Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02235
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established-1879.- Subscription-IVr Year $1.50; Six :Months 75c.-1'nyable in Advance E. S. Matthews Owner.
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The Board of County Commissioners IRAILROAD Gainesville, June 20! -:Major: Paul

AFTER LEADERSHIP I' <4 of Bradford County Florida met Crank hail announced his candidacyfor SOLDIER BONUS BEING

irregular/ session Monday, June 2, -
BLOW TO SHIPPERS congress an an independent candidate
': 11)21) t. with the following member
; I ajfiiinst tho Democratic nominee.
present, towit: J. M. Brownlee, chair-
IN.STATEENATE I Judge R. A. Green, according to a DISTRIBUTED
man, Louis H. Hill, James Reynolds; : -- .i

and II. P. Gainey. New for number of circular teeing distributed in various
l'rutestslade Against Regulation entirely\ in prior, a curs
I :Minutes of last meeting read and Forbidding Putting Ice on HUMKOUC forward from different parts of the district, bearing bin namo ;;
Knight of Starke, Taylor of Largo approved. at the bottom of the announcement. :Many l'1'rkR.\ Put to Work In
Green Corn ahippuiK< points during the past seasons I
Etheredge of '
Sebring Bureau
I Petition from citizens of Brooker Crank the circular
iced in this way. Major according to

I received asking that :Mrs Lilly Smithbe For the past several seasons FlorIda The matter being acute and the is a Democrat, and has been
Speculation is rife as to who will Tha Initial distribution of application -
be placed upon said roll and allowed shippers of green corn have been crop being ready to ship, Chuirman living in Florida since VMM, with the
next speaker of the house and blanks for thusoldicrs bonus was
| $3.00 per month. shipping to Northern and Eastern Burr, of Tallahassee left Thursday exception of the time he was away In
president of the senate when the leg- begun Friday when six million forms
i There being no further business, markets in refrigerator cars under afternoon for Washington to place service during the SpanishAmericanwar
islature meets. There are at least :' were sent outby Major General Robert
-1 the Board adjourned until next regular the Phillipine insurrection and
full tank refrigeration in addition to the situation before the Interstate
three candidates top president of the !I C. Davis, adjutant general of tha
meeting, which will be first Mon- which they have been placing cracked Commerce Commission. in order that the World war.
senate. These are John S. Taylor ofLargo army directly to posts of the American -
day in July 1024. ice of the of dome quick action be and Croon
' on top crates corn can gotten Judge the Democratic nominee -
/ Dr. E. J. Etheredge of Se- legion, chapters of the rod cross
G. W. ALDERMAN, for the purpose of securing better refrigeration prevent the loss of the entire crop of could not lu reached by telephone ,
bring and D. E. Knight of Starke. Clerk and Auditor. veterans of foreign wars, disabled
than would be furnished green corn. It Is understood that for ti statement.
Supporters of Taylor claim to have I American veterans army navy, and
by simply filling the tanks with ice. Commissioner Rhodes of the State
enough senators pledged to assure I I I marine corps posts and recruiting
the election of Taylor. On the con- R. S. POWELL The carriers have recently issued Marketing Bureau will accompany NEW RIVER i offices. '
Chairman Burr Washington.. I
trary it ia said that either Etheredgo : a rule that they will not allow this The distribution. will keep pace with

or Knight will withdraw in favor of DIES SUDDENLY practice to continue. This action on A. C. L. RAILWAY-WILL the printing of the blanks and la being -

one or the other, depending upon the part of the carriers, coming as TOP ICE GREEN CORN I ASSOCIATIONSESSION made by Keograpbicnl priority so

which has the best chance of election it done without notice and just at the FROM FLORIDA POINTSThe that by Monday the distribution of

and that Taylor has only eight sena- LAST SUNDAYRobert time when the growers are ready .to SAT. the six million blanks will occur over
ship their if persisted in will state railroad commission has!
tors pledged, although there is no crop the United States at practically the
comfirmation of this report. mean the Ions of practically all of this sent out messages to shippers in different same time Monday the final and complete -

Candidates for speaker are Ed S. Powell, one of Starke's season's green corn crop. parts of the state notifying The Union Meeting of the New dUtributionwaa made on the

Stokes of Panama City; J. J. Parishof oldest citizens, died suddenly Sunday The Railroad Commissioners have them that the Atlantic Coast Line has" 'River Association will bo held S+itur- same scheme, no as to be accomplished -

Titusvflle and' Arthur Milam of night at his home east of Starke, been in correspondence with the Interstate advised it "will permit top icing of'':day. and Sunday June 28! and 3D!!), at by Saturday. It will consist of five

Jacksonville to succeed L. D. Edge after a short illness. Mr. Powell had Commerce Commission with green corn f\om Florida point dur Graham. million, which will be sent to all of-

who was elected to the senate. I been confined to his home for several reference to the matter and have asked ing the remainder of the season as The Stailte Sunbeam Band under ficos.

'- weeks on account of failing health, that body to require the practice suggested.", i'the capable .leadership of Mrs. J. F. More than BOO aditlonal clerks already

LAWTEY but his death was unexpected and a of top icing to be continued during Chairman R, H. Burr of the com : Kickliter will render a splendid pro- at work on the 0,00 filing cases
shock to the entire town. this season at least and until a formal mission was notified of the Atlantic
= of records which to be consulted. -
Lawtey, June 27 David Boyer of gram from 0:45: t<> 10:30: Sunday a.m
Mr. Powell was born in Catawba case can be brought and the matter Const Line's decision In a telegram The number of additlenal clerks
from 11:00 Woman'swork
Baldwin visited friends in Lawtey 10:30: to : a.m.
SundaY.Mr. county, N. C., April 4, 1857 and had determined upon its merits. The car- from W. P. Bartell, director of ser will ba discussed by laidiea will be Increased to 1,200 by the end

reached the age of 67 years. Despitehis riers advised the I. C. C.:' that this vice for the Interstate commerce com from Lawtey. Starke and other places. of June and by the end of July the

and Mrs. George Anderson visi- years he was actively engaged in practice of allowing. top Icing of green mission who stated thad no word had 'Dr. J. J. Bullen will preach at 11. entire force of 2,517 necessary for the

ted relatives in Starke Sunday. his vocation of corpenter and was a corn has not been allowed. This is yet been received from the Seaboard. Everyone cordially invited. work will have been obtained. The

highly skilled man. He moved to this --eSTATE clerks ara now being schooled In the ',"
,Mrs. G. W. Roberts returned home section in 1884 and has resided here WANDERING SONS CALL : OF GEORGIA PLACES FORD AND TUB 1'UAN8.CONTImN'l'L. I record, mailing the application '
last week from DeLand where she
ever since. FOR HOME TOWN PAPER RESTRICTION: ON MOVEMENT : TRIP blanks and learning/ use the .special
spent several weeks on account of the He was united in marriage in 1877 I
, OF FLORIDA! WATERMELONSThe computing machine and other duvlce
illness of her mother Mrs. J. H. Tat- Ford Cur No" 10,000,000> ( < leaving
to Miss Laura Shelton, who survives Men often wander far from their, that will be utilized In this vast work. y
um. him. To this union were born nine i homes, but they never lose the thrill !growers and shippers of watermelons from New Ydrk on its transcontinental I -

children, eight of whom, have grownto 'that is experienced when one reads in Florida are confrontedwith trip will occupy only a small ,'| GRAHAM )
Hazel Adkins of Starke was a
manhood and womanhood in this spade|> at Time Square starting point! .
his home town paper on distant soil. a serious embargo against shipping /
week-end visitor at the home of her home. They are: Mrs. T. G. Carter, of Whether he is in another state, an / of watermelons from this state of the Lincoln\ Highway, the route tu '|I Graham, Juno :27-Monurs George'

grandmother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards. Cocoa, Mrs, P. O.-Carpenter, Newton other country( or another continent, Into or through the state of Georgia. bo traversed.+ I I Dudley of Plant City and Allen of 1'-

School Superintendent H. B. Wiggins -' N. C., Mrs. L. E. Miner, of Starke stories and picture of "the old\ fami- The Special Order number 57 issued But suppose' all the other ),)\)'),- ,- Lake Butler were here tHia week

of Starke was tran acting business I- Mrs J. H. Fields of Huntington Pa., liar faces" are always welcome. Not by the State of Georgia effective 0K! Ford were to show up for the looking utter the Interest of the tomatoes -

:' in town Saturday. Chas. J. Powell, of Starke, George long ago a poet signing. himself as June 9th reads. as follows: cross country run. That would bo a '

.I Powell, of Newton, N. C, Mrs. R. E. Ryley Ryck began writing verses for "To prevent the remfect' of tick different viury. i Hoy Roberts of Perry, Is visitinghis

., B. E. Curby of Green Cove Springs, Tanner, of Baldwin, and Miss Eva the smaller newspapers. The follow- free area in the State of Georgia The first problem to arise would ba parents this week
the home of Mr. and
spent Sunday at Powell, of Starke. ing called, "The paper from Home," through budding or pocking materinln that of finding parking space for nil Memrn James icuynoids) and Roy
Mrs. David Durham.
Funeral services were held at the Is one of his poems, : originating in areas Infested with of them. Removing all Now York's Roberts were business visitors t.. the

W. H. Edwards was transacting home Thursday morning, Rev. L. B. Oh, I often choose to roam and I wan- and quarantined on account of cattle skyserappern and other building tounty sent Monday.

business in Starke Monday. Simpson, of the Methodist church, der far from home fever tick infestation it Is hereby ordered 'I from Manhattan Island would pro- MUseH beta, Llnnlo, and LtUla Kogg, 11

officiating. Interment was at Crosby To travel this old country up and that the shipment or movementof 'I vide twenEy-lwo square; miles of Mutllo\ Oifilon, LeRoy and Gladys
Dave Rowe of Maxville visited rela- cemetery where a host of fellow down watermelons originating in the tick parking itround, but that wouldn't be I Waadiit are attending the Normal in

tives here Sunday. townsmen gathered to pay their last And the things I now recall that I I infested and quarantined, areas of,''sulllcient' to aceomodnle the IO nillJ I Starke

Mrs. Sallie Reddish spent a few respects to the deceased. The floral missed the moat of all I Florida or any other state bedded J lion Fords even if they were parked j Tamp Cornuick of Starke wis a

days with relatives in Water Oak offerings were many and beautiful. Was the paper from the Old HomeTown with pine straw into or through tho without any space' at nil between ,.visitor hero Saturday.,

last week. The following acted as pallbearers: 1 .state of Georgia Is prohibited." them. I Wallace Mills of Jacksonville, was

1 Honorary, N. T. Ritch, J. W. Andrews, There were times it seemed to me 1: The Growers and Shippers League : It would, bo necessary to park a ,i ivlmtintf hilt brother Tom thin week

Mrs. Francis Wiggins of Jackson- Sr., L. C. Powell J. W. Morgan; active that I simply had to see of Florida, have the matter up rigorously few hundred thousand over In llrnok-'i|He !left Saturday. for Orlando

ville was; a week-end visitor at the E. S. Matthews, J. H. Ritch, N. A familiar face that didn't wear a with the U. S. Department of lyn or some other handy place. :'1 The ninny friend of H. W. Wllden

home of her mother, lira Louise D. Wainwright, A. S. Crews, A. M. frown Agriculture and Senator Trammel and If the cars started off four nbri'imt 'will ba !glad to know he I ia much Im- ,

Lowery.Col. Darby, J. M. Alvarez. But the keenest longing yet were the Doctor Mohler of the Bureau of Anl- and fifteen !Vet apart, mnnlrtainlnir'tlml ''proved at writing.

and Mrs. J. C. Adkins and chil- times I couldn't get :, i mill l Industry I I. attempting to get the space throughout, by the time'' Messrs.. L. G. Harry, George Dudleyof Ala- J

dren of Gainesville spent Sundae at SIGNERS FOR THURSDAY The little paper from the Old Homo i authorities of Georgia to lift or modify the lust four were ready to start, thctle".linl I'lnnt City wire visitor' to
HALF HOLIDAY Town. I : the embargo. quartet would be more than chums Thursday.MlHB .
the home of Mrs. M. E. Edawards. / I I for
Oh, the message it brings and the'! A further appeal wan. made by tho 1,000 miles on Its third trip across Gracie i Fogg left Monday
Roy Reddish, Lonnie Harley and The original signers agree- little song it sings I League yesterday to Governor Harden tho continent. In other words. by Gainesville whevra she will attend
ment to close for the Thursday half- ,
Cecil Whitehead were visitors to with To the distant exile seeking for renown requesting him to appeal to the Governor simply advancing! fifteen feet! each tho summer Normal.
holiday are given together load of tomatoesshipped
Thi-ro was a car
Starke :Monday. I 11 of Georgia for a modification limo a line of four Fords. was added
business houses continuing
seven How his homesick heart is stirred as'', the leading, would! to San from here Friday.
of the embargo. A wire from Governor cars go
Willis returned home Satur- each until and including
Truby Thursday Messrs. L. G, Barry, Dewey
he drinks In every word I I Hardee. last night rends as follows Francisco return and! go nearly halfway
day from a prospecting tour as far Thursday. August 28th: rhee Gentry Call and Miss Frances
Of the paper from the Old Home : across the country before the
South as Miami. F. F. Stump I Murriire were business. visitors to the
j "I have been in conference with last wan even atarte.Lnl.ttinlf
Hoover Bros.Variety' neat Frduy afternoon.
"of So tribute I would in this aim- such county
Prof. W. O. DuVall Hamptonwas a pay ,i State Veterinarian of Georgia who issued the cars off on arara.le of the
MarketF. The Union meeting
a business' visitor to Lawtey pie halting lay order ofml.lns woud be real work, for if thestarter.worked
against shipments
A. CrowderJ. church will meet hero Friday, Saturday
Saturday. To the men who never think abouta tWonty-four hours a
.. W. White & Son with straw bedding stop. Will and Sunday.
crown, for day and sent the cars on their way
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. lIilr has movedto D. C. Jones But who toil from year to year leaya tonight for Jacksonville detachment of four every minute he There will be a cemetery workingat

their cottage at Kingsley lake for Bradford County Bank spreading message of cheer I early conference tomorrow morning would have to bo on the Job five !Mt. Sinl Thursday July 10. Those
Green Cove Furniture Co. stop Georgia officer claims he wants Interested especially Invited to t,
the summer months. With the paper from the Old Home' Yl.ar"'j are
n A. M. DarbyF. Town.U. make physlclal examination of cars I UKATH OF J. J. UI A:' :'< (:: Mrs. J. B. Rowe and Children, G. HemingwayN. bc-fure agreeing to my offer stop I I early
Vernon, Ruth, Rosemary and Mattie Sternberg I). C. WORK AT CROSBY CEMETEIIY shall go with him to Jacksonville and j Mr. J. J. Urannen, a prominent' Group. No. 1 of Christian Endeavors

Edith are spending a few days in Bank of StarkeJ. = will advise from there tomorrow farmer' of the Midway !Section, diell'I! delightfully entertained group No.2
Jacksonville. F. KickliterJ. morning all developments stop please j| Saturday afternoon June It. Mr. with supper at ,Hampton Beach Sat-

visi- M. Alvarez The W. T. Week Chapter U. D. C., keep your shippers advised." i I' Drnnnen was sick only a few days I I urday nlitht. There was a largo crowd
Starke '
Charles Strickland of
:Mrs. Haoirick wishes to thank those who 10 kindly\, :Mr. Robinson! Secretary of the and seemed to be getting along nicely there and every one seemed to enjoy
ted relatives here- Sunday.A. Bradford County TelegraphS helped make the cleaning of Crosby Growers and Shippers League In commenting I[ until a few moments. before death. I I themselves

transacting bu*i- Alvarez Friday such on the embargo today said: Mr. Brannen. was born and. rearedin Durham of
A. Stokes was L. cemetery a great suc David Lawtoy wm a
ness in Jacksonville the first of the City Barber Shop cess. It was a pleasure to the committee "Oyr growers and .shippers of water- Columbia county and moved to visitor here Saturday.

week. t. C. Hollingsworth to solicit funds. for livery one we melons have only one outlet to the Union county about twenty-threa years (I I Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Barry and

S. R. Johns asked gladly responded in some way?, markets, which Is the state of Gcoriria. ago. He was R8 years of ago at the daughters Thelma and Dorothela

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Marr and chil- A. H. GreenG. either by giving money to hire help If this embargo remains In effect time of hU death. lie leaves tel mourn Dewey and Frances Murrheo spent

dren were visitors to Starke Sun- H. Bennett or by sending help if they could not ,:' It will cause serious. logs to growers. his loss. a wife, three daughters and Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Lewis

day.Our G. F. Young come themselves. I!i Hay Is unobtainable by many ship six son, all of Union county exceptone Byrd of Hampton.

truck farmers are now begin- W. H. PerkinsC. Money was sent in to chairman: Mr.. 'pers and likewise Its cost. Is prohibitive son, who resides In Baker county.Mr. Bruce Warren and son of Little

ing to ship corn to the northern mar C. JohnsW. S. E. Brownlee by people living away 1': I do, not believe there Is any Brannen also leaves a host of Springs were visitors here Friday\
kets. Prices have been good for the L. Overstreet more danger of Infestation from pine warm friends who will mourn his afternoon.
from Starke, who had loved ones I
past week. N. B, HullDEATH buried there, to help make the renting [ straw bedding than from lumber shipped departure.
from the state or from the cars DEATIJ OF GKO.: KING
THE SOUTHERN EXPOSITION place of our loved ones a pleasIng DEATH OF MILS. LEWIS ,
themselves in which melons may be
spot to look upon. i; The many frleends of Mr. George
;, It ia gratifying to see Southern I .shipped." Mrs. Elam Lewis daughter of Mr.
J. E. Andrews, prominent citizen, It Is the aim of the chapter with ,i King will regret to learn of his death.
states taking such a prominent partin and Mrs. J. E.: _Norman of the Rising -
passed away..-at his home near Lake the help of the public to have this :NEW80M< HAS PRIZE CORNG. 'Mr. King was originally from Ohio
the plan for the great Southern Butler Wednesday afternoon, Jun.IS'th. cleaning once a year in the spring, I section died Monday after art illness : but had purchased the Whistler's
Exposition which is to be held m B. Newsom who I ill farming this of several months death finally
Mr. Andrews had not been In taking out fallen trees, broken fences place and at the time of hb: death
'1. New York in February of next year. good health for some time, although send improving the grounds in any year on the L. A. Davis place ha
.1-.1Thl.. exposition is designed for the the end was not expected when it way we can and to try to get people field of com which Is the best we have diseases. Mrs. Lewis was 23 years of been suffering from leakage of the
,.'. of impressing upon the peaI S"I'ItSome of stalks will I and was united In marriage in
purpose the over age
came. He leaves a wife and several Interested in having, a good substantial go heart and was fifty one years of age
pie of the North and East the manifold feet and two to i 11916 to Mr. Elam Lewis who survivesher. I
children also] several brothers to fence put around the entire cemetery ten in belght bearing when death claimed him. The funeral

.. accomplishments of the South mourn his loss. Interment was madeat so'a. to keep the stock from I 1 three ears of corn to the stalk. With and burial services took place on Mon
I: particularly in a industrial and commercial two stalks to the hill Mr. Newsom Funeral services were held at Dyal
ElzyV Chapel Thursday at 11' wandering on the unfenced: graves. day, the body being held for -
way, and if the present plan o'clock. A large concourse of relatives The day Vas 'indeed a profitable one. "I expects to gather 150 bushel of c,rrn I cemetery Wednesday afternoon of the deceased's sinters.Poopl .
y carried out it will be the most effective .. .
\ are and friends followed the remains to and that without the application of J. T. Barnes conducting the "

,V advertisement of the South's Its last resting place. READ ,fertilizer The spot was once part A large number of friends and ReV'j who don't eat greens

advantages ever presented to the na-. THE TELEGRAPHFOR I the chicken farm conducted by Mr.l I tives were present to pay their Lose out on vita mines.

.rt j. tion. SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH ALL LOCAL HAPPENINGS j 'Davis. and U very fertile. 'sports to the loved on. -EKcban.M.r ..

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MILES A. WARREN IS LAID TO A male" quartet aC fcV t ,Zi composed of D. I rand' "abolition of the evil of dancing, Fort Pierce-City commission petitioned -: Department of Agriculture report By Hay amt 1. to collected baL d...__-__-.-_-_-_-_-______-_ "08.21'1.1' f

Wadsworth which is ruining our country." I to pave several blocks ton-south them.
REST Stewart Gulls, Waverly ( shows that farmers adjusting June. 1, to b.L duo ....._____________ 12S.4t
Ollie Thompson. and Hal Richardson, The handbill! bore the signature Second streeet ""' Citrus! avenue. selves to changing conditions. Dairy Fad and Brldca B." Wmmt
: forward association. May 1. to bal duo
and' "great
Funeral Service' for; Prominent West sang Nearer :My[ God to Thee, ing has expanded practically every- By amt. collected _____---456.64
Mr Emma bawdy Sessoms, of Bon- Up to. tonight the Americans Com- St. Augustine-Preliminary survey

Fluridian Held in DeFuniak ifay*, rendered a solo I'm a Pilgrim munity had not directly felt the affects being made for proposed concrete where. One case is cited of a beef June 1. to bal. duo _____W.___ALDSJKMA.M.___ZS043. .14a

Sprina'slonll1l1: and I'm a Stranger. of enactment in the United bridge across Matanzas\ bay. cattle raiser who sold his herd, replaced Clark OfrvoM ObvrtSeal

DeFuniak Springs, Juno IGMilesA. Born in Bradford county February States of the exclusion law. For that Stuart- Building;; permits issued it with 20 head of dairy cattle, ( ) Hy C A. Deputy SnnaHT.Clark.

Warren, well known West Flor- ,17, 1861, he lived to rear without the reason tonight's demonstration madea juring first 5 months of year total and made more profit on milk every FINANCIAL STATKurcnrFUNDS" OS COCMTT

idian and official of the Louisville and 'Iou of a single child a large family. profound impression which also $128,000; another large building con- month than the same number of beef )

Nashville Railroad Company, sleeps He had been in failing health since was manifested in official circles. The templated to cost $150,000. cattle made for him in any year during for Monthly the month financial of May atatewoal., 1924 of Bradford

II last American charge d'affaires was among the last five Ceaeral red
Magnolia: cemetery here where he an attack of acute indigestion years.
I _____________2888.21Receipt
: those at the hotel where the dance Fort Pierce-St Lucie Ice Balance May 1. 1924
was laid to rest with appropriate January, when attending the GramlLodae 'I CLIBK-8 BKPOBT during month ____________1412.91Diftburwementa
was raided. to construct 600-ton ice storage ..__.__
of consecutive pany during month 2008.19Balance
; ceremonies by the Grand Lodge his thirty-third ......rt of UM Clark of th. Clromt Cout
I I No interference tendered the plant costing $25.000.l'tliamiAmerlcan .J..... 1. 1924 ________1898.04 I
was ,
I Masons of Florida at 4 o'clock Monday session lie was a Royal Arch and In and for Bradford Cuunty.held.*. oa oo fine and FarMtara Fud
member of I| ronln by the police, who were said to count of tasoi .-e4be Tear 1928.Jon. llalanae May 1. VU ._______________ 86994 r
:" afternoon following a brief fu- Knight Templar Mason, a I told of the In ad- Power & Light I. 1924z Rreelpta during month ___._..___.__. 974.46
neral service n the familly home, Rev. the Scottish Rite and a Shrlner. lie I I have been program of New York purchased w. I14ntS. IHitbunementa' durlna: month ______... 144.07
,vance. I Company Tax OullootarTo ) Balance June 1. 1924 ____________ too.83
A Arnold Ross, Universalist minister took an active part in politics and I I Miami gas plant; has placed order Bradford Gouty; real FaadBalance
the affairs of his town I Newspaper photographers, also I Coaty; Prooor May 1. 1924 _____________ 184.MReeeipta
officiating. progressive I'forewarned, were stationed in the ad- for new equipment to cost $500,000.St. I May 1. to baL duo ________..._791460 during month n______________ 16.66
Scores of telegrams and other messages and state, and was more than once ,' I I By ....t. collected -.-------___ 682.40 Diibunwnenta' Purina Month ,.._, -
of sympathy came to the be- cited by officials of the railroad I vantageous positions about the room I Petersburg-Peninsular- I. Balance Jun. 1. 1924 _______u______ 201.47
Juna 1. to bal duo .------12IUO Building Fund
reaved widow and family of five company for special service, :where the demonstration took place. phone Company to erect $100,000 Tim! aced-ttwttttmnMay I Balance. May 1, 1924 ________________ C.BiReeeipta
improve-I Following the interruption of the 1. to bal. duo _-.__-....___8164.84 During Month -..._.__
daughters and four sons, all of whom, ments in his department and building. ,By amt. eollrcMd ______oo_?_______ 278.96 PUbumementa' During Month .___....
with exception, he lived to see' en service, he having ,dance reports were received that the Balance June 1. IBM __________ 6.09Oa.t.ni.g
one : forty-two1 I'ronin had appeared at several mo- Tampa New grammar school June 1 1. to baL duo -----___--_______2893.88 Faad
enter upon successful manhood and forty-eight days in his I c..."r Boa4 mml BrUso Balance May I, 1924 _____________?_1649.j>2Rrculpta
womanhood. Two of the sons and 1 of employment, this includinga tion picture theaters showing Americans building to be erected. May 1. to bal. duo __________._.____..883.27 during month __________... 848.08
I years films and had forced the managers By amt. eolloeud __-_________ 646.92 Diibuniementa During Month .._..._
four of the daughters are married., siege of typhoid. St. Petersburg-Building permits Balance. Jun. 1. 1924 ___________199280
of the houses to close them for: June 1. to bal. dot __._ (787.81: Drainage read
The youngest son Is 13 yean of age. I Death came suddenly following an issued during May totaled $737,400. 0...,...... IadMoiao--------. ,...4 I Balance May 1. 1924 ___________ 78.66Reeripta
the .
Four of the five grandchildren are in in which lightning nljtht.'FLORIDA May 1. b. duo -..-W 2* During Month .,? ,,
'electrical storm a Tampa-Contracts to be let for .,By t.to collected ______._.__ 841.20funa niibunwmenta Durlna Month ........
DeFuniak and all the wives and husbands -. bolt set fire to the garage in the rear WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL ,'Balance June 1. 1924 ____ "'_ 7866
of the married children attended I' shock construction of Bayshore seawall and 1. to bal. duo _..____8617.09 W''..._ P...... Pa"
The .
< of the Warren home. combined REVIEW
Coaa" a.a.8 Balance M.y 1 1924 18IIReeelpta
e the funeral, as well as all the : with exertion in trying to extinguish 1 flll/ 10ft. sidewalk and curbing adja- May. 1. to bal. duo -----_______1(88.20By during: month-::::::::=::=: 6fl:61Tbbu
.South Jacksonville Work cent to wall and drainage structures; unt. eollMtnl --__.. .___.__. ..SO .emrnta dories month _.._____. 80.00
children, except Edwin, who is in a the flame. resulted in his on new June 1. to bal duo _____..-__________14488.40 Balance June 1. 1924 ______________u S2.46Arrlealtaral
Pensacola hospital following an ope- I two-way beach road progressing rap estimated cost 400000. Faad
I collapse. Coutr Pine Kalaneo May 1, 1924 ____________..__ 1.16
ration. A brother Bruce R. Warren, The' active bearers were: Marvin idly. Fort Pierce-Florida East Coast May 1. to bal. due _?______________ 610.00 Reeelpta Daring Month _____
in attendance, in addition to his I By amt. collected __.___?_______. 2(4.00 Diiiburaementa During Month ........
was : Sessions George Black, A. C. Prim, Fort of railway to double track eleven miles Balance June 1. 1924 u__.___________ 1.16
own immediate family of twenty-one, L. Bush of Crestview R. Pierce-Tomato growers of line through this territory. Juna I, to bal dun ---..___..._______ 8(6.00fatal Jun. 1. 1924. 1
of Bonifay; ; .
St. Lucie county organize. Safe .....| Bradford Coanty.Stato .
in which his WAIl the first death. Mr. E. McEwen, of Century, and :M: T. May I, to bal. duo _________________H894. 7 of IHorMa
Warren is survived by three brothers andM. Brooksville-Road construction in By amt. collected __________._______1029.97 I hereby certify that' the. foreaolng .ta_..
King; honorary: J. K. McCaskill Okt'echobee-'V. C. Sherman, owner */ the _.1.... and dl'.bnrMaa*_ 4 William Warren, of Bradford county; E. Batts of Pensacola; W. A. of large lumber interests to erect Hernando county to commence soon; Jun. 1, to bal duo -----___._________10864.60 of Bradford County for the month of
Dan B. Warren, of Micro near Mel- total cost to be approximately $450- I Total Sib Be.... Baada May 1924. la true and correct. to the 1'
Sessona, of Bonifay; Dan Hughes, of largest lumber mill in state here. I May 1, to bal. dua _930917 beet of my knowled and bellrf.
bourne; R Bruce Warren of WorthIngton Ponce De Leon; II. Thornber and 000. By tmt. collected -.- 415.00 O. W. AL .1UI41f.

\; Springs, and a sister, Mrs. _______ n:2iiiiU1WI. SEAL( ) Clerk Clmttt Co-rt. .1J
Burrus Cawthon. Graceville Record watermelon: I Fort Pierce Building projects June 1. to bal. due BmJOwd Co..yl
under ,
Graham. ra.loa hnd
Dan Byrd of By C. A KN1OITT.
The surviving children are, Miles crop reported. at total *
.: tributes and way present approximately ..-. dee
Floral were numerous M. O. Warren -- "abltua..On..119anon Curedin
Warren, of Fort Pierce; $225,000.
1h.. hundreds of his fellow townsmen, Edwin Warren, and Gordon Warren Sarasota-White way to be extended < 14 to :21 Days

.'\ together with friends and admirers of De Funiak Springs; Mrs on Central avenue from Five "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a spwciaUy-. I :: ;':d__ r;;;;- ..

from throughout West Florida, followed I Claude Meiga and Mrs. Goldie Mc I points to Eleventh street north. | Klan Christening prepared Syrup. Tonic-Laxa'Jv It relieves promptly>> for HaUluaConstipation. Luictould I '- ". 4 "Jr: I

; the cortege to the burial Ewen, of Milton, and Mrs. Herbert I Montverde --Improvements being I be taken regularly for H to 2' dr',' VIU 'J J"y '

grounds Felkel, Mrs.:: Paul Hamilton and Miss I to induce regular action. It SUrou The deceased who was supervisor of made at industrial school. Regulates. .. Very Pleasant to Tarn* 61k t.
Gertrude Warren, of St. Augustine
w the division of the L. & N. between Ills grandchildren are. Miles Allison Tavares-Shoulders being constructed per bottle. ancl.e JIahnL'

DeFuniak Springs and River Junction Warren, Mary Caroline Warren, William on Tavaree-Eustis road. I

1 had been in the employ of the Warren Meigs\ and Jeanne and j If we take the gineral average
since November 5 1882 Sarasota-Apartment building to
company Warren Felkel. Harley Wickersham National Democratic -! the people as they come; ,
during which forty-two years' periodhe be erected on Palm avenue. '
the funeral director. voluble things
was M S I 'hey're on some ,
had received a number of well Chairman at Desk
merited laving started The departed as expressed by Rev. Plant City-15,000 signs removed while on others they are dumb.

promotions, Mr. Ross, was a truefriend a devoted from highways in Uillsborough coun- : I And, you're forced to this
track laborer. The of
as a messages husband and a loving father, whichhe ty. 1 'j oncltision! -if you'll only take ,
from the he
sympathy came men em-
said had been useful and admir- the pains-that they're more
ployed and from officials of the L. 4I
Kissimmee-Lake Tohopekaliga at
ably spent in good deeds and con- I .nclined to money than an over- I
& N., Including General Superintendent cost of $1,000,000, to be developed Into j
structive work. Mr. Warren, declared ; plus of brains. .
E. O. Saltmarsh, who wired: huge resort hotel, club, golf
.' the minister in his sermon, was a ; I wruldn't do Injestice to the
1 am greatly shocked and distressedto strong character of decided convic- course gymnasium and theater to be a hick or child of man, who pins :
hear of Mr. Warren's death. Please et
tions to which he adhered with un- constructed. his faith to dollars and replevinsall t.
accept deepest sympathy dr
; my failing steadfastness.. he can-but we can't dismissthe j
ally and for the Louisville and Nash- Tallahassee During 15 months'period

ville Railroad Company that he has RIOTERS BREAK UP DANCE from December 30, 1922 to question from the feller that !

March 31 1924 Florida's state banks rcflcclts, how brains compares
served for so many years with efficiency IN FOREIGN QUARTER JAPAN ,
r j and loyalty." increased resources $58,000,000. with dollars in acquirin' men'srespecksl

All Sunday until after midnight Washington Is Without Official Advice I i 'j
Stuart-Cement block company to Sometimes the with mil- j
and through Monday there was an of Disturbance, But Officials Wor ,
be established here. lions creates awful stir J "
ried. I an ,-
almost constant visitation by friendsto
while the baggy-kneed
the home where the body lay. I issued philos-
=: JacksonvilleBuilding permits -
Tokio, June 7. Japanese seekingto opher is one we're sorriest for.
M. A. Warren was the first man in during May totaled $539,213.:;
solidify national sentiment against The fat-head with the for-
DeFuniak to be made a Mason, hud I
several of the new law excluding them from the Sarasota-Widening of Mian street uTOeA.T[ tune that's been handed downto
served terms as master
United States carried their campaigninto from municipal building east to Five him, may write a fust-rate
Under the Rockville
hit own lodge and was reelected this I I flaming cross at -
year, but could not serve because of the foreign quarter here today, points planned. Center, L I., William Stanley, poem-but his chance is mighty
breaking up a dance at the Imperial 1 ;youngc-st member of the invimbfa slim!
his position as deputy master in the
hotel. I I Tampa-Tentative plans made to empire christened as 10,000 member

grand lodge of Florida lIe was commander A band of thirty ronin, or political build temporary bridge across Ililla- Innki, il, onSummer I SCE,. ..Uaey. WI2rsa dA4oVKN9xa .

of the Commandery of I ruffian, raided the dance and by borough bay to the two islands. I vroea r e ; PIIILD6op>4O! I
1 Knights Templar here and memberof I
Insulting and profane speeches and I'
the Eastern Star. I ) To Stop a Cough Quick
actions created such a
r" T. T. Todd, of Pensacola grandmaster I that a free-for-all fight was averted take lIA YS': HEALING TONEY.*" a Colds 1 Cordoll Hull of T-nncMee.' Chairman I iiwtn.IAr

of Florida Masons, was in I I only by interference of some of the cough medicine which stops the cough by I Committee'j( the\> his Democratic desk .n convention National
healing the iiitlamed and Irritated tissues.
charge of the Masonic services at theIlravt'
calmer Japanese guests, who persuaded A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE Promptly broken up I I hMd'I\U\rtcn at New Yolk
where the imprcuslve Grand I
k the intruders to leave. SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds .>1.1 \, and normal respiration -
Lodge ritual, in which Mr. Todd'spart Hand. bill scattered by the ronln Croup Is enclosed with every botilu ufHAYES' II -

was so well and effectively done before they departed demanded deportation : HEALING HONEY. The s-.lv.-. I restored by -" .r ,J'd.4.ta"r urd/t/ u..t e Jatsr9 ;;tnt'_ UIIIC"i"f'" "
J was followed by the aproned Masons should be rubbed on the client and throat 101 TONIC
of all Americans, boycotts of I .
'. children suffering from a Cold or Qcup
attending a body.Denver
The Safe System BuilderAt
against American merchandise and I The h .
motion pictures. exclusion of Americana .........tho 9 O-Pio-Trato throot combined Sain,wuh through the biM u.>ict.e. pores? rt ..f Your Dru....... t.

from Japan, abrogation of all tile silo torn olopo a-..& PRICE25c
| Healer Both rj-tiMwtlr*, or.porhtd In our :"artoD au I.* e
treaties> h.tween the two countries cat of the combined....t_.,la 35c. f Z'es&PricdClosed

Just and your druggist fm HAYES'HEALING :

4 Beware I

I i I L America's Ace I i Car

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Buying Cars ---:1: 1. tI '

I I I tp.. ... with Poors front and Rear

!t'Y ....0(;. oj j
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(Except New Cars from 1f N'o'llu:: .n'2 :7 :rsobbm' ",' .1 ONLY $160 more than the Overland r

-- r.. if ycr hca-t w )\101 l 1 touring car-the Overland CoupeSedanthe 1

4 4tb Automobile Dealers I break, sobbed out yen woes :it world foremost close J car Value. All
her dear l lar-a n-f' rfty contrite
little chap. Thai uirty face: the unique exclusive features of a coupe

,."" against her breast a ihoa.anUvagranc.t.s I and a sedan in one!
,-. Unless the Party Selling You co, C".J. What .\

the Car Delivers With It "olthn': pontin: that tone,- Removable rear seat gives big loading
"There, there dear !\e:1't-lt's: space
an Official Certificate of all-all gone!" Q for anything and everything. Seats adjust

& Title, Issued by the State ( She patted yv with soft careas, 11 b.-: :' v.aH 1 and forward. Seats also make
and quieted ch.U-Jistreas
(, t 4r a f, Comptroller. and, rocked yi yet back an' forth the ,. into it full-sue bed in ihe car-great for

.:'. while, and fed ye with her J CoU".p.:,. L..a.y rltL:., pclenfell' springs1'i -
heavenly smile. O, how ;
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Rl aN1 little heart would turn an' nestle P r- Hllty record-breaking
To Aute Thaft Law requires a.. heart of her'n! e:,r'J: ". Cccc
motor ..."tel.. owned and operated kit near that All } in and see ;it.Overlanj .
"lrwr Florida. to ...... Certlflcatea of Tltl. -j -t s !6. : t ep frettin' ceased forgiveness
1r + taaued' for trayn. Upon aaio of motor won.-"There, there, dear child .
vehicle tho TTuo Certificate, mint boaialgned : it's aU.UlrOnel'Su I is lhe"V' >:a ear with eliding year
a x to purchaser AND DELIVERED .t.1 Irnsmiseion. priced uojt
with. ...... PURCHASER I. required 4 when, in after years ye f.o.b.Tol.do.
'. by law to tmnafer tho aamo tohla > errod.-when unkind fate or
; namo 'In 10 days. (... Forma foe weakness led to dire disaster!
both assignment and application' for
transfer on back ol certificate.) Tae hope transferred by' dread
trenafer coot .LOO.Dont despair that racked yer head,-
then-then, sad heart, is when dt .
buy a car without requoatlnflTnto
Cortiflcato (noopt now oow you learn the solace of them
t. from dealer). words, of hart .-you seemed toh1'

r Upon ate e>o tai u,. Ilea.... tag a* I I 'em through the tears,-
Rev. Robert BH {fell Denver M OOES WITH CAR wftteftrioM.rtnart though she's been gone these
who bo tNn...?red by ROW owner o. I I many' years!
{ Episcopal) Church, has hlo.. names Coat N. 0. t
performing seemingly wonderful -
faith cum of the ill. blind KEEP RECORD STRAIGHT ON .. Quigley-Overland Company
YOUR CAR. it will he** to .raver I
and crippled in New York and New .If ..tA"" ...... or atotoit car* M-r-
\{ Jersey The healing* were per Caw already. ) boon located Utrotra. STARKE, ELORIDA
" formed by "laying on of hand* and roeorda In Comptrolleroffice.. |I Ilrte Wills. 18-ycar-eld Califor.pia "

prayer" in the prj enco of 300 wonder-girl; oxide, sweet aid I 4
typifying all that la best in AsMrk- =
persons including many newspaper Ernest Amoa, Comptroller I
reporters. % can womanhood. is picked by all Uwia > j

TALLAHAISEE. FLORIDA { the Olympic championship At
.. I Paris and alto the English title tat
.atlupal pisy. -

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I fly burned, and nearby building wore fled I I'1 hit. t I'idi; i was en a we Ming !charging a statutory offence. John agreeable to all; concerned, including:

Newt of Florida in Short damaged Lho buutlinits were owned" jturrt'.:, Tin deidiis perpetrated I II Manguum, 40, his child! wife 1 11 lUrrinon.who sa1t flint he kept the
ParagraphsLLive by Ed, nr Chapman Total loss in estimated -1 I! while he w4: ]lyinjir, I'ed. No re/1sol1l"nd[ John H-airis, 21, are allotted] ", to husband from carrying out his throat
-rJ i RMMU jHmM !.11 MnHUM. iWUHDHtMT k ..MHI>MH>* lntwoen'$1OU, J ( and $:!0OUO. up,, eat for the act. The body v..i' have emneeJt'd, themselves! III un of abandoning the Kir! ). llarilson and

H One mule and one horse were burnedIn shipped to his home in Eastman. eternal triangle" The two men are the girl also said that the grandmother -

State News the stables. Other live stock was -- said to be serving 30-duiy" sentences favored Harrison as the girl'shusband ,

i taken out to safety. Tampa A double funeral held hero each at Brooksville whore all were and that he was will inn..

for airs Susan Kratz of this city, arrested. At the county jail the child s

Told by Our Exchange, Gainesville-The jury in the case of and her daughter, !Mrs. II. A. llerulry, bride knows only that she's locked up. People who don't cat green

E. C. Cutts, charged with murder in who was killed in an accident as she She knows not the nature of the Lose out on vitamines.

--- connection with the fatal shooting of was rushing to her mother's funeral. charges against her and could not Exchange

Tallahassee-The Supreme court reaffirmed I[road to form part of the new State Archie Angrlin, in Bunnell, Flagler !Mrs It-nilry whoso/ home is in Fort understand' them were they explained -

its opinion of several days Road No. 3. The road will be 16 feet county last March, returned a ver- Myers, was touring the went coast to her. Provide cattle with Rood:! pastures.

ago upholding the act of the legis- wide and have a nine-inch rock base dict Wednesday morning convicting last week-end when she heard of her I A permanent pasture Is essential] to

lature last year requiring judges to with a three-inch asphalt covering, it I the defendant of mansluughter.Judge mother's death. Driving at a high rate Brookavillc.-Arthur Mtfngum and I progressive livestock industry.

charge the jury prior to arguments is stated ( Long sentenced him to serve seven of speed to reach Tampa! before her John llarrinoti are held in jail here I -
of counsel in murder cases. i years in the state penitentiary at mother's funeral her car overturned under a charge of vagrancy preferred An orange\ a day !Keeps the doctor

r Tampa-Charles" 28, an elccI hard labor. It I is understood that his near here and pinned herself, her husband by local officer following the finding I away. Fruit anil, vegetable are Rood

Tallahassee-Colonel T J. Apple- I trlcian was killed here when he fell 'attorneys will file a motion for a new and two children beneath the of the two men anti nn 11- '''ar-ol.I'' medicine and should have prominent

yard, who was elected as a delegate at from a pole on which he was working I trial and application for bond will be machine. :She: suffered a broken neck girl] occupying the same quarters in : place mi everj' table I'lorldii. H A

large to the Democratic national convention I Fellow workmen declare he was not made immediately, pending a hear- and crushed chest and dit'dI few a negro boarcllnK-hnuito. The nun nnd' 'rent piitduror of fruit Cart vege-

designated CongressmanFrank electrocuted, as they tested the wiring ing on the motion. moments later. Mr. Hendry and the the girl say that the girl vui married tnblo+,

Clark of Gainesville as his of the pole shortly lifter Webb's children were not seriously injured. to( Miinirum in Plant 1'itv come ___ __ __ __-
alternate in the convention. I'death and failed to find exposed wires. Da-tona-A complete moving picture six wevks ago/ with the consent of ,
I In falling Webb crashed into small studio with ample facilities for Tampa-Plant City's baby bride is the grandmother Mm. DriggrrH, It
Daytona-Work on this city's improvement tree and it is believed a making photoplays soon is to be in the county jail. She was lacked\ up was also said that the grandmother :

program has begun. The sulted in the'impact re- established in close proximity to this by men from the shiTilT's office, following decreed that Harrison should lu th"1 j
plans include improvements along the married Injuries lie was city, it was learned fallowing the visit information tiled by the nightly companion of the couple This [I 1! enlJ
water front, a new fire house, pavingof Savannah.and Ga.came recently from here the other day of Ernest Ship man, county solicitor several days ago arrangement, they .all testified, was I '"___ {.
Fairview avenue. A good part of a prominent moving picture producer .. ... I '? j1 I

the work is expected to be completed I Tampa-Total assessed value of of New York. Mr. Shipman declined Uncle John

before the tourist season opens next property in this city has been fixed atI7.500.0CJO to make public tha exact locution ... ... ', /'
October. $- > it is shown by the city 'of the proposed studios, but said thata I

tax rolls, which have been formally tract of land between 5,000 and 0- r ble'l.a l fHo'mmeesCALVIN 1 reckon the picnic season is
Sanfard-At a meeting of post commanders 000 acres had been secured and that the finest time that there is-to
accepted and approved by the city -- .... ', ', I /. _II
adjutants adjusted .
commission after ten days devoted to installation of the plant would mean :'... ','"':..\:.1 :l//;i j/- 1C't1K totmakerourbemothmspwhisa-
compensation officers and members of (1)t.P _
the expenditure of .. -Jj1 .. \ _
approximately .
hearings and assessments. These figures ... r -0. it's then wv can slip the halter
ida the executive committee of the Flor- represent an increase of more 300000. Pi'4sil.cd\ : -ct ?..IrIltdl na4\ : I olf-an' roll to our 'heart's .'ont..ntan' -
department of American Legion
gut up an ourselves -
held here C. Howard Rowton, of Pa- than $8,000,000 over last year, due Tallahassee-Dr.: It. F. Hughes + + I an feel 1 like a hundredan'
largely to annexation of additional alias Tex arested one per cent!
]latka was reappointed department Ilaney, recently in
-adjutant.'St. territory, Frank S. Wright, city tax Kansas City, Mo., has been delivered 0 I As ooon as the picnic season's
I I assessor, states. I to the State Prison Farm at Rai- I on-an' the style begin to ad-
Petersburg-May me Clark in-I I i \'ance.-It'lt proper to think of
ford to serve out the I
JacksonvilleMrs.:! Mary Walker remaining por- j I the custard pie, when nclectln'
jured several months ago when a Hlnsey, 30, a Sunday school teacher, tion of his sentence for grand larceny. ,I yer nun-klst pant.s. And, the
fire truck struck a bakery truck in I hard-bilecl an' tho
was shot by Roe Price Wise Notice already has been served on egg- peanut-
which she was riding, has been awarded proprietor I the State Prison Department by Federal 2 I naive, which is staple us nlfalf
of a drug store, while she was attending -
hfty-They're items to be -
damages of $803, covering doctors'and I provided
authorities at Washington that
a church supper at the Main i for, on the eve of the picnic
hospital bills. The award was Street Baptist Church here. She was | they are very anxious to get hold of I day. .

made on recommendation of the city not seriously wounded. Wise, who is Dr. Iluges as soon as his time expiresin t Of course then'n handicap

.attorney. I held by the police on a blanket chargeof Florida which will be about one ,) l : lurk In' around aa there alien
3 will be, I guess..Tho chiggordeploys
and four months The Federal
suspicion said to have year I
Tallahassee Three state convicts was en- his sub-mnreen band lit
working on the road at road camp tered the church and fired three shotsat government wants him on a warrant I t I the depths of the plc-nlc dress

number two, near Eau Gallie overpowered I Mrs. Hinsey, two of them going charging forgery. i I .An I ain't complained, you
the guard, relieved him of wild. The third shot struck the wo- : understand, of the trysts In the
Quincy-Mack Tullis, aged 20( of I 'oolin' "ha.le- but the thing
his gun and escaped in a truck which man In the hip.ClearwaterA. Eastman, Ga, who was visiting at the I that's quickest to call my hand

was beinar: used, for road work, according ] verdict of guilty with home of his wife's sister near here, Y b I Is-red ants In the lemonade!
to a telegram received by the pri-
recommendation of mercy was returned committed sucide by shooting him I

son department. by the judy in the case of self just below the heart, the bullet piCNICs

Cincinnati Values of Florida Frank McDowell, tried here this week passing through the stomach and severing I 6tlApr
for hte murder of his mother Febu- the intestines. Intestinal hem-
oranges soared to the highest level ,
for thia year's crop and several years vary 19, at St. Petersburg The jury orrhages were so great that they
I had had the for few minutes t/mld not be stopped and the youth -
past in the Cincinnati market Thurs- case a CoouDGCHARLES G.DnwI '
day when an additional rise of 50 more than two hours. McDowell in ,died at a local hospital. The sulcidvl T r4.CMV.eTTS SLLmNotb1. _

" cents a box was recorded Florida the court room when the jury filed in, was married last. week and accompan- taAaa

stock told up to $a.l>o and California !sat ina nervous attitude, with a ,. ,
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to $6.25 a box, Florida being the highest slight smile playing over his face. He

q' Receipts of the fruit were unusal- received the verdict calmly, althoughhis Phoned Picture '

1 ly light face paled as it was read. From Convention I

Tallahassee-The Western and Northern Tallahassee The supreme court YOu. '
N'EED NOT F. iL r tf 'a L
railroad applied to the Interstate reversed the circuit court for Hills-

Commerce Commission today for authority boro county in the suit of \. Leo Elli- Tom Rankin wa* born, in the bar- to
arm !
to issue $3,000,000 capital stock I ott against the Belt Automobile Indemnity I II II II II II .fleas room of a stable on Chicago n e.t
street in the heart of the
Association ]
and $7,000,000 of first mortgage I' involving payment S tockyattU, forty-aloe years MIX TajT- t
sinking fund 7 per cent gold bonds. of damages on an automobile His father "Bull" Rankln. wj a t I Ifkd Im

The proceeds are to be used in the I indemnity policy. The lower court blacksmith, town bully orf-and-on
acquisition and construction of 238 : upheld contentions of the association prlz.fl hur and a drunk. UU

miles of road between Coleman and thai it wa necessary for Elliott to reared mother wa* an outoaat. He was cos Rad kee/
first damages awarded O. D In njth, fame and 1 ttrnoranc sat the
West Palm React, Ha. I pay and at 11 a "klUr
'"" Knowles against him, resulting froman a..fttanV. in the a
I leerp TM of
Tallahassee-The; federal; aid highway I automobile accident the associa- tookyard. Ioaa* b4 dlJrrt I 0e

system now embraces 1,883 miles, tion to later reimburse Elliott. fast a ouch hi* boa tabbed i W
according to Information received I and Tom wn taken to a Dell

here from the Bureau of Public Road: l Plant City-Fire of undetermined hospital /Stubborn* bjtrtal. (rf t
ftlnat .
of the United States department of origin destroyed nearly a half block --i iE thole*,*dull totu i"....rly ....:.en;: 1 qm

agriculture. This compares with 3-1 of frame buildings here. Tho largo I peal of A .WVAVUIIV social Svp .

770 miles in North Carolina, 3,032 in structures. on South Collins street I EI E-- .ent..Ivottt hi* ralSa u wee "eJ..
I including <". II. Luke' blacksmith and the -rker by hln flit .
in South Carolina, 3,016 in Virginia, I The "', ,! I a c o p, a M.qrot1't /, (
truck body plant and ales stabled of '" ,' r
3,872 in Alabama, 5,628 in Georgia a 'ma r icken farm ca
3,254 in Kentucky, and 3,050 miles in C. E Cason and company were total-
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negro was sentenced by Judge to A. be V. I I 'll- I HIS O. K. I IN! NOVEMBER' I
Long in Alachua county court j
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HONORING:. j profusely adorned with pastel shaded :Mr.: Looneys school closes this '!streets and substantial sidewalks already -

/ I!MRS CYRUS SISTRCNKMrs. i hand-made roses, was her sister's week. We are sorry to hear he is contemplating laid.
Ci <31A I I maid of honor. Especially becoming' moving from Starke. He A list of tie business houses includethe -
G. M. Sistrunk and Mn.: C. A.
faithful worker for the Interests Pharmacy
was her hat of pink horsehair braid, has been a following: : Metropolitan -
<- e Futch were charming hostesses at a poke shaped andwith a cluster of of Starke. W. B. Haynes Co., Cohen, Fried-

bridge party Wednesday afternoon,',pink rosebuds nestling on one side.i Prof. Young is preparing to close man & Co., Bradford County Bank
ay given in honor of Mrs. Cyrus Sistrunk. *i Yen, indeed, the loveliness of this his school with a flourish. Nearly ,:'Farmer &: Ens'ey Bros., Mrs Annie

.--- ---.- of Eustjs. wedding,I should be an Inspiration to every pupil will be heard from in Driggers. T. A. Knight & Co., U. D.
The rooms were prettily decorated some of the future brides this fall, some way, music, recitation or tab Miner, S. L. Kramer &: Co., Starke
? IlhoJle'H' 20 trod IOU with vases of yellow and white daisies I I I who are already planning theirs leau. Colored lights will be used in II I Drug Co., G. C. Livingston, J. G.

Six tables ,were' arranged for [Tampa Tribuen. some pieces, which always) give an attractive I i Alvarez, J. W. Hodges W. A. Crosby. -
HOPVE-DURDEN: Helen and Maude Hoppe. of Apalachicola bridge with a dish'. of home made candies I I I
I I glow. J. :1. AI.arezIrs.: Sistrunk, J,W.
$> WEDDING:. SOLEMNIZED:. cousins of the groom; Mr. on each table. After four tablesof ENTERTAINSMERRY:. The train
I I longest running through ,White C. P. Cason, I. O. Prevatt, M.
and Mrs. O, L. Beasley, of Starke, bridge had been played it was I WORKERS Starke here Monday consisting
passed : Leviton.
The following account was clipped ..sister and brother-in-law of the bride; found that :Mrs. F. F. Stump held high i
Times. Mrs I I :Mrs. W. E. Middjton delightfully of 20 cars of fine logs. i Fine Calumet hams, lie pound, at
from Thursday' Tampa and Miss Frances
Mrs. C. L. May score and was given a lovely hand
I entertained the Workers J. Q. Adams has made a very agree- :Hobson, the cash merchant, Lawtey.
attractive visitor Merry sewing
has been an and cousinof i ,
flcppe Ga.
I Battle, of Albany aunt painted bud vase. Mrs. Frank Hoover his ;
able addition to store on Call
C in Starke on several occasions and the bride; Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dur received, as a consolation, a box of j' club with a lovely porch party of TEN YEARS AGO
the roof
street in
I shape a over
her marriage will be of great interest den, of Hampton, aunt and uncle of linen handkerchiefs. The honoree was Monday afternoon at her home on the sidewalk.)
to her many friends here. the bride. presented with a handsome set of I Madison avenue. Work on the East Starke drainage
t One of the most interesting event flower baskets. After enjoying an afternoon sew J. W. Morgan, who has been absent district has been completed.The
Mrs. Hoppe is the charming daughter woven !
for some little time in Atlanta,
took last eveningat ing and chatting the guests were served
of-the season place Bradford Bank
Delicious refreshments of brick ice County moved
of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. I Ga., has returned safe and sound.
the First Baptist church, when the food cake served a refreshing salad course. I this week from its old location the
. She.1'< n graduate of Hillsborough cream and agel were W. E. Duncan i Is learning telegraphy I at
? wedding of Mist Clara Mae Durdento high school and attended college at I at the close of the evening I GAINESVILLE PARTYAT fast. corner of Call and .Thompson streets

Clarence Crimble Hopp was (JTallahasiee, She ia a popular member Those enjoying this lovely affair KINGSLEY LAKE to the new bank building at corner

solemnized.The of the v-._--- set and has been honored were: Mesdames F. F. Stump, N. TWENTY-FOUK YEARS AGO of Call and Walnut.
background> for the ceremonywas with many delightful .prenuptial Sternberg G. M. Inman, T. C. Morris, The following young people, of I While excavating for the cesspoolnear
formed by folds of white domestic courtesies.Mr. H. II. Young, A. W. Anderson, S L. Gainesville, are speeding several daysat Miss Amelia Ray departed Monday the new high school buildingsome

..' hung from the chancel rail, and with Hoppe is originally from St. Peek, J. L. Peek, A. S. Crewr, Ed. the Cook cottage at Kingsley lake: for Owensboro, Ky., where she will I colored laborers unearthed five

.. strips of ferns and roses extending Louis, Mo., but hal lived in Tampafor Burns, L. Wyman, F. I,. Turner, E. Misses Theresa Graves, Huldah Snel- I spend the summer with relatives. rude board coffins Thursday morn
down. At each end of the rostrum the past two years and has madea M. Davis, J. R. Davie W. E: Davis, son, Corine Spencer, Dorothy Mc- Perse L Gaskina arrived Saturday
r was a palm, and in the center two host of priends here. L. G. Poweell. E. S. Matthews, C. F. Clamrock, Lillian Long Nancy Baker, from Lawrencevflle, N. J., where he ing.Lake Butler item-A new brick

tall pedestal basket filled with roses Mr. and Mrs. Hoppe will make Hoover, J. C. Hoover, G. A. Collins, Virginia McCraw, Mr. Buddy Williamson. has been attending the Princton annex post office building is to be built byG.
were placed. Strips of white tulle their home with the bride's parents E. R. Neff, E. L. Biggs. J. W. An Mrs. Gibbs is chaperoning the and will spend the holidays here F. Markillie.

marked the seats reserved for rela Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden on South drews, Jr.. J. C. Robinson, O. L. Beas party. with his mother. I Hot weather records for June were

Lives and close friends Dakota avenue. ley, C. II. Sistrunlc and N. D. Wxin- CURRENT The Telegraph has to perform the smashed in many parts of the United
The nuptial music was in charge of wright, Misses Florence and Jean. I EVENTS" SOCIALThe unpleasant duty of announcing that States this week, and Starke did not
Mrs. E. II. Hart. Mrs. Hart was assisted MISS RANGE ENTERTAINSFOR nette Matthews, Ai'' en Alvarez.. Ma the celebration announced for the escape the torrid wave.B. .

by Mr. E. L. Filcher, violinist, MISS CLARA MAE DURDENMiss 'bel Weller. spacious home of Mr. and Mrs.F. Fourth of July has been abandoned.Miss B. H pson! contemplates the

and Mrs. Claude Park, vocalist. The A. Scott was the scene of an interesting Isabel Peek entertained a opening of a fashionable ice cream
Elizabeth Range is entertaining MRS. LEWIS ENTERTAINS:
following program was presented: party on Friday evening when number of her friends Tuesday evening parlor in the near future.
home South Dakota
; Organ, "Romance" (Zitterbart); I the adult classes of First Baptist with games and music. The peaceful slumber of Major
avenue, with a bridge party, honoring
"The World is Waiting for the Sun Miss Clara Mae Durden, bride- Mrs. Ivah Lewis was hostess Thurs church met in their monthly business "Among the Breakers" was charm- Hans Austin was rudely disturbed
t rise" (E. Seitz); vocal solo, "All For elect of tomorrow! evening, this after- day morning to a swimming: party in 'and social session. The attractive ingly presented at the Opera House Monday night by Elder Williams who

Vou"D'Hardelph); organ "Wayside noon at 3:30: o'clock. compliment to her charming cousin, ',! rooms and porches were brilliantly) :Monday night by home talent. The rained a hue and cry when he discov-
F Flowers" (Wilson); violin, "The :Miss Iris Epperson, who is her guest j I lighted and showed to good advantage parts were well taken. J. S. Brown as ered some miscreant in the major's
Sweetest Story Ever Told"; organ, The tables are to be placed in the for two weeks. Accompanied by the j the lovely bowls and baskets of: Larry Divine, A. E. Wall as "Scud," : melon patch.

i "Andants-Richmond";; vocal) solo, "At living room and dining room, and honor guest, Bee Swinson, Virginia |I shasta daisies and zenias, the class: the colored servant, Miss Eva Truby' The growing sentiment in favor of

Y Dawning" (Cadman); "Bridal Cho Miss Range has decorated these wMth DuPre, Sarah Caldwell, and Elizabeth colors of red and white, placed artis- as Bess Starbright, :Miss: Mary Gilesas a smooth and hard surfaced road
I rus" from Lohengrin was used as the a profusion of pink and blue hydran Philips, Mrs. Lewis droveout to. Kiss- I tically to greet the eye and add their Biddy Bean, Mrs. D. J. McLeod as from Starke to Kingsley lake found

processional: and during the ceremony geas.! The tallies ere of bride design, Ingen Springs about aix-thirty o'clock charm to the evening's pleasure Mother Carey, Claude Alvarez as expression at a meeting at the court
t1 "Love Sends a Little Gift of and the prizes carry out the pink and and after a refreshing! swim, the )I The meeting opened with devotional Peter Paragraph, Miss Ollie Weeksas house Saturday, and it is expectedthat

R4>ees" was softly played. blue color scheme To her honor guest party returned to Mrs. Lewis' home, I services led by the president, Mrs. Miss Minnie Daze, F. H. Long, as at least $1,500 will be subscribed -
} Sohn's "Wedding MarcU" was user Miss Range is giving a handsome where an appetizing breakfast awaited I Scott, followed by the transaction of: David Murray, E. P. Duncan as Hon. by the end of this week. Messrs.

r'f as the recessional.The pink boudoir lamp) and the holder of I them.-Bartow Record business before the classes, reportsof Bruce Hunter, and Rodman Jones as A. V. Long!, II. C. Richard, C. L Peek
.r. ushers, Mr. M. W. Lloyd and highest score will be presented with a committees etc., after which the the ward of Hunter, did their partsto ,and E. S. Matthews wend appointeda
)Ir. Ted Fuller, were first to enter. reading light of pink silk, for the bed. HONORING" classes enjoyed; a social hour in current splendid advantage.In committee to confer with the Clay-

They were followed by Miss Slayton The second prize is a boudoir mirrorof MISS MONA ALDERMAN events, music, recitations, etc. Justice Gardiner's court Monday county authorities in reference to'

MeKillop[ bridesmaid, and Mr. Charlie I ivory, ornamented with daintyrose Miss Blanche Alderman was the Mrs. G. W. Alderman Chairman of Jsne Strong, negress, was sentenced the: two milea of road in Clay county.
Berry coming down opposite aisles buds, and a box of stationery will charming hostess at a surprise party the social committee assisted by Miss to three months for larceny. Starke has a large number of auto-

and) crossing in front of the chancel. console the holder of l low-score. Monday evening given in honor of her Free Wynn and Miss Mona Alderman Orlando has made an enviable reputation mobiles and ought to provide at least

Then came Miss Frances Battle, another At the conclusion of the games a sister, Miss Mona Alderman, whose served dainty refreshments of punch for the many miles of clayed on road suitable for pleasure riding.
bridesmaid, of Albany, Ga., and delicious two-course luncheon will be and sandwiches. I
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birthday waa on this date. Music .. ,
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Mr. Dan Van Arsdale, groomsman served Assisting Miss Range are i jolly game were enjoyed until a late I me Classes adjourned the monthlymeetings -----

!coming down opposite aisles, and followed Mrs, William Dupree, Mrs. Frank hour after which delicious refreshments : until the third Friday in
by Miss Justine Savarese, Davies, Mrs. Herbert Gray, Miss I September.ON .
of ice cream and .wafers were GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
bridesmaid, and Mr. Tom Spencer, Janet Durden andMrs. George Cary. :
groomsman, Mrs. Herbert Gray, Miss Range has filled eight tables Those. attending this lovely party I &. RITCH
.1 matron of honor, and Miss Jeannette for bridge, and has also invited a were: Misses Isabel Sullen Eunice Why not try a spend-the-day picnicat REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

Durden, maid of honor, next entered number of tea guests.-Tampa Daily Perkins, Eleanor Hedges, Mona and Kingsley: Park (Howe's Landing) ? INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE.

down the center aisle, and then came Times, June 17th. Blanche Alderman, Messrs. Thomas. Good music, bathing, boating, and ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE
the little flower girls, also down the! '
JOLLY PICNIC Limbaugh Wilbur Scott Hugh fishing. Everybody welcome except BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
center aisle. Powell Orie Wiggins I the John Barleycorn family and Mr.
GIVEN AT SPRINGS I Brownlee, Jr., John -
Miss Slayton MeKillop wore a short I Mr. and Mn. G. C. White and I and Mrs. Roughhouse and family. MADE PROMPTLY

waisted pink georgette, sleeveless, and I A jolly crowd composed of Misses Mn. G. W. Alderman.IN : Don't forget the dinner baskets.
with the lace shoulders trimmed with Kathleen Clark, Ins Epperson, Addie !t, COMMITTEE.: -
hand-made pink roses. The shoulderswere (I Davis, Mrs. Ivah Lewis, Messrs. R. "1 IIONORsOKMRS. :. I II "COUlD BETTER FEIT1LIZER BE VAjE) WE WOULD YALE IT"

daintily embroidered with green 10. Livingston. Wade Freeman, Paul : E. P. KINGMrs. I ENTERTAIN:. WITH BUFFET Bcfora baring tft ear new April pri .U.t ./ .r. "S1MOM. PVRK" u* GEM
leaves, forming a vine. The skirt, of Craig, Al Wilson and George Shirod, I i SUPPER FOR BRIDAL PARTY BRANDS"bJ.k k.'. .... U. .ta....... .t Q.illtr f.r U.. put l.rtj TMK wtt*
pink georgette" was fashioned with a I J. W. Edwards -'entertained I ,J..... (..__ Prier .l..,.. right QMlitr ciuid...... ... th. e..._.. kit U. .are
flounce and scallops, trimmed of Tampa, motored to Klssingen delightfully at a swimming party last 'I Members of the Hoppe-Durden wed- f., _.!... AIM pric 11a..t ImtetictrfM.. 8pr 7.n. D..Ura .... D..... 1t2. AJm.-
deep Springs Tuesday evening. The swimming II me .U BOW reads writ ., _
with-roses and vines,, and a wide. tiandat (i Thursday afternoon at Lake Kings : party were entertained by Mr. J
lace. Her hat, a "Little Old NewYork" I was fine but the main featureof ley in honor of her sister, Mrs. E. P. and Mrs. A. C. Durden at their homeon E .O. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, FlaTLW
the outing was the supper served Ga. The i South Dakota, after the rehearsal
,. poke model, was of pink horse. I King, of Vienna, guests enjoyed -
with I I "A-La-Camp" with Bub Livingstonhead a hour of swimming and vrertr of the wedding at the First Baptist ', --- ------
hair braid and trimmed pink I
C1uf.I then served delicious fruit salad ,, church.
battle and'Mica
roses. The dresses of Miss
Suvareie were made like MissX.kKillop'I I I Miss Iris Epperson, "A Sweet Girl course. I The rooms were decorated with II I
of';' Graduate," from Starke, Florida, is Those enjoying this delightful occasion wicker and cut glass) baskets filled I
Miss( Battle' being I I
visiting her cousin, Mrs. Ivnh Lewis were: Mesdames: E. K. Perry- with pink roses and tied with blue
blue georgette worn over pink j I
net, and Miss Savarese's of pink. All< at the Epperson home on Wilson Ave. man, C. F. Sayles, of Miami, J. C. 'tulle and ferns.

; the bridesmaids carried roses and'Biirtow RecordSUIMMINC Robinson, E. S. Matthews, D. C.I i. A delicious buffet supper, consist. I t

> valley lilies and showers of pastel Ip I : PARTY Jones, C. W. Chalker, of Baltimore, ing of chicken: salad, hot rolls, olives, !

shaded ribbons. Mrs. Gray wore a'' FOIl .\ATTRACTIVE ITOn 'Md., G. W White, J. Alderman, Gill, :stuffed dates and pineapple ice, was ,I i
of trimmed in J. :M. Mitchell: S. L. Peek, H. M. Snyder -: served
gown pink georgette:
M ; bands of Margot lace. From the sides I The social activities of the younger R. O. Daniel, of Sarasota and E. I, To each of her attendants :Miss I,

fell cascades of blue ortrich. Her hat set have been stimulated the past P. Xing. Misses Jeannette and Flor- ., Durden gave handsome silver brace-

was of pink horsehair braid, faced I week by the presence of Miss Iris ence Matthews.\ lets, to the maid of honor,

with blue, and trimmed with pink Epperson, who has been the honorguest 'I and bridesmaid: novelty slave
SOCIAL CHATTERBY bracelets, and to the little flower ,
at delightful-functions. :
mult. The many
roses. She carried a pink t SUZANNEThe :. :. ,
double bangle bracelets. Mr.
'' The maid of honor, :Miss Jeannette A swimming party complimentingMiss I I Hopne I
Durden wore a blue georgette over ; [ Epperson was given, Monday wedding of Clara Mae Durdvn presented each of his attendants witha I II
evening, by her cousin, Mrs. Lewisat the week silver belt buckle.-Tampa Times I I
blue talfcU. The bouffant skirt was and Clarence Hoppe past ',
trimmed with different shades of > Crystal Beach" pavilion and was at-I was really and truly the prettiest )Wednesday. I

pastel roses. The tiny flower girls, tended by the following young Tampa society has seen in some time. II I I Mr. Joseph C. Allen, of Orange II (
Miss Betty Jo Minis and :Miss Frances pie: j 1.1"(111- i I Such- lovely girls In such marvelously Park has purchased the old Canova Ii I- m
Ntely Ctadwell, had butterfly dresses | :Misses Bee Swinson, Louise Holland ; lovely frocks, pne seldom sees, to say place at Lake Kinicsley and intends

} of pink tulle over pink satin, trimmed i Virginia DuPre, Edna Caldwell nothing of the nice looking men in the 1 I to make improvements on it and with

with frills. They, carried garden hats I Elizabeth Philips Mildred Morris bridal party. The pink and blue colorscheme his family spend the summer months J i
filled with pink radiance roses. Olive Schell, Sarah Caldwell Grace was beautifully carried out in 1 there. I I

7 The little ring beArer Miss Madge Gillman, Pearl Dean, Edith Hughes the gowns of the maid of honor matron I I LJULY FOURTH

?e' Glenn, wore a frock of blue voile over and the honoree Iris Epperson and of honor, bridesmaids flower

blue and silver taffeta. She carried the Messrs. Robert Hughes, Robert girls and ring bearer, the daintiest of TODAYTHIRTYSEVEN : I
a ring in the heart of a late pink rose. I 1 Brown.Trenton Darts, Monte Campbell 'chiffon in these entrancing shades being I J; I'I

''v The bride entered down the center : Carl Owensby Bothwell Philips, used, and some of these embroidered I

y aisle. Her gown was of Molly 0 crepe, | l.amar Lancaster Henry Lewis, Fort with green leaves and from beneath YEARS AGO t

made in straight tines, the neck, arms j iBoj-a, Arthur Holland Wade Free- filmy oversklrts were to be seen We are going tohelp
and court train being embroidered in man and Perry King. clusters of tiny French flowers in the Editorial-JerT Davis has been re- I
pearls and crystals. Her veil of real After a refreshing dip in the clearwater pastel Ihade. Little Betty Jo Mims ported as about to visit Washington, : I

d" lace, was caught err either side with I of Eagle Lake, the young people and Frances Neely Caldwell, flower the first time since 1861. A few days I i CelebrateINDEPENDENCE
orange blossoms. She carried a shower enjoyed with keen relish the delightful girls in pink frocks, looked like roses ''ago he said to a friend; "I have been f

bouquet of bride roses and lilies of fried chicken sandwiches, themselves escaped from the overflowing '''invited to go to Washington as the I II
the valley. Her only ornament was a ((salad, cake and iced tea served in garden hats which they car i| guest of the rifle cpmpany of Vicksburg .

strand of pearls, the gift of the bridegroom. j the pavilion.The ried and little :Madge Wright Glenn, which 1 appreciate very much, : DAY i
I weather was Ideal; the moon was fairy-like in a frock of blue, 'but I have not thought of going. I I I
The bridegroom came from a side lending charm to the beauty of the hand-embroidered in pink flowers. I never expect to see Washington again.It I '

entrance and joined the bride at the I evening and the eight mile ride back Clara Mae made a lovely bride indeed, has been a great many years since Bradford
alter. He was attended by Mr. Troy to'town was no small part of the her exquisite wedding gown bringing j II was there and the country has un- c County I II

C. {Preston as belt man. evening' enjoyment.-Bartow Record. forth expressions of admiration from 'dergone many changes. It would be Stronghold"i

After the wedding a reception was MISS EPPERS.ON ENTERTAINEDAT :. everyone. Modeled on slender lines ''pleasant to view the scenes in and I Established
held at the home of the bride' parents \RTOW along the new silhoutte and enveloped' -(bout Washington which were once 1889

)I... anSI Mrs. A. C. DoHen, on South with the court' train over which so familiar\ to me, though I doubt if I
Dakota avenue. The bride 'and 'bridegroom Miss Iris Epperson is spending the I her bridal veil of tulle and lace fell .1 would hardly recognize the city "Bradford County's Hnincia!

a left during the evening 'fOT a day with a bevy of college girls bolding in, graceful folds, caught here and 'now, as it has improved and grown into I
motor trip throughout the state. The a "house party" at the Seward I there with orange blossoms, the testunie a magnificent city. No, I shall never I

bride's traveling dress was of navy cottage on Eagle Lake. Miss Epper. I was wonderfully effective./' Slay- see Washington again.. I'm getting I fi i
blue canton crepe, trimmed with baby son is delighted to have the opportunity ton :McKUlop. Frances Battle and I too old to travel. I :

Irish lace, and with accessories In tan. to meet these young ladles with Justine Savarese were bridesmaidswhile I The city council passed an ordi- .
Ou -ftownrUestl/ who attendedthe whom she hopes to renew acquaintance Mrs. Herbert Gray was matronof nance requiring all trains to slow to
wedding were: Mr. and Mn. A. at the Woman's College at Tallahassee I honor, and Jeannette Durden. Ina four miles an hour at all traveled

MeKillop, of Mulberry; Misses next falL-Bartow Record. beautSuI and artistic gown of. blue streets of the town of Starke.

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Mrs. L. W. Strickland, of Jacksonville
I is CHURCH OF CHRIST west of Lawtey, on graded road!, route FOR SALE-40< acres land, 7-rootn:
visiting her mother Mrs. Gill. Usual services Sunday, the pastor
it bungalow, celled inside, good water
preaching if MA health permits. Let ,
of LocalI11ior111ati011 @ Mr.: and :Mrs. L. A. Wynn, of Hampton all members be present. Come one, I FOR SALE-Nine-pigs, Duroc, BerkshIre nean'i ehurchM and schools; near

were in Starke Monday. come all and Hampshire; crossed. C. State Farm; altnated. ,#best farming

W. E. DAUGHERTY, Letsch, east of Old Paul Canova ... section Bradford county) famous
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley returned Minister. farm, three quarters mile welt of for trucking, strawberries and
from Jacksonville last Friday, hard road. its general farming. 25 'acres cleared: ,'
Concerning Our People, Business and BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINThe belong* to a corporation that must

Progress In the County and Town. I F. F. Stump is attending to business services of the church on Sun- LOST-Larsro pink cameo pin, octa-|I "Vll100 down, 6 years on balance.
matters in Trenton this week. day are as follows: Bible school at Ronshnpod gold band. Reward if returned Apply to O. M. Inman, Starke Fin.
I 0:45 a. m. each Sunday, Prof. Wiggins to this office. tf 425tiNo
III 'J Miss Iris Brown, of Brooker, is the Superintendent.There .
Harold C. Wall was in Gainesville Mrs Robert Tanner, of Baldwin, guest of Miss Evelyn Stump this will be no preaching serviceIn -
Friday.Bill was called to Starke week. the morning. This the )
being fifth
by the death of / -- ----- --- -
her father, Mrs R. S. Powell Sunday the union meeting of the New I
Epperson spent last weekendat Mrs. F. L. Turner and :Miss Thelma River Association Is being held at the
home. REDUCTION SALE STERNBERG'S Holtzendore spent Tuesday in Jack Graham Baptist church at which placeDr.

sonville. Bullen will preach at 11:00: a. m.
Charley Johns was here for the Rev T. J. Hedges and son, Glenn, Evening service at the regular time Electricliances

/ week-end. have been visiting Rev Hedges'' sister, Mrs. T: J. Griffin/ and little grand- 8:00.The: ,
Mrs. J. R. Cahoon, of Tampa. daughter, Gloria, spent Wednesday Sunbeams and J. B. Y. P. U.
G. W. Alderman visited Jackson- In Jacksonville.Mrs. ; have charge of thin service., Under
ville Friday.Col. Mrs. Godbolt and son, James of i the direction of Mrs. J. F. Kickliter I

Jacksonville, are visiting Mrs. God. R. L. McDowell, of JAckson- a very helpful andmteresting program .
Frazee spent one day last weekat bolt's sister, Mrs. S. S. Dowlin ville, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Is to be presented. 'III'IIIIQ".''rIot. ,
Pablo Beach. Mrs. John Uglow. D, Y. P. U. at 7:00: I q

The Presbyterian Sunday school The regular prayer and praise ser -
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Smith spent had heir annual picnic on Lake Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Campbell, of vice Wednesday evening at 8:00.:
Sunday in Jacksonville.Mr. Kingsley at Truby's landing, today. Welaka, spent from Tuesday to Fri- TilE TAXATION IMPASSEIn ,
day visiting friends in Starke.
G. M. Inman was in Jacksonville Misses Eunice Perkins and Blanche a recent Senate debate, purely: ,

Friday on business. Alderman attended an Epworth Lea- Mrs. J. L. Shriver, Miss Marguerite scoring political in character and intent Senator on j)j one in this day and age would thinkof
social in Shriver and Lewis Shriver partisan advantage,
gue Lawtey Friday night. of Brooker
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell spent Tuesdayin were visitors to Starke on Monday. Borah interjected a more serious note I cutting hay with a small hand scythe. It

Jacksonville on business. Misses Free, Marylee and Elaine by warning that no nation so young I is foolish
just as to continue in obsolete
as the United States ever assumed ,' an
Wynn, of Hampton were week-end Miss Lucile Mitchell spent Tuesday .
REDUCTION SALE STERNBERG'SL. so vast a burden of debt and taxation. of running home The idle elec-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. and Wednesday in Jacksonville, way your
the guest of Miss Margaret Pome- Reviewing the monumental figures,
II. Hill, of Lawtey, was attendIng Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Grau of Starke roy. with a prospective federal and local tric sockets in your home carry power

to business here Monday. have returned home after spendinga i total: debt threatening to reach 36 bll- which at a twist or push from finger-
month visiting in Cincinnati, Ohio. A. Z. Adkins and daughter, Hazel, Ions at the end of 1D2J, he declared
Miss Helen Wilson, of Jacksonville, and Miss Louise Fernandez motoredto that public economy has becomo "(he tips, mean ease and comfort.
; is visiting Miss Louise Peek.H. REDUCTION SALE STERNBERG'SOwen Jacksonville Tuesday. Mrs. Adkins most vital question in American poll-I
will tics." And it is a national ,
return home with them. Electric equipment modernizes
L. Johns, of Lake Butler, was a Griffin, who is spending part not a party question | I I
j business visitor to Starke Tuesday. of his summer vacation with relativesin Rev. T. C. Shaw, of the Chicago: lie said: "We shall pass a tax bill I your home and eliminates drudgery I
Jacksonville last week-end so It is said, reducing taxes some I
spent Presby try, will be in Starke Sunday TOASTERS
Miss Claudia Terry, of Lawtey at home. and will preach morning and eveningat $::250,0(>0,000, increase current obliga-! |
[spent Tuesday with friends in Starke. the Presbyterian church. All invited tions some $4,000,000,000 and go 1 PERCOLATORS
:Mrs A. Z. Adkina spent from Saturday to attend. home to report to our constituenciesthat AMERICAN BEAUTy IRONS
Dr. W. E. MIcMlfton has purchased i until Wednesday in Jacksonville, wo have lightened their burdens." "
la lot on Pine street at Kingsley lake. the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. L. Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Newsom and Truly the present terms is "a bur- WAFFLE IRONS

Brlggs. daughter, Margie, also Mrs. 'New.som' den and menace," and the Senator I TABLE STOVES ,

JoeHill Williams, of Lake Butler, mother, Mrs. Trowbridge, all of decares that "extravagance and corruption -I I Obtain one piece this week and starta
Was a business visitor to town Mon- Misses Clara and Inez Moitt, of Jacksonville, spent several days of are both plants from the I
day. Jacksonville, spent the weekend in last week here as guests of Mr. and same putrid soil" | new era of Comfort in your Home ;
Starke with their sister, Mrs. P. E. Mrs. R. A. Newsom.' Tax the people, tax with care, ,
{REDUCTION SALE STERNBERG'SMr. Johns To help the multi millionaire,

Wilbur Scott, of DeLand, came Sun. Tax the farmer, tax his fowl, I Keep' Comfortable and Cool :
and 1lrs.Ia1lory! Jones of Mr. William Edwards' young son day to spend a week with his parents, Tax the dog, tax his howl. I
(Jacksonville are visiting relatives in has returned from a Jacksonville>> Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Wilbur hasa Tax his hen and tax her eggs, .
(Starke.E. hospital where he was placed due to vacation of two weeks, but spent and let the blooming mud sill beg. I Whether at work or getting the best comforts f
his illness the first week of it in Tampa at the Tax his pig and tax its squeal, I almost ,
of home Electric Fan in-
S. Matthews has returned froma I Epworth League Assembly. Tax his boots, run down at heel; an is

week's business trip to Roanoke, REDUCTION SALE STERNBERG'SMrs. Tax his horses, tax his lands dispensable. They turn hot nights into ii'
[Virginia. Rev W. O. Kersey and Mrs. Kersey Tax his blisters on his hands.
N.. D, Wainwright and Mrs. J. of Cedar Key were entertained at the Tax his plow, tax his clothes: cool ones. 1
Mrs. C. F. Sayles and Mrs. C.L. Peek I JL. Frazee returned from a visit in Baptist parsonage over the week-end Tax the rag that wipes his nose; ,
[went to Jacksonville on business Jacksonville and Pablo Beach Monday Rev. Kersey Ailing the pulpit In the Tax hU house and tax his bId, I We have the best fans on the market-

[(Tuesday.H. I afternoon.Mrs. Baptist church in the absence of the Tax the bald spot on his head.

pastor, Dr. J. J, Bullen. Tax the ox, and tax the ass, I GENERAL ELECTRICand
L. Stevenson left last week for R. O. Daniel and son, Russell, Tax his "Henry," tax the gas;
a trip through the country to Fitts- of Sarasota, are spending some time Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Marks, of De- Tax the road that he must pass, others.
I' the price is higher than for
burg, Pa.REDUCTION. mother Win. Land Make him the no
with Mrs. Daniel's Mrs. and Miss Fannie Darby who travel on grass.
Edwards. has been,visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marks) Tax his cow and tax the call,
( SALE STERNBERG'SW. ;I \ arrived Thursday. Mr. andIrs.! Tax him If he dares to laugh, I DeWITT C. JONES
I I Mrs. W. P.'" Robinson and children, darks will go from hero to Wash- lie IK not a common man, so
P. Robinson, of Jacksonville, of Jacksonville, are visiting Mr. and ington and Baltimore.Mrs. Tax the -UIIII" Just all you can. I
I spent Sunday with his brotlfer, J. c.1|I I :Mrs. J. C. Robinson at their home on Tax the laborer, but bo d crect, HARDWARE

I Robinson. I II I{|i Lake Kingsley. Alice Shelbourne and Mrs. Tax him to walk the streets, I STARKE FLORIDA
Eva Powell of Cocoa here lust
were Tax his breath and tax his meat, ,
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull attended Misses Ethel Griffin and Audrey : week. Mrs Shelbourne is county superintendent Tax his shoes clear off his feet, I
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the Postal Convention in Clearwater Johns Messrs. Harold C. Wall and C. of schools of llrevnrd Tax tho payroll, tax the sale -- ..
I last week. I I Christy motored to Gainesville Sun- County and is up thin. way arranging Tux his hard earned paper kale. .
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'' her teachers for the -- -- --- -- --- -----
day afternoon. coming year. Tux his pipe and tax his smoke, ,' .
Rns Brinson, of Fiftone, spent this i Teach him that Government: Is no joke.I I -- -

[week-end with his sister, Mrs. J. E. ,ICorpeninJt. 1 Messrs. J. W. Townsend and T. M. :Monday afternoon the Baptist Missionary ,Tax their coffins and shrouds.
[ I Ii,Riherd, two prominent citizens of society held Its regular business ,Tax their soul beyond the clouds..
i Lake Butler, were attending to busl- and program meeting at tho Tax all business, tax the shop,
E. L. Miner left Salurday afternoon :(ness matters here Monday. home of Mrs. G. W. Alderman. Exceptional Tax their incomes and stocks;
[for New Smyrna, where he will take { devotional services were Tax the living, tax thedead I wet
la position. s REDUCTION SALE STERNBERG'S conducted by Mrs. A. M. Darby, president Tax the unknown before they are fed.
I of the club. The subject of study ,Tax the water, tux the air
[REDUCTION SALE STERNBERG'S i Mrs. Archibald l Thomas! and baby of for the afternoon was Europe and wait Tax the sunlight if you dare. I
|1 Starke have been the truest of rela- successfully led by Mrs. J. F. Kick- Tax them all and tux them well,

Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children, of tives and friends in Lake Butter a few liter After the meeting Mrs. Alderman Tax them to. th- gII"< <>f IMI.
[Brooker. were visitors to Starke I i days.-Unlon County Times. served refreshing lemonade and rums T, nAIt p.H. : i
[Wednesday.! ,j jr cake. I II

I I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoppo, who
r Mr. Bryan Parks, of Atlanta, Is. were recently married, are spending Circle No. 2 of the Baptist Missionary I
pending a while with his fath r'Dr. ;, part of their honey moon with Mrs Society met last week at the home IrENT-A-WO-RD]
[W. B. Parks. .Jtoppe's sister, Mrs. O. L. Beasley. ef Mrs. O. J. Griffin. Tho regular I Ill
devotional services were held and the ? Way

:Miss Nellie Stearns is visiting reta- :Mr. and Mrs McNeil, Mrs. La :Mira routine business! attended to and then I I II P I 'I Yl
Lives and friend in several cities of Graham and Mr. Jack Durden motored every one worked on the things Unit II I
North Carolina. I I to Starke Sunday and spent the went in a missionary box. This box I -
day with :Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. wan sent to Mr. and Mrs. Graham, FOR SALE-Furnished cottage. at I

Mrs.\ Jim Jones and Mrs. W. J. who are the Baptist missionaries to Kinitsley lake. F. A. Scott. It.. I
I the Indians in New :Mexico :Mm.
.I Tones' are on Swindle lake for a R. J. Davis motored to Jacksonville
( FUR SALK Ford Priced
Griffin served sandwiches, wafers and II
: 1rHk'1I Bahtila a.# ; .".3 uqIJ' Sunday and was accompanied home iced, tea as refreshments. right. See F. J. Pattee, Starke. The Wife
i L J by Mrs. Davis, who has been spending ] Route A. It. I
REDUCTION SALE STERNBERG'SMiss a few days with her mother, Mrs1.
Tatum. CUT THE WEEDS!' IOU SALE:-Nice press peaches to It is the wife who starts the man on ,the road to success.-.lint by

Virgins Weeks, of Brooker, is The CItizens of Starke June: 23: 1021Ti can or eat. 76 crates now ready leading the way in the matter thrift.

[ this week in Starke with Rev. L. W. Kickliter. who has been Call or write E. M. Cowart, 4. miles
Next I there
week has been designated by In every family are handicaps<|uile. often seeming stagger
[friends and relatives. very sick for the past week, isj slowly -
city council all clean up week. An ing handicaps. but
His friends here you can trunl an earnest woman lo find a wsy.
many persons who fail to cut the weeds
Mrs. M. J. Stone and children! of will be glad to learn of this and hope From vacant lots or about their premises I 666 You would be surprised lo know the number of women in

lAJechua, are visiting Mrs.( Ston's to see him out soon. will have a lien levied against Starke who come here regularly each week la<>> deposit or invest
sister Mrs. E. M. Davis. I said the Ii a prescription for Malaria, Chill
[ property, city taking charge the family savings.
Mrs. Sally Smoke and nephew, and cutting weeds. and Fever Dengue or Bilious) Fever.It I

Mr. and Mrs. Wyman and little Flournoy Berry, of Wauchula, who W. E. MIDDLETQN, kill the ..cerm. I We extend i special invitation to all women c( i w e

daughter and Mrs. Ed. Burns motor- I have been spending several days with City Health Officer. I interested in the financial progress of .their families-*nd want to
ed to Gainesville Friday. :Mrs. W. L. Wall, left Wednesday _.............."" .._,.....:DI..II'COfflNS make effort thrift.
an lo practice We gladly welcome .the -
I morning for, Tallahassee. &: CASKETS G to explain fully the different ways of saving and of investing.
Rev. A. E. Dunham left Wednesdayfor A. J. Thomas has purchased at lot AM! a fall LJn eI
Syracuse N. Y., where ,he will :Mrs O. L. Beasley ha returned on Kingsley lake, on the north mile, Uadnrr/na : Start An Account Today
: spend the summer months. from Tampa where she has been at. Peek A Yarborough addition.
Compound Interest
tending the pre-nuptial events and P.1.. Barefoot is another purchaser AUTOMOBILE HEAR8KAJvarn Computed Quarterly I
REDUCTION,SALE ''STERNBERG'5: the wedding/ of her slater Miss Clara ot lake property in the above addition ass han4. Tha beat awrtr I i CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY, JULY 4th

i I Mae Durden, and Mr. Clarence! floppe. to Kincsley. at Ute tewMt price Bp..

Mr G. W. Brown Sir and Mrs. T. i Several other safes of lots in the del alUvtlm to UUiraph erR BANK OF STARKE
J. :Moore and ion, of Lawtey, were in ,; Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch: and Miss above addition are pending, the lots KtfUrUrad Eabal.er rDeWITT
Starke Saturday afternoon. i i Elizabeth Brownlee who have keen being well located and desirable. i Cl ,
relatives here for several j ) fl The
\isitlng I Colds Cause C. JONES Bank of Helpful Service '
) Unp sad Influenza :
who is attend days, left Monday for motor trip to .
Miss Ethel Griffin, STARKE, 16A''Jliflal _
N. C. where they will sfxnd'several LAXATIVE BltOMO QtmfTNZTtMM: mamvtknmm. I I I'
school in Gainesville !Asheville, r ASTARKE FLORIDA
ing summer Thin oof eoe >- Uuimut ,
was home for the week-end. weeks. : W GXOVTTS afe.""..ae.bo. .. Si. _..
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r.;;;;' T. can ...U.!...... the m.fllcbinuit ('previous dry weather has held the ant who attacked him from ambush !i ion tacked from ambush. A fusllade of
....... b-*cont moo in Innio than*a saltasmitv pur.tivi madcaUuirtta it unthracnose in check. Growers are the Lakeland-Auburndale road shots was fired three of them taking

FARMERS and FARMING prop.raq. I Ih realizing: results from dusting/ and Tuesday evening Vaughn was. returning effect on tbo motocycle. The first shot
spraying their melons.
Tuffs Pills i ir. ? home from a business trip to ,, tore a hole in the license tag:, the

- .. --. -- .. OkeechobeeThis has been a rainy Lakeland, when about midway be- second removed the top of the headlight -

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE ::;..to .... bow.l.. UMir uwral week. The tomato season is over and tween that city and Auburndale, near ; and the third pierced the rear

' ARTICLES/ OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND I the watermelons are now beginningto the section known as Carter was at- neat.

I TO UK BEST SUITED TO OUR CO LNTY through budding or packing materials move. This week 1 have been put- I

.. I originating in areas infested with ting the finishing touches on our
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------- and quarantined on account of cattle newly organized Citrus Growers As

l i'. TilE LIVESTOCK FARMER N.\(>Kit OK ASS FLORIDA'SrUBMlEIC fever tick infection. sociation. I Vaa 3S and Wife Arrive Home

1 NEEDS GOOD ".\Sl'UnESIn : SOILING CROP "It is hereby ordered that shipment Walton-Our farmers have about I _

order that dairying and livestock Those interested in providing themselves or movements of watermelons finished their oat crop and are plantin -

; farming may !be nucceusful and with a high yielding, extremely originating in the tick infested and one of the largest cowpea acre (

i-it profitable it is necessary that as palatable, quick growing soiling (quarantined areas of Florida or any ages In the history of the county. J JJ
other bedded with
much as possible of the feed consumed crop, that U not excelled In feeding state pine straw Much of this will be turned under in 4 4J

be grown at home( according \aluo by any of aimilar non-leirum- Into or through" tho state ,of GeorgiaIs preparation for next winter's settingof

'; to the opinion of one of Florida' I nious feeds might plant a patch of napier prohibited. fruit trees.

.. successful dairymen. grass. This in the recommendation Atlanta, Ga., June 21.-Judge Sam
Polk] Growers
r ,ares preparing to
Feed grown with the least amount I of W. E Stokes, grass and forag'e uel II. Sibley of the northern judicial June 9x C,1
apply the application of fertilizer w
of handling in the cheapest. Therefore crop specialist< of the Florida Experiment ,district of Georgia tody granted the', to citrus. The majority of citrus _

to pasture cattle means to min Station. restraining order to permit shipments |
I fruits have been shipped. Interest is
imize the handling feed by the Testa at the Florida Experiment of watermelons from Florida through ,
being shown in Bartow for the erection :
permanent I Station and at different points( over Georgia and suspended from enforce-I of a loading platform for all

i. I the State indicate that Napier grass ment, special order number growers.
) all livestock farms, particularly for is the premier soiling crop for Flor- sued by Peter Bahnsen, Georgia vet

\ \ cattle: and hogs.Aecurdng ida. It ia a pcrreniul and like Rhodes erinarian, as it applies to the case. Hamilton-AH crops are making a

I M to a statement recently "cross, Johnson grass, natal Brass and The judge's order also required that rapid growth. This is especially true

) given out by W. E Stukse, grans and ,guinea grass doe not have to be re- the complainant the Atlantic Coast of corn and tobacco. Quite a few

,I foruge crop specialist of the Florida I needed each year. Line railroad, place a bond of $10,000 I farmers pulled cotton squares this

Experiment Station, the seeding of I At this particular time of the year to cover any damages in Georgia week.

permanent pastures during the rainy joints or cuttings are not available, arising from shipments sent through Hendry The season of heavy .
Reason gives good! results Farmers and the must be the state in pine straw bedding.A .
grass propagatedfrom II
shipment of tomatoes from Clewistonis I Newest picture o, Cit !I's f, I 1'iuv- Republican Vice-Presidential
hearing on the case was set for
often ask what the best pasture divisions of the root clump. A about over. From eight to( fifteen --n:mop, u ; i IIH r r il t'1 .-U li ,IIP He and his wife were
grasses for Florida are. The Kxperi-' single root clump may be divided in- either June 30 or July 1, or as soon ,cars have been shipped daily since tit.il l In 10,1.1.1,. .l'

ment Station answers: bermuda, to several parts and each ia capableof as Judge Sibley can arrange a sitting all
April 20. They were grown on
carpet, dallas, bahia, and l leapedeza producing a new plant. The divisions with the other two( district judges. natural soil without fertilizer. I

I have proven to be best pasture !grasses of the clump, according to The petition/ for a restraining order Santa Rosa-This, week has found I: ......."' .. ...,..\... ..........' ''' 1BD''It1HIm IDmmm_ .,

j for Florida. Professor Stokes, should be set in was filed yesterday! after a conference, farmers and cotton club boys ,

t The bent pasture lands are the flat six foot rows with three feet betweenthe between Governor liar dee of Florida busily many engaged poisoning boll! weevils. II
andWalker of Georgia had failedto
:. woods lands, since they contain the plants in the row. However, the rain has retarded this I
. : moisture necessary to grass growth. Cultivation of napier grass is similar settle the issueEXTRACTS work to some extent. I 1 Why Ball BearingsAre

j : This however, does not mean that to that of corn. "The chief fer- .

A permanent pastures cannot be estab- tilizer, as has been brought out by FROM: COUNTY Ask Ma-She Knows.

lished on the better grades of ordinary work on the Experiment Station, is a AGENTS' REPORTS Guest-"I: understand you have an EssentialIn

farm land. nitrogen. 150/ to 200 pounds of nitrate e e e e a old city ordinance here which prohi-

i Farmers should not get the idea of soda or sulphate of ammonia 4 M ......... --... bits a man kissing his wife on Sun- i
t that need bed lor >,o the acre put on in two applications( Osceola-Groves are looking good day. What penalty?"
preparation pas- the operation of typewriter practically all of
tures is not important, because ex- has given good results. and fruit is holding well due to H ubby-"Why--er- I

perience has shown that S well prepared In addition to use as a soiling crop abundance of rain that we are havingat Wife (quick like)-"No husband I the wear and friction comes at three points--the type-

' seed bed is just as necessary I napier grass serves as a good emer- this time.SeminoleArranged. has as "yet ever been arested on that bar joints, the capital shift and the carriage runways. :
gency silage crop. "Though It is not charge.
for grass seed as it la for cultivated for two dem \
as high in feeding value ea corn or In the L. C. Smith & Bros the
crops. It is news to many people that : onstration plots of victor cowpeas. Winter Haven-Ben Vaughn, pop- typewriter typebar I

it requires three of four( weeks for sorghum, says Professor Stokes, "it Also mailed out 500 fertilizer tables ular motor sleuth of this city who is joints are ball bearing, so that every time a key is
has value than
a higher yeilding .
grass seed to germinate and thatduring' and with each a letter containing additional a deputy on the county sheriff's staff, struck the ball bearings make the
either of them. move
that time should be easy type
they information, as to compara- is alive and unharmed today becauseof
moist. When cut for soilage the Station tive values of a unit of plant food the speed of his motorcycle and ment. The capital shift moves up and down on ball
recommends when the
t To theme having permanent pas cutting grassis from various sources.IlillaboroughTomatoes. the untrustworthy aim of his assail- : bearings and ball bearings roll in the
l young and succulent, that is, 3 to runways on
tures Professor Stokes says: "Run 5 feet high. When cut for silage i it are moving I : which the carriage moves back and forth.
over the pasture 2 or :3 times during
should be 6 to( 8 feet high.
1 heavily. Watermelons and canta I
the with the
summer mower
weeds from seeding and bushes from Napier grins especially: suited loupes are selling for good prices on Says Calomel Consequently, whether the operator is striking the
as a green feed for dairy animals, the local platform. Other vegetables .
i growing up. At thU season of the keys, shifting for the capitals, or returning the carriage,
I, according to( Professor 'Stokea.since being shipped are peppers, corn. lima
+ \ year when the work it slack Is a
e good time to( begin this. Why grow its protein content compares favor- beans, eggplants! squash and black- Salivates and every operation is ball bearing. ,
ably with that of the legumes, which eyeed .
weeds when It is BO to peas. What would
easy grow indicates that it has high ;feeding ?; you expect from such mechanical

1 .graBS T" Value l'rfarlotJOne cucumber grower Loosens Teeth perfection is what actually happens---long life and .'
made the statement to me that he
SHIPMENT:'/ Of FLORIDAWATEIt11ELONS ease of operation.
DAYS IN SHORT COURSE has sold around $15,000 dollars worthof

THROUGH cukes off 45 acres and has as many The Very Next Dose of this I Send for illustrated
i Stale College for Women at TallahnsHee UEOItGIA IS EMIIAKGOEI:: ) left In the fields due to the drop in Treacherous Drug catalog.L. .
4 Gives Course In Practical lie also said that he owed I.I.pricM.
Watermelons growers of the state Start Trouble
Home Economics these splendid results to treating C. Smith & Bros.
of Florida were struck .u blow that ,, Typewriter Co.
' seed ,
About 200 club girU spent ten days may mean the Ions of hundreds of and spraying. I I You know what calomel I hi. It's mercury

t nt the State College for Women at thousands of dollars to growers. Orders Lake-Watermelons are going! to : quicksilver.\ Calomel in dangerous, Executive Offices : : SYRACUSE, N. Y.
Tallahassee lat week. This made have been received prohibitingthe It cmilips into soar bile like dynamite
wa market in tralnloadi. Recent rains 120 West Adams Street
I I crimping' and sickening you, Calomel Jacksonville, Florida
of watermelons from
possible through scholarships furnished shipment will rrmteVially Incri'.nc the yield. The attacks the bone and should never bo
by county officials, school I tick infested areas in Florida and I put into your system. I

boards: railroads, banks, citizens and other states under quarantine, where If ;you feel bilroun, headachy, constipated !- I *'FlES5iiii
e lubs. I Ithe melons are bedded with pine and All knocked out, just .p> to \ L.
jour Iriiwrint anti get a bottle of Doil-. i, ul
Miss Gleuson, State Home Demonstration i straw jj U. S. Golf ""n'. Liver Tono for a few cents which
Agent, and! her assistant j It was pointed out that pine straw Champ IA | is a harmless vegetable. substitute.. for

made excellent preparation for the j constitutes a large percentage of bedding e .*- rl>rwtK..l dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful and
material lined! the Florida if it doesn't start your liver And
gathering: and provided demonstrations by
I .
i straighten you up better and quicker
\ class room work, exercises and growers, and even should some other than nasty calomel and without making 1 "

ample recreation. The girls winning' ,"I material be used the quarantine I you sick, you just go back and get your

the scholarships are the ones who money,
or-der I Don't take calomel! It makes
made the in their reads "bedding or packing materials you
greatest progress
I Rick the next day; it Irises you a day'awork. )
I s work in the counties. Some had exCelled I originating In the tick infested DmUon'a T.iver Tone straightens j

( in nutrition, others in clothing, 'and quarantine areas of Florida and I :you right tip and, you feel Croat.. No !
still others in food 1 preparation, poul other states." salt ncceiNary. Give it to the children
i beraum it I Ie perfectly harmless and can I
try, etc., making! it necsnary to provide The text of the order Is as follows: 1 not salivate. ,,,.. 1
'' \
"" ''' \ ) !
; ) special programs for each di ''To prevent the reinfection of tick 'Odtre.'acHist7Q5'l MWtI'm-/bm' iC'tQ ;:1\

"' : vision. free areas in the State of Georgia I __ .. 1I
L The Home Demonstration Agents. ., :
Who sent jrirls to the course have a
For Vice-President FOLKS i1N'T LL NMEWOQtiN'
reason to feel proud of their work. ( <
on Dry Ticket YoTairr 7. MV NEAaT
The irlrls were entertained by the
i \. citizens of Tallahassee in royal fash I IN OUR {-r r, r \.

ion. Every courtesy was extended, eadlL Sif 'o ifTTq'1 MADE YET Tiil9 ILL

them, not only from the college people 130-pound.l !golfer from Engls- I TOWN POP N6AVEN U- j

I""' but from their friend In town. wood, New Jersey Is the new open i
t Under the direction of the ]Homo golf champion of the United States, t
lie is Cyril Walker who shot For Long ,
Demonstration( Agents! the irirli took ; score of 279 on 72 holes.RUINED I Distance. U' r" a
{ part In renovation of a home badly, A crlj
Pop's Radio Ce'
1 in need of repairs. The floors were

painted, walls. repapered, wood work --- Beats Them t
varnished, curtains hung, and the EYES All
kltilien renovated All this wn inas By ncorlcct: ; they get red and sore and
effort to show the club girls of the you lot them go. Don't do it.l I By
state how much Improvement can be j Leonardi's Golden Eye Lotion ( '
orcne,5 without pain in one day.'! EdwardMcCullough
'Ik done at a small cost if their ,effort
Cools, heals and strengthens: Insiston I'
are wisely dirL'Ctet.faterialll: such ax having "Leonardi's"-it makes

wall paper, paint, etc., were suppliedby strong eyes. At all druggists. I
the merchants. I! AUTOCASTER
The College' authorities made it I i
iI ( effect May 11 1924))
possible for the girls to- enjoy every I Southbound-
facility of the state college for wo ''
men. No. 1 reaches Starke at 11.38 p. IlL I HaihiLC TNr

This annual ent. at the State I C. T N(), 3, 11:02: a. m. / '_ THIS ,t.H8.AVIU44. u1,1 OH AN4tILS
No.( 21, Cedar Key, 8:00: p. m.
College( proved an inspiration and i I"
No. 16, Limited, 1:16 m. .
one of the event of tho year in the Marie C Drchm of Long Bench\ NorthboundNo. p. .u .r.t
minds of the club girls The numberof California, who was nominated (for the -
I 2 Teaches Starke 5:08 a. m.
girls from each county varied Vicc-Prcsideney on the Prohibition
from 2 to SO. Ticket at Colurnbu, Ohio.A No.( 4, 4:23 p. m. is 4I

4 No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m. a

A healthy state is a wealthy state. SPLENDID JEELIXO: No. 16, Limited, 6:57: p. m.

Florida Public Health Association. That tired, half-nek dutoouraard feeling Wannee Branch- I : d
mused. by a torpid liver anil conatipatcd
NI). 101 leaves Starke :
: a. n.
bowels ;
I can gotten rid cif with 441; .
No Worm In a Healthy Child surprising promptness>>y using Ilorbine. No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. in. ,
r All children tnxirttal with Worn hv .D"II- You fl' b..llhy color,wbfch indicate do. .. ita
poor" blast aDd u.rid. a ae punfving and regulating\ effect"
.. that >la more ,>rlew itumarh dunutue. u thorough. and It Agent
complete. not only rr
I.KOVES( TA3TELFSS: CHILL TUNIC tlvrn r-w. drives ( ( 1
out and impurities but it imparts I 1 1A"
b 'I.r'y f rtwoorthree weeks U> rutrh' fi b'wdim .
;xm">Ib.dil..lloo! .and art es t ntlStta4tti" a splendid feeling: ol exhilaration, J1Je QwbtiM ::..at Don "Tint Aifecl: >l lts.1 q
rn'B' *T..IcIOb.whale ivu.'! .!I'rrt. ..(.A l
throw c rev.dUMl the wurni.and 1I'..1''Ulwuioloj Price 60c. Sold by n\ r. WJOMO onsiNE lb. ..., ""a &. t.iTo I ,
rf,'4h. Jtk. "-1 _... 1Jr'wbau.t ALL DRUGSTORES by 4njm i l.tl.awd. tW.GaU>C 3 bet.W 11 .
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I I for table use, of course. But they are neighborhood enterprise. Encouraging Dad: "My but you are a strong told :you not to clean shoes in the-

ii MARRIED rf, entirely too valuable to be thrown Cucumbers and tomatoes pickles Tourist-"I don't think much of boy." car al lo."

away. and catsup are but examples in the this boat. It has been leaking ever Harold: "Yes I guess I am 'cauno Porter: "Yes'Ir but the man in

BUCKLESGEIGERmong Still that is exactly what will become too fertile fields of Florida's waste. since we left shore. Has any one ever the whole world hall hold of the other that berth has the laces tied to his

I been end. toes."
lost here ?
the marriages of recent them. In the meanwhile r.t! r7r.- -...--, Guide-"Oh, no. We've always -

Y fJ was the marriage of Mr. Ray- Florida will be buying and'consuming: ";' =" "n. II"t ......... I IC found them again in a day or two." A Fair question To a Jersey Mosquito

td Uucklta and Miss Ellen Geiger I millions of dollars worth of catsup : :!- ".. !-: : J She: "You men make mo tired. I He presented his bill,

..... -a..t.- ..
Buckles is a prosperous young laud pickles the products of tomatoes '- Purdy's Philos you are always knocking talkative Anil I could not evade it. .

Eine s man of Bunnell; his bride and cucumbers which have been pre- //NCOM INCTJtATS :N'C -..Elficw ::1 "My entrant for the laziest man women when, as a matter of fact In valley, on hill,

jjnjr one of Starke's favorite young :pared for market in distant places ". f' in the world is Bill Spivens who you like talkative women as well as He presented his bill,
f"" si.-j: IT ....\-.J/.. z.:
A. Green and upon which a high rate of freight like other. don't ?" With stinging ill-will
lies. Judge R. Dticated.DICKSAVIIS rI' bought a Lizzie so ho wouldn't haveto you *-now you ;
,' _
has been paid in order that they I"I 1 .1--_ '-,' -" ----_-_ shake the ashes off his cigar. He: "Wh&t others 1"Saf..ty So with blood, sir, I paid it

might be made convlenent to Florida ::11 1 '-' .5-v'i 1 .,n\ ..,.;n).,. ...? lie presented his bill,

Adams Bradford tables. Garage Chatter First Tourist And I could not evade it.
Mrs. Mary counts ;;. J.-1Il _,.:.

popular magician of Hampton Do you know of a place in Florida I I .",: .. .. Air Pump-"You look hollow chested Pullman Conductor: "Haven't I OTII'H' OP TAN RQUALIZAILDTho :

married to Mr. Emmette I' \ \ ... ._ and thin. What be the
ach was where one may go and buy Florida- I./. / ."" 'J.-: seems to. iMiaril i.r county cnmmlMlonon Bradfont -
Jicks at the curt house on June 12th. made 1 a e.""" _.f 1 trouble T"Inner ...", nt". Flurliln will\ moot at th. court*
catsup or pickles in any quantity :: hot,.. in thu etvrk office Momlajr, July ?,
his fine old lady who has "Told the ; Tube (wearily"Income) --
? 11U4 fw a Meal of qimllMini. for tho purpoa.
Drtunes" of .. Tax." Publisher Took i.f henrlnff enmplftlnte unit r...f.lvfnir u tt*
so many gay young people There is no reason for wonder that "'? -- :.::..:.- mony MI tn tho value of any pmpvrty. iml
her heart to be It '<.. i or pnrannitl.l nr mlt>il I. u HKOI! by the county
permitted won by '' N. Y
i continually the high \ ,,:; ..... Democrats to ...
we are lamenting I :''' From "'ashlnatonCongressman' ts nM or for the ,v.r 1IU4 ....ln.. them
splendid young: man many years cost of living. The fact of our waste 'II.-==. j men ur iil.inui of suet property
I Wife "Wake-up 'I J. M BKUWNLEB.Chnirmiin :.
jier junior. Col. E. M. Johns officiated. and folly along this line brings home I mlW"' P i.. George there are robbers in the QP of 110......
: .. Attest
again the saying quite familiar by :'s' ; house."

Mr. Lonnie L. Bryan and Miss now that what hurts is not the high '::: $f1. i Congressman "Impossible, dear I Clerk. and Auditor\ tR0.aF.7./

earl Rhode, popular people cost of living but the cost of high There may be robbers In the Senate c4 NOTICE FOR PUHIICATIOMrVpartmiint
young Enroute Home of The Interior. IT. B. Land
living. It has become our habit to -but not in the House."
pf New River were united in mnrri- Office nt GiiJnwvlll: Florida June 14. IIU4.NOPU .
,think and speak of something alto- Guest: "Listen Bill-I dor't like to r 'F. I. horehy nloen that David E Tan.ner .
kge on June llth. Judge E A. Sapp gether different from the waste of Easy for Pete qln of IIInhle.nJ( frloHiln, who on November
lliciated. go in on you this way-are you sure L'O 19JO, mad Name ilead Rnlry.' No. 01KDIO,
cucumbers and tomatoes when we Boy (reading thriller) : "Say Pete, for North half of Northeast quarter, section
I your wife knows I'm coming 10 Towni.hlr flva
South. Ranire twenty-three
what's stoic ?
think and speak of high living as if a
NEWMONS-GREEN: 3L FM*t. Tallahaaae Meridian has rllni notice
Host: "Does she ?-Say-she ar- Other .... .....
Mr. M. E. Newmans and Miss anything could better index living Boy: "Gee Sam but you're t of Intention to make th. proof to
\ establish claim to the land
laud Green were married recently. that comes than this constantly in- gued about it for an hour this morn- dumb a stoic is a bold what brings r Fie b..r.... Cli-rk Circuit Court. above at Green.1..It-I.Cove l

babies." Sprier llorlila, on the Slat day of July,
l&lr. Newmons is a highly trusted and creasing waste. Ing. 1024

[Respected young man while his bride Lavish nature seems to have donean PURDY'S.L---IIILOS Quite Proper Woe'a ("Inlnmnt names CAR TEH aa. wltneaneatIONNIK ..f lllnhland.' Florida.

:f si- one of Helbronn's most accomplishd almost perfect work in breeding Bobbed Bandit: "Hands upt.! If you W. 1\1. .111STIN. of Illuhlnnd tlnrlda.NOAH .
8r\HIIMO. of Lawtey. H..nla-
[ and attractive ladies. Rev lavish Florida. We need "Style makers are great little politicians I
young a race in move you're dead." RICHARD L. WKIOIir. nf lawtey H.iH.la.

Y!. M. Moody performed the cere- "! very much to learn the effective husbandry if you ask me-We'll never" Gent from Boston: \Iercy-such! GEORGE!) C.Houlitor..ZO6tTt9 CHOM..
have a 'petticoat' government now.
mony. of our resources that wa may English don't you know If I move it .

STONESLUKEM. I turn the sapping tide of waste into Sport Extra is a positive sign I'm living ol' dear?"

an incoming stream of wealth which J. L. FRAZEE
E. Stone and Miss Arthie Luke Flubb: "I know one fellow who will Blind Pig. Eh?
flows in steadily. There is neither ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT
married June 14th the I Ifcourt box Dempsey some day-and hewon't
re on at I Judge "Did the
and : ever sea
good: sense in throwing away you Herbert ayard Swnpe, Executive LAWI'OSTOFFICE
house. Mr. Lee Stone brotherof leaving to rot the immense value be on the loser's end either?" prisoner at the bar?" Editor of Ui e New York World istha

( the groom and Miss Laura June I which we thus dispose of in cucum- Dubb: "Who's zat. Witness: Well Judge it wasn't man who tint tot tho i idea< of BUILDING

5Luke, sister of the bride, were marred bers and tomatoes. Flubb: "Tho undertaker. exactly a bar but everybody was get- Convention I landing the In Democratic New York this National your.fit. STARKE. FLA.

on June 21st. These are two Florida should be dotted with cat- An Optimist ting all the drinks they wanted." followed through the finish" and

splendid young men, coming: from for tile flnt time York NOTICK: OF MAaThK'H HAI.K
I sup and pickle factories. If they are Veteran: "Well-a wooden leg is BLONDE: UESS: OPINES tll'rl1atfoo.'l
Uomerville Georgia. Their brides are U beJng thrilled eon Notlee la hereby' Ktven. that undvr and by
the attractive young daughters of to be obtained in no other way ii quite a handicap-but like everything, I'm following the doctor's Instruc- v ntlon' virtue of that curtain final ducrcet of rmr..l_
le and. rendered June 1024, by the
ur mn X.
Mrs. :Mary Luke who reside on the would be well for the growers of a it has Its advantages." tions and exercising with dumbells. ll<>iii>ral I>lo A. V Lena. Juiliie. of the Circuit
community to establish them as a "AdvantagesM Court of the Ela-hth Judicial Circuit uf Florida
I Friend: !! MannameJust Tonight I horseback riding with
Cady farm east of Starke. Each of 1(0
In and for Bradford Florida, Inchancery
the ceremonies were performed by one advantage." Percy and Freddie. -- .ItOn In : r"o t"tfi. a, Knott,
I complainant enl airalnat W. C. hunt Emily
,,judge Green. Veteran: "Well-thumb tacks are I Hunt and ('riarli, Hunt, defcndanu, the nndi .
CONSTIPATION : mighty cheap sock supporters" This Is Serious"A >...I"n..1 will alter for vale and will Hell be.fore *

R MELVIN-MORGAN i. woman who marries a man to the courthouse door at Starke. llradforii.
Take county. Florida. during the legal 1Ju..... of
Mr. Benny Claude Melvin and Miss Leads to many disorder. To A New Arrival reform him has a life-long Jobandthen Pale Mommy\ tha
the bowels and to I SRVEN'Ii' HAY OF JULY, IOU
keep open she dies without it.
flja Governor inspection doing
Morgan, both popular young peo- correct Indication bllloui- (on secret to the tltirhcet and bent bidder. thelffor, for
I ple of Lawtey were married on June liver kid- trip)-"Open the gate please." ...h. the following dveorlbed" lamia lylna and
! flees, backache, or
The Boy Is Right Ixtlnir In the eounty of Hradfortl.. Stale o(
'15th by Rev. D. L. Phillippa. ney complaint. use Gate Keeper (asylum-"Whatcha) Six Year Old Harold : "Hey look Morlila, a description of which I..s follow i
'Jo' .Y want?!" Ul.Wlt"
,!," IiODGES-GREEN DR. G. B. WILLIAM'SLIVER Pop. I pulled up this big bush all by The Smith Half of tha North.a-l Quarter. of
Governor-"I want to come in." the Nnrthwnt Quarter of Section .ty.
)/i\ Thenome of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. O. AND KIDNEY PILLS Gate myself." nine ((20))1. Townahlp Seven ITI) South Ran re
i Keeper-"Sorry, sir,-but it's .
Twenty.two ella) Kaat, except three serve In
{Green, located two miles north of Fall Diractlona on _anr package, .
against the ruler HIGHLY, PEEVISH CHILDREN a sMassa tha Northeast rums Also all of th Southeast -
I Brooker, was the scene of a pretty At Your Erru4tia quarter of the Northweat Quarter lying
Governor-"But, I'm the governorof Children sufTonnx from intratuwl worms north of the (t. 8, *. F. Hy. In Section T..aC
I wedding last Sunday, when their PRICE this state." are cross rontliwa and unhealthy. Thereare aen asp !ty-nine Uv>. DF.t.S": I1> Houth, RaniaTwentytwo
daughter became the 2Sc If the (OS contalnlnic In all 1 forty -
Miss Ruby May other symptoms however.
Gate Keeper-"Come right In- ..U and, one.half acres, more or lae,
(bride of Mr. Evan Winfield Hodges. child ia pale has dark rings under the A. a. CKEWH.Rperlal ,
attractive you should have told me that at first. eyes, bad breath and takes no interest in Matter In Chancery.

__,The bride a pretty brunette, is You'll find Napoleon, Helen of Troy play, it l in, almost a certainty that worms JOE Ill!.I, W1LUAM. .
and accomplished and never ita The surest for liver Holleltor for Complainant. t .-.t-,-.
and Louis XVI right over there. are eating away vitality. the

looked lovelier than on her wedding They've been waiting for remedy for worms is. White's Cream Vermi- NOTICB OP ELECTION

d>y. She wore beautiful white silk as I Her Make-Up Deadly | you. fuge. It in positive destruction to the Bewara of Imitation Demand Ky the power vested. In them by the laws
worms but harmless to the claM Price the ganulna 1 Oo and 35. pack of rlorlila the Hoard of I'uhllo Inatnintlon, of
did sole attendant Worth Toot
\ and
her cousin a .
8Co. Sold llrniiriinl" county, Florida calla an elmllon la
bearing above trade mark."tLh .
Miss Pearl Green. Mr. T. W. Markey d- She-"Ruth refused Freddie two byAll Drug Stores ho held at Caei>n .ohm, >llioiiae, Haturdiy. July
R, for tlie puriHNie of .termlnnif{ whether
close friend of the groom acted as weeks ago and he has been drinking ------..-, or not Hvctlona 29, 2., UT, 34: an, M, Twp.A .
best ---- p--- R 93 ft. alan Sections 1 I. It. 19, T.P. II H:
man. heavily ever sine< K 22 K: shell ba mated Into a apralnl ta.chiHil '+
The groom a prosperous yuun,' <"vnic. "That's the trouble with ate wlit il rrop cut ,rat i' dktrlot to elnct throe tru.t.M and ta
and .,.,., ---, 'forty millio' :. bu-. nit .."mi ell :{ determine the mlllaiie to be .......... for the
farmer Is the only son of Mr. Fn-il.-he never know. when to quitl'OlebratinlC. :,i to nent two yrara.
'Kilt happen.7''edoral
Mrs. W. R. Hodges of Brooker. ." : ,," II It. J. Alderman, II. T. Furtnar. Guy Alderman .. .

Judge R. A. Green performed the :Meeting CompetitionAn .' I .. .4 r: ..'\ ,t I District Ja'ir' '. ('"'rl .. man......, I.. W KICKMTFH..

:-nd VVilio i son . the living room ..
remony in spacious enterprising grocer in Londonput .. M .. .
.11 C'IVI"u'l; aJo I i ."; I'h SttIt.14NOTIfK
at 11 00 a. m., in the presence of a the window which read -- -- .
rem ,
a in 4 .' 0 '"tT'4n' ,.i 'hiiaifij, utmymvI'lisiauu. >
Urge circle of friends and relatives "Our groceries are served to the / : ,.' .n> .'i 1'.1 Or SALE:
\ .. The llnanl f Public In.lruotlon of Bradford -
f the contracting parties.FLOIUUA'S ,. King." o' county PlnrMn' will receive bliii UD ta
tH i, u i e ;" ." t d"| '. noon July: 7: 1IM4. fur the cale of Caaon Htlniblbulldlna

WASTE Next day his competitor also had a 7 L.t.. .. .. wl. I.. ....... .0.k. ol' .:.. Ihn "h mril. reeervea tlie right; to rs-
sipn. It read. "God Save the King/ j [eel any nr all blda.
From, The Tampa Tine j,13 IT n VYlnOtMS: Clialiman;
With No Placeo' Co; t' L'- Tt I, '> I e .. and! I i- Secretary .4F45.T 1NOTICIt
_ Just at thi tim enough cucumbers uoc. ra lJ ,"'. '"1 I 9Ot e. A <, 'f.I lit1M: ,1 rill
and, tomatoes ore !going: /; to waste Professor-"This mad haste of ours t-" ii rue! iiii Cur iippulti. It1./ OF AliMIMrtTIIATOrt

Ifca Florida to supply a goodly portion will in time destroy the race." ..f ... ;N i. i It, i r ,ti ,. For. Final PI..h....)
Lillian Winrtii, of <' anuilu, are ., ... In re Felata of |
If" '' for the J : I
Business J\fan-"That will be a r' i en | <
the ,
demand from ELY: KICKS I
(4 a year's modem "miild up" when .
adopted n .. .
I., .
These strange sight in few generations\ y tu e''r they hi i, Notice .la henby given, to all whom It wayconoern
[States for pickles and catsup. the reached Cnlifoi nia, and I +<> M mi\<' Hi:>, ti,> got rul'>, 1 1)1) ,it i ." that nn the Slat day of July, A. l>*
[ire culls notDiving_",\.. ,. r",. markC'tlnl: shocked her vthenl'iowing 'twiit- nothing left but messenger boys. r. : :; thorn, sal ixilnxly; Ills.! Iu2I I shall apply tu the Honorable R. AOreen. .
Judiie cif cald Court, ac ,111<1... ftfProbat
heart, Dana Stiwiu', tlO( that hv i1'.t"'t
U : 1".1 A A''Ii.
jrenuiit ours infuc'i .. for my flnal dfacharue aa adratnbitra-.
committed suicide L) shooting rCF?, Power lo the judiciary u In too of tha ..t..,. of Ely: Hickc, deaeaxed and
that at the came time h. will prawnt hi.
." tun iiiiondvnea of the
Made Easy -- -- ---- ella.5. ;" Seal aacminta ac admlnlatrator of ..id
1 pu iila YI" I 't ,il when the enIIIK '
An Unusual Study of I estates, and oak for their approval
j.1 i -iIJ.tlRn.loaJ., : selling nl one\ single appointed Ma- baled May 10. A. I). Isis
---- .Ibabove! '. the Hudirn K .K KICKS
President Coolidge prl'nw Court, vote, in the majniiy'
-. ''tk, panned. the Twtntitiih hap ,MI'* ---- --- -T -
a ,11, y, the fastest Kuw York CenI ('UI j..-'M'Aile) when ('..">':i II''HI.l m rflll I'LIII ICATIDV

of I u,4iii" comma li'otu Ch.- m>. rul<-.1 by a I lure majority in a court In rireult Court. Slate of FlorWa. Eighth
tp, ; Change I .iirihip' carried 121) humanI. beyond the pc-uple's control that Ix Judicial Clrruit.: i lirndfonl 1 Toiinty, In hao-

,, tile Xiirf train 11111.')' not democrscy .ary.
i. The stingers" on the fast: |{. O AMerman.Complainant. .

Y u.a.. Life"When t i bent heir nruk looking up- If there exist tiny i "w rgrcut .. I

pi of life/ began .., .' l.I and thought how strange: it "r thaI! the fttt i.le':.! oat, An.I", ... 7 Phllllpe et .1.
"change 's.i traveling up Ultra in the air. then what wi- rail svlf government Defendanta.To .
on me, says Mrs. Lewis Andrew J Phlllpa. A. J. rtlllltx.. *. A.Lane .
r I"I Joke when far.,.. l lets
a u.i a
LI she r, of Lamar Mo., "I and wife I.aura O. Lane, ll.vM DOreair .
with womanly In a few years that wellappnitul his baby "ilrlvo, the horses he (11..1't.. flrv ff. ..hnlnlal..."* of
'I suffered so ,i express train will be out of farm however, huldlrg the t. sae, the ..,.,. of David. It. trmin Hiwoaaed. ., '1. W.
weakness. I suffered a great .\. MoRae and wife P. M.. McHae, Robert
1. .,,, the stage coach ls now. while! the baby only thinks he L
deal of pain in my back and Arabs J' M rraaer. 'If living, and dead
aw l inocwtTa ides. limbs would T"young Vanderbilt boys and driving. tha: her! devlaiwe, grant.... or ir.j I -
My cramp.I
I didn't feel like doing 7.; ''"''",;*.> F. linker! renl boss of the Well thought out power to r..11!I .n nr .. ....,., ... and to all unknown nartfoa
my :'>0. w York Contra), would do well every one ut their public servants claiming any interest whataoever In tha lande
work and there are so many .... ... ..
lereln .rlh. defendanta, the .Id.n.. of
fur truns- whether elected by
I take it Diym planning now or appoint an
for a woman to on whom are unknown
steps farm. I was very anxiousto 1,..r'ltion through the air. They elected official is. what the pwrpie l I.KBBTINR8:
I a better. A friend ha'.i' the terminals' can raise money will have eventually That will You and ...h. of you are hereby " get rec- ?. and t/, befura the Judge. of the
and should nee the warning written coma when they really take an Interest appear
ommende,1CARDUI Circuit. Court In and for Itrailford County,
u, the sky by smoke from the ex- in their government and thus rlorlda.' on tha 7th day of July, A. I>. U24.
I h" 1 pipe of the bit! flying ship. prove their fitness. to govern themDflvi'S at the Court II..... In aald County. In fttarlte,
t Morlda.' to answer a Bill of Complaint ...
: > hlhlted airalnat you In aid Court by If. O.
I'reBulor.t Coolidge. tells. real e-, Alderman
u. men he want to ace this country Mrs. GeBevf..v-Anlln.;; of San The Ilraiifnr! County Telearaph..' a weekly'

a home-owninif! nation/ That' Francisco suggested that Homo nevHpaiier publlahed. In lit...., llradford
better! than Henry Navarre's with woman be rommatwl for Vlc- ('"an" Florida la hereby. drelvnated aa the
newapaiier In which this notice shall.. ba
It i bn't
Ii.. every Frenchman should havea I'rini'tent. nec nsary to ay
puhliaheil for eight conaecuttve weeb.
The Woman's Tonic hirlcen cooking on the ..tove.I. what old pulitlcian think of that. The lan.1. d..II..1 l In the Hill of Complaint

a 1 I... I'oule, au polo. Nevertheless, young politicians will in this ....... u.. title to which la sought to
M? to me and I began using It. Frenchmen, seven million olth live to see thing in politics more be luieted awalnat the. ..above ilefendanta.
particularly described followa to
A. C. Johnson, of Chicago, liked I certainly improved. I went m, own the boil of France .ury rlaing. All of that portion of lot 11, bins: >north wttt ofa
to diva but disliked water in his through change of life with- tha.ika to the revolution. The time hasn't come yet, however line described. aa followa : Commenelntf at a

yes, ears and nose, mo invented out any trouble. I can highly That' what helped them to hold for strangely enough at thl. poet on the north boundary, of lot II. 100 ft.
S weal of the northeast aomer of laid lot. run-
which has proved practical recommend Cardui. moment! more women than men
this cep, Vi j'iun" nina 0" a toursouth Att\ de.r... wMt aeroeeaald
Those the At the age of about 40 to I would be hocked at the deu i of a ) 'lot to west boundary, of eame (U acne
hare special l lenses Into CO every woman has to pus r V 'I I h.. own Sweden. That woman on the Pres tdentlal) ticket. more or less) and the couth half of lot s
through a critical time which f..aeant. (20 acreo.and U art In th..thw..om..
cap .T 'Mfd XII. to march with of lot and lot \t ,I83aam) eaeept. *....... In
is called the Change of 4 qr.v.' 12.0OO of them through Peter1 Perhaps some day, the world will the .....t...... corner: Alt In Section 81 Tp. e.
At thU umel great changes 4i I gi' ut armiei.I bless the big war although It did H H. J4: E.. contalamtf, altogether 61 acrea.more .
v take in her system i 'I"I few own their home and the colt 260 billions and 20 million llvca. of 1_. aa the came aiiKieara In that
certain deed! recorded. In Deed Seek No. e,
iIosv'S causing various painful and
i THIS ? lar.'I, in thin country.The Poison gas will do more good on tat. of the" I'ubllc Itecorila of Brad
MEDICINE will disagreeable symptom. r than it halt ever done harm; It has r.f.tu : FloridaWltn .
t'HALL'S CATARRH for it-rid your system If you art approaching this Agricultural Department re- been used to destroy the boll weevil. ... my hand and seal of office this the
i do what wI claIm already suffering 30th day of AprilA.. D 11124.O .
ca..Md. blCatarrh.ALL period or are
or DeafnaI the In And now, in the Ukraine Trotzky
.I Catarrh trouble ix.rta worst crop many W ALPEKMAN.
from of its Ji-tlG-Y7
MEDICINE conjr. any take Cardui. It ,...orll. Thnt'a bad new. for those orders his army fliers to use gas (Seal) Clerk Circuit; Calm
'S CATARRH or symptoms locusts and field mice. For Bradford Coanty. llorlda.A .
the but against
I"Iwckllr who eat meanbi'ter
ankh ,
, .LCa 01 .n OIntm"nt and should help you, M it has .,....r crop may Z. ADKINS.Bollcltor .
Rell..... the L'.I.rr "; inftamm.Uon. others. price for farmer not ableto We could use It hare a heavy : fur Complainant' .....10tI -?.
MedidD., a Tonic. .bleb helped profile ia from variety to destroy prairie dog colonies -
the Inl.rnal tC. M..cou.'i.rr. Sold by all druggist This portrait study -a make a living recently.
th..u..h. thus the a..,.UD.nod on to Stela nor i E-9It latest p<*M of th> Premdpnt m hi* The Chicago Board of Trade expectS snakes In their breeding To Cure a Cold In One 1)ny
the White House lie seldoiratu for and places and rats in city sewers e1II1tI6 I
,...1 condilion.. d office at higher prices grain Take LAXATIVE BROMO Ql'ISINE (TabletO' ..
IJold by d..gt.U rToNdq pears for profiles Move the i & wotue err :"
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I FRIDAY JUNE 27. 192'1

ty represent companies which are able dren, Nova and Howard of El Paso, HAMPTON! B. Hoper of Jacksonville, and Mrs. A.
Bradford Counly Telegraph and willing; to pay every just and Texas are here visiting relatives. A. McDonald, of Switzerland] has returned

-- --..----_-. -- ----. --- legal los and to pay it promptly and They were once residents of this BoIDVEE\JIL@ir\ Hampton, June 27-;Master Her to her home.
bert Thomas, of Valdosta Is the guest
you know they are able to pay it place and have friends here
and entered many '
Published weekly as of his grandparents. and Mrs. O. Prof. Wlgglna and family, (1f
mesa companies.. have boi-i the "hot who welcome them. made the
second class matter, HC tttr post ETHO Haynes, and aunt, Mrs. P. J. Pearce StarTce were visitors her.last week.
water test" for twenty-live year trip by motor and will be here for jth, _____ **.
office at titarfce! Florida. : this week.
r .. =' :.._ .-,-_ .., -0- -=--. And more they have not shirked. Is about two months. approved/Jy Mrs. W. K. Jackson and sister, Mr.

a. 8. MATTBEWa------------------- O..nr. that endorsement? Furthermore I< Mr. and Mrs G. A. Pinholster of I i Lr. Middleton, of Starke was a J. C. Cadwell, Mrs. W. B. Alexanderand

? J. C. ROBINSON__________M.". lIa Editor. what kind of people represent these Jacksonville spent Sunday here with ave professional visitor here this week. daughter Miss Wilma, motored!
companies? Are they get rich quick I|their parents, Mr. and Mrs.I.: W. PmI I I to Gainesville last Tuesday.

schemers who taxes who do I holster. about the worst Prof. Woods, of Gainesville, who
pay no Insect are Just
? PL'IJLISUUU:: VERY FRIDAY sent out by the Baptist Sunday Mrs. C. E. :Harpe, who has been in
nut support the iocal institutions? i I Mr. John Colson of Lake City is agricultural people to face, a writer I I was
-- --- visiting relatives here this week. for a farm publication baa declared, School Board to teach a class in ri.:! S. Jacksonville, for a week has returned -
The of the local I
SUBSCRIPTION RATE owners agencies: are | T. J. Dukes and sons, of Five !Mile and certainly there Is no Insect problem I I and B. Y. P. U. work, in the Baptist to her home her. j I I
the mot substantial citizensof farmer that It more se
among facing a i finished his work here the first
Per Year _.._ $1.50 attended to business here Thursday. rlous than the boll weevil problemto spirit HIGHLAND
? - ----- ----- the county. Look at the tax books
Mrs. K. A. Week., Misses Ella Mae the cotton farmer, unless be applies i week in June. Ills work here via very

Six Months -- --.----..- 75s and see if they nay for your nchcola Huzen, Hazel Middleton, Mildred correct aDd proven methods ot satisfactory and highly oppraclateJ.; Highland June 27-C. R. Dinkins

!'and roads, for your civic improve iTompkie and Virgin Weeks enjoyed control. It is impossible to eradicatethe Ten made their grade and were left Wednesday for Panasoffkee to relieve -
'ments. Ask the Woman' club if they bathing and a picnic lunch at boll weevil It Is believed but by awarded stars for their diplomas. Mr. the S. A. L. agent for a few

have ever donated to their cause. Ask Hampton Beach Saturday afternoon. the use of the government method and Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs A. A. -Jiirdcn, days.
of poisoning with calcium arsenate
the church people if they >.lIfe over I Among those attending church at the Insect can be controlled and a Miss Hilda Durden, Mr. Herbert Burden Mra. II. C. Wimberly, Misses Ethel

: donated to the cause of Christ. Ask I Rock Sunday were G. W. Hazen and profitable crop made.It Annie May Wheeler! Mrs. iV. B. Ricks and Winifred Wimberly and W,

< the Red Cross if they ever donated to (family, J. J. Morgan and family, Mrs. will pay to poison, expert say, Alexander, Miss Wilma Alexander, Wimberly motored to Jacksonville

'their Heaven sent mission and then H. Gainey and others. If the weevils are Injuring tbe crop Miss' Gladys Allgood\ and Margie Wednesday.Mrs. '

TGiI 'ask the United States official, seriously; If the land Is sufficiently Illouser.I .
army Hampton beach had many visitors of Jimmie Hendry of White hou-
1v fertile to yield at least one third
if any of the members ever ffcrcd from here them being is spending time here the
I Sunday among a bale to the acre with weevil injury I Mrs. M.\ E. Manaire, Cecil Manaire, some gue-t
} j, i iI e MI their lives in the protection of this L. Morgan and fancily, E. M. eliminated; If the tarmlng organization and Verl Manaire, Mrs B. U. Me- of Mrs. Ida B. Williams.Mrs. .

ij.I God given liberty which we so dearly; Hazen and family, Misses\ Mana and .Is such that applicationsof George Wilkinson was a visitor
} I time and In Cruder and son. Mozelle, are visiting
at tile right
4954Mai polBon
j. No. cjheriah.I Leila Mae Andrew, Cantey Olover to Lawtey Saturday.
i" ( the right manner are assured, and If their relatives in Texas.
II ( oership in National Highway :I I The owners and managers of the and Nona Colson. I the farmer 13 willing to spend the :M. L. Klein of Loochlosa arrived

Association) I local agencies spend in Bradford coun- Sunday School Social. amount necessary to provide an adequate Mrs. B. II. Loflin, and mother, Tuesday to assume the duties of

!I ty ten thousand dollars, a year which Friday night Mr. R. A. Weeks and supply of dusting machinery: Mrs.G. V. Knight. left last Saturday third trick operator for Seaboard

,t With this issue the Telegraph does not come from theinsuranca !Mrs. T. C. Hazen entertained the and potion. for Macon, Ga., where they will visit railroad )

!, } starts on its forty-seventh year of :{I business at all. Ten thousand dollars members of their Sunday school One pre-agnar. poison application their relatives and friends after which Louis Butler of Maxville was a

service tq the people of Bradford which could just as easily be sent out classes with a social at the home of should be made wherever twenty or Mrs. Loflin will complete her journeyto business visitor here Thursday. '
y' boll'weevils appear on an acre
U'0 county. I, of the county. Mr. Merchant, where Mrs. Weeks. more of young cotton, scientists say. The Memphis, Tenn. where her hus- G. A. Prevatt of Middleburg was '

would you lie if this ten thousand dollars Games and contests were enjoyed treatment should be applied at the band is engaged/ in business.I transacting l business here Thursday.

i"r If name count for anything, mail oredr houses. cake and first Indication of squaring. Home Ward Ireland his homein
all went to i until a late hour after which I I i Mr. Cecil Moore left last Saturday returned to

Crank, the independent candidate forcongress Where would your splendid schools be, I' Ice cream were servied. mixed molasies-calclum arsenate mixture 1, for Tampa, where he has accepted a Jacksonville Saturday after spend

t's',' against Green, should run your splendid churches, your splendid Among those present were Ella Mae '''of the applied plantsor with a straight mop to me calcium tip position:< with the Seaboard Air Line, ing a week here the guest of Mr.
on the Socialist civic improvements? and Opal Hazen, Mana.and Leila Mae arsenate In dust fmrm applied either as operator. Ida B. Williams and family.

-0- We believe in a "Buy it in Bradford Andrews Nona Colson. Josephine by machine or halting the dust from H.-C.. Wimberly and H. C. Wlmber-
Hard on the heel of a rumor of I :Mr. and Mrs. lloppe, of Tarn pa,,a re
and sack recommended at this
County Club" and until we have such Chesser, and Toledo Gainey, a are ly Jr., were visitors to Mlddleburg
4, government investigation Into the mutual cooperative spirit we cannot Messrs. Floyd and Crystal Wigginsof stage. | the guests of Mrs. Hoppe's uncle A. A. Monday.

prices of gasoline come an announce- The usual formula for the molasses Durden. They are on their way to
1 accomplish much in the way of local New River, Wilson Russ, Resale Mrs H. C. Wimberly, Misses Beth
the oil of cut of .mixture Is follows: 1 pound of will visit Mrs.
ment by companies a and mutual helpfulness. Colson, Lewis Shriver and others. as to Starke where they and Winifred Wimberly, Ethel Ricks '
two cents on the gallon. Some Investigations calcium arsenate 1 gallon of molasses -, Hoppe's sister, Mrs. O. L Beasley,
and W. M. Wimberly motored to Mel-
1 gallon of water, or with extremely
the government bring BRADFORD 'alter which will to their
by LAKE BUTLER ; they return
heavy infestation and with frequent rose Sunday spent the day with

results. rams, a stronger mixture con home at Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Mack.
Lake Butler, June 27-Mrs. Elva Bradford, June 27-A. E. Raborn I
taining I pounds of calcium arsenate,
NOMINEE left for Gainesville.Mr. I and father O.Haynes H. B. Thomas visited relatives
SUPPORT ( : Lee Abernathy and daughter of Daytona Tuesday 1 gallon of table quality syrup: and Miss Lillian Haynes, at

I ,. are visiting relatives in Union and Mr*. C. J. Crews, and Mrs. ,H gallon of water. The latter may ; were shopping in Starke last Starke Saturday.

Major Paul Crank announce he county. Crews father, J. D. Baxter motored give quicker and better control. Syrup: Tuesday. NOTICE

will be an Independent candidate for Mrs, Era Wester and son, Roy of through here Wednesday enroute to should always be sweet or unfanneat- i TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
member of second Worthington.Mr. ed and the mixture should be applied I Mr. Sistrunk and Mr. Smith, of You will hereby take notice, that I will open
congress, congressional Lake Wales are visiting relatives here .
within twenty four hours after mix-: the 28th day of July. A. D. 124 file air
-p?, district, against Judge R. A. this week. Lyman of Alachua passed I i Starke were business visitors here petition and apply to the Honorable A. V.
in.For !I this week. i Lone Circuit: Judas l of the Eighth Judicial i
4 Green, of Starke, Democratic nominee.In through here Wednesday. I of Florida, toe
There was a chicken pilean given at the treatment of fruiting cotton Circuit an order of adoption
the face of the handsome majority Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Andrew of St. the calcium arsenate dusting I for Marl. Fullwood a girl child of the age of
the home of Mrs. Lilly Richard last :, Postmaster Carr, of Keystone nix year. the said child having been aban.
!given Judge( Green over Frank Friday night by some of the young Petersburg announced the birth of a method la recommended in preferenceto ) Heigbfs i' was a business visitor here J dons .nd left in my euatodr .t her birth
Clark, a veteran of twenty years in daughter born June 12. Mr. Andrew late season applications of syrup\ | MRS. J. C. CAKTER.i : .
people of the town. last Tuesday. i Dated thia the 28th day of June.
mixtures other liquid poison yet
congress, we cannot understand how Mr Leamon Rivers met with a very will be remembered here as the son tested. Dusting or should begin when : ,I A. D. 19, 4. RA.GREEN.AttornII .
attain his objective of C. M. Andrew.L. < Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and
Mr. Crank hopes to
painful accident at the ball game 10 per cent of the squares show wee' ) Per Petitions!
or what his purpose is in making last Thursday, his hand wa badly A. Cooke was a visitor to Worth- vii puncture and at least three applications 'daughter Murrel were visiting in 8-27.Bt.7-25 .

the race as an independent candi- injured but at this writing is much ington Tuesday morning.: of 5 to 7 pounds per acre Starke this week.
better. S. V. Andrew of Brooker was in should be given at tou'-and five! day I NOTICE OF APPLICATION fOR TAX DEED
date.Mr. Intervals. Thereafter dust should be ,: J. H. Croft has been making some UNDER SECTION 47,1 OF THE
Green is the choice of the people our section Tuesday.N. 1 I GENERAL STATUTES
Mr. Charles
F. Rivers of tho 1
Rivers applied only a* when needed to keel repairs on his two story residence on Notice la hereby given that T. J. Alderman
of the district; he made his race Plow G. Hayes was In Worthington 20 purchaser of Tax ',
Co., left this week for South the infestation below per cen tun. part of Certificate No. 22! :

+ I ias a Democrat, was given a majority Florida in the interest of his business. Tuesday. til after a full crop of boll has bean I I :Main street this-week. I I dated filed said the 7th certificate day of In July.my A.office D. 1819..nd ha hai

t by the democrats of his district Quite a number of visitors from R. A. Starling was a visitor to sat and become grown( Only machinery : Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, who has been mad. application. for tax deed to |lea... in ..e.eordene.

and no true democrat will\ go back on Alachua attended the ball game here worthington one day last week. should built be especially used. for dusting cotton visiting her son, Cleveland Sullivan, following with described law. Said property certificate, altuated embracesthe in

the party' nominee, regardless of last Tuursdny. Lake Butler and Ala- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Andrew and of Theressa is spending this week. Bradford County. Florida, to..ILata 1. ?,
: 8 A 4..ee. 22. Tp. 8, S. R. 22 E.. contain.
x whether he voted for the successful chua teams played. little son, Marvin of Wildwood were I RELEASE No. 7. with friends here. lug 190 acre, more or lea*.

candidate in the primary. Every democrat visitors at the home of the formers The aaid land betan aeaied at the due
Mr. John Crews last
spent Sundayin i of the iaauance of much certificate in th* name
the nomi- Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andrew I Fred Dove, of Sarasota, was the
Is pledged to support Jacksonville with his wife who Is parents, Of M"Jroa. Mfu. Co.

nee; Mr. Green is the choice of the In a hospital there. The many friends last week Bou L gd6I (j guest of friends here last Sunday.Mr. 1 i i according Unite. aaid.eertlllcat to law, tax deed. hall 1011I..u.\ ,be .redeemed thereonon

rules. ( Dove resident here for the 28th day of July A. D. 1U24.Witnea .
majority-and the majority of Mrs. Crews hoping her Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cooke and chil- was a
ri I are an early my official signature and sad thu
Judge Green will have our unre- recovery. dren were visiting in Gainesville one 1 several years and has many friends the SUrd day of June A. D. 1924.

served I last week.W. here who are glad to see him. I G. W. ALDERMAN.
!Mrs. I
M. J. Sapp and children of (Seat) Clerk Circuit Court.
-0.- M. Andrew and wife accom- By C. A. KNIGHT
New River are visiting relatives here by Mrs B. Johns, who has been the
? Clerk."
I |I Deputy
BUY AT HOME: this week. panied by his sisters! Misses Blanche e-27-5t-7-25
I guest of Mr. andI..s.: Lucian Johns,
and and H. C. Andrew visiting
Fay were -
Shall we buy It in Starke n:,d sur An old colored man employed by the ot Anthony for several days returned IV CIRCUIT COURT. BKAD.

rounding local cities from reliable Union City Turpentine Co. died suddenly I in. Shaw Lake Butler the hard Thursday.Mr. road man. has I I to her home here BRADFORD COUNTY FORD BANK COUNTY FLORID

I men, representing reliable concern, Sunday morning at Union City ODe of the most Interesting feat- A.. A CORPORATION,
been attending to business in Gaines Sheriff PLAINTIFF
of heart Epperson of Starke at-
trouble. was
I whom we know and whom we trust, area of boll weevil control to the cotton i NOTICEE.
smooth Rev. W. T. McGuire filled his regular ville this week. I' farmer Is the "cost and profit" tending to official business here this ,
shall it from the
or we buy
I E. W. William
appointment at the Christian C. M. Andrew was in Gainesville of applying measure Referring to week. _
tongue, nelf-pralsinir, conceited, wild church Sunday. Tuesday. I the use of calcium arsanata on. art ,i THE DEFENDANT.TO HOVE NAMED. DEFENDANTAND

cat schemer and from the flattering Jno. Harrell was transacting busi- pert ha declared that "It does not I| Mr. and Mrs. David Jones had as ALL OfHE PERSONS INTERESTED'
catalogue man? Arthur McGuin of Rays City was coat to diut-It does coat not to dust.A ." : You and each of you are hereby notin.'l
their this week Mr. and Mrs.C. .
visiting in Lake Butler ness in Gainesville Friday. 'I guest that the above styled luit wa Instituted in
this week. of three method of
Shall upend with the I comparison the above styled court the 13th day of
we our money J. Ufford of Winter Park. on
Mr. Lea mon Ellison of Alachuawas Rev. Butler of Dukes was in our poisoning In an average of all teat i Autfunt A. D 1923 and on thia day a writ
local man whp ia nhlo and willing to in hildren of St. Petersburg are visiting oondnetad in the South in 192S boat of attachment has .been duly bailed therein
I stand buck of his goods thereby help town Sunday visiting friends. ; 1 Mrs. W. J. Brackley and children, and levied by the sheriff of Bradford county
the latter's Mr. and Mrs.C. been mad. and these figure ,
parents, .hO'W'I Florida on the 20th day of June A. D. 1824
, ing him to live, pay his taxes, contribute BROOKER M. Andrew of this section. :! oonclualvely. that it payi to ua cal- Miami, are visiting her brother, upon the following described real estate In

55, to the welfare of the community olum arsenat In dual form. The M. J. Green. llradford w.h.1I county Florida TO-WIT: .
of Northeast quarter of Northeast
or shall we spend our money with Brooker, June 27=11. E. Thomas ZIFF comparison follow: quarter of Northwwt quarter; and th.
i llre.Iatllda Green, of Miami, arrived Lust half of the Southeast South.
I the catalogue people who are thousands attended to business in Jacksonville Florida Method: Untreated check west In quarter of ".
Ziff June Russ of plat averaged yield of here last Wednesday. She is the quarter. Section 2U Township
I of miles who never spend Monday and Tuesday. 27-Livingston a per acre South Banter 22 E.
away SSS7 of seed cotton treated of her M.! J. Also Lota Seven
Brooker and Willie Forsyth of Plant pounds ; guest son, Green. and Eight In Subdlvlilon
K as much as a penny for the put"lic Miss Mildred Tompkln who has plat a"era.514,3 pounds a, gala of I of Southwrat quarter 6f Southweat quarter

welfare, for taxes or modern improvement been visiting friends here has returned City were here last week on business. 1256 round at a cost of $5 53 an acre I Mrs. Hugh! Norton, of Clearwater, Section Also Lot 20. Township Eight of Block 7. South Eight range InLlncoln 2.1: E!

; T to her home in Gainesville.Miss Fred Green and little sisters of with a profit of 1794Sweetened visiting her sisters, Mrs. David City In Southhalf of Southeast quarter
Pine Hill were greeting friends here West of Railroad In Section 82, Township n,
I If every man woman and child Hazel Middleton of Starke Poisons: Untreated Jones and :Mrs W. S. Futch, this South Rang 22 E.

I( spent all their money out of this county visited friends here for the week-end. Sunday.Mr. check-pluts averaged a yield, of 663 week. You and each of you are hereby requiredto .
I and :Mrs.: Willie Johns and pounds per acre while treated plats appear. In said cause on Monday the Flnt
what would become of Godwin of Alachua is spend day of September
I our schools, lit-I A. D. 1924. and therein
S churches courts roads banks and ing some time here with relatives.G. tie son L. J. of Jacksonville and \ averaged 7U pound, a gain of 101 Miss Daisy Moore who is attend- fall not or judgment will be entered agaliutyo"
pounds at a coat of 110.17 an acre anda .
business! men T / W. and E. M. Hazen attended to and Mrs. Mallory Thomas and profit of '0.4. ing the Gainesville University, spent Wltneia the Honorable A. V Long. Jml dren" of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Bill the week-end as also G. W. Alderman Clerk and the teal
with relatives
business in. Starke and
I It Is a well known fact that these Monday. Calcium Arsenate In Dust Form: of thin Court at Stark Florida, thus the 21it
mail order houses! must make hula Miss Sally Wilson of Sarasota is Hodges of New River spent Sunday'I Untested checks averaged a yield of friends here. day of June. A. D. 1824.

here visiting her'father Charlie Wilson here with their sister 868.4 pound per are and untreated 0. W. ALDERMAN.
profits. They are becoming immensity I (Seal Clerk of Circuit Court
I rich Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Pervis Lewis plata averaged 86*.8 pounds a gala :Mrs Elsie Sparkman, who has been By C. A. KNIGHTe:7.1aG8
I out of the pockets of the men who I attended the wedding of Evan Hodges I of 302.7 pounds at a cost of 17.74 the guest of her daughter Mrs. W. I Deputy ClorkINSURANCE
I them. T I Emmett Ceylon of Gainesville and I -29
upport Why not They pay no and a profit of 124,68. I
and Miss Green at Pine Hill
local taxes. They contribute to no local Lynnley Ceylon of LaCross were Ruby I Thu., it I I. shown that

I I Improvements; simply a catalogueand guest of friends here Sunday. I Sunday. ?I of calcium arsenate In
Y., I Miss Minnie Hodges and sister the apPIIcauoe.l:
their expense is done. You order Mrs. Murphy of Lake Butler visited creases yield'owers !
I Rosa spent Sunday here with their Increase* the profit.
her daughter Sirs Testone here
i thing send substitute
one they
; a
you ;
I cousin. 1 this method should \he even more proto j,
they are thousands of miles away, so week. itabla this year under average weather
you make out. Miss Rhoda Brown has gone to Opal and Leila Mae Lewis Alphia conditions as the price of calcium

I :- Along with the wild cat schemers visit her sister! in Lake Butler. I and Iva Hodges and Richard Ellentonof arsenate Is somewhat lower. and prob- See us before building your new houseor

come the reciprocal or mutual Are I Mrs. EJ Pinholater and daughter of Starke were here Sundaygreetini I II ably will not go higher provided. remodeling the old one and we shall
friends and relatives. farmer buy their supply early In the
.. Insurance agent, offering cheap rates Jacksonville are here visiting her
J tell how
I aaaon. to the
sound mother. Mrs. Emily Abbott. bfiaa" Ellen ward of Gainesville I you secure lowest insurance
i. protection and everything Dusting with calcium arsenate I
ri : which looks attractive to the average Lewis Shriver motored to Starke 'is here spending this week with her should be applied) with machine built rates.

?! I Ife" I man. lIe downs the local fire Insurance Monday. later, Mrs. R. B. Thomas I aapacUlly for dilating cotton and theN Agency Eatabli.hed 1886

Eld. Moody of LaCross attended R. B. Thomas was here shopping in >plloatk made only when the air
j agencies. He tell that they .
you church at Rock Saturday and Sun. Brooker Saturday. ta calm and the plants are molit. This J. R. DAVI S
r f charge exorbitant premiums; he offers Mr. J. B. Thomas and Henry Gat- ,anally means making only night aoAloatkras. & CO.SASH .

: you cheaper premiums. Ho fives you day.P. I From five' to seven pounds
l.'' ftgues allowing how hU, company functions M. Barefot and Mr. Price of ling was in Starke on business Satur- of calcium arsenate should ba usedto

so cheaply, and lastly if you aro Starke attended church at the Freewill day.Mr. I the aora. '
F. I k misled he which church Sunday : and Mrs. Ervin Dyal of Gra- There should be an Interval of four r.
you a policy
or flea day between, application *
O. G. Strayhorne of Waldo motored ham spent Sunday here the guests unless
looks like a real fire insurance polity a heavy rain follow one application. BRICK LIME
but which has the here Friday.R. of their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. DOORS
not backing to The cotton ahould J>9 thoroxhlr LUlVlDEiCEMENT

make it real protection. A. Weeks had business in Jacksonville Lewis i dusted until the weevils. are
Saturday. asides control. This usually. means BUILDERS HARDWARE
The man who falls for that kind
about three applications.\ Applaa/
Floyd> of SHERWIN-
Wiggins New River
t of Thing has a policy but it Is what lions should b. renew.d when the Everything

stands back of the policy which make motored here Sunday. city tax books of the city of Infestation again reaches to to 1R pereent. WILLIAMS .'. .' feet
Mr. Batton ot Jacksonville spent Starke Florida, will close on the first PAINT. ...
it valuable. B...lcI.i.
t s, The insurance agencies in this coun- the week-end here with hi. sister, day of July A. D. 1924. Alf parties ;: Further Information on boll waaflloontrol KYANIZE, ". and .

Mrs. T. P. Ward. not having paid 1923 city taxes will measures may bn obtained VARNISHES .

Mr. and Mrs. from the county went, state con.aa Repairing
R. J. Crew and Mrs.I. pleas do at
Plies Curea m o to H Day I once.C. i I ,f agriculture or the National Boll CONSUMERS\ LUMBER
c I. W. Pinholster were shopping In A. COMPANY
OrattfM*re/and moncr If FAZO<< 5PUe. I I' Weevil Control Association, Roopjm
f i nue lica.u..Blind leodloa of .: ,Gainesville Wednesday. City Tax Collector, Whitney bonding, New Orleans, STARKE
lAicainl ly telieve iitfhltvg Fil-e, *n4 yxican ( FLORIDA
w ua < Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Colson and Chil It. City of StarkeFIa. |tawlalaaa.

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