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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME FORTY-SEVEN STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY. :M.tRI'II U, II2\! : M I MI1KR 1'III1HY.IWIIT;

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Governor Martin Hurls Defeated G. O. P. CandidateFor Union County Favors

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Ultimatum At Assessors Florida Representative Bond. Issue Of $380,000

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Jm'ksonvile, :Murch 11. --Declaringthat I Mono) 'to lie lard in Ciinittrurtingllartl
I tax assessors turn in a "more honest 1 Protests) Green's Election ] PLANT CO'I"rnSII: cons
there ate 32 counties of Florida I Surfaced' And Lateral
nod umfoim" lax roll for 111- ). I
that are on less than a 2ii: per cent I Farmersill Secure .l.ood. Prices for Honil. Svstem.lake .
makes difference ,
"Kenlly, gentlemen it
I no
basis valuation, whereas law und All the C'orn Tho1 .iin Grave: .
whether all of UK or any of us H. O. Brown in Second l'onKr..lonnlI of that Butler March. ID..-.Pursuant
had
practice requires a >(0) per cent valuation I "mguoi", and not such
Governor John W. Martin today shall be tu-electcd at the end of oupresent I| District Accuses Victorious Norn- i letter been published tho'voto cast for J.' F. Ki'klitt'I'h.., h baiullini, \ In I an iiRieeinenl: mule at the time ofI
appealed to the 57 county tax assessors terms, but it makes a great'i i lace of Fraud and of inning i him-Hio\vit" would' have been at the Covington Toolo lotion seed, rtittod I Ih+' form' lion of tho Lake City-Pa
whom he caused to gather in deal of difference us to whether the j I Votes Rightfully RollingI : least :10,0110!( ; and, that other fraud and recently that the .siilos, arc phking int ku Short Route Assorlntifin atI
conference here to excrciso more taxes of this state shall bo levied i I'I lug To Him. ''dotoption. were practiced by Green to up and that ho expects to ,disport I .nke liutler" last week tlui ut I" i f of
courage rand less polities' In equalizing an honest, just and suitable manner i I f I the extent that at least. 10,000 persons of all the remaining seed within I the j' Union' County met ut tho court house
Will you in making assessment nnd I1 WllllhlnA"tonlal"l'h: 8.-- Furmors who intend'to 'ill Luke Butler this afternoon at 2iOi ::
the tax burdens of the state j were kept from voting, of which tV next few da 'M.
through a uniform assessment. preparing your rolls for the county 1 H.[ (1. Drown, the Republican nominee (I(500 would have voted for him and lie plant cotton this .venr stud havenot i ti clock in a "got together meeting,"
The governor; described conditions I commissioners of your county for lU'JD:! i'i in the election last November for would hove been declared elected. instead yet purchasotl thoireod', shouldsee 1 for !pond roads.
in Florida with reference to taxationas measure up to the full standard of a i1 I l Representative from the Second Congressional of Green. him before this lot is gone, as no After" many short' talks all embodying -
little less than chaotic. It l la no I conscientious and fearless tax asses- District-tho district so (;reen'Hlaral11: Overwhelming more will bo available ut present ii spirit ;of unity and\ co-operation. ,
wonder that in many of the counties sor? I ably represented by Honorable Frank I The omVitil compilation of votes for prices. 'il wits moved! and carried unanimously
of the state the children are being I "Let me say solemnly and very Clark during the past twenty years, I Representative from the Second CongosRional There is no question about our farmers : that the mooting go on record us
deprived of their natural birthright, I earnestly that unless you do, anothewny recently:, filed with the Clerk of the District to the Sixty Ninth being able to raise cotton hero I favoring a bond Issue of :IIJAO.OtlO.OO
a chance for education, and that in I I will be found not hitherto employed House a copy of his notice of contest Congress on file in tho ofllco of the It they give it the! proper cure and i (Of this sum 9200.000.UI: i is to. go toward -
ethers the hat is being passed to to compel a reasonable assessment of the election served on Representative I Clerk of the House shows that R. A. use poison to curb the boll weevil. the construction of a state aid
raise funds to pay teachers' salaries and equalization of the taxes t in I R. A. Green wherein it is charged Green, (Democrat), received 11,021, To get best results. the seed shouldbe hard road through the county,, the
he said. your county." that Green obtained a certificate and that II. O. Brown (Republican) in the ground now. It has beel) route to bo loft tit the State Highway
He did not advocate the. passage of LAKE CITY. PALATKA of election from the State Canvassing received 1,137. estimated that the acreage already Department, provided they select
new tax Jaws, but rather the strict SHOUT ROUTE i i I Board without right and in fraud as Rep Green spent the past week planted will exceed five hundred andto either! one of three routes recommondod. -
and unbaised enforcement of present I 'the I Representative from the in Washington conferring with friends this will be added tho acreage I. The remaining $180,000 to go
laws. A large delegation of representative Second Congressional District of and has filed with tho Clerk of the planted, during this month. to the construction of a system of

"We have enough/ law In my opin- ,. Starke citizens attended the meeting Florida. House his answer denying the charges.It N. I i. !Hull, who keeps up with market grud"d lateral rends!: adopted, at the
I ion to give the state relief, -if only of the Lake City-Palatka Short Inspectors Advised Voters is understood, that attorneys representing conditions! generally, is advisingthe meeting These lateral roads are
you gentlemen, whose sacred and solemn Route Association held in 1'ulatku The contestant then proceeds. to both parties' to the contest farmers to grow all the corn they I I I so ,designated and arranged as to bo
I.' duty it is to assess the property Thursday, March 12th. I ilchargo that the provisions of various will Immediately proceed to take the can. Corn is scarce and bringing a of benefit, to curry section of tho

in the counties of this state, will discharge This association was organized at', state laws were not complied with; I testlmonty of witnesses. and file It for I high price now, and according to :\1 r.I I "lIunl '.
,. that duty without fear or favor Lake Butler, the county scat of Union I that boards of County Commissioner. consideration by the' Committee on Hull, the. farmers can count on getting I I A committo of five members composed
,!' making an honest and unterrified I county, on Thursday! March 5th,, i the refused election to appoint as inspectors of elections next Itacemhcr.Must I even better returns from the new of one from oach county commissioners
effort to be just In assessing the '' with a large and enthusiastic membership persons who were friendly : File .:1IIH'.e4"count crop because thero will be no corn I I district to he known ai
taxes of your county," he told the tax composed of citizens of Columbia i to his candidacy; that inspectorsmlvised The law provides< that no contestee coming on the markets until their Legislative Committee was appointed
assessors. with and assisted voters to or contestant. for I II"t I{I Is made.RAl'II4l'" to prepare I the necessary hill for carrying
Union, Bradford, Clay and'I a seat in the House crop '
Governor Martin predicated his address Putnam counties. The cast their ballots\ for Green and refused Representatives should be paid I + out the recommendations", of
,t object of the 1 I :
assistance those IIUKCII IKII.I.EriV: this .
with ,, to who would ,' : Minna miu Hna>.
an explanation that the for
$2,000
association is to secure the construction expenses in ,'lec I
etute constitution requires that property -' of a state highway/ from Lake have Green cast their ballots for him; that contests; and that before any ,i: The pastor who is conducting revival .1 A delegation was selected to go to
published
shall be assessed at its full cash i, throughout the district sum whatever shall be Pnlatka to represent Union county ut
Palatkn I paid full and
City to via Lake Butler, that he would, if elected be chnlr- a l1Iel.tinlIn\ Jacksonville, will I I. the mooting' of the f.nko Cityl'ulatknShoit .
value. I Starke and Ke.v stone Heights, theaffording .S the detailed count, of expenses, "com" I be nbso'iit from his pulpit on Sunday,,
man of most I "
important Conirrcs- I Routo.
Association
noxt Thursday
This constitutional mandate has pmiied h.lIl'h'I' and
travel from the I receipts
West and eional forr, but writes Hint laymen from tll'Droth..rhou" '
never been obeyed he continua In Committees, with tlltnJ'ntwn. I| each item .shall be the 12th.Reports ,
Northwest! the shortest possible routeto 1 filed 1 with the of Jacks"milk will bo!,
our groping and uncortanty we have the east coast of Florida.Jful.h misleading and made for the i I Clerk of (Committee: on Elections I' present and conduct' I tho services, both. coming in urn that thorn
had several conferences of this I purpose of fraudently influencing por- Should the will ln large delegations lit J'alatkaI
chiii-jtos i
nae agiiin.st '
] of the proposed' <1 rood is nl- sons to vote for him who ltu"rC'" : morning and ,'vl'llhlThu messages"' / from .
turn and each time the assessors have were not !I tentative Green [lie supported { ViildoHln, .luxper" White Springs,
by ,
,, ( convincing Iof these consecrated business
ready graded and ready for hardcurfacing. familiar with Congressional i ,le, nv'' | nnll'III'IIhlo Lake (Butler, and Starko to the north.
gone on record as favoring tho evidence it
assessment -
is !possible ho will nnd themembers
men are always helpful
Union I
county, which has thlargest e: procedure. I ; Tho association
in assured also
of property) at 50 .per cent of its experience difficulty( in the mailer of of the' church and that:

cash value each mileage unimproved, now has i That during the campaign Groon tTtninint his ranuregalion Winter :Snnl'ord:; Knterprlno,
time returning to under. -eat due In the fact that t look for another trout like t'ityk
construction four miles of radewbich may
/( published a notorious, misleading, the lOrnnvti Dol.und, IJl'l.eun, Plor-
their
counties continue
to under lo..alpr's..ure membership" of the next House.
that of
islargely last ,
to walk in the old will soon be completed, and it i is false, intimidating and fraudll'lt'l..hcrr.f'rril1lf Republican. Sunday ,still, Astor, Crescent City and Hastings
same understood this work will be j The Bible school meets nl D'lB: n.
prosecuted to the Republicanr I will each send.
ono or more cars
path. i with all | Representative Green left Washing m, Divliui worship at t 11:00: m.,. '
possible speed until he convention held in Pulatka a. 'of citizens
to
during ton I : join. in boosting the
Quote! Court Decision today fur Florida!
full mileage has been and and 7tt:! ) p. in.
graded. when
| July Brown Short
wnv nominated, )Route.
The governor quoted a decision I ly could not be reached, 1
'' The B. Y. P. U., of the throo de.pnrtments '
Tho construction of the Lake CityPulatka stilted that the convention wan com- Union) county citizens will hold
handed down by the supremo courtin | pleto statement.I0.n consequollt'l ani -
: moot 0:30 .
the case of Camp Phosphate Com-1 short route l is attracting posed of a few white mon and a horde I fit : p m. i other mooting to hour committee reports -
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'wide-spread attention and it is Dr. Mullen writes that ho Is anxious I mill
bany versus Charles E. Allen, tax collector expected \ plan for further work at
to have the entire church meet and
that the Palatka meeting Lake Butler Tuesday
on tho
of Citrus county, to show that Thursday will POSTER MEN- MEETi ASSOCIATIONTO | catch the spirit cor the men who will 1 117 p. m.,
.. the court has ruled that basis of be attended by large (I iiiHt. Following, tho road meeting/
/ any delegations from i AT GAINESVILLE- MEET IN nm, NIt > ''bo present on Sunday. W. W. Finer
it is
,. assessment would construe the intent many points not immediately proposed" to form' u Chamber of
'j and of the framers of the on the proposed rondo hut I Gainesville March- -- 50 m'eti7;; | Rn, nun of Florida's, well known CivieICnginocrs : Comnii'ive fur Union' countyr1 '
: : purpose 11.-N..nrly I At the the Iako-City
which will be greatly bcnefittod by ": \ who visited Starko lust yon 1 Indication' point ton harmonious
constitution throughout so long as all this of the basis wasuniform its early completion. Jasper and ''prominent outdoor advertising men Palatka Short Route Assof, iutit'ii 'will bo one of the Hpoaltors and L. /and\ successful cairying out of Union

I counties White Springs' to the north and from of the state will bo ;/"justs of the Cali I held. in- Pulntkll yesterday, tho next ''N. Bingham,, one of Jacksonville's' """1Y'M plans' us started at today's

The basis decided upon by the tax .tio south Winter Park Sanford no- | varsity City, March 20, when they j meeting was set at Del 1.lll1d, Thursday I'railroad officers, will bo the HIlIIt'r.I 1 inoprlrtfr.'.

If assessors was .">0 per cent, tho chief their Land active and other interest.INTERESTING points. have indicated gather hero for their annual conven- I March 10th, tit 1 ::00 p. m. Much Interest GAKRISONGKRKNi ; ; 1 WI'SIC' MEMORY (:i\irE8T'):\ ;

executive said. lie then delivered a i l tion. The Gainesville Poster Adver- is being shown in I tho counties I HELD !MONDAY EVENINGA
full charge of genuine TNT in the 1 i I Married at the homo of Judge Goo
SPEAKERSAT Using Company of which MoormanParrlsh :
helow
I Putnam In the proposed' rand
midst of the tax collectors bv stamina THE WOMAN'S A. (iardiner, Friday, March lllh bud'"' memory contest was held
CLUB is president will entertain, i and it ,fa desired that as many of thecitizens Mr. I.. D. (iurrlHOn" and Miss Gussio, in tho
; i ; the 32 counties whose assessments, he | high school auditorium Monday
said, had been below 25 per cent. I Wednesday afternoon the \\'onllan'.iI i ii the visitors, during their stay in the of Bradford and. Union attend : Green, Judge 1 Gardiner officiating. evening, March I 11.)
The counties named by the gover- j i Club was favored with two excellentadrJrl'.e. eitW.. A. Shands of the Lyric the. session at. DbLnnd.:' .._ Miss Green; is a daughter of !\fl'. and Th<< citizens; of tho community manifested
'nar as having less than 25 per cent on the subject of health, Theatre, is manager of the local firm 1 CORRECTION: I MrH. N. II. Green of the Watronk' ,sec I remarkable Interest In the con-
valuation were: j E. L. Biggs, chairman of health fur and secretary and treasurer of the I ; lion, and Mr. Gurri-mri is i n vonn'tbusiness 1 test' by their. attendance

Brevard, Browurd, Calhoun, Clay the club, being in charge of the meet- state organization. I In last week's |paper in the article mi* of South Florida, being Tho contestants. who wore members I
/ Collier, Charlotte, Dade, Ilernando, I ing. ]\ Every: poster plant owner in FlorIda dealing with convictions in county at present engaged in the real cslalo ''of the sixth seventh, and eight grodeM
Highlands, Dixie, Hauler/ Ilurdoe, Mrs.; Uertyne Anderson, field nurse is expected to be present during : judg<,' court, it was stated that Roy business at Sumptcrvillo, Fla., where I were I.r'pllrecfor/ tho contest through
DeSoto, Hillsborough, Jackson, Lake, I of the State Board of Health, spoke the ne-day' gathering, and nationally I Kalchreuter" plead not guilty'to a they will (make their, future homo. the zealous efforts of Mrs. A. P1!. Wall,

Lee, Levy, Manatee, Marion Okulooxa, ,, inteioKtingly of the work done in the prominent men among th..mV.. W. ch a"IT", of nunnufacl'1t'ring intoxicating I I u. H. M. HONOR'MOLL): i( : the instructor of public xchool music.
Orange, Osccola, Palm Beach Pinel- (' various sections of the state. She encouraged Bell, secretary of the National Advertising liquors, which was In error. The do- For Sixth :Month The onntciituntx were required to
d' las, Polk, Sarasota, Seminole, St. the flub women to take Association, and Judge K. fond.mt plead guilty' to the charge give the name of composition und
Johns St. Lucie, Volusia and Washington advantage of the various resourcesof 'Allan Frost, prominent attorney of and the fine of $I/JI/ () and costs was !' First Crude AI: Vondu Inman, LII- to give the name of nationality of

assistance offered by the State i Chicago and general counselor for suspended during good behavior. I, lion Stcrnherg, Curtis: Newman, Chas. the composer" of each musical sclec- I
"If these counties were brought up 1 Board. Mainly these are the physical .1"-, national association, will attend. I - ----- I I Slramlberg, Miss Eunice: Perkins tion, when hearing the following pro-
I examinations and !Several"; speakers of prominence will E.: L. IIIlWNHS:>Iilm OF 1'ltIZJ1J..EItEJI -: .....
clinics
with held
; the other counties: to a 60 per for the t.n.nn... gram. .
cent basis, our taxable value from correction of defects Mrs. Ander- | talk to the gathering 11C.. OF C. Prelude C MinorRauhmamnoff..
1 _ I First Grade C: 11. M. Johns, Agnes
real and personal property would be son stated that eighty per cent of the "llrndford! Illuo )Danube Waltx-Straus.
I l'I'J'ItAWJiEltltYSi' ll'\I. NTS County, Where I the Soil Johns, Doris :Mdcox, Kexsie Thomas,
9' $1,300,515,333: ," he said. ,(' thirty-five or forty thousand school I l Rewards Toil"rcf'ptpd as Slogan Sidney Gr.ffis. Luther Wilson. I Truumoroi Schumann.
The lowest assessed county in the children examined this school term i During the past week close to Melody in J.' Rubonsteln.Durrurollo .
", state, according to information furnished I are found to be physically defective. I twenty-five thousand quarts of berries At the meeting;; ;of tho executive Second Grade B, Doruthy White, from Tales of Hoffman

;: by the tax equalizer to Mr. She also emphasized the importance were shipped from Starke, the price committee of the Bradford. County Brown Alma Thornton Cecil Hilly Louie lovers/ Louise --Offenbach.

,; Martin, is Palm Beach, which is on a of observing Negro Health Week the II being paid averaging 36 cents per Chamber of Commerce held Wednesday Miss Olive, Thomas teacher, Drown Quartette from RI/eletto--Verlfl., 1
Ray
.-;: I 6 per cent basis. I first week in April, and :National quart. The quality of berries is afternoon, the slogans sent in Angol's S'rclI1adeDrago.
The taxable value of Palm Beach Play Week the first week in May. I good and the demand forced the price by contestants for the $5 prize offered Second Grade A : Jackson Kivers. !Maxim In The Cold, Cold: J Ground
$t, county is $11.\1&I,5-12. This is for I] Miss Fannie Shaw, of the Florida up to the highest point reached this by that body for the slogan accepted Third Grade B: Georgia Haynei, I' i'nnter
the entire county, he continued. The I Public Health Association! spoke ofI season. by them, were opened and af- ,:Martha Powell :Mildred 1 1 Hundley, I Annie 1urlrAljy Scott.
city valuation of the city of West {'I the origin of the New State Adopted l AtLawte y the shipments have been ter some discussion the slogan sent 'Miss: Ethel Grillln, teacher. I I Jrumnresque--lJvorak.t

Palm beach alone is $30,070,108. One Course of Study. She quoted Dr. A. heavy with prices ranging the same by :Mr. E. L. Brown, of Starke walla'pptcod Third Grade A : Lois I".nI.ilf Adkins. I ;My Heart at Thy Sweet Vole*-- !,
piece of real estate sold in that county U I I Lonzo, executive secretary of the as paid on the local platform. "Bradford 1 County, Whore Saint Haens.
'r for $10,000 that was assessed for :I j'I' National Health Council, as saying the Soil Rewards! Toil" at being tho Fourth Grade B: S. R. Johns, Jr., Spring Song-MundelNshom.
ti $500: ; another for $15UOO that was that this was the most forward, most of the following girls and boys: Hazel most suitable. Sinclair Peek Jr. Katie Williams Item-use from Jocelyn-Godard.
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.assessed for $SO. I I I comprehensive Health Education plan I lAdkms, Eloise Ritch, Carrie Hutto The $5 was awarded to :Mr. Brown, Marguerit Prcvatt, Martha Brownlee, Intermezzo from CavullerU Hast!
The next lowest county which the which has come to his attention. That Fenella Snyder, Etholin White, Billy and the slogan will be used on all advertising :Miss Alice Tharln teacher. cana.-Mascngnl.
governor enumerated was Dade, the wonderful spirit of co-operation Graham, Julian Peek, James Richard ,. matter sent out by the Old Folks at /Home-Fouler.
i which he said was on an 8 per cent manifested which made this possible Wainwright, St. Elmo Struth, Frank chamber. Fourth Grade A : Julian Peek, Jr., Home Sweet Homo--John Howard,
could and John Inman. Lucille Edwards: Jeanette Underbill.
I basis. not help but have a stimulating I ---- Payne
Dade's assessed total value is $37- effect in all lines of health work. During the business meeting the Story telling hours at club house Miss Nellie Stearns, teacher Polonaise Militaire--Chopin
434,581, he laid. This is for the whole Miss Shaw said that the aim of officers elected were: every Saturday afternoon, three to Fifth Grade: Beverly Cady, Eloise Clara Louise Peek showed
excep- .
county, mind you. Assessed valuation the new course of stuy in health education President, Hazel Adkins. I i four o'clock: in. charge of the Junjor Ritch, Wilbur Griffls, Lester Price tlonal! knowledge and I ability In the v
of property in Miami is $96,687-:: is the formation of health habIts Vice President, Julian Peek, Jr. I Civic Club. Robinson, Victor Thomas, Icon Al- contest. She made an average of
844 for the year 1924, less exemptions and that the extent to which the Secretary, Eliose Ritch. I PINE- CASTLE varez. Miss Isabel Bullen, teacher. 08 per cent and watt given the ffrit
,,; making a net of $87,661,714 on program is carried out depends on the Treasurer, James Richard Wain- 'j Sixth Grade: Hazel Adkins, Milton prize, $5.00.: Paul Knight did! exceptionally
.< the tax rolls. Some of the individual time given and the enthusiasm which wriifht. Pins Ca"tlelarch! 12.-Mrs. A. C. Brownlee Jr., Henry Silcox Alice well thereby receiving "econ>l
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is put into it by the teacher and the Chairman of class work Carrie Hall was visiting friends at Louise Fernandez, Merrill Futch, George prize $2.50.Among .
't interesting. support given it by the parents at Hutto. I :Monday. I Iman, Wilson Hayes[ GlennMcMillan: those of honorable mention
tion assessed' for $1,200; a $20,000 home. After the business meeting the Sun-'I !Mr. and Mrs R. L. Brown and James Richard Wainwright Delia were: Ruth Sternlicrg and Merrill
\(valuation assessed for $400. After the business meeting the day school lesson was studied and daughter, Claudy, of Hampton, spent Williamson, Stella Whitely. Mrs. Her- Sleuth Kth grade; Leliu Dun Andrews
MThe next lowest county is Polk, audience enjoyed two instrumentalsolos later the children had a merry time Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.A. bert Ritch teacher. 'Irmi Struth and Estolle Kendrick

"which. according to the figures of the by Owen Griffin, violin and Paul playing tames. C.: Hall. Seventh Grade: Ronnie Colson, Lois 7th icarda, Alice Fernando, 6th Irr do.
:,equalizer is on aI per cent valuation. ;, Knight, piano. Fruit salad and cake were served < Mr. G. W. Sheffield and grandson, Ritch, Iris Brown, of Brooker; Pearl 1 The music memory contest hoi
.' Transfers recently examined for l The hostesses, Mesdames J. 1). by the hostess and her sister, Miss I Walter Payne, were in Waldo !Saturday "; Johnson, Louise Hayes, Evelyn helpod greatly to mike good muslo I
that county aggregate in value ap Peek, J. W. Morgan/ E. K. Perryman, Olive Ray. < attending to business.. Strickland Gertie Johnson, Pearl popular and (It Is hoped that a contest

proximately. 1000000. Governor !! C. L. Peek, J. II. Ritch and R. F. Gainey. N. J. Johnson, teacher. may be held again next year.
Martin said. I Clark, served refreshing pineapple
j Eighth Grade: Ruth Stemberg, Williams.
I jsherbert and wafers.

":, highest The chief valued executive county in said the that state the is I| "" CLASS MEETING Chamber of Commerce Meeting Edna Fayree Strickland Brown, Merton, Willie Clark Mae, Hinson Tolie.JaI ale Tenth:Mae Grade Bennett.: Clevy Norman, Con.

Baker, which is on a 63 per cent Mrs.
Gainey. Bessie McGruder
I Eleventh Grade
: Clyde Crew.
basis. Saturday afternoon
I Miss
Amelia
Governor Martin spoke calmly, but Ray entertained her Sunday school: Starke Tonight Friday 8:00 teacher.I High School. Twelfth Mrs.. T. J.Grade: Charles Rivers If.
snls l words were emphatic. ne threatened class at her home on N. Walnut st. Ninth Grade: Lois Gainey, Wilbur Fripp Miss Alderman Florence Miss Carolyn

;,:;,:.;" to take other steps unless the j This_interesting__ class ls composed'. 'Iu Marshbum, Mattie Norman, Jessie( S.-Dowling, ; ...- bardten- .. Matthew. .S.I 'y"I

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PACK SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH! 13 1923
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National Bank Madison Approximately $20,000to of independence in production of oil
I Kissimmee-First
jPI FARMERS :tTutt'S Pills I with capital of $00,000 applies for be spent for additonal paving/ for paints and varnishes reported,(
bright.
FARMING charter Key West-Harbor; to be surveyedwith
and Th.r.... doM airtonlihM .
the Invalid to channel to Florida citrus fruits arc handled
I -Ground broken for view deepening
B radon ton
giving Immediate r.ll f, .....lall." I :
shippers and
:) bowel..d digestive. organ*,Inducing erection of $500,000 hotel. j depth of 30 feet by 10 separate organizations -
i -- ; 313;; per cent of fur greater
Plant City Strawberry sales for Milton-18 acres of tobacco to be citrus output of California is handled,
I t DIGESTION
k INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE I
Tltl'CKKRS ARE
}'AWIEltSNU GOOD
17 in this district as experiment.
{
planted
present' season, prior to February through a single agency
a i ARTICLES UK FARM KXPERIENCKS: ; : : AND :METHODS FOUND

TO UE WEST: SW'1'EU'1'U OCR: COl''J'I; spring totaled 522099.- j Winter Garden-Contracts awarded SEED SHORTAGE WILL UE REMEDIED I.

} I Baker-Many farmers have their I Tarpon Springs-Plans under way for construction of additional Water BY FEDERAL BUREAU

jt r I land in shape and are planting corn. for construction of Inness MemorialArt mains, sanitary sewer extensions
t I and lake front improvements. March 8.
? Washington Fearing
Institute. -
MAKE EVKK\TIIlNi(; READY hells Some are using a higher grade of fertilizer -
il 1 FOIl CHICKS AHEAD 1 OF TIME There* lire .some diseases which may this year than usual. Dundee-Proposed improvement include Plant Cj.ty-0. L. Briant and Son a shortage of seed corn for planting;

We are now in. the flub of "baby develop) m the fields irrespective of of three milesof I sawmill in this city. this year's crop, the Department of
I five miles paving, open
71 chick production nnd thousands of tho condition of the plants wh..nll'ansplantc Osceola-All crops are growing waterworks I Agriculture has taken steps to pro
fine in the favorable weather of recent -' sidewalks and modern for vide farmers an adequate supply and
chicks arc loin" purchased by Florida : poultry raisers. One should not to cause trouble with bright leaf weeks. A large acreage has :j system construction of Cass and Platt street has assured President Coolidge that

purchase chicks blindly, and often thequtKliun tobacco I is rout-knot. Root-knot is been planted to tomatoes in the I Coleman-$25,000 bond issue voted bridges over Ilillsborough river; there is no likelihood of a repitionof !
of what urn some of the caused by a nematode which occursin 1'county this year. Very little damage for new school building. structures to cost $340,000 each. conditions which existed in the
( fundamentals in preparing for chicks nearly all sandy soils throughout ;is being done by the citrus aphis. spring of 1918.

i f IK asked. |, the Southern states. Where susceptible I 1---1 Tampa-Material and equipment as- Sanford-Work to start April 15 on Several days ago, after he had l>cen

I I A quality chick is. u good investment plants (nearly all crops, ex- the poultry association met I I sembled for construction of South $500,000 tourist hotel I informed that some agricultural authorities

,.1.. 1 L but a poor chick is a liability, cept grains and grasses) have been day and completed plans for storing yesterI' Tampa Electric Power Company's Jacksonville-Wood Hydralic Hoist i were concerned about the

says N. K. Mehruf, poultry specialist grown for several years the nema- I;I eggs this season. Co-operative marketing plant on Hlllsboreugb' Bay. I and Body Company establishes local outlook for the coming planting sea

!) tode is likely to be present in great of poultry and eggs continues. )j Arcadia$112,000 bond electionto distributing plant to supply Florida, son, the President called on the Department
Extension! numbers. Tobacco, being very sus- and C ba. for information as to
The tobacco prospect is good and be held April 1 for erection of southern Georgia i j
ccptiblo to nematode injury, shouldnot plantbeds are in good condition with' whether the corn of last years crop
tf: : whom you are buying, the kind of follow any of the truck crops or transplanting ready to begin. Th,' school buildings. New Smyrna-Plans under way for !I might prove of low vitality and there-

I t chicks he has, and the quality. If be planted on very rich soil. Bright ,cotton acreage shows another cut, Tarpon Springs Twentysevenacre establishment of two city parks at fore of doubtful value for seeding puts

one expects to stay in the poultry tobacco should not be pluntcd near but farmers are using more cotton tract on Whltcomb and Kremer cost of $1'J.,000.; | poses. In response, Mr. Coolidge wn

.1 I ;: business he will need a good foundation :' old shades which are Infected with'i fertilizer and are planning to give bayous to be subdivided and developed. lIi1tonCallfman;; ;:; to plant!.advised that the Department had given -
l
this black I the situation attention and that
and a good way to get the shank disease. 'I II it
it the boll weevil a hard fight. river'
2,000 acres to in Yellow
quality grapes had been made the of
I foundation is to purchase subject a care-
1
I baby chicks or to hutch from quality SAND AND LAVA ROCK ARE I I Jefferson-Visited several schools Winter Haven-Columbus, Ohio, district. 'I ful inquiry.A .

1 ),1.I. : eggs I UOR1HLESS AS FF.RTLI2ER in the interest of club work and signed firm planning establishment of large Tampa-Consumers' Lee Company
1 There are a number of good poultry -I up 81 boys and girls who signified stucco plant here. starts construction of $65,000 ice ; very important step toward the
I Once more a fake fertilizer is being I
i breeders in Florida, and it is Ia desire to take part in this work. |
i possible I manufacturing plant. 'Uniform numbering and marking of
fund being
sold in the state, and ofllcials of the Bradenton $:!5OOO i I
"
chicks at
to purchase good near I
j Florida Experiment Station are advising I| Brevard-Assisted the businessmen raised to advertise city. be highways of interstate character was
} home. This policy should be fol- Winter Haven-Over $300,000 to
) \ farmers to beware of fertilizers of Pompano in organizing a I of land taken recently when Secretary of Agriculture -
lowed ui far as possible. I { Bar tow-Cuban American Corporation spent developing 3,500 acres
: 41 Before the chicks are ordered one that do not contain ammonia, phos- chamber of commerce this week. I I putting up $40,000 factory surrounding Lake Jane. I appointed a board to pre-
phoric acid Such fertilizers .
r should think about hi* brooder and or potash. . building. pare a plan. and secure its adoptionby
have but little value. Fort Pierce-Orange avenue to be various states. The board is
r I brooder house. lIe should be sure I the
Do not buy finely ground stone mealor EXTRACTS FROM Com- paved for seven miles and three additional I
\), that everything( Is ready or can be Florida East Coast Railway composed of officials from the Bureau
lava rock for fertilizer. It is made HOME DEMONSTRATION:\ miles cleared and graded.
k t put in readiness before the chicks ar- pany authorized to issue $1,200,000 of Public Roads and a number of mem
largely of silica, which is the chemical AGENTS' REPORTS trust certificates to .
ask the equipment purchase bers of state highway departments.Colds
rive. lie should himself fol-
name for sand, of which we already S e e e ,, Vero--Road building program to ,
lowing questions: have plenty.Do new equipment. be launched here calling for expenditure -
I Is the brooder house in first class I $400,000., Cause drip and Influenza
not be misled by te9tlmonlails.I Volusia"Plantingaccording to a The value of cottonseed productsin
condition? Is it clean and sanitary?
I Experiment stations have tested out plan" was the subject discussed the United States is now $275,000- LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove
drafts? Is it Palm Beach New York interests
Is it free from large '
-
such materials and found them to be 'with two clubs recently when several 000 annually All this was waste I lb. cauae.. There Is only one "Bromo Quinine."
enough for the number of chicks? Is to develop exclusive winter and summer -
E. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c.
I worthless. of the underlying of land- few Cottonseed oil
principles only
a years ago. _.
the sand l on the floor clean and dry? resort on water front land northof -
If know of art The is the base for most of the vegetable
you anyone selling this scape were brought out.
I i Is the brooder In good working I city.
I material, you should report him to growing of figs and bulbs was also fats for table use.
order? Has the stove been run for
two or three days before the chicks the Commissioner Agriculture, for stressed, and some community beau- St. Augustine-Plans practically Henry Ford to plant 8,000 acres of .666
he is the law tification discussed.
i arnve'lI violating i was completed for huge beach develop- Florida land to rubber trees with .

.\ the water pans, mush hoppers, :iJonu.iA; : mU DIRECTOR ON: : Gadsden-Eight hens from one ment project. view of growing rubber in United I. a prescription for

i I etc., all ready FOREST RESEARCH COMMITTEE i flock of 218 were recently culled and (-States. Several varieties of oil nut Colds, Grippe, Dengue Headaches

Has( anything, been left undone? !''sent to market. In another flock of trees already planted in sub-tropical Constipation, Biliousness.It .
If "Yes" to all of section of and the !I. the most Hpeedjr remedy .. Rows
I one can answer Wilmon Newell, director 'of the 200, only three were discarded. Bettor I "AfrerEver Neal < country prospect
these .. he is ready for the I I
questions Florida Agricultural Experiment Sta- I methods are being used with better -
chick to arrive. I tions, has been appointed by the Secretary results at lower cost. i I
n
of Agriculture to; be a member (I I 'COl'lD; BETTER f FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE 11"
OUTLOOK)( FOR lOKAC'CO() CHOI' '
of the Southern Forest Research Nassau-At a very interesting lunkutry I Get Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON PURE and GEM

The (ncrvniro of shade-grown tobac- I[I Advisory, Committee. The appointment demonstration, 15 baskets were BRA DS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.

co for Ondsden! county will be considerably wan made by Secretary Howard started. The ladies were so interred :Not: the Cheapest, but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,
1 "t reduced for this year, while 'ISh Gore before he retired, and has that they asked for an all-day meeting 1 Dusters and Dusts.

f that of bright leaf or cigarette tubac- just been announced. : I a month later to finish the bn-ka-

t co will l be greatly increased. Plans I I| The purpose of the Advisory Committee 'and make trays. I E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla

have been made, for the construction is to coordinate the efforts of I i SEALD -.

of another warehouse for marketing all agencies in the Southern states: I]I Polk-At the Board meeting of the ? TIGHT I

I the bright leaf crop. Quincy will, doing forest research work, and to County Federation recently, we secured f, fiFPTI
therefore, be the marketing center! for stimulate work of this kind. The I several scholarships that will ,0 RIGHT

several adjoining counties. committee will also endeavor to secure I enable club members to attend the annual I I

Some of the bright leaf bed' were as far as possible, general adoption i Short Course at Tallahassee. I Pass it around lOur Cross-Word Puzzle I II

planted In December in order to have of improved forestry and con I after every meaL I
plants for early transplanting. servation methods developed by the Taylor-It is almost possible to Give the family

Weather conditions have buen very various state and federal research point out the home of contestants in the benefit: of Its

I :favorable so far for growth of the work' in the Southern states.EXTRACTS I the home beautification contest', for old to .11 stlon. I There i isn't a difficult word in this puzzle would be a Rood test for any-

| I : seedlings find, if fuvorublo conditions :-. .-: improvements are-already prominent. Cleans! It teeth too.Keep trn' .i-word l puzzle; as arranged hj, one who wished to know just how fast
i continue, transplanting will be well alwaysin Walter Barnes. word is
Suwannee-A Every
com-
j school
county poultry
: ., thinker ,
FROM COUNTYGENTS' Get end
the house they are. n pencil
under March
20
f by according to .12
way
was conducted by the
,\ poultry 'peeiallist mon in the vocabulary of the average!
W. B. Timlulo, associate plant pathologist . .REPORTSLeon . I l of the Agricultural Extension;; ln- Costs tittle helps much t I adult. A time limit in solving thl- 'old go( to it.
I at the Tobacco! Experiment ;vision. Much Interest l is being manifest r
Station, Quincy. -Spent two days this weekin in
poultry, and several people )in I 12tl 5 a r d g o
I So far" no ,dixvnse has been reported visiting schools and getting club the county have placed lame order
: in the pluntbeil.s. Experienced, growers work lined up. The boys are very for baby chicks. !RLGLEY

c. I have taken precautions of treating enthusiastic about club work this
the seed and disinfecting the beds year. j !\Iarlon-lIom entered in the

t before planting. Where this has been home improvement contest were scored -
I ly 3J !1
done thoroughly' little or no trouble Volusia-Tho citrus aphis is ocrup this week, and the entrants are

is expected to occur in the beds >ing the center of the stage this hnxlous to secure the services of a I Off His Perch I .3 1 f asz.

i Accordingly discuses will bo reduced! week, although' it is not" very bad ,]landscape gardener to help in artUtUplantings. -
\
'f to a minimum in tho fields. At (least anywhere. Growers are aking stops The scoring team made !r u :y

I ;t past of tho bright leaf seed was Imported : to put up a good fight against it and many helpful suggestions which will!
from other states and planted have started spot dusting in earnest. bo assistance in improving homes. I
We have one of the heaviest citrus
without treatment. In such cases it I 7- S! s4 !s
is possible that certain diseases may blooms that I have seen, and indications Citrus-Gold stars for efficiency in

develop on the seedlings in the plant- lire that a good crop will bo nutrition work wore awarded the f. 77 !tl 11 40
beds set. children in the several schools last

The, best yield and best quality of Duval-Local- 'week. The difference this work has 4-
dairymen are Inter- made in the children, is most noticeable
tobacco can be produced by setting 47 18Is
ested in
cultivating more ground and ::
:
rosy cheeks, friendly greeting,
:
'
t only strong and healthy seedlings. growing, more of their feeds on their _
bright
and "pep" taken se 3
eyes having
Any week
plants or plants showing
dead spots on the leaves should be. own farms. I the place of listlessness and sallow- S I s! d' .' sf

discarded. If there is any doubt about I Lakc--Someit;;; aphis Infesta- ness.Sumter. I

the health and general conditions of tion is in the county and growers are I -Using-; the strawberry in -
t
< the plants! specimens should be sent interested in keeping this pest in vnrlou"- ways was demonstrated n, I HORIZONTAL U. Comment

'! to the Tobacco Experiment: Station at check. Growers are continuing to three different communities this we, \ I, Vanity. 10. Tendency.
t I I' ti Quincy for examination, or some well plant grapes, nnd a large" acreage is Begin. 12. To acquire knowledge.

II i, ; Informed personhould" examine the being, planted,I in the county this !\Ianatee--Cannlng exhibits of :', kf li.U. Ceremonial. 13. Parts of a plant.

&\" I I .- containers each were made by the ,. i ll.' ; Machine to sow with. 16. Old testament prophet.
U f '" I i men from 10 communities at ..' u. Whether. 19. Loved one.

'I i t Now on the Job At Washington | recent county fair. !Many mdtvid'i.. .- '1 IVI Saluted. 21. Flower.
entries were also made. t I 117. Personal Pronoun 23. River in France.

: .. e .1 | IS. Aged. 23. Musical Instrument (Plu.)
:i. 20. City in Massachusetts. 27. Married.
FLORIDA WEEKLY IN- -Jl. Large Wagon. 29.: Jump or leap.
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I)('STRL\L REVIEW
82. Lured.
Genuine.
| 22
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33. End of
atone.
\ ; -4. Edge.
: 25. A drove. 34. Overturn.
I Fort I'iuc-Work ::tarted hard- 26. To deluge. 33. Little wave.
surfacing 12 mile link of the FortPiercoOkeeihobee ''
I a>r 2.*. Vicious sea fish. 36. Wading bird.
_road.ClermontDnulevard I 30. Falsehood. 38. Part of body.

r I Ir lighting,: sys. I' J I. Circle. 40. Man's name.

tern bi ing installed here. I In 32.:! Fowls. 42. Companions.
r Fi :( 34. Higher. 43. Nobleman.
.' >.i-hn. 'll-Sumter county completing 36. Walking stick 46. A poem.

I : l Plans; for construction of $630,000; ( 37. To lick up. 47. A meadow.

toad program. | 3'J. To clip off. 60. For example. (abbr.)

" .... ., Runnel, ]-Local telephone;; system rAvroc 41. Outfit. 52. Near
42. Analyze. (Gram.)
", t..' bo reconstructed and extended un-1'I 1 o 44. An animal. Answer to Last \eek's Puzzle
01 i, r new ownership. |
Gution 45. By.
Borulum. American
;;t. Augustine-Bids to be opened I sculptor empl..yed| to carve a great 4(3.( Cereal food T 4 L E N 7 o r A L L u w

v I m h 3 for permanent bridge across Confederate :Memorial on Stone 43. Liquid measure (abbr.) o L TEA 5 E
M,.r.mzas. bay to Anastasia. I I' Mountain :Atlanta Ga., has been 49.: Instrument for sewing. n'' c E E L A'r' A M I D
I discharged by the committee. He 51. Triple. S E k 5 0 4 R +R f E D

'p' irasota-Tampa Southern Rail- is charged: with destroying models 53. Margin. (Plu.) I N ORE M'T E N R E

ul Company to bnild' 33-mile road' after being discharged. 54. Stratum. L M A n : R E D

t'i Fort Ogden. VERTICAL 4 T r e N D a E L A T E
j FLEE R E Aln
Tampa $23,000:! administration fsoorms In a Healthy CHild 1. Preceding. ? t'S u ;f+ E '
_
ui 1iCTT : 1 nilding. nearing completion at All children troubled .ith Worms have an nnbcmltby 2. Plundered. M'a
.) V TemI B L
sI I" cutor. which
tl h liximtri poor blood and a> a 3. Personal Pronoun. I
per Terrace Estates.
I II I rule there t b more or lea xomach dUturbaaca. 4. Excavated. S 1 R A c'oTRAPy
I I GRUB E S TASTELESS ,bill,! TUNIC: oven regularly
5. Part of head. (Pin.) MIPES
lot IWO or three west will
> enrich the blood. lmprov -
I r "Hei'.n' Mart*" Charles O. D.w,,s, V1 -1'reetdell', with Mr I Iit To Cure a Cold In One Day' : the dljteuloo.and act as a General Stnojttnraina 6. Appear. I ti a 4 D .T. E A T
s.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (TlMMi> It'' Took ....... E B o. .t ,
to the whole >, Nature will then Ef"1 E SE
art at home at tile WilUrU fetal l in Washington. This U the) 7. To scatter for drying.
vy- grass
I I sop.eh. Couch and h..d.eh..ad worl.uath.Cold. throw off of dispel 1 the worn*,and the Child win be I E tip, A li
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WHAT SHALL WE DO? lost confidence In themselves and I in .:
I, 1- Cleaner Are You Tired Mr. and Mrs, Dalton Carter were. IT.". \Vliriom :
feel that $150,000 Dry
Recently Dr. Broughton spoke before others and have come to : Achy- visitors to Starko Saturday after- lht So"'h. h.,. S ,iI i-
Christ is the AU this I \\vni .iiurli r I i 1.i -
the Pastors' Conference of Jack- way. augurs I .... noon. I f .v, Tm\nlni:: ;, ) ;.: ,', ui"I -
well and let All this ..... .. l .. AU Run Down? j 'nun i Inn Ki:* .i i ,11
hope. ,
up augur i N"'I h. ,
1 Messrs. Td"< d l Km \* .
ville by request giving! his Impressions '' VtY"" (III Roy Denmark and I.ouU i >l,tilt, Of I I fi.?i i'n
I distant when a great revival i shall: J' | boom tilt Ih M? >-. "I''l 1'J d(,. ., )
of religious: conditions in Now I :r Carter of Jacksonville were the weekend 'mitt. Jft mm Him/ Kiul: uS'<' t? l 11 e II r>',, .

York and New England. lIe spent, I sweep over the earth. /' guest; of relatives here last week! Inner? ><.,uih.) Thivo d vm, > l h-I'. I', f. t
It is apparent however to every; .- This Slurki- Resident Til'sui How Mr. I to tilt: an.h:::::i: tine of tho I wii'l' \HtliU-' iii-
his vacation largely ut Nurthfleld to and Mrs. John Jones of Minml ti-r L'f Sfiilhitutt, quarter, ilia,,, ncr South:: -.>; Jc-
but while there he supplied in New student of tho Scriptures! that in sum< : Get Nell.Tied wero visitors hero last week. I| ten*;* and 1 Jfi rnlnuto Enat: hfcit. Met 'ti'
least revival be Soiithfiixt corner of lmaiti.l.: : : :
sense at a must preceded Mrs. Nurt liwiat, liirttr .
York for a month or more. In this t. nil the time? I. A. Mnrr! of Lnwtcy, was a of HputhvnHt quarter. thrmi> North im
by some sort of preparation., visitor ,U iii ,err Wmt, 1.1'\1\| fwl. .
here to fluenhrunl: ,
way he was brought in contact with l.nnii' Thursday. r rj -
A recognition of our need lookin : still and achy? j j ncr i of thi> .....1 Northui-it iiuirl<"r of Houtli
the pastors and churches and could Tortured with na'glll''I'I..II1Ie'' l I nl.l l .(m''ilKrU'i.' thinciVvnt, .M :S.Mlh, Inof I
w 1
the direction but i FOR ALL
right is not bUll LOCAL
HAPPENINGS Mild 1
v Knifi'-liku NoithuiM iiinrli of
| r Houlln-int
,
'
at first twinges wit
speak hand.
The i I 11 qtini "
description yon stoop 'Ml ,
1.I
he dent In itself First of all, we doubti or lift? SUn Cnll1E TO to 11. P, Mm- Inn.I 1. th nco South
gave was wretched In the j erly \inirnllliilh Clunrti ,
ex-
el"I!
i i if there has ever been any granmovement t Miserable with hwid.ulni TUB ''h.",-,. W.wt 175* feud
11.'Ittth
treme. First of all, he! stated, that dizzy> TELEGRAPH l>; |mm .in Imp' nt ftuld;
of this kind which \vu-< spells and bladder irrcKu'itritus' ? "rll..1lu.h'r of SK: ijimiur, 'lu firt, to

large downtown churches in New I nut preceded by much prayer. This, ; All are sine of kidney tti"'!.II"SIlI< /t.lK'r' of tko Clerk. of the Clratjit Court rtu i hinrh*"I IM1rIfmf Rttvit.. .tlunoo to Leo I Put h.riy: nl'">ntr hureh

York had recently disbanded, their Use Doan Pills In sail for HrKiirortl County PlnrM, ilixtci-H I ; Imi\: ; \ Ou'nco: Houtti
on Ki : :
was true of the Great Aw.ikiMiii- s -a stimulant dluretie nf ,. a emuni t 101 I 1-J ., it tli.-nr.: Auulhrrly.' :
fine It nom rave tar tlio I IB.
I 1921. tmrnUrl
buildings hud been demolished to the kidneys yrnr sill rhurch 'l. -I I I. .
:: J 'i. i>t. tUrnoith -
end elsewhere.] It is according tin* W. HAVR8. \ TH ditfn : :
: and theaters had been built the Here's Starko testimony : '" to < him It it
upon\ Tat Collaavir ihciico Houliicrly, ..'.
e Divine plan and hence cannot !b><' \ Ta Brttdford ?"It t I hrh M l toi '.* I I.:
Mrs. '
sites. ( B. Madison ; County 6,6 t
The t Stillcy St. thi
members hud scattered, I 1 oayst I life FnnlI i K. nt n"hl, ,itrutt-M ,. ,ilh
the changed. Another thing that mu-t I : suffered, from lame back teed kidneycomplaint. Caantv Pnpar 'I 10..."l- "tt.t' ', 2))I" -? I Ihnr, Si'Uthi-rly,
faithful of course drifting, into ,, To :' I? a
needs s--- ,. ...5tt9Od I" tU .o O"lIh; nt, ,. f .
.Is that fall .
shall make A .1<
conic dull .1 .111".1
other we heavy ache in my lly nn t cullivu-tl" : 1: '
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churches, but the! larger: pro- -- ,_.__ ._ 901.54 .a Fx.l: flhr.rtll. uxl w'l. else' of, I n'nl :
Christ King. This is balk made me misirnl" and I C time. .
certainly on. wai .I nr'!.. IhrnoI \I .
portion were lost fight of. In other of the great necessities of the world hardly I able to iret around I felt tired To hal ihi"" Mtovli, I I. I'':". '.''ifi.:5J i! xl.vl, I ,, I .t I. rl t? \I.r.l, ,Ilnr .1.or solo alone N.,,.t. ill h.
churches, as he the 1'1.. and ,.,rall.. I I.'wt 'IU.... r..r Null..not. ,
saw them i
con and I
of
today. It is time that we all lay ",un 4 lanKii'd nut sort. I used Ti hal. duo. Nov I I. 111.14\ ,. ,. 4211. s..,,''h. Melt.. ,. .1.nt.. I ne. ..u gtperin5 West IIn.,trncr.

Krogations were small ; in many of doings down and put Jesus at tin Poan'1'ills, from Mitchell's Drug By ami. eiilU-ctnl, 4t16 .ill II I!I'_Ind 1I"'h.t. .o.n, ,I. .( "ulh..t, qua', ""f. ,r
them there Store mill I was cured of the attack. ---I I .3 art, a1 IIn nni.U' .
were no night|: services: no '''I 1" n palm .r Ivan.
additions head of the list. We must crown him 1"1al"l at all dealers. Don't To linl., duo March 1 I. I'lJ'i ,t 11.19 t nlnu, .nhl lunl" ,b.ht, .mtahd' In (ho Nollh
baptistries closed pastors Lord of all Oaaty ....! aad * starved out and leaving! / no prayer as well as to accept of simply ink for a kidney r'm'dy-got To Sal thio No* 1. 1U.M .. _... 841t!! A(> ., :s. '1'..... n.hl" 5. P.ntll lI..n..o( "II..rlo'!! East..:ur neon Cm pi.
Him Savior and I Doan !'ills th" lly amt. ''Iwnlnu, .1,;. .. .
as King. s same that Mrs. cvllivUtl -. 585.:'rJRal. .ro. more or I hen. nave sail
-
meetings n.
no Sunday schools, and besides Already we have said there is n luck Stilley hu
he stated that great numbers in Mfrs., Huiralo.' N. Y. dll* March 1 I. IOJS 7 IDO 17 lln.rnt and. and she land.. hrrolnron' .. :Itl
of people from the various Protestant:' tho ministry. Richard Cecil ha* OaUtaadla lnil.bt.ds... Pond. I In oilier ...rtl...

well said: "There is a manifest lack To bt.dUolf..I.: :: 10J4 ._ SIJtMS E. K. rlmnYM IStlp""I.1
I I ; :
churches were going over to the j of i n -a h 'Attt d Iiy .- -- -- ----- $10.59: I 't .. Mn.t.r.ebIlrmr .
i spiritual influence In the CRtw'9:
ministry ,
Unitarians. The Unitarians do not i I!: of the present day. I feel it in my i I II Jimmy O'Connell, the outfielder, Miss\(, -M dredCone was the guest of To "bat due March. I. Itttl --.-.____.' SKOH.SU' ; ,. for l'rnldnnsnt\ ( 50.bl-I-' I I

believe that Christ was divine and nor whom the Giants paid {' 60,000 friends in Lacrosse Saturday. ......, SKkaal I i
hence do not believe in the funda- I own case and see it in that of othr. but who last fail kicked To bal. due Nnv. I. IOU ._-____2108S.D7 SI4STER'B
L. '
[ of a low managing contriving was out R. and II. P. Gainey were attending Uy amt ci.llii-l.il. h S333.04 StLE :
mental teachings of the Bible. In1| I of baseball In the bribery scandal, to business in Starke Monday Notlee IN hereby-
maneuvering temper of mind among To bal. due March I. I02H __ nlvcn Out' under and t b>y
I is this
other words they are just plain in-1 I Spring running a dry cleaning IH729.V8 virtue of that certain' Steal dome. of ,
us. We are laying ourselves out more in 1 COUNTY rOLLS I: cloatir.. inadit and. (UM>-
San Francisco
1 dens so far as the Scriptures and shop To bah due Nov. rvndtrivd on the IOIh.'d.Y of
Miss Marguroite Shriver of Starke I. 1U4| ._ 751.00 A. 1> 5
than ,
is expedient to meet the tastes II/ amt. eiillralml I "bih: 'hIOl r..1tf '.. Judir* I
the Christian 89.00 : r'"u1r'tljw':
religion are concerned. 'I, ,and has not been able to be at work for I 1 II ( ) : for and
prejudices of our fellowmen. I litutiad I .
of ,
Dr. Broughton stated further that !' the past few days on account of To bal. due March I. 1BZ 712.00 Kltthth: Judira A. V 'Lang Judu of Ole
The and vegetables the In Juillrlnl i Clrrtift I
i ministry Is a grand and holy during year. I Talal Hub. flckael of r'lnrlda, in and f..r

the conditions in the small towns vil- 'j affair and it should find in us a simple this connection it Is well to rememberthat /licknl. ''. Sho tins been here with To bal due Nov. 1, IUU .-----.18612.77 I eerl.innlcatucn;;.r ;; : j'i;: In"''an: (:ieaafuFopbrdai::; Land \

lages and country 'places, were even her mother Mrs. John Shriver, I lly amt. oallt-otnl -. 175U,89huh hank of \
|' habit of spirit and a holy but not more than one-tenth of Flor. ColumlilH. n curporntlult| ,la oomptnin-" '

worse than In the cities. Withal], his j humble indifference to all conse- ida's available wealth has been de Royce Gainey and Buddie Russ To du. Mnrch 1. 1925 _._____19873.51' ; ant hut .wife and The W. It. MeKlnnoy. Uuby MoKinn y

account was heart distressing and were guests of friends in Sat Total Sub-Srhixil I IluniU : Lawuey: Notional Farm Lan t
quences., The leading defect in the veloped-that she has many thousand I Lawtey Til bal. due Nov. 1, IUU artBI.JO AaaoolHtlon." ft cororation.| J. M Trtihy, :and

we turned away bewildered and sick (Christian ministry is the want of a of acres awaiting development urda)". lly emt. collected ._____.--. 607.81 j di'ftfndnnta flttirna. Dank, the of Hit I ford.a.co rim.rut Ion. aro

at heart.Doubtless. (j i ,{Devotional hub It." Florida Baptist and from these tangled domains Innumerable A. A. Hazen was the guest of his Tu bal. duo Mnrch I I. 11146.__._ ill ii j I IRne,1 i wale- and. will ..11 tmdvr to tho altrnt'd hl"h"'l will blildfr ifTvr. for for

you are saying that this Witness. fortunes w'ill be mado within mother. Mrs. D.V.. Hazen ono day and IIrI.... IluniU, :(cniih, In front of the Court Ilmum door In

state of affairs obtains in New York ] this week. To bat. due Nov. 1 1. IUJ4 I7i>na.| | the Hlnrkn.' Hradford County. Klorlihi. nn Momlny,, ,
the few -
next One ilth
years. may expect I day of April. A. 1>.
I
lly 1DJA
amt sollvetrd ittiritiir .
and New England but it is spreading. i FLORIDA MOST Mr. and Mrs. Andrews -...---. .4100.471To I Ivunl I hnun th
RAPIDLY to see the great Everglades country of New River I of: male\ for thv MiriNWU( nail.-! !
:
Not long ago we had a letter from CROWING. STATE IN UNIONA blossom when his were shopping here Saturday. bal. line. March t. 1028 .SS706 81 I id fylntr said final d :'rt'i'. llm rollowinu,I r.di'Mfiili. *
II man waves Wid... ranalaa rand roan imliito' lylnu and. hflnw in Mindr.nd. .
a trusty friend in a Northern state I Clydn, Carrol and Roswell Ward To 'I'outily' Klorldil. to-wlt
magic wand over that rich, strangesoil. bal. duo Nnv. I. 11)114 -''.'I! 17 :
relative to these matters, in which he' little while ago men and women Ward all of Jacksonville' were the Icy amt. collrclfil' 6H:!_' : h Tim. Ninth hair of the South. West quart*.,.

said that the South need not expect I j I I i'came to Florida that they might enjoy I Florida is growing-so rapidly tlint I guests of their mother, !Mrs. Ward To bal. due March I. ill.-n filM.\.\ Houiliinnt ntr'I South. iiuartt'r, of Walaronk of' thi Hun Itrnneh th.... quarter and the of

to escape. He stated that they were sunshine and. water; they came to folks are bewildered. In this land last week-end. a.V AU>KUMAN.: I, Knm.S-rll..n: '. Alpo,.17. :Tounaltlp:;:: :; A.; 'Month of Kitnao .'I 1
I Ih.Northi .
find at .
< of
quarter
a lounging place in the delightful Clerk final Onnrl dim
fighting their battles Mr.
now and that and Mrs Elwin
we Daxter of N..rtluM
I land where but a few years ago man (Snal) iry C. 1\. KNICHT uiinrtcr of Hoeluut ill. Townnlii'|
would have to fight ours Inter. We' j sands along miles of picturesque sought only sunshine and health gold] Jacksonville was hero with relatives Paputy) Clark. j I i a. Mouth' of II...". 21 Knal.. containing In nil
{ beaches they did not think of I niton 110! near norm or Iw.1
; the -
fear his statement is all too true. 1 I lust week-end. -- -
I is now a glittering thlng.-bri/ol'hter'/ ( KKK-8 KKPORT I A. 1.. ACTIONS
There are symptoms enough that this wonderful "money-making" opportunities to most men than sunshine prettier' Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crews were attending FINANrlAL IUAr"'IHY or COUNTY I IMonthly R: M. I'It"lnl' Alasdrr.N..i.II"r .
I JOHNS.
contagion is reaching out in every around them; they simply looked than roses and delightful to business In Starko Mon. rUN"... ( fur CiMiiplnlnailt' t
I into the blue more Ananclal ...,. ... of Bradford 227.HlNOTICK I 3
and
sky laughed because
direction and in fact that to some than great stretches of golden beach day. Ctiunty for the month' of February, 1II20.

some extent at least it is already in I!| they were comfortable and coq Even from the remote of Mr. E. M. Hazen and children spent (Janvral ranrf TO I IIEIITUII.4 AMTreilllitp > .tlWI. rOIl.-
..
comers Hal
.b. _
tented. Indded I. IBJ8 h _________ 1918.11
our midst. That we are living in a | they came to Florida this country, Florida is gathering Sunday evening in Starke. Kt..elpla during month _. __ '.n' IUI.7d | and all- -

time of lawlessness add increasing to forget that harassing business I great hordes of fortune-hunters.. They F.. T. Stuart and son,, Paul and Hal.tMnburMrmentrt M.rcli 1 I. during' month ._.__. 600.8H aaalniit' 'the i...'lato nf penona Mary liopklna havlnir, lain clalinn, nf
'routine. Out it is quite different .1 !I4U.8D llrailfonl. ('''""''Y. Florida' .
crime to Huh .i"For.ji''r-"d'- ileeeaanil. will -
none can deny. Confidence inauthority are to build new cities where the palmetto Lewis, all of here were the guestsof rina I ; I their .omen. pr.mint -
has been undermined. Men. !day. Out of every hundred tourists, I' relatives in Jacksonville Hal, Pub 1. HUB _. __ ._. .".._ I1M.SI iinili'mlirni'il .duly authvntlvarjrU' to lh.
Sunday. entnr
and pine are today growing in l(K.l|>.la during' montha ___ ._ __ ___ and vxeuulrlt wltlnn"
00 of IT.4I
in high as well as low places are guil- them are seeking to enrich wild profusion. I' Miss Dulea Lewis of Ziff was the "Iilnhunti-menla' during mood __n u_ ._. 8A0.47 ,J: urn And year all, or thi-y will b. forvvar Imrrail.
themselves through (sub-division development test March 1 I. IUJH ._ __ ___ peranna Inilnteil! 'to Bald ICatala: am
ty of the most shocking dishonesty, ] ) Wherever nature plants wealth in truest of her aunt, !Mrs. K. T. Stuart Rood rund" latS.18 miulrxl to pay their aalil. ilubu. lo Ih. ...eU'

graft and crime, and while we are and through commercial i I| the soil, men and women trail paths I Sunday. Hal.) Feb. I. lO'JA . ._'u___ 043.411 tor Thin and 261h exnautrln forthwith.

making progress in some direction in 'and industrial pursuits. Perhaps the I and seek to enrich themselves through I I,. A. Drown of Starke was with niMbnnternrnta Hal.' March '1 ,during munth. ______. I Hay of l-nhniary JOHN UCI.OW A. n. 1926..

the opinion of many we are sadly other ten come here because the an expenditure of brawn and in the development home-folks in Hrookcr this weekend I-------------llnllillnc rand 9441.43 I Fn.enlor

weather is conducive! to good health Hal rVb. 1. 111 JH __ KATE I.IVINOSTON.
_
wanting in spiritual power in the pul- -where I of wild lands that produce J..1. !Morgan and family were tho IMnhunieineiila churl, ny month n. u. .._ _. 7.118 a-aV-Ut-4-24 KumjiilrOKDEK : '

pit and spiritual life in the churches. balmy days make the body bountifully. guests of W. N. Moody Saturday.S. llul. March) I. Iota __ __ ._ _-_n_ ._ 7.M ---_ .

What shall we do ? I! 'comfortable and life from tho mind V. Andrews of Morriston was Ouutaaaln* fund FOil rl'lH.ICATION
those annoying thoughts of I Gold and climate are making Flor- Hal.' .',.b. I I. HIM .. -.____ ___ 1S79.8H
We are not alarmist. There nave pneumonia > Ida the greatest! state in the Union with home folks !Monday. fct>litii| ilurlntf.. month ..---__.__.. ...T7 In Circuit Coin I. Rliihtfi': Juillolal. Cln ult.

been dark days before From 32:.> A. and kindred ailments. I I Hollywood/ News. hluhurernenia. during. month. ....___ Orailfurtl County Stala of Florlila.' In Cnnncery -
I j Hal Marah I I. H''r' .______ 1482.42
D. for a thousand years therefater all Florida sunshine Is good for men j To llralnava/ rund Mamla' Rlliabelh C.r$.. rumjilnlnant

seemed lost. The reformation came, and women whose blood ha* grown 'I DROOKEIt Simple Way Bnl, IVh.. I. 11)25. .______u.___ 77.44 >..

Christianity reasserted itself and the 1 thin( with but Florida is I'| Mill Dlnhiiiiii, Mnrch. awns' ,during month ....... James Robert Inrrla, liefenilanl
age young End I I. 'HUH _.. 77.BI It
Night Coughing ain' < arlnir liy arllilavlt .p.n..d' l In .Ilia
Brooker March 12.-1\11". and Mrs. i VVM.... Penalan lendlint |
I
world knows the consequences. That i man's and young woman's land-a Mil awl In tlu ahove-Hlitleil' calve Ihnt, Jamm

the Lord will take care of hU own we ( 1 1haven't land where brawn and brain work to-1 i I Deby Cone of Tampa were here with j /Hifi'lpl' .Fi'li, diirlntr I I. lli.'A month 82.1111 tt.HO U Rolwrtawls: (tha tlifemlant. therein. nanuil .

I his mother, Airs. Emilly Abbot this I No matter how llng you have b..ntroubl.1 l>I..t.. dal hit month _____ a iKin-riwuli of the Hlalv <>t Flnrlila unil
"The the of
a doubt. He has said i gather: in development thstate's I In n rralilunt nf rhllailelphla Nlatn' uf. I'.-"..-
week-end. wit,h I.X.i'I"'I.lllIIl/! COII'lInl, at Hal March I I. lll.r ___ .
| past d1,06Agrlcuhar.l lylvanla.' at 'Ililll
Maiti ra Mlrt.. 1. end, I. over
gates of hell shall not prevail. However i great resources. I| Faad
!Mr. F. right, robbing you of valuablesle.ep.nJthereby hp sue i>f 'w"ly..o It I I. tharafinainlenil
and Mrs. B. Hazcn of Law- ytara
Tho United States I Kill Mech.I I I. liun __._... ..
there of and
is of Mortgage 1.18
plenty cause great wc.ikimiitf'' your K>'SCIU( and l that said nnn-n.lilvnt' ilnfunilant. Ir.sore .
toy were tre guest of !Mrs.\ Alice Oliver 'lii-l hurs iu.>nta during month. ______. hen ,
'
/ ha
I.
What calamity it would Trust Company of New York says-1: to tl. infections rly' required tn appear to ihu
concern. laying
a i' I I you open iiwroin Hal Miirch 1 I. t'l'r\ : ._ I I.1 IS hili nf .
be for this world to pass through the''i'' company resources in this weekend.K. it tan usually In' ",,,pp"el' at once Mil,," 1.1,111:6' ,.. Monday cnmplalnt. HitICHIi mad In ilay aalil nf rail March.. ,on i, ,\nr. Im..re l I'.

dark ages again. But possibly the ;' Florida for the year ending, June 30, I'I M. Hazcn hns gone to Jacksonville by very simple' treatment Mitt, peoplu flrailfnrd.i. Tnunly.Sl of Florida' "'2rl. ,,,llierwl' ,i, Ida all-knlliina inld hill
where he will spend a few days have found that they can sleep. the f will tin 'laki'il an ronfcMileil hy ladl rlefemlant.
darkest hours are just before the were $121,300,209! increase of P harvbr erti that In. ttiranolnif latemen It I. fitrthnr ordered. ( lhat thla nnlcr hit
L. R. Gainey and son Royce were whole night through undisturbed often af the n..01. and dlabtireraanul. ef th'
iihlUhnl'd
week
dawn. I $63,7l!;5..I03 over the year 1923. I|I uiicv a for four mn.rrulir.
attending to business at Cedar Keyi the first time they try it. funito nf llraitford County fnr tha month of wrncc' : ;III; llm llrailfnril: 1 County Teleuraiih.': a
What is the remedy; many think The doubling of wealth in twelvemonths Tho trrntnu 'la b.i-uil, on n remarkable Frhrunry, llll-'n, U Iriii and, cornet 1., Cite ""wnpaier a puhllalieil In end( (.'.....IV niiil fltata.
that a great revival is imminent. Is not unusual in this l.tate.1 I Thursday. prescription' known Hi II,. KinK's' New Ul.. awl of my knowleiliia. anif ,...1I.r.a. Thi.' hVhrunry II. I02H.
I S. M. !Mott was visiting in Hawthorne ctivervltirCourli: I : : ..Yon ilslpiy' t.ikrnti'rmpomv, W. AI.IIKKMAM.\ O. W. At.PBRMAN
Various groups are predicting such Frequently it doubles in tweh'days. jut al niKhl, b..ru. rctc-mit I" and. hulil it In your (SBAI.) Tlark Cleaiill. Kiilrl, i It riill\ Clerk Circuit Court.

an awakening. The whole world is | '< !Men have found in Florida not 'I Thursday. thrnHt l ir r or 20mTon.l" .ix-ilxlur'HWullowm! llr C. A KNIOIIf, E: 'M JOHNS.ullrltor !!!,
'I without foltowinK' with W.I'e,. Tho prciicrtp I....... C'lwrkTO / far ('..", p'aillant.' S-M.Rt-.l-11
need. This is rich but
coming to recognize the 'only delightful climate 4.uroJrIn
tlabituul
Constipation ..
1i
h. d"uhl > It -
lion II net" "a. not only xmthenluirem --- --- '-- -
as true in the far East as in the I j they have found rich, delightful resources M to 21 I (Hays .* and or oat'ion. hut it '111I,

West. There is a growing sense of i from which bountiful harvests "LAX-FOS VVIlll PEPSIN" is a specially<< andrrmvglhcphlcummil.nnucnllunwhichare | Tell''f1LECRAI'ItIrilnLlt: ; .- e
thu rjn.". t ciima oi. thcc'iu' .'hitiK. The rr fn Circuit Court Kluhth J'idle'a' Circuit.(
the sufficiency of our Lord to rescueus of weatlh annually grow. prepared SyrupTonlc-Laxative for tliibituu1 sultittN'ii i tally sin IIM' ih'Uy! the" very firstnilfht.Iinrl II raftfi.rd County; Situ. of Fl rlda. In :ChanTV r
from the ills of the day. Thereis Citrus fruits during 1924 will prob Constipation. It relievos promptly and I : : :III.;: nlirL::: t oUKh iinilltlutl:; 1 : sac ;ill: tur ptJllt.U% :,. 1101'1 C" .
l
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day ,, W. C. SaundvrH, Complainant
a readiness even outside of the ably exceed 20,000,000 boxes It I is I&< 'vi ry .Ir'. I M i..n 'fn rin-ull Court. Rlnhlh: Jn.llclnl( Cirntilt. V..
I I I to Induce regular! action It Stimulates and 1 h, !'! n': ( i I. f rc'iiwl.. trh'ctrnWs' Ilimffonl, '
15th C. of Ito redo.. In Chnn-
""I1IV. .
Christ is the estimated that the state will sell closeto . la.ulos, Saunifpin. n.r.nIan'hll
ranks to recognize that ; Regulars. Very Pleasant to Take. (JOe hoarn"' 'l-i- I i i "ifn., ir'iiipundnlltlo 1 rrry
(
ft!
everywhere have $100,000,000 worth of citrus fruit I Itvrr ISI' 'ii' nlrI.n' I It 11 ill l.tlI nil "Ian' 1,1, Ptrunu.. Complainant aiutcarlntr !by affidavit apprntal to tha
only hope. People : bottle. I : flIt'll In th,
per opt id i or ?t',ii r I h, ,i n, I (Inn; ,"i f i :i>,noi; :'in il, ahnvvMiatiMl ends' that fotilaalundfra

.. .----- ___ n ____ _____ ___ __ I ton .. 1 'I'H. il f i i . i .. Ii imunlul.' OnVOOIH.AVN I."irtfiii Sir>intr. D..nl.nC' nun.rre1.1.n1, lion of rViidnnt thu Alain tin-rein' named and I. aha.
------ - --- snlcutaltguuddn1.11 l kLrEaISCOYERY It iippi'iirinir by nlfldnvli' niip<*n"liil toha la: n mldnt: of M rlillnn.\ ::: Hr..rluJ"S"; ":. i .
.
hill Ned( in "Inn Htxvt'Hititl l e.ti" that GMhuin
and I. .
.v..r the nu. of .rnly..n. seat. Ilth.rrforr '
Strong, 'thtilt fomlanl tltrrvln named< I In a .
ut, r.Id.nt. of tlm 6Mt. nt KlorLld. unit' the I. n.'r",1' Ih.1 .101 non enld.nt 01.-
-- ,, fenelont ho allli t. hnrrhy r..1' to appear. ,
rued linri In unknown and !I. thft of
Ma FER TH' 3HOUc5 LATrQ. I GOTTA ., over nir" t" thn hili or .nml".ln' ..1I..d In old cause nnear
HE .
FOLKS hIi) lM nty n<* yi* nt It thnrrfun oriir "il that
G1D OEAUTV GARLOR I'M LATE old, I n"i) rtHlth'iit ilrffntlant. h.. end !I. hvmbf 1.rfuro M"".,..,,. I IIIlru tiny ..r March lt '
H6 FIA SUP r.', .i''l' ,In I'KP'iir" ,In tho tilll, <,f .....)|)".''nt ftl.-.l U Mijn. ,11..1.. the. allevallnna of aM bill 1
I rill, IMI Ittlien an rnllfeMi.il by Nnhl, Ififvllilnnt
I'i it i'I.'l f*ii unc on or hvfon Mfinilny. tri. 4th
IN OUR NOW ? ti y ,.,.rI".. -\ "IF lure olh.'rwba lh. Mffirn-- II In, further nriluri'il. that thla order boiilillHhfil
I ,il I. tK, n' Ktii'l, dill will lw lukin urn ennfrwHHj iinei, .n wi ..d for four aqnaiieiitlvoINIIA

t hy hiiiil,, ill. .finiliint.iir I In tin:::: Hrnilfitril County Tatarraph; a
: 1 > I I'' I. fnnl.r |.>r<>t| hut thU r.nl-r be pubik ne i |',ifiii'r pulillMltiHl, 11, Bald: County and {HlaiIbin .-. .
TOWN ;;.Li I l.hruary. Hlh 10811.
Ilrbd' I unr n w.*| fur .1"", C'>nnc.llllV. WVVrUI
/ G. W.
f In the Ilradfunl. fuunty Tringrayh n.min ALDERMAN.
} \\,11.\1, ,, 1LI'i I, I : l>. I.. PhilI I."',I'., pnLll.hrd' 1.1 fuuniy nod' III.ta. (III. nil Clerk Clrault' Court

U\ lip| jpi IIII"d., ., ;, .il, Th"r"a I the "'1'In,. I','iruxy 2"tI.. M20.O. lly C. A. KNill tiT.n."I .
l W BI.DKKMAN.!: : fli-i-l
The gur.,t of, riot"H i. Clerk' rirnilt (''nirt.lly K. M JOHNS.8i .

Flamin ..- Mr,. < harlot Carter spent several C A. Knltfht.Urputy >llclti>r f,r Cnmplalnant. 2.20 l.I.1 i t'i

Age $0 Pops BEEN r/ (jJ a day, list \\ol..k in .Iifkionville the F t F KNIGHT Clerk. ORDER Putt PUBLICATION!'
M'lllrltor fur ComplnlnMnt ;i--lt-5-l(
of nlatiMrs. .
OUT F.ATI4' WITH : 9 (:) guest \ <'" .
tn thus Clrenlt C ,
urt In ami'ounly. for Bradford
A CITY cu-pp 1 D. U. Browning returned home ORDER: FOR Pflll.lCATION Klnrhla' !|In ehane rv.

IN TH' ?OWN from Jacksonville filet week after h iL1.'ro QUIRT TITLE t
II In Clreiill Court. Rlvhlh: Judicial Clrault, Mn. T. E. Un.l.-rhlll. ...
H01EL--- M .
fly : 0 \ ;u pending several days there tho guestof Hradfnrd Co"n.... Htutit of Florida, In Chin v.. ,

? WELL q 1 / relatives. eery. LiHiHn Mttfc. nt nl d mdanta.
ir- rM 'Jot Kmma: Thnmaa. Jolneil. by If. J. Thomas har T'. Ualm r.lltlf. Trip Hakvr sad, Bdwl, '
2J-- Miss I I" hhu' and Marguerite Phil himbnnd. Complainant tfnntnek.
mr of known wirtl*a If Itvln ,
.- ;( :' i lipt 1 wore -1i""pl/l.) | l .;' in Starkp Satur Merlin fii.rmek: n.r. daol.... and If ili-ad m,1! pttrtu-a claim( I nu an lnti'r:t
:
McCuIiough .
u odor' nald kn
?wn panes and
,, rnrk of Ilin
II Hi">r>'>nHni by affldnvlt" appandeil. to thaMM ....ra-iid .
day.Mr "I' nthvrwlNu .
whoau r>.1,1.' lea are <""
Mr! 1 ..f Miami '" II..I I ,In the nbovMlilUil cmmo that Mariln .
a and .1".I'hd'.I'' i ? 1 knnwn> and lea all at. .r unknown pmtinlnlrnlntr "n

lint O'.h'f.nd.nt it the Net of theraln Florida. namnl, nod .lar ,la a a .frlbrd.CftKrrrrNflS.' an Ititrnat In land herd nail. r .)."

DlrD\ I J. /I'ti 'M! L I ,1, ? f Slit.of l lib I... 90 Center "rent. ofIK .
.
I, .. < t ii ".f Ynunifiitown and \C. .yr lh : You and ..h of you am h"r"
I t a"
I ILiNDY -- -- -- -- ,..f ''w, .,.'y.nr, yvara : It la thenf,,,. offilal" bv miulrvd' w l h. and .pPO" 1 1. fo.? tl.?. I
,'I I ,,. I ,idvnt Jailor of the circuit C.. ,.t, f r II.. tauh:' eh
deftfiulnnt ha
LA T ni nn.r.+ and l la
CHAUce !! .
I I. r 'ly r.iiilrd Ui appear to 'the hill nt cam Judicial Cfrrult i.f f "IIM Idn' nod, fur Intl, 9
LINOV -a sea To GeT .Irk tr/g c'r J I nut fi'. il I m ald can*. on or b.r.... Mon ford. County upon I II" -I I tli dY. I Apr''. t
t -.- Clkur I .1." !I. ni. .1.) Y of April. A. D toss other.ui. n. IVZH at th. Court llou.n in .nd,, ,' soar' n
I"jtt'IQN.'Oei' Jr : .. Start- rl!.rlda tu I'.illfthll'lUd '" ,
u' i ;:3 ** tti', "ullHnllona. nald bill will ba I.k..n n vn-r u I 'amp' '.1
DRA<"<.N&. f 1n JCANEOUNLDR,6EO.L.DICKEASON urt n'.-....1 hy rand daftndant. I aaaln' you tn .old .? 'b, 'ml ,
Loun c.oNT &T V ( 1 H,: I\In furth-r ordarol that thu order l>a pub T. 10:. rjndvrhlll. IIbr L'nd' '" J. ,Pa,Y
''w luii'l 1 .ncr if wveli for four conaaautlva w. s.rm.nten Berry. I'armv.it-r. .J I \I fn i'r I -
ODE'/ TO ALL 16r.F.. "'-: '1-16'" I 'ICTAL| ""0 HIVIC 4PICIAIHTI 1 In tie Itrailfuril County Talewraph. a nawapai.or hill Drllltf Undi'rhlll./ All. n L'< '. r1 II. Ml I Im.

I-lC 6lG .. M ....( ..IOCMfMVlMV ., |.ihll.N..I, ,In nalil' County and DUta. I I'ncUrhltl. MM flatter. D., ?. l It, J. .
A' r IS-_ PRIZES "III fLDQIOA, TliT. February 2Hth. 1026. River. AU UndarMH. M ? I the .i I
1 v, Q. W. Ktor-nrP (Jndwrhlll. ,
ALDERMAN.
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7 : / 7u9T O7A54 A P.CTUWEOLO Oc CUrk Clrault Court.Hy Th. flradfuril, County. 1'.1.l 'v i nrwNpHLMtr h wuMyllrailr

r PCP". IN THIS STRIP: To Stop n Cough Quick C. A. KNIGHT publ,.hod In hinCounty. I Iil
.7 it 7' / At O:: M KE HI IM LAUerS Deputy Clark, Florida. ,U hereby. d..I.l! ,I in U> .ib.r

y IS... !:IrA!. "HAQD. DpAVVAMD ''NI. take IIA YIS IIFALIMi HONEY n D F.. KNIOHT. n*>w.oat>i'r In :which thin notnll fill",

< .,. I tV '_. ''O'f GQArt / couub rin'In'" 'ni' wln'li '.taps! i> the rough by "Sullener for Complainant 1.At4 y 'p'd for wlirht rnMautv4! ,: '
1 1". land d..e.I..1. .'' ,,,
.- ( | In the I 'iimt, 'nhitlOIJIfllt
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V /Vi VO heallntt : tliuues.
In
-U MAHTKR'S'' !ALB thla' ""... th. title to ol.I i iIMI I t ilanta
55 :PA.en'I"D L... ,trrab: TO TMI& A "br.t of OKDVKS; O-l'hN-TRATE!: nulftcd. atraln-it, the earn,. I i illvlnic ,J
HOT LATE Mf tc( /* hereby irlvrn that und. and and any and all > tins I Iil.
J r byvirtu pf'lntra nn
SALVE: for Ch. ,t (:.dd/ .. Head lulls and .: : ; .
THAN MARCH ( *- of that certain Final D*,rM of forv- .t thnmiih or .ondi r t i, ?;.' no ,|
,__13 tri Croup it rml'i.id I with every bottle of .,'.. .... made and n n-ndnt on Marsh SnU. A. or othi rwfa an folton *> e S rl>i

I ) : : jrooces( POJ. MI6ERCAT, : IIAYfS' llr. MIM., ; HO KY. The salve I> ID28.( hy Hon A V.I..,nir. Judiiv of th. C... Emit nuartwr of th*> Nil' > ..f |..f
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.V r C'O.-t..T ARB S hould, be mM!. d on Cite. fh'iit and throat euit Court. \b and l for IlmdfonJ: (%*unir Plo ton Twrnty-al ,i : 'r 1 ,, :., .g ',l'IItnnge I
Mm, 1 In that **rt ln emi' whfiln I A. K. Dunhum TwnntPtn I ,< I ,Ian "N I I'I. -
I I 1. BuD FIs..tr;a ,....."'" o. of children sufferinti!! from a Gobi or Croup. la asnol.tmmnt> and B.: D. Card and Jn-U I..CItuaud. un.l' i" ,"",- i I. !g: i i l "ur'Y,
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MNr 'wo JRaJp1N Th. Hesllnef6'rr of H.v- H..lln lloiwr In- tie f.. Card t ar. dfnn<.Jant4, the tin.I.niliin.dM Florida.WITNFflH.
e IEHNEO Ih* host ronit I I lr.il whit the 4rnllne rtfm of Hpiliit 1 Mob-r. will ell fur ...h to th* MY. U,.:.U A.N.J ..t,?l. nf .n'" I
\ ..,...4 e'G. rwe e u Vn Tret Silvi, trough th1 pori of hfkfhmt'' and l loot "..'.I.r. In front of th. Co'trt. this/ *h. 6th day of FVtru.iry, A. l U I .1.
ere R w <__ h** akin wiLn rte",. ri i <,ui.li .nA1..a.e. ,il'iorn\ Sl Count 'i W nF.RM\ '.
'..'6ATTE'wFIELO.r..1' Bah '**fit I:.. nri* I.?.it.'l. In 'M carton end lhrr. FL.rl'U, ') on Monday, the Ath, la/ of April I, Hult Clerk Clroult ,'' ,r'
.'c of 'Ih'I iiinl.lii.'l. tr<.ulni.-i ut In J.V A 1 f' 1'fatf during, the Itir.l houm of ant.. liy c. A KSMIIDi ; '
far thi purp" of piitfafylriif ..+d Anal ,,1_ ( ',
Just ink druggist! fur HAYES'HLALINO P'lty'
.r..1'J your rrif>. 'hit ffillowlntr 0* i'riU' <| rut ..I.( twl t>- ,.'r nVI GRKRN: and u A C.RKKN,
J : IIONfcY nit .n'l,I IHlnll in Hra-lf..r-l "randy ri'>rI> illmt.n for CrtmtiUinant.' 2-6'r 11 5c 1tl








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f>.UE FUUR BRADFORD COUN1Y TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY MARCH 13. 192:
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-- ---- I with a dinner party at the home of iDire; 11.J.. Johns Saturday afternoon. I I here the guest of her father, f G. W. liams.

her daughter\ Mrs. W. L. IJugg! Mar. A box supper was given at the Barker. Mrs. J. A. Starling visited relativein -
i, 1 i.a.l'r' -' Irth, 1U' 5. Those present wen: A. H. school building last Saturday night. I: Mrs. II. T. Boggs and Mils Hazel Starke Saturday and !Sunday;
land[ H. H. Hall Sirs. T. J. Durden, The boxes were auctioned off by
of Calhoun S. C. arrived Sun- ---
Boggs, ,
iei Mr:a. W. L. Itugg, and Mrs. If. il 1'1I Gainesville-- The Florida
4aJfr + I Alus- ,I Justice of the Peace E. A. Sapp. The day for a visit with Mr. and Mrs R. State
'
] sey, of Cary, Miss. ,: supper was given for the benefit of Boggs. Fireman's Association will convenehere
In the afternoon the guest ware delightfully seating the Long Bridge Christian I
entertained with sweet church collection which $29.00. I' Mrs. W. M. Wimberly of Waldo, and March 11, for its second! annual
was
Nelson Green of Starke vis-! meeting, with an attendance of around
music. The honoree received were j t
many ; Quite a crowd attended, among those
J t : i t E "1m...'"" 29 unci I 109) btauiful and useful presents. who attended wore Mr. Raiford Par- { tors here Sunday. 100 delegates. _

,i -, -- .-- u--_--._.. Miss Elsie Jpurkmun, of Brand- I nell, Willie Johns and son, L. J., of 1 I III i, :Mrs. ft.: S. Carpenter, Miss Lucille SEED PEANUTSN.

I. I Dr, mil i Mr. U. W. Brown .were ford i ill tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. I Jacksonville. Misses Onie Rivers und Holmes and G. II. Barker motored ;],
1 t''! 20'1'11 .( EN'1'1'R1'I vi'lt..r- tu Jacksonville Wednesday I U. ICoper.Ir. II lAlphle Hodge of Starke and others. I I out from South Jacksonville and spent';] C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea-
; ARID E Cl.rilMr. > and Mrs. D. W. Saturday here with friends. i iD. '
Moore
I I .--.-- have Mr.\ Reddish Andrews and Law- nuts $1.00 per bushel .(Four cents
G \I mid( :Mrs.< 1. :\Mitchell: enter Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke, jus returned from a tour in South rence Wiggins returned to Starke'''! D. Williams and Harry Ewing per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla.

,: a tamed the iUth! Century Bridge Cluli I win in town Saturday afternoon. Florida.) They report u pleuaant! Sunday afternoon and were accompanied nt Jacksonville arrived :Monday for a I H. T. HALL COMPANY.
trip. by Mr.' Everett Renfroe and week's visit with Mrs Ida D. Wil Lowell Fla.
y i' 4 and several friends Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs J. E. Goodfellow and : l-0-tf4 ,
Brother E.: S. '
J at their attractive home on W, Tuylor pastor of the .Guy Andrew. ..
of Lakeland spent Saturday --
i Madison at children : first! Christian church here filled his Mrs. Lacy Johns and little daughter | -

pl I A profusion of red verbenas wea. I and Sunday here with- friend, regular appointment at McIntosh last Essie,, attended church here Sun- .

J : used for decorations, and on each ref f I Mrs. T. J. Terry and daughter, {, Sunday morning and evening. day. i
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the seven bridge tables were placeddishes I Miss Joyce, visited relatives in Starke i Mrs Ethel McClosky and daughters/ 1 Rev. Proctor of the Baptist: church J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
I 1,1'i I of candled pecans. Saturday. I Amada and Missouri, visited friends 'was absent Sunday, his regular day. '
At the close of several rubbers of and relatives here last Saturday and i On Feb. 27, a party was given at
"I' 'I' bridge It was found that Mrs. O. L. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Swartz and Mrs. Sunday. | the home of Mr. Pledger and Mr. I l

Beasley and II. II. Young\ had made t I A. M. Blanchard were visitors to Melrose 'I',, L. H. Bedenbaugh has as his! guest 1 Emery Johns. Quite a large crowd'' INSURANCEAGENCY

; j top scores,, and as prizes, Mrs. lieas- Sunday. | this week, his son-in-law, C. B. attended and reported a nice time. I
ley was given a vanity case and Mr. I Bryant, of Ft. Myers. On Easter Sunday April 12 there'
j I Young a safety razor. Mr. and Mr. Charlie Paxton of the Jacksonville speaker \ at, Air and Mrs. C. A. Carver of Jacksonville I will be an Easter egg hunt at the ) ESTABLISHED 1886
announced
O. M. Inman each made low and re- was as are the guests of Airs. Car. home of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Renfroe.j .
,
Grace M. E.. church Sunday morningbut ver's cousin, Mrs. J. F. a''
f. celvod consolation prUes. I Johnson. j Everybody come and lets have
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I
I the train being late FLA.
owing to j STARKE
; The hostess served a tempting Ice I' Mr. P. E. Griffin and cousin, Miss\' grand time. I I
,\II course of cake and brick cream topped he did get here in time to fill his ap- lErmu Johns,, visited Miss John's aunt, |I" Mrs. P. S. Williams who has been

1 I with strawberries and whipped| pointment. ; ; I Miss Lola Reddish of Jacksonville last '<.et, the home of her daughter, Mrs. I

!, cream. I' II. L. Drownle"fStarke; was trans- Sunday., I I S. L. Crews for some time is now able -- "
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J The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. O. acting business in town Thursday. Mrs. Hester Jones has as her guests to return to her home in Union counjty. '

I 1.J// L. Beasley, Mr. and, Mrs. N. Stern- this week, her grandson Oscar Dyal .
6 berg, Mr. and, Mrs. F. F. Stump, Dr. '' Mrs. J. W. Aubrey of LaGrange, and family, of Jacksonville. | Little Pliney Junior Crews, son of We can charge O

,I : and Mrs. E. L. Bigga, Miss Mable i Ga., joined Mr. Aubrey here Thurs- Rev. Hicks of Waldo, filled, his | Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Crews, has been your
k"1, Si fH Weller, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peck, J. J., day. Mr. Mr. Aubrey is one of the regular appointment at the First ion the sick list but we are glad thati YES

/ Truby, Mr. and Mrs. E. S.Matthews,, I IMrs. operators at the S. A. L. depot. Baptist church hero last Sunday i he improving fast. Storage Battery In I U 111W.Smith's I

H I ;' Marcus F. Brown, of Tampa; I IMrs. Robert Dinkins of Jacksonville, morning! and evening. The subject FIVE MILE
i I
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,' Vivian Sanders, Mrs. J. C. used
Ramp-
at the morning service
l ; was a week-end visitor at the home of was, ,
{ ley, of Avon Park; Mrs. Malpun. MI8sJ'i his Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Din- "Lonliness of a Soul." The subject Five Mile, Mar. 12.-O. D. Fair- Starke
1 Alico Thnrin, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. kins.parents for the evening service was "Love j'cloth and son, Leroy, of Lake Butler,
Knight, Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Young,, t in Search of a Soul." [( spent Wednesday afternoon here, Garage pia.

f J'i, Mr. and Mrs E.i M. Davis.r" I I Mrs. A. A. Smith and Mrs. Cath- I Rev. E. S. Taylor will preach at the I guests of Mr. and !Mrs. P. P. Dekle.

i FRIDAY' AFTERNOON- -- erine Tearle were vsitors to Starke Christian church next Sunday morning I Mrs. Addle Blume and Miss Josephine -

r" :, KRIDGE CLUB i Friday. I i and evening. I Blume have returned from ,,
.' I' li. E. Burke and family of Waldo, 1| Plant City. Being experienced packers -
r Mrs.! J. J. McLcod of Jacksonville,
Mrs. J. L. Peek delightfully entertained were business visitors here $25 WILL BE AWARDEDas
is spending a few weeks hero at the I last they were able to add( considerably -
I the Friday Afternoon Bridge Tuesday. to their bank
account during the
I j t Club at the Woman's Club house. J.home Terry.J. of.her parents, Mr. and Mts. T. On Friday" evening, !March 6th at t berry season. a prize for the largest grapefruit arriving before March 11, at

+: .. The library was attractively deco the city hall, a general chicken sup- :Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Proctor of
x rated with red geraniums and ferns E. Kelley, who is teaching schoolIn per was given under the auspices of Starke were week-end guests of Mr. Jacksonville Progress ExpositionOpens j

,I ,, and the card tables were placed in Washington county was a week-end II i\ the ladies of the Christian church. I!['! and Mrs. P. P. Dekle. ( March 6th-Closes March 14)) !

this spacious room. visitor nt the home of Mr. and Mrs I This proved to a most enoyable af-I I Miss Mae Duke of Florence S. C.,
i Miss Alice Tharln made and fair, and the 1 Annual Auto Show Industrial Exposition
high Penny Dinkins. Mrs. Kelley who has I pileau and baked chicken is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
was presented with a set of bridge been spending several weeks herewith j 1 suppers were in great demand. This 1 B. L. Duke.W. Mercantile Exhibit Civic Exhibition
t score pads, talleys and hell. Miss him I is the second of a series of '
her
parents, accompanied j jI suppers II. Dowling has to Day-
# I gone Under The Largest Tent South of The Ohio
Mable Wellor made low and was consoled back to his school. under the able management of the tona to visit his son, Jesse Dowling.

) ( with u cold l cream jar. 1|I 'ladles of the Christian church, and | Mr. and Mrs.\ T. I). Proctor, Mr. and .
1 ., The hosteess served, delicious chic- Capt. S. A. Bryan of Baldwin, wasa has served to increase the church fie Mrs. 1'. P. Dukle motored to Worthington .

ken salad, Haltines hot tea'.and coffee. visitor to Lawtey_Sunday. nances. One of the most important : Sunday afternoon. .-.J"
I The guests included Mesdameg O.i i J,I features at the supper was, "The ) T.
t[ '' Mrs. M. E. Edwards of Starko; was: L. Drawdy gave a pinder shelling -
I* Haynes, I. Wyman E. L. Bik'KS, J. Princess Spagetti Cordovan, True Saturday evening.Mrs. .
I.f M: Mitchell Edward, !Hums, O. L. in town on business Tuesday. I Teller of Fortunes." This role was I I Lillian Dekle and children at-

Bcailey, 1;. M. Johns N. Rternbertr, F. most ingeniously carried out '
Mrs. Frank Morgan was a visitor by Miss ,| tended the Rose Gillian show at Lake
L. Turner C. M. Inman, Misses Alice to Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. I Emma Johnson. Among the out-of- Butler Friday" evening. r ,
I I- Tharln and Mahle Weller. I town guests were: :Mr. and !Mrs. Nat I I Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johnson motored p /p r QwiaraUa. wM
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i M. F. Brown of Tampa, was !Stcrnberg; and family, Mr. .and Mrs. to Lake Butler Saturday.
Jlonm( IMHTYATKINRSLEY the Friday of Dr. and Mrs. G. G. M. Inman
guest of Starke and Miss A.
L.
tl I LAKE Green and family, Albert Sur-
W. Brown. Daisy
Moore of Theressa.
/
rency, Mr. and Mrs. James Parrish
i '' "Kelly Kottaiee" at Kinsley lake' Robert Moore came home from Jack- contributed We thank you, to all who so kindly of Brooker visited relatives here Sun o x

was the scene of delightful house sonville and spent Sunday with his to the co-operation and
day.Mr.
I l\1+ party of young folks from Jacksonville parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II.[ Moore. city success hall.of the chicken supper at the and Mrs. Steve Brannen of/ frjI74THOMAS cJfFFERSON18kGp :
We
i/I last week end.( Dancing) booting thanks;' extend our grateful Lake Butler spent the week-end here
j r swimming and,) hiking through l 1i i 1-Miss Mable Edwards: of Starke, especially do we appreciate guests of her mother, Mrs. '
the beautiful woods was enjoyed ball r ,' was a visitor here Thursday. I the true feeling of cordiality and fel- Duke Barbara' p c:, Jefferson Gave

A weiner nnd marshmellow roast lowship which is so essential in such I !airs Lillian Dekle had as guests'' 4
it)i''lo- was the important event Saturday J. L. Harrcll was a business visitor a cause. Monday: Mrs. N. H. Stokes Mrs ; f'

r evening This aflTnlr was very enjoyable to MelroHe -Friday. I I The Most irrntefullv.' Herbert Clyatt I and :Miss Virginia/ Mil Us Our Currency
ladies
I and every one haXd a dandy J. T. Moore and son, J. T. Jr., were Golden of the Christian church ler of Miller, Mrs. L. G ,Johnson Misses \ l

I t time.! visitors to Jacksonville Wednesday. I I A delightful Wedding Ethel Andrews and Essie Johnson :: k. i iI

I 1 I! Among the young IIIIKH h were: 111"'r ,,- oration affair was, the cele, I It was President Thomas Jefferson who \
.s LolA (Cleveland; Ruth Washburn I Shepman Sapp and Elisha Rosier of Mr. and !Mrs: David Jones'' i The infant daughter of Mr. and t Il
\ Ii Floorenoe Edwards, Etta: Poor, Lois came home from Jacksonville and[ I golden wedding at their beautiful 1 Mrs Dock Parrish died !Monday. The proposed our present system of dollars

I r Tlrpons and Margaret Pomeroy. spent Sunday with their families. I I i !farm March home was last Wednesday,,,, interment was at Elzy's cemetery, dimes and cents. lie was a firm sup'

Maces Hatten Howard Jimmie No 4th. The large dining, table i Tuesday. f porter of banks and banking.
I. Last week about 17,000 quarts of f was artistically decorated
lan Jumps M. Warren Jr., William with yellow !l -
r t'' Adams !Harry D. Minion, Jr., Ralphs strawberries were shipped from Law with roses, the cloth of gold, and centered HIGHLAND I Consene your coins, place them In bank
' Some sold here a beautiful
tey. Saturday at "golden
lyle anti !Milton Edwards. : wedding coke | Highland, March 12. and they'll soon mount
G. II. up.
,$9.00 per crate, and an average of | Refreshments were served consist Bar
The party win chaperoned by> !Mr. about $7.tiO per crate. Monday of! ing of brick ice cream, and ker of Jacksonville, visited friends
i and Mrs.: James M. Warren and. Mrs. this week the first refrigerator car 'golf cake. The guests delicious here Friday. A bank account Is a distinct anchor to

George M. Edwards.. Sunday afternoon 'lof the season was loaded. If the, medaitc relatives of Mr.were and only Sire im- | Mr. and Mrs\ R. Boggs and son, windward.If .

"1 the party was joined by Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Minium. The trip from last of the week will be largely 'children Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen and Saturday. you have an account, add to It. -

Jacksonville was made in uuto 1oblll's. increased. Monday be lea were sold and children, Mr. and !Mrs. D. W., J Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dinkins of Law-

W. C. T. U. SOCIAL for $\1.00 to $10 I per cite. Moore, of Theressa; Mr. and Mrs. W. i tey were visitors here Sunday. If you haven't, start one today.
1 I -- S. Futch, Mrs W. M. Jones | Mrs. Burton Carruthers and baby
The local W. C. T. U., held their Mrs Irene Baker and Elaine Rod- : W. L. Bugg. They were and Mrs of West Jacksonville, spent Sunday .
i annual dues en of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here with presented 1
paying social Tuesday many useful and valuable I'I
li afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. Z. j with their parents Otis Rodcn. ents. pros- I ..............i.f" i. "'f+ j"

Adklns. on North Walnut st. I Geo. F. Young was attending busi- I I -N'EW I Bradford County BankBradford
A of RIVER; I II
variety spring flowers in wall i 1.leAIi in Starke !Monday.Mr. Sleep in Comfort I IHOI10
vanes and bowls were used for decorating I New River March" County's
12. ; Financial Stronghold
rd the attractive rooms, and potted and Mrs. L. II. Hill and son, [[ Thomas of Maxville -Mr. J. J. I !(
C.
I KIDNEY) Established
plants were used in the sun part and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burncy and of Starko and Calhoun j AND BLADDER 1889 STARKE, FLA.

lor.- 'children motored to Baldwin Sun. pa were among the \IcKlnneY'I'j REMEDY
.' MM prosiuent, Mrs. day afternoon. 1.fe.k' 1- --
Arthur Wood, Renfroe -
'f ," t WAS master of ceremonies and .__ I Sunday Durham of Winnfleld, La., .
opened Miss
the MIDWAY O'June Adkins has hn.n nn_.. writes: "I was affected with bladder I ,
program by announcing the nn
song I I I the sick list this past week. trouble and l took a few bottles I
"Florida" We hope of Hobo J
My State
Adkins/ with Mrs. A. Z. Mr.\ and 1 Mrs. W. N. Stokes of Miller ( she will soon recover. I'[ Kidney and Bladder Remedy anI''

E. Edwards piano offered accompanist Mrs. M. were at church hero Sunday. I,'I Mr. Howard Thomas of :Maxville, was relieved! l If you are bothered I i

Wood made address a prayer and !Mrs.\ I Mrs. R. C. Crawford of Plant City nroutet here Saturday at night with your kidneys. get a i.

''i matters concerning an the touching union. on I in I visiting! her son, Harrison Craw e> toOcola, hereshe Is reliev I) treatment of Hobo Kidney and Hind '
, In ing the section der
foreman. Remedy I
I today from
memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Grace ford.Mr. ;! your neighborhood
Jeff Comor' of Stuart returned I i Mrs. Joe Dowling of Jacksonville druggist.
who diet! the first day of this Ford'j I is j
home visiting
, the to spend the summer. i her parents, Mr. and Mre.f \ '
members of the local union | W. T. Turner. HOBO MEDICINE COMPANY /: i
i "Nearer My Cod to Thee.". Mr. and Mrs. Clenton Pearce oNew / '
. I :\Ir I
W. T.
River Turner and
here I I
were Sunday visiting granddaugh Beaumont
Papers Texas
were read 'on the following
ter
little
ubects: I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ed- Miss Hazel has returned I "

Health Decalogue+ Miss Olio Ray. enfield., 1 I Roy home in after Sunmer.u short visit to her son. .. .. .. .. .i... ...+!.;.!. ;'" THE Japanese do many
/r
Spigot, Bigot-Mrs. J. W. White. Tinpeople here are getting ready j. .OL I l ::.: ;'"
I I A to plant There will be several acres i >ir. l.awren'oVJflrlns and :Mr. I 1. -. well, but in a
Woman's .
Place Mrs. .1
R. F. Clark. Reddish Andrews .e* *>.r+t+t..t+** )

I Starnes.Beauty Department-Mrs.! C. F. !, of section truck this nnd year.cotton planted in this j,' high school in Sta who rke.are spent attending the'!'i | PECAN TREES AT .1. !.1I fa!. iAt,; -:-r.:.. .:;:: way that is distinctivelytheir

I week-end here with their own, and this is
I education !Mr. and Mrs.' J. W. parents.
Lewis and I
fam-
concerning the drug habt I I I
I -Mrs. Wood. I ily of Brooker spent tho weekend i B.Among F. Rrnfroe the guests of Mr. and 1\II'S'j j,11, ;: REDUCED PRICES |! true of baking as of other things. But the Japanese -

i. Anneal dues to the amount of 25. at the home of Mr..and Mrs. J. O. Thomas Sunday were: women could not
C. produce
' (o were paid to the treasurer !Mrs. R. Dennison.Mr. I Mr.' M. :McKinney, r, Berry I ... High class budded, and grsft- I
, k F. Clark. and Mrs. S. B. Dennison and I' Mrs.and J. :Mr: R. J. Turner,, Mr. and I I ed pecan trees fine stock best i I

During the social period a dainty family' of Hampton spent Saturday I: !\ Everett B. Crews Renfroe and J. D. Renfroe. "ari..tl..11Iz: Curt is. Succcm, "'I i! Pies
and
i; ,, ice course was served by Dire' C. A. night at his sister's, Mrs. J. I. Wet of Mr. Reddish and Guy was the guest I'I IIr. Money Maker, Ilimsel. Randal Cakesthat

t. Futeh. MM. II. M. Snyder, Miss ters. Sunday.Among. Andrews President and :Schiey. Can plant YI,|
i Mable Edwards and Miss Carrie Ug- Mr. and Mrs.! Jessie Cole of Lake I the I uu, to March I f th. !Trices in 23 :;
,. 1 ,. low. City spent Sunday here. Sunday afternoon truest to New River I I :t: tree lots or more :2 to 3 ft. 23 :; would suit the taste of the people of this

,. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Dennison and Mr Joe Moody were ns follows : cents 3 to J ft. 33 cents, 4 to :3 '.. community as ours do. They
Emery are considered
-. / LAWTEYLawtey. family of Hope Hall, spent Saturday Adkin... Clarence) Johns Gerald I :; ft. 4J cent.. .". to 7 ft. SO cent, essential
Adkins C. T features
,Ie. March 13.: night with his sister, Mrs. J. I. Wat- C. M. McKinney J. Thomas 7 to 9 ft. 60 cents 9 ft. and up of appetizing lunches or din.
Mr. Mrs. B.
U. D. Miner of Stark-, were and guests t ters. and wa dinner !guest vith! his C. Berry: Everett, Renfroo F., GuyAn Renfroe, *!! 90 for cents.the We are timing out .:; ners in the majority of the homes of this town.
brother. J. O. Dennison. -* dr" ,, season come early andget I
Sunday > Guy
afternoon at the !home of E. Smith of South Florida. the best.
J. R bertR. Mr. Perry People of Little Sbrings < Mr. Noman Hampsire Wiggins i Quality/ and cleanliness are the twin mottoes

\f :- was" at-church- here Sunday. i a visitor to Waldo last Saturday. was | E. E. STOKES & SON jCampIIIL" : of this bakery at all times.
<: Deputy Sheriff V. R. Reddish and Mrs. n. F. Renfroe has been .
,I ; Constable J. H. HAMPTON ,for sick j/
T.owery were transacting two weeks but /I INit
I we are glad to>> :. Fla.
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MARCH 13, 1925. p BRADFORD COUNT1 TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA

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Mrs. rotary N. Bradshaw and Miss not fairly test the valuo of the or- 1 ories-:Memories of brides-memories I help the distressed. I show mercy

1 Ulanee Oobb, Wednesday for several ':' dinaiu e which they no grossly neg- j of mothers-memories of boys and bestow kindness, and offer n friendly
I weeks visit in South Florida. Iect. :So you may have more, and I, irls-memories of the angels as they hand.I .
Bit of Local I They will visit Tampa, Lakeland, more, and more, everything that i ii I II walk in the shadows am good folio whip, friendliness
!:;] :Palm Beach and other points on the i I Christ has! instituted aim' ordained, t I nm Messed. with loving thoughts nnd love.
I I I i East Coast, before returning to esper'ally more and more of Himself |
I \ crowned by happy hands And hearts.In Sometime-some day in the near ur
information Starke. j Viand the more you have, the more 1
I, the minds of the greatest men of far future, you will yearn for the
: freshness there will be. heart I find constant touch of my friendly hand.
dwelling
I n plare.I
W. S. and l Elliot: M. Yel- Mr.\ ,
f fI Yelvington i I Spurgeon was tho greatesti I comforter and best
Concerning Our People Business and safeguard man through all his am your your
'\ I vington, of Hastings, wore visitors l I i Baptist preacher that England even I II paths. friend.
Progres of the County and Town. of Gardiner Sun- ced.
I I i at the home Judge prods : I lift up tho fallen. I strengthen I am in calling you now.I .
1 ,i day. These gentlemen are potato | Bible study at lOa. m. Surmonettei II tho weak. AM: THE CHURCH.
I .., i growers and report prospects are very i I following the Communion at 11 a. ...
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---- I encouraging as to both yield and Subject, "Does the Church Pay? m'l
R. R. Thede, of Luwtey, was a visitor Mr. W. J. Eppeison spent Mondayand I price this year. I --_- ._ -
to Starke Wednesday.J. Tuesday in Lawtey with her l\IEl'IIODlS'r I Ii I
I GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
line
daughter, Mrs. Geo. A. Anderson. Ask to see the marvelous i The standard training school has i
Corsets nnd brassieres -I
of Gossurd;
L. Peck went Thursday to New Jackson-I Ii !
'been in session this week in
& RITCHKKPHKSEM
Smyrna on a business trip. I Mrs. M. I,'. Brown, who has been nt. Stump's.Mr. i villo at the First Methodist church,
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I I, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. : and Mrs.! J. M. Alvarez, Mr. and and Starke sent tho following delegates I : TilE ItKSF I.E.MMNtiIXSrilANCK : ;
E. R.Neff, of Miami, was a busi- S. Matthews, returned Thursday to '' : : (COMPANIES. FIItI':.
!Mrs. Jack !Murdon, of Jacksonville, : : : Rev. C. F. Stamen E. K. PorTymnn -
ness visitor to Starke the first of the her home in Tampa_ I, MUM Aileen Alvarez and Billy Gra- and !Mrs.\ L. A. Oavls. Next j: ACCIDENT.:: I.IFE..IIITOMO1i11.E. .: () ;;,

week. I I -- ham motored to Live Oak SundayInnrl j Sunday morning there will be reports BONDS) LIAliu.rrt'ADJUSTMENTS
Mr. and !Mrs. Bob Demorest left were accompanied homo by Sirs.l l from tho delegates telling of MADE PROMPTLY
Chickens wanted. J. F. Kickliter.Mr. town this week, Mrs. Demorest going Ralph Rhodes and little son, Ralph, ,j this splendid meeting. i

( to Americus, Ga., to visit her parents .Ir., of Tallahassee. j! Last Sunday evening at 7:30: there
[ Malpas and son, Ililliard, trav- and :Mr. Demorest going to Virginia. | was n missionary program led by I
elling salesman, spent the weekend I Mr. and; Mrs. W. J. Epperson' had j| Mrs. E. M. Johns, with music under aa .ry I

at home. I New line of sport; silks and as guests Sunday the following party i the direction of Mrs. Adkins. After
I crepes also tub bilks at Stump's,: : Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Epperson, Mr. !i the devotional service the following I
Mrs. D. E. Knight Is spending several -I nnd 1\In. Jack Donald, of Lake Butler; I[' program; was carried out: You can save

days in Lake Butler visiting Mrs.J. I! Last Sunday evening at the Episcopal I Mr. and Mrs. Foster Eddy, and little; Violin solo, The Largo-Powell Car
E. Maines. church, Bishop Juhan confirmed daughter, :Misses Catherine Epperson -I penter. Hundreds.oDollars

I Hugh M. Turner, of Waldo, Miss and Bessie Sealey, of Alachua; I Vocal solo-Miss Florence Mat ,
Miss Fannie Shaw, of Jacksonville, SaruA. Malpas and Merrill C. Futch. Mrs. Geo. A. Anderson, of Lawtey; thews.

was a guest Wednesday and Tursday I II. P. Knight, of Madison; and Miss I Speakers from the following countries new )Michelin
of Miss 'Olive Ray. I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Balsden spent Iris Epperson, of Tallahassee : India, Mrs M. E. Edwards; .. Wchelie'ethc will revolt, I
the latter part of last week with I China Miss Carolyn Fripp; Africa,
I BRYAN GOES TO ATLANTAGoes thnizeallrttotoring. Twice at
The latest in spring styles at relatives and friends in St. Augus- I Miss Kate Struth; Phillipines, S. E.
Marguerite's Shoppe. tine. They motored through and report Back Into Insurance BusinessAs Ritch Indian Man, O. W. White. big as ordinary tires, inflated

I a pleasant trip. State Agent for GeorgiaJ. 1 I Song, Tho Kingdom is Coming- to less than half thc pressure,

Miss Ruby Mae Poppell left last Congregation. it cushions cars so perfectly Ii. ,
week for Mims, where she Is employed Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, :Misses P. Bryan, former general agent! 1 A Profl.'ssor-S. S. Dowling. will save you hundreds of dollars
Alice Tharin, Lucille Mitchell and[ for northwest Alabama for the Reliance
in the public school.N. A Scientist-Mrs. J. II. Ritch. in car upkeep anlhlcl'rcd-
Elizabeth Andrews motored to Madison Life Insurance Company, and A Doctor-Rev. C. F. SUrnos.

D. Wainwright; tax assessor, at- I Sunday and were guests of Mrs. former state agent for the Alabama Just a Woman-Miss Grace Wood. adon. It fits present rims and
tended the meeting;: of state tax as- Will Davis-! and Mrs. E. Burritt. National Life Insurance Company, has Another AVoman-Mrs. T. J. Srilfln. costs about the same as
sessors in Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. been appointed state agent for Georgia The Poor-Miss Fleorencc Mat ordinary tires. \Villyoueontet
The missionary circle of the Bap- : for the Gem City Life Insurance thews. to sec it lSmUll's

and Mrs. M. C. Stith of Jacksonville tist church will meet next Monday, | Company, of Dayton, Ohio. Mr. Bryan ,Offering, for the Centenary fund. t
spent the week-end( with her afternoon at three o'clock, at the !I has been receiving many congratulations Song-From Greenland's Icy Mountains. -
Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Drown- home of !Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. All ladies upon being connected with the Carve
,
parents
l his
I Rife insurance business, and
I of the church urged to be pres- BenedictIon.
lee. he will achieve
friends that
ent. '' predict I Ilev C. V. Stamen preached last SrAKKE. .'L.\.
marked in Georgia for the
a success
Sunray morning on the subject of the
straw
You can find that new I
he Is
lid at Sternberg's. New line of Shoes on display' company with which now con- Centenary, basing his sermon particularly -
I nected. The statement Is made that
<
at Sternberg's.Mrs. on Matt. 28lh: 19!',; "Go ye
this achieved the largest
Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. J. M. II company of growth of life in- therefore and teach all nations bap
l percentage any
Mitchell and Mrs. J. L. Peek motoredto j I W. S. Yelvington and son, surance in the country. Its,. tising them in tho name of the Father
Pulntku Thursday and spent the 1 Billie G., of Hustings, returned home I lis represented company in Alabama by H. A.Longshore and the Son and the Holy Ghost."
I I I Wednesday after spending several Also John 3:10.: The subject of this
day. ; state agent, with offices
days visiting Mrs. Yelvington's excellent missionary sermon was,
i parents -
Col. and Mrs.; J. L. Frnzce;; have returned 'I Judge and !Mrs. Geo. A. Gar- in Birmingham. Mr. Bryan will make "Arguments for sending; the Gospel
I his In Atlanta, to which
'I headquarters "
home after spending two diner.W -to the Heathen. Towards the clone
weeks in Jacksonvile and Pablo place he and his wife will remove of the sermon he talked of St. Paul!,

Beach. I P. shortly.-Birmingham News. the great foreign mlnslonnry.
I Knight, of Madison and Mr. resident
Bryan was formerly a
niece, Miss Iris Epperson, who is attending Next Sunday morning there will
I of of J. L.
this section
being a son
Secure cotton seed while we be Sunday school at 10:00: o'clock,
your the State College; for Women MICHELTN"Comfort"
Bryan and nephew of Hon. A. D.
a
have them. J. F. Kickliter. I I: at Tallahassee, motored here Sunday Andrews, of Raiford. preaching by the pastor at 11-30: a.
and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. m. anti, 7:30: p. m. Prayer meeting'
Mrs. O. L. Beasloy returned today W. J. Epperson. CHURCH: OF CllK 1STAll \\Vdnesday eVl'ninjIt 7:110:: ( v,',,, ,,,, y Cord
,
visiting I "I the best friend had r M I ; n r
from Tampa whore she has been I nm you over .i if.ut, r KM,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.j Mrs. Max Wimberly was here the present at Bible study and the -I am hung about with sweet mom .rr.J.,. ........ _
Durden. first of the week visiting her par- I commandment worship lust Lord'sDay
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Green. 1\11'8. ,[ seemed helped by the worship. -
Mrs. Joe Hill Williams, of Lake Wimberly has gone to West Palm I Several so expressed themselves. The -
Butler, visited Mrs. T. N. Llmbaugh Bench whore she will make her homo i Communion was impressive. All present -
and Mrs. 11. L. Brownlee the first of for the present.Mr. I seemed to share the feeling expressed 'J
by the" Into Chns. II. Spurgeon i
the week.
I 'In n sermon he delivered on "Tho GIANT ZINNIA SHOW
Cullie Manning and family of 'Commulon" In 1882. This great BupI !
Gary Ennis and Hal Maines, students West Palm Beach, who have been
tint minister sal "I
of the U. of F.. were "frosts! visiting Mr. Manning's mother, !Mrs. 'I Impressed with the: solemnity never was and so Cash ]Pri/.es to be Given by Hank of Starke
Friday< afternoon of Col. and Mrs. D. Mary N. Bradshaw, returned homo '
sweetness of the !Master's Supper as

E. Knight. Tuesday\ Mr. Manning is circulation I IDon't I I1 am now. I foci it to be freMh..r'' In line with the (for door beautification evident I
line manager uf the Palm Beach Post. every time. When it was once a : growing spirit[ yard so at

of Don't hats faiTto and dresses see the arriving new spring daily at'' '| month I had not half the enjoymentin '' this time in both town and country TI |IE BANK OI7 STARKE has
to look at the
Marguerite's Shoppo. I| dress goods forget: at aternbcrgr's. !I it; (They every partook Lord's of day the in Communion the- purchased (from one of( the leading florists 100 packets of( Giant Zinnia

D. A. Green, representative In congress | :Metropolitan Tabernacle church, W. '' seeds (for (free distribution to the ladies of Starke and Bradford County.
from congressional j I Rev C'. F, Stiirnes, E. K. Pprrvman K.': P.) and I think that where friends I
several I and Mrs. L. A. Davis have been in have the Communion once a quarter, '
district, spent days In Washington 'I One of these will be each of( the first hundred ladies
Ior
Jacksonville this week attending the i j once a year, as some churches do packets given to one
week.
last '
i I Standard Training School of the Jacksonville i j I they r<'ally do edify them. They 110' calling at the Bank of( Starke, who will promise to plant the seeds carefully -
district, which was hold. at ----- I
Mrs. George B. Flynn, who has I' : ( and exhibit of the Zinnias lluwcr show be
been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I the First Methodist" Church, South. : to specimens at a to given -

Paul E. Canovn left yesterday for ---- I I on a date to be announced later perhaps during the month of June.

her home in Titusville. II !Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and little .0n.1\
Alton, of Hastings; who have 1"11'' Farm
Mrs. W. H. Struth has been in visiting at the home of !Mrs. Robot, h'I| At the show prizes will be given for the three best collections grown i

Plant City visiting her daughter Mrs. parents, Judge and Mrs. Geo. A Gnr'l i from these seeds as follows: 1
,
Sid Johnson, and Wildwood with her / diner and ut the home of Mr. '

/ daughter, Mrs. L. M. DeSha. Robert, Lawtey, returns,l homo I Fn I I First Prize $10.00
dllY. accompanied Everything new and up-to-1 I din who will visit n while at Hatiniri Second Prize 7.50
date in Ladies neck wear at and St. Aiiiriiitmo. I I
Stump's. i' Mules Third Prize 5.00

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II. B. Wiggins; spent Wednesdayand (rENT.A-\fORD'\ CONDITIONS t
Jacksonville attending -
Thursday in .
the state convention of coun- I. The pri/e collections shall consist of one specimen of each of the ,

ty superintendents of schools. I! five varieties of seed, Giant Yellow, Giant Scarlet, Giant Purple, Giant

"Five Pens In a Pod," is the subject i I 1I I 1 1I 15 Head For Sale'' Pink, Giant Rose. .t

to be _- -I
of delivered the commencement at Lawtey by sermon Rev. W. E. |I FOR ALE:-S. C. White.el'hrn\ j I 2. The collections be such in the yard that
Eggs; ( Kerns Strain), I 1"ugaa $1 I.O I [prize must grown at place

Daugherty next Sunday at 7 p. m. I T. P..nll* Rosemerc, Starke, Flu.227U I CheapE. they may be easily seen from the street or road running past the home. \

Mrs. James Goldbold and little son, I
James, of Jacksonville, returned home I FOR PALE-1023 Ford touring cnr J. DowlingStarke Directions for planting Zinnias are printed on each packet of( the seed.
sister low mileage and in excellent ,,
Tuesday after a visit with her v..y
( Orchard Tirrie for planting is about at hand and the ladies invited to call
Mrs. S. S. Dowling, on N. Walnut st. Condition. May be seen at i are
i Farm Estate of A. M. Rollins Fla. early and join whole-heartedly in this competition.
to Starko, Flo. 2-27-tf
If you have any sweet potatoes (
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Kickliter.Mr.
sell, see or write me. J. !" FOR SALE-Nice farm mare, 6 years for
----- i These seeds are not distribution to children and.will not be deliveredto

and Mrs. II. M. Barker of |, old sold<1, broke for $75 to cash all harness.and satisfaction Will be I: Order EGG CASES, them. The ladies will be expected to call or send a written request

Plant City and her mother Mrs. Ella i f guaranteed. I. W. Andreu, 1 mile freight or express, 38c. '
Johnson, of Oklahoma, will arrive in which they promise to plant the seeds and exhibit specimens at the
229tf.
west of Starke. :
soon to visit Col. and Mrs. A. S'I I j jCrewi. :Mizell Produce Co., Live'ak flower show.

:, FOR-:SALlTou"TRADE-Pair of'' Florida

Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Phillips and 900 first pounds.class mules Farming, weighing a specialty.about i j jP. j I ___ _. I Ii't \Ve are particularly anxious that'ladies from all parts of the county shall I

children Margaret and homer of W. Alvarez Starke. U* ) g uuot'u trgItlt'JrJrx) N KtdmGltx q I'' take part in the growing of these Zinnias and in the flower show that is

week Dunedin visiting, were Mr.\here and the Mrs.first or T. the'N. FOR SALE-One pair big heavy j COFFINS & CASKETS ; to follow.! We are planning to make the flower show a most enjoyable

mules, in good; shape, will sell ; And a Full Line of Ia j
I
Limbaugh. I cheap, either one or both. E. W. Undttlaltftt' Supplitl H
a
:3-13tf
ayes Storke
Beautiful line of spring millineryand I
il
I
dresses now ready for your inspection -Party wanted to clean about !5' S .TOMOfilLE IIRAUSE occasion.BANK
at Marguerite's Shoppe. I acre of land. Apply by letter or in .\hoa>'N on hand. The hest Her3 OF STARKE
person Kncpru" and Harlicek farm on ty tier at the lowest price !Spe2)! j

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffin had as Lee lake. R. 1, Dos 30 lt. | cial attention to telegraph "1')2 .
week-end guests the following; party: dm. Registered Embalmer; pj l lDeVVITT The Bank Helpful Service
*o.ono'GI'b; ; I IF.
Tomato Plant treat- /
and A. 1 Ix --
Griffin son i
Mr.C. Jr.and, Mm.Mrs.A.A. A.C. Ammom", all of ed for Rush and Blight. $2.50/ perthousand. C. JONES | S MAI I'I( Hf'f f Pmidrni H\\\ SO'" J (UAVLS.I ( .whirr A !M DIU. V.Pres ,

Geiger Readyfor setting by 23din d !
Ga., Mrs. Ellery
Waycrom
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orders .1. F. Kuk- if ARKE. FLA
Place
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Mrs.[ W. J. t.
of Hoboken Ga., Mr and
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";} DAILY STRENGTH 1,736,6U! persons, as compared with ters be makes pretense of discussing? I forms and ceremonies of his organi-

' : :. 1. i "S I,79J: ,770 a year ago. What doctor takes his own prescription action, actually practices the pecept
t,7 Nature has admirably fitted Despite the smaller number of ? What lodge member, vigilant I thereof? And so all down the line.Tuinpo .-

I'I '- -- _.. tI# ," ,'" 'workers employed, the total payroll though he may be in attending the I ((Tribune.
the .weak'
body to fight against
I 'I'tl' during December, 1U21, was $240-
-1111.,!} tuiis = ness but there is need for a daily 3j( ,62; while in December, 1U23, it
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: i 1 renewal of strength, which comes amounted to $231,002,008.: The de- houses. Now comos the jn.: ui ti o
j -- --.-.--' cline was attributed chiefly to winter [ [ story. Young Wood hag no money. I,
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I, ... .. .. --" '-- easiest through nourishment.Scott'S reduction in maintenances of way and*. This WeekA The French police, hunMng him, I I
SALLIE MISSES A BRIDGE i He did not see me at once, but a structures. accuse him of passing worthless j
-TO SEE CURTIS big Irishman ran to the car as I checks. Young: Wood says, "I \
I -- coasted to a stop nearby. Emulsion TIlE TIUNO WIIICn huve had my dance, now I must '
As soon as tho social columns announced "Anything I can do for you MAKES COWARDS pay; the fiddler." I f
that Rllie had arrived our I Ma'am?" lIe was courteous though Don't gamble, it doesn't pay.

house became the rendezvous for all rough In manner and clothes."I Is a practical aid to health and Just now the press is filled with
the crowd. would like to speak to Mr. what might almost be called a wave Senator McKellar, Democrat
I didn't mind, except for the fart Wright You know him. Do you strength. If you arc pale, under- of withering contempt for public men from Tennessee, says of the bill
that I wanted to see Curtis alone I I not?" I asked nervously. weight or weak, Scott's is the who are prohibitionists in their votes that would turn Muscle Shoals over
to Uie trust. "The
1 had only caught: a glimpse of him tho I "That I do, Ma'am.\ He's the finest restorative that builds %A and law violators in their homes and of the power Underwood tneanure paacnsje wouM! !

following dny after our conversation I gentleman in the world.! And he has *'" \\ habits. Arthur Urisbano be the greatest calamity that hai
at dawn and then he hurried away, pot 'eart that's big as all outdoors.It '7'tl up: Nafirc'i wav- ''. But why the contempt! ? Have not ...- ._-- ... happened! to the South since the
giving the excuse that he was working was was jist last night that he sat I i': in'i r.i ,urn!i., 'left "' ,,11/II III ( our public men been told over and over ChilV ur."
sketches for tho Miss Sassie's .:-..... again that their highest duty A CHANCE FOR CONGRESS.
day and night on til almost mawnin' with Many Senators: know that it U
plant.I little lad. He that was homed so t. .1.-" interpret public opinion of their con-I I YOUNG WOOD'S EXAMPLE.IS so, but if one of the biggest mon-
couldn't understand why he had bad. We love him to a man. I'll that the actual cost will be considerably stituencies; then be guided by that opolies wants something you can
changed. Although, ho was plainly) never be forgcttln' the toim that ho-- less public opinion regardless of their own IT SOCIALISM? hardly expect the United States

disabpolnted at the way I had behaved but then-I'll) fetch him for yertnn'am. I This source of supply, the report views? And is not the way of the I THE BABY CROP. Senate to refuso it. You can, how-
been gentle and kind I ." I past few polit\ral strewn with ever, expect President Coolidge to
ho had years
so the
said, will provide soft water for veto it. He has, from Henry Ford,
when he realized I was cold. And even And he the wrecks of men who have dared to
was gone. needs of a city of 500,000. Building I North Carolina wants law that exact information, on the Musclo
I knew then that he was disapproving I said gailyas declare their own intellectual integrity a
though "I've come to get you. of a dam would make possible the I would stop Ilirting.! Men Shoals affair.
of my frivolity, I still be- Curtis approached the car. impounding of the water in a lake rather than become mental harlots girls or women would be tine
lieved that I had his love. (To be Continued.) reservoir having an available storage ? or locked up. If North Carolina, TV: President is in favor of stopping -
The party at Marjorie's Mad beenon capacity of more than 141 billion I The public has made hyprocites of where men are so chivalrous, needs /\ all national inheritance "taxes.
All day Sun THE TEN COMMANDMENTSOF that law other States neod Ho I: calls them "socialism, although -
Saturday nljrht. gallons, or upward of two years' sup- its public men. The public is not willing ono
clear taxing
ORDER HOUSES it is not why
day, I had remained In bed. Ellio !MAIL ply for a city four times the size of to permit its legislative agents to more severe y foituno of hundred millions
---- But is ouch: law a a
; came In tho afternoon. I could 1.-You shall) sell your farm pro- Jacksonville at the present time.U. I act as independent and competent rep any really necessary that a rich man leaves behind him
', etanl the suspense no )longer. I had duce for cash, where you can, for we resentatives in the consideration of is any more socialistic than to tau \
!' to see Curtis Wright, and nee him buy nothing from you. S. RUM AGENT MAY! HALT I highly important public matters. If small!! cottage in which a poor
AUTOS. COURT DECIDES Only a few years ego, ten or
soon. 2.-You shall believe in us best be- the truth were known it would be dis- fifteen thousand, the man that meta man is raising his family,
Ellie was popular in Jacksonville ; covered that a very large portion of However, it certainly seems bet-
cause we do not know you personally Supreme Bench Ignores Warant-I! lady on the street grabbed her
I and there were endless bridge parties, Two Judges ) the active leaders in the prohibition by the hair and dragged her to his ter to tax a rich man wile he U
f dances and teas planned In her honor 3.-You shall send your money to movement, as well as the keenest cave by force. You can see how alive than to tax his .
by my friends and by those she had us in advance, so we can buy the I Federal) prohibition agents lawfully critics of senators and congressmenwho much men have improved. Leaving big fortunes to children
Already made. Personally I am dead | goods from the factory with your may stop automobiles and other vote dry and live wet, arethem- There is one comfort. If the may be foolish, but the desire to
tired of bridge! parties and teas. For have to wait a few I vehicles and search them for con- selves is precisely the same category.But young ladles walk demurely, with do so makes men work, when they
money; you may their on their little pink shoes, would.! otherwise stop working.And .
five years, I have gone to so many traband liquor without a warrant, eyes
confine the
weeks, but that is our business method why withering criti- they won't notice unwelcome attention what the country wants is the
t of them that I feel as if I have servedmy the Court decided in
Supreme a case cism to legislators? What pulpiteer most work from the ablest men.
time. There's the same insincere f 4.-You shall get help from your from Michigan, brought by? George II enters his pulpit and preaches his own -
gossip about the ones who aren'tthere Carroll and John Kiro. honest view and, convictions
build '
nearest city or villiage to your concern- President said, One important proof of booming
I the same frozen salads, Individual roads, so you may easily haul our In another liquor case, brought ing the tremendously important mat- means to veto the Increased salaries prosperity. In New York, our big-
angel cakes and mousse. The I Roods from the depot, but not ask help from Georgia by Big Samuels the I for Congressmen. The total gest city, the rush to get married
game hypocritical remarks about the from us-we don't help) to build good court held that states under tho con- Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days amounts to $1,376,000 a year. before Lent came exceeded all rec-
prizes over which the hostess had roads stitution may make unlawful the pso- Druggists to refund," 7r.r.I,If PAZO OINTMENT' rails The salaries are not high. Con- ords. Not fewer than fifty couples
\ wracked her brain for weeks. | I 5.-You buy church bells. and session of liquor acquired legally he- HIM cure Instantly luhiDil Ul.-i-ilma or' Protruding, and you gressmen cannot live decently at stood in line, all day, waiting for
1I1t
I never hal thought much about )t altar utensils may from us! but send the I fore enactment of the federal pro- can get restful sleep 1tI'.t'I: : :. 6Uc. Washington and at home on today's licenses.
thing like that before I met Curtis! rule. hibition act. wages. This guarantees most importantof
\ Wright and besides I had always /gone money In advance-that's our Chief Justice Taft delivered the SEABOARD TIME TABLEIn all OUR CROPS, the crop of
because-well, I suppose because |I 6.-You shall get all the help you opinions in both cases, Justices Mc-! Congress could earn the Increasein native born babies on which the
did. There was nothing can from the business! men in your lleynolds, and Sutherland dissentingin ( effect November 1C, 1021.) five minutes by creating a great country and the future depend.
everyone neighborhood; although we may hnvo Southbound- irrigation and power plant at Boulder The only real wealth is human in
else! to do at the time. I more profit from you than they have, the former, and Justice Butler in No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:16 Canyon on the Colorado River. telligence. The mothers create it.
I decided I wouldn't go; to thebridge the latter. : a. m.
\
I it Is against our rules to give to your No. S, 11:02: a. m. That project to irrigate two mil-
luncheon Amy Bennett was churches lion acres of desert land, supply It is suggested that part of the
plying for Ellie that afternoon at they: 7.-You shall convert your neighbors SEEKS INVESTIGATIONOF No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00 p. m. ? continuously 600,000 horsepowerand nonsense connected with the new
Club. Ellio knew everybodyand FERTILIZER TRICE No. 7, Limited, 2:10: m. the
County p. protect Imperial Valley arms conference will be talk
also to faith in us, for we
one of the girls could stop by on have for your FIXING IIV COMPANIES Northbound- from floods would pay the Con about reducing or forbidding the

1 her way out. 8.-room You shall)more look money.at the pretty I, Senator George, Democrat, Georgia No. 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m. gressmen's increased salaries ten use of aircraft in war. You
I would stay at home and read. I No. 4, 4:26: p. m. thousand times every year and might as well talk about eliminating
F L pictures in our catalog as often as requested the Federal Trade No. 20 leave enough over to pay for the railroad trains or gunpowder
he Cedar Key, 8:5C: a. m.
le- I Commission to Investigate what .
to strengthen
you can, so as your from war. The first thing for the
crowd of had
girls '
The habpy Mire for things you do not need, but declared to be an agreement among No. 104 Limited, 6:17: p. m. dam.A United States to do is to build
scarcely) driven off in Agnes Hoyt'scar which you may order with other goodsto (: fertilizer manufacturers to fix price Wannee Branch great many young people read tip an aircraft force superior to
before I grew restless and paced save freight. Send us all your ready and terms of sale of fertilizer in the No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m. about Osborne Wood, son of the that of any nation on earth. The
the floor.I cash so thnt you may not have any I South. No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m. United States Governor of the best time to talk to a burglar
hnd to see Curtis Wright left to buy necessities from your I Fertilizer, the Georgia Senator declared (Daily except Sunday) Philippines, and about his big win- about not using firearms is when .''
It never occurs to mo that people home dealers I I suddenly advanced from $5 to T. J. GRIFFIN, nings in Wall Street and his big- you have your own gun pointedat
shouldn't, have tho things they want winnings in European gambling his chest.
$7 ton and all of the manufacturers
0.-You shall! believe us rather than a Agent
I and do exactly ni they plcnse. So I homo business-men for want oiler Identical sales propositions. This .
we
your .
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raced to the phone.I --- --- -
your trade., We get to be millionaires Increare, he said, would cost the far- --- -- - ---: ----:- ..;
called the club. lie was not on your support. Don't be bluffed. / fliers of the South millions of dollars ,
thero. I called father's office. They In increased. fertilizer bills. I .
laid he was at the plant.I I
10.-You shall call on the businesspeople Other Southern Senators have appealed -
ran upstairs, got into my new I
spring coat with its collars and cults ) of your own vicinity for help to the Department of Justiceto "This Is My Town"i

of gray squirrel and from a bowl) of and credit if you meet with hard luckor I Investigate the fertilizer situation

roses I selected one of deep, lustrous sickness.( It's your money we I re-duced : i i
red which I fns toned near my mouth.A want; we don't know you unless !.
small hilt that fit snugly was adjusted your orders are accompanied by cash. season closes.
----
at its most becoming angle Prairie Lumberman. ASKS IDMIO GOVERNOR I
----
and I was off m.\'J JTREEK JACKSONVILLE'S! TO'ETO BII.L PASSED! .
"The silken bully," someone had AGAINST COTTON OIL
FUTURE WATER SUPPLYThe
(I
called mo because I smiled at all the
cops-That's the way I stayed out of watershed of tho north fork A telegram to Gov. C. C. Moore, of '
jail. If I had been arrested all the of Black Creek situated about nineteen Idaho, urging him to veto the alleged 'I

times I had broken the laws father's miles from Jacksonville in the : discriminatory measure In that state I I V
bank account would) have been ruined. southwest corner of Puval county against cotton oil products, was dispatched -

S I loved tho brisk breeze in my face.I and, In the northwest corner of Clay (', by Angus McLean, following I
'advices from Senator F. M. Simmons ,
thrilled as the accelerator respond'
county and yielding a draft of more II
'of North Carlolna to the effect that
ed. The roadster purred deliciously
than fifty million gallons a day, is
the bill had passed in Western States. ....
and the distance stretched behind. tho best available source of a soft I I l ( i si
Finally, I reached the plant. water supply for the city of Jacksonville Governor McLean's telegram said: I : ,.
Yes, ho was there. Standing about in the opinion of Charles W. "Am advised that bill imposing severe -I I ',' i III

giving directions to the men. I adored Inioson, city water engineer: and the discrimination against cotton oil I 11
I
the fine ring in his voice and I noticed Iliirkmnn Corporation, consulting engineers products passed both houses of your I I I ,
that the workmen moved happily whose joint report on last legislature./ I earnestly urge you to II '
about their tusks. as if he were their \'cur's. survey was submitted to the veto this. bill because it violates every I I II I 1"'

captain and they his men. citv commission.The I principle of the friendly comity which II I III .
I I
Ho was a born lender. But not cost of the proposed l project now exists and should continue to r: t4,

so much by force, as a sort of understanding hosed on preliminary estimates and exist between your state nnd the cot-I I 1. rI
thnt existed between him I not on detailed flirures which are not I ton producing states of the ?
j and those to whom he gave" (command, II I to'\ 1"J, 11000000.( It is. 1 hplictelIf "I am constrained to believe that I I I 'S
I legislation of the character mentionedwill I I .f .
i I in the long run prove to be very

detrimental to your state and its people. I II
." I M
4
The bill designed to heavily raise :
Cushman Offset MotorsFor I taxes on cotton oil products, notably t I II ,;

oli-margarinc, passed the Idaho assembly -
I iI
by a close margin, the governor I I t r4 '
I pointed out.
I I
At the end of the year 2I more I Is.t

than (,0,000 herds of cattle containing/( : r
I ,+r..
t head had
.fr I' \'r 1,000,000 been officially ,
accredited as free from tuberculosis..
IntertypesLinotypes Th>' work of tuberculosis. eradication A pledge of citizenship is an enthusiastic and wholehearted sup- '

rapidly.FEWER in the .United States Is progressing port in act and thought, of Starke, its ideals, its institutions, its ]homes,

,_,___._ : its attractiveness, its advantages, its business and of your neighbors.
EMPLOYES: ; l.V RAIL SERVICE

I and WHEN 1921 COMES TO END i When any individual or local organization makes an effort for a bigger

Linographs I and better Starke they deserve and have a right to expect the loyal
1 At the end of 1921 class one railroads sup-
3 which operate about DO percent port of every citizen. At that moment they represent Starke and there

of the country's rail mileage 'I should be no bickering, no backbitii g or factional disagreement which
had fewer
employes service than
in j
: E The last word in power. Compact unit. Quickly! at any time since 1122, it was reported II will detract from gaining the objective.

installed. Simple._.of f operation. ri'A':; .by the Interstate Commerce Only in proportion to
I ::'' Commission. The actual number was II our combined efforts can we hope to make

.J. .,- A "'O'oil: *t,. I: our town more attractive and more prosperous. No matter the size,

ti One cf those rnotcrs has just keen; added? to the: UradfoidCounty drone's Tasteless chill Tonic restores every town is too small in number of citizens, to grow when part of

Telegraph equipment. Energy! and Vitality by Purifying and its folks take their money and trade to other
centers. Our interest in
Enriching the Elnod. When you feet!: Its
>' strengthening Invigorating effect/ seo how state and national prosperity is not diminished through a strict loyalty

Writ; for Details it brings! color to the cheeks and how : to home affairs and town development. On the
ai I contrary, when we
it Improves the appetite, )">u will then build
appreciate its true tonic value. an up-and-doing, prosperous and progressive town we add to our

! R CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply I state's assets, and, likewise to the nation's.
... Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So''
pinnate even children like it. The blood i
'1 '." I Concord, N. H. needs QUININE:; to Purify it and IRON to Let Us Make Starke

,- ..-..: -_.,,- Enrii h it. De"troyS.lIanal! germs and !I II a Better Town !
I I Grip gents by its Strengthening! Invigorating -
'
Effect 60c.

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FRIDAY MARCH 13. 1923. DRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREH

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t,' ....- --- HOW'S TIllS? I I potion -I tour of Seaboard I ; terminals

nliis CATIIUUI mi'llli 1NR win 'in the Soul: \horn part !of tho stnU- Hei.i' 1e4LLftevvSPIRtN

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs '! Jo I want wo claim for It-r".i \ ir ynm. ',o cnrfrnod, I with railroad, officials
'of Catarrh or Duafno. i.iunoil by
Catarrh 'j i Dunlin, ,,;: I u-licf ,,f ft.: 'it;ht conm\ s-
ILL'S CATtniMI IMKHICINR consists -
r'1 l of an Ointment which Quiet tion caiiM-il 1 by the \\jishouta on the
Live State News R IIevi-a. the catarrhal' Inflatnmntlon. snit I Seaboard' main lino liolwoon Jiioksonvillo -
I" i Internal Medicine, a Tonicwhich
L. .ts through the Hlood on the Mar ou* nnd Savannah, Gu.I \ )
".,..........._..... ---J urfaes':.." ., thus restoring normal conal'pold I :\Warfield said for some tune to thorL
ono
dl"11lt Tear .
by << *
Told by Our Exchange I 1". Z. Chenav&tCirorToledo.Ohio.INIO.V coast a second freight line via Brooks mJ

villo-Invornoss line, und that If the
1 COUNTY'S' TAX people of the section would] oo-oporalo

AS3ESSOK IS PROUD a road would be built down from (Inverness i
I Gainesville The Florida StateFlremnn's : the young woman retrained sufficient !
OF) STANDING MADE to Brookesvillo as soon u* pos
: :
Association will conVl"nehere consciousnpss to toll authorities that

March! 11, for its second annual she had been tied to the tree last Lake Butler. March 7.-Jesse John .sible.. !

meeting! with an attendance of around night by two service l11(>n. She said son, tax assessor of Union county was )tJRFAUTOS GO 19 MILKS OS;

100 delegates. I the men had taken her out In an automobile in Jacksonville Thursday in ONE; GALLON OF GAS

St. Augustine-Publisher of the but was unable to give fur- dance upon the meeting of attan-// SOULS FALLS, S. Dak.-Jamos i SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN"and
I INSIST !II
ther
Augustine Record has added seven information. sessors of the state. Ho reports a A. May of 4108C Lnc-otah DldK., has
-- 1 interesting and profitable meet l perfected nn amazing new device that
thousand feet of floor to the Palatka very
plant, which is now being space occupiedby train, falling-Grabbing and being at drawn moving under, ing. Incidentally, it was developed cuts down gas consumption removes I Unless \ <1111 'L',' I ill-. "Il \\\cr (CioW, all> i dMiM! >ou are

the editorial force. where two wheels passed over |I by the governor's statement that Union -.; all carbon, prevents spark plug not gl'llifl I11.' ;: ," Ruin,- H.i\t-r \spirin I'rll\c',1> safe
hll'/I county is next to the top of the trouble und\ overheating. Many carshave

Bartow-Fruit thieves have been and body,manager Frank R.of Taylor the Police, of Rome De, N.Leon., list of counties that are doing their I made over 41! miles on a irnllon. I by milli.ni)( nul i pi. nlvd In. phyi.ici.ins I years for

active of late in Polk county, accord- Inn and De Leon Springs full part in maintaining the state Any one can install it in five minutes! :
instantly
ing to citrus growers. The unprecedented \- killed hpre was I government. Four out of five leading Mr., May wants agents, and it offering -

high prices being paid at the I was said Taylor yesterday had left afternoon.the It counties are right in this section of the I to send one free to one atuo ..own'I' I.uIJs: Headache
train to
market is given as the cause for the visit the lunch room and tried to I state. They ur! linker, Union, Bradford ( in each locality. Write him today '

inroads. I cutch the flyer after it had started. and Clay counties. The assessors adv Pain Neuralgia\

I Stunned by a first his from these four counties could SUIISCKIItE TO THE TKLKGKAl'f;
Fort Myers-The Tropical News, attempt, sec-
1 in the
stand with
pride performance
morning! daily, has installed a new ond grab at a coach proved fatal. is of up their respective counties.( Tt I Ithachc I.umbag0Neuritis
a duplex flat bed webperfecting body is in the hands of W. C. Davis '
press !Mr. Johnson advocates a plan I Il
machine, adopted a new title type, undertaker, awaiting! instructions.Fort !
whereby the state school funds, the t Rheumatism
'changed to seven 13-em columns, and Pierce-In order to expedite state roads funds and any other special /LLliOelnJ{ :;1J 1
'taken an entirely new abpearance.
on for'
work on the uncompleted 12 milo link funds collected by the state l
Other improvements are contemplated, of state road No. 8, the board of St. distribution among the counties Accept! only Raver" ukase: : which contains proven directions.

it is announced by Harrson Fuller, Lucie county commissioners, has appealed should be so distributed on the basis Hndejahn handy "1\1\\'r"\ }boxes of 12 tablets--Alpo bottles. IIr :J4 and 100-\rultltlot"\ .

president and editor. to Governor Martin and the of the percentage of valuations from Aurtrln U the trace nark of Darer Uuuifiotiin or Mono eil-. .,Mtl....tiT of MllrrllrarWa ..

state road department. The the various! counties for tax purposes,
Live Oak-P. B. Howell, of Lafay- county j If pnmcboi'y' should ask in
board points out that as compared with actual values in
ette county, in custody! for the past despite the this turbulent limp, the reason
two weeks in connection with the turning over of a sum of $7(3,000( in those counties. This would do away we're first on the roster of

deathof Miss Nina Felton in Mayo, cash and the awarding of a contractfor with the temptation of assessors to crime Como goggle-eyed, donkey lrl0J K I Ir

has been released on bond, which was this make low values to avoid state taxes. will tell ;ye the cause: is the g
fixed at $15,000. lie will appear for I prac-tically He says that such practice is in ef- tumble lack of cnforciblo laws! ., W4.
severe- fect an attempt by assessors to se- So, forty-eight states, with the
trial at Mayo in June, when the spring
ly scored by the board. cure votes for themselves at the ex- law-makin cruz< make draft on
term of circuit court is to be held.
the toilers for all rnUe
of the state. Such temptation they can
pense %
Miss Felton's death occured on Feb- Daytona--Sheriffs should exercise would not exist under the plan ho -to pay for, a Coil" Unit no ?
ruary 17.Tallahassee. jurist can --a tlot.il ruckiu1
common sense in arresting rpiin
persons and before of .7f
for not suggests, many years beast! a ih! p.dl'r! of I' anl! 44
-Thomas F. West to- obtaining automobile license I actual operation the result would ben This "Land of t''o Free" by

day was selected as: chief ustice of I tags, according to a telegram received 100 per cent valuation, as providedby forefath rs 01'<1:1.111'.1, l-us ham- illioh

the supreme court of Florida under here from Governor Martin. ('omplaint the constitution. 'trunir, pan-hnndV\: I I. lit --halter"tl -
the system of election by lot. Justice was made to the Governor that and c'-ni'v 1 I. till t.r) sorvilotaxpayer

West, who has been on the supreme motor vehicle owners hud been arrested W. W. DOUGLASS t bcfi-l 1..1.,1< um! course,
and fined although they had made .s the fruit of n mess that no
court bench for several years, suc- Luke Butler March 7. The
burly
application for the tags which it was '1<'\1' can enforce, \, lillo tin
ceeds Justice Robert F. Taylor, as said were delayed; in the comptroller's |of W. W. Douglass, of this place who ;ir'nmnn' :w\,1 i \ t'r.. I.'i mv-tuiil
chief justice. Chief Justice West office. The was instantly killed near Tampa in an irar.* 8,1: :,' .l''MI': the foic"
governor replied, it was I
will servo until January W21:! when stated that automobile accident wall brought to tv.'li!: I 'T1-!:" rr;>'11 of too Law!'
he hud telegraphed the
his term on the bench expires. Volusia sheriff I Lake Duller Friday morning. Interment If w..I i curb < !I"? n.i I'tti' that / is
county to apply the
nllla'"' tar"" mi ? e mlrrht
made in the Swift Creek cemetery s r
Gainesville Harris Corbett, Idyear rule of common sense in such cases.MiamiCity II
-- Funeral service conductedby hove r i"rt"n', 1 Lt 'PIour
old youth who was knocked from I was Imbif), .' '1 ,' '1"'" v'.l !banktpt -
Kov. W. T. :McGuire of the
,
Manager Whurton pastor .
the T. & J. an- I 'I 1 nk
his bicycle by a truck at I t' i r 1 spppilsa -
railway tracks at noon Thursday, is nounces that Miami's water supply, Christian church at this place I ( >- III"' -clu;,,,,ols, while th'yhi1
I now flowing from the fifteen new :Mr. Douglass was an old citizen t'l' I f'i, ii'! mitiht
and l the is deeply stirred by |Ih' ; 7/'c
dead city unfortunateyoung wells dug by the city at Hialeah, will I of this county. He( was 71 years of \\ lit l-i the" power ,of
of the
death
the tragic the i j soft of drinking/ quality "comparingi axe. lie married Miss Lmmi :MfL.eod "i jiliin! ,h I i"d.I iii.idden: : mil), Sealed Chassis
has been entertained
;No; .
man. hope since the :i favorably with that of any other city in 1HIJU anti spent most of his |life in I U" .."II11.--t'' I I '"- ,t poor-house
for his recovery fractureof accident in the country. The water will pass Union county, formerly a (part of j.i--t (i'. i tinI I ".I.

happened, a compound (II| through a pipe line system eight Bradford county, and l for a long time

the skull causing his death. I miles in length into two largo itor- engaged in the timber business. Mr. ; The Buick "St-aloil Chassis"! Bruin

West Palm] Beach-Billie Burke, : age tanks at the corner of N. W. Douglass was a man of enviable character ij. front to rear a continuous wall of iron

who sustained" injuries in an automobile Thirty-sixth street and N. W. Tenth honorable and honest' and a man t::....; '.'11 .r.;> .':..r.-.... ,
.
accident, and Nina Wilcox Put- I avenue, which have a capacity of five I whose word was a> good as his bond, [' L ) t kJ' and steel housings behind f which the

nam, who suffered throat trouble for !million gallons. From the storage and held in the higcst esteem by all __.....'U Buick driving units Dirt and
( I
several days, both have recovered and j tanks it will go into the city mains who knew him. his sudden death .'. operate.

daily make their appealance on the I for distribution to consumers. was a great shock to his dour ones und ---- -.-- wear kept out-lubrication kept inl!

beaches here. Mrs. Gurnee Munn, I 'I his host of friends. Mr. Douglass Only Buick has all of this
Tampa Frank Newman :5. prot'ctiol1.Anothcf .
-
,
in the aiitmiioliilo ), negro, was a faithful member of the Churchof
who accident was with injured Billy Burke, or !Mrs. I today/ is somewhat light-headed. Yesterday I,I Christ.. lie leaves to mourn his FOR OVER hig reason why the Buick
Dr. J. W. Taylor, local surgeon death three Tim and Arthur of
sons,
making rapid improvement i is for
Flo Zeigficld, is name a synonym reliability( ..
'; removed a J 1-2 inch file which 'I Wutertown; J. L. Douglass of Lake

i' had been imbedded In the negro's ]hood I| Butler dnd five daughters: Mrs. Ida ZOO YEARS and why there arc more than a mil.

Jacksonville-Assurance of regU- for 23 years. Newman, complaining Cone of Lake Duller, Mrs. Florence lion Hiiick I
owners. ... ..
lar sailing of express ships from this I of a headache, appeared) boforo Dr. : Lanirfurd of Ellontown, Mrs. Annie ham lem oil has been a worldwide '.
port loaded with citrus fruit f< I Taylor for examination. A hard substance Hull! of Gainesville and Mrs! Eva I
rcmcily for kitlm" liver and
European ports, has! been procured. was found between the nogro'ieyes. Crawford, of Lake Butler and many y, ,
l Frank II. Owen, commissioner of [ The surgeon believed it was a friends. bladder disorders, rheumatism,
bullet. Tho victim could not .. und acid cvuditions.GO"tUJ .
public utilities and Thomas D Guthrie remember ---- ---- --- lumbago uric
manager of the Jacksonville Traffic over being shot. The skin was DEATH OF WILLIAM CONE;
thought, 1 cut and Dr. Taylor found protruding f'
Bureau said today they
William Cone, highly respected fEDA:
a
from the skull M 1
from Orlando, where a piece of metal which
their return
upon citizen: of Lake Duller section, LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ.
attended the meeting. I Iho still believed to be a bullet. A pair OIL
last night they died at his. home hero Wednesday,
of the Fruitmen's Club. ;'of forceps wero affixed to the object. I 1K.DWIf.aaJcorr..ctlnt..mal : M. Smith, Manager.
i o'clock I'
A pull and'out came the file. Newman March 4, at 2 p. m. Mr. Com
had been in failing health forseveral .. ., Baker Bradford Columbia and J Union Counties
St. Petersburg A. Spencer, remembered having been struck ,, tr uiblri.HI;inintatc vital ? _
former commander of the G. A. R., of between the eyes during a fight with months. organs. Three si/i. s All tli ''i':'':isls, luiist I' \
He leaves a wife and two daughters, When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them
Florida is resting easily today after another on the original/ KCIIUIOC UO i i. Mi UAL. _
[ in
negro a Georgia town 23 1
automobileon Mrs. Cecil Townsend of Jacksonville, .
knocked down by an
being Central avenue yesterday. lIe was :i' years ago, according: to the story he and Miss Annie Cone, of Titusvillo, -- '- .---

when struck bya told the surgeon. He said he thought and one son, Seeber Cone, who was
crossing( the street i BIRDS" THAT SING IN THE SPRING TRA-LA-LA
I I I2.
slowly moving! car. lie was thrownto only a flesh wound had been In- I With his parents. oy SATTERFIELDw

the pavement but was able to get flicted. Skin soon healed over the Interment was made Thursday at ,
which took Dekle Cemetery, conducted by He v. F. -
up and walk to the car place. -", -:-
him home. It is believed his injuries W Cramer. -..; ::-.

consisted only of bruises. Experiment Station Bulletin 171 PROPOSED NEW: LINK; x14tcJ I =-...., ..

is gives all available information on Hilt SKAKOAIU MADE i b --=- = .
Tallahassee-An attorney now
drawing a bill Incor- the control of the citrus aphis. Grove KNOWN; BY PRESIDENT; : i ib
engaged in up % i :s tit
porating the immature citrus law owners troubled with this pest should Jltl'ksonvillefareh: 7.-A proposed<1 \
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which the next legislature will be write at once to the Director, Experiment new railroad in the state, to be opened w % _- = _

asked to pass, it was stated today by i Station, Gainesville, for a free via Hrooksville! and Inverness over y + -
Nathan!Mayo, commissioner of agri- the Dunnellon-Invcrness line to make "

culture. Mr. Mayo attended a meet copy. I a connection with the main line of the r; rr Z3 d dr. .
last Friday at which ty : >/
ing at Tampa Seaboard) Air Line Railway was announced : _
provisions of the proposed law were hon.. today by President S. ,
gone over and instructions given to 1 Gniss on Lung I1U\ W'irfi i Id I of the :-;eahnar.1.11': J ;_;

proceed with drafting of the measure. Warf.i-ld, hn" just completed an inSTINGS'FREE }
x r. 1 1a 1r __, _n__ .
LakelandThe county commissioners -

of Polk county have fixed Apr.

7. as the date for holding a $650,000
bond election for special road and iIII y"

bridge district which will be known 4I .... FLOWER \ a I !

us No. 12. if created. Total mileageof / '

fourteen proposed roads is 31 1-2 SEEDS 4' I I1 /p/1N" j v vl;
which will be improved if the bonds -

are approved. Eight miles from Fox- Hastings', Is giving away Absolutely
town to- Polk City U the longest single Free, 5 Seed Packet of Beautiful '
BASlBAII
piece of construction in the pro- Flower to each 1925 customer. Hast "

gram. !ings' beautiful new 112-page, 1925
/ Catalog shown those flower In full
Gainesville-Only about six and a natural colors. The front cover plo-

half miles remain to be completed on area the great Stone Mountain Confederate LJqr

the Gainesville-Jacksonville highway 4ri Memorial t
(Road 13)), it is said here. When finished YM'P This Dig Seed nook 1* the Standard I
with the Planting OnM, with valuable culture
the road connecting \
i, I directions and accurate descriptions .
Lake City concrete highway at Bald- : of all kln win, will cut the distance between here bulbs It has over 250 picture from '
and Jacksonville by approximately 40 I actual photograph. and Is bigger and
miles. Owing to the amount of fill- Jeans 'to Kr.fll; : 11 yours oil I better than erer. Brim-full of Informa

ing in necessary to complete the remaining of Sin Ai.tr MO, Tex., who has lived Lon It's the most useful Seed Book
for four \pars; with a blade of ever published.
stretch, the job will require
grass on her lung Citizens uhcrib. Ton need It for ready reference al-
five or six months yet, it Is said. ...! a thousand dollars for unVXVl most d&11,.. Be tore to write' fur It &

Pensacola-Tied to a tree with seri- "periun. today| a poet-card will do. It come) :;
la yon entirely tree by return maiL
ous cuts about the body Gertrude / ;

1 McNeil, a young mulatto woman, was fio, rr) ee aantsasl gai NmYnuW.t 1 i O'3; ..a'pp7,9aoat am i1AUI IlseNaoaamiwwa H. Q. HASTINGS CO. SEEDSMEN. 1

found late this afternoon near the eat> act aN (uaelat) 3'1.11"10; 0"01111 3 aYTTEftFt, tan r I ,
naval air station here, in a dying con- 'wua aeaa'al pus alias) sa' ri raaeY 1.1PUllt'lL ATLANTA, 0... AuTOGASrs % / / n" I"

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PACE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 13, 1925 lI

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I 'I by trucks to be sold. Even now three I ,

Bradford County Telegraph( trucks make Starke daily with bread I -Hih
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-- from bakeries fifty to seventy-five Bradford}
miles uwn>' and ell to local stores In'' "
t laulhUhhvd't'lv. and literal neetuau -< imiipptltion( with the local bakery. I x ,

1 : dUN matter, ar the post Our merchants cannot depend onuutsidc I 1 taavll

I alike at Starke, Florida. cities and towns for their j I 9 I MQD&MfiAStikf <(
II t1if' ;
I support ; they must, to II great .tfi; School Journal

.. t. MATT1IKWS?____._.________Owner. tent at least, depend on the home peo-I' P;; :;
I t. C. RODINSDS.uManlpD' Edit. ple' to< support their places of i !l _' .;--' ,\\\, '

I "I(" $, and they in turn should yrt sat II".A\. /I ,
.- bUSI'1 (r I Ah\ U\NK: / C Mil'lsmiEditor : I I Itrs.SELL: SfOTT
chase locally wherever possible. xal I ::;\
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s PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYSUBSCRIPTION merchant who buys from -' .ii Gr IIfq Ifq Sport Editor
/ U.HLIU:: MO/.KI.I.K: KLCENE MATTHEWS -
concerns in place of supporting home I I ;! ..... tax Main .Uiotr; Joke Editor
i :; RATE enterprises! is assisting the outside interests I _

tn cut his throat for I II
Per Year .._. ___ $1.50 when he has a truck own competitor, the MY FIRST l VOYAGE weeks and then went on to Berlin, end on end they would reach three
where wo stayed about three weeks, times around the world and continue
Six Month _____ 75c people) who purchase therefrom are (Dy William Fenske) and from there journeyed to Zshorn- indefinitely

I ---.. .- .--- only following the example he Is now Editor: Before this composition I is ewotz. It is at this place that an -
setting. I read, 1 should like to ugiim draw attention Electric Co., has started its plant, If all the excuses' ; ;; given by students

The merchant comes back( with the to the different form of com- which supplies half Germany! with for being late to school were collected

I I ,plea that he must handle what hU I position from that of last week. That light and power; und here we stayed there would bo enough to last one

I uitomi-rs ask for lIe must, to a was purely imaginative, with the moit of the time with relatives hundred and ninety-nine married men

<'rtnm extent, but ho should have the I I geography) studied in class cunningly On September the fifteenth, 1921, for the rent. of their natural lives.

I backbone to tell such customers that worked-in. This is an example of u we sailed for Cuba. The trip back The :Music :Memory; Contest

I he is dependent on local patrnoagc I careful observation on the part of a was very stormy and dangerous,.. for
l'r a livelihood and that nc will standby Iud, with unusual ability for one his this timo we soiled in the stormy sea The music memory contest was held

l soma industries, patronizing them I age in narration. For a pupil in the s on. We had nasty weather all Monday night in the high school au

in (inference to others. I AT fifth. grade, it l is especially good. At (,I through the North Sea, until we ditorium. Tho participants were arranged -

1 Stnrke citizens should take they !"iKt this is the judgment of' his reached Plymouth, England. We in groups, according to their

No. 4954 I same view. They muHt, if they are ll.... her, who feels sure that her judg- were not rocking very much, although grade, with a teacher oVer each

<(i>nvrshi|> in National Highway interested in the growth of their $35 and $40YOU miniill, / be supported by all who a small tanker wax submerged most roup. After each number had been t

Association) I town, buy what they can at home before mid U. I of the time, while a large Cunard played or sung the children wrote
K. ISABEL SULLEN I the name of the composition, its composer -
going elsewhere or purchasing CAN BUY A i Liner pushed the waves away as if
; from truck.. operated by outside there were none. We sailed on and his nationality. The papers I
i is
Backbone of the town .
murage ;My first trip was on a vain from then taken and
were up given to :Mrs.
firms. To I I .
make until
a town requires the through storm and hail we cameo
its chamber of commerce and news I Genuine | ".kCurt, III., to DetrultI1ch.. W* Alderman Mr. Dowling and Mr.
,
Times-Union. May ask keeping in circulation within the t tiantander:! and this time the ship
we .
paper.- Mailed several places i. this city, Johnson, who graded them.
town back as much as the practiceto was crowded with 'Spaniards. They t
Starke citizens to become better acquainted Fla.
I I und then came to Starke, Here Clara Louise Peek, from the 7th
CustommadeSuit .
mail order houses all Cuba for the
or purchasing were going to sugar
with its "backbone ? I we turned to farming, and lifter grade made the highest grade and
of sending out of We left Santander an'd sailed
money a communityfrom 1 I and! crop. t
three hard of bad
years crops received five dolllar .
The wise man will buy his dirt now, trucks, which amounts to the markets we resolved to sail for Cuba, to Corouna and stopped at Vigo, Knight a from the same goldpiece.Paul grade. .
same thing u bringing the store to :Spain.; This was the beginning of
;: says the Terry Herald, mindful of the which we did, and here we met with a made noxt highest and received $2.50.
I fact that In ten years time or less, 'ou. Draining the surplus money of Qual- little better success. We finally de- the Uiinorerous part of the trip. I
from a community prevents it from Extra-Special The sea was calm and a cool morn- NOTICE
; will be able to Ger
the average man not cided to take a pleasure trip to I
keeping step with other progressivetowns ing fog lay thick and low upon the
purchase any thing at the price then of I as a town is like the individualif ity, Masterly Tailored many. water, the fog n:en sounding every Speeding in front of the school
to bo asked.( There are millions We nailed on the steamer Holaatiu,
I house must The word
he has he once stop ( "stop"infers
money can climb to minute. All at the ship lurched
people in the United States who wanta and Supurb in all de- which was not a very modern ship I that there has been
better things, improve his holdings and sideways and backwards, while loud speeding.)
home in Florida and thousands of I but was clean. It was June the 12th,, This
make his surroundings attractive. noises the whole speeding very dangerous not
I rang through ship;
them are going to gruify that de- tails. 1924, that we left Cuba after spend-
only to the school children but to the
Money spent at home helps to keep and then the engines beat slowly:
sire. three there. It was
ing a very
years ; liberty of the who is
our institutions going; every home the the ship nad nearly run upon a large person drivingthe
I hot afternoon that we sailed, and
enterprise we can establish and keep Real Qualityhas rock ten times as large us the ship it- car (perhaps).
We had just about made up our sea was like a mirror. 1 at once will
going I self. Possibly you not realize what
lightens the burden of taxes by | I
editorial"about make friends with the
mind to write a "scathing started to
the amount they into the treas- ,i We now hid pretty good this means until one of your childrens
the K. K. K. but, not now, pay no regrets crew, and before long was on the
I killed
urles. On the other hand when the and two days later reached or injured.. Then, something -
we have seen them in action in this best terms with Lieutenant Engineer weather'l
I will be done
is elsewhere Island about it. But, why
; Wauchula Advocate. money spent it goes to I chief Then we ran into
community. and later with the carpenter
nt'I wait until a child is sacrificed? Act
|improve other cities and towns dangerous place as we
The organization, like others has its/ N. SternbergStarke and the Boatswain. 1 finally came I
1 the expense of our home town. Bermuda Islands It was Sunday:! ,
und 100per I who the boat. now.Some
good point as long us only to knou all were on of
I! It rests almost entirely with the and we expected to see the Islands, I you may say that the chil-
cent Americans are! accepted into II The first engineer took me down to
dren should
| merchants whether Starke will be Florida I though we did not stop there. A hurricane I not play in the street,
its ranks it is bound cu have bitter I sec the inside of the ship The Hosutm but what does '
I foes, who will stop at nothing to dix "good pickings" for the stores on'' I ciirru-d triple screws; und 1 1I had been predicted that afternoon I think about a child the of five or sixyears
of
1 credit the Klun."Bradford (wheels or just u stopping place on' -. | examined every nook of the ship, und it came sure enoagh. The tho danger playing
1 I was about to be served when i street he has been playing in
their Our supper
-"- I wny to some other town. j One steward took me up in the fore- !
----- I stores Inive us good quality of goods TELEUKAPI L the the ship lurched over und the tuble all his life ? It is natural that a
Busy Building BettornUllllalowB SUBSCRIBE 'io THE iiustlu: and showed me laundry child does
not think of
i ax can he Bought elsewhere but in I und the crew's slid clear across the room, the dishes such things,
would ho good head quarters.Although
a i,
therefore !it is
to the
1 and things being scattered about the up motorist to
line for that progressive county, many of the stores in Stnrke only the : WP sailed in June, we think of it When the Ito
motorist fails
proprietor knows what he has and,I floor. After supper( I retired Immediately ,
I whoso chamber of commerce has hud n cold l. nasty trip. We saw two think
launched a drive for bigger and but what it Hells for. Instead of advertising I It' f'f'i I II I'.' wholes and u school of dolphins and and later in the eveningour / that it he is does the duty of the parents tosee

ter crops, beautiful bungalows and what ho has and the price thereon : flying", fish. :Standing; on the fore- chief steward invited some of us .:.._ _____._ __ I
better busint"4H.! The chamber of the majority leaves It to the customer I :, tustlo I would watch the flying fish 'to his room for ''ice cream; and as ho This Is the time of the year that

commerce Is looking fur a slogan that to search the town for what B scoot in front of the ship and thendivu nut down on his swivel chair thu ship I the Seniors! begin: to get worried.
he dcsirc'H. Compare this method] lurched again and all the loose ar-
will hit the bulls-eye square in the deep as the ship passed. The
Center, and is offering five dollars with the truck at the doorstep with < ? dolphins! were mostly in the Bay of tides,i went flying into a corner, into I 'Th school orchestra 'had its first ,

for{ the best alugun.--Times-Union. I I its contents and prices inviting the! ; Biscay, and would leap two to three which the steward himself was hurl- I practice last week. It is thought by t

-- 'housewife' to go! the limit in buying (;- '" :. I feet out of the water, and fall back I"While\ the steward was serving the members that they will be playing
"upplleR. The merchant can take his fish in the first class dining room 'In the near future.
The reformers are always hunting j with splash. It took about eleven
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up something to reform. Now they store to his customers by advertising" fat' ., : days to cross to Spain, in which timewe j' the ship again lurched and the fish. I: The school _
,I, slid off the orchestra had its first
want to start a nation-widn cam- i his war os just as easily ns the roll Inn! ;, d saw about five or six steamers,. tray, falling over the lag the school
;.store goes front house to house. Just li' heads of the diners and into the grounds in good condition -
paign against the use of tobacco in \ > Upon entering the Bay of Biscay we soup i have been
any form. Why not amend the constitution I how much help the advertising ol : ,. 'I!, hud a continuous storm. Upon thday e of some. Many people were hurt severely I play very successful The
I grounds (
to prohibit it ? I goods! and the prices help in making n we were to arrive in Corounotpuin that night, and at 1 :OU p. m., 'I are pie und span and
MO( us y" the
'' \, .: the storm building l is kept clean by Mr,
selection Is shown the expired. That night and
by enormous r found it hot while
Gainesville Sun. As long as fat jobs > we very u Thornton.
amount of business done by the malorder ; : ; I next morning all three hospitals The palms which were ,
are connected with "reforming" there dense fog clouded the wny. The sun I
I' planted
houses Now in \ shad./ Idao were filled with the sick und lost year have grown and add :
addition
will always lit- some one willing to {' to the ta: ; ;;.. [ soon cleared this mist from the sea, injured .
greatly to the I looks "of the
school.
"sacrifice" themselves to save the mail order catalogs the local merrhiints '\ ..... land I on the right side of the ship we t

world. Stop the Kraft and the reformer ,'( will have to compete with th fI: could nee the shore, the great rocks We reached Havana three or four I urke-Lahe Butler

will stop reforming ,I next thing to an illustrated catalog sticking out of the sell and a small I days later and without any other The baseball Friday
i game afternoon
-a-- i the store brought to their coustomerV : plum near the water's edge, while mishap. We lived in Havana until with Lake Butler
: I \ interest
1 dciors. We would not he far KeZ July, when we came back to U. VI"'ery
Along with its strawberries and wrong 1 in % buck of this was lofty snowcapped good ing. The Starke
team
/lmcyo"Y ) I was nut in
l TH S. A., and here I
the
statement that for dollar'MJlent am now.
every mountains. The dotted with'white
other fruits and vegetables, Starke sea was I __ I very good trim and as the consequencewere

: is becoming known as quite n prominent in Stnrke another dollar i Is James !).,,..on, of Furt l>..!,;e! ...... I': sails of the fishing fleet and the Interview With Famous Students beaten twenty-three to three.
)I center for the shipment of spent' out of town, for the amount ol Des Moines, la., has been i/Vu. air was full of sea !gulls. On one I Anderw Reddish I The game will be returned Wednes

eggs The :Mnrke Telegraph says 'money sent out of Stnrke every day; :,. ij..::"it of alt : '..t'on.i! ::"merl.n 1 side was the shore with beautiful pas- When intevlewed today Andrew day. The game played on the Starke
that Coring the past two weeks J. F." for groceries, dry goods and clothing .. ".1 .fort' I I' !lipinr' m; |I turvs, on the other mountains, and Reddish was I diamond.
would astonish anyone unacquainted 1 : ",.i-"ointment for h'q! ahead, the gleaming white with going through all man
Kickliter, egg, dealer in that city, has : I city ner of contortions trying to reach his "Cossie" Rosenberg was back-stop
with I the volume of such businesshandled its I
shipped approximately 42,000 towering lighthouse. for Starke
eggs, feet to tic his shoe string. and "Skinny" flagon was
--
the
goings mostly to his regular customers through postnfYlce, express We entered the Bay about 10 the twirler
I and by freight.PRKSBYTEIUAN. April 12, Catching. a. m. "How's the, I started. 0'Htop" They both |played excellent -
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in different parts of the state. April 19th, Is there, or is there not. I Small sea craft came and surrounded screamed Reddish. Don't ball.

4 'One dny's shipment tntttjvd over ">,- I ( a Hell 1April the ship, while company tugs came ask me how the weather is up here or The Starke lineup was as follows::

' 000. In addition to this, Mr. Kick- : 8fith Does Death End All ? and took off the passengers and cargo I'll make it hot for you. "Cossie" Rosenberg, catcher

liter has shipped several thousand I We are pleased to nnnounce that, May 3rd. Will Wo know Each Other destined for this place. We left "I had no such intention," I said "Skinney" Hagen, pitcher.

t pounds of fine chicKens to state mar- ,beginning next Sunday evening, Dr. In Heaven ? the harbor after having taken in making it chilly for him. "I was going "Kewpie" Ritch, first base.

kets. It would seem that Bradford Tucker will deliver a series of ser May 10th, Tho End of The World. fresh water and meat at about 5::SO: to ask how tho new invention was "Pretty" McGruder, Short-stop.

county farmers are finding that poul I that will prove of patrlcular in May 17th, Tho Resurrection, thi p. m., and our next stop was Santan- coming on." "Speedy" Scott, second base.I

try raising it a profitable\ Industryas I Merest to all of the citizens of thisI World Across The River der. It was close to Coronua, as it took Andrew beamed with pride, "Kid" McMillan: third base.

well us tho growing of strawberries. I community as they will cover a series You are invited and will bo cordially only a night's sail along the coast. you mean that fluid I'm "Oh'j. "Feaster" Griffis, left field.

; .-Timea-Union. l of topics, in which we are all vitally) welcomed, to 'any or all of the see At Santander we disposed of our passengers to soften my knee bones when i In "Red" Kite, center field.

I I -0I interested. Dr. Tucker is an Interest vices in this church. I and cargo, and took in morel school so my legs will fold neatly un I I I "Sleepy" Brownlee,' and "Shorty"

I Do you want to sell your farm ? iir talker and backs up all his state Sunday school at 10 n. m. Preachingat l passengers and water. der the desk?" Lewis, right fielders.

Then double or treble the price youI ments with un array of evidence that 11 a. m.Christian. The next stop was Plymouth, Eng "Yes," we said. I I I I We

am afraid that there is too much is so convincing that even the sceptics Endeavor 0:30: p. m. land. It was a stormy night when we "I've given that up, it is too im :Malpas are will glad to learn that Joseph
have it and reached Plymouth at 11 o'clock, but be with with us a while.
placed on start a real practicable Reddish said
"I'm
are convinced. Preaching at 8 now
p. m. I' He is
:
wdid not drop anchor here a new scholar In the 9th grade.
even
: crop growing A well-tilled farm will March 16th, The Origin of Man. working on a telescopic desk that will

1 i sell at a fancy figure, where an abandoned March 22nd Dr.J. Shepherd.. Executive NOTICE TO BIUIIIRSSeated I t I' Aping long enough only to let off I rise to the required height, when Ij I, Some of the boys are thinking of

I I farm with ramshackle build secretary of Synod of Florida Mil will .be roeelverl, hy the Bar. some pa.'nll'ers. The next day we I press the button." Reddish continued organizing a high school band. There I
and fence of llond Truatera. of Bradford County. Florida., were' sailing gully through the Eng- I
ings will bo hard to give "No one knows the
will And will be well torture I've been are
preach you entertained at th. office of the 8.cretary of tho Board at l Ii h channel. We enough players of fair ability, to
I I away.-Starke Telegraph. No, brother as he is !great preacher. Stark. Florida. until 10 doe o'clock a. m., April saw the great I through, my knees are kept skinned I: get up a creditable band in the
don't "double or treble the price llth. 1926. and at that. tln publicly, opened. (Clulk Cliff near Dover, and on thei always, by contact with school. high
!March 20th, The Origin of Souls. 1nr my desk If;! It would be an asset to the
j ,- you have pluced on it,," unless the improvements April 5th, The Intermediate State.Spe3ker ONE RO\t MACHINE WITH EIGHT FOOTBLADE. ther s.de: the cliffs of France, as i it it wasn't for that noble balm 'newskin' school. Let's have it.
make It worth that much TRACTOR HITCH, BldI... will I Inrequired 'MIS a clear day. About us were sand I .should already be in :
to furnlah complete aiwcifieatlona olhi my
more. The Telegraph) is right in advising ( machine bid. on the price f n. b.. Stark dredges, large trans-Atlantic steamers grave." I The seniors have Selected their diplomas -
i starting a "real crop." The and I the date of delivery.The : and near the coast we saw a sunken "What do you intend to do when and invitations. From the reports -
.... you
Board .v. the right to reject any
mistake is often mude in not having .. and) nil bide. ship, only the smokestack and graduate ?" we asked. they are beauties.

a farm improved to the extent of T S \TTHEW3.. I masts sticking over the sea level. "I haven't decided yet," Andrew I
attraction. Until the farmer learns I'i \ FUTCH. Chairmani Ahead of us was the stormy North replied. "I once thought that I would I I I There is no excuse; for anyone to

this ho will probably never disposeof S""rr,'inry 3.13-81-4-10 Sea, for once quiet. A day or two shingle roofs as I can do it more conveniently I shirk duties during phy. ed., period

his property unless he practically :NOTICE; TO DFIUOR'S AM 'CREDITOR'Si later we saw Cux Haven at the Deltaof than the average carpenter now except 7 The sun

f (gives it away.-Johnstown News the Elbe. Here the stewards not having to use I deosn't shine too hot; no raJn, dry
.,. clalmiii a step-ladder but
d"o. and all havlnc
What ''" t < pomona climbed on tho railing and sat there grounds, games for all.
d'ye mean by "improvements ( t nit the Ketat. of Andrew M Rollin., luta he added as we started to leave "1 Anyone
Our raw land is worth more than our Hr.ilfonl:. County Florida. deeeaned. ant looking for the pilot tug on which have been offered a position I does is only harming himself and love
; .
- farmers are now selling their improved All persona hnx inv claim a..I.. .., aaidrjilat. ; their wives were to come out from ; to aeroplanes whether the air ering himself in the estimation of his
acreages far, and they are beginning !: .,. .hall file the came duly authenticatedwith I the shore to meet them, and talk un-I rents are strong here cur friends. Get in step, gang.
up or
the underpinned Administrator within one not.anj
i.
to realize it. til the tug went away again. It was I I shall
.
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rear from date hereof or they will be forevefRAYMOND probably it.
1 I ., ,, evening and the accept Magazines of any kind, the
I -- -- i" -d large fishing:; fleet I, except
! \ STORES OR TRUCKS? a H.Adrnlnbtrator.Thi ROLLINS. I was just entering the harbor, large I After years of painstaking:; labor !school'Literary Digest," which is used in

I t ,.. I Uth day. of March. A D., 191 i.I lighthouses flamed, some red lights, and tedious toil the following statis I school work are barred from the

A day never passes since the hard- a139&18I some a brilliant white and many other tics have been gathered concerning room.

; purfucod road was completed through t I --... where college courses are colors giving the waters different the Bradford County High School. If you have a subject that would

Starke that ,does I not bring from one b.' nit given by radio. However this hues.When It all Jlupji'ho 1 make good material for the
to a dozen trucks to the county, peddling I ,i HILL'S no rush for radio sets.Tennies I we entered our stateroom I it school the like to go to i suggest It to the editor. paper,
anything from an orange to a was after ten o'clock and we retired were placed end on end thewouldn't y i

suite of furniture-and the possession la out of luck on the cam-' I I instantly, were to be unshipped reach across the aisle. I Crossword puzzles hit school last

.t has Just started. It will be only a pin this week as both balls have been early the nested The ship was If all the power- ; B. week but have not spread as was ...xr -
generated by H
.
.i matter of months before the house- oc..ere I lost or busted. safely moored at the company dock S. students in writing lines was to 1 pected.> Not enough intellectuality:

keepers of Starke can purchase anything Rep. Nick Longworth, who for I The show set up across In front of I when about we nine awoke o'clock In the morning; and use, there would be enough to furnish put '' Some of the pupils;; look glue
they want from trucks at their were unshipped, sleepy
i the
school last week mat city of New York
fifteen years has battled to come causing more with electricity ing school
hours
door from and at twelve o'clock had -results of attend
of butter
: a quarter pound passed for
out from under the handicap of than usual. years.timonths and 2
: days ing the basketball
to a barrel of flour, cold storage meats being son-in-Iaw of the famous Mention[ through the Government offices and tournament.
I and vegetable some of which will be holds the were free to walk where we pleased If all the demerits
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