Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1879' SUMufptioo-Per Year $1.50; Six Months, 75c.-Pujable in Advance E. S. Matthews
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I Official Count Gives Martin 48 Killed, Many Hurt in U.

I Majority of 23,755 Votes S. Battleship Disaster Thurs. ,



For. Congress, Green Has i I PETTY LAltCENY NKARIM; COUNTY' BRIDGE : Number Two Turret of the I II

I I Gainesville, Juno 12. Samuel] Wednesday afternoon tho crew lay-

Josepherson, a 14 year old white boy in the rock on the highway through!!
Majority of 7,744. Votes :
i Death
Mississippi Chamber
!living with his parents on the Batey Bradford county had reached a point I

Dairy about 4 miles from Gainesville about IWO; feet from the bridge be- I _

Official Returns of Recent PrimaryAre 'BON US DISTRIBUTIONPLANS \was arrested by Deputy Milton Dunning tween Bradford and Alnchua coun 'I'I PROF. B. It. LANE IS MADE Three Officers and-
yesterday for the sheriff of Forty-five Enlist
Published HELD UP OVERAPPROPRIl1ON ties. Thin work has been delayed considerably INSTRUCTOR IN UNIVERSITY
Bradford county on charges of petty i ed Men Dead In TragedySanPecIro
FUNDS during tho last few weekson
Tallahassee, June 16-John W. larceny. It was stated that young account of short rock shipmentsfrom -
Martin's majority over Sidney J. Washington, June Government Josepherson who formerly lived at th.. mines. Contractor Gray I, Chapel Hill, N. C., Juno 13: -Benjamin Cal., June 12.-Two premature
Catts for the gubernatorial nomination plans for distribution of the soldiers Starke, had been there on a visit to counted on completing this stretch U. La no, of Tallahassee Fla., explosions killed threa officers

totals 23,755, according to the bonus, upset by the failure of con- former neighbors and that when he Wednesday but was again delayedby was today appointed one of the in. ami forty-five men of the battleship
gress to appropriate needed funds, returned home two valuable watches Mississippi today and. injured
total official figures on first and sec rock giving out. :jstructors in English:: at the Universityof score
were hung tonight the also.] The watches I of others and the of death
up on legal went were recovered North Carolina. menace
ond choice votes cast in the democratic / As soon as this short section Is
primary, June 3. The figures were question of whether the war and navy and Sheriff W. J. Epperson came completed work will bo starte.l from I !Mr. Lane, who graduated here with still haunted the crippled] daeadnaught
departments and the veterans bureau over for the youth.Joi'epherson both bachelor and master of arts tonight as she left her dead and injured .
totaled] today upon receipt of the report Hampton to connect with the rock
may use appropriated for behind und heuiled out to
degrees, was prominent here during sea
from Eacamba county, the last leading out from Starke, which will
general] purposes. wan tried in county to protect life and shipping from the
days. While in Florida ha
to reach the secretary of state. throw open a rock road to Galneavllle's -
President Coolidge has ordered Di- judge's court Monday, pleading guilty held important positions and peril of a third blast.
Mr. Martin received 55,715 first and city limits. many
rector Lord of the budget to exert to the charge. lie was sentenced The disaster occurad
was president/' of the Florida Education at 11:45: a.m.
17,339 choice1 votes while the
I to the state reform school until he The next step will be completing
every possible means of carrying out I Association. today on the San Clemente fleet drill
: former governor 43,230 first and 6- "I the ] and reached the of 21. However ow- the rock base north to the county"
plans the Director held
067 second choice. a I He will ""turn to Florida next week, .grounds off this port when a shell In
,''dozen conferences with official I ing to the fact that he Is practically line, and Lawtey will probably be
Frank today not taking up his duties In the university one of the fourteon-inth guns of thship's
\ E. Jennings total first ]:? of the three arms of the government |the sole] support of the family and used as the first unloading] point. until September. number 2 turret exploded .
choice votes number id 37,962; Worth both Only a stretch of three miles Is to be prematurely
which have charge of the work. I that watches were returned to -- according to semi-official
,W. Trammell, 8,381 and Chas. H. The discussion apparently left the the owners, sentence was suspended, rocked from Lawtey to meet the rock be cleared and graded by the samo Information given out from the U. S.

Spencer, 1408. problem unsolved, although the war ''I and he was released on goodbehavior. first put down from Starke, which force of convicts now working on the S.; New Mexico, flagship of division
W. S. Cawthon incumbent, for department gave notice of its inten. Will Mullen, colored of Lawtey will connect the three main towns of grading above Lawtvy. The state will four of the fleet.

state superintendent of education, received tion to go ahead, using unexpended I drew a fine of $10 and cost, or 90 the county. !'complete this part of the highway at The first explosion occurred at 1 p.

A 72,716, 'against 36,209 for R. i balances for seveval activities and days, for disorderly] conduct and the The five mile section In Clay county -,Its own expense, thereby assuring an m., while the Mississippi was engaged .

R. Riley. ,planning to have these funds replaced use of profanity. The fine was paid. between Bradford and Duval, will I unbroken hard surfaced! road Into In target! practice off San Clemente
For the commission
state railroad ,
when congress convenes next win Into Jacksonville. Island] forty-five miles from here,
E. S. Matthews received 58,200 and ter. Some officials in the comptroller I It is reported that the road from spreading death the
among eighty
A. B. Carter 44,589 while J. Clifford general'! office said the war department Baldwin to connect with this road will eight men I Ir.! No. 2 turret. Officers
R. Foster tncumbentreceived 69,308 / Aesume'of Club Work be the time work this
plan was "rl ky" but Comp completed by on said the premanture blast might
for adjutant general], against 31,417 troller-General] McCarl's] official] opin- end is finished. Contracts for the have been due to a sailor giving the

for George J. Garcia. I ion of the proposal has not been re building of the bridges have been let signal for the electric flash igniting

Herbert .. Drane, candidate to succeed -I quested. 4 for some time, m well as the clearing the charge In one of the turret's 14-
I himself, received 27,032 votes to For Year Just Closed,i grading and surfacing of the Inch rifles before the breech
.' 6,836 for James W. McCants, his op- I SHINE CAR OUTRUNS SHERIFF roadway. wan
M ft. I II I _ _ properly closed or It may have resulted
,, Representative in congress from I Warrants have been issued for the I \\OltK ON LATERAL KOAIH fiOINJ from a "flaro-buck" caused when a
arrest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilkinson 'renh charge was being loathed into
I' the second district, R. A. Green 14- I who reside just across the line The last meeting of the Starke Wo D. E. Knight gave a talk on this subject AhEAD the breech. .

666; Frank Clark 6,922. Iin Clay county, east of Lawtey, for man's Club for the year ending June at their meeting. I R. S. Adams, of the contracting AH the Hiricken ship reached the
J. G. Smithwick of the third, and
I transporting liquor according to ad. | 192t, was held Wednesday the llth, Attractive year books were gottenout firm of Adams &. Sunders, report goal of Its race for surgical ansliitanco -
.' W. J. Sears of the fourth district: and will not meet in regular session by the committee.The .
I vices from the sheriff'. office. program I that the work on the 1 ateral roads -the hospital] ship Relief, Just
I were without opposition. I" Sheriff Epperson has been on the until October 192 a. The hostesses budget system was Introducedby 'awarded his firm Is going forward at Inside the breakwater here-a second
William Jennings Bryan, Jerry W. I Mesdames G. C. Sweat, L. Wyman, the finance committee and I'I
lookout for Wilkinson' for some "me our |a satisfactory rate, the only delay blast rockud the vessel. The charge
Carter, Albert] W. Gllchrist and T. J. N. D. Wainwright, R. A. Weeks, W. quota was exceeded $],0011 which will
t ,, he being suspected of peddling booze. bring mined by non-delivery of piling In tho damaged.*turret's second II-
| Appleyard] were named as delegates-] .Acting on a tip he was in Lawtey Sun L. Wall II. H. Young, Misses Carrie enable us to pay ".000 on our note | and timbers for the bridges to bu Inch rifla exploded, hurling the ah.elprojl.ctl.
I at-large to the Democratic national I ] and Mabel] Weller Served not due until :
day awaiting his appearance, and fol-] Uglow a 1925. thereby reducing constructed. out to sea, and narrowly
convention, receiving ]largest votes delicious salad with ice tea. the interest We have raised '
course $IS15
lowed him out of town to the homeof I' The road loading from Sturko to minding the prow of the passenger
cast in that race, in the order named. I Wash Green. He was unable to get | Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, chairman of this year by giving plays, food sales, I Th'rt'II"1I hall been completed] with liner Yulo which wan leaving tho

:- LAWTEY I to the house in his car unseen, and I music, was in charge of the June markets, candy Bales, card parties, tho exception of the bridge work At : harbor for San Diego. '

: Wilkinson, who was driving a Willys-'meeting and tho following delightful bazaars. musical] entertainments, ] present the contractors are employing Had the turret, which wan revolvng .
: ,, Lawtey, June 20-Bert Padgett of (i Knight, "stpped on the ga,," at program was rendered: (I suppers, club edition of the local paper 15l! men 01a number of projects beIng at the time of the first explosion

, Antony was the guest Sunday of his the approach of the sheriff and left i I Voice. (a) Rose in the Bud; (b) At I I Joow'elparty]] ladles' mlnintrul, carried forward at the name time. occurred, remained in the same posU
f parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Padgett. ,Dawning: (Cadman)-Mrs. Hawse Christmas dance banquet. served to
-Ii the scene. Before he left, however, Work was started Wednesday on Ion until the second blast, tho projectile -
l Mrs. Henry Hicks and children of he succeeded in delivering two gal-1 I Da vis. I Company G, 121th Infantry N. G. P., building the bridge across tho canal would have crushed Into the

Plant City are spending a few days Ion jugs of liquor, the sheriff witness- | Duets, (a) On Wings of Music 'and their guests, by donations a carnival at the ((alt of Call street work on enter of the city of San Pedro.

I with relatives] in and near Lawtey. ing the dash of a boy from the car I (Mendelssohn) ; (b) Mammys' Lulla : und May Day festival. this structure having been delayed by Fortunately the turret hud swung

I Sheriff W. J. Epperson" of Starke to the house with a gallon jug under by-Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Miss Hilda ;I The club bought a piano this year lack of lumber.Mr. around Sf) that Its guns pointed direct.

was in town Sunday on business con each arm.Seeing IStruth. I I and the young men of the town donated Adams estimates that It will ly out to sea.U'lien .

nected with his office. it would be Impossible to (a) Moonlit Meadows (Clzbulka] ); a beautiful console model] victro- require. a year to finish his contracts two niino nwerpers failed In

', :Miss Mary Lowry pf Leeaburg, Ga., catch the speedy car, the sheriff! stop- (b) Forget-me-not (Close)-Chorus ta.I with the road trustees.I'Olhih'hIOI'JtJl.Y an attempt to unload the third of the
the last week of Miss Ma of Ladles' Voices. i The club is used as a community
was guest
---- three rlfttf
ped at the house and ran. inside to secure I containing as yet unexploded -
bel Edwards. the liquor as evidence. The occupants Voice (a) Kashmiri Song (Amy center. During the year Armistice ('KI.F.HIl\- / charge: the battleship put
J. H. Moore, J. T. Moore and David promptly boosted the jugs Woodford Pindon); (b) PhilosophyMrs. Day services with Mrs. W. S. Jenningsfirst TION) AT HKIl.HOHN) HntlNfJM out to sea again its dead and injured

. :Moore were in Starke Monday on out of a window and broke them, Florence Powell. I[ vice-president of the general Tom Moore has requested thn Telegraph having liven removed; to that In the
-, business.J. whereupon the sheriff made another The club year of 1023-24! hiu been federation as speaker, were hold, In to announce that the Fourth event the task gun should. hurl forth

: D. Randall of Orlando was a dash outside to get some of the liquor one of the most active in the historyof '!the auditorium. A beautiful and of July will be celebrated at Heil- its load! vf steel there would be 1 less

> f' visitor to Lawtey Friday. before it could all escape. But he was the club and we feel] that our ef. : Impressive Wilson Memorial service bronn Springs with a basket picnic danger of the projectile striking

I' J. C. Robinson of the Starke Telegraph ] foiled again. A tub full of water came forts have not been in vail, but thatmuih ,wa held. Mrs.! Armour, known a , i transacting business in has been gained. [The Georgia Cyclone, made a delightful .
was out of the window on top of the sheriff prepared for that day. All are Invited The Mississippi left port early this
. Lawtey Friday. The department of civics has planted talk to the club and was entertained ',
| liquor and broken jugs; all the I to attend, bringIng well filled morning for secret practice with other
' Miss Mabel Edwards left the first palms and camphor trees on club at luncheon. Donations have
ships the drill San.
sheriff got for his trouble was the basket, and prepared, to enjoy them- on grouncU near
' I of the week for Gainesville where she ,aroma. ground, also assisted the town in been made to various organizations, selves. Clements island.Concentrated] .

[will attend the teachers training Warrants for the arrest of Wijkin- beautifying the streets and school as well as to Mm. Jennings' campaign fire by several ships)

: I school. son and wife on charges of having ground with palms and cedars. ,|, fund. TRIO ARRESTKII ON all directing their nuns against a
.- :Misses! Louise Thede and Dorthy liqquor in their possession and for Education week was observed and A ladies' rest room Is maintained LIQUOR HEI.U.NG CHARfiHMonday !I i i target towed by the flagship Callifornla .

. racey returned home Sunday from transporting liquor have been IssueIby with the cooperation of principal an by the club and is always open to the I afternoon; ;;-Sheriff Epperson |I' was part of the day' pro.
i |Winter Haven where they spent two Judge Green anj their arrest order Interesting talk was made< each day ladies of the town and surrounding gram.
, the school auditorium. An educa- community. Tourists are always wel- and Deputy Buisdun: arrested Aba
I 'weeks with friends. ed. at I Aboard the Mississippi, gunners)
of Waterouk f. C. Cowart
Cowart ,
r Fred Moore was a visitor to Bald-] tional film was shown at the theatre. come. i were on their toes for tha next broad.
i ?in SundayV. FINED FOR OPERATING AUTOMOBILE I The legislative department had as. The two year our retiring president and Allen Porter. of New River, the I tilde to be flro'l at the speeding bull's
WITHOUT LICENSE foe their Mrs. Mrs N. D. Wainwright has latter belnir. postmaster at New River "
R. Reddish was a visitor to their speaker meeting ,; so eye.
. tarke Sunday. I Ijudjfe'a !Joseph Roemer of Gainesville, who faithfully served us have been marked ''on warrants charging selling/ of In turret number two there were
'' Chester Glisson was tried in county this with unusal I and In toxicating liquor.. The Co worts '
talk. Under turning
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and J. B.Jr. gave an interesting success In-I eighty-eight men-tha seventy-seven.
court Monday for operating I I bond for their appearance
., of Jacksonville were week-end A,department a class in parliamentarylaw ovpr her authority to our new presl-1d..nt members of the turret crew, and a
an automobile without license. lie Judge Green, but to Tuesday
j under the leadership she thanked the members of tim up
of was organized -
:visitors here Sunday at the home number of observers from other ships.
plead guilty to the charge and was noon, Porter was still In the county
club for their and effort -
of Mrs. H. H. Young. loyalty untiring
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. About fifty of them were In the upper
' Walter] Swanbum of Fort Pearce fined $1 and costs. I The department of music half Mrs. *. The executive board presentedher 1 jail, being unable to make bond. chambers of the turret.

[spent several days here last week Grace II lid itch Holt In concert, furnished with a beautiful floral tribute. I TIIKKKSSA: One of the turret's 14-inch guns
I 'nth his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. day and Saturday with relative musical numbers for each meet. Mrs. J. H. Ritch, our new president, was loaded the breech closed.
[Swanbum. David Moore of Jacksonville visited Ing of the club, and held a spring responded graciously to Mrs. Wain- ,| Theressa, June 20( .-Miss' Margaret Gunners then rammed home the

Jlrs. Truby Willis and children his parents here the first of the week. .musicale In June having with as: for wright's speech and the new officers 'I.Heiberger left Saturday for Gainesville charge In the second gun; closed the
I I, pent several days last week withelatives Eitella Barrett, who has been several this occasion Mrs. Laurence Adams, ,were then Installed. The following are where she will attend school.] breech.

] in Lake Butler, returning months here with her grand of Jacksonville. 'the officers for the coming year: I R. C. Hciberger and I(. E. Moore Then the charge for the third gun

,1 home Monday. mother Mrs. M. E. Edward, joined I We had with us on health day, Dr. {: President-Mrs. J. H. Ritch. were transacting business In Starke slid into the breech. But before it

', Mrs. W. E. Torode and daughter, her mother, Mrs. W. A. Barrett, in B. L. Arms, member of the state Vice-Pret'lhlent-MI'II.' A. Z. Adkins. Friday.I could be closed the chargo Ignited;
lary Luclle were visitors to Jack- Jacksonville Saturday when they left ,board of health who !gave a most instructive I'Il'uetary-Mn. E. M. Johns. !I I C. Powell, Elmer] Powell and "flared back Into the turret. In a moment

.. fonville Wednesday. on a pleasure trip to New York and talk. 1 Treasurer-Mrs. J. W. Andrew, Jr. {,Arthur Moore were visitors to Hampton the floor was littered with dead
.' A. A. Stokes was transacting bust- Washington. The school committee saw that the'j Chairmen of Departments l Monday.Mrs. and dying. f

,,, ss In Jacksonville Friday and Satur- Elam Rhoden ]left Sunday for I school building was cleaned and in a i Civics-Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. I Blanche Campbell and littlo Just what caused the premature

-day. ,Jacksonville where he has secured sanitary condition at the opening of i' F"Jucation-MrII. L. A. Puvls. son, James of Jacksonville are visiting \explosion was still undetermined to
school In and In- 1.e1f11l14tlon-Mra. R. 'A. Weeki. !Mrs P. H. NeaL '
:; tRev. Jones of Jacksonville fitted his I employment September were ) night. Possibly] a premature signalto
Sregular] appointment at the Lawtey Otis Rhoden and' children, Pauline strumental In getting donations from I Music Mrs. D. E. Knight. Mr. C. A. Youngblood was a visitor I throw the electric] swith Igniting

I ;I Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. and Marcasjeft Monday for their old pupils for palms for the school I Health-Mrs. E. L. Biggs.; to Hampton Saturday. the charge; possibly a still glowingfragment

'|Two new members were taken. Into home in FayetUsvJJle, Tenn. grounds.Club Chairmen of Committees Mrs. J. P. Padgett left Monday for i left In the breech after the
I the church and wen baptized at A. H. Harley came home from activities have been kept constantly Finance-Mrs Florence Powell. Punta Cords where she will visit her last shot was fired.A .

' (iKingsley] lake Sunday afternoon.L Louise and spent Sunday with his before the> public through the \chool-Mn.\ C. A. Futch. daughter, Mrs. Henry Koon. few escaped from the inferno,of

:. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard i family. press committee. Mr. H. H. Young Press-Mrs. H. H. Young. Mrs. John Hall and little daughter, flame which enveloped] the shattered
: land children are spending this week at, Mrs M. E. Patterson who has been spoke on Our Home Paper at this Membership--Mrs. Edward Burns. Murriel returned' to their home here turret. Among them was Ensign J. J.

4 iKlngsley lake at Mr. L. H. Hill's cot- one of the operators at the S. A. L. meeting House.-.Mrs. J. L Peek. Saturday after visiting' at Putnam Leveasnesur, an observer from the

-jUge.! i depot for the past ten months, -left Through the effort of the membership Program-Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. Hall.Mrs. New Mexico. He dove forty feet from
Mrs. M. E. Edwards and children! Saturday for Jacksonville] where she committee quite a number of MRS. J. C. ROBINSON C. Mann of Putnam Hall visited ,
;J Laurie and Miss Mabel spent FrII !- will be employed. new members have been enrolled. Mr. Press Chairman. friends here Saturday (Continued ;on: Page Four)

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wonderful oratory and irony were of an' besides, I don't believe in public ''there?" -- Poetry EnrouteI

avail. Green mixed with the voters. bathing. got a gal in Kokomo,
no ED PURDY'S PHILOa But her ol' man has got a .toe
1-: lIe got into the race when Clark said V-Ai'ain what I observe in the
1 Echoes Of The Election [ Dumb>> can I'm on my way to Kankakee,

he wanted was tired of: Washington Tallahassee and and She: "How. tall are you?" way of clothes, it ain't hard to know That blamed ol') toe ia sending me.

to change to why they call 'em "coming out par-
He feet
: Eight
stayed in. When the votes were counted Blonde Hess Opines
rr ,, Green defeated Clark. She: "Don't be silly." ties.
the office
elected Dudley pestto
'., One of tho surprises of the election of Catts why not let it secede and Here's hoping he makes a better He: "Yes, I am; six :feet high and Necessary Qualifications "We the biggest job in the landthatof

last Tuesday was the splendid vote elect him governor of the new state. congressman than Frank Clark who, two on the ground"Always Saleman1'10] admit this new keeping his nose in his own busi!

l: received by It. A. Green over Frank Highlands County Pilot. like many others, were elevated to Willing to Learn 'Elegant Eight' has a good many ness." -

position by populace only to becomea driving controls but I'm sure you can
i Clark for Congress of the Second They say Catts is going to run on a Grandma: "I shouldn't slide down the -
tool of the powers.-Tampa Observer. learn to drive it." Now What
District, Green more than doubling fraud ticket. Didn't know there were banister like that, Bobby." "
( CustomerOh I'm not worried "There is no devil.
First Argufler:
the vote of Congressman Clark.who any more frauds running to make upa I Bobby: "Wouldn't you, Grandma
about that-I am a pipe-organist, you Second Argufler: "How do you
r. for the past twenty years has held ticket.-Highlands County Pilot. THEN THE MAKE-UP MAN DIED Show me how you do it."
this office and who was obsessed with know. i know

the idea that he was unbeatable. The If you want to take a census of The Red Cross concert given last To Street-Car RidersI BLONDE BESS OPINES F. A. "Because Satan Is not men-

) editor of the Standard wan raised in all the liars in your district, run :for night by sixteen of our beautiful 'rone and (gave her my seat; Believe me Ruth, there are a lot of tioned in the Old Testament.

I I the game county wjth Green Old office.-Baker County Standard. young ladies was highly appreciated. I could not let her stand- people in this land who are complete S. A. "Humpf The Old Testament

Bradford. We remember him when She made think of mother with don't mention U. S. Congress, either-
Like the dog in the fable, Frank They sang in a charming manner, mq masters of the touch systemandthey '
< he used to walk five miles to school That strap held in her hand. but there is one."
the of the audience either.
Clark dropped the bone to seize its winning plaudits ain't stenographers,
shirt and but- I
dressed in a blue denam shadow, and when he came back the who pronounced them the finest group Consistent Quick Test '

: ? ter-nut britches. studied Many a his night lessons this cupboard was bare.-Plant City Courier of short horns in the county. A few Lady: "Coffee, please." Ilittenmiss. Make think ofJones' "" We win be friends through thick
:farmer boy has Knufl-"What do you
of them brown in color but
were ,
Waiter "With "
: cream, madame? and thin.
hard labor
fire and ,
knot by ?
by a pine I car
the majority were spotted red and Lady: "No black coffee. JFldo died "You betcha. Say, will\ you let me
und good ;
common "Well much printable
surprising energy Over In the Second Congressional white. Several of the heifers were Stufl- more

senile he has worked his way to the District the voters retired Hon. Frank I fine boided, tight limbed animals and last month and I'm still in mourning." anguage than he does." have $50 ?" "

:front. He Is destined to be Florida's Clark, who has held a' seat in Congress promise to prove good property.N. .- From the 91. D.'a Notebook Just Like ThisA "That's to thick.

: next governor and senator. Keep for twenty years, he being defeated Two famous
Y. Mail "sluggish livers"Ruth named Jane Do you live merely In a "rural region
your eye on Lex Green.-Baker County by Judge Green, of Starke. II pretty young lady ,
and I "
Dempsey. in real "country community -
or a
the rain ,
While walking was caught
decidedto Flour of 1 100
Standard. Some months ago Mr. Clark sulphur- pound to "
become a candidate for governor. pounds of feed-helps keep down Nothing On Him She ran-almost flew, ,? What are you doing for the

All good Democrats are now :for Her complexion did, too, good of your community
The announcement of his candidacywas sorehead in the poultry yard. Begin Effusive Fan: "I'm crazy over

John W. Martin for Governor, lie probably not received with tho feeding it about the middle of May I sports. Why, I even indulge I exercise And she reached home exceedingly A San Francisco astrologist says

't; proved himself beyond the questionof enthusiasm he hoped :for and he retired and keep it up about 100 days.flNANClAL daily with dumb-bells." plain. the stars condemn Hiram .Johnsol1 to

a doubt-to be A good campaigner from this race under the pre- I Baseball Manager: "Shake partnerme True to Form the White House. She ought to quit
and he also proved to be a nan of BTATBUCMT: CVUNTT SCHOOL "
ability and he text that the people of his district FUNDS too. W.: ,''S. Twist is a chiropractor in reading the planets and read the pa-
great resource and remain in Congress County inperlntendear II........ lUUment .
will\ make Florida a good governor. were insistent that he of eountr ..,_1 feada for thu. nonta olMar "I Should Slap a Rabbit" Bonner Springs, Mo. pers.-Toledo Blade.
their wish
and he acceded to 1924.
Live Oak Democrat. Ceaeral....*! Wm../ Harry Thaw is Just crazy *to control Vaudeville COUNTRY
and made the race :for Congress pgain. Balnnoa May 1, 1924 ________________2369.00Rveelptx his five At the A FREE
Ocala Banner Ills opponent was little known and during month _______________8720ftJlW.rr.nta : millions. There are two She lays: "What is more sad than I -
Editor Harris, of the tailed _____________________DB7I.ITBnlance SITS of evidence that may.hurt him, I I "' Tony Reniollo was.recently tried in
says Green-4jiade it blue for Clark- according to reports Mr. Clark made June 1. 1924 ________________ 217.88 la man without a country
NesBITS and KabDits-both parties I the East Chicago city court for hav-
Dletrlet Me. I
t Baker County Standard I his entire campaign belittling his op- Tlalnnea, May I, 1924 __ ..__.._______ OK.04Knrelpt squealed" on him. Looks like he will Then lie says (after pause and" ing liquor in his possession."You .
ponent. Mr. Green carried every coun- during month --------...... 567 smile): "A country without a man.
9 _______ I lose by "hare's breath." I have wine I
The voted and supported Warrant tumiddUalnnee ___ a He will tell me cannot ,
man we nnn
ty in the district, including Mr. June I. 10.M ______.___....... lOif.61: probably red he Music by the Professor. '
and see as won't "stand- tell to to hell tony remarked
for govornor was third man, we I Clark's home county of Alachua. Dlelriit Ne. I I you go ,
Balance May. 1, 1924 19)187RreelnU ) for-white. Anyway it's late ;
the to
in Obliging
R't supported Hun. Frank Clark ---------------- season JudgeTwyman.
Clay County Times ; durinu month ________._. 28ft.44WnrrnnU "
: congressional I race, and lie ran sec Imuvd ____n___._____.-__ 2,2IS I for a "Thaw out. Man (hiring boy) : "Do you smoke I The judge fined him $100 for con
fare The Starke Telegraph "The Balance June 1. 1924 ._______________ 481,19 : .
didn't so Bays tempt."I
ond. So you see we Dbtriet Ne. 8 Can't Rely On Signs cigarette?
badly after all. Fact is, we were not whole Burn district is Green," and no Overdraft May 1. 1924 .... ...... 683 "((1Rtveipta / I Boy (pulling pack :from each tella you to go to hell two time,"
; :::: Farmer: "Didn't the .
in during' month ...... 24D:00 you see notice
trying to pick a winner.-Live Oak doubt has put a "brown taste" Warrant Inaued _______.............. 704,04 right! thar-'No Fishin' Here' pocket) : "What kind will you have said' Tony.
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t': Democrat. Clark's mouth.-Johnstown News. Overdraft June 1. 1924 1009.90 Turkish or American ?" "That makes $200," said the court.
Dlatriel No. 4 Fisherman: "But my good man, i it'.
Balance May 1, 1824 --"_____________ 18.IMKmelpt not I "And I tella you to go hell) threetlme.O&
t Well, at last we are going to have "Whom the gods would destroy, during month .... 16.09 so. have' caught five nice ones Willie Wails"' .
Tallahassee for 'the they first make mad" as witness the Warranta hued ::::::::::.... I already." ald Tony. '
a governor at 1024---------....__ ,
Balance 84.49
t Jun. > "The bumble bee-he is alright as "Three hundred dollars, and shut
first time In four years.-Baker County recent wrath and tirade of: uncalledfor DI.tdet Ne.. f
k1 R. A. Green Balance May 1, 11)24 __________._____ 186,87 I As for gardens, I care .not, long as he keeps a-walkllg-but gee- up," thundered the court.
Standard. abuse heaped upon Receipt during month __..______..... 294 But blame
by his opponent.-Mclntosh News. Warrant .fauued! _____________........ 6.00 me, I cannot, gosh-when he sits down!I" "What I care :for $3007" retorted
: Will Favor People Balance June 1. 1924 ..-______________ 188,91 I Be Beat
Dlitrict Ne. S Purdy's Philos Tony. "I not got $300, and you calla
i We have voted In one new Railroad It is doubtful If Sidney J. Catts Overdraft May 1. 1924 -____________ 292.71 By liens .
Commissioner, Eugene S, Matthews would have carried a county in Florida Receipt. during month ___.__........ 114.Rt At She never had a reason, this the free country."
Warrant baueil ____.____ 21ao '
;, of Starke. Let us hope that if the Tampa Tribune and John Overdraft Jun. 1. nnn 1924 __________._? 250,20Dletriet !Hide That he could understand.It To
Stop a Cough Quick
k Mr. Matthews will ever keep in mind W. Martin had not made him the out- Balance May 1, 1924 __Ne._____T______ 82.41 And :Seek. answered for everythingAnd *

the best Interests of the common standing issue of the campaign. There R.-.. ""* during month ____u____.____ 8405 'So this year, I'm planting, answered mighty grand. lake medicine HAYES' which HEALING the HONEY.1cough cough by a
people and not the corporations an. were thousands who voted for Catts, Warrant Balance Jun.laaued 1. 1921--------------- 117.88 A Hate Song I'm chanting, It's woman's intution, beating the Inflamed and Irritated tissues.A .

4 been the of the Railroad believing him the strongest man to DI.lrl.t Ne. 1 And DroppingMy To hide behind a pause; box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
program _
Balance May 1. 1824 ____ _______.. 1011R
Commission for the past! few years.- defeat Martin.-Tampa Observer. cvlpt* during month __u_......... 12.45 Seeds To shake her head and smile at SALVE for Cheat Colds. Head Colds and
Warrant laaued __ ...__.... _... :Mighty You 'cause." Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of
Baker County Standard. George Adams of the Dunnellon Balance June 1. 1821TH."t.l..No_ ._I____.____ 22.56 Deep and say-"just, HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve

The congressional- result didn't Truth, says unless the next legislature Overdraft May 1. 1924 -?'-_.-..__119,73 Yes! A Second Think should be rubbed on the cheat and throat
Receipt durnv.month; _n__......___ 6.60Warranta of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
surprise us a bit. This is the season abolishes the Bryan primary law, lHaued, _n________......___. Deep. "How can a man make anything, The htallnit effort of Harm Healing Hon.,. la.
(+'' when everything las Green. -Baker tho legislature itself should be abolished. Overdraft June nutrlet I I. IOU Ne. II 114.13 If he loses it at the same time?" lido the combined with the healing effect ol of

I"*. v- County Standard. .-Maclenny Standard. Balance May. 1. 1924 ______._ _.______ 67.67 And Better Too I "Physically impossible, you silly" l.rowe the ikln O-Pen-Trate MOO Mop a CDUltb.I Salve. through the font
Receipt. during month .____.._.___.. 42.06 He
... -"When do you make your ap- "Oh I don't know. When I Both ramedlet ere packed In one tartan cod the
Warrant laaued .d ___ .__ .... a prizefighter -
Wet of the combined il35c.
Apparently women as yet have Mr. Defeated Candidate, can you Balance June 1, 1024 __._.___........ 109.73 pearance?" j
{ be elected to tell us how many liar. you talked 01....., Ne. IIRal..n. Is making weight he is losing I .Just ask your druggist for HAVES'HEALING
1 very little chance to any ..' May 1. 1024 _________________ 88.66Rraelpta Flapper-"Oh, I don't make it. It.s it." ; HONEY.;
{ office of importance in Florida, for out with during the campaign T-Dunnel- during month -.-------.----- 68,4JWarranta too much trouble-and besides
levued ______________ -on
+ of a considerable number who were lon Truth. I Balance June 1. 1921 uu.n__._______--____ 122.08 I can buy it much cheaper at any drug I
f candidates for various offices only Dl.trtM.Me.. Itnalanr store." '
Over in Starke was a young cracker .. Mar 1. 1924 1__.n_______?_ *281R..PI" says that 'i.ngf-tut "inutv never
to '. during month _--______--_., '/..95I ha"e power >o override Supreme:
ambition to
sueeaseful. boy who had an go I Warrants lmud _._____._______nn The; New StandardAt This WeekBy Couit ducivuru."
congress. Frank Clark, fortwenty Balanc June 1. 1 IU4 ______n_____._ 293.16 a wedding;' Why not ? Supreme '..'l urt <1 1pistons >f
bourne, of Eau Gallic who was elected DI..".. Ne. 18 anniversary of a
years in congress seemed invincible Rabmca. Ma I. 1924 ---.,..___________ 10207ItooelntM wealthy young farmer of I are nc better than the men
( county superintendent. The men, but Frank as usual! :four years during month __n_______.... 2.RK one the that render them Anti jujjres are
It seems, have not become accustomedto every Warranta Imuml ________.______._ An 00 guests .noticed a somewhat lonely no better than the man appointlux : .
announced for governor only to get Bnlance Jun. 1 1021 _______n__ 74.02 looking and rather
the idea of women holding office niitrict N. 14 shabbily attired tiit'n: presumably.Corgros : .

vote for them In largo back in the congressional( fight, "at nalanra Mn 1. 1""24 __n__._________ 81. 4PiwIlttN man in a corner of the room, and represents the people
and do not
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t the earnest request of thousands of during month n 1410 walked to him. and if t'c; pr'nlle cannot be trustedto
.' numbers and the women can never Wnrran1a. Inaunl __ over .
f of their : friends who believed congress( couldn'tgot Balance June I. 1924---_____------ 8581nuirirt "I was introduced to he rl manage: lit< Ir own affairs! in-
be counted on to support one without him." Ne. II you, said rlurihig rhtiir own Supreme: Court

own sex, so it looks as if it will bea along UntuneMn. 1. 1924 u_.______.:.___ MMttorpipt "but I did not catch your name" juugiy. they ought to go back to
Before he could get buck in the race during. month ___.____ 80.00 the
number of years at least before Warrant iNHtiprt ._ dn___._ ..._ I' "My name, replied the ther "Is -- -- kirdrrenrten under King
will be considerable number this time this cracker boy, R. A. I Balance. Jun. 1. 1924 .n--------------- 07.88 Burton." = George, of England and not pretend -
there any Green announced for congress. Frank r>l.trf' N. 16Overdraft Arthur Brisbane to rule themselves.Apparently .
of women omceholdus.I'unta Mar 1. ION ._____________ 1087Rnerlntu I "Oh, then, you are a relative of our
like Bob Davis of old, "jess luffed. during' month ., .. 46.41 host?" La
Gorda Heruld.It He ridiculed Green's candidacy but Warrant ;liwurd: .___.::::::._:..:: FORD IN FLORIDA. Toilette intends
II llnltinca Juno I. 1924 _._.n_____..... 28.BT "Yes, rejoined the "poor relation." to run imleprndently the Prestdency. -
West Florida is no blame fond Green kept plugging! away. Clark'sTheir Pl.lrl.t No. 17nalanre "I am his cousin 5 BILLION CIGARETTES. He now says he will do tt
beat 1. 1024 _________...__.n lBBM1R.rehue one hundred thou- unless both old parties a> .
I during: month _....__.______ 16.65W.rmns and dollars removcd." THE POST OFFICE PAY. ." It isn't '
$ lmw'.lIlnlnnce .. purge likely thai alt: ,. r
June 1 1921 .,-.:: ::.::::::_ 4X21: "McADOOAND_ SMITH"Henry party will! consent to such a put
District N.. IIHnlanw No Mind for Details --- lug us Dr.; La Follette would
> ____.__......... nlInn..ol.t. T pra-
Mitv 1. 10 Romantic Miss (of sci'ibe.
I Crime Stirs Nation during. $ month' __ _..._____. 11,.' many summers"I ;) Ford has bought a great
___ Warrant {HNIIIHI ._ _--____n_--.______. wonder if you remember me'' tract of land in Florida, including a La Follette cannot be elected,
11 Balance. Juno 1. 1921 _-_n" _____-- 4366 Years ago you asked me to county neat and a good many build and knows it. But he can spoil all

2U/iiI.' / 1 ......,.,.> flW FTOBJirMOOl'NTY June 1. 1024 you?" marry ings. He gets wood I for his cars the plum and calculations 01 poll-
5TA1'F.'G AT'11tRNEY Of BRADFORD. I from forests in the North. HeSvlll ticians if that sei ns to him worth
..; r h.r..r.y certify that tI.. fnrvvnlng .1.,.* Absent minded professor-"Oh.yen. now. it is said establish rubber while. Some that know him well
I 1nr ,.n. of the reeelnta and dl'.harnlnt **..teh..hml and did you ?" plantations in Florida to supply do not believe he will tun the risk
funds **' Bradford' Count, for 6$' I of
material for his tires. being responsible, toward the
month of MAY 1921 la true and correct.to .
the heat of m,. knoofolee' ...< to.n.f 'I Omigosh; ; hoc "From producer to consumer" is end of his career, of making a

n B. WI001NS.County Superintendent.. 'I "My friend" said the doctor, "youare his motto. Democratic President. That was
rl Roosevelt's farewell
suffering from a chronic WATCH FLORIDA. That one accomplish.
I' ilaint""Shhhl State among forty-eight in this
--- Union will before have
--7----"! .;. :; \.n. I I know i It but please lower passed be a gigantic many nation years in it- Dr. Chiera professor of As yrf.

(. / sfL' I 'your voice," whispered the patient, self. ology sylvania at the discovers University a Babylonian of Penn
"She's in tho next room." One task in the United States is writing: giving the age of Noah as

not neglected, and that's the job <4.800<; years. This makes of Methuselah -
.ell-Why Don't He. of burning up cigarettes. In April a poor second. Exa&geration -

MONOPOLY ON SAO FACES Busy Man-"What? You can tell the factories turned out more than of time and other things, on

what is in people's mind" five thousand million of cigarettes, the big and the little side was
kit 9 MET Sale'sman-"Yes." and the output constantly in- common everywhere in the old
t MANUFACTURER. I creasing. In four months this days.
} ESTEP.P. ( ( B- M.-"And you can tell) what I'm the country smoked two thousand Periods were twisted out of
thinking about" million .shape made shorter
more cigarettes than in the or longer.
r k tM h .a Salesman"Absolutely." same period last year. _. Palaces were built In a second, the

a B.M.-"Then why don't you If young gentlemen devoted to World was created In six aaYl1.
0 0J Wise men lived
other tasks the concentration and thousands of year!
w v careful attention and choosing that All this does not invalidate the

they: devote to cigarettes what a fundamental value of historical
a CONSTIPATION world this would be for accomplishment records.

,-: Whatever else
happens in the
Is the parent of nearly
all other Ills ItlJ Is uggetdthat President Mm3 ioonve'rtioii Smith and
+' .
, NATH(1N Coolidge will veto the bill to raise combined could control it
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GEOFnrD r '1 DR. G. B. WILLIAM'S the pay of post office employees on it they could get together; it

JR Fw the ground that "the nation can't would be their convention. Possibly -
'.. ......."- LIVER AND KIDNEY PILLS .afford it." The President would they will get together. McAdoo

\ l 1f1)W : t v Hurrah for Dad A Natural TreatmentFor hardjy say that. The nation CAN wants to be President; nothing !
dR'd Stubborn LIvers afford it, and it can't afford to would do. AI Smith might be .a(5
; He thought it safer to write te the treat faithful Is5ed to be Vice-President
RICHARD "" C.nthr am the "" .... to eaturmt public servants to start
I Loe girl's father, asking for her hand. action and .kavatheeyeteiulnaecronc.. meanly. with. That would make a combination -

lI lie was an ardent lover, but a poor wan regulated condition. hard to beat-especlaJly if
t I They.. not habit forming and do The nation supplies the President La I
Ii '" speller and his note ran: I want your not amps aicken or-.11...,.. with a fine private yacht togo a Iarogl&tind pe dentopiieece.o tcof

i j:: a, gran. 'r[ daughter! -the flour of your family." Especially recommendedfor sailing, one that burns many: the Republican vote in several 'I
I "The flour of the family Is good." constipation biliousness oU and employs many: States.
1 indigestion, backache If the nation can afford that
1F.t3T FRA sur. men.V
replied the old man; "are you itIsn't and and liver
a kidney for the President
who gets $75,00< Civilization has
passed various
Nathan Leopold, Jr., son of a Chicago millionaire, snd RU.hardLo my dough you're after complaints.Full a year besides, it can afford to pay milestones, one ".lavery." one lOr.. I

b, son of.the millionaire vice-president of Sear*. Roebuck A Co, Ulicctiooe on war" packac.. living wages to the letter carrier, li&lous persecution." one the "'torture
i have confessed to the kidnapping and murder of 13-year-old Robert At Your Druaatst'. who pays for his shoes three times of witnesses." This -
',.' The -most certainly I refused to go PRICE25c what he used to nation {
Frank as an "experience. Chicago police are now investigating pay. may pas another Jabelled "child

'j" :. to learn if the youth are responsible fur other unsolved crimes during into their old baseball pool ft the Secretary labor, and throw off one more
months. Both are 1J old Navy d4grace.
recent years office. First, I can't catch a baseball
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JUNE 20. 1024.!
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seven-year-old white child. Plain in the statement issued by the ar lrd, l hours. With only two days n.

g Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs WRIGLEYS.After violinmen and uniformed !police nor that manufacture of shirts at vlr-1 rosining: before the boy again faces
Mine instructed i by Acting Police
_............. .. er .-..--............- -- Chief D B. York to be on the alert prison farm however, will not conflict trial it Is probable that within that:

: \ tor unv due that might lead to the with any industry of the sort in time a sanity commission will bo ap-
Live :State every meal pointed to cxomlne the mental
News approhennUm! of people connected operation in Florida. con-

with the crime and for an evidence dition of the confessed l immloror\ ,

ors.n..s..r..Itl..m..W.... A pleasantand that might establish identification of suit of a mistrial last Wednesday who gives! as motive for the burning
Told by Our Exchanges. and a the bodv. The torso, which physicians when the jury In tho case in Torcuit( of his two sisters in their home near

1-.-s-t-I-a-u -1 Saturday stated' had been in the Court at Clonrwatcr reported unable Marietta Georgia, in February 1023

'-B.n.ft_ nnn= .= ....D..wu.W= =mm"'mmmmn..u = ...............,..... benefit as waters. of the bay for about two week to agree after having deliberated nav and the slaying of his father and

Lakeland-More than 2,000 persona quaint Spanish design and will well. ,, was minus head arms or legs. Tampa-Frank McDowell youth mother in their home at St. Petersburg -
Good for a confessed murderer of his parents last February 19, the statement
all native Georgians were participating a cost: of $250,000 to the Cuban teeth breath Ih'_
Tallahassee-Governor Ilardre announced and two sisters, will face trial I for the that the acts were committed to ex-
in a mamoth picnic In Kissengen government. and dl esUoo. i I that arrangements have been second time for the murder. of hit "plate the blasphemy of the Holy

Springs near here The picnic is an Miami-Armed deputy sheriffs are Makes the mad> for the manufacture of shirts mother Tuesday, Juno 17, as u re- Ghost' when he was a child.A .

annual aafFir staged under the au- patrolling the ocean front road north next better.cigartaste Ion a. lommrrcial basis at the Florida

s'pecies of the Georgia Society! ? I[I lef Miami Beach to prevent attempts I state prison farm at Uaiford. Con-
I and houses across the highway. Plats I I tract! already has boon signed' with aNew

Washington The Seaboard AirLine of several real estate companies are ( Yn'k, firm to tako the entire output The s.awt.I

Railway: applied to the interstate said to show beach lots to extend I tin state to reserve to itself the

back of and beyond the present road ricrh1 t i" retain at cost the necessary Buick Motor
commerce commission for authority .
and persons making of :liiiiinKi, t tn supply all needs for state
to control of the Flor- Company is nowwell
acquire E3 I
these lots are seeking to improve I ui-tit ut ions. In making the announcement

ida Western and Northern railroad them. The road patrol was institutedby ioveinor Hnrdoc stated that a on it s way to

and to assume obligations that may,= the sheriff at the request of the inoti-st! against Inaugratlon of the the manufacture of its
plans had been received from A. F.
county commissioner.
arise out of such acquisitioon.
5sa Alli-on, i'i-eretury of the Interna two millionth motor

Miami-When G. 31. Abrahams, St. Augustine.. -Not only troops ti..nlll.wiat1l. >n of Garment manufacturers recordunapproached
car - a
charged with parking in a restricted nom :south: Carolina, but troops from I New York, who sent tholiniinl
Alabama will hold their annual : telegram after the contract by
en- : n
I Cincinnati-Harry Price and Wil-,1
zone was fined $.1.85 in city court he ,
campment at the state camp groundsnear I !ium Engel comim'''u>ti mert'hantswho i had been .nigned. It was pointed out other manufac
paid his fine with 485 pennies. "That Jacksonville, according to I I'*' any
were arrested "when a seal was --..
fellow played a mean Trick on me, announcement made from the office broken 1)1a freight cur which was turer of fine
said Sergeant rner as he went of Adjutant General J.
Clifford R.
found later to contain whiskey con automobiles
down them. .to the station below to count I Foster in this city. The state of Ala- I reeled among bulk oranges shipped Even Careful III I
bama will be
represented by one or |from Florida were bound over to the .

Lakeland-Voted; 7bond issue of$1,06'JM)0 more organizations' of quartermaster's federal grand jury here. They were \

) for civic Improvements. troops. placed under a personal bond of $1- Calomel Users I,'' ,

I Each of the 15 items on the ballot Bradentown-One thousand, three 000! on the technical charge of breaking -

were carried by a vote of approximately hundred and ten carloads of tomatoes a seal on a freight cur containing are SalivatedVery t .

four to one, returns indicated. have been sent out of Manatee coun- interstate shipment. Fred Sloan i tIII'l

The largest item on the ballot involved ty fields the past few weeks' to markets and, H. W. Springs tend. Tampa Flu., JourWheel
an expenditure of $300,000 for the all over the The who were arrested, at the time were
country. shipping
I dismissed by the United' States Next Dose of Treacherous Brtshes
erection of a modern hospital. season for this wonderful crop com-

lis about eneded and it is missioner. Drug may Start Trouble Standard
Cortez-The' big bathing pavilion I not likely I ....... .. ,.... ".. are
at Cortez Beach owned by the Cortez ,more than thirty to forty cars more Tampa-At liberty for almost fourteen t Equipment on
will be shipped. .. IK dangerou It limy salivate r-
Bathing Pavillion, Inc., was entirely It years after murdering a police you and make you nulIVr tearfully' from iIIIHi an Buick
destroyed by fire early Wednesday has been a good money crop, officer in Birmingham, Ala., Walter soreness of Rums, teiulernon of jaws and, jsfil

morning.! About six hundred bathing 'prices held up well until about ten Brown, a negro of many aliases, has teeth, swollen tongue, end! excessive Models

suits and other'equipmlmt and more days ago when with the crop com- finally fallen into the dragnet of the saliva dribbling from the ninuth. Don't w
trust ralnniH. It is .
ing in the nlt'rptary; quicksilver.If !
than a hundred dollars in cash which counties north of here the law extended over several states you foci bilious, hcniliwliy., constipated -
prices went down. daring the elapsing since his and all knocked out, to
was in the office went up in smoke. years Just "K"

Only the act that wind was from the I i Lake City-Lak''Ciiy is on the eve crime was committed. Identified as .jour ilni Liver(!(;iKt Tono mitt l for(get a a tow bottle cents of which Doilon'n ,

landward side prevented spread of the of the murderer, Brown made 'i complete i is Imrmleim.
an election to( be held on June 21, a vcRi'talJn tilbxtitute for
flames to nearby cottages. I when the city commissioners seek i confession after a severe grilling. He Ilangl'roll11 calomel. Take a spoonful andIf
was captured in Tampa Saturday it ilown't, start your liver an>ltrmffliten
Tallahassee.-The board of State '[approval of a bond issue of $223,000 j jI afternoon by Deputy Sheriff B. II. you up better and quicker
for I;for paving, sewerage extension and than nasty" calomel I and. without making
Institution has awarded contracts Stephens. He la held In the county
extensions Kick buck and
to water and light you you just no get your
construction of a hospital buildingat services. The jail awaiting arrival of an officer from money
the girls industrial school at Ocala. ( rapid growth of the I I Birmingham return him to that If yon take cntomol today,' you'll bo LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ
within the last
|:city few years has .
The contract for building complete' city. sick mud nuilnniti'd tomorrow) bntidiit.
made the proponed it nulivntiu, whilu If M. Smith, Manaler.
improvements vital may > you take
was let to Martin and Berlan of Or- >I to the future welfare of the city I I Palatka-New has been received Doriioii'ii I.iMr 'lime von will wake' up| Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties

lando for $13,241 while the contractfor and there Is an enthusiastic spirit of in I f.flini HP-fit :No; cult nii-onHiiry.' Qi*<. _._____._______h___ ___ _
Pulutka that the three 100-foot ..
plumbing, wiring and heating was It to the children I TIIUSO it U perfectly
let to P.: S. Minshall, of Ocala for confidence that the bond issue will I|l barges left the Great Lakes en routeto harmless and CAM not ali\ato. When better automobiles are built, Buick will them

2670. carry with.a strong majority. I Jacksonville and are expected to ,-
-- -
--'- arrive about the middle of July.
Washington- Secretary of Labor i
Miami-Trial of Julian C. Brain, Davis has These barges, which have boon in
bond salesman of Hartford Conn., twenty immigration -I operation on the Great Lakes, have
inspectors to duty on the Florida -
on a charge of manslaughter for the I ; been purchased by the Leesburg

fatal shooting of Raymond Lee of aliens coast into to this stop country the smuggling from! Cuba of Steamboat Company. They will be I I >ADEO pb
Miami at the Ilillcrest roadhouso he told Senator Fletcher. Fletcher put in operation on the St. Johns and

near this city on the night of Sunday Ocklawnha rivers and the big lakes
had called at tho labor departmentto +r
October 28, 1023 was continued a urge action. The Florida senator tributary to these streams 'between Having trouble with aerials suspended pulley attach a ropo and" bind' the 'H'J'
second time in the county criminal Jacksonville and Silver Springs gathering from trues? It la duo, rope around tho tree The results ,
said he
court going over to the next term had receive a number of pro- up freight from, hitherto Inaccessible probably to changing capacity are obvious. WHIT
tests as to the number coming in il- when the tree is blown by the windor
in! August. legally. He said he had been informed I|> places, bringing it out to i breaking when the strain Lt One cause of poor reception has
} that railroad terminals. I great. Hero's a good way to over- been discovered tQ 00 caused by the little vanellno placed, on the
battle some men brought in
West After thrilling as
Key a
many come most tree trouble. One end screw holding the contact plates terminals. of a storage battery will
two fishermen brought into port here as five "wives" one at a tfme. Tallahassee-Trustees of the Inter- of aerial is attached to your house and the nuts oh a tub socket lining prevent corrosion.

:, a two ton shark one of the largestever nal Improvement Fund sent A. K. with Its lead wire running to set. loose. Also th* nuts holding the
captured in these waters. The Jacksomillo-Grant Toliver n negro Richardson to investigate the status To the other end fasten a strip of screws In the rheostat work loos Many complain that their uti

huge fish which battled for more than was taken out of jail Monday of lands in the Pnhokue section of the rubber from an automobile inner and rattling result Tighten' all worked all right last weak but .
night at Pablo Beach and given a tubo In place of the regular insula screws and nuts from time to tlm., won't work now. Examination
ten hours after being hooked by the Everglades In order to determine tion. To the free
whipping and told to leave town. lies end of the stripof proves nothing amiss even the batUrlti -
fishermen was finally shot to death. the claims of "squatters" on state rubber fasten a rope and run A crystal cuts expense Sate being all right. Oftan the
alleged to have
It is not of the man eating variety, insulting lands! In that vicinity, A number of the rope through a wheel pulley 'iiing a crystal dotector and four trouble lies In a connection which
oW time fishermen here declare, but |white women at the beach. It was 8quatters"who have settled in that On the end of this rope, notlthrough J li'iiipllfler"' tubes draw only half as has become corroded, through the
stated that the town marshal, O. C. the pulley. fasten a heavy much current ai seta using a soft UflO of too much soldering "ux.
has a three and a half foot mouth. Wln ate was locked in tho jail when''district and built temporary houses tone to keep the aerial from getting vacuum tube detector and four This may not shrrw' on the surface.
a long the southeastern shore of Luke slack. 'To the free end, of the amplifying tub**. UetUr ri-wlr the whoU sot.COMPANY'S .
I GainesvilleJohn McDonald l. alleged Toliver was removed. Toliver is said (j
II 1 Okevchobue have given prior
to be the bandit who robbed an to have been seen to board the trainat I'
rights to buy the land they have tilled .. _.
Atlantic Coast Line clerk and ob- San Pablo Tuesday morning. Ac- --.----- -- ---- - - --- --- -- -- -
at and additional
$500 an acre acre-
tained a $18,055 payroll at High cording tc", those familiar with the '
the sectional
age extending back to
Springs, on May 15, ha been indicted case it was said the purnishment inflicted line at $300 an acre, and Richardson 1
Alachua grand juryin : by the unknowns was
by the county severe.
will go there to determine the plats
session here and was arrested at
'. Sebring-B. P. Goethe owner and, for each purchaser. .
Tampa by deputies from the Hills- '
operator of the mill at DeSoto
.i borough county sheriff's office according saw Orlando-S. B. Hull of Oakland ; / ';
City was placed under arrest Wait',
received here. that which
to information anticipates the embargo
1,. day morning! charged with ilatmgthe the first of January
will become effective
Tampa-Immigration officers with traffic law. His trial !is set for /,/ ,,, y NAVENT SEN
r' ,, 1925; against, till shipment of
the assistance of SherilT Wingate of Juno 17. The log truck was hvi: iny; bulbs from Bermuda and other foreign : ( isYcAR SNER -

Manatee county and his deputies arrested logs weighing 7.000 pounds on two countries will open up a new /,9i BETTER PQLUUP
I 17 aliens Saturday, said to wheels over the new county roads)
industry to Florida, owing to the' SOMEP'"I"
from the Cuban roads though the law allows
have been landed only a adaptability of this climate to the

schooner Almendares. Two others are j 11,000 pounds to tho wheel Sheriff growing of these plants.. Already Mr
been landed but esctped Hancock has issued to all !
said to have a warning (Hull has established II Kludiolii bulb
so far. There are two Greeks, two truck drivers that the law will be en-
farm and has 43,000 now growing! i
Italians seven Spaniards and six I forced to its letter, and that drastic lie brought in several fine exhibit! I

Portugese: in the party brought to punishment will follow its vlol tir.n. ,
to Orlando Monday, and sari heof 'i- ,

the Hillsborough county jail Staur- Deland-J. M. Stith father of 21- the opinion that Florida should
/ i
day afternoon. !I t$0 .y nI
the full benefit of the i-mhunri
year-old Chandler Stith, found on the reap

Key Vi-ellt-The memorial building:, beach at Daytona part of his son's since the bulk of these plants com I

which is being erected here in honor clothing, about a half mile below the from Bermuda where thirty million

t of Carlos Manuel Cespedes Cuban hotel from which he has been milling were grown last year and exportedto ''I

patriot, who launched the first successful since Monday night. Young Stith wait the United States.

movement for the freedom of firnt believed to have met with foul with
Tampa-Police Saturday were ,
Cuba will be completed and ready for play. Over a hundred men and boys leadto
out a clue that was expected to I
dedication October 10, it was learned. of Deland are patrolling the beaches arrests or to clear up the mysteryof i Ii

When completed, the building will watching for the body. It is believed the finding Friday afternoon by

present a magnificent structure of that Stith went for a midnight swim several small boys In swimming of' !
and drowned. In his
was hotel room
the badly decomposed torso of .what
BUILD STRENGTHThe found his with watch and
j was coat a
physicians state is that of a four to % r ,
body depends entirely on the some money. On the beach was discovered cu111,111.1% 6'/ %

blood for strength. II the blood is the trousers shoes and under- I /
thin impure and undernourished, clothes. A TONIC

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FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1924


FI r IJY U KILLED; MANY HURT IN BATTLESHIP (additional observers and three officers taro, Henry Freeman, secretary and PINE HILL I

- EXPLOSION !| making a total of eighty-eight treasurer. The line-up will be as follows Pine Hill, June 20-Mr. and Mrs. f

c.a..i.: men are reported to have been in the : Henry Freeman, catcher; Mor- E. H. Clemon visited the latter'
(Continued from Page One) I and Will Mojtt pitchers;
fire more than fifty of whom were in gan Darby mother *Mrs. Mott of Wateroak
of Cliff Chancey, first base; .J'af''tA\der-\ ,
the chambers the portion
gran., eiJ the shell deck down the shaft of the upper second base Markley Johns, Saturday. 'u
: the turret most affected. man, ; made business tripto
R. I1. Green a
endless powder chain bucket leading | The men handing the' powder up third base; F. E.: Poole, shortstop, ; < Jacksonville} last week.
from the turret and thus elud-
away field Gus Beasley,
., from lower decks are believed to have Joe Canova, right Alvin Clemons ,has accepted a position -
-- -- flames
ed the scorching, suffocating ; because of center Paul B.aieden. left field; Allen
{ escaped serious injuries ; '
in furniture store at Gaines
i- l'lif>ncH 29 and IOU which meanwhile were augmented by forcI Canova and Guns Alvarez, substitutes. a .
I the progressive steps theflre was -, ville.
the igniting of several sacks of
--- blew down
-- ---- The rainstorm :Monday;
I led to take.
Dave Green and Evan Hodgea attended
CELEBRATES HONORING smokeless powder piled near the guns. schoolhouse inr the Silcox settle- I
..... the
-(ijr a sing at Long Bridge Friday t
t ,+ HER FIFTH BIRTHDAY ( MISS DURDEN Others handing the powder up escap- I ment.A. I

ed serious injuries because of the pro- M. is building a two story : night. ,
e i The home\ of Mr and Mrs. Errol Justine Savareae is giving a bridge gressive steps the fire was forced to TO-DAY I II boat house Darby at Kingsley lake. I Fred Lesley pad Russell Green

Alvarez was the scene of a lovely {Iparty at the Crescent Grill this afternoon take in reaching them. ::1 L A movement has been started to Mollie Surrency and Evan Hodges at-

riI affair/ Monday afternoon when Heir at 3:30 o'clock, complimentingMiss tended Sunday school at Sardis last
of hour
Three quarters an elapsed clay the road from Starke to Kings-
daughter, little Mica Virgina Alvarez Clara Mae Durden, whose wed Sunday.A .
before rescuers could penetrate the I THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS AGO lake. .
,,9+ celebrated her filth birthday. The 'ding to Mr. Clarence Crimbla\ Hoppe ley fish fry was enjoyed by families
red hot chamber containing the The Starke board of trade is havinga
+ rooms cf the house were decorated in takes place Wednesday evening. I The store building of N. J. Jones of this community and of Brooker
the blast victims. shed erected
the colors orange and pink. Vases! of Miss Savarese.ha*, filled five tables |and the residence of T. W. Sweat were large public hitching Thursday night at the Scout Hole.
from the U. S.
? Ensign H. D. Smith, the vacant lot north of Moitt'lsbop.
ihiuta daises and cape jasmine were for bridge and one for tea, guests. The burned to the ground last Thursday'morning on J. W. L. Pinholster made a trip to
S. Mexico was the first man to enter
| .
d Used profusely. 'tables will be decorated with Shasta the at eleven o'clock. Col. Dar.I Jacksonville and Tallahassee last
the turret number two, following
J : The children enjoyed a peanut hunt daisies, and on the dainty score cards burning of the smokeless powder I by'. house caught several times but ZIFF last week.A. .

during the course of the afternoon. art painted bride designs.To which snuffed out the !Uves of the two I the volunteer fighters succeeded in B. Surrency visited .C. M. An-

xM1: v, r Miss Mildred Griffin was awarded the' her guest of honor Miss Sava- extingushing the flames. The only Ziff, June 20-Livingston Russ of drew of Bradford Sunday.

high prize: while the connotation prize" rese is giving a gold and black com-, score men. the turret 'Ensign other buildings caught were the Hodges Brooker was looking after business A party was given at the home of
Upon entering ,
qx, went to Blartile Hemingway. pact, and for first prim she is givinga Smith took with him an air hose House and the Telegraph office. here Thursday and Friday. I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andrew Saturday

1 Following the peanut hunt the piece of lingerie: The second prize which immediately caused the flamesto Both were promptly put out and lit- Mrs. J. B. Thomas was shopping in night which was enjoyed by a numberof

children were invited into the dining is a pair of silk hose and the holderof shoot forth. After flooding the tur- tle damage done. Brooker Friday.Mr. young people.
where birthday cake lowest will be consoled with The Presbyterian church has received -, .
? room a large score ret second time with water, Ensign David Pinholster of St. Petersburg
P with candles adorned the table. bottle of bath it windows and doors, it is be-I
five a hand-painted powder. Smith was able to enter. All the meji was looking after business here Famous Chinese sauce is made by

. t" Here the little guests were served ice Following the games a delicious were dead at that time, their faces tag, plastered and stained inside andis Wednesday and shaking hands with cooking the Chinese white bean for

cream and cake the girls receiving salad and ice cream course will be seared and puffed almost beyond nearly completed. old friends.J. many hours, and after straining, it is

r dainty little baskets of candy and the served.Tampa" Times, Monday, recognition by the intense heat. Identification The excursion to Pablo Beach in and W. Lewis spent the week-end at (I set under a glass in the sun until it;
boys small balls as favors. Assisting June lOth.MERRY Jacksonville was a success every '
how becomes thick and brown.
marks on the clothing, New River the guest! of friends and
of the
Mrs.: Alvarez in serving were: Mesdames sense .
WORKERS ever, was BtUI discernible. The W. C. T. U. will meet Thursday relatives.Mr. .
Mabel Seals Will Blakely
which revolving Prices of wooden toys have increased ,
Had the turret was
Laura Johns and Miss Elizabeth ENTERTAINEDMrs.; ofternoon at the home of Miss[ FlorIda and Mrs. Dewey Starling, Mr.
100 per'cent in i
at the time of the explosion on McAfee. and :Mrs.; Del tha Starling of Gainesville
: Kemlrick. E. S. Matthews delightfully the :Mississippi occurred, remained in I the week-end greetingold the last ten years because of the '1
The people of the city propose spent
",- Those enjoying the party were: entertained the merry workers Mon-' the position in which it was at the young scarcity of wood and mounting labor S
,; Misses I'aullne Anders, Katie Colley, j to have a basket picnic nt Kings- friends and relatives i
day night at her lovely home on Ninth time of the explosion the hang fire costs. r.1
; Martilo Hemingway. Vera Claire Robinson ley lake today. Frank Harold of New River spent 9
street. A refreshing ice course was from the left gun would have gone Those attending the 1\!. E. Conference here with friends. i }
Murrhee Lillian Sunday
Annie Stern-
::;,..Le l was served at the close of the evening. Into the center of the city of San Rev. I The old cray pipe was the cause ota
Melrose last week
.'; berg, Vonda Inman, Dorthy White. Pedro, witnesses aboard the ship said. at were Miss Linnie Parks left Friday for great many cancers of the lip, according
G<;;' Lillian Guarris Marguerite Prevatt, SWIMMING PARTY When the gunner's hand guidingthe I W. S. Richardson, N. J. Jones, Mrs. LaCross to spend a while with her. to a famous surgeon.

'. I Elaine Edwards, Thelma Andrew, AT HAMPTON- BEACH controls wrenched by (Richard, Miss Belle Richarl.I brother Jeff Parks. :

;', v" ,, Thtlma Seals, Frances Lee Peek, I '" and Ella the explosion was, the guns kept away revolv- f!I There has been boat $75 lu scribed Miss Ruby Dyal] and little neice of II The piston in a six-cylinder: automobile
Weeks h
Louise Dot Misses Virginia ; toward the building of a bath < Lse I
Snyder, Bishop, Dorthy
ing and stopped as they pointed directly1 Graham spent the week-end here passes 6,000 times through its
; May Hazen of Brooker entertained a at Crosby Lake by our itsrprisirg
Hitch, Cora Belle Strickland, Eliza- ,
t after. with her neice, Miss Ethel Dyal. for each mile traveled.
:. :. beth Holingaworth, Grace Alvarez, number of their friends with a swimming i citizens, and the limber will be hi ul- cylinder
the of LaCross
Lonnie Parker
Thus, fortune probably saved spent -
party at Hampton Beach last ed next week. I
Lois Edwards Beatrice
Long, lives of citizens and the destruction the week-end here with home folks. Miss
Starke many Chalres is a state scholarship
; Johns, Marguerite Neff, Martha Friday evening. Those from I lOur city fathers should enforce the
San Thomas of Graham attended
of roperty in Harbie student education.
m in the school of
enjoying the evening were Misses sidewalk ordinance, where the walks \
Powell, Georgia Haynes, Gloria Johns,
, Pedro. I I' Sunday school at Dedan Sunday. She will be a senior next year. Miss 11I
' Fynella Snyder Pauline Miner, Mar- Florence Andrews, Hazel Middleton are bad or no walks at all. It causes
Hardily had the echo of the blast Miss Beulah Lewis spent Saturdayhere Cockrell will be junior in the same \
guerite Miller, Geraldine Johns, Margie Harriet Ritch, Lucile Mitchell, Elise I la I great deal of trouble to those who I
died when the dreadnought'sprow with her cousin Opal Lewis.
I Stump, Pansy Cone, Estella House !,: Jones, Mary Canova, Messers Eugene away must cross the road in mud and water, !school. .
swung around and the big ship Mr. and Mrs. Tom Steward and son,
Matthews, Gerald Middleton, Frank or wade when it is wet.
Martha Morris Bunnie Canova Marie
toward Paul of Brooker and Miss Buelah | The at the
James raced full steam ahead port. average person speak
: Carpenter, Sammy Sternberg, I I Hampton Gleanings-Mr. Pearce
Griffin Eyllne
r Underhill Mildred In the wireless room, radio snapped Lewis attended Sunday school over rate of 150 words a minute in dictating -
Watson of Jacksonville Dorthy Turner William Brownlee, Joseph Thomas of the firm of Pearce and Blanton, has
Out the Graham afternoon. it is said while I
the tragic news to hospital at Sunday a rapid speakermay
and Comer Long. been In Jacksonville this week layingin
Marie Tiaon and sister Masters
ship Relief at anchor in the harbor Pervia Lewis attended the B. reach as high a delivery as 300
..v Cecil Thomas, Don Stilley, Resile TAXPAYER WRITES the goods. These gentlemen have had P Y'I! minute. .
forty-five miles away. Aboard U. at Brooker Sunday night. a
Thomas A. W. Anderson, Elbert Edwards '. the their store building painted up, which ,
s ion. Decks w'- 'red for ,
t Billy Powell, N. T. Ritch, Tom- Starke Fla. June 9, 1924. I helps to adorn our nice little village. -- --- -
r reception of the injured. .
tnle Ritch, Edward Neff, Jr., J. L. Bradford County Telegraph: Stretchers were brought out and TWENTY-FOUR YEARS AGO

Brooks, Leslie Biggs, A. II. Kirby, Your paper is a strong advocate of I I
in readiness. Preparations
placed The board of county commissioners GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
of Jacksonville, Jack and Jessie Com, progressiveness for town, county and were made to lower the ship' lifeboats met in regular session June 5th with
of Gainesville Glen Harold Julian and should be supported in
state you thej
and launches for carryinr commissioners : & RITCH
the following present
and J. L. Smith and Frank Hemingway your stand by every citizen, but we .
wounded from the crippled dVend- J. B. Crew chairman protem W. W.
the boost-
Jr. have the knocker as well as ; '
naught to the Relief. Tumblm, It. G. Ware and R. W. Cameron
who knock the town FIRE
or ,
ers; men very .
Meanwhile the word that something -
'i. community that gives them a living. ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,
b ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE ( the had gone wrong aboard the i II W. B. Itaynes. John Dohm, W. H. BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
There is a difference bteween naval(I ,
,, Mississippi spread from the Underhill, J. S. Griner and R. E. Fox-
Dr. and Mrs 6. L. Haynes, Air. and ;knocker and the one who complains. 'patrol station along the waterfront (I II 1 worth have been enjoying this week MADE PROMPTLY

Mrs. F. F. Stump and Mr. and Mrs. I The,knocker Is one who in never satisfied I and all who could muster field glasses fishing at Smith Lake.

'' It. A. Weeks celebrated their wadding and who takes advantage of every the -- -
strained their eyes toward I
| J. W. Wells of Worthington Springs
anniversaries on Friday evening at I opportunity to give his section a south where the fighting top of the i,was a business visitor to Starke Monday "COUlD BETTER FERTILIZER BE HADE WE WOULD RAGE IT"
the home of Dr. and Mrs. The black eye. This sort of a man of
Haynes. I dreadnaught was visible above the Before burin ass our D.w April pric.U>t .f MI*. -8IMON. PUUt" and CXK
S dining room was tastefully arranged course should move elsewhere.The horizon. i I Messrs. S. J. and R. L. Prescott, of BRANDS" vUek .... Iwo U. Standard .( Qulity far tile put frtr rwra wits
,t, With bowl,- and vases of pink and I other man complains because From Point Firmin, an eminence Florid &..*.,. Fried *lw.,.. rlfkt. Qullty ..n ld.r... ..! tin eb...p..t. kit th. ....
t s lavender verbena. .while he Is striving to produce: something Sampson City, were visitors to Starke far _elta. Aba prle* Ibta at laMctlddu 8..,.,_ Duura and Dutm. Itl4n ..-
I near the mouth of the harbor, the distressed
Tuesday. I I. now writ .t onc.
the really
and condition to
., Mrs. Haynes served a delicious change: i
; be
vessel could seen plainly,
M. Leviton is visiting her
i Mrs.
course dinner. Mr. ,and Mrs. O. L. I benflt of himself, his neighbors: and I with sailors! crowded around the shat- | in Alexander ville, Ga. E .0. PainterFertilizerfo. JacksoavilleFt.

litasley were also guests at this ,entire citizenship, ia held down by excessive tered turret. 1 I parents -
Contractor H. A. Farmer is rush-
i -
t1. ncr din-I rains and empty promises of As ashore knew the ex- "e
yet no one |intr: the work of constructing the new
'v Later in the evening Dr. and our street commissioners: in the matter -
tent of the disaster, but from the Re- at Ward City.
I lligRs; Mr. J. J. Truby, !Mrs. T. C. I, of drainage. Why itn'tVesttnore- lief came the news that preparationswere (depot Vernon E. Sapp patentee of the

." Morris and Misses\ Mabel Weller and |I bland street entitled to n few (diliumi being made to care for fifty in- has manufactured -
Grasshopper plow
Ruth Sternberg joined the dinner 1 i,being spent opening! / up the present (
sold 102 of his this
guests to play bridge. The porch' of I'ditch down to the railroad: nnrl thereby Finally the Mississippi rounded the land C. MJ. Spurktnan &plows Co's barroom season.is Standing Guard
!|Rive the adjoining property owners I
this lovely home, where they played breakwater, the hospital ship racingout being thoroughly overhauled and

t' was decorated. with daisies, and zenina.I i jur tenants a chance to grow something to meet it and, passengers: aboardthe will have a palatial appearance when I
I After several tables of bridge it during the wet times as well as I
steamship Yale, just then departing -
the carpenters and painters have finished -
fl was found that Mrs. I Jen si cy held [make it more sanitary. Without such for San Diego, crowded to the I their work. ,i

,,, high score\ and was awarded a deck assistance what. encouragement/ has rail to gaze awe-struck at the approaching Mr. Geo. F. Scott and family left f I
of cards and Ruth Sternberg made the to remain? He fs justified of battleship.Once where i ill, tfz
{Tuesday for Nashville, Tenn.,
low and received a box of cnndy. A !course In moving out like the knocker inside the breakwater the
Mr. Scott will take a course at the
t delicious salad course was served at but in a more respectable way.TAXPAYEK.. !Mississippi let go her anchor. University. I I

the close of the evening. Just then another blast rocked the i )LSJLJ.
J. E. Futch, N.- W. Hackett, J. G.

IN HONOR: OKIKS. WOODLAWN dreadnaught. A fourteen inch shell Alvarez. T. G. Bug! J. W. Andrews, 1 1I

oa I Ir > NELSON CATIICAKT shrieked past the bow of the Yale and J. I'. Bennett W. H. Rivers, F. R. I I Ir

? Woodlawn Juno S0! -CoUon Smithof ploughed into the sea. ((Morgan, M. L. Johns, E. E. Johns, r r..

ir Mrs.E. L. Biggs entertained at |I Jacksonville spent last week here There was panic aboard the pas George Dyad, of Starke J. H. :Moore, ,,

bridge Friday afternoon in honor of the guest ot relatives. senger vessel and near the dread. I,of Theressa, II. C. Ryals, of Sampson. : ,

her cousin Mrs. Nelson Catchart, of ,I I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Valencia and naught the water was crowded with left for the state convention Tuesday. I I

Tnmpa.. Gold 1 and white was the color I sister, Miss Mozell Browning of boats) from the hospital ship, pressingon The Bradford County Guards were II I
'- scheme of the afternoon and wan {Jacksonville spent Sunday here with toward their duty of rescue, carrying I Inspected Saturday by Adjutant General

tastefully carried out in the vases of their parents. Mr. and Msr. D. B. surgeons and stretchers to the I Patrick Houston. The adjutant 1I I 1

sunflowers ami daisies which adorned Browning.II. stricken ship.Within I'general, arrived at 9> o'clock from Pa- 1I I

the different rooms. E. Lagergren of Starke was a a few moments twenty ,latka, accompanied by Col. C. P. Lov- ,

Six tables were arranged for bridge business visitor here Wednesday.H. dead, injured or dying men had been |tell, Major E. S. Matthews, Major E.

and small dishes of yellow candies A. Bishop of Starke was looking transferred to the Relief, and that L. Stewart, Lieut. A. H. Johns. The

at were on each table. The guests, after I after his telephone system here Satur- was but the beginning. After the t call of the muster roll revealed the

enjoying five tables of bridge, were !,Jay. the last man had been taken across, I presence of the following officers .and

nerved refreshing fruit salad with I I Mr Wasden who is employed here the Mississippi moved slowly back to '[enlisted men: Captain, J. R. Davis; i

+ Ratlines olives, lady fingers and iced with the road gang, spent Sunday. at her regular berth near the end of the list. Lieut. J. D. Alderman; 2nd Lieut.F. .

A tea. Dainty little yellow cups filled 'Graham with his family. breakwater.But |I A. Moore; Sergeants, Tate Powell, A Safety Deposit-Box for valuable papers and

with yellow and white mints were I Cecil Williams of Jacksonville is there was no respite {or the
H. II. Ross! L..R. Edwards J. D. valued posessions is the best investment that be
'' placed on each plate and yellow nasturtiums the guest of relatives here this week. shattered and careworn personnel of Wynn; Cororpals, Noah Jones, H. E. can

were given as favors. I I A large crowd attended the socialat the fighting'craft. Hardly had a semblance Fortner; Privates W. Alvarez. W. D. made for peace-of-mind. Standing guard day and

When the scores were totaled it was the home of Mr. and Mrs D. Car- of order been restored when it night Protection
Adams Ira Andrews, E. A. Burnsed, as a against Fire, Theft or Destruct
found that Mrs. Collins had made high ter's Wednesday night. was discovered that another hangfirestill In. H. Benton, B. Edwards. Sam Friedman tion.

j ', and received a lovely hand embroidered I I, Messrs Krindle and Hamilton of menaced life aboard the ship and ,I J. S. Forsyth, W. H. Hemingway, j

bridge ..t. Mrs. A. W. Anderson Jacksonville came over last Wednesday It.Another.
i near
JN.- Jones, C. F. Kalch, O. A. Knight, We
was awarded, as! second, a beautiful I'I and purchased 1 several acres of 1 unexploded charge in a i IC. A. Knight, S. L. Kramer, J. L. LevyC. invite you to investigate the facilities in our

bridge score let and Miss Jeanette land here. They will improve this gun chamber was in danger of "let- I L. Moitt Carlyle Peek, N. A. Safety Deposit-box Department affording you the

l Matthews was presented a deck of property as soon as possible.Mr. ting go" at any moment like the one |
i J. 1\[. Prescott, J. W. Sydboten greatest protection at the least possible
linen cards as a consolation. I and :Mrs. L. Conner and familyMr. 'which hurled its ton of steel' In the I'land Leman Wynn.I cost.

Those enjoying the afternoon were: : and Mrs. J. M. Conner and mother harbor and narrowly missed the Yale.

Mesdames H. H. Young) Lj Wyman.|of Raiford pent Sunday here with There was but one course to take I TEN YEARS AGO

G.JA., Collins C'.'A. Futch, J. C. Robinson their sister' MV< *. S. B. Browning. and the Mississippi's commandertook The Fourth of July will be cele- Bradford County Bank

<, J. L. I'eek.J.- Sternberg Mil M IMS,. Ronnie Graves, Gladys and it. l jbrated I in Starke with a big picnic at ;

waid Burns Florence Powell; It* Llirrne Nannam attended the ball The dreadnaugsjt's! anchor wa..lilt- ,,the city park.

Powell, Frank Hoover, A. W. Anderson game; at the State Farm Sunday ed and the steamed out to s.a away I Much complaint has been heard Established 1889

x J. W. Andrews Jr., Misses Aileen afternoon. from the crowded harbor which*h r lately about' the rough condition of .

,, Alvarez, Mattel Weller Jeanette and Misa Purvis Prevatt of Lawty at- presence menaced. Seventy-seven men Walnut street between Call street "Bradford County's Financial

Florence Matthews. From Tampa :Mrs. tended the social at the home of Mrs.S. naval officers said, constitute! the(I and ninth street. Stronghold".

Nelson Cathcart, and from Lawtey T. Starling Saturday night. crew of men working' on the three The HStarke Grays' ball team was

t ;Jlesdames W. E. Torode, L. ]I. Hill, Miss Callie Norman spent Sunday guns in a turret. At the time of the''organized Friday evening with C. E.Canova. .

Ernest Wells; and F..ffIeIiner.: In Lawtey the guest of friends. explosion in turret number two .seven manager, Gu Alvarez, cap

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-=== D. Carpenter motored to Gainesville Mr*<. Nelson Cathcart, of Tampa Is'school' at 9:43 a.m., each Sunday, I! D. Y. P. U. at 7:00: p.m. Evening

Sunday. visiting Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., at ,Prof Wiggins, Superintendent. worship at 8:00.

Lake Kingsley. I I Divine worship at 11:00.: In the ab (I.I...The Bible school accepted the kind
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Bits of LocalInformation James Godwin spent Tuesday in Jsence of the aator, Dr. Bullen, who ,and, generous invitation extended to
Jacksonville on business. MU Bessie McCormick, of Gainesville 'Is in Cedar Key conducting rtl\'tvall]ft hem! to hold their annual picnic at
spent Sunday afternoon, with ''meeting Rev. O. N. Kersey pastol"'ol I, :\Irll. Cady's landing Kingstoy luke,

Mrs. D. E. Knight and son, Paul, Mr. and Mrs. E. :M. Davis. {the Baptist church, Cedar Key will occupy June 12th. Every ono from the young

spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.Mrs. the pulpit both morning and eat to the oldest spent a most enjoyable -
Concerning Our People, Business and I :Mrs. E. M.tDltvb and little daughter -"evening. Rev. Kersey preached hero t day. Last Sunday morning at

Progress in the County and Town. : Mamie Garcia spent last Tuesday Jean spent last week-end in !about three years ago. We trust ai the regular cession of the Bible school
in Jacksonville with relatives Alachua with Mrs. M.\ J. Stone. I large congregation will (greet him at I rifting vote of thanks and appreciation -
I II I(both services. ;! was t..ndl're.1In.! Cady.
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Mrs. A. M. Darby went to Jackson
Ernest Wells, of Lawtey, attendedto I II
.A, A. Futch, of Hampton, was a Frank Hoover is spending .",verA! business matters in Starke Friday. ville Sunday to accompany her dAughter I I "
business visitor to Starke Friday. days of this week in Jacksonville On Mrs.' C. W. Chalker, and little ____ -=-::=-=--- ===--_ __ :, \
_W_ -M. W business.Mr. boys to Starke. I
!\leurs 'J. T. and J. H. Moore of .
Jesse Alexander, of Hampton, wasa I Lawtey were visitors to Starke 1londay. -
visitor to our town last Friday.E. and Mrs H. L. Brownlee and Miss Raw Livingston, who has been

daughter, Miss Elizabeth, and son, spending several weeks. in Tampa

B. Canova was attending to business Hugh, motored\ to Deland Tuesday. C. E. Harper of Hampton, was 'with her brother, G. C. Livingston, 4Ekpt c
ms returned Starke.A /
matters in Lake City last week. transacting business in Starke Moh-' to .. -
f Miss\ Hilda truth spent several ,day.! .

Joe Hill Williams, Esq., of Lake days of this week in Lawtey guest ot lAw "current event" meeting of the
Bullen Bible classes will beheld
Butler, had business in Starke Tues. Miss Mabel Edwards. Mrs. R. J. Davis left Monday for a
day. .,.' visit with her mother who lives in Friday evening at the home of I
Jacksonville 1\Ir.\ and Mrs. F. A. Scott. e
Miss Alleen- Knight, Miss Alice

Keep the Air Alive. DeWitt C. Knight and Sid Lanier motored over c
to Starke Tuesray evening.tTnlolCounty \ Mrs. J. B. Neff was in Starke for Mrs. C. W. Chalker of Bethlehem,
Jones. I, Times. several days this week visiting Mr. Penn., where her husband is a mill-
I and Mrs. E. R. Net!. tary instructor at Lee High University -
"Wm. W. Brayan and Ion, of Law. arrived Sunday night to
I Miss spend a
Griffin and Mr. Harold
tey, were business visitors to Starke Wall of Starke Messrs. J. M. Truby, J. J. Truby while with her.parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. .

Friday.L. attending the ball were game among Thursday.those- and Miss M.bel Weller motored to M. Darby. No one in this day and age would think .

H. Hill, of Lawtey, was attend. Union County Times. Jacksonville Monday.M. A pleasant picnic supper was enjoyed of cutting hay with a small hand scythe. It
ing to business matters in Starke ,I D. C. Jones handles the world-famous F. Brown of Tampa, spent the : at Hampton Beach Thursday evening is just as foolish to continue in an obsolete

Tuesday.Mr. General Electric fans, all sizes. relatives week-end and in Starke friends.Dr. and. Lawtey with 'I' Mrs R.by A.the Weeks following and family party., Mr.Mr. and and I way of running your home. The idle electric -

and Mrs.. R. R. Thede and
Mrs. J. L.
Shriver \
Mr. Lewis Shriver,
sockets home
children, of Lawtey, were visitant to lion Lex Green, our future con and Mrs. W. E. Middleton and MillS[ Marguerite Shriver, Mr. and i in your carry power,

Starke Sunday afternoon.Dr. gressman as the guest spent of Sunday Mr. and in Mrs.Lake B.Cuter S.- family motored to Jacksonville recent Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Misses Jeannette, I which at a twist or push from your fingertips -

ly to spend the day. and Florence Matthews and Eugene
Johns.-Union County Times and comfort.
J. J. Bullen left Saturday for fatthews. mean ease
Cedar Key, where he will conduct a
revival meeting for the next ten days. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Dial returned Miss Hazel Middleton has returned Mrs. Dura Quigley who has Electric equipment modernizes
Sunday night from Kingiley Lake. from St. Augustine, where she has spent I ,
where they were guests of friends for' been visiting Mrs. Traxler. several months with her son, J. home and eliminates drudgery
Mrs. Geo. A. Anderson, of Lawtey, ulgley, I left Thursday for T'I your
in Starke with her trie week-end.-Gainesville Daily Sun. '
spent Friday parents Conn. uhero she TOASTERS
Messrs E. Moorer and R. C. Hel- will visit her
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. berger of the Theressa section, were ter before returning to her home inl i PERCOLATORS
Pure hog lard in 50 pound tins, net
business visitors to Starke Friday. Halifax Nova Scot ill. Mrs. Quigley
R. L. Lewis of Jasper, visited his $0.90 a tin, at J. C. Manning's Cheap ailed via Clyde Line for New York AMERICAN BEAUTY IRONS

daughter, Mrs j. C. Robinson, at Cash Store. Mrs. Catherine Davis has returned and was accompanied as far an Jacksonville WAFFLE IRONS

Kingsley lake several days of last I from Jacksonville, where she spent by !Mr. and !Mrs. J, T. Quigley.
'week. Miss Kate Epperson of Lake Butler. TABLE STOVES
several days with friends and rela
was among the visitors who came tives. Chick should over to the ball
Mrs. Lamira Graham of Jacksonville. ( enjoy( game Thursday '
; use sanitary vessel and keep
in Starke with -Alachua Correspondence in Monday's I of Comfort Home
spent Sunday new era in
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek and chil- shaded. Foul, impure water kills more your
her and Mrs. J. M. Gainesville Sun.F. .
parents Mr. dren motored to Jacksonville Sundayto scales used in giving a recent
Alvarez.Col. spend a few days with Mrs. Peek's tes.t'l
C. Hollingsworth has joined the Comfortable and Cool
sister,'1>Irs. Wilson.E. Trouseaus of the Majorca Keep
E. M. Johns of Starke was Kingsley commuters having purchased the Balearie Islands have been known I

here Tuesday transacting business I a lot adjoining the Net property S. Matthews left Wednesday ta include 144 chemise.
with Judge Strickland.. -Union County ,from II. G. Mason. He plans to erecta afternoon' for Tallahassee, where he I Whether at work or getting the best com-

Times. future.cottage on this property in the neat will attend a meeting of the. State granted put of in 35,000 England electrical in one year patents 297 forts of home an Electric Fan is almost in-
I Railroad i Commissioners.
Mr. and Mts. W. L. Cunninghamand f were those of women. dispensable. They turn hot nights into

little son, of Ellenton have been Rev. Dunham of Starke held services Mr. and Mrs. James Shepherd and DEATH OF MILES A. WARREN AT .
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. at the Episcopal church Sunday children left Sunday on a. motor trip / 'OEFUNIAK SPRINGS cool ones.
G.'W.: Lewis. mornlmr. This -was the last to Bartow, where they will spend ten I
I meeting to be held until Octobet.i .- days with relative and friends Miles A. Warren, a former resident We have the best (fans on the market-

Keep the Air Alive. DeWitt C. i Waldo Correspondence in Gainesville of this county, died suddenly Saturday

Jones. '.Daily Sun. Miss Madge Middleton accompanied all his horn in DeFuniak Springs-Our GENERAL ELECTRIC

I I II (I her grandmother, Mrs. L. A. Dow- ext issue will carry the obituary of
The Baptist Sunday school and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Sr., returned! to ling to Cocoa last week and will spend this well known West Florida citizen. and the price is no higher than (for others.
I, members of that church enjoyed a her home In Fernandina Tuesday, a while visiting friends and relatives
picnic at Kingsley lake last Thursday, I j I after a visit of several weeks in there.M. I BAPTIST CIIUKCH BULLETIN :

going to Cady's landing. j: Stae with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. i Tho regular services of the church DeWITT C. JONES

I''She was accompanied as far as Jacksonville Philips, of Lake City, who Is will be held on Sunday. The BiblerENTAWORD'r
Mrs. C. F. Sayles, Mrs. DeWitt C.I by Mrs. L. A. Davis. division engineer; of the State Road HARDWARE
Jones Mrs. S. L. Peek and Mrs. E. X.I|I Department, was In town Tuesday '
Ferryman motored to Jacksonville Mrs. J. D. Nell, Mrs. E. R. Noff making an inspection of the work on STARKE FLORIDA
Tuesday and spent tho day. and children: motored to Jacksonville the state road. % ] ,

I|I Friday. Mrs. E. R. Neff will remain .
Henry Blakely of Starke spent the .a few days visiting Mrs. J. B. Neff.; I Miss Thelma Brinson Messrs. -- -- -- -- ------', -- -- .- -- -
week-end with his parents, Mr. and ':,, Clarence Leonardy and Ras Brinnon
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days -
Mrs. S. A. 'Blakely.-Waldo motored hero from Fiftone Sundayto I ,
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In Gainesville Daily Sun. I t I make life a pleasure. See Jones for spend the day with Mr. and Mrs.\ J. ,

electric tana. E. Corpening.Mrs. FOR RENT-Ono house IIn MmlixonStnet
Mr. and Mrs. James Warren and ,, E. W. (Iiny.'.. It..OST .
son, Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Alvarez and'1 Mm( iris Godwin of Drooker, accompanied J. E. Corpening and little
the by her undo and little l. Large pink cameo pin, oetagonshapcil -
children< of Jacksonville, spent CQU'sin daughter, Thelmu L'Ktta, returned
week-end at the Johns cottage, Kings- ''''' were in town last Friday afternoon Sund Y"'from a few days' visit at gold band. Reward it returned I
ley lake. on their way back home from T'iftono with Mrs. Corpening' parentsMr. to this office tf.

the county capital.-Alachua Correspondence and Mrs. T. A. Brinson. FOR SALE-Tomato crates, complete
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards and in Monday's GainesvilleSun. also paper and nails. D. W. Moore,
children and Mrs. E. P. King! and |I :Mrs. J. II. Haiti wander, of Jacksonville Theressa, Flu 66.4t "Castles in Spain"May

children of Vienna, Ga., are spend- :! spent several days in Starke, .. .
ing this week at the Peek cottage, 'i iKingsley :Mrs( ,1. C. Adkins and two children, guest of Mrs. M Leviton and other }'OR SALE-180( selected Whito Leg I --

lake. James C, Jr., and Margaret, Mrs. L. friend J She left Wednesday for horn hen Two miles west of
A. Blake and interesting little daughter Cedar Keys for a visit before return Starke. W. N. La[)ue, Starke. 2t. be very real to the man of dreams,

Mrs. J. P. Robinson and !granddaughter France, and 1\11'8. J. Fletcher ing to her home in Jacksonville.Mr. but the practical man these days DEMANDS -
ARM WANTED want farms for
Edna Mills, :Mr. and :Mrs. Burnett, and little Betty Burnett, returned
Wilbur Archer of Jacksonville, spent Sunday night from King ley and Mrs. Bert Dyal, :Mr. and cash buyera. Describe and state SOMETHING MORE

Sunday at Kingsley: lake with Mr. and Lake where they have been enjoyir r Mrs. Adkins and family Mr, and Mrs.J. price. R. McNown 102 Wilkinson I SUBSTANTIAL.

Mrs. J. C. Robinson. ;i..a brief vacation.-.Gainesville Daily L. Briggs! and von, Mr. and :Mm. Bid*., Omaha, Neb. 6-6-3t* I
Sun. Blake and little daughter, Frances, FOR SALE-40! acres land, 7-room I

Keep the Air Alive-With Electric |I -' and Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Burnett bungalow celled inside, good water,
Fans. DeWitt C. Jones. ,|, The Bradford county system of returned to Gainesville Sunday after near churches and schools; near ,
hard road will soon be linked with I
a week's stay at Lake Kingsley.
: State Farm; situated best farming
Mrs. Alexander and daughter, Wilma -' that of Alachua county. Contractor section Bradford county famous A Savings Account is Dream
; no
''Gray, who has contracted to build. Mrs. C. F. Sayles motored here
cf Hampton, were in Waldo for trucking, strawberries and
from }Miami accompanied by her
i the road from Santa Fe River, threemiles
Tuesday to attend the Phythlan Sis-I' general farming. 26 acre cleared], *
Comer and /
nephews. Long
north of Waldo, to Highland. Carlyle
Correspondence It i is of the substantial of reali-
ten meeting.-Waldo belongs a corporation that must one most
has a large force working between! Bitch, who have been visiting her. '
in Gainesville Daily Sun. I Hampton and the Santa Fe River. While here Mrs. Sayles is the guest sell, $400 down, 5 years on balance. ties. It is your friend when others fail.

Miss Amelia Ray, the Telegraph'sloclety Gainesville Daily Sun. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Apply to G. M. Inman. Starke, Fla.425tf .

editor, who is spending the I II Peek. Small savings make large fortunes justas

summer months in the mountains of Miss Mabel Edwards of LawtejT, Mrs. O. L. Beatley 1 I. upending this the ocean beach is made of grains
that sha is ,,and colle1fematells.: Mary Lowry, | up
North Carolina, writes week in Tampa with relatives. She
of Dalton Ga., are spending the 666 of sand.Start .
't enjoying her stay very much. I i I > wu present at the marriage of her ; C
of the summer a*
greater .
sister i MU Clara Mae!\ Durd.A to Mr. Ie
I a prescription far Malaria Chill
of :Miss Edwards' sister, Mr,
; Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Blakely spent guests Clarence Crumble Hopp, an event of and Fever, Dengue. or Billons) Fever a savings account at this bank at
her home West
J. C. Adkins at on I
Sunday/ in Starke visiting their son Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hoppe has .
Miss Edward It kill the germn. i once and watch it I
and daughter-Inlaw, Mr. and :Mrs University avenue. been a frequent visitor to Starke and II I
student at Wenleyan College
who is a
Will Blakely.-Waldo Correspondence Sun. ]in Macon, Ga., is attending the summer U very popular with the younger set. "<7.. '-.- -..............,.- : I
in Gainesville Daily |
normal school at the State University Rev. T. C. Shaw of McIntosh delivered COFFINS A CASKETS BANK OF STARKEThe

)Mrs. C. Addison Pound accompan- .-Gainesville Daily Surf. an impressive sermon at the AmA a Pail LJa .,

iediby her son, C.. fddison.Poun .", t Fresbyterian church last Sunday. Rev. I (/,t Jnj and Nnnaaft'Weh will l l.a v\ U w ,, .Friendc! ,0/ here p( Log.1arral1" Shaw was at one time editor> of the 'I
motnlngffoi KktV& 'lake1 t>>l:*end Berry, cop ot .QrJ mnd Mrs. N. C- North Marion News at Mclntosh lIe I HEAJISBJw STARKE FLORIDA'
Berry, who formerly lived in Starktf' Viti called! here to fill the pulpit of .1
several day at her lake cottage yo we ...... Tb. heat eervtea -
following Invitation Ite. T. J. Hedge while Rev. ..
Gainesville Sun. have roeei/edjthe Hedges .f the lowest prlc&. 8pvUI .
: The clan of 1924 of the United 10 turn filled the'vacancy left at the < attntlo to telegraph asres. >_

Mr. and Mrs. C H. SUtrunk. of Slates Military Academy request Baptist church by Dr. J. J. Bullcn's. I .......... Lsbel..r.: I IJ I
Eustis, pent Sunday in Starke with the honor of your presence at the absence from town. J I

and Mrs. G. M. Sis- graduation( exercises Thursday evening DeWITT C. JONES I IST t
hfs p.rente, Mr. Cold half-after nine
to Em- June 12th, at
trunk. Mr. Sistrunk returned Battle Monument West Point, LAXATIVE BROMO QUETCn TMM rem**tbcmOT. ARXE.'LA I
tis Sunday night, while hU wife *ill o'clock. n_ III eel\ sae r e ()lour. ...... .. ._..,
remain here fpr the week. New York. t w.tptvse fora__........ a,. ..m- lIAr-

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=;;' I I PREVENTION 1 I f Matthews during! a severe rainstorm, I .-- -

I I better than can. Tutt'i Pills taken In I I{i,and asked admittance. When Jlat- [ Tirst Ladv Sees Son Graduate _
FARMING I tlma,.r.out only a remedy for but prevent I ) thews opened the door the stranger II _
FARMERS and F .. I SICK HEADACHE I shot him down, using a .32 calibre [- -
| IDJMinM, mutiptfioa; aid kindred AHUM | automatic revolver. Following this I I .,

__ n_ ,n the man compelled Matthews wife
Tuft's PillsWest
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE I and daughter to build a fire and cook I

ARTICLES( OF FARM: EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND Ii i him a meal, threatening them with I w .. ')
TO KB BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY Florida Turpentine Opeators' death if they did not obey him and j
,! I Association, 175 naval jtore operators would not even allow them to, give
\'. ..--J I form Producers' Cooperative Associa- aid to the husband and father, who I

MILL18TON FARM: SURVEY trouble is called stem-end rot. As I tion. was lying where he fell, throughout ,

1 SHOWS INTERESTING FACTS understand it, the little spore thingsof the night. At about daybreak, the
the fungus that causes tha Totting KlHsimmce Graystone hotel being man ostensibly left the place and .
One hundred twenty farms in tho get into the melon through the 'remodeled; grounds to be greatly im I Miss Matthews slipped away to the I

vicinity of Wllliston, Levy County, in stems. And the secret lies In shut proved. I nearest neighbors. tewis Lanier and

11)23\) made nut incomes averaging $1- ting them out. And, believe me, wo Jacksonville- Berrier Ice Cream Norman Branrmn, for aid. When they I z,
1 J 873. This nmount, plus what ( was are going to slam the door right in Company to erect arrived at the Matthews home the-I j
$70,000 factory.
I secured from the firm in way of food, the face cf these spores. man was about the place and tired I
I *clothing( and fuel represents the in- 1 The county ageft was around on Florida City-Construction of wat- everal shots at th m, but none took

I come of each of these farms. These Friday and got us to call the meet- er pipe line from this city to Key Lar- I effect. Brannan come on to town for .. .

I figures were arrived at by a farm ing and do this cooperative work. go and probably to Lower. Metacumbo, I the sheriff. Upon arriving at the
( I survey conducted by II. G. Hamilton I He said that in gathering the melonswe proposed.> I scene, Sheriff Lyle organized the

and Robert Wray under the supervision should cut the stem as long asposslble. neighbors into a posse to run down
of Dr.:J. E. Turlington, professor ; Then when we load them Miaml-r-Miami Electric Light and I I he desperado. Soon he was discovered I //i/- ttfI I

of farm management of the Flor- |!in the cars we are to recut the stems Power Company to spend $2,000,000for coming towards the group with his

ida College of Agriculture. Iin,I order to 'remove any spores that imprlvemenets by first of year. revolver In hand. He deliberately I

According to the data, the average .may have entered already. Immediately Florida's construction contracts for walked to within range of Sheriff

receipts for each farm was $3,087. ;'[ ) we are to apply a disinfectant April amounted to $9,880,200! an increase Lyle, then dodged behind a big pine
Of this amount 87.'S: per cent came to the newly cut end of the stems. of 154 per cent over corresponding stump and took deliberate aim at the
from cropa: 9.4 per cent from live- :I This disinfectant is a paste of month in 1923. eheriff, but the officer was to quickon
stock, and 3.1 per cent from labor bluestone. He told us just how to the trigger and fired, using a MIiMrs.
done off( the farm by the farmer, his I''make this paste. He aald: "Put 3H Brndentown Southern Utilities high powered rifle. The man was 1ES.J

r team and equipment. quarts of water in an enamel kettle. Company to construct power plant. lit just above the eyes and death
Receipts from crops amounted to I'I Add V4 pound of bluestone and bringto was instantaneous. Calvin Coolidge first lady of the land, and her oldest sou, -
St. Petersburg M. C. A. to. John Coolidge as he was graduated from the Academy at Merccrsliurg,
$2,700 for each farm. The five most a boil. Dissolve % pound of starchin
$250,009( ( building at Fifth street and Better cultivation better Pa., last week. Mrs. Coolulgi- motored from the capital to attend the
important crops were cucumbers, $2- 1 pint of cold water and then slow- means exercises, -_
230 peanuts: $102 sugar cane, $71 ; ly add I this starch solution to the boil- second avenue south. 'crops. And it is still a fact that the

I'' watermelons, $62; cotton, $45 all ing bluestone, solution. Stir slowly Eustis-Lake County Ice Cream (I -

t other crops, $100.! Cucumbers consti- and continue the boiling for two or Company erecting new plant. ) .,......_. <.-.1m'.a.a'mnou'J1IIlDcnwmUmID! crnmmwcwrnamwwmmTmrnmmwmn
tuted 82.6 per cent of the income three minutes until the mixture I

from crops being 21 times the re thickens into a thin paste. Don't let Clerraont-Contract awarded for factory workers into Hawaii that the Mlle.

celpts from peanuts, the crop bringing it become to thick; should be about construction of school building., secretary of the Honolulu chamber of Odette Piau Wins

the second highest/ income. like paint. Apply with a small, stiff- has
sent out to
TavareBt.ake'county court house commerce warnings
The average expense on these bristle brush.\ He emphasized the nearing completion. the effect that the oversupply of la- European Speed Championship
farms was $1,712. This was distributed point of rccuttng the stems so as to or is becoming serious and that the

as follows: labor, $579; fertilizer, prevent the rotting of the melons Vero-Nu-Grape Bottling Companynew immigration should be stopped.
$391:J[ I; container (crates, hampers, I by the spores that may already in concern, established here.

bUllS, etc.), $154; car expense for the stems. Diamonds taken from Arkansas
farm uae (gasoline, tires, repairs' We got busy at once, got the ma- Cocoa-Golf course under construction fields are, according to experts ;

and depreciation), $151; car expense terial together, arranged with Bob among the finest produced in the r 4jj

for pleasure and personal use, $12 to do the work in the cars, and now Lake Worth-Construction of double I world.

I '(not charged against .farm); depreciation we are ready and will b gin shipping draw: bridge across West Palm National parks and monuments in eftMYir.

on buildings, machenery, fences, melons in few days. Beach canal to be under way soon. this country were visited by more
.... etc., $103; seed, $70; taxes $139 feed, u than 1,300,000 people last year.

t $132; spray material, $9; all other expenses Habitual. In'Constipation" to 21 Days Cured Cocoa Brevard County State A device for threshing grain that
3 Of the 120 farms 75 Bank tn build home.
$181. new
'LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a tpeclolly. may be operated on a table in the
:\v owned cars. J prepared' Syrup Tonic-Laxa'Jve) Habinia' Tampa-Bids for construction of house, has been patented.
In commenting on these figures Constipation. It relieves promptly but Airplanes may be used to trans-
,: one specialist called attention to the should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto new city water plant on Hills- port ore from mines that otherwise
Induce regular action. It Stimulate and borough river to be opened June 24.
low expenditure for spray material. would be inaccessible.
Kegulates. Very Pleasant to T kJ. 60c
It was his opinion that had more tier bottle. Jacksonville $300,000 Masonic Corn cobs produced in the United

spray' material been bought and properly I temple to be erected. States each year weigh more than
s' applied to the cucumber crops, HOW TO TOl'-WORK PECANS 20,000,000 tons.

) \ the income figures would have been TOLD IN NEW BULLETIN Cocoa-School building to be con- Persons lose weight while asleep,
I, ;' higher. Many cucumber in thef' structed at cost of $75,000.Sarasota$150,000 ,
crops according to delicately adjusted
How to top-work pecan trees is I 5,1
\VilliHton, vicinity were known to be causI.
chicks than other
the subject of a new bulletin issued golf course and any .
almost total losses last because
,j year by the Florida Experiment Station. club house to be constructed! on Long
". ; their owners failed to spray prop Stop That Backache! oil a
erly. There are muny pecan trees that do Boat Key, west of here.

not bear, or do not bear profitably, .
I SALE OF YOUNG COCKHELS and in this bulletin one mny learn New Smyrna-Fidelity Bank of Operating an L. C. Smith typewriter, Mademoiselle
i.. 'New Smyrna: increases capital stock !Many( Starle< People Have Found
ADVISED) how to graft or bud on growth froma the: I Odette Piau the
EARLY IN SUMMER: ( from $25,000 to $75,000. Way.Is won European Speed Championshipcontest
!good bearer and from which may
I _
;f Young roosters for;; table use usually grow a profitable top. i PensacolaSouthern Construction a dull, nerve-racking backacht for typewriting at the Paris Business Show,

I bring better prices when sold Every step in the top-working pro- ,Company awarded big contract for and wearing slower you than out? Do you feel older November 18, 1923. ,

I during early summer The greatest cess is discussed clearly and In most 'construction of Jefferson county sani- tired, weak and you should Ar
nervous find it
1 net profit Is made when the birds cases U Illustrated by pictures. The :tarium near Birmingham, Ala. impossible to be happy, or enjoy: the There were 65 competitors in the contest and

J weigh from I'/i to 2 pounds, which various methods of budding and good times around you? Then there'i twelve different makes of typewriters used.
the spring hatched should make by grafting are discussed in detail. How Committee on industrial relations something wrong and likely it's youi

I June It pays to sell off surplus cock- (I hickory trees may be top-worked of National Association of Manufacturers kidneys.Use Doan's Why Pills-a not get stimulant at the diuretic causel Mademoiselle Piau is a stenographer employed by

I e refs as soon us they reach marketable with pecan trees is explained also. in report made at conventionin to the kidneys. Your neighbon the French Government
j size. The bulletin Is written bv_. -Prof._ _n G. New York, declares strikes and recommend [Doan's. Read what this at present is acting as a

fi.) Selling off the young roosters this It. Blackhon, pecan culturist, and is lockouts in United State have cost Starke resident says: typist for the French members of the Peace Conference -
Mrs. J. I).
,,' way provides more room for pullets the first published product of the recent more than $12,500,000,000 since 1913. says: "I suffered Stansell with ,kidney Walnut trouble St at Geneva. .

to be grown to maturity. Furthermore pecan work of the Experiment Secretary Hoover and my back hurt constantly. I had
addressing con-
( the earlier the cockrcls are Station, special provision for whichwas vention of National Electric Light dizzy, nervous headaches, too. My kid. I She is not and never has been in the employ of the
,.,,; put on the market the better prices made by the last legislature of neys didn't act right, either. Doan', '
Association in Atlantic City by radio, Pills relieved l me." (Statement giver I L C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co,
t they will command;-tho price goes Florida. A copy of this bulletin (No. warned against burdening the April 27, 1918.)

;-\ down with each day after the early 170)) may be had free upon requestto with too much paternalistic government On March 21, 1922, Mrs. Stansell L. C. Smith & Bros.
.... season. Besides! the decline in price the Experiment Station, Gaines responsibility said: "I haven't any symptoms oi Typewriter Co. .
adding: "Our institutions
.' kidney complaint since."
t: t the cost of putting on the third ,ville. ,
will break down if we impose such Price 60c Executive
at all dealers. Don'l Offices
i!'.. pound is twice as much as the first simply ask for ,
i e. eCS e. e e. burdens upon them. a kidney remedy-Ret
II,,.'' two pounds, according to H. D. FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL Doan's Pilhs-the same that Mrs J 120 West Adams Street, Jacksonville, Florida
Lansden extension of theY Stansell had.
poultryman S Valdosta, Ga.-Georgia and Florida Foster-Milburn Co.
Florida College of Agriculture. REVIEWS railway traffic men from various Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. .... ....
I e e e. e. e e. e i' nu'n"mmmmn-n ""' ''''''''''''''' !! !:!.
I;1;; Only the choicest,, most vigorousand places were here in conference regarding .'' [

1 &, : standard marked cockrels should Orlando-Contract to ba,let for con- the movement of the melon -- I
!. \"' be retained for breeding purposes. traction of central warehouse crop this ceason and mapped out
Cockrels of such breeds as Leghorn", plans for the season's rush. FOLKS' : TURNED MB KELLO.1 IS THIS
and Anemia should be sold as squab Miami Paramount Enterprises, DOWN FLAT a BUT STILL. You CURLY MAY. IF? THlS'S ,
t, broilers when weighing from 1 to 2'4 Inc., to erect theater, hotel and office Live Oak-An unknown white man IN OUR THHRB1 MAV AN' FLORlE HAVEN'T ANY You DATE
I pound. When a market is available building at cost of $800,000.SebastinConstruction was shot and instantly killed by MAY THINK I'LL CALL UP ON TO-NIGHT I'UU"
Sheriff. Lyle, in attempting to eff '.this ANTBLL'ER I'M COMB OVER -
there is a good profit at two pound. COMIN' OVER MAYBE
:t Those cockrels which are not retained under way arrest. The man had shot ind TOWN IP' LGANOR6 SEES MS Weu.
of new bank building. 'WITH MAy SHE'LL.
should be kept separate from perhaps fatally wounded 1[. C. Matthews PET JEALOUS thoaT

rS the rest of the flock; they will grow 1 Bartow Lake Garfield EitrusGrowers' : a citizen of the Rosohi-Tu- WANT ME BACH AND BUT _

If themselves and give the pullets! a I Association to build Park. neighborhood, about ten miles southof Out of Q AN'LIKE. WELL! MAV. TOO S -
',-'. better chance. Those Intended for' Live Oak. The man, a complete LucieAgain

p. market may be fattened for a few Vero-$230,000 apartment house to strange, went to the home of Mr. I i-i t
;' lnys. A good fattening ration for be erected in Royal Park. b
.t cockrcls! is 2 of -
or capons parts cornmeal -
IabelJe-lIen Ford 8-
purchases :Are cured! without pain In one day by 'I'B tl
,, or chops and 1 part of wheat.
1{4 000-acre tract for growing rubber. Leonardos Golden Eye Lotion. No y

:: OUR W.\TElmEI.01l'woN"f: ROT other eye remedy in the world as 'C -
Inverness-Contract let for paving cooling, healing and strengthening for EdwardMcCuIlough --- -
'. Uy Spud, Johnson Citrus county's share of state road weak eyes. Insist on having "Leon '
-- ardi'i." Jt makes --' '
No. 5. strong eyes. At -
.0" Over in my neck of the wood. we all druggt>ts. r

have decided we nre not going to Tampa-Plans under way to hold SEABOARD TIME TABLEIn AUTOCASTERI:
'. have any of this rotting of water- another "Florida products exposition"In '
( effect May 11 1924))
melons "in transit" .as they call it. New York: next winter.
r !* :Most of ui farmers met up at the SouthboundNo. -
I school house Saturday night and fix- Spray-Carolina Cotton A Woolen 1 reaches Starke at 11.3$ p. IB. LIKE 515TER t DID, DAT FISH
ed things. Mills Company installs looms for No. S, 11:02 a. m. You MAY COME VET WAT

We arranged with Bob Wlllims ,manufacture<: of silk in local mills. No. 21, Cedar Key 6:00: p. m. DO YOU 7 YOU TOLD
No. 15 1:13 THINK i MAMA WASCO..I.
Limited p. m.
the storekeeper-to the little ..
l\lonticello-$6,500 voted for pur NorthboundNo. .. IVVANNA
trick that will stop that rotting, chase of Are engine. 2 reaches- Starke 5:03: a. m. WHAT IT DEAR'15 1 SEE ; 0 0
and I confident
am we are going to IT
/ make some good money from melons JacksonvilleSponsored- by the No 4, 4:23: p. m. E1 o0 ) rO
this year, for I know this remedyhas No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50 a. m. on 0
worked before. A SPLENDID FEELING: No. 18, Limited, 6:67: p. m. P .P ? iii

This rot that does most of the That tired balf-sick. discouraged foci- Wannee Branch- C) .. s .Irc9Q n O
lag ciiuKd by a torpid liver and constipated No. 101 leaves Stark 7:45 a, m. CrI
bowels can be gotten rid of with '
No Worms in a Healthy Child surprising promptness by using Herbioe. No 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. I A
4 .
All chlldnn troubled with Worm have mn un- You foci its beneficial effect with the fint T. J. GRIFFIN, oy ,
h.sabroolorr,which indicate poor blood.sad..anil. does as ita purifying and regulating effect Agent.
.. there* mon nrlM I Momach dletW bamc.. is thorough! and complete. It not only
.KUVE'S TASTELESS: : CHILL TONIC Blveo. rcilutarly drives out l>ilo and impurities but it impart 1 .
CorlwoarUtrM week. wt)> .niton the blood. .* a splendid feeling of Tt* QtdahIe That Dot ftot' Affect Ts tWrl
Imp..tbed'-tJoa..Dd|> *ct u.tfvnrnt Simuth- ptrength, run, and. buoyancy of .pina it ft* Male lad '
.ffect. LAXA
inlet Tonic,to the what ivx"ro. N.tur*will then \\'M-BROMO QUN1NC Tar heal: .s
' Price C Oc. Sold by ( ran b. l k.n
+ throw off ft dls. In wnrmnd tk Child w/llbe by savea.vahnut esastnl
( ID carftvt tmltlk nJU _...An pet Ixxtte ALL DRUGSTORES bend E. =ec Ina.rlayIad Ab



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FRIDAY. JUNE 20. 1924.

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SCHOOL BOARD MINUTESJune A glance at the map of the gulf 0. Window< blinds at all windowsin much trouble this year.LakeMontverde I I the Jacksonville Chamber of Com- mer thus Insuring the biggest\ possible
coast from Key West to Galveston good condition
2, 1924 Starke, Fla. merce Is recommending to our county returns.
Board met in regular session with I shows that there is an almost unbroken 7. The school must have at least are shipping commissioners that a poultry specialist -
beans and cucumbers in lots or spray the chlckcns'rooiting
members present L. W. KlckI chain of islands lying a few miles three framed pictures by well-known car ; a dairy specialist and an assistant -
jail vizj with a mixture of crude
loft"I shore which makes it artists. These pictures should not be f. o. t b. sales are \good cars of these the county agent be employed; that coops
necessary to Ito
I liter, A. A. Hazen and L. J. Wynn. oil and kerosene ((5 to 1) to kill mites ..
:Minutes of last meeting read and I I cross bays or lagoons intervening before smaller than 18 by 24 inches, clear of vegetales\ selling as high as $1,821 jnececsEiitry funds be appropriated end and stick-tight fleas.

read.Superintendent it is possible to reach the gulf. the frame and must be approved. on the track.PutmanFlorahome. ,made available in the next yearly budget -
[ approved as .
I In a very few cases the shore line of 8. School must b) provided\ with a for this purpose. SICKLY rEEVISlI: : CIULDREX:
Wiggins was authorIzed -
the mainland touches the Gulf. The' musical instrument preferably talking cabbage is -- Chit.lrolll1UI1'Crillft from intestinal worms
a OItI
to proceed with the moving of Kiwanis and Rotary clubs of Pensacola machine. netting the growers: $250 an acre. SOME: GROCERY >ER nro crisp. restless. and unhealthy. Thero

I New River school building apd have Irish potatoes at Bostwlck and are other symptoms, him'ever. It tho
awoke to the fact that 0. The school must have E. J. Cahill West Side New York I
I an addition built thereto. I eighteen \" a pure 80 cent chill \ ,>, IIIM dark, ruiK* under the
yielding hail
Johns miles below Pensacola such a strip of water supply; covered water cooler ore per Grocer, received a unique grocery order eyes, I brcatli nnd takes, no interest in

I Attorney advised that schoolhouses I mainland reached the Gulf, making a with spigot and and individual or paper No. 1'a. Farmers are spraying watermelons the other day, which ho thought hilly, it is almost a certainty' that worm,
advertised accordIng with bordeaux mixture and ll ate eating its vitality. The
nwny surest
I I, peninsular about ten miles long. drinking cups or sanitary 'bub' (would l nob- look bud in print. The or-
I to law when the board wanted to. nicotine sulphate to control diseasi I remedy for worms is White's Ovum VermiJ
[ sell one; so all bids on Cason school Knowing the tremendous appeal of bIer. I and aphids. der follows: Dear Mr. Culiill:-Please fugo. It in positive diwtnictmn to the

the Gulf surf public sentinTent causeda 10. The playground must be pro- send me a sack of flower 2 pounds of I worms but harmless to tho dulL! Price
building was rejected and it
was -
[ according to law. advertised budget of one-half million dollarsto vided with at least two pieces of folk-Nino ; our club boys will coffee.poumt of tea. My wife gave 85<1. Sold byAll Drug Stores

The following bills were audited be included in the road building! play equipment chosen from attend the short course for club boysat birth to a big baby boy Inst night also 1

and ordered paid from general fund: I campaign to build a concrete highway the list as given-, In tho State course the University May 23-31. :Manyof one "pound of corn starch one ran of NOTICE: <>r MASTER'S SALE l
this of study. lasses and a plug of Yankee Girl. It Nottao I. he...by Klven. that under and br
E. M. Johna, legal aervlce eta to point our growers are spraying with oil virtue of that nertnln anal d....... of foreataeitre -
H. B.: Winning 1 ealnry --- .:::::::::- 75:00 This highway gives Pensacola the 11. School must hold at least four I emulsion to control the white y. weighed ten pounds and a pound of tntttlo unit rentlerm June i. I9B4. b>v th.1lunonhle .
H. B. WI.....In.. ealary __________ 78.00 A. V, /. nir. Juiltce :'f the Cireatfe
If. B. Wiggins Incldontinli ________ 12.80 ,I distinction of being the only city'on community meeting: during the year. rice. Court of the Kl,>hth Ju.hol.l Clreult of Kior- )
II. E. Laicero-ren aurveyintf __._u__ 6.00 12. The must be Kaciunbia-Potato digging has begun Ida In and for Bradford oountr Florltln. Inehanavry
the room
Gulf between
______ Key West and Galveston properly I :
L. W. Klcklitter. board rvlc. 4.20 I The farmer who starts his fced- alttlntf. In favor of H. Q. KnotCenmplalnant ,
__________ seated ; yields are good; reports showing
A. A. Haaen board service 8.00 where automobiles can travel and lighted. and aaln. .t W C. Hunt. Emil
L. J. Wynn, board 6.40 from 140 to 150 bushels the for livestock crops early in the grow- ..
-- -- to acre. 11111Ch.rl.) Hunt, defemlanta the unrirralined
rRIt'i.t -
G.: W. Alderman:: : New ; 3.: D.: from the city all the way to the Gulf 13. The schoolroom must be pro- ing is cooperating with nature will alter for ale and will tell be.
____ __________ ;
B. H. Smith -loO.OO vided with to-date fore the flourthnua
surf a complete set dOlor at Btarke, Bradford
From Sub District Fund on a hard surfaced road. At the up. Hendry-Watermelons are movingtwo he lets them grow up with the sum- Oo>untv. Florida, during* the lewal houra of
B. F. Renfroe. balding election ..... 8.00 end of the highway concrete parking of maps. carloads, were landed< at Feldu this |ale on Monday, the
...._______.. I
B. F. Renfroe, repair 6.7S
14. The outside cf school Don't low of '
Bradford, county 'relegnphprlntlnr- spaces overlooking the Gulf have been buildings week. worry about prices: ,
\ to the hit heat and N t bidder therefar. for
Bradford County Teltnrraph., rintin&'.. 10.00 constructed to accommodate nearly a and toilets shall be well painted. The eggs in summmer. Get ready to produce ...h. the following dueorlbed' lantU lying anilhvlnir
Bradford Telegraph prnt1; lf 12.80 Inside walls and ceilings shall be tint. Okatoosn-Our farmers are ship I them for littlo COAt In the county of Uradfiinl. 8',,'. of
The county term was fixed at four thousand cars and already, time and as as pOS- Horll. a deeorlotlon of which li u follow
|months.No again thesee facilities have been in- :ed according to approved plan of interior ping much truck; prices are satisfactory ,sible when prices are high. tO'Wlt t tTh
South lisle of the Northeaet Qu. r... of
to the this week.
further business the board ad- adequate to care for the crowds of decoration. growers the Nnrthw Ouarter ef fli-otlnn Twenty-

journed to meet first Monday in July. local people and visitors who have I I| 15. The blackboard must bo of slate One of the poultrynian'n most serious nine (291: >, Townahlp Seven (7)) Mouth Range"
Duval The board! of .
agricultural problems is summer is to keep Twenty-two ((83)) Kaat, exevpt three aeree in
H. B. WIGGINS. been attracted to the Gulf Beach. or liquid slating.EXTRACTS the North.aet some Abe alb of the 8outh
I e lice and mites down. Keep coups .st qu.rlne of lM l4orthwnt Ouartsr lying
Secretary.L. Since this road has been under construction FROM COUNTY I aired out cleaned! up and! well disin- I north of the 0. Ie., ,,. Ry, :, |In Si-cllon Twen-:
W. KICKLITER. the possibilities have caus- ty-nlne ((69)). Towtuhlp. Seven ((71 South RunaeTwentytwo
AGENTS' REPORTS fected. (((2V EUut eonlnlnlnc In all for-
Chairman. ed several millions of dollars in development tynilx and one.\half Korea, more or I...

MAKING FORD RADIATORS work to be started on the Okeechobee smalMacreage Take Bpvrtal A.Maater S. CHEWS In Chaneery.JOB .

shore of the Gulf a $2,000,000 hotel of avocados will be planted here this HILL WILI.IAM8:
Snlloltor for Complainant. t-v-lt-1-4
It takes more than 254 miles! of being among others. The developmentof i summer. Our newly organized citrus VIRILE STRENGTHIN '

copper tubing a day to supply just these facilities will make Pen sa. I growers association is planning to ISOTICR' OF ELECTION(
lly (the power crated In them br tha law
one requirement in the radiator' de- cola one of the most famous and attractive build a new packing-house here. EVERY BOTTLE of Florida' the n...... of I'lihlla, Inntruotlon of
all-year resorts in America. Bradford eoiinty. rlorlda. call .n elpotlon l to
ipartment of the Motor Company'sfplant Jefferson-The need of controlling IM held, at Caaon ichoolhou., Satunlay. July
at Highland Park Detroit, under Nil nod to have Mtlarlft, Chill R, fur the' puriHwe of termlnnir! whether
II10H STANDARDS FOR pecan scab and case bearers by a alotabs (I.t I. snd r, ColiIn or 1.* C1rlpi>' or nut, Hntlona Sin, Sill. ,T, 64, il5. M, Twp.H .
the present high production TUB RURAL SCHOOLS regular sprayinBchedule Is Nor to f.*>| all run down and unable ; H 22\ K. aluo 8>...tlona I, It, 13, Twp. .9 SK
rule.; In other words the tub- more to inlay your food. 111 R shell, be ...letl IMo .a epmlnl tat
i copper thoroughly understood, and more rR.Of.a.a se.i wharf) dletrlat. to drat three triuteiHi and' t4>
Ing used annually for Ford radiators Washington.-The "little red school di'U'rmlna the mill.... to be .......,1 for the
groves are being systematically 101 TONIC neit two .
f would go round the world three timesor house" picturesque and poetic thoughit sprayed this season i J. Al.l.irmon yeare.II D. T. Fortner. Coy, Alderman ... *
bent into circle with the earthin m.n...,.
if a be, is no longer good enough for
The Greatly IMPROVED Tonicwill U W. KICKLITEH.H. .
the center it would stand 8,000 primary education. School standardsare St. Lucie-Two good meetings of n WtoniNS Chairman.
for the liver amaalnaly. There .
; milqs away from the earth's surface. steadily rising. Missouri has established tomato growers were held at Vero; la no ihoo tunic like it.: Ureal Swretarr. 64 M-7.4

The radiator department is called a set of requirements for formulated definite plans and worked Bewara of imitation Demand host bleee He etTlcafly. NOTICE OP IIALB

1 to radiators a out definite methods of to the At Your Oruiilefe The Boaril of Ptiblla Inetruotion af Bradford
upon, produce 0,000 classification of rural schools, which procedure genuine lea and 35c pack Pointy, Flnrlila, will recelvn bltla lip to
' '. day and materials necessary to at- show the trend of the times In raising I be :followed next season to control .... bearing above trade mark.' PRICE 23o h.N'n July 7, 10(4. for the ale of Ca
tain this run into surprising nail-head rust which has given The board reeerves the right; to r tJwt .
output educational opportunity to higher us any or all bid, *.
figures. In addition to the copper levels. "" L. W. KICKLtTRR.!: r
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-- -- t Chairman.Srsntary'
H. l It WIGdlNS
tubing, of which 95 pieces 18inch- Beginning the 1st of September. 6.d.OL.1-4

f es long go into every radiator other 1924, they will be grouped in first and t

\ materials used in a single day's production sectond' classes. A school on the first- J. L. FRAZEE

, t of radiators comprises 38 class list must meet 15 requirements.To ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOB
I :
I bA D I 40 KIN r4s I
[ tons of sheet steel, 6 tons of terne be on the second-class list the AT LAWPOSTOFFICE

[ plate, 67 tons of brass, 9 tons of school must meet the first five re-

( solder, 18,000 malleable castings qurements, and any additional five.. When yon buy a phone plug ba of soldering Iron Is brought near ; BUILDING ,
[ more than 4 miles of brass tubing The requirements are: sure tint the Insulating piece which STARKE. FLA. !

., I for drains and 1, 068 gallons of acid. 1. The teacher must have at least InmjUtfls in good c6ndltion.Uve tip from If the It Is ale racked*** U Be such !

In the making of a single radiator 10 hours of professional training or broken yon will got a short circuit erty. A voltmeter should be plated dandy sot with ft four by four.Inch NOTICE _OF ELECTIONS: r 1

j 140 operations are necessary and above four years of high school work and your set Is useless. In shunt or ncrcxw the buttery leads panel and flvo-lnou l>aH /lH>ar
I every step of the manufacturing process and have a first-grade certificate or while ajj ammeter should bt placed a Vfim: tutu, lino an ordinary Florida the Iliianl of I'llblla Instruction of
Any storage battery that has Drailffinl. Fla.. herehy' calla election. tobe
unusal a In Mulw or on oue cl lu of the battery h aunty
i requires spider w" coil to alIVe and
its equivalent ((30 hours of college solution which after charge wli slats held In Hampton. Marke. It rookeI''. rift
i inspection is maintained all only. h. nay tube socket with a triple V-0 and Graham on June 24, 1134. for the purpnee
Rigid work will\ be eqivalent). For a second- not give a hydrometer reading if! smell conilcnwr i.f eleetlonit, three trueteee In each and ue-

through the process. Every part is lass school bound in cloth, suitableat more than .1200 should be tikes: Did! yon know that a little vases ___ termlnliiir< the amount of mUl... to 1)4 aa-
closely scrutinized befere assembly to a storage battery service sta1111e piaood on the terminals of scowl In ....01'1.'oo .
least four years high work your When. tightening the coimvrtlon the niirpone of holillnic aalil election. In.
I and assembled radiators are tested a second-grade certificate and 10 tlon and a sew. solution obtained. storage battery till prevent eol'1'oJJOI OIL a trnunformor, oftor the Hampton the fiilliiwlnu. manauini are ap.
, under water at an air pressure of 15 --- Won? 'hrlt. wire' harp' bean fonteneil to It, ""lnteill" a A. A. Durilen. A. A, I'utoh J. If.
hoursof professional training. Never solder the! wlttr on a Ibmna U C. Thumai. elerk.
pounds per square inch. Before the have stand- moulded soaker v-Iea" 'Jsi l- '\: of never forcu kola il,,lit m by "rllil K..r the .;11....... of holilln said ol..thln' In
2. The school must a yon r.ro | .
any JH sro 1'l1ll11hl/l'|| t tinv. iX'liiiril\ t'v 0.II. t'.< ,'.10" tt l.l'/I; "lIn. Btarlie Its fullnwlnix malintfvra. hove .hewn an.imlntmli .
finished radiator is sent out from the ard heating system. tive It is made of Vnkb'ire Elite set ru take will. He put II r, ii! > i.|It, i M M.-OJ hilt screw E.I, Mntthnw D K.: Knight U. W.Alilnrrnan. .

department it Is given a final inspection 3. The library must contain at 40 will} melt a* uo '& aa the hut. ua In the l u.muy. 1'ou can luuku nut eu.ll> bo Jdi.iedlud T. llruwn clerk
Fn, tho ""...0.0 of holillniff aid election m7l
for quality and appearance. least 200 volumes, for a first-class \ the follnxlliu menace hive been apIHilntvil -
: Jss I.lwhflel.l. K. 8. fowler, 8. Ut'rmecilt. J
STATE BOARD OF HE .\l&it: ; KE- school and 150 volumes for a second- (J. Smith .Ierk l ,

OI* NS ITS OKTIIOI'AFDIC! class school( bound in cloth, sutiublp ---------- --. __ .. u___ _ For.the. the iturpnee fnllov*Inir of menace holding said have election been etnolntmll IsRrouk. >.
V SERVICK ,I for carrying out the state course Af T (' llnwil. It. A. Weoki. J, K.lemnne. .

study including 50 or 'more agricul- 'e swr..nra__ -'_ ..,,-r_ ___" .....w rI (: For tho. T inlrniiee J. Jom of ,holillnir clerk: old eleallon In '

Colonel Raymond O Tuick, 'State 'tural bulletins. and a standard set of Graham the following .mnnairere have been ....
thox I I I pointed : C.. .'0... ,r. Iti'ynulila' O. Kuberta.f .
Health.Officer announoen reopen- reference books approved by the Department .. A. rirahnm, dork.II ,
ing of the State Hoard of Ite.ilth Orthopaedic of Education. The Touring Car It. WKIOIN8. I.. W KICKT.tTlilt. i

Service which has I boonclosed I I I. The teacher must be a faithful 295p 8.1 .5"'I.ao 11I1""n..nt.. Cbatrmarii J

for nearly two years bi-causu 'and regular attendant at teachers' NOTICE or AI>VHNI" THATOI

of lack of funds for its roper 01' era- meetings/ do the required professional o nI..T..II (For rind l Oliehnrnet

| tion. This service iwopt. for treatk I work be a member of the State O-mo int Ule Rime In r. Earl.!". ofEl. I I
ment any indigent oripplod clad) InI Teachers Association, and the School end 4.r.ri tat aslra Notice In hereby "I....., In all whom It mar.
..."... hut tho Zlal dny of A. I).
who has not passed his or :, n .n. on July
the State
the school
Board, must attend Board 11124. I ehall apply tn the Honorable R. A.
her sixteenth birthday. The t'tnte I convention each year. flreen. Judas of Raid Court .* Judue of
rrt.FY t'rnhaiw, for my final dlapharite w admlnletra-
I Board of Health has been most fortunate i. The school must provide some r rr tor of the .at.,. of fly: Illoke. ._.... and
in securing the service; rf Dr. form of sanitary toilets. 1 that at the eame time h. will .......t hl.
Real' aeeounte an admlnletraUiy of laiduatnte
F. L. Fort: formerly surgeon in the -- ---- and ask for their Approval.. '
Children's Hospital: I baled May U. A. D. 1021.
Shriner's Crippled "
Jt: It. R. HICKS
!I' in Shrivesport as surgeon in charge I 1i..Z' (( : 8-2J.91-7.1S AJinlnl.tralor.

.f of the State Board of Health Ortho Weak OHUKH: fOil "I'IIIICATION

't paedic Service.- I In Tlrrult Court, Ktata of Florl.lit EluhthJiiilltlnl
. Application blanks and information g eery, Umlfonl 1 County. {In than

may be obtained by writing to the H Nervous If.
1 State Board' of Health Jacksonville qO lIIillllicmls Complainant....' I
weak and
nervousand Helps
p was enjoy Andrew J. I'hltlfpJ. et al.l .
in the handle run-down, writes Mrs. >efendanle, .
.' Secured by a clasp Edith Sellers of 466 N. 2ht = Tn Andrew 3. Philips| A. J. Fhlltpe. ". A,
k'a newly designed! satchel cannot be H St., East St. Louis, Ill "Icouldn't Lane and wife Laura. O.. l.ane. Uatld< D,
If; their vacations lima. llnelnr, A. flrraat admlntetratrla af
picked up unless locked.. S sleep nights I was so :; the ....,. of D vlJ n. lease. .'.......d. fi. W
restless. I felt tired and not 11II A. MeI.... and wife .... M, M.R.... Ri>l>er1
;. PEXSACO.LA TO CELEBRATE In condition tq do my work. .. Archrr. J. M. Fraser If llvlnv. and If deal

-I N. I would have such palM in .. Ford cars will carry millions on healthful pleasant vacation. the helm otherwise, ..1..1.. _. irranUea, or other alaim
the ants or and to all unknown parties
Pensacola, Florida, to celebrate my stomach that I was afraid this summer-vacations that are inexpensive because of the rlaimlnu' any Intereet< whataoevev In the lanile

biggest concrete road building campaign =N=. My I would mother get came down to in sea bed. roe. II low cost of maintenance of this reliable car. whom herein are lraerlhetl.unknown. def.ndaqa. .the rldenee of

ever undertaken by a Southern / : JKEBTINQH:
that 1
and suggested use
the 14th of June is goingto Everyone wants a car for the outdoor month. That meant, of You and each of you are hereby required to
county on be and to appear before the Jtidire. of the
hold x big banquet on the shores of course, an unusually heavy demand for Fords. To avoid delays Clreult Court In and fur "HraiJfiml. County; ,
and disappointment lint order now. Florida on the 7th the Gulf of Mexico at the end of the ; your at the Court 110...., In add County. In Starke,
Pensacola Gulf Beach Highway one cARU1ITha I' ; i Florida. to anawer a Qlll of Complaint evhILIteil .
aaalnet yon In aid Court, by H. O.Alderman. .
of the units of the concrete road pro .;re # pany .
The Bradford County TeUvraph. a weekly I
gram just completed which runs Devoe.I4ickisaR..ab.wJ161 newiipaper. publlhed. In Htarke. Bradford

from Pensacola to the very edge of I Woman's Tonic Ca..It25 T....... ......"90 ,......Sot"....., County newnpaper Florida In whleh la .hereby.thin notice dmliinatetl shall ae the be

the Gulf, and invitations to this ban. AH aricel /. 9.U b.Lisa pubtlehed for "eight, ..._uU_. weeka.The .
I felt better after my first p land deeertbed. In the Hill of ComplaintIn
twenty-five THE NKARZST
have been sent to AUTHORIZED
quet N bottle. I had a better appe this eauee, the. title to which la aoucht" to
thousand prominent people over the tite. It seemed to strengthenand WORD DCAUCM be quieted ...In.t the above defendante are
particularly dveertbed follow'' ....wlt.
aa :
United States by the Mayor, City .. build me up. I am so i1 All of that portion af lot 11, lying north ofa
Commissioners and civic organiza = glad to recommend Cardui line oVeerlbeil ai followa: Conainenelnv. at a
for what it did for. me. Ihaven't pout on the north boumUry of lot 11. 100 ft,
tions of the city. At this banquet one ri needed medicine .. west of the northeaet sonar of laid lot, runnlnv -
any .
on a ........ south Stt deareea. weal acroee
of the courses will be fish chowder since I took Cardui and I am .aid lot to welt boundary of tame ((10 .._.
made of the famous red snapper -u feeling fine." more or ....) : and the south kalf of lot S
Nervousness restlessness laG ..rl. and U aeree In the eotathwcat .0.....
caught from the Gulf of Mexico. If of lot 6: and" .lot 12 ((31 acres, ._t S acres In
w sleeplessness )h e s e symptoms the. enutheaat corner: All la Secrtion >'. Tp. ..
so often are the result III 8. It. 9g. K., containing altogether 18 .e_.
HOWS THIS? of a weak run-down condition .. more or l-, aa the lame appear In that
eertala deed recorded In Deed Book NoI..
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will M and may develop more IIIJI on pa.. 2a4.; of the 1'ublle Reeorle of llrad
do what .. claim for It.-rlU your ayatera seriously If not treated in == ford County Florida.
of Catarrh or X-t"... cauaeil brCIAJUl8 tim .. wit.... my hand and sal lor orr.... thle, the
86 It you are nervous and IIQ THE UNIVERSAL CAR SOtb day of April A. DwU tDPIUI''N.
run-down suffering
.lit* of an Ointment which. UUlckJy or (Seal) Clerk Clieult Court.
Rellevea the catarrhal Inflammation and .n. some womanly weakness, Np Vow g.n birr."y modal tfj fifceHftl m fmmU do .fairimnt am4 OTTmrtglttj eoeyff Fur Dradfurd County. Florida.A. .
"' .. Internal Medicine, a Tonic which, take Cardut. .r* e far fM ...._.. Or fm raw bug OM IM. .'_4 Wacltlr PureAtfa ,.,..., 2. ADKINS.
act tnrovKh the Blood on the Mucous Sold everywhere. ti Titer deals in roar n.4."ikorhoo<* trill flail tmflotn I *.<*plant in derail Solicitor for Complainant S-2-10t.7-4
Burfacee. thus assisting to restore normal -
E-105 ;;
condition.SoW To Cur a CoM' 1 lit Ono (Jay
br drugglatS for over 40 TearLT. li..ze..eJIIIH..atSl
J. Cheney Co., Toledo O. fake LAXATIVE: ; BROMO OI1I.N1VC; (Tablet. )
elope the tough end le.da'h.' and oorie off nit!
<:ou. i. W. CKOVt." signature .a eaca bux. Joe

lift, e
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,ORIGINAL SIGNERS FOR TUCKS-1 USE ELECTRICITY morning. vile motored through our section Starke attended to business here

: Bradford County Telegraph I J. J. Collins, of Lake Geneva, was Sunday.N. Saturday.C. .
___ I I The municipal plant isxjiow givinga a business visitor here last Saturday. G. Hayes andPerry Shaw were E. Baxter is here visiting relatives. -
-- - F. F. Stump, N. Sternberg, Hoover i iI twenty-four hour electric service to Mary Pearce who has been the I visitors to Santa Fe one evenpst: He came from North Carolina.
i. weekly and entered as :! (consumers and patrons are urged to Mrs. of .
Published I Brol., Bank of Starke, Variety Market guest of her aunt, Thomas, week! JTfss Thelma Thomas of Cooler

txond class matter, at the poet :[ J. F. Klckliter, J. M. Alvarez, F. ,.make possible.use The of housewife the current will whenever find it Viildosta, Ga., returned to her home The construction of the new road Pond\Attendef, B. Y. P. U. here Sunday -

: ; office at Starke Florida. .A. Crowder, Mrs. S. E. Hamrlck, J. here last Sunday. is progressing very nicely. The right- night.
__ =-_"t -t t-=- I IE. both economical and bandy to use in Mrs. 0 Haynes visited her brother, '
--r---rt- -
k P: .r=. 8.--=MATTHEW= _._.____.____.__"_.__Owner.Kdiur. ,White D. C. ,Jones& Son, ,S.Bradford L.: Alvarez County, W'I connection for with cooking the; many the electric table iron appliances -1 Mr. Steve .Cason, of New River last of-way farm of being C. M.cleared Andrew opposite, the stumps'the Royce Ruse,Gainey Carroll, Livingston and Casey and Atkins Wilson -

I. C. aOBIO80N.na; Cove Furniture Co. Barber Sunday. being pulled further ahead.
: City
motored to New River Friday night.W. .
takes the drudgery out of ironing,
: FRIDAY A. M. Darby, F. C. Hollingsworth, F.I and the small electric fan?! for the Mrs. D. L. Bugg and son wltth, D. L., Mr.Jr., Cephas Harrell and sister, Miss M. Moody and son, Percy passed I
this week
PUBLISHED EVERY G. Hemingway, S. R. Johns. Besides are spending Lucile motored to Worthington Sun- 'here Sunday enroute.home to i

; -".____________________________-_ the above several other places of home noticed.In make. the hottest day pass un- Bugg's parents, Mr and Mrs. Will day. through LaCross from Heilbronn. :

T' SUBSCRIPTION RATE 'business have been closing, and a I the business field the opportunities Bugg. A. E. Ralbarm made a trip to Mr. and Mrs Proctor attended "

r Per Year _______ _. ...u______ $1.50 complete list will be published in our / for use of electric power is limitless Robert, werebusiness Cason and visitors family,here of Melrose last- Worthington one day last week. church here Sunday. Itev Proctor) !

Six Months __ __ ._ _________ 75c [I next issue. and these institutions are the Friday.Geo. Mr. Stripling of Perry who is employed /filling his appointment.There .
I CONSIDER TilE CLERKS ones counted on to make the service Desha and family, of Waldo, on the good road motored to will be services at the Free-
--- ----- a success. Many of the merchants are attended the S. S. Convention here Worthington. Friday.C. will Baptist church Sunday.E. .

I After years of Thursday half-holi equipping their places of business last Saturday. M. Andrew and Perry Shaw M., G. W. and Alph Hazen i

days in Starke to give the clerks one with electric fans and labor-saving Miss Buryel Mullady, of Jacksonville made a business trip to Worthington motored to Starke Tuesday.

afternoon of each week during the appliances, and are pleased with the Is the guest of Mrs. W. O. Du- Thursday. I1IGIILMIDHighland

Hummer to spend as they choose, the I i results. 'val this week. Mr. Davis of Gainesville was in I

c-UHtom IB threatened to be wiped out I Let electricity be your servant; it Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Hunt had as our community Wednesday. June 20-Miss Winifred

through the refusal of two or three will lighten your load in many ways ,their guests last Wednesday Mr. .and Malcoum Harrell was on the sick Wimberly, W. M. Wimberly and C. R. I

stored to follow the established custom ,and serve you cheaply and well.AMUSEMENT Mrs. S. M. Simmons.The list last week. Dinkins were visitors to Starke

and close their doors 10the -0- comic play entitled "Light While out cow hunting Sunday Thursday. I

afternoon.' AND RELIGIONIn House Nan," was rendered under the afternoon Lloyd Barry started to I Messrs J. L. Briggs and Chas, ,
I The Telegraph frankly admits thatit swing the whip above his head when Jacksonville I
No. 49J4M voting to make the matter en- auspices of the Baptist W. M. U. at Thornton of were transacting
( .LuO.rshlp in National Highway is ashamed to advertise to other '''gaglng in "popular amusements" one the City Hall. This is a play in three the cracker came off and the end of I, business here Wednesday. I

Association) sections of the state that Starke hasa [of individual decision and I acts All the parts were well rendered. it striking him in the eye splitting I i B. B. Williams of Jacksonville is
_- few merchants who by this stand existing "ban" the General Con- ,Mrs. E. C. Williams, who was the star the ball\ about half way just missingthe spending a week here the guest of f fI

Wanted Set of Willys-Knight put the dollar ahead of their duty totheir ; ference of the Methodist Church was 'player is given special credit as she sight. We all wish him a speedy I.Mrs. Ida B. Williams. and family. t

jfland* for a Ford ear; also water- employee. For a small wage, undoubtedly prompted by the wisdomof I'carried her part through the three recovery. I I Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, Misses Ethel ,

proof suit. See Sheriff Epperson. I they work Ihrrough long hours, six I experience. It must be admitted acts with out the least hesitation.The I C. M. Andrew and Perry Shaw 1 I Ricks and Winifred Wimberly and W. !.
days every week, giving the best they were business visitors to Starke Mon
that for several play was well attended and a M. Wimberly motored to. Baldwin
-0--- a great
years many I
have to their employer-and are rewarded ''
nice of $35 realized which ,Sunday. ,
sum was '
Some people a tf BO ingenuous farming communicants of that faith have assumed day.A.
excuses that they don't try to by being refused the half this right, perhaps regretting will be used for church purposes. E. Raborn was m Worthington Miss Mildred Bennett and. Miss '

avoid making mistakes. holiday that justly belongs to them. I meanwhile that the claimed freedomof The W. M,> U. wishes to thank each Monday he was accompanied by J. P. I j Ruby Gunter of Lawtey visited !
There is no real reason for this. Harrell.\ '
-0-- conscience has often failed to bring and every one who patronized their friends here Sunday.
Ford car No. 10,000,000 was completed The greater part of our citizenshiphas : anticipated pleasure. Thus remorse, play or helped In any way to make it Perry 'Shaw was a week-end visitor Regular monthly services were held :

)4' at the Detroit factory on June been spending the afternoon at not the result of engaging diversions a grand success. to Gainesville. I at the new Baptist church Saturdayand I

4. The last million cars were manu- the different resorts, motoring, goingto which are themselves harmless, but Mr. S. Clarke Perry, of Chatta- Emmett Raborn is spending sometime Sunday, Rev. J. F. Conway of

: factured in 132 working daya. the country and enjoying tbe'many of conscious obduracy and a premeditated nooga, Tenn., is renewing acquaintances with relatives in Gainesville. Green Cove Springs, pastor. :

1 0The other pleasures planned for this one defiance of recognized authority, here this week. Mr. Perry BROOKER Miss Beth Wimberly returned Mon '

Treasury now holds 11,418.000- afternoon of each week. However, the has followed where there might other- taught a music class here several day from a three week's visit with

000 of gold and bullion. This is estimated refusal of the few to close, makes it wise have been happiness. years ago, and has many friends here Brooker, June 20-L. D. Hazen has relatives at Madison.C. .

.. by experts to be about 48 per obligatory on the balance of the business Within the last half century the who are delighted at his return. gone to Gainesville to attend summer M. Click and Belton Wall of

\ cent of all the gold in the world. houses to remain open and keep thought of the people as a whole regarding Rev. A. S. Jones administered school. Jacksonville were business visitors
-0- employes on duty, even thoughthe amusements has undergone baptism at the lake last Sunday at Miss MildredTompkins Of Gainesville here Friday.Mr. .

Americans are consuming more The town is practically deserted. mighty changes. Many can rememberthe 4:00: p.m. and filled his regular appointment -I is visiting Ella Mae Hazen for'a and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly madea

milk than ever before, a federal survey custom of closing one afternooneach time when the use of a piano or at. the Baptist church at | while trip to Jacksonville Monday.C. .

showing'household consumption week is nation-wide. It Is a custom organ In the home on Sunday, except I 8:30: p.m. I Floyd Wiggins of New River spent R. Dinkins and W. M. Wimberly

to be 212 quarts per person last year is from a custom which that no Inconveniences business suffers.It for the playing of accompaniments to Dr. Biggs, of Starke was aprofes- [.Sunday here guest of friends. motored to Lawtey Tuesday. I

compared with 200 quarts in 1922. no sacred hymns, was strictly forbidden sional visitor here last Sunday. I I I :Miss Ruby .Prescott of Melrose Is -
one. It is a custom that is known :
-0- I by religious parents. Cards and similar Misses Mary and Ada Nimmo have visiting relatives here. I board of county eomraiMionere of Brad I
throughout the countryside, and their this week their neice I I I ford County Florida will meet at the eourthmue -
as guest Mr. and Mrs. E. M. flaxen
4 Our Orange avenue girl says that thought no more of than the closing games were taboo at all times, Cantey In th. el.rk' office. Monday., July T.
come of the men in Eustls are recommending of and dancing was frowned upon as a Miss Floriebelle Birt of Louise. j I I I Oliver, Alph and Aubrey Hazen 1924. aa a board of equal hoe.. for the purpoee. I
the stores for the Sabbath. The ex of Marina complaint* reeelvlna taeti.mony
that; permanent waves be manifestation of evil In its most virulent Miss Mary E. Thigpen has purchaa-I motored to Hampton beach Sunday. am to the vain: otnnl' property, realor I
put in the tongues as well as the hair. ',cuse'that they must remain open to I form, a greased toboggan/ to ed a new Ford coupe this I' Sunday school at the Baptist church personal or mixed aa fixed bjr the county '
tax for the 1924
the aaieaeor
'supply "countrytrade" is no excuse I' year aaatnai the I
EuBtia Lake Hades. There remain among the membership every Sunday at 10:00 a.m. B. Y. P. owner or agents of such
RegIon0 at all. If the law allowed such, Dicks-Adams "sr6WNLEE. 4
J. M.
of the Methodist U. 7:30( in the evening. Be
Epscopal presentat
I the same stores would probably remain Wedding bells have been ringing Chairman of Board.
Tho Manitoba wheat pool has 715- Church, no doubt many who will regard both services. AtUat:
here June the 12th Dicks W.
open Sundays on the same pre again. Mr. O ALDERMAN. r
000 care signed up, and it is proposed! the action of the Conference as I and Mrs. Mary Adams were united in : Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mills of Clerk and Auditor.203UT4

;, to combine with the Saskatchewan text.Thb Ill-advised\ if not actually revolution Jacksonville\ are visiting the former's
I clerks have little time for holy matrimony at the countyJudge's NOTICE FOR PLJRLICA'TIONTh'psrtnent
t and Alberta pools, which will make ary. But after all In its strictest sisters Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Mills. of The Interior. U. S. Land
amusement and recreation. The hours office at Starke. Mr Dicks I
at Galneevtlle.\ Florida June 14. Ittl.
more than 1,000,000 acres, with one they put in prevents them from join- sense, the matter of indulgence,I Is from Fort White. Mrs Adams has II. E. Thomas attended to businessIn NOTICE .U hereby ,.Inn that Davlil B Tanner
central marketing whether liquor drinking, cigarette Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. of Highland., Florida. who, on November >
agency. I In made her home here about 12 i 1930,
Ing many activities they would like years. [20. mad l Uomeatead Entry. No. OISUIO.
-0--- I smoking, dancing, card playing' or I The Sunday Convention and Mrs. Truman Thomas of for North half of Northeiut viuartar. .....tlOIIIII.
to. have School
They time nor desire I .
TownHhlp five
Range twentythreEn
Full many n man Immagincs he is joy-riding on the Sabath Day, must I Graham visited here Monday enrouteto .
to enjoy an evening's pleasure after a I of the Santa Fe Association, conven- Tnllahawee Meridian h. filed notice
against bobbed hair until his daughter -I finally be settled by the individual.In Alachua. of Intention: to make three.yeai proof. to
hot and ed at the First church of II
long, day part of the night Baptist mtabliah claim to the land abova deecribed.
wears it back from school and he iti the store. Perhaps if they were allowed all ages man-made ukase or decree Hampton last Friday and Saturday.The M. P. Matheny was attending to "before Clerk Circuit Court. at Green Cove.
finds that the boss of the house has has utterly failed to control the Individual I business in Gainesville one day last Springs. florida. on the 81.t day of July
a little time of their own durIng attendance was excellent and 1U24.
not only known it all along but is -even In committing murder. week. Claimant namea. aa wltnemeal
the week the Sabuth would not be many good sermons were preached, I.ONN1E CARTER of Hlnhlard. Florida.
4 strong for it.-Tampa Daily Times. used to the extent it is for excursions -0-- B. Y. P. U. work was demonstrated, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby visited W. M AUSTIN. of Highland. Florida.
i,, -0- Under an act recently signed by relatives at Five Mile Sunday.Mr. NOAH STARLING of Lawtay Florida.
and pleasure jaunts human helpful suggestions of kinds
; they are many RICHARD L WRIGHT of I.awley Florida
Carl Gunderion, director of the beings and deserve consideration. President Coolidge, every native In- were offered. Wiley Kelley of New River GEORGE C. CROM. .

South Dakota Wheat Growers' Association -I'Twenty of Starke's business houses dian in the country becomes a citizenof and mother, Mrs. S. J. Kelley of 6-20-51-7.18 Jleal.....

1 and Republican nominee for the United States. The granting of FIVE MILE
recognize this, and agreed to close -
Governor, has announced he would I citizenship will\ not remove the restriction -
I their places of business during the Five Mile, June 20-Among those
help lead a movement to organize 12 on Indian lands under Government
middle western state into a new and summer. guardianship, the Supreme who attended the Dukes-Dekle marriage "
more formidable "farm bloc." Merchants, make Thursday half- I Court having held that wardship is June 12, were Mesdames P. P. Gifts( for the June Bride I

i holiday unanimous by closing your not Inconsistent with citizenship. Dekle and R. E. Parrish, Mr. and Mrs.
0 doors and letting your clerks have the Ardell Drawdy :Misses and Do off
Josephine until
Florida knows just how to sympa- -0- not put the last moment the. selectionof
afternoon otTo
Forget the few cents
Minnie Blume, Gertrude and Estelle
thlzq with South Carolina, as well as A fifteen-year-old Detroit schoolgirl gifts for the bride.
that will not fall in your till for one Tarrinh! Messrs. Oren Dekle Drew
estimate of the value ofa ,
how much her deliverance is a thing gave an
afternoon each week
will have
-you civic club, as follows: "The sweat Drawdy, Robbie and Romle Parrish. Our showing of suitable
: to'be desired Cole Blense is runningfor lit back with interest before the week personal remembrances is
ees t value of a civic club in a community Miss Norma Dekle returned Friday
senator. When It comes) to things
,Id over, and with it the satisfaction complete--and all brand new merchandise.
that sound bad Blease la a big pen of knowing you have partly rewarded : is to perfect harmony in the general from Jacksonville.

full of wild Cutts.-Tampa Dally Sun. those working faithfully for your In- welfare of the people of the com- Mrs. Vjola Thomas and daughter Nothing could be more acceptable as a gift for the ,
It also caujee, the to
-0- mugity. people visited relatives here last week. -
terests. Gut out yourselffor a few of than
work together for the of the girl jewelry. We have a complete assortment of
/ good and Mrs. M. P. Dekle visitedthe
The revenue act of 1921, signed by jthese afternoons-and you could not
President Coolidge on Juno 2, repeals bo chained in when the next Thursday nation the state, the county, the latters parents Mr. arid Mrs. W. Wrist Watches, Pearls, Bracelets, Vanity Cases, Pendants '
home, the school and the family. It D. Dukes I
: the stamp tax: upon promissory noteson ,(rolls around. The Telegraph makes Sunday. etc.
also promotes the citizens of the community ) Mrs. D. I. Blume called on Mrs. P. -
and after thirty days after the enactment ,this plea for the clerks of our town.

,. of the law. Promissory notes They deserve It. morally, spiritually, socially, P. Dekle' Sunday.Mr. I SilverforJune Brides \
: physically and in ways of education." and Mrs. -T. A. Pinkston were
executed and dated on and after July I We do not believe these few remain
The Detroit lady must have
2, will not require the affixing of open in order to "fish for the \>therfellow's' young visitors here Monday. Nothing will the bride
i please
been reading one of Rev. Dr. McCas- William Ellis of LaCross was hereon more than a chest of '
revenue stamps. trade. This half holiday is
,{1a matter in which the entire town isi 'lin'a most excellent addresses, recently [ business Saturday. silver--chest containing six knives, six forks!.: and six /
delivered in Jacksonville. Either Evan Hodges visited friends here
Over in Mexico two persons are interested and the housewives can, Lehmann's inspirational i spoons--plain or carved. I
that, or one of Karl Sunday.
dead and five wounded, two children .and will, exert a powerful influence to-
and a woman among them, at the result ward maintaining this custom by con- deliverances. Times-Un. I James Hill of Alachua was here U. D. MINER
ion. I ort businelsIonday.: .
of a pre-election fight. And to !fining their trade to those stores closing ,[ ,
think we had the Mea we hud a warm | and granting their help the balance --0-- I Kirke Dkle spent Friday night in STARKE, FLORIDA j

campaign in Florida. By comparison I of the day. HAM PTO:\ I I Lake Butler, guest of A. E. Proctor. .
Claude Renfroe Dekle -
ours was like a class gathered for the I I -0- Hampton, June; 20:A. A. Durden Marcus and

recitation of the Sunday school lesson. I The British Labor Government [and family, motored to Tampa last 'Louis Johns1 were transacting. business .. .

-Tampa Daily Times. poses to build during the next pro-I!Monday, where they will attend the I' in Lake Butler, Friday. .
I Mrs. B. L. Duke has
0Up years 2,600,000 workers' houses ,wedding of Mr. Durden's niece. Miss
from her recent_ ___ Illnna_____.
cost of about $3,000 each. The
to now woo have taken much 'I proponents Clara May Durden which took place ; n .n. INSURANCE
I Nelson Dowling of is
Pompano visi-
claim the cost
stock in what E. S. Matthews said as represents only the 18th.
',, editor or railroad commissioner, but 10 per cent of the "drink bill." Mrs. Benjamin Crlchlo, and childrenof 'ting relatives here. See before
/Better homes is considered the first [ Mrs. D. I. Blume was shopping in us building your new house .
we can't follow him when he rays this Jacksonville are the guests of Mrs. ,
) in. his Bradford County Telegraph necessary step to Improve labor con- Crichlo's father W. E. Hutchenson. Dukes, Friday. or remodeling the old one and we shall
Mr. Johns of Plant
: concerning the bonus: "tlonal or!di tionll. T. G. Futch and family, of Lees- relatives and friends here City it this visiting week. tell! you how to secure the lowest insurance
locoo. t ETAO SIIRDLW." We don'tbelieve -0- burg we're the guests of Mrs. Futch'sparents

'::, it Is as bad as that, or is that I I Some low-down Democrat .tol. A I Mr. and Ira. W. S. Futch. Mrs. Eva Renfroe was the guest of rates.

good Linotypes are as five-gallon keg of apple vinegar from Mrs. W. L. Bugg has recently re- Mrs. D. I. Blume Tuesday. Agency Established 1886

A. A. King very lately. Mr. King from Jacksonville where she Dewey Duke of Union City spent
: as people at times.- obstrep8rou.j Burned
"v. -0- says he know a Democrat did this Job) I has been the guest, of her son, D. L Sunday here with h>s parentI.BRADFORD J. R. DAVIS & CO.

,- because there was another keg of '
Bugg. She report a very pleasant
'- It Is doubtful if any discovery has,
vinegar by the on* that was stolen, time.T. I
been made by the various excavating
parties that equals In importance the /and a Republican would have taken G. Futch, Jr. of Leesburg is the Bradford, June 20-:Mr. and Mrs. ,r- _

+ report from Kloh that a library of both."-Hungry Bend correspondent guests, of his cousin Master Leslie. Odell\ Harrell and Clayton Weeks of SASH

cuneiform tablets had been discover- in Hardy (Ark.) Herald.: Futch thjs week. Santa Fe were in our community LUMBER BRICK ME

ej, including grammars, dictionaries -0-S Dr. Mitchell and wife of Jacksonville Sunday.A. DOORS
commentaries., This system of The trouble with some people In were guests at Hampton last E. Rabom, C. II. Andrew were BUILDERS HARDWARECEMENT

picture writing has not been employed every community is that they do not ,Sunday. visitors to Worthington Sunday.
since the first century B. C. and it seem to learn the lesson that new J. W. Prevatt and wife, of Starke, W. M. Harrell and daughter, Geneva WILLIAMS Everythinglot '

is expected this discovery will enlargeour days bring new ways, and that we were the guests of Mr. Fervatt's and He ice, Marie Rabam were .i .
understanding/ of the old-time cannot cut tomorrow by yesterday's mother, Mrs. Mary Pervatt last Sun spend-the-day visitors to Worthington KYANIZE, .. \ Buddiag '
languages. patterns. The way a town was managed Sunday.J. s udC :
In the days of oar grandfathers day.Mrs Chesser, who has\ been visitingat S. Harrell had< as his guest Sunday VARNISHES Ritpauriag

FHM Curva in o to 14 Day will not do in this progressive age, Sarasota for several weeks ha returned Mr. Perry Shaw of South Flor- CONSUMERS LUMBER

Draarfeta reraiKl moor* I If PAZO OINTMENT fall and the sooner people can awake to to her home here. da but at this time was employed on COMPANY I

p toaure t.Ii.a. Icchlnf Fife* aod
U* Sail UIMUOHUOO.. yon J"rtW cao 60-orMLfoltWaftOT be.-Eustis Lake Region. at the Baptist church last Sunday Mr. Davis and family of Galnes- I'


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