentnot I|I virtue ..r that certain final decree of foreclnatin -
have had an opportunity to know time and money must be spentin Tho I mile I and rendered June 8. 1IU4 by the
something of boy nature. The Scout developing Scout leaders, to. take PRODUCED one note of happiness In De.troit' only essays to tax a great free IlunoraMo A. V Limit. of the Circuit ,

program does not conflict with nor advantage of the pull that the Scoutproram Detroit Mich., June 4-A new and annual Safety Parade signalizing blessing, but American Inventive genius -I I Court.. la or anil tho for Klhlh Bradford Judicial. county.CircuIt Florliln of Flor Inehmnawrv .'1'1'Id.
the
opening of Safety week an well. sltLimr. In favor nf If. O. Knntl.complainant .
does it take the place of Sunday has upon the boy life and outstanding achievement in the auto- was the beautiful float entered by the anil j analnst W. C. -Hunt. Kmllr;;;
school societies in in this not only hold the boys Hunt eel Charles Hunt defcnititnta. the unctersliineil .
or peoples way .
young
mobile industry of America was attained .
Fo'd Motor Company.Judges awarded TO IMtOTECT OUR CII I LlI1EN will offer for wale and will Mil be.
the churches, but works hand in interest to the church but develop .' here today when the ten-mil the first fore Uie courthouse door at Starke' Bradford

glove with them. Let us look at some great leaders in the men of tomorrow lionth Model "T" Ford Car left the cup. prize a large silver loving Throughout the winter and spring bunt ale on?. Mondny Florida: the during the Icital hour of

of the things the program contains. for God and our country.G. lInal assembly in the Highland Park the number of school buildings destroyed SEVENTH DAY OF JULY. 19J4.
The float to the blithest and boat bidder therefor for
the Scout oath says upon my honorI W. SELLERS, Scout Executive, Plant of the Ford Motor Company.The was designed to suggest by fire has increased alarm cash the fnllowlnv describe lands lyIng and

will do my best to do my duty to Ocklawaha Council, B. S. A. motor, bearing the number 10,- reward the spirit of of happiness It which is the ingly. Especially in California and ttelnir Morlda.In a the description county of of which Hrailfnrd la aa Side follow' of

God, and my Country, to obey the 000,000 was completed this morning, safety. presented a \May Colorado has the lust been unprece ",...Ia:
hOW TO FIGURE YOUR BONUS pole party, with little girls dressed In '* Th, South Half of the Northmwt Quarter of
Scout laws other dented. ;
to at
help people and reached the car assembly line ear- white the Northweet Quarter of Hi-etlon I Twenty.nine ,
!
all times, to keep myself physically General Ilines of Veterans' Bureau ly this afternoon, and was assembled holding the varied colored ribbons With schools. cloned for the summer (Ul 91. Township Sewn <((7)< ) Hut RangeTwentjMwo .
which hung from the (1181) Kast except three acne In
gold topped
strong, mentally awake and morally Explains Simple and Official meth into a touring car, the most popularof vacation now Is tho time for every the Northeast corner. A leo all.. pf the Southeast
polo. The floor of the float .
all of of the Northwest
was quarter Quarter lyinv
straight. od. all Ford body types.In I''sod the natural community to look to the safety of north of the O. 8. A. F K,.. jn Election Twen
The Laws are that a Scout is celebration of having attained a'' grass coming in a its school buildings. White It is not ty-nine ((111)) Township Seven ((7) Houth. tl.nneTwentytwo
terrace effect the word (((22)> Kast. oonlalninit In all for-
"Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly By Robert Fuller 10,000,000 production record, the com- "Happiness possible immediately tn substitute ....1. and onehalf acres more or. ,I....

Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheer- Washington, June 13-It is easyWorla pony announces that Ford Car No. is Our Reward" was worked in bright Iro-pVoof( structures fur all tho flimsy I"I A.MaU H. CRIWS.II In!: Chancery.

ful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean and Rever- for War veterans to find out 10.000,000 will make a coast to coast r__ __(.narn-a and unsafe schools in the United JOE llltt. WILLIAMS.tiuiloltor .

ent." The Scout duty is to do a good how much insurance they are entitled trip as signifying the nation-wide States, at leant automatic Ito extinguishing --for- Complainant.-: i-d.Bt-7-4

turn daily. His motto is be prepared I Ito from the Government if they will popularity of the Ford Car and its appeal device can be Installed NOTICe Of ElTltCTIONPy
with the above foundation |follow the simple computing method Sick that will retard thll the power vented 'In them by the I...
splendid to every class of driver. progress of afire of Florida the Hoard of I'llblla Instruction ofllradfonl
upon which to build character and ''used by the Vetrans' Bureau. Director The car will be shipped to New sufficiently to lot children in tho ....II..l,.. Klorlila, culls an election la
ho held at Caiion ohoolhouse. Hiilurtlay.
July
with a program that appeals to the I Gen. Hines has issued instructions York within a day or two and leaving Headache"I building escape with their lived. 5. for the purpose of drtermlnjnir. whether

gang spirit in the boy nature he is with an explanation of how to include there will he driven across the Tho best. t>f t'lro-I'KCUPl'' and Ore I or no) Hiwtlona 2H. in. 117. II. uS. fit. Twp.
I H. It 21 E, also geetlone I. U. 19. Twp. II aII
kept busy during the character buildIng the 25 per cent Incre se. country to San Francisco. The Lincoln drills. cnnnnt KUVO the children, oncea I 11 K stall be ereateil, Int., a special tat
have used Black-Draught school district to elect three trusturc and l to
period from twelve to eighteen 'I The Increase of 25 per cent shouldnot Highway has been selected as the of- whan needed for tha past 26 lire Rains headway. Not a fire occur- ;. dutermine the mlllage to ... assessed for the

? years of age learning daily to do be added to the number of days fical route of travel and stops will be years," a a J. Mrs. Emma Injr dating. school session, falls to.IOV'S neil.II. two J. A.Alderman.-..... II. T. FOl't no.. Guy Alderman -

useful things under the directions of 'served in the army before the service made at most all the towns along the rimes, of Forbes, Mo. "I m.n...... *. ,
the faithful Scoutmaster. Into credit ia multiplied by the factor. The began taking; it for a bad caaa L. W. KICKI.IFKR.
Putting
TillS ?
\line. Frank Kulick, who years ago attained of constipation. I would get II. II WIOOIN3. Chairman.
practice the lessons contained in .factor was complied by Oen. Hines fame and broke many recordsas constipated and feel juat ml.- n.u.L'S CATAnnii MicniciNio win _..1..... S-ll-tt.7-4

:.. the Scout Oath and laws with the and is the officials method divised by the pilot of Ford racing cars, will erkblaie-alucKiHh tir...,-. bad of do what Catarrh wa claim for I.I.a.fnse it-rlil your uuuseil. system by NOTICE Of BALM

necessity of doing at least one good the Bureau. I be at the wheel of the tenmillionthFord tHita in my mouth, and C..larrh. or The. county Hoard, Florida of Public will Inatructlon twelve hi.of.. up Bradfont In.

: turn daily. But you ask docs the boy Gen. Hines gives the following directions during the trans-continental trip. Vroa my head would begin HALL'S CATAnrtit MEPPTINB con- noon July 7, 1D24. for the ...1. of Cason school
} hurting and I would have a lint of an Ointment wnli-h Quickly .
I
bulldlna The hoard the to
reaervea right; reject
line with the Scout ? for the use of the factors. I !RelieVes the calarrlml mnummatlon and i
':/ up program Model "T" Ford cars are today in .avara alck haadacha. I don't any or all bids. /
Just him when he his Allow $1 day for each day of who started the Internal Medicine a Tonic whlihana L. W. KICKMTGK.
;' watch wears per use in every country on earth and the kaonw juat me to through the lilnod on tI,. MucouaBurfaoee. I II. n. WIGGINS Chairman.Secretary. .
::, first uniform, go with him through home service. i unusal success which has attended the taking oonlitionu.thus sclellnK tu restore normal O.H-5U7-4

the knot tleing contests, talk with Allow $1.25 per day for each day Ford Motor Company dates princi! Holil by druKKlaU for over 40 Tear*

I' him about first aid in case of accident of foreign service. I'pally from 1008, when the Model "T" Thedford's V.- J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo O J. U FRAZBB:
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compare your knowledge of such Deduct $60 from this sum. ,p was developed and first introduced on ATTORNEY AND COUNSKLLOB I

things with his, and you will discover Multiply the balance by the factor '|the market. AT LAWOSTOFFIC *:

that scouting has a pull upon the boys.opposite the age (nearest birthday) I I Th. company was among the first BLACK-DRAUGHT{ BUILDING

life that nothing has, go with him upi I.as shown in the table below. I I to adapt the unit power plant and the LET THIS TONIC j

on the hikes and to the camp, watch The result will be the amount of the I I left hand drive control, and it was the STARKE. FLA.

: him prepare his own meals, stand adjusted service certificate orignator of such fundamental principles hut It did the work. It Jvut REBUILD YOU ?

J 'reverently by as he takes his test In. As an example: as the removable cylinder head, earned to cleanse tha livar. .....rtm.D'. and ....rch work NOTICE Or ELECTIONS U
"'I star study bird study conservation Age at date of issue, 27. Very soon I felt Ilka new. Orovo that nearly everything can Inaomo I
three-point motor suspension andtor- mannar be> Improved. Hoey By the power vested. In them by the law* of

and etc. I said revently, for it is only Home service, 175 days. que tube drive, all incorporated in tha a.Whoa.ay I found to take Black-Draught and aa.r" over email, ........."eiffnn"... If real(* neceeeary...ull. ..In. Bradford Florida the county.Hoard..,.of.. hereby Public calls Instruction election of to

'J" a short step from these things to the I Overseas servicee, 110 days. Model "T" and which have since been acting I began to use it in 'o be .ccomplle...... be heht In Hampton III..... llrooker. Ziff

God who made all things. Just a little One hundred and seventy-five minus generally adopted in the automotive tirna and would" not hava lick cjuent Recent dlscoii.....rlm.nt.med.In and our cube.._*-. of and electloim Oraham on three Jun.trustee 24. IUJ4.In for each the and port,.de-...

at this the 60, times $1, equals $115. hundred' baodochea. dory.n.bl. ua to nueranleei .....Iy be f
leadership point on part one Industry. The correctness of these ba. Constipation causes the Increased ...ul.. In combe....". Ma- termlnlntf the amount of mills" to aeavsned .
of the faithful scoutmaster, and the and ten time $1.25 equals $137.50. system to re-absorb poiaona hurls, Chill and ......r. (.;oIds cod ror. the In each purpme of holillnv sell 1 election In i
.
principles contained in the scout Oath Adjusted service credit, $252.50. To Stop a Cough Quicktake that may cause great pain la Urlppo.ASK llamptim the following manaiiera are .p.
.. YOUR DRUGGIST minted. i A. A. Durrien. A. A. 1I'.. and laws are woven into the very 2.532-t'actor at age of 27 $252.50 JJA YES' HEALING HONEY.- and much danger to youi a. C Thomss. slerkfrnr .

texture of the boys natures and becomes service credit multiplied by 2.532 cough medicine which stops the coiifthi by health. Take Thedford'a FOR 101 TONIC the pur,..... of blues said election In
fltarke the '..11".1... manaiiera have been appointed
healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissues.A Black-Draught. It will stimuli -
a part of his life. equals $639.33. I : E. H Matthews. 1>. K Kniilht. U. W.Alderman. .
late the liver and help toY The IMPROVED tonic for Mala.era
box of
GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE .
This the $639.33 is the adjusted Service brings us to beginning SALVE for Cheat Colds. Head Colds and drive out the rolsonf. '. Seuslble.1'. : I he purpose. of holillna1 said election la
point :from which a real man is made. Certificate.To Croup III enclosed with every bottle ofHAYES' J Sold I by all deuleri. Cpita It I* PRICE Mel* cod ... Xlff the following m.n..... have .been ....
.. 1..
pointedJsa l.lu-hfl.lil. r. a. Fowler
And now that the foundation is laid compute jour bonus use the HEALING HONEY. The solvr a only one cent a dose. F.-tO. 25c ......ott. C. Smith clerk.For .

and your boy is really a first class table factors as to age as complied by should bo rubbed on the dent and thrum <----------- the purpose' of hollieS said election. !I.
of children suffering from a Gild.. or CroupTbshsaIInS.ftnrt I=z. ----- I Spook.... the f>.lli.wlntf manairsrs have been so.tiit.l .
: Scout, watch him as he applies him- the Veterans Bureau. : T C: hewn, II A Weeks, J. B.
of Hayes' Hnallnl. Honey. iu ';. T. .I Jim :
( !.nte I ** mlfrtt
self in merit climb Age-factor Age-factor side lh. throat omnblneil with the eir ,
securing badges, heallail .t .I |.'". lh. pure".. of holillntf said election In
ing the hill of knowledge toward becoming 20-2.545 43-2.439 I.rove skin e O-Pen-Trai.KOO Hop a ouu Salva h. thmutfb Ib* porrtUM < iTKUflKDC uII1IGIIIHDDItDJDlDIIIIDlD mmCIaIClDlDmlDlDlDaJaIlDmmIDCDlDlDlDcoma flrnham; the fnllowlnv n''........ h... been ....
pi.lnlo.l/ <:. Kim J. rloynolilu, C. Hoberla.
an Eagle scout which Is the 21-2.5.1 U 44-2.426 Doth of the remedies combined. are.pat....k..II".m..o.I.ISo.. I on*. canon sad 'b.COIIt 4 4I I. \. (Irsham elerk*.
royal arch degree in scouting and 22-2.542 45-2.413 I If II W H.lIlNII. I.. W. KirKMTKR.Runirlni : .
II -Just ask your druggist for HAYES' .,ntliiitt. Chairman.fi4int .
means that the boy has passed ap 23-2:640; 40-2.398 HEALING IIONtY. .H, '(11 ..-

IIK ADMINISTRATOR' '
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( .. final DlichsryeJ
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: Painted White He Is An Still In re ...'':.1.I.Y of HirKB I I I
Though Elephant
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Notice Is hereby given. to all whom It ma*
concern. tInt, on the Slit day of July A. O.III2I .
The'! cutting of stencils for I, I shall apply" to the. Honorable R. A.
r llrpfn J,,,",.. of said, (nun a. Jo..... of
3. II machines is I'rntmte. for my hail discharge" as ailmlnlstra-,
i I I duplicating a precise -
tor of the ettt of Kly Hick' deceased and

,}. ......- .. .. ......- and difficult! operation. that final! nt accounts the same as time administrator h. will present of aaldrnlnl his
; ,>. anil ask fur thlr .""I>...vol.
: several I Dateil May. 19. A. U. IDIU.
There are reasons r,. R HICK,

.;t Q ",, oo 06t I why the best results; are -obtained -'l-Ot-7-IH- .- Ailmlnlatrator.OHDrll .
FOH PI'11UC'ATIIJN
c on an L. C. Smith & In rireult Court, State of Florida, Eluhtnliullce.1 )
: //I'lJiIl'\ I I"i .,. (Circuit llradfiml County In chsn.eery .
Bros .
typewriter.
..,..,_.?.__._ '5 II l omplslnant.:11 Alilerman,

? The carriage is rigid and is ... !
.\,,,Jr.w J Phillips et sI.
shifted for capital letters. Ball tearing construction throughout Uffonrtant
not To Anilrew J. Philip A. 1. Phlllpe. fl. A.
lane snd wife Laura O I...... Davlil B.
k'f. eliminates vibration and lost motion. Or." .*. llMiler A. (llmtn ailmlnlatratrla. ,; of
tee relate of Davlil. B (in**. rfmenseil. ft. w.
of: A. Mclise ami wife V. M. MeR_. RoliertArcher.
t is the exclusive feature of J, M ,....1'. If llvlnc. sn.l If dead
; Equally important interchangeable
.
ti the heirs devisee. vrcnUee, oe o or otherwise, and. to All unknown partlea -
platens, making it possible for the operator to use a (platen of the clalmlnff any. Interest whalaoever' In the lamia
herein ,ileaerlheil. defendant. the realilene.. of
correct hardness for clear, sharp stencil cutting. whom are unknoeen.OHEPmNGS.

You and each of you. are hereby required. to

I It also allows the operator to clean off the dirt and moisture he Circuit and to Court appear In and before for the Hrailford JmUe. County.of IK.

Florida on tha 7th day of July, A. D \3U
from the platen, the feed rolls and the metal parts of the pa- at the Court 11_. In ealil County In Starhs.
Florida. to answer a Dill of Complaint .>.
feed without the aid of a mechanic.On hlhlted analnst. TOO In said Court. by H. 0.
per A"'......".
The llradford County Taletraph. a weekly
newspaper. publlehed In 8...... Bradford
machines where the platen is not removable the surface County. Florid. I* .hereby deala-nated aa the
newspaper. In which thla notice shall be
of the platen becomes pitted and ppbllehed' for elerht onsemtlve week.
I | soon worn, uneven, making it Th lend deaertbed In the. BUI of Complaint
clear stencil. In thla cause, th'* tit!. to which to ......h' to
impossible to cut a be nuteted avalnst t". abov* defendant arc
particularly. described. a* follow: to-wlt tAll
of that portion of lot II. lyIng north ofa
The Le C. Smith is the iedal machine for stencil line ........... a* followai' c..mm..oln. at a
'I"i' cutting. peat on the. north .boundary of lot II, 100 ft.
west of tic northeast...... of said lot. runaln -
Send for free catalog.L. on a course couth III decrees west ..-.
said lot to weal .boundary of cam 110 ......
i'I more or 1 leeI : and the south half of lot tJO
( .._,. and 11 acre lit thexouthwot" corner
I of lots : andlotia/ (163 *crM) *>eept < ..... In
the eootneast comer: All In Section l'. To. S.
C. Smith & Bros.
Typewriter Co. S. H. tl. K, containing, si......... U acre*,
more or 1 lee. a. the same appear In teat
certain deed. recorded In Deed lineS No. 5.
Executive Offices : : SYRACUSE. N. Y. on pare lot.: of th* Public Kesorda of Brad
font County tlorida.Wltnee .
t 20 West Adams Street my band. and aeal I of office title the
Jacksonville, Florida Seth day of ApriL A. P. UIc.
O. W. ALDERMAN.
(Seal) Clerk Circuit Court
For Bradford. County F1o......
4. Z. ADCrNS.HolUltor .
for Complainant S-t-IOt-T-4


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l Mrs. W. E. Torode and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot of Omaha, November 10 to 15, that 1. cured for the display of the world *.

May Lucile, were visitor to Jacksonville Starke motored here Tuesday.Mr. J quite out of the ordinary. It la to be a newest electrical inventions and machinery ''

i <::>ca..l: Monday. | and Mrs. Harmon Hazen and great national electrical show. while the great achievementsin

tom. OCiEiI'Itdnerd Mrs. Brownie Bennett spent several '.'children of Plant City were guests of I The exposition will celebrate the the electrical world will bo demon-

days; last week with relatives here. relatives last weekend.S. I fortieth anniversary of electrical se;- started in the large Omaha auditorium -

I IIII V. Andrews motored to New River vice in the state of Nebraska, and at > '
Wilmon Brown of Augusta. Georgia I will be memorial to It is significant of electrical progress
i .. Monday.< I the same time a
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his Dr. and ::'wIn.
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---- visiting parents,
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-- i I Floyd Wiggins atOew .River Steinmetz, the world's greatest elec- in the western half of the Unit-
S 2U 1111(1 1011HONORING G. W. Brown this week. '
,motored here Sunday. .. '
----- held in west of the Missouri
I Miss Joyce Terry spent the week- j Mr. and11'1I.. I. W. Pinholater attended months ago. a .city
i
> Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. StumpMr. river. -
I A four-story building has been se-
end in Bladwin as the guest of :Miss to business in Jacksonville
MISS WILLIAMS : and Mrs O. L. Beasley, Mrs. Flor- !
Mary Boyer. ; .
bliss Aileen Alvarez waa a charm- ence Powell, Misses Aileen Alvarez, Tuesday.A -- -

lag hostess at an afternoon bridge :Mary Curtis Williams, Mabel Weller, Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke MAN WITH A CLEAR '1

and Man Jongg party Saturday, complimentary I Margaret Long, Blanche McNeil, Mr. was transacting business in town iYednesday. i CONSCIENCE

to her guest. Miss Mary I I'Cltrtl" Bill Wainwright Powell Carpenter, "' I -j

I Williams, of Key Weat, who ,Joe Truby. |I My dear friends, although defeated -

left Wednesday for Fortress Monroe !(j Mrs. Ruth King of Jacksonville I am a happy man. Therefore I
i MERRY WORKERS pent a few days here last week with of ,I.. it
Virginia. Shasta daises were used for |': want to give an expression my Ili
f ENTERTAINED BY MRS. WHITE i iI her sister Mrs. E. E. !
decoration in the living room and re- I Burney. (I sincere and heart felt thanks, for

ception hall of thla attractive home. I j jMrs. I I Mrs. Geo. C. WV White BIWK entertained the Mrs. M. E. Patterson spent Sun- '. the efforts and labor put forth by my i

N. D. Wainwright won high (,,Merry Workers and a few invited day with friends in Jacksonville i',,friends in order to secure my success.

prize In bridge, a deck of cards; Miss :'.friends at her pleasant home on West i Although defeated I feel in my
Florence Matthews the consolation i'Call street Monday evening. Refresh- Mr. and )fr..Tby Wainwright j 1:heart that with the help of my friends

I prize, a weekend vanity set. :Mrs. A. ''litienU I of sherbet and individual cakes and children were visitors- to Macclen- :,, I made a good fight. I have kept the

Z. Adkins made high score In Mah i were served at the close of the eve- ny Sunday. j I(I faith. Therefore i am always ready to I

I. Jongg and received as a prize a deck I I.I ning. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Marr and child- be offered UR as a sacrafice for the I J

of cards Mrs. L. Wyman was awarded ) good of my people. I have endeavoderall
; ::
called Sanderson
ren were to
MISS BURDEN HONORED Sundayon be clean I
through this campaign to
low, a week-end vanity set. Miss i
account of the serious illness
I WITH BRIDGE LUNCHEON of a and
Williams received the guest prize a relative. and honest, with my opponent,

box of stationery.The AND SHOWER have no ill feeling toward him what- ..

John Mann was a business visitor ever. I sincerely thank every one that
hostess served a tempting Mrs. J. S. Mima entertained yes-
salad course at the conclusion of the terday morning at the Castle Gar. to Waldo Monday. (I supported me and every one that ,
I voted< against me, I want to say to
d games. !den tea room with a delightful'bridge 1 I I
Mr.
and Mrs.
Bryant Reddish visited toward
them that I have no !ill feeling
The guest were Mrs. L. Wyman, i luncheon and handkerchief shower, relatives here Friday. I I any one, believing that each one did I
Mm. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. J. L. Frazee, '( given in honor of Miss Clara Mae 'IsO and did
1 Mrs. Jas Frazee Jr., of Greensboro, Durden, bride-elect of June 18. Mrs. E. E. :Barney;; and childrenare conscientiously so
accord-I
the their Cool
ing to dictations of Summer t
t N. C., Mrs. A. S. Crews, Mrs. N. D. ( Daisies and chrysanthemum sunflowers spending a few days this *week science Let me again a Cooking'

Wainwright, Mrs Edward Burns, Mrs emphasized the color schemeof with relatives in Jacksonville. I
that have best wishes and re-
M O. L. Mrs. J. Robinson I the tea room, which was done in : you my
C.
Beasley, Mr. and !Mrs James Rowe and gards, and may the God of heaven I( With a New Perfection Superfex kerosene
Misses Jeannette and Florence Mat ,black and orange. The score cardsere ,
blest all and and
of
daughter us prosperity
u Macclenny were guests. may
/ thews, Hilda Struth, Mabel Welter, tied with black bows. all the heat and incon-
sickening drudgery
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rowe. happiness overshadow the land. range
i o Madge Middleton, Mildred Gill. I For first prize Mrs. Mims gave a ( j. T. BARXES.I I
boudoir doll lamp of rose satin. This Mrs. G. W. Andrewsjr. visited rel venience of preparing the summer meals is ban- -
SPRING MUSICALE AT
,was awarded to Mrs. Walker. The consolation ives here Monday. i I FIVE MILE ished.
l' TilE WOMAN'S: CLUB
I } prize, consisting of two hand- I'
B. L. Blanchard to'' Five Mile June 13 Mrs. P. P.
I was visitor -
The annual musicale of the Woman's made handkerchiefs, was 'given toMrs. clean and
Cool convenient the time saved
Jacksonville Sunday. !; Dekle, was transacting business in ,
Club Stanley Price. Among the lunch-
held last
Friday
was eve
e ning .. the club house, and although eon guests, the prize a set of Crystal! I I Mrs. Fortune-Moulin of Jackson-i!I Lake Louis Butler, Thursday.and Claude Renfroe returned and the increased comfort of using an oil stove,
Johns
I
the weather unfavorable sherbet glasses, went to' Mrs. Ed. vine Sunday here with her
was was spent parents will times
Sunday from a trip to South many repay its cost to you.
well attended. The program was in Holmberg. The honoree was presented Mr. and Mrs. M. Padgett. I Florida.

charge: of Mrs. E. K. Perryman, and a doll boudoir lamp in the designof '
MANY MODELS-ALL PRICES
Migs'Clara ; ; Tommie Thomas and family of Mid-
Mae
\ due to her efforts, an enjoyable program a doll bride. Miss Dorothy Priest Shephard was a :

was rendered.At I and Miss Justine Savarese, brides- visitor here Monday.;
elect of this I- DeWITT JONES
month each
the close of the program, Miss I' were Mrs. Will Dupree of Jacksonvillespent .
presented by the hostess with set of
a
Mabel Weller and her
; committee the week-end here with her were visitors here, Friday.<
p served ice cream and cake. I old rose candle shades. A. special out- parents, Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Byrd. Mrs. Ida Parrish and children were HARDWARESTARKE
of-town guests enjoying the affair,
The evening' consisted of of her sister Mrs. Ollie Par-
program guests ,
' I' Mine Lulu Lee Mima and Mrs W. !K.: PINE HILL i FLORIDA
' the following: I Whidden, of Bartow were given Irish I Sunday. \
f Choruses, (a) Moonlit Meadows Chinese parasols Pine Hill, June 6-Tom Markee I\i Tom Hendxix, Mesdames Mattie I

f Czilbulka); (b) Forget-me-not (Grie Fred Greene and Alvin demons took i>Drawdy and Alma Drawdy, were I _. ..
Following the a course -----
ve)Ladies' voicea. games the Civil Service Examination May 'I shopping in Dukes, Saturday. I

t j Voice (a) Ah Love, But a Day luncheon was served. 24th at Gainesville. I|. Cecil: Drew and Marion Drawdyof I

(Beach) bThe Year' At I Mrs Claude Park sang "If You Leesburg, arrived Friday to spend YOUR
I'j, ( the Spring Mr. and Mrs\ Ray Fozworth of GET MONEY PROMPTLY
Forget and "Love la Bubble.
I a
(Beach)-Mrs. Lawrence Adams. Jacksonville were guests of E. B. their vacation with'relatives here.

+ i Voice (a) Tea Yeux (Baby) (b) A huge "cake" containing the handkerchiefs i Andrews family. D. J. O. Green of Brooker spent INMAN & RITCH

I Swiss' Echo Song (Elkert-Mr.. was placed on a table in the Daul, Roy and Lesley Greene motored Saturday here guest of his daughter REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
M I, 1 Adams. reception room and Miss Durden was. Mrs. Parrish.
to Dukes Saturday afternoon. COMPANIES, FIRE,
Piano (a) Fantasie Impromptu required to cut the cake In order to : Mr. and Mrs., Boby Parrish of |'i Dana and Gladys Duke returned INSURANCE LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,

I I! (Chopin) (b) Schenzo (Mendelssohn) get the handkerchiefs which had been I Dukes were gusts of A. L Greene -Miss Mona Alderman. presented her by the guests. i!

I Voice (a) Wings of Nlght\Vlnter( Assisting the hostess with the enter- Sunday. i Claude Dowling and sisters of ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
\Mrs. Ada
Watts) (b) In the Dawn of an In- taining was Mrs. G. K. Barkley. Kency of Gainesville ',Lake Butler were guests .of Mr. and .
visited her mother, Mrs. J. E. Clemons
dian Sky (Ward Stephens)-Mrs. Mrs. B. L. Duke Sunday. *
Adams MIL AND :MRS MARKS Sunday. J. E. demons and son Alvin I Oscar Rimes, Ardell Drawdy and "COULD BETTER fERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE II"

1 Violina) Traumerel (Schuman) ENTERTAINMr wen to Gainesville with Mrs. KencyIn 'Marcus Dekle were transacting business -' Before boring |.eoar new. April prlttllit. .f _r. "111110:<1. FUUt" and Gall
? 4 b outer ,to hear Judge R. A. Green BRANDSwhich b.. b... u.. SUmUrtf .f Qitlitr far th. put forty 7.arI with
( ) Song Without in Lake Butler, Saturday.
r Words-Mrs. Wv and Mrs. George Marks entertain speak. lie was to speak at the courthouse Florida fraw.... FriM* tlwir rlgku Quill .............. .., the chMpMt. kit Ski bit
H. Lee. :MM. F. G. visited Mrs. B.
few of the members of Drawdy for neap AIM priM liola f
I I a De- Monday afternoon.The I l-.d..ho. Sprmjm. Duets and Dula. llli Alae-
Voice, Polonaise from Mingnon |:Land's; younger society set on. Mon L. Duke, Sunday. BM to now ready, writ at one. j
(Thomas)-Mrs. Adams.Voice i. prices on cucumbers has fell 1 G. L. Johnson and family, Mr. and
r !day evening, with a buffet supper at considerably and the is E 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla
(a) Call Me No More (Cad- 'their beautiful new home in "Athens production : Mrs. B. Jhons, Mr. and Mrs. B. Kerce

t_ manI); I Heard a Cry (Fisher); (c) I'nrk," complimenting Miss Fannie beans increasing also every day. The prices on and Henry Kerce attended the dance r;: .- --- \
down.
+ av The Answer (Terny)-Mrs. Adams Darby of Starke. are at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. I I II
Mark Clemons
motored to Dukes
Tho ludies taking part in the shorus I. Rainey Saturday evening.i .
were Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, !Mrs. E. L. Later in the evening the guests Monday carrying two truck load o i i I Mexdames( Cox and Russell of ft
were invited to the Dreka Theatre
cucumbers.. 4 ti
Digits, Mrs. Florence; Powell, Mrs J Worthington, were visitors here Mon- =
Rawson 'where a Constance Talmage film was it. H. Green's horse stumbled,with'I I
Davis, Mrs" E, K. Ferryman, day.
enjoyed.Mr. him and came
1 Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr. Mrs. D. E. I J near throwing him I i Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hendrix visited
and :'Ilrs.larks'! ineluded from which he has
guests suffered
awful
Knight, Mlases Hilda Struth, Florence an Mr. and Mrs Andrews, Sunday.i .
j Mimes Beth Brownlee, Lydia 'florPJ'es, for several days.
I Matthews, Nellie Stearns. i I I H. Dowling is spending this
Williams, Evelyn Taylor, Fannie I Miss :Myrtice (Hall of Lake Butler
AccompnnUt Mrs. D. C. Jones.. week with relatives in Lake Butler.
Darby, and :Messers Edwin Douglass, visited Miss I
Ruby Duglau Sunday.
I Mrs. D. I. Blume visited Mrs.( P. P.
1 1' JIIU IIifo; PARTY Chandler Stith,. Leo Fallen, Mr. and I. Music was rendered until late. All Dekle Monday.

HONORING MISS: Dt'KDEN Mrs. Austin Conrnd.-DeLand Hews! departed saying they had had a nice Mn. Eva Renfroe spent last week

+ Mrs Herbert Gray Is crtertaining LAWTEY I time. I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.

at bridge this afternoon at 3:30: at BROOKER Parrish.
Lmvtey, Juno 13.-F. II. Long of
Mrs. Johns
her home 112 South Willow avenue, in I Lilly visited her daughter
Starke was transacting business In Brooker, June 13. I. B. Hazen of .
honor of Miss Clara Mae Durden, I :Mr* Rawson Johnson Monday.

popular brideelect.For town Saturday. Atlanta is visiting his parents Mr. ,; Mrs. Margaret Thomas is visiting .
decoration -- and MM.! D. W. Hazen and other relatives relatives at Midway this week. _
tit Mrs. Gray has chosen I Dr. J, J. Treadwell, district super I
4' Shasta daises and old fashioned intendent Jacksonville district 1E.[ here during his vacation from I Among the visitors here leaf week

baskets containing cut flowers. The Church Monday evening The tint Ichool.--: I were L. S. Dekle, G. D. and Leroy "

i dainty_,score card are of bride de-j quartely conference was held Immediately -- I George Lewis of Starke was a business ''Fairctoth, of Lake Butler, Mattie

zt IIlCn. The prizes will consist of silver after the preaching services.Mr. visitor here Tuesday. (Brooks and Boland Thomas of Miller
IL 1I& and) linirerio. ,IEban Rodgers, Jr. J. Tarrish and T. I

I 'J At the conclusion of the games a and Mrs. J. W. Baker and cliU- Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis and H. Rimes. ... THRIFTA

salad) and; an Ice course will be served. drene spent Sunday with relatives.J Lottie Gainey spent Tuesday in New ''COUNCIL REPASSES DOG OHDII

h II Assisting the hostess are Miss J I !Mr. and Mrs.-Bryant Reddish.l of River. I I NANCE Virtue
Elisabeth Range, :Miss Paula -
M Baker, Jacksonville visited relatives here A. A, and G. W. Hazen spent Tues-
i Miss Agnes Thames, !Miss Virginia8trosnl Friday. I| At its meeting Tuesday night the Instill '
day in Starke.D. it Instill

-Tampa Times, June 10th.T I Mrs. J. H. Moore[ was a visitor to C. Melvin and Mr. and Mrs. { one -
Starke:: Every father u qualified to teach and mess the impor- '
1 \\ Wednesday Patten of Starke were guests, of ed invalid. The new ordinance is in
,J t ENTIETII CENTURY CLUB I friends here Thursday. |effect now and a dog is allowed on tance of thrift--whether he be personally a success or
f ENTERTAINED WEDNESDAY E. J. Roberts and son, Earl visited
,the streets only under the following failure. If he is a luccess--he hat known and practiced
relatives in Baldwin I
DIr and Mrs. N. Sternberg delight Friday Miss Lorene Hazen has gone to restrictions: THRIFT. If he has failed he hat acquired keen
I a
fully entertained the Twentieth Century J. T. !Moore and T. J. Terry were Santo.two. to. visit relative. for a weekor I Must be in an auto, buggy, wagonor appreciation of the value of money. He knows wherein

c Card club last Wednesday evening I transacting business in Alachua other conveyance.I Thrift

at their home on Call street The county last week. Mr. and Mrs-E. M. Hazeji motoredto I :\ he muzzled and accompanied pays

w rooms were artistically decorated with I Hampton Thursday.D. by owner or some other person. Many successful careen have started with the habit
Dr.
Easter lilies After the game delicious E. L. Biggs, of Starke was a I Fastened with leash and held by formed by dropping pennies into small home-saving bank
refreshments of professional visitor to Lawtey Wednesday W.Plnholllt:7: St. other
pineapple delight Petersburg owner or some person.
And
4 fathers
many have talked thrift until they
is acquired
with whipped cream and angel food attending to business here this

cake were served. Dainty plate favors Miss. Blanche Alderman of Starkewas week.J. THANKS VOTERSTo themselves.

of Shasta daisies being used. the guest last week of the Misses J. Morgan D. M. Malphurs, C. The Public: When the home bank is full-deposit the savings here.
High prize Won\ by Mm. Florence Joyce and Claudie I am greatful indeed for the We 4
Powell Terry. N. Shaw, and G. B. Colson attendedto support pay per cent interest on saving accounts.
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',i n4.embroidered buffet set;T! I business in Starke of my people, and shall always
4NY.!: :-F. F. Stump silk 'i Wednesday. .-
sock Mix
; I'- appreciate! : the confidence you have,
lAIvares, box linen handkerchiefs. Low here last week. Eunie and 1. W. Haten motored to by your vote, expressed in me. BANK OF STARKE '

I prises won by bliss Mabel Weller, I. Mrs. L. II. Hill-and son, L. II. Jr., Lake Butler. Wednesday morning. I shall be triad to have your cooperation -
linen handkerchief; Joe Truby, deck of in eforcing the laws.
card j. spent Sunday at-Kingsley lake.. M.. P. Matheny was attending to \V. J. EPPERSON. The Bank of Helpful Service

Those enjoying: the charming, hospitality Mr. and Mrs Marlon Stokes and business in Gainesville Friday.

of Mr. and Mrs. children of Wauchula I : WESTERN ELECTRICAL EXPOSITION STARKE FLORIDA
Steinberg.were were week-end I G. W. Larrimore of St. Petersburgwas ,

,.. : Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs.)|visitors at the home' of Mr. and Mrs. attending to business her last I
Inman and her. truest, Mrs. G. W. Stokes. ,
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I FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PACK PIVB

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r Joe Truby was a business visitorto delighted with the increase in one '''assist in this cleaning: by Joining the '

Jacksonville Tuesday. hundred per cent classes. Be one Sun '' workers at the cemetery, tending hired -

day. 'I' help or giving money to PRY for rENT-A-WORD

pen Bits of LocalInformation Gary Ennis spent last week in
Divino worship at 11:00.: The pastor hands and tea la.
Jacksonville with Mrs. C. 13. Peeler.
has been requested to assist in revival I Those desiring to help may report I ;

meeting for a week or two, which
I ,
I Mrs. M. Leviton has returned froman Ito Mr. S. E. Brownlee, chairman
will] take him from his pulpit on Sun- I

extended visit at Valdosta, Ga. day. Ha is pleased to announce to tho I I Icemetery committee.
Concerning Our People Business and
FOR SALE-Tomato crates, ctmpleto
church and congregation! that Rev.T. I Dinner will be served on the
Progress in the County and Town. Mrs. S. J. Kelley is visiting her I also paper and nails D. W. Moore,
J. !Hedges will occupy the pulpit grounds. All bring well Ailed baskets.I .
son, Mr. D. W. Kelley of New River. Theressa, Fla. 6-0-4t
both morning and evening, and Is :
I I I REGISTERED AT TilE MARION
confident of the and
pleasure profit
Theordore Peeler of Jacksonville isis FOR SALE-180 selected White Leghorn

L. G. Powell was a business visitor Mrs Hendly McLeod has returned visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. W. Morgan. that the worshippers will receive I Among those-recently; ; registered at I hens Two miles west of

to Paradise Monday. home from an extended visit with her through his ministeratlons. the Hotel Marion: II: R. KUtler, Gres- Starke. W. N. LaDue, Stark. 2t.
mother in Pine View, Georgia.Mrs. B. Y. P. U. at 7:00 p.m. and evening
Iham
worship at 8:00.CHURCH: McCullough, J. M. McCullough/: FOR RENT furnished
Mrs. J. II. Moore, of Lawtey, spent Miss Audrey Johns went to Max- Jr., J. 0. Cravens, Atlanta; P. A. -Completely

Wednesday in Starke. Lawrence Adams and Mrs. R. villo Thursday to visit Miss Ethel OF CHRIST.; I Etheridge, Tallahassee; J. A. \VlckI cottage at Kingsley lake; boat with
h. Hutchinson were the guests of Mr. Simmons. place S.L.PEEK, Starko. It.
line, Ohio; Irian Baker, H. A. Lindsey.
weekendin and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Friday The church with no creed but faithIn I
Adams the
Stanley spent Williston; J. E. Linton, Monticello;
FOR SALE-At: a bargain-Tison &
and Christ, and no test of fellowship
Jasper on business. Saturday. James Richard Wainwright Is visiting I D. M. McEntire, S. A. L.; O. L. hall Jones buggy in good condition. G.
but faith in Christ and obedience to
Ilia sister !Mrs. D. T. Clark in
Gainesville H. M. Newport, Valdosta,
;
I Iris plainly expressed commandments C. Cady, Stnrke, Fla. C-3-2t
A son' was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Edward Burns, Mrs. .Jacksonville. II. U McDonald, Daytona; R. L.
> ; asks ,
to attend Bible School.
Oscar Vandivigvere Monday. I Joe Hoover, Mrs. L. Wyman and baby you Fitzgerald, Jacksonville. FOR SALE-Ford car, 1023 model i'

Ruth, motored to Gainesville Mon Mr. and !Mrs. F. A. Sebert, of Communion and commanded worshipnext good condition, new, tires. $225 term

Mrs. G. A. DeVane, of Lakeland, is day aftternoon.Mrs. Melborne, are spending week hereat Sunday. I I TII.NKS'OTEUS can be arranged. Rawson J. Davis
"One Sided Religion" will be the I Isubje.t
the guest of Mrs. G. C. Sweat.L. Mrs E. Johns. Starke. C-30-J
c/ the sermon at 11 a.m. I To The Citizens of Bradford County:

Owen Marr of Mime has returned Miss Oudia Barlow of Green Cove There will be no preaching Sunday I I desire to extend to'you my sincere I j FOR SALE:-Fifty white Leghorn!
H. Partridge business .to her home, after short ,
was a a
All thanks for your hearty support in tho hens t,25 each. Mrs. T. C. MorrisIt.
night. who desire to do so may $
is
I Springs, visiting at the home of
visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. visit in Starke with her sisterinlaw'Mrs. .
I Mr. and Mrs. Noble. attend the preaching at the tent. 1 recent Primary, as well a* for favors 'I .
S. A. Bryan. 1I I
1 I in the past. You have been exceeding.good -

A. A. Durden, of Hampton, was a PRESBYTERIAN I to mo. I attribute my success In I Jo'UII.. :-Milk cow with young:

business visitor to Starke Tuesday. Misses Mary Curtis Williams and Mrs. Alice Langford of Alachua I I this campaign! to the efforts of my i calf, good qualities; gives. two gallons -

Aileen Alvarez, Messers Gary Ennis spent the week-end with her mother, Preaching Services both morningand [loyal friends. I II I milk a day. D. W.. Alvarez It.

Strained honey at Kickliter's.L. I and Theodore Peeler motored to Mrs. E. J. Wainwright. evening Sunday, Juno 15th. ,I I am profoundly grateful to each (
Gainesville Rev. D. E. Shaw of Canada will ,j j I WANTED; TO RENT-Cottage in
Tuesday.D. of who supported
you me and trust
Mrs Fletcher Burnett and of the pulpit both services. Starke. II. E. Lagergren. It*
II. Hill, of Lawtey, was a business baby, occupy that I may bo able to carry out your
Gainesville\ are guests of Mrs. J. C. S Sunday school at 10:00: am.
visitor to Starko Wednesday.Mrs. C. Jones handles the worldfamous mission if I0 to Washington. FOR SALK:-Nine head pigs good
Adkins! at Kingsley lake. Cordial invitation to tho public.
General Electric fans all sizes.
Sincerely yours' blooded, stock. Write C. Letsch, R. 1

J. E. Maines, of Lake Butler JUDGE GARDINER TIIANKS HIS LEX GR :" N. box 10a. Starko, FIll It*
was visiting in Starke Wednesday.Paul Mr. and Mrs. Will Powell, and Mrs R. L. Parker and baby, ofCampvllle ENDS |

daughter Miss Annie, of Jacksonville, ; are guests at the home of I II THURSDAY CLOSING': ATLAWTEY FARM WANTED> want farms for

E. Canova, Sr., was a business were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns. wish to express my appreciation I cash! buyers. Describe and tataprln

visitor to Chattanooga Tenn., last Mrs. J. W .Andrews, Sr. to the citizens of the county for the ;| We the business people In Lawtey ?. R. McNown, 102 Wilkinson

week. i Mrs. J. E. Maines, of Lake Butler, nomination as county judge of Brad- '' whose names appear below will close BUIg.? Omaha, Neb. C-0-3t
our respective places of bus In".... for
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Mr. and Mrs. Rawson Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Knight, of Bunnell, ford, and assure them that tho duties

Keep the Air Alive. DeWitt C. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and daughter, are visiting Mrs. W. J. Epperson for of the county judge's office will be Thursday hnlf holiday FOR SALE-40 acres /land, 7-room
I Commencing Thursday June 10th bungalow, celled inside, good water,
Jones. I Jean, motored to Keystone Heightsand several days of this week. carried out faithfully and ImJartlally.I
II I Lake Geneva Sunday. GEO. A. GARDINER. !|I land continue through tho months of near churches and schools; near
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F. F. Stump and daughter, Evelyn Mr. and Mrs! W. J. Epperson had as -- June, July and August. State Farm; situated bust farming

have returned from a short trip to Misses Virginia Weeks and Ella guests Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Robt. M.
Eustis. I. Baker, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Lawtey State Bu/ik/ Edwards Garage, for trucking, strawberries and
May Hezen, of Brooker, are entertaining To the Voters of Bradford County: i I
Geo.' A. Anderson, of Lawtey and W. \v. E. Torode, Geo. F. Young, G. W. general farming. 25 acres cleared
I( a few of their friends. at a picnicat I wish thank the of '
to good people
Roberts O. E. Ro.len. Louts II. Hill to that must
,
Bill McCormick, of Gainesville, is J. Epperson, Jr. of Ocala. : belong a corporation
Beach
Hampton today. Bradford county for having nom I- 1 J. It. Row,, Cone sell down 5 balance.
visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. E, Tracy's Pharmacy, $400 years on
nated me without opposition. I appre & Well, Howe & and E. E. Q. M. Inman Starke Fla.4SRtf .
Bryan ,
M. Davis. I Mrs. A. E. Wall and son, William Captain J. L. Ballard, Inf. (D. O. ciate the honor and confidence I Apply to ,
you "
nurney.I .
L.) was a visitor to .Starke Wednes
I
Duncan have returned from
a have conferred upon me and shall al ,
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Is visiting her ,month's stay with relatives and day. Wednesday evening he inspectedCo. I
endeavor to in
serve a
ways you way
daughter, Mrs. A. V. Long, in Palatka 'friends in Springfield, Mo. G. 124th Inf., at the armorThe that will merit this trust. I .
this week. I annual state encampment will be heldat

I I Strawberry, cuke, com and tomato Camp Johnston beginning July W.Respectfully 0. DUVALL, i I INSURANCEThat's

Snap bean seed. Kickliter. crates, also bean hampers at. Kickli 13th, and Capt. J. L. Peek will have

,ter's store. :a company second to none there this THANKS VOTERSI

Mr. and Mrs. .C. C. Price and sons, 'year. Our Business

of Live Oak, were visitors to Starke I sincerely thank the good peopleof
Mrs. Perry Dover and granddaughter
Mr. W. E. wife County Commissioner's DistrictNo. FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
Monday. I Miss Estelle Kendrick-left Thurs- Wainwright, and ,
little daughter, Mary of Philadelphia 6- for the splendid vote they gave
day evening for a visit with relatives BONDS 'r
AUTOMOBILE
Mr. 'and Mrs. Bryant Hodges announce -Ua South and North Carolina. spent Sunday and Monday here visiting me, and promise faithful service to ,

the arrival of a'little daughter his uncle, N. D. Wainwright, and them "' Agency Established 1886

born June 10th. I Miss Elizabeth Brownlee, who has other relatives. lIe holds an important Respectfully,
S. V. ANDREWS. J. R. DAVIS & CO.
been attending school fn DeLand, is position with the Curtis Publish

Mrs.' G. M. Inmon has as her guests 1 spending the vacation months with ing Co.' of Philadelphia, and was en FROM MR. UNDERBILL .

k Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Gray, of Peters- her parents Mr. and Mrs. II. L. route to Moore Haven to spent his

burg, Virginia. 'Brownlee. vacation with his father, N. S. Wain- I desire to ;express; my appreciation

I .. -- wrightclerk of the circuit court of of( tho handsome vote given me

Keep the Air Alive. DeWitt C. Rev. T. G. Shaw of Canada will Glades county.PRESBYTERIAN. for county commissioner, and wishto SASH LUMBER BRICK, LIME

Jones. 'preach both morning and evening at assure all that I will work at alll DOORS CEMENT

the Presbyterian church on Sunday CHURCH BEING times for the best interest of our BUILDERS HARDWARE
Brownlee Jr. is visiting -
Milton ,
Master REPAIRED county.
June 15th. A cordial invitation is extended -
his cousin, Annie Long, in Pal the public. J. L. UNDERIIILL( SHERWIN- ...... Everything
atka this week. Carpenters and painters aro repairing W LI A MS ,'f for
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and the CARD FROM MIC. JOHNS:"
painting Presbyterian : PAINT.KYANIZE. + 'rv\ BuildinfIKJ
'| A cool breeze these hot will
Earnest Dowling, of Hoboken, N. J. days church this week, the painting 1" and
make life a pleasure. See Jones for being I wish to thank the people or IIrn Is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. E. Mid in charge of Oscar Vandivi- VARNISHES R.pair "lf
electric fans.Lawrence ford county for allowing me to lie
dleton this week. gvere. The appearance of the building I
,
I is being considerably improved and nominated' as a member of the House CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY

Adams, of Jacksonville, of Representative without oppositionand
Mrs. Catherine Davis went to when the work is completed the congregation -
spent Sunday her, guest of Mr. and : can assure the cltUonnhlp: thatI STARKE, FLORIDA
will
niece have
Jacksonville Monday to visit per cause to be proudof
Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. He returned their house of will look after their Interest at all .
Miss Josie Hoffman. I worship.
home Sunday afternoon, accompaniedby times.

Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch, of De- his wife, who spent the weekendin TIRE SIIOI' GOES; : TO GAINESVILLE Respectfully, .. -- -_ .- ..-
Starke with friends. EVERETT: JOHNS. -- un -
of relatives in
,Land, are guests .
R. Bowers has moved his tire shop
Starke for several days. CARII FROM) MIL WIGGINS;
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ray and daughter to Gainesville, seeking a larger town -l

Chickens and eggs wanted. Kickliter Beth of Luke City, motored to for the sale of his tires and accesso t wish to thank the people of Brad- Your Bank's Confidence

Mr. and Mrs. L. Wyman and Mrs. Starke and spent several days of ries. Mr Bowers is a hustler and will ford county for your confidence in me

Rawson J Davis motored to Paradiseand last week with Mrs. Ray's parents, : doubtless make a success in tho University an your superintendent, having per-

Gainesvillelonday.: ,Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Partridge. They' City. mited me to be nominated to succeed _. .. --- --

returned home Saturday.Miss myself without opposition. I
DIG
The normal school, In. charge of HULLEN AT CEDAR KEY shall ever feel grateful to you for I When you seek the counsel of an officer

Mondayat Mary Curtis Williams left Dr. Bullen, of the what have done. I shall strive
Prof. S. S. Dowling, opened pastor Baptist you
of the
the high school building. Wednesday morning for Fortress church has been asked, to spend ten harder, if possible, to bring our school Bradford County Bank on financial

Monroe, Va.., where she will be the days or tow weeks in special, meet interests to a standard which will be matters are establishing

I Miss Margaret Long leaves today 'guest of friends for several weeks. ings with the Baptist church at Cedar be second to none. ''I you a

for Jacksonville, where she will enterMasaey'e While in Starke Miss Williams was Key, beginning on Sunday next. Tho II. B. WIGGINS. bond of confidence which is mutually

the guest of Miss Aileen Alvarez. officers of the church .
Business College. gave hearty
I advantageous.
CLEANING AT CRO.SIJY
I consent to his going, which will make

Miss Blanche Alderman spent several -i J. H. Wentworth, of St. Augustine, his visit to Gulf town all the more CEMETERY: I I

days of the past week at Lawtey 'state auditor is in Starke this weekon pleasurable. Rev. T. J. Hedges will Under the auspices of theV.. T. This bank wolcomcs the opportunityof

with the Misses Joyce and Claudia business. Mr. Wentworth had be the very acceptable supply on Sun- Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., there will cultivating friendship and in
of transcribing the records for your
Terry. ,charge day, both morning and evening. be an all day cleaning at Crosby Cem- you

r Union county when Bradford was BAPTIST CHURCH etery FrMay, June the 20th. All per- turn find, as new problems present them
divided, and made friends during BULLETIN.
many
Keep the Air Alive-With Electric sons owning lots and those Interested

Fans. DeWitt C. Jones. his stay here. The regular services of the church in helping to make the "city of the selves, that your bank is something more

Mrs. J. C. Adkins and children, Jim- will b. held! on Sunday., The Bible dead" a beautiful spot, are asked to than a depository for your funds.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. school, at 9:45: a.m., Is keeping
mie and Margaret, of Gainesville, up
will go to Kingsley lake Thursdayfor well, with visitors each
Sunday.
Torode's Mrs. Blake and daughter, Frances, of Opening an account here naturally
a three weeks stay at Prof. Wiggins, the Superintendent, is 666 entitles
|Gainesville, Mrs. Jack Briggs and
cottage. this confidential
(son, Johnnie, of Jacksonville, are -- ... you to service.
(' I III a prescription for Malaria, Chill
spending two weeks at the Adkins ,
Louis Hoffman returned to his and Fever, Dengue or Bilious Fever. I II
home in Jacksonville first of the week, 'cottage, Kingsley lake. : HOTEL MARIONSTARKE It bill the germs.COFFINS I We shall welcome you as a depositor :

after spending several days here. with I! Mrs. J. L. Frazee, Jr., and daughter and extend every facility to help :
relatives. I FLA. I.... .. .. .. you
{ left Wednesday for Pablo Beach to I I III... ..... "'.. solve problems.Bradford

visit Mrs. D. T. Clark, before return- II I I & CASKETS your :
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of Jacksonville.is Under
Mrs. Mary Wynn, New Management
her home in Greensboro, N. C. ,
to
spending several days of this week ing 1 And a rail Line .! I
She was accompanied by her mother, 1I I Center of City I II
here guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. An- U4 tllllt'l 'slfbn
Mrs. J. L. Frazee, Sr., who will also I County Bank I

.1 drewi. Sr.Porto be the guest of Mrs Clark.f I Excellent Room*-Excellent I AUTOMOBILE HEAR3B y

Meal..
s Rica draws, grown here, at J.. I ,I Always w ...... Th. best MI'.
F. Kick-liter1 ** { i;'!r. Ernest Dowling left Thursday i iAsk .... nl tk. ......t price.. 8p Established 1889
,, morning for Jacksonville and Eau th. Trsrelinc M.n.I I .... attention to telegraph. w.

Misses Ollie and Amelia Ray left GallIe" "He was accompanied by his I n. Registered 1.1.: .... "Bradford County's Flninclal

Monday afternoon for Hendersonville, mother, Mrs. L. E. Dowling, who is .. -- J

several returning to her home in Eau Gallie, D.WITT C. JONES
N. C., where they will spend Colds Cause Orip and Influenza Sfronghold"I I
in :
several I
spending days l
after
"' ''lb. They will Join Miss Cassie LAXATIVE!: BROMO WOTTfE:T.,bbu *mmt u STARKE, FLA
W. E.
with her daughter, Mrs. I
Starke
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1 J Mrs. W. E. Torode and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot of1 Omaha, November 10 to 15, that i* cured for the display of the world's-.

lay Lucile, were visitors to Jackson-: Starke motored here Tuesday.Mr. quite out of the ordinary. It i* to be a newest electrical inventions and machinery '01'

<::>c i i vile Monday. j jMrs. and Mrs. Harmon' Hazen and great national electrical show. while the great achievements

qj ; ; oil The exposition will celebrate the 'in the electrical world will be demon-
: Brownie Bennett spent sevir.1 children of Plant City were guest I

j t patu9,., et.x: days lost week with relatives here. relatives last weekend.S. fortieth anniversary of electrical service started In the* large' Omaha audi

> V. Andrews motored to New River in the elate of Nebraska, and at torium. '

i Wilmon BrowAuguata, Georgia j')(onda,.. I the same time will be a memorial to It i Is significant of electrical progress -
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-- -- Is visiting his Dr. and Mrs.
-- parents ,! Floyd Wiggins of New River Steinmetz the world's greatest else in the western half of the United
i PJioneH J2J! mid IOU G. W. Brown this week. .
,II. motored here Sunday. trical engineer, who died a few 1 States that this exposition should
--,---- .--- be held in west of the Missouri
a city:
Miss Joyce Terry spent the weekend :| Mr.' and Mrs I. W. Pinholster at. Months ago.
HONORING Virginia, }Ir. and Mrs. F. F. StumpMr. river. *
A four-story building has been se
t in Bladwin as the guest of Miss tended to business in Jacksonville
MISS WILLIAMS and MrK. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. Florence -
Mary Boyer. ,Tuelday.A .
charming Powell Misses Aileen Alvarez, -- --
If! Miss Aileen Alvarez was a _

I t hostess. at an afternoon bridge Mary Curtis Williams, Mabel Weller, Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke MAN WITH A CLEAR :
and Mah Jongg party Saturday, complimentary Margaret Long Blanche McNeil, Mr. was transacting business in town I CONSCIENCE :I I II II

\I'1' to her guest. Miss Mary |Bill Wainwright, Powell Carpenter Vednesday. I| :1 H Hd
My dear friends although defeated '
: /Curtin Williams of Key West who Joe Truby. | M
I Mrs. Ruth King of Jacksonville
Therefore I
1 1. left Wednesday fur Fortress Monr I I am happy man.
Virginia. Shasta daises were used< for !''ENTERTAINED MERRY WORKERS pent a few days here last week with want to give an expression of my I

decoration in the living; room and reception BY MRS. WHITE her sister, Mrs. E. E. Burney. |,sincere and heart felt thanks, for ,
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I the effort and labor put forth by my r rI } 1
hall of this attractive home I Mrs. Ceo. C. White entertained the Mrs. M. E. Patterson spent Sun- '

Mrs 'N. D. Wainwright won high ,Merry Workers and a few invited day with friends in Jacksonville. '!friends. In order to secure my success. I

prize in bridge a deck of cards; Mica 'friend! at her pleasant home on West fi.Although defeated: I feel in my 1 1 1I

Florence Matthew the consolation ''Call street Monday evening. Refresh- :Mr. and Mrs.-w,. Wainwright [l heart that with the help of my friends I

prize a weekend vanity set. Mrs. A. month of sherbet and individual cakes and children were visitors* to 1rlacclen- ,I1 made a good ftllh I have kept the II I I iIIIa -:

1 Z. Adkins< made high score in MahJongg I were served at the close of the eve- ny Sunday. I j;f faith. Therefore I am always ready to I I
be offered as a sacraflce for the i aI
) and received as a prize a deck ,nlnlC. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Man and child OR ,
1 i good of my people. I have endeavoder II
of cards; Mrs. L. Wyman was awarded 1I
'MISS DURDEN ren were called to Sanderson Sundayon
Miss IIO.NOKEU: .all through this campaign to be clean
low week-end set.
a vanity
| WITH lUtlDGB LUNCHEON account of: the serious illness of a and I
and honest with my opponent, ,
Williams received the truest prize. a relative. ,
box of stationery. AND SHOWERMrs. I'have no ill feeling toward him what- I

.. The hostess served a tempting J. S. Mims entertained yes- John Mann was a business visitor ever. I sincerely thank every one that

a salad course at the conclusion of the terday morning at the Castle Gar. I to Waldo Monday. I(supported me and every one that I
idea voted against me I want to say to I tll
tea room with delightful' bridge '
a
game.
t i 'Mr. and Mrs. I
Bryant Reddish visited toward
I them that I have no ill feeling .
t The guests were Mrs L. Wyman, !,luncheon and handkerchief ihower, 1 relatives here Friday. I any one, believing that each one did I II

j Mrs A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. J. L. Frazee, {given in honor of Miss Clara Mae Lso 1'' conscientiously and did so according '
1 1 )dn. Jas Frazee Jr., of Greensboro, burden, bride-elect of June 18. I Mrs. E. E. Barney; and children I I .
to the dictations of their own con Cool Summer Cooking
I N. C., Mr. A. S. Crew's, Mrs. N. D. ( Daisies and chrysanthemum sunflowers are spending few days this 'week 'sciences. Let me again assure you

,t Wainwright, Mrs Edward Burns, Mrs. emohaslzed the color schemeof with relatives in Jacksonville. i
wishes and
that have best < regards -
,, you my
O. L Mrs. J. C. Robinson the tea room, which was done in I
Misges Ceailey Jeannette and Florence Matthews black and orange. The score cards Mr. and Mrs James Rowe and '' ; and may the God of heaven I! With a New Perfection Superfex kerosene
and
daughter of bless us all and prosperity
Macclenny
were guests may
: Hilda Struth, -were tied with black bows. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs J. B. Rowe. overshadow the land I i range all the sickening heat, drudgery and inconvenience

f Madge Middleton : MabelVeller'l! For first prize Mrs. Minis gave a happiness J. T. BARNES. I
boudoir doll lamp of rose satin. This Mrs. G. W. Andrewsjr. visited relatives of preparing the summer meals is ban
SPRING/ MUSICALE I .
,was awarded to Mrs. Walker. The consolation here Monday. I I FIVE MILE hed
THE WOMAN'S CLUB I IS .
prize, consisting of two hand- ',
B. L. Blanchard was visitor to'' Five Mile June 13-Mrs. P. P.'Dekle .
The annual musicale of the Wo II made handkerchiefs, was 'given to Cool clean and convenient the time saved
4 Jacksonville Sunday. was transacting business intake ,
man's Club was held last Friday evening Mrs. Stanley Price. Among the lunch- I j 1(I

( ''" Jjt. the club house, and although eon guests, the prize a set of drystal Mrs. Fortune Moulin of Jacksonville Butler, Thursday. and the increased comfort of using an oil stove
I and Claude Renf
I I Louis! Johns roe returned -
the weather was unfavorable, was sherbet glasses, went to' Mrs. Ed. spent Sunday here with her parents South will times its
Sunday from a trip to many repay cost to you.
well attended. The program was in Holmberg. The honoree was presented Mr. and Mrs )[. Padgett.Miss'dara (I Florida.

t charge of Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, and a doll boudoir lamp in the designof [I Tomroie Thomas and family of Mid- MANY MODELS-ALL PRICES
doll bride. Miss Priest Mae Shepherd was a :
due to her efforts an enjoyable pro- a Dorothy
gram wan rendered. I I| 'and Miss Justine Savarestt, brides- visitor here Monday. way were guests Sunday of his moth.

1 elect of this month each'presented I I er, Mrs. Margaret Thomas.Mr. DeWITT C. JONES
At the close of the program, MissY ,! were Mrs.! Will Dupree of Jacksonville and Mrs. Dupree of Alachua
+ Mabel Weller and< her committee by the hostess with a set 01 spent the week-end here with her were visitors here, Friday. I
old rose candle shades. As special out- HARDWARE
ierved Ice cream and cake. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. WrByrd. I Mrs. Ida Parrish and children were
of-town guests enjoying the affair, I I
The evening's consisted of her Mrs. Ollie Farrlsh
of
program sister -
the Miss Lulu Lee Mima and Mrs W. K. PINE HILL I guests i STARKE, FLORIDA
following:
Whidden, of Bartow were given 'I Sunday. _
\
; Choruses, (a) Moonlit Meadows Chinese parasols. Pine Hill, June 6-Tom Markee ] Tom Hendrix, Mesdames Mattie

Czilbulka); (b) Forget-me-not (Grie- Fred Greene and Alvin demons took J i Drawdy and Alma Drawdy were -
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the --
te)-Ladies' voice. Following games a course the Civil Service Examination May I'shopping in Dukes, Saturday. ,

; Voice (a) Ah Love But a Day luncheon was served. 24th at Gainesville. I I| Cecil Drew and Marion Drawdy :

I (Beaeh) (bThe Year's At the Spring Mrs. "Claude Park sang "If "You Ales and )Mrs Ray Foxworth of''of Leesburg arrived Friday to spend GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY

I (Beach)-Mrs. Lawrence Adams Forget, and "Love Is a Bubble. Jacksonville were guests of E. B. their vacation with'relatives here.D. .

I Voice (a) Tea Yeux (Raby) (b) A huge "cake" containing Jhe handkerchiefs Andrews family. :! J. O. Green of Brooker spent INMAN & RITCH

I '1 Swiss Echo Song (Elkert)-Mrs. was placed on a table in the Daul Roy and Lesley Greene motored Saturday here guest of his daughter REPRESENT TilE BEST LEADING
I. Adams. reception room and Miss Durden was Mrs. Parrish. INSURANCE COMPANIES
to Dukes Saturday afternoon. FIRE
Piano (a) Fan tat le Impromptu required to cut the cake in order to Mr. and Mrs Boby Parrish oft I 1 Dana and Gladys Duke returned ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,

I (Chopin) (b) Schenzo (Mendelssohn) get the handkerchiefs which had been Duke. were gusts of A. L. Greene Sunday from a weeks visit with rela- BONDS, LIABILITY
l -Miss Mona Alderman presented her by the guests i I lives in Lake Butler.

) Voice (a) Wings of NightWinter( Assisting the hostess with the entertaining Sunday. i Claude Dowling and sisters of ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY

} Watts) (b) In the Dawn of an Indian was Mrs G. K. Berkley.MR. Mrs. Ada Kency of Gainesville ,Lake Butler were guests 01 Mr. and .
visited her mother, Mrs J. E. demons -
Sky (Ward Stephens)-Mrs. Mrs. B. L. Duke Sunday. *
Adam. AND MRS. MARKS Sunday. J. E. demons and son Alvin I Oscar Rimes Ardell Drawdy and "COULD; BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOUlD MAKE IT"

1 Violin(a) Traumerei (Schuman) ENTERTAINMr wen to Gainesville with Mrs. Kency''Marcus Dekle were transacting business Btfon baring st oar ...w April p oI..u., .f . 1 b in order ,to hear Judge R. A. Green BRANDS" which .... b*.. ti. BUndiN .f Qullty let UM put forty _n wlttt
( ) Song Without in Lake Butler, Saturday.
Words-Mrs. WV, and Mrs. George Marks entertain IIpea He was to speak at the courthouse Florid cr...... Print always rt.... Qatlltr .nn.ld.rd. .., the .h.._.. hat th. ....*
H. Lee. I a few of the members of De Monday afternoon. IL I I )[rs. F. G. Drawdy visited Mrs. B. far _1IItII. AIM. prle lieu .! IiMctleiiln. Sprijrw. DwUra mat Dusts lilt Al...

Voice, Polonaise from Mlngnon! !i Land's younger society set on, Monday : Duke, Sunday. .... to now rauty, .TU! at one.
(Thomas The prices on cucumbers has fell I i 1 1 G. I,. Johnson and Mr. and
) Mrs. family
r Adams. I evening with E O. PaislerFertilizer Co.
a buffet supper at considerably and the Jacksonville FI.I. .
Voice, (a) Call Me No More (Cad- 'their beautiful new home In "AthensPnrk production is Mrs. B. Jhons, Mr. and Mrs. B. Kerce 4
man); I Heard increasing every day. The prices on and. Henry Kerce attended the danceat ." -
y_ a Cry (Flsherj) : (c) complimenting Miss Fannie beans also down. \
4g'I I, The Answer (Terny)-Mrs. Adams Darby of Staike. Mark are demons the home of Mr.\ and Mrs. Ed. I I It
motored to Dukes
Tho ladies taking" part In the chorus the Rainey Saturday evening.
were Mrs.\ A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. E. L. loiter in evening the guests Monday carrying two truck loads of j I\ esdamee Cox and Russell of a
invited to the Drvka
'were Theatre, cucumbers.II. .
Biggs. Mrs Florence Powell Mrs J jWorthlnjjton were visitors here Mon r rI
Jtawson ,where a Constance Tulmage film was I II. Green's horse stumbled with j
Davis, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, day.
Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. 1\I'O.[ i). K, i enjoyed.Mr. him and came near throwing him i Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hendrix visited ,
.
I and Mrs.I Marks' in from which he has
,guests suffered an awful
Knight Misses ,
Hilda Struth; Florence Mr. and Mrs Andrews, Sunday.
eluded, Misses Beth Brownleo, LydiaWilliam sorriness' :for several days
Matthews, Nellie Stearns j If. H. Dowling is spending this
!), Evelyn Taylor, Fannie Miss
Myrtice Hall
of Lake Butler
Accompanist Mrs. D. C. Jones. week with relatives in Lake Butler.
Darby, and Messers Edwin Douglass, visited Miss Ruby Duglaaa! Sunday. I
1
i Mrs.! D. I. Blume visited Mrs. P. P.
s ItlUDGF.( PARTY Chandler Stith,. Ice Fallen, Mr. and Music was rendered, until late. All Dekle Monday.[ Ibf 1t w l

,1 HONORIMi: MISS DL'RDEN ,Mrs. Austin Conrnd.-DeLand News.. departed saying they had< had a nice
)[1'11.' Eva Renfroe spent last week t I

Mrs Herbert-Gray Is crtertalnlng LAWTEY time. I with her I'arents.Ir.. and Mrs. R. E. ; I

at bridge this afternoon BROOKER Parriah.Mrs. .
at 3:30: at
tier home 112 South Willow avenue, in lAwtey, Juno 13F. H. Long ofStnrke Lilly Johns visited her daughter I I II

honor of Miss Clnra Mae Durden, I ; was transacting bu iriesa in i Brooker June 13.-[. B. Hazen of MM.! Rawson Johnson Monday. $7iS

popular brideelect.For town Saturday. Atlanta is visiting his parents Mr. Mrs. Margaret Thomas Is visiting

decoration Mrs. Gray has chosen 1 i' Dr. J, J. Trcadwell district superintendent and Mrs. D. W. Hazen and other relatives relatives at Midway( this week. 6' '

e, f Shasta daises and old fashioned Jacksonville district M. E. here during his vacation from I Among the visitors here last: week I\

bankets Church school. !were L. S. Dekle, G. D. and Leroy
containing cut flowers. The Monday evening The first ( I ;' '
I
dainty score card. are of bride de quartcly conference was held immedi George Lewis of Starke was a business ''Fatrcloth. of Lake Butler Mattie

sign. The prizes will consist of sliver ately after the preaching services. I visitor here Tuesday. 'Brooks and Boland Thomas. of Miller

and lingerie.At .. I I lEban Rodorers.- Jr. J. Parrish and T.

the conclusion of the games asalad.and 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Baker and cnil- Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis and I[. Rimes. x'COL'NCIL THRIFTA

an Ice course will be served drone spent Sunday with relatives. I Lottie Gainey spent Tuesday !in New' I
j REPASSES DOG OHDII !-
Assisting the hostess are Miss Mr. and Mrs. Bryant RaJdish of River. I jA. NANCE Virtue

I Elisabeth Range Miss Paula Baker Jacksonville visited relatives here / A, and G. W. Hazen spent Tuesday
r Miss Agnes! Thames Miss Virginia Friday I At its meeting Tuesday night the Instill i
in Starke.D. it Instill
Strosnlder and Miss Jeanette" Durden. city council passed a new dog ordi- young it deep!

-Tampa Times June 10th. I Mrs. J. II.( Moore was a visitor to C. Melvin and )Ir. and Mrs. i finance, taking place of the one declared Every father is '
qualified lo teach and
TW Starke Wednesday. Patten of Starke were guests, of invalid. The new ordinance is in stress the importance I
ENTIETH CENTURY: CLUB of thrift. whether
I friends here Thursday. |effect now and a dog is allowed( on -- he be personally a IUCCCM or
ENTERTAINED WEDNESDAY E. J. Roberts and son, Earl visitedrelatl",11 I
the streets only under the following failure. If he is a success-he has known and practiced

Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg delight[ in Baldwin Friday Miss Lorene Hazen has gone to'' restrictions: THRIFT. If he has failed he ha acquired keen y
I I a
) fully entertained the Twentieth Century J. T. Moore and T. J. Terry were or Santos two. to. visit relatives :for a week, I I Must be in an auto, buggy wagonor appreciation! of the value of money. He knows wherein \j

r Card club last Wednesday evening I transacting business in Alachua other conveyance. Thrift pays

at their home on Call street. The county last w.ek.I Mr. and< Mrs. E. M. Haze/t motored 'I Must be muzzled and accompanied

I rooms were artistically decorated with 1 I to Hampton Thursday.D. by owner or some other person. Many successful careen have started with the habit

k Easter lilies After the game delicious 1 Dr. E. L. Biggs of Starke was a I Fastened with leash and held by formed by dropping pennies into small hom aving bank

'" 0 refreshments of pineapple delight professional visitor to Lawtey Wed W.Pinholster of St. Petersburgis owner or some other person. And
fathers have talked thrift until
many
ne day. they acquired
with whipped cream and angel food j attending< to business here this
THANKS VOTERS themterves.
d cake were served. Dainty plate favors i | Miss: Blanche Alderman of Starkewas week.

of Shasta daisies being used. the guest last week of the Misses J. J. Morgan-, D. M. Malphurs, C. To The Public: When the home bank is full-deposit the savings here.
High prize .Won by Mrs. Florence i Joyce and t1audie I am greatful indeed for the We 4
Terry. N. Shaw, and G. B. Colson attendedto support pay per cent interest on saving accounts.!
*
( Powell, hand.embroidered buffet set;1 1 of my people, and shall always
business in Starke .
I :Jrrl':'F. F. Stump, silk socks; Mi h..j. |Ited I'I C. Thomas of Jacksonville visi- -Wednesday (I appreciate the confidence you have --

'Alvarez, box linen handkerchiefs. Low friends here last week. Eunie and 1. W. Hazen motored to by your vote, expressed in me. BANK OF STARKE'

I prizes won by Mis !Mabel\. Welter, Mrs. L. II. Hill- ; ; Lake Butler. Wednesday morning. I shall be glad to have your Cooperation
and son, L. 1(. Jr.. ..
linen handkerchief; Joe Truby, deck of in eforctng the laws
spent Sunday at Klngsley lake. M. P. The Bank
('8 rd.. Matheny was attending to W. J. EPPERSON. of Helpful Service

I Those enjoying the charming hospitality Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Stokes and business In Gainesville Friday.

of Mr. and Mrs. children of Wauchula f WESTERN ELECTRICAL EXPOSI. STARKE FLORIDA
Sternbergwere ) were week-end G. W. Larrimore of St. Petersburg ,

I ,' : Dr. and Mrs E. L. Biggs, )lrs.1|visitors at the home of Mr. and :Mr*. was attending to business here last TION
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Inrrutn and her !guest, Mrs. Gray of G. W. Stokes. week. An exposition-Is to be held at v

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I FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1023. '
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRA II. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE F1VB

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.. Joe Truby was a business visitorto delighted with the increase in one, !'assist In this cleaning by Joining the

Jacksonville Tuesday. hundred per cent classes. Be one Sun- .workers at the cemetery, sending hired -

day. help or giving money to pay for rENT-A-WORD
Bits of LocalInformation '
Gary Ennis spent last week in
Divine worship at 11:00.: The pastor hands and teams.Those .
Jacksonville with Mrs. C. B. Peeler.
has been requested to assist in revival desiring to help may report
meeting for a week or two, which
Mrs. M. Leviton has returned froman i Ito !Mrt. S. E. Brownlee, chairman ,
will him from I
take his: pulpit on Sun-
extended visit at Valdosta, Ga. day. He Is pleased to announce to tho I cemetery committee.
Concerning Our People Business and
FOR SALE-Tomato crates, complete
church and congregation that Rev. Dinner will bo served on the
Progress in the County and Town. 0 Mrs. S. J. Kelley Is visiting hereon I also paper and nails D. W. Moore,
T. J. Hedges will the
occupy pulpit grounds. All bring well filled baskets.
Mr. D. W. Kelley of New River. Theressa, Fla. 6.0.4tFOR (
.. both morning and evening, and Is ,o
J I REGISTERED AT TUB !MARION
confident of the pleasure and profit
'foI Theordore Peeler of Jacksonville isis SALE-180 selected White Leg-
L. G. Powell was a business visitor Mrs n)ndly McLeod has returned visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. W. Morgan that the worshippers will receive I Among those recently registered at horn hens Two miles west of

to Paradise Monday home from an extended visit with her rough: his niinlsterations. the Hotel Marion: H: R. KUtler, Gres- i Stnrke. W. N. LaDue, St rke. 2U
mother in Pine View, Georgia. B. Y. P. U. at 7:00: p.m. and evening
,worship at 8:00.CHURCH: hunt McCullouirh, J. M. McCullouirh: ,
Mrs. J. II. Moore, of Lawtey, spent Miss Audrey Johns went to Max- Jr., J. Ov Cravens!, Atlanta; I'. A. FOR RENT-Completely furnished

Wednesday in Starke. Mrs. Lawrence Adams and Mrs. R. ville Thursday to visit Miss Ethel OF CHRIST; Etheridgp, Tallahassee; J. A. 'VIckI cottage at Kingsley lake; boat with
I. Hutchinson were the guests of Mr. Simmons. place S.L.PEEK, Starko. It.
line, Ohio; Irian Baker, II. A. Lindsey,
Adams the weekendin and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Friday The church with no creed but faith I j
Stanley spent
jWilliston; J. E. Linton, Monticello
; FOR SALE-At a bargain-Tison fc
and Saturday. in Christ, and no test of fellowshipbut
business.A James Richard Wainwright is visiting I. I
Jasper on to''|D. M. McEntire, S. A. L.; O. L. Hall, Jones buggy in good condition. G.
faith in Christ and obedience
his sister, !Mrs. D. T. Clark in
Ills plainly ..Gainesville; It. M. Newport, Valdosta, C. Cody, SUrke, Fla. 6-3-2t"!
expressed
son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Edward Burns, Mrs. "Jacksonville. commandments H. I.. McDonald, Daytona; R. L.
Oscar Vandivigvere Monday I Joe Hoover, !Mrs. L. Wyman and baby asks you to attend Bible School. Fitzgerald, Jacksonville. FOR S.ALE-'ord car, 1023 model, i

Ruth, motored to Gainesville Monday Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Sebert, of Communion and commanded worshipnext food 1 condition, new tires. $225 term

Mrs. G. A. DeVai\e, of Lakeland, lathe aftternoon. Melbome, are upending a week here Sunday. THANKS VOTERS van be arranged. Rawson J. Davis.
at Mrs E. Johns. "One Sided Religion" will be the Starke. C-30-fl
of Mrs. G. C. Sweat.
guest
To The Citizens of Bradford
County
subject of the sermon at 11 a.m. :
Mrs. Owen Marr, of Mima, has returned There will be I desire to extend to you my sincere FOR SALE: white
no preaching Sunday Fifty Leghorn
Miss Oudia Barlow of Green Cove I
L. H. Partridge was a business ( to her home, after a short I
night. All who desire to do so thanks for your hearty support In the hens, ".25 each. Mrs. T. C. !MorrisIt.
I Springs, is visiting at tho home of may
visit in
visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday Starke with her sisterinlaw'Mrs. ,
recent well for favors I
Mr. and Mrs Noble. attend the preaching at the tent. I Primary, as as .
S. A. Bryan.
ia the past. You have been
A A. Durden, of Hampton, was a TRESUYTEKIAN i good to mo. I attribute my exceelllnlf-I FUR SALE-Milk cow with young

business visitor to Starke Tuesday. I Misses Mary Curtis Williams and Mrs. Alice Langford of Alachua I this campaign to the efforts! of my calf, good qualities; gives two gallons -
Aileen Alvarez, Messers Gary Ennis pent the week-end with her mother, Preaching Services both morning i loyal friends.I I milk a day. D. W. Alvarez It.

Strained honey at Kickliter's.L. land Theodore Peeler motored to Mrs E. J. Wainwright. and evening Sunday, Juno 15th. am profoundly grateful tit each :
Gainesville Tuesday.D. Rev. D. E. Shaw of Canada will j JWANTKD I ; TO RKNT-Cottage In
of who
supported trust
H. Hill, of Lawtey, was a business I- Mrs. Fletcher Burnett and baby, of occupy the pulpit both services. that you I may be able to me and out | Starke.: II. E. Ugergrvn. It*
Gainesville, are guests of Mrs J. C. S Sunday school at 10:00: a.m. carry your
visitor to Starke Wednesday.Mrs. C. Jones handles the worldfamous -
mission if I1:0 to Washington. FOR SALK Nine: head pllsolooll
/ -- /
Adkins! at Kingsley lake. Cordial invitation to tho public.
General Electric fans all sizes.
'
Sincerely yours blooded stock. Write C. Lctsch, R. 1
J. E. Maines, of Lake Butler, JUDGE LEX *
OAUIMNEU THANKS HIS GREEN box -10-a. Starko, Fla It
was visiting in Starke Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Powell, and Mrs. R. L. Parker and baby, of rRIENDS I

-- daughter, Miss Annie, of Jacksonville, ampville, are guests at the homo of TIIURSDAYCI.OSIXG: ATI.AWTEYWe FARM WANTED;>\ want farms for
Paul E. Canova, Sr., was a business''were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mr. and !Mrs. S. R. Johns. I wish to express my appreciation' rash buyers. Describe and stata

visitor to Chattanooga Tenn., last Mrs. J. W .Andrews, Sr. to; the citizens of the county for the ; the business! people In L-awtey price. R. McNown, 102 Wilkinson

week. ( Mrs. J. E. Mains, of Lake Butler, nomination as county judge'' of Bradford j I whose names appear below will clone Bl.lg., Omaha, Neb. 6-6-3N

I Mr. and Mrs. Rawson Davis,. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Knight, of Bunnell, and assure them that tho duties our respective places of business for
Alive. DeWitt C. are visiting Mrs W. J. Epperson for of the i Thursday half holiday.Commencing FOR SALE-40 acres land, 7roombungalow
Keep the Air and Mrs. E. M. Davis and daughter, county judge's:! office will be
several of this I Thursday June 10th celled inside, good water,
days week.
Jones.F. Jean, motored to Keystone Heights carried out faithfully and impartially.
I i I land continue through tho months of near churches and schools; near
and Lake Geneva Sunday. GKO.: A. GARDINER.
F. Stump and daughter, Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs/W. J. Epperson had as -- June, July and August State Farm; situated best farming

have returned from a short trip to I Misses Virginia Weeks! and Ella guests Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Robt. M. THANKS VOTERSTo R. R. There, Andersons'. Gatlll'e.Lawt..y section Bradford county; famous

Eustis. Baker, of Jacksonville, !Mr. and Mrs. State Bnjik\,/ Edwards Garage, for trucking, strawberries and
May Hezen, of Brooker, are entertaining Ceo' A. Anderson, of Lawtey and W. the Voters of Bradford County: i W. E. Toro o, Geo. F. Young, G. W. general farming. 25 acres cleared,

Bill McCormick, of Gainesville, is !I a few of Beach their friends at a picnicat J. Epperson, Jr. of Ocala. I wish to thank the good people of i' Roberts, O. E. Rodt-n, Louis II. Hill, belong to a corporation that must

visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Hampton today. Bradford county for having nominated I. :I' J. B. Rowe, Tracy's Pharmacy Cone sell, $400 down, 5 years on balance.

M. Davis. E'I I Mrs. A. E. Wall and son, William Captain J. L. Ballard, Inf. (D. O. ciate the me honor without opposition.confidence I appre- I & Wells Howe & Bryan and E. E. Apply to G M. Inman, Starke, Fla.
and you ,| 4-2fi-tf "
L.) was a visitor to Starke Wednes- o umey.I
Duncan have returned from
a
have conferred me and shall always -
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee is visiting month's stay with relatives and day. Wednesday evening he inspected upon I t

daughter, Mrs. A. V. Long, In Palatka friends in Springfield, Mo. Co.' G. 124th Inf., at the armorThe that will endeavor merit to this serve trust.you in a way I .

this week. I annual state encampment will be heldat

I Strawberry, cuke, corn and tomato Camp Johnston beginning July W.Respectfully O. DUVALL., !i' INSURANCEThat's

Snap bean seed. Kickliter. :crates, also bean hampers at Kickli 13th, and Capt. J. L. Peek will havea

I ter's store. company second to none there this THANKS VOTERSI
Mr. and Mrs, .C. C. Price and sons, year. Our Business

of Live Oak, were visitors to Starke I I Mrs. Dover and sincerely thank the !good peopleof
I Perry granddaughter -
II County Commissioner's District FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
Monday.Mr. 'ter Estelle Kendrick-left Thurs- Mr. W. E. Wainwright wife and ,
day evening for a visit with relatives little daughter, Mary of Philadelphia, No. & for the splendid vote they gave

'and Mrs. Bryant Hodges announce I I in South and North Carolina. spent Sunday and Monday here visiting me, and promise faithful service to AUTOMOBILE, BONDSAgency

the arrival of a'little daughter his uncle, N. D. Wainwright, and them, .. Established 1886HJ

born June 10th. I I Miss Elizabeth Brownlee, who has other relatives. He holds an important Respectfully,

been attending school Tn DeLand, is position with the Curtis Publish- S. V. ANDREWS. R. DAVI S & CO.SASH .
G. M.Inmon has as her guests I Illr. i '
Mrs
'i big Co. of
Philadelphia
0 spending the vacation months with and was en1 FROM: :Mlt. UNDERHILL I .
.and Mrs Ernest Gray, of Petersburg ,
her parents Mr. and !Mrs. H. L. route to Moore Haven to spent his --
Virginia. I,I Brownlee. vacation with his father, N. S. Wain. I I desire to express my appreciation

I -- wrightclerk of the circuit court of off( tho handsome vote given me

Keep the Air Alive. DeWitt C. ,' Rev. T. G. Shaw of Canada will Glades county.PRESIIYTEUIAN. for county commissioner, and wish LUMBER BRICK, LIME

Jones. 'preach both morning and evening at to assure all that I will work at alll DOORS CEMENT
CHURCH BEING times for the best interest of
the Presbyterian church on Sunday our BUILDERS
Master Milton Brownlee, Jr., is visIting REPAIRED county. HARQWARE ;
June 15th. A cordial invitation is expended
his cousin, Annie Long, in Pal the public. J. L. UNDEKHIU SIIERWIN- ._ Everything
atka this week.I i Carpenters and painters are repairing W LI A MS '.,1 i. for
ii i and painting the Presbyterian CAKII I"JWIIIC.: : JOHNS PAINT.KYANIZE. + ".\ Building
I A cool breeze these hot days will
Earnest Dowling, of Hoboken, N. J. I church this week, the pointing ,'-. .nd
make life a pleasure. See Jones for 1 wish to thank the people ot IIrn"-
Is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. E. Mid being in charge of Oscar Vandivi VARNISHES' tp '\.- R.p.irin
electric fans.Lawrence ford! county for allowing me to be
dleton, this week. gvere. The appearance of the building
i Is being considerably improved and nominated as a member of the !louse CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY

Adams, of Jacksonville, when the I of Representative without opposition
Mrs. Catherine Davis went to work Is completed the congregation
Jacksonville Monday to visit ;er niece spent Sunday her, guest of Mr. and : will have cause to be proudof and can assure the citizenship thatI STARKE, FLORIDA
Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. lIe returned their house of will look after their Interest at all ,
Miss Josie Ilollman. I worship.
home Sunday! afternoon, accompanied times.

Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De- by his wife, who spent the weekend. TIRE; SHOP GOES; TO GAINESVILLE Respectfully, -. ... --
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in Starke with friends. : EVERETT: JOHNS. -- -
of relatives in
.Land, are guests '
Starke for several days. R. Bowers has moved his tire shop C.\KI TlOM I Mie. WlftfilNSt ) I
Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Ray and daughter to Gainesville, seeking a larger towh ,

Chickens and eggs: wanted. Kickliter Beth, of Luke City, motored to for the sale of his tires and accesso wish to thank;- the people of Bradford o Your Bank's Confidence

Mr. and Mrs. L. Wyman and Mrs. Starke and spent several days of ries. Mr Bower's is a hustler and will county for your confidence In me

Rawson J Davis motored to Paradiseand last week with Mrs. Ray's parents, I doubtless make a success in the Uni- [BH your superintendent, having permit

Gainesville Monday.The ,, Mr. and Mrs L. H. Partridge. They I versity City. ed mo to be nominated to succeed -- -.. -- --- --

returned home Saturday. I myself without
opposition I
nit Ht'LLEN "'r CEIIAK
KEY
normal school, in. charge of shall ever feel grateful to you for I When you seek the counsel of an officer .
Prof. S. S. Dowling, opened Mondayat !Miss Mary Curtis Williams left Dr. Bullen, pastor of the Baptist' what you have dune. I shall strive

the high school building. Wednesday morning for Fortress church has been asked to spend ten harder, if possible, to tiring, our school of the Bradford County Bank on financial

Monroe, Va.., where she will be the days or tow weeks in special meet interests to a standard which will be I matters are establishing

Miss Margaret Long leaves today (guest of friends for several weeks. ings with the Baptist church at Cedar be second to none. you a
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for Jacksonville, where she will enterMassey' ''While in SUtrke Miss Williams was Key, beginning on Sunday next. The I 1[. B. WIGGINS. i bond of confidence which is mutually
the guest of Miss Aileen Alvarez. officers of
the church
Business College. I __________ consent to his going, which gave will hearty make CLEANING CIU/4IIY .: I advantageous. I,

Miss Blanche Alderman spent sev- i J. II. Wentworth, of St. Augustine, his visit to Gulf town all the more CEMETERY: 0''

, eral days of the past week at Lawtey state auditor is in Starke this week pleasurable. Rev. T. J. Hedges will Under the auspices of tbeV.. T. This bank welcomes the opportunity
. :Mr. Wentworth had I
with the Misses Joyce and Claudia k on business. be the very acceptable supply on Sun- Weeks Chapter U. I), C., there will of cultivating and
friendship in
of transcribing the records for your ,
Terry. charge day, both morning and evening. be an all day cleaning at Crosby Cemetery you
Union county when Bradford was Friday June the turn find new problems them- I
BAPTIST CHURCH 20th. All persons as present
divided, and made friends during BULLETIN
many
Keep the Air Alive-With Electric owning lots and those Interested !
Fans. DeWitt C. Jones. his stay here. The regular services of the church in helping to make the "city of the selves, that your bank is something more

Mrs. J. C. Adkins and children, Jim- will b. held on Sunday., The Bible dead" a beautiful spot are asked to than a depository for your funds. I
J. W. Andrews, Jr. school
Mr. and Mrs. at 9:45 a.m., Is keeping
will lake Thursdayfor mie and Margaret, of Gainesville, well, with up I
go to Kingsley visitors each
Sunday.
Torode's Mrs. Blake and daughter, Frances, of Opening an account here naturally I
a three weeks stay at i Prof. Wiggins, the Superintendent, is 666 en-
Gainesville, Mrs. Jack Briggs and
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cottage. titles this confidential
to service.
|son, Johnnie, of Jacksonville, are -- you I
in a prescription for Malaria, Chills
two weeks at the Adkins .
Louis Hoffman returned to his i spending and Fever / I II
o Dengne or Bilious Fever.
home in Jacksonville first of the week, cottage, Kingsley lake. \ HOTEL MARIONSTARKE II It lima the germs. I We shall welcome you as a depositorand

after spending several days here. with. I Mrs. J. L. Frazee, Jr., and daughter I extend every facility to help :
.. you
relatives. { left Wednesday for Pablo Beach to I FLA. ,.... ..,,- "' ......- I
solve
visit Mrs. D. T. Clark, before returnIng I' COFFINS & CASKETSAM your problems.Bradford .
Mrs. Mary Wynn, of Jacksonville.is to her home in Greensboro, N. C. Under New ManagementCenter
spending several days of this week a Fall Ma. .fVfJl'tl'
accompanied by her mother, I
She was of
here guest of Mr. and Mrs J. W. An- City Itfflnl
Mrs. J. L. Frazee, Sr., who will also Bank
oJ drewe, Sr.Porto be the guest of :Mrs Clark. Excellent Rooms-Excellent l I AUTOMOBILE--HEAR8BAhrar County

1t If eal.. ,
Rica draws, grown here, at J. en ka>". The best BU'
F. Kickliter- ** 'f : Mr. Ernest Dowling left Thursday i .... al tk. .....( price.. 8p.- Established 1889
f' morning for Jacksonville and Eau "Ask ta. Traveling Ma.i ..." .... ttratiaa to UUf-rtph. *rr >

Misses Clue and Amelia Ray left t Gallie'.lIe was accompanied by his i *. &JUCbUr E.b.I...., "Bradford County's Flmncial Stronghold"I

Monday afternoon for Hendersonville, mother, Mrs. L. E. Dowling!, who la'' -- -- J

I returning to her home in Eau Gallie, 15 DeWITT C. JONES
several (
will spend
N. C., where they Colds Came Urip and InOutaza
weeks. They will Join Miss Cassie after spending several Mrs days W. E.in LAXATIVE BROMO; QUININE" TtfeM wracw UCUM. I STARKE, FLA I .J.Jr
with her daughter,
White, who is now in HendersonviUaon Starke There..to coir .... "3Quloira.' --
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j FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1923.
PACB TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKH. FLORIDA .,

,. ALABAMA COMES TO FLORIDA perience In writing for the Alabama--

Farmer and tha Spokesman-Auburn
f I V/ L. Randolph, senior student In publications. He comes to Florida upon i''ICNI I .
NNI !
I I the Alabama Polytechnic Institute, strong recommendations of Editor II I I IIIV1VINiI !
I I haa been employed by the Agricultural B. O. Davis of the. Alabama insti II! I !I'' !I I
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.wt;
Extension Division of the University tution. IIN I 'II V it
of Florida to act as editor of $

agricultural publications for the summer The cow, the sow and the hen increase .5 ( d ;i9MllN j9P n, t ?
I substituting for there gular editor the farmer's prosperity and / C
t who goes to the University of I add to his independence.
I :Missouri to pursue special courses in
Journalism. If Americans continue to utilize
j I Mr. Randolph, besides specializingin their forest supply at the same rate .
I horticulture, has taken courses in they are using it today it will be used
up in 40 years.
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? REPORT OF SCHOOL FINANCES .

BRADFORD COUNTY
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i i FOR THE PERIOD ENDING DEC. 31, 1923. ,

The following report of the) ....Ipto and dlaburaenwnta of th. ,tfnoda of BRADFORD to
COUNTY. for the period ending Dee. 31, tin with the balaneea and amount of wamnta
the said' Bradford County .. reported on thellnt dar nf D.... 1921. by the county board ofoutstanding .
and a statement of th..a..la and llabllltlea. and the valor.. of achool property of
Publle Instruction and the Superintendent of Public. Instruction .la hereby published Dada rthe .
provision of ChspUa 8813 of th. Law. of Florida. At of tilLEJlN1I:8T
I : AMOS, Comptroller.
t i General School Fund + 11 IF II tr,, 'dP ,a.ty e r

Depository balance' ) July I. 1D2H '-'.____________________..______ -___ 1,02757 .
t 1 Warrant outstanding July 1. 1028 uuuuuu_..______._ 78,164.88

Nat doAell July 1. 1033 ___ ___ 72,158.99uclIIm
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FOR THB BIZ MONTHSFrom ; ?unit

I 'alt enll.etor. ten __ _<.._. 4.398. .-- .
I Comptroller, r.d.m---------------- ._._. _.
q, I Comptroller on. mill tax _______.._____ __..__..___?_ 1,4 7981 4S.48 ,
___ .___. .___.
4 Union County Jnde.Interest hnntlnc. _Ilo.n..o________.___ _... __-.__ __ 2800
a osanty.. u ? 1.K037S8S.BB1
Union rate Indebtna_____..............._..._. .
county.pro 08
t nistrlct No. 1*. tranafor.________ ______._____ .._...__ 81381
Varlmia dnnatlnna ___.___________.....____-_..,_____. TOO
._._....... _
: S.Tntnan Hnltw A Rlteh A. Co..Inanranee.. of ....nda.........--____...________. 40,90867 80000
,it loans __ .____________.... ___
Ranks
\ Banka rebate on Interest un. _______.___________.._._-__:____ 9.10000 800.88 tt.mt.ta One 'for all--All for
.,. r5'-- Mnkn.!1 one
DISBURSEMENTS: FOBnraj"MX'"ilONTBit'Kip : -------------- --- 22,884.11'1 i

ided f.. I Iftopalm........
} f Ba.I., of t..eh.n _________n____.____._._._._._____ .IIBII.18
to buildings .___________ _____.........._.____ .
I1>rwe hooka __n.___._.___________.________..______.____ 901 18483 11
Transportation of pupil .. ...______
: ----- ------------?- 1.090.00 I
B .5 Adminl.l.atl...
Salary .w.Int.n4.n1' ______, ____ be divided itself
ot an MM A afford to against
P... diem and ,nits',;. nf members. n f board _.______ 12820 community or town can no more ,

/ t Printing Incidental.. for__ _board_ ___.and__.__superintendent_________. _______-_________-_e._ tmo4 780 town and
than is family---as'is
_______________.____ can family. Starke really one big every
(:Open. putd' ----- 7200040.00A a
Honda Issued ._____.____________ -..-____ ..__-_-_______ !00
I Tntereet .. __ ____ ______.________..__________
0 I'U 113 ourselves? The )
c Transferred. to solo _________________n.____ ___________ 17588ltemu community regardless of its size. Are we divided against
3i nn bonds ________________ _-_ _______________ 9QQ.00 .
Note, ssued for borrowed money ____7______u_______ (.'00.00 71.912.81leavfas answered individu-
i be answered It must be \
d deficit ___________________________.________.__.'______ 40,08882 question cannot collectively. .
Bond Outstandlna' December 81. 192. ______________.__.______ ____ ..nooo.ooj
L j >Tote* Outstanding Ducember. 81, ,700 00 there is better time to than TODAY.

Warranta Depository outstanding"".'.n.. Jfeeember December 81, (1--.---------N---.-.- .-.--- :.---: 89080 60.29080 1.224.88 ally---and no answer

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RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT

f FUNDS, BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDADEC. Let us face the facts. Let each of us check up on our own short-


-- ------ ---- ----- -. 31,--1923.- -- --- --- -. -- comings and each decide to never again, byword. or act, be guilty of disloyalty -

:...::1.. .-:.: to our town or an unconscious traitor to our own best interests. .

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IP.0 j I j .. Perhaps there are those of us who do not fully. realize .how; our seem


,. ... :r ing little acts are a violation of loyalty,-and finally a direct blow againstour

l i p\; I .:! I personal interests. Let us i illustrateA

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L 1 1 I 1 f .J i I 1 big majority of us are property owners. We worked, earned and

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i 91.HO 17.4HlltUilft 80,00 42.21 .1. saved to invest here. When we bought we naturally hoped our investment
18.09: 608.78: 89.1.76: 113.03Bi.oa: 8B .43
821.4!) 625.00' l.Itft.11I:! 63.89
4 I4.1.H8 10.7(1( 120.00 80.84 18.63 would be a paying one.
S SllU.liO i7.ia 170.00 110.00 291.89e
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l 824.4t D20.U ( B.n 79D.16 9284
1 I uta.zu 48 4H4H.il Bl.lli 141189
1 S S8,811 80.00 8.95 2081
9 05.6R 3300 1248
10 IU.2f! 77.ZO 1HS.OO T.OI 128.00 173.4 Whether
investments
11 82\1.18\ 7314 220.00 19.84 1881 our are paying ones depends absolutelyand: en-
11IS 06.65 iino.no 10.18 184.20 .
BH2.CS: lit:411 S70.00: 19.1.74 20.21
14 170.11 .80 1451' 80.00 :22.87 20.80 103.M tirely upon every one of us.
I IS IKK.97 4:1,: .BH 111.10 'S.98 8437
II 114.01 1797 106.00 11.9J 48.00 71.03
17 19SK 219V (UI 1428
IS '"..2llZ.00 lUi.OT 1211.8 113.00 ..15I \
| JIMlU.Ot I ttW.04: I 302HM: -_2K21:-2 1l-2U .:40-1 803.18 J, 412 IS | 147....
There is no selfish motive in the aim. If we make Starke a better
RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF SCHOOL BOND INTER.

EST AND SINKING FUNDS, BRADFORD COUNTYDEC. town---and a more prosperous town which, through industrial and com-

31, 1923. mercial needs will attract new people, then all will reap prosperity, the new

well of loyal family who built it
,,1 i : comers as as we our up.
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.. .:.> to -8 } .II a simple one. we to do ''is

!=' .:t.i. F CIJ.-e..! J throw all of our resources into home affairs. These resources include all

j :i!! 5 ...I L.* .". .,.... II j of our buying and selling-npleasures and amusements, as well as needed
St c2 Ij t"
i.on. ;
t .. ..; material Increased business
'9 1. .. t things. means more money in circulationallof

j 11'']: )h= J i t 1 J! 3 j.t.1. Jj i ia which in turn is thrown right back into building, improvements, more

work better
and
1.la Y1l1.11 KIIOth.18n8.B lain su 80000.00 10185,50 7.1g .I wages.
it aUI.4ft: 11 1100.00 7 7.78 I 348.18 11000.00 4040.56
1g
7,1.1 131114.Ud 4LtOO.til I 2151.83 I 1385.04 11000,00 14379.46 .6 it


'' I A 1 \ ASSETS AND LIABILITIES But the big point is to start doing it TODAY---and EVERY DAY we

lMta should religiously follow this policy---else
General School Fund we are disl'oyal---dividing 1-:our

8a1an. ...h In .___ __.. .. ....___. __________ and '
) depository n 1.224.88 family against itself helping its fall.
tlneolleeted ..... ______._________ ____._______ __
1 i I :Poll ______.taxes__________.nt_._year_________-__--_ __ _____u_____.___._____.-___ U 104.00I 48.07

I Special Tax District 4Let' .

II I I. Balanea CMh In depotltory ___________ _.__:______.______________ 1.118\.10 \
n .
Vneullcctrd. ta... -_________._.._._.._.____-____ ______- IS.Be1. Lfe Start Today To Make .
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i ( I Vncollectted Dalsoc..eah tiuee in dletrlet......__bond____._fuada______________...________.___ U.a81OIl.081,11 t,.

Total __ __ __ __----__-__-___.___.____-____ 14an..1 t tSTARKE'
) 1 1 Liabilities

General School Food

........n1.8 OutntandlncBunds .____ _________.________________________
un 880.50I1
.ouutandina' __._____-______.___._________.____ .___________ 40000.00

Special Tax District Funds

'It I WarraDla oataundln ._ __ _________________.___._____ ___ 41200 .
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+ :pond..utalaadisa>> -_ .. .u_.-__________._.___-_.._:..._u______ 41000.00 .

Total -- __ __ .______________ __--______ o.ool.ao
VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY e"A

r General Better Town"

and Iota ._________.__ _____.___ ____ _________
6 ifehool nou e -- -- -- e9I .M0 ee "
I Behool furniture ...-.________ .________________._________.._____:. 10.0M.00
School apparatua _. ._____uu.____.________ __uu____ ITlI.ot

a Total __u___.___ __.. -.-----_---. __ I8.TlII.06 .
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PACK THRU
JUNE 13, 1923. RKADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA .. .
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the educa- 'stre.t.a.. N. W., this city, is moving thepreliminary director of the budget, t'o. ..ublnia-
m n """' ''''''' '--" "I l i iivut can i-oiitinuo to beer
t. Q I'iml, uxpenso the money saved will"Iand work forward at a rapid shun to congress in a few days. Plans

Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs {iji$ ready when the son desires to I speed. I have been made to expedite the passage -

---. inter business. World War records are being check : of the measure.

; The man value, of course, lies, in 1 I ed up and put in order so that vet The bonus application blanks will

State News !: the training in the value ot money erans' applications may not be delayed contain about twenty question bearIng -
[[ Live
;: I and the strengthening of the willpower I in transmission to the veterans' upon the applicant's service daring -

: to withstand the many little bureau.It I the war, actual oversea duty
it. This train- I became known today that tho application -
to
temptations squander I the organizations served with the conflict -
Told Our Exchange
by
I 1I ing, in itself, is a fortune to the boy j blanks, which are to be and similar pertinent questions.

.... .. _mm._._.. ..nw ...nnmnu.nm.u.. nuulurnmmZ" when he enters manhood.-Bartow I printed by tho government printing I. The) purpose of these inquiries U to
I Record. i office, probably will not be ready un- of the applicant
St. ing places, in the campaign to prepare establish the identity
Turner
MarY ,
Clearwater- Itil forty-five days after the passage! ba
Petersburg, tried for the murder of the city for the summer againstthe Say "Bayer"-Insist APPLICATION FORMS of the appropriation bill. In order that the information may
records
St. Petersburg. invasion of the biting pest. OF WOULD WAR VETS checked and verified from the
Pharles M. Green, War department officials stated
I For Pain Headache of the and navy departments
DISTU1UUTED war
everal months ago, was found guilty l\liaml-Loss in a tire here in whicha TO HE that, contrary to the general Impres-

it second degree murder by a jury large frame warehouse structure on Neuralgia Rheumatism I Washington, June 5.Applicationforma sion, the printing is not to be done Finger prints will bo used in for connection the-
I with bonus applicants
Jvhlch deliberated 35 minutes. Sentence I until the funds are actually providedby
I the river front was destroyed was estimated Lumbago ColdsS on which world war veterans this instance. This valuable -
time in
next week. first
will\ be pronounced law, and even then the distribu-
to be $100,000, divided as
over are to apply for adjusted method of deciding identity will
Gainesville-Twenty-threa- students follows: Building $14.000; Sauasy I fe.___. Accept only a tion were mode public compensa'i tion of the blanks to the departments component with the linger prints>

I the University ot Florida this e5- and Common brokers, $20,000; Dade ; Bayer packaecwhichcr jor General Pavis, adjutant I will be delayed. roronk'd in the W"I"ItVar! files of the
it
awarded commissions as Grocery, wholesale, $20,000; Cumber- the army and in personal charge of The department is asking the newspaper federal government.

ion: were in the officers re- land and Liberty Mills Company, $20-: proven directions the war department special unit created -!I correspondents here to tell the) I .
econd lieutenants Southern Oil and Itamlv "Bayer" boxen of 12 Inbli-tn and for- that it Is useless at this time
1000 to $30,000; Sup- to handle the bonus: veterans
erve corps of the United States army Alan bottles of 24 and 1OO-nni.-tmt i \ and h{
in the ply Company, $10,000; Everglade Par ward approved applications to the to write in and ask for blanks \
result of their training AKplrln IK the trftito murk of user Mnnnfaclun
is' a of the Univer- per Company, $20,000. The loss Is of Monnmeillt. >atl'lr.il.r of MallcylU'airlil veterans' bureau for payment! or the information. These will be providedthrough Keep Your Bowels
.. O. T. C. department the
partially covered by insurance. issue of insurance certificate convenient channels at

|ity. practically every loading station in More than 15,000,000 copies have proper time. Writing only servos to \

New Smyrna-Citizens of Oak Hill Tampa-Augustin Garcia, 15 year the county will have inspection. been printed and are being distributed -\ hold up important preliminary work Regular
old school boy, is dead as the resultof
miles south of New over the country, to bu made available on the bonus. Connttiwtlnn' I I..ds to many phf-
recinct ten Palatka-The Palatka Moss Pro-
obeying the impulse that led him of the .l.al III I *. If you k.ee tha bow.
myrna, don't want the hogs, sheepnd 'ftoward the river for a swim. The lad ducts Company has in the last few simultaneously through government Major O. W. Clark, now chief .1.! open and I th. Itv.r dnlnv full the
of
| goats to be longer permited to |had been sent home for the day from I days completed the installation of its and other agencies. adjusted compensation service of the duty.mllimry you and will *more icp common m.ny 111..

at large throughout that comunity and, pressing machinery_ and I In an accompanying statement,, veteran bureau, has fully organized WILLIAM'SLIVER
pam ,school because of misbehavior and as Ilininlr DR. G. B.
all of General Davis emphasized that claim- hilt force und expects to aimounco the
and in 90 days owners he came to the Hillsboro river the I this week loaded out the first car .,f
h'i i;;; s will be compelled\ by law I lure of the water became so strong I cleaned and prepared moss and start- ants have nothing to do but fill out name of subordinate oITlciuli very AND KIDNEY PILLS

them out of Oak Hill precinct. The ia the forms to the best of their ability soon. The appropriation bill currying TO b.*t for danfttlnatinn\ India***
keep the second
i \that he yielded, went swimming witha ed on car. company ton, blllounM bsekaoh.' ; 1lv.r
(
and forward them to the war depart- IructlcullyIn.liminl..h,1 the out!mate .
number of companions and was now working a crewof fifteen men and kidney compfnint:
West Palm Beach-W. A. McRue drowned last Friday afternoon. The and putting out about fifty bales per ment where additional information 'of the bureau and the war and navy Al Your Dru.alar.PRICE .
commissioner of agriculture, I ItI will be supplied for tiles. Actual distribution departments for the first year's bonus 2So
rmer
from 150 to [
found in about four feet of day, the bales averaging
body was .
)is proposed that this city place a I water. 165 pounds each. Due to the fact that of blanks to claimants is expected ,activities, Is being drafted, In the office )'...1Dlre.tlon.. on R*.ry Paakai.

In action to feed on theft begin June 30, General General II. M. Lord,
''r Mrd of hogs to of Brigadier
to
I the drying plant is not ready operate i
ter hyacinths that interfere witht 1 i Clearwater-The city of Clearwaterlet the process of drying the moss Davis said I

e flow of water in the Stub canal a contract on Tuesday last to the Is a slow one, particularly as there "An oath is required only in case ,
"
ater hyacinths, he said fatten hogs American Gas Construction Company 1:have been daily showers and the moss the applicant is a dependent the .. y

id would make the experiment a for erecting a modern gas plant for is being dried in the open. Consequently statement said. No oath, in required

ying one :for the city. I I the manufacture and distribution of I the greater demand for cur- where the veteran makes hU own application -

to Clearwater and her immediate but two witnesses! are necessary ,
Galnesvilleboys from 25 :gas I ed moss, which is run right throughthe
neighbors on the north and south, into the The to his signature.
plant car. company
of Florida have just complet-
unties Dunedin and Belleair. The cost of the
'expects have its
to plant complete
the campus of Swing America $495
a week's stay on
alone will be $71,000. The cost
plant
with its klin in operation within -
drying manu
the University of Florida where theyr Guide: "See yonder great
of building and distribution will cover
the next thirty days which will en-
practical instruction in facturing plant? That establishment
ceeived
:
the total of the bond issue which was
puny phases of agriculture and had able it to take care of the moss as fastas was erected to the mistake of man." ;
$150,000. Work ia to be started Imme- ,'
'I 1 general, all round good time, they diately. it''comes in. Nosey Tourist: "Whs > they

s 4l( before leaving for home. One .-...-..-.......... manufacture there?" /. .. b. T.kd.World's .
(jliundred twenty-five of them took the Fort Myers-W. P. Franklin, a -1 Guide: "Kul! >h r rimers. for the end

training. member of the board of governors of of lead pencils."
Price
the chamber of commerce, has 'received You Can't Trust --- --- Lowest
Ilami-Dade county schools were a letter from Representative HOUSE AIIWfS lULL

f-operated within the budget this year Drane Mr. Frank FOR SI6iIJOO.ooo: < TO Car
Herbert J. advising for Touring
"fori the first time in 16 years accord. 'tin to send to Florida's two sena- Calomel at AllIt CONSTRUCT HIGHWAYS a

ling, to records in the office of the coun- tors data regarding excavation of a Washington.--Kxpunditure; of $16 ,-
Jjtyjschool board, it is stated. In addition i- with Sliding Gear Transmission
made cross-state ship canal. Ropresenattlve 000,000 by the federal government (()I'\\

a saving of $00,000 was Drane suggested that there should. be is Mercury, Quicksilver, Salivates highway CO1l.tructolwoul!
,tnd;; applied to the million dollar in. an agreement reached between the causes Rheumatismand under u bill passed today by tho i
fund now rpricetl
school ONLY TWO touring: cars
tabtnesB <>f the general
4 will be attempt- federal government and the state of Bone Decay house and sent to the senate. 'f under $500. Tire comptetepo"NuIOvell.uulwith..U.otlttl

'andpa; similar record. Florida and that this probably would .......... The money would be available July f ( : btJJy

Tampa-Mrs.' I require some time. The next doer uf '""vmt I tnk" 1, 1925, appropriations now on hand ) t and baked enamel ni.h-.pK'tt"metn,

S. W. Jackson, who Gainesville-The five men, threeSpaniards I may miliVHluou.. It niiij Hhuck) your: extend to that ditto. lourd.wrsund24bl,,;-cniiul van tagm now

has;?served for the past year as presl- I I and two Mexicans, who liver or start. It bony'i 'no n.."'r."HM.,,''., qiu'I'ulom, .,,ih I I "ndangerous. A two-year building program is'contemplated is en/v$1: 15 more than tie thtaptst car

dent of the Tampa League of Wo- tike under the measure for built with starter anti demountable rims
} ,were arrested at Cedar Key a few It crashes" into wiir tnl/ > dyne nnte.
men's clubs was re-elected at the annual :'days ago by Deputy United States cramping unl sickening you Calomel: rural post roads, forest roads, and

business meeting held this week. i Marshal Harvey Waits, on charges of attack* the bones and should! never ue trails. Overland alan builds the "' (1rl.I'. lowest priced ...a.cloe.l .

Officers who will serve with her include I put Into your '" ..h'm. cur with doors front and reni--At only tlAO
: first vice- I I r violating the national prohibitionlaws If you fad bilious, homUoliy connti- MACHINERY: FOR BONUS SET Ul Ih.tn the Touring. Cur. Price /. o. .. T. oAo.
Mrs. S. L. Lowry, have been given a preliminary pated and all knnokoil out just II" to more
'president Mrs. I.G. Hedrick, second' iruiwi! -t and, Kit a bottle of Dndi -
before United States Commis- your to CarryOut
I hearing Much Red Tape NtTennnry
vice-president, and, Mrs Edwards, I nn's i Liver Tumi fur a few cents which Easy terms that will surprise youQuigley.Overland
sioner A. J. DuCoota and bound Provisions.
over i in a harmless veg,'tahle mili.titute fur I
third vice-president. to the federal grand jury which ilanprroii: calomel. Take a spoonful and

iflk'' meets next December. Their bonds if it Hn't start your liver ,and \\"lIshington-N that congress
dollarsto
hundred fifty
Jj'Palatka-Two better end qtlieker, bonus to
straighten you up has voted the Insurance
fixed each and in de-
at $1,000
were ,
netted the ealoniel and without making
the acre is being grow- Ulan nasty the ex-service
| fault of bonds they have been placedin l bark and World Warveteruns, 15X3
lick get yourmoney.
rjjjof Florahome cabbage, it is re- you you just pn men of Florida naturally will be Interested -

ported by D. A. Armstrong, Putman jail. I Don't lake culomel' It ran not be I in the red tnpb procedure that

county demonstration agent. He says | JacksonvilleThe last instalment trusted any more thou a '''''//ard or n remains to be gone through before

Irish potatoes at Bostwick are yield- ''of Duval county bonds to be sold a''I wild-cat Take lloilxon'! *right Liver Tonewhich ami' they actually re celve the bonus.
I straightens np
you
tnglBO per cent No. l's and farmers few days ago, went at the rate of I makes you feel line No salts tipeemaryJive I Congress will next proceed to pass Company j
'
with bordeaux
}spraying watermelons 102.71 for a million and a half block. ( it to the children. hecanne it is' bill that" will !give
mixture and nicotine sulphate harmless. and l ran not mlivnti'! an appropriation ELORIDA
perfectly STARKE
This, the county commissioners andcounty the government sufficient funds to administer ,
---
,.control\0jf disease and aphids. attorney state is the highest I GIVE TilE BOY A BANK ACCOUNT the bonus for the first year ,

-S. II. Farabee m'tlTampa and Eary mark reached for fifteen years. The Meanwhile, the compermatlon divisionof '
million and half dollars worth brought "As the twig is bent so is the .tree In
Mullen: newspaper publishers of Hick the war department, located a I I :
of inclined." The habits we form in early __ _, ,!O"It
ory", N. C., announced their intention I$1,811,133.33, a premium $41,133.- temporary building nt Sixth and II Sgt""--- _.err
33. The rate of sale for tho entire Issue youth guide our course in life to the
to tart an afternoon daily newspaper
the I voted last year, of $2,5:>0,000 was end and bring ultimate success or .
tjLakeland, tto be known as DO MI"T.RV0 GUN
HOW
Lakeland Evening Ledger. The pro- 00.03: representing a premium of failure in a vast majority of cases. C IT WON'T vesWHBN ,. 0W ERE JDST DI9CU39IN' I

posed paper will use the pony service $15,000, which paid the validating Fathers can do no greater service FOLKSIN Bt LONG BHFORB WOMAN A WOMEN. IN \..ITIGSWILL
charges. for their sons than to open a bank ova ,aex60ftPR REIGNS DO XOO THINKDOL
o!The Associated Press. The publishers Teach them thrift I MB IN BECOMES BB MANY YBARS BE RDM B )t

will incorporate for $100,000. Theplant Bradentown-Dr. Hiram Byrd of account for them. OUR, POLITICS PRESIDENT A WOMAN WILL eSCOMIiTOWN :
and saving in childhood and let them THING-5 PRHStDBNT
will be ready to operate in July. ere WILL BHa
this city, president of the Florida feel the pride and satisfaction and independence DIPFlReMT CAN'T

Jacksonville-Thomas C. Imeson Audubon Society has suggested a in getting money ahead. arc 8Eo

chairman of the city commission proposes bird refuge stretching along the Ta- The quickness with which the average ,

that the city construct a con Miaml county Trail from its entrance child will get the idea of saving -

crete: boat landing 50 feet wide and Into Manatee county just south of all he can rather than spending it o o

200 feet long, opposite Memorial I I the Little Manatee river and carrying will surprise the parent. Thrift is Pop %
along to where Sarasota and Manatee Know. 1
i Park, to serve as a recreation pier really a natural instinct of the race .

and be used by yachts that might' counties join. His proposal is that all and is often better displayed in child- O .p ,

want to visit Jacksonville. A public land lying between the trail and the ren than in men. It comes to us from 0 O I

hearing would! be called to give citl- shoreline made By) the Gulf and bays precivilization day when it was nec- I e ajei 0ooe
be embraced in the refuge, which By a p a
lens interested an opportunity to be cessary to store food in the summerto

heard on the project. would include Anna Maria and Long- preserve life through the winter.A Edward p JL e

,...- boat keys.
-- final important factor in starting -
The engineering department 0 e
JTampa- city Live Oak-Suwannee county melon a bank account for the child in
has men working McCulloughAUTOCA3TER
twenty-five that the will double itself by
various drainage projects In growers held an enthusiastic meeting money '
on
in the courthouse here and after hearing the time the boy becomes a young
eliminate mosquitoes, and
Tampa to .
has eight inspectors discussions, led by Commissioner
the health department man.When .
working on 1.. M. Rhodes of the state marketing. the time comes that the boy ANt VSHV.GUNN MyTER A
and two men
bureau and R. Maynard Peterson, of wants to go away for special educa- DO YOU 6/W t ANDIOATC
machine which Is used to
the oiling A WOMAN
tion bank account that has been T e0PR@5IGEMT
breed- the bureau of agrictulural) economics, a ee WAL 7
spread oil on possible mosquito United States department of agriculture carried with small regular additions CANNOT ? GAUSSRIDAY '( 4 IiITY FIVE

STAY YOUNGLack were unanimously in favor of. through the years may be the means YEARS Oi xEeI
of this Or if the AGE HfH
of strength and en. securing federal-state' inspection ser- making possible.

WIlY chows health n lines in the face, vice on watermelons this season. Indi- I I OLOBR oR ,

flabby flesh and lack of muscular cations are that melons will begin I A TO NIGdrove's ntTe

activity.LEON ARDI'S ELIXIR FOR moving around about June 20, and Tasteless chill Tonic restores

THE FLOOD builds health Energy and Vitality by Purifying and

strength and energy. It keeps the PKEVD"T9 nmcnojf: I I Enriching the Blood. When you fwl its

flesh hard and firm the eyes clear The Kreatmt discovery In flesh healing strengthening.Invigorating' effect. .KM howit ee.0O .
color in the b the marvelous Borotone -
and bright. It puts a preparationthat
color the cheeks and bow -
brings to
cheeks, a sparkle in the eye and cornea in liquid and powder form.It
flesh on the body. It is the ideal is a combination treatment that not it improves the appetite you vUl then + ..
o
tonic. only purr es the wound of germs that appreciate Its true tonic valoe. i e p e e -

Stay younjr by using LEON.ARDI"S cause infection but it heals the flesh with Grove's Tasteless cblll Tonic is simply 1. p p p 0 0 p e+ e G

ELIXIR FOR THE extraordinary peed. Had wounds or Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup So : f.i 0000e I .i. i ...
BLOOD. It invigorates and cuts which take weeks to heal with the ItThe blood :: : .
I pleasant even children like : pee
liniments mend under p
the whole makes ordinary qiucUy .p .
strengthens system p
the the powerful influence of this wonderful needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to L r _I#
red blood acts gently on I
rich and kidneys. Insist on remedy. Price (/liquid)30e.COo and$1.20. Enrich: it. Destroys Ualaxial germs an/ M.C.eaeu "

liver LEONARDI'S. Refuse all tuber,. Powder 80o and 60o. Sold by Grip_ by its Strengthening. lavtgur.auog .

At ID druggist, .All Drag Stars -- : Effect. GOc
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1923.
I PAGE EIGIIT

I I ,has already been paid in cash under j Christian church, large crowd and Election June
1924
Official Returns Primary 3
I Bradford County Telegraph i I these forms of Government Insurance much i interest is manifested. I ,

__ :.=... =-c. _- __ ;;;._ ,. =:: ,-=::0" j policies. This ,was the manner in .
{ Kialished eI Y and entered aj which the Government undertook to FROM MR. IIAZEN Bradford County, Florida t'L

second class matter, at the poet |provide for the pension problem be- Editor of The Telegraph ___ ___ __
forehand-tha most enlightened and I
Starke, Fla.
Florida. ...
Starke
office at I
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.. generous plan adopted by any nation. My dear Sir: C a o nz III
= =
I ,_ E'fS. S.:==MATTHEWS: r-- = ___=______-_-_: ___ :__Owmr.J. i This provision has been practically I would thank you to state in the 3 ] 1 I j
lost of in discussion of the new
C. BO8IN8OI*__________M.B. ln. Editor. I sight next issue of your paper pay thanksto VJ f e
proposal. my friends throughout Bradford .::3 en tI: = e;; z IX!

PUBLISHED EVEnT FRIDAY I What's done, in this case, is not county for their support and kindness ..: C' M- .0r 04 o" i. WJ
M I done The doing of it stretches to in closed.
_Jr me my campaign just .J.J .J ..1. .J n :;" IA -
--Y- RATE I, through/ the two decades next ensuing, While I was not successful I real- :;j A;j A Q:!t A! A! A F
SUBSCRIPTION
1-1
I({I which will bo a most precarious ize my disappointment l is shared

l Per Year ___________________ $1.50 !i peroid for all the nations of the world. among my friends and I shall foreverbe For President of U.. S. e lWm.

Six Months ___...___ ____ __ 76e'|'There are twenty years for thli matter grateful to those who honored me G. McAdoo _______________: is 158 102 IS 42 12 ,19 82 428
.- -... to weigh upon the national finances! with their support. Oscar W. Underwood _________:_ 59 89 114 2.1 13 20 2.1 43 886I1iesidentlal
-- --- -- - ----- at a heavy annual rate. The Nation I have no feeling of unfriendliness Elector A -

i I will go through with it, of course, toward those who opposed me and Group 4

but at the cost of retarding or leav- sincerely hope that no one resents r
J. L. Anderson ___._____________ ,4.1 87 93 9 11 12 9 21 298
ing undone many things now necessary the manner in which I conducted my
I P. W. Carr ________-_.-___ 23 46 6.1 13 21. 12 23 16 220
I to do in national energies are campaign.

+:to liberated to meet the heavy demands I do not know now what thq future Presidential Elector '" .

to I! that are coming upon all peo- may reveal or what fortunes may Group 6. .

t1 !Iples. In which release of energies the bring but I yet hope to be of some 1>. W. Barry __________________ 26 54 62 1 18 U 7 20 207

younger men-the ex-service men, of service to my people in the tax as- J. F. Dorman ___________._____ 46 93 79: id 6 9 17 21 287

\ course would benefit most. sessor's office. Congress, 2nd Di t. -

i i 5 No. <4954Meiuoership < I, No one begrudes the soldiers the Very truly yours, Frank Clark ________._____.___ 73 117 83 14 42 9 ,8 35 381

I ( in National HIghway I:very very little each of them will get A. A. HAZEN. R. A. Green __________________ 80 222 165 21 21 26 41 91 667
; out of it. Indeed, that is the most
j
I ti' Association) 'pitable' WRITES HISTORY OF SCHOOL Delegates, State at Large I
./ aspect of the whole business
-such heavy national drain for so I FUND T. J. Appleyard _______-._______ 50 65 96 9 2S 115 12 27 302

I .I: WILL THE STORK GET US? tional orloeoo__._t ETAO SHRDLW I State Superintendent- Cawthon Tell W. J. Bryan ____________._____.63 209 147 23 U 21 38 47 5910

little. proportionate benefit. The What It is and Where It Comes Roy Campbell _____________. t.14 48 27 5 d\ .I 6 13 123

I j I A story founded on La Fontaine'sclassic ,I tragedy of all such action is that the From. Jerry W. Carter ______._______. 24 58 76 5 I> 7' 9 18 20 217

I j fable tells about a nation of reputed beneficiaries are never the Gertrude D. Corbett ___________ 12 22 20 1 I 5 :2 I 5 6 73

frogs. ,chief beneficiaries at all. But this I lea Tallahassee, May 25.The Flor- Geo. B. Cramer _____________-_. 16 19 11 4 I 5 3 2 8 68
They were prospering, living peace- I generation in which the fallacy ida state school :fund still holds :203- J. J. Dickinson -------------------8 I 31 58 2 8 2 16 11 13G

II fully and having a good time. has become ingrained that the Government 197 acres of the nearly one million Cromwell Gibbons __10___________ 11 29 61 '4 4 6 3 11 129!

But there were (Unsatisfied\ citizens can do anything in a money acres, granted by the United Slates A. W. Gilchrist _______________- 38 78 88 19 '21. 15 12 34 305
} in Frogland, who wanted a change, W. 1\1. II/ou/ ________.___. 27 100 86 '
13
way. The truth that those who take ,in 1815, according to a condensed history 7 ------ 14. 13 11 17 281

'"'. not because conditions were bad-but out of the Government with one hand I I and account of the state school M. E. Morey _-_________________ 2 4 3 0 1 1 .1 1 13

I because progress seemed to call forsomething' I Ij must put back Into the Government 'fund, written in the office ofV.. S. Pat Murphy _-_________________ 3 6 1 2 5 1 0 0 18

I //v different. with the other hand, or both they and Cawthon, state superintendent of public E. V. Paradi\e _________________ 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 6

Prayers went up for a new ruler the Government will fall into the I schools. The greater of the G. B. Stockton _______________. 26 46 22 I 5 10 9 2 16 136

f ,: and suddenly< one appeared in their ditch, has not yet been written on the state that is being rapidly part developed Perry G. Wan ______._________: 15 3.J 17 4 1 3 0 8 82

I '; midst in the form of a solid substantial national mind. Combined with the it-is shown. d. F. C. Griggs ________________ 4 35 49 0 3 1 15 2 109
old with its
: stump protecting
debts incurred by state bonuses the Delegate 2nd Congressional Dist
"In 1845 the United States
strength rising: : i; atove! them. congress
interest that will have to be paid on passed} an act granting sixteenth Fred P. Cone 60 143 146
12
4 I This did not do at all-It was no ( every 29 22 37 36 485
I great change such liS.they desired. I II the total bonus borrowings of our 1 secttlon of government land 1 in W. R. Dorman ------__________. 31 87 115 9 4 12 20 17 2915

I t 0 '- Prayers were again sent to Heaven ,'people will be double that of the prin.cipal .", Florida to the state for public school W. W. Phillips/ --_;.____________ 28 45 29 6 23 '81 6 7 11)1
I paid to the soldiers. And the the F. Y. Smith _________
I and behold the frogs were sent another purposes, historical sketch --- --7 21 19 10 3 5 2 11 78
'I' I' three million young soldiers will bathe shows. This John R. Willis __________
ruler in the shape of a stork. land at that time, --- ____ 14 50 29 6 6 7 10 16 136
} As he stood in their midst his crafty -',, longest bearers of this unnecessary amounted to almost one million acres Gonmor of Florida .

surveyed the scene and he smiled i burden. Much of it was sold many years ago,t Sidney J. Catts ____ .
eye Incidentally, the prestige at Congress however at low ________.___ 74U8 109 20 33 23 25 43 4715'Frank
to himself as he saw what flno as the business administrator ar very prlc.low E. Jennings _________.___ 30 108 72 12 22 5' 6 50 305
pickings ho was going to have in that as $1.25 per acre, but in recent years John W. Martin _
the -----_________ 90 166 U3 13 :30 12 22 74
lof people, suffers another blow. little 550
school land has been I
very sold
t land of frogs. i i I I Whatever was right to be done in this at price. That which Charles H. Spencer __________-..__ 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 of
Tho next thing the frogs knew the any has been Worth Trammell ___ ____
matter has been done in the wrong ,sand in recent years has generally I -- _____ 0 3 1 0 O' 0 0 0 4
sharp bill of the stork was gobbling I Slate -
Supt. Pub Instruction
way. Whatever is has been _.
',, wrong brought from $15 to $105
them one by They had per
% >$ a up radical change one. from their secured bid- done In a most harmful way. The result according to location and acre'l fn f I W. S. Cawthon ----____________ 80 160 156' 21 29 27 18 43 536

'' peaceful and safe government under i is> going to be dissatisfaction and (the sail. A small amount has It R. Riley -------______._.___ 36 57 36 8 11 '1' 21 35 20J;

u klml ruler. For evermore they were still heavier demands from the very 'sold at $200 per acre. As the price Railroad Commissioner .

I''I kept bUllY dodging\ the troubles they men whom Congress thought to please of land is continually increasing, i it I Alton B. Carter ----___________ 16 26 20 0 12 2 3 8 '
and 86
completely satisfy. The way now is the policy of the state board of
E. S. Matthews
had brought upon themselves by unwarranted ------------------l33 315 230 36 46.31 41', 119
i 1 discontent. ',stands open for the next Congress togo education now to hold the school lands I adjutant General ,;I/ 954
I a little further. for I ;)to
t, : I Tho moral IK that persons seldom higher prices in future years, i ii J. C. R. Foster _________.___ 62 ..
i'' \ know I I I The whole issue is a cjash between i believing this tobe for th'best\, interest --- 203 168 24' 38 22 32 60 609
; when they are well off. Ceo J. Garcia ___________ '
__ 45
Tho frog two true principles whose relation teach o i of the state school fund.The I ---- 44 45 3 3 7 2 10 1159"nlltor
story runs closely parallel
other has not been deter Uth Dist.
yet held
I" to the dissatisfaction and restlessness amount by the state school fund .

I manifested In our own nation today.'Ve' mined. As the President says, the'i ''now Is 203,197 acres, the greater part j I J. T. Barnes _-______! _______ 45 117 87 11 17 14 29 70 390

I have among us those who would i whole theory of paying citizens to defend of it being in parts of the state that p. E. Knight -------_____.__.__ 228 H9 2.1 86 22 18 53 631
change radically our time-tested and their country is untenable. Defense are being rapidly developed." I For Sht'ritT' I
l is a duty inseparable from citi- :[: "Tha. state constitution of 1885 I
well established system; of govern- pro- J A. J. Alvarez ___ _______ 20 113 26 l' .
zenship. Mercenary troops can he i vides," the sketch continues "that ------ 3 3 15 23 2001It
I ment, which Hives to the individual \ M. Edwards ____.________ 21 6375
5
1 hired, but not citizens. That i is absolutely the state school fund shall be derived '- --- 20 9 7 3.1, 23-1
,
j all possible freedom in thought action (' W, J. ___ ____
d I true principle. On the other ,from tthe following sources: Epperson ________12a 203 161 28 45 25 28 81 700
t and business! unhampered restric-
by hand, the nation thus! defended I "Proceeds For Assessor .
tive Interference with private activi- is so from sale of all school .It
deeply obligated by the service of defense lands A. A. Hazen :.-----------___.___ 78 107 70 21 40 10 (
ty. Our founded 10 83
government was to 419!
that it cannot rest if noth- "Donations N. D. Wainwright __ ... ___
offer protection to its people, not to as J to the state when the ------ 88 249 183 1-1, 2.1 21 39 51 675
had
with them in 'log occurred. It must do some- purpose is not specified."Appropriations For Collector ,
compete business.
as For nearly a century and a half wet I thing. But to hand out a $50 bonus,,1!' by the state B. M. Dowling ____.___________. 44 140 106 '21 '11. 2' '
the like 17
or is too much 57
have prospered other 'II like tipping "Twenty-five per> cent of the sales. E. W. Hayes __________.__ 40.1,
k as! no nation on 'n WB iter. It !? ..h..lllt..lv- trltA ..-inciple of state public lands. ------ 229 tn 15 :45 33 30 77_ 691
.
I carin. 1'uc we nave ino uisnansneu ; Co. Com. Dist. 1
I' that such servicecannot be paid "The proceeds of escheated '. .
i I frogs with u* as of old-they are for. And prop- L. H. Hill _. 81
yet as far as material succor erty of forfeitures. -- --------------- ,
I always croaking, they want a change. is needed I B. Perkins _. 81
79
U- They would put the into to equalize the personal "The state school fund is also en- -------------- ( 79
government
losses caused by war, It is clearly thenation's ,cent of the sales of U. S. lands in Co. Com. Dilit. 5 I .

: 'I' business. They would restrict or remove duty to provide it. But in a titled, by act of congress, to 5 S:V. Andrews .. '.
J the right to private') properity per --------------- ,
,
great national way, not in a hand-out. [Florida A. B. Surrency .?. 'I 42 85 127
6 which has heretofore been considered ---- -- -- -
The bonus controversy shows how "From 7 47 54
a of the
report
the dearest state treas- School Board Dist 3
I I I birthright of every American far both sides fell below tlie l plane of urer we give below the amounts of :

yl citizen. They would make the'I principle. It is one of the most vivid the fund every five years since '1874: J. A. Wasden ----------------... 28 32.., 44 106 210 4\
people exist for the L. J. Wynn ,
t rather than have the government, triumphs of materialistic spirit since I "1874, $216,821.72; 1880, 259284. -----------------., '. ,_, 6 31 2 23 62 !
government exist the war. And It Is not the fault of'23 1885 Co. Com. DIst.3 .
for the ; $490.784.25; 1890, $569,084.-;; I I
people.
the ex-service men. It fault of 25; 1895, $656,100 1900 J. \Y. Prevatt 85 ....
; $696,200( ; ------------------
ti I THE BONUS the leadership anti general citizen- 1905, $1,111,438.89 1910 J. L. Underhill 156 83
; $1,379,504.- --------------- ,
I Independent 73; 1915, $1,390,859.53; 1920, $1.811- Bond Trustee, Dist. 5IL 156 !
The President's veto of the bonus I 667; 1023, 2477667. '
ti I bill has been but his LAKE BUTLER P. Gainey ----------------
overruled
arguments "The great bulk of the state school R. A. Weeks 22 60 82
---------- .
have ------
not.
Lake Butler June funds is now 26 74
13-Last Tues- invested in Florida se- 100
Although the bonus bill Is now a day was curities. Three hundred -
t an interesting also very Im- and sixty- T !
law, the bonus itself will prove disappointing 'portant day in Lake Butler For the j;eight thousand, onehundred and sixty- ,had sixty-eight more years torun before healthy, but not necessarily
pretty.
celved
| here I
I ( to _those who receive it town was crowded with voters and I i seven dollars of it Is invested in < coming due, the total gain by the I "She can make bread from Washington The ,

(ant wno in the end will nave to pay janxlety( for the candidates ran high. |Florida refunding bonds; $2(5l4,500 j jI 'sale and reinvestment, upon the present as well as [estimate of loss, it is stated, is basedon

for it) while it will exactly double the Mrs O. A. Smith and daughter Miss I is invested principally in Florida< basis will amount to the sixty- fudge and cake as well as rare-bit.' a 42 per cent reduction of milk

1I war debt that now rests on every Veda K. and son Mason of Norton I(I county municipal, and special tax ,eight years to $155,040. "Her dancing is not necessarily up flow due to the tick, and short
a
family in the United States. The estimated Virginia are visiting friends here. district bonds; $50,000 of the fund is "The interest on the state school to the standard, but she is appreci- lactation

$ cost of two and a quarter billions They will locate In Haynes City. Mrs. j invested in U. S. Liberty bonds, and fund in 1923 amounted to $107,197.81..The ative of the dance and of the sports. days in the period of only 200 milking

'I of dollars does not include the Smith and family have many friends i$45,000 in :Mate; of Alabama regia- .' average annual increase in this "She is broad minded sympathetic, is year. This, it is pointedout

? millons which will be required to administer who are glad to see them again. 'ted bonds. The county municipal and | interest for the past ten years has j tactful, unselfish, optimistic, thrifty causing a loss per cow of $60

the law, nor the other millions Miss Margaret Heiberger of Key- district bonds are distributed over I been about $3,700. In other words the 'of I' good disposition and moderate in dollars annually for, or more than five million

which will be required to pay stone Heights Is the guest of Miss forty different counties, in amounts |{i amount of interest which the bondsbrought .'all things. the state.: the 97,000 dairy cows !in I

4 .t interest on the money that will have Josle Bennett this week. ranging from $121,000 in one county ( to the school fund. in 1913 I "She can{ stand reverses without This
to be borrowed to fulfil the terms of Mrs. Albert Devana down to low while in worry. She is situation, it is hoped by government -
t. of Lakeland is as as $3,000 in one other |was $60,258.65. 1923 the gentle to children and
the law. visiting her parents, :Mr.\ and Mrs J. county. mount was 10719781." (I kind to older people especially her agents, wiU be overcome j

k Altogether the bonus controversy C. Raulerson. "Prior to this year thestate school ,]I I' "If Florida lands increase in value I parents. through a better public understanding
of tick
has been an unlovely one. There was' Miss Ethel Raulerson has returnedto fund held $209,000 worth of Virginia j Iin future years as they have increased "She has a broad education, but not efits eradication and the many ben-

j, every urge of duty resting upon the Jacksonville to finish up her Century bonds but the Interest which in the past few yean, the sale of I necessarily a college one. which will result from the more

,; Nation to bind up the wounds and, course of education at the Business these bonds bore was so low that the I the school lands will soon bring the "She Is modest and true and home of economical production and wider use

: make \good! the disabilities Incurred College state board of education considered it school fund a wealth of many ''I loving. milk. The "gospel" to this effect
la
t h. through the war. Nor was it unfor- Judge R. A. Green and mother advisible to sell them and invest the lion dollars the.. historical mil-I, "She has good standing, is of a religious one-ton being truck spread- through Florida by a

seen that the Government would owe came over from Starke Sunday to proceeds In bonds bearing a higher concludes. nature and is not too proud to carrying a complete

it to every soldeier to give him every visit Mrs Raiford Johns. Lex is a rate of interest. These bonds bore a pray." movie outfit, operated by a representative -
protection that human wisdom eould"aft' ration of THE PERFECT GIRL I' "And this I of the federal bureau of Animal -
very worthy and prominent young only 3 per cent interest and !is 'the perfect girl,' as
l'd. This latter was done before a were not due until [seen through i Industry. This outfit has presented
.\ 1991. Young ladies should read the following -I Harvard eyes."-Balti
soldier had left home shores for over man.Curtis L. Bennett was getting some "On account of the> low rate of interest and give it serious consideration more Sun.FLORIDA. eighty.showings in .cbool.bouses,

M E seas As the President pointed out in wood not far out In the woods Satur which these Virgins Century : churches, and before out-of-door audiences -

4 his veto message, a greater sum than day and came a cross a rattle snake ,bonds bore it was necessary to sell "The following are the attributesof CATTLE TICK 13 since January 1. The pictures
that involved in the new bonus law Is six feet and them at COSTING IU 0 tOOO A YEAR used are all educational films
I nine i riches which he a discount, but the boardwassble the perfect girl!, as seen through 1 ed
now outstanding in government war ha soon killed, but it was Just like to effect a sale and a reinvestment Harvard eyes, and some fifty bachelor Florida It login 'and L16 department of prodllC'j'j
{ risk: life insurance, and $500,000,000 looking the of the :year more they are shown before audiences
? jaws of death. Curtis proceeds in other bonds graduates having recently and than $8.000,000 worth of milk in feed- In the j
:1 skinned the monster and cured his which now bring to the ctatta school after considerable discussion, agreedon ing cattle ticks, according more outlying rural localities.
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nicely, $2,280 attending
more annually interest them for the 'girl that's worth meat experts who have
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