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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LAKE CITY-PALATKA SHORT Secretaries Association To LOCAL AUTHORITIES



ROUTE ASSOCIATION HELD I Meet In Startle Monday AFTER SPEEDERS AND


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MEETINGTHURSDAY \iiI) tir !Peek Will Turn I (h ,'1' Keys eifI ; RECKLESS DRIVERS

the City to Msitors.I .
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Lnki < 'its. :\lar.l1 :fl.-l. .ike" i 11\ I I Fiie Ni'ith t West mill Central Flm !! h h .\le i 'I i > .el "an open)

Thuisila Legislative Committee 'lel.i Seiielir.v! Assentation will hold. JOHN BUNDEL INJURED .1 u I 1"" .I I I" ,ut I I le'e kllS liriVu -
will |p1 i i.nt a busy scene on |
the LukiI (itthud imuithlv) me-oMiig! in St.iiken i .. STRUCK \: ,I. "' -I I ,tl. ,,, I f. II" "l n 1:': I'h.. ..1.Iii of
WHEN BY CAR
\ \lanh I, i Jii I;, ..1 vvlin.li i tune Appointed For Short
A.ssoem: I I II"\l :Mundii,/ ,! ', :Maii.li SJlh and will I ," "11 ,,1\1' -I\ eel" ol.I'tllrk.:; .'
( -I'al.illi.i Shoi t ICoutu
"\ : Route Association In1 1I1I.'nIt..1 lij. sccrc-tiiiic. fiom nil It "(10' I pol ,I fill' weeks it.L.
lion' vQl I iiuot here. 'Ihe meeting: "t>( '' i I'nrk ik'nchics I lit.uiolislu'il \\ liintruck a
the ii-siici.itiuii, last week In DeLiinc I 'I. ,., I turns( of the stale. This orirani-i-i 1 I ...' V ,' I .1 I "I II 11 I 111IIII"

vvui"lit husllI-llc and well attended I Enthusiastic Meet jag Held in De- ''tioii, win I'll is composed of secret i Junipn (urbing/ at Corner. I I 01'111'I' I I t II"I LI u 1'1.' I ,II t ,I .' I II

I In '-iiitiitncs of the counties, Land Last '1'hursd.i.v. Luke ('itt ''of the i different tiudi bodies anil >''\ I -1'" 1111"" ,
u (pie I[ Will He Host for I his eiignnuutioiu, was formed in Luke' Juob Ulllldel ivci'ivetl IMIIIIUIMS ,,1 I :'ii i 1\\ I.', I'" ..,11 hll" iL ,II'I I I II ,
that v. ,W \In' )binehted% by the proposed)
IIIch".Ifl'1II Lake City to Pa- \eek's. Session.. tity 'in .'"nllnr nml has for its pni-' mid cuts, and I Deputy' \\ \\1 I I' ''' I 11".t I 1"II"1 V I"J"I'I..s \\l I ,. lie t tI

m liitk.i.'v i in.iking' the route to the East' I po-i ,i ilnsir unity among, th>' -,',1'-i ili i-ui-it, imirovvl.v esi.ipid seileills. 111'1 (/111 -\a'I'I t I bILL 1 10\' lllllWIIll' u I, ,, \\1 ," ,

.> l DeLand, :March :JO.! -The regular tin'ic1.ILL' lit dl within north wont nml'initial illl'lI'I I i :'iitii; 'day uftciiiooii vvhcti II under I Hi i; t lo dnve( an iiiituni"' ''' 'e 1111
toast .1 miles shorter.Ilnrij .
'I weekly' meeting of the Lake Citj-Pn- 1"I'I'illa. to better udveitii'thi I I u.U I ;: I diiven I I I lo A I hilt :Mi/i-ll I ce>loreil.,I. I, m" ',,11I1',1/,1, "" \ian" oleli/ 'i pei ..n i it

Mump will head! a delegation : latka short Kimle' Alsociution'IIS t si-itioii of our state und to n- i-t of llrookcr, jumped the unb at thc I theieinsceiiolic| ('s arc like I\ t tl'' |111'\' '

fiom, Vuldosta, tin., Jasper Jen held nt DeLand yesterday and was | nil I I commercial organizations in de"- I liinilfonl:' County' Hank and unsbrilhe ] unpleasant'' (to them. :Mi" I 1'1:i" i i .instated .

"inlnd/ White Springs. attended enthusiastic. delegations p eloping our section. 'I ] lIt.. ( benches on the Pit rkviiy'. One t \\odmsdny, thoro wiie'I I ninivdiivers I

A dole-gallon/ fa'omVest Florida from all along the line. The chairman I !Mayor C. L. Peek will welcome tin : u ul I' I the 1 benchesus! reUuecil to Is. iitl- I I II under, \lit. who. oiehimiiK: .1 t] i iII 1\ .'

will be headed by T. P. Turner of of the association", Mr. E. S. Matthews : visitors; on behalf of Starke and tin. hog wood h)' the impact II lit! Mr. mi' I I.ic-I.tier I than man)' older. |I"u I ei I ,.>..11-I I ,

Tallahassee) J. W. Hat kin, of :Monti- appointed) a legislative committee lo day's program/ will include luncheon, I. Mimdcl was caught between the but I if t hey worn involved in an m., i

celloV.. E. Algee, of :Madison and look after the necessary legislationin at the Woman's Club at the noon. 1: 1,i.in'bet, receiving mummy painful dent through their failure te> 1111 I

Chap Tedder of Live Onk. From the connection with the rout and a I hour and other entertainment features bi'DISCS and cuts on his It>!rs. Sir promptly in a crisis, this shorlfT office -

southeast u motorcade will be headedby publicil committee was also appointed OH", permitted by the space of Kmsde-n jumped from the path of the would hear' the blame for alias

Forrest Luke of Sanford lr.DBMS ) to look after details from time after the business session of ml iii n'bine i in time to escape I injury.Messrs. bag the practice.

Forrester, of New Smyrna, E.W. that point. the organization/ is. completed. : Baisilon and! Bundel 1 were lie cite-el, an inslanee where I tlu-.

Brown of DeLand C. 1 It.( Kennerly The next meeting of the association Stnrke's citizens need no urging f t" t the' only two oceupunts", of the benchesit week he stopped the ,driving oC .1

of I'nlutkn. F. M. Walrath Keystone I will be held in Lake City on make the day a pleasant!:! one for thiisitorti > : t the time. Mr. llmsdeii stilted, that '! heavy tuck "1>I'rntloI by a younirsteiwho

Heights C. A. Futth of Starke Thursday March 20. \ and it is suggested t that I llu. truck was going west on Call was incapable' of handling t tin. .

and Jesse Johnson, of Lake Butler.The The Lake City-Palatka Short Route every one who possibly can attend the James E. Fechet. who become street and in making the turn into machine propelly. Such cases us I fins I ,

executive committee composed will give a direct connection with all opening of the session.: I Chief of the U S. Army Walnut street the driver nnrtowlvmissed anil,I In )lrlll'l tie-ally all instances wlicie.vnunuslc'is
assistant
of :Mai. I 12. Matthews: of Starke, central of the state well the curb White's ilining plvusinouir
parts "' as us 1 Air Service April 17th to succeed ut cornel." : me / II
Jesse Johnson of Lake Butler: II. A. being the short route from West to BERRIES: 1 JlIWI" AT .m fin Brig. Gen. Mitchell Sec'y. Weeks '\ppnrently this excited the' negro/ they an-. doing, it with thu kll
Chapman and S. P. Bailey of Lake East Floiida and will open up some announced the change despite pub alto was driving! and', jerking his gas ; h'dge' and consent. of th,. owiiiis" orpurcntH "

City, .1/. II Hitch Starke. F. 11.Val- of the best agricultural lands in the I'innt' City, :March :ii.-Striiwln'r-! lic jentlment that Mitchell should l lixer down he hende-d dnvctlv i in'rows. ", Sheriff' llppeison: n 1 1.- 1 tin'

ruth of hovsteimHeights, A. I D. Andievvs. 'state" of Florida. ries (continue to roIl to market in not be demoted for his testimony t the' street into the curbing. :Mr. Hals- ,i co'opt" 'latiiin of motor ear owiui I III

it K.iifoiil., F. J. Fearnside, of -. --- good \ .olume despite the fact that at Washington recently. ile-n ovvi-s his I'scapc t to the' fuel' f that stopping' this pun" 'tie C'. 4.

I'lilatl-n.I l I'mrcst Lnke, of Sanford WRITES (OF HAUIC I he pi'ice slump, taking effect la-t lie \s flu watching I the trtl.kIwn the --

and 1 Di,r. I Pa\'i-: Forrester, of New \\ ltH( '(.111' 1SY TOltN ,\DMrs. < > we-e-k I- still sticking/ During/ the | ---- .- ----. tin III was atlc'inplcd i'I and k mu'v theiliner 1.\ \\ '1'1'tWIlUOI.: ( l.USES;: ; k
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Sim i IM,; will I }hold nn executive 1"- I I Past three lays 155,280 quarts have / had lost eonliol when I liettnek I It

SKIII(' Ihiir-d.iv, morning in m'\'! ':in 'i- f B. U. Hopson, n former, resident I moved, fur a return of $2Sll",.1i11.< EVERYBODY TALKING t ,III, uflgi'l( .directly I across I bestie'i't Commencenie-nt' 1 .'xeiiI.oi, nt. I III.i.w'tey "

the ,iii.i: 1I1.tinlVhkh) is to be of Stiuke, now living in Kvnnsville : bringing the season totals to :I.lW.-: ; 1 1ir t in his ,direction.Mr. .liinior' High s'hu..1 VMH i hell\
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In!M I in the ('inirthotise at 1:30: ( p. m. I Incl.) giuphicallv( I I describes Dieiiivnges I 1 :I ,(U, quartsalued I at $!ut': I,42-.tti. \ FLORIDA, GREEN SAYS I ill the1 si'houl aiiditoriiini Filduv .in hi

Miuh tlion} ," ,lit tune I pressure and ( of the tornado which swept I I The 'quality of fuiit fur some dns i : l I Minnie) VVIIH taken. I ID n I phvsi-I March :L'll.! ) I'he 1''I''i. 'lie-enii&: 1 nl :s
the status of! I Illinois I I Indiana, Tennessee ,, ', '.'b ; 1 'I.l. iila's inn's olbeet in lll' aiiibiiliini V wl..I..I.., ,
m"'in'%' i- bung. brought to bear on ,I past has been poor berries being/ ) .Im/ I sniiv il'i! : n 1 II-c "i ii'cloi. I k and t the flllluwlall1'1"{ i'alII
nnd Kentucky ln.l Wednesday", I is. ( ,,, **. he> was i-iveii" nudiial Ill ("lit, (1"11 nnd. | ,
thi- imp'itunt !route One feature of I oil and (eivciiipc.. )Despite./ this hip- 1 name on i \i i \o n s iji." nn it1* Has lelldel'i'd I :
1 resulting. in millions I I of dollars. ilamuge I' ,\. Cit; ,nl', JM.uKi' leienlhc'lected later raiiieil, to Ins home.' 'I'lli'I dnvct'i
this I11..l'lll1"t will be the fnmous mould have' held! toady', this bL-i lie( I Ii man H. 1 en, : I'luvc'r. ItYv.'. li. I D. BevisPiano ,
and hundreds of I lives lost.", :Mr.Hopson of the II lid VVIIM arrested", i b\ IJool'lIly1IIIIst1I |
Kcstuni1 orchestra from the wideau'lp i ilttributeil, paitl.v( at k'H.st to 1'/1'1'/ from t Ito Sn "lid'| niigiessiontil Solo Miss I IVnrl liiilblhSuliltntui : ,

latli.. \\i\n\ ut.v. of Keystone who travels for the B. F. ,' indicnting .pom.. quality\ for the LOIIIsI 1 ,;, Distrie, -n il at tile. c 'in "i,.ile- yi.H- I and! placed i in the inunl.v' jail. "I ')' iiddie.ssHei... Kuldisli, '

Hcitrln uliuh will furnish music for ( ,oIrich Rubber ('otlllnt tip, coveispart I lana berries, which ore now rolling. | terclns, when, In. tolil ot an appointment After ilVII.. ,ileleimine.il I lhal t :MiIlilllilel's h I Piano Solei MIHS I Louisu", 'I!'In'de

the IK"i ,111)1)MHEIIM ) of the territory v isittdby the I 1 In the three da.vs, :March 20-211: a total 1 he had I with I'ol. li;, A. Youngherg injuries Would, not prove1'iiUI ([\ Viili-elicleir' nildroHH--MIHH .\ m ilhiiine t -
'tornlldo. and their mcount, of the I of ten solid forward. diii t rut I. 'ni ted! St .etex, pngineer"The the negro was lined I $10 and I Kliini'hnril.
------- cars went
: ; OF MON COUNTY; I I' storm will 'prove interesting to our Express. shipments for. Monday. not |uipnsu of the 'ollrll''n costs t I in unintj judge, ,'H court fur 1'I'k'l t las Prophecy Miss llnniei: I '
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tllMHEIt OF' COMMERCE 'readers.: I included in today's. totals! were the was a discussion with ( ',01. Young- lens driving.IIENRY | Whilehead.llaccnluureale. .

Editor Telegraph: heaviest of the 'season, totaling 785 berg relative to an Investigation. and ; IIdlrellll-Prof. W. l Lake' Buth. :March 21.-The mem-1! Perhaps it will be interesting!:! to pony refrigerators./ Puces' were the survey of Cedar Key haibur,,, and the M. HUNT (.ilAIUAIt) j jAl'IOMDIULI I l.itile, of the University of FloiielnDelivering '

bc-is 1 uf the chamber ..f commerce met I lour friends who read your paper to' lowest of the season, averaging 16 Suwunne-c', river looking towards", their ( ) ;: r.N:: (fUN EEU I I of diplolllll.-Supt. I II.!

as |1"1' adjournment of the 17th with I hear from one who live less than DO cents a quart.UNhIORl dredging and deepening Into a real: .-.- li. Wiggins.!

Jlon. A. Andrews) !:! in the chair. I miles from the scenes of the terrible -- -- harbor." Camp N'ormoylc, Tux., :Mnreh :oJ--j! Seven slueleiits graduated from L the

The minutes of last meeting were I tornado, which played such havoc in SI'EEII LtV 1NIIICADIOIill Asked if plans for these harbor I Henry M Hunt of Stiuke! Flmidii I'II ugh i si.hool, and. received. iliplotmii

read and approved.The this vicinity. Princeton is 28 miles () COUNTY) 1O\\NH( !I impitivements' w'rc included, in the today reieiveel u diploma as a gruel ii- | 'I'hej' we'reas follows, : Cecil White

committee on membership and 'from Evansville and the Heinz Pickle it-cent rivers and harbors bill passed, mute automobile engineer from Lieu-, 1 I Itl1l1ant 1'lead I Louise I Puts, Roy Reddish.

organization made a partial report) Factory. which only a few days ago Thu committee appointed by the during the Inst congress"' the speaker -( 0111I11'1 W. F'. HeTringhliaw/ f i\ithurinc'' Itlain hard, Dunico Whito-
and ask for further time for a full re covered a large "space' of ground and chamber of commeicc to draft an slllci : ciimmundant at the grndiiatim exer I ii'iiel l''on/n, (e;null h nnd Hubbnrdliirley
employed hundreds, of people is amass ordinance to be submitted to the I: I I[I .
I nines of the Army Motor Transport", ,
tentlltivIJ Of the
port.Upon motion of J. W. Townsend I of rums.. The principal residonee towns", of Starke, Lnwluy and Hump-i "Only course School here. i K:IK hi ,niuilinis. ot I flu graniinuru

the membeiship fee was fixed at one ] district situated on the Heightsis ton, providing for a speed limit of I i .first consideration Investigation is lo inako and a comprehensive Hunt, who is "serving{ as nn enlist- I|I'. ,,, ri'i'i'iM'il. Kiglit; (irnelo l dlplomu'i

dollar to join and fifty cents per also", a burning mass of ruins the 20 miles an hour in each of the towns | "When that done survey. .t'd member of. the Motor Tinnspnrt Ierpme iijmitling them to ihu high si'hoeillupiirlini'iil.
will submit the ordinances is vvu are going
month thereafter.The | large railroad shops. at that place proposed I i' about whether '(' anil lugulurly stationed! nt I' ) They I wenus, fol low ,
seeIng cannot
we gel
the councils of the named /
meeting then resolved! itself being almost entirely elestroyed. Pos- to towns transfer of funds carried III San Anton, u>. 'ru'xes, roinpleti'il, \ n into n committee of the whole for a ('10'\ jibe u town uf 1,500 people i U a at their next meeting for passage. A j a Homo CIU use' in uulomeibilu I I 1 Dinkins, I lIulllrlco llowe,
bill work be
the that startedon
genet! discussion i ; of the road question distance of :20 miles!: from Evansville: uniform speed: law is desirable, us -I) may engineering under Army transport' m[I lallie I I Jones, SI i.Iii. reul! I Durban, \VeslevJi.vnn .
this the c'uillettt
project nl '-
each of the three possible
which resulted, in a better under-: not "so' many killed and injured at I at present townstraversed |I date." I luii expert H. His course included t II-I I St flair Hurley

tiindmir of I the question by all. that place. drifUn a small town of by the state highway/ has theory and! practico! of gas / The ilnsi 1 records of thesooiini'

The nn'i'tine was then adjourned(( MOO people is completely destroyed I. I dillYrcnt "speed' limits.FSTERANNO II The in'w 'onj.lIIl1n" stnti' d thatthere lI mimic-name i and! repair" m I the principle's I"'"1.1..' bite\'"- been. unusually I good i ,I and u
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to meet) .i.r.im nt the courthouse on only one or two buildings standing; I'NCESINSPECTION: was wide1 and favoiablii inni- if transmission, and, the! ,'hlll'II'l"ri.- I'nth I Prof. I Diivull u I I and Mrs I Pi'rknnue I

Tviilithe, 31.t of :March. At this the town Is gone. You can sue stricken : DATES I nl'nt'h'ro.'r he went about Florida .us of four. well-known/ types, ", of IICIII- I I' ,due mm.h credit for thi- ikillhilnaiinei I

mpctinir it 1 i- li ,iped to perfect a per- "sufferers, wandering, tinning the I ''it moi the Slllll" '" name is "on evervone's tion systems. i I III which, they. lutvu as "i .1 i ,' I Ihese

tvt."'lit in I mization.M ruins searching' for their. lost ones. Adjutant Ciineral Foster!: has maiepublic lip IIboutVlIshlnlt'J\. The :Motor Transpoit Si'hool is /pupils in' I llu.Ir sluilii, s. llu,. pnils
Mainecl logs nnd cuts also are seen the dates he expects to make I J The' \ i i itor state.d ho had only re- if the largest i eif KM kind the one I> in tin" I iwi.i. ir: i.ne tern. haveHe I '
III conntrv
: ( ):N":. I CAItDXGE GROWN( among the wrecks of homes. I the annual Federal armory inspection t ,'utl!}' turned from %Wnshingte, '. All soldiers'' who MM.U I training- ...i,.i.. iiiiiii's, c.II,-m work and pi.i. .
BY IIAIPTOIA: : } ilIe and Grit in the of Guard. where h, hnel gone "getting the lay ,
'osep II are the Florida National i along uma-eimiumi 11 al Imps,, .eventually, i II cllv all of I In( 'in' ulio huv 1'0",, I Iheiilim I
territory vvhcie Mr. Hop sells the The of the Inml" )prepiirutoi, to his. returning .
on tenative schedule! of dates for the hi-ic '' i, term have In i n promoted,)
ratnl their
stud.v and on ability
I I.. \ \\vnn. of Hampton, sent to Goodrich line of goods. No:; one can inspection calls for the I first! two I there to take up his duties! to IIply, the- 'iples t II tight.I I After tin. diploin,/ ..11 were di.IIM red. ..1I

the. IMcuiaph' : office Tuesday afternoon conceive of the terrible picture Griffin weeks In April. Thursday, April 7th when I tin. new congress convenes I Hunt I who'' prim wits "eiuniinendi, 'd 1 fin I I \\ ..M aiinoiini( ( nl I Hi.iiI I\Ih" I. ,"I I'I

a cabbage' weighing to t-2 presents to the eje. All destroyed in is the date announced for Adjutant Mr. (ncen played tho part of a t tin n hool b) IIM mimediiile, coiiini, :inder I I I'I 'i"11i had be'i..I) :icv .It dMi /he .1 I I liii. ) ,,, ....

pound.mil, measuring 15:; inches Intircumuiciice live minutes, for that was the short' General Foster's visit to Stnrko! \'ale-diet nun( before. the countyJlldgc. be'eause of bin ....11..111 ,,nil I I in" n'nil :Medal f.i. i ii I'h. I lu, I ". i rI t ...4.
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length of (time it took the wind to -- -- ---. ,- -- meeting dwelling' upon hilt .. .
< / This wits the we'ight\ ; all 1,1.11"1' returns l.m/iniw' )t" i ".n "The I.,ifc .1, I iii timj. ''uI I"i I
wrl" k nnd dcstiov lives. CAR) "I- TJI.SKSI diitii I in (ic I a judge, in whuh "parity "IV, i Is ,,
ot r the' hi ad after it hnd boon strippedof SUM A where'. I he, uill ., ,1. t I. |I" I.e "I i i .1'' d"It'd 'iou Ii ,'
i.t'iiiiii. i "
The cloud "came at1 o'clock in di sire to express my sincere hi.irn i I for s"II'rlll, ve-aiH. I llu | .
i: i 'iticIe(|( leaves leaving only Ihe up ICr..I.1 his nlixtnii.nt, I..f"r. iliinhn. ulnllic t I, I .5 .\ I mill', I Mi '" d I \\1 11, I' "III
the Often i n ,. m, ,'ii .t II reel glow over thanks to those who so kindly minis- c.d 1111.1 I Mas recoivcl,I mrdiully I ( I .
/In in unite' he id. > lie will eontinue in tin ,' I -HI I \1! \ t I ...ill,' III ,iii, h.lid
tool I to tln 1 ) the illness ,ciPcneruc's, and eoneltided his. r sc'iu e to
Ibis} ] k-, ? of the enbbni/e patch vvns the eiith: t F nub'1 k'Ith* II dark' round family during fornn i : / ,
, elntiel 'lie wind blew here the and death ,of III v helovtd! wife, and forth itihiiriIvith. : I 'lakeadvantage 1 I i of the Armv' ,nimmnnt ,, .
ut rate .
exhibition In window oft 'I .
plue 1 'I] I the llu. hi'IM t u I'! :" t //.1 I (biLl.- .r tin'I
\ e' 1 '. ,' i.iph office aid! attracted theLitt.'i i ..I': :-.s. i ml: !it" .,11 hour but no il.uiuu'utci many bountiful' I floral offering "I I ,1"1 i know,, !but one thing! I i iwntilii pnvilvges or critic I I I,] I"t, I I/1 I i I'' I -it-u vi n 111_
life' "I' clone this sent as hk"I1< of love and, re'spoil./ ,, i I..th..r. be, .limn be i utility live! 'licld of employment) nov 'opt' n I I" .
: i 1"11'r) e t 'o"e passing. Mr. l'I''I.t' ) wus ill him, hUh.. I I ill I III 1 I iuiiuI" III I J'' I Ml "I' 1'1"",, 11110111'''' (II I
iualified fltit'
an a ii' i ine
I \\ i I'I r ll"} head l from 1lilld on city, in.dM. .111 1 not hear of thu dis- .1. W ANDREWS Sr. judge" ; I Id I rathi r I lie II i oni'ri'ssiian| i >ir. | in ,' I I I u,, "'111 h. I ,,1 r' I"I tie-u fr.uui, t ii.I ..

hi- fa'i 111 L ,vet of Hani )"ton. ''u
: -- .tibout '.' oMoik, when we ' i UK --1 IUIIEI(1I'E IESTI news Im)' ell.ii/ ,; an extru.HuspiuN .
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I ill''" I"X"'t" I Ml tI. -. ..Ih I tll<' 11I1.Jj..
/ I en in this city are billed -I(1/11'/ second mlnenteluuIurueni' / I. MI. '
I IL! ,n L i I' I t' i the w '. "l1d'.j' ,( Wed- / "te stanibiii, uiulIII .01'I "(t ",\ 1(101( 11'11I.
1 ,..d.I M-ht' -h"vvc I .i'i 1 in, nnso in with wounded, NUIM-S and ph>'sic'I.IIH IIIIwill! ho he-Id in the Method, .1 i iibunh t ., /$ .:.Illtlllll' ,, ," ,lll, > .-. 111I'h 1\: /II-,
from h..I'I I ho < mild be spared hne> Did You Ever Stop To Think? the Cith of April, Stmdav u1TCi'i .
qiMntit 'r i I I.I.t HI j 11. although \ I d i MM\",11 I |I" ,. lit' tutmiii-u.
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none to the "re lief of the sufferersKvuniiille 'ill; lit I ii(erect i i..4 111ihlhtell' 1 i in I hio,' ,, I
I the i : ",ILL] nn average
i lr] e -h.p IL. i ,
i : I h.i- "i.1' in led noblv' to the meltings Next week, ;.1 fulli
Ot'. i "nt- 1"1' <'IU| ..1 r I" :21 I cents. : "I'I I -.- -- -
i Jill fur help. PnniLton, Poseyvillennd .count of the meeting will I ii,. .
given '
I'ISI'C: lull.I'ine I. -'
1 1 .1" .t t \ben. .h'PI"' "e d 1 hasIIM.
(;ri hut me, iinilc. martini I luvv. /Ii, ,ri't, full to seethu notice for
i next
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] "I.I at i :-ii} , Sure'tarv', Shnwne; 'I I kn.: !U"rI.r ommorco .

w k w II 1 I.i IM,, an i "e t "t I I" "e r People.] cannot enter w ;ihout n pass. we <-k. __ __,. i 1 Hill, ;\1,1"I"; -'< I ', d;" u.W .
'l lie' ro.eds j in all directions" stievvwith ,
fi,.jit. are THAT if a city waits for the non-advertising"' merchant to I sruEE'ritRKifts: NEKDEI j jiigns Shi-IIleM I aid 1 VV .ilier h'ie) vuw"ro
I t debt'is, telephone and teleing I'
,-h'pun Ills daily ,it- felleVl-. I i : take a lead in city development, they mi/ht; as well buy an one __ I''II Stnrku attending to businessSat! -
'h pules were lying all diroct
Ihuisilij', quart SJJ'sI -. in way ticket to tho time of long ago and i/et started. marking the- highway from i I jnlay.
t Farm houses
"i 1- are destroycel '
I Friday i quarts 6358 'I the v.ri-t aria is A scene of horror ann alIjnot THAT the merchant that has faith in himself faith in hisbusinuis ,'k.unllilll to Oainesvilln should bo'placed Mr. and !Mrs. Oscar Hall, of \\al.lo
.iturday, quarts :"JT'IOMond.i ;'; 'I on the streets. covered, by the i I pent the week-end hurl with his [parents -
impossible). to conceive. and faith in his city is a liberal advertiser.
: )', quarts!! l"fiTuesela road through Stnrkii for the e'onveni-I i I Mr. and Mrs A. C. Hall.!!
) qunrts:1):! ::'! |I :New Harmony, a large town 5 THAT advertising not only brings direct benefit\ to the enc of trnvlers. It Is confusing to Misses Clemmie ami Lucilo Hall I I

Wednesday, quarts 201n'' miles from Griftln was among the store that advertises, but it brings people from the country to tourists when they got into Htarke'lwithout i 1'mil ihair: cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Lynu

first to come to the aid of the sufferers. the city and they leldom spend all their money In one store. any signs. marking the route I Hall, of Hampton/ inotoreel to Sturlcend
All large buildings in that
town
Total 23800 THAT liberal advertising builds bigger, better newspapers. The street committee should take the are serving ns temporary hospitals.
matter of providing the C. Hull was visitor,
cabbage a the
Shipments of beets and up nerensarySTARKK at
Public organizations here and in THAT newspapers are the leading light of a city they are I home
I Kllcn. of J. J. .
hnI'n the week. Podge-lt of Graham
heavy during ,
I other near by towns are working to city-builders, they are leaden in every activity of a city. .Sunday evening.
Egg 10 to 20 cases
are being shipped I relieve the distress. Many privateI : URO\\ERH 1O MEET .
clailv.' THAT no bomeseeke-, investor or industry looking for a I .
I homes have opened< their doors to the I Cff.\MmU.
COMMERCE MEET
1 place in which to locate, will tarry ]long looking at a city that The Starke Growers Association
homeless. AT : : '
COURTHOl'HE
PLANT CITY MEN LOCATE HERE 1O IGJlT
Respectfully docs not support lu newspapers. When a city has sick looking will hold Its next meeting at the

P J. Welch who moved to Plant MRS.! B. B. HOPSON. newspapers its a cinch the business men of that city are nick. rourthouse Saturday April ,t, at ') Tho regular weekly meeting of the I

Cit, :; two years ago, has returned to : Who wants to live or do business In a tuck-looking city l I'- m. Bradford County Chamber of Com

Bradford county to engage in farming Patton has bought the W. E. Lewis NEWSPAPERS ARE TIlE FLAGS OF PROGRESS, AND The association i III growing in membership I merce will he hold' tonight' at the

:Mr. Welch has purchased the ,I farm west of town and will take up THEY SHOW TIlE SPIRIT OF PROGRESS OF A CITY. FOL- and receiving market report .courthouse. This body is working for I

Cha :'Ij .alll' farm five miles west of farming in our county. LOW THE FLAG! from all over the Ptarke and will move his family Both :Mr. Welch and Mr.' Patten are will prove of /great value to the I as! a whoi| and every resident of "Ii\

there. '. industnoui farmer* and will be wel-! members. Cooperative buying and I the county Is Invited to attend any of l '

Another. Plant City resident, J. T. I omed to Bra i'"H I "untv sOiling will be a great help. I thu weekly meetings. I
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I / SALLIE SUNOS TO I KEYSTONE: HEH.IITS :NOTES yet .. -1{ 11 '

I HIDE TIE FEARSI LICGETTS : _
Keystone Heights, March 13.-A OPEKO TEA 'I
i i to that tune, at the thought of I regular meeting of the board of trade i
.j i bland "f high-frade;"
,I having thrown away his love, I had was held. Tuesday night at the Keystone 200 Cups of o of cxioptionnl

1 let my ,sentiment get the upper hand ', Inn. The meeting was called to for 1 ; rjustvd 'n JO.avge I
Dut when I realized that he had seen !j order by President Larson and a by te Intent
.' to shed the I' htrJ.((' amount of routine businesswas Pekoe \ I
the tear I hadn't meant ( 71'A.\ .ich.ni ry.
t knowledge jerked. me' up and my taken care of. One of the chief Fo.muss O o 1 : 0 / During our lo SalohLgd

pride, inherited from a long line of happenings of the meeting was a resolution Black &: will offar T w
hot-headed ancestors returned.I I adopting a plan for the railing OlIO Half I virtually

made myself laugh of money to complete the church, 2 Pound. prica.Shaving .

t "See, I'm still running after you," I which at the present time is about Copyright 1923. United Drag C mp.ap :

h'' I explained, "but it's because I'm I J half completed. Twenty men signed Bru.h .ad 9undne. '
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4 ,. ._ "" I 10 liar Ur !* a'.11I1'
considering '
afraid you were seriously and S t d t' llu" Urn.)..* .-..__ 7lwrae
not taking me home. I've heard I- c. Next Thursday, Friday a ur 1,*!6 ahavtntf P Br:ioh -.::: 71ar' 't.k: ,
pf girls walking home before but not on these notes. Mr. Cream c l'"rm.'l.f' .0S..HrPtiia". ._ a far lea
i 75 Au'o tut,I Sp rt Go ..U. a lor T.e26o
ohhhh, this In funny." I Reese, the contractor in charge, has Produces a thick Georgia Rose Talc Georgia; Rose Toilet! Water Klenzo Tooth acorns ...n.....- a,,.)20.:
lIe turned und regarded me with ''a force of men at work and it will cnamyUtber VOW Dental l Creme Cntr0c
='a' A real quality talcum .... t. Isi a taeWfacethrougboutth
stand on high A Wnufwt r m.
up your
i puzzled brow It was a good thing only be a matter of a few weeks until : powder, made fromgenuine A tree reproduction of the Cleans and whitens the OSo MkBCh, tn.<, oar. .... 2..3r.
< for me that the gathering twilight Keystone Heights! will have as shave. Imported talc. fresh flowers. Come Ina teUh. Hardens tile gums 1,a N. Ik Cho< Aimni D.r a for 1.
/fine St Prica Til.Sal. The generous quantity. beautifully designed frosted amoveetanar. Dotur.utscratch too M". Ch. Almotl' nor ar..rile
i church
hid the hurt community as will be .
deep in my eyes. of real attar of role Bo Lmu.a.: lint K fl vorn a lor 00Ba
bottle. ecough You :
Pretty tci.th.
Tuba glass the
I Tub a : .
found the 1 LiYY.u Oum 6 fltor 7 for 6Pur
"Come be sport and take me in state Remarks! were In every can awonderful
on, a have beautiful teeth
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for tablu.Sprlnirler can
a1veafit any dressing . odu
30' 31' t i nd R Il P <'t
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home I know it's made by several of the men urging. o + by usli> Kleuo. ,
risking your reputation /( J. waolt top. fa It rsa m Llunu, s n ak
rance like rt .u..n.: ,;
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but maybe you'll be spared as that the natural beauty of the placebe elf.. Standard Thl. + e'a.so Cud W..... Ol.Arv.Id ... .... zur alr H.
when protected, and especially the Standard Pda TU Bale Price Sal. e6e '1''actor. or L-'n. ror1or
1 the kindly dark will cover us tree e Standard Prie TUa S.I. 16. DvrtA APJr.t: awa :';;
which add much What is a One OC Two On. *I XO Two | 41BottU I On. TWO btoo. la
we get to town | so to the beauty of 26. f 250 26. 2Ua Bodlum / fro .
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Can ."..... L.. .. ono StviwntD rc
Bottle T T b 2.me
the place The One-Cent Sale I ? a. a .
closed '
r' lIe shook his head slowly, almost meeting about :Jo >r Oti. A oft.c I ;; ;
Cirrh J ,Ur ..::::::::.
smilingly as if the whole thing were 10 o'clock and a short social session tl U ..!. Cascade tSo Cthrtic' silo ......-.... 2 far 1 '.
Goodform Hair NeU Jonteel Cream .. ._._
wo.galrow Vanishing ar..o.
3 Ivtnt
wan held. barao ll. l ILx ylr, t J6c Cora ?- -
ro ;
beyond his of interpretation.The Crmm .... IoN
power b.lt. 40a ryp-v ?- -
Thursday night the pne*- than ..o ... The Hair Net with the Grad Keeps the skin soft and -L rhpur LnUun ..**:..:: Ii ;
drive home began. I regular weekly of th. .mo kind for le. Meshes. They fit and beautiful. Perfumed r Cuurr'm' One f."o t... n y Pil .. 7I.;;.:;
dance uating: USa til* LU'-r Pill. : :::::: 7e/
After I saw that he was determined was held at the Dlue Lantern A. an illiutrttioni, Th. last longer. with odor of 26 !flowersvmoot .. package A silo. 7,nc organ. (Ou:., -$ ... oi s.
not to speak a word and the unbroken I I'avllIion and o good crowd( was in at tandard VanUbmg pHco Croant of Jontl I. SOe. Single Mesh and $now--} tr" Wr.. J9H IIIL 'I/ i qqquyy II 'i Iba il"a'tl61ilo1.etall, oa a.a .,.ate. I
silence had lasted for few tendance. There were several attend !I. yaps an so. swhumErt.. 2 eta
a You Jar Double Mesh.Standard .
buy a at thi prico h" tho ,, ,
St'd Prl."hI., Sal. n 00 Mineral ( I Ifl a''h : 01
miles I could stand it no longer.. My ing from out of the heights, as the and by paying le mor. or 1\\ y l I I} tvete BAo c.... Co. 1 reputation of good Me yon .t two jar. Pric a I on. en TWO 51 C eundudtrw ," '01. Stationery Nan,'. '
music excellent OW "
I nerves were on edge. I Ever, ..tI.'ID: tb*. ..U U On. Nal ISe Y.t Jar Jar. One rowul T.o p.,,. ,0 Symphony Low*. ._ ,br bata 'I
floor '
"If you don't carry on a merry and /general orderliness, of the hltin-claM taadj.rd piecoof / e.r Lor 1 RaIL Statioaurr. .. t t.,51.
conversation with I'll be forced dance is fust becoming known morchaadUe. Jot it,. This Sal r, Jonteel Cold Cream CASCADE LINEN 'JU sL, "t I In I ::::::':.:' t 71.rJJt rsal 'i
me, : SO In a toaStandard 6u b f nit i <
..U Two On. CT_ C-Ic Linn. ......_..
throughout this .m wo you ovoryday 160 Prtaa Tala Sale tan UriunK' a/ar' ua7e.
J to sing. I said section and with at vfnlr price Net J... Ov JJ.., O 1 O..P.a...a. AfU Tw.P.ei..a rsa AnUnu.P9ur, ': ,nery .... ,I '.
good roads < nh a lor- t
"Go ahead still now completed from 76'I
staring fixedly at '
V ct"rla L* 0' 0m Z' .ciao
the road. Hampton !and Starke and the road A New Way ofAdvertising m.. Maximum .0. M..m'uD.l'.t..umL.'u'.c. I
I Gee'ataG.I c. 00 ih Q ovc* ot
My voice had been trained. I've always from Pnlatku being in good shape, it : Pcptona Fountain Syringe Pea Lahwl.i.ite'Hr.t' .td C:<, .u 'Arran.tm y.r > i.,rn:
loved to I can't remember is only a short drive from these places .le :umia ua' ; 1 'era I rfwxoi,
Our
mng best
TfcU ..1. woo d.Y topJ AspirinTablets tonic for run A high quality across o r odr en.' 11, anJ r ;
a single day having passed when I und this i many are taking/ advantage of by tho United!, Drug Co a* .9, ,1 ''J A' n conditions. En- Moldd*all>0 i :uof'L: 1: w1;T a.n.s;(,i*I IToiUt :: :,.Ito
had not, at some time during it's most delightful spot. .ad..rliliollplaa. Rthorthan tithes the blood and im- PHeo Thi." 51 '
four hours The tea room located the .p nd largo lum of Promptly I relieve I pain I health generally. .ao /(' ,1 Good.mon.y .
burst in I
twenty into song pavil other neuDrovrs Co.2 Two2.0.01 BOc Alma 2. roo. "
lo 'olds,
iu way hendjiche*. .. TutV' .. .
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My voice, while not big, hall a quality lion under the management of Mrs convince you of tho m.ril -=; corgis\ pains Mad Standard TUaPrle Maximums a 5 r Jo> J"nur'R'm.::: t. TAOo ,. ,. ,'. : ;;.a

.,t that most people pretend to like. My Camille P Stewart, is now open and of thoto l It good thU, h.PJ Jo aroponding In from true Aspirin. Solo Hot Water Bottle t 7snI Jut 1..1t,,Ud silo, r."nw.oiuKt.n.vo > z i"' eoa ,
oa
professor called it a nun's voice. is enjoying a most pleasing patronage permitting: i u* to sett!! you Standard Price Thia Sal. On. Bottlo Two Dottlal .r* of the ..ror : "I t? carry / 1'ua IlArm.'ny Tr Q.4n. II.m.:air 9c Tun.B r1. alert r lur tea of I
Lunches and .. .b. ...... .rotas. .." nee / It 'Ilintr'' >t..C..m..r.,.
"That's what need he had I teas arc being served a fill) package high 1.00 t 'c '' .
you ; 1 Bottl 69. I i70' 1.U1 ol.rlr A' 00 each end "., Harmony 1."Uc %.M-IH' 21. 710
told mo when I had missed lessons or and especial attention is paid to tandard roorchandiio for Of 100 Of ort. ': tnL 0&10 at .rr. : rt. F.n Poul.r. a/ur/ tea I
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lo. i It CGstu money to gotcuvtomor lee p.of. t.t I 1 .loum, ... 710 I,a
was indifferent about my scales. parties from outside the Heights *. Tho Investment '; : : .... 11m I tot :
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"You need experience. A real lover, Everything' possible has been done to In tliU ihla will bo well ,.,>,,t Pure Food Products Fenway Whole ;.c J.n.v.\.n Jur.r. cal I..,."ry" Crwm .s ror Ier Orfltc ,
make for the pent {If the good pie... sae eau b .mvtnit. Lotlun 2 r.
marriage/ babies. One must live before pleasure of those attending you. Tho Food Specials offered In connection Liquid Cream lee B* .11.-:;"h h.*!.. Imy61o i ::Jha '
they can express anything of / this very attractive tea room I Rubbing Alcohol 1 with our le Sale represent ie CUCOK B y IJut cold' Cr..m a isjiislorSle' I
beauty with voice." and many have enjoyed a cooling I Save Money big savin to And w* quote them because tar Wiam of .Vlmund a
n .1 ... a
of the Kl "uld.lI.
S Oune.. remarkable vaJuea. < n.vo I
drink or bite to eat between e see &..ujuwt, RnmM TJctfte a too Sic
When I thought of his words the .. .
now .
S.m..d' Inn VanllU Kxtraet a'(or S9c ... ,
.. A'Jts.pa Boxill I T"I I d Z lor I0c
dances m. Unsurpassed for relieving 8rmood' Inn CMO .. .. .. 7la
lea
I or during the week when I
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laughed. they I 1" Imitation VnnllU ;: 1 : -r-"e'' ab: tta
I Extnut g fur
om. a 714 e
have motored soreness lameness, ", ,1 Inn L. Extract.. aYf"sesnt11A Bouquet Ramee Face Powder
"I thought over to the Heights. Salt I mon mon 3 Ior4tmand
I you were going to sing, Epsom stiffness, bruises and :. I no a.h'e ChrM It tb 3for26moo of LlY iPi An ....DtloluUygr
aid u voice ut side do Sunday afternoon it was crowded to 1 Inn P-nut aorta .. a ( 4Oc l.
my "please I Iw IYn < a om r
: in abflotutely free t i Rellevea HeadA..on.d Bola.- : .
sprains. 1 3dc'raonci
t 9 he urged! capacity and it is expected that from I from impurities and aches Ideal for men after '. Inn U.., Cub V M.-..12. ZforjlcUntnv Full one-pound box of delicious 'LXlon 1',.I r..powder to th. iklatI. '
? ) M rm ld a 12 ra. a lor 4c ape cherries in liquid cream, .
+ "What'll It be-Kuplln, Jazz or now on more and more people will :: 10 easy to take. a shaving. Dry.Mu.tard 4 on.. ..?_._.'::. 2 I for 3tcOIv. Itr covered. They fairly melt f nt ru in,*. tafnln I ooq, nt., 111.
Musical Comedy ?" realize the fine time that can be had owls Tn/" b- -j.h Oil.rry tttt J.m. u 16 u..?: __:: .?__ 3lr.fi a ,for40c IB3tr mut :1: lotruo* and liiao
lUC: iC Standard Price Tnl Sal. .. __.... .. "
I'kc nVA RaiFljcrrr Jam 10. a Ior49. mac.
"Not Jazz he here at the Heights and the service I Standard Price .;i.. 10 _
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implored, "I'm sorry On. Two 1 1'- n..y J.m. U ,a...__- _. afor4.cPura ,
of which they will receive from !both I Da1e o"Zc T'.le no. 2ec 39. 40. Orp*. J* ,ly H it. -..-._ a for 36 On. 75 Two VLn'4.PH.. SO. I "" e.l'
inability to bo In the 00
my same the ; Pkga Dot Bola P,n jr.jH J*>lly 7 on, ..-.. 3 'lor Tae Pound Pound. .. Bo. 1 Tw' B.....'t.1I1I
insouciant moat"Ire Inn and the Blue Lantern teal| I

hadn't figured on the fact thatI room. t
was a splendid actress trained by | Arabesque Stationery l 1 Delicious y 1.

insincerity necessarily practiced in I' J. T. CASEIN \I\EN DY DKAIII I 1 A fni fin,*i p'Iper r a '
of the hit.hi t quality Chocolates J'-
g r ? :
society by any girl who goes about. rewmblird, Jap.unesc r. ,.. :_ )
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A little pause, then I sang us I Jacksonville, March 17.-The many ?{. bamboo cloth 'u Good ijjoht. Pftci. ?i. .
i I'friends I in whirr and tints, age ChocoLtre \ ,ylr : _tnbbon
never had before and because the in Jacksonville and South I
-tied i, derkl') from our r.-ulnr. \ A.P' .) '
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songs I hose were sad, they better I Jacksonville of James Thomas Cason, rdcn A benutifto lock To; good L' I
suited the throbbing timbre of my .41, will regret to learn of his death I *i incry for all Mitchell's Drug Store :everybody will \
I d i! vorrpfliondir r want at Uast t o ; ,
voice. .I which occund at his n'.idenl'l'11:\'> > / 7.t 4 abeots of paper boxes The supply
And then-It was a during thing to Marion avenueSouth Jacksonville?, a w U4 envelopes will not last long ''I 1
do, but I sung Cyril Scott's "Lulla- I yesterday' afternoon at rt o'clock, at'- Sfd Prle. Thl. Sal. April 2, 3, 4th First come, first. carved "

by." i !l'r'n weeks illness The deceased Oo. $1.00Two 1.0I During oar Ie Sal. .' 1.011
Boa Two Ona-poond Basaa . .
When I was half way through I no-1 I wns a nutivi of Hampton Bradford'' STARKE

r tlced tho sound of gritting teeth at county, and had resided here the punt I

my side. fifteen >uurs. lie was u valued employee ...... .
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? "What's tho mutter Is It all that building Company for many years VEKILl'LKCIlSE: I'LVN: i iIllENS I I I business for a few days I MIDWAY Stuart Saturday night.

painful ? I've known my singing to ,,' and of the Honda East Coast Rail I \\ : ALTO: BUYING FIELD Ralph Htuen, of Cedar Keys is'' Mr. and :Mrs Clem Edentield spent

j'' drive men to drink but I didn't real. '' way, five jears For the past year he I! here with homcfolka for a while, I Midway, March 20.-Mr. and Mrs.G. Sunday with their daughter !Mrs

lie-" I was connected with the Gibbs Gas I I Families of moderate or limited Airs Anna" Johnson and children of : \V. Thomas were dinner guests at Cassie Pearce, of New River.

! "For Ciod'i sake, Sallie, when you Engine Company j means, who heretofore hesitated 'Jacksonville, were here with relatives Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Witers' Sunday.

r have your heel on a worm aren't )'ou'' Mr. (\ >lon 1 is 1 survived by his widow', uliout' purchasing curs, are coming into Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crawford were FORM: SPECML TVKSCHOOL

I d satisfied without turning and grinding !Mrs, Nana C'uson and one son, J. T the automobile buying field in i I O \V Berry is in Jacksonville attending dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Tom DISTRICT

your h'eI7"I] ('asnn, Jr, 11 years; his mother and greater numbers than ever before, if United States Court this Waters Sunday.

1 "You know your voice Is lovely but father, :Mr and Mrs: J. C. Cumin 1121 ,records of the Ford Motor Compan week Misses Nishle Lou Denison, Ouida Mr E. A. Kennedy, of Lake Ge-

I' why torment me with pictures of East Monroe street ; three sisters, ]' Weekly Purchase Plun ninny be taken J. II. Kelley attended church atI and Bertha Thomas and Ruby Eden. neva, was in the city Wednesday

V things that might have been ?" ho Mrs Robert W. Lowe, of :Miami and ''as an indication I J Pilgrims Rest Sunday. tield were dinner guests of Miss Edna morning. He came in to bring the returns -

I sighed. "Sometimes. I think you are Miss Nona G. Cason and Miss Virgini I The plan, launched not quite two W. M. :Moody was attending to I Dukes Sunday, of the special election held to
t absolutely without heart i a nine Cason of form n special tax school district in
a I Jacksonville and one started chiefly to
years ago, was give business here Saturday. Mr and Mrs. O A. Thomas and
We drove under the porte cochcrc. brother, Tate P. Cus.m, of Jacksonville such' people an opportunity to enjoy i' dIlLlJhh'r.Ib.: his section of the count>'. Dy practically -
to' s Virgu :Mrs
L. R. / and
Gainey was attending
Lights gleamed from window I IHe a unanimous vote the district
every I the benefits and pleasures of motorcar
Ruin K-hnr
: of the house Ellie had business in Alachua Tuesday. wire visiting, at the "'It- ci 1 ated and :Mer I" :Mal
returned and { wall a member of South Jack- transportation und those taking hunt t't'' Mrs: [ :Minnie I
t there was a sound of music Out front sonville Lodge Iri83 Loyal Order of advantage of it are growing in numbers i i II. P. Gainey und James Padje-tt i Chancery Suni j ruth J. J. I iwrenci and Elam Gil*- t

j were several cars. \ Moose, and of South Jacksonville I every day. It is simple, the pro- were attending! to business in Stark !.i:. aft'n"Hn.' I-i n clat.ted! Ttin-Ui-.-drein CoveT '

I A-cocktail party was on. I Lodge/ 61, 1 J. O. O. F. j' spective purchaser making weekly : Saturday Jell C, mi?.r returned 1 h">me fr'n meCushman -.

I "Good bye," he said. I Funeral services will be held tomorrow j pigments of an amount best suited to The truck crops in our iommunit\

t I swallowed hard, ignoring the extended morning at 10 o'clock from his individual means tlu' c payments lire looking realM'll at this urttini: -- -- ,

hand I II the late residence, ;M:> Marion[ avenue, becoming. part uf a bank account until The resent rain sun did help thini -

"Going off a piece?" I returned InI' South Jacksonville, Rev Melville E. I such time as the purchaser hat u rime i I" about fifty acres uf l it. Hii -. j 9

the jargon/ uf the crowd. It was the Johnson, rector of All Saints Episcopal j ji | sulHcient sum to take delivery of his "ty lI..I'- if iiicumljiiwith ir"und I Offset

only way I could keep my control. :i church officiating! assisted by car. evinttm\ mires it melons. If the MotorsFor

I "Yes, I've been to see your father Rev. R 1'I'. Green, )pastor of the Phoe- I Details of the operation of the plan I Il\'athel' ntinui--. t'al"all, 1, \\i trill

and he is returning home tomorrow. nix Baptist church The body will be [ in just given out by the company. I bt.ut, -hll'l'lIl'' I Lenaill, ah'ut' thinUn ,

'" I have made arrangements to go toI/ laid to rest in St. Nicholas cemetery show that from a COI1lIIII.tlvel few 'k'
the Club"I Burns and
I Clymoro, funeral directorsin '
daily enrollments during the In -t
I started toward the house I could charge of arrangements month the number has stendlly n-m\
nut hove uttered one other word. I
until than hiiiulu! 1
now more 8e-.cn
I lIlIil'," he had followed swiftly HO TGH
people! are enrolling ever\ d i\'

I Will moo"I you pleaie do something for He 'Ifnvint, I met ytu *.>mcwherebe :throughout the country, n rather i iniirkable J'- iiE[ IntertypesLinotypes

.f ori' "" public end,'irsciiunt of t tho" -S
I
:, nu.ldt'd.till dumb. Mu Will. j "'ur f.i'.', feels) fiiniliir : plan. I II I
(To be continued) ."
\ I The records, alto show that thelcare .

i ( SPELL. IlEltE'S A THOUGHT at present !more than MO.OOii |pI-i iI rafter every meal and
VITAMINSIt I sons on the "e'kl1'L1Ihlls., 1 I'n:

"Well, Sandy," said the laird, "you was while experimenting with I roll und thnt more: thin: 1113.00al.( : Panrtts encvuraQf iAPedlldrt'n LinographsThe

an trotting very bent. Why don't you cod-liver oil to unlock the secret readyhave received tin'n' cars under to cart for Ihftr tuvthl

'; stand up straight like me man ?" of its wonderful health-building I I the I'lan j| Give them Wrigley's.

l i "I Eh, man, do ye see that field o' virtues th,it the blsi"f its great These figures seem to bear out predictions It removes food particles

corn' over there?" l helpfulness!' to mankind! the I made when the plan was in- I: from the teeth :Strengthens last word in power. Compact unit. Quickly :

"I dn," returned the laird \'it,1mms,15 dbcovercd.Scott's autfuratcd I| that it would exert a vvidtlii'tluence the Cunu Combats acid installed.Simpleof!

f 'A' weel, ye'll notice that the full I toward lessening extrnI \'"- ;I mouth. operation.One .

r )hands hang down and the empty ones I I cant buying with its consequent em- Refreshing/ beneficial !
f -tnnd up" Emulsion harrasements, and instead alT.'nl! aprnctital

means for car ownership in cf those motor lllou just been added to the Bradford
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4 I'nt. ,vv Building! boom under wavtli \\ itch all members the famiU. ,',InI' fEAJt.ro I.
County
1 ( I "oh"t i city. nekcds no introduction: to the rti.- Telegraph equipment.
"
I ''pate. TIGHT
million who during fifty years ,
THE IVORIES past ivebccn helped lo strength KEPT
.1" d 1 ,' in Crimson Gulch play and bitter health. BROOKER : RIOHT Write for Detail.

\\I..! Scott's Emulsion the great Prooker, March 20.-Tom Markov)
:\ r.te nd ('actti' Joe. "We strength-maker was attending to b--M in Starke': '

to but v' r.I t finance serves I Saturday.Mr .
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millions of children and CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO.
r"l 1 I''i, ', .
money adults and :\h' I < r were theguests .
..;:..u,." I.' '"'IY a man Joni -t would I refulirly.' Why )1 i of her father J. J. Mor'::at'.ISunday. I tar +r L4teLA00N : Concord N. H.
rather t ft'w .tit-' I if |1'" '>, r not VI ; .J. / IMrJ ,

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FRIDAY :MARCH 27. 192,'.. BRADFORD COUMT TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE TImER

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IT t1.' Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs io whnt \\n clulm for II-II 1,1 i HYBIOIT I i IS IIKl.ll, : IN:' III VAI. .1 .VII.

fnm -.'-."....""_.-s._........>.,.,..-...,,........>,,-v.., .,.,...., ,.......,, of.'(irrh e"1.'l'rh or Denfncsn .nn,.il I ijC ,. I ,1,,,'k':1\: i, Marih' I"\ -Lmli.. III
t'A./I!/ OAT*HUH li." """ "
of an OIntmenW* whlrh vjnkt.iR4ll Ilk l 11'I\.d> t oiinty J.ul hoio t'oikotpmt t' ,..1'-
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Live State News | I >v;fl tho cntarrhnl. nflnmmatfon.: 1 nncel I !; lolliiwintr n'l' -ill'diu' ..mlmxht 1111
Internal M.dlnln... > a 'Ionic. lilor '
ts !IhroURh! tho Blood on the Mnroui"urfa : ride! 1'1"111' Mi.imiilhiin: \\ .
L--..._..-...ii iam i ......-.-..........imifr i.n. _.........umiil .'vii, thus restoring nornml condlonw -. I Fox, It*. triin\ :c his homo .1 i
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whole," churucM:th th. si.n ,
Told fc> Our Exchange : ::11.Chtnev druejrlHts A Co.for. Toledo.over o't ara.r. I Police :SoiMi'iit:; I.. T.1 \\t\ii',' ,,,0'i Mimi ,

I ln..t Suiiiluv) nuiriiiii\ lorfis. i iI t .

I .In'koOI1\'ille-l'llIl1 for a f!.>,0HV( I newspaper iiicii Mils .ittt riinonI Ii I.

Bushnell-McCl'lIinor: ami! UnJire-:: ', ly '!'m.11 ulca.-id on a Miriuil ..tutonu 1'iui' ", I-.story hotel, tu be ere'eted or Illw j Will tlu olio Ihalh"l|| 111.1: iv I

wildwood, husc "old t I""> IJr. 1'. M. 'rt bj George( who ilnmied ho was .' Ih north side of West Adams! street I tho police-man. Ho said that! .)/"hll

Johnson, of Ft. My>>r*, in aeri's of> n-pon-.blo, lor his own death. An additional | ,' Wl'ell11111I: and Laura streets. Ube N'auKlc', l HI.!' of jHc-ksoin,', f.'rlll"II\iI1 ,

land ndjoiinnK, Wildwood,! for :$: .10,01)0)' proceeding Monday was had operated by the Uinkler Hotel]I of Gordon, Nrb; ., who w\: ., with him .11 i!

or nt a rate of $500 per: acre. Work 'simply as a matter of form because Company, and to be known ns the, tho tinio of tliL shunl inL::. had "111'1 h-

has started preparing the land for 1 of Goorge's' death and John was / Curling! hotel were announced lu-re' Inc, what>'\fi* to do with the atruu. SAY "B\MK: ASPIRIN" and INSIST 1 1I'MX IUnll'

subdivision purpose. Uk'nui: fried of responsibility.. tJeorgi"I The project, it was announc-c-J, is to I Nnutrlo'* fnthrr I W. 11. :NaUtflo; live'*
I tinCalducll ill Jocknoiu,. and i-" well known infmtornul
I Yosl)' I is illlMM-d llj' a U.fe. ,Hill two be Iiminced by Company '
Tallahassee-Dixie county' li.i- a children. ;, Nashville; ., Tennessee. Plans call < irtlt>t, .\ '1I ',',' II' "I ; I" ,'r : : >" en t.v t.iI'kt '1I1I ;Ire

population of 4,334 it is lnmn hv ,,1',1'. It'll'
complete returns from thai county', I Rl'ad'nlon--'J'1ll' board if Undo liasJippi |lionth. Continct for the constructionif !Ilw )Pailo ( ount.v. J.ul .\ e"teL'dn111111'

received by the agriculturul department 'i in in lIIitol11'>- b) milll\'il'\ ; .Ih.-Il'i ) I'hsid.lll .; I .'L'.lI'S for

District No. .J 1, in uliuh Cross tin1 iiiKsahilit.\| tiKint, with eity | s.iiuthein l-'erro Concrete Company, lnlt".< with ttr'o dii'ttty ..h"l'ill'of ;

City 11 !located, has a population of council' a proposal for establishment" I if Atlanta, Georgia, nnd construction that c'utint.N' Thoy nrrivotl hero nt 2 .
1,170. ''mil bo started shortly after Apul. 1, I ClIlds H .lL1.klll'
''of municipal. gasulinu -tuti >n". with oVIoi'k f ''s niiirmn:. :

'the view of 10.\'.' ng the m>t of I-'n.u.( j 'U uas said.i l\"H"1'.hng, I tlushootintr Fox said: I

Tampa-mail Application for a rhurtor ; 11 n i' to thi. consumer, A. 11. May>, I ",,'t. hud just takon a couplt ol'KI Pain :\\'ur.dgi.lTonth.l'he
has been ? !b<.' the Tampa Jockey i Dushiiell-Cucumbers are r"llimr!
formerly of Omaha, Neb; ., desrrib. *.,dthu '\" lioiiu- from a ndo iintl it \\'MI
Club which plans the construction of out of Sumter in carload lots fumii
light his eit> had made in this di- 1'jlJ t n'.H'Ut' :U' i'Vloik! in tho mormiiK' l.lIl1\l\\\ \ 1
a mile and u 'quarter track within 20 ., "t'r..1' shipping points in thec.,unt>'.
i
ruction, at the when the 'nl Woxor ihoiitodf
| m :cling at which Ir-" pat' i man ( )
minute, diivc of the business section. Webster has adopted tho name ofi
i nllttl'r'II'! bro'ig.it' (: By establixhing I >r us to "lop. I II
up. ;
The club is to he incorpoiatcd for $1- I i "The (ucumber City" on account of N lIritis Hh lImati m
retail stations there the "I( alowoil tho our down and ho
to <
500,0110. Plans are 'for a 30 to CO day )puce | the laigc timount of shipment made 'unlt'I'I'
the
I users in Omaha was cut trom nloiiK'siiii'J and ordered me tu jO
meeting next winter. from that station. The Atlantic- ("oast
27 cents to 10 cents, he declared.i :i tho polioo' "tjition," he c
has the Accept only "n.ixor" u'k.igo which contains:; directions.llnndy .
I -' ,| Line Hallway Company sent I"p : proven
--- "and 1 drove oil' but ha\'
must
1\I1nmi-Six ntinm'II'1
men, a woman and a
six months old baby surviving tho! i Lakeland-A murder mystery was Gainesville; train master J. J. MurI od I in thtronjf direction for "llnjer" boxix of I 1-:! t 111011'1" -.VUo liottlis of 'Jl! and 1II'I--lJru/t/liot' / / .

wreck of the schooner Beatrice bound i unfolded in this city when the both'i I I..hllll. to Center Hill and Webster to me to drivu up to tho curb. AIl I'lh U Uie tr de .u.rk at Unit Uummoturo of M.>u,"' ,'ot uoiii>u'r <>r Sail.,lI aeld
|I confer with the order toi
from Havana to Nassau, have been of Evunder E. Harding, 77, a shippers in "Instead of doing thin I renehod
for the of I .
a re immense tonnage cucumbers ,
thy citrus grower residing two miles for tho on tho scat ami pulled
rescued from Green Cay, Bahamas, I gun
I and beans which will be offered
out of Balm, near Tampa) was tho trlffRor," ho said
by Harry Payne Bingham's yacht I
the road within the! next ninetydaa. ,
brought here Harding was discover "How times lid shoot ?"
Pawnee, according to a wireless dispatch many you
Prices well
holding ,
arc up very I I
ed last
Tuesday in
from the yacht I an unconscious he was naked." .
condition in his home, the interior of two ears shipped from Web.terlIst\ I "I think it nno four times but 1 1am
I|, week sold for 11,300 cash at the I
Tallahassee-The supreme court in which was wrecked and a piece of an ; were not Rure," he sold
an opinion handed down affirmed j i; iron stove lying nearby covered with I I| track. The "cukes" shipped by Mr. I "Did you know that you hail killed .
I Nelson sold New York for
judgment of the circuit court of j I blood. There were six gashes on his ; were in him," he was nxkod.
Hillsborough in the of head and numerous 910 per crate, according to a wire recciNed ..
county cose cuts on other "I 8uppo ed tlmt I hat) hit him for I

Clyde Perry vs the Consolidated I I parts of his bod '. He was apparently at Dushnell.GniJuo'illeThere. he1 did not follow us after that," Fox MORIE

Special tax school district No. 4 of [,attacked with robbery the motive I ore 407 species salt). 1'tiaRa ARE THAN A M'L&.'O

that county upholding legality of I and! sub-spc'c les of birds found in Wti

the million dollar bond issue voted Tallahassee-Tuesday, May 5, has'' Florida aceoiding. to n complete and WALTON LEAOl'h;!

several months ago. The opinion was I been fixed as the date for holding the> authentic list just compiled by A. H.Howoll ADOPTS I1YLAM8Jacksom

by Justice Whitfleld. *1,1\00.000\ > !good roads bond election of the United States Biological
in Leon county it is announced by the '! hll'IInd turned the ille, Maivh( I1.).- Florida's
St. Cloud-School ofllciala last week I county commissioners... Seventy or'' o\er to nt.ed for the- protection of gamu and
Florida :Mute-, Museum at the University '
made an unexpected test, of the Hru more miles of hard surfaced roads tub\ the vh.or ( 'eiil S. (Graham
are
of Florida. Of these l.'i.J:
alarm at the Grammar school building I provideil for in projects uncled in and! xuh.spencs breed m Floridii., "I"'if'This I .president of the Poinsetta chapter( of
anil it was found that the entire th,-' call for the I'lu'liun. Hard-sur the Izank! Walton Leairiic! of Amur)
list the result of intermittent work :
school of about four hundred IItU- I face for the entile length of State is /I'L',' sanctioned' bthe' <"'hupter, /
'
by ;Mr. Howell for ten Two'birds
dents, vacated the building in sixty Koad No. 1 across the county, hard- years. (ant nightheii it met to /-nl/ .pt' n.s
t that formerly bird In Florid,
seconds. This will be an interesting sin'facing of State Road No. 10, leading by-luws, and will be pusindd hIw I
the and the Cumlina
bit of news for the parents, who will from the Georua: Ime through I piibsengcr' pigeon( I pn"sident. bifoie Ihe state division i>fte I
nucxlin.t
be ulud\ to know of the excellent training the county \\aids<1 the Gull "if :Mexico T. Van piirrukiet ll.Mimg, ,arc director of the -' 111"1, "bngtle\ \\buh mill:, at Oil.mdo on

the children receive in fire drill. ] and also of Road No. ID, toward : March :121ilb! a it.commendati,,m
ulu :Mate; ;Museum, \\oikmg nn 11' .
Perry and f-everiil stretches of xnnd- that n bill inibml.vm'; I In in bo intin,
Tallnho! co-Only about 3"i; percent complete !list of the fauna of the
clay also I duced in thelatu legisluture.Mr. .
of highways aie ituluded, in the state, and lias the list of birds. ,
the white teachers taking the now
..list. I : Giahain; also letommended, a ,
last teachers examination passed and I IBunnell i The museum is endeaxoung to secure state game law with a department to
lose than 10 per cent of the negroes I specimens of all minerals, llura and
lie ,
enforce advocated hunting
I -The surveying( party for it. a *tute
pnssiil it was re\culed in the departmeni ,' the Florida East (oast railway which fauna of Floiida. __ I I license, instead of a i ounty licmseand
I ITlillahll"seeThe
of education. State Superintendent has had! its headquarters in Bunnell, I hoard of Statu that all license be used for thoprotection Buick
W. S. Cawthon declares that it of full. and instead of .
have
moved their location to a point'on Institutions elected J H Colsun, (prison game
is a hard matter today to secure the Kings road where the work I phj'Hil'ilin.1.; M. and! u1-elected .1. S. going into the school fund ,

teachers who have the necessary will be carried on. The double tracking lilitch as superintendent of the state Mr.( Graham also urgetl thut the

foundation in education tind the natural I' of the Florida East Coast railway prison' farm and! Nathan Mayo as director state hunting law be changed to con Four-Wheel! Brakes

ability to teach. is perhaps the most gigantic undertaking of the prison department. In form with the federal l I migratory bird!

Okcechobec A syndicate headed and will mean more to the cast I conjunction with this announcement |, law hming the season in Horldn

by Percy Rock feller! son of the lute I coast than the furtherance of any it also was stated that the new shirt I open nnd close earlier than at present. Of the more than a million IJuicks in use

William'' Rockfcllcr and August Hockscher large movement now on foot. It will I factory erected at the prison farm He would make it unlawful to

both of New York, hus purchased I mean more adequate facilities for the Itaiford, has been completed and, will i atch black bass during the spawning today, the last 3 OOOO built have Duickmechanical

the Southern Cattle Ranch in handling of passengers. and produce, I be* placed into operation Monday. SCIIHOII, the same as shooting( quail 4-wheel brakes. On these

this county from J. S. Cosden of I which handicap, has been felt keenly I Class 2 prisoners primarily will bo out of season and establish a special

New York and associates.. The property I throughout the eastern section of the employed in the shirt factory. The I season for killing doe deer and hen 3 OOOO, Buick 4-whccI brakes have

contains 180,000 acres and was state. state has u contract with Salant and turki'js."A proved their increased control and safety

said to have been sold for 1,500,000 I Salant of New York the coinpan.v' to I slate gome law is the only sal

ea1
for what the property would be used.St. of a gigantic: rubber in and to pay the state 72 rcntspe I he said. "It should not be allowed toItl.t two years, in every extreme of weather. j

-- dustry in South Florida loomed! with r doyen for making( the into politics."

Petersburg-A petrified forest the appearance in this section of Harvey Prison officials expressed the "hirt"1 In Mr. Graham's opinion a stuto

believed to be thousands of years old, S, Firestone wealthy automobile! I that other factories will be added just hunting license of $\\II should bo fixed I

has been discovered hy the operators, : tire manufacturer, of Akron Ohio, as snon as. this one shows profit. I' and thi would entitle the hunter to

of the suction dredge Hillsborough and some of his representatives, hunt in any comity inxtiiul of having ; LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY

at Shore Acres in the mouth of Edge- I among whom is M. A. Check, who I JOSEPH M. HARKIS I to piiv more than one liKtise, Nmiresidi'iiti J. M. Smith Manager.

water basin on the south side of i iPapy's has pent two decades in the Far of the' state, he snnl, should i ibe
bayou it was learned Sunday. I East for Firestone and who is Joseph M. Harris (better known nn"Huik" charged, higher 1 littnsi' than rc" { ) died at the homo of his .
The forest of a bygone day was found ed! as one of the most expert pa-j dents'' I ISUHSCRIIiK -- -- -----------
rejnrd-I rents, Mr. and, Mrs. Sam J. l When better automobile* arc loiilt, Buick \vill builcl them
under water buried beneath a lave; ,' ,plantation men in the world. .
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at Lake ( --
Geneva Thursday' afternoon. TO TifF: TKLEflRAPin:
of nearly five fee. of sand indicating inspecting the rubber trees March 12th at 5 o'clock after an ill '

that at some indefinite period m the' r-Misun and! Ford estates, the party ness of several weeki. ---'

past that section of pinellas peninsula departed" for Coconut Grove to inspect The body arrived in Lake City Fri
subsidence, thr federal experiment farm there
was submerged by i ,
day at 7 a. m. and was convened to

Tallahassee Assessment of property '' trees where are numerous said to be species growing.of rubber the home of his futher-in-law, V. II. HEV Pop/ WIU.VA \ pop M" BOa 6AV LlMOVDO

in Florida on a fiO per cent hams I j Dunbnr where funeral services were. FOLKSIN COMB UP A MINITAN' I ISQX) ON& VOU

would place the grand total at more I I ukp Alf'I'I-A' new university for held that afternoon at 3:30: o'clock, HELP MBWIT.. PLEASB cur IT
Kov.! Walter T. Cnvell rector of the I MV HAIfil ? OF INCH
than one billion dollars. according to Florida, laurel" and better than their OUR
ftpiseopiil, chunh officiating, Inteiment I.-I
cumulations submitted to Governor ], <,sent state si hool at Gainesville, I
John W. Martin in the second biennial is plmimd foi this city I by the SpanishAimiii \\' &- made in Oak Lawn
tery with, :Masonic honors.Mi. 1"'IW-\\ TOWN
of Marion L. state
report Dawson i all War Veteran. Purchase .
: Harris uus about to) '
tax equalizer.' All taxable property instate nf 110 acres of land, I l.\mg at
I IIKI and had Hpcnt mo.st of his lifelien -
of every kind and di-scnpti'>n llie termination! of the i itv limits .
was assessed at only $115,103,181 I in hire, mailing. <' a consideintinn) of riming/ here from !Macon, Ca! ., OUST
I with his paionts, when quite small
1023 however he points out, while JlOO.ii"", wis announced by the Lake a TO:
'.
fire insurnace risks written in the I Alfred\ Impr..vemcnt Association as bo.\ DUSTBy
He bad been in failing health for i
same year amounted, to 1,030,0(17-:; ( the sitl' foi the new unier"itWoik ,
the, pnst two and had rwentlv
000. I upon the, strmture i is expected to. gi,>tundor years -
__ returned from Texas where he spc ntsiii
'0 about thl' first of
\\a;
>
LI'I'RbuTlc-Flrsl pri/e foi the lartre i! .JnnunrY'1 'ml months n the hope of he-mi
I'i'Jt! : it uiis -jnd Major -:
t mouth black bass! caught in southern ; I1'netittedHe" ,
Vtilson, of 'hatanooga representedthe
.
waters, the ninth sought after i veteran-! I tin. .deal and nnnouniid .. / reieiM-d his education in the EdwardMcCuIbugh

award of Field find, stream, au'ainconus thut Ian,I i- f bit'h grade i\it-o.i, r pulhe' KI hoots, of this nty and at the

to Lake county tlii" v'nr and timber. I'niMTsity of rlorido.in .'

i- won by a little :Mi s of nine jcai-' ( :May 2o, hill he! was married

Ruth W. Chofite of Eu-ti The F.u-- Miami-.\--MI. u.< e that the ]1C>2"ti :; toIIM: Mary Prince Ounbar of this AUTOCASTFn

ti- Lake Region featured the story in "ntativ *, bu-l.-et: would not. be matorialh iit.who, was at his bedside, during

a big. first page spread, tukinu- pardonable chimirid we-ie gi\c-n by Chairman hm last illnrsH.Besides .

pride in the awanl, as well H. 1! Philips, of the state r'>addepartniiM his wifo ami parents, ho NCT'r'.lN'NOTHIM' BoyS CONTEST

as in the record made by this little Ii | .it th > hearing in M[.amiaciording is survived by four brothers, ftordnn ULl.ETII'

i girl not yet in her teens j to the Highland-i county S. and .Jeff Harris of Lake Geneva, A ---- -- -
-- Howard K Harris, of Sanford, and VOO'RECOIN' WELL BorVS THE!!
from the
!St. Augustine. -The state road depnrtment delegation turning meefing. Robert Harn, of Miami.-Lake City OUT CONire'br; c.coseo
, Is now advertising for bids' Thne! proeits on state Road S" Reporter. THWAV MAP<:H ,l5'JJ; bUT
, -,-the ir on the construction of the state highway -
I in the !budge... These. are linishmg. Helped Him ; HAvC
between
a federal aid project
the Duval county I line and !St. I Thru 1'1' .j".t. on stater Komi. N'o.pletmir "If anyone herp," shouted the temperance COM IN THAT IT I

tine and bids will be opened AIIlI'us-1 the in..- .ing links in Hi.'hlandi: ipeaker "can name an honest WILL 1"1 B6 REALLV

3 for drainage and .grading structures. count> and the nifsmg link between business that has been helped by 8LE' FORE
Okcechobee ami, Fort Plene. The a saloon, I will spend the rest of OUDOE&: TO
A set of plans for this work is my ANNOUNCE TUB"UNTIL.
I links are the Lake AnnifKissimm.e life working for the
being sent from the state office at Highlands liquor people.A \NINNe .
Tallahassee to County Manager TIM-i-trctch and the Josephine man in the audience arose. "I >No'n1ER.Sell(

Stone's office here to be kept on file refk.LnkP Stl'lIrnstrt.t'h.. consider my business honest" ho SBi.l, Oft TWO.ON .

so that contractors coming hero to "and, it has boen helped! by the liquor .
ISo NVorm* In a Healthy Child trade."
look over the construction may bel'on'enlent IoCEifOuR eve
!' All chUilren in, u"I..t l wlib Worms h ve to oo- "What ,n your business ?" THIS T PF'OQ.
to the specifications. healthy cuter" which indust*!* poor' t.k l. and M "
I rule then to more < Ft. Lauderdale George Crosby, GROVE'S TASTELESS ,hl.1 1 TUNIC mvrn rul rlrfurtwoor ABOuT CoNTt"oT 1
who was shot by his brother, John ihrev ,,_fii' wt.l enrich the tluwl. Improve : The Quinine That Does Not Atlect The lied !
ihedufiiu'''u ar.j 1 a t .. a Onrral ixr'nnlieolo4 IWaus rt lit trntc unit ,Ininflve ./ffre ; SBB
Crosby here 18 died the | r4CT W E''"
February in Took tu i(h.' 10 .' ir Qi, I IMM./ : : T.M.-M run to LArcA./
Edwards hospital here late Sunday i ,browoffod..prl l 'v M' mo. and thr Child will ba i ila by ne without' rmi ind Drvou nr i nr /
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euro, in which he will represent Bradford If it looks like this.. of Allendale, are visiting relatives ,Perry Webb, and Andrew Padgett.
county as one of its members.Mr. here this week. I Messrs E. J. Murrhee\ and Simeon
1.a..1. Good-Nlghtp. Mrs Forrest Reynolds and children Thomas were visitors to Ha.apton
and Mrs. Mack Howard and returned from Jacksonville Tuesday Friday.

children, of Jacksonville, spent Sat after several weeks visit with relatives O. W. Dyal was a visitor to Starke
c-\- e urday and Sunday here with relay I there. Friday .

tives. Mr. and Mrs J. A. Graves and Rev. Taylor, of Hampton, will

I children, of Indian River City, are I preach at the Christian church here
-- -- ----- C. R. Sapp, of'Jacksonville, is in r moving back to their home here after Sunday morning: and evening.

-- 1'lioiifH ii9 ami IOU town transacting business this week. lp' i several months' stay in the South Frank Brown, of Waldo, was a

where he has been employed with visitor here Sunday.
__ u Superintendent II. B. Wiggins, of the road department. !Mrs Williard Smith and sister,

BIRTHDAY PARTY I G. II. Barker, of Jacksonville, visited Starke, attended the commencement Mesdames J. A. Graves, F. T. Ab- Bunie! were visitors to Starke Mon-
exercises of the high school Friday
'friends here Sunday.
ernathy and Miss Bunie Graves spent day.Messrs
Saturday afternoon from four to Among the traveling men calling evening. Saturday at the county seat. Buddie and Livingston Russ

six, Hazel Adkins entertained a few I Ion our trade last week were: J. L. I I[ I. L. Ogden and daughter, Miss of Brooker, were visiting friends here
I Briggs W. M. Porter, C. M. Click, T. With the commencement exercisesof
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lovely Mattie and Miss Sunday.
of her girl friends by Riving: a { Ruby Dyal spent
birthday party at her home on N. L. Southerland and O. B. Hunt, all J.awtey High/ school at the audi- Friday afternoon attending to busi- Misses Gertrude Wynn and Mamie

Walnut street.In of Jacksonville.Miss torium lust Friday closes another I ness at Starke.W. Mills were visiting Mr. and Mrs.

the content, pining the patch on Maggie! Crews was a visitorto very successful and profitable term I T. Wasdin, of Waldo, was a visitor Charley McKenney Sunday.Mr. .
the pig, June Bullen pinned nearest Starke Saturday.E. of school. An Interesting programwas here :Friday. Charles Wodsworth was in our

the exact spot, and received as a prizea Wilkinson was transacting busi- rendered. Prof. W. A. Little, of 5' I Bob SurrEncy, Gentry Call and Elll section Saturday.
A
bottle of perfume. Games on the ness in Lawtey Saturday. Gainesville, was one of the speakers. Starling spent Sunday with friends Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kile and
Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, of Waldo, la There were several graduations
lawn were enjoyed until the guests in Alachua. daughter, Louise, were visiting her

were invited to a prettily arranged: spending a few days here the guestof Mrs. J. H. Moore and Mrs. R. R.I I II II I Mr. and Mrs E. J. Dowling and sister, Mrs. N. Wynn, Sunday.
table, centered by a white birthday Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wimberly. Thede visitors II children, of Waldo, spent Sunday at Misses Mattie and Minnie Ogden
cake on which burned eleven small Miss Hazel Boggs: Miss Winifred were and to Jacksonville! I I the home of I. L. Ogden.Mr. were visitors to Starke Saturday.Mr. .

yellow candles. Ice cream, cake and I Wimberly, Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, II Sunday Monday. and Mrs.\ T. D. Dyal, of Ziff, : and Mrs. Volley McKenney were

candies were served by the hostess. Iii Rogers, Harry Wimberly and Messrs O. G. Cellar and J. H.Wet- :, were visitors here Sunday.Mr. visiting relatives in Sampson City

The popular young hostess received Tucker Boggs motored to Starke tin er, of the Billy Sunday Club, of and Mrs. Arthur Brown entertained I Saturday.

a number of beautiful and useful Monday. Jacksonville, were the speakers at the young folks Saturday
birthday gifts Grace church Sunday morning/ night with a pound party. Those attending College Grad: "I'm a college man
LAWTEY I and I want a position."
were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
20TII CENTURY BRIDGE CLUB. March 20.-Mrs. Henry :I Link Moseley, of Jacksonville, wasa Brown and Miss Eunice McKenny, of Employer: "No college man will

Bennett Lawtey of, Jacksonville visited rela-- visitor here Saturday. I w tcI Starke, Mr.\ anti Mrs. John McKenney work in this place as long as I'm
Mr. and Mrs F. F. Stump entertained Mrs. G. W. Brown and Mrs. J. T. Misses Aileen I boss."
tives here Friday.Mr. Surrcncy, Ruby Dyal,
the 20th Century Bridge Club Moore motored to Gainesville Tues I hTLti Messrs Gentry Calf Oliver Hunter, College Grad: "Who mentioned
Thursday evening, and hail, as their and! Mrs. B. Clark and family, day afternoon I Y work ?"

guests: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek, Mr. of Columbia county, were visitors at
and Mrs. L. Wyman, Mrs. Taylor the homo of Mrs Jesse Reddish Sun- The berry movement for the week -
Belcher, of West Point, N. Y., Mr. day. of March 16 to 21 was 22,000 quarts,
and Mrs. U. L. Beusley, Mr. and Mrs :Monday's berries sold for 40 cents a .s GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

N. Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. In- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harper, of quart at the depot. The average price TLti

man, Mr. and-Mrs. E. I... Bigg4, Miss Hampton, were guests Tuesday of for the entire week was 34 cents a I &, RITCH ,
Mable Weller and J. J. Truby. Prof. and Mrs. W. O. Duvall.A. quart. The prospects for this week I'9Paris REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

Prizes for high: score were won by started off encouragingly Monday decrees the painted ear so INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE,
Mrs. E. L. Biggs:\ and N. Strenberg; A. Durden, of Hampton, was in with 12,800 quarts bringing $6 and New Yorkers have taken it up. Unfortunately ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE
roug <: photographs/ ,
(7( crate
and low scores word made by Mr. and town Wednesday.Mrs. a
black, and i.s not very beautifying BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
Mrs. O. L. Beasley, and tho guest in form do think?
picture ,
J. T. Moore was a visitor to BROOKER yea
prize went to Mr. and Mrs. L. Wyman. Jacksonville Wednesday. MADE PROMPTLY

Delicious refreshments of yellow Brooker, !March 27.-0. W. Berry, Russ.
and white brick cream and cake were Lawtey, March 27.-Mrs. C. A. who has been attending to businessIn Song. .!: ",

served by the hostess. Homo-made Knight, of Starke, was a visitor to Jacksonville for the past week, re- Trip to Stockholm Mallie Surren- .
candies were served on the card Lawtey Wednesday turned home Friday] cy. We can charge

tables during the game. B. J. Sapp, of New River, was the A Glimpse of Our Several Fields- your
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Roberts and .YES
Lovely roses and verbenas/ in bas guest of his daughter, Mrs. Mott Royce Gainey. 8 HKS
kets and wall vases were used as decoration baby were visitors to Hampton Sun here Sunday.
Why not Give Italy Jewell Storage Battery In
for the reception room, amt, a tiny Mr. and Mrs. Guy Long were the Conerly. up ISmith's
nosegay: of bright hued nasturtiums
of relatives in Jacksonville
was !given each guest as a favor. A. Anderson, of Starke, visited guest Closing Song.
relatives here Saturday.Mrs. Sunday. Group Leader, !Mrs. M. P. :Matheny.:
SPEND; : THE DAY PARTY Miss Virginia Weeks, of Starke, SFlakel
AT TilEIANSE: C. Y. Mayo and Fred and was visiting her parents, Mr. and GRAHAM: Garage
David Moore, of Jacksonville, spent :Mrs. R. A. Weeks last week.!

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Sunday here at the! homo of their parents Mrs. John Shriver was attending.to Graham, :March 27.-:Mrs. Maude
church were entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore. business in Starke !Monday Graves and children returned to Indian
Thunuluy with a spend the day partyat E. S. Gainey, of Plant City was the
River City after
Tuesday
the manse, Mrs. II. A. Tucker, Mrs J. T. !Moore was shopping 'n guest of relatives here Sunday. al days visit here with relatives sever and
Jacksonville
hostess. Thursday. H. P. Gainey and son, Everett, friends 0 J809ABRAH
The object of the gathering was to were attending to business in Waldo
Rev. R. I). Bevis filled his regular Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Oldham and lit-
make and repair chair covers for the Sunday.
the Melrose
at
monthly appointment
church. Some of the ladies cut and church Elder Baxter, of Plant City, was tle daughter, Alice Katherine, orevlsltinA'
Baptist S'Jn.l"y.
did finger work, while three machines visiting relatives here Sunday.L. relatives in Jacksonville.

were kept running all the time. Mr. and !Mrs. U. D. Miner, of R. G.ilney" and son, Royce, 'I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown, of

At the noon hour an elegant luncheon Starke, were guests Sunday at the attending to business ill! DeLand Starke, were .visiting friends here

was served.! In the dining room, home of E. J. Roberts. Sunday. Sunday.Mrs. .
and socially the day was most enjoy Mr. and :Mrs. M. Wasdin, of Graham Willard Smith and children, LIncULrv-It365
1\IrK. Henry Bennett\ of Jacksonville s
were visiting! friends here Sun
able.The guests were :MtWlamos S. E. visited relatives here last week. day. To Cure a Cold In One Day

Brownlee, John Uidow, Sidney !Misses ]Harriet Ritch and Elise Take LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE (Tablet). It Worked
J. J. Moore business by
II. and T. were Miipithu Cuuuh and Headache and works off the Day
Church, W. E. Duvls, E. M. Davis, T. visitors to Starke Wednesday Jones and Messrs. Frank'Carpenter, Cold, K: W (bROVKS: >! nnture on each box. 30c. ,
S. Williams, II. II. Young, J. M. Joseph Thomas and Hamilton Ritch, -
Mitchell, Jennie Spray, J. M. Brown- Clifton Brown, of Tampn, was the all of Starko, were the guests of :Miss Read at
Night
lee, Misses Kate Livingston, Gertrude guest: Sunday of his parents. Dr. and Virginia Weeks Sunday I Stop Night Coughing\
Adams, Carrie Uglow, and Mrs O. W. Brown Mr. and Mrs P. M. Barefoot and

Mrs. Fincher. daughter Jaunita, of Sturko, were Thib: Simple Way The
: : c:: money President Lincoln
earned
Mr. and Mrs James Shepard and visiting her sister, Mrs. R. T. Osteen, asa
PUIDAY APTKICNOONKKIIXJK :' : children, of Starke, were visitors Sunday. People: eI,It,- h" ? per.Wten t, annoyIhg rail splitter he put in bank. In later
.. n".I", .. .. 'l"'ln .it iigit,, ml
CLUII here Sunday Rev Buttear, of Dukes, filled his oho lhu.th 1 I.,* of. ,. "'11.-1.! Bleep: life he often referred to his first bank ac.
-- : arc wattle( hin!; tlu'ii HV UIIIII and .
Mrs O. L. i returned here Sunday regular appointment here Sunday., lash, count. At night he read
Haynes was hostess to I MisH Eva Grant Il( I7.n ?'th'I t.uruua. every book he
!Mrs. Emily Abbott has been the in ( ; :
on ston! I d.! +t: easing
the Friday Afternoon Bridge Club, from :Miami where she spent a sick list for the last few trouble promi'tl!" i a. \>..y unnplo could: lay his hands on.
at her attractive home. I few days with friends days. treatment JKi'uiviU1.J' hit+1
Mr. J. M. Music, of Jacksonville, hardly b<.un 0',,. to wt at all for Have bank
After several rubbers of bridge' j you a account ?
its j who has purchased the coUKlilnu.! h.1 o i >:t"'i Li-! 'Ir Call
Elder It. V. Skipper of Jackson. place owned
was found that 111118Iable! Welleri I night a sleep uiuiry itrst time they
had made high while !Mrs. S. L. I'c'k'maJ vllle, filled his regular appointmenthere by Mrs M. C. PInholster, has recent. tried It. If >ou ha\en't. start one with us today.
at the Second, Advent church ly moved here, and everybody welcomes The treatment N based on a reatarkablu -
We'll
low and each II1Cd".II.llon known gladly explain
were presentedwith ; it* hn our simple, safe
and him to our town. King's' Taw lHacovery fur
Wednesday Thursday evenings Cough
a suitable prize. I ; method of
Mr.: J. II. Kelley, of our town, was lou simply. take a. tcnspoonful at doing business.
Mrs. Haynes served fruit salu\J, night b li>"ru rttlrh: r tad: hold It li
I P. F. of Starke, visitor l.
Stump was a
attending to business at Bell Satur your throat fur IS SO
op secomis! before
/v v Ty\ A bank
tuna fish sandwiches account Is
saltines and here Sunday. iwullowlMtf; !t, without follow a touchdown on the
iced tea with pansies as favors. day.Misses lag with water Tho proscription road
to the of
: ; goal
[ \ Mattie and Minnie Ogden, has a double notion. It not only: success. _
Guests present: Mesdames\ J. L.-- !Mrs. W. A. Colley and daughter, Ruby Dyal Francis soothes lied hoata 8< if teas and l.rl-
Peek, S. L. Peek, E. L. Biggs( A. W. !Miss Lois of Starke, were guests Murrhqe and b-it' It nnlrkly loosens nod
Mr. Duffy Abernathy, all of Graham remotes the phlegm .
and conge ti"1-1
Anderson, F. L. Turner, L. Wyman, from Friday to Sunday of Miss Rebecca were visitors here which are tu' tllii.t .m.sr Hi lh.
N. J ternborg, O. L. Beasley, Ralph i Whitehead. Sunday evening coughing!lin r. tilt Is th.it jon
Mrs[ M.! P. Matheny and son, Emry, usually .Io'p! aa u..aiy! na a I tub >
Alice E. Rhodes Thar, in of, Mahle Tallahassee Wetler, Misses and! j,I Mrs. Eva Revere, of Homestead, is and Mrs. T. P. Ward, of our town, cough th"cTl'. condo'lift, Icon nl butt"'i'. n'In ,1.I\uiy the ,Hiiui"tlr.t Bradford County BankBradford

Alleen Alvarez.: spending a few days here with her were the guests of Mrs. Dan Lynn tint.'.

1 parents Mr. and Mrs G. L. Futch. near Gainesville who has been confined Tho profrlptln l .!hs In, hlirhlv t.t I tvodnimemleu t,11t.- County' Financial Stronghold
CLASS PARTY to her bed for the past few hOl\r'n"*, in I nrMt, nn>.1 1 i H
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I I Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Starke, was weeks. nnnili-nul', r, r i i,'11. 1.1\,. < coughs .inU Established 1880! STARKE, FLA.
rpasni- t. n, -1"i I irmful' .
Little Miss Eloise flitch entertained I a visitor here Thursday. Mrs.[ O. G. Strayhorn and Mrs. i IJcoin; mu il. ., n' t'0'' l, ,,. It 011'11"only'*
the Sunday school class of which ftalliHon, of Waldo, were the guestsf one II.IHP .ni> ,ii. It id -i kilu at all
| After spending several days hereas Booci Uru-v t .'. ; t jfA
she Is a member on Wednesday afternoon ( Mr. and Mrs. E. M.\ Hazen, Satur-
at tho home of her parents, Mr. the guests of Dr. and Mrs. G. W. t,,iay. I
and Mrs.\ J. H. Ritch. Brown, Mr. and Mm. W. I. Johns
I Sheriff Spperson, of Starke, was attending I
left Thursday for their home in Allen-
Hazel Adklns, class
president, pre. ; I to business here Thursday
vided over the business' session, and 'dale, S. C. E. M. and G. W. Hazen were attending I

Eloise Ritch read the minutes of tho Mr. and I\I..C--, : Harper, of I to business in Starke Thurs-I r04

previous meeting. 1Iiaslncli" Ray, Hampton, were guests of Prof and'lay. I aF -'
teacher of the class, lead I the study of Mrs. W. O. Duvall Wednesday. Mr. Terry, of Lawtey, was ottl'nlI I -J IH
the quarterly review lesson for next i ng to business here Ia.tI _
one day
Sunday. I Edward Edwards, of Jacksonville, ,week II ..*. .. ..... ...... s..,+a !+' .F 'l

!Mrs. Ritch, assisted by Misses ,wan in town on business Monday. H. P. Gainey and J. II. Kelley spent r
(ginia Weeks and Hurt let Bitch, Vlr.// 1 Wednesday and Thursday at Santa Remarkable Herb
ed pineapple' flout and fancy Sirs. L. II. Hill visited friends In I:.Ye lake dishing '

Class members present were: Baldwin Tuesday. Henry Shaw was attending to busi- HOBO KIDNEY ANDREMEDY BLADDER TIlE; bread-making

Hazel Adkins, F.thol1n'hite, Carrie Mr. and Sirs J. J. McLeod, of Mel 1 ict.5 in Starke Friday : of the old

Hutto, Eloise Riti-h. HillK Graham rose, were visitors tn Lawtey Honda. Rev. W. M.\ Moody, of LaCrosse Romans have been
St. Elmo Struth Julian feek, Jr., f tilled his regular appointment at Mrs P. P. Nelson, of Lake Charles, may

John and Frank Ininan. Gut>ts: Lois Shipman Sapp and Elisha Rosier I Sock: Sunday La., writes: "It was a long time be- satisfactory to the peopleof
Long and Dorothy Ritch.HIGHLAND. came home from Jacksonville and Among those attending church their but such
day methods would
fore we found out what was the mat not suit
wont .the weekend with their fami wore J. J. Morgan\ A. W. Shaw, II. P.
; ) i lies.: Gainey, G. W. Hazen, Henry Shaw ter. I wanted to sleep all the time, the fastidious taste of the people of this com-

Highland !March 27.-Mrs. J. A. lad L. .\. Johns and families suffered' with my eyes, backache and munity at the present time.
Henry Hudson, of Clay Hill, was in
Starling is visiting relatives here. town: on business Saturday. Aubry Hazen, of Waldo was herewith headaches. Had no energy and was no
Mr. and :Mrs Henry Grader left his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. account generally."

Wednesday for their home In Columbus I Sheriff W. J. Epperson! of Starke, I Iazen Saturday. Doctors examined me and said I Our Breaddoes

Gn., after u visit here with II. C. was In town looking around MondayC. Remember B. Y. 1'. U. every Sunday had
Bright Disease but could
do
me
Wlmberly and family evening at 7:30.: Everybody Invited -
D. B. Williams left Sunday for Y. Mayo, of Jacksonville was I f to attend. The following pro- no good. I took Hobo Kidney\: and satisfy the people of this community because

Jacksonville after spending.!! a two I transacting business here 'Veness, :rran will be r.-ndercd Sunday. Bladder Remedy and was healed. it is wholesome is scientifically made in a

weeks' vacation here with his mother, I'day.I Song. If you want to be put back on your sanitary bakery, and is everything that the best
Mrs Idu B. William Scripture Reading-II. B. Drown.
.T. W. Crosier'and Mr. Hewitt of feet in tip-top shape
try a treatmentof
R. T. Starling made a business Jacksonville, were business visif.JM Lord's Prayer-All, led by J. D. Hobo Kidney\: & Bladder bread should be. It has the desired home flavor.
Remedyon
Green Baxter.
trip to Cove Springs Mondny.Mr .
D. C. Mnsley, Mrs. Tens !Morgan here l\rn..Cay! and Tuesday. Song. money-back guarantee from your Quality/ and cleanliness the twin mottoes

and lIlorgan; : were shopping Prof. W. O. Duvall, who has Just Introduction-Vergie Thomas. 'neighborhood druggist. of this bakery at all times. .

In i't.irko!: T'u-.day. r finished a ver- n ceeessful term of A Difficult Field in Gl'neral-Alma HOBO :
MEDICINE; :
COMPANYItcaumont =
H. II. Roors ;tad| ll. C. Wimberly, school he'. I I..': :M>-ndn"vith Mr. T rhomas.'
Jr., of ;\111'" ,!Me.. ',nt :Muiii'.iv'! here r>mnl'!! ," ''i.ihv for Hampton where !Some; Specific I'robleml-Lucllle:! Texas!
guests of II. t' \? t', "y' and, family. ''"'tfl .,.i i i f v '.> '-.'fineo>: 1 H larrell. Starke Bakery

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I The W. T. Weeks Chapter. U. D. (".,''I Mr\ and Mrs.\ II. A, Bishop and SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH
I will meet next Wednesday afternoon,,, Ichihlicii motored Wulaka and Crescent 'r ; ADVICETO: THE AGED
1 the home of Mrs. O. L., NOTICE or GUARDIAN I A.. h.ne.Infirmltt.mch.ulu( I .i.h I
April 1st, at City for the week-end. i BALE OK REALRBTAtE ...
I bow l w k kldtMya, torpid liv...
Bits of LocalInformation Beusley, on North Walnut street.! All I I
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members urged to be present as plans W E. Torodo, of Lawtoy, was In' Noilce IN herrby ulven. that thv un..IIII"' l ; Tutt's Pills
lu Guardian fur Earl Thom and Elio! !
made for Memorial Staike
will be Day.
I Saturday Thom. Minor helm ..f It H. Thomu. >luCMUIMI -
I will apply to tin Honorable il...>. A. I ,
I I..p.cm..H.ct th. .....
I Selling for cash enables me to ;Miss Lillian Alibiitton of Jacksonville Gltnllni PUii-lila.' '.on County the Jflth JUKO day) of of April Hmilronl, lOll County.at 10o'clock I I .C"AD".ttmuUtiac.ierpuqslim th,. |M.W.|ou.,. la....thC .M....-ytUin......., I ,

Concerning Our People Business and sell for ess. Call at my store forIen' was a guest Sunday of Misses a. m for an onlvr to .i-ll at private' 'I
OR'' nil the Interest of ,
ihu mill
mlnon In
of h I ;\ ", Furnishings Shoes for Amellu and Olive Ray. tho following d..I\1 heel attuati end ly. I > Itantti 'l T"rnty.no ((21) Eaat, .
Progres the County and Town. the Family,, Clothing. J. 31. AI- I wit inN:in Rradruril. Imintr Stato. of Florid' I". ,, 11'I Pi'I! t: McCI: >'NACnAN

II varez.Mr If you need a dress pattern Ciiimllan for iM Minor
3outhia quarter' 01 Souih.iint' .|imrti'r I 1'1" _.''h tiny .f Mnrch A. D.
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try Sternberg's.Geo. : Suction Ihrco (tat, Townntilp six ,tel), "...tit 1825S.2T8MS4

and Mrs. B. J. Farmer and H --
Miss Isabel Bullen spent Saturdayin !Mrs. W. M. Wainwright has re- F. of
A. Farmer, of St. Petersburg motor Young, Lawtey, was a
Jacksonville. turned from a visit in Jacksonvilleand ed to Starke lest Friday. They are business visitor to Starke !Monday. a ))

Pablo Beach. former residents of Starke and have -
Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Hoover spent
friends. here who glad to $12,500 AWARDED SEA
were
last week in Jacksonville. !Messrs. W. H. Green and son, R. A. welcome many them. Mrs Clyde Alvarez and Mrs.\ Warren -

Green, were visitors to Jacksonville of Jacksonville, spent the week-
Ring Peoples' Grocer for meats Wednesday end at Kelly Kottngo at Kingsley CAPTAIN INJURED IN

and groceries. We deliver anywhere.If I Best Pure Leaf Lard, 8 pound buck- lake.
ets, $1.85. J. C. Manning's.:
Northern Lames you can get what AUTOMOBILE MISHAPA
you like good shoes try you want at Peoples' Grocer, Phone :Mr. and :Mrs. W. J. Griffln, Mrs.
Sternberg's. 13, Sheriff and :Mrs. W.. J. Eppersonspent Eugene Gnllln and her mother, Mrs.

Thursday in Jacksonville, where Alexander, all of Jacksonville, spent

Ladies' $12.93 Silk Dresses Mrs. Charles W. Chalker and two :Mr. Epperson attended the State Tuesday with :Mr. and :Mrs.' O. J. Grif verdict of $12,500 (for the pliuntilf was brought in Lite yesterday ..
Sheriffs' Convetion, of which ho is
at fin.
Saturday Stump's.See little sons have returned from a visit vice-president. While in the city Mra. afternoon by the jury in circuit court trying the $25,000 damage suit of

Middleburg.! Epperson was the guest of her niece, John M. Into against (the Atlantic Tire Service Company, of Jackionville.
the New Silk Sport Sweatersat
Mrs R. M. Baker NEW; !MANAGER FOR
Times-Union.
Marguerite's Shoppe. Sugar, 121.2 pounds, $1. J, C. 'r & I* CHAIN/ : STORE NO. 1 Jacksonville

Manning.Mr. .
:Men and Hoys' Athletic Underwear Do your self justice-save money-
at J. M. Alvarez' get what you want and like you wantit A. R. Moore, owner of the T & .' You, too, ca.n"be sued for any damage caused to life
and Mrs Lane Miss Emma store formerly The Peoples Grocer
Coffee, Mrs. Halbcrt and S. Ives, of at Peoples' Grocer. Company-, wishes to introduce to customers and property by your auto, whether driven by you or a member

Walter Wills, of Tampa, was! the Lake City, motored here Monday and new and old, his new man of your family. We will assume this liability for you

guest! Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. J. were guests of friends. Or. and :Mrs. Shepherd, of Eustis, agers, Mr. and Mrs.\[ J.V.. Shaw at a very nominal premium.J. .
W. Morgan. were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs formerly of Philadelphia. .
John Uglow. lr. :Shepherd is execu-
All the new lasts in Spring :Mr. Shaw having heM position for
Grits and meal $3.75 per hundred.J. tive secretary of the Synod of Florida a
Footwear for men and \\onien.J. 14 head meat cutter in one
years as
he
Manning: 31. Alvarez.Mrs. excellent and Sunday sermon evening at the preachedan Presbyterian of Philadelphia's leading markets R. DAVIS & CO.

surely can give to people of Starke
J. L. Malpas! and son, Milliard, R. C. Buford, who has been church. and vicinity a quality of service they General Insurance-.Agency Established 1886

travelling home. salesmen, spent Sundayat visiting her parents, !Mr. and Mrs. Ladies' Dresses in Hand-made have long been awaiting to enjoy. Ha

Ben Stelley, has returned to her homein voile, Striped Broadcloth, Silk will ollVr you the best of Western It

Jacksonville. Crepe de Chine and Linen. Values und native stall fatted meats. t
Hugh Turner, of Waldo spent Sun. been the
Mrs. Shaw has in employof
day here with friends. : from $7 to $S.JO: Reduced to the A. & P Chain Stores of Philadelphia ,.._._..-.. -. _.- ---. .. ....
!Mrs !May Jones, who has been hero SI.1KS::; special' for Saturday at
several weeks with her sister, :Mrs. Stump's.t for it number iifjears and
i. J. F. Klckliter, Sr., and family W. E. Middleton, has returned to her this work she understands very will.

spent part of last week at their home in Stuart. Mr.\ nnd ;Mra. O. W. Alvarez and 11t.Iooro! believes in Stiirki1. its
I people and Bradford county nod
Kingsley lake cottage.F.
son, J. G., were visitors Sunday at
I strives hard. to make his town
us
If you want fancy embroidery the Morgan home. Mrs. Alvarez will up-I I
A. Scott returned Saturday from be to-dute us. nay town its si/-. llo i
work try Sternberg's.Mrs. remembered as tho daughter of
Ormond, whore he visited his daughter !Mrs. Lalla Cliuco. enterprising and honest and wunt I
Mrs S. C. Carnell. the public to know he believes I in mlvanccment ar ,\
D. T. Clark of Jacksonville
,
and feels that with, t tinieIp '
was a guest of her parents, Mr.' and T. T. Long, of Cocoa, came Saturday Jl rJ
of the people of his! town
Just arrived a beautiful assortment Mrs N. D. Wuinwright, the first of to see his mother, Mrs. F. 1 H. good r
of Silk Dresses at Marguerite'sShoppe. the week. Long, and Sunday afternoon Mrs. and county he can build up a system.
of : tho will welcome
Grocery Stores public '
Long and son motored back to Cocoa.
und be proud to claim as their .
Col. A. Z. Adkina and Hon. R. A. Before returning home !Mrs. Long .
The Peoples' Grocer Market have Green represented Starko at the will also visit in Titusville. own. ... .,.,
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the best of Western and Florida stall State Bar Association In Gainesville When \people pick up n newspaper Your r
fattened meats. Friday. The Lake Clty-Palatka Short Route anti see the names of scores of people WUIW.L1tNnelne' t|uuv MI,.
Association was held in DeLand last in business in the town they decide

Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Richard, of Pa- Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown returned weekand attended by the following that it is u live wire, but when they

latka, spent Sunday here with his Sunday to their home in Tampa, (Starke representatives: E. S. Mat- pick| inn up which th,> hll\(' to examine

mother, Mrs Emma Richard.Mr. after a short visit with her parents, thews, G. M. Inman, J. II. Ritch, F. A. with a tele snipe lo lied I u hi"nmml

Mr. and Mrs E. S. Matthews. Scott and J. F. Kickliter, Jr. I, it iloi"s not "I'p..a.l to" thi< .t rllnJ.t.'ru. The most important j tire

: and Mrs. L. H. Hill, of Lawtey, .. brute anythio4,, i in pt a ili'iul t ,l one.

were visitors to Starke Monday. Mr. and Mrs Jack Murden, of Jack Mr. and !Mrs. II. L. Brawnier, --\It.: ( 'mini,,l (dILl I :Slit',ot.1ll'inocrnt.

sonville, were guests Sunday of her 'Hugh, Jr., and Mary Brownlce, and] --- ---- announcement of :years: ,

Maxwell\ House Coffee, 50c a pound, parents, Mr. and !Mrs J. M. Alvarez. Miss Nellie Stearns motored to
at J. C Manning's. Jacksonville Saturday, and were accompanied -
can now equip your
Best White Bacon 2Jc( home by Mr. and Mrs. M J. You with
a pound at rENT-A-wonn a tire twice atl
Mrs DI\ E. Edward and daughter, J. Manning's! Cheap Cash Store. C. Stith. l hlu id ordinary turds and
11IsllIhl"; are spending two weeksin J.
-- inll.itcd_ to only half thepre'.sure
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs C. W. Williams of '
Harry B. Wiswell has returned I'''' ::'' It In
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presentrinin
from to Texas, and Los Angeles, California, came thc
a trip stopped in :
Ladies' $t 7.:>0 Silk Dresses! Sturke fur u few days on route to his lint( of the week to visit !Mr. and IdUSALK. -S. C. \\lnto Leghorn b and coats about the
reduced to $15.50 Special for I Mrs. Malpns. Mr. Williams left Friday Name as ordinary tires. It
home in Maine i Hggs: (I'l-iris' Strain), 1"I eggs $1.50 I
Saturday at Stump's.Mr. !. for Los Angeles, but Mrs. Williums T. P. Wall, Uosemeiu, .Stnrke, Flu.27.4t' Ir" .:ivcs! revolutionary ad. 1 1jliL1IEIaIN
I' will remain longer with her \.ilnl.I\I'i..f..n11.rt.IIIJlllr.\:
The (iossnrd; Line of lieuuty :2!
\ and l Mrs. C. D. Shank, of Jacksonville IJi'lvik non-Lacing Itelvader 'sister, !Mrs. Malpas. -" I fkonomy. It 's the new .,
spent the week-end with her I' 150,000 Globe Tomato Plants treated !Mil lu lin Comfort Corel.
simplified i quick lacing combination
:
mother, Mrs. Lillie S. Lewis. and lrasiers: Special for Try tho new meat cutter at Peoples' for Rush and lilight. $2,50 per Comfort Cord Will you copse: in to life itf
,Grocer 1\larket.--I1e surely knows hniisand.; Ready for setting by 23d
Saturday at Stumps*.
J. M. Alvarez sells for ca .hand how to cut meats to suit each individual In"t. Place your orders. J. F. 1 Kick Smith's GarageStarke

Fells:;! better goods for less Mrs. E. ;\1. Johns and little daughter Iit'r.

money.J. Gloria; returned home Saturday I The following party went to COLORKt! LABORERS WANTED; Ila.
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ufternuon after spending a week in I '(Gainesville Friday lit Hasting, Florida to harvest,
evening to
E. Adkins, of New River, was a see
'
Jacksonville.
the Work for the wholefamily.
: : : Abie's Irish Rose: Misses Alice Thar- potato crop. 7
business visitor to Starke Saturday, '
in, Ethel Griffin Sara Florence Good pay ( "me any time
: Malpas,
and paid the Telegraph office a call. The '
New
lIats--'I'hl""fl' here, : Matthews, Carolyn Frlpp, Pearla after March 2S.; 3-27-It-1-17 -
every new style' at J. 31. Alva-i, Whitten, of Raiford !Messrs. John "" ',
; .: ; ;
...
Best green coffee, :'ic( a pound at rcz'. I ]Burns Mill> SALE Livingston Globe tomato
Owen
Griffin L.
M.
J. C. Reynolds, plants-Hardy Plants. Aro not
Manning's. ,(Orville Grlffls, Mr. and Mrs II. F Who
duped with fertilizer. O. A. Mitchell Anyone Spends MoneyAt
--- Col. and !Mrs D. F.. Knight ., .endcd j Brown, of Tampa.
Capt. and !Mrs. Ballard and two the meeting of the State Bar Association j West Call street Stiirko Fla. It.

children, of Jacksonville, were guests in Gainesville Friday and hauls V. Knight spent the weekend Klt( SALE OR LEASE On account
All Should
Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek Saturday i' Pay
in Gainesville attending the Installation of sickness I will sell or base my

of the Delta Tau Delta rate and box mill, Including blacksmith -
Ring I'hone 13 Just once for a cut If You want a good fitting 1 Chapter, of which he Is a member. At' shop O. W. Snellgrove, By Check

of our Western Meats Peoples' Gro- suit of clothes try bternberg's.! I IIr. the close of the ceremony Saturday Starke, Flu 3202t.

cer. ,evening a sumptuous banquet was .
:\ and Mrs, J. S. Malpus; !MKS. enjoyed, by members of the fraternity Fl( lit l SALE: -Chicks from uur h.avy'layinsc t
!Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shaw, of Cross Sure Malpns; and their guest, Mrs 1 'and their friends. Tom Rarron strain White.

City, have been visiting at the homeof C. W. Williams, of Los Angeles, Cal., Leghorn! $12 J per 100 April and

Mr. and Mrs L. V. Moore motored t.. Gainesville Tuesday and Judge J. M. Peeler and Chan. B. May delivery. The Uagmill Poultry!/

spent the dav. 1I 1 1F. Peeler, prominent members of tho Farm :Midway Flu :3-20-21

!Mrs. J. II. Ritch, Mrs. Herbert C. I I legal fraternity of Jacksonville, were SEED PEANUTSN. :
Ritch and Hamilton Ritch motored to F. Stump left Monday for New'callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. eW f''

Jacksonville Saturday and spent the York City where he will purchase i J. W. Morgan Sunday afternoon. The C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea-

day. good for Easter sales in his stores 1 Messrs. Peeler! were enroute homo nuts $1.00 per bushel (Four cents

in Starke und other parts of the state i from a meeting of the Dar AsuoHu- per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla.

If you need a dress or a hat I tion in Gainesville. II. T. HALL COMPANY.

try Sternberg's. Butter, ">.">c a pound. Manning -- 1-U-tf.! Lowell, Fla. i4)L-)

Thos. H. Harris, of Ocala stopped w

Gardiner Piper, Jnnmie Vaughn Dr W. Middleton; who has been over, in Stnrke Wednesday while en- Have You Bid Back?
and Gary Ennis visited the latter's in Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville ,i route to Washington where h<- will a : :

aunt, Mrs Morgan Sunday afternoon. for the past several days, has n'turned I t take up hi< duties us strri'tnrv t- I

home greatly improved but is not Hon I H. \ 21 pounds. Bright Light Self Rising jet able to take up his practice. I'this district. Then the \dvice of this ..j-l.u: IU.I-
The who have for check
dent Will Inter ,ht m. only persons no use a accountin
Flour, $1.30 J. C. Manning ,
Mitchell's Drug Store is putting on -- a bank are those who never handle any money and
Order EGG Does buck ache night nnd days
!Mr. of Philadelphia, of their celebrated CASES your have bills to
J. W. Shaw, another one-cent Hindi o, rtj! ; destroy you r'ut7 never any pay.
Penn., is the new manager and meat sales Thursday, Friday and Saturdayof
cutter nt Peoples' Grocer. next week. Look over their adv. express, When you stoop, lift or bcnil.t No matter if your bills are small...they are better
on page two of this Issue. Mizell Produce Co. Live Then likely your kidneys o."' weak. I
paid by check. The United States Government draws I
L. M. Reynolds who has been here More trouble may soon appear.

assisting L. Wyman in the forestry Wo take this medium to announce Oak, Florida Ifeadat'hes clizsinei, n..rv..u.n"s16. ; I checks for as little as one cent. And think of the convenience
Or acid stnd its H....
uric
I work, has gone to Fayetteville, N. C. I I to both our old and new customers. --- Help your wtukuntd! k.dr.cys with and the safety t!

'that we again are handling all kinds 'N':It It lOt x II rt a s't(.}t xJeIpQexeglepxic/ / stimulant diuretic. ,

If you need a good pair of Western and Florida stall fed meats. COFFINS & CASKETS Use Donn'n Pills I
I hose try Sternberg's.Ben Our meats are fresh and good and a Read thin bturkf testimony.
better meat cutter can't be found. It .\nd a Full Line of I Mrs. Silas Kite, Cherry St., ajril Start An Account With Us
1
down without
"I couldn't get up or
! Witkovski, of Jacksonville, has Peoples' Grocer. Undtrlaktrt' Supfilitt help because of the misery through I
been here this week visiting his sister j( my back. I certainly was in a bad l
I
Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Mrs.' Julia S. Kimball has returned ,TOMOIUI.R: HEAKSE: condition. My kidneys acted too fr..

I! to her home Washington after :; Always on hand. The hewt, "Hervice "- I ly and I suffered. In' m terrible palm
Mrs.\ W. E. :Middleton and children spending some time with her brothers i at the lowest price Special in my head. l">an I'M from wonderful Mated.ell's '* BANK OF STARKE I

Gerald and Hazel, spent the week 1 I.. V. and D. W. Moore, and SMiter attention to telegraph or I I relief.Drug" Store, gave me

, end in Jacksonville with relatives. ,I Mrs R. R. Prevatt. ders. Registered Embalmer. I I Price 60c. at all deAler. Don't The Bank Helpful ServiceWE

I simply auk for a kidney remjdy -gftt, t
Special reduction on all new| ;Mr and Mr- J. F. Colley and little DeWITT C-: I Doan S 1'111tho ame that Mrs. !
JONES I PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGSFRIDAY.
.
I : Co
and up to date Easter shoes: at; Katie, 1'1.,,' :y went to Jacksonville 5 Kite had. i---ur-Mil'-urn Mfrt,

reduced to $10.:>0 Special for| Sunday af'crmon.fiimeiville making the." trip STARKE FLA I I Buffalo;...Y. .. ... .. .. ', ,
Stump's Saturday. 1In I! the hvM; -< BJCEDOCJ: uX t x r XJODt)1 '"





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PACK SIX

-- .. .- BRADFORE COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 27 1925.
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[TO THE WATERMELON ] a. a -
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a a a a.
I GROWERS OF FLORIDA of Agriculture, University of Flor- being cut, attention should be givento
I EXTRACTS FROM ida.i growing second growth forests of
.
FARMERS and FARMINGFARMERS It will be recalled that last year HOME DEMONSTRATION Its range is limited to five Southeastern quick growing trees. These! two na-

the Georgia State Veterinarian at AGENTS' REPORTS states, Florida being the only tive pines adapted to our soil and

At lanta, Liu., upon authority of a law / a. one in which it grows throughout the climate are well suited to such pur-

-- -- enacted by the Georgia Legislature Orange-A junior club with 11 enthusiastic whole state. It thrives best on flat- pose.

AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE quarantined out of the State of Georgia members has just been organized woods land and is therefore of im-

ARTICLES OK FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO /' the shipment of cars of watermelons at Union Park. portance on second-growth or cut- Madison Baptist congregation

BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY from tick infested territory over areas. It is establishing itself erecting Sunday school building

bedded in pine straw and other ma- DeSoto-All girls' clubs are study- naturally on much of our flatwoods Colds Cause
I aerials exposed to cattle tick Infesta- ing better health, fine work has already where forest fires and the piney woods Grip and Influenza

I tion. This quarantine will be enforced been done in home improvement hogs have given it a chance. Ownersof LAXATIVE! BROMO QUININE!: Tablet remove.
PRESERVE EGGS;, ( CULTIVA'IION OF BULDSI i the There
cause. U only one Broroo QuiutatC.
LANSDEN SAYSEvory FLORIDA ADVISED ) this season by the Georgia authori and all clubs are studying com cut-over forest lands, or land soon W. GROVE'S no box 30c
ties.I binations of foods. Each girl takes to be cut, may well look to favorable signature -

spring enormous quantities Federal Government; Expert Delivers I I In this connection I quote you here- pride in making menus for the three conditions for the re-seeding to this

of eggs are put into clod storage. The ,\ddrl'HII'\t Sanford on Its I[ with copy of General Letter of Inter- different meals. species. A few seed trees well located

reason for this j is Unit egg production 1'onsibilitles. pretation and Instruction relative to will scatter seeds for considerable 666Ie
is heavy during the spring months the use of pine straw and other ma- Holmes-It is almost possible to distances.

and prices are ut their lowest points Sunford, March 10.-Keen interestin torials as bedding or packing material point out the home in which home On high sandy ridges where the !

until the Hi-uson of scarcity and high the subject of bulb growing in this I in watermelon or other shipments I improvement work is being studied, slash will not grow the loblolly or Colds, Grippe a proscription, Dengue.fur Headaches

priced in winter and full months. They section wall manifested by more than from the tick infested and quarantine. for many improvements have alreidy old fold' pine does well. Constipation, Biliousness.It .
.
tire then sold ut tho price of fresh I fifty people who heard. talk by Dr. 1 area, issued by Dr. Peter F. Bahn- been made. As! the original forests are rapidly I la (ha moat IpHd7 remedy w. kaair,

"UK" The cold storage peoplu double I I David Griffiths, government expert,,, ''sen, State Veterinarian of Georgia: .1 Sumter Club
girls are anxious' to ,
their money in this wuy. If it werenot at the courthouse Monday night. Dr. I "To prevent the reinfestation of get their hats finished for Easter.

1 possible there would be no incen-I I Griltlths was urged to come to Sanford her tick free area through shipmentsor Many of the first year girls are mak- "COl'LD BETTER fERTIlIZER BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE IT"
live to engage in the cold by B. F. Whitner, Jr., count or movements of pine straw and other
business. I I, agent. I materials, the General ing hats as extra work. Get Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON: PURE( and GEIDRANDS"noV \[
Assembly
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This same profit can be realized: by !j After introductory remarks by Mr. I passed Act in 1024, prohibiting movcI I l'inollas-Ser\tlces of the largest I Not the Cheapest,ready.but the QUALITY BEST for results.first. Fair Also Prices-Prompt Insecticides Shipment.

the housewife. Eggs can bu Whitner and T. A. Brown, county I I' meat or shipments of pine straw or bus in the county have been donatedto Dusters and Dusts.E. Sprayers,

fully !preserved ut this time success-I['ngent for Volusla county, E. T. other materials exposed to tick Infestation take club girls to the Short Course I

vy, use In fall and winter when eggs are Barnes, who IM an experimenter work- originating in the tick infested I in Tallahassee in June. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla

scarce and prices good. If it is good I ing with Dr. Griffiths, spoke bretfly or quaranted area of any other I !
business for the cold storage of the object of the meeting and the I state into, within or through the I Ok 11 join-The children are much interested -

fAIr why is it not good business opera-I I possibility of success in this sectionin State of Georgia. in an exhibit showing three
thu of | "Yielding to I white rats fed on the usual Florida
housewife ? growing bulbs for cammer-I numerous requests for

Most\ housewives fruit and vial) purposes! following which a two- an official interpretation of what constitutes > diet of grits, white bread, sweet po- j lOur Crss.\ PuzzleYou
can '1' tatoos molasses fat
pork and col- (
hour talk was given by Dr. Griffiths.! 'other materials' in the Act i
vegetables, even moat, and make lards. The
preserves referred least one has been fed no
Millions of flowering bulbs Dr. to, will say that it includes
jellies, jam, etc., because these milk, the next has
all one hud some milk,
Griffiths said into this hay, straw, bagasse
are imported ,, or similar man I
products do.not
in winter-
grow while the third has had
all the
country most of them from points i ,: terlal grown in the tick infested and milk
while plentiful and cheap they pre i quarantined it could drink and is three times as | will get many laughs in worksee that Mr. Cole's
for Europe, although some come from ,, area. I keys are facts', or
serve when such use during cold, wintry days China and Japan. On account of recently I i I I "The following materials, properly large as the smallest one. The children ing out this cross-word] puzzle as ai- m-neral information you should have
products are not obtainable all
said would drink!
they milk.
.
except from the groceryman at : discovered insect pests and handled so as to avoid cattle tick infestation ranged, by Bruce Cole., ;Not; that the recognized imn )W all means
plant diseases found these imported I are acceptable to '''l'nrlll little time on this puzzle,
high cost. They have learned that among I Georgia Polk-A total of 540 children are words are so funny-but in the defi- un-
this Is a logical and thrifty thing to bulbs, an embargo on them has, |' when used for bedding or packing in enrolled in sewing, bread making, til, you set it KoinKthen we arenitionsbecause
do. been voted and will go into effect; I I i I shipments from tick infested and poultry and garden work in this once you have the sure YOU will not stop until it i is fin-

January 1, 1020. This will afford opportunity quarantined areas. county, aside from the thousands on correct solution before you, you will ished.
Remember that
eggs as well as for American growers to, I "I. Native excelsior or other newmill the nutrition lists.
fruit have their season of greatest get into the field, he pointed out. products. z d t s

plenty. Spring is the natural produc The family name of the bulbs which I "2. Hay, straw, begusse and simi- I Luke-At one meeting this week, o ''i jai
( tion season for the hen as it la the will cease to be imported is AmarylUs lar materials grown and baled out- I the extension poultry specialist was

case of fruit. It Is just as foresightedand and this name covers many ||, side of the tick infested or quaran scheduled to give a talk. However, he

thrifty to preserve eggs as it is branches,, chief among which is the tined area and shipped therefrom In had to leave before the program za uu

to can fruit. narcissus.. Under the head, of narcissus ,cleaned, and ilisinfi-rt.pd rnr>. Such'; started, and so the meeting/ was madea
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c It is very necessary thAt eggs to comes the daffodil and jonquil, 'materials must be handled at all poultry meeting just the same by I

be preserved be fresh when put into and it is the growing of these bulbs )points in the infested and quaran 1 tuning the radio onto a poultry lec So s,

the solution. The mere act of preserving and ethers akin to them that Dr. tined area so as not to become infested ture. u tr N yi
does not improve the quality. Griffiths spoke. The so-called Chinese with ticks. I

Hotter eggs cannot bo taken out of ( sacred lily is another branch of this I j, "When hay, straw or bagasse are I Nassau "I'm sure my husband, a

s the solution than were put in. Infertile same family, and many of the latter used, owner or shipper must affidavit: will be willing to do without supper a
"
eggs keep butter than fertile are sold In America yearly, some being i: that the materials used did not originute I if I can only learn to make a hat, was I rMy
eggs.(, [' in the the comment of one club woman present u
/grown in this state, the plantings tick infested and quaran
ty The best method for preserving i of T. K. Goby at Gainesville being tined area and that it has been so at a hat making demonstration so s,

oggs-after thorough testing of various counted successful, Dr. Griffiths Maid. handledsince shipped into the tick infested 1I meet g that threatened to last into s s+ sss

methods has been found by the j Several ways of accomplishing the and quarantined area, as to the early evening..

' use of water glass. (Procure of your I same thing were mentioned, by Dr. 'prevent infestation with the cattle SI liKCIDKS, ) : TO RAISE HOGS s r s siey

druggist.) 1 Grlfnths, and while hu stressed the ],I fever tick. AND GROW FEED J !FOR'l'liEylBy : 03

To nine parts of water use one (I i lack of really accurate knowledge I i, "This affidavit should accompany I c

t quart of the water glass First boil about many points in the culture of i the way bill."Shipments. I ( Spuds Johnson) |

the water, add the water glass thor bulbs. he told of instances in which I packed in hay, straw I Si Smith had another one of his
oughly agitating, the solution has | or bagasse not i loud ideas in his head the other
put success come apparently from a accompanied by own- !1 night HORIZONTAL: c. A regular attendant at all picnics.
into a crock or glass of 'ers or shippers when he dropped in for little chat
jar. Gather system culture which he defined ns affidavit as hereinbefore a 7. Abbreviation for what
by
eggs twice daily to insure. them "let nlone" method. lie ulso indicated provided may when shipped in (i I It "Spuds," he said, "you seem to be 1. Andy Gump was one before he the front of the house-not goes' the
entered
fresh, place them into tho solution that tho treatment and handling of t or through Georgia-be detained until planning to raise a good many young college.
as gathered until within the jar sonic onions as practiced here In i; the source of the packing materialcan pigs this spring. How about buying 6. What they used to lash sailors to cop.
8. What do with in
a strap
during storm. you a
about three inches of the top. See; I America appeared well suited to most ; be ascertained." my three sows that will farrow in a a
that at least two inches of solution amaryllis bulbs. |II DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT, I day or two and raise more than you \0. Simplified spelling/ for the god street car-If you're lucky enoughto

appears over top of eggs. Place a I The cost for stock with which to Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. already. plan ? I have about decided of the Mohammedans. get one.
11. What have in the back of 10. Something a grand opera star
cheese cloth or paper covering over plant an acre of these bulbs, the sizes I. ------.1 I that hogs don't pay and I want to you sings.
the Jar to keep out to get out of the business. your coat.
trash. Place the plant and how to plant them weretouched .
jar in the coolest EXTRACTS FROM COUNTYAGENTS' Now, with a little changing of 13. What the t. b. m. said when the 11. A girl's name-not Cinderella.
place in the house. on by the ijrieaker, who also |
12. What
curtain went at the Follies. most towns put up when
If no cellar a north side room will described the typo of soil and the REPORTS .1 plans, I could have used those three up
answer. methods of culture. Any /good fertilizer . . sows of Si's to advantage, but I did 15. What every agriculturist has- the boys. come home-not thedrinks !

The jar should be inspected occasionally well adapted to potatoes should Seminole-A poultry club was not want to see Si get out of the hog not a Ford.

and if the solution Is found be good for bulbs of this kind, he dc- j I started at Osceola last week with I business right at this time. 17. Brassieres for men. I 14. What the cop dared the burglarto

to be evaporating add more water, dared, and the soil best suited appears I I boys and girls very much interested. "Si," I replied, "you get into the 18. Conjunction signifying a choice. do.
after first i The hog business at the time andi 19. What you can go over in a barrelif 16. What the English gentry try to
boiling it but no moro wa- to be low, moist, fertile sandy poultry association also held an' wrong I
ter glass. loam. Plenty of fertilizer was declared I,I interesting meeting when it was given i| get out at the wrong time. Hogs are you want to. keep up.
The object for scarce, and are going to 23. Noah had one, but it was spelled 17. What you see on the tops of pub
boiling the water is necessary, but it is of more value a splendid talk by the extension > bring a good
to kill all bacteria and render it perfectly when free from rawness. poultry specialist. I I price next September, or else I miss differently lic buildings-not flags.

pure. When questioned in regard to tulips -" 'I my guess. If you will raise your own 21. The way you feel when your 18. The kind of an examination that's

Eggs have been preserved by this Dr. Grilliths stated he did not Hillsborough Total strawberry feed and keep down the coat of bring- mother-in-law can't come to visit usually nicer than a written one.

method for 12 months. For detailed consider them easy to grow here, and shipments for the season are near the ''I Ing the shoats to market size, you you. one.

Instructions! see your home demon- as to hyacinths, ho also advised I'13,000,000-quart mark, with 101,609 should make good money off of those 26. Yes, we have no B in our banana 20. A kind of rubber.

stration agent or write to Agricul- against planting. Attempt to grow quarts shipped in three days recently. pigs. I would advise you to keep your today. 22. Grandpa courted one.

tural College, Gainesville, Fin. only one kind at a time also was ad- I Prices are still good. three brood sows, and raise the pigs 27. Congressmen and politicans havea 23. What France was to us curing

H. H. LANSDEN vlsej by tho speaker, especially if LibertyConsiderable;;;; :; yourself. plentiful supply of it. the war.
Duval County Poultry Specialist. thero 1 bo any similarity i of the kinds. I been planted this week corn has "You can plant peanuts and corn 28. Plenty of politicans find them- 25. Neglect of an obli! atton.
-_ -- ----- weather is but dry or soybeans, or corn alone in that selves up one since election. 27. The hot air from the recent polit-
ri.\.VI ONLY I FLOUIIlA-filtOWN GUOW MOKK WINTER KEEP: FOR f i against/ it. four-acre field just east of the road 30. Principal- character in the fake ical speeches would have filled

HEED CORN OK GOOD; JUALII'Y! l'OWSS U <:E 1' MOKE! PROFIT |I Okaloosa-Fa--;; ;; are busy planting and next fall turn the hogs! in and let about the Swede. 0783 of 'em.

Florida farmers who have not yet Florida dairymen should increase corn. Good seed corn was delivered them harvest the crop for you. This 31. He received the suitcase full of 29. A magazine for musicians-not
to 20 club will save you the trouble of harvestIng money. Snappy Stories.
boys this
week.
planted their corn should be sure that the profit on milk during the winter .
i
it, and at the same time will 32. Later than now. 31. What
tho pro- a butterfly does in the park.
coed they use is from Florida- of 1025 by at least 10 cents I
a gallon. Duvul-The Duval vide cheap feed for 34. 33.
County Poultry the hogs. Complete description of most The hen cackles about it.
'
grown corn, forage The man who works from 12 to 18'
say corn specialists and Egg Producers
Association was "Then you can plant some more high school girls. 35. Carters make 'em-but not the
of the hours f
Florida week
Agricultural Ex- a day, seven days a 365 formed
periment Station. j' at a meeting at the courthouse corn anti some more peanuts, or some 30. It was all gone the first of Sep- liver pills.
Middle Western days a year, is entitled to better
pay recently which was attended rape, or soybeans in the other 38. Mah's
and by fields tember (abbr.) last name.
Northern his
for labor
be all corn may or may not and investment. The I jSS poultry and egg producers. The I to let the hogs harvest or to harvest 37. Nothing fills this 39. What the office boy seldom does
space.
right for Florida conditions, one way to !get this extra and
pay object of the
association is to buy yourself and feed to the hogs. But if 38. The that to his salary.
but the still guy "See in
chances are that it is not as retain the friendship of the con- feed. in says you
carlots cooperatively. and tocooperate I were you I would by all 30 40. How of
means keep kind in
well days. many a a pinochle
adapted to this climate as seed L sumUK! public i is to lower the cost of '
for
the !those .
betterment of the s"w." and raise the pigs And I 40. To praise deck ?
grown here in the state and those producing milk 10 cents gallon highly.
a
according -I
industry. A
planting this Western need to Hamlin L. Brown, extension breeding station will he would not fail to grow enough feed to 42. What you And in your sock- 41. What the stunt flier loops.
are 'established
apt
to find their and egg shows will be Lung the pigs to a weight of from not Christmas presents. 42. What grandpa can't do.
yields decreased. dairy specialist for the University
held ns a means of advertising Duval li'O to. 200 pounds during September 43. What Mrs. 44. What the chorus draws
Much of this Western-grown seed of Florida. Baba culled Mr.\ Baba girl most
County fresh infertile eggs. in a rr aonahle cost. Unless I when the I of her for.
am 40 salary
has been thieves were asleep.
noticed in some seed houses Sixty per cent of the cost of producing ',
I Baker badly mistaken, you will find that 45. When you don't hope to die. 40. It's usually shady.
recently. Florida-grown seed is avail milk in Florida goes for feeds. -Calls for treating hogs the ,
able however During the against cholera money you get from this source 47. What a shiek lives in. 47. What pa docs when ma yells at
,
and should be usotwherever d )past winter dairymen of I II are coming In rapid wi'l'' be a great. help to him.
possible, say these special I Florida have sent several million ,ly.i People seem anxious to have their fiom the other your income" 48. Inventor of a shorthand system.
ists. However, care should be taken dollars to other states for feeds that hogs treated this year to prevent a Si i studied the crops on the place. 50. Twelve hours before midnight. 48. It's a gift.

to plan only seed of good quality should have been grown here. II repetition/ of last year's cholera epi- minute, and for proposition in for a 52. A third of Kipling's definitions 40. Everyone horse has one.
once his life 51. An
even if it is !grown in this state. With n view to determining the demic. didn'tseem of a "lady fair." inert gaseous element found
I c
to get with for in the
angry me giving atmosphere
-- feed 53. -not hot air.
-- costs of producing 100 Cleopatra's second hand-maiden's
Old Colored Mammy: "he wants a of milk careful survey was)pounds conducted I Brevurd-Growers lire making determined do him some advice." "I believe I will apron was made of It 53. What fish do when they're out of
ticket fo Florence." efforts that Spuds, he amid.CUT.On water. -
in the State of Washington by to control the spread 55. lie made the raven famous-not
Ticket Agent! (after ten minutes o f the Dairy Bureau of the United | of the citrus aphis. There i.s a heavy LANDS? SHOl'LP BE connected with Red Raven Splits,' 5J. Ku Kluckers can eat it on Friday.

weary thumbing over railroad I States Department) of Agriculture at I bloom of citrus and indications are RE-SEEPEP: TO SLASH PINES -adv. i 57.i Most rowboats have one or more.
guides) : "Whl>r" is. Florence ?" Washington, P. C. The survey In- that. heavy crop will be set this sea- SO. If you didn't get 18 horizontal it's .50. How the 18th amendment was

Old Colored M.immy : 'Sittm'' OUT tided 17 herds with an average of son. | The slash pine, often called Cuban no use to tell you this one, for i supposed to make this country.
Jar on de bench." pine, is one of the 61. An abbreviation for
:31 cows oath. The 537 cows had an 'I Hamilton most valuable they're identical. a state named
average annual production of 7,36f doing Tobacco plantbed are j trees in Florida. It is so nearly like 87. Idiots. I i after a French king-not Minnie-
nicely and
FOR pounds of 3.74 many growers are-, the longleaf pine that cloNe observation 58. The soh-tah.
OVER per cent milk, each. I beginning/ to way you wear that blue neck-
set plants. 6
The winter farts requirement fOTpr'hhll'inll I ia required to detect the difference tie. I 3. Initials of a Progressive! -not La-

100 pounds: of milk in that Fecambia-Enrolled 18 new mem The bark is somewhat smoother CO. What Firpo tried to give Demp- j Follette.

ZOQ YEARS .state were found to be as follows: bore in a citrus club this week. reddish-brown in color, the leavesare sey. l,

Gram feed or concentrates, 29.4 sometimes/ in clusters of twos, 61. What the Mohicians stole :from SCRAP f 5 PS
pounds dry Winter Park-Work started on new usually in threes, an inch two the shoemaker.
: roughage, 92.!) pounds or
haarlem oil ; I ECLAT 5 S P O O LL
has been a worldwide succulent roughage/ 113.3 pounds. office building/ on Park avenue. ( shorter than those of the longleafand 62. One of what the Jack of Hearts

remedy for kidney, liver and'bladder The Washington dairyman made I i ter pasture" "--1 and** M [' the cores average about two Inches stole from the Queen. I R A rt y A L L Y

disorders, rheumatism, pound of grain ration produce 3.I'' i milk the coming increase winter. the profit on' shorter and less in diameter. 64. A kind of fish which the peopleof DOME 5T 1 CAT ONE

lumbago and uric acid conditions. pounds of milk; the average Florida | Dairymen who own silos In 'I The cones' are reddish-brown and have Los Angeles won't eat on July I N C EFtED NCR
various
dairyman makes 1 ; a diameter of II to 10 inches and a 3rd.
pound of grain ]parts of Florida have demonstrated 5PA H ADD N
D'ME.DA'' ration produce 1.6 pounds of milk I their value in a varnished appearance. 65. Sidon's sllltCT city.VERTICAL. LEANS SMEAR
providing
a cheap, succulent Slash
O
during the winter pine grows rapidly reaching I
G season, because he feed.
..
Cowpeas, beggarweed. height of 40 to 50 2. N END G AND 1 1M
HAARLIM!: OIL. is not providing the dry and succulent soybeans and kudzu feet in 15 years. Egyptian sun god.
I II"IJI.I... WI roughage/ at home but Is paying dry roughage. make valuable Its wood is the heaviest, strongest 3. A splrte-not the kind the soap APRON URE

$3 a hundred for a grain roughage In I and hardest of all pines of the United is named for. OLLECTION
some of
correct Internal troubles,stimulate i vital to take its place. grass and the parts canes the state Para i States, and it is the best turpentine 4. What yon lay out and seldom fol PALL ET DA E5NAG5

organs. Three tins. All tlruns+sts. Insist Now i Is. the time to prepare for the tho winter grow throughout :' producer surpassing the longleaf, its low. | D
on the original genuine Qoi needed season, supplying a' nearest' rival, according to W. 5. Land MERI1S
u MKDAI silage hay, root crops or win- valuable L. formation/ found In the !
roughage feed. N A
I L ERA
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THE MANUFACTURING OPPORTUNITIES KLOIitOA PRESS :\11-:1 I BEACH FIRE REFUGES i I., .,,ol 1 defendant.Il .
I State Politic \\ ill Keceive )Discussion I ,in fiittlu'r, ordend thnt thl. ordi"r b* pubUnhid -
'Ille. onee n wet'k for eight
in Galne \ eonaecutlv* weeks
In .the llradfoi I County Telogrnph, .
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nvwepap.
OF FLORIDAEvery
I SPEND DAY IN pulu.he.I In County and State'
;: u'li"ol
t \'IlIe.-St8te politics as seen fine Kl.raary ,! : .

li.\ one of the leading editorial writers 0. W. ELDBRMAN.
ofth,. South from Clerk Clrc"ll C"ul.
part ENORMOUS LOSS I'D FLORIDA of the state will be talked during! Wild Humors of Looting Prove Unfounded HIE: CKKU'ESr; TIIlSGTIll' U. A. Kniyht' I.
Maryland to Texas, with the exception : Deputy CI.k.
the meeting here at the University of !
-Rebuilding of Breakers D. E. KNIGHT
Florida has boon,
of known as Warning after has been the Press Association greatest sin four.Tho .
winning Florida of State Solicitor for Complainant 8- -Ot-5-l f

furnishing: unsurpassed opportunitiesfor given III the matter of the enormous !March 26-2S. E. D. Lambright,, Reported Planned. best day-today. ORDER

manufacturing. Florida, on the economic loss that Florida is inviting associate editor of the Tampa Tribune Palm Bench March The biggest fool-the boy FOR PUBLICATION t
ID. Siuoko
contrary, has somehow come to be regarded through failure adequately to will discuss this subject in con- who will not go to school In Circuit Court. Eighth' Judicial' CircuIt
still rising tonight from the ruins Bradford
was County, state of Florida.
wholly as a state of oranges, protect its forests and in institutions The greatest dec<,i\'er--Hle In Chan.Kmma -
failing to nection with its relation to state of both the Breakers and the Palm .17.
,
grapefruit arid early vegetables, and reforest areas that have been denuded of higher learning at a I ceives himself. Thomae. Joined by H. J. Thomu her
Beach hotels which burned to the huebnnd, Complainant
of a superb climate. Few people seem of trees, as well as failure to put special session of the editors on Fri- Tho most beautiful woman- \'II.
here last Thous.
to have appreciated the fact that idle land into forests ground early night. : you love. Martin Ocrmrk, Defendant!
of auditorium
by in the
planting day night new $250,000 -
ands poured into l'alODeach today nplwnrlng I by ,affldat It npnendid to the
also industrial I bllll'
has
Florida -
possibilities. trees and properly curing for them. of the state's university, it is from distance of hundred! miles The greatest mistake- filed In tIn nboto-Mntod 1 cauno that Mar
Writing on this point to the a up tin Oermek, the defendant .
The therein
Unless this work taken most expensive named la a
is announced the executive committee
more
by .
Manufacturers Record L. L. Richardson -, up and down the East Coast, but there" hate. r.un-realdcnl. of the Sliile. of Florid, and la a
actively and more practically than at of the association.Mr. reeldent or Slnto of Ohio HO Center 81.reel of
little the half
dozen,
a Massachuesetts manufacturerfor Florida was to see save Tho cheapest, stupidest and 'the city ..Youngntown and la over the sea
present, stands to lose millions : Lambright will be the only columns representing what but of twenty.nne )'.." It la therefore ordered
yesterday
thirty years, says: |1 of dollars, billions, in the aggregate speaker during the Friday night ses was on" of the most famous' est thing to do-finding fault. 'hnt mild non-rmldent defendant be and li

"What is still a rather unknown it is entirely safe to say. aba A short musical program Is be- ocean.vlew hotels of America. The greatest trouble maker hrrrby filed PO'Q"I..I' In' Mid to appear cause on lo th or. before bill of Mon comPlaint -

quantity in the North is the ideal con- Another such warning was sounded ing arranged to supplement his ad- Ing too much. day, the fllh day of April I"II1.'II I) IR85, othernl.e -

ditions for manufacturing in Florida.I by O. II. L. Wrenicke, president dress. Streams of "fire refugees manyof Tho worst bankruptthe the ,te confiemed th,, allegnllimii, by laid of defendant.> ." *;'& b* taken;

have been a manufacturer in Mas- of the Pensacola Tar and Turpentine This meeting of the state press is whom were notables in the social I has lost its enthusiasm. It la further onlered. Hint thin order be pub.

sachusetts for the past 30 years but Company, who was in Jacksonville the forty-second annual gathering and bu"lness01"1.1, trampr'l' throrjrh I The cleverest man-ono ,m llnhejl",,.once Bradford'a week County for four.legraph.conaeeuUv weak_
a "*
have been in Florida now for the past on his way to the Savannah conference and will be the second time the organization the railroad sheds at the Royal 1'otn- ways does what ho thinks is paner' 'puldlihid 1: 1 In nld County and Slat.
cinna station such of their rhle February 2Hlh, I02.
eix' winters, and 1 believe the successof of naval stores operators. While has met at Gainesville claiming I The best teacher-ono who O. W. ALDERMAN.

many manufacturing plants ia as ;,'here, Mr.Vrenicke declared that and the first time on the campus of goods as had been salvaged from tho 'you ,,nnt to learn. Clerk Circuit Court.

easy to secure here as in the North. I I i "the end of the naval stuns trade, the University of Florida. This in the Breaker disaster. Their rich coats The best part of anyone's By C. A.Deputy KNIOHTK (,I.k.

inducing people of the Northto as a major in the South is first swung In the breeze from wall nails I 11. KNIOHT.
"By industry time In the history of the state I gentleness and cheerfulness. Solicitor
land for i\"ni.lninatMASTERS'
come to Florida and by showing imminent, with the old stand of longleaf I that the state's university has had I glistening trunks plluj high. The meanest feeling- ] ,1.l-5t-4-t(

them what and how to manufacture, and slash pine from which the anything to do with the arranging of | National Guardsmen summoned in The most important SALE

the Manufacturers Record can build raw product is obtained about to be I the program. The committee has the emergency by Captain W. II. I.training In d mocrRC". -. --

Florida and the Southern states to an''| exhausted and no adequate second worked in conjunction with the university -I VonBehren were dismissed from Tho greatest need-common Nolle h hen'by> given that umtur and by

unbelievable size." crop in sight." authorities. duty early this morning, and with J Tho best gift virtu, of that certain final ili-eree of forecloeure -
I the made and rendi red I on th lath, day of
42 this has been I The words words This coming of daylight Palm Beach ; Frank Feb 1 II : :: .I
For years paper quoted are in the institution is bringing two i Crane. 11)211 I by lion Ames Lewis Judgeof

seeking to turn the attention of the summarized report of what Mr. speakers of national prominence to golf links and tennis grounds became I Inatiad the. 14th of Judicial, Circuit acting fur and
Judge A. V.
Long Judge of th.
people of the North and West to the ,' Wernicke said, as reported in the attend and help out the meeting. filled with players.A I Secretary of Labor Davis Rlghth: Judlolal Clreult of Florida. In and for

South and to the limitless opportunities Times-Union. This is no sensational Dean Walter Williams, of the School summary of the loss at the that our country is coming certain Bradford' County, Florida.. mliaqa uSed. In that

of that entire section. Only occasionally -, scare; it is needed warning. Simultaneously of Journalism, University of Missouri, Breakers, as given by It. E. Iteml.s, the Co-operative Ideal. Ho said Hunk of cauiie Vlimililn wherein, n ...."Th....U.. ."Federal. l I. complainant Land.

however, has it stressed there comes from Washington and Frank II. Jeter, special writer general manager for the East Coast I men who manage industry hits and W. B. McKlnney. Ituby McKlnney
wife
the importance of Florida's potentialities -I a bulletin, issued by the for the North Carolina State College Hotel Company here, declared that men whose labor make Aadwlatlon.The: a Lawtey conmratlon Nallonnl, J. M.Farm'Iruby,Loan and .'

for manufacturing, for Flor- American Tree Association, announc- of Agriculture. Governor Martin has the company's loss there! was one sible are realizing that their Cltliene Hank of Knlfiml. a corporation, ar

ida people themselves have been rather ing that "first'forest fire reports to accepted an invitation to attend the million dollars. The 190! guests lost j| lie along the same linen. Jo ale defendanta and will the aell under to. tho ilgnvd hlghrat will bidder ul'er for for

loath to believe in its advantagesfor come in from the states show tremendous meeting and deliver nn address at perhaps one half as much in personal I is gradually convincing both rash In front of the Court Home door In J
effects. The! loss at tho Palm Beach ] that reason is superior to brute Xtnrltv. Bradford County.' .Florldn on Mondny .
manufacturing; indeed, we have I' losses for the year 1921, these 2 o'clock on Friday afternoon. I the Ath. tiny of April A. I). ''UJO.) during th*
constantly heard from Florida.! peo-j first reports being from California Hotel was $250,000, anil surrounding in industrial disputes" legal houra of male for the: puriHiae of eatlafylng '
1 C DIDAIE TOK TII E \'ACANCY; : shops lost one half as much, the to- mild final di. srie. tho following I deiicrlbed t
pie that its future depended solely and Alabama. To the immense losses 1 i real ..t",'. lying nnd being I In Bradford
tal lire loss approximating '.' Piles Cured In 6 to 14 ) .
I som mty Florldn. to-wltl,
the tourist business agricultureand sustained in the latter state, through
upon II forest fires in the This one dates back to the days less than $ ,OOOOO.( ( I DrumiUlii refund I.mniu>r.I If PA/O: : OlNIM I :: Tho North half of the South weat nunrler.'
climate. past year, the lo liihiim, Illn I :
I \vhen we were going to war with Elmer Schultz Palm Bench fire i urn illnii nr ) $ lying Soulli of Wntemak Urinal, and tha I
of the ofllcials have Times-Union already has made reference I don't know where has 111. Inntrtittly reliwrs Itrltlnit: Plli'fl.;!: ;::, .SotitheiiHt .iunttir of the 5i, ''hwo.t quarter of
Most railroad I showing that 7101,520 acres of Germany. it chief and! electrical inspector, today i| can Ufl rrnl'uUWp' after Hril .., ," ,....11.." J-. Townidup,. 0, South of Hang 11
taken this same view, but here is a been wandering in the meantime be- declared that the tire started in nn attic : "r:">.1.1...> the Noithrnnt quarter of th.
Massachusetts manufacturer, now timber lands were burned over in cause I heard it only the other day. I habitual Con itiiiiilfon ur" Northwem. qunrli of Sivllon :.14' Town.hlp
the
at Breakers
room and
was !j n. .South: of Itniige 21 Knat,
102-1 with financial lo III 14 lo 21 l.isL1tXF'S containing In all\
's aggregating
familiar with Florida who The draft board in session in ,.,. .....
thoroughly was caused, cither! by faulty wiring by I IJO more or 1 lose
or Will! PKPMV; : I In .
a si>
$7,421,008, officially reported. This
thinks the advantages for manufacturing Lebanon, Tenn. A large colored man carelessness A. r., ADKINS.1 .
? by the of that '
occupant preimml8yruiToiiii-l.ax.ilivufor| I .., t
notwithstanding the practical work 8" '" """
in Florida are fully as greatas came up as an unvilling candidate for room in the use of an electrical nppli- !; Constipation. It relieves '") ) /:. M JOHNS. !
indeed he Alabama is doing through its forestry registration. He claimed ,11.11", for Complainant. 2-37-Ot-4-S
in any other section- exemption."I ance. should be taken regularly! for 14 In

claims that the conditions in that department, for forest protection.The jest natchelly can't go over yonder Chiof Schultz declared his department I to I Induce regular net ion. It \,
California loss from forest tires, Regulates.! Very Pleasant to ; NO TICK 10 nUIITOK.4 AMI: HKDITOIH. \ I
state are ideal for manufacturing.: It to fight them Germans, boss, he also had searched the ruins of !
take little time to drive this in the past year, is placed at a total stated both per bottle.SEABOARD. ".. .....
may some hotels and found nothing to lead ( .lIt. and all peiiona having elalirm
the of the of $5,000,000, more than 1,000,000acres "Why can't look ..In.1 .the relate of Mary hopkins lute of ,f.
home to people coun- you go-you him
point believe
to that TIMR:
any one had lost ,, ..
being burned over, in spite of I "' County, Horlila. d......... will preent \
try, but it is pre-eminently desirable the strong enough" asked the chairman."Oh their life. Both the Palm Beach Ho-1 their slain duly authenticated to th.ond..I"n..1 !

that Florida itself] should] begin to excellent work that the Pacific I'se plenty strong. But ef you tel and the Breakers managementscompleted ', ( In effect November 10, 102&& executor. and enMiitrU within
coast state is doing in the matter of ne year, or they will be forever burred.
study this phase of its possibilities.It I sends me away they won't be nobodyto chocks of their guests to- ] Southbound- And all persons Indeted. to and Mtata: are

would be an extremely desirable forest protection. look after rhy wife" day and accounted for all of them. No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:10: .. .. to pay their vald 1 dubta. to th. *....u. "
.
"Here] is situation and eoecitnla' forthwith
in two widely
a
thing if the state legislature would Another colored man advanced Scores of sensational rumors that No. S, 11:02: a. m. Thin Mill, Dny of .........rY. A. p. 1)25. '.

pass a bill authorizing the Governorand separated state that points a lessonto with eager step front the group spfang up during yesterday's lire today No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m. JOHN UOI.OW, {
the .
every stjitu in country, says F: e utor.
other state ofllcials to have an industrial Charles Pack the awaiting examination. were dissipated. The Seaboard! No. 7, Limited, 2:10: p. in. KATE LIVINGSTON.
survey of Florida undertakenby Lathrop president "Whut sort of a lookln' lady is yo' Air Line lailwny pnxai-itger' tram Northbound- '(. Kiecutrlxniineit :

some one of a great number of experts commenting of the American the Tree Association, in wife ?" he inquired. leaving here last night at 7:30: o'clock No. 2 reaches Stiirko 4:15: a. -------. -
figures. "Every
on rou I'\III.ICA\ flO"
who have made this line of was hold half hour .
state," he "should! KOUND=" 'EM: UPAn u to accommodatevictims No. 4, 4:20: p. m. '
says pass
cooperative -
work a business for many years. of thc fire delayed in reaching In Circuit. (""'"'. rjlghtn Judicial Cl" uit,
,
legislation that will obtain elderly man of ultra-convivial No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50:/ a. m. .... ..., County. State of Florida In Cnan-
of
Suppose, for instance, some the benefits of the McNary-Clarke habits but withal learned and boom- tho station. This gave rise to a No. 101 Limited, 0:17: p. m. ery
these tlrms was authorized to Investigate report that the train was searched for /Rll>abelh flarrli. Complainant .
Florida from the extreme forestry law. Continuing, Mr. Purck ish was hailed before the bar of Jus- robbers and looters. A Wanneo Branch aII.iga'I ta.ante .

says"There: must be increased for. tice In a country town. considerable No. 101 leaves Starko 7:40: a. Robert Rnrrlc, liefendant
northern limit to the extreme south pillaging of guests' effects occurred It appearing I by affidavit apiiendfld to th*
est tire prevention measures, and we "Ycre charged with bein drunk No. 102 arrives Starko 3:15 :
limit from the Atlantic Ocean to while the fire : filed In the I nlmve-.lnled" 1 came that Jam*
ern must put our millions of acres of and disorderly," snapped the was raging but practically ( Dally t'xcel'tIn''oy::; ) ner.'.. the defindant. therein nameda
the Gulf side and make a report all of the I ,lfl.r'aIoflt of
stolen articles were I the MIni of an>ln
idle land to work growing trees. trate. "Have to T. J. : eI.1t1"p. ;
anything
which would show the exact conditions ye maICI"-// recovered.It rmld-nt ,of I I'hlla.hliihla., I -
Forest (fires are one of the greatest sentence should not be .., nt iII.:1).:I Mam. re Mlriet.: and U over
in every? part of the state for was semi-oHlcially reported today ," nun of' twenty one y'ur' It In therefor;
industrial enemies of tho forest wealth of our "Man's inhumanity to man "' .,....1 that laid ....n..hl.1 defendant b*
and
mini'iul development.We that the
Knst; Const
countr.'. This forest wealth in the counties thousands mourn," began' I Hotel Co,ill- NOTlri"T: I>E irlllis-A rIIEI)! he IN I lu reby required lo appear to the
venture to say that if this were puny will erect! 11 fire-proof of larger ritilltnr*' anil all iipraorm fiavtnir ".,II of complaint nIl in call cane o on or be-
done it would bring about an indus backbone of all industry. the prisoner in a flight of oratory. Hotel site avallMt th,, BulHli. uf Hubert I'. J"nrtl. ... Mi.nilnv., the l In.h dny of "March" A. P.
If what :Mr. Wernicko said needed "I am not so debased as Poe, so profligate I Hraiironl ('....n'". ri.rll. ... .i.'eoia.'I. I n. otliirwlii.. tho nllegntlona of said bill
trial development in that state which demonslons on the burned prracnt llii-lr claim ilitly lii I In., tab ... ,
Breakers : : : 'n confeeNcd by amid' defendant.
would astonish its own people. corroborative testimony, here it is in as Byron, so ungrateful as th, unriVralirnMl. j ailmlnliuriitor.I .tlo.within\ :: I II I In further. ordereil that thin order ba
what the American Tree Association Keats, no intemperate as Burns, as SEABOARD IS year or thvy will be fun.VIT lmrn.il.. ililuhtd "ne.. n wiek for four coniecutlv
Florida should not rest content on PLANMNUIIU8. ppranna Indebted. to .al'.1 l "Knlat' .... ..... *.,.IDI itt the Bradford County Telegraph awnpaper
the tourist business, on land development reports and in what Mr. Pack says. timid as Tennyson, so vulgar as I FKF.Htlll'; HERVICKBattery : to pay their laid dobu to. tho inihllihed, In paid County and Stal.
The former said that the South is Shakespeare, to"That'Il -" forthwith. I "I hie' February. II. 1U2S.) '
on citrus fruits and early vegetables W. J. / '/: .
a. w. Ai.DEn\i\N.
"annually clearing olf the that'll of 90 UUSSCH anil, I III) Trucks
, or on its climate or on all virgin pineforest do, do, interruptedthe Administrator, of the EUI0 or II) Clerk Circuit Court.
at the rate of 2,000,000 acres:" magistrate. "Ninety days. And to Operate.St. .lorn, I tue.aa.d>> M. JOHNS
combined. Its resources for manufacture Thla moth day of March, 1026. ,
"lIailo for Complainant l-H-dt-J-ll ,
|'I that "we have left about 15,000,000 officer take down that list of names '
should be thoroughly investigated .
l'eter"burtc.-Prolm"e,1 "
acres of virgin pine forest that once he mentioned and round 'cm I Inauguration '" !
and when these have been made I I up. of passenger bus and freight NOf'f'E TIJ Mcnrou'8: AMCrrdltora :[, oHnrit: rotc. ri'iuicATiosIn ; ';
', stretched from Virginia to Texas" think they're as bad as he is. /
known a campaign should be Inaugu- To this truck service throughout Florida by and all Circuit Court r.lghth Judicial Circuit
:Mr. Wernicke added: pvranna' having
rated to develop industries of many j I I "Instead of making a forest where hy our wasteful methods of cupping Seaboard Air Line Railway on a scale against the Otaln. nl Andrew M. IC.lii'.: :::: ,...,.,,,.. County. Hlute of Florida., In Chan- t
of llrmlforil' County, Florida, '.
duorued. I
kinds. Here and there are some none grow before, as did the French, and cutting we are destroying our more extensive than ever before attempted pnincnt Ilirlr: elainw I:: duly' authenticated I : .C Raundenf. Complainant I. ,
manufacturing industries which have i luxuriant natural forests! at break has been m/idu known by tindomlirned Admlnntrator within one ", ... I'
1-" --- they will b. foravvr harred and all ", .. Baundem. Defendant
l liunl I
demonstrated the of 1I officials.
possibility success I
l I membered that last year Dr. IJenry neck pace. The spectacles presented Indihted to amId Kutatv: are refloated I It appearing I by affidavit I appended lo tha 'I
in various lines. ':, M. Payne, consulting engineer of the by our lumber and naval stores industries Opening of the service will bring Iliilr laid debt !,. the Adntlnlatratur Aliid:. In the above-elated cm,,.. that LoilU*
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: with tho feiidnnt therein named I 14 amrealdent
Of course, the lumber business and i I Mining Congress, made un industrial is about as edifying as wouldbe into operation a buttery of ninety RAYMOND' If of the flint of Florida" and she

the phosphate interests are widely 'i I survey of the :South: the Manufac- the sight of an animal devouringits huesses and 1 10 trucks if present Admfnlitrnlnr. of An",,,,, 11.t"lIIn.*, I .n rraldent. ..r Meridian.. .,.. of MlnelHlppl.

known but who knows what may be'I i I turers Record co-operuting with him own limbs rather than exert itself plans are carried out, it is stated, !Thl.,1. 12th dny of March. A. U Ifl2 therefore l I. ovi"r ordered tin* time that of ......1 .n..n..fd.nt ,de It .

the possibilities of using the peat J,i''In every way possible, and putting to find other food." and routes will be laid out which will :; I ;' thll'I '' and I I. herel I''y required\ I to appear t.
beds of the state for the manufacture : One look the serve many parts of the state which the of e'mplnlnt, nled In laid. cause on
; him in touch with the officials of the need only at figures Nonets or !If IIOOL H.>.CIII>NHy herora Monday Ihu IMr.l: day ..f Marsh A. I Ii
of gas and the development of electric ,: Southern states. In the course of that representing the annual income derived now do not have advantages of good I I lam. otli:< rwl>e tlie nllenntloim" f ald! 'bill
thn IMIWI vented. In them l 10" the i" he tak.i n* ronfiiiHid by .lo defendant.'
knows how is the
It
power therefrom? Who i I I report Dr. Payne said: by the naval stores industry to transportation. belief of the ,of Florida Ih. Kimrd of I I'uhll, I Im.tnic ," II I. further order, d i that thla order b* .,'
many things are beneath the surface ,i I "Down in Florida they use 1,200- see what the destruction of that in- oflicials that the new motor service llradfiml, county' h, ri'liy. ,mil ctrctlonfl ,,,,bll.h..1 once a wt* k for Fur eoneeetlttv
will be held' on Tuesday' April, 2'. nt thi' In tli,<* Hriolrord County Telegraph. a
little dreamed of at present ? ,' out barrels of cement a year in the du.stry mean to the South, Florida in complete! operation before holMen In their reapeclK*. I Who knows what particular lines of'II I I course of the work. They developed included. Florida forest! products In tin first of November, although this and nnmixl helow aol iimxiinUi" ..... ." Thi. Fibruary I H'h IV85I .

I industry the soft balmy climate of ::I an exceptionally line deposit of high- 1U2O! for example, were valued at is still a matter of conjecture. nnld No' vlerHona I TherecHii.n. follow manager 0. W. ( .. ) I. Clerk W. AI.nETlMXN Circuit' Court.By "

this state, based on its location and i' grade limestone in central-western $25,000,000, according to official IlElFcONT.RN-- I) W. Moore. M H Swindle f'. A. KNIGHT
In/; LUM Ki. ft awtey, manairern. T. J. Terry. Deputy Clerk.
I its proximity to ocean and gulf and j.Florida i along tho line of a railroad figures. Forest destruction means CHOOSES I'\I.\'I'KA AH Wnlnwrliiht.' A. M. Ilarley.No : M JOHN.1.Holkltor .

innumerable lakes within its bordersl: that has just recently been opened. I destroying the source of thnt much 7 Brooklyn, manniiera, R .0 tt.lt> f.,.r mptalnnnt.: S-ao-et-S-20
SITE FOR NEW
:MILL
J. I' 1'adnett. John Orln.r.' 8r.
be established here? Here is a annual Is that wise
might suggested to the industrial agent of income. pro- No. q Drarfford. mananeni, W.... / ... ORDER roi Pt-IUICATIO.V
campaign for all the people of the that railroad that there was a very cedure ? Of course, it is not. Then the Pulatku, March 22.-.After investigating W Harry Wad llamll.No :
state. only wise thing to do is to make 0 Keller man8"..... J. I,, ., In the Circuit Court In and for Bradford
logical opportunity for him to get in a number of possible locationsin ,12.: ('....h". Colon! Crosby. I'lorlda In .
Industrial development would greatly touch with cement people and to develop Htrenous and thoroughly practical efforts the state the East Carolina I.uni- No' 10 VanderbIlt I manager 1.. L BILL TO i'.w'TITLI. : l

enchance the intrinsic value of I the cement industry in Florida, to protect and enlarge/ the source her Manufacturing! Company of J.No.C Alvaren.lit Ifbllhron f M.manager Norman.. N. (t. (... .. T. B. Underbill.. .t ale.V. .

Florida real estate, it would furnish ,i and he did so. A 700,000-borrel plantis I whence comes so very much of financial Syracuse, N. Y., manufacturers of I. l arnunter.. D. Raddlnh.No .. Little' et al ilefendantaTo ,

a basis for a healthy increase of pop- :, being put in there today. Over one- wealth and at the same time I lumber, lath and shingles, have announced HalKlop.' III .nulnu.::10101.. NortnanNo manas.re.. Tnt Crontiy, ,..Lead I.ltll.., '.1'..rn Itaker and Bdwln

Oilution, and would give employment'' half of the cement required In "' such a volume. Of needed products, that this city offers the nilvuntuges 17 llontdraln' nmnaireni, Wm If diad, namen all of purlieu known claiming partlc an If internS living

to thousands of young men and young I ida in u few months will be 101'-1 as timber turpentine and rosin to of rail and water transportation I man I D M Moore John.."'W."'vall.I. KICK. : .. Raid known titrtiia and each of them
I ....d or oth.rvUa wh"He rcalden. un.
are
industrial of the
liml nothing advantageous cli-
women unable now to right there us a home industry. ay necessary to their business ".. .nd... .11 other unknown partlav
employment except to a limited ex !I Here is one specific illustration of matir conditions due to lonsts.TimesUnion. .- nr.I that they will build nod operate, n If II WI;Muii-rintnilvnl<(fN8.County . an 1"1..1 In 'land hereinafter de
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tent.We '' the value of an industrial survey i ii : mil. here that will have 'uri annual ---- MRF.rTriNC.S : You and each of you are here
are glad to have Mr. Richard covering the whole state I| ---- -- payroll running into thousands of |, Notice TO IIIIIIIItIUi ",..,.I.d to be and apptnr before the .

son's testimony as to the possibilities I i|i Bearing directly on this line of POSTER ADVERTISERS BODY HOLDS SESSION! dollars. It Is stated that the plans of"" ftenled' ? hi." will I h. .....1..1 'liy the "".' of Clreult the Circuit of Horldn Court. In fur and the for Eighth Brad !

of manufacture in Florida being received from the also of llond Truatew of Bradford ( "'''''''. ,, the ultth day of A.
I II I thought is a letter just company include mills at ,nt the office of th* ftaaretary of the County upon April.

I more ideal than in the North. j,I I KUier & O'Donnell, of Miami, who Gainesville.-The Poster Advertisers Hampton and Jacksonville, but the mark. Florida until 10 :00 flock a. m.. .'Ita,'. Florida at the Court to nn.n.w,.,..r..a. In BUI said of County Complaint In

: Bearing directly on this line is a writes: Association of Florida] met in state headquarter will be located f I,14th., Kua. and at that time puhllaly ,. against you In laid IIS:,I by Mn. ,

statement made in a report of the'I I i "What we have found neglected in second annual session/ here Friday, !i here. j'I 'ONB HI.A' OK.ROAD TRACTOR MACflINK HITCH WITH FlOUT ..rmeo"B .Uiiderhlll..,. Burry I'armenter.Hebor J. M.1n.ler.. Jennie-

meeting of the board of governors of Florida is the development of the na- success attending their one day con Lakla-d-IIot; LknTerrace;; : required to furnish" .omple.te .Bidder.... .. .Oellle' Underbill. Allen Underbill. Ethel
the Southern Division of the Amencan ,i tural resources of -tho state. No vention which attracted half a hundred I ttie machine bid. "n. the price fob., ....' Ida Baker. 1 Dellla>> Rivera.Little Jean
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AI. Underbill. May and
I to have addition. I : !
Mining Congress. It will be re-1''state. can go ahead very far unless members of the association. ISO-room I .n4"'he:1"' : right to ..* ..". Underbill. .

actual development takes place. We Color was added by the of and all bl.... The Bradford County Telegraph a weekly \
presence To Cough Quicktake R: H. *' ....1."".. fib, shed In Btarke. Bradford .
A. TONIC ,i are enclosing you a report of a de- everal distinguished officials of the I Stop a j ."n" Florida ,la hereby designated aa the '
'' .... ..... In which this notle shall be pub- 'J
of clay that we have located in national body. HAYES' HEALING! HONEY C. A. nrrcn. '
drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores posit "I Secretary '" .\i for eight' coneutlv weeka.. r .
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and i Florida and believe it will save the Among the features was the election rough medicine whh h "t"i 1''i the cough by j ji The land deacrlhed. In the B II of Complaint .

feel its state millions, of dollars each year." of W. A. Shands, of Gainesville i I healing the inllnmml an.l irritated tissues.I UKUkU hull Vt.ItLlLAniQN/ thla ....... the title to which l I. sought to
When .
Enriching the Blood. you quieted agalnut the named defendanta. If 1
I
A box of (.KOVF.'S I ; 0-PEN-TRATE
effect! see how I Every day brings forth new evidence as permanent secretary, Mr. Shands I In Circuit Court Blithth Judicial ". and any and all penona ela'mlng and
strengthening Invigorating I SALVE for Chest ColiK Head Colds and' .II"C
that the natural resources of having served in that capacity during Bradford County. that. of Florida "' .... through or under thorn. If deceased _
it brings color to the cheeks and howIt I Croup! Is en< losml with every battle 011 .*ry. otherwlee, aa follows, to-wlt The North ,
win then Florida f.r industrial and mineral j the past several months. Lakeland HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The i David Strong Complainant :..t quarter of the Northwmt quarter of *M> '
Improves the appetite you development must be sought out and J wm awarded the next convention :1 I should be rubbed on the chest and throat I I va.Georgia Twenty,U (J II. Township aU 111) ,South
.
its tonic value. Strong, DefendantIt ."" Twenty-two ((221 Eaet said Inn ,. .. 1
appreciate true made known. Florida's tremendous which will be the first semi-annual ,.( children suffering from a Cold or Croup. I appearing by affidavit appended .Ituated! and lying In Bradford CountyWITNESS '

Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply boom will have in it some danger of meet to be held the last of October The Itseiin5 effect of 1 tiny RealmS Honey In- I bill lied :In the above-elated eauM that : .
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So I .lde the throat combined: I 1 with ;the limliaseffect: irla l Strong th* defendant therein MY HAND AND SEAL of laid
It. The blood 'temporary reaction unless there is John C. Martin, of Tampa, and W. i, (.">jv* s O r>o-Tralo Salv through the .purrs of i non.reeldent of the Stale of Florida thla the oth day of FmbruaA.D.R925. '.
pleasant even children Ue : !I residence la unknown and la tile : O. ALDBRMAri.
created a foundation of IndustriAl A. Shands, of this city, were electeddelewats heihh5son.topsaough over w
needs QUININE: to Purify It and IRON to promptly |I Built remcdlee are park.I ,In one carton ant the i Iwenl.-..". yean It la therefore 0'''''... (Seal Clerk Circuit Court. t
and lf\eopment I : to give employ'ment to the national convention r Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs : t. th"'J'anb' 'f pe"pe.-3Ianu-! to fi. N..il in Kansas City the early I I Just ask druggist! for HAYES .."...'...1 t., ci'nr to the Mil uf m I., Clerk.
your OREi'N!
Grip germs by its Strengthening. Invigorating I In nfd' mae on or beforefnnday. OVD r.RFKM: and II ,t t
Effect. 60c. fait 'irr'r- 1.cJr'l.: 'I r :,rt ,f O, t..> r ('I HEALING, HO.NLY .-__ I tl lay .:< Mi..1. \ P. 1 I'JJ": otherwise the t '..,.. fjr Cotni/laloant' 2. .Ot-4-l










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PACK EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELB GRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 27, 1923.

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Bradford County Telegraph j CASUALTIES IN ILLINOIS I

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NuJ1: :,;.ed wec:.ly and cnte.eJ: aa TORNADO ON WEDNESDAY 2} Bradford High

cond class matter at the poet


office___ .- at Starke 'Florida.-0 -'_ _. DIFFICULT TO ESTIMATE I JournalI

S. 8 MATTHEWS.----______..______O..n.r. I School

J. C. ROBINSON.____ M.n.ilng Editor. METHODIST' ) : Relief living Organl/ed; ;; Throughout I

r I Lust Sunday morning the pastor Devastated Country and Aid and i j o i C\Il'/sTlm' ; RUSSELL SCOTT
Supplies Move Forward I r
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY preached u stirring sermon on the to /L 1. editor Sport Editor
Sufferers.Chicago .
----- subject of "First Things First," and ALBERT MIZELLE EUGENE MATTHEWS -

Ill SUBSCRIPTION KATE I I the scripture I readings were parts of I 1 AKxatunt. Eillotr Joke Editor
I the i-eiond and third chapters of Itcvilutionv. March I 10.! After the II I I I II

f Per Year ..__ u._ $1.60 I He made a stirring appeal l light of a full day had vast its searching LAKE BU'r LER THE SCHOOL (PLAY chariot drawn by horses.

!Months __ ___ 75oM I la the members of the Starke Metho- rays into the debris left by Wed- I Joe: Yes.
Six
n j' dirt church to put first things firstin nesday's tornado, and relief work had Lake Butler, March 27.-The Rivera The school play this year is to be > One: But they weren't real horses.
-- -. -- been organized to gather tho dead : has sold out to "And Home Came Ted." It Is a very
; their lies, and not allow the popular Motor Company :i Joe: Oht! I see, just nightmaru.s.j .
I .sins of tho day to shut them away 1' heal the hurt and aid the homeless, II. E. Alderman, of Melrose The interesting play in three acts. It is
from" Christ. the toll of destruction to life and |I firm will now be Alderman Motor for six boys and six girls. The re- j : A comb, by Gerald Middloton

Next; Sunday Is Orphanage Day in property tonight still remained the ,I, Company. Mr. E. J. Jenkins is bookkeeper hear el is under the direction of Miss with three teeth out.

the Sunday school, and also the I greatest ever recorded in similar Alice Tharin. A cast of the characterswill Whc;'
I look collection at the preaching serv- I catastrophes, with 848 reported killed J The home seekers and real estate appear in a later issue", of the pa- I Miss\ Fripp: invented the

and 2,009! injured in the five states beginning to get interestedin steam engine ?
| u u will be sent to help our orphans' i 1 affected. men are per. Ethel Moore: What?
home" lit Enterprise. our part of the country especially
I 1 1I Nothing has been accomplished by Miss Fripp: Correct.
Sunday, school at 10:00: a. m. E. K. While the casualty list had licen re- I since the Lake City-Palatka hard orchestra 1
h "'(.ny l11un, superintendent. I jduccd from first estimates in some instances road has been advertised so extensively tho school yet. Lost: A pair of glasses by Owen

I Preaching; at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. word came from hitherto l and the far-sighted people can It is twenty four days six hours Griffin with a broken eye and 11 tortoise -

-- --N" :-.fui"i--- I: Prayer, ) meeting Wednesday at 7:30: I unreported places to keep tho total .icadily see the great advantage they thirty-nine minutes and seven and a I nose.

1 p. mAll. I| casualties almost as high as indicated hue in investing their money in oarproperty. half seconds until school is out.
1 i ( .i..nernhui, I in National Highway | members of the church are urrfi'd :- I in first messages from the devastated |' The pretty lake is situated I The other day when the room was

Association) I to attend these services. Strangers I towns and hamlets. After a night of just north of tho city, the A. C. L. It has been noticed that the seniors crowded, Orie got up and gave six

cordially invited to worship with us. I terror, dawn revealed that some I railway and Southern railway cross are losing flesh as school nears com ][I girls his seat.

A Uiiulfoiil county farmer I presented -- ---- ] small towns virtually had been obliterated just about the center of the city. pletion. One Wiggins has lost thlrty-
Lhe editor with, u 1C 1-2 pound PKESUYTEKIAN I while whole blocks of larger Railroad transportation is excellent seven pounds in the last three days. I Leo Wiggins says he has lost so
cabbage.: Now. if some. other "hog- 1 I' much flesh since he had the "flu" that
places had been leveled and fire had with a schedule of 18 trains, passen- I
and-hominy" farmer will supply a Through its officers;; arc extending! I added 1 Miss Fripp says that she wishes they have to shake the sheets to find
; | to the horrors of the wind. liter and freights, daily going north, I
ham of equal weight wo won't have to a cordial invitation to the people of. I| vast, south and west. County Cham the end of school would not come so ,, him in the mornings.

worry about oats for one duy. this community to attend the evening I I The fires for the most part were :', ber of Commerce has just been organized sudden, for she has been snowed un- I -
services kept from buildings that escaped the the last few 1 Sammy Sternberg caused a good
Sunday March 29th at 7:13.: I der with book reports, in
J -0-- After a fifteen minute song service fury of the twister. Outside help arrived -(j|' and the members are -going to days. bit of excitement at school the other

Tampa Tribune says that the latest Dr. Tucker, will talk on the Origin from many places during the work with a vim. We feel) that the i day when he got some hydrochloricacid

news from Washington la to tho of Souls. 1: day by noon, relief was well organized. -'I bright day for our city is near at I The seniors are cutting down on on his hand and in licking it off

effect! that the Republicans are tryingto I hand. Visitors have a hearty welcomeand their dinners so that they will be in I: ruined three gold fillings
Florida's, color scheme This is the second of a series of I Where will be shown around.
change there had been happiness I good condition for the junior banquet.
from Green to Brown. The chancesof sermons that he is giving at the evening prosperity and future, the tornado i j I There was a family gathering at Free: (Just returning from chemis-

a change seems blue, for Drown, I services? on topics of vital Interest blasted all in a few cities. To some it !'the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cone Notice To Stud--:;;;;; Writing Lines I try class) I feel so tired when I get

however.- mes-Union. to all the children of men. The I showed fiendish eccentricity by level- (I Sunday, !March\ 22nd, the occasion Carbon paper for sale. Makes hard 'out of chemistry class

,t; -0-- first sermon was on the Origin of ling and blackening portions while being the anniversary of the birth of work light. Apply to Miss Fripp. I I"Doc" Gerald: I don't see why, you never

Bradford county will have the same !Man and the pastor! had amassed sparing the rest. Mrs. L. L. Cone, mother of Mr. J. B. do anything.If .
such Dell the famous frog,
spe-
speed limit in each town traversed by his case abundance that he could of proof not to use it support all in I I Nearly half of Princeton, Ind. was Cone. She on this day had reached the cialist is now with the B. H. S. all'the big legged trousers in

'. the state highway. The chamber of that smitten. A sister city, Grinin, virtually 50th mile stone on life's journey. the B. II. S. were cut up and made
one evening so it will be I
commerce should take the matter up for him was carried away. DeSoto, III., with Quite a number of her family and The wet weather we have been havIng into clothes there would be enoughto

with every town on state road thir- sary his evidence at to some produce furture the neces-I I r>00 people, lost its existence. A neigh friends gathered to join in the cele- has put baseball in the shade. |' make One three shirts, a neck tie

teen and endeavor to secure the same to 'bor, Gorman, of 300 population, was I bration and before them at noon was What we need for the school ground :j and a collar button.
ing that man is not the
prove
speed, limit in each town. duct of chance evolution but pro !.wiped out. Murphysboro, III., lost spread tables loaded with everythinggood is a good ditch. The way it is now ,
or came
-a- Into I IGoel's nearly three square miles of its business to eat. A very happy time was every time we have a heavy dew the Russell Scott says, that since he
Dado City has started court proceedings being Creative as the Mind finished product of and rcsidcntal sections. I-1( spent. Those present were four chil- grounds are flooded. has seen the 1025 model Ford he believes -

to force the Seaboard Hallway Thu I Darkness still hampers searchers.dren: J. B. Cone, Lake Butler, C. R. I' automobiles have come to stay.
to comply with recent order of none service? will be a pleasant tonight in a few towns, as lighting Cone, DlIl1ne'lIonlIs": Havana Cone JOKES I'

the railroad commission to build new preparation for the interesting anll systems have not been repaired. Automobile I Alachun, Mrs. C. W. folson, Brooker, One: I dreamed last night that I JUNIOR MEETING .
instructive I
with which Dr. -
sermon four grand children :Marvin and was riding over the Pacific ocean in a
lights, candles and flash : j
station. Tho repairs and editions to Tucker is going to entertain us. ( A meeting was held by the junior
Fred
lights Cone Mildred and Tommie Col-
are substituted for ,
( EStarko's depot were supposed to have Sunday school at 10:00: a. m. power ( 1:00: How to Worship God in Con- class Wednesday", evening. The pur-
been completed March 1st-and tho !Preach at 11 I a. m. and 7:45: : p. m. plants. Pullman cars have arrived to McKin-ney I : vernation-Rev Bevis. I pose was to decide on the form andst'le
house \ .
work hasn't started. I refugees in one or two sections Dowling and family, I of entertainment to be tendered
Christian 2:00 How God In -
Endeavor to
at 0:30: : Worship ]
p. m. !Mr. and Mrs. II.
villages of tents are being used else- S. Adklns, Mrs. F.
All of the Rev. R. W. | the seniors this year. Miss Florence -
people will be cordially where. II 11. Dowling, Mr. and Mrs H. B.Kercc Teaching- Bugg.
Those interested in highway bcautlfication I 2:30 How Train- Matthews advised on several
welcomed to any of tho services of Those in charge speak in millions I Mrs. Alice Oliver and daughter : to Worship God in ,
should first seek the enact- thin church. ing-Rev. W. A. McMekin. matters. Several plans were mentioned -
Cantey, Miss. Grime GrcnIrR.! I
ment of a no-fence law. The plantingof I los-ses.. F. L. Colson and daughter 3:00 How to Worship God in Giv- and the best selected to be con-
Bermuda grass on the shoulders CHURCH OF CHRIST Virginia I sidered. As the class is rather small
|I Ing-Rev. Phillips.
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$100.000 in At departure of they all
Southwestern guests
f Ken- '
u
of tho highways furnish fine grazing 3:3011ow in' this the entertainment will not
I' to Worship God year
"
The greatest need in church and tuck wished Mrs., Cone
happy returns
i ; $2,000,000 in Princeton many '
for stock and us long as they are allowed ; Preaching-Rev. T. V. McCall. be so elaborate. Committees were appointed -
state today is competent $3,000,000 in Southern of the occasion.Mr. .
Illinois
to roum the countryside will ; 4:00 I' to look into details. Another
Too many professed "$100,000 In Missouri." : and Mrs"" A. M. Starbird and Adjournment.
trample down whatever they do not lealershlp'l 7:00 Song service-Long Bottom. meeting was called for next Wednesday -
contradict their teacher. The tornado took its toll over a daughters, Misses Lillian, Margaretand
consume. I er should get before, and not territory of 30 miles In five hours and Dolphia also daughter, Mrs. Ma- 7:30: Service-E. E. Stokes. | the to entertainments.hear committees and decideon

-0- his teaching.! Luke said of Jesus, : within the same period of time out- bel Raulerson, and Mr. DeWitt Kis- Sunday |
'V. who
J. Scars, of Kissimmee, !
arprcscnts Florida shoestring district, "The former trcastise have I made I' side aid was covering that distance to ener, all of Apopka, were the guestsof 10:00: Sunday School. Gerald: What did you make on history e

lias] boon selected. as tho Florida member O, Theopholis, of all that Jesus began carry help and comfort to survivors. !Mr. and !Mrs. J. P. Dowling Sun 11:00: Preaching-Rev. Wood. ? I
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of the democratic national both to do, and to teach" Acts 1:1.: The Red Cross rushed supplies from I day. Mrs. Starbird is a sister of !Mrs. 11:45: Offering Fannie: Zero, but I don't think I t
congressional Jesus' teaching the of St. Louis. Dowling. 12:00: Dinner on the ground.
committee which will have was outgrowth Chicago offered $500,000.: I deserve it.Gerald .
i charge of the His doing. So should it even be in the I The Illinois legislature appropriated 1:30: Devotional Service-Rev. II. : I don't either, but of coursethat's
congressional campaignin
E. Ridenour.
Church of Christ. We should a like amount the Missouri HAMPTON
always ]legislature the lowest they are allowed to
1928. With the retirement frocongresa
m 2:00 Address-Rev. W. R.
: Bugg.
preface our teaching with doing. $25,000 and the Southern
I Illi- give.
March 4 of Frank Clark !March
on Hampton, 27.-Chtp Turner, 4:00: Adjournment.
Shakespeare said: "It easier nois American Legion
were
$0,000. Other
who is succeeded by H. A. Green, to tell twenty men what were good I contributions are expected to reach of Lcaksvtlle, Miss., is the guest of Every body ,is cordially invited to A large: noise was felt nt the school '

Sears will become dean of the Florida to be done, than to be one of the I| $100,000. his sister, !Mrs C. E. Harper. be present and! enjoy these services today, but it was onh ho( Junior class
delegation, entering his sixth term- Miss Daisy Moore, of Theressa, with
twenty to follow mine own instruc I From The Associated Press car us. having u nun Imp/!.
Times-Union. spent the week-end with her aunt, 1 l''
tions. A father ualty list I
once whipped his tonight it appears that -
Mrs H. B. Weest.
son for cursing, and cursed while I more than 100! children and infantsare
The I'lant City Courier speaks of !Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore, of ..
whipping him. Poor fool! Example victims. Every available
the governor as "Jawn.. They are I dwelling Theressa, attended church here last
speaks louder than I is
precept. There- j a morgue in the zone of visitation. II
among some of the other "hard los I Sunday.Mrs. .
fore our subject following the Serious operations
ers" in the state who supported Mr. communion are performed Redd, of Alachua, was the
next Sunday at 11 will j virtually mitdors. Columns of
Jennings. How nice it would be if all I be "Some a. m. three and persons guest of her sister, !Mrs. O. llnym,
: Commands of a Great i four deep, several blocks .
the would and I I
papers come together Loader" Text 1 Cor. 16:13-11. BibleStudy long, waited in the darkness tonightto Sunday. iio.M
try to help Governor Martin make Rev. Hicks preached at the Baptist: ''
at 10 a. m.BAPTIST claim their kin and friends.
tho best executive the state has ever church last Sunday morning and eve ''
I Apparently arising in the :Missouri
i had and cut out all the "tommyrot"in CHURCH( BULLETINThe Ozark hills, the tornado jumped and ning.Mr. ,
trying to censure everything he I zigzagged Its and Mrs. Olie Pearce, of Lake ,
l
vertising since Mr. Martin has been | unusually successful meeting in one mile wide in some localities; in others L. II. Bodcnbaugh, Sunday. '
make
I it could! be measured feet. 11 can ship-
by It
in office than it has had for twenty.'of the Jacksonville churches. Men was Mr. and Mrs. D. W Moore and J. J. you
; years lrovlou8.-Galnesville Sun. I'I and women, boys and girls ranging! I more merciful at its start, unloading Brannen were visitors to Gainesville
-- I I from ten years to fifty-eight were Its fury in Illinois and Indiana. It, I Saturday. ments Direct to

J Automobile accidents! are becoming I'I among the conquests. for Christ. swept into Kentucky and Tennesseemore I Miss Stella Clovorsettle, of Theresa I

so common nowadays that one hardlyever i' The tlible school will meet at 0:45: I A brakeman fancifully, it appeared.\ is the guest of friends and relatives points on the linesof
1 I on Illinois .
an
Central
picks up the smallest country a. m., and efforts are to be made for train who here this week.
,
'; weeklies without reading of a fatal a large attendance. The members of I tragedy, witnessed the UeSoto' Mr. Murrhec, of Graham, was a the Southeastern
accident that occurred in the locality the church and congregation! are asked ,', "as succinctly described the tornado 'business visitor here this week.

In which the papers are published to join in morning worship with by two a crush of thunder preceded Prof. H. 13, Wiggins Express Company.
the church in l.awtey, where the blinding flashes of lightning, real estate ''
Fact of the mutter is that there after which \\ :is Inol.'ngr after his here
i seems to bo more fatal accidents in Fifth Sunday meeting is being held. I A former there was nothing loft this week '!

I the country than in the city where There arc to be special! :: speakers from he likened to war the chaplain said it could E.i: J. King was transacting bus 1- I Route. Shipments
Jacksonville at this service, and it i.s { war zone in France: your
truffle Is regulated. I Especially when there was other ti s in Starke; lust Tuesday.
no
"\, it is taken into consideration that tho hoped every member: will be able to Human bodies comparison.) t'. A. Hirt and family were visiting''

air f pro rata owning! cars in the country '','go.', Let those having automobiles use I of cremation, butchered in mast every crushedwere form I lit the I Io.n: > '" of :\11'. Brit's father, 1Y.1 II the fastest way
them or
) la about as !great as in tho city. Improved In conveying any who might being removed P. Dirt, of Louise, Sunday I
I I' highways! are the cause of an otherwise bo unable to attend the Only from" the debris.! c. T. Lnwhorne, and Mrs. C. E.harp .

increase in accidents In the rural din service. This meeting promises to be I found comparative intact. Bodies few have been !,,-r attended the commencement'exercises I'
one of the best in pierced with
triets.I a long time and : at Lawtuy.I .
I ,
splinters of
I -a- will I 1' repay any elfor't made to be in wind-driven wood mo 1ftpj
: '1 II ttendu nl'e. frequent.The Tourist Camp at Hampton I I
Paris rulers of fashions say to women
all over the world 1 1Vear: your :!1' The three departments of the D. Y. here little hamlet of DoSoto, for it I Mr. Blanch, of Maine, has received j
was that
'r. u will 118 men, women and permission from the town
skirts above your knees, and paint meet at the usual time council to i
your ears red and the pathetic fact 6.30;:: p, in. The evening service nt 7:30 > children died, many of them in the I build tourist camps in the eastern |
I school
f is that millions of women will wear will be of special interest because of twinkling house which was razed in the apart I, of town near the Pine Park. The [ i

skirts so short as to he silly and 1 paint the presence of some of the Jacksonville Nice bodies of an eye. ( Work is progressing nicely. Mr. ,
spankers who the were found huddled Blanch has been appointed marshal
their ears without loss of time. Also are on programat ,
the eyelids are to bo stained dark Lawtey. Bring your families and about n coal stove in a Griffin restate that he may have authority and A-1''

blue, the eyelashes curled 1, and the in- friends, with you that they too may rant, partly cremated. In one Illinois order in his camps Hampton has
the fire
aide of tho nostrils stained bright red ', share in the blessings that come from town engine! itself was burned wonderful facilities for hunting, fishing .
lint" usele"-ness. By marking your express shipments via Southeastern. Es.Pt. .
the Murphysboro
of and and
worship God. bathing will be an ideal
: Tampa Tribune. few minor )
Only .
a ..
111., haj to improvise a pumping plant {location for tourists and Indicating the transfer point, you can secure r.alo
touches, such as nose rings and tattooed Q. I am in love with a homely girl on the ruins of its water works be camps. i direct service to points on the lines of the Southeastern Express .

chins, now distinguish the savage who works for us, but doesn't care :fore the fires could be extinguished Fifth Sunday Meeting Company.Pot .

beauty descending from her for me, while a pretty !girl with lots At Annapolis a quick thinking: station Fifth Sunday meeting at the Bap further Information Udve to rooting and methods of
'. boudoir in tho trees from the most of wants agent used his tilt church of Indicating tnoe/er address
money to marry me. What I cash drawer successfully Hampton next Satur point
advanced product of fashion rulers. shall I do. ? I as a bucket to extinguish day and Bunda)". March 28 and 29th. I

-0- I A. Marry the one you love and send fin. The following program will be rendered R. K. RUSSELL Qen. FU. Rep.
Sanford-Work on new Masonic me the name and address of the other :: ,, JackaoriTtlU, Florida

lI!' temple progressing rapidly. one. A very Important step toward the Saturday j

uniform numbering and marking of 10:00: Address of Welcome-Rev.
,
I I
highways of interstate character was B. W. Hicks. i SOUTIIEASTERNExpreS5.C
I
taken recently when Secretary of I
Response-Rev. Cleveland. '
Chamber of Commerce Meeting Agriculture Gore appointed a board 10:30 Why :Man Should Worship
'to prepare a plan and '
secure its adop God-Rev. O. T. Montcrief. ;
IW tion by the various states. The board 11:00: How to Worship God in Song

Starke 8:00 i is composed! of official) from the Bureau -Rev. J. M. Smith. Company
Tonight Friday
: of Public Road and a number 11:30: How to Worship God in

I of members of state highway depart Prayer-Rev. J. N. Hayman. :

I ments. 12:00 Dinner I ,
-- : :.. on the !ground.
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