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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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LONNIE NORMAN DIES Keystone Heights Royally SPEAKERS ASSURE LEGISLA-

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FROM INJURIES RECEIVED Entertained Members OfFlorida's TIVE AID FOR SHORT ROUTE

"Fourth Estate"MRS.


WHEN STRUCK BY AUTO LAKE CITY-PALATA HIGHWAYNew

i Florida I Newspaper Men and Members
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MARCUS BROWN of Gainesville's; Rotary, Ki- -- ,
.a. J. towart Surrendered to Sheriff I Lake I'ilyl'iilutkuisiirmtion Hears
FRUIT AND CITRUS -Releasedhen Coroner's; Jury DIES ALMOST INSTANTLY wanU and Twentieth Century Clubs Enthusiastic: 1'ulkH! at its
Were Guests, Friday Afternoon and
Upturned Verdict of Unavoidable McetniK.& !
AT R. R. CROSSING
Ktening of Kc>clone Heights Board
RATES ATTACKEDState Accident.
of Trade. Endorses
Lake March :US.! The Lake
Closed Automobile Swept From Path City --
Loan Norman, I s-year-old son 1 Short I Route Association
Commission Files Complaint; of Mr. and Mrs. James Norman resi- I of Locomotive at Street) Crossn | Keystone Heights March :tO.-The Route Clty-l'uUitku -
held enthusiastic
un meeting -
yesterday
oil Schedules From Florida.. di'nts of Clay county, u few miles n Ing in Tampa. Florida state Press association, the I nfU'imioii which was well attended -

east of Lawtey died Starke Mon- Klwanis I and Twentieth Century
Rotary
in
Tallahassee March 30.-The railroad Now Smyrna !\ by north mst and west Klor-
day morning/ at 5 o'clock from wounds Tampa, April 1.-!Mrs. Marcus F. clubs ..f Gainesville were the the ids delegations. Tho ca11.I
commissioners of Florida today lution adopted by meeting was *
filed formal complaint with the Interstate received when he was struck by an Drown 28:,! wife of Marcus F. Brown, guests of the Keystone Heights Board of commerce endorsed 1 '11 to order nt 1 1:80: o'clock In the
u automobito in Lawtey Saturday afternoon : well-known Tampa attorney of 603 of Trade and Woman's clubs here FrI.
Commerce Commission at way pioposed by the ; courthouse by Major K.; S. Matthews,
A. J. Cowart who was driving -' San Jose street, Palms Cem Park day.
Washington attacking as unjust and ku Short Route us introduced Col. Hay H. Chapman
unreasonable all the railroad trans the automobile, came to Starke was almost instantly killed shortly heating, bathing fishing, cruises tho sponsors claim '' Lake City, who made the welcome

portation rates from Florida on cit- and surrendered to Sheriff Epperson 1 after noon yesterday when (the automobile bridge! quoits, dancing and plenty of crease tourist < which was responded to by

fruits pineapples, watermelons, who placed him in the county jail to she was driving was struck by good eats were some of the forms of Luke City to the I Walter McNally, mayor of Palatka,
rus
cantaloupes, strawberries, tomatoes, await the outcome of the boy's in | a fast Atlantic Const Line passenger entertainment promised the members of New Smyrna. Senator I U. 10; Knight, of StiirUo.I .

juries. | train at the Watroun Crossing. Mrs. who attended the 42nd annual session I ( enthusiastic talks mado.
celery, potatoes, cabbage, lettuce, cucumbers road in connection Many wore
corn and all other Judge Gardiner empanelled a cora.n'r's Brown was driving the car and was of the Florida Press Association at In progress between I outstanding talk waR made by

green. jury Monday morning and after alone at the time of the accident. The Gainesville last week together with Land und New I Representative Elliott: who, promised

vegetables.This witnesses had testified the jury rendered train struck the big car broadside, tho members of local organizations. this route I support of the highway in the

proceeding is described by the a verdict of "unavoidable accident 'I' knocking it along the track and scattering An invitation was extended to than any other route | legislature an did Senator D. E.

! commission as the most sweeping institutedon and ," and Mr. Cowart was released wreckage in every direction.j these organizations and promptly at twrcii Lake City and Knight of Starke; Col. F. J. (.'ournI -

extensive rate case ever from custody. j f The engineer immediately appliedthe :3:30: following the meeting of the .
along the Rust Coast.; >, Walter McNnlly mayor of I'a- M
behalf of Florida shippers of per From testimony given by Messrs. brakes, it was said by witnesses, Press association the editors and their I I ; W. C. Cadwell and, W. G. Cute,

ishable freight. Hearings relating to Robert Blanchard, A. C. Sumner,and stopped his locomotivewithinhalf ladies, with the ladies of 'the Twentieth COMPLETION OF ( Whito Springs; Fred Cone, of
the complaint will in all likelihood be Pete Crawford and Roy Norman, a train length from the slnlf. HIGHWAY
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a crw Century Club members of the 'ity Chap Tedder, of Live Oak
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held at Orlando during the month of I'relative of the boy, it was broughtout Mrs. Brown was picked from the Kiwanis I
up and Rotary clubs, left the E. Algce, of Madison; J. W. Kate-
June. I that Cowart was driving at the wreckage unconscious and apparentlyin new auditorium at the University for It was learned of MontiL-etlo; C. P. Turner of
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The railroad commissioners with rate of from eight to ten miles an a dying condition and an ambulance the 30-mile motorcade. Transportation work on the grade in 1.+. M. Hornhack! of
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the co-operation of the growers and I I hour down the main street of Lawtey, ', summoned. The ambulance sped was furnished by the Keystone to connect up with Heights; Jesse Johnson, of

shippers' league of Florida have going west on his way home. The boy, to Gordon Keller hospital Mrs. Brown Board of Trade and the Gainesville ,' hard! surfaced road (hider; (i. M. Inninn, of Starke,

made large and thorough preparation'' it was. shown was standing on the dying shortly before the hospital was Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs. Baldwin is being | for the comprehensive presentation'of curb looking from the street reached. Lucas of the c
away owner
j At the end. of the hour's trip, the .' r. A. Kulch of Starke, and
the shippers' demand for lower and while still looking in the opposite which the lust short
: !Mr.
Brown summoned front his
i was scenic and others and
'' beauty warm, friendly hospitnlity | gave optimistic
rates it is stated. direction from which the car was com remains uncompleted. t
office in the Citizens Bunk building, of Gainesville's sister: city talks and assuring their
,
Filing of the complaint was delayed ing stepped off the curb and directlyinto 1 and the of tho owner of tilt property
I went hastily to scene welcomed tho guests und the after-1' and 1 Unit of their community ,
Chairman the path of the automobile the allow the convicts" to
months stated ,
several accident 1 his law .
accompanied by noon's tho
outing begun.\ Led by the band aHHociutinn plans. An invita tj
K. Hudson Burr, of the Honda Corn cur being less than five feet from T.I! Shackleford n Ins property until u "
Jr.
partener, the cars were Driven about the town was extended. hy Kd; Larson, of
mi"bion. because that body did not the buy when he left the safety of I L. L. Ulakely, of the Blakely Gro- all along the shores of Ijiko G..neva.1 made with him. .. Heights to meet there next

have sufficient funds. from legisla- the curb. cery company, Watrous and Howardavenue The guests werenext met by a reeep- ;, necks at the hands of April 2, at 1 o'clock, prom-
The little chap was thrown to the rities not
tive appropriations to emploj enough was one of the witnesses. lion committee nt Keystone Inn and was a Rood time bathing In the
people to work up the data and pre- pavement when the car struck him "Mrs. Brown Ihe rough grade
was in our store after registering were given a booklet with lashing! boating and !good
pare the case for presentation. The ai/'(1 dragged underneath the car for making purchases just before she of the heights and ribbon with I ed with thu exception on Ihe side. The invitation was
of the state organized he twenty feet. lIe was picked up and he mile or less, und there
growers was killed said. "When she left inscription, Florida Press Association ui-c-eptnl.! F M. WalraUl
stated and put up the money necessary taken to Dr. Carrodini'' who rendered ,, the store, she entered the car andbacked Outing KejstomHeights.' t thu machine work to 1 Keystone JIoightH invited the exec
first aid. Later he was brought to the it will be ruudy for its !
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for this
purpose.Approximately it out into Howard and
avenue The In e mil and bouts at the Blue committee to be his quests at
iitllce of Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke If the work of grading .
600 railroads are made a left turn Wutrous !
avenue Gainesville last week together with at the Keystone Inn. This wall
named In the complaint. who made an Gray examination of and drove the railroad it is expected l that the
upon trucks of the visitors and many availed I j the head. Finding the skull fracturedhe settled
"I do not think she saw the trainor themselves of the opportunity of enjoying suDU'tc'iitly to The mass meeting was followed by
INSTALLS ELECTRIC CAHliONA- was hurried to the hospital in tion of the hard
realized that it was very near the a ride on the luke. Many also meowing of the executive commit. 1
TOR Gainesville where an operation was crossing at the time-and she probe '' were in bathing whilo other wero busy : summer. (',.. Its action und recommendation, ,
performed and of the skull I
I part removed ably did not realize her danger until with quoits. after be given to the meeting at Key
Cnrpemng's Drug Store has installed where it was pressing on the Shortly 0:00: o'clock SI IIA>\ 1IKKKY: \ :
carbonator' the last second. everybody.! was called to the hotel to Height Thursday., Luke City
brain. The
an automatic electric Ii, boy never recovered con- | "The engine struck the car broadside 'enjoy a fine luncheon that had.! boonprepared Total! number of and Lake City-l'ulutka Short

e, for their foHintain, which supplies an sciousness from the time he was taking the car along in front of .! by the women of Keystone ped out luring the (t..ut,. association candy kisses were

even, constant! gas pressure at all' struck until he breathed his last Mon- i I IIf for probably over 100 yurd.s. The Heights.' Over 200 persons were served nesday amounted l to ll ( .' (.. to nil present. After the

I times. The machine requires no attention day morning. body was taken from the car which nnd much credit is due the womenof rage price for the ,. the crowd assembled at the

an attachment starting the motor Funeral services were held Mondayand was still in front of the engine when Keystone Heights for the capable' cents a quurt. In "'h hotel in the Rotary room
belowa interment made in the Oak
falls Grove
whenever the pressure the engineer stopped," !Mr. Blakely way in which the nerving was done. I'' strawberry shipments ,' the Keystone (Height[ orches.

given point. cemetery Clay county. concluded.The I About 8:30: the crowd assembled at I ments flf beets carrots entertained with several selected

train which struck the automobile the Blue Lantern puvillion where ant I tinue heavy.FI.OUlllA .. *.

State according to report from offices orchestra, played for the dancing, '
i
IJ I Secretaries AssociationIn of the railroad office was No. 92, which was enjoyed until midnight..! I I ,

the Tampa Special a fast train bound ( There were in Attendance reprenentntives 8,50D ACRES COUNTY

I'' Session Here Last MondayLULU for Jacksonville. It was said the train from nearly all the papers of 1

was coming into this city from Port the state and Keystone Heights feels [ FOR $1GOCCO CASH

CIIAMUEIt OF COM.Mfc.UCE: ; ; ; The North, West and Central Florida ( Tampa at the time of the accident. that It was a real privilege to bo their .
Secretaries' Association held its I Mrs. Brown was the daughter of E. hosts while they were in attendanceat --- I'I.
Lulu, March 27.-The good people
PRESS: ,\ ; .. .. Knabl Purchases ItlchardPowers'
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regular monthly meeting here Mon. S. Matthews, of Stark, state railroad the association meeting at Gaines
of Lulu have recently organized a .
ville. I TION .;1,)<; ; i Holding North of !Mnc-,
for dny. It attended by large commissioner and was a graduate of
was a number -
live Chamber of Commerce body
I _____ __ ______ y ten ny-I RlJr"vt.'mt.'ntMlIIInn..d.
of delegates and the the Florida State! College for Women.
the purpose of boosting this sectionof meeting was 1'01'lfS OUT UIIIFK LIGHTNING Select Altamonte .
the county which includes good full of enthusiasm from every stand- She married Mr. Brown last October. I Contention; ;

system of highways connecting up point. i| According to dispatches from Tallahassee Twenty-lite/ Gallon, of Bradford I'urrliuHu of an 1I, OO-llcru tract of

with Lake Butler and Union county. This organization is. composed of Mr. Matthews left that city Special Goes, Into Sewers Monday Gainesville, March ''! county land, located. within

l'' Scott Gillen a live wire merchant secretaries from all parts of the for his homo Starke upon receiving .: I William G. Glen, uf miles of Jacksonville", for a

\ of tins progressive farming districthas North West and Central part of the : notice of his daughter's death. Monday afternoon Sheriff' Epperson -'| the Orlando. Sentinel, of $100,000, by I.uclun

been made president of the body.A state and the boundary of the sectionis TO TUB disposed" of twenty-five gallon | cy of the Florida bb, president of the L'ltl/.cni
CITIZENS: Of I
SPAHKEI
recent canvass for new membershas wide open. Any secretary who 'of home brew by pouring it into the | naming Altamontu of Mucclenny. and plansor a

resulted in quite a number, Including wishes can become a member. I April 13th to 20th is 'storm' sewer at tho courthouse lUliO convention city tract subdivision were announc
hereby designated
the ladies who have joined.At Matters of vital importance to and after tying sections of corllpr'l address. by Governor
meeting held in the school Florida were discussed at the meet- 1 as clean up date for our town. Inch main Into knots, tho white in which hu told bin eel.1'h"
a i On the afternoonof the 20th a '' property was purchased from
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house on Tuesday of this week, the inn:, Monday. Harry R. McKeen, of I I thorough Inspection of all lots and ning returned to its usual habitat important state Powers, uN, uf Macclenny.
the Florida Development Board the Although it met differ leading features of
advise was swamp. a
secretary was instructed to premises, private and public, will be The deal marked the transfer of
made talk the ent fatifrom what its former of the forty-second
and good own..rsfondly
of Commercethat present a on
Lake Butler Chamber
I made by the city physician, chief of of the Powers holding In !Baker
creek would possibilities of this section of Florida hoped, it has gone into the of the association
Olustee
bridges over !police, members of the woman's civic ox'ei'11fI1C his homo in MaeI -
not be discontinued but would be along with the balance: of the state. most proper receptacle: yet provided here today after u
club and town council and a full and a nearby farm Mr. Knnbb
I report I i
The official by man for Its disposal. in the University city.
meeting held at
kept in passable condition for the accommodation was published.i the hugo tract with one cash
the office of the secretary and at the I George K. Honmer( ,
of travel. I i ( is hoped that each and all will I Don't forget the Union Temperance Fort Myers Press .
hour the and
noon meeting adjourned
There being no further businessthe all assembled at the Woman's club carefully clean up and be ready for Meeting. at tho Methodist church vice-president, and Known for Its qualities all turpun-
meeting adjourned. The next regular 1 said end land the had,
for refreshments. inspection. Sunday night at 7:15.: Big things being Smith, editor, of the farming tract
meeting will be held Monday I C. L. PEEK, Mayor. planned. worked. by Mr. Power for 1U
Among the speakers other than Mr. Herald, a second -
night March 30th at which all mem-| stores during" the past fifteen
McKeen, were Mayor C. L. Peek, of I I Holley, editor: and l..ubl
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bers are requested to be present. | 'I It i III located north of Mitcclan
------ --- Starke, C. F. Hoover, of the Starke ,. Florida Trucker at ::>/
I I I between that town and St. Mary'a
city council, F. D. Hornbeck of the elected secretary, and 1 I
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INSTALLS MODERN Keystone Heights Board of Trade and Did You Ever Stop To Think? Keller editor of the Mr. Knubb hail announced that he I

MACHINERY IN BOTTLING I' George Coffin of the Union County i Topic, was returned I I continue to use part of the
Chamber of Commerce.The to her offlco an &
'' for Its of naval
PLANT HERE entertainment of the afternoon Hy E. R. Waite, Secretary, Shawnee Okla., "fourth estate." production
Thousand of will be Im
acres
i< consisted of automobile rides around Board of Commerce. A resolution asking
and then
the
placed nuir
upon
Electric Machinery of SemiAutomatic here and to the wonderful -KLngsley\ THAT newspaper advertising; N the only Rare, sane islature to appropriate in mull farming tracts.

Type Cued at Coca Cola 1 lake. and sure way of getting business. Businessmen year to tho department I ..-- -- ,
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of the University of
Works. should investigate before they invest in
HOLL1NS lUNGS 14 1-2
unanimously adopted
Williams
I any other kind. Fined
DeWitt C. Jones has completed the POUND CAHHUiEi association, along with
THAT there are new advertising schemes promoted
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thanks to the
driven machinery
installation of electric
i i Raymond H. Rollins. who has every day. Many of them are "fly by night";
in his bottling plant, the installa- citizens of Gainesville\ $50 And Costs
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tion including a motor driven bottle charge of the farm property of his concerns or by parties who are promoting welcome: and

rack and a semi-automatic bottling father the late A. M. Rollins broughtto I them for personal gain with no thought; of. giv- during the convention
the office last
Telegraph Thursdaya
machine. The new bottling machine ing value for money received. tion favoring the .
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Before of Kock-
Guilty Mayor ,
cabbage weighing 141.2 pounds, e
only requires the placing of empty THAT whole lot of business men Just love to be monte !Springs as the
less Driving While Intoxicated.
just two pounds less than the prize /
trimmed by fake schemes. for the rational
bottles in the machine and their removal advertising
cabbage brought in by L. A. Wynn
when filled, the balance of the of Hampton. This property is the old, I THAT same of them fall for every faker that comes home, In which it was Nat Williams who was arrested

operation, from the time the syrup is Uglow place northeast of town, and I a along. actively toward seeing night of Friday, March 13th, by

poured in until it is capped, being en- is known for its producing qualities. THAT some of them seem to crowd each other to see ted. officer on charges of reckless

tirely automatic. The bottles are tak- which can be stung first. Governor Martin ;I and driving an auto while In .

en by the operator from a travelingrack CAPTURED NEGRO WANTED THAT the same applies to donating money to unknown than one hour before ( plead guilty before !Mayor

at his left, this machine deliver- IN LAKE BUTLER) charities. emphatically pleaded last Saturday and received a

ing clean freshly rinsed bottles at his I Lake City; :March( 27.-Officer Perry THAT many times your money is donated to some zatlon and early of $50 and cost! I

elbow as fast as the bottling machine Allison arrested a negro man as suckers.Don't Florida, for the William, while driving on the
grafter who make his living from .
requires. I he stepped from a Seaboard train glades, the greatest sIde of Walnut street, crashed

With the installation of the motor { Sunday night and placed him in the be a sucker. in the world and spoke I the Ford touring car of T. N. I

for the bottle washing machine and city Jail to await officers from Lake WHENEVER: you are approached with a propositionto conservation of the shaking the occupant up 'P

the carbonator, the plant will be%operated Butler, where the negro was wanted ,, advertise or donate, unless it is in local of this state. Governor \\ and sending both machine I t!

entirely by electricity. New jon charges of forgery. The sherig I newspaper or a charity at home that you personally was in favor of a great the garage for repairs. It Is under. ,

concrete floors have been poured and from that city came over Wednesday i [ know about you should investigate before for Florida and told of that he made good the damage t'

the plant is rated A-l in both equip- I land carried the negro to answer the a i I you spend. finer schools and by hIm on Mr. Limbugh' j

ment and cleanliness. charge. r education. I i
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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELE.RAPH. STARK FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL, 3 t, I'I',! ,.

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c:! ." "; :< MARTIN HITS TAX WEAKNESS
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'-, .... c... ), Governor Martin in his address to 1i
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.. .-rR. ._4f;' __' _' '-.... -, .f.9.u.. 'I'', ." the assessors of Florida struck WHEN DAD WAS A BOY BY SAITER! II"LD '

I .. ... ;t straight from the shoulder at a glaring i
; y "lC'1i.3o weakness in the taxing system of

'- Florida. lie did not deal in{ generalities -

__ __ hut named the counties which ho
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SALLIE LEA UN' 8 A SUBTLE officers of every county without any
FOE IS BUSY: I FLORIDA WEEKLY IN- grandstand threats that there must

(I- US1RIAL REVIEW be immediate reform.

"Give me that rose," there was 'I This was one of the first steps to

simple entreaty in his voice.I | Tampa-U. S. Export Chemical be taken by the Governor HIIICU he I Ii! H

had forgotten that I had worn (, Corporation to build carbon factoryat was inaugurated that concerned state i I

one until he reminded me by touch- plant on Chemical bay. policies. It followed a close study by II I

ing the single red petals of the hnlf- I him of the tax rolls of every county I

opened bud I had! pinned on my coat i Fort Pierce-Arrangements comI and he was fortified with facts that

cellar ait I left the house I I pleted for two big road improvement could not be disputed. lie applied the

Again I nodded! my consent, not i: projects in St. Lucie county.St. principle of government that is required
of every ofliicial-more courage -:
daring to trust my voice. He unfastened ,
bond issue -
I retrcsburg-$1,160,000 and less :
the flower, stood for a moment politics.
voted for erection of new schools s
r The Governor is not that r
asking
with it in his hand, then turning, I / r
walked slowly into the night.I I and improvements to present system the state dig deeper into the pocketsof I Y/ -

I the taxpayers. lie is not proposing I /
had reached my room unobserved ho- I
West Palm Beach-2,000-room any improper regulation or imposing pAA
and later heard Ellle's callers depart. I
I :I tel to be erected: at approximate cost any new theories lIe Is simply demanding -
There's something about the blue of 10000000. I I that the tax burden be equal- e
time of the night that mystic hour : ,
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I'I ised and that every person pay his
In Florida when daytime is donning Madison Contract awarded for I I just share. To that statement of policy : T

her mantle of purple chiffon-that construction of gasoline filling! stai none can take exception. It is

InduccH confidences from lonely i I Lion sound business, common sense and a
t hearts. I was glad when Ellie openedthe (' ( : Vi1ji'i'f
enforcement of law fA '
courageous Ih
door and bounded into sight. I IVeil. I Bowling Green-22 miles of hard- There can be nothing fairer than \ t ?

"\ I brought homo the celluloid surface road to be constructed be that II' 1 .
I every county pay according to I ; ; ? i
2MvlifsZpf'vi ME
and Brownville.\ ? tlw
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poker, she exclaimed, curling tween this city its valuation upon a percentage basis \ \ {

comfortably on the chaise lounge at'' Haven of addi- that applies equally to every county. : tlt t Y T,
Winter -Opening
the foot of the bed. just about -5\\ / / i
"Yep
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tional streets planned to care for Increased It is not proposed that new source of : // :
as useful," she hurried on. 11' another -
be
i traffic taxation found nor that extra I J&CS
hostess given me a perfume bottle, |I levies be laid. The proposition is that

I'll have to open a drugstore to ac I Dade City-$1,330,000 bond issue each county be assessed by the same ]' V"1: S f- ji T &tB fi*ASo S'r

commodate them all-wait a minute to be voted upon for construction of yardstick = -

-now what's in the air. Why the roads in all sections of Pasco county. I I Florida has enacted a tax provision :I=s ? 1 : gtt'

storm signals my erstwhile sport?" to prove that she has no undue designs fc s =' V** t\j B SSWv -
bond issue voted t i- =!& rsatnV i- ==33E35: -
"Oh, Elllc{ I'm so miserable, I Ocala-$85,000 I upon wealth or enterprise. The

could Just die," and then I told her all. for erection of hosptal. [constitutional provision against estate I

Ellie was loyal and I knew my I| Jacksonville Florida Screen Man- I and inheritance taxes shows ? I
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secrets would! stay locked in her ufacturing Company factory that to the will of the people of this I

heart. When I came to the end of my ; Gilmore erect. opens {I state. The state tax levy is not high \STJU" = .." : -
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tory, she exclaimed I I as tax rates are compared and the < TIME-

"There's been dirty work at cross- St. Augustine-Site to be purchasedfor I expansion of Florida merits. If the

roads. Who told Curtiss about the new waterworks system Governor pointed out, it is due to 10-1 -. ..... .
untimely bath, to say nothing of the 'rate be high in some localities as the --. ---- -- -- -
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honest debt you paid the Schuyler Milton Eastern approach to cal taxation and programs of improvement 1 City; Sunday. T h-
I hotels, with a nominal 1 cover] one of the agents punctured his n,' ."
lad
from New York ?
I I' Rlackwater river bridge being con I which each county or 1 i Mr. and Mrs.. T. D. Proctor, ofStnrke :rI charge tires with fire from a shot gun 1
I sat bolt upright. That was a
municipality itself votes. The

,h,..,., ,.f th." Kit.llnt.l"n; I Ko.ln't"" Iliriii' I I,: Ittrlacted.I 1..-...,.,.., _/"_.. _nil._ ......_,.,."R."Ku..vua .U _111 v .10-_ .mill state......u.millalCe Sunday, spent here guests Saturday of Mr.night and Mrs and I St. Augustine, "Motner City" of driver then ditched his car and raiDO'S !!
ed i-out.: In ; ,.tI: had; been so p; 1 j I Palmetto-Atlanta syndicate planning That may be trimmed ifeach P. P. Dekle. the nation expects to welcome the

; I over the conversation with Curtis! { construction of $200,000 apartment ., county pays its proportionate Orin Dekle attended the I largest gathering of World War Veterans -
peanutshelling AND DON'T'S I FOR .
t that the details, had seemed of no I ever assembled in the State
I house on Country Club estates. share without any evasion Whom 82 at the home of Mr. and Mrs I
value in summing up our talk. counties, which the Governor said Julius Parrish and the Old! City Gates are open t o BABY CHICK RAISED t
Thursday evening
"Ellie "' I shouted "I have itd '! Tavares-Tract adjoining Tavadora. 1 receive them.
j out : are paying on a lower percentage D. I. Illume Mr.
| and Mrs F. L..
afternoon subdivision purchased for Immediate, .1 Following are 10 very good ruli k
Waityou came Sunday valuation, evade their share it means
i
Drawdy
I were Sunday
guests of Mr. for those who raise baby chicks. They
I The party was on Saturday night development. that other counties must make up the and :Mrs. Dekle. j i THERESSAi n
I are suggested by N. R. Mehrhot!,
You told had passed Curtis difference. That amounts I s
me to
you taking
I I'almetto-Manatee county votes. I :\1 r. Dan D>nl has recovered ironphis i Theressa, March 27.-Roe Hersey poultryman of the University of j
with a girl. Describe that" girl! asked] $1,500,000; improvement bonds for money away from one county and recent attack of acute indigestion. and Mr. and :Mrs. Wesley Hersey, of, Florida Agricultural Extension Serv11 r rIce
"Churchez la femme ? she giving it to another.
i iGovernor
French roads and bridge I I I Dona Duke, Orin lick Ie, Zll and I Raiford, spent the week-end with I .
In one of her few phrases Martin reviewed the efforts I
i Nan Dukes, Mr. and Mrs. B. Johns :Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey. 1. Don't have muddy, filthy runs ;;
t "In this case {it is not necessary. Avon Park-New brick business to bring about a fairer systemof '
attended the social at the home of Mr. and Mrs Willis Guilinrd and Have runs clean and sanitary
"'\hy. what do you mean. Ellie, do, block to be erected at Verona and assessing taxes by which each
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rimes Mrs. I. 1'. Padgett and Misses Louise
1 Friday I I 2. Don't have lice and mites about
be serious, I was almost hystericalnow. Main streets county will pay its proportionate
evening. Padgett, Nettle and Agusta Guilinrd
share. The old tax commission failed the place. Disinfect.
|i Ben Waters und George Fuircloth were visitors at the home of Mr. and 11
Immediately she became more serious Pensacola County farmers toe In its efforts. It advised and drafted 3. Don't have drafts and dampness

I when she saw there was no us I plant Irish potatoes on large. scale reforms but it was powerless to enforce were here on business Saturday. Mrs. Jim Coon, of Waldo, Sunday af in the chicken house.
this I Roy Andrew and Leslie Green visited ternoon. 4. Don't have house. Be
year. a stuffy
trying to make light of the event. them. The tax equalizer has encountered I
I relatives and friends here Sunday. R. M. Hersey and family were visitors sure that it is well ventilated.
"It's just this the same lilywhite the same difficulty. The
character played bridge, nt my table l.eellburJf-Veftnite plans approved ,''Governor is trying to remedy the In.I Air. and Mrs. Dan Dyal had as to Smith Lake Sunday. 5. Don't forget the sunshine. It is

the whole afternoon and disapproved for development of ctly's{ frontage on equalities by persuasion and succeed guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ed Noh'cs' of Melrose was a visitor a great disinfectant and a preventive
Glover Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hendrix at the home of R. C.
Lake Harris. and Helberger of leg weakness.
thoroughly of your little guest's In- I where ev"ery other method has so far Mr.
formal and,I rnla nir failed. His determination to that and Mrs Ardell Drawdy. Sunday. 6. Don't crowd the chicks in the
'i -- I see
Lake City-Road No. 2 to be hard- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Groon, !Mrs. A. Mr. W. G. Seals and son, W. G., Jr., brooder. Give them plenty of
"EIHe I begged l. "Please" | injustice is removed is unvicldmir. It room.
!
surfaced from this to ..
T
city Georgia Green, Mrs. Amanda Lewis ofHi of Jacksonville, were visitors at the
"They called her.-Anne." line. I will be well for the ussussors to adopt 7. Don't chill the chicks. Keep n
' Green
"I knew it, I knew it, I knew It," I I ia common basis of making assessments :\ und11"14. Saturday andSunday. steady, uniform heat in the brooder.
Minnie J Unites .
cried, "she's done it all!" Jacksonville-St. Augustine road for the Governor hinted that here spent Saturday' Keep the chicks comfortable.

"You don't mean to say ahe spilled to be completed between Davis Creek : other steps would be taken if the use fishing Frances Mamgaret, of Gainesville, 8. Don't forget to keep a constant
I the article that gave Boston such and Bayard. I I of persuasion failed to l bring the dc- Ll'elann.: of Union City Andrew was u business visitor in this section supply of clean, fresh water avail
Knight, of Wurthington S. Monday.
fame?" Ellip was indignant and fell sired result L. Dekle, able.
back Into her usual expressive. slung.I Plant City-Plans under way for I I With the Governor's stand there''' of, Lake Butler were here on business Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Ilinaon and 0. Don't feed when too young. Wait

"That Isn't being done {in these hero widening number of principal down- must be throughout the state instant| Monday Mr. and Mrs. Crocket Mann were visitors I till chicks are 30-72 hours old. Supply
parts.. town streets. I approval. Upon the measure T. J. Dukes railed on P. P. Dekle to Keystone Sunday afternoon. milk and grit. Feed often and lipar-

Marjorie had said that Anne would i i operation afforded him ii'.' the Monday. I Thu many friends of Sirs Cyril ingly. Feed a chick scratch and mash
I Orlando-Tampa syndicate pur- aSlles-1 W. II. Dowling has returned from a Manire will be glad to know that she and feed. And
go to any lengths to win Curtiss I chase 1 sore backed by the proper green don't feed spoiled -
Mooney property for eaten'( I trip to Daytona where he visited his 'Is" improving.
Wright. She had proved it now with- live development. I timent will depend the success of his I son, Jesse Dowling. I' I feed.
; out a doubt. i(I course in asking that the proper of- / SEVEN ST1ILS: DESTROYED 10. Don't neglect the chicks. Pay
I Julian Dekle
who
"Well, what arc you going to do Winter Haven-Contract awarded 'fleers do their plain duty. If this fails i,in Lake Butler with spent his last week I,I HY PROIIIIilllON AOKNTS; : close attention each day and keep
brother
about it ?" Elite asked. "Take my advice for construction of 2-story business the governor has another weapon. It ;I'. Dekle M. them on the go.
{is at home I 1 I
and if your proud and haughty block on East! Central avenue. : is to be hoped that it will be unneces- ( L. again. Jacksonville, March 21. Seven -----
G. Johnson and son Rowan, were This week's Fable: A donkev looked
architect stills several of them
prefers that type, layoff bl.inlthe larger -
Jacksonville -- Ground broken f rerection j in. Lake Butler Saturday on business.'AMERICAN over a bridge and saw a Ford, cur
( "Oh, but }O l1it', you don't under- I IIFF I II ,' modern types, while others turned
stand" I "she. isn'tbold of Elizabeth Swaim -- out only the worst of standing by the roadside. "What arc
tried to explain 1\lomorl./ LIIGION,: poisonous "
I 1111 Methodist church. I / "shine. I you ? asked the donkey. "An automobile .
? about it. She's so darn subtle I I CONVENTION' TO MEET were uncovered anti destroyed "
, that she thing like that I i'ierceOr I I by prohibition agents, who -I replied the Ford. "What dl,I
can (put n | Fort 1,000 carloads j IN; ST. AUGUSTINE; swept "
Curtis without him Ziff March 27.ervlcK were I I the country northwest of you say? asked the donkey.( "I said over Wright : of this season's citrus fruit shipped held Rock '' Macclenny.j I was an automobile "
suspecting that she meant to be the < at Sunday by the pastor, St. AUJt'ustin'-ir'; ;ch 21.-Thrills Baker county Thursday, It replied the
from St. Lucie
least bit unkind. I know Anne... county to date. 'I Elder Moody, of LaCrosse. galore are in store for delegates to nounced! late yesterday by II L. Duncan Ford "Then I am n horse," raid H

"Well, I can't nay she added any I Palatka-Plans under way for construction Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal, of Graham the American Legion Convention in divisional prohibition 1 chief. i I donkey

parks to my afternoon" Kllie: roI of highway to Luke City: spent Sunday here with Mrs. I St. Augustine as the result of contracts While returning to the city about The olor blooms woman's chock

4 I plied. "Tell you what Sullio I'm.. through Columbia, Union Bradford, Dyal's parents | closed by St. Johns Post for niirhtfiill the nirentspu: ,"il 11 car landed I F".,' !Ic'o than tiftten cents week

I shoving off soon for the gay and Clay and Putnam counties. I Miss Rhoda Thomas. has returned an automobile racing classic to be \\ jlh "shim1" They tiled. on its But fur a man, iii prup now.1 '-. j
reckless port known us Miami. What to Daytona where she has employ- I staged on the beach for professional dater to hilt "but he: fused' until | It (0,1a lot to !rO"
I about joining me on my lark ?" Fort Lauderdale-Work to start on ment. She has many friends who regret I drivers and cars on April 6. paint n nose.

'! "I'm ten new homes in IdlewyId. her leaving.! J Sig Huiik'ilshl, world's ,.
not invited, Ellie you're going I I -penI kin :- .. .
:Mr. Pervis Lewis is here visiting with his ,
\ I to visit the Divine, I only know Mrs. Florida Salt Miller straight eight and Divine slightly mid !Muriel wouldn't Springs Corporation his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reed Special of 250 horsepower
will
buys. 7 .0O( acres of land In Marion Lewis..
think of haing, !me down.." I i I head the list of track drivers entered" ,
I and I lake counties for developmentpurposes. Mr. and Mrs. II. Shaw
"Don't and children in the competition DUM I Cushman
get crows' feet over that, Kott.1 i, Offset Motors
I Ellie ,,said "The Divine haven't had 'lof I Pine Hill, spent the week-end herewith driver of the late Darin{ Re ta'" I
I and Lakeland Mrs. Shaw's parents Mr. and French Puugeot machine j
yachts Italian villas so long that -Ten-story office building Bud Put-I

, f they aren't trim) to whoop up acquaintances to be erected at Lemon street and I I Mrs. Thomas. I nnm of Providence, Bob Green,, of >

with those who've been in that Kentucky avenue. !Sirs Howard and daughter, Ellen, |I PitUburg, Larry Stone, of Kansas. 1|I

i ort of business for Homo length of ( of Fairbanks, spent the week-end (Tity, Eldie Daily, of Tampa Wild For I

time. In other words. Sallie, I'm goIng 'ra\'art's-1I1e'Cican Petroleum Company 1 here with her daughter Mrs. R. B.I I Sum Purvis of Jacksonville and severul -

i because one has u marvelous time to build storehouse and two 25- Thomas, and son II. Howard. i> other crack monarch of theroaring

at the Divines and not bemuse I 000-gallon tanks :Mr. and! Mrs: H. E. Thomas anti! road, will also be on the line
1 I( ,,"n. Floyd of Pine }Hill{ spent Sunday when the
think that Mrs.. Divine ever held a I. Orlando-Ferris & Walker Lumber here. starter drops the flag sending IntertypesLinotypes

charter membership. in the Colonial Company, ', with valuable timebr lands i t the field away in the opening
Dames" Mr. Hurbert Crosby, of Brooker attended event.
in this vicinity, to build sawmill. church at Rock Sunday. !j I St.
I couldn't help but laugh. Augustine Is preparing to entertain 1
"You want to do a jazzy get-a-way I Purple martins, blue birds, chicka :Mr. P. \\ Lewis \\'a.n: tarko more than 10,000 speed fans and

and show the whole town you aren't does and, wrens are found to be effoctlvo Monday and Tuesday on business. on April R. making, the day a red I lettir -

pining your head off while Sir Curtis enemies of the cotton boll t :Mr W. M. Hodges and daughter, (;' event 1 in the history of St. John's LinographsThe

I wines and dines the original cat""Yes I weevil and they arc to he encouraged "unsiu spent last Friday here. (Post, and the Ancient City.
Ell it. at the I :Mr. and Mrs. J. W Lewis and chil On Tuesday
you're right I couldn't greatest friend of the farm- April 7th, National
stand that. You see no one ever bothered er. Birds everywhere are the foes of dren spent the week-end at Midway Commander James A. Drain will attend

much about Anne before and insect life, and almost nowhere are son with. their daughter, Mrs. J. O. Denl- I! the Convention and deliver two last word in power. Compact unit Quickly

now I just couldn't bear the humiliation they other than friends of man. The addresses; One on the Legions Child

of her grabbing off Curtiss{ occasional berry or fruit eaten by friends Miss here Ollie Kelley was visiting (Welfare Endowment before the Convention ;:; installed. Simple, operation.

I Wright." birds i-s an easy bribe for their .service Mr. and Mrs.Saturday afternoon. I and a puBlIc address in the ,, :
"Then will ?" she in Harrie Howard entertained afternoon.
you go said excit checking or destroying the vir- I
edly. ulent bui life against which man I Isret { their friends Friday night I The second day of the ('om'enUnn.1.j) One cf those motors has
with just been added
"01 course I will," and I jumpedout to helpless u party. It was well attended i will also feature the Annual Legion |Ii to the Bradford

of bed and hugged her tight. ----- and all reported a good time. I' Parade Contests and the 10-8" Pa- County Telegraph equipment.

(To be continued) Old fashioned head cheese i is n rade and Frolic. i j.

I enact lunehenn, or supper dish with FIVE MILE The first day will feature the bathing i I

A FAI1LK I baked potatoes and a cabbage! salad I beauty revue which will hold) \ the I': Writ. for Details I
Once there was n Senior who took I I Thin dices may be used us a .sandwich Five Mile, March 27.-:Mrs. Levett stage with the speed race,. | i

1 an examination and did not get angry Ailing. and Mrs. J. J. 'ox, of Worthington, The general entertainment j

with the teacher for making it so called on Mrs. P. P. Dekle Friday. of the Convention will feature program i
Pile Cured In <6 to H Rev. street J CUSHMAN ELECTRIC
hard. Day Griffiths filled his regular appointment 1 dances. on the lint and second CO.
.{ -- PnilUlM" *rrriimi ntpnmr U PAZO !' at Five Mile
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to rare. I J., inii. Win,I. .H1!. orrPPrelnt. nga school house 'nings, band concerts with
Jest Out! Dum't l 1t1, number of wllnil facts! novelty/ Concord N. H.rAGE
.Pi Inn 'II. ? !f' hi, 4 rilinn.l you Saturday evening and Sunday. I' In the City Plaza while J IJ
life. Don't. push Sem..n. don't puih. | ud sri rnU"1 .,erp a..r. ttrl ttpplkallim 110o. Mr James Hurst motored to Cross will be dinner and cabaret dances at .










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P. FRIDAY APRIL 3. 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA PAGE TIIREHM

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HOW'S THIS? I burn in other states and countries, ,II

Ifttl.'ft ctTtmill M'vifriNB will per tent of illiteracy, many other <
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Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs a do what' wo claim foe It ;r. I' :i r ey.h m | iiUiK! :>. uitn con. idi II
of Ciitnrrh, or Deafne i- iuma y : uUitn be.-iiit.. 'I IUtAFT I

:' '"' date Catarrh ilAI.I.'S of an CAT.tllltll Ointment.IIRIMI'I.MH which alutGlrIteHeves _no SAiS I'UKI'AUK; : /

Live State News ..e .-,: Internal the catarrhal Medlelne.Inflammation A Tonic, which, and: Foil J FIUUUM; HULL11EEt'IL I'I ( IA
|| ItIG11TW'.YY !
.ta through the flood on the Muroua"mimes
.,\ w.rr.j ,
-----r----r.-uw.ww.-.n..r thus restoring normal condl-
If it bu nocesauiy to light,: thu boll
," Told by Our Exchanges. I *U'.>l.l....by Cheney rtmfftirt*! Co.for. Toledo over 40 Ohio.Toara weevil-make preparation-., lo do n A
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I __ _. now.Such II
I is the udvicu and
behind warning l to :
jelled it warning tu those him
I farmers of Alachuu county l b> AM'III I
New :.Smyrna-Cms organisations", February, during the absence of its I but the warning came too lain. Albert i''Fred U Craft.: .

of Volusiu. county huts Lakou a dccid- parents while delivering milk in Tallahassee I stepped tin thu wire and fell on "Farmers planting cotton this.0.1- ASPIiSAY
ed stand against the free range of that she later died in a hos- his buck across it. It was not until .
son should HO forward now in their
live stock and will attempt to securu ,, pital. the Hire was cut Unit ha was freed i
preparations to tight the dreaded and
the unuclment of a county-wide no- '' While u group of teachers and students iI
fence! law ut the coming session of Plant Citj'-Leon Sweat long: tin\o were standing on the spot a destructive pest by laying in u Mipplvlot' I
Calcium Arsunate. Farmers. hate
the state legislature. resident of eastern Hiltsborough second wire burned nut und came
I I i iTampa 'county was killed and C. W. Standau ,sputtering/ to the ground. One at the too much at stake," Mr. Craft seal to ER: ASPIRIN"an INSIST !

-- A small army of newspajper federal prohibition enforcement teacher heard the noise and quick puss tho mutter up and wait until .

nun, photograpners and moving I'! agent, received flush wounds Friday I' iKtiuii prevented other fatalities.Ft. 'weevils have practically destroyed

pictuiu nun left here for u 50 mile morning: in a skirmish in the vicinity their crop. Start the light now." I! Unk'( =, .lull S": III, "ll.\t'r. l cJin.s:>: mi l iHiMsoti. ;art;

trip to SCM to meet the West Chetac, of a still some miles east of Plant PierceMyrtle: [ Unughtery. 10, Continuing on the subject Agent I I not MliiiK!: ilu :,l'l1l1il1 B.ULT; : Aspirin .ifo
a freighter. currjmg Osborne Wood I Ii I ('it).. Sweat who is said to have been ia in a )local hospital with a bullet Craft declared: pixnal :>:

a i, ,.1 I pasi"nuer.; Wood is en route here at the still when the officer approached wound in the left thigh and another Most of thu information! on the I by ]million! :* and llrcsribetl b$ ph\ ::.id.llIS 2-1 t year; fl'r, t

from' lathe, Spurn: where he boarded I. tired the l first .shut, accoiding to in the right l leg because she c\orns- touting, weevil army is yet to bu had

the vessel utter he is said to haveloi otandau. The olllcer, wounded re- od woman's prerogative and. changIpd but observations etude by some of I Colds I Ho.ulaeheToothaclie Neur.iljjia l.umbagn" l

.1 fortune of mora than a million returned the lire and in the exchange I her mind. Police are seeking Mr. our authorities lust fall and winter '

dollars at vauous Kuropuun: resorts j uf shots Sweat received I a mortal und LUCIUH Kaulorson of Stuart, in give us something tu think of and !tin\ ) Neuritis RhcutnatiMii

I wound. lomicition with the shooting. The work on t

Tumpue"rKe U. White alias ; girl charges, Mrs. Huulerson fret! the "In spite of the dry sunny summer I C "\;C"IH only "Hayc'r" packi..c-;

Jack \Vhite. iiuivicted I here severallmonth. I I Ocula Three barrels which had shots. While on tho operating table in most soclion in 11W4! u (large number S which cotTuhis _
.-, of robbing A. C. Lewis been used containers ; proven: diavtiun.s.IInn.lv .
uo!' i us germicide& :Miss Daughtcry/ told police she had of V.'U11. went into hibernation\ ,
I local, 1 hanker in a d.iyhght hold-up have been stolen from the warehouse attended a dance at Stuart 1U miles with the have I I "nu'I'r"toXl'a\ of 111 tabltits, .
und 1 mild winter wo .\1... b.11I"M'"C
has escaped from a state road camp, I of the Marion county merchant It be- from here and that after the dance, feel I it:! I und 100-Uimfglsts.A .
just paused through we may rlrln I u flu trade mark at FUjir Minufiduro. of Moniwmii-iicliloilvr ,
of
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at Argylu. Although White escapedby came known. The merchant said he I 'rllraAd
Mrs., Haulers.in invited her to go oni safe in saving that We will have quite
i mining from a guard February had reason to believe that the barrels. i In ..Imrt).." She consented she said, u number of weevils. lo conic out this I I

2:>, nothing was given out until a tele- had been stolen to ship moonshine in, but when they reached the outskirtsof spring. Then too there is the -

gram to Commissioner of Agriculture and announced that the barrels were Stuart she decided to get out of the er in this suction to gamble on weath-I| two lay in wait all day for an automobile -. north of Chernw S. C. Tho crime

Nathan Mayo confirmed a rum- '' of wood which was impregnated with car. She claims Mrs. Raulerson told most of our farmers insist on gambl- and 1 that when the opportunity'was I traced to Mortimer King livingnear

or. I' the deadly poison the barrels had her she would be shot if she got out. ing more than they need to. 1 would cume thov bent 1'1..f"orVrhrht tu,> Canton lie confessed and impliIcated -

held. They were kept apart from other She jumped fr'om the car and Mrs[ like to see the farmers in this county I death and robbed hi 111. Roth McClel.1 Frank llarrel. The two admit-

Tallahu ."c-Itail"oad commissioners ', materials. Liquor which had beenin Uaulerson, according to Miss Dough- "reduce" their chances to lose by Ian and Coggeshall deny Scarbor, I ted that they had killed Mcl. ary after -
are elated over the almost complete the barrels few hours would be | of the three nan being picked by him
Rubbery
None i
a tory's story shot her. Passing motorists making preparation to poison for I ough's story. I up
restoration of order in the 1 likely to kill anyone who drank it, found the girl and brought her toI weevil control if it becomes necea- yet! been tried. was tholr motive. They were electro-

movement of freight over South authorities said. the hospital. I Gervis Itloodworth and Willii i, cuted at Columbia, S. l'. on December l
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Florida roads. All embargoes have I vary ''l
I I I "I am not sure just what calcium Jones. two youths of Taylor county,,,, I. 1112 I.
now been lifted and road and build. Avon Park-Ott Tillman was liter
I Orlando-Clifton Sawyear, son of ursenalu und will cost the lia., both of whom are under sentencetu I In all of I the recent highway murders
materials are with much ally blown to pieces on the roud between I syrup '
ing moving
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Idle- the criminals
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sawyear of farmer this spring, but if those of bo hanged were cunvicted of murdering lio.vs are
speed. There is at present a shortageof Avon Park and Okeechobee wild Park Orlando was instantly Howard Underwood whu,, '' The two who sleep In murders'
I that will take the
curs for the movement of sand over when a match he struck to light a you are interested '
killed when he into (the two under sentence to be
nccidently ran graves
al' the of Good Samarium
take played part
with it
mutter up me, or up :
the Seaboard Air Line but officials cigarette ignited fumes in a -
/ supposedly
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home. the three who held
front of his 'hanged
tank the live wire in a community project I will be glad, to them. Underwood, an elderly man, are being
be .
that
expect to reini'dicM noon.West which he empty. sitting.gasoline Ilia brother upon, The bu.\'s father, night operator at I I to handle the buying of materials, in'' wan driving outside of Adler, in., on1I'l'.ml..r for trial, fro all youths.
was
Palm liuach-After five Bert Tillman, sitting on the other the West Side Ice Company told the ''a cooporulive waj, und get what you 3:i, 1U2:1:!:!, when he! met thutwo I Killing the Gaud; Samaritan seems a

hour, .deliberation, a jury ,exonerated' end of the tank, was injured but not sheriff and coroner that he recalled lined) as cheap us possible., I will also boys' plodding along the road, to be a boy's mine..1

1 Dr. (;rally llrantley, Luke Worth' seriously. Tillman, who was married seeing the wire lying on the dirt sidewalk be glad to ussist you in any other way und stopped his car when they begged ,t HINT I'ltOM 'YlfKIHTOU: :

phvsician. who for two days has aced ; two weeks ago was working on the as he left home for work but I po.ssiblc in produi tug a prolilubleI1 for u ride.Evidence 1'- '

trial. in a $0,000 damage suit tunk, which had been moved thirty ,, thought it wan a telephone wire and :I1 of cotton." | : at the trial showed that 1 Notice correspondents: [Please do i

brought bj 7 joar old Harriett UI'vi.,1 I days ago und was to have been put 'neglected to report it. C. C. Lundiiy, aneighbor i 'II liliiotlvvorlh and Jones shot. Under not mention in your weekly news letters

I' of that town through her mother,1Mrs. I underground this week for tilling station. passed in his automobile. I Sllll'I'UU.s CAN 4O\\ ItoU'I'lEI'ItESS wood. to death, then .stalled to the the culls mode by the young men "..'

: Lucy Sarvis. The charge alleg-I 1' and yelled when he saw, the led inert 1'IA. SOU'I'IIEAS'I'ERNAUautta river. to ,dispose( of the body. but when of yoqr neighborhood at tho home of

ed that a" a result of treatment ad- on the ground with the current arcing (.in., MUI'dl1.: !. Joint tile car bccamu mired, they i'if led the young InI".". While interesting to the

mll1lsLered by the physicist u year I rernandina -- Induations are that between the wire, the boy's hand through routes Mont a large number dead putt ii'" pocket and lied, and 1 tint ones concerned. tins is not an item of

UI-O the child broke her right IIrm I April will be a heavy month for shipments and the ground/ H. (i. Mathews another of olllce.of ihe American Express lime of their doom I was only an hour news .Htrirllv Hinted, to publicntlon.M .-'.
the hand has become ddormed of phosphate from this port. nciuhbor e hearing the si'i"cum ..1I"n inzclto..
I und Company lo i.HU. .'.es of I be Southoit.s- oil'. when II court order was Issued '
for life. I The Norwegian steamship Lama: an to thei one just In time to prc- i ..____ _
1 postponing' the hanging because the
tern l L'; t'uiipuiy, r'tabh'hcd( !> by '
\pic-H I
the mother from throwing her- IHH HUM.IUB ,
which bus been account ofheavy vent i
,. delayed on xinlfold had \bleu built out in the openwith _
the two conformity
1 in
Tallahassfc Sale of 08 acres of north Isrlf! on her son to tear him from theclutches loinpiinies I h ;
state' land located a short distance I gales to arrive of Huttoras Three is other expected of tht1 wire. Mathews. returned !' with the opinion of the Interstate only then board faire around it, 1: One of these posts killed, now will ,
Sunday. ( ommerue,' Comiiii.sMuii became effeitive mid the ('xe'uliun to a large extent prevent a largo number from being
east of Scbrmg in Highlands county, steamers which are due this week I home, whore he secured a
on Wednesdity, .March U.;>th. I l would havu been public which is hatched later on to not only annoy
was authorized by trustees of the internal und which will lift considerable Lon.naKe 'plank, and l pulled the wire from the
Shippers desiring lo give the aguninl: the licorgiii/ law, Three more 'people, but lo carry dangerous diseases -
improvement fund in their I body.. lie received a severe shock
of rock the Oeriiiuu
weekly session here. Purchase price phosphate' are British- through' the wet plank, he said. Southeastern its long haul on business times. has scntcncu been deferred on I to t them. Flies breed In11th\ .

steamship Cronshagen, I __ moving through Washington legal points.lln and the presence of flies' Indicates, the J j
of the land was $36 per acre. Anothcr { steamer Greculdy and the Dutch ----- --- I .
tract of 30 acres in Polk county I j Burgerdijti. I CENSUS: : (OK UNION:' COUNTY I II IS Richmond Cincinnati Louisville '' .1! ly: 1 2, I'.ILM: Major Samuel H. existence" in the neighborhood of

':. was sold for $50 an acre. Trustees I steamship ;j j I I'lKST TO UK COMPLHTKI: Cairo Jacksonville Savannah Mem- McL.oai.v" of (Ih,' coast artillery corps( Hllli of some kind. a

agreed to advertise 640 acres of I i Tampa-Jennie Sacco 10-year-old Iphis, or Montgomery can now do so wet nut fium, ;Noifulk" V'n to report.

school land in Dixie county to be Italian girl, who shot and probably 1| Total Population 1,873 With !\''um.I by rectifying any line of tbu iinllion at Kort l"ultrr. Two weeks laterbis lo Cure a Cold In one Day

sold according to competitive bids. fatally wounded Simon Marc-ndes. a I tier of Persons Residing in land II half routes included in the manu-lod/ Imdv w.i' found, hlliC"Illl'n I Ia iikiI I A X AIIV( 'K: IIH"\m, QUININE!: (Tallinn 1,
40 year old merchant expressed regret Lake Butler 768. I Koutheas turn's Routing. Guide which bv animals, ", altout ,./. "'11 miles Hii>1"iilir limilli, mill", I HnaUwlia. end wnrktulTlhlolil .
1 '' t W. I.HOVrS: uliiiiniunt mi i each bu. Wta.This .
Cottondale The "squeeze cross- when authorities informed her 'I 1 has. been filed with the Intiistalo'

ing" which has been built near here that the merchant was still alive. 'I, Tallahassee, !March 2'J.: -The state '' ('"l1Imen'c Connnission and pluied at ,,

to forestall accidents on the railroad 'Hospital attaches staled that there agricultural department announces I' the disposal of shippers und receivers'' rrctlon then turn around an.1(0

is attracting a great deal of attentionand was little hope for his recovery. No I I the folowing preliminary statistics of express trulllc. I \ the other way, that', their charm. I

scores of men in the road con I formal charges have been placed Iof',I population for Union county, the I The Routing Guide contains lists Week

tracting business, have viewed the against the girl pending the outcome |I I first county to make sufficiently cllm"r..lu of slulioiia in Floiida, New Jon/llIlId,1: Clothiers gathered in solemn

narrow approach and asked about itsl I oftMurcudus' condition. Tho young I cud accurate returns for the New ork. New Jersey I'ennsyl- eonclavo decluo that the "real ""n- I

usefulness. Since the installation oft i Woman, a mother of n six weeks old I 1 I state census. of 1125. The county enumerator '''vnnia, Delaware! .Maryland, li.-tri. tlor.mn" mint have a dllferent '
1' 10;. [,. Rogers of Lake Butler nvcktie lot, very. >hirl, thus
guard baby, shot the man in u court room in i juf "Columbia, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Inn artistic taste
the county building. He had been on i|1' sent in the returns for one precinct Illinois.'' Wisconsin,, Minncsola Iowa I Ills and"dniiionstratinif Ida eMlu
here. I I trial on a statutory charge brought about a week after the census ;\ ..url. Nebraska, cud Arkansas ,' less' doubtless, Is desirable.'! Out J JIf I
by the gnl's father. After an hour'sdeliberation i begun in February) and the remainder I from which the shipper may roil ti' hu 'II v each young American for each
West Palm Beach William N. '
a mistrial was declared. within a month. I business using tine .Soulheu.slernthrc.iiih : fancy shirt. and necktie. that he

Space assistant advertising' manager I As Ifturciidus prepared 1 to leave the The county total does not includethe the designated.l gateway. would like to have, would develop I

of thu Lakeland Stur ; loom Miss Sacco jumped to her feet prisuiiLMs, ..s on the state farm at i In announcing the opening of thrI I ,g. :k-- I a real! working Idea, the country
I
George Harmon also of that city, hada took u pistol from the baby's rubes Itnifoid, who will be enumerated Belaratl'ly. new through routes, i'residunt J. l':. By Arthur n.. $bane would be hotter air than with every

narrow e-cupu fl',11.Iellth. when I and Ii red. Flames from the set Figures are given for the 1! rfk.igtrs!' of the .v.outheasturn, stated II necktie factory working full hhHt.WAKI' .
gun A known hi I .
the rely by doilies
automobile in which they werodriving file to u blanket wrapped ubout the'' whole county, and for its county sent that they had been worked out by thug I r; UP belongs man in the, parrot hour ,
fiom Fort Pierce left the roadat ,, and
child. This, she stated prevented her only incorporated town Lake two companies in an i-ll'ort to give.shippers I AGAIN WOMAN CHANGES --
n high rate of speed and overtuln-
: from Butler. As the county was established the benefit of the most expeditious .
ed. Harmon received a scalp wound firing again The young woman THE MOVIES TODAY T\\'(lnt.)y one yi nrs ago about
'' since the federal
of -
I census 1020 no routes! for thenex
to' moving
told authorities that he
planned 2MUJl( ( pi-oplo) went once a week: ,
from the Mi'ins glars, and Space suffered kill the man if ho should deny that he':1 comparisons with earlier censuses pi ess trafllc. BQBSED! I HAIR HEADACHES) to the moving pictures. The or led
a severe gash in his right legj I tan be made. |1 I -- I
was the father of her child. ut nd>iils dori was actually fiverents.
and right hand. Both were badly ( j I Union Lake I! KILLING( MAN ilVLNi( "LIFT" I The/ War Hen" iiloienl' I mldilng Now bnlwoen.. seventeen '

/bruised' and shaken: up. I Orlando-A man judged! to bo )| County Butler I I' IS FKEUUENT CRIME; : I its ">)"> .II.J "kill\( up a little, or- and twoi'ty-twn, I"nll..n.1111/ to se4

about 50 years of age, and identified\ Total population .. 4878 768 28.--Mlurder.I tiers KlitJllvo, living inutthlni, I lie moving ,picluiiM regularly, HIM
Orlando Six horses in winter :
Atlanta Ga. March :!
I I :
by spectators us J. T. Brunnen, of'' Whites :ajH8 r>:ii: mude ill the, Initrd I .stales.' Fur the prices run'. up t" throe ,Iolla"liAtn
training on the Orlando track were (Ing the Good :.Samaritan who 1 pu ks. __ sciil. Kntri:: 'pines glow" rapldlf!
I'inu Castle, was killed, shortly before Mule ._ 1706 208 machines by tie t'utti.t cuma
burned to death this morning when 2 o'clock by the northbound At-' Feimilc Id92 205 you up on tho highway and gives you pallY $2.r>(0onO will InJJUi'l' 1, and,, for In the Piped: Mates when people
one' of tin ten-stall frame annexes to | {' a ride. in his automobile, I is IletllIIl";' I venty-llvit from the Oouglan company become really ,interested.
!antic Coast Line train No. HO, whim Negroes 1886 235 I
the WhIte stables here he such that --
was razed bya a frequent criino motor- 'MI<:J.OOO. about Thut's.
lire of unknown origin. Three of u touring cur in which he was driving Male _. 714 109 'i I-IM I lire stepping hard, now, when u tart and multiplied by a hundred, Mend,, has a bad IIOld.I ,

the nine horses kept in the annex, as run in front of tho oncoming tram at1 I,I Female 671 120 'i I wayfarer hall them on u lonely I Jt would give the country a goon be pour, sniilH, bow, say "I never

well as the live men sleeping in the Columbia street. According to spectators I Persons per Dwell'g 4.63 4.31' stretch< of road. The business of ofI I beginning for an air Heel. aw you looking better; but don't 'I
and the engineer of No. 8U, as Persons per family. 4.62 4.31 shako hands.
I east end of the building were saved the car neared the tracks the driver ,, Per cent under ten I i I I taring a ride to pedestrians, even on I I Fortunately Henry Ford l and his That Is the, advice of Dr. Bund'wall
but the I loss of the six horses is
estimated city streets is gelling lo bl! dungerexcupt -
slowed down and then apparently I I years old 28.6 26.1 '" ant Kdael 11. Fold are in the aircraft of Michigan University,
at around 100000. IVr ;"H" in broad daylight. field They .'III Ut us know Influenza I i-i spread by handshake
believing that he could make the I| cent under one
I|I 'Iwo men have been electrocuted, what a flying\ murldne ought to Ing. You get the germs from |
O'ula-Ocula is recording two of crossing before the train put on [| one year 2.22 2.08 1 two are under sentence of death sod cost, and something about the friend's, hand, transfer them t0'

the largest sales in its history. The speed, and wus smashed head on by i!i The statistics of families and ages I I I three others are in jail here waiting theory that the "flying\ life" of an your handkerchief and then to your

most. important and probably the the train. Witnesses say that the Impact -'j' are for both races combined for they I trial for shooting boating to death roplan0 engine I III only about IOU nose.

very largest sale ever to take placein hurled the car as. high as the :'iitnnot be separated at the present !<' men who them lifts.I hour The Fords. will give you -

the city is the announcement that engine throwing the driver out of thu'; stage of the work. |I I The latest gave of these assaxiinatioiiHI I an engine that without expensive Handshaking. li foolish and a/-

the Florida Power Company ownedby machine. The car was completely demolished 1 The percentage of persons under 'I I was tho murder of Professor! W. C. renewal of parts, will fly around chide, anyhow as foolish a* Indian j
the Messrs. Camp has been sold to by the train and when a jour old should represent the birthrate i I thu world ten times.. They don't rubbing noses. Primitive man j
Wright!' superintendent of schools in" believe in abort lived Mtretched out his' riirht hand tpas I
an engine u*
Fitken I of found the victim was dead. Both' hundred I
and New York per pretty
Company, well
says I'litnam county, Georgia. Ben Kppi; an foe creaM cone. how there was no knife In I it, ami !
The ,, will bu legs had been broken one broken Hr. n. M. Harper in of
City. name chanced to arm charge the u traveling salesman, found I'rofes- to reassure the stranger. T lat'" '
the Florida Power Corporation. and the face badly lacerated and < cnsUH complications, but for the fact' I
I 'I sor Wright's;' body in a gulley ton Just a* the virtuous complain hardly necessary now.
it was believed that death was instan- that Home children ten or eleven that leave nothing to the I
mdos from Ktttonton ( The bonoi women
Center Hill-On account of the immense taneous.OrlandoAlbert. months. old culled "The headache !
are
a year old by I of his. head had been beaten into his imagination, they suddenly deride shingle of ,
I bean crop at Center Hill parents. The percentage under ten is to cover up again. "Ores, I Ie to "bobbed hair neuralgia," has, arrived
I which is rapidly maturing the growers Little 10-year-old more likely to be correct and it would i brain and his body unshed and be more subtle" this season/ than and was inevitable. Bill>fin
are unable to handle it with local son of Mr. and Mrs George Little be equal to thebirth-rate per thousand | broken as though it had been in the other soaaoat. women, not content to cut the)* I

labor and are advertising in Florida Fuller Crossing was Instantly killed under 10, and no people moving In i grip of a wild beast That bnt saying much, for there hair short, actually allow the bar

papers for 3,000 pickers needed to when he came In contact with a live I i if there were no death of children or i I Kppa hurried him to a hospital, and subtle about a lady ber to shave the buck of the neck,


handle the crop 1,000 wanted for wire carrying 2,300 volts. The lad a I out of tho jbcfoio, his death the profoxior gained bareback to her waist in the uncovering that part of the body
I I community he states. The
I consciousness long enough to evening' wits a skirt above he most .scnsive'! to cold the little
:March ::ln, 1,00 for April 0, and another student at Oeoee school, was march- true birth-rate in Union for say
county hollow at the balM of the skull.
in line with, other when that ho was on his way to Union knees in the Jay time.
additional. thousand for April ing students i j i 1924 for both races combined it Cut your hair that way then
( Impel school when he met three
the tragedy occurred. The first
n. boy probably about 30 per thousand. !Dr. But fashion really mean to remotor with your buck to the
the road who seemed have
to 11I"1\
in the line barely missed stepping! on Harper otnt(>". "n \ form for the moment. Arm that driver and you have found the
Tallahassee-Trustees of the Carnegie thu wire. He received" a shock whenhe The complete report of the : walking a long way' und were have been naked. ',on, the top of short cut to acute neuralgia endthe

Hero Fund at Pittsburg, Pa., stepped into a pool of water a,'ross 'I which will not be ready for several census He puked them up in bin car, and shou! !..r down !looking IA pneumonia i
I have been asked to award a hero med- which the broken wire had fallen and months will show the next thing he knew one of them some mottled eauej like( : H butcher -w

al to Susie. May Hamrick, the six- itv: and for whites every and county and hud hit him a terrible blow on the hop exhibit are DOT le t.. COT At Council Bluffs, Jaiper 5fo-

r year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. /No Worms In a Healthy Child 'I. the nelCl'Oesp- head. erne with, "Fcft raytlerloun vll1DonlLld twanty-MTen genreing"
W. Hamrick who conduct a dairyfarm All cbUilrrn troubled with Worm have aa unhealthy arately, number of persona over Later, on the Uaniolxville highway / Thank for that ...ah ot old pleats\ guilty to criminal\

on the Lake Bradford road, wiry which lodnate par blend sod .as and under 21 (and various other the (police arrested K.: J Scarborough, without the rnyiitai-v Art >h"wU aiiiaalt tfi with n an hour I U

near this city. The little girl is given rule there U more or, leu wiroach diMurbaoca. ages ) their occupations number F. L. Coggeahal! and F. W. :McClnllan. of brilliant color*, sofa "to re- .""Len<.>' v. II.'" Imprljonmenk.
(.HOVE TASTELESS hill TONIC: liven' regularly I "
The', bt".r Fran
credit for making a heroic effort to fur two or three w-rks will enrich the bkjmi. Improve I The Quinine That Doe Nat Affect( The i After several day in jail Scarbor- yea! rfmll'ln ty, will cater up u ft a Iruch'nj f
HeldPm"T In
sheet
almost ,werrthlne/ J. or
I save the life of her smaller sister the dinr>tK>a.sad act a*s General Scmuttheolnil ... .. uiigh' confessed, declaring) however, ; treat ... '. aptbllon
I .
Took to the wh'Jf nystrtn. Nature will then ;fJ"u"1'1; ; rffert LAXA Thus agaiI '! we l learn that t It .y; .. sf rl. r' yaw Three ,
from being burned to death. They"un"or throw offer dispel rh. .worm. sod the Child will be br eayrMle without" 'I'-I./o.r' riininal: n.bt.UJ ran be .._... I that the .crime was done by :McCIel- I I. always.trace! k.1or: "........ i. ,..'urt.nu'ifv possibility of .

child was 10 badly burned on to perfect.heaith. Plea-- aot to aka Me( pet"bottle.. Ul the bud L.w,cKUVbS ommuiiM M40.luj oo bee rtnJLn 31St, '' Ian and ';"t'tfushall.' lie said, that the WODMA ft *- '-. **- ....-
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BRADFORD COUNT GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL 3. 192'e.l'R I

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p---- -- I Itel'!<.'E.elvn and Keeth, were the here Sunday. I I I WOODLAWN I her sufferings. She leaves to jnoorn
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guests! of Mrs. Birt's mother, Mrs. 1 W. Ates and F. B. Johns, of Max- | her loss a father and mother, four
Woodlawn, April; 3.Mr and Mrs! ,,' brothers and four sisters. The baby
Goosby, of Alachua county this neck. ville, were business visitors here Mon- ,: .
Prof. C. T. Lawborne and Miss day. Arthur Crews, of Raiford, spent Sun i!was laid to rest in the Dyal cemetery

ei Williams were shopping in Gainesville H. B, Hudson made a business trip, day here the guest of }lr. and Mrs.D. .1 'Tuesday morning. The many friends
Qlesraa ] B. Browning. I 1 of the with them
?..1 this! week. to Starke Tuesday. family sympathize
: Mrs, Clyde Carmicheal{ returned! to'""in their loss.
Mr. Lynn Hall and family locatedin Bob Carter and family: moved here
the Miller cottage, in the eastern Monday' from Yukon. Mr.' Carter is her home at Wildwood Sunday after" ;,

----. part of town this week. engaged in the cross tie business.I spending a week here the guest of her NOTICE

SO and lilt> Miss Daisy Moore left last Tuesday I i L. A. Marr, of Lawtey, was transacting parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rolse: 'j i

lioiic-s'y for Clearwater, where she will business here Tuesday. i Misses Lois and Gladys Norman,, I Important meeting of the Starke
I ---- --- -- ---- -- -- i Hamlet is Debbie and Marguerite Phillips at- Growers' Association will be held
--- visit her brother, Cecil Moore. i C. E H. Dudley, of at
I WOMAN> 1.1.1 1 I MKETIMi. Dr-, \\',Imot Brown, of Augusta j Mr. and Mrs. Allie Pearce, of South spending this week here on business. I tended the Union Meeting of the New the Courthouse Saturday, April 4, at
,
of Atlanta,
Herbert Fowler, River Association at Sunday.
and Lawtey
C>a Florida, visited Mrs. Pierce's father, i 3 p.
Ga., were guests from Saturday to Lonnie Harley, of Lawtey, was a m.Cooperative buying
Starke will; L. II. Bedenbaugh this week. i BROOKER
Club! of
Wornar< I i iI
The G. W.
Mrs. ,
Tuesday of Or and visitor here Wednesday.A .
monthly club meeting -- J. L. Johnson and family left this With Co-operative selling,
hold its regular Brown. I week,, for Island Grove where Mr. I :: large crowd from here attended Tends to keep
at the club house Wednesday afternoon | Brooker, April 3. Mr. and Mrs. 0.
Davis and Son's Show at Lawtey Fri-
3 30 o'clock., ThepreII 1 Johnson has accepted a position as G. of Waldo, were the Your bank balance swelling.PRESBYTERIAN .
April 8, at : Mrs. :Mabel Miller and children of i I Strayhorn, day evening.
t department will have charge of Jacksonville spent several days here : telegraph operator on the S A. L. i guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. j
d I Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall and Rev. Miss Debbie Phillips pent Satur-
: M. Hazen
Sunday.
the of her mother, ,
the home
program.A last week at I
( and Mrs. E. S. Taylor, attended the Jacksonville day in Starke the guest of her uncle
of the afternoon will)\ be Reddish. Carl Ward, of was
book feature shower which it is hoped will Mrs. Sallie v Union Meeting/ of the Christian Association -: the guest of his mother, Mrs. T. P. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs A. O. Strick- Morning services at the usual

a of future club Mrs. E. E. Burney and Mrs. II. R. < at Graham Sunday. I Ward Sunday. land. hours.
form the nucleus a SUrk I Iva Thompson, of Maine, is visiting There will be no service in the eve-
and club member Sapp were visitors to Monday Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rhymes, of
3ee Each every i
library. members of the church attendIng
friends here this week. ning,
;it asked to bring to the meeting a afternoon. __ I(I REPEAL EUGENIC; I Dukes, were the guests of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Norman, of the union service' at the Metho-
book this to be her contribution to MARRIAGE LAWi Mrs.. E. J. Lewis, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Richard Smith and of Jacksonville, were the guests of rela- dist church.
the library. If possible bring a new I Mr. and Mrs.' L. A. Brown,
book, and bring a good, interesting family, of Jacksonville, motored to i Statute Die in Nebraska After Eigh- Starke, spent the week-end here with tives here Monday.
I MRS. DAVE DYAL
Lawtey Sunday afternoon.Rev. I teen Months. home oiks.
read-
book, one that you have enjoyed Death of Infant I

; ing and want others to share. Fiction, R. D. Bevis-and family moved I,!i I Omaha, Neb,-March- 23.-Nebras- ; Mr.' and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and The six weeks. old daughter of Mr. Mrs Dave Dyal, a resident of

non-fiction poetry-there is muchof IP Melrose the first of the week. i| ka's famous eugenics marriage law, daughter, Eva, of Starke, attended and :Mrs. J. S, Norman died early Hampton, died early Thursday morning -
this fine literature in the world, which was to revolutionize the business church at New Hope Sunday. Monday morning of spinal meningetis after a short illness. Mrs. Dyalis

and let us share it with each other.CLt'li Mrs. Fortune Moulin, of Jackson- i.I of Dan Cupid in this state, has E. M. Hazen was attending to having been sick only a few day., j a s:ster of Mr. S. R. Johns, of

ville, visited relatives here Sunday : proved a flat failure and the legislature business in Jacksonville Tuesday. All that medical skill and kind friends Starke. and has many other relatives
__
I of
Lucian Hazen of
HOOK SHOWER has just repealed. the law underan University could do was done to releive her of an"I friends in Bradford county.
Robert Tanksley, of Gainesville, i Florida, was the week-end guest of

I Don't forget to bring/ your book to spent Sunday here with his uncle and eighteen months' trial. 'his parents, Mr. and Mrs G. W. Ha- -
next Wednesday aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore. I:I i Nebraska lovers simply refused to -
the Woman's Club meeting I I I be uplifted. They knew what they zen.Mr.'. and Mrs. C. S. Wardsworth, Jr.,
afternoon April 8! Let books us Mr. and Mrs. W.'M. Bryan visited 'wanted and they knew they didn't.want are spending some time in Sarasota.Mr. GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
tee how many new, interesting Starke afternoon.
relatives Sunday .
in ; to be "uplifted" in the way the
and Mrs. R A. Weeks
but were
have in the club library,
we can I! I uplifters wanted them to They & RITCH
go. ,
each one must contribute to make J. B. Rowe I is transacting business I the guests of friends! and relatives
wanted to in the oldfashionedI
{ marry here REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
club Sunday.
week.G.
this
>
this a success. Are you as a in Baker county
and they didn't want to be both- :
member, going to do your part? If I, way Drew Reddish end William Han- INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE,
W. Roberts was a visitor to ered with a lot of "for your own I of Heilbronn and Jeff Roberts
,
book Wednesday large ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE
so, be there with your I good" laws. And when the uplifters ,
Hampton Sunday. of Lawtey, were with friends here BONDS LIABILITY
afternoon. I made things too obnoxious for them, Sunday. I ,

20111 CENTURY liKIIXiB CLUB Mr. Beagle, of Jacksonville, visited I I' the lovers simply got up and left the Miss Annie Reddish, of Heilbronn, ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
friends In Lawtey Sunday. state. When they came back they
I' was with friends here Sunday. -

Miss[ Mablc Wellcr and her cousin, Lonnie Harley, of Titusville, is were married. V. U. Hazen, of Waldo, was the I
J. J. Truby, entc-rtamed the 20th Century spending a few days here with hilipar..nte i I The principal "plank" of the law guest of frineds and relatives here

Besides Undue the club Club members Thursday enjoying evening ,, Mr. and-Mrs. A. II. Harley.P. I was intent a provision to get married that ten days'had to noticeof be Sunday.Cephas Harrell, of Jacksonville, : We can charge your

this affair there were several invited G. Haigler and W. II. Burt, of posted on a bulletin board in the was a week-end visitor here YES 8 HRS

guest Hawthorne, were visitors here Friday : court houses where any one could see }Ir. and Mrs P. A. Crosby attended -

Red roses and amaryllm hllies were I it. And then there were a lot of ob- the t.'nionIeetlng: at Lawte\ Storage Battery In I

used to decorate the living room noxious and personal questions asked Sunday.

I where the bridge tables were arranged Frank Green, of Waldo, spent Sun- I of both the bride and the groom. The i Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Futch, of Law-

'", and home-made candy was servedon day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. answers to the obnoxious questions tflY were with friends here Sunday

+ the tables during the game. Charles Dinkins. were open to the public. Gene Grover, of Sumner, will be

t Mrs. F;. L. Biggs and O. L. B: asley Bryant, Reddish, of Jacksonville, This law was enacted in 1923 and here with homefolks for some time

I / Won the bitch prizes, while S. L. I'eek spent Sunday here at the home of his became operative in July of that year i, Mr. and Mrs Willie demons and
and MrK. F. F Stump made and received The immediate effect was that mar- Mrs Melton all of Jacksonville
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish. were
consolation prizes. The guest I riages in Nebraska fell otf about two- the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John

.r : prize was awarded to I. Wymun. Mrs V. R. Reddish is visiting relatives thirds. Correspondingly, marriages Clemons Sunday.

? At a late hour delicious refreshments in Miami this week.. I in adjoining states increased in the Cyrus Hoover, of Starke, was attending -
were nerved proportion that Nebraska marriage I to business. here Tuesday. SakeMcKinley
1
Reddish of Jacksonville
Miss Eldrldglt decreased.
I Mrs. Jane
Osteen, of High Springs,
Ht 111 1.\1 AFTKKNOON: was a weekend visitor at the I Council Bluffs became the Gretna was here last week with her mother,

JIKIIH.K Cl.L'lt home of her mother, Mrs. Sallie Red- Green for Eastern Nebraska, and, Mrs. Emilly Abbott.

dish. whereas, the marriage clerk that
in
;; I Roswell Ward, of Jacksonville
Mrs L. Wymho.te... to the ___ town had ,
formerly put in most of his
Friday Afternoon Bridge Club at her I The Union Meeting of the New time spent a few days here with his mother -
J performing other duties in the
home on Went Madison street. River Baptist Association which was t i! clerk's office, his business Mra. T. P. Ward, last week
After several rubbers of bridge it I held here Saturday and Sunday was became marriage while on his way to Wildwood where
so heavy two assistants
was found that Mm.' J. I. Peek hal largely attended by preachers and I were I hj will be agent on the local freight
employed. Kansas
Marysville Den-
" i won first prize, and Mrs F. L. Turner 'delegates from all over the district. I between Wildwood and Lake Wales. '
Cheyenne Sheridan Yankton '
I Iver S. Miss Opal Hazen, of Gainesville
made low.
had
Mrs. Wyman nerved pressed, chlclen \- Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville, D, and Sioux City became the /great was the guest of friends and relatives
marriage points for Nebraska lovers. and
wan in town Sunday. here Sunday.
I
and Ice tea.
saltines, pickles --- -. :Nebraska preachers rebelled, but it
i Remember B. Y. P. U. next Sunday
Home-made fudge wan served on the Mr. and Mrs. Rowe of did :
i Macclenny, no good. Many of them had been
night
at 730.: We wish all membersto
card tables during the game week-end visitors at the home of the "
were among "uplifters. But they got be Sound
present and take part in the In- MoneyIt
Club member present: Mesdames Mr.' and Mrs. J. B. Howe out of the class before the law had
Edward Burns, O I.. lloanlcy, N. I been in effect a month There were no renting program The program is '
Sternberg, O I,. Ilaynes, F. I. Turn George White, of Starke, was a busi- more marriage fees. as follows:

er, G. M. Inman, J, L. Peek, S. L 1 beans coming/ on for the market. I' Jewelers lost all trade in wedding Lord.SonIC: I Know I Love Thee Better was the martyr President William

Alvarez reek, 1.lIlIlIellIable and Alice! Tharin.Wuller, Aileen Robert Dinkins, of Jacksonville, rings: that is, Nebraska jewlers lost I Opening Prayer-II. R. Brown. I II McKinley' who made the term "sound
this
was a Sunday visitor at the homeof trade. Business of that nature Scripture Reading-T. D. Pinhol-l money" famous. President McKinley wasa
TAWTKYLawtey his parents Mr\ and Mrs. Charles went to the jewelers in other states ster. .

Dinkins.Mr. along with the marriages.The I Talk on the Lesson-T. B. Pinhol- !' great believer in banks tie frequently
April 3.-Lane McLeod very people the uplifters had step
Hoover the of tried to catch and I i advised his friends to bank their mone>'.
and sister, MISH Lena, and Miss Key- photographer, prevent their getting I Song: The Old Rugged Cross
molds, of Melrose, were visitors here 'Starke, was in town Monday after- married just went on getting Introduction-Leader. l'I I
| A bank account Is for
a cure
li Monday. I noon. His business here was to take married in other states and comingon : God's Grace Given Through Christ worry.
some pictures of a 3-acre cabbage back to Nebraska to live. The law '
Mrs' F. A. Scott of Starke, was a.business I -Guy Harrell. Are you a bank depositor ?
mile north after
::1 'patch, one of town, belong- eighteen months' operation resulted God's Grace Not an Accident- ,
-. visitor here Monday. inK to J. T. Moore. The cabbages are ,I in total failure to accomplish Wilson Russ
If
(l you are not start an account with
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards and of the Charleston Wakelield variety a ingle purpose it was expected to I''I Jewels from the Son of Paul- '

children, of Jacksonville, spent the :1 and are an good as we ever saw, and accomplish. Florence Ward.QuotationsResole. us loday.Bradford.
we have Been a good many cabbage I I Sentiment finally crystalled into I
week-end here with relatives and Colson, J. B. I
friends. I patch. and have raised some our- combined opposition, and when the Russ and Rosalee Ward. I Ii
nelveH Deludes the cabbage Mr." I legislature met in
January of this I i A Precious Gospel Gem-II. B j
Mr. and Mrs. E D. Norton, of I Moore has about 25 acres of corn and year one of the first bills introduced'' Crosby ';

Jacksonville, were visitors last week hentiH coming on for the market. I'was one to repeal the eugenics law I Duet-Two girls.
;,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs\ Perry -- -J IiAMI''roN and to restore the old order. Joy Seeks Expression LivingstonRuss. County BankBradford
Ittnkins. But the uplifters died hard .

Robert Moore, of Jacksonville I Hampton, April 3.::"H. O Wiggins, "Going to repeal" this law that's so I i Christ Connection Link-Mrs. J. 'i County's Financial Stronghold
good for them? they naked
of Starke, was a business visitor here D. Baxter. I
pent Sunday here with his parents I Established 1889 STARKE FLA.
this week. They then prepared a bill "outlawing" i| Faith ,
the
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore. I Brings Blessings-Lyon
i|I Mrs. W. R. Jackson. :Mrs. J. C. Cad- the marriage of Nebraska peoplein Crosby I I

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barber and I well and Mm. G. V. Knight returned I II other states and declaring such Some !Splerrjid Resl ts-\In.: T. P.

children, of Macclenny, were visitorsto I I to their homes, here this week. | marriage illegal in \T'jl.i-u.sk I Ward. *1.Closing I I

Lawtey Sunday. Mr and Mrs.' Maud Wesley and son, But the storm of public sentiment Song: Christ Receiveth'
I (,Charted of Waldo, attended the Union I II engendered", by the threat of the new Sinful !Men. i

,- Mrs O W Roberts and baby left I meeting. here last Sunday bill WOK so great that the bill wan I -- -- -- I i

; Sunday for DeLand where they will ,I E J. King wa a busn.< visitor withdrawn and eugenics law of 1933 Florida Salt Sprinirs Corporation

spend a few days with her parents, to Starko this week. abrogated buys 'j .ooo acre of land in Marion ,

Mr. and Mrs. Tatum. I !Mrs. D. W !Moore, of Theressa, The abrogation does not take effect and Lake countm. for developmentpurpose's

ThediTand I I: was the guest of her father, David until July 1, 1925, but county judgesall i
Mrs. It K. Mrs' A. L.
over the state who have
Taylor were visitors to Jacksonville I Jones, last Sunday. I waive the ten-day I'H'H-' ,..hi power the ib-to 44*..;*.* '#*+!t!-#1+tN?.t
I Simon!; Geiger of Tampa, has ac ,
I Wednesday I cepted position us telegraph operator noxious questions in the eugenics Wonderful Results j

l I'' Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Balsden, of at the union depot here I Inw. already' have issued unK.rs to the ,

Starke, motored to Lawtey Sunday Mrs C. G. Mnnuire, who has been IVI'ry county marriage clerks. to waive such HOBO KIDiFYSD; BLADDERREMEDY bread-making

afternoon ink at a sanatorium in Starke, I questions in all eases. and to go back 1 TIlE;
to the old 1 law of issuing licenses of the old
haM I
I turned to her home here this :Mr' Philan writes that he had kid-

Miss Robocia and Eunice Whitehead week. Her many friend are proud of I without--qu_ ". stions. --and-- -without. delays. fey trouble, purchased! Hobo Kidney(', Romans may have been
spent from Friday to'Hunday in her rapid recovery and improved con- -- and Bladder from ''
HIGHLAND Remedy a drug.
j, Starke as guests of Mr and MM. W. dition. satisfactory to the peopleof
I' j store at \\mniHeld, Louisana, and ,
? A. Colley. !Mrs A. L. Sullivan and children, Highland, April:).:-Mr, and Mrs. now writes to give testimony of the their day, but such methods would not suit

j J Mini Lottie Dlnkins;; of Jaekson.vllle Othmo and Hilda, of Vero, are the II T. Boggs! and Miss Ha.zel Doggs wonderful results he obtained by taking I I the fastidious taste of the people of this com-

.. was a week-end visitor at the !guests of Mrs! Sulllvans father, left Saturday for Calhoun, S. G. after It. |

I "\ home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Jones. a pleasant visit here with relatlves. He says he never had a recurring' munity at the present time.

i; ;, I'erry DlnkinsMr. Rev Windham, of WalJo, will fill symptom since taking Hobo Kidney I j
his regular appointment at thu Methodist C. S. Thornton, C. M. Click, and. J.I'and Bladder Remedy.

,\ and I\Irll.W-U.: Diirirs and church next Sunday morning and T. Gray, of Jacksonville, were busines.s I Why suffer any longer with pains I Our Breaddoes

I Mrs.1 E. 0. Wells were visitors to evening visitors here Friday. I in your back or swelling of the feet, I

f fI Starke Monday afternoon Prof. W. O Duvall and family left I C. B. Bennett and O. Thomas, of, pains in the joints or hips, when Hobo satisfy the people of this community because
IIIHt Thursday for Bainbridge, Ga, Miami are spending a few ,h.\'< her.> Kidney and Bladder Remedy has
Dlrsi' L. II. Hill i and L. II Jr., spent where they will visit friends and relative the guests of relatives. helped people in all walks of life. j I' it is wholesome, is scientifically made in a

\\1': I several days' latt week in Baldwin as M before Mr.' Duvall who m Bradford I Anthony Mersereau and Alfred Get a treatment of this money-back '
sanitary bakery and is that the best
the guests of Hi'V. and Mrs. E. D. County's representative takeshi Merserau, of Sebring arrived Saturday -i j guaranteed remedy at your neighbor I' everything

; VOTe cat at the State capital. for a visit with their parents, hood druggist It contains no alcohol bread should be. It has the desired home flavor.

f' Mr. and Mrs. J.-J.--McLeod- and MissLena Mr. and :Mrs. J, C. Dubose, of Vero, I :\ '. and Mrs. Thos. Mer ereau. I I11' opiate or habit forming drugs

I" I McLeod were MX I tors hers were the guests of Mrs. Dubone's parents ,i :Misses Beth and Winifred Wimber- but herbs from which it is made carrya Quality and cleanliness are the twin mottoes

"rt-I; Mr and :Mrs. David Jones this j l ly, Ethel Ricks and H. C. Wimberly purifying property that has been'' of this bakery at all times. .
day.
j .. ,I week. They were on thoir wato motored to Waldo Sunday. found of great value,

", .Mr. and Mrs. J. II M.I alley and Columbus O,i IIOT Mr r> hlIlC'.1' II. C. Wimberly Jr., spent Sunday I I

family, 'if Jacksonville 'II'I| i Saturday whip 19 an 'an, will attend nn "pti here with relatives. HOBO MEDICINE COMPANY

t ',' and Sunday ho'reIt the hume of t II",i"'' i ii Mr- W. :M Wimberly and Nelson Beaumont I Starke Bakery

i ui,.1 1 Jas-. iv 1 I.. h.. and! duuh- (green of Starke, visited Texat:
Jlr. and Mrs. )David! DuinuinrtielloiCa > relatives ..'.'. .'+'+'.'....."1.... I


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I FRIDAY APRIL 3. 1923.:; BRADFORD COUNTS TELEGRAPH.. ST\RKE, FLORIDA j

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I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and '; ST. !MARK'S CHURCH 'r Shim. --

I i daughter. Misses Eva Bakay and -- i I i I I PREVENTIONI
I I I The for Palm; > Alonio !Moon, who drives a tie
Annie .Reddish sirens will ] I
Sunday I '
| spent Sunday at b-ttcr than rnro. Tut Pill Ukr In
Bits of LocalInformation I I Brooker the guests of Mr. and Mrs.H. 'be held at 11 a. m. I I! truck, had the misfortune of having !I' I it ran,at.luitunly u rtunwly" for but prevent
his arm badly crushed caused I
P. Gainey. During Holy Week services will be by a SICK HEADACHE
I I held mi. Wednesday and Good Friday ] tip falling on it. I bilious. w*. ewMtiiwhuB and lunrfrml di......

Selling for cash enables! me to at 10 a. m and 7 30 p. m. |I ;Miss Ailecn Knight Is tanking! a i
Tutt's Pills
sell for less. Call at my store forIen's Reports of Lenten services'' at various I I business course", nt Modern BusinessCollege '" ,

:\ Furnishings, Shoes for platen", arc encouraging. Thu noonday in Tampa. .
Concerning Our ,
People Business and
service at the Republic Theatre Tho body of Mr. W. H.
the Family Clothing. J. M. .\1. Stewart
A :\ I Piilntkn Plans under for
I Progres of the County and Town. i >'arei /. I are well attended. In our largo cities I who died in Jueksoiuilli. Sunday was way con-
i {I there is a certain amount of cessa- brought to Lake But lor for interment 'struction of highway to Lake City 1I

1 i Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and I tion of social function and therefore I I Monday. Mr. Stewart for many years through fofitmbia Union Bradford i

_J i I Miss Bertha Moore of Jacksonville, la I suitable time to emphasize spiritual la citizen of this county and highly ; flay anti Putnam counties.

Nice assortment ,,'oungIen's: Jim Sharon of Sanford!., and Evans': motored over to Starke and spent the I matters and various religious bodies ''esteemed by all who knew him. lie

new Easter Suits at Stump's.J. I Crary, of Tampa, were guests of Hili week-end with their parents"" Mr. and hold special services. was for many years a valued employee Fort Laud.rdal-Wurk to start on W
liard Malpai for the week-end. Mrs. L. V. Moore. j of the A C I, railroad. Funeral ten new homes.. in Idlewyld.Perfectly \.
J. Rigdon was in Hampton and I I BAPTIST CHURCH BULLI:FIN services were conducted by Rev. S. S. -- .
Proctor after which he '
was burled Comprehensible.Tht
Graham Thursday on business. | You several Dollars
Arabesque Stationery large can save The pastor will the pulpit with Masonic honors in the was made
following speech b
_______________________ she, two boxes for $1.01 at !' I' occupy Dekle ) .
next Lord's Day. The Bible school cemetery.Mr. i lawyer ou behalf of bin client whose

Embroidery thread 3 for 10 Mitchell's One-Cent Sale this chil-dren's' meets at 9:4": : followed by tho hour and Mrs. John B Crows and. row hml been klllisl by u train: "'4t '
M
cents at Sternberg's Sale. week. I of worship) at 11:00.: The ordinance of son, Carl, Misses Amelia Harper, the trnln had! been run na It hrn\ld have
I the Lord's Supper will be observed Addio Mae Raulomnn and Willie been run or It the bell hud hei n rung ,
J. M. Alvarez sells for cash- Mrs. George Roberts ond !Mrs. W. '| Long, Mr. and Mrs. Lois T. Jarmon' at the close of the service. The sermon Minshaw attended tho fifth Sundayat as It sinuilil. have been rang, or I If the '

and sells better goods for less 'E. Torode, of Lawtey: .were here Friday of I'alatka, spent Sunday here with I will be of special Interest, beingan :Mount Zion near Live Oak. I whistle bud. been blown. nil It boul\ j Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Mr. and They .
have been tOlth .f which
guests of Mrs. E. L. exposition of the well known Mow they clM
money.Hal Biggs. i i ;Mrs. J. !M. Brownlee. I Twenty-Third Psalm, the subject being convention of the Christian church | neither, the row. would UOl have bee.IJIt"11 I'

I j' I "My Shepherd." I II motored through. when she "u 11\.1.\ M
Kingans reliable hams S3 cents a'
Maines, of the U. of F., spent : I
Mrs. C. W. Williams, who has been The Senior Intermediate and.
'pound at J, C. i Jun-I
with Manning's Cheap
Sunday Hollis V. Knight.J. ,
I i Cash Store Saturday. I UI visiting her "sister, Mrs. J. S. Malpas, ior H. Y. P. U. will rather at : 1
I I r has gone to Birmingham, Ala., for a1 I m. The evening hour--tor all meetinghas
W. White and daughter, Miss short stay before returning to her changed: to the summer schedule, I

Cassic, spent Friday in Jacksonville. 1 i Saturday Harold Wall and ,Sunday of Jacksonville here with, spent his |home in Los Angeles, Cal. so our Wednesday church nights/ anal, J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

I Sunday evening worship will be at 8
I parents, Mr. and !Mrs. W. L. LVa1LNew
Two pounds of Cascade Linen Two lars of Jonteel Vanishing o'clockinstead of 710.:: The public Is

Writing Taper for 51 cents atMitchell's !' / or Cold Cream at Mitchell's cordially welcome to these services. INSURANCEAGENCY
line Ladies' Silk Dresses
One-Cent Sale this $1.98 and Best in
week. up. llargains EI.ECTIUC REKKKiKRATlONL.
the world at Stump's. Mrs. }o'. II. Long returned Sunday ESTABLISHED
1886 1
evening from a visit in Cocoa, whereshe A. Davis has had installed", an ;
Mrs. B. E. Jones, of New Orleans, I Carr Colley and :Mr rtak, of the
the her electric unit which
was guest of son, T. T refrigeration is a
is the of her
guest son, DeWitt C.
I University of Florida spent Sunday ]Long, and also Mrs. J. F. Wilson 1 luxrn.ua convenience for his well appointed STARKE FLA.
Jones. here with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colley. ]Mrs. Long also visited her daughter, '' homo on West Madison street. ,

I Miss Margaret Long, in Titusville. j I The "Kelvinator" maintains a dry,
Ten pounds of Irish potatoes for I Don't Fail to attend the GoneI II germ-free, even cold l; keeps food

25 cents at Maning's Saturday. ,I i Cent Sale at Mitchell's this Mr. and Afrs. H. H. Barbour and 1 I fresh and !good and makes ice in -I

I week. children, of Jacksonville, spent the cubes. for table use

Yard wide yellow homespun week-end in Starke with Mr. and Mrs. I The electric refrigeration works

10 cents at Stump's. 1! Coach Warren G. 'owl.II, of the T. S. Williams. They were ncoompaniI'd automatically therefore, the supplyof

I I University of Florida, spent Thursday on their return by Mrs. Williams frigid. l air is never exhausted.R. .j
who. spent several days as their guest. .. Clark .the capable superintendent You
and can save
Mrs. J. S. Brown, of Sarasota, was Friday with Hollis V. Knight.I .
of the City Light Plant, Installed -
a week-end guest of her brother, N. I
Ladies Silk. !Hose all colors' ,. the outfit fur Mr. Davis. ,
B. Hull. .\ the new lasts:' in Spring < Hundreds DollarsWeltclitfvetlie
$1.50aluc) for I'M' cents a pair -- -- --- of ;
i Footwear for men and women j ji at Stump's. I AITOINIMKN'IS: :: HY /

Splendid program being planned for i i, J. i\1. Aha re/. --.--- (;iOVKKMW: .MAIUIN: t

Union Temperance Meeting at Mrs .J. W. White will entertain the new Micliclin ,

Methodist: church Sunday night; 'j Mr. U. II. Robertson and Mr. A. II. Children of the Confederacy Saturday -I Martin Tallahassee, !March MO.-Governor .. will revolutionize ,
You can't afford miss today made the following appointments
to it. '
I i ]Hall, of Gainesville, spent the weekend afternoon at 3:30: at her home on : Lelioy Campbell, of : motoring.) T\\l ..oasI'iy

I ISternberg's I with Miss Shellie and.. Edna Hut- Sanderson street. Mrs. George C.I I "Tumpu, W. S. Murrow, of Tallahassee as ordinary tires Inflated ''i
Fast color Suiting 29 cents at t to. White will have charge of the meet-
and W.I.! .
Wainwright, of Stuikoto to less than half the pressure,
Sale. I i ing. All members cordially invited,) to
I be auditors of state and county It cushion > Perfectly it ,
:30-inch unbleached domestic attend. I cars M
!finances. LeRoy Buss, uf Ivissimnico
; ,
:Mrs. C. Vf. Llddon, of Jacksonville, 10 cents a yard at Sternberg's will save you humlri'Ji dollars J
to be cattle! inspector, district No. 1
is the guest of Misses Olive and A me- j ale. Miss Carrie Uglow went to Fort Osuceola county, and Robert I". Johnson In car upkeep and depreci .-i

lio Ray. I ;Myers Sunday to visit friends, and I Tumpn, to bu court reporter ation. It fits present rinu and :'
Mrs. L. V. Moore returned, Tuesday will be accompanied home by Mrs. thirteenth judicial circuit. COlts about the same ai
Men and Hoys' Athletic Underwear afternoon from Jacksonville where ]Frances Butler, who has been visiting ,- I
at J. 31. Ah'are/', she visited her daughter, Mrs. Ralph i in Fort Myers and also in Welaka cm-Ren or cniusr <'rdin.trytircII.Villyoucome ;
Alvarez. where she was the guest of Mrs. E. T, in to sec it .' :

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith, of ______________________ i Campbell. Last,,, Sunday all present"' seemed. to M

Lake City, were here Friday visiting New Easter! !shoes for the enjoy "Some Command", of u GreatLeader"Paul Smith's l GaraiJe

friends. I' whole family at Stump's.Mrs Klen/o Dental Cream 1 two ,, Our audiences. !
--- ------ tubes! for 21)() cents at Mitehell'sIOneCent I are not so large as
Kamee' some but we would like to see that / t STAKKR, KLA.
Two boxes Iloquet (
P. 8. Coggins Mrs. Anderson Sale this week. !
Face Powder for $1.01 at :Mitch- and !Mrs. Archie Livingston, of Madison I|audience thut appreciates the worship ,

ell's One-Cent Sale this week I were here Friday enroute to Mrs W. II. Perkins returned home I Bible study, communion, und
preaching more. All who attend" Heemtn
Gainesville. Sunday from Columbia, where she .
Mr. and Mr*. J.V. Andrew, Jr., was called to the funeral of her cou.s1 I 1 "House feel that of the., 'p'Hible House of God is a

motored to Baldwin Sunday' to visit Bootlegger on the run. Let's keep| i In. Mrs. W. R. Wheoler. Mrs. Per- 1
relatives. "um" running. Union service for this kins I was accompanied to Columbia1hv study lit0 n. m. Communion
.. lit II followed by u brief message on
1 purpose next Sunday\ at the Methodist I her son Warren, and "
"Things Indestructible.
text Mat.
wide homespun church. Let's Miss Eunice
Yard yellow go.
tlaUlf'hh.r'j Hi: 10-IK. In u world <>f trunMillIt.l'vllnl'Mt'l.nt ,
10 cents a yard at Sternberg'sSale. ,
{'o!. and !Mrs. E. !M. Johns and little Mr. and Mrs. Lucus perishable, deceitful
____ |I things; it is good and refreshing to
(three
daughter Gloria, returned Sunday children Mrs W. J. Dunn and (
find somethings that
Miss Alice Tharin spent the week 'afternoon after spending several 'children, of Waldo, and Mrs Blanche indestructible, are imperiHhiible -
and thus will
end in Madison with her mother Mrs.J. days In Jacksonville. and two children of Columbia, who | after endure
and
stars have
sun moon
M. Tharin. Are on a visit with her sinter, Mrs.U, NUCHELIN"Comfort"
burned out and censed shine. All
i I 81x!>0 I'c'pperell Sheets at j Haas ut Waldo, motored up to Starke who have experienced the to transition- eYnuv

Sec the. new Easter Silk Dress ternber 's /hale.I Sunday and were the guests of Mr. floats of human lifo and material M slag. Cord
goods 98 cents a yard at Stump'slias and Mrs. L. S, Hutto. / things and are concerned in those V j,,,,I,j nn, ,"n,r tin" r"I

I !\ and !\Irs. Charlie Marks and things which the powers of earth and "il .... i
,
The W. T. J r'- 6f<" l..la11.. e---.l.r' .IF. w"'u
little Weeks wagL'
dmirhtiT U. D.
Brinson of Fiftone, spent j of Tampa, motored Chapter, C., ,hell cannot destroy should make an .
Sunday here with his sister, Mrs. J. here Saturday and were guests of will hold their April business meeting | ,effort" to attend the morning worship
E. Corpening. Ir. and !Mrs. T. J. Griffin. next Tuesday afternoon, the 7th I II, next Sunday morning. Union services tIlt

_____ I|I of April, at 4:00: at the home of the Methodist church Sunday eve
Men's and Ladies' hose 9 Mr', A. Z. Adkins and children, !Mrs. O. L. Beaslcy, on N. Walnut ,ning.

cents a pair at Sternberg's:' Sale j Lois und! A. Z. Jr., went to Jacksonville street. Mrs. Beasley and Mrs. J. M.i!: --.-----
:Monday afternoon to visit Mrs. Mitchell hostesses. All members|I LANK" : IIU11.KK

The famous Starke Quartet will Adkms', sisUr, !Mrs J. I.. Brings.; urged to be present as arrangementswill
sing at the Union Temperance MeetIng I be made for Memorial Day exer Lake Butler, April 3.-H. J. Stewart co.Jo"
missed cises. I high sheriff of Manatee county,j'
Something
Sunday night Liggetts/ JJreakfu-a Coffve :has Yes
returned
to his homo in Uradenton.
if you fail to hear these noted singers j:two Mitchell's pounds One-Cent for ili!< Sale cents this at IE11101'IS'( ;-- lie had been to Jacksonville to- "Q

attend the meeting of the Florida"
Mr. and Mrs. George C. White and week. I'Runlay ,f
'
'
school at 10:00: a. m. All ,sheriffs and on his way 'hark homo -
Mrs. G. W. Alderman spent Saturdayin members urged to be present afiil new spent, a few dnys here. with his daughter '1J. tt"I'' ', of-, .'
Jacksonville. Mr and Mrs. L. V. Moore i(' U ,, }(; i ..
_____ 1 few. days of this week in spent Jackson-a (pupil gladly welcomed. I< !Mrs. )h', M. Townsend l, and family. klii! "l: i 11.1;cl; .
Preaching at 11:00: a. m. In the :Mr. Stewart lit one time was cashier .H. :
of Purest ville. While there ....
Two packages Ep- were the guests of evening at 7:45: there will be a law i.t the (Sank of I lake liutler. His "pleasant -
from Salt. for 11 cents at :\Iitch.eU's i their daughter, Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. enforcement th..I'
meeting, in which tmirte'.ii' manner gained for him
One-Cent Sale this week. > congregations of the differently' I many' fru"nils .who., wintriad. to see !
For
I Make your dollar Do Double Duty;: churches will join. There will be sev-I.' -- -- This Bank Is Organized
Excellent rooms and meals at the ,at :\Iannin 's. Phone 1\\1 1 1 for Prompt ('rnltood the !' 'I
speakers on vital nubjcct >i I
Hotel Marion. Your patronage solicited ;Delivery. j jI of law enforcement A cordial I fENT-A-\VnRil\%

and apprei iatcd. I I welcome extended to all. ; ,
I, I Mrs. Charles W. C'halkcr and two Prayer meeting Wednesday evening -
The New Hats-They re here, i little sons, who have been visitingher at 745.: I IJCOLUMNU

eery new style at J. M. Alva i (parents, Mr. and Mrs! A. M. Darby 'an we in the words of the I'-UIrIl

f'Z'. i loft Monday for Bethlehem, Pa.Don't ist say, "I won glad when they said,l S E VICE

---- unto me, let us into the house; of .
go
Levy Camna. of Jacksonville, spent ml..s seeing the new t the /Lard *" I i (, ,Ili,: MI I i ,i. r //.1) |II'!'
I' the week-end with his parent, Mr Easier il"for" Dresses 9M .nnn,! aif in af>"ul I''" 01.1'l I'M r.

, and Mrs. E. 1':. Canovn i cents a yard at tumJ"II.Women's !. SI'nSCnrCf: 10 THE TKLEGRAPH: I n, ,..nnl.l. :Mi\ 1 1 1"I! ; KIIII.S
__ !..> Park, 1'I/,, I II!, :Stalk., Ma.. It.l I II
Dresses I I We believe that we owe more to our depositors
Linen and striped late; style Slippers!' '
$ l.ys at Sternbergfa Sale. :$_.(>9 a pair at Sternberg's Sale. Order EGG CASES, I FIJI'1.1'>l :; :- Six I.like-front lots utKinir I than the mere duty of safeguarding
i U-\' lake ut the right price,

Mrs. Minnie Prevatt. of Green' Allen Cunuva "f Tampa, who Isrn1pl"wl freight or express, 38c.i' at the right place if mild at once. their money and paying their checks.

Cove is the of her the Mizell Produce Co. Live See or write A. S. Strickland,
Springs, guest (I l by I Ballard Flour Com-j I
;, Starke Fla. it' We wish tu be helpful in that a
i every way
I daughter, !Mrs. II. A. Bishop. i puny sport Sunday and Mondiv Oak I
with Hi" parents, Mr. and Mrs. rE.: Florida : i FOR SALK-fhlck; from our heavy bank safely can and this bank is organizedand

New lot ery nice striped "",t'U'f1C1C.1tI1C!) 1I')( .' ,
Broadcloth at Stump's. fJt'I'JJljOOfJl'I( ( Leghorns 112 per! 100 April and I
k Two pounds of Lig \IrM.: j. E. Main.. and Mrs Marv .ol.ites! for St.OI 1 at )litch II'1'I Farm Midway, Fla. 3.20.2t'
Johnson of Lake Butler, were truest! i One-('enl Sale this: we('k. j a Full Line of Let Us Help You
Monday of Mrs. D. E. Kmirht t/nJerlaAfrt' Supplies f fOLOKKU: LABORKK.S WANTED-
1 Mr. and Mrs Paul K:. Canova and I i at Hastings, Florida to harvest
Two cans of Georgia Koe'' familyreturner i! ") Sunday afternoon TOMOI1ILK; HEARSE ;i the potato reap Work for tho whole I

Talcum for 26 cents at :Mitch from Oak Hill where they spent the Always on hand. The best service family. Good pay. f'ome any time ]
ell's One-Cent Sale this week.Mr .eek,end with :Mr. and Mr*. George a' at the lowest, price Special I,, after March 25.:; 3-27-41-4-17* BANK OF STARKEThe

It Flynn. attention to telegraph or IEEIJ PEANUT'S 1'

Mamie Garrn has returned ders. Registered Kmhalmtr.DeWITT"c. Bank Helpful Service
from Jacksonville where she visited The first Temperance Meeting was I! N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea!

her mother, Mrs. W. J. Green. i good l. but the second one to be held JONES nuts $1.00 per bushel (Four cent WE PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS
Sunday night In going to be much :per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla. 1
.Jett'r. I wouldn't miss it fur STARKE, rLA 1 IlClaQ
Men's dress shoes! new good any II. T. HALL COMPANY. .
Sale. (hi", : a, I 1-9-tf. Lowell Fla. .
$2.98 a pair at Sternberg's !l OMIXf (JQCIJC". ,









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PAGE SIX( ORADFORC COUNTY TELBGHAPH STARKB. FLORIDA FlUU.\y, APRIL 3, 1921.

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I Putting the Hog on a Normal Basis G. W. Thomas went to Lake Butler and energy of Suwannee county

I Saturday on business.Mr. farmers to do what has been done in

FARMERS and FARMINGFARMERS Jesse Cole, of Lake City, was South Georgia, where he said, the

f here Sunday.Mr. farmers have redeemed their section

-yAl. ? !! II'nalMlfAtr l'M \ W. B. Crawford is sick this from financial depression. He advised

-- -- week. We- wish for him a speedy re- close co-operation with County AgentC.

AND 'nm KEIU ARE INVITED TO COMRIIIUTE covery. L. Gilliam, and success would surely
:Mr. Leon Edenfleld and J. C Deni- result.
e
ARTICLED/ OF FARM EXPERIENCES: AND A1E11IODS: FOUNDTO .' .
:. -. ; son were visiting in New River Sunday -
UE BEST SLUED 1U OUR COL :M'Y All speakers were given close attention
t :(,::; .. afternoon.
.n ..:- :. and the growers present were
I -- si' "COUNTY- FARMERS deeply appreciative of the help and

5 bl'KAl' \VAIhKMKI.ONS 1 forests of the nuliiin has been felt h\v ;.0, -- ADVISED TO GKOW TOBACCO encouragement given- --them.--

VIIH IIOKDhAlX) AND: 1 a unrulier of pouplu/ fur several If
years c, CENSUS: RETURNS: : GIVEN/
,;C I'KMENT: AN1HKACNOSKThu ,, Nut i Experts: Inform Them Suit Is Adapted -
is coming to be more keenly fell t ON 4 FLORIDA COUNTIES
;
lo Finest, Grade of
1 Raising
and i liy a I.II'g"lumber., 1
am very; I ONE SHOWS( FALLING OJo'FTullahus..e
Leaf.Live .
time 11 here when growers ofwiitormolons 'much l interested: in the subject am,I Bright

must lake utmost pre inn glad to see this increased inter I March 28.-Census returns -
i Oak !March 28. A tobacco
t.uiliioi,. In prevent $serious losses loth.ir J', j it on the /part of the nation. of counties in Florida announced -
I Imoctlnj.\' by E. N. Nix dcclnpment -
/ from iinthrurnosi'. / arranged ,
CH>II-" TimelyjiinMiiL. I Florida today by the census bureau here
forests, like those of othei
l' | \ agent of the Seaboard Air
uiih Uuideaux mixture will
i '
follows
are as : .
Lc/iitinl' l the spiend of this disease. .states, are being rapidly devastated 1'1 I Line railway and C. L. Gilliam, demIJII.tl'atlon -
3 I Although Florida is still ana of th, ; agent for the Suwanneuumiiiy I Ilondry county, 1,111 (new county)
'rho I dluuuge, ill usually greatest;: ,
i greatest turpontine-pruducing state, llernumlo county, 4,723. In 1U20i /
.dm i//'", the. IH-L month of Lho crop, bernur I the 1'/'/, 10 Cupmrla' UnJcru'ioJ # I nJ...u...>J. N Yrl tobacco growers, was held at I
in union, its production is rapidly i the population was -I, 48.I .
tllr''' nuns, uro usually I'er'IU'lIt 'i thu court house in Live Oak{ this af-
and thu diseuxc, has. more t -; I fulling along with that of othei'l I I Many years off' !'y and 1 < vpr M. in irh"t! Is olll I; but it I I. a nil take I' teiaoon, fur the purpose of discuss- j Columbia county, 15,2i0.! In 1920
1 a greuturojipi 'l .states. Its timber supplies/ are also I'I meal lintId'( <\ cm':orliiinty us to to tart railing a market. hi rd and I confront the population was 11200.
,
I ing the problems likely to
? '' 'iinilv l to spread. what 11 lust fur Iho, hon before ,
rays a quit tlio Job IH rally' '' flni -
'1'111lUIIKUi I CUUllg! UlHhrUCIIJHOiittmks lieing exhausted i,'n nt I n i I. i I. TT i I". u ml. "I ing, n. i 1/I' d. the tobacco growers, and to encour- :Miidisnn county, ir>,.r> lS. In 11)20)

4 the vines leaves and fruit. One of the bust things about forests in building up any other Kotirco of Judging/ from prices of the past I age the fainters to put forth their'the population was 10,510.
profit on the farm much can "1 ." few months, a fat hog Is time one I 1 I
( '1'ho '"'lIl'II1:1I;: on tIe, leaves and IH that, if given half u chance by learned through tho experience ofothi.ru. thlLts rnmmandlng premium best efforts! toward growing a high Madison City, 2,23.1. In 15)20) the

-tlllIal'e dark, irregular dead spots I man, nature will develop them rap- mil, experts say, will continue toil grade of tobacco. I IAmonM' |I population was 1,952.
lally. 0 "n for some time That Is bocau the. visitors who --- -- --
I prominent
these markings lit lirst have u wutor- } I The U. 8 Oovcrnrncnt and Agrl-
suaked appetuance. They later shrink I Keep fire and piney woods rootersI I I cultural Colleges spend. biff sums flni'lud? nf hogs the largo that numbers have been of and un- were speakers on this occasion, besides FORD COMPANY I.OSES SUIT
each I
out of the forests year at their expnrlmcntnlfltullonn. mill Mr. Nix, weru C. A. Whittle,
and) become covered with u pink I adopt conservative' Doth the Government lire being sent to market. Detroit March 28. The Ford Motor
-
Using the cil! " sticky of turpentining and lumbering methods and the improvement
mass When tho disease Agrlcultunl Colleges IHSU 1
spoics./ | ,, must damages
i' 'I dny In mld-I>"ecmher. 1124, a Company pay yetto
is serious enough the loaves and I and leuvu u few trees for seed on I literature which tills about tlitwexperiments 170 In. hog brom.:.t $14 10, while a Southern Fertilizer company, Atlanta be determined to the Parker RustProof .
In dM.il.
vines dip prematurely, leaving immature ouch acre of cut-over land, and in a torrstfd can ,curr the Anyono literature, In- 2firi |h. ho'r brought $.o.rff; or a dlffcrenro who is an authority on soils; F. '' for of
Company infringement a
few of $12.15. (i. Satterfield J. :\Warren andV..
melons.There years the forests will bu almost without..cost by writing; tho U. H ,
I Tho hog ril. knows on a rust proofing
i' is but one precaution to take equal to the virgin forests which have Deportment of Agrlculturn, or / ui h that It takes average about 400 /II. ,r of porn W. Webb; all of Hahiru, Ca. patent l hy United States district court process ruling
-
been Agricultural r'\p;"'rlment-il Si'illons." Mr Whittle told the farmers that a
removed. and
against this disease, and that in, as The groat value In floviinmrnt 40 Ibn of tankugn! to bring In The has been in the
today.
suggested above, to spray with Bordeaux You nay say, "Oh, well, we will I bulletin; Him In thin fact that they dollars that lout and 100 Ib.., of weight or In here in Suwannee county, they have United Statexc case district court since
get along are baled" oa the ri'iults of observation cents approximately the right kind of soil to the ,
mixture, 4-1-50 solution, he- some WilY, but I am glad ( :' 100 1 Ibs. In food I grow very
11)21.i ) .
fore the disease appears in the /fleld.f that Congress; last year passed the I and mon etudy and by ut trained.an PXpprlnnccil expense leaving more than 13.25 finest grade of bright leaf tobucco, : September

It is of little use to spray for this disease Clarke-McNary forest uct, which I which make It prohibitive expense for tho per "ping tho additional. trouble. und that the quality of their crops
of
sl wolRhts hogs
'Is ufter a field is once thoroughly provides for u workable cooperation farmer to make those experiments In tho feed crop. Last are year reflectid depends upon themselves. lie assured

I, attacked, as tho disease Is persistent between the federal government, himself.Ooncrnlly. the corn crop In many sections was them that there is no danger of an'I j i Only True Church.

in favorable weather and almost impossible state governments and private land- ,speaking, hogs hive: a small and therefore most of 1hflh"Jr. over-production of the best grades, '| There Is a true church wherever one I
normal period of growth and de- Kent to market ranged", around, which the that make the hard meets another helpfully and
owners. are ones
to check. Early in the growing velopment. Many minors ship before the 175 Ib cluas. Unless relative i>I that Is the only holy or mother church
season the cost of spraying is Every: few days I see an announce- the hogs are flnlBhod-other'* market priers on either hogs or money for the growers and for which which ever was or ever shall b_
comparatively small. ment that new areas are being added hold their hogs and food thorn be- feed are extremely abnormal, Itpays there is always a market
yond tho period that the herdwould the raiser tn go through with I Buskin.
From April on through the grow- to the national forests of the country. be most profltnhlo fir them his ftcdlng program up to that Mr. Webb, known throuirh this

ing season it will (pay to watch close This is good, but forest areas owned It ,li, natural with Inch food priori, stage whom ho can secure the section as the farmers' friend, madea Colds Cause Grip and Influenza

ly for diseased plants and to begin by the government can never supplyall / that the raiser Is reluctant to hold greatest benefit from his efforts tiring talk urging the growing of LAXATIVE BRO IO QUININE Tablet remove
hit hogs any longer! than absolutely and the beat market prtco for his
spraying at once. Or, if there is any of the needed timber, and it is up necessary, even though tho hog1'ENIIER pork. tobacco of the best quality and expressing the cauai There In only one "Bromo I./ululne../ "

question regarding the disease the to us landowners to insure a supplyof faith in the ability, brains E. W. GROVE slaaatura an box Sac.
I /grower will do well to consult his timber for our children. We may -------

county agent or write to the Experiment never strongly feel the need of these /) GHASS; GOOO; ( HUT NOT in this state. It ill only a question ofa

Station at Gainesville.KMKACIS forests, but our children/ will if pro- SUFFICIENT FKfcl: / FOIL COWS few weeks to let J pastures grow up I "COULD BETTER rERTIUZER BE MJDE WE WOULD MAKE\ II"

.-- ---- -- vision for future timber is not made where the cow can get n mouthful of
e and made soon I nutritious feed without the sore Get Jauimry price list Mixed Fertilizers. -"SIMON PURE and GEM
The young, tender, watery grass. BRANDS"-now ready QUALITY I rst.: Fair Pnce.-I'rompt Shipment.Not .
: FROM --- mouth, or parasite infestation. Rotate i
COUNTY -
-- I early is
spring; a feed that is
lot very
I the Cheapest, but tho BEST for l'csults.Iso Insecticides, Sprayers,
AGl N1S' lu.roius IHIiii: ; CI.LIi HOIS \VI.N:_ much overrated! by some dairymen. your tows from held to !Held, !

C ItANKICKS' SCIIOLAICSilir.s; / : Grazing (pastures too early is the }I I land mi'tease tho carrying capacity of I Dusters and Ousts

Saint l.ul'lThe citrus aphis is source of a heavy loss to the dairy your pastures. E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Jacksonville, Fla

I spreading some, but the majority of Louis Hall, of /Palm Bench County, industry in the South each your This practice is especially seriousin

i growers are hind after it, so that I flub II. Wyllys, of St. Johns County, herds of dairy cows that have only Florida. Cows nibbling/ at the IIhol.tgruKlleK

damage/ is not great, except in a few and Alvin Spurlock, of banta Rosa hail! dry, feed for a ration during the engorge the digestive tracts
County are winners of the winter months turned the with them eggs of numerous intestinal
very heavily infested groves. In these three $100 are over to
? I n' special elfin' is being made to keep scholarships in thu College of Agriculture range or pasture ai soon as the green parasites that /find conditions mOlltl'uvIII'uble l Our CrossWord"Hollo Puzzle

them in control. A good percentageof University of Florida, of- grass appears. in animals where the winter -
fered by the Florida State ration has ben cut off.
aphis mortality is beginning to Bankers' Green; itrutiis or any succulent ration -
I r show in some groves due to natural Association for the year JU24.: These fed to cows giving milk, stimulates It ill easy' to confuse stimulants

enemies predators, internal parasites winners lire announced by R. W. the milk flow. Dairy cows are with+foods. In the case of the increased

fungi, and, possibly, also some I Blacklock of the Agricultural Extension very hungry for green feeds at this milk How from the green grass, !" This crossword puzzle' would beat everything but a carpet,

haetorfa.t Division of the University, soasnn. In an endeavor to satisfy tho the watery grass contained but very I hails from" Newport, Oregon. It is but we do know(; that it is a mighty\

who is state boys' club leader. craving appetite, they develop sore little rent food value, but it did cause dedicated to Miss Iota :Mlllcn, Lone'I good puzzle. Ids easy, interesting,

Duval-A constant and Increasing Each year the Hunkers Association mouths nibbling at the short grasses. the body tissues to give up some oftheir Beach, California. The arranger, Mr. and has a nice design. If you can't I

demand for information on growing offers three annual scholarships A sore mouth makes it difficult/ for stored energy and produced the Earl L, Wright, claims that it bent;: work it out in 15;; mintes you're not

such fruits as satsumn oranges, figs, in the College of Agriculture, Uni- them to eat dry feeds, and often they I increased milk flow. anything and everything except a "o rood, because the longest word in

,graves, berries and) pecans is being versity of Florida, one for a club boy fail to clean up the dry ration. I The depletion of the stored energy carpet. We don't know whether it the puzzle> has only six letters.

made on this ollice. Interest in all in western Florida, one in central The increased milk flow with cutting off of the grain ration t
1 I together ,
y branches/ of agriculture, horticulture, Florida, and one in southern Florida. with the refusal to clean the leaves/ the animal a very fit subjectfor
I up dry I ; ] 1 5. u 9 oJ I"
the
!( poultry and dairying is increasing. Those scholarships are valued at ration, Is conclusive proof to many ravages of many parasites. .
} Several/ dairymen visited. are interested $100. The winners --- ---- l
ttl are picked from dairymen that the grass is supplying .
in producting/ all feuds possible county winners who come to the short all the feed the herd needs.It MIDWAY [. Z ie
for their cows. They are planting course for club boys at the University I ,
corn for early ensilage. Brooding conditions each year is a big mistake to turn dairy Midway, !March 27.-Messrs. 0 A ,tl 's n

on seven farms, with u total Lewis herds on a very young, tender pasture -, Thomas and J. L. Douglass, of Lake ,

of 15,000 chicks, inspected this week, 1921 Hall, winner of ono of tho in any state. Pasturing fields: Butler' were in this section this week. 13r.

are most satisfactory scholarships, will probably enter Ion early greatly reduces tho amountof Those who attended the nt
party
there
and I in
a the University of Florida in September feed they are capable of 11 itl 9 Su 31IY ..
producing Mr. Hall's
a mortality of less than n per cent. All while! Friday night were: Mrs I
the scholarship money according to Ilnmlin I I.. Brown
these farms arc following! recommen will be kept extension Dell Thomas and daughter, Leon 33 N I It'
on deposit
dations of this office. for young dairy specialist of the Florida Edcntield and sister, :Miss Ruby .J, C.
Wyllys and Spurlock until they Iln-1 College: of Agriculture.Good I Denisnn and sister and Doris Cole. Tlf 73 Je Se>v ..,

4,, Columbia-Melon crop is showing i IKh high school and. are olegiblo to I ; pastures' properly" mnnaireil! ,I :Mr. and Mrs. W. (I. Stokes, of !Miller ,

up well and prospects for n good totacco tor the University a few yours later lire the, I basis, i for profitable dairying; I were here Sunday. r 41 13 Mh

crop are encouraging. A slight '. ,
increase in cotton acreage is imlicated I eI'

with practically every farmer I 51 SJ

preparing for boll weevil control. -AIRYINGATUnloiihnt OME J Ali] RbA 3 e' sS I > .

.
St. Johns-Tho Hustings belt U .


thinks well of diversification ..e"a I '; I SB SY
and ,. ,,N.., f.-
1,000 ucios are planned for celery, '" 5 .M a '- ..

peppers, etc, next year. Dairying la i r I
also advancing In the county. ": HORIZON'TAL, I YEKHCAL

I 1. Bleak 1 1. One of tho social classes into

? Leon-An increased interest in 1. A conjunction. which society is divided in Hindustan. -

,i dairying ia evidenced. '. I T. Manner of walking .

Lake 11. Nickname of Martyred Pies. 2. To proc ure.
-Held nine citrus
over the county with meetings 12. A noisy quart'el or brawl. 3. To look obliquely.

growers this __ .. la Destructive Tree Beetle 4. Any pliu' of public contest.
l week on the study of tho citrus ._.m, NnlM.d CtlHe. South Aiirri "-' '- -- j u
aphis. Ch.... Aim' thit Cannl at Am,l Life history and control Truni'ui,,,i-t ,Sr, ,trn, ut I1 u h tti tit. like Hi.." lit Uipt A Soiilh At* t Irn a o>
,
measures ,, (lore art ,..tniii"iwl .""".l1y. .I 11,* IMr"'' urn It '" A Tnl pi iti i t ii i I I. I..:" 15. A contraction for ever. R. A piece of mournful music.
I ,, .an f k u I. r
were stressed. The total l-r" I. 11.11410' K' if' lh"* n, t m, u dairy' r "wane
at these attendance it.i in"trl",*, ,'M "tii|+'li r*.I, In |h.i Wi. rbl' I itr 1'itmvt' lean ahnn.rl mill t i,.l 11 f l i nthli I a. I'. ut ,. u.." all. 10. To secrete. 8. An approach into a mine.
,,
nine 11 t i
ui n n. r
meetings was over 230. 1 uLanul? m" o.J.i art rruthnl. C"v.tln w' "
YO' lOll",li. "o """10.",.... tint Intent ha lank* n-.1 t i, l .'t r I i r ar"mA.NIr3r 1;. A sailor 9. An irritant poison.

't Madison-Enrolled 30 members in 1$. Not outside of. 10. To have a particular direction.

cotton club this. week anti daunted ,.mllLll U m1NNy,tail,.. 10. Southern State (abbr.). j 1$. Keen resentment. .
seed for them. Twenty-live of them wndr6641'r i iPI 21. A white malleable metallic ele- 20. Skill.

are going to use 800 pounds ferttlizf A NC ment. 21. Move along as a reptile. ,,

per acre.AMERICAN. ,Iw.wnn alNla$ ., ;)2. Country belonging to England 27. Present tense of the verb to be.

---- Aef/e/n.OKUaua/ 4-JJ drL 'f 'S ) abbr.( ). 28. A wide shallow vessel. r

1 I t : ( :_ lOKKSrEKIv/ : : : T- I I-S.,: One who races 30. A mischievous' child.

A 1IMK: TO JIIINK OF i'R-) _; Northern state (abbr.). 31. A grassy field. I

TKCTINfi: ; Ol'R TIMBER 2ti. Lack of the neck. 3i.! Not visible nr apparent.

(By Spuds Johnson) 2\J. Used for covering roofs of buildings 36. Playing Card of highest Value.

37. A natural substance.
I
where
see President
Coolidge has
designated the week lit 32. Egyptian Sun God. 88. A tree of soft white wood, Europe
April .
27-May vnl1.. / :U. To
d procure. Companions..
3 Hi American Forest 9> v, e.
Woek. The s".mn wa.ha.t.h U ft. A.
TnI C" .Centeane II Lb*. ,, ,. .. 34. Objective of I. 41.Venomous
case serpent
need for 11,, I. Pi.lail iwvra' Y N.i Cdam. "
concerted anti 11 i T I.t thtnn .. _
intelligent y .
effort '
oar h nn \ 'n 311 i nn re l1 th .
n \ v i ,. Jo. River in Siberia. 13. Used abrasive.
.l.? Ihn( ttI <>s an
tn1 n ,1 I n r
to M.n.pr n .I-
.
conserve anti augment the I. I n > i< ii too ,, .. 'JU' /
u .. .
.
i I .rt
,
r e Naf n 1."r 1.- F pIII. J7. A 41. between
10 .. /gem Age 13 and 19.
_
,
,
.. .r b-IAd'.Ml' ." r. \ "r 1 ; I
I L 'S flu""y .. I ,I I. I IM:1 'fl" '. 3D Child's title for mother. 46. A shnrp terminating border. !
.
L. .
V, .
FOR V -hl1 I' 11 011" I r" r'' ?' .yCIIr
q -I 40. The flower buda; of a low shrub 40 River in Africa.
t Dalrylnfr at Home a Mediterranean: countries used ">2. Girl's name.
an" .'h...... t
A j Thin |I"i"i.1'1.1 i t n us a condiment. I --
3W53P TEARS: -if m o r.' r rlrl.y i,, .13. Impersonal Pronoun. '
iT" f\, rl'h'r milk. i I'r r o IER e145 TM
It 15; Consumed. I
x nrlslar-' t r '
:
c hanrlem 4" I ah nd tiro : 47. Editor (abbr.). 4LLA v ENT AqM
oil has i'
.
: ben a worldwide ] J ou+ f4I' LS"T JR
ye1i. ... .... ro'j.a 43. The \
r.. person
speaking.
krvta' ;
rlww1. "It oral ''
remedy for !
kidney liver and :tI N4p At1ARA ARC
1, 'nlarI, ID.\ Points of the Compass
bladder disorders, rheumatism ,. '- ,?roe /rm. rare ExV : G.AU aNAN MAN

4 \ lumbago and uric ac.d J t ..;I. given In r..tlotl- u' 50. Boy's nickname, Posseailve. TaEE LE F AL.t-
conditions. .. 'hllf. 4
... r.l .., h""olnt111/ <1
"ltallnn or the 7! 51. Female Deer. A F T E R 5 1 L L Y

dairy farms. 53. To dwell permanently 4 U G N I L
} Mi L N<.W <'"IS ItiInflv "....... 5Melum"
Cole Q ., In itio Mamma' .tho **ilfcw.mn Aniv< Tb L'dr Mil..... .. .... Uer OaJ'' Trip' IA, 54. English (abbr.)
I \.\ i i S < n IK sue'"1is I li all under N.e aHCMna -+ t A t I s oI
!:
OIL ft; ":r. l J U'jt-t>; : : :r i: hiimit* ni milk rINI ''' II''In hi l l n n In m 0 l u l i 'll '41' t 55. Cheerful.
.I!' .. t ii li ti K 1 It rn ImP.I'siP Pll.Mtdrn t:' h ,; m.1 ,ify ( I Etrv NOUN
.I P r''ill(' .1 I hy Ultf 11..lih', .. The Itly' .. i
e. V--' .L.e 'nlh. t I. a ",,'. ,fur ,.. ;;6. Boy's a
aaaa Nu nickname.
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tu\t ih 111 Ik" fn m leia.m. I allow* pnl- _n., r it." ...... CIVM. ui m a h i l Ii,, ,( nt.hw t' GHAM P Ei
Internal hawl" Mil u *t a pciiw >* vduwrio4 titUt h um b.... pmt. 0' ui4 57. A i_ F fS
correct troubt'Hmulate vital wrty Lin btUMU cut oaf UlU ....,... movement of the feet. i A TIE 'fir I 0

organs. Three _iz.... All druggist.? Insiston \ 59. A narrow beam of light.
the original genuine COLD MEDAL.
; y 59 mal'! inclusurea for pigs..










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FRIDAY. APRIL :a. 1923.: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. HTARKE. FLORIDA

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\I press express ciimpanies) Pullman lior. ,"r nail, lull, aid. raw taken .. confewod

f icnmpaii.; ;; and telegraph: cuiiiiiiiui-B| Sugar >-. [This It U fu.rlh,-e mil.,.rul llmt tide ordtr. .be nubllnlictl
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850,470,04i.STATE Now
Wkj j they're miMuNiiiritr, .. ..
out o> j, ?" n .i'I k for sight conaccutlve weeka.
I i wood (Chemist im.i. ',>uml, thnt thn> In the llrnilronl, C"'IDIYr..rnl.h.' a new*.

v j I Soldier Loses Arm but- I I FREE 8flioOL8 GET can rake a tau of -.i, ilu ,"."' K.1 t c i:'Iiamr TinrVhruary. |nitii: ,hid 25th.In laid'ID25.County and Stele.
VUVEUTISINGKKOM
| quarter of n l bell ..r and.ar mil of It I I I O. W. EI.l>II1RMAN.
I I'OSTEU MEN I I CK-rk Circuit Court
The .
prut I-NM HSJ..H! ,
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ni 1'111'1\' f,' By C. A. Knight.

I suvvjmt Intn ,. losoij retort and MI!,. Deputy Clerk,
Gaitu-fville. :March 28.-I'lnns fur ". ". KNIGHT
Jetting); il le'IIF'-tiut \\ltli, .
w "lIk
u mrIntlou Solicitor fur
I Complainant
3-6-01-8-1
n throe months gigantic advertising
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of xiiipiuir"IMI neld under a ---
program involving thu University of preuro ORDER FOR
PUBLICATION
.0- I ni f i inn. ntiifito, into liuuilruf

.a Florida at Gainesville and tho Florida pounds. to the squat' inrrt. .:11;hty pea I Iilndfanl...Clot tr rSlalaiwofhFlourkdealit' .. ,

state college for women lit Tullahassoc I tent of the sugar tlnin obtained In feel Chan-

By Arthur Brisbane to be sponsored by the poster I tnontnbl The product. U called "..* very Emma: Thornaa. Joined by H. J. Thames .net r
j plant owners of the state, were laid i chains" .husband, Complainant
I
bare W. A. Shands ...
today by
H-E secretary Martin (lermek. Defendant.

ABOVE KNEES, PLEASE of the I'oster Advertising Asso- loiN' Af' r'"IF' 1>y affidnvtt\ appended the
tiled' In the at>m lntd .t.M.
ir-> cniiio ( x
ciation of Florida.
20 MILLION FEET A DAY BHKKIr-r-a: SALENleo : tin amok the defendant therein named .la w
nun-rald.nt at lit.- "tnlu of t-lnrlda.. and U .
!More than $25,000 in actual expenditures
SALMON BUT NOT CHILDREN In h, ..rrby then( thnt under. and by rraldent of .Slut.of Ohio BO Center Street of
AN OLD BIBLE I is what the two state institutions virtu of tilts two certain Writ of KMCUllwn. the city of Younuftlmvn. and la over the a.*
of learning will receive absolutely Imtilnir out of nnd under the .Seal nf Ihu of twunty-ono yeara. ; It to therefore ordered
Circuit four of that acid nun-rcwdi-n'' defendant 'b and ,
-- llrndford County, Florida, on la
free of cost through the gene these two certain Juilo-nu-nt therein pendInir. huruliy required In npp... to the. bill of cam k

Paris rulers of fashion say to t-unity of the plant owners. According wherein tin, titian Itnnk of Ralfonl, a- plaint filed .In add l caune on or before Mon
day. I ho Ith
women all over the world: A < r.r1i to Mr. Shands, all plant ownersof and cnritoratlon B. D. Dyal.U the rr.i I'inmlilT"etIs.iy' ,and in.- O IIWend Ifi Dyal- win:, the allriintl.iiui day of .April.f al.l A.bill D.will.late be other-shun; jo

"Wear your skirts above your ) Florida have unanimously agreed I' ants. end which. two Jinlutm'iiia:: nppear on a> confi.iod by said, defendant.
.5 record In .. It i* further ordered thnl thla 0..... .ba
Judgment Book pub
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knees and paint your ears red ft Jorr J..I"rrr'" \ '" r 3 ; o to devote a "full showing" for three and HI. rvapeetlicly, of (the Politic on R.peace.......". 15 nf lished one a wee* tar four conaecuUn. w....

And the pathetic fact is that jfj-take rlriv-r at sipo- months this summer and four if Union ('011111)'. Florida. a reused.. copy of I lit the' llradfiinl, County. TeUvraph a n...-
pnbltsird) In ..
millions of K week before the $Y n Maid Iwo JudKinvnla being n-corilt-d In Celia. l .1011"''y and Stab. .
women will wear skirts Uoil.I er t V I deemed necessary to the advertisingof I Judgment Hook No 2..n l-'on-iitn lute "February Utllh, IMS.
.q short as to be silly, and paint t War. lie lost an arm in peeveno and ate O. W. ALDERMAN
fry Florida university and tho girls rei.|_tlvely, of the I Public Kecor l of Hrad
their ears without loss of time. I ij the Argur.ne. Rehabilitated 'K. ford ..lIhly. Florida I have 1.,10,1 span and Clark Circuit Court.

Also the eyelids are to be stained through\ the American follcgo, will offer for .. end aril to lh" hlulmt) end My C. A. KNIGHT

dark brown or blue the eyelashes Legion he was sent to Students': of the University of Florida liuat bidder. for ...h thr undivided. Interact of I K: KNUIIIT.. Deputy CI..k.H..llvII. .
the aid U. R. Dyad and E: U. Dyal. ...
In ,
curled and the Inside of the nostrils Po-.ton U'tm ,'rslt)., and advertising class, under sanctionof followltiaproiHrty In Hrndfonl C"uoty. Flor the r" l umplnlnnnt 3-d-st-l iO

stained bright red. now he ha** been male, 1\ President A. A. Murphrce, will ida lo-wlt !
Tho Northwest quarter ..f Houthwenl M UTrR'-B HV1BNolle
t > ; quar
professor rro in Buin a'.zr
? c preparethe drawings and letteringfor ter, excvut 10 ncrea olT Hie writ aid; also -
'i a'II'in'! ii.ition. via tho posters which will appear) In the Sontnwmt: uunrter, of Sniilhwnit quarter .. hprebr .!...... that nnd.r. and toy.
The short skirt in north of branch 1 2 I-J vlrtuo of Hint rrrlaln llnnl dnere.
reamm! is """' except ncren In th I of fi.rvcloaurp
.e9kw
( ocr .req every hamlet and city in the stateloud Northweet corner In Auction 1N.! IViwnnhlp, fl, made and rendered on the tilth, day if
sensible a step toward I ; ;:
commonsense along/ principal highways. bull raniie 21 I. eontaliilnu 4.. acre, more or Ken. A. I). 1II2B.I by ll..n;: Amos I-ewl.. Judge
and away from microbes .lisui. Said eel, to ...k.. place on the Ith day of of tho 14th Judicial, Circuit sating for and
lied curs when natural, indicate May, A. II. IVUn. between tin lemil. heap ofunit I..to..d' of Judge. A. V. Long Judge. of lee
good blood condition. But for women -. .'!!J1-"ft)' helntr a I't-uillar aalii.. day of E'"h..h' i1"1'1' Circuit of Morl.ln. .In end for..
thin Court unlit rein lo .be In front of the .llrnilfiinl. Counly... Ktorlda.. dl.qiiallllcd.. In thateerluln W.
to wear skirts that would look AN:' OPTIMISTIC OUTLOOKFOR IMPORTANT THING TO KNOW Season for Rejolclne.Blghtruusaess Court' lloimo shier' in Mlnrkr. llrndford ('..",i. roan> herein The .Federal Lend

foolish on a child paint artificial TRADE tried by adversity. bn. ty, Florida. Hunk of (',,"""I..n.. n ....".."..U..II. I. .(lmpl.1. ..".- ."
health on their ears curl their FOREIGN, The insurance rolling W .1. Kl-l-KRSON. ,, .! sad' W. U., -KH.nay.. Ruby MeKlnn.-
ngent was good for In UH hi. ..tr..
grounds glorying Morrow headiest C'"V' .I..r..la.. Th. I.avly. National f..m Lonn, '
lashes and color their eyelids that Detroit Mich.-An optimistic outlook professionally upon the proprietor ofn 'Ovlfl.I A. /. *OKvtf I Auoclallan, a corporation
seems too much. However back Attorney for I'liilnllir.. ( Itlaent Hank of luifunl.. a'eorp.'ntln. derv
]least small retail clothing storo. down on I l-U: :>l.VtMASTKIl'S I
for trade at as dnfandanta..
foreign
of it all there is divine wisdom the under uluni.l will offer for t
un
Woman far as !it affects the automobile, was the water front. Wo shall call the SEABOARD TIME TABLE : HALE ala end. will sell to the lil.li....i bidder f"rca
Is her
doubtedly. on way FMunk. .h. In front of the Court II..... door 1 In,
latter !Mr.
to some grand destiny. Let us observe expressed here by Edsel B. Ford, SlnrVe.. llradfonl IVunlv, l-'ln-llii, , and admire, but not criticize. president of the Ford Motor Company "Mr. Blank," began/ the visitor, (In effect November 10, 1024.) Notice la Hereby:: ulvi-n that: under and by j tin8lh day of April. A. I>, "'.-n. during the
made "I've dropped, in to talk to you about Southbound virtue nf I hat i-irlnln Aunt decrvo nf forcclnnurv legal' hniini of ..1. for Hie ,purim, of .nll-
who at the same time fylnir acid Anal .. .
mad nnd r.nd..1 on I I..InU.lr.l.: day' depiviHi? r >IUi. inir dearirlnnl .
public the fact thnt a new company your insurance. No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:10: a. ni. of March. A. l> I02B. hy Hon. Amos lwi.. :; real eatnle., lying and bring In llradfoMtcounty y'

We can estimate the wealth wider has been incorporated in Japan to Mr. Blnnk raised a face on which No. 3, 11:02: a. m. Judge of the Mill Judicial Ircuit ,wing for ,' Florida. 11.-", :
.nd Inatind of Jiidir A. V. IKUIOof. the I I Tho North half of the t
this
ground in Tho South west
eunntry. be known as the Ford Motor Com- hostility with just a trace of apprehension No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m. flKhlh. .ludlcnl Ircuit of. Mori.In. ..llnipinhnod I| 'lung, South of Wateniak llranch and quarter., the
li.irland Oil Com)':my triki"a n' vf wni depicted No. 7 Limited In that ci.rlnlll ciitmi. Mluuln, 'I'll' ,. I I'. doral ). Hiiuilu' >ni, Ltd. nnd thnt 2:10 of
oil well in its {' ilorado! tritory. pany of Japan, an assembly p m. Land Hnnk of ('..I"hi",.. a .....,...rnlloll. 'I ISi'i-tinn, ;, 'lonnnhip,. 6. South of Hen.quarter.. 21 l 1 I"

Tln ron of the gnu r''h 1: ug> u.,it, plant will _bo established in "What about my insurance ? ho NorthboundNo. la complainant: .n.l'toy:: '! : Kolu rte. vl nl nro 'Kaat.i! A''... Ilio Nortlu-niit iiuarlcr, of the 5

tn'onty "',11'r! n fat, a ila<', 'an !. Yokohama, the first to be opened in demanded, harshly. "If yim're cooling :2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m. .dtffendnitla.ale nnd will cell. undemliinud will( offer for I' Norlhw.i.1, quarter of Mvllon 51. Townnhln ,
b> I Ilio hlnheat n. Mouth ,,
lildder forcaah. f Kami
21 Kant
henrd'for, ,.''x mi, .' .. If iwiro the Orient. hero to bother me about the lust timeI No. 4, 4:20: p. m. In front of tho Counhmia door. In I''about 12(1 eerie. morn or I...containing. In all

worth oiiu d"l'al'' n t!iuU.II..... 1.I, 'I Improving economic conditions got burned out why I positivelyain't No. 20, Cedar Key 8:50: Stnrke, llrndfonl County., "Florida" i cm Mon A. 7.. "IIKJNS.S".I }
.'.11.,il 1 a. m. day the 4111 day of May ,t. P. IMS durlini M......
11 ciu.i:, 'On".t"rvI" Abroad have made large expansionprogram got no time to waste on you. the houra, .
legal of .
n No. 101 Limited, 6:17: m. Male for .the piirtmae of E.: M. JOHNS
p.
) i > )hv nui' it would that: \\ >.ii. imperative and the formation "It (Isn't that at all," the solicitor I Wan aatinfylnir ald: final decree, the follnwlna- Hollcllor/ fur Complainant., 2-IT-M-4-I t
Branch- I I
nee
> iii i.. .. j : hastened to renssurlnicly. "Your deecrlbi-,1 11 nl entale. Iplug I I ,and bolnu i In '
of our new company In Japan is say No. 101 leaves Starko 7:40 Urndfoid. I .."n.)'. Florida' to-wlt I I
: m.
simply n part of the general plan. most recent loss was adjusted verysatisfactorily I No. 102 arrives a. N.'HIi, half of Houthwett, uunrler. South- I NOTKK in IEHrOItS. AM ('IUJlIfIII: rs
Starke .
The 3:15: p. tn. <>n t uunrler' of Hoiitliwent quarter Houlhwit T
to all concerned. ,
And the wealth in the Krou" '. .' Our foreign sales] last year exclusive ( Daily! except !Sunday' ) .1 ijuniler of Norlhwoet uuarter end South- 1 Crrlilar. and. all pcmona buying claim

p-rhnp" !"'thnn the wealth i1 I' of the business done by the Ford company paid your claim and thnt'nall went quarter of Souiheaal. luster of North- ....In.1 the tatat. of Mary. Hnpklna. late of J I .
showedan there Is to thnt. I believe you're T. J. GRIFFIN, wren uuarter, all In Hi...llon 10 Township II llrailford Uiiunly )Florida ....... will pre'l liiit .
n r. loatnig above every f'.I.u Motor Company of {Canada: I South I Itanao! Jl, Kiml.: contnlnlna nil cures. their claim duly auUianlloatiHl to the

waiting to bi-. t'n: out and mo.:, increase of close to :20! per cent very well covered against damagesby Agent I A. ADKINS.\ I| undenliinod. i-tooiilor and. MiltrU within ,

N enough iiitrnsfon to fcrtili'/n over the previous year. The outlook fire ?" I --- -- -- ----- R. M. JOHNS. *""''"" Jlal.r.l. I lndi
I penionii ninny such fnrmi.\ We huy nitrogen Is much better this year for we feel "You hot I am. .Solicitor for Complainant .-5t-o-l j jNorlcIc : tn pay their: aald debla to the eecu- rv
hauled all the fn>m S ..ilhAmrriin tar and eircutrlx forthwith ',0
way ;
that have only begun to developthe "So I presumed nut it: occurred
we JUSt
nri'l there are blllior c( OF GUAHIIIAM' ", 4, BALK OF IIKU. Title KAIh Hay of '. n. 1125.
sales possibilities abrond. to me just a few minutes ago i KHTATKNotice JOHN.rnGto) ,
tens of il above our heads.
In Europe sales conditions have that you ought to have some tornado In hereby iilven Eeeautor.
I then the undvraliinml KATE i.iviNnaroN.
And wh:-.. '. t". ... ,:, -rime! been improving all the time. Increasing insurance." nil liuardlan; fur f.arl) 'Ihomaa ..n.Iolo\ !; S-SV-OI-4/ R.eculrlt
made it .tI Thotnaa, Minor helm nf If II. Th..",... doceaaed -- --- --
the waters .' .' ...l.d.t1 demand for our products "What's that? inquried Mr. Blank will apply to the Honorable
lakes, that ,l. u': \ pert necessary lost year to open n new coming from around the counter with I eau .t riardlner.:: County Jed: r."y nf llrndfonl: County I OKIIFII FOR Pt'lll.\ICAllOVI : >

of the earth plant at Stockholm and another at the light of Interest In his eyes. o JO1itl o'cloek Florida a on m.the for 25lh nn. order. of to April nel| 1021 at ,private at 10 I tn Circuit,, Conrl. ruhtti Judicial Clr... ..It.

Here and ttc-rd.! along the Pai. I Rotterdam.In ""Well it protect you against any I Kale. all thu blind. of tao: old minor in llrniiror.l. Counly Hlutu of Florida In Cnanp -

wells !In the South America condition likewise I.fv niece has bought Inn newspr.g I h. rollowlnir. di-errllied lends altnato' and ly- 'ry .
Coast you see oil out injuries to your stocks fixtures or Inc In Hradford (Counly Slat of Florida to- I klantle Rlliabeth flarrlt. ComplnlnantI
ocean. nre Improving. Early last year buildings by wind storms. It cost I i' hat-a like nrlistiili.r. wit I .
very I [ JnniM
.-!*-that. looks it wu Robertirrli.. llofendallt,
Men eventually will']! cxfloro theocral's we opened a new plant at Santiago little comparatively and it may pay I "help to her Intolle.ks i.t I A.ndhrn.ts quarter of Houlheaat quarter. It appiarlnv, hy arflilnvlt appenduil tn the
Chile and established keep I Siell.in Three, .) 111. Townnhln" Sin ((01.! South hill Mel. In the. nbovit-elaled.
a that Jamea
only lately catiao
. bed us they now cxp'i big. For example if a gale ,
: you very like th.'art nf
l Ijji-ic ; I never Hnnue Twenty-one' (211) Eat llntiert Rarrln, the di>fi>ndant therein named
Alu-hi; or Afrii-,: m.'J give to ri-: brands at Pernnmbuco to care for increasing rips a few shingles! off your rnof you !' xhe.! '!" shapes she wore in ypit-1 M \rriK Meri.VNAaiMN.' I I. n non.r.."i.l. nl r.f II.... Slain of Florida, and

f-.ri" from tho air! the m'roj'ntl.r. ; business In Brazil, as well collect If tha ruin pours in through Hjruiic, that tank n half a dWi-ii Thli. fiiinnlinn: tar. n,"ld M-nora. IH a .lil..il ,,f "I'hlla'lrlphln. Hlate' ot PennMvivnnln. -
2lttb of ,
day March .
A U 102(1.( ,
nl ivi.'i:
.- IK, d. Henry nest would '! > an building large additions to our i the hole and wets your goods you collect .,..ni''. to hold tlin critter "", a- 7Bt424CtfdltorV tinam> < f Mn.lnw,, ,Htrttr" it, In and therefor to over*

I U i c' if ho hid I MU.-IC: S'...r.1, plants at Buenos Aires mId Sao I I some more." !l.nt' thU here up-to d/ilu dmc- I ..NOTII- /Inrdnrifl, that raidynon-nwld' .nt defendant ttamid
I'EIlTowt
l'AND CRBITORH ,I h IH hurry. .
PB ulo. hat crowns ber brow tuduy, i < rt-ijtiircd to ripper to the
You said sufficient "tlltl'dII'! : and nil peraonii navlnoelatrna 'Mil of comiilinnl, tiled In inlil cause on or ,1f..r. **-
The Supreme Court decides thnt In Japan wo have up to the present I)I Blnnk. "I take some policies of that I II certainly! a winner -ami, I'M. | mrnlMHl th.. Fnlnte of Hubert 1'nnes' Into of .. Momlny. tininih, day of March. A.' P.

the giimcnnd lish art is const: time been distributing products ,I I bucv'- of what I say! llrad'ord Counly. Florldn., 01.-..,.....,. will HIT, ,. 11",1., rem (illiMrnlliina. of aalil hill/
: i there tornado insurance right away j jI 'A gravy-howl turned up:didown" prenent hoer elalmn' duly, authenticated to will In* taki'M .. coiififiiti'd. by ald duf.ndanl.
' tiori.-il., Tho Nationnl Cowrmcnt. through; an independent agency at |I I I But hold on !I" Ho approached the describes it mighty niirli} the underaluneil admlnlmrator. within ann I| .It In further, oril that thl order. .hepnblinhdnn' .I''!
has where Tear or they will be fnri-ver linrri-d. end nil n work fur fnur conavcutlv. '
therefore
rower. game Yokohama. Even under these limited i agent sinl'ng' his voice to n ('onri-I and R single, bobbin' feather fM-ranni' Indebted. .... wi>i'kit In the Itrailfind oulily t Teleirraph,
and I I..h are concerned *o prote f conditions. Japan has been absorbing:jdentiul'' tone. "First I got to ask you upMvateu the seMrehin' eye. Inc, tn> ,pay their. aald slubbtluail on A Iminelrclor ni''>'*pai>er piihliiihi-d. ,In laid County and Slut.

the interest of the poor'' Ford[ products ut the rule of more : I 1.IIr.e K'VUS' the merest him forthwith.. I Thla .February II, limit.tl. .
i a question, : How do you start a tornado W. J. BPPRRSOM W. Ar.DBflMAN.' r
The Monterey Fish Prodjct Com than 250 units a month. With greater ?" nf Venus in e'lips&--but It fun, I':' AdmlnUtrntnr' nf the Ratnte, of Robert P. '8..11 Clerk Clra-U Court.. I

pany must now discontinue! : turnIng facilities for distribution u consul- I socks the emphasis on smlilii' .Ines.. n..d. E. M JOINS

into fertilizer fish fit for human erably larger volume of business is WILLIAM( IJIo'IIln'oITEW:' ;\ ( T mbv lips! Thl. 10th day of March ID2R. s-so-al-6.15 I Hollrllor far (mplalnant. I--IS-6t-8-l
j -- ---
food. Although my niece's new '-
expected as our advices show there for 1, The many friends-here and in Lake I spring hat ain't needin no .1.! NOTICE TO lrlirlfS_ _AM-fRMHTOR': ORDER roll PHIII.ICATION/
III a growing demand not only
What about ,,n act 1)o..t( would and trucks but also for tractors. i Butler will regret to hear of the death I '"""e,1'1i take my reputation K'H I Ciroilllnrw ."01.11 pernoni havlnir' el.lm. In rireull, fourl Fluhlh: .,...If..1' CI, 'ull.
cars of William Stewart (54 I t the peak of common sense. The a".'".' thr Rulato, of Andrew M. Itolllna. 'Into I llrndforil Ciiunly, Stets nf 1'1..101.n (Chan'
prevent exploit ;;:s of child labor Details affecting the new Japanese Henry years'j I nniissumln'/ egg-shell may bo nf Bradford County, Florida, deceaaed.. willpnnent i 1 ....,, .

turning young lives into <lr clalma' duly nulhentlcatt-d ro thoiinderafirnid W C Haitnilera. Complainant
,
children! Into illness He hud only lived in Jackson-I I I Admln"trator within on. yrar or ...
grinding up completed and it is expected to begin t 11 mo we moot one, we can swear :they, will ha forvi-r: barred..n.l:: alt rniinniiIndebted IA"I.I.un.I....., defendant

profits Isn't that worse than functioning bout April 1st. Formtt- villa three months, and was oupluy.iII [ to wbnt'H inildol When we run : IJu acid| R 'tati* err reque teil to pay It nppearlnv, \ nffidnvlt appended Inb..
grinding good salmon into fertilizer I hy the Sculioui'd" Air Line railroad. us l' icnmt perferti-iii it's the tini llu-lr debt. lo tho Adinlnlatratiir: : forth hili> filed In the above-tinted' rniiMe that Lmile.Anundrr. *
ion of a dealer's organization to with. tho, defi'iidnlit therein named. I. ann
TThe handle all the Oriental trade, under i a m-ction foreman. He resided at fit! ? | for Htandin' pat-so, I rl'lfh.t..rnpproval RAVMONn II. nOM.INH. -rnidrnl of the and .h.1a *
i ::
.r.IiirnI'rJ'It"\ :
I Sunshine street. Besides his wife, he of my niece's new AdmlnUlralor, of Andrew M. Rodin, diwraaed a realdvnt iif : I: .
the company, also is under way. I I hat. Uncle John. ,end. In over Olin age of ..,...Iy.ona yearn i Ittherefor .
Supreme Court was not able The assembly! plant will be located leaves three sons, Victor B. Stewart': spring Thi tilth day vf Marrh. A. n.. man/ ,d ** ordered. that' Maid non-realdent ;. to uphold: the constitutionality of employed! liy the Atlantic Const LIIILI I l-m-OtdbH IMI and I IM hereby. required to appear. iii
at the Yokohama dock yards. affording -- 'o the .hill nf. niniplaint pled \In laid rear dnir '
an act to protect children, although excellent facilities for trnnaferng '' railroad at Lakeland ; Charles am! NOTICE: nf BfllOOt. RCTIONH hrrnri Miliilny. tho 21rd dny of March. A. "
'f. certain so-called "radical" justiceson Rxar Stewart of Jacksonville; also I j'I) HUB.: nlherwlM,, :Hie:: Mill-Kill;: :loll* of laid billwilt I
I manufactured automobile parts Ry thi* M..v.-.. vefltml I In Hum. 'liy Ih. Lawn IM. inhen n* eiMf-ii.i-d .by .aid defendant.II .
that bench did uphold It. from ships to the plant. Machinery two brothers, J, A, Stewart of .Jllck-1 d nf Plnrldn Hie Roanrf luhlliln.tnirllon of I I. further ,deed. that thla order be
\ However our highest court dues 1 sonville and J. O Stewart of ( ,, Itrndford' aunty lin.>v rnlU itirlinna. to lie uhll.hod> nnee. n ....'k for four aonaeeiitlveweek
for the new plant will be installed as n 5 1.hno Tumdny, '..** .
April nl the pehiHd In 'hp( Iliii'lfiird I'ftunly Teletfraph a
find a way to protect fish and game. rapidly us possible.Manufactured :< (,in., and three lIiHtcrM.Ira.! W. K:. -a cue fr ,..."... 'In their respro,'hr illHlrli-tH' numbered. frwl.t'" r imtli-li., 'In Mild County and Slat

I Wade, of Jacksonville; Mrs J. 10.liunn :. an' nnmitl lielow and niiimlntji, tnnnnHorii fare '/111. hrunry' I Illh I >B.
automobile part for ", ? elcetlnna aa followerNo fI!, W. ALDERMAN
About a hundred years ago, ins assembly in the Yokohama plant will and Mrs, H. L. Apuloborr, ...f1I1"Mem'r. I Tlwri'. ..., mannireni,, 0 W. Illmmn Irnli Clerk Circuit Court.Ity .
Ala. He was a memlu-r u I) W. :\I.,,, ... fl R Swindle (:. A. KNintIT,
Vermont log cabin a younffmother bl! shipped from the rompony'a plant No A f.nwtey. mannirem, 'r. J. Terry, Truby Deputy Clerk.

read to her children old a Keiirny, N ./. Free and Accepted Masons, WoodI W..I..", .....h,. A. If Harley.No E: lit .form/l.
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? Bible stories about the whale that I men of the World Coumbiu Woodmen .t'I I :; ,; ./.., 'JJ-$I 7 Drtioklyn, mnnnirera, R .0 Hollientvr, Snllclli r for Complainant 5.2o.Ot-a0oORDER
rJr. ,of 1.': J. I' 1'adaelt, John Orlner.' Mr.No .
swallowed Jonah Elijah and his comptroller from collecting a full ufllliuti-d in Lake Butler. He ... l 07 M ""' I :, R llradford.: : manavi. Wrn Harrell. O. ---- roll -PUBLICATION- -

chariot of fire and the fig tree that year's license fee of fii''l\' for each of a member of the Baptist church. I '" -.' <' w. Barry Wad. Ifamll.No. .

___ 0 Kelley.. mnnaven. J. t.. Underbill.. / In the Clreult Court In and for
rebuke. the : DradfordCounty.
withered under Divine the trucki. It is understood that the companied by family the AC'I C. Cronby, Colonel Crrmby.Ni .
f Florida' In chancery.ni
etltioners also will question the will lie forwarded Monday to I n1,; WORM I 1XAT l\JnN' IT I II 10 Vanderhllt.I :'mannKura: I. T,. Cimnnr, LI. !TO QUIRT 'TITI.KI:

1 truck classification whereby nonresidents Butler where the funeral and .C"'J LE.) ';; ...- ,-;. \-:'..:> ... I II I. C. Alvare. F. M. Norman. ...... T. E: Underbill et ale.V. .
That mother was poor and all No. 16 ffellbron. manavera, N D. Oreen, J ..
are required to double the ment will follow. The arrangementsare I.. Parmffnler. D. Rvdduth.
: pay Leslie Little, et al defendant.
her people wore poor. an'! "urs wasa license fees charged residents of In charge' of the Seashore funeral I ,iI; I _If .. No. 14 HUlna. m..n..,.. Tat Cr>,.l"y. Rofct To l.ali... Little. Turn llaker and EdwinHancock S

young and poor nation then. j ( .. IFalnlop. Rhblo: NormanNo name nf known .partlea If living I
The old Bible from that log cabin, Florida. Comptroller Amos take the purNin.-, Times-Union March :au. ... 17 Itonldritln, ....nn". .., Win. Cobs and If dead alt pnrti, clatmlnif an Interest
'. ... D M Moore, John ,lrrtvatt.
stand that to comply with of I man under add. known partn-a. and each of tnmileeeaiiwd
requests : "
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carefully wrapped up was taken to TAX LEVIES OF 1921Ae'.rI"H I ; ', f.. w. KICKMTKR. or ntherwlie, wles" realdene are .unknown
the broad platform before the Cipi- the contractors would In effect nullify Chairman and to all other unknown partleaclnlmina

tol. With his hand on that Bible provisions of the motor. vehicle license to figure compiled in . II County It WlilttlNK.H\ Mirrlnlend' .. ',.nl, T.7.-t./l' | .n Inler.-nt. In lamia .hereinafter deerlhed. -

Calvin ronlMcre! swore to do his law of 12.1.H. : the ufluc- of State Amos .
Comptroller .... TIC.'T'- Ui----- 1J1C1'r.rINWI.: ; You and each of you are hereby
of the United --- --- p; quired to be and. "before the
President
duty appear
as nionthan thirty-one million dollars
.v t w ,Ii ...';... ; Judea of the Clrcolt Court for the Eighth:
States. Ho is the grandson of the ..: 1.1 Ci.I will he paid into county treasuries by I .. Solar' 'lilila will be .........1 l by the Hoard. Judicial rirriill .., rtorlda. In and for II.."-
I 1\1 i l --' of llond! Triialeea of Itradfnril
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I 11 i >ay* I County Florida,
New England that owned ford
aunty the .Ivih day tf A.
woman Anrtl
the taxpayers of Florida to satisfy .. .. .. nt 'the office, of the fteeretary of the Hoard, ui-iin
"L/\ X-/IIS/ WI rll i'fcHSIN" Is a tfcciiillyprt / .t i). 1 11I2n at the Court. Home, In ...hr County, In
the Bible 100 years ago. the The ilarke.. Florida, untl) 10 'O'l o'clock a. m., April; .
levies for 1U1M.: total
amount Starke. I Hnrlda to Rill of Complaintexhibited ,
red 1 UU .w.
a
I | ) yru."l'JI.\.Laxativu: i I. r ItUIl' 14th III II. and at Hint tlmv ......U..ly upend'
,([;unit,pation. It relieves promptly and exclusive of Liberty county which r f".. avaln.t y1 aald Court hy Mr*.

This Is the land of opportunitynd I should be taken regularly for 1 1 to 21 daysto has failed to report l in 3111386443. J / -: ''"i -S I It ONE: ROAD MACHINE WITII KiriHT. FOOT T.Vermonter R Underhill.. 'i.i. ..,n J. '... Underhill Jennie
-- ni.ADK.: TRACTOR HITCH 11101.1. ,. Ir.
will be
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growth. What will It be In I I1eue induce regular action. It Stimulates The .state will receive $5.094.615.25of 4. v.f w-j I required In furnlah complete apeelflcatlAna" of Dellle 11n.I..IIJ.' Underbill. Ethel.

Ketfulatea. Very Pleasant to Take. COo _. the meehlne" bid on. the' price f. n. b. Stark.and In".hl. l.k.. nlll "I..... Jean
to come if the 112.000,000now :oer bottle the total amount. The balance will ---' -1 -- ------ the. dat of delivery. Alea /. May l.lttl .andPlnrene

here work as hard nnd hopefully go to counties, special school dintritts The Hoard _.n"" tn* right to reject any Underhlll.

as mon and women did in the bonded road districts and the and all bid.. The Hradfonl County T.I..ph. a weekly ,
TONIC i To E. 8 MATTIIKWS.c. newapaper ,.ubl.h.1 In Hradforil
Stop Cough Quick
days of Calvin Coolidge's grand Everglades drainage project. The a Ch""nSecretary. Count, Florida' la hereby dcalxnated aa the

mother? I Oro>e'. Tasteless chill Tonic restores .utilities will get 916,652,2rir/ / ; #pe- ,; !i take HAYES' HKA1JNO: HONEY n I A. ruTcn. itewai Imbfd>aiier for eiiiht III 1 which eiinaccutlv thla notle weak.shall. .b. p'b-
II :
.lMftMlOUKKKIt
l I Energy: and Vitality by Purifying and ,cial xchool! districts, .1.560.116.62 ; :)rough/! m..lkin which Htnm| the cough by'I I Th. landaliacrlbed 'In the IMI of Comr .> n
healing the inllunietl and Irritated tissues. Full FtihLICAtlON In thla re-t.', the till to which U guy t"
Enriching I : lie Blood. When you feel its bonded school districts $260,21B.46; i :
he aa'alnnt the named defendanif
Tallahassee Provisions of quieted
the A box of GOVE'SPENTKAT:/ .,
strengthening/ Inviua,rating effect: see bowit special l road districts $2, 41,208.47; |I. In Circuit Court Eltfhth Judicial Circuit. livlnuand any and all per.ona .1..ln. > nd
Florida motor vehicle license law SALVE for Chest Gilds' /hand Colds and .
'
tag : thniuch under -
them "
bonded road districts : : Bradford County, fltate nf Florida.' In Chartry. Internet or .
brings, color to the checks and how $224i2H.U7; ;
.
.
| C'r-nip: .In enrlnsed with every bottle n111YES' f ** or atherwlae aa folli.w., 'n.wl' Th' -
aiTtctlng track were brought Into I it improves the appetite you win: then Everglades; drainage fund, $1I52- : I| : HEAI.INC: /IIO.MKY. The ..alve.Iuld I n..ldllron./ .. C..mpl.ln.ntva. Font Twenty ,nf the : r' c-

question by mandamus proceedingsfiled appreciate its true tonic value. 7aI.: \\J; and all other special taxr4'ts >. be rubht'lon the chest and throat than nit 1241. Township alir InRanire
nenrtfla Strung Defendant Twenty-two 122)) East, an e-
in Leon c6unty circuit court by j Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic U simplyIcon $ ;IM.TH.i Based on a population of'if > hiidren suffering from u Cold or Croup. bllat apnearlna- by affidavit: appended to the Ins Mltiuted and lying I In S'" I' I ,ty
sub-contractors on Madison county : filed la the ahnvelai4d eel..* that flea,- Florida.WlfNBSH' .
'one million the total will Pirfoelin* irmt of Hny -i'HrallnslI'mryln- .
and Quinine suspended In syrup. So representa d i:,: lhlhrf: >*t rnmhlftcil: : with: the hralfnii' "ffi-rt o f .la Strong the defendant, therein named la n MY lit 'T. vn I r'I. ililCourt
road work. The proceedings seek to I fraction more than $31 ;. in-realdnt. of the Stale. of this 'heBlhdi'v I t.
I pleasant even children like It. The bleedheeds / per capita. r ne e (1 IVn Tr.( !Vnlvi. through tha pure iiI f florl-la. and the "
require the comptroller to issue nonresident Q'UM.NE to Purify it and IRON These taxes will be derived from ax"CHMnint.i t: I t.- kin win it ,p, a nuiliIVrfh reaidn. .* la unknown and la over the age of V. MIT -I
to I I ronlU-n.. *,* pw k..1 In oa. rarlnn and tht .. twenty-fine yean it I. therefor ordered that f II.iI Clerk Circuit "r.
license taj for fourteen I Ecru II it. [),. .tfys, Malarial germs and on real estate aggregating ,t,,-t of I IIP i imbin-l Ifo.rri-nt i I. 3V Maid non-redd.nt'I.frnlent b* and la hereby ray C. A. KNIGH.n.p.I
trucks used in hauling road materials l J'r.ti7a t ; !, ; ; rsonal ; required,, to it;>ri< ur to III* hill .f' complaint' nl\!.dfn
Grip germ- by if Suuntfthenlng, luvlnuralmg ; 1 I" property, $ +' J. lust ask. your druggist! for (IIA YES' / ...t,1 ca..*. im or t b**for" Monday, the 4th OYD r.HKI.V: and R A. GREEN

in that county and to prevent the UTecL klx.. 'd'Jl.lLii; : ruilr'jad-i, fruit growers' r-x- I Mr.. A UNO /ItONY 'Icy 'it Nay. ?>. D. I I'-".. 'In'rwlae the all.K.- ,, "'"',I.- for C-milalnant "..* 7t-.-,
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I PACK EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL I, 1925.


+ FUNERAL OF MRS. MARCUS F. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews- ; a sis

t Bradford County Telegraph BROWN ATTENDED UY HOST I ter, Miss Florence Matthews; a brother I

----- OF SORROWING FRIENDS Eugene Matthwes; other relatives

I and many warm frienda.I Bradford High
Published. weekly and entered" aa I
When the wires flashed the grievous I Among the handsome floral pieces
1 second class matter, at the posit ,
message from Tampa to Starke I sent by organizations were those
office at Starke Florida. that Mrs. Marcus F. Brown had been !1 from the Hillsboro Bar Association,
-- .-_-- killed in automobile acci- of Shackleford
- -- -- instantly an Office and Brown, School Journal
m. 8. MATTHEWS__________________Ownar. dent, the family and friends here Tampa; Lawtey State Bank, Teachersof -

'' J. C. ROBINSON___-_____Mantdoc Editor. heard the sorrowful announcement the Bradford County High School,
tc with the moat poignant sense of bereavement Members of the Methodist church, ul
r and acute sorrow. Woman's Club of Starke, Town of PRANK CARPENTER RUSSELL SCOTT [
FRIDAY
PUBLISHED EVERY EditorALDERT Sport Editor
Her body, accompanied by her be- Keystone Heights, Pi i Kappa Alpha
reaved husband, Mr. Marcus F. I Fraternity, Gainesville; Starke College MIZELLE EUGENE MATTHEWSJok. Editor
1 SUBSCRIPTION RATE Brown, Dr. and, Mrs. G. W. Brown Girl of the Woman's College, AMiatAnt' Ediutr
and Mrs U C. Livingston, was I Tallahassee Missionary Society of I IL II ;
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Per Year $ HILL
PINE
& u brought hero Wednesday on the early I the Methodist church. RIGHT OF SEARCHThe Chronic line writers are laying I Ia In

._._ .______ 75c I I supply of pencils and paper for the
"\Six Months morning train, and taken to the homeof Among the out of town persons attending Pine Hill, April 3.-Mr. and Mrs.E. .
-- --- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. i the funeral were: Mr. and fourth amendment of the Con- L. Youngblood and son, Lawton, of monthly convention
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Matthews where she lay surrounded Mrs. G. C. 'jatitution of'ho United States declares I
J'I Livingston, Messrs. ,' with her parents. April fool, heard I ;;
rr r by pure white lillies and a wealth of' Charlie Marks: Walter Wills, Clifton : 'II Graham, spent Saturday afternoonMr. Poor little me
j rj other choice flowers. Her shroud washer ; Brown, all of Tampa; Mrs. C. W. Lid- 1 I I "The right of the people to be so-( and Mrs. Jack Padgett, of Riding by fell I

wedding dress of white Molly-O-I I I don, Mrs. M. C. Stith, Mrs. Bruce cure In their person, houses, papers, Graham, were the guests of Mr. and I In a well laid trap

Crape, cascaded with Chantilly lace, Norman, Mrs. Annie M.\ Richard, I I and effects against unreasonable Mrs. A. C. Hall Friday afternoon.Mr. "Look out," quoth I, .
t and, as her friends looked on her beautiful Mrs. J'. L. Briggs, Messrs. Morgan I hated I I and seizure shall\ not be vloI and Mrs. G. F" Johns, of Waldo, '

placid face the thought came Richard and Ben Witkovski, Mrs. W. I and no warrants'shall issue but were with friends here Sunday afternoon For L l laugh best, last
that i L. Edwards: all of Jacksonville; Judge I upon probable cause supported by Only now scan this carefully

rx "Death lies on her, like an untimely and Mrs. A. V. Long, Mrs. Louis T. I oath or affirmation, and particularly Mr. and Mrs. Walter Payne and ( On the margin and
w 'rNo. I frost Jarmon, of Palatka; Mrs.J C Adkins, describing the place to be searched'and family were shopping in Hamption Look wise.
Upon the sweetest flower of all the Mrs. J. M. Dell, Mrs. Nolan Blake, all the person or things to be seized." Friday. I

49S4 i Held." 1 of Gainesville; Dr. and Mrs. G. W. : I II Misses Lillie and Dollie McRae, of I School speeds-up-as the goal, vaca

(Moi.oership. ( in National Highway The funeral was held Thursday afternoon Drown, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moore, Mr. CIJliI40 OFF THE GRASS j Starke, were the guests of Misses tion, gets nearer

Association) at three o'clock, at the and Mrs. L. H. Hill, all of Lawtey. -.- I Clemmie and Lucile Hall Sunday.J. .
:.. : Almost all of the year's work will
Methodist church, and was attended I The habit in Florida of burning off of
| J. Padgett and T. E. Oldham,
I MIUIVAY be covered by the end of this week.
by a host of sorrowing friends and grass and weds, in the spring is a Graham, were the guests of A. C. Hall
Italy is emulating young America'sexample relatives of them from The reviews will start in preparation
-many coming I Midway, April 3Mr. and Mrs. J. costly one. The fires destroy the humus Saturday afternoon.
for final examination.
by burning_ her money. distant parts of the state. The Im- C. Denison was dinner guest of Mr. I and humus is necessary in the
-- pressive services were conducted by | and Mrs. J. I. Walters Sunday. soil if good crops are produced. All day with their sister Mrs. E. L. The following was over heard in a
The "squeeze crossing" at Cotton-with Rev. ('. F. Stamen, pastor of the | Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crawford were vegetation in the form of weeds, i i Youngblood, of Graham J study hall at the B. H. S. "Hey,

dale will likely prove popular Methodist church, assisted by Dr. A. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. grass, vines, etc., should be plowed ( Mr. and Mrs. Walter Payne and what's a five word letter meaning an
joy riders. K. Dunham, rector of St. Mark's I I Thomas. under. I family and Mrs. Payne's mother, inflamed/ swelling "Don't know,

the- Episcopal church. Rev Starnes pre- ], Mr. and Mrs. Tom Douglass and .---- .- Mrs. G. W. Sheffield and Mrs. A. C. but 1 know where there will be one
Additions to asylum for the his (-eded the casket, repeating the burial Mr. and Mrs. Bell Douglass, of Haines FLORIDA'S FIRST DAILY Hall were shopping in Starke Satur- if you don't let me study."
have been ordered by the board service which begins "1 the
eane am resur- I day afternoon.
s City, returned home after visiting
of control. Probably preparing for an rection and the life; he that liveth and |i here several days. The Pensacola Gazette of December Misses Clemmie and Lucile Hall accompanied Br-r-r-r. Old man winter handedus

I influx of cross-word puzzle addicts.0 believeth on me, though he were dead I Mr. Pervis Lewis, of Brookerr spent 2Ut,1839, stated that "The ApaIlachlcola by !Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pad- an April Fool, just as we were

-- yet shall he live again," and Dr. Dun- ,Sunday here with his sister, Mrs. J. Gazette is now published gett, of Graham, attended the show ordering an, electric fan.
I r Keystone Heights will linger long ham read selections from the thirty- C. Denison. daily. This is the first attempt at a in Waldo Monday night. ,j -
.' of Florida editors who ninth and ninetieth Psalms also A chemistry student claims he has
in the
an
memory Mrs. Belle Thomas and daughter, daily in Florlda.-C. E. Bartlett was ------- -
j were so royally entertained by the abridgement of the 16th chapter of editor. HONOR ROLL IIA MI'TON SCHOOL discovered'something seven thousand
Rita in Lake Butler
were shopping times sweeter than but as yet
I I. civic bodies of that enterprising re- First Corinthians. sugar ,
Saturday.Miss March he has not told us her name. \
i s sort. A quartette, composed of Mrs. J. L. Elsie Douglass spent the Many a good tempered colt is spoiled Sixth grade: Ruth Williams, Roy
--o--- Briggs, MA. W. L. Edwards, of Jack- I week-end with her uncle, Mr., J. W. I by a bad tempered owner. Williams, Howard Moore, Raleigh
i Boston at one time had an ordi- sonville; Messrs. L. G. Powell and Thomas. Brannen. LAWTEY vs STARKEThe

nance prohibiting the use of bath John Powell" softly sang "In the Hourof I| Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Meller, of Worthington BUYS THE HOPKINS PLACE Seventh grade: Margaret Packham,
1 l tubs, except upon order of a physician Trial, and Rev. Daugherty made a Springs were visiting Mr. and / baseball teams of Starke and
,
i Alvareh- Estelle Johnson, Hilda Durden, Kath- '
says an exchange. Now we know feeling invocation, after which Mrs. Mrs. F. W. End field one day this Drew purchased the Lawtey played at Duncan I'ark last
\ Weest Jessie Freeman
where some of our' visitors hail from. Briggs sang$ the exquisite solo, "WhenI i week. Mary Hopkins home and farm on the ryn Owsley, Friday afternoon. The score was
Shall Fall northern edge of town, and will move !Hall. C. T. Lawhorne, teacher. 1
-- Asleep"Jeanette I Mr. Fred and Roy Green of Brook- eleven to nine in favor of Starke
-- -- ----
Tampa's chief of police has taken Dorothy Matthews was er, were visiting Mr. R. R. "Taylor his family] there as soon as alterations I NOTICE This was a return game, for the
all the joy out of life for members of born in Starke, twenty-eight years I Sunday. to the house have been completed. I week before the Starke team had

his force. lie has ordered them to ago, and grew to young womanhood | Mr. Roy Andrews, of Brooker, was This property consists of 40 acres of i Cemetery working at Elzy's gone to Lawtey and defeated them.
cease firing at the pavements, there- beloved by her devoted parents, sister visiting here Sunday. land and a well-built house. 'Chapel Friday, April 10th. Every Alvarez and Thomas starred for

by taking away from them the satis- and brother, also large circle of admiring I .. SECOND: 'il'Lli'EIIANCEAIEF.TING !body interested come prepared to Starke.
faction of knowing they did hit some- friends who w"re drawn to RAILRO l\IANUA MUSED work. -
: NEXT SUNDAY
thing. her by her beautiful disposition and 1 TO IMPROVE STATIONS AT j! 0. P. HALE. THE SCIl6oL BUILDINGWe
; NIGHT WITH METHODIST
-0-- lovable personality. When a child she STARKE AND! DADE CITY ; -- -------
I i
I St. Augustine-Site to be purchasedfor are pleased to note that our
Good old days have passed when united with the Methodist church, Very enthusiastic Union Temperance -
school has been
better
waterworks building in condition -
Tallahassee March 23.-The Florida new system
the livery stable received about seven- and at the time of her death was connected | Meeting was held in the Baptist this than ever before.
Railroad commission this '" year
ty-five per cent of a man's wages with the church in Tampa. She ; morn- I I church in the evening of the first Sunday Place: Here. Time:: Then.: (Russell There has been more pupils at the
i ing filed mandamus proceedings in '
when he in love.TimesUnlon.Now was a graduate. of the Bradford in March. This the first '
t was j was was trying to recite history) school this term than but due
ever,
the state court against the j ji '
Henry Ford and the Standard County High School In the class of supreme meeting of its kind held in Starke for :, Russell: Bla-a-a-a glob-b-b o-o-p- to the teachers and Mr. Thornton the
Seaboard Air Line to force it to
Oil Company takes. care of all he 1014, and the next term entered theWoman's i with the orders of the commission comply several years; but it was a decided ]; Miss Fripp: Russell, what is the grounds and building have been kept
I makes, in addition to what ha can College at Tallahassee, |I success A large crowd was in atten-i :matter? clean. In fact our school, looks beautiful -
foi improvements in the depots at :
I borrow. where she made a brilliant record dance and responded enthusiastically I Russell
Starke and Dade City. 1 I : My tongue got caught on this year. The palms planted last
-- and was graduated in the class of to everything that was done and said. :my eyetooth and I couldn't see whatI year have grown and the is
THE FIGHT ONCONGRESSMAN 1018.! For four years she taught in --, -'" The people went away from the meet- was saying. 1 pretty and grass

GREENIf the high school department of the B. More Metamorphosis Ing in good spirit, feeling that public Much has green.been said about the way
II. S., doing much to inspire her pu- MaD used to have a hobby. Now tt sentiment was at last being) Definition of a Senior: A poor I the building is kept, but if
oar Republican friend Drown pils with a love for educational work. 1M has a bobby It Is a bag.Hndejalin aroused in favor of law enforcement I II boob who wont he able to go to school I was to inspect the building anyone they
y thirks: he's going to get anywhere in On the 14th day of October, 1024, I|I and temperance. next year,-if he passes. I
would find that
it is much cleaner
his "contest" for the seat of Judge ;
Miss Matthews was most happily
I
But this
the first
1 meeting was only
than it has been before.
Miss
Green In congress, there are some married to Mr. Marcus Frederick of a series of like meetings planned Fripp: What did Sherman say i ever

other thoughts in store for him. Brown and for five and a half bliss for the year. Next Sunday night, I about war?
Judge Green was elected by the ful mJntha lived in their Russell: I'll bite. What? I
they new April 5, the second meeting is to be The Seniors had a final examination
people of the second district to represent home In Tampa-then came the held in the Methodist church. A We are not certain but we thinkwe in history Wednesday and they

them, by an overwhelming ma- tragic end to her beautiful life. splendid program is being arranged, will have to write lines this month. I all hope that it really was final.
jority. The general elections in November At the close of the church service and it Is expected that this meetingwill

: showed still a greater ma- the choir sang, "Peace, Sweet Peace," eclipse the first both in attendance -=
jority in proportioning the votes and the long funeral cortege moved and interest. Since there will

which 'were cast.if. slowly out to Crosby cemetery.The be no other service at any of the
if. On some technicality, his Republican active pallbearers were: Frank My niece has bought her new churches in town, everybody is not
opponent has "contested" the Joe Dalton Carr upr'iig' hat-a smug, artistic I
Pomeroy, Colley, only invited but urged to attend this
that looks like it '
election and hopes to be seated I tluma- wa
C. White Powell
George Carpenter,
very important meeting. Bring your
built to keep her intelle ks u.ti
through the Influence of tho big Republican H. J. Davis. Honorary pallbearers: I i home) I never like the cart- friends along with you. Services to .
majority now in the house. J. M. Mitchell E. M. Davis, J. W. An- !I wheel": shapes she wore in yearn begin at 7:45: : sharp. o
Republicans have a sense of right drews, Jr., O. L. Beasley, L. A. Davis, I gone, that took a half a dozen ---
and justice for which, evidently, Mr. J. M. Alvarez, S. S. Dowling, J. C. I t3nrs to hold the critter: on- E. II. KINGMAN;
lIrown gives them no credit. The Robinson, J. 11. Hitch, IX E. Knight but this here up-to-date device DIES IN LAKELANDE. :

house will not stand for Mr. Brown's and A. M. Darby.At I !that crowns ber brow todaYi !ia Nof, :..' ..::::;:-:;-''/> ,_ f' '. \'
contentions and he faces one of the the Rev. Starnes read the certainly a winner- 'nl H. Kingman, well known among
grave
I bac'c of what I I the local strawberry buyers and
biggest "bug-a-booH", of his say
younglife $ conunitul service, and "Abide With I can make ship-
when he before the committee Me" I A gravy-bowl turned upsidedown" growers, died in the Lakeland hospital -
goes was sung by a quartette. The
describes it mighty nigh,
Thursday, March 26th from
claims forA pneu-
to present his meagre newly-made covered with i
grave was and t a single, bobbin' feather mania. Mr. Kingman has been in'' Direct to
seat among that dignilled body. the choicest flowers sent by friendsto captivates! the seaechin'eye. Its
In the meantime Judge Green is show their love for the dead and taw-lire gives the merest hint Starke every berry season for the j the lines
going about his duties as representative their sympathy for the living. of Venus in eclipse-but It fairly past twenty years and during that!I on '
.. d from the second congressional "Sleep until the shadows nocks the emphasis on smiiiu' period made many warm friends who '
ruby will regret to learn of his death. the Southeastern "
i district of Florida, and will remain Take their endless flight IIpslAlthough ,

F" there until he resigns or Is defeatedby I Until the morning break, spring hat ain't my needin niece's no new do- TEACH CONVICTSSIHRTMAKING- ;' 1
the people of this district. Good night! Good night!" I r"sel'll stake my reputation it'sthe Express Company.

,r<. Gainesville Sun.ADVERTISE Mrs. Brown leaves to grieve for her ,, peak of common sense. The Convicts serving terms at the state |
\ death her devoted sumln' be prison farm at Raiford are being
.. untimely husband, I una egg-shell may f
; IN HOME PAPER Mr. Marcus F. Brown; her parents, plumb bereft of pride, yet every taught the art of making shirts. !I I Route your Shipmentsthe
I AND KEEP TRADE AT HOME I time we meet one, we can swear "The women are learning rapidly," !
to what's Inside) When we run W. A. Brown, manager of the prison '
,
(, ., Many country town; business men single thing that has happened in I acrost perfection it's the time said "But the men," the fastest way
feel rather sore about the amount of their own neighborhood. Where a big I fer standln' pat-so, I registerapproval I said and smiled, "are getting manager along J JlIiJY
\ trade which In many places leaves city newspaper is hastily skimmed, of my niece's new nicely at their new trade."
.t"h : the home stores and goes to more or and only a small part of the mattercan spring hat. Uncle John. The shirts are being made for a

". less distant cities. Yet If they would be noted because of the enormous New York concern. The state gets f

!Ii I line the same principles of advertising size of the publication, the home pa paid for every shirt made by the pris
as the result of which these big per is not so big but that it can be oners. The material is furnished by

city stores develop a great trade, thoroughly studied. As a consequence, i the concern.A .

1 they would go elsewhere for a lot of wherever the merchant puts his no- 1. 0 building, one of the finest at the, $
. t. etulT. Human nature is about the tice, it is bound to be read for two prison, was recently built by the J

". \ same everywhere. If the big city reasons: First, because it is next to state. It is made of reinforced concrete -
, stores have gone on to their wealth interesting news, second, because the and is fireproof. The machinerywas
and marvelous expansion through advertRlnl people are just as much interested in installed by the shirt concern.
s < / !. It Is not likely that advertising I the things that their home stores are The majority of the
as-
persons
I' will fail to help the country doing as in the things that the local signed to the shirt-making buildingare
town merchant. If the people of a societies or people are up to. When [ the
; women, manager said. A num- By surktnf
: your aapr.w sbipaMntt Soathmiura lEa.
town or neighborhood are falling to people read the advertisement of a I II ber of men, however, are also work- pr.. and Indicating tl. tranahr point 700 can a_,. fast
'j support the home stores as they store It won't be long before they will ing In the building. Urct ..i.lea to point oo the Un.. of the *lrrnthi.rHTn Rpraaa .. 1
should, the trouble is as likely to be I call to see what the stuff t looks like. THt WORM THAT TURNS AT I Company.
with the merchants as with the pea- The town where the merchants show LEAST EXERCISES ITS UVER GREEN COVE SPRINGS

pie. Very likely some of them are enterprise and push in the matter of LUMBER PLANT IS I ...For..dDC fllnIMr tamales InfonMttoo paw. .ralMfT..wrIt. M routine sad rTttnn1s ef
' not showing the enterprise they ought newspaper advertising Is apt to be DESTROYED BY FIRE \
i' to In the matter of advertising. the same town where the stores have .
It RU9SZLU Ow. Fa .
Every page and column of the' good! success In holding the home 4 "The Green' Cove Springs, March 31.- ....... R.p ,
,, home newspaper Is thoroughly scan- trade.-Rochester (N. Y.) Post and Dowling-Shades lumber plant"
ned. People do not want to miss a Record. I here, which was bought by the Far-
quhar Machinery Company of Jacksonville !
and which was being wrecked SOUfflEASITM !

f! I Ii 4 1 1N by that concern, caught Are about
tr, Chamber Commerce 41' S o'clock this afternoon, from acme i f
Meeting unknown cause, and was completely'
fi destroyed. Two thousand feet of lunv I +
ber and one car: of machinery were Express Company
:
cx Starke Tonight Friday 8:00 also !
,,\ i I r .' = a Is estimated consumed between by the $3,000 flames.and The$10-1 loss ,

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