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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ROUTE ASSOCIATION HELD ROUND OPERATION OF

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,., : MEETING IN PALATKA I I Up I LARGE CANNING. FACTORY

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I Large Delegation Present and !Much STRAWBERRIES* BRINCIM.HIGH ; : (; I i Short Route to-1'alatkaIt'llns: :Manx .Firm \\cll-lvn.mn lU\II'; or' IIImlUlNI: TI

f'1.' Enthusiasm for Proposed Iliffh- PRICES Profits Will \CUlr. First Lady IUTH Will KstiiMish: ..'... 8125.67 I :;
,; way-:Next: Meeting I I
Her: Council Grants
In DeLand Bt"rryIo'emt"nt; Light, Hut Prices : :Maiib iith J. 11. Moore,
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Lake City, March 12-1.111. e'l\' is, in Order to Iul'I'cm
'y Palatka, !March 12.-One of the most Holding Good) :New Crop Heavy. ''i I'all excited over the Lake City to l'i 'I \ l.axxtey, shipped six crates of I
e'" ___ IU-HH to Co-Operate \\'borne* to the northern market,
I the
enthusiastic meetings ever htjJd; in latka Short Route through can''

the state, was held in the court house | The movement berries continues, : mittees of Columbia, Union Dradfiiii., I i! tries. I 1 I' while in Stnrke Wednesday

at Pnlatka today, when the Lake City- I to be light from the local platform, Clay and Putnam cantles, which, will U',uli I the concessions '' (' told I a reporter he had ro-
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Palatka Short Route Association held all shipments thus far this season going i i i shorten the route to the Ki I | city << not. Mr. Moore'stated that
its second regular meeting.; out by open express and refrigerator by to miles and open up to tlu tourist Irr of lights, seater mill of crates
I the sold
There were present delegates from boxes. ,iast week prices paid at 11) section seldom! seen and rich m *<"II.I pi'noil of the years, it anil the for Si! vents

all parts of Florida and several dele the platform for berries reached 57'''scenery and hospitality. Their i I' onI lit,it Maike's canning .. remaining two for 75

gations from Georgia. Everyone was cents per quart, the highest price I:I an average 1(,()())0 cars through 1\1.<, I taken over liy a firm of price. making crate a total of $ir>fl.XO. The

f' of the same mind, that tho most important paid this season, although shipments City during the season. This rout' I ating II large plant in per was 2078.

,+ road to be built in Florida, made by some of our growers brought I: should! carry several thousand more, 5( Ontario, and made the past week the Berry move-

is the Lake City-Palatka short route considerably more. Prices for the and it is safe to say it will total (10. branch. A junior member from Laxvtey was 20,000 quarts,

and every one was of the same mind, week ending Wednesday, !March 18th,l I I 000 cars per month HO it can already i xtus in Starke several days ,paid on the platform I'unninll'I

n' to build it at the earliest possible averaged 40 cents per quart, and the be seen the value of this highway to over the plant, and "( 40 to 67 cent per quart The E I

moment. daily shipments are given below: I f r Lulu Lake Butler, Starke, Keystone -- ) of the products in I' refrigerator car of the season
,. .. ., ... grown
sold! In New
York
The meeting was called to order Thursday, March 12. 1302 quarts Heights, Palatka, Crescent City Pier- tion, which, together with Saturday, '

by Eugene Matthews, of Starke, presi- I Friday, March 13, 4384 quarts. son, DeLand Sanford and intermediate shipped here. from South an average of 7C cents per p
dent of the Lake City-Palatka Short points as well as points in North and ,
I Saturday, March 1-1. 2688 quarts. carloads. during the winter I
Route, with Secretary Phil Bailey, I Monday, March 10, 2230 quarts. West Florida Valdosta, Ga. ,is 'i tually mean the ,... l yield in the Lnxvtey section ij

of Lake City; Vice President Johnson Tuesday, March 17, 3616 quarts. sending a big delegation to Palatka plant on a year-round !<1 to be heavy during the next

and the entire executive committee Wednesday, March 18, 1648 quarts. Thursday, March 12, as will Jasper. The chamber of weeks and prices are expected to

present. A number of !good booster Total quarts shipped for the week, Jennings and White Springs to the '- seeking the reopening of around the present figure

speeches were made. After the reading 15,891. north of Lake City and Live Oak, vroa.src .a situ ; plant here since its .. r aster. t 1

of the minutes of the meeting held Total amount paid for week, $6,- Madison, Monticello and Tallahasseeare knowing the value of such -- .'
in Lake Butler and reports from various 337.00.; sending delegations.It "< ill. 1.1 IK'u portrait ot !Mrs.\ the farmers of tho county I'ORDS! MEET: I\N CORNER
( ,,a u.u. i i"oluluc. \\ iliui our 3Utli
counties as to the members secured i New fruit set since the last coM has been .said that citrus crops I'riM,I KmFORD plus vegetables to sell, l| Ford touring curs of U. S.

for the association, Secretary will begin coming in during the next are an asset and valuable! to Florida, necessity existing here !
\ and Dock Alvarez met at
Bailey stated that he understood that ;I week and heavy shipmnts are expected yet the big, best and most profitable COUPE N1)'I'tL'ItING: : CAR when the main shipping corner of I Pratt street and Teniplo

two of the prime movers for the crop Florida has now will have for over and no market is '
proposed short route lived in Pulutka tourist. One IN: SMASH-UP: FlUU1f JIl' Fiulay afternoon resulting In
to come is. the
years thousands thousands
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upon '
\ fenders and other I
and that both were present at the this week in the Chamber of slight damage: :
', CAR OVERTURNED: ONGAINESVILLE day worth of produce \'<'ma ill I Doth t
F. J. Fearnside and Nut Williams Held for :\1" COr' Courton cars. cars were proceed- j
meeting, O. M. ROAD Commerce ofQce/ of Lake City were (Holds.\ Coupled with this
slowjy unit the
Guerry. I I representatives of three Georgia, four Charge of Drlxlng hill Under uccupants wore not
;\ sire of the liody to secure I I In the collision. j j
Mr. Fearnside related the status South Carolina, three North Carolinaand I (:
Inlliimco of Liquor.lFriday cunning man with
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Ray Colley had his Ford into '
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of affairs relative to securing state run two Virginia towns advertising i
take the ,
to
and turned completely in the over plant and LANDS) UK II \SS
aid, and how'great a mistake it over their cities and route, hhldintM tho I 1
ditch just across the bridge in Ala- I night I at 7'iIO:: o'clock the cm u scale to handle the i
would be to ask that the road be -
tate tourist. '
returning
for it and the
I of Nat Williams crashed grown
Ford
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chua of last coupe
county Wednesday night week two of local fisher-
instead of our
aid state
a highway. I There in expel'tod1OOO men at Po'Jntka -
Mr. Fearnside stated that he had recently -, week. Mr. Colley, although bruised from Valdnsta on the north, Tallahassee into the touring car driven by Thomas from tins shipping seasons.After U. A. Knight and 1). ? Carpen-
discussed the matter with and scratched, escaped, serious Injury Iimbau-rl] on Walnut street, oppo-|J a short I f, spent the afternoon at "Hunny's .j
the Sanford midDo .
west to
nn site the 11m]|< e of Dr Parks, inflict lug I I tho committee >" "
but his app.unlMl <
car was badly damaged.He v std their catch consisted of l
three members of the state rood de-
; I.ami im the south.Tho 'I I'IIU1I18. ,
stated that, seeing the oncoming severe brusn s and cuts on 1\1 r.'n.- bur of commerce to work
I hunt xxeighlng from I
partment and they agreed that thisis I n pound
of the most tar was not giving him any room officers and executive The occupants of tho touring reopening( the I plum, the I I Wo ,ami iine-liulf pounds, and the ,, II
one important connecting I
t., he his the tee alerted! tit Luke Butler ill c"mmit-I car suffered! from cub and bruises Its icpresontatixo. (ts> :-: ,
cut where out-
: links in the state and that they puss, car 1<( I I i'''( I luiss ported, for thin year, ,'
would gladly welcome legislative instructions I aide wheels were off the hard surface ImeetniT of citizens from five '' and one member of the party bail l a mei tin-<< plant mu lid inve+ t I : I :'J! |f,,,,nnd, ., taught: lix Mr. Knight .. ,

to construct it. I, and chje to the ditch when he was fast Thursday, March 5, urn as follows sprained arm dressed by a physician.. possibilities of this .. : Hindu, ; Im, sent 1 the prize to ,

Mr. Guerry stated that he had IonaapPI'eclated hit. Ills car overturned backward into I : K. S. Matthews, of Starke, and Mr. Williams wins placed In the city brought.. with him samples I \ ill,. uhin. .it wall, lie mounted. :.1l.r

the of short the ditch. The car running into him present railroad eommmioner' ; K.: J\t.j(I jail on charges of operating n car I pineapple' and grapefruit( ',, f

from the necessity a was filled with negroes and, it was I Johnson, vice-president, of Lake 'while! drunk, and reckless! driving. ales, strawberry Jam etc-, "
route western entrance to
r ler, and of the leading citizens of According to witnesses Wll- in tine Ontario plant 111 r
the state to the East Coast. I Stated, was also considerably damaged one I eye up << Rally HeldIn
Wilson I Union county; S. P. Rnilc, socretaVy- lams was driving on tho left side of J grapefruit, and -pinoapplot
Mr. and Mr. of Val-
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Stump The matter was reported to the manager. of the Chamber of Commerce the street, going: north and at a rapid I ped in car lots. front !"

dosta that their, Ga.,section were of called Georgia and I Is stated vitally Atachua county authorities but no ur- I I Lake City, secretary, find he is also clip Limbaugh was unable to pass plant for conning.: Hi- .. Lake Butler :,

interested in the construction of rests have been made secretary of the Northeast and can, ]i hctxvren a car parked nl the curb and / their intention to use

trill Florida Chambers of Commerce Williams' coupe and seeing a collision plant fur handling these. -:-::::: ''I
this it will the
route into as section open of Florida.nearest PLEADS GUILTY TO HAVINQ Secretaries' Association. I was Inevitable if ha stayed on'' ing the winter months, the .. BUllo.,', Moo, l II I'uismint, '
way every I Colonel Roy Chapman Lake City, the right: side of the street ing shipped ami trucked In .&I'
Falatka lived to her I.KJUOU IN POSSESSION I "nt the. citi/.tnx' of I'liiuii:, i '!;
reputationas
an entertainer.up Bcfoio the meetIing 1 n lending. attorney and bunker, was ed to pass to thu opposite side when'I sections bolow. Strawberry; )' tiH'l in MUSI mrclinn' to 1'iiith- :jpj

elected treasurer, with the following. tho cars met. Both earn were badly of this section would also. \ ''' the. question' of" mails.
there was concert by the Pa- ) S. L. Alvarez i'
a
plead guilty in county
latka The representative of the various counties : damaged. | a market at good pines' minutes of Man loth! xvere ,
band. entire city was in judge's court afternoonto
Thursday
forming the executive committee: hurries at tho end of tho .
Mr. Williams will be tried before j and nppioved.. .
holiday regalia, and citizenwas having intoxicating in hispossession. I ;
every liquors J. II. Ritch, of Starke, for Bradford Mayor Peek Saturday afternoon/ at 4 i shipping is no longer K.; Rol.eiti and H. S. Miller
doing his best to see that the Ho was sentenced to pay rut
I I county; E. Walrath, ofr KeystoneIlelirhts o'clock. Those fruits would' bo the on the of the Luke s}:
delegations enoyed themselves. The a line of $50 and costs and serve five I meeting
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for A. D. An-|
Clay County
; modities tn be handled
next mooting will be held in DeLandIon months in the :Short<< Route meeting '
county jail, or in lieu '
I elrexvs, of Raiford, for Union county, ANO'111EU ('AU OF VEGETABLES' of the the f'I' t '
plant, / in Pulatka on tho 12th.
Thursday, !March 10, at 1 p. in., | of the fine stand committed to the and Colonel Roy Chapman of !l.nkef : section for .
and! Governor Martin will be asked for additional 30 growing of the Lake -fl.
i county jail an days. Ity, for Columbia rountv. Chiur- !: Thursday' of lust week a solid car Iliiiloy, secretary
tanning to follow hu
,
ax I
to address the meeting. The jail sentence '' Chamber of Commercewas
was suspended nom :Matthexxs will nnnmime' his va-I of u',iMinoru. lot't Is and turnips rolled would' be their InUntion prev
pending hiti i good behavior. T. S. miiilu an interesting, and In
II.ILTRl'Cli EXPRESg"sETlVICE i noun rnmmliters nt tho Palatka meeting !r" tit I'hiliiildplim nuiikctx : the plant on as near 11 )
--- I II' UilliiinmuK, tin | / nt. VII talk on the experiences: he
ThurdllIRI'.h: I 12.: nu snpmc( baxis The
as poHsiiile. \
KINGSI.KY:
PROPERTY
I I had und what wo might expuet
The :Morprnn Express; Company is SELLING: FAST oleo stated" Hint if thu, ,

operating a daily truck express service liver l by them HUTU would .
I J. R. Kelly, of Madison, a na- I"!
between Jacksonville and, Gainesville
\ and intermediate. points. The ,I ('. L. Peek reports that during the! CHAMBER OF COMMERCE able for sale to ,hundlo us his the firm entire,was of our soil mado u rousing talk

truck calls fur and delivers express ,i past week the total number of lots without, outside uHsistunce of any occasion. lie was .

to any place within the incorporate i': sold on Kingsley lake amounted to I MINUTES OF LAST MEETING was their Intention to ; npplauilud.

limits of a town, besides taking express a thirty-eight. During the past six 'I titurke plant where it would chairman announced the fol
months he has sold a total of eighty.lour legislative committee: S. T,
at point along the road -" -'-
any thu
set to section and
between towns. The first trip was \ U ts, ail being what is culled I' Next: Session will-sic;;Held In Lastly 10 I.M'ORCK::' 'I HI CK LICENSE: : expected to entire make money on district No. I ; J. J. Farrel-

made Tuesday and it is understood back lots and not fronting on the Tonight at 8:00: O'clock LAW vestment. No. :2; S. M. Dukes, dis
lake. Streets run down to the lake at No. :11 I; W. 0. rooks, district
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that be '
as soon as arrangements can ,, link" owners who have not secure 'llrkC! locution arid
regular intervals to allow owners oi I The Bradford County;; Chamber of 4; and J. J. Hlackwolder, district
completed with the Southeastern Express I e.l their l'J-; license tugs, who are! tages of this section I 111,. (
these back lots access to the lake for Commerce met at the Court Moire l f.
will be for
Co.
accepted license
express using pleasure car tags representative us being
;bathing. at 8:00 o'clock m., A. I D. Andrews moved that this
for delivery to offices of that companyat i .-_._ --,.__. in Starke Friday p. operating trucks or using prlvntetruc.k the successful operation of '
President D. E. Knight presiding. of bonds to bo voted on bo
Hampton and Jacksonville. Mitch BANNERS: : PAINTED: Hut C. OF C. tags for operating a for hire plant Tho state highway
I Minutes of the last meeting were to $3110,000( that one-half
ell's. Drug Store is headquarters' for truck will have to explain the why this county provides n ; ,

this-service in Starke and at lIamp- Three banners four feet by eight read and approved.Mr. and wherefore to the .state deputy for trucks and tho railroad INOOUO 1 bo used In the construc

ton T. M. I Robinson, chairman of the the sh rllT of his according of the State Itoad No. 28 as now
Hagan.JACKSONVILLE feet have been painted for the 'chamI or to county, are good.
committee, reported that by the State and thtj .
publicity information the ; j..
from
ber of commerce, and will be sent to to coining At tho meeting of tho :
I :Mr. Luzon and Mr. $180,000 bo used In the
: MAN I Messrs. Robt. F. Demorest, Elmer Mr.DemoreBt, office of Comptroller Ernest Amos, commerce Friday night \ <<
I Holloway would place banners in of graded road' out
/ as
BUYS NEAR BROOKERJ. ,, Lazone and Wm. Holloway for display who has asked that the law In regard a committee was appointed '
their show tents for advertising in the moetfng of March 5th.
:M. :Music a trucker and dairy- | in their tent theatres through to licenses for trucks be strictly ing Chairman Partridge to .
Bradford County. Mr. Inman made a motion was adopted without
man of Duval county, has sold his the central and western states duringthe enforced.The the city council and bond l a

property in that county and has I coming season. motion that the publicity committee law provides for different Thursday, March 12th, in a : vote.
furnish the banners and that the Register/ moved to make lIon.
bought the 160 acre farm propertytwo These banners contain information licenses for pleasure cars and for ing. The committee: ,

miles northwest of Brooker, concerning Bradford county that can secretary write each of the gentlemen trucks according to capacity, for Messrs. I>. K.: Knight, (>. \ Kelly an honorary member of our
thanking them for their in association. !Motion carried with
known as the Ira Pinholster farm. be easily read from any part of their part private use and fur hire. Any car that and J. C. ICoblnson, laid the
: L. A. Daxj (. will.
1lr.Iusic: was in Starke during the large show tents, and will prove to be the advertising.r. seconded has been cut down and a body placed reopening tho canning
the motion and it was carried. !I road meeting was then ad.
past week and completed the deal. valuable advertising for this section. thereon for hauling comes under the members of tho council

lie states that he will .grow truck almost During the season the three com Mr. Robinson reported that the truck classification and the tag must tees. and asked that the and called together again to
slogan by Mr. E. L. Brown had been the organization of cham
exclusively and haul to Jacksonville panies will show to thousands! of people be a truck license tag. the plant from taxation for a
"Where the loll! rewardstoil" for Union
where he has ready markets. in the main towns through the accepted! Owners of trucks in this vicinity of five years and to commerce county.
and that the prize had been A. D. Andrews was elected
central and western states. and many who are operating them under/ theC. light and water the plant
REPLACED WITH I awarded! to Mr. Brown. and Jesse Johnson, seers
FIRE BELL license should the
will be attracted to this part of Florida tag secure proper cost for the same period.
SIREN through this medium. Mr. Inman reported for the com- tag at once as they are subject to After discussion the ,
mittee metting with the city councilof Baily again to aiili-
.--- --- arrest slid fine by any shcrilf or deputy. to exempt the plant frQm I came our
The old fire bell on its high tower SMALL: FinE WEDNESDAY: Starke relative to concessions to for that period of with his experience and ad-

near the city hall, used for years to mittee meeting with the city council during that time to years which was accepted, with much

give the fire alarm in Starke, was Sparks igniting the shingles : council would exempt the said cannery Ga.: to points In South Florida. The and ( .
water at The
lowered from its lofty perch Monday: around the kitchen flue of the residence -: from city taxes for five years Lake City-Palatka Short Itoute Is extend the cost. line town folowmg committee to secure

afternoon after several days spentin on Court street opposite the i and the bond trustees would furnish meeting with approval from all.parts street to the newer plant. for membership: J. J. Far.

strengthening the supports. Super- courthouse, caused a small fire Wed- water and lights at cost. of the State. council the" L. B. Ritch, N. E. Roberts, It, .

intendent Clark had charge of the nesday afternoon at 6 o'clock. The Mr. Inman reported on the meeting It was decided that the next meeting portance appreciated of the Dennis Robnrts, Geo. W.

work and when it was first started he siren gave the alarm but the flames held at Palatka that a very bo held at Lawtey Friday, March tho benefit It reopening will bo Noah Taylor, Lonnlo Summers
tho
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discovered that the braces and strutsof were extinguished by volunteers before astic meeting was held and enthusI-1 20th. well Krooks and J. J.' Blackwelder.
as to the entire county
the tower were in bad shape and the fire appratus arrived. I tended by delegates from C. A. FUTCH Secretary. pressed themselves as "at I meeting then adjourned to bcli
had be strengthened. The bell together
to I again next Tuesday! ,
W. C. Caldwell, editor of the Jasper ready and wiling to lend .
weighs nearly a ton but it was safely hand : Inst at 2:30: o'clock p. m.
and B. B. to aid
News, County Judge any
well-earned rest. I Is
lowered to take a fully expected that
en-
The electric siren will be installedon Johnson, of Jasper, were in Starke Chamber of Commerce Meeting citizens try for the and benefit the of the I citizen will got beho every! this
last Thursday. They were returing /
top of the tower where it will be I try." I / and push it to .ucce ..
the meeting of
home after attending
.
final test. It has not proven
given a .
irr its present location the Lake City; Palatka Short Route The firm has been of men will begin work this .

satisfactory efficient on Association at Palatka and while in Lautey Tonight Friday 8:00 I action taken ba the town completely remodeling the
and unless it proves more I ,
,
and definite
the office a answer Is and have
the tower the bond trustees will reject Starke paid Telegraph a I I same In readiness far
within a few days. It U
call. I l .
it and order another type. I I a. ?4







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rACE BRADFORD COUNTY TELB f.RAPB. STARKB. FLORIDA. FRIDAY MARCH: 20. 1923.SALLIE : .

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Ii j FAULTY NUTRITION I drinking carbolic acid She was at the Tallahassee $1,500,000:; bonds t,o Jacksonville-Moose lodge! to bUIld

Many of the aliments of [ home of her grandmother Mrs. Ritch, bf voted on for improvement of Leo n $00,000; hospital at Moosehaven hum-
: | grown county roads. of aged and dependent rnpmbeis.
7 j [ at the time.
; I people may be traced to faulty I
nutrition. Well-fed children 'I Her mother is an inmate of the
yv*& aliens adults withstand weakness better or I'I State hospital fur Insane, and "the nation could ro"1'- -i.-n for. The
only : tn.it. i '.' I i-
I than those who I family had just received a letter i tlIl1C' i ir.jun
indifferently .
I are Uutmir not lack of cunfi'li'! .
condition
her was
that
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------- father had just return-
-- I improved her -
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SEES SALLIE FROM FLORIDA MINERAL Scott's Emulsionsupplies led I I from a hospital where he had undergone gresniotittl Secretary committee Weeks tells t t.: .... C,i.n-.
I INDUSTRY BOOMS an operation and a young
VIEWPOINT"Yen ;
A NEW : ''brother holds no grudge against Bnuiiii.fr-
: --4- had! been very ill for sometime General Mitchell for telling! the

in spite of your sarcasm The State Hat 2$ )Mineral Springs the weakened child or I and it Is supposed 1 that despondency truth and that he has n.- t'.o..g;K

.I t that's It!" his emotion sobered megain. Distributing Wafer Now .n.n. I adult with food-factors! that over these things was the of disciplining General MiM.vll
other foods often fad to furnish cause of the rash act. That is welcome.: The people:
(
March 18.-That Flor- in needful volume. Funeral was held Sunday after. C} tf would like to think that that :.
"I love you," he continued fierce- Tallahassee, noon, conducted by Rev. F. W. Cramer is not kept from them by ulHciaithrer !
ly, "and 1 don't want to touch you ida'i! mineral water Industry is grow- I Not a great deal of Scott's j" and Interment made at Sapp cem \1>.
again. I said you were everything 1 iod for which complete return figurcn! Emulsion Is needed-but a little

bad dreamed of, but you're nothing compiled on the tota 1 output, that regularly often means I etery. ._ By Arthur Brisbane ';r..ce say the greule-l b.VtU-
fit that. You're fluff-there's nothing for 1923, the last twelve months per- stored vigor and of tee: human/ rav is to bot ale"i.ht
J real about you. Nothing but surface iod for wrlch complete return figures; to those who are re-ll WILLIAM CONE; in! i-cU H.iil. .nicii ,"OI.IC gemm.
!1 In your makeup. art available. These figures com- in vitality or who are I JAMES SIMPSON'S PREDICTION. 'lhosf t''v.. tiermedo: : infl'iitty!
; Lake Butler, March 11.-William harm thou was done-
riied: by State Gtjo'ojrht Il.-nnurr ii! r- more ever
I closed For the first time sent: A 110_.. Bloomficld X.I. ..-M MAN'S GREATEST WAR.
my eyes. .
all wil; !iteasls and
his the : poi-
I ter show that 1,097,197!! gallons were Cone of this city diM suddenly at by or.-
I in my life, 1 was having my soul GET YOUR MONOPLANE.THE oui reptile that men have gradu-
sold for $131,781, a price of approxi- j I home Wednesday, March 4, at 2
tripped bare and strange though niately 12-12 cents a gallon. I I'INTERESTING Ii I' o'clock p. m. lie was born January QUEEN BOBS HER HAIR. ally conquereu. Insects and
the experience was I was thrilled to I i plant insects destroy billions every
29 1S68 In Union formerly
innermost The state now has twenty-five mineral county, In and! forests. Arid
my being. springs developed to the point I r' 'a )part of Bradford and has! lived in year crops millions of lives
"Go on, I want to hear everythingyou LAKE RESORT :Manufacturers that produce, germs destroy
this all his life. He
where they are distributing wate, it : county practically
II
have to say. My voice was calm. merchants that distribute and
,
Is stated.! These springs are not con- had been sick for several months! al.
with
I held chin high. There was no desire for Yo'ung! Men courage and
workers employ-
to my rather an to fined to any particular section of the'' Your reporter recently enjoyed a | though not confined to his bed all the thatfpen.J\: ambition TURN YOUR MINUS
escape eagerness state but nearly every county in. visit at the Cady home and rerrea- time. ment on generally prosperous con- TOWARD FLYING. Ex-servicu
from the real I
leG a new perspective Florida hall one or more sources of ton place known as Kmgsley Parkon I Mr.\ Cone was an old farmer of this ilitlons will be interested In one men t'.at flew in the war cheer up.
Sallie, a girl whom it had taken Cur- mineral water of reputed medicinal the shore of beautiful Kingsley 'section and was highly respected by paragraph of a letter just received H'riij-y Ford and ,his son are

ties Wright to reveal. I value. Their main chemical constituent Lake Starke's splendid summer re 'all the citizens of this place. lie wes from Mr. James Simpson, Ares; building all-metal monoplanes and

"You're a toy balloon. Yes, by God, : are lime magnesium, iron potassium sort. :Mrs. Cady is enthusiastic on ''honorable and honest and dearly be- dent of Marshall Field< & Company.Mr. small -lirigibles with all-metal'

that's it, and why?" he hurried en, chlorine, sulphur and other J growing plants, fruit, vegetables I Joved by all who knew him lIe leaves gas, Th'al's containers opportunity.Be .
: \
"because J'ou've let the Great God bulbs shrubs flow. 'to mourn hU death wife and two
constituents.One I I trees, vines and a Simpson whose business far
Pleasure kiss your lips and you've ers. She has demonstrated what can 'daughters, Mrs. Cecil Townsend, of
of the
striking examples of exceeds one hundred millions a among the first to get one of
breathed Into him all the fineness all I 'Jacksonville
be successfully grown on the pine Miss! Annie Cone, of
Florida mineral springs in in Marion writes the monoplanes that will "fly 1 H'lni1es
f the realness that is A beautiful year :
you. oak soil surrounding Kingsley Lake. |'Titusvllle, and a son, Seeber Cone and "lIe1u.lload
where hour, a
county a corporation announced ( an carry
1 Jewel box with," he hesitated as if he several! days the purchase of I' An hour or more viewing her work ;!''who was with his parents, besides "Business (pr the year starta, oJ 1J of 2,000 pounds.
would halt the words that fell, "with ago well with: uS, and the general
{ I .
,' 'some RO.OOO acres of land for the and hearing her talk la very pleasant many friends and relatives. very Such a machine once r* knows
.1; ) the molt precious jewels gone." of site for ,tad Instructive In the study of bot- |I' Interment was made at Dekle cemetery feeling of confidence Is developing how to run it, should enable a
} I "Stop!" I cried, "you can't say that sanitarium.purpose developing The waters the! of that a any. Your reporter was much surprised Rev. F. W. Cramer of the with just enough conservatism to young man of the right kind to
; t ;you don't know what you've insinuat / earn $100 a day. And that sum,
: spring, according to made at the great variety being grown i Methodist Episcopal! church, officiating. make me feel certain that we are
an
analysts .
; I. ed. I've sat quietly, heard you through: by the state chemist contain nearly ''by her on the sandloam soil of Kings- A host of relative and friends entering upon a period of sound load"$600 a to week carry home would each be> a Saturday."useful
) and about a great many thlngh you ley shores. 'attended to pay their last respects.! and activity."
\ have been right but not that not five thousand parts of total solids per business development .Information writ to Henry
-
t I that!" million parts of water, of which chlorine As to fruits she has cherries, Pomegranate Ford, or better still, to Edsel For# .
OCALA IS INTERESTEDIN =
I I An acorn fell. was 1238 parts. This propor- apples, (two kinds) pears, !SALT SPRINGS SALE Mr. Simpson's opinion does not Dearborn, Michigan.
,- 1 tion is from ono-fourth to onefifthas (two kinds) eight varieties of retail
reflect the enormous
The merely
stillness of a tomb enveloped TO WEALTHY SYNDICATEOcala = :
I I' the late afternoon. high in solids as seawater. I peaches, three kinds of plums figs; business done by !Marshall Field tt Mark this prediction: Within

; I Still he spoke no word. I The state also abounds! In sulphur mulberries, apricots nectarines, German March 14-Ocala Is much Interested Company in Chicago.The twenty years a million Americans
I springs, this constituent found, that now ride In automobiles, labeled -
I "Do being i prunes oranges satsuma tangerines in the announcement of the
you really think, voice wholesale of
\ my In almost all) of the springs It In]I and other varieties, persimmons I sale of the famous Salt Springs department "Ford," will fly in airplanesalso
sank to a whisper, "that I'm-I'm property Marshall Field biggest in the labeled Ford and go 100
stated The waters from at least tree blueberries! quince bananas -
bad?" located in the eastern part of
I :, i one spring in the state rhubarb, ( United: States reaches into every miles on a gallon of gasoline and
charged ,
so
"Don't ask me that, don't Sallie. I are pecans grapes scuppernong -I the county across the Oklawaha River no tire wear.
t have no right to judge." with magnesium as to give tho Ellen Scot carman Flor- to a syndicate of wealthy men'' corner of the country, doing business -
spring its name. ida malage Concord), improved with thousands of merchants.
from various of the
"But you know you know that no ,, I parts country. I The Queen of Belgium bobbed
1 -- vON --- blackberries and
strawberries )
I There Is better test of national
matter flow frivolous I that : While no statement has been made no
am- -- PROBE OPENED= her hair and there is much excite
"But whut am I to thick when you llir.filNnOTHAM! ., clef list of vegetables includes by the new oweners it Is believed conditions than the story ment. Kings and Queens take up

i""'o",i hold your kinses and caresses no i| i English peas cabbage, cauliflowers, I' that they are planning to establish told; on the books of that gigantic new ideas cautiously. The Kingof
.. lightly. When you admit that you allowed Crow City, March, 13.-Investigation Chinese cabbage turnips, kahcrabl, an elaborate health resort city, as the firm. England; still drives to the open-
] Ted Billings to kiss you. Hut, e>t the alleged complicity of|I spinach beets carrots, onions, lettuce springs long have been noted for the ing of Parliament in a gilded

i r ]let's not quibble It's tho principle i Thomas W. Higginbotham, John II.Wlndorn. radish Irish potatoes, tomatoes j medicinal qualities of the waters. The duty of each citizen Is to believe coach drawn by six or eight
i Sallie. Don't you sec that you can't E. O. Priest, W. G. McRane I|1 squash, watermelon, cucumbers, as- I The property contains 44,000 acres and say that prosperity la cream-colored horses. And h 0

hold out this way long Even I If you'' and Charles Hart in the death of pnragua, cantaloupes, beans, sweet I having thirty-two miles of water here that'it will remain and grow, wears although a crown everybody on State knows occasion thatthe

haven't crossed the narrow line?" Lewis Barker, a negro, will begin here I corn peppers. | frontage, and the price paid Is said I' and that this nation will realize to crown has long been the prop-
I remained still too still. It was a today with the convening of a special Her vines and flowers include red ,, to have been a large one. the full Its extraordinary position erty of the House of Commons. If
L.; relief when he spoke again term of the circuit court. I honeysuckle white honeysuckle, cinnamon | Carlyle, creator of "Sartor Resar-
"And I loved,I like I love( Hiirginhotham already Is under $20- madeira coral vine, flame | The best part of potatoes lies next rid opportunities among the nations tus," were here he would f 1inddet'p
I morrow's sunrise.you I can't that to-I 000 bond for appearance in court for a i vine, wonder, bignonia, Yrumpet, yel- | the skin. Rub the well cleaned potatoes of the world. meaning In the QueenlK
can only love and be help chained, !second, trial under charges of murder low jasamine, Joan of Arc Jasamine with fat before baking, and they I We have everything tat any bobbed hair.
I from you an a result of the death of Martin moon vine Japanese potato will be delicious I
chained the knowledge
away you, by bO'an-j
of what thrown Tabert, North Dakota man who villla/ verbenin petunia, phlox, .- -- -- ----- ..
you've -- -- ---- --
I he continued, "ami, the saddest away part died after a flogging alleged to have lardio, geranium periwinkle, pansies, I .

of it I is that you can get it all back." been administered by Higginbotham/ sweet peas nasturtiums, Sweet Wil-
: My heart beat In n Florida! lumber camp. Tried In ,:liam, violets Columbia, asters, zen-
I high
I '.'lIut he 1U23: :!, Higginbotham was convicted of ,'nia, corn flower, Iark-spur, poppies) .
never will
i his you shouldors with the straightened sentence second, degree murder and sentenced I'cosmos, dahlias, burning bush, calli'UPHJS "This Is My Town"A
,' to twenty in the Japanese sunflowers '
state
1 I he, had pronounced. "So! we're through years prison, a
I ; with each other, Sallie. We'll have to; second trial being grants I later. I j I As to bulbs she has Easter lilies,

l I : be after this. I'll take your beauty The five men are believed by authorities ,amgnllis, narcissus, tulips, hya-
to know cynths, iontillinna, ixinn
for comfort. Your loveliness something of the (crosus iris
my that's '
I di.nppearnnce of Barker who had gladiola, jonquils, spider lily milk- t
flown
will bo drenm. That's '
: i my all I'll
been missing since tin-|nnd-wino lily ginger lily pRJ
j have to cherish of. the girl I've adir14. October 1921, goUlon-day
Forgive me, if you can for saying- til his body wa found n ihort distance |lily, tubroses, ismene, cannus Chinese ,.,
from the plant of tho lumber sacred lily. I
the things I have had to nuy. There's
l' pnly one word for what I've been. A'' company for which HiKginbotham! I Trees and shrubs as folows: Red I
V: (Fad." I II was "whipping boss," I!ICbm, magnolia boxeldar, dogwood,

I i He clamored front the car, heedless I I I'NION COUNTY' RESIDENCE= I crepe myrtle golden; alder, nlamanda I'

3 ef the pnjn ho hud 'nused. HU word I Iunu | ('OM 1'LhrF.IY( : I DESTROYED1 cape jasamine uzulin, bridal wreath,
!r'-t omotlgnlasH! ri hybiscus (eight varieties), lumbago
& we } shout j I ---- I II 10 ill
miles without tears [ Lake Butler, March 12._Today. a grandifloru, angel trumpet,
,
lie t. ,', .'" 'In tJ>.. direction of t Inhnut noon the residence of O. W.1 I forsythin; butterfly bush flowering .
__ tVUa ,,.V ... ._.. ,. .. shout' six!! ,miles from! Lake I willow, poinsettia, poincienn /genistahower I ';:..
,
.' the wood! ahead, Then turned only to Prlrci" of vol Butler Midway" caught AraiFrom
;,
henlUte, then murmur plte >u>ttyt near \ .
I stop, sparks from the flue( falling 0111 I viburnum, rotten (thirty varieties), I .
"And I love you more than life ItlIelf ulennder holly cabbage palmetto,.
thf roof. The loss was practically lo- ,
and oh I want you "0." Now, all lovers of botany should'
tal. The house with and
smoke meat /
He walked like a man to his death bo interested in a study of the foregoing -
< j and I followed silently behind. lard was all destroyed LOBS $2.riOO I If you visit Mrs. Cady she I'
of :
with insurance $500.
When tho path widened for a f..wE. will he delighted to make you know I I I
t This homo was occupied( by Mr. J JSpires' I l
rods I withoutwords t
E. came to his side and prize all. 11
I J. C. Branncn and r 1
son-in-law
and. when I hand in !
!put my I Her home and gardens, overlooking IGG2st
I his, he Irt it wtay. Suddenly I \Whim family. tho lovely silver lake enjoys I

start and, draw bin'k. He lookoclquiekly ,hook of hit hand--the only ono I hllII1t',1. 'i bathing, boating, fishing, swings
: j down. He had, fell. the )burnIng ,
I I pavillion with tables and benches and
molhturo of n * f' ----- in shady grove.

'i I. a ,. .I .I II' This, spring she will Install the I
(C.ubycle Lighting System in home |

and. ,cottage on pavillion pier and in j
:ilriMMntf, Mrs. ''
rooms. Cody
keeps a'
: > ,clean" quiet place for rest and rvcrea- I
I Cushman Offset MotorsFor
I lion where no unseemly conduct will i 1I I It'
I be tolerated.. She is doing a splendid '
work on the line of progress and I I

hoiilil be encouraged by all.

.. I ; Reporter._ 4
CnililisKITCHSunday
j

r.- .t afternoon at 4 o'clock. pledge of citizenship is an enthusiastic and whole-hearted sup

IntertypesLinotypes :Mi-, Silvia Sybil Ritch became the port in act and thought, of Starke, its ideals, its institutions, its homes,

Inill.of Mr. F. Emory Cnbbs, at the I
its attractiveness its
IIOIIHof, the bride in Raiford advantages, its business and of your neighbors.

I(I The ('''''''IIIO"yVIIS performed by I j I When any individual or local organization make an effort for a bigger

. '_t and Rev.ring. ceremony F. W. "ramer being, used.the beautiful A few and better Starke they deserve and have a right to expect! the loyal sup-

Linographs relatives and friends were present. port of every citizen. At that moment they represent Starke and there

ia I The bride is the attractive daughI -
should be no bickering backbitu factional which
no
g or disagreement
.' of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch. Jr.i'
II I
and has hosts of friends who will be I will detract from gaining the objective.

: I The last word in power. Compact unit. Quickly Interested In her marriage. She was '
I | charming in an ensemble. suit of blue Only in proportion to our combined; efforts can we hope to makeour

I operation.a f ?* u flat The crepe groom with isI accessories prosperous! to match.young town more attractive and more prosperous. No matter the size,

man of Kissimmco, being engaged ,I every town is too small in number of citizens, to grow when part of

One cf. lho,e motors has jut I been ec'dcd? lo the Brcdfcid i piece.l in the Ho turpentine and his bride business left for at their that' its folks take their money and trade to other centers. Our interest in

t" County Telegraph equipment. home there following' the ceremony. state and national prosperity is not diminished through a strict loyaltyto
x I I.lk.Dutler Times. I
', home affairs and town development. On the contrary, when we
.:' Wr.l.'fcr OrU.I. TOl-NO:' GIRL COM111TS i
; build
StlCIDET R.t1FOIlfI an up-and-doing, prosperous and progressive town we add to our

1 I state's assets, and, likewise to the nation's. ,. '
.
Ruiford r.rAI'l'hl .:" A gloom of I _. -

CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO. adness, was cast over the community I

I nf Raiford Saturday afternoon when I Let Us Make Starke Better
Town !
Concord, N. H. it became known that Reulah Mann, I a

need 19 enr.s. a daughter of M. V.I I
'_.r ,,- -7 ...--- Mann had committed, suicide hy
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELB GRAI'H. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE TIIREH
_____ __Y.IARCn_ :_ ___ __ _n 21)).. 1921 u _:_ .
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.....- HOW'S THIS? al Rond and Bridge District No. R. 'I 0 ? '

IHII.'S! CVrARIIll !HKt>in\B will Fort :Sleude-New; school l building! c
do what we claim for It-r?,' yo, r >ystimof
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph
to be eructed here.
Catarrh or I> afnen caused ly Mr f/lY.St ,ft7 9N '
("..--......-I..+-...-..-...--..-, .-- -"-"' **\ I Can: .
.!"'' CATAHIIH MKItiriXR: cor.l Plant City Approximate) ) 1,000 "
,lets l of theernel an calnrrhnl Olnimrnt' which... e UukKt.liallevrs whichthrough : I 000 quintal strawberries shipped ,
: Live State News I ". T ( M dllrn>, a Tonic. from district this season, prior toJanuary \
I m the Blond on the MIK-OII 23.Jacksonville. .
iw ...-.w..w..N..r.w..wr..w..a.www.w..r rn..rr u-J -urfaieg. thus restoring normal condti I .__ "- ....-.. v :-' __,

i b U1 by drulIrr.ls: for over 40 Your Preliminary Construction __
Told by Our Exchanges | F. J. CheneY & Co.. ToUdo. Ohio.
work started on waterfront .-

I I improvident project, includuut new
------ dock and several warehouses.Fort .
has Old Town within its boun-
I City it
Sanford-This city i is claiming the ;i Tampa-Frank Newman"! 55 years dan ce. Laudeitlah 50-room hotel 1 AsPimSAY
oldest bobbedhairuman in the I old negro from whose head was re- -- -
country. She went to one of the local ; moved four and a half inches of file' Tallahassee-Ellis Woodworth of to be constructed at'Fourth street and

barber niops a few days ago and ordered recently, is in a local hospital undergoing I, Tampa, and J. B. Brinson of Madison Andrew avenue.

her locks bobbed. It developedthat treatment. Following/ the were reappointed as food, drug
she was 88 years of age. [ ation he returned to his home oper-I and fertilizer inspectors by Governor Fort l\h'ers-Lucal Elk lodge to 'w -

([ Petersburg and went to work Martin under the original law which !erect handsome home. "H-VM'K l ASPlIv'IN"and INSIST!
Key West-Local citizens went to I conditions arose which called requires the governor to appoint -
the polls to vote on a proposed $2- medical treatment and he returned I| "four food drug and fertilizer Inspectors Davenport-Work on $5 OUOO malt

650,000 bond issue for continuance of I here. His condition is said not to be I for the chemical division. of theI paving project progressing rapidly.ApopkaIfoman's Unlo! :: ... .\cii .- ,,' ; !:1: "Hi! I.\'r i 1",-."" "mi i thktmi\ ;.ire
the Oversea I I stated the ,file had :I I budget -
work
on llillhwaand/ of ognVultuie. The
department
imbedded I Civic League to not .'ltil\\ tht': ijiMiiiiiK1 Ht\or\ \- piiin prn\i.\l safe; <
'
<
construction of a boulevard aroundthe |I' been in his head 23 years I commission under former Governor ; ;

city. It is believed that the l issue Vo during a light I Hardee appropriated funds for build clubhouse. i I by million anti pri'scribcJ: t In.: plu iwiaus. 2-!.J dears; for

will curry by a large majority. I 'five food, Drug fertilizer and oil in- 533 new homes costing more than

Marlanna-The'chainber of commerce :]' specters) for which they hail no authority $300,000: under construction in i Colds.-llcaJache 1 Neuralgia Lumbago
Tallahassee Judge Lewis of has on exhibition a monster 'I I
l Amos I| in law, according to the opinion Orange county,
the fourteenth judicial circuit has I turnip perhaps one of the largest I|I rendered to Governor Martin by Attorney I (Pain Toothache Neuritis' Rheumatism
been assigned by Governor Martin fo | ever produced in Florida. Tho turnip I II l i Generay Uuford. Oflloiuls of dormant -- $100,000 worth tif
preside over circuit court for Washington -I was presented hy Prof. H. '1'. Gilmore the chemical and agricultural depart- bulbs being planted bore this year. I II Accept only "Bayer" package
county in the trial of cases of Academy of this city. It WUB" produced (I wont declared that the two Inspec- '
being which
I Palmetto Myrtle street contains proven directions.
-
Uncle: Aaron aged Sa1ee
the First National Dunk of Chipleyvs. by Gilmore an tors reappointed were very efficient and I
John T. Britt and the /State vs. and respected colored citizen of Jackson and they look forward to placing the widened between Central street (II bads "HR'I'r" 1"'In "t 12 tahleta
Aim Uanfurd and L. K. Johnson. county on his farm twelve miles inspector department on a efficient Lemon avenue ,\1.0 hUlll" or 2' and 100-Unaugist.. .
of this The which is the 110.'. war_ or u..r Mananecturu .f tloavarrtk.chk.ter" of $lrrlKMl4
Judge D. J. Jones, was disqualified east city. turnip, basis. I I Telephone service in Clermont and uptrta I. .. -
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of the purple top flat Dutch variety
in the two cases. Mineola to be doubled. I
came from a November planting and Pensacola-Eugene Love is near Atkinson, of Wuldn, Miss Alphie lii\v the bond' trustee the line of the
Tampa-Police are hunting a man tipped the scales at ten pounds, being the point of death and W. A. Brown, Okeechobee-Development of 15,- !Hodges, of Slarke! were visitors. at old county jail property for the storing
named Payne who beat and robbed twenty-eight inches in circumference. former sheriff of Bay county is being 000-acre tract west of city, includesnew talc homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. of equipment. J
Miss Louise Crouch as she was sitting -
I and subdivision of 20-(
townsite
in automobile in front of sought as a result of a battlei !Hodges Sunday. I I Mr. Toroilo nmile a motion that the I
a
an .
hotel. She told the police that the \ Harris thteman I I i I late last night between a sheriff's : acre farms. Mr. and! Mrs. J. K. Adklns,! and two proposition) be aecepteil. !Mr. Burden!
Car"VI1eSumpter I II
(j posse and rum running suspects near contracts awardedin daughters attended the funeral of second the motion and it was carried.Mr. .
man with whom she was acquainted, who told officers he fired the Total building
I
Panama. Fin. it became known. Mrs. Joe Andrews Sunday at Crosby Bitch and Mr. Matthews were appointed -
jumped into the car struck her and shot which killed Prohibition Agent ;I City, Florida In 1021: amounted! to $115- !'

escaped with her wrist watch and J. E. Bowdoin while the latter was 'I According to the message.. received_____Lu I II 025,800 increase of 52 per cent over cemetery.II. and, Hay Goodge, '' a committee to investigate
nere, :snenit: HOODS of nay county K. McKinney: the necessary repairs.
1JJ23.
purse. shooting at Harris and has :]
I party I and his met the automobile on of Sampson City, motored hero Friday .
posse Inmiiii and Bitch made a proposition
' been released under bond in the
sum
Bradenton The United State the coming into Panama I..nkclnnd1d to bo opened! for afternoon. I
; I of $20,000. That sum was fixed by the highway of fleet insurance to cover all the
''. I I I orders of the sheriff to work $700,000 sewer project. I
authorities on
postal have approved commissioner and friends of Harris I City. Upon ... .. maintenanceequipment.' No action
.i f plans for a new post office and arcade lost time in the halt occupants of the automobile WOOPL.VWN ions taken on this matter.
; no making up required NEW; U1VKK \
I
; block at Manatee, work on which will amount and securing release of tired a volley of shots, receiving but The engineering department submitted -
instituted The is ''one shot in return before they speeded Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Norman of
. be soon. building t o I the aged man who sustained a broken New River March'0.B.! F. Hen- preliminary .surveys of road!
comprise nine store rooms and post. off. Sheriff Hobbs and his posse froo visitor to Lake Butler\ Jacksonville were the guest of rela .
leg and other wounds in the encounter was u No. 11), from road Due to Hampton.On
office space on the first floor, and will I were slow in starting the pursuit but Lives here Monday. of troubles
with the federal agent. Ill feeling Friday. account right-of-way
", have an upper story to be used alt after dri'lnubout/ a mile in the direction business trip Miss Gladys Norman was the instructed, make
'over the shooting has died down here, S. C. Crews made a '' the engineer wan to
office rooms. It will be of hollow tilt I I taken by the fugitive found I guest of relatives in the Water Oak' between
road l
but a cooperative sentiment for eradication to Starke Monday another survey leaving one -
and stucco.Slnatuti'ridny. r l of the "moonshiner" has de- their car parked! ja, J,0rc lyiflff on Mr. and \Mrs. Mallery Thomas and section SunJuy. I the farms of L. A. Wynn and! ,
.. !I ty:%: ground wounded. A gallon jug of Mrs. T>. L. Phillips was shopping InUiwtcy '
U-; jeloped, officers declare : children and Mrs. W. J. Johns ofStnrke. i 4U.I. Itrown.
d r : ? afternoon [
13th; proved y whiskey found the nutomoI /Saturday 1
I was near ..notur?d hero Sunday. .t. W. Andrews, Jr., made a proposition -
veal hoodoo for Miami Beach jvherSI. I I Misses Debbie and Marguorito
l I whom
j Miami C"Thtun; : Iran bile. The other occupant, .TfWi'l Wiggins, of Aluohua,
W. Miss tho old
N.; EgorolT office engineer, leflhiii t JO, of Phillips, Oscar Carter: and t'bailuy to the hoard to trade in
motor car standing While he mailed : I ami, airplane mechanic, was in- I Snei'liY! tuhbn Drown and his.had men made say theyI his I spent the \\eek-enil here with home Mitchell attended commencement. :! FordHon nllmvlng $:!B.OO) for same.

a letter. Thieves nu.Uo off with),I stonily killed when his skull was I recognized HS folks. sv-rvice-s at Luwtoy Suiuluy ovoning. |I Upon motion the proposition was ac-
escape\ and i! waPensacolaThe x still at large. I>. Crews. und n. J. Turner! were .
B
the automobile and specifications and I1 cleft hy a foqr- bladed! propeller run- I I Mr., and Mrs. J. S. Norman were cepted.A
plans of the entire sewer, sidewalk. nfng at top speed. on an II typo xoaI Jimgling intercuts I visitors to Starke :Saturday. visitors to :Start: !: Hundiiy afternoon.I communication was recei'ea; '; i

and street construction program oi fplane; I I anchored near the coast guard :Sarasota: .MacIfrfOi. Square OunleM ;Miss I IK'/ lirniinon, of Lake ('>run lover, of Stui'ho', was n from T. C, I lawn rt-lalU-o!\ to f Hitch In

Miami Houch for 1925' representingnbout I| station on the causeway. Thaxton, I"f and Uinirling Uros. fame, have jut; spent" lust week! here guest. of lJutlel'\I liusiiu-KH visitor hero Thursday. front of his mother's place pn road,

$1,500,000: and six1 month| : employed on the piano by A E. Engi (I purchased the entire holdings, In Went tivoa and friends Carl! Ruttier and Charley Mitchell one, tutu;! reniiesting that tho' board
work. A frantic search for the i' luml, of Little River, had started the I G. L(;. Porter motored to Starke attended the how at the State I"urIl11| 1 put. n .pipe. In this ditch. *

car is being made.r plane preparatory, to flying to another I compris-ing I ) Monday. Saturday evening. j Tho secretary was instructed to

,I' anchor spot in the buy. His foot I acres of land. Its location i.s in Santa Messrs. Royce, Galney, Buddie'. and Miss' Ruby Rosier,, who la altond- "litr; ." Mr. llnsen that the board was
Tallahassee-The state road department slipped throwing his head beneath Livingston Russ, of Brooker motored l
Ho"atn.1. Okaloosa counties, just Hi'liool weeknti not in position t,. put In private
in at Iwiwtey spent, the -
has let j the / the
of
the contract for construction speeding propeller binds her Kunday.Mr. ; /. / "
E.seambia
of St. Mary's' bridge, on the I which severed the top of his. skull and across it is announced bay that from Pensacola this vast, unit Mrs. D. M. Dowllng of here. with_.her.. pHreiitn.. crossings It .?,...... ,
derided Hint I
--- ------ wes ( the tractor dom"M'nil .
Florida-Georgia line, north of Jacksonville and Hurled his body into the water.. tract will be immediately developed, Jacksonville, were guest of Mrs. W. !\MP.F/riN: Or"'" BOND 'IfWK'I'Ef:4:: ', ion/ be held, at 1.lIwlt.yIlIrch\ .;;
to the Pensacola ShlpbuiU- M. Hodges Sunday.
millions dollars
of being expended in 12.
;t' ing Company, Pensacola, and work Tallahassee three Collections on thestate's 'converting it into the show place of I Miss Iva Hodges has gone to Jacksonville Thu Kunrd l ot Bond; Trustees ol'., ..._-

k is expected to begin at once. The contract cent gasoline tux during ]I West Florida. Porter Brothers huvupartially for n visit with friends.. Bradford county. Honda, mat. lit No Worms In a healthy I Child,,
.v cnlls for completion of work in representing gasoline. sales of 15- I the :511and Mrs. N. G. Moody and chil- Starke in regular wxMon March :a i, All lillilri-n, 'IniiihlKl with Worma
t..uctI have
:200:: days, which will give next win- I January, amounted to $-l.><),20 1.2: with thousands developed. of Sutsumas large dren and Mrs. Belle Johns, of Long with all members present. niHillliy ,,,'"., wliu'It 'Imllculfa' 1 four bluul., end an a un-. a
206,871 gallon, it was disclosed today ,grapes, ) rule HUTU I In ... I
ters' tourist traffic a much better I blueberries Rntlu'p, were guests of Mrs. M. L.Johns !MinuteH of the lust nii'etlng were "" or leu toinaili illMiirrwnrn.
and plums. This feature ( Rr1VESTAslea.xxshlll'roNlegivenrrgularly: / I
by tabulntlons in the comptroller's "
East Const route to travel than ever I Sunday.Messrs. read mill approved.Mr furlwnnr. Ilirmi mi-k will ..
will\ be continued and enlarged but enrich llm hlm l, Imlituva I
before. office. Tho January ligures showed Ciisey Atkinson and Allen : I I. II. Hill tiIhr/ l>o.ir: ,| ....f ihn illihmiliui.aiiil, .... 01"<;">nnralSinnililipnlnil -
i gain of nearly $50,000 December this will be only a small part of the I Tonic in I hit '
a wlmlinymmn
Nmura
will
over thou
Thiim.ii, of Breaker, and/ Morris Pearson oiinly" DiiiiiiisHioiic'iH reported 1 that ,.
I development work for Richard T. hrow "If..r 111.111. 111 h wmiim. anil ihnChllil will IM
Tallahassee-The state chemists'Hi when the collections totalled ell'' Lhe ...II11t."I.,. \voiili, |
-if White Springs and f I'in" j iud 'MMI 'i- In iHirrm.1 haft I'lraiaul to lah. eau boiUa.
i -F I Ringling, the owner of the largestIlolstein per
, \ ision, of the Department of Agriculture 9400,820.12. Two-thirds of the income
.: paid Into the General Revenue from this source !goes into the state registered herd In the world, ---
: Fund during the year 1924 a total I road department's fund for building will\ bring from his Montana ranch I

of l'.t,6S5.03: it i K shown in a report -[ state roads and the remainder is returned half of this herd and breed these ':
of State Chemist R. E. Rose. to the counties in equal thoroughbreds on an even larger i -1
'.. After deducting! $34,8'JC.'I\ :; the total amounts to each of the sixty throe scale than he has in Montana. !Modern i .
: expenses of the division incident to | counties. I dairies will be established on the II :

4 execution of the fertilizer, feed stuff, i I place I _
I Tallahassee-Governor Martin and .
food
pure and drug, immature citrus .
fruit end gasoline laws, a net balancewas | the pardon board granted pardons to ;I. ii I
left in the fund of $114,731).03.\ Jack Myers, Jr., and Clarence Tiser, n.olllu.WJoJoKLY{ : INULTS'rltlAL ;
jl.'i: and If! years old, respectively:, of ; I
:Fort Laudcrdale The Southern i! Washington, D. C., who were serving .e. 8 .e..l I

Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1 sentences of three and one-half years Daytona Contract awarded for I II I

through its state manager, David for stealing. The boys, according to beautification of waterfront park. I
I.aird, has agreed to buy the Fort evidence introduced before the board, I
Lauilcrdnle Telephone Company's. were enticed from their Washington Tampa-Contract ,..:; be ownidedi. ( .
Plant Tom M. Bryan president of home by a 23-year old man. They left for widening and paving Biverview' I
the local company has announced.The i( Washington in an automobile, then road. r

price was not made public. The I'sold it and stole another it was said< Grnveland If interested in an
Bell company, according to Mr. Laird All three later were caught whilo -if Contract you are
will .spend $75,000 in improvements i robbing a store in Marianna and sentenced land construction local unit of Geova-I I
-Clermont road.Okeechobee .
immediately, provided a franchise is to three and one-half years ) .

vranted. each. The man later escaped afterserving -$110,000 bond issue to I easy way to own a Ford

Tallahassee-Harry- Payne Whitney less than three months. be voted upon for enlargement of .

of New York, owner of a !large Cross! fity-An indictment charg- waterworks plant. at future

estate in the northern part of this ing first degree murder was returned Oldsmar-$52,000 contract awarded now-or some

(Leon) county has presented Florida I by a Dixie county grand jury for erection of 41-room Welwgul
State College for Women with six against Thomas W. HigginbothamD. apartment hotel.
registered Holstein cows, adding to D. A. Parker E. G. Priest W. O. :Mc- date-see the nearest Au- ;
the institution's herd that was begunin Bane, John 11. Wimber, chief deputy Fort Pierce Movement launchedfor l
1917 with twenty head of cattle. I sheriff of the county and Charlie extensive road improvement pro

The college now has sixty head in the Hart, a negro. They are charged with gram in Fifth comnilnaioner's district thorized Ford Dealer for 1

dairy herd as well as forty young killing Lewis Barker a negro, October :
heifers, making a total of approximately I 19, 1112 ,. The indictment contain-
100. ed nine counts, the last eight of which Pensacnla Record acreage of

Okeel."hob'e--\ovemenh of survey I. beat charged bruised that and the otherwise defendants mistreated first- Escambiu Irish and county sweet potatoes thin eason.planted in facts regarding a convenient :

ors in this section are regarded as Barker and then shot him
to Jacksonville
-:Main street
significant in view of persistent reports (I death. The first count charged them congregation planning $200,000 Baptist plan of ayment orwrite
that the Atlantic Coast Line' I
with the crime but made no mentionof building campaign ,
Railway is preparing to construct a i I weapons alleged to have been us-
cross-state to connecting Tampa and ed. New Smyrna-$1,000,000 bond issue -
Sarasota with the East Coast of Flor I voted for public improvements, / us direct)
ida. !Surveyors=; of the Tampa Southern Tampa-Virtually half of Dixie including 14 miles of standard type
a subsidiary of the Atlantic 'county, comprising 223,000 acres or street paving to
Coast Line, have surveyed a line I, 35 square miles, has been purchased
from the west leading to Skceehobee'' by W. T. McGowin, of the McGowin Tampa-Tampa Gas Co. to Increase .9 oWr ,em

while a surveying party of the Atlantic i investment Company, Tampa and J. storage capacity of plant and lay 2l f5 Detroit
Coast Line has run lines from F. McGowin, of Mobile Ala., from miles of new mains.

Okeechobee to East Coast ports. the Putnam Lumber Company, of
West
Key -$2,000,000 bond Issue
Jacksonville, it was revealed here. ..
.....
planned for construction of nnnllNn sLIIINI IINI L s n1I11 n,11111 n s NI ININnNMII1NN1
Orlando Hal D. highway
Cady wealthy Through an agreement between Mr.\
Detroit business man and Florida I McGowUi and the former owner of connecting this city with mainland. Ford Motor Company. Dept. N.

citrus grower was acquitted by a the property the consideration was Okeechobee-Plans for new Detroit.PIMM Michigan
jury of six: men in criminal court hereof not divulged. The property is lilt the under pe.toffil."e .
II now way. mall m full Mrtlowlmr rx&r an indictment charging him with heart of Dixie county, extending plan for ovmJntf An utomobiuk.Town .
manslaughter in connection with the southward from Cross City, with a Ellenton/ -Survey for proposed riv-
laying of M. B. Breward nephew of I 25 mile frontage on the Suwanee riv- erfront drive to Palmetto and Terra Nun. i /

former Governor Napoleon Broward, I er and a small portion bordering on Ceia to be made at once. ....... r 1
of Florida in the bath room of the the Gulf\ of Mexico.: Besides Cross
Cady home here In the early, morn- 'I I Lake Worth-Fire station and Jail 'tae-' '

ing hours of Nov. 22, last. The jury I I The Quinine Thai Don Not Affect The Need provided for in $310,000 bend Issue L __ __ IT U KAJSY TO OWN A CAR TMNOUOMJ..7. mia I'LAJ'I''H" \1

deliberated 1 hour and 23 minutes !] BOCIIU of its ionic end( l luatl". .11'.... LAXAme to be erected at once. -- INI.............-...........................................-................. ,,
JjROMO QI.IMSt: tabknesa be tikrabr Kelaey City-$500,000 bond Issue
before returning a verdict of not I riu-inii orrvouuieM rtntin
guilty. II in J..t: C-W.CKuV L S uualur. >Ua bom. Juo voted for road. and bridge in Sped-
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,, BRADFORD COUNVT TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 20. 192",

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".\ .\ --- not so I would have told you." INDEPENDENT QUINTET:;

n ; .a.i--: t| First Lady i.Fashions for _Spring J I Ii I by"Asleep till> choir in Jesus", 'and was the feelingly newlymadegrave sung | BEATS LAttTEY HIGH

t ,, .., I -----
ls
X \j was covered with a profusionof
i Jacksonville : .
.J !, March IJ.-Th. .La '
: 1 choice flowers sent to express love tey High School b&sketbnll team 1 1j I..:
pcIet : ) for the dead and sympathy for the
I i' ; ) .. r j Ito the Hprjpgfiuld\ Independent, on t'Boys' '.
living.
:
j I' Club court last night t.\ t,
,; I
: Besides circle of friends
.., ;: a large score of 17 to 13 in a well played in:;
I,- -'- 2 -.L .c 4d and relatives, the deceased leaves to i interesting" exhibition. The re-u:
I' IMiom-s! US soul. 1 un>! : ,. mourn her untimely death her devoted even the aeries.Flnrlefrock .

; I L, il q I .. ---- -.-- I Ir parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crews; the
forwnrj
1 ; 4V - r' and her fond husband Mr. J. W. Andrews peppery
,! ; ,1KL SCOt'TS discu"<..''l i the subject, of missions in I' / of the Independents, was the lo>., Ii'
:' EN'r'EICF.tINEU:; .\frl'u11; '* Olive Ray, Brazil; Mrs. Sr. star, while He well and Lemen at
Ruth :Mfrnbiig entertained -the r. 1.1 Peek and Mrs.: J. H. Ritch Ga ffitp' j jPI "Dear il,-t.he. spot where our loved guard performed cereditably. Si.,tt

i Girl :JM.IUU; .Monday afternoon, March China; ,Mrs Douling, Mrs. Starnes ones sleep at forward, was the) best athlete ti.c
I ', 16, at her home on Water street. Mm Cassie: White and Mrs. D. E. And sweet the strains which the visiting team uncovered, the lad K'\ :-
Contest provided much merriment Knight, Belgium. PI 1 I angels pour; ting six points. .

during the social hour. A prize was The hostess assisted by her daughter Oh why should we anguish weep 7 The Independents piled up a 10'] t ,
t. awarded Elise Jones who was the Miss Cassie White served simple They are not lost but Ion before." 4 lead in the first half.

I'' winner. refreshments.Those 1 Among the out of town relativesand

"f At 6:30 o'clock the hoste waa assisted attending the reading circle *, friends attending the funeral --'- ---'--
by Lucilo Johns in serving a were: !Mesdames E. S. Matthews: J. f : were: Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Powell,
; salad course.,A feature of the refreshment H. Ritch E. K. Perryman, S. S. Dow- Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Adams Mr. and Tho New Ag e.
t the answering of C. F. D. E. Knight C. Fond Papa-"Well, son, what die
hour Wall ling Starves I Kirs. Merrill Powell, Miss Annie Pow "
l a list of conundrum which had been L. Peek! Misses Olive and Amelia 'i\ ell, Mr. and 1\11'11. W. J. Green, C. J. sot Iron learn much,In dad.school We to
: placed on the plate of each guest I I I Ray, Cassin White and Mrs. Marie r. I Pergola, all of Jacksonville; M. J. Ed- two rcelers In history, a three couple reel of :'
i J Elwood. + dy, Mr. and :Mrs. Lucian Powell allot
J p J"gue In geogrnpby, and s Tt!! k
I reel nature, study. They usetn 011\! is: I
I under the, direction of Mrs. C. F. I' i
; Miss Florence Andrews and Rosa Starnes.ANNIVERSARY. READ !t wild West pit"r! once In I "t.!..,
".: Leviton were hostesses Friday eve- but they don M' It DO tame "-
THE TELEGRAPH I
Wo-l I V idnw j
the
at
;' i zing to the Junior Club DINNER PARTY
sg/ man's Club house. I' i
: The time passed merrily with : Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins gave a .
I II (
I. games and contests, among them being dinner party Saturday evening at .
I fishing for love, five minute dates their home on N. Walnut street, the I = l
bride and groom, and later In the eve. occasion being! the anniversary of e I'Lw1L J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

Ding the girls were auctioned off. their marriage. f ,,
At the close of the evening the I Those enjoying this delightful af-
hostesses served tuna fish salad fair were: :Mr.' and Mrs. J. L. Briggs INSURANCEAGENCY II

r ', pickles, olives saltines and Iced tea I land children of Jacksonville; Mrs W. r
a r A nosegay of nasturtiums was placedon B. Harvard of Tampa; Col. and Mrs.
each plate. I J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville; Mrs. ESTABLISHED 1886 ,I
'Annie U. Barrett and little daughter,
o' SIIA="K.LEWIS Stella of Jacksonville; :Mr. and :Mrs. --..- II

W. J. Johns, of Allendale, S. C., LeRoy President and Mrs. Coolidge photographed/ as they ascended the STARKE, FLA. ,
+ Mrs. Lillie S. Lewis Roan, of Tampa; :Mrs. M I. E. capitol steps for the Inauguration March 4th. Mrs. Coolidge's gown [ Ii IiI
announces the marriageot and hat of unusually deep crown brought .
t t' I Edwards, :Miss Mable Edwards, Mr. of Moonstone gray Joseena I
1 her daughter forth exclamations of admiration from all women spectators. Both
and O.
Mrs. L. Beasley.IilLIUGE
Hilda Inez .hat and gown were from American fabrics and by American designers- I -- -

to :I 1'\ltTY IN HONOR( OF I
I :Mr. Carlos D. Shank of Roanoke, Va. MRS: nilLLII'S
Saturday, March 14th I" -- rest Mr.\ and :Mrs. Herbert KiUh DE.\TII OF MRS ANDREWS : We can charge
Nineteen hundred twenty-five Mrs. A. W. Andreson and Mrs, E.M. Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Frazuv, Mr. ami, ,i your 0
Church of the Good Shepherd, I : Davis gave an elaborate bridge Mrs H. H. Young, Mr. and Mrs E. Itvlutivt.nnd, friends here were incxpresHah't YES HRS

Jacksonville, Florida. party at the club house Tuesday M. Johns, :Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Mitchell hocked Saturday morning 1 Storage Battery In 0 iSmith's
The marriage was a quiet event, |i I afternoon, from three to six, In honor Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs. to hear of the sudden death of ,
relatives and a few friends! witnessIng ';of Mrs. W. J. Phillips, of Jackson. George B. Flynn, of Titusville; :Mr. ''!'I Mn. J. W. Andrews, Sr., which occurred -1 I
the ceremony which was performed 1 vllle.I and Mrs.' G. :M. Sistrunk, Mrx. Ralph in Jacksonville in St. Luke's I
by Rev. C. A. Ashby. | The decorations were baskets of Rhodes, of Tallahassee; Mr. and! :Mrs. !' Hoipital early Saturday morning\ I
The bride moved here recently 1 white verbenas and, wall vases of Edward Burns, :Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mrs. Andrews had been in the hospitnl ', Garage s&ke}

from Starke, and Is popular with a !white roses, and the St. Patrick col- Hoover, :Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Hoover, for n week and was making a good
wide circle of friends. lora of green and white were carried :Mr.( and :Mrs. J. L. Peek, lair' and :| recovery from an operation, but her
Mr. Shank Is an architect with out in all the details the talleys be, :Mrs A. Z. Ailkins :Mrs. H, ;M.\ Snyder heart failed to perform its usualfunction ,
Mellen C. Grot-ley. Mr. and Mrs. ing green and white clover leaves. and Mrs. Vivian Sanders. I and death came without
Shank will.make their home at 33 The honor guest, Mrs. Phillips, warning early Saturday morning.
Lancaster Terrace, Riverside. I wore a handsome satin dress of the: '''WOMAN'S CLUB: MEETING: ; ; The funeral took place Sunday af-

f Both young people have a wide color of ashes of roses. :\1 I'll.' Anderson ternoon, at three o'clock, from the
circle: : of friends who will learn with wore a becoming frock of silk; The regular meeting of the Wo family residence on West :Madison H
4 Interest of their marriage, and will pongee, and Mrs. Davis' dress was of man's Club was held at the club house street, and was attended by a host of ? II ; I II
unite in wishing them happiness. black and white silk. Wednesday afternoon, March llth, relatives and friends many of them I
At the close of the game it wai I :Mrs. J. II. Ritch, president, presiding coming from Jacksonville and other '
!' MRS FilumNLEK found that Mrs II. H. Young had 11' During the business session of the ] places. The !last sad rites were con-
r "i'J'lmT.\INS=" CIRCLE; / made high, and she was presentedwith | afternoon reports were given from ducted by Rev. L. W. Kicklitcr of the 41 :

a bullet set; :Mrs. N. D. Vain i I the civic and house committees, and Baptist church, assisted by Rev. H. I I
Mrs. II. L. Brownlee was hostess the club treasurer. The I'|I A. Tucker, of the )
wright made low and was consoled I following new Presbyterian church.A AMMADI5Of'i 17 1330 .
Monday afternoon to the circle of with a .small bottle of perfume. A I members. were added to the club roll: I, choir composed of Mrs.. W. L.
the Baptist missionary society. beautiful centerpiece was given to; "I :Mesdames Robert Demorest, Sanders, I Wall, Mrs. D. E. Knight, Mrs. E. K.
: 1\11'8. A. M. Derby led the devotion- Mrs' Phillips as a guest prize. I Swindle, :Malpas and Miss Sara Mal- Ferryman, Messrs.! L. G. Powell and
S j I. al and business meeting, after which The hostesses served a dainty Ice pas. 'I John Powell softly sang, "Abide with Scot Taught

-p a delightful social hour gave much course of brick cream with shamrock I A motion was made and seconded :Me" and "Jesus, Savior, Pilot :Me."
to those who Were so fortU I
pleasure ; center and cake The favors were tiny ,, that section III, article 3 of the By- Fannie Ga!'kins r"rews was born
nate as to bo present. Mrs. It. J. Davieand Irish flogs On each of the eight card I I Laws hu changed to. read im follows: August llth, 18(11( in Bradford county I Madison Thrift
Miss Ethel Griffin gave several tables thenwere placed small baskets i "The associate. members hall consist ,, and, was the only daughter of lr.1 I i I
lovely piano nnd voice numbers. During of green und white mints. of men and women who shall be entitled anti :Mrs.. Joe Trews. She was married,' i
the social hour many of the members Besides the honoree, Mrs. .Phillips, to all privileges of the club except ': September .', \iyat( ?;! to Mr. J. W. An- I
which President James Madison
do sewing or embroidery there I' drews, Sr., and after often referred -
were present: Mesdames Herbert those of voting and holding of- a short but happy
is sold for the benefit of the society Ritch, Vivian Sunders, J. M. flee" : married life she left this world I, to the lessons of thrift taught

I I F work.Mrs. Brownlee, assisted by Mrs. R. Mitchell, W. E. Davis, 7'. J. Alderman I I A motion was also mado and car- for "God's better country", on the him when a youth by Donald Robert ,

I j) J. Davis arid( Mil Griffln, Served J. I,. Fra/ee, N. D. Wainwright,, 1 tied for the Starke club to contribute llth day of March, 192;;. son a Scotch schoolmaster.
y, G. M. Sistrunk, C. A. Knight, J. F. i I 1 When sixteen I
t tempting sandwiches and Iced! tea. to. the hostess fund for the International years of-age the deceased ,
Verbenas and roses were used for attractive Kicklitcr, Jr., O. L. Haynes, G. M.Inmnn ., Council of Women to be held joined the Heilbronn Baptist Thrift and banking go hand In hand.
decorations K.: S. Matthews Taylor Belcher I in Washington D. C. church and, her life exemplified ninny Thrift I
of West Point, N. Y., RalphRhodua I The noble! traits of Christian character. means banking. Banking means
-- -'- rest of the afternoon' program
f1U 1 1 n.\Y A 1 '''':HNfNIIIUIIJi ( of Tallahassee; W. I. Johns, was under the of the health She writ n loving and dutiful daughter I thrift. !
t ; CLUB I of Allendale, S. C., A. Z. Adkins, C. I department of auspeces which Mrs. E. L. a devoted wife and the influence1 I I
A. Futih, J. I L. Peck, H. II. Young, Biggs is chairman. Mrs. Anderson, for good that she leaves will be ns a Thrift and banking are national slogans
Mrs\ O. L. Beasley entertained the S. I.. Perk, O. L. Beasley. R. J. Davis, field sweet perfume to all those with whom today.
nurse of the State Board of :
Friday Afternoon Bridge Club a\ herR L. Wymun, N. ::Sternberg Misses Health she clime in close contact. Mrs. An. {
talk
gave an interesting; on .
attractive home on N. Walnut street.Nasturtiurus RlalHo F..lwanlslIecli Alvarez, the health conditions of the children Brews was noted for her sweet disposition See us at once about your banking
were lined. in bowla and MiiblWeller, Carolyn Fjripp, Alice and her devotion
of Florida to her home
stressing the need of pub.
... wall! vases n the room' where the Thai in und Florence Matthews.Tea Ilic and and loved one'. J
medical
nurse aid In various I
bridge tables were arranged.' gumjts: !Mrs. J. E. Corpening (counties. Eighty per cent of Florida's The pallbearers were: R, J. Dnvis. I
Mrs. L. Wyman won first prize, a Mrs. L. A* L'uws and Mi < ('nrr,,- ,school children are physically defec F. F. Stump, E. S. Matthews, A. M.
Bradford
nasturtium bowl; und Miss Alice Uglow. J. County BankBradford
Darby, E.
Corpening nnd J.
low. I \ tire Sonieihn./ .:' must be done to W.
Thurln- made
'ri remedy' these conditions Edwards. Funeral under the direction -
20TH CEN In CLUri especially
Delirious pressed thicken, stuffed ENTKIirANl: l> AT CLUB HOUSE [ when we know that the defective of D. C. Jones, undertaker. County' Financial Stronghold
celery, olives, hut rolls: and iced tea The
I interment
child costs the average county fifty\ was Jn Crosby cemetery Established 1889
the hostess STARKE FLA.
were served by Mr. and !\Ir I in the Andrews ,
!' G. M. Inmnn enter. dollars for every year in school. Wouldit lot and while
The Mesdnmes A. Z. "
guests were: Ruined I the 20th Century Club and a not be less, expense to provide a the body was being laid to rest Rev.
Adkins N. D. J. SLi
Wninwrlght
,
number> of friends Thursday eveningat public health than Klckhter repeated a part of the Hth
nurse to have chil
i, Mitchell, E. M. Johns, N. Sternbcrg, Chnptor of !St.' a-
I the Woman's Club. dren John referring
I constantly repeat grades at this particularly ;
G. SI. Ininun, J. L. reek, Misses :: ?
j I II to theirses
Mablc' Top scores were made by Mr. and cost because of physic-mi conditionsthat : "Let not your
Mable Weller, Alice Thurin and henry
!\I1'g. N. be troubled
Sternberg. As first be ;-In
prize can remedied? my
I Edwards :Mrs. Sternbtirg I house are lit""\' mansions: Futher'1 '
if
was presented a bobbed ;
I I Miss Fannie Shaw, assistant director : _
: j WESLEY; 1IIIILK: CLASS SOCIAL hair comb and !Mr. Sternberg received of the Florida Health Association, -- \\Ve ( ?;

t a pair of hose Mrs. F. F. explained I I the use and value of the ...t-... +i. ...i.t+...!>. .
i Monday evening, March 16th, theWesley i Stump made low and was consoled health "chore cards" in I
the schools.
i a Bible Class of the M. E. I I' with a small bottle of perfume, O L. ,'.ill the parents in .Starke are probably A Remarkable Herb i'- ,
I Church entertained the officers and Beasley also made low and was given %
'i ; familiar with these curd A
i I f I teachers of the Sunday school) also [ a box of talcum powder. Guest'prize :', have been used this year in the as local they HOBO( KIDNEY AND BLADDER ; A i. '
I friends with an Irish social, at the : black narcissus perfume, was school l lt
; i club house, under the direction of presented to Mrs. R. J. Davis) ; und to The .social hour of the club meeting REMEDYThe :
I Mm. R. F. Clark. C. A. Knight a safety razor. herb It
Hobo
I followed these interesting. discussions has been known ofn it sounds just '
I A trip tn Ireland win taken. Thehlarney The hostess, assisted by Mrs. II.
Owen Griffln, violin, and Paul Knight, long time It has been much used I Ii
stone, pickinV shamrocksand M. Snyder, Mr'I. 'illn Sander and .
piano, then. rendered about
two
; Irish mime wore, features of the Mrs. J. L. Peek, served refreshments I selections. pleasing for iU piirfvinc qualities in the f i,! right for Jj.

I trip also during the voyage a memory in two courses. First course: chicken : treatment of Leprosy, Eruptions and 1 ft: '
Delicious dinner
music content and hat trimming salad, olives pineapple sherbet and today .
pickles, 'pututo chips, wafers Dropsy Dr. Orwln commended ithighly Ri
context was enjoyed The party arrived ,, saltines, ked tea. Second were served by the hostesses. '
I course: in the
treatment J
:. at Stnrke happy and hungry. The peaches topped with whipped cream NOTICE- -- of Psortasis. i doesn't it? And .
class orchestra played tome! Sweet''' and cake. A small bunch of sweetpeas I During the last. few years this herb 1

", Home" and Mr. Frank Colley and i t wan placed on each plate. A variety There are no arrangements In ef- I, has. been discovered growing In East if.it is the right
( Sirs.' H. :\1. Snyder served delicious' of sweat' peon were also used feet for handling telegrams over the Texas and Western Louisiana and it

refreshment consisting of naiad fur ,decorating the room where the phone at any time, and it is impose I has' been found that Its kind of a pork
Irish potato chip. saltines, plcklt's,1 I. bridge tables were placed. Fancy siblc for u* to handle the entire bul-i I purifying
cake iced tt'u nnd Irish jokes. candies' were served on the tables ness on the phone, especially during'' properties were almost soley due to roast it will be just about
Speeches were, made and new member ,during the game. strawberry season when we hjive more i its action on the kidneys. right. If you

4 tat'ecil with Shamrock badges. The invited' guests were: Mr. and I(I than we can do. I' Write for the interesting story of want one that has an flavor
appetizing
KBAIM.VJ) ,' lliu'LEIET: IIHS. I Mrs N. Stcrnberir, Mr. and Mrs F. | Please send or bring your telegramsto this. discovery. Go to. your neighborhood ,
WITH -
) WHITE : F. Stump, Mr.' and Mrs. O. U Beasley, the office. druggist and let him one that will be thoroughly
Miss. explain enjoyed
'S Mablo Weller J. J. Truby, Dr. T. J. Griffin. about ,
this
The and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr.' and Mrs. money-back guaranteed
reudnn- unto of the Methodist order it
f missionary nciot' > nut Monday after- J. W. Andrews, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. S. METHODIST treatment. You to he the sole Judge at our mafket. You get honest

noon at the home of, :Mrs. J. W. White, L. Peek, Mr. and Mr C. A. Knight, Usual: services at the Methodist as to the merits of Hobo Kidney & weight at honest prices.
I t on Sanderson street ami, spent n very Mr. and MM. R. J. Davie, Mr. and church Sunday. Bladder Remedy in your own case.
plen"nnt and profitable afternoon. Mrs. E. S. Matthews\ Mr. and Mrs. Sunday school 10 a. m. .
I i The oircl was'' i 1. :1f1ss\ Amelia C.- A. Futoh, :Mr. and Sirs. X. O. Preaching 11 a7' m. and 7:80: p. m. HOBO :MEDICINE COMPANY:
I Ray and the stud \vu< tnk-n from \\oinwriLiiMis.. : F L. Turner :Mr. Prayer meetinaWedne'IIay 7:30: Beaumont Variety Meat MarketPhone
; "The. Tn. k then '1\, Elmer: T tad! :Mr- ". f I'. Pa 1.. :Mr :an.1 l Mrs. m. p. Texas

I i Clark. Mrs. J. W. ," end, an,1 j jI ":.. i.111'1.i :"ul; I J\: i it.i.:, IVnw- Everybody cordially! invited .
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father Col. D. E. Knight, in his law Mt's.: J. C. UauloiKon und two fhil- tainod a few 11,ni ,n cds i at a musical IF: YOU HAVE
] 'office for the present and l later will ilrt'n returned from I.alulflml Friday Tuesday evc-niin tl''
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i MU.rU.PIU. SickH..d.. .. ,
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resui his law course at the University after visit to her
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: daughter, Mrs. G. )Ir. and Mrs. Russell Parrish gavoa h Dumb Agu.. Sour Stomach,
Bit Oi LUCtllI of Florida. A. Duval. and tUjchmiii' your food do:,> not
( peanut shelling Friday evening ...1..1 a'e. JlO" ...... .0 appcUle.T .
MiUliitHho\ Roberts who Is at-
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, I 111rl11:11)1 left Mr.Monday\ and !\Irs.for Amerious Robt. F, Ga.Dumorest, where''I I I tending school with nt her Hiivnnn ptlrentIr.spent. and theweekend visitors Orin and in tho Kirk Ft.Dekle Call wore suction business Mon ( muttJs!!: Pills

; they will spend a few days prior to !Mrs N. E. Roberts. day.Mr. troubleditums
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'leaving for Virginia where their and :Mrs T. A. 1'lnkston, Mrs.S. ,
Concerning Our People, Business and I| stock company will open the season :Miss Willie Mao Johnson, who is H. Uubrose, Ervin and Florrle )1'ubiosp -
ProllreJ of the \ attending the State College! for Wo-
I County and Town. under canvas. :Mesdumes! Addle Blumo, Slary'
I men at Tallahassee, spent tho weekend Johnson and Agnes Waiters wereguests For th imnuili.itc. present restrictions -
I with her mother Mrs.\ Mary
: r ... Miss Thelma SrTellgrove has returned Johnson. 1111'8.\ Lillian Deklu Saturday. I'll crushed
: =" from Macon, Ga., where she continue uiiiloi ,pi'imit, which will be .,
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Fridayin Walter Knight and Juhn Lungford, Orin and Kirk Deklo visited relatives increased. from to I
J spent Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith, of Jacksonville spent the winter with her sister Mrs. limo time ns conditions '
Jacksonville. :I i, will spend the week-end 0. G. Cooper. Miss Sncllgrovo has of Gninesvilfu, are visitors hero this in Lake Butler Friday. justify Railroad otllcials hop...

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. L. entered the junior class of the If. II. week. Jaml'sVIII..1 ana T.acy Uubroso that thiwill be lifted within a few
Hugh Turner: of Waldo was a visitor Drownlee.I S. Judge J. R. Kelly, Madison, was were among tho weekly visitors hero. days.MAMM.
J to Starke S visiting, relatives hero this weak. I Nelson Dekle, Paul Edenfluld, Mrs.I
tllrday. I Just -- Miss Mathis Drivers is spending S. M. Driggers and children, of Lako : AlltM: UO 4'J :MILES; ON
arrived a beautiful assortment Mr. and Mra. Chas. Wadsworth of a while with relatives in Gainesville. Butler, were here Monday\ combining' ONE GALLON OF GAS
Chickens wanted. J. F. Klcklite,'. of Silk. Dresses at Marguerite'sShoppe. Madison were here Sunday. Friends: Louis Garrison, of White Springs pleasure with business.. i: SIOUX FALLS, S. Dak.-Janui
I I here of :Mr.: Wadsworth will be inter- and J. C. lledgebnnk, of uko City I 1 A. May o{ .UrtSc I.acotah Bid*., /luis I

Mrs. W. M. Wainwright ia visiting Messrs. S. T. and Jesse ested to know that last Thursday he were visitors here lust Sunday. SEAIMMRD LIFTS perfected amazing, new device that I
in Jacksonville and Pablo Beach I Johnson Dowling I war married to Miss Mary\ Clark of Mi. and Mrs. Jesse Cole of Lake FREIUIir KMUAIUiO! cuts down (tim consumption, remo\, .
i I of Lake Butler were attendIng Live Oak and they stopped here on 1. i hit carbon
1 to business ,, City, spent Sunday in Lake Butler. -- prevents spark plus
If you need a good pair of MondayMra. matters In Starke their motor wedding trip. Mrs. Lunn Burgess, of Atlanta Ga., Jacksonville, :March H.-C. 10. Milller I I tumble anti<1 overheat nu. Many ears.
hose try Sternberg's.L. I I I is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lily assistant freight traffic mnnaicei' have made over 49! miles. i>n a .gallon
I Mrs. II. L. Brownlee entertained Richard. of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, \nv one can install it in live minutes
1 E::. W. Stewart and children I announced the cancellation of :Mr., :May wants and Is off..,
the members of her Sunday school A number of tho young people of todav agents i-
II. Hill of business
Lawtey, was a and
LeRoy Louise of : .
visitor to Starke Monday. Lakeland were I,class Wednesday afternoon. The par the Christian Endeavor Society met the embargo on all carload t'lvurlit mi' t fo< send one free to one auto ow ncr -
guests Tuesday and Wednesday of ty went to the creek and picket vIolets at the hom of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. for movement south of Baldwin< recently in\ each locality. Write. < him todm'

- Col. J. L. Frazee spent Monday In I i Mrs. J. F. Colley. and lilies, and later had a lunch Miller\ lIonduyInrch! 1), for a busi- issued because of lloodt i''''ii- .\d.l\ .

eon of cake sandwiches and iced tea. flees meeting and social. They were .
business.W. -
Jacksonville attending to | Mrs. T. M. Limbaugh, Mrs. R. S. -
,This class is the junior boys of the delightfully entertained by a former
Fernandez, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Fhil- Baptist Sunday school and has twelvo actor on the stage who was stoppingover
M.' Wainwright spent Wednesday lips and children motored I
to Jacksonville members.The for the night at the Kcllim. They GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
in Gainesville.See Monday and spent the day.
decided to have a Dixie Endeavor'
I following party went front Day program at the Christian church: & RITCH
the New Silk Sport Sweatersat Mr and Mrs. E. M. Johns and lit-
Starke to Gainesville Friday eveningto March 29! at the regular time for the KKI'KESENT TUB IIEST LEADING:
Marguerite's Shoppe. tle daughter Gloria and Mrs. T. J.
attend "Blossom Time"Ir.: and Christian Endeavor A
meeting. radio -
INSl'KANrK' COMPANIES! FlUE
Griffin went to ,
I Jacksonville
Sunday I Mrs. A. Z. Adktns, Mr. and Mrs.\ W. set will be installed in tho church
LeRoy Roan, of Tampa, spent the morning.: 1. Johns of Allendale S. C, Miss for the night and all are invited to ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE .

week-end here with friends. I Mable Edwards, Miss Sara Malpas, come and hear the wireless messages BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS I
Friends of Mrs W. II. Green wallregret Miss Aileen Alvarez, !Mrs. Harvard, from other Christian Endeavor I MADE PROMPTLY
New )line of sport silks and to learn of her illness having
of Tampa, Orville Gritris, Kirk Lewis Societies over the United States. Do j
crepes also tub silks at Stump'sMrs. ; been confined to her .home for several and Dr. G. W. Brown, of Lawtey. not forget it. jI
weeks with influenza.Mr. .
I 1r I
O L Beasley spent Mondayin The box supper given at tinclub
CHURCH OF CHRIST room Friday night benefit of Christ-
Jacksonville.Dr. and Mrs. C. II. Sistrunk of
ian church, decided A
was
NewNSmyrna, spent Sunday in Starke Bible study at 10 a. m. Communionand success ,.
and Mrs. W. E. Middleton went with his parents Mr. and Mrs. G. M.\ preaching at 11 a. m. Subject: neat sum of $:10.00 was realized. -. --, ...... '' ,
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to JacksonvilleIonday.: Sistrunk. :;a 'lng 'NO' to God. / ;
Vu, spent the \\eek-end in Lake
ST. MARK'S\ CHURCH Butler, guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. .
\Ir\ A. S. Crews is1 spending the Dr. J. II. Carrodine of Lawtey, has RaulcisonMIHS) _

I week In Jacksonville. charge of MklJleton's office while The servlce or the fourth SundayIn \ Frankie Prlestor has been "

he is in Itlvcrsido hospital Jacksonville Lent will be at 7:30: p. m. Evening spending a few days here with her

I If you like good shoes try for treatment.If prayer and litany. parents, Mr. and Mra. 11. I\ Priester.

. Sternberg's.1V. Lent is half gone. It is hoped that Miss Priester will leave this week for
. I You want auod/ fitting the good attendance thus far will be Sarasota where she will teach school. M-rcHELIN

M. Bryan;> of Lawtey, was: In suit of clothes try.Sternberk's.Dr. maintained. !Mr John hitch Townnund, of Jacksonville : -

Starke Monday.Edwin has been spending while
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-. .- I J. J. Bullen, who is: conducting MTlSr CHURCH I 1 BULLETINThe in Lithe Butler with his parents u and! Comfort: Cord
a series of meetings in Jacksonville
Larsen, of Keystone friends.
success of the meetings being
Heights, was in Starke Monday. : spent Tuesday here with his family. conducted! by the pastor in Jackson MI-M. Frank Golloday of Baltimore,

I ville has led the church to extend the I Md., and Misses Francis King and You can now get
Mrs W. J. Phillips, of Jacksonville I Mrs.: Maud\ Home, Mrs. Norman pastor's absence for next Sunday. Tho Ethel' Raulcrson of Jacksonville
spent Tuesday with Mrs. E. M. Davis. 1 Home and Miss\ Ethel Home of Oca- regular services of the church will be spent Sunday with the tatter's parents
I' la, were guests Tuesday of Mrs.\ T. N. held, however.Dr. Mr. and airs J. C. Uiiulcrmin. balloon tires for

Harold Wall of Jacksonville, spent Limbaugh. Hinton, of Louisville, Ky., and Mr, Joe Jones, Jr., of Jacksonville: ,
Sunday with his parents :Mr. and I .I II. I. Bingham the singer, will be in has been spending quite a while! in car
Mrs W. L. Wall. Ask to see the marvelous line charge/ of the services. All who attend Lake Butler with parents and friend your present
t of Gossard Corsets and br.is- will find profit to mind and soul,' We hear that Joe is leaving for Tampa -
Secure your cotton seed while we sieres at Stump's. through the ministrations of these soon, and we wish him much sue- without changingrims.

have them. J. F. Kickliter. f M W. nl s. B. Harvard, of Tampa )fr. *
and Mrs.\ W. J. Johns of Allendalu! worship at 7:30.: Bible school meets FTvEiTLK: )
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg and S. C., were guests the first of tho I at !>:.4.r> a. m. and! B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: .

daughter Lillian spent Sunday in week of Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. p. m. Five Mile, March 20.-Mr. and I

Jacksonville: I LAKU BUTLER Mrs. D. I. Blume were shopping in Fps h.",,, ln./mprmrmeon. to rI'". I
Mr. and Mr*. W. II. Phillips and Lake Butler Saturday log?m/r./ .,... vault ...vinnt' atfiunilrr.lt
Bob Demorest, Jr., came up form children who have been visiting Mrs. Lake Butler, March 20.-:Miss Mr. and :MIM P. P. Doklr hud as ../ has. the week -,*,.*.'i.whul, ,,,.iu>w. Mi.helm, ,
Arcadia and
spent past T. N. Limbuugh, left Wednesday! fur :Mabel Driggers, who is attending the truest Saturday night :\r r. and Mrs. t'.."'f"" C'o.J ..tfir.v.m. ll II tcfa ;
here with friends. their home in Dunedin. (I State for Women at Tallahassee ..... iUil
: College A. E. Proctor, of Manning ,bit' ndinurv u. fi ln/i/ <
( wax a week-end visitor to her I R. E. 1'iimsh and family Willie *i ?,",. il/lhr l..rMur.uiu I A new Federal truck has been added Miss Iris: Epperson and Miss Elizabeth I: parents Mr\ and :Mrs. G. C. Uriggera.The / I'nrritih and, family, Mrs. W. H. Alderman ffltf Hint. ,fric.SMITH'S ,

I to the Standard Oil Company' local Walton of Key West, who are I citizens of our county are rejoicing and daughter, Mis s. :M
j delivery service. students at the Woman's College, over the prospects of the new I I Hikes and duuuhter Joined it crowd
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. i road front Lake City to Palatku. This uf relatives and friends in n picnic
I Levy Canovu of Jacksonville, spent W. J. Epperson. I II I road will cause the tourist to save i at the Scout Hole Saturday honoring GARAGE -
Sunday in Starke with his parents, I I j many miles on their way to the East litmus Punish, it being his birthday
Mi.\ and Mrs. E. E. Canova. T. N. Limbaugh and son, Tom of Coast and furthermore, pass through 'anniversary. STAKKi:. FLA.

Lakeland spent the week-end at 'some of tile richest and must fertile Mfr and 1\Irll. B. L. Duke gave a .
Col. D. E. Knight spent last week- I home. Mr. Limbaugh and son are In''I soil in the state of Florida. Our ,peanut. shelling Saturday evening .
end in Jacksonville on professional the real estate and insurance business friends from the North and West I .

business.If I : in Lakeland. ; who come to Florida to settle are now !
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I shop-ping 1
realizing that the soil of Bradford I _
you need a dress pattern' I, If you need a dress or a hat and Union counties and, other surrounding : / -- .
try' Sternberg's. ; try Strenberg's.t I counties U the best soil in ning..
It the state to plant in and that it is the Mrs. B. L. Duke had ax guest Sun Is s c.yr. t trssra

W. J. Epperson Jr., left Tuesdayfor I Dr. W. Muldleton, who has been garden! spot of the Land of Flowers. day :Mesdames Bessie. Roberts, Ad- ataeta
Miami for a short visit with> confined to his home for the past I Mrs.\ J. J. Jones, of Micanopy, arrived die Blumo and Lillian Dcklo.
friends. I two weeks with influenza, was taken Saturday and will upend a few Mrs p p. Di-kle anti sons, Kirk
'i to Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville, I days with her sister, 'Mrs.. J. W. and Julian, attended the' birthday
! If you have any sweet potatoes to 1. Tuesday for treatment. Jones, and family. On her return dinner, .,f 3rr"I': ( UI'klrllrch:
i sell'see or write me. J. F. Kickliter. 1 I IMr. I home she will be accompanied by her I J 11th.I I

I Hugh Drownlee, Jr., who is a student mother-in-law Mrs. E. M. Barnes, ot' I Misi Ma, I Unke,, deli J hlftill_ J i nli I :i -I Ii
: and Mrs. George B. Flynn wore In Stetson University, came up I Virginia, who is visiting her ihil.lnn I
week-end guests of her parents, Mr. from DeLand Thursday. and is visiting In Florida Mrs Jones is will known
and Mrs Paul E. Canova. his. parents, Mr. and Mrs\ II. L. here and has a host of friends wh, rENT.A.WORni% A
Brownlee. lire delighted to see her. Sh.II <0'11' .jnDo KJ
Messrs. Roan Turner and P. B. time was a citizen here and n value I i

Crews, of New River were businessvisitors H. E. Lagergren returned Sunday teacher in our school and all uf h> i LJCOLUMNU'
to Starke So'uraay. front several weeks spent ;ui Punta scholars are devoted to her.L. .
Gorda. He had charge of the surveying O. Rivers of the Rivers :Motor I I1VAN7'EU

Eserylhinr! new and up-toJ! being done by the Punta Gurda ville Company was a visitor to Jack-on :': : I.ant,fk. xhippinif box I I You Know \..'
last Monday\ business,
on t
atStump's. Estate I
date In Ladies neck wear fur .
upright prom!) M"inun llnl'l It
Mayor Chas. F. Rivers and I daughter I

I Mr-i. John P. Coffin and son.George, spent Sunday in Hampton visiting Fort SAL--S.; C. WhTto Leghorn,

Mi- Effie Miner, ,,t Lawtey, spent Mrs Levin O. Jones and little daughter I relatives Eggs (Ferris Strain), 15 eggs $1.50. What We Offer
Wednesday with her sister Mrs. E. :'Nanette: and Mrs. Jasper BOzmi L. D. Lindsey assistant cashier' at T. P. Wall, RoHcmero Starke, Fla.2274te I DepositorsIn
I. Bigg I 'nt motored to Starko Wednes- !: the Bark of Lake Butler, spent" Sun. I
-1 I day-Johnstown New i d.i in Jacksonville. lrllIt.1
Homer B. LInibaugh- of Tallahassee -. I :Mr.". Susan Elwes and l ."n. .Fred I, 150.000 Globe) Tumnto Plants This Bank?
I if laik-onvillc, sp, "nt Sunday with ed i for Rush and Blight. '2.GO per.
a Sunday here with his parents Mr. and :Mrs. J. G. Godwin, of Mm-
spent h' i r l,r." h"r. J K': Harper nnil fa mil,,,. thousand. Kmidy' for setting by 23d:!
:Mr. and Mrs. T. N Limbnuich.i mi, .spent several days in Law ley'un I I
iI {inst. I'lac" :your order. J. F. Kick-
I Starke with relatives and friends
e Howard, Bracken, who spent a few' :MrGodwin is assisting! Mr. Net in Order EGG CASES liter. Firsts-Accommodation in the way of discounts and

days here with friends. left Mondayfor road work in Dade county. Ktll .SALK:-Tomato Plants Livinletl.n loans. Of course we must feel safe before we can grant

Nashville, Tenn., where he.. will II ';! freight or express, 38c. Globe; / |2.J'i per thousand f. <>. these, but you will find us reasonable.
play ball.* Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Phillips Mrs. b. lush with order C. F. Kalch I .
H. L. Brownlee and Mrs T. N. Lint \1izell! : Produce Co., Live Arch reek, .'111. 3-20-21* Second...A banking SERVICE that i i. surpassed by II

If you want fancy embroidery I laugh motored to the State Farm Oak Florida ) no' bank in this state.Third..Courlesy. I
work try Sternberg's.Col. I[ Tuesday and were guests of Mr. and FOR SALon: LEASE-On account ,
I i Mrs.. J. S. ..BlItch.I 1----------- of sickness I will sell or lease and promptitude in Attending to
Williams of Lake But- i j ) > is crate and box mill, including business
Joe Hill ,I your whatever the size of your balance.
ler, was among the visitors to Starke Guy! Beasley spent Saturday in : COFFINS & CASKETS .' smith shop G. W. hlack'i )
Monday I''I Starke with his father, O. L. Beas- I Starke Fla. Fourth--Careful, earnest thoughtful and expert advice .
ley He wan. on way to Kinston, N. C., i And a Full Line ofUndtrtalittt' in all financial and business
the1 FOR iiAI.K:-fhii<:ks from our heavy I matters on which we 1
DeWitt C. Jones returned -I where he will play ball during Supplies
Mr. and Mrs.
Tom ilarr .strain White qualified advise
Sunday from a trip to New coming season In the Virginia Lea laying I ALTOMOIIILC: IIEAKSE I Leghfcrns/' <12 (par 100 April and
Oilcans. gue. May delivery The Biignall Poultry
I .Alway on hand. The best service
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Farm, Midway l H.i 3-20-it
Mrs. F. L! Turner and Mrs. MamieCarrls 'i. M"iamu! O. L. Beasley, J. M I at the lowest prices Special BANK OF STARKEThe
spent the weekend in Jackson Mitchell, H. H. Young Ralph E. : attention to telegraph or- SEED PEANUTS
1! Tallahassee Herbert C. derA. t
ville with relative Rhodes, of Registered Kmbalmtr.
t ... I I Ritch amt J. F. Kickliter Jr., motoredto N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea Bank of Helpful Service
Gaine \Wednesday.. I nuts $1.00 per bushel (Four cent / I
Mrs. Taylor Belcher and little son, DeWITT C. JONES
'per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla. WE PAY 4 PER CENT
of ON SAVINGS !
of West Point, N. Y,, are guests ,
Col. and Mrs J. L. Fra- I H..i'li' < \'. Knight: returned! Friday ST ARKE, FLAxABg'XUtiXX7t8.'SrEg.X8Xi II. T. HALL COMPAIW. 1
her ,
parents r'M Pu-fu Ooplri and! will a,-< Jt hi : xtYXri} 1-0-tf. Lowell, Fla. .
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I i j -- e r e C S . BRICK INDUSTRY PLANTS LISTED ville spent Sunday here with her I
;rca OVER
1 I EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY parents, Mr. and] Mrs. Charles Dink- I

J ) AGENTS': IfEl'OUrS i ns. I
} : FARMERS and FARMINGFARMERS . . e State Geologist Gunter Compiles Rate I YEARS

I Palm Beach-Have induced several On all State Firms. D. Rowe of Macclenny, was transacting -, ZOO

t tI farmers to plant corn and pole beans Tallahassee, Fla.- Florida has business here Monday. i iMr
oil has been'a worldwide
haarlcm
I r for summer market land suitable.
AND TRUCKERS ARE: INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE on I thirteen plants producing common \ and Mrs. J. II. Tatum and family for kidney liver and
remedy
I A number of civic clubs have promised bricks and tile four I uller's earth ,
1 AKrUlt.S oJ'AIUI KM'KMUMKS: : ; AND ME1UOUS FOUND of DeLand, were the /guests Thurs
,, hearty cooperation in the agriculc four plants producing kaolin bladder disorders rheumatism,
TO HE BEST SUPPED IU OLi Mil I :MYI tural development of the county. The I companies, three potteries, thirteen sand and day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.\ G.I* lumbago and uric acid conditions.

I J county commissioners this week appropriated gravel! establishments, four sand- W. Roberta I,

I $500 to send the county lime brick plants, one plant producing C. K. Sapp of Jacksonville, was a I D M Ji'I

meat to Cuba to investigate the sug- the rune earth ilmenite, rutilo business visitor here Monday. G 01 I
MANAGEMENT AND IDr.
USE GOOD ar cane industry there. I und zircon, and twenty-five springs I' HAA:1LEM: OILI
I 'reporting production of mineral waters E. L. Biggs/ of Starke, was a'
Alachua-Made a trip to Jacksonville I shown the latest data professional visitor to Lawtey Friday I
MAKE A GOOD COTTON CROP I it is by
buslnels'men
i f on the motorcade of : compiled by State Geologist Herman | correct internal troubles,stimulate vital
interested in in AlaI
dairying
I Gunter. organs.Three sizes. All druggists Insiston

: With planting -time, at hand the <'.\Iun'l.T'll: I ':'<'fW-l: IS chua County. Looked over the whole I I These industries are located N. T. Ritch and family motored to'' the original! genuine Goi n M"DAI.1lr. .
milk plant in Jacksonville with a
cotton jr-ov\cr should 1 tike into consideration NECESSARY MW CHICKS view to putting in Pasteurized milk' throughout the state, and are not cob- Starke Sunday: afternoon. '* \ and \Mrs. Albert Jennings, of
r
J t the (Rotation| uf boll weevil I l lined to the more or less restricted few clcys
and ice cream in the local creamery. Mayor C. L. Peck, of Starke, was a Sebring are spending a .
i control. The mete of the past sea |I INt After liiibj chicks are in the brooders I If this is put through, it should be a ,: arena covering approximately 1,000 business visitor to Lawtey Wednes here with relatives.
: son should, not be taken us n sign success with them depends on in in square miles of land pebble phosphate I I
great help promoting dairying '
' j thut the boll weevil problem is solved. how well they Ufa cured for, Ihu! critical the county. is found in Hillsborough, Polk, Manatee day. I B. F. Crawford, of Clearwater, visited -

It, Experts agree thut due to the mild '' i i'r time fur baby chicks is during I I and Hardee counties; and fartherup Mayor U. R. -Thede was a visitorto relatives here Saturday( and Sun-
'" weather of the 1 punt winter thu percentage the lint 10 days, and the more care I Kscambia: find the people of the the west coast is a narrow stripof :Starke Wednesday. day.
I ,
of weevils .surviving to enter and attention they receive during county cordial in their welcome and hard rock phosphate, extending -

the fields this spring WIIbe\ very thin period, the bettor. ';expressing a desire to cooperate with ,I from southern Columbia county to Mrs Ed Galloway and children, of 1 A son was born to \Mr. and Mrs.

I high and weevil control ia likely to Following Is a list of 16 points on mo in any way possible. / noitheu'-tern Hernnndo. Nashville, Teiui., is spending a few Ellis Brosky Saturday.
I be necessary' if cotton is to be grown successful chick raising that N. R. I From the various mineral produciii. 'weeks here at the home of her parents I;
I i! Okcechobee-Am trying to arrange industries the several products Dinkins. I from Lawteyfor
profitably. i Mehrhof, poultryman for thu Florida i Mr. and Mrs. Charles i The berry movement
\ Thu weevils feed In the squares In Agricultural l Extension Division, say for cash buyers to be here during I I hud u combined valuation of thirteen I last week was 20,000 quarts,
I I our tomato shipping season. Am l million dollars for the \Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Johns, of
a preference to the-Cuds) and when theI should receive careful consideration: and a quarter ranging in price on the platform
'also cooperating with our county and 102J, the latest complete figures dale, S. C., who spent from Allen-I The season's
; squares are removed most, of the 1. Put only those chicks in the year 40 to G7 cents per quart.
I
r r weevils will be removed with them. brooder that arc healthy and strong city in an effort to get a good agricultural I available. It is estimated that the to Tuesday here as the guests (first refrigerator car sold in New

I Field that were planted to cotton and stand well on their feet. It does movie film of this section. 'I 11121):! figures will prove to he as large and Mrs. G. W. Brown, left Tuesday I York Saturday at 70 to 83 cents per

I i. last year should not be planted to I I 1 I not pay to bother with weak chicks. I T.\K INC tl' HIE TAXPROBLEM :I for I larger than any preceding twelvemonths morning Sarasota by auto and for I St.other: Petersburg places of, quart.
this crop again,this year if it can be 2. Do not crowd. It is well to put : FAIRLYf I period with the exception of Tampa, -
I' I Interest in South Florida. Dr. Brown Mr. and Mrs. L. Hill were visitors
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Ii20! when the total readied approximately -
chicks under
$ avoided, especially if the Holds\ are only 300 a EOO-chick i i
.. $21,000,0000.{ That was an unusual accompanied thorn. to Starke Tuesday.
brooder There ,
f i
> surrounded by wuods where the wecjU is only one way of approaching -
I -
'j 1N >; could easily find hibernation I 3. Do not feed too soon. The chicks the tax problem in this state, and ,: period, however, for the reason :I \Mrs Elizabeth Howe, \Mrs. 1IIatha.\\ Sheriff W J. Epperson, of Starke,

fI"J';. quarters. It is likewise a good policy have enough food in their system at thut is by tho right way, clearly un ('I that large stores of phosphate accumulated -I i son, Mrs. W. H. McCormick was in town Saturday.
!' ( to keep cotton fields well separated birth to last for 30 to 72 hours, and 'derstanding what needs to be done during the late world war Agnes McCormick, of Gainesville I .- !.
t in order I should not be fed before then. I and honestly and ; period when shipping facilities! were I P ''
to delay the spread of weevils :' Digestive capably endeavoringto were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. *<*-* Only True Church.: '
from field to field during the sum I''' disorders and weak chicks follow do the work to which Governor 'II: unavailable, was unloaded on the Smith last week.J. There la a true church wherever one
(, mer. A supply of syrup and calcium feeding too soon. I Martin and State Equalizer of Taxes 'world market. I band meets another helpfully, and

arsenate should be obtained at once i I I| 4. Tho first feed should be milk in Dawson have called attention in no OPPOSES HILL ON R. Eddins, of Gainesville, was I that Is the only holy or mother church

and a copy of this year's recommen Homo form-skimmilk or butter milk. I uncertain manner indicating plainly :MOTOR CARRIERS transacting business in and near which ever was or ever shall t*<-.
dations, containing the details for ap- '1 Milk is indispenaiblc. Skim milk is I J what the trouble is and giving understandable I Lawtey several days last week. Ruskin. .
x plying the Florida method obtained both a food and a tonic. It contains I directions for making theo Davis! of Leon Afraid Measure to Stop I II I

" from the local county agent or from lactic acid which tends to cleanse th very necessary corrections. I I Future Competition J. Frank Meredith, of Meredith, Colds Cause drip and Influenza
?
) I : the State Plant Hoard or Agricultural '''digestive tract and prevent certain On the governor's part there has -- was a visitor here Tuesday. LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE: Tablets remove I

If" Experiment Station. diseases. I been no "beating about the bush." lIe I Tallahassee, Tla.-Because he be- V. R. Reddish visitor to the cause There Is only one Bromo Quinine.'
i I No method of boll weevil control | 5. Also have fine grit and oyster has taken the tax assessments in the i lieves it might prevent competition was a I E. W GROVE: denature on box. 30cU ,
Starke _
I shell hand. : several : between legitimate bus lines and railroads Wednesday.Mr. '
; 1', will do more than control the weevil, on counties for the facts 0111 ,
i 0. Have a good chick scratch and which ho bases his of : already established, Represen :
t 'j and in order to make a !good crop of I presentation ir- I I Hayner, representing the Walter -
i { '" cotton, good varieties and !good cultural I mash ready. I I regularities, in equalities, in making tative Fred II. Davis, of Leon County, : Dcyo Commission house, of New
method must be practiced, I I 7. Feed often and sparingly, six Assessments. They are facts that I f I will oppose a bill now being circulated' York, spent several days in town last 666 :

along with weevil control. Varieties I or more times a day. Make the first :'cannot be contradicted, successfully.For tin the capitol/ which would vest the week m the interest of his firm.

that mature rapidly and which have feed in tho morning and the last in I many of them, if not for all, there Railroad Commission of the state with: e a prescription (or
\ .1 a well established reputation for the evening a grain t&*l. ]Ho not over is no reasonable excuse to be mude. (I power authority un. duty to supervise : !Mr. Adkins, of Plant City, was a I Colds, Grippe, Dengue Headaches -

quality should be planted and well feed. I Correction of methods by which taxI I and regulate every motor carrier business visitor in this section Wed- Constipation Biliousness

fertilized. The cultivation and fertilisation I! S. Green feed is essential. j I assessments have made is the only an- in the state. I nesday. It .U the meet iipeedy remedy we knew*

) should bo such an to keep I I 9. Keep the chicks comfortable. Do : lution.. It is not diflicult if apprnarh I A paragraph of the proposed bill I

I the plant in u vigorous growing con not permit them to chill. c-d, as has been said, fairly and with states: I
dition so that it ran set a crop quick i 10. Do not let them crowd. 'serious intention to comply with tho I "All control, power and authorityover I "COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE\ WE WOULD' MAKE\ IT"

> ly after the square stripping and I I 11. Keep them "on the go." I law. With the law the assessors I railroads and railroad companies Get Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON PURE and GEM

1 poisoning on June 5. Da not let the i 12. Watch out for the corners i in have nothing to do, except to obey i itI now vested in the railroad commission BRANDS"-now toady QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.Not .

I 1 cotton get stunted or slowed up before the brooder house. Las I they find it, and as it has been nit ':'Is hereby specifically"extended to include the Cheapest, but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,
it has net n crop, line side dressings I 13. Keep a supply of clean freshwater :t tcipreted by the courts. If it appears motor tumors. It would require Dusters and Dusts.
, r of nitrate of soda If necessary before the chicks. i I Ito bear severely in some instances,, the commission to fix rates,

I to keep it In (food condition. !I 14. Get chicks out of doors as soon and less Beverly in others, that is taxes and demand bonds of operatorsto E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fl.

, r Wilt or black root occurs In many us possible. not the fault of the assessors, and t ti I cover damages.
I Florida cotton Holds and whenever I,i 15. Young chicks suffer from diar (i they should not be held 'responsible Mr. Duvis particularly objects to I
: cotton IH planted in n IU,Id where this 'rhea other than the Infectious type. ,: for doing that which the law requiresat that part of the proposed law which '

e disease has occurred at any time, only Some of the causes of this form of their hands. j would require that public motor conveyors -

wilt resistant varieties should be used.A diarrhea are: overheated or under | Speaking generally, there is reason shall get a certificate showing
great deal of the need Mold in Florida heated brooders, sudden chilling and to believe that tho assessors are disposed public conveniences and necessity require l Our CrossWordIf Puzzle

k is badly infected with angular improper feeding I to approach this pending tax the conveyance. He sees in this, ,
leaf spot and anthrncnose. These two 10. I Study:> the chicks and five themgoo problem seriously and honestly, with too, much opportunity for delay in i

I diseases do u great: deal of damage (| care so that they will have every la sincere desire to comply with the i granting! permits of operation and a I
to the seedlings! In the spring and oppoi'(unity to develop. and with the governor's requestto chunce of preventing the establishment
may of lines you are superstitious you had! und 42 horizontal. If you think you
''j)>' completely ruin the stand. It is easy I Ij . ;-;-- ;--; make their assessments in a perfectly isting, railroads in contention with ex better let this ins-word puzzle by lire troocl hop to them right off the
to dolint legal This ,
the seed with manner. ran ho done
and get rid of most of thin nulphric trouble acid I EXTRACIS FROM and will be done, by every II""ossorw"l.thy "I have seen the Interstate Commerce Mrs\ John E. blaven: alont, because !bllt. Otherwise, by working out the
Information concerning this IIOMU IJE J():'
';1, should he obtained i from the process county I A GJ'NTS'1: UEI'ORl'S I me any who are inclined to continue ing of a railroad from Tallahassee to word to be worked out They are J IS 1\ till in the big I o-the "ISteens.

agent or from the State Plant Bonn;! with the same methods that in the Perry that was badly needed bv. thA...-

t '9 at Gainesville (Orange-A home at Orwin Mnnoi. past have prevailed in some counties, I territory, but which was not built because f 7 q S 6 ) B 9 ilu I

ii.1.. -- hus been furnished as a demonstration I then they have fair notice by the governor it would hurt railroads someI -
+ .' l'Jtl:VENT llKl'AY: (TURKS: :' HY in proper furnishings, and last[' that "another way will be found, I I where else," he said, "nnd I do not a I2 Ia G GIq

Diassi.Nr.: PRUNING; WOUNDS week was on exhibition. Thursday;\ not hitherto employed, to compel a want to see any law passed that V
a '
and reasonable assessment\ and would prevent competition between
Saturday a local real estate company I equalization ) -
t All wounds made by pruning loaned me their large bus tc, of the taxes", in such counties legitimate bus lines and railroads already 19 19 2a

which arc above one-half inch in diameter curry interested girls to see the home,,, I'rh.'onls in quotation marks are established"
nhoulil be protected, from de- I thn governor's; he means just what he ------ 11 21 lr

t cay by some means Limbs should I I.lIke-At! Dora the girls' club i, KUIS. No one can claim\ failure to LA WTEY ,; a ss a cuw
cut off so that no stub is left. The Is composed of 18 small girls all I|: j I comprehend his meaning.\ '. Lawtey, March 20.-Dr. O. W.

wound should be promptly! covered: around 11 and 12 years of age, It I Is i I The honest, conscientious taxpayers Brown was a visitor to Jacksonville
F I with n good lead paint or other protective a treat to sec these girls: make rolls,, ''iippierinte the position the governor !bnturday.Mrs.: .
I d t'el'M I according to horticulturists which they do with a great deal oi'I has taken, and they will back him up I'I'I ,I si a sti ssJE

I I at the College of Agriculture I success. .in every reasonable way and manner. W\ F. Godwin and children 3"r+"siL ae JY 10 41ii
University of I'lorida. (These taxpayers are in the majority I and Mrs A. L. Talley left Tuesday

I Such a dressing, which has shown ,I Suvvannoe have each-appropriated Live Oak and the$150 county towards I there is every reason to believe They |few for Miami where they will spend a 13 M 'a ri7

are quite willing to months.
considerable merit and will last considerably a curb market. pay their full |
I longer than paints in share of taxes, but they are very tired 10s
our Col. E. M. Johns of Starke
se climate, is made of the following materials I I Nassau-Friday at Yulca schoolyard 'of being compelled to continue paying ,town on business Saturday., was in scsa

: 1 pound resin, 2 ounces tallow a fourfoot bed in which shrubs ,' in addition to their own taxes I
I ounce spirits of turpentine and 'and flowers were planted; was made 'pertlons of taxes that should be paid Mr. and Mrs.\ King, of Jacksonville, ss

0 ounces wood alcohol. ':around tilL achuulhouue. Cleanupi i I by property owners whose assessments were the guests Sunday at the home

I Molt resin and tallow together. I(i I week has meant much for this school. are not what they should bo, of Mr. and Mrs E. E. Burney. HORIZONTAL 11. Affected smile.
I
After cooling: Homuwhat add assessments that, for some reason or
slowly 1. U Inflict death illegally.
i i i I \Iochua-I met with the other, are not W. E. Dowling, of Starke Fragment.
junior on
{ alcohol and then turpentine stirring 'I an equal basis with was 6. bpeaks. flatteringly. la, Consumed.
continuously. I club at Newberry and started club assessments on adjacent or similar transacting business here Monday. 10. Glory. lei Frozen water. I
The (' work. Enrollment in this club has property. All that these honest -
mixture will harden taxpayers
on expos- David Durban 12. thread 110. :Malicious gossip.
Cylinder to
I came home wind on.
f are to air and should be kept in a grown to 40 members, all doing gar ", ask is that there shall be uniI Jacksonville and from 11. Prevaricator. 20. Unyielding.
den spent Sunday with
I wide-mouthed tightly corked bottle. and poultry work. I formity in making assessments\ for his parents, :Mr. and Mrs David Durban 15. !Man's\ name. 21. Look. i
of
purposes taxation
Apply with a brush. I Holmes-Club members planted not he that there shall Sr. 17. Confederate. 23. Yield a result.
Large wounds which were covered during February 30(> fruit and even an honest suspicion of 18. Act of making native. 27. Lair ..
favoritism
I 1 two years ago with thu pecan or of wilful unfairness on Mr. and Mrs\ James Godwin
dressing of 23.. Parent.
Uees and 400 rose bushes. II the 21. Half an em.
4 have shown no decay whatever and : Tax part of the assessors. :Miami! spent from Sunday to Tues 22. Covered with Wax. I i31.' Musical Instrument (pi.)

j" tho dressing itself appears as Intact'. Collier Exterior beautification assessors, in performing their day here with relatives. 23. Southern state (ab.) 33. Selfish desire. e
as the day applied 'I I around many homes has been done by official duties should be )just as much :Mineral 33. Implant.
spring.
club j apart from personal. relations Fred Smith, of Ware, Mass.\
= members of the county recently. with was 29. Join. 37. Wealth.
CITY COtNCIL) : MINUTES: ; A community picnic is planned for I as property is the owners upright and and with influences a and guest Mrs.\ last A. :M.week Blanchard at the home He of Mr. 2'J. Inclines. 39. Work diligently. o
Taster;
conscientious
Sunday.OkaloosaThe. was on
JO. Blot. 40. Month of the (ab.)
The City Council of Stnrke, Florida judge, sitting in a court of justice. his way home from St. Petersburg, year
met in regular session March 3, ll>2ii/i, Camp Walton Wo I The si U duty and purpose of the where he has been spending a few 3:. linlsh. 41 43.. Loosen. J j

,j with the following members present: man's Club was given COO Abelia I I judge is to .get the facts in any and weeks 31. Conjunction. 44. Girl's Clique. .
a C. }o'. Hoover chairman, D. C. Jones, plants by an Alabama nursery and I every case before him and then to Mr. 36. Part of verb to be. name.
and J. W. White. I 150! were set in the cemetery, the remainder Apply. the law as he finds it, regard I and Mrs.\ W. T. Fincher and 33. Protective article cf dress. 45.: Mental picture.
family
were visitors 41. Prefix. 46. Boat's propellers.
in the yards of club less of consequences' those I to Lawtey Mon-
j Minutes of the last meeting were mem I to involved :"lay. Memories: 61. Note of musical scale.
bers. Fifteen or to those "
junior club members whose disputes
read and at
approved.A require
I I
committee was present asking the :Milligan school have already I adjustment at his hands and in I Robert Nolan, of Middleburg 47. Cease to please. 62. Title of respect'(ab.)
was 48. In
for an ordinance requiring meat mar started their garden and six have set his official capacity. There is no in town on business Friday addition 3-a
kets to close on Sundays. The market > hens. I other way by which a judge disposes I I 49. Tropical fruit. a3AV1
)I evenhanded T. C. Williams of BO. Stumps.
justice. ,
There Jacksonville
1 I. 31E
men were requested to tryout a Volusia-Two no was 3tl1 31d33Nld
hundred fig ''a Sunday 52. Deserve
cuttingsand other visitor
by which here.
way Florida's
plan at closing up on Sundays for a 400 tax assessments i I lb3w b0
1db
have .
cuttings been
grape dis 53. Gastropod.
can be made
short time to determine further fairly and
steps tributed I :Mrs W. :M. Bedding
this week to adult and junior honestly, in order that the of Jackson 54. Efface. aril OdJNS
and the same was agreed to by the state mil- villa
dealers. club members. Every fig tree and Inge may be reduced and at the ,I spent Sunday here at the home VERTICAL db1 3Nba31

An estimate was tiled l by Engineer grape vine that can be made to grow time bring into the state treasury same of her mother, Mrs.: Louise Lowery 1. Portion of plant used for graft Sea l lJ
in the
Kickliter on improving Kingsley! avenue bills. county should reduce doctor more adequate revenues, paid evenly / Mr. and :Mrs. R. R. Thede and chil ing. 4 3 lHab'NS

] ; action was deferred on thU. mat- )and equitably by all owners of property dren attended the funeral of :Mrs. J. 2.3. Edible Unusual.Mollusk NMO >yUUa3H

ter pending the securing of enough "Any part of the city for fifty I Times-Union., subject to taxation.-Florida W. Andrews, Sr., in Starke Sunday 4. Near. W la b3t1Nbn
land on said street to make it the cents!" jelled the taxi driver. I afternoon. wilt's
6. Part of verb a1034w
to be.
proper width j "You can't sting ma again," retorted I -
The regular monthly reports' of the Silas. "I bought the city hall last To Cure a Cold In One Day I J. H. Bitch, of Starke, was a business 7. Petty dispute. CI 3133a9 j I I2i3U

bond trustees, tax collector and trey- year, and they wouldn't give it to I Take MUM she LAXATIVE(' BROMO QUININE:
urer- were received and.-ordered tiled. me." Cold E w J'O "tdSHI"J: :: :: Miss Eunice Dmfclns, of Jackson 10.9. Shmb.Sage of Greece. I 1bb15 3



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FRIDAY. :MARCH 20. l< 21 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH SlAIUvE. FLORIDABORGLUM'S

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the face of the mountain TOO) I ,
TROUBLE OVER led on I Ii.... r ." .1 i 1.1\1\ .oi. h.. tkei W ConfiM
1 high was his conception and! Night Coughing I II Season for Rajololnn Iy ."hl ...,.....Innl.

completed it would undoubtedly have I Rlgittet Hiu'Hi.. tiii| I by mlviTMiij\ I ha. I It I. fllrth..r, ".d.'d thllt thl or.r r btt pub.

STONE MOUNTAIN ONLY been one' of the wonders of the world. Stopped Quickly By good Kruumls fur Kl,,"rng\ i In Its sorrow In 11.10..1 I h..ClQi ltrsttri II w...'County for o\.hl\ Telrgrnph\Coitarc,4Jto. weeks n'vsvLr -

: { -CIl'II\ ,I ....hll.h,1 In astil. ,'u..nty "'ml aiu ".
: Simple Treatment 'rIi. hm.ry 28th ..021.I .
N&tTICETOl)5''j'CKZDITOS6C I I O. W. fuufyomAI!: V N.

LATEST OF LONG SERIES FLORIDA ON TOP 'l'11t111'J., wn? ,> ire Ir".hl,1. with Clerk CircuIt. lourt: .
lt it. f'erAl.-I. nt t.i'Uthln. .; .it 'urht. KlueliIn Tr, ,111,<.,,.' niul' nil persons having elalnu I BIT C. A. KnliihV .

IN NAVAL STORES : biobt>I inT Di in <>.f \ ..I ".t,it'lo HKvps aiinli.Ht th I ,. !.:..tRh, cf llobort P. Jo..... Into of n. E i KNIOHT Deputy <'l...rk.lIolI'Il. .
%\cnki. ,M* tin'n" H\ -4t-n,, IIIUl, 11\ Brn.lf .nl ,, .
) I. Uiiy, KLtrlda.!. "...-....,... will ." fur Complainant Iolihll
thftn n t lo ditiKiioican 34.Ot..1FORPunLlcATIoi'4
1 Iiifi
pi ti A ?tloim, prnrnt tluir damn duly authantlratcd
I ,worM oxer, left them with a sorrow I quickly act to prm ,'nt tills dan lh.. undrnilnno.. nchnmlilrator' within to -- -

(Brooklyn Eagle.) ; ful heart, and that they were turn State Dent I'roducer in The United 11'01' through a very Pimple (,continent. y.ar or 'they nil! bv fnn>ti>r ....."'". and ono all I (
Tempermental Gutzon I Ij'sculptor l'eol>l\I who have h.lr.I'on\ pirnona ln.lil.tr" I
Borglum to anld East' ,, Cr,' rvnunliHlforllTwIth In, Circuit
ing out thousands of students who Ohio to rant at all on uf )., Court Eighth Judicial Circuit
States Says Inspector.TallahammeeFlorlda account "uI' dlbU the
A.lmln.lral"r
', has raised the wind. Drndford, ( Stnto .
again oiinty of
Florida.
were not worth fifty cents u day to coughing 8p..n. have found they cnii I IW. ,, In ChanEninij
::4: This l time he and the Stone Moun- I loop the whole night tlirntiKli un- J. KtTEHSON.' :'r. .
artist. continues to Thiimaa. Joined by hi. 1.
any disturbed often Thomas her
the
lirst time
-'J Jtain Memorial Association they: Admlnl.lrn'or of tlm E.lai5 of Roburt P. ,,, ,
are at I ComplainantMni'ltn
Stirs hold its own as the largest naval try 1tTh. .lon... 0..01. .
I Watersgaln.. ,..
Lloggerheads, the titanic memorial treatment i Is bosoJ. on a rom.irkablo 'rhl. tilth\" day of M.reh 1985. ,
The again stores producer in the United States, Qermok. Defendant,
next Burglum prescription known II.Jr..
5 project which was to commemorate [ boiled the waters year of the art world and from the rate of decline in other Klntfa: Now Dlacovwry l for Coutfhfl. $.2e-Ot-5.l5 I hill It' tiled.aPlwitrlnK::\ in ,:II...bv,nlnno-etaled affidavit ,appended eauae, that to Mar the
tin heroic the You take
figures lost cause on by resigning from the Association states it likely will continue In lead. itlmply lii-fiii.e rullrlntr a ,teaspoonful and hold It atntRht In NOTICE TO Pr.llTOU'8 AXD CREDITOR'S tin. Hcrmck. Ih* defendant therein. named la a
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monolith of Stono non-reaidtnt of
[[ Mountain. near of American Painters and This was the statement made by jour throat for 15 or 20 icromls b..- i :renlil.nl: I of Slate the State of Florida and: la n
Sculptor RII-- of Ohio
; no Center
Atlanta has been tore Creditor anil Street of I
halted. Borglum i I nnllowlnir It, without following persons bavin clalma thoIty ,, .
bas been [ and declined to exhibit at an exhibition R. M. Sasnett supervising inspectorof with' witter.'tlo'f.e preen Iptlon against the? Eaiale:: of Andrew II... Roll In. ,, |la'' of tni-iiivniu. .r Younuatown and U ovr the a*.'
ousted and has destroyed : has: double I ; ? It of Pradrnrd (", ,,ty. Florida, years It la therefor entered
Florida naval stores, when he a not only will mat,
[' the models and working plans. A in the. Sixty-ninth Regiment Ar voothoa tnt heals. soroneiia and Irritation preacnt their elalma i : iluly. ; h. fil..o: :: the liertby ald n..n..I.nt. defendant. b* and I la I
1 I
minimi
made an official call on Governor :Martin [ undenilitnnl to appear lo the bill of com-
mory. Ho said he would not exhibit but It quickly loOHons nn.o'.r' .\ Adminntrator within ono
yiar or plaInt
I turd'
resolution of '
the .Id' .
executive committeeof '" ei>1""> on OT ""for* Mondn
while this week.Florida's rcmo\ '" phlcRin an,l congestion they will lie forever 1>nrrr,l. and all ueniotia. i the dlli' .
and work day of
good men good : \prll.' A. D. .
the association were which Indebted I to aald Rutat ,. .. .. IDII, olh r.
asserts that the tnu direct taut* of thorouRhliiK are "" ( .1 to pay ,vls. II''.. all.-untli.na of ..
,
nearest rival is Georgia bill will lie
ignored. excluded he th. ir aald debla the tajten
to
sculptor made inordinate demands for They were Tho result la you usually Ailnilnlatrutor\ .n* ronfeaird by laid defendant.
said be said. 810\1' HI,umllv the cry first nlxht. with. t""h'l It la further'
1. while miserable work and favorites onlered that llila
money for the work charges him I end it>n> < lit, II''' couih condition goes RAYMOND! ||, once :n week for four Conieaujv order ba pubIhheil -

with "offensive egotism," and declares are surreptitiously invited "Florida however, Is falling off In. In a M rv short tlmtf. Admlnlelrator.: of Andrew M. Itolllni, ilnvraaThla \ I I In tinHiiidford, County 'lelearapK: ** weaka.WI'

without knowledge of the committee. I'I I naval stores production," Inspector Tinprcsulptl.m: .I IB highly recommend vuyi-r publlahed In ald County and Stale.
that his "delusions of grnnduer I .1 for touirlia chest coldx. 13th: dny of Starch A, D. 1025 rhlB February 2Sth. 1925.
made It impossible to deal with him Ha said further: ,i, Sasnett said, "due to the cuting off lionm.'tirm.. anil hrnnchltln. and l lwonderful I" 3-U.9t.6-8 O. W. ALDERMAN.: .
''
basis "Sculpture as it really exists in'i of timber and the fast rate at which for ohIMr.'n'a rouKrhs tat ---- Clerk Clrault. Court.

on any of fairness or common America will not be shown becauseit the present system of turpentine tJ'c'.n': :ri"r\ -no harmful' driitfH. SUPERINTENDENT'S: RKFO1IT Dy C. A. KNIOHTl
sense." I I'i uses"' .,, as the dose la only D""X Clerk

Mr. has has not been given a chance; not a up a tree." one upoonfuL At all good tlrua County .uperlntentenfinancial, .'.,......1 l K KNIOHT.
Borglum been '
the .
storm S.dlrli
Slats A k !
I fair chance." for of county school fund fur tbii" oiunth of > for ( .unplulnant ,1.'.r>t-.I I
center of controversy before this, Mr.[ Sasnett greatly :favors tho I I 11 lirunry tD28.

either In the art world or ,outside of I in 1915 there was a controversy French method of turpentining whhh IiIZt99gYERV I entral ....,! Fnd MASTER'S g.ILK

it. His between Borglum and the municipalart he includes reforestation I O\onlrnft Feb I I. 192ft. ._u.uu.. 497.41 -
outbreaks have been frequent. says a pro- _____. __._ Nolle I.
commission Uiriipta' ilurinv month __ __13$9.7* hendiy iilven that under nod hr.
This is the second time he has filled of Chicago over his gram that makes the industry self Uinrnnt. I..",... dnrlnir nionlh _.__.. 1UB4.72) virtue of 'lhat c.rlaln' llnal 01.*... of (oritr -

the role of an iconoclast statue to the late John P. Altgold. perpetuating. The longer! the industry Hal) Mnrth I. 1"28. ______.____. .____1031.61 kUrr:, made ,ni' rendereil on the 19th. dny ef
Borglum had mode KUIrtct N' .. I p. 1925. by II.',,: Amos t..wi.. JuIir.,
lIe made two angels for the Cathedral the figure with is carried on in he French manner I Pal Frb I. IOCS uU.U.n.U__ 61.10 of the 14th. Juillelal Circuit acting for and

of Saint John the Divine hand raised in protection over a man, the greater the production ho Keeelpla diirlnit. month .._..__._._... 'inald' j'.t: ;:, r.I A V. Lonii Judu of th*
a woman and child Wnrranta' l I..iied durlnir month ____.. 60.00 Klahth I ':nil of Florida.:: In and for
about fifteen years ago. They were a typifying the said. 0\ ,'r.h..f. Mnreh. I. 11K5. ._......___.. 790 Urndfi.rd' "','""1.. Florida, dlaquallflnl. In that

the figures of the Annunciation and I working classes. That was critl ed. I I The naval stores In,luatry was SriIOol. UOARO PROCEEDINGSi Illatrlrl Ne. tOenlinft I {Hank""..I" ass.. u herein .fIt. Federal Land
I if
I'
< Columlila.
So were the proportions of the Feh I. 1112-------------- 967NicelitM n corporation. I. complain
Resurrection .angels. They were the de- started in one of the sandiest nml, | ,durlna month. ._u .-.n_... XIVO.AO ant, anil W. n MoKlnnay Ruby MaKlnn.y.
only angels, out of half hundred I' sign Borglum had a peppery retort: poorest parts of southeast France by \\nirnnta l..u,1| durlnir month .-..'- 84ft,00 loin wife Th* Lawtey National Fann loan
a "I forgot more about i li.iiinl, failed l to moot at its rug- Hal !Mmxh I. 1026---------------__ 14.91 Aaaoelatlnn, a corporation., ( J. M. T"b,. and'
which had been made by Borglum. Inj I sculptural the Moors Kir. Sasnett explained. I I Lilac tin,,' oil>' one member being l>l.lrirt No. I Cltlaena Hank, of llalfnnl. a corporation( sri

creating them he upset well established art over-night than any of your Chi When the Moors were driven out of 11.1. Feb. t. 1025-------------------- 107.17 defendant, the ,under alu-ned will offer for
cago municipal art commissionersknows I I "rr.'nt. Iterelpla ilurlnir month ___. h____-_. 018.16 aal and will sell to tim Mithrat bidder, for.
'
tradition, since angels! have Spain many :yours ana the French Bom, mot in special seslj.HItllrch: Warrant lamml! diirlnu, month ___ .. BIO.40Hal. .".10. In front of the Court: lloua door In I

usually been depicted as male figures,1the I in a life-time. I shall band let him settle in this desolate art I :3 192"i!' March I. 1026 __._ u-- 220.03 Stark liradford County. Florida' on Monday
to call
pursunnt by Superintendent ,.
for that monument and the art Interpretation I Malrirt "N' .. 4 II ii Oth, day of April A. I II. ISIS dilrlnc the
angles mentioned in the Bible1' of the country, and unjcr the sys- Wiggins! L. W. Kloklitcr: Hal. Feb. 1. 19J6 __ ____ ..hh__._ 960hreetpta 'legal honn of pal,. for the lur'H.I' aailafylllir .

have masuline names and accordingto of Algeld"s character tern of naval stores production thy I. and Gt.! Inman durlnit. month .. _n__. .. 170 .. Anal ......'.., the followlnu ......Ib. ,
against the commission and all Chicago 'started I were present.An Warrant laaued. durlnir month -__--- 30.00 e.I l real eainte, bIn" nil' bilnit I In nradfonlcounty .
Bibicnl lore, these two angels were and their descendants arid 1 order from the town council of Hal, March I. 1JB, _____ _u" .._-_ (01.30 Florida, to-wlt.:
named Gabrial and Michael. I' back of it. 1:others developed that section in one Stnrke IH.Irlrl N' .. I 'rue North half of ho South, writ quilrler...
received the
In 1918 Borglum made a report on was ordering Rul. Fb 1. \111.8 .- '--n.-__.. ._ 180.88 lying' S",,,,,, of Wntvroak llranch and the
BorRlum Differed. tho of the richest in Franc", Sasnett de west! nidiof. Temple street adjoining Hecelpta. ilurlna; month .. ._u.... .Soul hi'mil inmrler of th,,, SouthwMt quarter of

Borglum held that angels were I airplane construction program clared.i the school' sidownlked. Warr nl. lanued durlnif month _'__n Hi-cllon 27 'lowiiahip; 0. ,Houlh of Ranir. 2110mm.
charging property ______.. AUu I ; tlio Northeaat
/ irregularities. The report Hal March I. liiuo ISO 8,1 quarter, of I Ih*
emblematic of sweetness and light disturbed the i "The French cut only a face of fourto Ruprrinh'n.r'ntVlglllnM! and !Mr. In Dlatrlrt N' *. Northwest uuarter. of Sivllon( .14, Township

and that therefore hi did well to give president, who asked five inches on tho trees and takeoff man won* ordered to tako the matter i Overdraft' Feb. 1. 11125. -- ..__.-_h_ 4.0 HKeeelpta ro. .Mouth. or hanuv 21 Raat containing. In all
Mr. BorKlum to go to Washington to up I durlnir, month) 474.HO lot,, 120 aen.. mnro or I....
-------
them female figures and expression. just as little wood u possible of having said walk laid. __
I lay the entire matter Warranta laaueil dtlrlna; month ._ 451501 A. 7.. ADK1N3.K .
However the cathedral did not want I before tho see- I he continued. "They work one side l The following hill were audited Hal 1arall. I. 1025--------------- 18.'. I I 8'""" .>rHollcllor .
retary of war, and said the secretary' Illalrirt.. t I M. JOHNS. I
of tree four and then work the
them and they were critized severely. of war would clothe him with full years antI ordered paid: Pal ,"vb. I. 102ft -. .--.-. ..-.__..- IS'.17 fur. fomplalnnnl, 297t49
So he took a hammer and broke them authority -{ other side four years while the first H1OM r.KSFIIH"' : KUMV-I Itcci'lpta' durlnir month .. -- .-.--- --- .24 J i k
to get at the bottom of the1' heels) S 9. Dnwllnir tenchlnirFlorence ton no Wnrranta. laaued durtnir month .. 10.00
into pieces. He admitted afterward ,:situation. I over Miitthewa.. tcnohlnn 100,00C..lyn llnl March. I. 1025 ____u.-_........ 114 M NOTICE\ TO M-IITQIH: AMCredllom I> ClItWITIIt'l .
that he was vain of them, said. ho | I! "In actual work the pines are plant-' "r"' ', teaehl gn 10001) Pletrict N*. 6

felt Following the report, the president''! ed close together and of'' Maybelle Alilerman"' leachlnir 100.00 Pal. F.b.I. 192ft ___....._+.._uh._ 90.77 I IIteeelpta and all. peraona having clalmaairalnat I
worse than a vandal, but asked instituted a systematic into'''I very part Lillian Miu'kfit. tenehlnic 110.00A. durlna month ..-.-......-.. the ,ratal of Mary flopklne, lal. ut .
what there was for him to do, since inquiry them are worked intensively, beginning I.ami'tiA. ttailtlHKA SHOO Wnrranta laaeud .ilnrlnit month .._ 5,00 Urailford I \ Coiinly.: Florida deceased, will |inaent '
the figures had been rejected. His the whole aviation situation. The cor- i I|I when they are six to eight yeaI'Mold. .1. A. J", .hl.." 411.00 Hal. March. I. 10,10---------------- ".11 I their. elalma I \ duly autltntlvatd: I to 1h* )
renpondence showed that the O ...n'klna. l.'iichlnir. 200 nuirlrt Nn.' underalunrd. viwutor and i ieculrlx within .
departure from tradition and his presl- These then are cut up into postx. Corn K'Il'v. learhlnv 17.00 Hal Feb I. 11125-------------------- 1081elpta one year or Ihry will b* forever. barred.

Iconoclasm created lot of talk. : I heat had not empowered Horidum to and put to wood uses. The rest of the I.. W. klrkllter.' bnanl aervlcot 4.20 .'* durlnx I month .::: ::::::: 75.00: I %0,1 all peraona Indi.ted lo ...hl Mtat: ar* ;

a 'I net as an official investigator but < M Inman hoard .'''''1.. 4.on Warranla laauvd hiring month _-_ _.. 7600 1 required! to pay their eald: dobta to the *.*.utor .
In 1912 he again caused quite a trees are carefully handled and last H II. Wlirulna. Inelitentala 0.18 'lal,. March I. 101ft __- .-_--- -__ 1051 and executrix forthwith: )
flurry in the art world when he told that he had been accorded the right togo for about 40 years or until they are H. n. WliriHn salary alipt. 180.00I. DUlrirt plo 10 Thla 261 h Day of February, A. P. 1120. !
ahead on his own motion. This .. R. fMunrila: I tranaportatlon" 71100HO Pal Feb I. loll---------------- lanaiIteeelpla JOHN UGLOW,
members of the National Art School I' of saw.lOll size. In thin way the coun- A. A. 0I-., ., trnnRiMirtntlnnH .00 during. month _u___. 30.70Wnrranta Pweutor. ,

that the art schools were humbug was, after he had written expressingthe / try continues to produce year after A. I'i. unit, I t. t ranaimrtatlon 811(10( leaned durlnii. month ..___. KA TIll 1.lV1NOrUN.

a belief that there were serious errors I and increases its II r. II, ">!..'r\ti'r, tranapnrtatlonI '..10I. llnl March. I I. IlLT. -. .-_ ___ _.. 169.OS 9-2/-Ot.4-.M iise.ulrliOltlFit 1
characterized the Washington\ monument and bad year even produc I. W. "I as nothing but an enlargementof ; practice in aircraft pro- tion." I II' \VWin help evamlnatlun 4.00 hal ...b, 1. 10211------------------- 281.8S| rOR
duction. I Mllle Amliivnn. li'dolilnil 1950 Krei.llitii. durlnir nmnih I .- ......... 360 rl'\lUATro"
Cleopatra's needle, and Lincoln !.,'sler Juliiii, tran.portatlonII 8000 Wnrninta laaiHil. durlnir, month _u ioU In Circuit 1
Memorial as a $2,000,000 Greek tern-I Charged Air Grafting W. A",,Ir..w.. tninaportatlnnr 600 Hal Mardi I I. lll''ft! P_ 2HIOIllUlrict Bradford Cunnty Com I I.Stale Blithtn of Florida.Judicial In Ole Cnanrery lit.,
:. f. W ,,irwlna. IranapurlatlonI 8.00 Ne' II
Borglum answered that he had How Spain Get Name. .
pie with Lincoln Memorial on the I' I W Klo IIt'r. Inianl aervle* 4.20 Pal Feb I. 11126----------------- 101.44Recelnt
door mat. He elaborated : 1 been! hampered and blocked in his |' "Spain' etyrnolo eally. means Bab K i Hi'ili.'nrer. trnnaportatlontltvv 'R.29 .. durlnit month ___ "'''U' AH.:)HWarrantM Mamie Elliabeth Rarrla. Complnlnant

investigations and that the presidenthad bit Peninsula. The -vord IK, aceord1 Nuinmn Irnnnpurtatlon, 8000 iHamd tlurluit' month .. .... flH.Jilllnl Jamaa Robert u'efendant
"Why don't we think of our own : I-HUM SI'n .'V IS- M.II'II, I I. lll.'A ._ . ____ III!,HIDlalrlrt It finrrln.
?1 There better not given him proper help. He 'tng to 1 good authority, derIve,! from (' T l.nwhnrn. ti-aehlnn 12H.00 Ne.' II apiwarlnii lu affldn\ll I appended. to tha f 5
story never was a one. bill ( .
: flied In the alioMiilnti' .
that J..m.
alleged that the aero department was ''the Tunic Sbnfnn.rnhhlt. This nnl- I,Kclli.. W...", UnehlnirMiiuil 0000AO Ov,,rdinfl, Fi*. I I. 11126-------------__ lHldTIteeeipti Itolurt eauae \
We have felt all WP can feel. No nation :; ,, Mllehell. teaelilna11i.fl ,00 dining, month .. 406Walnitila narrla, the findnnt. therein named
"full of profiteering that hundreds of ,!: Dial! Inn been very numeral la the I IH a n..n..nt. ..' of the Hinio of. Florida, and
has felt more. And yet there III' i ,. 'Mrtirtiilpr; tuarhlnv 7000 ,INMIK. d durlnir month. ,I I 10000, i In realdi-nt of I II
I a Slots
I'hlladflplUn. of I'enn-
practically not a particle of art 'millions have gone, that factories! country often stn>ylnK wnol .1 W Inhniinn.' Ivnrhlnil 7000 Oviidrnfl' Mnreh I. 1IUA JllO) III ayltanln I : at 1UI.1 Manli: !.: Html and: la overtho j
produced
I have been created where there were crop' .Hrl!<'IIn f, -..-tim were kept to I-i.K, i Illleh tench IIKUnliil 70.00 .. ni.trirl. ..N.. 14__ age of twty.a, oars I It I la, themfor
as result of it. I Hullcn. Io'.hln.. 7000 Rill F.. I. 10SS ..__ ._ .__. ins cii .
1 no factories necessary" and made drive tlh' ntilinnlx "lit,, of tin'Ir holes. \ \.llli. Sli-auii., tinehlnitMir. 7000 Hoi.elpti.. durlnu month. .. ....__. 400Wniiiinla onlored h that. aald. ui"n.rrili'nI. defendant. b.nnl *
"We have our own and oughtto la henliy rriinlred to appvnr" to the
story riiiiitn" tiiielilnirI 70.110 laaueil durlnu, month .. |II OM7!
We nii'l rim. rnhhh often hill of .
.. .
other represent1 enmtilnint fllul I in laid before
'' charges.Mr. citiuin on or
write it in our monuments. This! ,i' / I I. Ilu I I (Irirrin. t.'nohlllufMu 7000 IiI Mnreh I, III IT' ___ 4 l II ,
I Monday. tl h. Iflth day of March
A. D.
% I SiniilMh, coin- ,
nor lum afterward denied < IldY. leaehinirnum. 7AOQ Malrl N.. II I lit>B, olli.Tivl.: ;.. !
country of ours Is the greatest expression a the allevatlona of laid bill. ,
_
'. Perklnx. learhlnK 30.00W. Overdrnrt Feb I I. 192ft ___ 001nVm
I '''' '' ', .,,
of the spirit of the Renaissance 'report that he was interested in an A TONIC I t''Eho,'fltufl. janitor, 40.1)0 >llita. diirlnic month. .. .. it.12 1 1Wnrranta will It ho I. furlhnr laki'n aa onlenid, ,it'ns-l. that. by thla aald defendant.onler' hal'bilshrl
If. N ,l,'rmsn. tranaiiorlatliin, SO.00 laaui'il durlnu month Ii till*
airplane and had
and still have < company that he onn. wi.ek for four eonaeetitlva.
\ a
wo no epic, no drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores W o Uuvall leaohinBMr 171.00 Uvi-rdnirt March I I. I""I'
I I .
story scarcely: a pi
Yet back to : fortnight 1 friendship with President Wilson by Energy and Vitality by Purifying and II. I'erklna. trnehlnicMIH ((10.00 Feb. I. IlliS' .,. .-,... 81707Iticelnla : Ihla February iiIlI.lI>:: II. I In IU2B.anld Coiinly and S...", .
Furope
we run every -
Enriching the Dloud. When feel Its J.I T. Mimre, leaehinir.Ii 0.00 durlnir month 4.HO
; to replenish! our l ideals." 1 planning to promote a private airplane you .J ,jr. ;Terry, teachlnicAnil I DO 00 Warrants I..,"... durlnir nionlhPnl ._____ lOcal U. W. AI.DBBMAN.: .

As for the fine nrts schools, he 1 concern. lIe said he was a victim strengthenim', Invigorating effect see liow I ,, ,ny Moore, Janitor 15.00: March I I. 1020. 11.*7Illatriel "!) JOHNS. Cl"k C""tSolicitor Court.2.1StilI5
U < 'lberiier 1000 .
trananortallon" Ne. IT
color the check and howIt
said he had been In all of thorn the of n "frame-up." it brings to '1' II I'lnhol.tcr. "'..blllll 7500 Otordraft Fell, I I. 192ft ..__. -_____ 2524 for C'omidalnant.

There was a lot of talk but nothing improves the appetite, you will then :Li.'in Pnifir, tearhlnttl 60.00 H..II'ho! durlnir m.mill, ) 1 IS')
Habitual Constipation Cured l l's Moor*. leaehlnifI aj.OO: W .ront. (nailed dur'nr i "',,'','Hh 1118Overilmft CRItICS POH PIIIII.ICATION!
ever came of the charges. It was not appreciate its true tonic value. I \ Wnmlln teaehlnv 100.00 .. March I. 102ft 162
Ii -
In M to 21 Days proved that Borglum wan wrong. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply [ I I'. ,'k l A "'.rr.m.n. Inaurane 5(00as Malrirt N*. II In Circuit Court Kluhlh, Juillelal' Circuit,
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSI is a specially- I I. I' tlalney. t ranaportattonItny ,7 Pal,' P. I I. 0201Ittcclpta Brndforil County. Slate' of ..Iu....... In Chan-
prepared Syrup Tunic-Laxative for Habiiun1Constitution. The next time he rame prominentlyinto Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So IMHarila: repalran 51.70 b'.h,, I:3Smun'lh' _:.-.-. 707 ,ear,.

It relieves promptly and the limelight! wus in connectionwith pleasant even children like It. Tho blood U Kt>n,>y, trnnaportatlnn D.OO iv,,rrn fin luatled. dtirlnu I ntnlilli' I 112 W. C. Kaunilvnt. Complainant'
I "",,.11-ri Oniniv honk iranafer Di.in Hal Mnreh I I. llttft Atiwnrcn ,
.
the Stone needs QUININE: : to Purify it and IRON to
Mountain Memorial
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days Klcctions: wore ciillpil for districts I i. run Loulio "."n..O.ron".n'It '

to induce regular action; It Stimulates a ad 'The gigantic; conception of a panorama Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs and I (H. 7 8 0 10. 15/ lit 17 and man- i'i..o'rl"' or t.omtotc'tIuN'fY armearlnir' I by affidavit appendeil to Ilia
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. !liUo : of Brobdignagian figures Grip germs by Its Strengthening.! Invltfiir- II. OP IIRADKOKI I I.Ill flli.il In I Hie aliove.,atateil e,,,,.* that LouIse
erhnttIe. carv- sting Effect., Go.,. ',' < appointed. I tipr"tiy eirtiry that tin fnrmiolnii .'.'0 II..,","",',.,. tho dof*'ndanl' I Ihrrrln named I. a
There being further business the meld of th,, n>>.lpl. anil dUburaamanta. olthi non-reidenl' of lliu Slate' of Florida. and aha
... ( no
--- ----- -- --,.----- -- nrliont, fnnrfa nt Pradford rountr., for thmonth I In n roldi-nt, of Meridian Slat of Mlaalaalppltanil .
board adjourned to meet tho first I of .lib. I I1'1?, I I'. a 'flu.. nnil correct I la ..v'r I llo, IIKI, of Iwunty'im, yenra. It
!Monday, in April 1025./ !.> n... host of ntv knowlmltfa and h.ll.fM ,la thi'ri.for,' ord..ri.d thai .nld non-realdent defendant
H WKintMN I,,, and la herol.y reipilred to appear"
'- "- ,,,"l./ t--4O't't.\ !1-11:1: -. '.11- ,'1"1-- ;; ,;- INL'4 GI.ADro I.. W. KlcKUTlm, Chairman. Count. "u.rln..n.l.nt, to tho, llll' of ,complaint fllul In aald ....... oil
I ( l..fni Monday' 11,.,. 21 rd' dny,, of March A.
q.W.t II. B. WIGOINS or
\ Secretary.
FOLKSIN \ .. '. .DLIl. .lti'N!.- '. l i i iI S !'GtI '\. 'tOU've COM! .. mK lIP MfllOOI. KI.KCTIONM. II Ii-/l.!' olhrrwlae. lh" alleuntlona, of until. bill
....:\.I_' ) ":";: to. .. ..I.r. ,I I .c. ,r.' WEARIN' 1.0"16'R" 1 --- --- will I... taHi .. cnnfmaed. liy unlit dufandant.,
r VX/A* Olr;) CIT'r .-.pc'a- ..fQ :- 'J', "S Them seems, to he one law for the Ity I Ih I .. iioui. v.,iti'il I In I lh..m 'liy thi l.nwa It la furthrr, onb-n. d 1 thnt ibIs order b.
,, AoGoIN I KNeJ
I MOPS SH F O-- '{T U5.I: .' -.- \. | ri, h I and nIl<' for (he ,poor, nnd! about I., Florida I Ilu. llonrd' "f I'ulillilimliui, 'lion I ofllta.lford liulillahiil, ",,.... ,n tmk I for four eonaeeutlva
OUR --- .. 'JoJ' DO IT LJNO 4. riointy, hwn'hy cell i hi'tlona .to hohi w.ikn Ifi tI I", < II, "'i f.ri' ,'.,"nIY Tnteuraph., a
Hfl 4-.. ;4OLirmc.et'i .. t a. million, fur tin' nuddli clnsH.- .. .. .
..
id at thr anluMil honvm I In th >lr .*' | *ctlvilUlrlctn ni'w.i'mo'r .1011.10. d, In aald County. and Slat.
'rI'iUTPtT I'M' "inphls Ni-ws-Si"nnit.ir.Piles ? nurnbinil and nnmc'l 'ln nolnla, ,mannu. for unld i.loctlonn; .aa follow (1 I. W. At THRU AN,
&&r No. I 'lli.Ti.Hn! mannKon. I'J'vy1'I; Cured. In 6 to .H Day I) W :Moor.. S R flwlndlaNo By C. A. KNIC1HT

Pruiullila) r.-fund nvmry. If "";W OINTMJlNTII\III fl nirflpy.. m.o.".... T. J. Ti'rry TrunyWaltiwrlicht Deputy Clerk.K .
t ej5 in i 0'. llihlnjl, /Illlnd" Hlodlnil or ProtrudIng A. II. tfarlfy' : M JOHNS
_1 ( Plli H InstallS Mlcvi-n In-him Fllr anil you N". 7 Pnxililyn.. msnssers5 H. G Uf II*'rii r, Solicitor. for Complainant. S-IO-Bt.1-20:
(5I u art n-Mful olmp aft<.r nmi :iiHWlii' -:tl..,u Mo.SKABOAKD J. I'. I'adiirtt. John drlnar. Sr --- -_._-
.. Nn H llradffird,, mnn""..". Wm. farrell O ORDCM ron PunucATio
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FOOLED W Hurry Wailn Harri'll.N.
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A" .s TIME TABLE II Krlley manaitnri. J F.. Underbill ('. In the Circuit Court; In and. for Bradford

". ......-::. ('. froaby. Colnnpl C'oaby.No County Florida I In chancery.
10 Vandcrhllt. manavcn. t.. I.. Connor.J HILl TO QUIRT TITM5:
(In effect November 16 1924.: )
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(' .Mxnr? .. F M Norman.No .
< ..... T. 11:. Underbill el ..
-i SouthboundNo. Iff II.1110....n. manaMvni, N. D
IJy f. .rm..nh.r. I). R.ddlah.No Leslie LIttle, et al .defendant
1.-:' 11 : 1 reaches Starke at 12:10: a. m. 10 Itinlnir/ IOn 011"*>m. 'ratafrfialiy., Rotitllal '1'" Lead, Lull. 'I'm linker and Edwin

( No. 3, 11:02: a. m. .l"p, M.lilf: Norman. Hancock name of. known ""rll.. If llvlnii
N.. 17 llrntilraln. ..... Wm. Cotsmu -
EdwardMcCulJougb IOlIn. and If dead all i'nrli's I clalmlnii an Inline
I } ) No. 81, Cedar Key, B:00: p. m. ... D :M Mooro. John 'I'rwwatl undi .alI. known "r
'- i No. 7, LImited 2:18: p. m. I.. W. KIOKUTKn.: itee'aatd. or ...horwl.. wlina, ....101...*. sea unknown -
NorthboundNo. Chairman' and to alp1 other unknown ".rt....
..oc.'!",- R II WM-.ntNH elalminir an interest In land hereinafter d-

ATfOCAS'nRDON'T : "- I ..... 2 reaches Sturko 4:15. : a. m. County. HupiTlnLmlrn' lJOdl117 terilied.OIIRETINnSt.. ..

_<:. ----;rMicKT"lDha. You and each. of you are' .her**
No. 4, 4:20: p. m. ..
by iulred. to I,* and appear .before the
No. 20 Cedar Jiidtn of the Olrenlt.' Court fur. the Elahth.
Key, 8SC: a. ro.
sIlI\ 10'01.' will heros.Imoi hv th. flo.r.l'
I Judicial .. .
Clrrull f Florid In and for Bradford
I B511.1.1 No. 104. Limited 6:17: m. of 'Pond rruatM of Bradford Tounty. ...n.I....
the nf A.
p. County nlxth day April
/ \ 1 II,,. .offl. of th. .Kmn-tary. of. th Hoard at utMin
01.0 POP D AWIN& CONTEST: at "
orsONL.'l l>. lt>2ft the Court llouae In laid County, In
"T'I-41< at
PoP Wannto BranchNo. '
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I Htarfcv KlorMa' until 10 :oo ...k is. m. \0rtiI : :
M'I l ? / I IAPk -3 __BULLETIN.! 101 leave Stark 7:40: *. m. 1 Ith. I 1'lfl.( and at that tlm ,,,,..".Iy oprnndONR StarkFlortln, agalnut to you 5sw'r In said a Dill Court of Complainti.hllikeil by Mr I .
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>ON I I c..._ .' eA4, 80"5 HUNOCEO3 AND No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. ': R0\r MACHINE' WITH RKifIT FOOTBLAIIK. 'r. o.: Underbill. It. her' Underbill., JennUePannenUr.
I Rerry 1'armenter. J. M. Under-
7 -- .)NO .: ..):;) OF DB.\ SIMCr&' ( Daily except Sunday) TRACTOR MITrM. Rlddora will b. hill. Del He Underbill. Allen Underbill. RlhelUnderbill.
: furnish aprelflcatlona of
,- rvqutrml to eomplwt
I r'r"- .P. ..e COME: IN AND AQBCOMlMCr T. J. GRIFFIN, th. manhliM bid on the "1'1.' fob. Stark Ida IJ.: rhllr.I'II.y; .yRI 111(1.. Jean

j .J, rJl.. ,' ,IN. EVEayCeVE'IS and th* lste of dollvorr.Th Rivera. Ale .' and
-' .. (- .....; j ? Agent Koaril: roaarrn th* rIght to r.J.rt any Florence Undarhlll.
S" l 6QEAT; AND I WANT TO .
'Ilir'' llradfurd County T.ltiraph a weekly
and bid.
';; : ( '" coMPuMENT voo ON: voua. To ill 1''::. s. s4rriue.ws. ni "..,|'.|)., imblilhed, In Btnrke. llradford
I9I ,: .:. 1'1l. : ., ... ., wONoeai'uiWOOK TUB I Stop a Cough Quick Chairman' ('''''n'y, Florida, la "hereby deftla'natml, na the
/ .In which 'I. nolle ,aliall be pub-
'. .7uD6iNCr; UOAfeD VJIUUCeOTAINLW take HAYES IK.AMNG: HONF.Y. afnonh C. A. FlrTCH, ncwtimiiir,
'I S..r.ta. 3.13-Bt-l-XI Iliil) 'I l for eliiht", conautlv week.
HAVE ONE HARD medicine wlm'Ii 6t.6 the rough! by '11.., landa .d'acrlhrd. In th* Rill of Cmmilalnt, '

\ TIME IM PICKlNGTHS licnling, the IriHiimrrl ami\ irritated tissue OftDtU: you PUbLICATION In this ".0... th. ll'le 10 which I la novi., '"*. to
I IH, qulebid avalnnt the named defer* Inn"" If
I'11f WINNE S A box of ROVKS: -PfcN-TRATE:
llvlnif and and all trIo and
In Circuit Court liliihlh Judicial Clrault.nradfonl any peraona n".r
1W : SAI.VC/ for CheAt 0."". head Colds and : County. that. of riarlda.i I In Chan- Intereet through or under them. .1!I. "'..*

Croup; Is enclosed l with every bottle of cary. or otherwIse aa follow, to-ielt, P '. trIll
SEE THIS
: \ ..... SPACE; NEXT HAVES' HCALINt HONEY. The ialvsh'iuld David Stronut Complainant East ,uuarter of :the ,, .I"I"! ::: ".i i i:u r : : ,, -
WeE: FOR FUTgzAP4NOuNcMENT V.. tlon Twenly-l* l 1261.) T > ; utn'
be rubbed the chest and throat .
on ..
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non.I" 5tros". P.'ndsnt Ranae Twenty-tw : i ttui; 11 i 'i *
; ABOUT >.f i hildren sulferinK from a Cold or Croup. aerwurluig 'by sIItavIt! spp.n'i.4 In the ln.. .lluated and I" .." ,n llril', I I '.'y

THIS CrREATBE : fh<- ........ eltfct nl Hay*' Hrallnl Honry l-- hllilft :In tha :av.-.tst.d. .aua. that Osnevi. YlnrldL .
NATO"fwloe I the $trnn.. th.. d.r.n.l"nl th..ln n.m..1 Ia 5 WriNFHS MY I"I I .H I I I. ,-I 1 r. aid
,1-th.throetroml4aiw,1 hvailoii HVprt of
JlK CONTEST'. WINNEIQ 'i'JLPPU81.I4EP : :(,ivr'a!:: O Pen-Tiits 5O: ('drouth the purse ofI n..n-r..ld.nt rot the S..I. of Vlarlda. sad th.r..sld.n Court thlah.., ', I I'' 26.
I t '> skIs' soon : atop* a
HCQT.." IMh: ri-nwdlc.* an pa"inl In aIM cartua .n.. ihnt ..knty-nn ,.*... ; it t I. th.nln. orowrvunm* (a""' .1' irtLI r rI

1''U4.LV J.; .... ...... '.' .,f t hs cr>mbin.Ml tnaTmriiC I. ur s.li l nnn-rtl ...- to .,.,...tr to th,. bill of ernnplnlnf ftl.! ,' Deputy Cl.rkClttBN. .
Just ask your druggist for hATES'IIEAUNG ,n otil'l <-!, .-,.o n .r l...?..r. :M<..n ';.RfFV: : : srI I R. S : !: 4 I

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PACK EIGHT BRADFORD COCXTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 1923.

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PLACING CINDERS OX STREET weeks. at Smith lake camping and
,!, Bradford Counlyelegraph' I fishing.Mr. .

_. I Working under the direction of the
.
Bryant and I. P. Padgett wece
street committee of the city council, Bradford
I Pab/iahed weekly! and entered BJItetxmd :ntr. ,.et forces have placed coders business visitors to Starke Saturday.Mrs. Higha'i
i. Jam a )Moore who has been
tUat- matter it the poutoffice ..1. Thompson street, from Call street
I' t'. Jefferson st,.. Other vUitinK her motttcr: Mrs. J. E. Oiuiey -
at Starke Florida. streets in
i left here Sunday for her homein
town have been graded and cincbed.I .
I 1 = = ': ____.. VaJdofcta.; G*.
,i \' :X a. MATTHEWS.._. .___._.. ..- I, CAN HAVE-" rERTlLJZEB Rev. Beaver filled his regular appointment ; School Journal

J. C. KOBINIO.V________..MMU <.( UitM. TESTED FREE at the Baptist church here .

I Sunday morning: and evening..
\ '' Cituena: who are purchasers of B. M. s : f. > vs.K.. E'.iER Rl --ELL SCOTT _.
{i. PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY I Hersey was a jrwiness vm- M'
feeds and fertilizers may take saro- tor to Hampton Saturday afternoon.Ben Editor Sport> Editor ; -
.. 'riE's of \.F FRT MIZELLE: EE-E MATTHEWS
-- name to the state chemist in Hail of St. Petersburg, is visi i
SUBSCRIPTION RATEsix Tallahassee and obtain without .1.. ,'ac' ':4..>" J->ic. Editor
cost a tinghis parents )Ir. and Mrs. 1L A.
r.-r..r1'cate': of analysis according to Hail. i I' '
Per y< 11.50/
ir
u. r krda I law, rules and regulations.Any Miss Ruby Cloversettle) was a visitor I. We art triad to learn that the i I .
'; M .. 7jc;:; ; teed i or fertilizer that U properly to Starke Friday. schoolhoujv is still ,did: as it was think; badly of-ru. a<-> let's reform. We needed. through thi < -e.tion &/ *r .
.filtered with the commissioner ofagrmtutture The many friends of Mr. M. A. feared that the rather hard fall the are all at fault; let us all take pride farmers and the roads would toe
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has a guarantee: tag and Hall will be glad to know that he U High School pupils have been taking :, in the condition of our building in the :greatly: benefited by some 7r.:...* ri.

4i .j-.amp upon each package, according improving after a .sertoo* operation. lately had shaken it some. rfuture. The graded ruad from here !? '*! -.-

.\ agricultural officiate. Farmers still ;' Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Triest, of I rifle is in very bad shape, owing >
i ri.ay: rave the protection against feeds Stuart, are visiting friends and relatives The Senior chemistry class produce i OFFICERS SEEKING NEWLY WED the dry weather and the heavy tra- .
I
a.d fertiliser below the standard here this week ... some very wonderful things in over it. some motorists prefermsf .
tau-i on the analyses L. D. Garrison, a bridegroom of two travel the old road through by Wim-
even though; Mrs. Robert Cason and children I their experiments1. Only the other day *
the ate tempora has [ weeks, U being sought by officers on store and Hill rather
no officialpectors. and Mrs. they produced something that" could berly's by Clay
Fortran all of : "
seam ..-. Melrose were kharges the nature of which with.
are
They are than travel the
f permitted to tut smelled all over the building. grade.
visitor at the home of !Mrs. Fred
held. It has been learned l that Garrison -
-D'i or take the samples the ,.
to state .
qe'rl'! Cloversettle Monday. Visitors to Starke/from her.. > -
i h,*-mst for analysis. t The between Starke and Lake going under name cf Douglass "
game
I Mr. George and Fain Neal were only had terday included :Mrs. H. Wimt-erly,
recently completed
----- --- business visitors to Hampton :Mon Butler Wednesday was not; quite so a seven Miss Hazel Bopsrs, :Miss! Winifred
::0.... 4'Ji4 DETERMINED MOVE[ TO day. 1 bad as the one before. This time the :year term at the state farm for highway Wimberly' Mr. Tucker Boggs. '

(Mei.-xrahip in National HighwayAssociation PLACE: NEGROES: AT I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dodd and children I score was only twenty-five to fourteen robbery. He was married March A. A. Crews, of ('nl nhtH., \ ,.'rd!
CAPITAL: MAY BEGLS : In favor of Lake We 6th to young lady of the Wateroak "
are
'. ) attended church and Sunday school I Buffer.) I II realer.! ; Tuesday.
section
'' not certain when another game will and was living there.
'in
Washington, March 13.-lt is Hampton Sunday. I be played. The Starke lineup was Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Bais-

: Lint .v''k;; Bradford ouniyS: l learned here today that leading negroes I HAMPTON about the same aa before only "Bean" den went to this place in search of

y, strawh.,rr.-s Uian < imt, 'tag around in the L'nited States, aided by I Alvarez and -Tub" Wiggins were In'' Garrison but while go.ng thrji-h n* II IIl

57 cent at the platform in Starke and many white people who believe that Hampton :March 20.-Mrs. Genie the game this time. The Lake Butler Gam branch met Garrison comini; t )-

Lawtey. I I I the negro race should be represented Ganann and daughter and Mrs. Clark I team seemed to think that the Starke ward them in a Ford car. Rec< *r zing -
[ in
-0-- ,: Congress, will make a determined of Alachua county are the guests of team could not make the game interesting i the officers he left his engine running

If MUM o"fthe Sunday supplement I'Congress.:effort before the regular session of Mrs Frank Johnson this week. I but up until the seventh inning and took to the swamp v.-h-.r: <-

stories were filmed! there would be begins next December either -'i Mrs. E. E. Hardin and family, of it looked bright for Starke boys I i the officers followed Deputy Barn: :
). many fatalitlei among the censors ;I' to force negroes into Congress or' Jacksonville spent last Sunday with The score then was fourteen to nine ,[continuing the chase Khile! Sheriff
reduce the
viewing them. [ number of white members friends here. in favor of Lake Butler. Epperson went to the state farm to

1 -o- !from These the South. I I I Rev. Hicks, pastor of the Baptist The Starke team is expecting a secure bloodhounds.. The doir followed

Another oil well scheme is being iI I be reduction people claim that there must church will fill his regular appointment i game with Lawtey soon but we do not the trail; until they hit a stretch ,ofi

promoted in Florida, this time at .the a electoral of representation in next Sunday morning and eve- know exact date game will take place. j jOCR :I i i burned-over land where they lost the ,
college or the House of ''
I I. scent.
Sebring. Evidently the promotersfin4 ning. I
Representatives from those states BUILDING
lockers plentiful in Florida even Inhere the ballot is restricted because The parsonage of the Christladchurch I: It was learned later that the fusn-

if oil is unknown. fof I the race. 'I ILeading' is being repaired and put in Our school building has come to''',, tive had been picked up; !by another

--o- I' negroes who have called good condition. I the place where it resembles an autograph party and carried to lawte::. where
I t With the opening of the Lake CityPa f'! upon the President. have asked him to''' Mrs. :M. E. :Manaire was a business album more than a dignified ;I''It is thought he caught a train and l !; ;
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la tka short Starke will be visitor to Starke last made his n
route Saturday.
; aid them in the reclamation of their institution of learning.! The once whitewalls ,,: escape.
on the highways of the state-the shortest the ending of alleged! discrimination home here last Saturday after a visit signatures of those who have attended 'I I I Latest news from Washington i- Secretary of War
routes to both the east and wes t in the various Departments of the with her sister Mrs. W. P. flirt of the school sometime during their that the P.epublicans are trying to

coasts."Twenty. Federal Government. Louise. life. In some places the walls look change Florida's congressional color

-t -o- It is learned that the men most interested :Mrs. F. M. Massey, who has been like a page tron from a child's story scheme from Green to Brown.-Tarn- a

new lax: policemen have ,!p,, in this movement have been the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. book with original verses often 11lustra pa Tribune. i it J

big head*," says the Timee-Union. '|'told frankly that the only way they T. J. Durden, returned to her home I| ted with even more original o'I
'' at Carry Miss. last
Saturday.
They arc usually distinguished\ by'| can get member of their race into drawings. I' PINE CASTLE
their big feet but Jacksonville likes :''fcngress is t to elect them and that f itI Vf. :'1. Dirt of Louise was a business The desks have not escaped their .

to have things different. would be time lost now to all 1 visitor here this week. share of mistreatment. They are disfigured I'I -
go G.
I Theodore Sparkman and daughter. Pine Castle, :March 20.-Mrs. ;F.
i
Ii with etchings and
City-Palatks i i over the Crurnpackcr bill which was Miss Eliee have returned to their i I carvmg.tof Johns and daughters, Idell and, Don[ ,
The Lake Short fought jut in O.ngrcss ninny year. every description. Each person frier. U here
Waldo
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of
home after a visit with Mr. ,) were among
Route is arousing much interest i in :'ago, in the effort to reduce represen- has endeavored to show his artistic
man's, mother, Mrs. Elise spark-I I Sunday and Monday.: I
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\ the central of the thf from the South. ability so that many of the engravings I
9, part sate, being citation I Miss Ruby Harvey who has been :. Roosevelt Hall who is empo\e.l! ; l
elaborate.j .
are mOlt
; most direct route to the east coast ,! About 1902 a member of the House
I IS.wral Coin
the of her with the Seaboard Railway ; nn.jspent
guest sister Mrs. W. R. I I
from j Atrar.lCer wishing to know the
of the counties below Putnam, Ohio Crumpacker aided by
certain .
Jones of Palatka has returned to her'' Monday here with his par.t- I II '
history of
ore becoming interested and asking members of th(, Senate, made a home here. our school life does notneed I :Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. Hall. IL
for meetings of the association. hard fight to have Congress cut down to !investigate the records. Her
Mr. Murrhee, of Graham was a Mr. and :Mrs. T. J. :Moore an I fam-: |
.the- number of member from below ---o--- business ly of Starke Sunday here with j
I visitor here last monday. {t! Th. spent
: nrf the annals! of the school
the Mason
The number of autos in St rko Is I and Dixon Line, but noth- R. M. Williams is spending\ this All these defacements his neice?; !ol,.. A. C. Hall and family. ,
'1 ing ever came of it. It was recognlz- are blem- Miscses Clemmie and Luck H'I'!
growing rapidly I and either the traf week in Venus. ,,
.
ishc
tic regulations should be strictly enforced led II as a political .matter.ISTATEEDUCAioRS Rev. E. S. Taylor filled hi. regular |I: st-.Je.-nts.on the We {rood'ion't character want outsiders of the to and Messrs Olen Ray and Frank : _.,.r:G__.r[

or abandoned'entl..ly. If drivers appointment at the Christian church j !Brewer of Waldo, attended l rhurcr.: at iI!i

know positively it is "every man, FAVORS NEW LAWS her last Sunday morning and sustain <" I Hampton Sunday' evening. I I Harry S. New
for himself" they will not depend on -- g'i i., TIME TO QUITTRADING :Mr and Mrs. E. J. Dowling -viroi I II p .. .,. r ref
other drivers observing any rules, and jl I Local Supervisor, Dark From !Meet tia11-Crott I business: visitors: to Waldo unrta":; :;. I I'f

11 r will drive accordingly. 'lag, Tels] fr( Action, on JJ Ili.; '',II Last Saturday March 14th at 3:3: ( : 'f[ Mr. and Mrs. Mills and family. "r' :
--_ I: o'clock: Mr. Lynn Hall and Misie : DOLLARS ( Graham, were in our section ::>uii<.i.t> -- -
i
i It is absured and ridiculous to: think" I I Tampa Marehh14."i am of th, Laurie Lorine Croft were married i it evening. I IMr.

that II. O. Brown ever had a chancein [opinion that the proposed cunstitu- Gainesville In the presence of: a nom. G. W. Sheffield and .on-in-ia.-. |
this overwhelmingly Democratic, I tional amendment for removal of thi,e ber of their friends. .1 HASTINGS DECLARES THAT PRES. Walter Payne were in Starke utti-n I 1- e

j' district where R. A. Green carried ten'mill limit as a levy for tke The bride was beautifully attire d t !!iT <;>UT!HERN FARM SYSTEMs inv' to business Saturday.Mrs. P l!

I every county for the nomination an dIitation! I eral fund should fix a new lira. in a dress of brown silk crepe de chine ,,s NOWHEREAtl&nta. E. J. Dowlinq; \\ ahIJpr'n.: _' | !{

received a II to 1 vote over Drown.Johnatown .- I for the levy and not leavi mesaline, with accessories t match 1 in Starke Saturday afternoon.
News. the question as to maximum levj y The bride is the eldest daughter oi f; Ga-r:': i', clal.t-fe time II. W. Harvey of Hampton, \va- I flnclejohn.'
-p-- {I entirely optional." \\'. D. F. Snipesjcounty J. II. Croft. Her pleasant disposition; tor every South rn farmer who clings with friends and relatives here one .

For the protection of autorists: who I school superintendent salyesterday d j has won for her many friends. She i ia; I to the all or n> arty! all. cotton Idea to day last week.

\ 1 observe the traffic regulations. a vigorous |I upon bis return from Jack. very popular here especially among. do a lot cf straight: thinking before Mr. A. A. Hall Mr. Jackson and I Lookia' toward the future
." I where he .. the I his 2475 Most of 'holds a fascination: fr
campaign against the careless sonvilte attended the conference young folks. be pitches crop. our Mr. Black of Hampton, and Albert strange, >
I of county: school .. The is the cotton farmers ?tr> trading dollars ambitious human natur'
and drunken drivers should' be insti superintendents groom youngest son oi Stringer, of High Springs! were the ever
tuted. To the ordinances now in ef- from throughout the state. W. If. Hall a successful farmer and and )losing at that three years out of guests of A. C. Hall Monday.Mr. Ihlrstln', for a change, And
fact should be added one forbidding The Jacksonville conference went t: is very popular being especially com- four," said II. (I. Itaetfcgs! leading and Mrs. Walter Payne and though we're doin' well enough
on record as unanimously mended for his agricultural: authority( and Chairmanof
and
favoring honesty industri-
re daughter Jennie and little Earl
glaring headlights on all streets light- sun as on our way we prance, we
; ed by the town. moval of the optional levy of ten i ou.i habits the; Farm and Marketing Bureau' of and Mrs. Payne's mother Mrs. G. W. embrace a resky promise every
mills as a tax for school Those who witnessed the the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce."For .
general purposes beautifulWedding Sheffield; and Mrs. A. C. Hall\Il! were time we get the chancel I IL001dn'
cornea-0-out-with based on the conviction that a, !' were: Misses Eatella" Hobby the past two years ProvUeacehas shopping; in Gainesville Thursday
t Marianne the announcement higher levy i iA necessary for the prop. Nataly Marchionny and Gertrude stepped In and saved ua from the afternoon. toward the future
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of "Florida's Prize Tur- er financing" of the public schools i in i Allgood. results of our ore folly. In 1923 we Misses Clemmie and Luclle Hall holds the element of doubt-

I k I nip perhapa one of the largest ever the respective counties! of the state. Their many friends wish them planted thirty nine million acres of entertained their friends Saturday Jest enough to Epur a feller who

,-: produced. in Florida and weighing ten Those sponsoring the proposed constitutional much success and happiness. cotton; In 1924 forty million acrao. evening with a party. It was well attended delights in ftndin' out,-No-it
I i : pound.: Ten-pound turnips in Brad amendment however, advocated In each or these years there was acreage the guest. being mostly from aIM the fact of dyln' that
' I ford county are so common as to excite I the plan embodying no limitation The I'roaram of Senior IJ. V. P. U. enough to have made with even Hampton, Waldo and Grabanl.' About arouses latent dread it's the '.'
but little attention. The largest in the new legislation for mil following program was rem fair season conditions! sixteen to elgtu thirty-five guests were and likelihood of sufTcrin' "
present at the
I i so far reported this season weighed loge that can be levied in the respective dered by the Senior Ii. Y. P. U. last teen million bales and a ten-cent price all reported a good time. cross-roads aheadLookin'
i i fifteen pound., one ounce and was counties for the general school Sunday evening March In/ at 7:15 i or less with the inevitable farm smash i on -
1 fund. Subject: Special Meeting of B. V. toward the future fera
i grow near Lawtey. that such: price would bring. Providence HIGHLANDHighland
I The Idea. was advanced that the P. U. cannot e depended on Indefl- better brighter day, we escape
I j "How the dogs are running" readsa different counties shouM be left free Song: We Are Marching to Zion. I citely to bring unfavorable seasons '' :March 20.-:Mrs. Ida B. the haantin' memory that would

headline In the Tampa Tribune. to levy such millage as school conditions Prayer-Prof. Lawhorne. and cut: down yield per acre. We Wiliams was called to Plant City Friday face us t'other way While

( Horrors, is such a thing allowed In I required. It was agreed that a The Bible reading leaders part win stepped up a couple of million bales by the illness. and death of her there's nothin' quite so certainas

I Hillsborouirh county the home of the I bill providing" for the proposed constitutional beautifully arranged and carried out | in 1934 and, by so doing the South brother. a snooze beneath the sod
by Mrs. J.
: Tampa Times and the Plant City amendment should be V. Jones. has lost about three hundred million Sheriff E. J. Weeks and Deputy nobody doubts the future of apardnershlp -
Courier? And the nasty digs they drafted by W. S. Cawthon state sup Jesus.Song: What a Friend We Have in dollars that have come right out of Jesse Quigley, of Green Cove Springs with GodllMJ)
.1. ablY. been giving Governor :Martin 'erintendent of school | the farm pocket 1 1i II were business visitors here Wednes

I over hone racing in Dade county! Cutperhaps I A recommendation was approved Leader Miss Hilda Durden. i "In spite of these danger signals day.Mrs.
1 the sinners of Hillsborough/ by the conference that, to provide for Introduction-Miss Hilda Durden. Dying In every cotton state plans J. A. Starling left Saturday
I do not bet on races like the case hardened the present emergency in the lack of Part 1. Attaining the Standard nf are belcg made everywhere to Increase for Miami for a visit with her son, C.

I., 4 sinners of Dade. school funds, a bill shouM-----_ r_>._. __"nni-f__n._i excellence--Ada N'immo. cotton acreage In 1925. This B. Bennett and brother Travis George.Mr. .
\ -0- by the Legislature to impose a surtax Part 2. Bluffed by the Bible Read- can only be done at the expense: : and :Mrs. H. C. Wimberly hadas

l\ Jacksonville's n'ayor apologized to on luxuries, the aggregate fund to go Part 3. Is Our Standard Worth I cf cutting down food and grain acres: week-end visitor Mrs W. M. Wira-

i a prominent touriat there who received to the state school department. and Striving for-Miss Flora Wills. at a.. time when food and grain ia High berly and H. C. Wimberly. Jr.

q a reprimand at the hands of a cop distributed to the various counties Part 4. Planning the Missionary and going higher every week. 1 Harry Ewing left Saturday for his
I Program Miss
on duty when he ignored the traffic according to average attendance, or Mitchell. "I am no alarmist but the present home in Jacksonville after a visit
lights at a cross street. The mayor the number of student entered In the Part b. Use Home and Foreign tendency the Intent to plant the whole 1 here with B. B. Williams. .
probably figured" that Jacksonvillewas [schools of the respective counties. Field*-:Miss Annie May[ Wheeler. face of the earth la cotton this spring S. J. Starling left Friday for a
The superintendents further Part 6. Associational Work-Mrs. that is evident trip to Tampa and Lakeland. While
,, the only city in the world with recommended H. B. so gives me grave con
traffic regulations and that the vtei adoption by each county, of Peoples. cern.: If the boll weevil or drought in Lakeland be will visit his daughter i
tor was unaccustomed to such. If he a salary schedule for teachers, hav Part 7. :Missionary Gh'lng-'ofiu: ;' don't cut the 1925 crop starvation )low Mrs. W. A. :McEwen. He was accompanied

t. had been a tilck from the sticks his ing a basic salary for beginners and Alice Black I'' prices will get the cotton grower. The by his daughter, :Mrs. C. tfJe s J"@h]
honor's feet would still be on hi. increase of |3 for teachers with one Follow.BenedictionV.Song.: Where He Leads Me[ I Will situation looks just as hazardous to me M. Hudson of Jacksonville. They expect

I & \ desk. year In normal training and an increase I as in 1920 unless the crate for Increased to be gone about two weeks.J. TbKOOMTAT RKimva .
- -- of $10 for teachers with two( B. Wheeler. cotton acreage can be headedoff E. Bennett and J. A. Starling aoa.ABOSJT GE.sffLATioe,, NJVSE-'Tlt; e--

The second congressional district years in normal training. The recommendation somehow. were visitors to Lawtey Saturday. I IOA.r-1. -

has a lot of local color mixed up In contemplate maintenance Growing cotton and buying bread B. B. Williams spent the weekend I
its politics. :Mr. Drown is seeking to of the present system of pointsof Sugar Prom Woo4.ow meat and grain la simply trading dollars in Jacksonville.Mr. .
contest the election of. :Mr. Green. service and efficiency in connection. > tlIe 're making sugar out O' or worse. It sever Is profitable. and Mrs. Henry Grader, of
Presume the fight will make :Mr. with the salary schedule. worst Chemists have found. that theycan VIoet years It's a losing game. There Columbus, Ga., and Mrs. Oleeta M.

Green see red, and that whichever one The conference went on record as fake a too of sawdust" and get s la only one way to safeguard 1925. Gribble of West Liberty, Ohio are illy T j' '
lose will be blue for a while. Inci endorsing a single' salary schedule quarter of s ton of sugar nut of It Plan for and plant enough: food grain the guests of :Mr. and Mrs. H. C. oi

dentally this man Green Is the one for teachers of the ssme qualift a- The process consists of patting tlloN.du..t and forage acres to Insure your family ,'' Wimberly for a few days visit. :Mr.
Frank Clark insinuated was "yellow," : tion. and experience, whether employ. i: IIHO e closed retort and sub and live stock foil food supply with. 'and Mrs. Grader and Mrs Gribble

but his succi-si at the polls indicated: ed in the high school, grammar, graded jetting It to digestion with a .-!flk so out buying from store or feed dealer. have been spending the winter in
V the people of the district considered or rural schools. II j tatlon of sulphurous acid under a pre.sure Ia this don't forget that a !good big>! Miami having motored through from

him to be not as black as he had been of from ninety to one bund/** home garden la a wonderful food Columbus and after a few days v. painted--in fact, they tnust have considered I TIIERE3SATheressa pounds to toe square Inch. Eighty pee source. With food and live stock in St. Petersburg and .cara.ota they
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him a pretty whIt. sort of I :March SO.-S. T. Gall- meutabl. Toe sugar product thus obtained U called Is".fee.e amply provided for a good living It'* lumbus.are now on their return trip to Co-
Insured regardless cotton prtcee.. >
( chap.-PIant City Courier yard and family are spending a few tb loss"
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