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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: March 6, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00027795:02271
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Established 1S79. Subscription I'er "tear, > 1..iO ; Spa Months, .-.,..--i.r, ..blc in Athuiuc.; K.:: :S.: Matthews.! Owner.
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.I\NT ZINNIA SHOW COUNTY AGENT : CALVIN COOLIDGE; 'VANESOATH MAS; .MOTOR Itl'S FROM GAINESVILLE -

10 1 HE GIVEN DANK DY OK TilE STARKE FOR CITV--PALATKA\ SHORT HOUTE E AS-f OK OFFICE TO JACKSONVILLE: !

At the March meeting III* Inductnnro Into Office \\ns !Marked ":\III'- Gainesville' ," thu new :Ul-!

Free Seeds Will Ik- Distributed To ty commissioners\! a ;, by Simplicity and BrevityVi.rllinglun I pnM'lmrr I'us! I that will operate fiomlilikson .

Ladies of Bradford County the Bradford county FOHMED AT LAKE E { 8UIWi \ die In (;iiiincsv 'illo.!! v .. '- iko
'| Commerce met with the \ .; :March I I. '- Calvin over Ktntc road numl'i-i' Uiuuon:' ,
'J I hit Bunk of Sturke, nlwajs while ed for the appointment (oolioVo. : iiliiil.\ and iiiiollassumed| \ rondo its initial Irip to, Mmk: < list'
awake to the bent intervals of Starke agricultural agent. the diitl.M of the pi.'sidonrj today for Saturday. The trial cuntlnur.l -

and Bradford county, has caught the*' r',impotent agent has i mi't'tinir i-nllod at 'I.aKi- -tone. !MCI".(its and t'vioe' to I'nl.vki.: four nuiio" youis, end Ch.nlos ij.; .l (to Iliuhlaml, il*< I.l'UIl'n/1\11l11" fin, 'h,.
bcnuhH,,then spirit that is just now ]larly noted during for The purpo-o of \! 'pi.in I hull' Dimly h1& Dawoi the (
swept I u to t v lie" I pio-.ideniy t \ t time\ lioinjr. tn nr.. '""111 ...f| I it I vvei "Ill
mumfe-ting itself among our house. liK-nths and the for the haid-ufai-- natodi.if( aid road I lending d"lIltr-j with! velocity, thai l sh.utoicil I in.my end MI/O the new bus coon, ti, .II.., ito
hot tun and to encourage! the good I on record its favoring road :No.; as from Lal.o lount.v I line at Lulu to tho I precedenl.s. '
] t tIn the 1( ini'o: h ,
iiiipiivod MOVOII 1 It miIliuhliind
wait Ims purchased a large supply of The new biidfjf"* \< ill\ be 1 ; : !:. E Butler : '.": irke and graded mail,! running from :Starke; to n brief imuiumul ceremony, |I I ( to AInxvillo( and. .! fioin t tliUjKint
Giant ;Xeiinin seed for free distribution 1 i'Idt..i.; .', u, Lake Long Bridge, and the meeting of I :
the July much > o-i' oil i i never liovinttd from the di.oriis. I pn, >- b| u smilloi, ( bus, wilt' tout, ( .1.1.. ''ho
t \ to the !ladies of the county. ers and provislo. v.ii I'agent's i i t ) ; :'h'l t Kouti' -eolation Union county citizen next Tausdny Rr.'iin laid "..\\'II ,b.s h."I, '! in mlvitnt'e |MIII' to Jacks,>nillu..
To add :test to the growing of these |t, salary. : ,: ;Alt., Je'svlean! of'I will bp to decide whether they prole"Ithe Mr. (',...lulL.,. leiivv.-d. Iii, until "
bountiful tluwcrs the bank will hold I wan kvteil t I Providence rood the I'l)," iiiinesvilU1; Ito-u t i",n'?' p.IIH \\ .
a The uppuintnu. of t': nporary j to desgnel t t- ( f ollli-e! on hm trr'indnimhot's lliblo .
Zen ma show in the summer at whichattractive .f pmbably bo mmlt't: I t, I ;Air. i'i 11. K<" erly, of led one. and in n short inauiMiial address restated II.| lln.xe.x manager, ovvn, old. "i'orntr '

cash prizes will be givento lake up his duties next elected torn) "' .' y secI Messrs. Bailey, of Lake (City, andKennerly his )policies. of uovormnoiilnl the bus line! that h.. 6..v1.' i ini -
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there who excel) in this -- I I ,, of Palntkn, both stressedthe frugality.
work. The bank olllciuls are THE STRAWBERRY | \ .,,,n l\v Mr I 1.L: Mat impoitinee of ,',''II'I.tl.,1 action --- '-- inn has' now been extended; to J.icksonxillo. .

planning to nuke thin !flower show a ';.,', u l"rll1"'I" >rgani-1! | of nil! intiMi' ted counties in putting l'lll'IlCll OrrCli KMT ( and with the! arrivai I of tho
During the 1 past ('" j aildit :. most worth while occasion. Prof. composed of numbers | this road I through. They' assured the ,
Hume and l other 1(3,000( quarts of of ( The study of God's word was interesting he proposes to establish a i-OKular'
authorities on landscape Columbia, Uii irnthariim of the interest Lake City
lIed from the local ( last lord's ilny. The communion : schedule i of throe! busses each a
beautiHcation\ will be invited toLt Clay and Putnam, wan and Palalkii had in the constructionof way
ranging from $ti.bU to $!! called the Lord's! ..' Ti.. will establish al'so
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present, it is hoped to have object the association road and pledged the hearty I
Shipments will Supper, with the radiant, loving, regular schedule! between Juck1 .
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that will of .
a program make the occasion completion of a state I support their counties. This road! 1
the new crop comes in eternal and all Christ at its sonville. and this the
powerful Tamtin, being
most enjoyable in addition to Lake'City to Talatka. is the shortest route through to the
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uf the month. heart is. ,divine assurance that right shortest and most direct route between
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the pleasure viewing the floral ex elected as fallows: east coast/ and furnishes an outlet to' !
hibits. and beets continue, E. S. Matthews, of the thousands of toruists entering i will prevail over wrong, and! that love those two cities. This route
Full of this tities of eggs are Lake will .shine on and on, when hate hasgl.tae now shortens lute distance from
announcement enter- City monthly who are nuw travvpling -
prising stroke on the part of the local men.- -- I S. P. Bailey Lake City 1 other, roads to get to the east out into darkness and oblivion. Gainesville to Jacksonville by Id

Bank of Starke is made in their advertisement BAPTIST I Roy Chapman, Ijiko coast Mr. Bailey, who Is secretaryof With counties and, increasing mil- miles.
lions, several faithful smile met nt Mr. .Hayes, stated Saturday that
on pago 6 of today's I the Lake City Chamber of Commerce
r Telegraph. The ladies should read The pastor will be < ], I'oininittev, J. II. ,;ilit; 01, tinted that during the monthof the Lord's table to exalt and remember I only the most competent drivers will
':'; the announcement and forthwith makeup his pulpit on Sunday: 11.Vtllr..tll, Ke.\stout- November 24,000\ automobiles paw- the Christ who saved us by His be employed on his busses and that

4 their minds to take part in this granting the request : : ; 1-Viunside, Pnliitku. A. ed' through! his city. blood. I t the equipment\ will be kept up to a

interesting competition. pastors in Jacksonville : I I Luke Butler, Roy i'hii-, ; I All town alone: this route w.'rewbll Bible! study u nt 10.00: n. m. Communion hl Ifh standard. 'rho now busses will

:: CLUIlTlEETINOThe : len assist a short City, E. S. Matthews, \ represented, nt this. meeting, and j at 11:00'" n. m. Immediately following have n capacity of :l4! persons, while
31AKCH metings. the pulpit Bailey, Lake City. in the drive for members practic-allv' the communion service the two will be of :'A'l passenger capacity..

Woman's Club by members of the Billy of thin road from Lake everyonepiesent joined the ol' 'all7.II' J I writer wiil deliver a I sornionette' embracing They/'" strongly! built by one! of tho
regular
meetingwill
of Jacksonville and | :'M! minutes hem text to in- leading automobile\ miiniifaittu-eru oflh
; Butler
be held afternoon was left to the tinn. Committees, willvoik in ,'a"h.
Wednesday
March 11, at 3:30: o'clock in the club, heard them men when of Union rusty l' ti- county Hiilioitmir nifinbor.ship and viUitioli. We !say "nei'moiictto. ," bela.ise .. country, safety and comfort being

hou_c.The. a former oixiivon! will bplna! ; citllr: I for next funds for pushing this work forward 1 no living' man tan deliver a the outstanding. features of their consliurtioii. -

health department, with Mrs. hoar them twain. Thl"'" i iud the purpose From Lake at: rapidly a* possible. Be ready when ; professional ni: : i ; I viii, .* '' are londt-rin) this Notice not color, with black running ,
E. 1 L. Burs chairman will have the prei- you are asked to join and! help In gear
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; time the ji- pastor, nor, / minister, but, simply ,
0:1: Lord'1i' i I' > i M', t nd good! work. I I Innd are enclosed with heavy, wlilowindows.
of the ,
charge and has Ke"-I
secured
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where they are i 'd. 1 1mecsBi' tIN supply'{ hupinir the .huich will -""..11ull l.tiouiiio' is carried on top
Dr. Ralph Greene as principal -- (.. a niinisti 1 "r. .. .
fini'i a I'IJ-inl'-i : in u 'nrll"'II'III..II\\ built lo n.-ii'i I it.
: speakur for the afternoon :No> stipii'Mi' : d, ,unit t ,i.i:l !1.. ,,U- : .
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of view :\vr I: it / 1 oat v.I M I'fhr I ndrriur' of these \" "'" I Ii, I 114
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ticul iinil :' J. L. Peek, chairman, J. -, "t't O' 'n u- ill uIim*.-* '. of Co i\ .loi 1 d I I. (IQ! \ and II.... .. who. attend v'llh wide, control-tub-, ,..nl 1 \ .iioloi !
W. ;Muro-un, E. K. i'orryman, C. L. "' 11lnlCrCe1eeling( "111 tl J.,. five-will If, "I.\II
I Tin' \ heal! will ": I: : i .III dill ion in ptoviilod, III ,it((00 'lop,
..1. Peek J. H. Hitch, and Clark. It, m. m irimr w-. ',I! I I ; who ie.qu't| ,Chit'' ', I Iailll upon them. ,. .wliibin, told weiillior fir 'a'Irlwl'" ". mo

(Club members please note the > nin i I i me''!':'I.( .r. ; / 'u 1 "r..I..d.t(. I 1' iiittnl\ lh,'-r Sunday <- ,in fort ably hcut..
.; clinii;:'e 11 in, 3:30 the:: hour p. m.of the meeting.Mtmli :. I I' I'. : I ii; in\ 'i i i 11.. 'e, Tonigfa/, Fnday/ 8:00 nuniiH'' l ,' civil., i. I .eli'iltie lilltH|;: conipleti-, llx-, ." .(1 .".iimenl. | -

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Lake Butler, March 0.-Mr. and, >SON CITY: I'Ihl4lrcn,' and W. :M. Hods: and little' I C Director At 16 I I I: erred by HIM' bus herauI, I I,1\ Ivi
1 lUciont" HOI'vice id. b'l '.1l'.
MrsT, W. J. Browne and Mr. \\illilllllVllndcl'bilt duii'hti-f!'; CliiKHie spent Saturday inLake. pioini
J L Twenty >< I II j City, March 6.-Carl Butler. I i Mayos it ,Is expat-tod th.il' II"I Inn ,,III
father of Mrs Brown', Butler | II .
spent Sunday: I Lo well patronized
who have spent the winter in I friends Miss Jennie Wigginn. and little ;AIo- II

,t;, Lake Butler have .ur-t returned frm. I I 1 T. of V, Williams, Hay yon Turner of Ahu-hua, spent Hlltur. : I MILS.: M-II.INA C. COI.MCIvived :

a tour through South Florida, left ,I I ; E. B day and Sunday pure I I I
McKinney .
here Monday in their automobile .' were tt ,''I I". ". '{1.11", h I. 1'h.' ",,,1".1 of

Fresno, Cali., from thence to their ;l, Moore Saturday.: of, Jacksoii- FINED FOIt IIIU\'l. I.ClN; HIM I i' ''h,,, I".t.? h. Jlr.. :ti'hll. I I I'' y,

1 home in Mick. They spoke very liu'i;. T ; :: I hur ,sister, Mrs. C. IJ irst Con\lctilln' roriirhh11C on Ill lh; \ 4- 'lu.ru' III l'ulawl..1 .. ,ail, h '.,
I ly of ihc1 south, the climate and O--P", I' wajs Without Tire .-Otht'r < 'uses II ,\I! :l I II I, J l'cli4. old, u( '0
@ iull.tht. liospitalit und courtioiimanner i if a i 1"/1'" / 1'' Fla ui M'I'.h.' I I"' n gI
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of the Southern people. was u busiiK'MHitoi- I A. \\'. Wnlki,.i fluid, i I evilly 'in' '>'unl'' ,. I I" 11111rtun\ I 10'L''L. III La', '.. v ,. !hoiii.

The friendof ylrs. 'It. R. Glover, : . W. II. Smith and ihil- ..I 1 , ,' t, hI I, ..1 1)11, 1 '
\\lio wjtuUcn to St. Vincent hospital ,, dn.ingan II id."mohi i'e on tin tj| I I'inn II h"'I." 'Ii II 1'1-
c in Jacksonville lust week, will be glad \ iIf'n i' : i and,, Hojjan, Jr., spc-nl i' ; over the- unite Itilhney, ,ind l\.n. 'm ilu, h it 1"11111" uud' I'' I I I II"I 'I.

to hear that she is improving.The i : ,". the gut sts of her dined/ $10.and io-ts or lo il.ij in' mil., I lnr. to till' ,I", Ile,
Morgan.
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grading of the hard auruu-u i: left Saturday for Tain- I,j'I Trial of toy 1lIhlll'ul"I' haul< d .11.I .W".

I from Luke liutlei to Kuit'nrd. and .\Ia, i has ; with lI1allllflll.tlll'irq,(' intoxiraliiDj, 'i- f ., m' ,,"t1 ly ,,,1I'lh."d/ ..h,. 1'.Id,' /LrdnI' .

Clemi} will begin this week. I the accepted Seaboard n position fail-( ;]! 'Ilur, vv.n held Wi-dni-tdav. I'Vli., :Jill')I.. -, ''-" ,I all' nonh".. f I'I.I .. 11I I I.n. Ixta '1 :
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J.v. Jones, who has been working, j: IM fondant' plied, not i/nilty. Ho w.n 1.11" her dull, lute i,' I I. .IIItY.,,

in Tampa returned Monday to this 1-1< :; and W. H. Smith were I':' fniiiKi irinlty liv. jar} and sentenced, ,,t r' w .1, 'I"I 'line 11",1 n..n'hl'. ,r. .unl Ior,

I'uniily and will leave next ;Mon" Saturday.:! ,i'tn pay u lino ut| .SIin( nnd. curly I and. ...II,. u n .IV will I."v 1111 rall" d. 1I.'I'l, '

day. I .." and St. Elmo!: Uur- | :JO days in jail, or ,lui-. months. I ,4., 111.111. which will I". hell. tu 1111' I

Mr. and Mrs. George Lee, of Ja !., spent the week- Rex Moor<- plead gullty'tu tho chariri'of and' our" 110'111'1" Ioo: OO'lt' III synlpnfhy

t : sonvilK-, spent SlIn"u'i"itinlt :Mr. !s __ t famt. s ..: < i I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. having intoxicating liquor| in hipo > Miriam C. Hamilton, 10 years I'n i I' her, 1"'r"lIvP! IIIWIt, She IH Sill'-
[ and :Mrs J. C. Kuulerson and family "-< 8Inll. Ho was sentenced to (pay : old, of Chicago! has been elected l la ''I b\- eight children, four daughter

and l aci-ompanied, l by Miss Ethel Ranle I George C. Carson, Mills and children, ofi I I1 a line of $:;0 and costs or 5 months, member of the board of a life .! old fiitir nous: Mrs. D.I A. Still! I-

[arson of MacCIcnny.Rev. about and general i Mrs. Josio Hall in jail. Insurance company which her -in f VVilliston; !Mrs S. K.: Gibson,

Kidenhour, of Gainesville, filled I Butte Mont? nineteen Pearliu Altmiin, C.; r.. Underbill I!! father founded. I Mulberry, MrH. J. M. Keovcr, of

his regular appaointment at the I j patented a device which and Air. and Mm. Warren, Willie Kite, Albert Under I r'ntuwiilui. N. C.; J. M. Colby, of

{Baptist church Sunday morning and I Interests have since visited Mrs. J. bill, Britt Alvarez: Rex Moore Val -i'O'VEii: ifj" N'IIEii47IUN! ; ; :: I llernando, l-'la.; J, ('. Colley, of

[evening. | failed to pay him. A day last week. Browning, C.: A. Johns, George) Mo-' !;Stnrke. W. A. Culloy, of Stnrko, O.C. .
? Mr. N. E. Varnes, of Daytona, is in his favor last w9 was visitor to (Coy, Dave Gilmore and Jack Uooduo Aunt Mainly kept /her house spot < Colley, of Jueksonvillo' ami E2.] L. '
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Spending a while visiting his family I' royalties$20,000,000.and damages day last week. 1 plead guilty to n charge of gambling I l less t consequently poor Sambo was !j''Colley, of Okeechobeo; also fourteen

j and were each Ined $1.00 and costs or constantly being nagged about his grandchildren, sixteen! gruat-gran
Miss Kate Epperson, of Alachua j moved his family to :10::< days in jail. ,untidy habitH. |I'rhildron, nnd numerous, other rolntives. !, -

spent the weekend at home visiting I friends here hate --- ------- One day Samba came home lo (mil .

[her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A Ep- up, but wish for them A F.tBLE t that bloody had presented him twins. 'llu, burial services tnok place at

Iveraon.. I -Baptist" Sunday 8c ,; in their new home. When it Ho viewed this as something of a Arrh..r with Interment in the family
became known -' -
Mr. Joe Jones, Jr., who is working Rev. W. W. William, : was a himinnmi visi wished contributions for the that we calamity nnd said rather mounrfully: ,pul: lieni-nth a ban of flower propi ; -

in Jacksonville, spent Sunday with dent of Sunday School I Monday the editor aehllolIJlII.pr I "Mainly I'se done. cautioned you tune roil by loving n;'r,1" i to I fl'r memory.
his. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones. People'sVork for the W. H. Smith and was flooded with an' time again to let dat rile Gold --- -
of all
J. E. McGarity, l is at Union Sta tist State Convention, T. V. Williams motored manuscripts descriptions. Thepapers Dust stulf alonenow, ah re,'kons
an institute for the / came In so fust that it took n "
tion tilling the position of Mr. W. T. you'll listen ti) nut some. hoahaflah.
Wright who is the sick list. ers in the Baptist large staff of workers to pick out ( Oardware.IIE.I'Iil .
on Mr. closed -- jood{ I Scared!
last week be.st
liam is visiting Lake after one. Everybody wanted to
:McGarity headquarters is at Macon I II II
Ga. vitation uf J ev. II. K. taught by Prof. J. writ.. for the paper. Those who could : (flF 8IIKI/ION: KDVNAKDS: !

-' pastor of the Lake Graham. not write wanted to help In other --- r cG
!Mrs. Barnes of Virginia is visiting church. Lecture The teachers The. death ariycl visited the home
of ways. caught
Graham the
was a enthusiasm I r
her Mr. J. W.
son, Jones and family the '
delivered to
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young I day last week. and seemed anxious home of J. V. Kdwurds, of T.unpa; onFeb.
J'and,! ''' Fect5 to return to her home evening from .seven until very I itj ,
shortly. attendance hm been spent Sunday at Brook. to help. Mis' Fripp even threatenedto lUst, IU2.; and took fioin" their,
v of his demerit all who would not midst their! mm and brother Sbi-U'.n I II
daughter Mrs help.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dowling and Wednesday evening the Ho taken with blood
was
three daughters, Edna, !Mina and Agnes of was otricers re-organized and group with I sfr.MAKK'S: CHURCH WON sick only a few days,poisonand when I i ii

moved their household goods RIVER 1 ha was called to his heavenly home.Ho .
., While conducting The Rt. Rev. Frank A. Juhan i
to Daytona where they will make people, !Mr. Bishop was a kind and obedii-nt, rhd.i I iI
young
their future home. March 8.-Mr. Morris of Florida, will make his official .
delivering Home lectures and wax loved by all who kn.'whm>.
&:Mrs. T. C. Chaatian and son, of day school. Sunday ; Springs was visit. visit to this Parish next Sunday. Service He wan born near Brookcr in 1111! I nod I I

Daytona, are visiting Mrs M. E. Roberta was, "Building up : Sunday. at 8 p. m lived there until about two yearn iu"",
mother of Mrs. Chastian.Mr. School.! made a business to Formerly the
Monday night trip many m communitywere when he moved with hm parents, >I.'> -
J. R. Terrell, who has been visit day School Officers and [ glad to greet our former Bishop Tampa.

ing relatives in Jacksonville returned Tuesday" night, "The Hodges of Starke spent j i and we hope that that it will be no He leave to mourn his departure" '

home Saturday Work and Wednesday" here with her parents ,I with the new Bishop. There will\ be a loving father and mother. (',",,>
'
ing The Pupil. The W. M. Hodges. :I the Apostolic rite of Confirmation.
.Mrs. Susan Eleves and daughter, these lectures has been brothers and three Misters. A. A. Ivl: l y
Frances, have been spending a while surprise' to the lecturer.In made a business trip This. rite is used by ninetten twentieths wards, of Brookor, II. C. Edwards. ( ofGaineftvile I
of the Christians of
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harper.Mr. co-operation with the world Cay Edward, of :Nw;
D. F. McDonald, who has been Sunday school, some : J.Y. Lewis and and, according. to two encyclopedias, York, J. V. Edwards, .Ir., of Tampa.'' ,
working in the Sunday schools of Lola Mae, L. 0., and eighty-one per cent of them are under Georgia; Virginia and Flora IvIw.uM.; ,./
Tampa returned home this
church and Christian spent Saturday an Episcopal form of reformation. of Tampa. (
week.
the Sunday school Mrs. Lewis' sister, Thus we are connected with the The funeral services were oondm '
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Miss Genevie Rivers spent the weekin Butler Tuesday past and with the great multitude of ed by Kev. J. L. Norris, of Lacrosse, .

Hampton visiting relatives and workers bad to work : Jeff Davis, of Law- our own day. This is said in no way and interment made in the New River' ravf; oo.e.iKi

friends. ficulties as rain was friends here Satur- of boasting, but for encouragement cemetery. O- o. A. Parks, engineer In *

"(the : / commissioners of Union all the time they were i, The attendance at the Lenten servici This entire community extends their Interior Department who !fi .

nji their regular meeting at Secretary thinks there Atkinson, of Waldo, has started oat well. Over half ot sympathy to the bereaved worked Alaska for 16 year, w. .
future for the churches family.
tb* r. use Monday. ler. The evening J. B. Rust, Allen the member receied communion on Loaned for a little while "sCAred UIT" when appointed. Go.rnor -
Alaska
of Prc. /
by CooIidll'
..tar. and Mrs. H. E. Bennett and Casey Atkinson of Wednesday morning
B. Y. P. U., and for Taken away In love, to wceeed Scott 0. Bon .t.a. '
ehDren of Kaiford and Mrs. J. P. Coffin school workers and the visiting frIends here It Is hoped that the witness will Safe In the arms of JesusIn t.rm expi/M. Park say,btry. Ni1, '
of Johnston spent Sunday visiting i census will materially [ be found In every home at leatdur that happy home above. ."

Mr. and Mrs.. J. F. Bennett. I of.the cburchel.10 .. Allen Parten and I Ing lent. -Written by friends. iC I










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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FI.ORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 6, 1923:

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: ... ..., A CHILD'S RIGHT DEATH OF ENOCH: WELLS I I tie girl I
41 .. that the baby I la New River Mar 3. New River
,1. J 0/ CITIZEN; OF LAKE BUTLER !I, Reports are PQr-1 I -
, ..-S- -0 _. ....\.9,, }Just as a child's heritage ought -- j,I feet in limb and body, and truly\ 'aI school closed Friday, I<'ebrul'ar.27th\ ,

\ ,. -. _.--_.. .-. ---iP '--'- !I. ;, ..,. tube robustness, so has a child Lake Butler! :March I.-Enoch beautiful little child. It is thought''' with a picnic at Long Bridge church.
\ i fine and. after
Wells died Saturday in the St. Vincent I I The weather was an
j ) ;!9T-: .. ,.., .--.... "'.. ,,",,:,,,,4"L... ':n the right to sound bones an+l I hospital in Jacksonville. Mr. I I that the mother is poor and young, address by tiupertintendunt Wiggins.everyone .

I ,I .)' .-".. .".. ''y =-' teeth. Everything depends upon Wells has been sick for quite a long ,, from the fact that the only clothing did full justice to the bountiful ...
I dinner spread by the la .. the quality of a child's diet.Scott's time. The cause of his death was a !1! furnished was a slip made apparent-'I :
1 -.-==......,--------.0- ------,. _.. ________ -- --- tumor on the kidney. Although he'''ly I I of a torn sheet and fastened by : During the term the school mod"-!
wondered if 1 looked like this. when '!i had! the best medical skill and attention tying it loosely around the neck. It I II 71.37 and after paying/ for u encyclopedia -
;'j I ; "C'urtlsl"! I culled dawn. I'd probablynever I The !I hud evidently been heavily drugged/ basebal and bat, and equip-
; from pile of letters htj law me at Emulsion the end came lust Saturday.
He looked up a I|, ment for basketball court, croquet
?oil I j i on the Pablo see him again if I did.would He be had to body was brought to Lake Butler and I f to prevent it from making outcry' set, lamps for building, kerosene oil
\ 4 been kind to me but he made in Dekle and disclosing the presence of the
"Sulllo! he advanced with out what did l he- I Interment cemetery I and can, there was left $4.00, which
in trouble. And Is vitamin-nourishment that it at the home. Appearances !
anyone Sunday. I party delivering i was donated to Long Bridge Chris-
4 ctoettome: $ he atolpedhsuddenly and !I mean by saying "I "looked like an I should in most cases be a part I Quite a number of relatives and disclosed that there had tain church.

in expression of astonishment swept angel but was not. down and talk up of the regular food allowance.Scott's friends. accompanied the body from evidently been no doctor in attendance ,, New River School Honor Roll for
<<
"Ellie.
$ Tho glare of early please go
MM face. at the birth. ,
over stock to Curti' Wright. You'll Jacksonville, bringing beautiful floral I|I February
the I
morning streamed through windows my Emulsion abounds in It Is said that several people have
iiI f and fell directly on my figure find him somewhere. I'm so in love I offerings and quite a number of rela- Eight grade: Hermie Kelly, Grafton -
those elements that have offered to give the little one a home, I i
il and face, buthing me in it's pitiless with. him and I've acted like a perfect tives and friends met the train. !, Adkins, Clarence Adkins.
I t light. I nut." a favorable influence on Mr. Wells was born in Union coun- but Mr. and !Mrs. Williams have about i I Seventh grade: Emery Johns, Sarah
?" he Thrills and heart throbs!" Ellie the bone and I decided! to keep i it themselves. ,
; "Whot on earth is the matter -structure ty, formerly a part of Bradford coun- ,I Kelley I''
; i; asked. "Look child you're cold and jcet of your youthful dreams. While builds strength.Scott ty. He was 4'j! year of age, of a quiet, 'I EMBARGOES: IIOLIlNO: I Sixth grade: Xorman Wiggins, '
4. I had fallen youthful dreams. While I O'.Junc Adkins, Rose, ]Hodges. I
wet, he exclaimed. My cout ect of your retiring manner. lIe was always
.J.I I open and he saw my dripping coming from the station, I saw him" I & Downe BloomfleUl N. J. tt-Sl I I courteous and kind, which made for UP- KOAIJ WORK i Fifth grade: Cecil Cowart, J. E. I

ti.J gown. driving with a pretty young, girl. I The new building, which adjoins the him many friends. Funreal services I Tallahassee, March 1.:-When Informed Crews Lone Kelley, Essie Sapp Lillian
feet! Where Continued.) I II |! I teacher.
are
"And Sollle ( Mnckery
your i machine shop and foundry has a floor were conducted at the cemetery the railroads of Florida had
and in rapid -- - I Fourth Flora Belle Johns
hose? succession grade
quickly : ,
your the questions cnme. "Who THE STOSF.IOUNTAIS: 'space of 525,400 square feet and is of I Ione. i; by Rev. W. T. McGuire, pastor of the extended embargoes on road building Harry Sapp, Ruby Raulerson.

t\I brought you home ?" and. the kindly COliI"JWEltATFIEIOIUAI.; : ( tory construction' with extensive Christain church, at this place. Vnaterials, the Florida railroad commission I Second grade! : Mattie Cowart.

a' tone of concern in his voice gave way has been made by window space and roof of glass and I I I He leaves to mourn his death five sent wires to the general I First grade: Grace Adkins, W. N.

I ; to one of suspicion and doubt. Announcement Stone Mountain Confederate Mon- steel BO as to provide the maximumin brothers one sister. They are Frank managers demanding immediate attention Johns, Attrice Cowart.
the '
"Joe Schuyler-but he's gone," as umental Association that an official daylight and sanitary working con- i I I Wells, of Perry, Henry Wells, of Alabama of the situation. The state I Primer. .::. Agnes Johns.SUBSCRIBE.

d'' Curtiss started toward the door. certificate will bo issued to all living ditions. Motors are assembled on (I L. M. Wells, of Lake Butler, and county contractors of south FlorIda -
: "Come here," I demanded. veterans, and to all\ women, of the sixties 1 four conveyor lines, each 298 feet in :,I Willis Wells, of Jacksonville, Ernest reported that work had completely TO

j lie came across the room. whose names are memorialized length, and the plant working at ca- I j I Wells, of Lawtey and Mrs. Alice ) stopped as a result of the embargo I THE TELEGRAPH
1 : "Please tell me that you love me Founders Roll pacity I produce 9,000 completed Lee I
I through/ the Children's can of Jacksonville. Also a host of -
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and that wcm't ever leave me entirely -
l alone you again, I'm BO tired. Ican't of the Stone Mountain Confederate motors a day operating in two eight- ((I friends who extend sincere sympathy
Memorial. This has stimulated an hour shifts. Assembly of the transmission to the bereaved relatives.
p, stand it if you fuss. in the enrollmentof I I I Will Judge Boy's Comic Drawings
t "I'm not going to scold you, child. even deeper interest '[, and the manufacture of numerous ('
I' the children of the South in the H"BjlJU.. FOUND:
In your condition, the best thing for motor parts also are carried on 'I ON; PORCH
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Book Memory: of the memorial.A OF
In the 1I0IET: PROVIDENCE:
" Ij you to do. is to get into bed. Mom number of these certificates. have new building.

I 1" 4. Nellie will help you undress," he already been issued and the old. men Transfer of the motor assembly I Lake Butler, Feb.;; 27.-Last Satur-

i said are much pleased at this evidence of from Highland Park to the new build- day morning when Mr. and Mrs. B.
ji)! "Oh, I'm so cold" I shuddered, the fact that their names will be per- ing at the River Rouge plant brings I1g. Williams, of Providence out
r "hold my' hands, Curtiss, hold my in history's greatest me- Closer relationship in this phase of came
petuated I ( onto their front
\, j hands," I pleaded and pulled him down porch, their atten-
morial. U. D. C. chapters throughoutthe the: company's production cycle, and tion was attracted
to a divan. I to a small bundle
; He rubbed my hands, each finger South, and a number interested of individuals in- manufacture proceeds more contin- which they knew had not been there
and the flow of who are keenly I uously. The cylinder blocks from the the
i separately, briskly! the sixties night before. Upon investigationthey
the veterans of ,
honoring
$ blood began. timo they take form when the molten
found it
to be
active campaign to a very young, lit-
have
begun an /
metal Is into models in the
"You poor little fellow" he mur- poured
memorialize all living veterans by
( mured sympathetically, "You're cold 26th( Georgia's Memorial Day. I foundry, moe forward uninterruptedly Plies Cured In 6 to 14 DayaPruaiilstn
April /
through and through./ lie removed Butts Georgia, is the first through the great machine !shops ri-fund money "If PAZO OINTMENT' fnlu
county ::
i ,. my mules and rubbed my feet as he to complete memorialization 'land on to the assembly line where tu Film lure Instantly Itrhlnit, relieves blind Bfeedinri or Protruding
county itching Piles, and
had my hands. "Now (go to your of all living veterans. they are built into completed power can get restful sleep after time application.' ttUc.you
room and get out of those clothes," he t
The Daughters of the Confederacy plants.
[ JOHN b KENNEDy '
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Admonished. "This is fine to
a way SEABOARD TIME ,
are co-operating actively in the enrollment Passing/ of the Ford engine/ assembly TABLE '
catch he
pneumonia added I
as ran RW1BO8"SATTERFIELD.1
of the children and a number line takes from the Highland: <( '

upstairs of the Chambers of Commerce of ( Park Plant, the scene of its origin, (In effect November 16, 1924.) !

Mom Nellie put-me- to bed and covered the South have very generously of- one of its most picturesque and interesting I I Southbound- .
I
me snugly with blankets galore. fered their co-operation in the great departments, one which I No. 1 reaches Starke at 13:16: a. m.
movement to the names of !
I Someone nipped. perpetuate was a never-ending marvel to thous- No. :S I, 11:02: a. m.
the heroes of the uixtles.
"Come in," I called. The Children's Founders Roll provides ands who annually visit this great No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00 p. m.
It was Curtiss standing. with a chil- automobile manufacturing institution. No. 7, Limited 2:18 1 "
for the enrollment of white [ : p. m. FI5HEI
hot water bottlo In his hand."I .
t dren, who have not passed their 19th Since the first small motor assembly NorthboundNo. ,
thought she might/ need this, I birthday in great/ Book of Memory. I line was put into operation, when 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m. These three nationally known men have agreed to act as judges
heard him whisper" "She was so With each child's name will be In- I the Ford conveyor system was inaugurated No. 4, 4:26: p. m. and pick the winning comic drawings in the contest which this news
thoroughly chilled. scribed the name of a confederate paper is now conducting exclusively in this territory. Boys, 8 to 10,
I wall thrilled at hit voice back in 1911, nearly eleven No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:5C: a. m. all over the country have been sending In their drawings of "Old Pop
man or woman.
I i'J "Lor' Mess, you Mister Curtiss"Mom Each: child, who becomes n member million Model T Ford motors have No. 10'J, Limited, 0:17: p. m. Gunn from the comic strip, Folks In Our Towri published every week

If, i Nellie said "I'sel'onna/ give of the Children's Founders Roll, receives I been assembled in the Highland Park Wannee BranchNo. I in this newspaper. More than twenty-fiveblg league gloves, baseball,

.' dat child a hot mustard foot bat, it's a beautiful bronze medal from plant and sent to all parts of tho 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m. bats, etc, will be awarded to the winners. The judges are, Bud Fisher,
x bettern all de hot water bottles in de the Association and to each veteran world. No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15: m. originator of "Mutt and Jell," R. W. (Bob) Satterfield, America's
world. Fine pusson I'd be Icttin dotlam' and to each living woman of the sixties I As production demands grew, ad- (Daily except Sunday) p. Best Cartoonist, and John B. Kennedy, managing editor of Colliers,
ketch de flu while her papa done a certificate Is sent. ditional assembly' lines were installedand the National Weekly The contest closes March 15. Winners will be
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gone and, lef her in my charge/ Application blanks for the Chil- when the department closed at GRIFFIN, announced the last week in March.
"Curtiss' come here, I called him Agent
Roll be secured r
dren's Founders
may ,the Highland Park plant, motors were
again from local U. i P. C. Chapters, or directly ------ -- -- -. _. .
being assembled four - -- --- -- -- -- --
on ------ - -- ---- -
( conveyor
i
Mom ,
"Stay, Nellie" he nodded to -
from the of the
her as she wan about to leave. Then headquarters lines, each 110 feet long There were
Grant At-
Association, 222 Building,
he came toward the bed. "times when more than eight thousand
be
lanta, Georgia Names may sent
"Do love ?" I asked : motors day were produced along .
.' you mo a
in through the malls without the application -
, "Are you perfectly comfortable" blanks. The following information these assembly lines with the record
y', WRIt his reply.I should be given: Name of (sixtcen-hour day standing at 8,301. I "This Is My Town"
"
nodded. "Thank you, yes' I j child, name of parents, complete address I But progress in manufacture demanded -
replied. "Oh you are such' a dear. to which medal is' tn OP mailed l. that motor assembly be conducted -

CurtlsH, I wanted to tell you about name of Confederate to be honored, 1 in closer\ relation to furnace
tonight./ It wasn't because I didn't service record and kin of veteran to foundry and machine "hol'Vlth the r
love you. I was thinking about (
you
the child. ;completion of the the
and mi".lngvou, new building at
every minute but ,
they hint made me take too mUl.hwino. The Association urges tho enrollment | River l Rouge the line at the HighlandPark
of the children. Send in all Plant was discontinued
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y names as rapidly as possible. All I t -
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"Never mind, about that Sal-
now, names received between now and SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH
4 He, the thing/ for you to do is to go to April 26th will be counted in the d.111I -
sleen and, sleep' hard."
| monstration enrollment in honor of
"Whv, do I look like a hag?" I
living veterans.
y.. "No," he replied, "You look like a j I 1- .
precious, beautiful, little angel/ -but FOIWC'IISS) ) ; NEW "'

g you're not!" and. ho was. gone. !I :MANUFACTURING:" PLANT:" I; ;( --51; .

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l I woke with nn awful start. Ellio Another big manufacturing unit ,! 1141
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had Jumped into bed, with me In her has just been opened at the Rifer I I A.. Iii aa', ('IlIt IlI//

i hat, fur coat, gloves and even a Rouge Plant of the Ford l Motor Com- I \ t I III

comnge., ; pany, Detroit and all Ford l enginesare UncloJahn'L;' ? ; ,
"In little boy
where'd you come now being/ built there, facilities _
from ?" I asked rubbing/ my eyes. I permitting most increase in Jim PulT! was a: feller we si'!, '
"A fine, rouiln. welcome any production I
you give ulmirc,l lar gluttonfor
that demands, ; wn. a: ir?
i your'u..t/ ." she laughed, hugging may require. I ,speed(; t'-,1' picoeront ins I "

. mo close "!''Ialli..., what on earth arc No Worms In a Healthy ChildAll nt '>.1 l t .it i r.vie> Jim t:ud,- ( III
von doing/ you look like the wrath of I I1!
i i i o 1 C'at \ \\H nil nn> I. .,
chlldrvu troubled with Worms have an are
unhuulthy .r.rG
Ood. i '\',' ii'o' 't.t.' no acl'ielt-I! i iI
culur which iudiiuie! pour I biusi| | and ass
I I hopped out of bed.\ I did look rule there Is more. nr lens stomach dlnturbaoce. I I I',reel.,i- i.I| i I i.il; -'.t o-c ", h. I I .Tt
much worse' for wonr. My complexIon :- 1.KOVL8; FASTl-LESS chill CONIC: Bivon regularly, >., ,! ,'i.l, :>' Icnt l : tv! ..i 1 I" t ui a
had n peculiar' irrnvHh tiniro and, lot two or three weeks will enrich the blood.l Improve i i ''I .n'cit, :. Iin I I..' tI 1n. .., I iI < .frR s
ihu dig.-ntios and nit at n'oeral; Strvotlthruliul -
there were .deep, violet shadows, f',
I un Took I to the whale) nysti'in. Nature will then I L'.1 I 4) .f.
ff der mv o\os.' throw oar or ,ilirttx 1 for *"ails. and the Child will bola I A i .'.n goes fast t'f":: -- mil h
' My thoughts ru hi>d to Curtix I perfect health. Pleasant to take. Hoc per boule.I I .,, !ulna lays, wU: < .ruu'urtn I

.-but tl.i, 1 on> .' wi I i iji i
nt tlie ["U't'u'i", \ 't., '.
I alt t'Il' ite-i I I1 1 nt : ", t .
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Offset Motors i C' i i : the i \. r..h' fit I' i

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For I i rtht.-e ,i1'l\ I :
I \\ ,i : w.t' '_'n'lJ' A pledge of citizenship is an enthusiastic and whole-hearted sup-
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I IntertypesLinotypes :, I "It r'l' 'd 1'. 't'0"':. s I II".-:-' its attractiveness, its advantages, its business and of your neighbors

,' ., 'H I '".,1"' When any individual or local organization makes an effort for a bigger

J I l _' I and better Starke they deserve and have a right to expect the loyal support -

+ I and t ( \\.'_ : :-' .- ,I of every citizen. At that moment they represent Starke and there

LinographsThe "'" I should be no bickering, no backbitii, g or factional disagreement which

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:' last word in power. Compact unit. Quickly Only in proportion to our combined efforts can we hope to make

: installed. Simple of operation. I our town more attractive and more prosperous. No matter the size,

t S I.' TUNIC I every town is too small in number of citizens, to grow when part of

t trove's Tasteless. chill Tonic restore' its folks take their money and trade to other centers. Our interest in

One cf those motors has juit been added to the Bradford Energy and Vitality by Purifying and state and national prosperity is not diminished
through strict
Enrk-hintl! tho Blu>d. When you feel its a loyalty
N County Telegraph equipment. to home affairs and town development. On the
strengthening! invi&irutlntj effect see how contrary, when we

7// it brings t color to the checks and how build an up-and-doing and
prosperous progressive town add
t.. ''' we to ourstate's
Writ for DcUiU it improves the appetite, you will then'
assets, and, likewise to the nation's.
j apprc late its. true tonic: v.ilue I j ,
Grove's; Tasteless chill Tonic i is simply '

CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO. I'll1 Iron'' 'iiant antI even Quinine chllilrrn suspended like it in syrup.The blood So 1 Let Us Make Starke a Better Town !

r needs: QUININE: to Purify it and IRON to
1 f- Concord, N. f H.Ibfc I.I I. : Earn h 1 u. Destroys Malarial' germs and

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FRIDAY; !MARCH 6. 1923 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE TH HER
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I. f i \t'I., d< d ut i I...e.t of *; :>O.OltO.
.Is often i .nisi'il I'.v mi in, i onrtUlon
News of Florida in Short Paragraph of mucous Rune of :lstn .ill
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i'Tub.'h n this Ih.. t ., ..iTmil, oil :\IJ',! ., \K'.lHH( ) to bo spent\ de- .iA? ::f
have n rjmlllnu "?and <>.' lmv r.ocl \ '''I''n[ : I PuUersun, ,City tract into ;
Iloarln firfrn the Inflammation can I
Stt' Neavr ''b.' reduced! sour hearing. may be do- modern resort. /

Live e i': at'I iin'i/n' ;1 fon-ver.\TAHIUI \iRDiriNH trir I T..ee.I'I1\'Jl\ --Pullman\ lied and\ Haven- !> / : J

i .1 iln wiritve i lulm for It-rid your system ,port of .Chicago planning t" constructlocnl -
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?.rrwrauwrarrrr w swwrr.wrwwrrrwnwwwTold d I'ntnrrh or Deafness t.inpivl b) l rSAY' J
plant.
Catarrh
by Our Exchanges. i fold by all dMJll'lrllO'R for over | F.1. Chenty CnM Toledo. Oblo. New Smyrna-Streets and 1 wateriworks i .
system to be improved at cost '
I year 11)25, in the decision of the coun- of 1000000.

Waucliulu-Tin- Peace River hotel I tin- Florida State College for Women I ty: commissioner of Monroe county, Kissimmee-Thirty-seven streets to I As jjjj/
here has been leased to Airs. Mubcl tin week. I; Kla., of which Key West is the county bo paved here this year. P'I
Everett of Lakeland. i I | scat, to cull an election on March 12, I
| Milton-Cross tie cutting in this when voters will he asked to ratify Fort ]Pierce-Fourteen and n half
Wauchula Freeholders ul' this city j county has grown into one of the count -I I bonds in the amount of $2,6.>0,000 to miles of road west of oily to bo constructed -
have voted bonds to the sum of $760- ).':) biggest industries. Ties eight construct the last stretch of Uio "Ov- at cost of $50,000. !
000, the money to be used in the erech (I ,feet in length and 6 by 8 inches in I er-sea Highway." This informationhas
tiun of a new high school. diameter bring sixty cents. Ties hli been given Fred! G. Warde secretary work Key'stTwl'ntIvo on erection of Hotel! La men Concha.Tumpa start. I "I A\ ER: ASPIRIN"and INSIST !
j feet long and 7 by 8 inches in diameter of the Brunswick! Board of

( Panama City-Not leas than 225 are readily disposed of at 80 Trade, in a communication from Mayor ) -United States Tire Company Uiilexs! : : "mi s.v ilu1 "Haver t:1": '=S' "en!tablets \lIll.lrL'< >
bushels of seed potatoes have been I F. II. Ludd. rtf Key West. local Branch and .
cents each. The cutters have been j ( opens) factory .
of in this immediate territory nut !iti-t 1 !! tlu' :Aniline
disposed ,
I Baerpirin
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promised a ready market for all they ------ distributing depot. I !pruved) .sate'
Cuunty Agent Whittington announced I' can produce. I I Tallahnssce Florida nmnicipali- by milli.ins. .UK! i l
pievrilvd
East by plusk'ians; \ 2wars\ for
today.1VuuchulnMore. I ties are not authorized to issue bonds. Orlando-Site purchased on .
Gainesville-Interest in club work fur paving streets which du not exist, Central avenue for seven-story. build
than 73,000 quarts I among boys on Florida farms eon- 1 according to an opinion by Judge! R. ing. CoUI) :> f lleaJ.u'Iu1 Neuralgia\ Lumbago

of this strawberries place during were the past shipped week.from The l tinued to I increase in l'.>24, and the enrollment 1!JF. Taylor, of the supreme court. The I I' Lakt.lnnd-Tw-dilitlonal grammar P.' ill I lixith.u'he, Neuritis Rheumatism
court has reversed decree of the
for the year was 313 more : a school buildings to be erected at
section rapidly is forging to the frontas than 1023, an increase of 42.5 pcr ( circuit court of Polk county in the |cost of 200000.

a berry producer.GainesvilleCity I I cent, reports R.V.. Blacklock, utato ( case of Leslie Thompson against the only "naytT"; package:

council has fixed 'boys' iitrunt. The total enrollment for town of Frostproof A bond issue Dado City -Sunny Brook building, S fi'/which contains\ proven\ dlrc tioIlS.

,April 1.. for holding a municipal the year was 1,040, and there were I was voted( to pave certain streets In recently destroyed by fire, to be rebuilt !Hand "''III\' er" boxes of 1'J: tablets
election to name a mayor four I only nine counties in the state in 1 j Frostproof, and apparently some of at onco.Titusville ,\1... Uttli'D of ;:4& and loo--Brij-gists.
councilmen and one member of the which no club work was done duringthe ;'I the streets to have been paved were Civic improvements 1 I -"III, I. lay t.I l mart of D.j.r kllnufulura of MouuuUc.olO.ltr ,iC Milk'jIlcieUI.
year. not in existence at that time, and the .
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board of public works. I of
for ,
I planned vnling expenditure
court holds that the bonds were illegally ,
Tarpon Springs-At a big banquetat Tampa-Hillsborough county com- voted for that reason. $500,000. Tampa) Curtis-Bright interests unablo to fill all his orders for his
Inn by missioners have received an offer of clearing l. nn-al're tract for establish hums and others products.-Madison
Tarpon presided over
President Schwamb 20 sub- ( $750,000 and a new site for the presI I I I St. Petersburg; Grace Baptist Tavar..s-$760OOO bond issue advocated ment of aviation field. i )EnterpriseRecorder.: I
mem I
for of hardsurfacingtwo :..._____
purpose
church of this is
city planning ten-
site of the
ent county court house and a I I
scribed ( each and others lesser
$500 I I TBorkcTnis'"
highways through this district. Jacksonville stationto FISH : :
building. The proposal stipulates,i'I !story office and church building to be --$80,000 police
.'": amounts support, totaling of the about Tarpon$20,000 Springs, furthe" that the county would be given an 1 I located at Fourth street and First I Dnrtow-Cuban-American Corpora be put up at Liberty and Heaver I'OH SKMIN01.K: : r1I.Ili
entire block located avenue south, it is stated by a member I streets. I : : CONSIDKRKI;
;q;, Chamber of Commerce. city four squares : tlon to award contracts for new fac-
east of the present site, bounded by l I I of that body. The plans being' considered -
C I tory. Lake Worth-Building permits issued Sanford, Feb. 26.-Any fishing In
Tallahassee-Officers of the local Lafayette, Jackson, Governor and j call for a modern ten-story of- during month of January roach '
Seminole
National Guard machine company East streets, in addition to three I I lice steel structure, it is stated. On Hade City-Old Lanier bridge to be $200,000: ( mark.SebrlnllPeorles. county waters other than
have received complimentary reports quarter of a million dollars in cash I I j jBradenton I the Fourth street and First avenue replaced with modern structure. |Iby hook and line would be prevented.

"t'. from federal )'!iicers on the I sides would be stores and the auditorium Ice and Manufacturing by provisions of a bill under consideration -
progress the company is making. The -Students of the athletic would<1 be in the rear with an entrance Jacksonville Groover-Stewart Company triples capacity by local authorities. Ship
boys have been dubbed by local citi- association of Manatee county I!I like that of a theatre, on the Drug; Company to erect four-toryi I plant.St. I ping and sale of lash outside, of the
zens as the "governor's guards" high school will have charge of (the street. On the second and third floors building at cost of $150,000. I county alsn would be prohibited, and

sale of tickets for the six big league would be Sunday school rooms, while Lake Worth $11,829 contract AU\\lstino-Pl/IIIII! / under way for possession of nets and! seines would
Wauchula-II. B. Rainy, local de- games that are to be played here. I I space above, the third /floor would be awarded construction and construction of permanent bridge I be made "print facie evidence of II-
veloper, has announced his intentions William F. Baker, president of the rented to business and professionalmen. for sewer Ul'rn88tatanz88: bay and installationof legal! fishing.\
of Phillies of the National-: who'are '' nlley paving. modern water
of reclaiming thousands of acres League, system. -- -
land in this section and putting them to train here, olfered to split I Winter Haven-FlorlJa-IUvcn Com- I I FOR AI.!.! LOCAL"HAPPENINGS:"
into crops. :More than 100 persons I ceipts with the high school re-I Miami-Another step towards the pany buys site for erection of office I' Broksville and J. Camp Company I SUIlSCItlHK TO
from the north made purchases from on a fifty-fifty basis, and the offer was unification\ of the Northern and Southern building. to build! rock crushing/ plant TIIE'1'lI.ECRAI'IITo ;
branches of the Methodist Episcopal ) having capacity of 1,000) ) tons every 10
him during the past week, he said. promptly accepted.SarasotaA I
I Church was taken here Sunday Iturtow--William Yarn homestead hours. I
stol-Llttie !M. T. Sykes, 7- celebration to be when ground was broken for the new in be subdivided and placed on mar
I
year-old son of Mr. and !Mrs.V.. II.S'kes known as the "Sarasota Orange Blossom !Grove I i Temple Union Methodist )Episcopal ,ket. i' Avon 1"lI'k.-I.nrlCo dairy farm to '
l established 10-acre site south
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and Jimmie Turner, his two- Festival" will be held here during !j I Church, to be built in Cocoanut o on
year-old sister, were painfully hurt the week beginning March 8. The Grove. Rev. A. II. Cole, pastor of the Fort Pierce--$2.10,000 worth of Of city. __ I
when they set a match to an old dyna- I[ festival is to be an annual occurence. I|'Riverside Methodist Church, South, building construction now under way Plant City Strawberry shipment Cal'a Hobby J

mite cap to see if it would explode.The ![The festival will open with a ball and Dr. S. K. Idleman, superintendent throughout city. up to )February 10 valued at $500,000.
boy's hand had to be amputated. game between the New York Giants 'lof the Miami district of the Northern
Beach Ocean shore boulevard
and another team yet to be selected. branch, placed their feet side by Flaglcr lion :NEf I'EI$33.18: :i: !
I I to bo built from this to
Bagdad-There are 22 home demon- The whole week will be replete with side and simultaneously lifted a spade city
Mosquito Inlet, distance of 30 miles. !Mr. J. II. Southall of lending
stration clubs in Santa Rosa county entertainment, features, according to full of dirt, formally breaking the I one our -
with total membership of more than farmers of the Hamburg[ section,
a officials back of the movement. ground. William Jennings .
Bryan, opposite Tarpon Springs-205-ncro tract In
making of hams and etherpork ..
300 according to Mrs. Winnie E. Mc- a specialty ,
whose home
the edifice will be Wall Springs district to be developedand
Ewen, who has been giving a lot of attention Tallahassee-Bids have been open- built, made a plea for unification at subdivided hotel Included products, gave us some figures 1
to the work since receivingthe ed by the state road department for the exercises. ; large last Friday, that wo are passing on to
appointment as such official in the construction of St. Mary's bridgeon In project. I our readers.

the county. the Florida-Georgia line and 12 Kissimmee-The permanent organization Jacksonville Large subdivisionto Mr. Southall sold some hogs recently
miles of road adjoining. The time lim- known as the Everglades Reclamation be opened near Big Fishweir creek. I at 8 3-Jo on the foot. Laterho tt
Tallahassee-Hermon Gunter, state it on St. Mary's bridge is 200 days after Association, which was took an 18 months old hog weighing -

geologist, sees genuine need for a the signing of the contract, organized here a few days ago, will FOR 340 pounds and. baconed him anti
small appropriation for state soil sur- which means that the bridge should meet at a place to be designated by OVER figured how ho came out. If sold nn
vey work. Only about one-fifth of Ibe{ completed in about eight months the executive committee within the the foot the hog would have brought

the state has been surveyed, he said from; date. Money for its construction next month, It was learned today. $29.75. Baconed, the hog actually
and that gives the counties already will be supplied jointly. by Geor- The legislative programe which has ZOO YEARS brought, already paid in cash, Mr

surveyed an advantage over the other gia and Florida. been adopted by this organization opposes Southall says, the following: j 1

fourfifths.L. Fort Pierce-Creation of a special the extension of the drainage hanrlem oil bus been a worldwide Two hams, $113n I : I I tf

P. Artman, president of the Citi- taxing district composed of parts or district as advocated by Comptroller remedy for kidney, liver and Two sides, IKno'

zen Publishing company, and the Ft. .all of St. Johns, Flagler, Brevard, Amos The organization will pro bladder disorders, rheumatism Two shoulders, 1'1.' >.11) no.rcL,
Pierce News Tribune, today announced I' Broward and( Dade counties will be pose a measure to the next legislature lumbago and uric acid conditions. 40 Ibs. lard, H.HX

t the purchase of the Okeechobee asked of the legislature when it convenes asking that the drainage engineer'soffice Jowl, I 1.00) Congreemnnu Fred M. Vinson r>t
he
: News from William Arkell. G. R. Not- at Tallahassee on April 7, for moved to the drainage district : Sutuage, 2.69 Kentucky, wrote a poem to 1'roul"
">: ingham, manager of the Ft. Pierce the purpose of constructing a navigable and to give control of drainage cQHAD MfD4 dent Cool Mare's, electric' hobby horseon
.. News-Tribune, was named as part- I waterway along the east coast. operations to Everglades property OILlIr.mJCDIJ Total $rr.-H which ho exercises-and despite
owners' instead of the internal improvement Besides the backbone head !liver criticism read It in the Houce.
ner in the purchase. The measure will be sponsored by the ,
Association of Chambers of ComI J hoard., etc., or a difference of over twunty- I
Quincy-Five hundred acres of cabbage I| coerce of the east conit. This is itsI -I II [ correct Internal tmllhl,....thnnlute vital five! dollars morn baconed than on
is the estimate phiced upon the closed by legal notices which soon err organs. Three sir t. All! ..IrunKiit'Innlst J the foot.
I planted- area in Gadsden; cunty. I I be empowered to vote upon ncquKi-1 Seeds *,n the original genuine Out n MKUAL-\ ib(((' icll'MIr.! Soulhall nays, he I Is
Carlot of the early spring
shipments t
j tion of construction of such waterway
crop are beginning to move to mar i -
kets far and near, and by early in i TallahasseeInquiries concerning< 1 Catalog
March it is expected that most of the lands in Western Florida are pourinj-"
crop will have been moved. I ISantorIAny into the Department of Agriculture Free / TO OUR THIRTIETH !PRESIDENT I

i icounty with increasing rapidity, Commuxtoner I I
( fishing in Seminole Mayo announced today. The This Is the (greats and most accu ,
waters other than by hook and rate Seed Book ovr. published for the I .
volume of
(I this mail has increased I I'111'
line would be prevented by provisionsof I South. 112 "1101!' u :lifi'i' actual photographic
per cent in the past few months, ,it I
a bill under consideration by local said. The plcturim. I h.indsomn cover
was
authorities. Shipping and sale of ,' requests are piirticururly pages In full colors accurate: dcscrlp- '
about gulf coast property and and
dons vnluaMo cultiin- directions
fish outside of the county also wouldbe
I land along railroads and good public the most useful Seed' Book there Is. |
prohibited, and possession of nets roads. !Mr. Mayo said that this i is a It Is absolutely free and we want i
and seines would be made prima facie definite indication of the splendid you to have It In your home. Hast {
evidence of Illegal fishing. I I growth to be expected throughout ]I II InKs Seeds, "Tho Standard of the'
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w I western and Gulf Coast Florida from, South." are as always the best seeds!
Klssimmce is regarded as ;
grown. Garden field and flown
perhaps the largest land deal in Os- now on I seeds plants and bulbs that do wellIn ; Y 'q

ceola\ county was consummated when DeI.and-Klng Alfonso of Spain the South are all fully described p4H

George :M.[ Rickard, of Alliance, Ohio, has accepted membership in the Florida with 1925 attractive prices, the lowestwe
president of the Shaker Land Co., State Hlstrical Society. This can possibly sell good seeds plant
bought from Gordon F. Henry, an and bulbs. All our 1925 customers
was reported to the third annual
. East 'toast capitalist. 6,000 acres of will get 8 seed rackets of beautiful .Q
meeting' of the society, just ioncluded flowers absolutely free. The big new ,
: land for consideration said to be #
a here. The Spanish ruler told Florida 1025 Seed Book tells all about It. 4n
$160,000. delegates to Spain in connection with Write for It today.

The dredge Musco- the removal of the body of PedroMenendez
Appalachicola-
H. Q. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN, 1 brAJls'4
!gee, which has been working here d* Aviles to his final restIng a
deepening the channel to Appalachi" placeit was reported, t tie) t he ATLANTA, QA
cola. has completed that contract and greatly appreciated the work" so-

has been moved to Millville! o undergo ciety is doing. Progress was reportedto .-J.OIUII.JotKI.Y: : I.NUUSTKIAL:"
repairs. The entrance to Apalachicola the meeting in the compilation and REVIEW .
publication of works on the historyof
river; was deepened two feet,
Jacksonville bond
12,500,000
Florida.
meaning that vessels with deeper election to be held for extension of

draft can come safely into port. Tallahassee-Officials and legisla- high school facilities and expansion of

Gainesville Colonel Robert W. ture are waiting with interest a bill other school buildings in Duval coun,

Davis, named last Saturday by Governor reported in the process of being drafted ty.

:Martin as successor to E. F. by the Florida City Planning as- :'ollaml-Entire block of Ion purchased -
Corbett, Alachua county tax assessor, sociation. This is understood to be for erection of large coninnrcial -
announces that he will accept the position an enabling act which would allow hotel. i
and devote his entire attentionto cities to appoint planning commis- -
the duties of the office. :Mr. Cor sions with authority to require all Tampa-Mammoth coliseum to be
bett was killed in an automobile accident subdivisions, inside and just outside erected on Davis Island. | 'lt1gt

near Valdosta, Ga., last Friday. the city limits to correspond with the Panama Ctjr! -Several brick buildings '
general plan of the city. The bill sup- to be put up on Harrison avenue. I rJ
Tallahassee-:Mrs. J. E. Bowdoin, posedly is designed to prevent the ,
widow of the federal prohibition butchering up of cities by Irrespon- Estimated Increased wealth of I'l)
sleuth killed by a band of alleged boot- sible and untrained people making southern states for decade ending
leggers near Carj'i", has settled new subdivisions. 1922 was $31.367.854.000, according
down to the management of her small to government reports.

farm home. She is planting a gar- Brnniwick-Much impetus is given Panama City-$230,000 bond issue .
den and starting a little chicken farm. the proposed projects of the South At- planned for construction of two ad- S' ?vsasIS 'b- \
Her two daughters started back to lantic Highway Association for the ditional bridges across bay. 1 Gao.VTOC..yECQ. t

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'-. .... FRIDAY. :MARCH B. 192.-;;
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-- .- I I J. II. and J. T. Moore were transacting in making the Luymore concrete I| (iron were visitors to Hampton Sun- the home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, on :\:
- business in Jacksonville Satur blocks. The blocks I'
I are hollow and .i..a..1.
,) t : I day.A __ I havo projections for interlocking with |I I Mr. Cyril Manlre of Hampton spent; There wit I he: ,..I.nI. rr, i vestal: ,,1'1',,
daughter was born to Mr. and G. each other, and do not require the i|, the first part of last week out on 'gram music und tefrt.shmnt.' \
SOCi.eij' 1 I VV. Roberts last Saturday morning. I I I use fie comet in laying. The blocks i Bedford Lake fl hlnsr. ladies interested In the uork art(
I
__ I| are laid as taRt as they can be hund- 1 Those on the sick list this week dially inited to attend.
r I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bryan wore led and after! the walls are completed are; :Miss Louise Padxrett and Elmo ,------- -
visitors to Starke Sunday. a coat of stucco on the outside with ; Padgett.Mr. Winter Haven-Floriin-Hn\i'ii! <'"",

1' ".. -- PlIO III'''' :29 :lilt( I(11J( ) E Richard! a;family;; moved to I'an wall inner into coat one solid of plaster mans. It binds Is said the ( R. C. IXeioerRcr and daughter, pany building.buys site for erection of tab

-'\ _.- .. -- -- ------ ( -Unmtila) the first part of the week I that thin type of construction Louise were business visitors to

stnrlic. !1 _, cheaper thun wooden buildings 111\]\i Starke Monday. SEED PEANUTSI
1'OI'iC: :; UA'IKOVS -- -- --
:fir<. Truh 1 iJwil and little daughter I the added advantage of a permanent'
J' > Jacksonville Journal was transacting W. C. T. U. R\I.LY C. or Florida Runner Seed P. ,,
well
Thi- )aunt Million' Club was untortiuiioil Porn J '( LOIIIMCreturned to their| business in us us fireproof con tructon. {
Lawtey Monday and nuts (1.00' per bushel (Four ,cent
'lucMlanlternonn. nt :3:0(1(n,, home here 1'nd.iy after several daysvi T.."sday. FOUR DAYS LEFT TO -- The local ,V. T. C. U. will have n ra-1 per pound) f. o. b. Lowell Fla.
o'cloik by :Mrs.' W.1.. WumwriKht,, >+nl with her mother who has been .
j II I SEND IN SLOGAN Iv and annual dues pajini!; social< next II. T. HALL COMPANY:
: and thu u tnnewitliewinir I seriously ill. j Mr. und Mrs. C. E. Harper of .
party spent merry ', Hampton --- I Tuesday afterm/fn/ at ::1:0: : o'clock, nt 1.0)-tf. Lowell, I '
,. \ and playing bridge. Walton Youngblood and sister Es- were visitors at the homo of Prof. I II Secretary( Futch reports receiving
The hoHtuis, uHHJHtud by Mrs. N. tells, und others of Nuw River, were I|I W. O. DuVall Sunday evening. many slogans for the Bradford Coun- [
D. WainwrIght, served pineapple sal visitors here Friday afternoon. : ty Chamber of Commerce, and if -
1 IMesll"H. anyone ,,
ad, snltint'8! olives and hot chocolate. E. J. Murrhee and Irving F, F. Stump, of Sturke, was In townon else] Intends to try for the $5 in'

I Those enoyinir( the afternoon woro: Dyal, spent Saturday at Starke.I. business! Monday. I gold offered for the slogan accepted, ;, J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

Mesdames J. E. Corpening;, C. N. L. Ogden. and daughters, Misses ,, Mr. arid Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and ,' they havo four days remaining to
Christy, C. A. Knight, Jim Kieklitcr, Mattie and Minnie motored to Willis- 'Ichlldren, of Jacksonville, spent Tues- I send it in. It will be easy to think of
Jr., It. J. Davit and as a truest Mrs. tun Friday and spent the week-end day with relatives here. I(is prize winner, so try your hand. i i
4 Homer B. Limbaugh, of Tnllnhasseo. with relatives. I I INSURANCEAGENCY
The club will meet next Tuesday nf- Mr. and lrIr John McKenny word J. W. Andrews, Jr., was abusiness TWO TCItNII'S IVEIGIIING; I ITWES1.Y..n.E
turnoun ut :3-00: o'clock with Mrs. J. business visitors to Hampton Satur- visitor here Friday. I Ii I POUNDS: I
E. Corpening. day. The _Telegraph has made mention'' I ESTABLISHED 1886
: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tatum
family
-- ---- i and | several times of turnips of unusual
MR. AND) i MUS. WYMANKNIKltl'AIN \ There will be a box supper at the of DeLand spent from Saturday I i size being brought into town by our '

I Daptint church Saturday night March to Monday here at the home of Mr.,., |farmers, but the Strout Farm Agency STARKE, FLA.
6th, for the benefit of the church and
Mrs. G. W. Roberts has
( on display two turnips of the
Monday Mr. und house. Everybody invited to attend.E. .
I evening Mrs. L. l Early
'.j Wyman entertained at hearts, at their C. Long, of Brooker.wa s a visitor l- I E. E. Burncy and L. H. 11111 were' better Egg than variety 25 weighing slightly
{ pounds. They _
homo on West Madison street. here Tuesday evening. visitors to Jacksonville Wednesday.J. were
| grown by J. S. Andrews of Lawtey.I I'
Miss Carolyn Fripp made< top score Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wasdin of
II. Lowry and P. D. Thornton, |and he stated there were others just
and received< as a prize a box of Ujer Waldo were visitors here Sunday af as large. One
visited relatives in Jacksonville turnip weighed
Tues- exactly -
Kiss face powder, and L. Reynolds ternoon. day. 'I 10 pounds, while the other !' We can charge
o. also made high and was given a cltr- Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal spent Sun- weighed a few ounces over 15 pounds. I YES your.8 HRS

arette holder. I day with her mother Mrs. Lewis, of Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Stance was a Another grower of the Lawtey section '- I
Mrs. Wyman served a delicious near Breaker. Storage
professional visitor to nwtey Satur A. A Smith has brought to' ISmith's
salad course with ice tea i Messrs. Math Wasdin and E. C. Sturke
day. I some exceptionally fine ]
1' The .guest Included Misses Florence. Long, of Breaker were business visitors ery. Cl'-I||
TVIatthewH, Alice Tharln Carolyn to Gainesville Saturday. I Mr. and !Mrs. Fred Dormnn and Mr.\ _.. ---- __ ir | I I! Starke
f : ;'//I Fripp Mablo Edwards, Mrs. P. C. Miss Edna Dukes in visiting relatives and Mrs Paul Dorman of Jacksonville THEKESSA | Garage
l Wukely, Messrs. L. M. Reynolds: J. : in Jacksonville this week were guests! Sunday at the homeof I -- -- I Fla.I
I t B. Burns und H. D. Forbes i The Woodmen Circle met hero Friday \Mr.\ and Mrs. Slice Brown. Mr. Lit I'hi't'" of Lawtey, is'' .
afternoon. spending this week! with his brother I|

:I 201'11- CENTURY IIIUDOK nun Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Maines and Commissioner L. 11. Hill met with 1'James Phillips. I I
!Mr. and Mrs Andrew Sparks were the county board In Stnrko Monday :Mr. and :Mrs. II O May and chil-] I

t ,; The 20th Century Brlwire Club was! visitors here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and J. B I $25 WILL BE AWARDEDas 1

delightfully entertained Thursday Mrs. Anna Youngblood of Waldo Jr., end Miss Wilma Blanchard were TIME TO
evening by Dr. and Mrs. E. L. BliK, spent Friday afternoon here. week-end visitors at the home of :Mr. i QUITTRADING I a prize for the largest grapefruit arriving before March 11, at "

1 at their homo on North Walnut St. Messis. Jack Bramby and Thomas and Mrs.\ A. M. Blanchard.Mr. I
1 I 1 Red verbenas and white roses added Keepruii, of Jacksonville were visitors DOLLARS Jacksonville Progress Exposition ;:

1" to the charm of the living room where hero !Monday. Aubrey, of LaGrange relieved! (Open March 6th--Closes March 14)) I
;. the bridge tables were arranged. '\". 'r. Burton, of Miami was a visi- Mr. Douglass as night operator at I I
Top Heaves were marie by Mrs O. L. tor here Sunday. the S. A. L. Depot this week. HASTINGS DECLARES THAT PRES. Annual Auto Show Industrial Exposition I

i' Benslcy! and) N. Sternbcrir, und an CASTLE ENT SOUTHERN FARM SYSTEM | Mercantile Exhibit Civic Exhibition
W. E. Torode
PINE: :
was transacting business l-
prizes the hostess presented Mrs -- in Starke Tuesday GETS US NOWHERE ; Under The Largest rent: South of The Ohio I
) TIcaslcy with box I
\ I a of dainty ta- 1'ine Castle, !March 8.-Mr. G. W. I
tlonery and TUr. Sternberjf with a Sheffield und Walter Payne were Mrs. M\ E. Edwards was visitor Atlanta On-fSp<'Llal.)-"It's limo "
.yl deck of curds. Mrs. N. Sternlierif and business visitors to Starke Friday.Mr. here Tuesday. for slurp Southern! inner who clings

j O. r,. Bcaslcy mmlo low, and, Mrs. and Mrs. A. C. Hull had as I I to the all, ur n< any all, cotton Idea to ,.411
1 : Stcrnbi'rg) was given an ivory needle their guests Sunday, Mrs. John CAlm OP THANKS: do a lot ot e'rnUht,; thinking before
I I case .and Mr. .Ileailgy a handkerchief 1'lLflirptf. Mr.. Flrvflnn and flAiiohtnr. I he pitches bin \14: ";3; .roo. Most of our
n
'!'O I'II"S Il'UIl' AUI.UII1 WHS handed IIIC I.eilu Kachenl Jack I Pndjrett and We wish to thank our friends at cotton farmers 'n*> trading dollar

guest prize, an asbestos!! t \hlc mat. Miss Aileen Surrency of Graham. Hampton and elsewhere for their and losing of that' Jir..e years out of ::till!;i,,':;:1 IY':' III
Chicken naiad] sandwiches, saltines, I Miss Idell Wilson of Waldo, is the kindess during the death and burial of four said H +(11.i lluottags, leading ''jUNI'" : r t
: relish, hot chocolate and, whipped Sliest of friends here this week. our loved one. We are thankful for agricultural nuthi.>city and Chairman -
,
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1 cream were served by the hostess. Mr. G. W. Sheffield find (tranddaug- the beautiful floral offerings, that of the Farm and ;Marketing Bureau of ,"
Salted nuts and hard candies were I ter, Miss Jennie and dell Wilson and were prepared and, placed by kind i the Atlanta Chatjiber of ('omlueree.I I
I j served on the tables during the game. Myrticeloll/ motored to Waldo and loving hands as the last token of love I "For the past two years Provldaaee o }ADAM
(I' Those forming the tables wore: I Hampton Saturday afternoon. and respect Yes, we are thankful baa stepped In and waved us from the ,
{
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Uensley! Mr. and I Air. tad Mr.s. E.: J. Dowling and for every kindness that was shown to rusults of our own folly. In 1923 we I ,,,, ws191 s I'3. *

1 Mrs. J. W Andrews Jr.. Mr. and us. planted thirty-nine million acres of a
0 !Mrs. G. M. Inman Mr. and Mrs. N. I Lu-cile Mrs. Luvenia Barker and family. cotton; In 1021 forty million acres. I i
.
Sternbertr, Miss Mablo WelU-r, Mr. --- -.- In each of thosu yearn there was acre),
it J! T' and Mm. J. M\ Mitchell, Mrs\ J. I.. ]I A. C. Hall was attending to buniItieHH PRESBYTERIAN ago enough to have made with even Adams Fame
'0', Peek Miss Pearl Tatum of DeLand; in Stnrkc- Saturday. fair season conditions sixteen to cighn VVon
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Torode of I.ow-I|I We arc sorry to say that Mrs. Wal Services, are as follows: n" 1'111"! 'jii 1 hales ? I a ton.cent price S

toy. __ I ter Payne is on the sick list this week. 10 o'clock, Sunday school or 1 I.a with llio! I ''It.l ill,' '., tarn er-Ieh As Financier j
---iii'\lr\I- -- -----. ------- 11 o'clock, preaching service. that such ii. lio \;,mid( I.rnn\." 1'&', ,vl- E a
: ; I
LAWTKYIjuvtey I 0:30: o'clock Junior Christian En- dtncu c'..1'11"1" t 1 lio> d.! i H mlid' uu lad! floltoly I

Graham \March\ March I deavor. to bring unfavorable seasons I| John Adams second president of the
fl -":. J. Murrheo 0.-Hon. Fred B. 7:0: p. m., preaching service. I
and cut down yield 1 acre.Vt
was n business visitor to Nobles, of Jacksonville, supplied the per United States won fame
Hampton as a financier
Wednesday( 7:30
:
I p. m., prayer meet-
I
s\ stepped up a couple of million bales
Tuesday. pulpit the (
at Grace
\M.\ E. church last ing. when he borrowed S2.000.000
if ? I In 1931, and, by BO doing the South ': from
Messrs.! John Abernathy and James Sunday morning J Wednesday, 8 o'clock, p. m., choir baa lost about three hundred million | land. 1101'I

I 1 here Reynolds lust, week.of Daytona were Mr.\ and Mrs.\ \Marcus\ Brown of practice.A dollars that have come right out of He was a firm I
vIRltor// cordial invitation to all the above believer in banking. I
Tampa, were guests Sunday at the farm pocket.
O. the
j. W.
Dyal
j.f' spent Thursday I services
l Is
county scat. homo of Dr. and Mrs. O. W. Brown extended to all. "In spite ofh".o danger signals Every man who hopes to be a success !

C. B.) Roberts :NEW TYPE OK Eying In every cotton state, plans in life has a bank account.
was a business culler Mr.[ and Mrs. Albert \McGowan\ of are being made everywhere :
to Increase
to Misses Stnrko Mattio Wednesday. I White Cloud, Mich.\ are spending a CONCRETE: : BLOCKS cotton acreage la 1925. This Make up your mind to place a certain:

Britt Ogden' and Alice few days here at the home of their Quigley and Davis have secured can only be done at the expense amount of your business profits or income I
J spent Thursday afternoon
in I nephew Prof. W. O. DuVall. tho state agency for machines used j c>f cutting down food and grain acres I in the bank. trs
at a time when food and Is I f\
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and going higher every week. n n t'.VIl v, uur vllnl\lng
"I am no alarmist but the present methods.Bradford. Tr

s'I ITS GOT TO BE tendency, the Intent to plant the whole I j
SOLVED BY MARCH I 15 cy SATTERFtELG face of the earth In cotton this spring I I ..

that is so evident gives me grave conS ,I I
'- I IA cern. It tho boll weevil or drought

don't cut the 1925 c.-op starvation low I, County BankBradford ]
prices will get the cotton grower. The ,
FOUR %XVTERe situation looks just on hazardous to mo County' Financial Stronghold

WORD EXPRBSSIFI6 as in 1020 unless the craze for Increased Established ..
Z 188:
$H H H j I'
i "' "CONTEMPT !' somehow cotton acreage can be headedoff STARKE, FLA.

Growing cotton and buying
brClAd//
moat und grain la simply )
I'MGOHHA
BUT NOY {'OP MAD I Il lars, or worse it never Is profitable. '
Most years It's a losing game. There
Is only one way to safeguard 1923;; I) _
Flan for and plant enough food, grain l k
I and fornKo acres to Insure your family\ '
; 1. I ''vAijVv\ J. uuIj
I
: and live stock full food supply without *< afjr l
S buying from store or feed dealer
+% i/\ 'N H In this don't forget that a good big
I)
/ home gar,!1.MI i Iii wonderful food ,
J ourco. Wllh fond" and live stock I Y II

M I amply pnnuii'd( 1 f, r, a !goad living ill!: '

insured rn:..M.I.. H of cotton prlcoi..' "T'HIS picture ouows a


.. :.. +,+ .. ,. ., I l s Central J- woman of Salvador, "
r.ttoPECAN America, making

TREES AT '; : o tortillas. She would not be I I II

H .c'I REDUCED PRICES j !I wasting her time doing thin
tr
she had
access to the good things in our bat
High class budded and graft- i cry where we produce the
ed pecan trees. One clock bent i1 I
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i -ii2l Money Maker: Uuvxrl. Randal. t j Many Good Things Eat
( S. -: ; President and :-1<:11 It'>. fan plant I' to
if :; up to March r.ih.: I'rlces in 23: ''i
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.. -. / =J'I I I tree leis i>r more 2 to :,1 J ft. 23: I I upon which this
cents. 3 to 4 ft. 33 cents I to ;5 ? community is feasting every II
'I ( hT i .. ft. U cents :5 tn 7 ft. SO cents j I daY-bread, cakes pies doughnuts cookies and i1

I ; ;: 1. T e 90 7 to cent f ii ft.*. We 60 (cents are closing 9 ft. and out up A iI I home other good kitchen things with the tasty flavor of the I III)

for They look
the season, as good
1 come early ando I as they taste.
get the best. :
I Quality and cieanitnffi} III
l are the

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FRIDAY MARCH 6, 1923: BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA PACK I I'-> 8
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I Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter, i j MUSK: MEMORY\ CONTEST ', HEALTH MEETING OF I I''' ..;<' n 'I'; t i > ,.ht '.t ,i: 1 I. and
: --rl Miss Miible,; spent the week-end in I THE WOMAN'S CLUB of Health.
I pILocallhiiao1'nialjoll I Gainesville. with Mrs. J. C. Adkins. I The lit h. 7th ami 1 8th! grades will I
I ts o i have a music memory contest at tho Mrs. E.: I,. Blggx, chairman of I A cordial m\'nation is extended to
1 () [ :Mi-.. George B. Flynn, of Titus- (I Bradford High! School Monday night, I'' health for the Woman's Club, has : the public and especially to tho

I ilie, arrived 1 in Starke Wednesday andis March lit h at S o' lock. |, boon fortunate in securing as 11' motherto hear thin prominent
r:1: : the of her Mr. and I '
gut parents I An unannounced promnm! will bo1 speaker for the next dub mooting, speaker. Wednesday afternoon, March
I, Mrs.' Paul E. Canova. I GivEn b.\ "vern1l11uKlciI\I1S of the city. ',i iI Laurie Joan Reid, K =N" Director., Hu11th, at four o'clock, at the Woman's
Concern Our -- The numbers wil be selected from'
uig People, Busineas land
: H. and I reuu of Child Welfare. and Publu < Jill>.
\ : S. L. Peek, !Mrs. F. Long the following list:
Progrell of the I Ih
County and Town.
(
I! son, Richard, spent Wednesday in I Humoresque, Dvorak; Itiircurolle, Off ,
: Jacksonville. Mr. Peek was accompanied ---- --
I en back; Largo, Hundt'l; Spring Song,
!..l. _.u home by his wife who has beenin I' Mendelsohon; My \Heart nl Thy SweetVoice
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Jacksonville for the past throe GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
Prelude ,
Saint Sacns Minor:
:S.; Li. Peek was a visitor to : weeks. I ;
,nvile Sunday."Doc" I I Knchmaninotf;; Polonaise Millitairo & RITCH
Shopin; Quareto from Ritcoletto,
: ; Among the number of Starko people I I Verdi; Melody in F, Rubinstein; KKPUKSKvr: Tin:: BEST: LEADING;
llnrvey was a going; to Jacksonville to hear John i Flower Song, Lange; Sextette, Donizetti INSI I 'U:.\N: :( 'K; ('0\11'\: NmS. LIRE
during the week. McCormick were: John Powell, R. J. !: ; Annie Laurie, Scott; Juunita, AIV1UENT. LIFE, Al'TOMOWLK.15ONDS. : :.
Davis Mr.' and Mrs J. W. Andrews,
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Home Sweet Home, Payne; Massa In L1.11ilLITYADJUSTMENTS
Mis.: E. L. Biggs spent : Jr., Mrs. E. L Biggs Mrs, A. A. Ad- the cold Ground, Old Folks at Home,
Jacksonville. with friends. I kins Mrs. M. E. Edwards, and Miss Old Black Joe, Old Kentucky: Home, MADE PROMPTLY
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______ I III. Mable Edwards.B. ---
I Foster; Traumeroi, Schumann; Angola ,
I' Guiney, of Brooker, I Serenade 1 Brago; Blue Danube Waltzes ,
xi-itor, to Starke Monday.The I R. Johnson, of Hampton, reports Strnuss; Derrcuso from Joycelyn ,,
-- I I II I that hu has a Rhode Island Red hen I Godard; William Tell Overture, Rossini -
latest in spring four months and 21 days old that Is ; Pilgrims Chorus, Wagner; Intermezzo -
Marguerite's Shoppe. I 1 now laying every day. Thlsa good I Cavalleria Rusticana, :MosctiRne. -
-, I I record for this breed, us usually six I 1'i I

II. O. Brown, of Punta Gorda to seven months are required to mature To the one grading the highest a !I
last week in Starke on I a Rhode-Island Red. prize of $5.00 wit !bo given: and a second -
I prize of $2.50/ to the next 'grade' I'
:Mrs.' G. A. Anderson; of Mr. and Mrs Marcus F. Brown, of I A number of business people of ,, II
was in Starke Wednesday Tampa, motored hero Saturday to city contributed toward the prizes.I'
I visit her parents, Mr. and !Mrs. E. S. I Those donating: were: l1ar"u'rlto'Shriver. i

Have you seen the new i, Matthews. Mr. Brown returned to .1. C. Robinson, J. M. Alvarez, I
goods at Sternberg's. I Tampa !Monday but Mrs. Brown is J. E. C'orponlntr, A. M. Darby, N'I S1T FL N"Comfort"
spending the week hero. Sternberg. 1,'. F. Slump G. M. In-

:Mr. L. A. Davis went to I man, MrK. Mabel Wall, The tank of I
dinn Monday to attend a Mr. and Mrs. P. It. Perry and Starke and Bradford County Bunk. Cord I
meeting of the Woman's Club. children, of Gainesville, motored here The public is cordially invited. I
I Sunday to see old friends. Mrs. Per- :

M. Inman returned ry was formerly Miss !Mittie !McMurry I You
C U. I) MKK'IING! : can now get ,
here with her
and lived parents
the I
from a business trip to '
Toast. i iCo..inltton until after her marriage. Mrs. W. J. Epperson aryl Kirs. Geo.C. balloon tires for
]I'I White were hostesses Wednesday I
Mrs. Ford and children
Toole Cotton Mr. and Harry afternoon to the W. T., Weeks Chap-
rived. Place your order before I of Norh Branch, Michigan, who ter, U. D. C., the meeting being heldat present car 1
of your
Mr. and Mrs.
have been
arc' Hold out. At Kickliter's I I guests the home of Mrs. Epperson, on
John Uglow, left Wednesday for St.
I I 11''rsbul'g', Sarasota and other places South Walnut St. without changingrims. f
Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Aclkins The second vice-president, Mrs. L.
Ian i the southern part of the state.
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Sunday with friends at 'I G. Powell presided over the meetingand
Ilciirhts. I.. Benslcy acted as sec-
Mr. O.
haveus | .
Rev. and Mrs. L. W. Kickliter
I their guest, Mr. John P. Thomas, rotary. ItVas decided to have a ,
Mrs II. :M. Snyder will food sale on Saturday, the 1 ith inst. I II
>Wolloston, Mass. !Mr. Thomas !is I
week-end in Jacksonville with After the business session the hostesses F .. h..mnlImto..m'n"In rtjln -
a brother-in-law of !Mrs. Kickliterand 'II | x I
F. Emery. I served tempting fruit salad' comfort ftluj vrnilv. i.ivlnm. at
of Deacon Thomas,
I a son Joseph "n.lu.I.f /iJollnri lira im.l I curbdltthus
who lived here topped with mayonnaise, saltines and <> fc. ,,, ,,,M"fi'llitfiimorl '
I I I many years ago. I I.o 't'r* *
A daughter was born to hot chocolate. | Cud alien YO'''. ll l Ia I......
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I decorated with HI bit ill
Mnrshburn The I
Mrs. E. Sunday living room was
Mrs. Geo A. Gardiner and !Mrs. C. 1 ( only' Fluid* f.r.nu..und,ull u<
State Farm. I A. Lowden spent the weekend at ferns and potted geraniums in full .heal do .IIm.,'n".
_. I Hastings visiting Mrs. Gardiner's bloom, and the chapter) spent it most
t Ask! to !see the man' : daughters, Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and pleasant hour with the gracious himtosses. j
of Gossanl Corsets and !Mrs. W. S. Yelvington, returning I |
sieres at Stump's.Mr. I home Sunday, accompanied by Mrs.Z. Memhors present were: Mrs Goo :t SMITI-I'S GARAGE
J. Roberts and little son, Alton. A. Anderson, of LIIVte11"s; : Amelia -
and !Mrs. N. Sternberg : I Ras, :Mi'silatnos \\'. I':. Davis, Sarah STAKKll'LA..
dren motored to Jacksonville \ !Mrs. Catherine Davis left Thursday L. llamrlck, O. 1. Iteasloy 1 I.. (;i.
day afternoon. I to make her home Jacksonville, muchto Powell, W. .1. I Kpperson, 1. :M. Mitih-, (
I' the regret of her many friends ell, (}. C, White, and ia guest t, Mis. .n.i .s+taa. l
' Mr. and !Mrs. E. W. Hayes I here. Hojjiuver, Mrs. Davis still owns J. ('. Rumple, of Avon Park. .
the week-end at Oak in II properly hero and at Kingsley Lake, -'-'-'-- -- J I

ty, with relatives. I where she will spend part of the >11111I -
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Mrs. P. Jo'. Boyer, of I' : I mer. _- I
been visiting her parents J Miss Fannie Shaw, assistant director
:Mi'.1. C. Munning.I health education, who is sent out
I' : by the Florida Public Health AqucinIti.n I GIANT ZINNIA SHOW
I 1) m't fail to see the new will be in Strike nextWerne| <-
of hats ,and dresses arriving I I I day, tin 11 inst. !\Ii<" Shaw i- workling Cash Prizes to be Given by lt.utk of Stark;
I\ar.rlll"tl"s! Shoppe. in connection with the. sehin, >ls,
---- I and! will, spend, part of the day at the .
Edward:, Edwards, of I I B. II I S.,talking to the. different gr.idrsi In line with the growing spirit for dour yard IxMiitiiication 1 so evident at

pent Wednesday with his : i the uliject "f--health.-_.- ._-- this in both and TilE BANK OF STARKE has
Mr. M. E. Edwards. .1"i I I ttmc town country

I purchased from one oft the leading florists 100 packets of Giant Zinnia
:Mis\ II. :M.\ Snyder, Miss rENTAVOnnIUCOLUMNU\
Stoirnnd, Lillian Garris i seeds for free distribution to the ladies of Starke and Bradford County.

(;ii'itiesMllo Saturday.Millinery .
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_. I I One of these [packets will be given to each of the first one hundred ladies
: i at the lowest
at Sternh rg's. I calling at the Bank of Starke, who will promise to plant the seeds carefully -

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of Zinnias
1 P OK SAI.KS. C. White I J.etihn'u I and! to exhibit specimens the at a to given

day:Mr at the George State C.Farm White with her I E4gFerris<. ( Strain), I."> onut! $1 l."'') on a date to be announced later perhaps during tie month of June.

MiK.. R, Mnrshburn. T. I' Wall, Kosemeie, Starke, Fin.
0-27-41*
I At the / s will be given for the three best collections grown
Paul E. Canova and son, : FOR RENT Two apartments! of sees
Ir, hnvo been in South three rooms' connecting with buth. i from these as follows:
week on a business trip. Also entire first floor Af four rooms,
,----- bath and large sleeping porch on First Prize $10.00 1
fovincrton Toole Cotton first floor-furnished. !Mrs.' S.' J.'. :
Second Prize 7.50 .
rived. Place your order i Hamrick. 2.27.2tfo'On .
are sold out. At Kickliter's !; "
I Third Prize 5.00
I I fo'OnSALE102J: Ford touring car

:Mr., and Mrs. Eugene ,, very low mileage and in excellent I I II I .--
Jacksonville, were guests condition. May be seen at Orchard CONDITIONS
of Mr. and !Mrs. O. J. Griffin. Farm Estate of A. M. Rollins,
I IR. : Starke, Fin 2-27-lf. I 1. The prize collections shall consist of one specimen of each of the

O. DanieN, of I I .1.I FOR SALE-Nice farm mare, 0 >enrs II five varieties of seed, Giant Yellow, Giant Scarlet, Giant Purple, Giant
accompanied home by his old, broke to all harness. Will In-
law, Mrs Josephine Edwards. I I sold for $75 cash and satisfaction i Pink, Giant Rose.

guaranteed. I. W. Andreu 1 mile
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New line of sport ., west of Starke. 2-20-tf. : 2. The prize collections must be grown at such place in the yard that

crepes also tub silks at I i )FOR SAI.E CHEAP-One new automatic I they may be easily seen from the street or road.l running past the home.

:Mt- II. P. :MoLarin and son |I spraying machine, bras,
Mclnrm, of Fnirhurn, Ca! are I I 3 1.2 !gallon Also 8-day clock! ami! : Directions for planting Zinnias are printed on each packet of the seed.
I home-made ji.-Ille.i. Mrs. Bci k lit
of Hi aid MiO.I. Hayncs.Mrs.
--- ---- I I Stump's U. Time for planting is about at hand, and the ladies arc invited to call

: J. (', Rnmplcy, of \' I FOR SALE A well _located__lot,_ h., early and join whole-heartedly in this competition. .
i is the guest of her mother, :Mrs : 1
garage city water, picket fen nand
I.. Hitmritk, on Lnf.ivette !' : I I glad chimney. Ready to build. These seeds are not for distribution to children and will not be deliveredto
on, cheap[ at 1225.00.; W. E. Dauirh-
Beautiful; line of spring I! erty.) 3-0-1] .' them. The ladies will be expected to call or send a written request

and spection dresses! at MaruUente's now ready for !j t I FO.lt- HAI.K:--Tomato plants, now;\;; I in which they promise to plant the seeds and exhibit specimens at the '

I ready. Kilforei: Extra Selected flower show.
Mr. and Mrs. DrilY ton t' Globe. )F. O. B. Starke, $2.00 a :,
la I I thousand. E. L. Browne, near
Winter Haven, were guest
of his mother, Mrs. W. A. I : : I Green's Dairy. It.I .* We are particularly anxious that ladies from all parts of the county shall

I r i I F>t9pGit IQiatxiWiJtutatr uauxN= siC i, a i take part in the growing of these Zinnias and in the flower show that is
Col. D. E. Knight spent\ the
this week in Punta Gurda : : COFFINS & CASKETS ; to follow.! We are planning to make the flower show, ,1 most enjoyable
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his real estate interests
ter 1.
J" "n nnA rOY occasion.
i Und.rlaier. tt
Supplies
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Hamilton Ritch, of : -
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spent the weekend here. 1 I ,I.1 ;! AUTOMOBILE( : O F.\R h. k'ni i'
MrJ. II
and
parents, Mr. BANK OF STARKE
ruse.' 00 h.oH. Th hest ..rryi
I ,' I ,,... .. the Wrist. pru*. Rh.a
Covineton Toole Cotton i i i ,1 : ''i a.1 I tttrntlon. to tl. nph ...rt.
rived. Place your order b. i | .. R.II..rf tnbaI..r.!: ii, The Bank of Helpful Service
Kickliter's ; ,
are sold out. At ,
,| E: S. MA n HEWS, PrevdrmRAWMAi. J J. DAVIS cashier A M DAUBY. VPres"t.
t !I DeWITT C. JONESt
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C.

leave for New Orleans : : ; t ;. STARK!:: FLA r "
to \ I i t hs nuthir :Mr "
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PARE SIX IIRADFORC COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 6, 1923! :

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n To ..ur. coMiv.a. a the m.dlcln: ---I Ft. ;\Jyers-Site secured for erection

,\\gJ must be mar titan a puraatnr. it of new pout office building. Will Cpmic Drawings (
mime rnntnin Ionic. .Ilerau. and r Judge Boy's
t'' cathartic erop.ru.aTutt's
FARMERS and FARMING Stuart-Atljntu ('OIlMt Line rail I

t Pills road surveying new line to run from I

this city to Sebring.

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i!11" FARMERS AND 1RUCHEKH i ARK; 1NV1IED 'I'O COMIUUL1EARTICIXS :" function.county.rottor .la tho Luw" lb.'" aaiural fractured In this city during month ot 1

h"i ; :: UF KAItM ";XI' ;IUENC"S AND MlilllOIJb:: FOUND: January

f TO BE 1IK.ST; SUITED IO OIK COLNTVI.KI'.s : In many cases the drainage New Smyrna-Southern Bell Telephone ,."..'4',. .
provided along the borders of these 1
\\i f j' Company making plans to Improve K '
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I roads is worth the cost of tho roads. .I :
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I local system.JacksonvilleHotel. ,1.. ,, .
: :; KM: TillS VASIE I and( 1'1.\mouth Hoiks to become fully Walton-Shipped in a large orderof ; .f
: I satsuma. orange trees for planting Geneva to be '.
I IIIlItun. The 1. hfJt'n" and Anionas .. ... "
( By' :Spuds; Johnson) I 'inquire' uliout five to six months for II'I in the county. entirely remodeled. ; : "" : .

of lends camp dot! ..Julm..nt. .
Yesterday.01110 my ) I
I I' Okecchoboo Held two culling demonstration 1 I St. Auguxtlne-Concrete bridge to \
out from town to go fishing, and us IVihups' the most favorable time to _.; ( .
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thu work about the piuo happcnuJti hutch IH during the months, of February farm! meetings and several i I he erected ucross Matanzas Day. ....': ... 't .;\..':: "
culling demonstrations
assisted
bo in pretty. good shape I wont ovir ;, ;March and April, the first two i i Illy Extension Poultryman. A slxi 1 I Eustls-Plnns-under way for con- JOHN B KENNEDY> } '7- .
the Inke with them for awhile. for the heavier 'breeds and the last
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i acre pasture demonstration struction of $126,000 grade school :
grass : j w.? ID06115ATTEPFIEID
On tin way to and from the lake and two for the lighter breeds. This will 9

wlnlf then1: 1 aw something that Im- bring the pullets to maturity at the {I I operation plat on a with local the cattle grass ranch And, forage in co- building \ \ "
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pies-ed mu deeply. In traveling right time. I) crops specialist of the Experiment l\flnnoola-New York syndicate to e 1 1
i through" the woods und even around -
Jjl i the I edge of. the lake, every now /and FEED mKSI; SKIMMII.K AND Station has boon started. thoroughly develop and subdivide 115 F') I

t tlu'n' wo would come! to the blenchedcKoleton I'A'ITEN TIIEJI" IIN A HURRY I acre tract north of city. ( '. .. ,BUD" ;
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of mute.IKIILC- i i"f' .. .. :
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Homi cow> "
Skimnnlk is a splendid stimulator FLORIDA WEEKLY IN-: St. Petersburg-Initial work started I ,,'. .
the luck of feed and attention. And I ."
of growth when used in thu feed of Dl'STRIAL REVIEW on 93,000,000 development projectand "" "
I iilso there wore roving the woods/ hogs. and on general) farms of Florida l I. e s a I hotel at Beach drive and Fifth .
j i 1 b U'ge number, of unblciu< 'hed skeletons T. el-e three nat! JlloJUY lu own men have agreed to act: a pt.lgcs': ': '
,tl f at COWM' more mute evidence of tho where Homo hogs and u few cows Every local enterprise that em- mcnue. and pick the winning comic drawing- the contest which this ne' .-.-
r lack of feed and attention. are kept, the !Hogs should! be fed some paper is now' conducting exclusively in this territory. Boys! 8 to 10,
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These cattle were roving the Band skimniilk if possible. It will help get poten-tial I Building contracts awarded in all over the country have been sending in their drawings of "Old Pop

,(I''I hills, many of which had been burned the fall pigs ready for market in munity. Many Florida in IOU totaled $11D,025,800( Gunn" from the comic strip, Folks In Our Town published every week
has
off only recently in search of Homc'- April and May when they will be I a prosperous town increase of 52 per cent over 1923. In this newspaper. More than twenty-five big league gloves, baseball
p1. thing to keep them alive and from bringing good prices. ( grown up around a single bravo industry bats, etc., will be awarded to the winners. The judges are Bud Fisher,

\ the looks of the cows. still living, and Lost August the Florida Experiment that now pays big dividends Palmetto-00-mre tract on Lemon originator: of "Mutt and Jeff," R. W (Bob) Satterfield, America's
.' the number of bones scattered. here Station .selected two lots of ,, to the "lucky" man who had the com.I avenue to be subdivided and developed Best CartoonNt, and John B. Kennedy managing editor of Colliers,

1 ,,t I and there, had had poor SUCCss.'f eight hogs each and compared a ration 'I munity-building vision when they I into residential district. the National Weekly. The contest closes March 15. Winners will be

Some were even wading out into the containing skim milk with the gave It is first lift. "' announced the last week in March.
I same ration minus the milk, to see I Tampa-New school building to bo
lakes. ami ponds in .search of green
!'f' stuff, (and it Is in this way that many which would produce most rapid and I Three cities in Lake county to hold erected at cost of $1.10,000.LeesburllLarjte POPPY' --

I others lose. their lives by bogging{ economical gains. bond. elections totaling $215,000 for WILE Colds Cause drip and Influenza
down.) The basic ration composed of 9 school improvements. concrete buildingto "Mondy: what you name dat chile?" ,
of (parts shelled corn and 1 part fish meal be constructed on Orange street. "Ise named dat chile LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet remove.
The sand beds) and dry weed by Opium. I the stases Then u only/one "BmmoQulnloe. '
lot received this
I I Florida hills will not support a drove weight; one ration "And what fo' you name dat chile LW.GROVE'Sslgoamreoabox. seaOpium
of cattle and keep them in good con- plus skimmilk. The eight hogs ?" --, -
consumed about five of skim- erec-ted
I gallons
dition. A that through the I
cow goes milk day. "Cause I looked Opium up in thedictionary
per
\ winter in good condition is one that
The hogs getting skimmilk in the street paving project. i and hit say hit cum from
I makes more profit for the owner. ration made an average daily gain of a wile poppy and if dat chile ain't 6 6 6 I
Those that absolutely die of starvation -
1.88 while those Lake Worth-Forty-acre tract west President's Dad wile "
r politely called "exposure" are pounds, not getting got a poppy I don't know who is.

( losses to their owners and those that skim milk made an average daily gain of Groveland Park, to be subdividedand At Inauguration Im prMcripUoa. r
FOR ALL LOCAL,
live through the winter by the hardestdo of 1.48 pounds. placed on market. HAPPENINGS Colds. Grippe. Dengueea, Head

not make a profit. The lot receiving skimmilk re- READ aches Constipation Biliousness.
It is estimated that in tho United quired 333.2 pounds of shelled corn St. Petersburg-Plans formulating r THE TELEGRAPH It I. the most ipMdy nmidy, w. ......
and fish meal and 27S of for construction of large radio broad
about pounds
i States as a whole, 3,000,000 .
skim-I casting station here. -- --- -- "' ------ -- -- --
I r cattle and sheep will starve to death milk to produce 100 pounds of

this winter. Some of them will be in It would l have been necessary to Lake Worth Local "COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE HADE WE WOULD MAKE IT"
I .Florida. even with its mild climate. have fed, the hogs not getting skim-
I ., Twenty or more cattle in every thous- I milk IB'/iidays longer to have produced Company to improve TelePhORl'1 Get Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON PURE and GEM
'. '; and died of starvation or thirst in the same amount to gain in of 50000. t BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.

+I Florida" during the year ending June 'I weight as the other lot. Miami Not the Cheapest but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides Sprayers, t,
4 -.--- I -$1,500,000 bond issue lip-
1 80, 1021. I i Dusters and Dusts.E. .
HUMt'8"THE _
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Well when I Rot back to the edge I LIFE (OF SOIL proved for completion of watery-

t of my oat fields and saw my cattle Humus-decayed vegetable matter tern, increasing dock facilities and 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville Fla
in there while In other civic improvements. j jBartow
grazing for a the i -is the life of the soil. A soil with :( '
afternoon, and the sleek look of their
i.little humus has but small
|, or no a -Plans completed for t'>n
bodies which in condition
were good amount of bacterial life in it, and bacterial I 1
I was triad that I had been giving I,: life in the soil is be- structlon of much needed road to link 1r
s them a little feud, along and l grazing necessary Bird sanctuary.

a* r. afternoon.them on the I winter follow cover this policy crops every each :I i I I fore soil It most can is the be onlykind called fertile.that A produces fertile -I Tampa-Exchange National Bank L Our Cross-,\-Y Yore} PuzzleA

profitable Nearlyall
crops. buys $1,000,000 bond issue voted for
i winter tho
and get enough milk from soils in Florida would be improved
t dairy cows and enough extra money\ by the addition of humus. new school buildings.
from those sold 1 as beef to convince \
( Humus he added the soil
can to by
Pensacola Combined
it I me that this is. a good policy. I into apartment I II uniform he submits. To start
I plowing it vegetable matter that house and theater to be constructed five leter word, meaning consis- design
BEWARE OF FAKE will decay In a reasonable short time. tent-would no doubt mean "Barnes"if with there are eight words of six letters
at cost of $800,000.GainesvilleUniversity. I of Plymouth I
CoU John Coolidge
TREE SURGEONS Instead of burning off grass and Webster defined proper names. each. They get shorter from then
I
who by the light of a coaloiletsnreddttheooethaotlo
Vfc
weeds in getting ready for the spring j of Florida bible ad-, certain it is that Walter R. Barnes I on-but there is an equal number of
Officials of the State College of crops, plow them under. In this way lamp
completing work on $100,000 unit of to hU. who this week cooked up the crossword the same letter words throughout. No
Agriculture valuable plant food material will be
certain fake are tree calling attention that are to I converted into humus instead of new library building. son at the. Pres. Harding puzzle below is the most con- word is difficult-but you've got to

giving trouble in some surgeons parts of Flor- I smoke. When a crop of grass and made t a triptitoo Washington! for sistent puzzle builder of all, if one keep plugging to solve it.

l ida. Persons representing themselves weeds is burned, the greater part of I Clearwater $205,560 contract the inauguration this week. will pause long enough to study the

as tree surgeons who propose to dope I I the fertilizing elements go up in the awarded. for construction of cause-

trees with calomel, salts, sulphur, or smoke. way across( Clearwater Harbor. 0 I .

any other tree "medicine" are not .The:! man.who carefully returns to .
real tree surgeons, and their services his farm of the organic matter available .J .a

should be declined by owners of the such as stable manure bean a poorly made instrument. Our ;-1-t,
trees to be treated. vines, peavlnes grass and weeds that teeth .
cause suffering and death. 9 lJ '
Doping does the tree no good, and accumulate upon the land each year, Teeth better planned would
not do
may do harm as the cutting will is improving the soil. The man who This that. Even i f st
our five-fingered
leave a scar. Unless the newly exposed burns off nil of this matter each year Week hands, would have been much improved
3. 10 J+ .
reduces the
surface it. painted to protect( fertility of his soil. Redu..ed by adding one finger. With

it, it will be subject to the entranceof fertility means lower cropyl..ld that extra finger we should in sJ J1 is is Jre
use
G harmful bacteria and fungi that and l increased costs of produc arithmetic the superior duodecimal

may cause disease to set In and, ruin tion. system instead of the inferior
--
the tree. DORMANT :SPKVY; IMPORTANTIN :" decimal system, and we could play 10 41 4i 4J x 1 iJ 40
It is recommended that where
possible stringed instruments of
: CONTROL OF PECAN SCAB a higher
,t' before securing: the services of more complicated kind 4, 4. 41 yuI
a tree .surgeon, if the tree owner is It is highly important that
In doubt about hill pecan ,I t ss ty eslr
reliability horticulturist
a trees receive the dormnnt of
spray i
he consulted to make sure I I Floyd Collln's suffering is over. .
lime-sulphur at the rate of H gallons g e 1 eta el sy
.. the surgeon is reliable. I to This man's death illustrates the .
tree 50 before the buds state
( ( and the
weakne--1
By Arthur Brisbane power of human M xJ
HKilll"M:" PARK PLAN:" in the control of pecan smb. This
ATTRACTION "I'OU MSIlORSj,j" ease is one of the worst that thepo-: I ed their lives to save Ms. Doctors .s- t auro

I lan grower has to contend with, anti, OUR GIFTS TO JUSTICE. went to his rescua( by flying ,. n I

d Highland Park Plant of the Ford, control measures should be started DEFECTIVE TEETH AND !machine, but .could 1 1rlo u nothing. ;
Motor Company continues to be the early in order to get best results. The HANDS. Mne entire nauon followed closely

biff attraction for visitors in Detroit dormant spray is very desirable in OJR FEEBLE IMAGINATION. the tragic story.Imagination HORIZONTAL:" !0. Crippled.

I and l they come from all over,the checking the early development of NEIGHBORLY showed the man lyIng 1. Ability or genius. 10. Kind of willow.
I world.! the disease.It NATIONS.A in the low cave, his leg crushed 6. Fat. 11. Married.
should. he remembered that linio- the
Last year more than 122,000 poo- --==-==z by 11,000-pound rock, existing 12. European Crow. 13. To reply.
sulphur at this
strength cannot be day after day for
two
rile were escorted through the plant. used after the foliage comes out, on man in the Sing Slug death in horrible agony nearly and discomfort.weeks 15. To annoy. 14. Hotter.

Guides are always on hand to show account of the burning of the leaves. house, sentenced to die next 16. Dainty. 20. A part.

I visitors the interesting phases of Spray with thuj material while the month, hangs himself Doctors It was possible to imagine clearly 17. To lay again. 22. To sense b, touch.

r Ford manufacture, for the company trees are still dormnnt. work over him for hours, trying that dreadful situation. And- IS. Among. 25. Hastened.

Invites inspection not only of its great Follow with J-l-50 Bordenux after to bring him back to life. The the nation sympathized. Any legis 19. Prophets. 27. Anger.
plants in Detroit but also its assembly the nuts are set. This should be done Interesting feature of' lature would gladly have voted 21. Full value. 2i. To rob.
OH soon as the nuts set, as the disease this death 22. Liberated.
$100,000 32.
't I I plants throughout the country. In the to save ollins. Very hard metal.
will begin to dot-lop nt once. If the death house is the violent The 23. Within.
\ Summer months bring the largest same don, through its 83. The whole.
t number of visitors and in 1021!! August young> nuts are kept covered with the effort to resuscitate the man after legislatures( fuses to pass tho 21. In old time. 31. A number.

held the record at Highland Park spray it is possible to control the disease ho had! strangled himself. The law Child. Labor o-i.i'nc'ment that would l 28.:! Countenance. 36. Large ancient boat.

with 30010. to a large degree.At said be must die, why not let him 're<' tens 0C T.iusnnds, cf children 23. Prefix meaning again. 37. To consume.
least four applications of Bordeaux die' from years of low torment. 30. Adult
male.
t Among the distinguished visitor will be required during the Th' feeble public imagination 41. Domestic animal.

I I'' last year was the Prince of Wales and i, summer months, three or four weeks What ,10! the higher powers cannot T clearly those children 31. Before. 42. Period of time.
the youngest of tho notables was apart.A above think of the corpses that in the mills. 83. To wait on. 43. Highway.

I Jackie CoolI'antost.; every country beneficial practice ii to knock we send up from our guRous. elec 33. Narrate. 41. To conclude.

was represented in the visitors. ( nil husks and infected twigs and turn trio chairs iu.,d lethal thitmbers? The Prince of Wales whom 38. To run away. 43. For rowing.
them under when the orchard soil Is How, much hotter does! cur civiliz Americans recently male. verY 39. Quantity of paper. 46. To stuff. '
To the average person the final cultivated the moon seem up there than that of 40.
in spring. welcome. Is interested in a plan to Spears. 47. Acrid.
I assembly holds the mosinterest.. These delicious nuts are too valuable the ancient Mexicans that ripped send British students to this 41. List of buslneS to be dona' 50. A clan.
Seeing a car grow in a few minutes for us to let thojn he destroyed! oUt the heart of a living human country. That I is common sense, as 48. Skill. 53.
from chasis to the finished article by disease. It pays to control scab. 'crlt\\ e. offering that tt-s a welcome !- well as a pleasant compliment 49. Part of head. Dispose of money.

r has the greatest appeal of all the interesting : . ..-.-.-..-. How gift i i" to qur their gifts godn to the god- that The Rhodes scholarship system, 51. (Pronoun. 56.65. Framework To quit. of body.
now sends American
sights at the Highland boy to
:
I EXTRACTS FROM: COUNTY de.t of justice impress real justice British universities 53. Celestial body. 88. Quickly.
i Park Plant. Next the conveyor eye- ? will be reversed 54. Wild !
tems register strongest the imagination AGENTS';:" IIEI'OUrS' in the new plan. The way apple. 60. Placed a 7 S
on _
after which interest is divided . to establish peace is. to Increase 66. Business group (abbr.) 62. Decomposed! Vegetation. ..
The French army has tested and. mtolligenca. When nations know 57. Snares. 67. Pronoun (old form.)
among a number of major oper Jl'fferson-Sun'e'ed some terracesfor approved a new tobiimg! device each other, they will compete i Li-, 69.!! Old Testament Character. 69. Note of scale.
ations.H one farmer and made enlt'a' e- for airplane, without the use of a stead of fighting. 61. Drowses.
---- --- ments with six others to assist them That
gyroscope. means one 63. Answer
?\ so ni XT l'tTl.I.F.T11.1.:: the following week. This work Is nearer to' absolutely safe flying step Prong. to Last \Veek's Puzzle .
:MVn'RK: BY NO\KMIIF.R FIRST There 'Is '" PPo ntment because 64. Prepared. '
needed very badly on most of the rolling safer than any mode of travel on the British
Pullets should h" well developed by lands of the county and I am l lanl. Church can't find a 63.; Trim. SOON iG0 SEA LO

November 1. 'n that they may he doing everything possible to promote Ten to twenty rears should see Nlhtl"and way; V) make a saint of Florence 60. Black. Nil 4 WN I NA

+ brought into production readily in I it. the eml of long distance rail travel halo. The I supply her with a 63. To bind.. 1 Orr FD 0 AtARi.t

order to produce pirirs during the ", in. | and l of ocean surface travel. Florence answer to that is that 69. To rent. t N a T F F, E
ter when egg price 'are high Fillets | Duval-The calf club Is growing in Vise real estate investors will already, and Nightingale needs is a' saint 70. To contribute.'r. LAID QPE kAR
commit into production and hitting membership weekly. Nine members make their no halo. = i+A
] plans with the flying 71. Small roller. : 5 A G cv
1 the winter market will be profit 1' have already enrolled and. secured machine In mind. When she went to Scutari, with P NSA R 5 .V F

makers.If .'calves. Others are expecting to secure her group of devoted nurses, to 1. 'Gland VERTICAL 5 AND S RE A

the pallet aro not well developed calves at an early date. The The British worry because the save from needless death the 2. of throat. M t N A L V A I INt

!' when cold weather sets In and) good roads being built are stimulating national eyesight !grows weaker. wounded men in the Crimea, stick Foreigner. 5TH M (, p
Rl. if theY are not in their winter the agricultural development of this One hundred and, fifty In every trig' at her work although prostrated 3. Very small\ paraeites. -A CIr1 NAT

.! I tern it will take a longer quar-I 1,000 Il'croo.t sight: at the Dile' of e" with fever, he made her 4. Each one. AS' A 4DAI

bring them into production. From To Cure a Cold In One Day twenty and ten at the age of four. a *alntNothing that the 5. Point of compass. I T'S' M 1 5 D EIE D L L'HE '
Archbishop of
six to seven month and sometimes I T.k. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tlbltul' ftfopclhe The human eye, like the teeth do Canterbury might 6. Mirth and festivity. E E uMoOL
longer Is required f.ir heavier! breeds Couith: and Hadwlta: aqd wwYsueth.old. that nature kayo us, Is defective, would make her saJntliness 7. Preposition. NIN
-- i: E W tTKOVES >i..ID.lur. aa uchbus." :JOc. more genuine than It Is. q
like :Rhode Island Reds
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FRIDA Y. 1\I.\RClI 6, 1923 ..RAl>FORD nnrtWV tt Dr t.nit I

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NEW STATE HIGHWAY I I the act. DROOKEK !I -- I

LAW BEING PLANNED {j I Every driver of such motor vehicles I I New Way to Quickly Mr Frond ireeii and :Mallory Sur- J :\11's.Irrtle: 1 Douglass visited. her I
Brooker March 6. Mrs. O. G. of P.no,
would be required to be at reiu-j Hill und Mr. Livingston 'Klnl+ ter. ::111'.. Cordon !
Legislature To Meet In near/ Raiford lat '
April, May I Strayhorn of Waldo w/is hero with Russ and II.
B.
Bo Urged To 1'ans leant 21 years of age.No I 1 Stop Worst Cough Crosby, of I week
Proposed passenger carrying motor car- her 1 parents, Mr. and !Mrs. E. M. Maze Brooker, were visiting friend hole, I

Measure. Her unit would be permitted to be Monday. method A romirknblo for rn>*'' and nlntpla Sunday. ,I 1 Mr. J. S. Howard, of Dukes h.nrecently I'
rooting
According; to u dispatch sent out ',driven over a public highway at a Mrs. L. R. Forsyth, of Plant City, relief with the fast i doses a r.mh ami' "- 'IM-I l 11 :Miss Opal and\ IA-IUI Man Lewis set one hundred and sixty
:
from Talluhassce this week, a bill ,I| speed greater than 25 miles an hour, watt here with friends und relatives bourn.Iv breaks a. severe cougu :in "J. spent lust week with the Misses\ I acros 11l'I'I'lInll.\ A I largo portion' of

for the and this week.H. The treatment Is timed the Hodges at Now River f
regulation of motor vehicle no freight currying vehiclb tastcI'thlln on these( are on tho
:20 miles P. Gainey and O. W. Barry were prescription known UK t'r. KliiK Thu friends of h's. Bill! I II lutes arc I farm (formerly
hour. icew
transportation over the public highways on IXuuuvery I for Coiluhi tat j
owned
of Floridahas been drawn i -'- attending to business in Starke Fri take lute one tPimuaonrul owl I liuM glad to hear of her recovery. j, by R .J, Andrews. I

by Frank Woodward railroad tux up UP SUE GOES AGAIN day. It cmlitf In your ui'foro throat sw nllowlnirnhout for 15. or 8' sac Mr. and Mr. H. Shaw and 1 childrenof J :Mr.. Howard,I and Mr. E. B. Rodger

assessment agent of the Cephus Uarreli, of Waldo, was herewith 'follow,. with "' '' 'O'''. 'Dm pi"<.m-ilp-/ fine Hill spi-nt' the \\ook-ond lieu- also has SHI'1l111"8 inblucliernca,
comptroller'soffice. j Gasoline went cent in Tam- tlon haH U double I IThe
up ono notion it with Mrs.
his not Shaw's
Mr. and Mrs.
Uar mother
parents, Mrs. J. It
,
.
and I only 'h08 and lion
will be I
probably presented N"riiman.I
pa yesterday. It is now retailing at roll Thomas. I' Q..lnloo. Th.t-bites Not-A'fect
to the Sunday. Irritation, bur It iiulrltly I"..... "* tJ..r.
legislature when it meet in 25: cents gallon. In two weeks the and I't'nlttho .
a phloant and
-'
Mra. i.inflation -- -- In
P. M. -- 1111110
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Barefoot and little i1e.'aoeo mad Incntitn .
oI aRrrl
'LAA ,
April. Mr. Woodward points out that price at the which 0-10 tlio illrpi't i',t,,. U1UHLANI i MU ql INIM: ':: ,Tahlend.
filling-stations has increased
motor I daughter, Junita, of Starke were here of the ('"",,.hlnlf. Pconlo lino li.'Its.hnlehed t.y ny.5no "lIh"t, r'III'hloJ..rvllu.n.' ran,.. be alrp)
transportation carriers are not SEVEN CENTS. bow o. rinq1 Des
Sunday. milikly the coti.li- 11511 head t; ,:"" L :s ,
now regulated in any way except sofar This increase in is j I lag atoipt-a' with tlitd new tit. ,to Highland, :March (1i.-\lI..s i Ollie I I aManluroiintwx 7Up.
price in violnI E. M. and G. W. llazen aiul! the hole
ware attending mi-nt w rotiKli' condi Miter 4 MAeTRR'B.
as they are limited in scope by I I tion of all accepted rules of supply tion/ ,guva In a. very short Unit spent Wednesday here tinguest I BALKV.iin

incorporations restrictions and such and demand. The to business i in Staike Friday j! The, |>"i ac-ilptloll, \ In for < uilclioh .--. of Mr. und h'M. J, T. Marr. I ; (I. I briny" ,
i ( supplyof gasoline I uit ii 'iimt under
Floyd Wiggins of New *t oi.l.N' hourdcnoaif lit and by
River was onIn! i-* K.: f
restrictions as may bo placed upon I j his increasing every day. The de- : Pl> loim'tl I, I soup[ ",It-, It N .1.','It, 'II" L Wilkinson was avisito- tit Law c,orm1.f",,,,-,. inadi.I that erlnln" II.iil.. .I..r| fort.. [
visitor here I ,
; and ,
a Sunday.Mr. : I ." Hell tey Saturda '. I nndtnd r I > n the lOlh, day of
I by the state's automobile license tags. mend, taking the country as a whole and Mrs. llogan Smith of ao.r I'JI, : ,in .1 i''r'!i ,n .s \I .narovnup, ,,1 in/ ;; i:\! |i; ,-i>, "lius. > I t-.f "110 l 1 r ,J1 I\I\r'b,. 1 1/oe. .1 ''">1 i..W 111 Judas
They are not under the control of any "has been decreasing for several I.e,[ the .1 ,'H "IllN 0110 t ,I- '" 'I I lit. Tluniilon J. L. Hvlggs! I'. Jt.. ; UlhuLCMI,, Cirrult, icllnu for and
department of the state Sampson were the guest of her sister At all i ?U dtuwtlrla, .\ 1 k I''t" : l'lkk1'0 iiinoiig the tia\ollmg men\ '' I naad lulilli r Judas, A V. Lone. ,Iud". of tho k,
government, months. Mrs. L. :;: : :.lu.IU.in! : !\ I 1lrndt: of Kli.rlilu. In and tar I
he says. Morgan Sunday I I Hilling on tho trade lienlast week 'I 'Ihdfnnf: CmniiI: lorldii.I : .HmiuiiliniHl.; : : In i I
But in Florida the that
demand, w ,
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Mr. "
Steve ,
HauRue's dwelling hou 0u'101" rite
Albert
LainoiiM "J"1rc
California on the other hand, he course is increasing, due to the burned down last Friday spent tho wock-emi '". Coliinitiin; il rurpn.ol, ,,,,"ylyderal. I. coraiilnln-l Land
has Of// morning with friends near SUlrkt1.II. nit, snot. W. I U. MiKlnm-y. "
.
says, a special commission to ist kitty
M.KI..nelh.
reason. This explain .. ,,, /
may ,
about 11:30: destroying nearlyall! of i. M if.- I ho Law Ivy Nntiimnl.
T. I
loo k after such UIScgycRYIOa Hoggs wits u visitor to Jiuksonvillo .. Form Loan
enterprises which rapid boosting of the price in his household goods. \>H> iitil'lon, a rcrimratlon J, M, ruby I
are carrying a large share of the section. Monday.H. IJdrra.. Hunk of llnlfnnl. n "ro
i enrporallun.
Death of Mr. Charley: Wilson I li'f.iliiiil| the ,.
,
I I. C.: tVimberly Jr. .nd iKtml will
nose
traffic of that state. Florida he spent Monday fr
Greed alone is at the back of these ill.- and! will. m II i., .the hilt hc.t bidder for
says, is growing so rapidly and is price advances-greed and the Mr. Charley Wilson died here last I here with relatives: rash. ln/rilll! "f the Court 'H".o door In
I powerto Thursday about !c. M. Crews SlaiU. liradfnnl. rininly.. }'Inr61n. I
night (8:00 o'clock.
made M
building hard-surfaced roads the : a business trip on "nlay
by make the public pay, or walk. lie I r.nl, mill t'l l\dr VV.ml, ..r' Jackson to l ll Ih" MH dny "I April..t. I). tu3a l! dnring 'the r
old Starke
was an resident of this section Saturday. l egal halm' of ,
hundreds ,
of miles each nlr fee tin
it possible to motor year, vehicles making |i Yet an attempt at an inquiry as to for many years, and has been ,'on-I Mlli1MII'!I ''ll'r SlIlId,.)' wIth friend Mr. and Mrs. t H.[ C. Wllnberly, Mrs 4'luN xafJ Wool; J.:etw the Purpr.s fulluwing, : of.I"t.:: .
operate al
why the price has advanced instituted n'nt I ,+Inh, 'lying h
and and
relative I lIt'I" '
fined to his bed for the last 11 months. A. 11. : ; : nra"f0"'
Green of
in increasing numbers, and he believes -, by Senator Trammell blocked Starko, Misses Bethnnd I roomy' Flurldn, h will I
was
The funeral services conductedby Little :Mildred Morgan has been Winifred I hi- North. half, of the South
were Wimberly and wnt ,
they should be properly Ethel 1 1 I quarter 6
regulated -j by Republican Senators. This action lym/ Sniiih' of Wateroak.
I Rev. J. II. Kelley and interment out of Hihool fur the last week with Ricks visited relatives liranoh and, the t
as a matter of protection not leas expected from that in Waldo :Sun Rnmhrgd:;: quarter: of the 8atithwpat.iiuarter' of
'only to using such source. was in :New Hope cemetery last Friday the flu.Louis. day.Miller. 3.Muon, aTn >a.hlp e. Smith ;of; >I tnnita 21 i iI.
passengers conveniences -j Probably the Republican Senators Fees l. ,\I." the Norlhrnat utlnrtrr, of the
but to the state highways 'figure that they have put the public afternoon. Shriver was attending to Northiiiwt iimrl-r of 14..U"

which are built at great cost to the I under great obligations to them by Leaving to mourn his death is his business in Starke Monday. IILI.EIC" 5.nlM>Month nl UOwicira, ,,( Itnniiv more 21 or Enat.1,_rnlI.. twin etil

taxpayers as well. this course. I wife four small children, two brothers Royce Gainey, Wilson Russ line I :March 0:=M;. and Mrs. Julius A. V.. ADKIN8.E. .

Among provisions incorporated in There is no chance now that the Dame Wilson of Lacrosse, and Mph Hazvn were with friends i in Purrlsli and baby of Five Mile spent M. JOHNS tHKSoHcUor l.t I Mader

the bill by Mr. Woodward are the public may be harrassed by findings Harry Wilson of Sarasota. Graham Sunday.) Saturday and Sunday with their pare for Coiiii.liilnniil 2.27-BM.o'

following: that the oil interests have no justification -I Royce, Lois and Tolieda Gainey were Grandma Gainey happened to th ents, Mr. and Mrs '1'. H.[ Waters. NO-TICK TO DMirOHS: AM
CHEIlirOmimlfion :
I Give..the railroad commission. full! ,i for present prices. When fill- with friends in Waldo Thursday eve- misfortune of felling backwards ami) !Murray Thomas made a business : :
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l .1''n.; ; ;;
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ftuinoruy over motor vehicular iruific. the tank it nimr. V. V. llazen of Waldo was hero trip to High Springs l nml ., claim
I tug is much more pleasant struck u chair and! almost dislocated ono tiny ins< a.nlnat flip ramie of Mary ItopHlna.

I for the motorist to feel that ho here Monday with his parents, Mr, her shoulder. week llrndford County. Florida' .l.--'n.rd.. will InUof,per.
Motor carriers would and Mrs. E. M. llazen. Misses Jeanette soul lisle clnlma duly authenticated to the
not be per- is lucky to be buying gas at any price I. Mrs.. Rosetta Ostron, of High and Fayreo Brows 'iiulcn.luno.1 oiiwutor .and i.MifiilrU,
mitted to operate without first obtainIng and that except for the self-sacrifice 'who are attending! Helmut at Stork one. 10'/ they, will be forever barrail.wllhln
Springs
her
visiting mother Mr
from the railroad I was x' spent the And all pnreona. lniluli-,1 to add. Batata .
commission a of the oil companies, he might not be week-end with their am
Emily Abbott lust week 'parents "n-qulrnl to pay (hell raid debla to
the
certificate declaring public conveniences able to operate his car at all. I [ Spring Frock I II II IL here. I '" nnd pin-ulrlx. forthwith. cxeenlor -

and necessity required suchoperation. I Miss Virginia Weeks has notboon !bra( Roland Thomas spent IIIIItweek rhla Oath any of Kol.rnnry: A. n. I9Z5.
Thin comfort is assured the gas JOHN, ;
able
to be in school for the past 1HH.OWKATK (
The commission would with her
consumer by the barriers the Republijcnn daughter, 1\1 rs. Slot : ..
have I few days on account of sickness ,of Five I i.Iv1NOHTAN
Mile
power to suspend at time after .
any Senators in the of .', -III-1,
put 'I
an investigation I
or amend any certificate ao issued I to determine way the upward Dr. E. L. Itiggs of Sturke, was a Miss Virgil Thomas, of Lake Doter ----. .. j';.re..I."

or after hearing, for cause, revoke of price. Probably the oil com- business visitor here tine day taut h visited Miss Pearl! Drown Sun oitKaiT rou'rrniicAYiov: -

such certificate. I week. day
I'panics feel just a* comfortable that, I'' Clroiilt Coini. "wihffi Judicial Cln ,tilt 1

Motor transportation vehicles wouldbe for the present at lout, the public I j : t ,ttl Among tho ones hero to attend Hal Muinoi: of tho U. of I"'., it eery Rradrord County. Siolo. of ',...''dft. In CnanMamlo -

required to operate over given I I shall not learn why the law of supply church at New Hope Sunday were: Gainesville visited friends hero Sun Ellialx-lh. CairM, romiilnlnantJam

routes on schedule and charge specified !'land demand is apparently being tied ; J. J. Morgan and family. Henry Shaw day. I .e Robert. rinrrla. n.

rates and fares. I in a knot.-Tampa Tribune. I; .4,. and family Rev. J. II. Kelley andMrs. Mr. and Mr K. L. Mi-Lend, of : .It ..",,..ftrlnll' liy aflldntlt Pprvnilant appendml to the

All such property would be subjectto -.- --- -- I { t r. : Abboott. Worlhington visited bur and !Mrs. mil. Clod, | In the. .", ,,,...1..1 saute that Jamna

assessment for taxes under the I RF.1'' CLARK A-.m:. IIIS I Mr. Russell Ward, of Jacksonville L. !PouglusH Sunday. la noise a non.rinrrla...."<1.."tinl..r.n.limt. iif the Htnte thurotn of) Klnrliln.nnmrij and l
I
same rules that now apply to railroads "SWAN SONO": CHEERED was here for the week-end with his J. I,', )DouglusM, and sun (Veil, W'I I .I.l n roldimt, of ljl.llnlliln.| Mtato of l>i>nnylinnla. -

and the taxes collected there BY MEMBERS: OF HOLSE mother Mrs. T. P. Ward 'Worthington visited, Mr. ,1 lh/<. coo of at 1..nl'.UI'p Una Mnntora y.-nrn.Stn-i-t.It la..and therefore la over

from turned into the state treasury I Mrs. I s'. JI.[ Douglass Sunday. onlrml, ., that inl.l l non-r.-al.li.nl\ dofandnnt'' ha
for credit of the state road Washington, Feb 28.-In a "swansonIC" I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Long wero with and ho la h.rploy,1\ lo appear. to the
department I
friends in Hampton! bill of complaint. III-I In raid .
Sunday.Mr. "1" on be.
the !
today in House Representative or
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and the county tax paid into ......J. .. .... 1' fnn. Monday, the tills day of Mnrah A. P.
county road funds of each county Clark Democrat Florida de : and Mrs. E. M. Hnzcn were 1P 2*. thrrwlaai the allmiatluna of add. bill'

dared he was retiring from Conure the guests of their daughter, bur.. will he taken el eonrmivd by raid. defandant.'
traversed by the motor carrier trans | Gained 60 Pounds /I/ 'I. "rll"lr nrilercd' that. thla ordtnba
portation lines. after ten consecutive terms with a U G. Struyhorn of Waldo Sunday. |1.bll.I..1. sine n wash for four aonaeaiitlva

realization that the of public offlcials .w.i.l In I he Itrnilfoid ('""nt), TcleirraDh, .a
The pay Among the from ,
carrier here
motor would be re ones to attend li..v iml.r| ; ,nnhllalinl In mid County and State.

quired to keep a daily record of all is too meagre to enable them I the funeru 1 services of Mr s. HOIK KIDNEY: ; : AND: ; BLAIIDKKKKMKDV 'Ihla "Pibruary II. 11)25.)

schedules maintained, vehicles used, to make proper provisions for old age, t Howard were: J. J. Morgan, Henry ._.'"? u. W Ar-DERMAN.: I
: Clerk Circuit Court t
Mr. Clark was applauded repeatedly ,I Shaw K:. M JOHNS.
amount of freight and pas enlCertraffic Mr. and Mrs. E. M.\ Huzen ami

handled and such other records as he recalled! his House associate t lit others. I K. S, Hardy of Marshall, Tuxes/ / Solicitor/ fur. (.mi.lnlnant. 2.I.1JI..1I3Yin

as required by the railroad commis of former days and declared that t .T. C. Cone and family wore with write. : ..I had n bad cone uf Bright'n ) Wi'iTf i'pit rl'HLII'ATION-' -

although he could have made mans, e60. r friends in
sion. Failure to taxes would LaCrosse Sunday. rn
pay re /
times what he has, had he remain,',1, W. S. Disease and was told hut( 1 would It rndfonl rln-njt r.inrt Rluhth .ludlirlat. Circuit
. sult in revocation of certificate au Noble of Sampson City WUMlure County, Stnlo. of Florida 'In Chaneery. -

/ thorizing operation. in private, he had no regrets n 4' i / v with his daughter, Mm. L. Morgan never be able to work. I lost fleli 1 i W c. flaiiiidni' n.ninlalnantl.i.nlai

{ No certificate of operation would i dedicating his life to public ser\no I< t k3I 1 Sunday. I till I only weighed HO 'pounds, ; my

Declaring he was going but'k to ..... i > Rnnndi'tii.' n.nrfrmlant,
be issued until the carrier files with n Carroll Adkinson, of Waldo blood
was
r pressure was MO high that I Inn] Pmmina' by
nffldarlt'
the l'II\III'\ nPPundsJl a, the
the railroad commission a liability "best state in the Union h 'henwith, friends and relatives Sun- to be careful In: :tin. Him11 .tilled euilaa that Lnulae
urged members of the House I of my excrrisu. l'h.nfoO\, thi I iN.ri-t' ,.. .
insurance bond in such to \ 1-11 JII J. dnnt Ih. named. b a

the railroad commission penal regards sum us an the "Land of Sunshine fruit and Alien Thornton of Sturke was herewith I took Hobo Kidney find Itladdor t li n.n n'naiih-ni"'.h"' .,,' of,,f Its M.-rldlnll.,. Hialo'/ Slat of. h'larlda" of, .Mhuuwlppl,, pad ah.,

flowers." I Remedy and I think and,I la OUT thi.. oar of
friends I
Iwi.iity-onv
necessary to adequately protect the Sunday. urn entir'lycured la I ii-r..r..r. years : It
interests of the Both Representatie Longworth, tin :Miss Rhoda Brown of Starko the doctors liH .f.l.r.-l. hot >old| | ni.n-mldont' deriiiilnnt -
public with due regard was ; nay 1 am. Ins Il and la h..hl/| / n-nulrad' to ai>i>car
to the number of persons and Republican leader and Uepresentntisi" :a n uei'k-eml visitor at the home of running u locomotive l" tha l 5nfnro Mil of "i-iimiilnliit algid In old eauae on
sir"
the engine ever Y Monday Ism KHrl ""1or March. '
Garrett Democrat mad A.
amount of property involved and I leader .MiII.. E. Thomas. I), III2H sit'.lliuri.l.. the ull.. ,
such bond be liable for payment; of,' brief speeches praising Mr. ('lurk for ___n ... .. __.. ____ lay and weigh !IU4)! pounds" I fuel for will In- Inhon nil onfiaanl/ mii/.11 Icy/anld of defendant nald bill

claim for his service in the Hou.se.Habitual i ZIFJ" the suffering of others and it duos nullllaniHl I' 'I. "rtl"'r. ordered. thnt thla order. be
damage to
any persons or onmi n wrok for four onniecutlvi
Jm
property in which judgment l should be tt.t5TE Ziff mo good to inform others of tha >v. .'ha ,In th. nrmlfonl, Tounly' Ti'louraph.' a
Constipation CuredIn $ $ March U.-Services were held in nper i.idill-l.,1 In| sold|,| ,
I I County and Hlal.
obtained through court, or by payment 14 to 21 (Days itt Denton Sunday by the Pastor, C. faith I have >n Hobo Kidney and Bladder Tire Tibruary::: I 'llh: ,1026.

of any unpaid taxes. "LAX-FOS WITH l-'tl'SIN". Is a specially i 'rosly, of Rising,. Remedy." (R."n I> 1W/ AI.DRRMAN.
lurk
The railroad commission would be prepared! SyrupTunic-LexativeforHubltua This street frock is developed Mi** Ellen: Howard of Fairbanks Your neighborhood. ) Ily C', A, Circuit KNIOllr.K Pourt.. I
,
druggist sells
Constipation. It relieves promptly and Amber Helio Chartneefl. its invest It.
authorized to promulgate safety regulations i. here, this Dapulll Cl"k'Hnllilli.r
should betaken regularly for 14 to 21 day and cuffs of Fro&tercpe ill I week with her sinter, Mrs. M ,IOHNS.
for operation of such traffic induce regular act ion. It Stimulates 1 lighter hade give it a greater! ,' !| R. H. Thomas and brother iI.' Ho IIOIMJ MKDRINIt'OtlPANl; : fur. Oiiniilalnnnt 5.55-5.3.85)
as it deemed necessary and to enforce ward.' -- --
j Very Pleasant Take.
Regulates. to 6uc of charm. (5111)1:11
glee lleiiumont Terse' :: Putt
rflil
1 leA TIO AIn
of
such regulations under provisions
per bull le. Mr, and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham "

---- _. -------- -. spent Sunday hero with :Mrs. lynl's . . . .t. .i. 1 (oiinly., Hi,.lorldii rirrult.. ,In Court. ohnnrrry.Mm In;.and. far Bradford

parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. -. ---- _. ..... "n. no""'" .."."""..._" '
Mr and Mrs. It. li. Thomas/ and ---- T K."rtiiili: rhlllT'et'lila.

...
daughter. Hazel attended church atDeaton I Mr. and Mrs. "l.. .lle IIllli.. .,| al di-fi-ndanta. ..
T.,. "l. .. .
and was dinner guests with 01. I.nil.. Tom, Unbar and Kdwln
.
lliinr.rii. """'.. ,1 knows
E 7- C 00' BYE t.AoTe.JiI, 6 M 116'rlfR Polo' Mr. and MrB. P. A. Crosby. "Chatnp"t rind, If id .a.l I nil "i.nrtl.ii. clnlmlnii nnrtlia an If 'InOreat llvlnif .
=
FOLKS 1 &ODAH SEE HOW MUCH ISS WELL. The home home folk. from, here, """.-. Hid' known |..n.llinnd safe of them
FIVE .I.-i.I "-r nnnr"u' ,, whoeu rmldence
DOZEN EGGS 6ODAHtET I that attended Huron at :; are tinMniwii -
vee. IN SCHOOL$ AT and i. nil ..u.... unknown partlea
TOMORR'RVEA 'POP SIXTV CENTS- MS day were : MisI I Kllen; |11t'"I"1111'1, rluhn..c. nn hd.rd, ,o, 'Inmla hereinafter de-.
IN OUR TWO PouND!: aBUTTAH SEE '. .iuril.' dt'Jt17h"11tra
GENERAL Opal! Lewis und sister : I
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AT FIPTV&EBEN Ep.k_ I ; You nm1| earth of you are herehy -
STARE CENHj A nth M.Mi r. q.iln .1 I ,I., In- "".1 li|>|,"ai- before thu
TOWN POUND FOAM : J. F, lini..foot. WUH'u.is 'I w ,I linlKi' ..f t//". (teem Court for the Bliihth
of Iluyto! ''iit' CT as. Ju.lMliil. rir.' "ml., .I H..H.IH, In and for Is ratl-
PECKS DATA;( E3 ; here tin-, w""It i nt I ;i it III r }Im I, | J had, l..ni.ly. MI..,n thr' .IMh day of April. A.
6' LONG. G AT THIOTV CEMT& V fin >,d Miss li I'I.'t l;> : nt tinri.iin' Ifoiiao In aald/ County, In
RED AN' T'Qte: I '. -Khod.i 11 "man. {I Minri., .; I.HII i i :|; t:", an.wvr a Ulll I of Complaint,
.
i tlnl.iud HKiilii In
:rya, Tae! a t POUNDS 0'I..AID. !: r, K: Hod rhlll you lluber aald Underbill.Court by Junnla Mra..
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ATrWErt7 -
Tfrom;: { '-" I'.irni.-iiirr, harry PanncnUr J.
M. Un.ler-
C"
I \ FOA.4 ,
CCMT& hill, la I
J in.Unilrrhlll./ Allan Underhlll. Ethel'
Sod4 I t L I I'ndi-rlilll' ,., Ida II.k... Pullle 1&1..... inn
i..y, .tJe ;; I Ir CAN BI DONE III" '0. Alex irndcrhlll./ May dale and
I t a Vl"'r''nrc 1'ndcrlilll
DR GLO.L.DlCKERSON i ; 'I I he Hrn.iri.rd County T.Isureph
fn. d d.4/ -.: .'\ I ifwniaiHr |1.II'oh., .' In Htnrko, a Uradford weakly
D, Ptf (Ai :' Lllr'i SDIC .
IILISTto "'o.iy' Ibrlds ,
I. hrrrby I d.>
nli
y1) 0" ( J [l"D. J.' ,. Lf M'I W,Oi : 't"i.'WMimai'..1 li r i-luht In which nun.nruav.i. thi nettle wefita.shall. 1M pubmhi -

LM r.J ..d ..( : : > 'Hi., 'lutnln dn.r. .11..1 \In tho Hill of Complaint
\ ] rl ;' h, thla .. ,
.
d. pO" the till to which la sought to
trCLIlos: : : h aq/ \ // titup '. '. ,uh Gunk 1.11th .. I... unirt." .,1 .nvaunt. the n"'n..t .r.n..n.. It

,; _/_' b .,...,-' t ', /2Je ; 2)) L .' I 1L14I''', IIi I 1.I'.f I !i. i ieiiu -. I Is nii.r.-i I In.*.t nnd tlinmuh., any and ir all under tuii-anna Ihttm.claimlnir If' decaaaad end
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U I CASTER "'""-' ). ', .,I ,,, ( -- I h im'tli, a < I d ., "s fir.' I ''I i ''I. t '. f ..ill.' i-wlnn an followa.. ln-wltt The. North
-, ,, \ l.d*: .
q.iartir of th
= t Northwmt
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/ .::: heal' ni> the 11,11It',1/ and! irriMii-il. I.., r- I" quarter of anali..n -
TwfatyiU <24I 1. T.iwnahlp aN. (III.) South
A ,Pox of CRtVl.4'; O""I'r.N IKA I llnni Tweniy-tun 'if t:.u.t. mold lanila ba.

Tai.'LL 63 PLOT PUPPY COME OH '. .o'fsflegit IK SALVE; for Chci.t O..K,' H.l l C'..l: nine. I I y ins, 1. Mltuat.il, .amt lyinu 'in Itrndfnrd I< CountyWI'TNBHI a

'6C 3 I td0 SUH DOG THAT 'T'E r-4/n-lo-Q.ILn, C"WM", 1; Croup I U <*ni'luxcd! with every U.tl I J vr HASHM! 11 BBAt.' of said

you w, irTO tltW 5 TdA11 KID TAKES c.:; t4 ;-r&-r. I:3 BO.HS\ HAVKS- riE/VI.INi HONEY. 'I 1l! t ,''v ...or'lit/ '(u., (,110 ,,IllY' I I hoary A. D. 192.
f /,JVARD&a 6, 't *..a.t- ."ul! should be rubbed I ',.
TA, IT J"-- t on this ch'- t ami iIr..t I W ALDERMAN.!
< = t'IATI: -n-t. ,
WITH ; RITM CAKSfVs. A I ASCBAUl. of i hildren, suffering ft'nn a (>td! or Cr.;; ''J;{ I bull, Clark Circuit. r.,., ,t.
1GU t\LLS: JUST; Uy C. A, KM.lirDep'ity.
:) LE5SJCN HEH c:; S.W AiGTuwE
Th<- HMllnit 1 rfTirt nl ll"yes Ifs nth I M.n.M ,
,
I \.. rCAH Its I : c. ;? "OLD POP" IN .1 <* tin the>atrn'sit.ht'-d woo' Ihs I..,Ht.na. ,,. I t.r i I'lOYIi! '.IItI'N: > and R. A. ORKE'''. I n r\f

!. ,. J" '1 -MOR AHI' NE-N Jd i rttS &TB. ANT:) M"KH1K' I <;hi,*.,V4'I1 lu I O..P,.n.Trat !fUlv. t 1""ulIIt.... r r "'' f.r O.mplalnnnt.. i.0 ..1 I 1S
M >n nr.ipM a oudh
1 LAUGH O 6CAT TH6 t...,.10.t .
iJofl.! r.< mr.lUflHfi* [>4< lo.l In .nor < sir,, i. M >>1. OTIC B niDDJM '- ----
i I ( ; : JAW PO3 11.1 I AKV \P-'..IIlIONAojO runt .,1 the oumbiu"! tr aum-nr U .t .* I TO

.re o OCA ,M A& MAW c.cTtrvb. Junt' ask your druggist( fur HAVhSHtAU : i I I ii I !N w II be r,.....(yp" by It"> II n- I
I-.'a vao::: L f one ', .
/ c : O HONEY.; 'I I I"J .1.i uf Iraiiriird Cuui.iy I y'u--le' .
r ,'ILr":; ", L .A"'IN65NIlI... trc'PUBLiH1 :: I .,r ", .r th_ ..rri>tiiry of II" t nl! sit
JN/ O/CP.: I 100N@YSPA2eWJ. ''n I ..riiit' until' 10 oo a. m Milh. .
= I I I I ,.n-I, I ,nt 'I),, .
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.it t "
me publlaly (m'><'< I f i t
I !: CONTEST: OPEN hew .
.
Spain Got Na"'e rl "''Wrnat ,
-_ 10 HLL be IS .1.c..50 6-0 Ppaln. I ir w "rr typ li .<"' r .
'-' PlyrrII"lClt'lIl1y. means fth I I II'n"I: ;: : : ;! :hI. / ;:; r..,
: 5AO"'SHEflE TKBI bit Ppnln
log tu 1 S'. t'l imU LorH' iJerlved from '
'" TUDGrlNCr BOAPO I 1'"I
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fAvi-o .
: : .unuf .in' t "BOO the Puulc Sloifiin<. rnhl.lt." Title aal- Re 1111 I""l'y| and. call,
arm 7t Fl4' >r1ER ePrmsrr" Ov mal hUD bn I ilrbt.n, I., rurnbh ,
40 '.FF' \tr: > nuDi rou* In the rn <

'"I" .TOt<" 8 1 ..

f. Lon..1.aS crops.' Afrl'''nn r. its weru kept to 'ham!'"," Ju-k Dempsey :and his Th.I.....,., rra.rv.. the right to rejeai any '"
'f : 4J rc.(8oe. bnd, Ksti'lie) Ta 1 l
) St.1TQPII..D' > 1.r. .napp'"I an and all ulda
L. J I FLy H40 ee.ar .......,.... delta tho unlii.nli ,.?.t uf thilr holo hour
t- /c .. c.o.4 i titer thi _, r i,1 l pr."nliwl' "t K t MVTTHKWI.Chairnnn. "
o"1 j n'e find thin nil,' It often. repre.ent.e I t 1

% old 1 i SparilKboil.: r \ "11 "rf'J ir,
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH n. 192':;

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: : MASTER'S SALE n..nt road, and also. lands heretofore sold lly C. A. KNK.il:!
rish Ethel Andrews Ruby Edenfleld .
,
urn! 26 minutes Kant 120 fret to. Dvpnl ,
t'Irr'I7.
i' Bradford County Telegraph Thomas Vera Cole Edna Dukes 1 thi'ncn South Three '.I""n.Cut, 105 ,? other p.rtlM. KNIGHT i
Ketu Notice le hereby Klvin that under und by .. .tak.\\ E. K. PERRYMAN 1 E. ,
,
l Northwmt
to tlw Vouth llnu f hi- nut
I land I Mrs Belle Thomas. virtue, of that cn-mln Final l Decree of forvclmiure .l..r nf Houlhuael iunrl.i "r. thence South Special. Msiur.h. Uolloltor for Complainant _.1.i >; -n.i. i, t I
made and rtmlmid t s CREWS -- -
.." .rwlill'. I'd + "-.. .1"I. nter''d 8f'' )Ir. Jasper' Crawford, of Lakclnnd, I Ii., I IIS. hy H.m.A.V. l.onu.on l.idicn. March,,t the 2nd Cir A. ,I hoiilhumt Kr.iw :and' corner.::6 miiiil.n" :ut: 'In.m. 1 L 11.1::I Northwest i: foi i I lo quar-the I I II. .. ,. for' Complainant _3.6-BK-3_ ORDER FOB PUBLICATION- -

m visiting his brother, Mr. Harrison mat Court. In and fur Rrudrird County Florin : .. it uthi'iut ..nuiilii: throe, ,' North Onudttrrai. .
ODd claaa matter at the post "Ill. that certain, cn.i... .il.iriin I. \. E. flun- W.nt rut Inc NorthtaHt eur- ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn In Circuit' Court Eighth Jixlimlnrn < >
Crawford this week. I I''Ml ui : 11
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iiini U "mlI.'nanl' and K:. U. Card and Jvo- of the Mild Nerthwrwt 'ion rtur of South- rIon.hi in c .mDnvi.l '-
ofllce at Starke Florida. I i i :Miss Winnie Crawford, Miss Weta | no la Card are deroniliiutn." the undi.ntlirnedSleclnl .niT not iiuarur. thinci' Went ,ui North line of Circuit Court' Eighth Judicial Circuit ael')'.
,[ ax | MuHUr. will nil lor each" w the ., nt .S.mllifu quarter 'Inidford County Stiito "! Florida In Chun.Km .. 1 Strung. Complainant
Thomas Edna Dukes of exist M.rthwint ar'er I
wore guests |
: .
=' I" luitt and .boat blddur. In rront of thoi.urthouee Southerly '. ...
thence -
I a 8. MATTHEWS.._________________Owner.J. :MISH f Verlie, Nellie and Manartne I I ITaylor "' door In Hlarke. Bradford CountyF'Iarida K'lH ,Art,piirnllrl to lJ.wllh I II Mn.tr Church. band street 175 feet.thi'iicv to:1')ma Thonuu jolnml by H. J. Thomas heihiiMbnnd ,ttiuritlA' Strong. DefendantIt
'' on Monday, the nth day of April 151.1 upptarlnw by affidavit appended> ,
afternoon. W .l. inniill, I ini North llnu of complainant' 1
/ C. RODihHONMsn.ns' BdJUr."fW"i Sunday A. D.. 1V25, daiiiw the ktial noun of Mle i ( of SE lluarler 210 feet to \9, bill Died In tho abov.-.taU-il eaiue. that U. .,-
i !| Ir. J. C. Dennison, Mr. Leon Eden- I for the :: aatbfylna. uld Dual decree Church North 'lii.il",l Quiirlir'. tl.inco Southerly slang Church :Mm.tin <(1m"k. Defendant gin Strung, the defendant.. therein nnnu <01 l "in .tnon'rMluYnt
I the fining dejiiribtd real state, I ly- South by affidavit appended to the of the Stats of Florida, aid tiu
the of I'-1'' iiluce thence It aniMnrlnii"
PUBLISHED/ EVERY FRIDAY : field were guest Roy Taylor lUll and being In Bradford. county Florida I 7s tnia.|<...!,->. 1-:.:toO\ I lt.! rul, thence Southerly: \lull,, lil.il .hi tin Blx.vo-nlat..l' cause that Mar- residence l is unknown and l u over the. :nee: < uftwontynn
:Sunday afternoon 'I r o* Wit* mirallil with' l hurchI.". fil 1.2!! feet thence Un Qormek, the defendant therein named" la a yt>ar> : It U thtttrniv _. ------- '! :Mr J. U. Dennison and G. W. Fbm. the Bouthweat corner of the North North' 's durc! .e tt.ro6 l"l'j' ft to Church at, n"n-rmih. |, >nt of the Sl"t.> oT I lorlda' and la a aid non-naident defendant be and .U hereby
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UI-MI itiurt| r or the Houlluaat quarter. of See.JH. thence. uihurly along Hiurch uln'ut (OM 1-2 rvdITm, ..r StatH of Ohio HO Center Street of .nrtirvI.. lo a,>iM'nr t<> the bill of i re,"'111 rit t, (
SUBSCRIPTION: RATE:: :: Thomas made a business trip to Lake Towrnhlp. e. South Raniru 22 Kait. run I fret tin.nti' J-.anurly.: nl right anitlei with the city of Younitftown and la over the R". I In aid cause on or before Monday the 11.
j jfor Butler Monday.Mr. North Ihrve detcreee. Writ 105 Met for n (.huich itn.t' fee.', thincc Southerly to a or twenty-one yean : It .U therefore ordered. day of Ma)'. A. D., 1U26. othrrwliv the ,,11.,.",.
Year -- '1.5fJ( i I point. of beiclnnlng i Thence South .89 degrees ,p.. nt on Ni ..fIfI I of Call utrvet.. : altuated' that iMiid non-tt-Mtdint, tit.Ii nilnut lie nnd UIn tlona of add bill will be taken' an conrihiilby l
I' ; Roy Taylor is home on a visit -- ------ -- .'11 feel East ,nrtho Noi"thinut corni of Call rby required. u> appear to the bill of earn ..ld defendant
75 from Jncksonvile this week. Panama City-Not less than 225; 1 end Church mr<.uu. thincc West, along Call I'lilnlnt, fllnl In said caune on or before Mod It la further ordnrml. that thin order be put.
Six :Months -- P.---- i bushels of have been .Ir..... 47 1-i Amt to West lieu of Kind l North. 'Inv' i duo nth day of AtrlI.A. D. 1925. other-, ]lI.hod! onro a week for eight conHi"ciitl\e ww1'..
I Don't forget our big meeting will seed potatoes 1 ,,,..t iiuarti-r, of Houthonut quarter thence ul I.<> the nltavat Inns ot laid. bill will be taken In the Bradford County Tvlcuraph. a nuwa-
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H' begin Saturday night before fourth disposed of In this immediate territory I South. Throe d.k.Kitf. Bunt on West line ofI in r..nC..d by laid defendant.It p''Ihla' | February 25thult Cuunly and Slut..
I Mii'l S 1>uthwi. iiuarur, of Southeast. uuiirler la further ordered. that this ordi'r be pubilih.il M.
rn" Sunday. Juno 27. Everybody I U incited I County Agent Whittington an- I, JH* f"*.*l or thi'rialMiut" to it ,in.hit. of bvvin- I nnri' nv.ik for Tour connecutlvo. wevki G. W. EIDRRM\N.
nounced today.Fanners nine. aid land hater nltunlrd in the North- n "IIe Miii'tronl. County orIo'.rlllh. n nt'wa. Ckrk 'I""lt ,'oar..'
y: to come. I I wet iguarti"r or uuthiaiit tiuiiru' of .....lIon 1:1, .1' imiihftii| ,in. Mild ,', unty and State. lly C A. Knlvht.Dtputy .
/ Jii' :., JH. TiiwnHtlili I.1.. .South Itmitri. .9 ..:..1, (intlfrlifMU 'I'hla February ,. :II\ nm mere or lunt. flavu and t>xci.pllnit G.i W ALDERMAN. I r: KNIGIIT
1 tin. soon. occupied. ky Cull street and Clerk Circuit Court. Solicitor for Com Plnlninl ::1-6..1" :

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j lIam ton, March 0.-Mrs. J. M. II i 9041 Ili i Fl\NK CARPENTEREditor HI''sMi-i.t.: !srorr

I t Maxwell has as her truest this week, !II 1N rt. Sport, Editor: i

I her uncle, W. E. Davis, of Garrett, i iCta. I 6'4 Qv ''I I I MO/.KI.I.E! I-I.ENE:1 ; M.\TTIIEWS i

I i t '+toe Joke Editor

I John Kinsley, who has bent visiting \ ? I -' \

friends and. relatives in Orlando, re- 80'6 ; COMMENCEMENT: : "tel'ix more ante und wucnted. a light For the second time the coat a

turned to his home here last Satur- .j I II took them with mv to mynhip. tried to play but did not succeed

day. I i 7 '" Voices fall and heads bend closer as ) These last six were: Billy Alachua started the scoring by drop- !

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harper, visited j jMrs. a secret is told and is a secret no Graham, I l.Nird Wainwright, John ping the ball through the basket.

\ Harper's sister, Mrs. W. O. Dui 70" .............sea.a..."-- longer, or one hears a lilting laugh< and Frank li.n \ J. D. Grites and This made the score 0 to 4. It seemed -

i and knows u heart is happy. The Keneth Church. for while Aluchua
". Vall last Sunday. a as if was goingto !
I Mr. Audra Duncan, of Lake Butler nncuttlntf down hired help. The demand l i. estimated at only 89! seniors are composed and complacentaifl ) After we had sec ,:,'tt.J< all the decks tie the score, but after a scuffle ,

visited at the home of B. Johns last per cent of minimi' as compared with 10 per' cent n rent IIKO according to u dignified, the Juniors 'rush about we bade our friends b" >t.; ye.I lender Starke's goal, Crews picked up
I I. statement issued' ,| l by the NVushlnuton odiee of the Sfiirs-Kiwiiuck( Agricultural and anxious while Sophs and Rats'are I 1,
I Sunday. are We started south from l.in-und; for the ball and it sailed through tho
Foundation tinned. on data from government sources. The low purchasing;
''I Dro, Taylor preached at the Chrls- ) lie unconcmned.Vhy ? Haven't you \we lived in England. We. .tiled two gpal. This made tho score 8 to d.
of farm product, bus (",.'cell the farmer to rearrange: his operation
''I tia nchurch last Sunday morning and power labor. In amps guessed the secret? Spring is here weeks without seeing land, but on 'The next two or three minutes both
his and his family's mnny
la coining to evening and commencement is drawing near. the first day of the third week we sides! went scoreless. Alachua .sue-
A the tilreil iiinn Is living dlsix-ascd with entirely.\
I : Miss Jenevlve Rivers, of hater ko Kut- J, Farm help|> ms more toilny than nt not other tin,,' In the past slxty-ono I Plans are made and us quickly shattered spied land, und as we came closer we ceded in making a field goal, makingthe

visited friends and relatives here I Win.1''"4 .demanded are hlcner tlinn n year ago 11I1,1,I rlltes for 1KM! : neeiraged to be replaced by others Hearts \ made out a city near the shore. score 8 to 6. Then the fight was

last Sunday. i fears.above all |preceding i years The peak year In Ibo, wnge si-nle wn In I02<>. I quicken l with joy or envy as some Finally! we landed. The people onshore on. The ball went flying down the

'I Miss Lucille Johns, of Starke spent I| That year l lulmr,, was scarce Acconllmr, to the accninpninlna chart, In Jiim- ".if : gorgeous scheme or boasts of what I I looked so funny, for they had court and both teams took wild shots.

the week-end with her cousin, Miss lee\ 20 the 8,"|.iil| h A .1"i but 73: per cc-nl of nfl.mal'hll,? llw ,demand was IDS PIT some relntvie has promised. Some on long punts and long jackets. In mid-court there was scuffle be-

Erma Johns. I I cent of noriiinl During the hitter half of 1II200DII 'through the Brut six tunnel I I look forward to a joyous vacation and I "What city is this?" 1 asked. tween Scott and an Alachuu !.:guard

.1 j Rev. Wimlham, of Wnldo.filled his, of 1021:! tin in:,.M,, supply curve look. a sudden upuiitil swln$. and in June nf I I a life beyond full of hope and "'his is Constantinople," one 1I"ld,1 I when the referee ran up and tapped

regular appointment nt the Methodist I 1021 It WON !Ir>", .por rent of noi" mill, while demand'' hud,, dropped to 87 per rent. I tion. On the other hand, heatts ambi-I ulllnt once we knew they wore Turks. the Alachun guard on the buck, Scott

/ I church here last Sunday morn- '' Until In Jun' ei' r.rj'j:! the supply "i-urve cnmlnued to rlso, reaching Its height nt I vulse with despair us anxious We went ashore to sec the sights' made the foul. The MCUl'e"a n t'v

Inge. At the evening service he illustrated : 100 per rent ,,>( noiiiiul. whlliHi* demand l was hut 8t\ per pent normnl scan grades and students a und buy food, and then we set sail !1) to 6 In favor of Starke. There wn

his work by the use of ster- With 1"I.' l I... .Inning of 1HM3 ,city Tabor wages linpioved. Large Iniliistrlnl I heavier burden must bo curried if commencement I. again I; only one more minute more to i'loy

opticon pictures on creation. I centers dri-\v nnm' help clt.\\\ard.' formers hud, to pnKMIKCS out of Jin.portion. finds them a step nearer I. W e sailed two days and came to the and Mr. Longford for the third time

:Mrs. F. II. Chosser isvixiting friend to what Hie r. i I' ii mold earn" to hold their! men In Juno of ItKffl! the diMimnd I finishing. But, let. them dream on, Huwanun Islands. Hero Hawntiun I' walked on the court and met with the
we saw -
relatives in Jacksonville this the siiL-Rlng. to 84 per n-nt. lominenccmont come but once In a I
ntiil,( Raw 05; per 11 ui of normnl hue supply rnrvp xviis I Wo took same icnults. The last minute was
week. The latter hull .r I the yen r iliMiiiind' "- "pn"ll. .due to rxei-Hilve lahor fnnts, itml : lifetime. May happiness be theirs, bananas girls dancing. coconuts full if tight but scoreless The Alachua .
; pineapples' and man- ,
Mrs. Miilon and children, This denmnd, has mad.till further ili-illni-, until ;innd------.
Black the Inrrvnsln.' npply.' year back to the From there team played a good clem] mine<
goes ship wo'
Wilifred ,und Alice returned to their cent of normnl., while lulior. supply' which Is grudiiiilly i Incrpiislna i I II
now It Is Inn sl! |I..r i TilE "WIu'rlNCIS'LE OK' THE sailed! to the Panama Canal, where'' und went down in defeat fighting.The .
hone here last Sunday after u visit I I" e-i'mntPd' iirnnnd, in per tent AHchun. hoys enter tho state
I B. U. S. I we went through the locks. We drove'in
with Mr. \lllack'H mother of Urandin.
tournament Friday at Gainesville so
I I cars, out of old Panama City. In
; L. N. Dobbs and family who have I
1----1 I'these !good lurk to them.
we saw funs, kimunan, tainted _. .
I been located In the Allen cottage left ( n
i lust Monday for Hawthorne, where I I I Circle of the B. H. S. This lanterns and umbrellas. U o bought Dr. J. J. Sullen has boon substituting
I i Farm Production Falling Offropiilatioii I II Witting some of these, and went back to the'hlp
I they will spend the .Hummcimonthti.. L exclusive society is composed of those *> to continue our journey. for Miss Isabel Kullen for several
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II. C. Priest transacting business days. During that time the students
was who hae received at least twenty demerits Wo
sailed fifteen
I In Slar1to last Monday., 'I during the past month. They I i l landed, the country days being before Scotland we, j jl have has given benefited in by the short talks ho

Rev. Hicks, of Waldo will fill his ,34YfAIlS 0' TOTAL CROP f"RCDIICTION CCI'I PARE D VITH PCR CA'tTA: PItODlltTI01l meet tho first Monday and Tuesday :i where we saw tho most beautiful | ---. chapel. --
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regular appointment the baptist ... r r rc .. ...-r -.-- = I afternoons of each month in one of Shetland puniest. We bought three of | -SELECTED7Extraordinary
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church next Sunday a. m. and p. m. .' 'J-s.1 the teachers' room and write page af- llicm black
T' t I i a one which we called |
The Indies uf the Christian church I 'f I "W.N" r x91.1 trF tl I Iter page f Home given quotation) or "Tor Ruby," u white one which wu''' order und punctuality ,

will 'servo a chicken supou at the F Ito: '. A ,..:!.!. -1-1.J statement Monday afternoon\ the subject called "Snowball," and u brown one; was in order the Inst of the -past t..
hull March ) I til.cussed: was: "To act with common "Brownie." week tu one misdi-nmeu'nor or tardy ,
city next Friday night, ; r we called We made thorn
Oth. We invite and all to .J I PtF: tense is the best wisdom" At each stall the hot would. have meant, for some, disgrace
you one .!ILO! 1 i1rh P A : I a in) lulU of the bout
+ i iI ito ) ,1- I the close. of disagreeable hour This state of affairs I
attend Admission 60 and 25 cents Fk 1\ "olit'1: r"\\ ; a refreshments und in tho day time we brought them ; is the result of
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S. R. Price of Live Oak Is tho I IOC A I [ J I I I \. I consisting of writer's up on the deck and bunt pens, so they incxcuscd tardiness. The once concerned .

ghost of his son, S.: B. Price this I I cramps garnished with pencil marks could watch us. II vow to bo more careful in the );

week. \i\l I .IIT VI Pa000CT10iJfl : ... were served. i i Our next .op was Cape Town, from future. i

} ,. Those who achieve tho goal of forty bore we sailed on and on and at last The children O'
I Death of Mores Darker 1 I V : demerits are permitted to meet to wu were in the Red Sea. younger are surprised
News rviichcd here Morning Wednesday and during physical education period more
Sunday .0 1"00 Thursday afternoon
We
| went through the Suez Canal
I I' MUNcH Barker' hud been killed also. strictly than the older. ones. This is
Mat ti0 i The people on shore looked and talked
I liy a l"lsSl'Ulfer train at Milliard. Mr. : I I II It The number of members of this ex- I different ,I .so noticeable as many of the older pupils
\-t so we had ncer' heard I I II
wander
Barker was driving a truck, and I tremely (dis-honorable) society is their meaninglessly around
language before.At .
watching a freight train which was : : : increasing each month. I I the campus while the lower rooms are
the
near, kept from seeing the passenger I =60 .. -- ._- outlet. of the Nile river we ,, organucd Into groups playing under
J MY FIRST VOYAGE got out .of our boat and got on camels I the directions of the teachers.
train, until his truck was on the i I Snap
track. He jumped from tho truck ,o ........... ...._,_............ I and rode to the desert where the pyramids : out of it, slackers, put some pep In
By( Betty Sanders t tI
age 10.) arc. They were large. the
but not in time to save his life.Mr. very physical period; it's for your own
i la liulnlng on imp production uccordlnu to u study uuide over In the study of English: as pre- The sphinx covered thirty-six avres. good.
l Darker is the son of M. M. period of thirty-tour years hjr the SearsRnvbiukKrlrulttirnl Foundation, pared for the boys and girls of the We went back to our boats and I .

about Barker 14, who has been deceased bused on IIu-nres" of the United States Oepurtnient nf Agriculture. The aocompjinylny fifth grade, compositions are called I sailed on again towards home. I haven't htad;: ; single bar of the

Moses Darker years.t !! elmrj.sjiows! cjrori! iiroductlpn.! ffr cnjjltit I Is rlllllnlL, for upon various subjects. A week or Finally we came to England, and how high school song sung outside of the .
born
in Bradford
I i was two ago the lesson assigned requireda happy everybody was. We were all auditorium. What's the matter? If ;
I county; September :21!I. 11)05. He was
composition on "My First so glad don't like it .
Voyage, I to see our friends again and you suggest another. If
19 old at the time of his death.
years
t and after hearing some of these essays I they)/ were glad to get the presents you like it, are you ashamed to
He
I I habits was noted for his industrious f IT PAYS TO MARKET HOGS or QUALITY! read by the writers, I felt that IWe. had brought them.8T.nKE.AL.CIIUA. whistle the tune or sing a stanza of ;
and kind disposition He was !'the readers of the Telegraph would i I ... it in public?
tho only support of a widowed mother. nuaoateINamo t JAN fEl.! MAR. .APR.. HAY JUNE .JUlV. AUG. SCPf OCT NOV DtC.There ) he I Pupils of other schools .
I Interested in having placed before I II are always throwing their song to
The his
news of death wan quite AT C.IUIM OSao C :ni a sample of the sort of work the winds for all
to hear
I The proud of it ..
a shock to the community. Stance basketball team went
I >jf this line by buys and girls and what it stands for.
Ho over to Alachun
leaves
his
to mourn loss, besides -o t of ten and twelve. Tuesday afternoonand

a largo circle of friends,, a mother, le so _ I I' says will be presented, one defeated Alachua I B) to 6 in a fast It is gratifying to see most of the

Mrs Luvcniu Barker, and four sinters ",- game pupils enter into the
1 SPICe Oy CWOltl tr 4 I the other by a boy. Since spirit of the
1 oo
Maggie, Creek, Ollie and Amelia {i '.1 .lies: first," the Crews the flashy forward of the physical education period. During
essay
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i Darker I one by Betty San- Starke aggregation was the star of this period drills walking, running,

The bereaved ones have the sympathy $4.50 F L_ ao I .rs. The readers will tho game. This young lad accounted baseball, football basketball tennis

; of the whole olllmunlty.I' 16.00 I i re is the product of ther. I'for three field goals for a total of 6 and all forms of game are to be

The funeral services were conduct -- -_ :. in which the study of I.I points. Scott also showed up well, found in progress on the campus.A .

J / ed by Bro. Taylor, pastor of the 1,11 MKt Or c- acny figures while the other is but was unable to cage .only one bas-
: First Christian church here. The $1.110 I. coming:; president
i ket and foul. was informed
a Jumping :Mlzelle
.. \ of ,
description an actual trip taken
remains were interred In Santo Fet jumped around the by his mother that it was bed time
t t Is. (4 by the lad with his parents : court and broke
I $1 00 and that
he
cenn try should follow the I
up the play after play. example :
Fighting
I K. ISABEL ;
R.JU' Lee of Lakeside, was a busl- I tio a BULLEN Duncan was on top of every play ably of the baby chicks in going to bed ri

nesFl 1 visitor here last Thursday. -$550 c J I 1 I Teacher. I aided by little Jimmie Ero.vnlee. with the sun, after one of his. nightly .,,'

\ Mrs. O. Ilaynes, Mrs. R. M. Favor yw One day I went to Mr. Jones' These two boys though resembling I was silent then. "But mother the old

f'f'I and daughter Mary: Blanch, were 1100 _I printing office and s.aid: "Will you 1 Mutt and Jeff, worked like machinery. : arguments for 30 minutes extra. All

shopping in Storks this week.C. r -1 11 put this advertisement In your paper The entire Alachua team played a hen goes to bed too. He. got the half /

J. Rawlins, of \Vnl.lo, was a business t for me?" 1 I whale of a game, but could not stave hour.

visitor here this week. | "Yea, certainly" said Mr. Jones. : otfdefcat. Captain
and
Longford I Ro m-siPeker7.Wh
Is less pnee turkitlon due ." ..niullty In hogs' In any other anlin The I are the rooms
--1111DWAY l In the lit* slt'1. klncili>in Yet. n .ullty speaks, p' n on the hog market I next day the following ad- I Priestley showed up well. The first so small"
with top prices ruing: n< II. inoo'li, ertisement appeared in the paper: quarter ended 6 to 0 in favor of Agent
plump p.l'kers..trc.lyding to the Sear "So
( : I I th..re'U be
Mr. "Wanted 12 no room for
and Mrs. I sailors who"would Starke. The
George Thomas like next
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were Roebuck Agricultural Foun 'Intro. during the pant year ihol." "> fat.bucks In quarter opened upomewhat .complaint"
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the dinner guests of R. R. 0 take a trip-Apply at Jack Sail's faster I
Sun- neither
Taylor the lightweight elms "D the i rh -o market. aTernuIng from l.V I ) to :2i:no pounds, ; side was

day.Mr. brought from 37 rents to $1 M per, hundred. over common hogs of the same. i louse. able to do much this quarter. Cap- ,I He: "Would you accept a pet monkey -

: and Mrs. J. O. Dennison were claas.. At the beginning' of M,,,. year ..hnloo. ll.-htwelghts were pllltui 87 cent. On the day after a sailor named I tam i Langford started the game by ?"

I dinner guest"' of Mrs. Tom Chancey a hundred over' the ,common. Thmtu K I'ruury highest prl...... for lights were Lester Price Robinson came to my I dropping a field goal through the net. I : "Oh, \ have
TMHe to
J Sunday 81 cents otvf the low 1''iloe' PlrlnI.: .,n '"i. April May nnd.. June the spread, !home and said, "I heard you wanted : The first half ended 6 to 2, with is so udden.I1] ask papa.<

:Mr. Leon EdenfioU was the guestof narrowed only to widen uuHln tlirotiiih, Ju'v:. and August. In H-toher top prices 12 sailors" i Starke on the large end of the score. Sometime

Miss Weeta Thomas Sunday p. m. In the lightweight claw were hovering around $10.OO' while 'low quotations were "Yes, I said "Are you one?" I During the; 10 minute intermission ago that it was understood

Mr. Roy Taylor made a call at Miss two dollars' less per hundred "Yes, indeed," he replied "and I Loach Langford p"ut on suit and reported were in order new window shades

Winnie Crawford's Sunday afternoon. nutchr and bacon hogs are graded as choice good and medium In the would like to take that trip." to scorer as third quarter with? the sun 'shining They waited Patiently

Those who attended the peanut popping heavyweights, and choice, good medium and common In other weights. For "Then you may be one of my sail- started, but could not outtalk the but the new shades In their eyes;
at Mr. Trice Dukes' were: J. C. there existed >r..," I said. : Starke boys I failed to apelll'
merly a grade known as prime which possessed the maximum: so he viewed the game At last they have
Dennison, Mr Leon EdenfieM, Mr. of condition, form and quality At present It 1 Is extremely limetilt to get fM- Then five sailors came in and askl. from side-line, as before. The third along.enfort. :-:-: .

Davis Cole !Mr.\ Roy Taylor, Robert grade In the desired market weights rholce hogs han the conformation 1 they could be sailors on my ship quarter started oft like a whlrlw"'. :

Farrish, Mr. Joe Parrish, Mr. and quality that are desired In prim hogs, but are net quite an well finished i d take the trip. I gave them all a l Down the court the' ': j -'..-.ins are

Mrs Clenton Pearce, :Mr. andIra.!\ I' pure bred sires'are relatively. cheap now and their use would Insure o Their names were: Joe Brown, but neither side cc I I

1 j- Bob Parrish, :Mmes Weeta Thomas. quality Utters next spring 'eon Alvarez, Victor Thomas Wilbur The third gruarter I "
Nlshie Lue f
Dennison
Gertrude Par1 GriflU and Ben Sternbergi Ing. The last -' -. ,
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