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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 17, 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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I Census Returns ; ORDNANCE WILL REQUIRE 'Activities' In ; C. H.REGISTER BOOSTS THlS-- I



For Bradford': FLAGGING OF ALL CROSSINGS' Real Estate I SECTION OF THE STATEMrs. I

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F. A. Scott-completed l the cen- I I, The City Council- -of the city of ,I '11.11'1(1) a *(it U K'JC' tt It rill ><...H H N 1 The. Neal: Urns, farm on the Heilliioim I f Hon. C H. Kogi-t- -.-r-, (If(1 I / ,' Hut U,tt I)TH'M.K< II: 11 ,Jl >( H X d* ). U >Il-: K I< U K N UllWUttDd

HUS of Bradford County Saturday Storks, Honda' met .in regular. session : \ opriiiits; road was sold< I during ler, Union county 'c>ptiMii'it \e in t
afternoon and the tabulated results I April 7th with t the following! Hcilbronn Springs the past week to !Mesirs N. 1'. liitch, the state legrslutartt wi. into, IOM.iil I I Brown Withdraws

have been forwarded to Tallahassee.I' members present: C'. I''. Hoover, S. K. John and '1'. E. Sweat. This in Tulliiluifsii- u foe ,11,1,11. and! !r
Total population 7,024:! I huirman, I). C. Jones, L. A. Davis. I f Water All Okch trail ioniums II l I U:! ileus, a !good portion gave the following u the st.ii' ;'I'err. Election Contest

Whites 5,134 Jr.. J. \V, White. ; of wh... 11 i" hvavil> timboii'd.J. C. II. Kogister, of Lake lluili .representing .
I I Kuklilor. hits purchased from
Union county, is anther
Colored 1.800 Minutes of the lust meeting! were I Tats mode during the past few'V. I Peck .\. :-onW; : lots on Luke grout North Florida booster. llmi. K. A. iiein, roiirexeiitutiven
of Stai. ke 1,071 I read and .
Population approved.Mr. I days of the purity and fitness. for use KiiiK ley', in Peek' stub-division. "JI11'H from this district. haG
Population of Lawtey 301 I J. M. the "You rnn't heat our section 1'hoso horn of the
Truby requested of Heilbronn Springs water show ndisoil lij Iho luef clerk
I i I Another purchase hy Mr. Kukllte-r follows who \\u\a\ boon for
of 327 I making\
Population Hampton council to allow him to pay the delinquent that the water in of good quality. house' of ii-irosentati\e| that his opponent
There are twenty-three pairs of paving upsehsment, und be ul- I Ion Kingsley wn I 12:! acres from Bill the southern part of the sUite got in the iti-nonil election, Mr. U.O. .
twins in Bradford county live pairs lowed the regular annual terms. Mr. George \\ Simons, Jr., chief sanitary Starr on the north aide. This tractlontains headed' towards Florida nt such apace Brown, uf MuiKo, hud withdrawnthe
of which are colored and eighteen I I Jones made a motion that Mr. Trubybe engineer of the Florida stateboard I 4110> feet of lake front. i they/ kept /going until they reached I lontoitt fur his sent in thu house.

pairs white. I' allowed to pay the delinquent of health writes ns follows of I E. 1... Dig!:" I is another purchaser. of t the lower end uf the IItlll'. I don't Mr; Brown. is. in 1'iiiitu Cionlu during,
The smallest precinct i is No.4. I amount with interest and attorneyfees. his tests1: lake propci. Iv buying four lots in think it was all from choice. I the! present time engaged in dove-lap

Graham. I II Mr. Davis seconded the motion "Examinations huve been concluded IVok's Rubdivision.Dr. | "About the only mutter I mil particularly mont work fur the Punta (iordu Estiiten -
The largest precinct I is No.2, and it was carried. upon the above samples and the results Brinsiin, of Baldwin, has worked up about" .said Mr. and could not be reached to
North Starke. I indicate that the water from bought/ the LII\ baUKh lake property j Register, "is, better roads for our the .
verify dispatch.t01ptCN11niW1a19ouitQi01l0lhfiiWlNGiCi01t8afni0itQ0
Oldest person in the county is !I mittee K. R.from Thede the was chamber present as of a com-com this spring in of a good sanitary und in addition purchased three lots :, l'ounty.V,' want a little more money
ninety years of age. I quality at this time and would lie- from Peek & Son. and if wo can't get it through a ,y
the council to
merce requesting city
I speed considered entirely suitable for use I One of the latest buildings to go I general road program we want to F.ASII.U: AT 'UK
ordinance
CEDAR KEY TO HAVE: 1).VY- I pass an to regulate as a drinking aup|>Iy. The bacterial up on Klngsley ill the bungalow being provide it ourselves.
of autos.It IIFFEICEN'I') "::' rill'KCIIlvS:I
LIGHT lit.UN SERVICE ,I has been suggested that a limit of counts were normal and there were no I erected by Messrs. S. L. Peek "I urn for the Luke City-Pulatkn ti
I evidences of any contamination observed -I and George C. White, on their property Short': Route Association's
LI--;; U. R. Oihdals 18 miles be made the uniform limit '' I program Easter day in Sturko dawned a
Seaboard Air on
in either sample examinedJudged south Bide of the lake.
in all incorporated towns of the coun I on the Wo believe this road! in vital to, our bright and beautiful As the sun arose
Tour to Island City. I by these results we should :I Tho Dunham bungalow on Temple section, and we have a body that is 'I'I''I the bird orchestra l poured forth rap

ty.Mr.. Jones made a motion that pronounce" this water safe for your avenue has been bought by Ellery: 'I wide awake. S. )P. Bailey Is secretary ,I turous melody and all nature seemed,

Bronson, April 10C. R. Capps Section 5, of Ordinance 104 be amended use. f', Davis, and they will occupy the build and we are leaving no stoneunturned to be praising tho risen Christ.

vice-president, and L. B. Burns, gen- changing the speed limit of automobiles fC'IOIDC>(!)f.Iffif.lUlmmcocmlIDmmmIDmWmCOOIIDQ ing after May 1st. over there, and we proposeto I I After united pro-Easter; services,
eral superintendent accompanied by I from 12 and 15 miles per BIDS AUTHORIZED ON MAX- The O. A. Andreu home on Cherry I face the tank until we get some thu liiM'orc'iit churches. of our little
other high officials of the Seaboard hour to 18 miles, the same to conform street has been .sold 1 to Floyd Green, thing iloiie. in their
beautiful services
held
Air Line Railway passed through 'lLLE.llll(.HLANU I ST"1: ( 11 the sale being made by its J. "While' schools city
other I
Incorporated owner
with the speed limits of the our \ are not everything churches. Thu Church of
Bronson this week enroute to Cedar towns of the county. Mr. I W. Andrews Sr. I they should be, progress has Cliviitt roitpuctivu tastefully, decorated for ,n

Key. It is said that the object of their I Davis seconded the motion and it C. A. Futih, secretary to the coun- The four acre grove on the Kings- : been made during the past two or ,I tluociuHion was and Rev. W. I E. Diiugh 4
visit to the Island City was for the ty board of bond trustees, received a three and
was carried.Mr. I ley lake mail, known as the Jack years, with u continuation orty Hpoko in the morning on, "What
purpose of conferring with the ,'iu-1 I Davis made a motion that the I wire Tuesday from Mr. E. S. Mat Howe farm was purchased' from I''. '''uf rand ,construction, consolidation! Dues tho 1 "-"llr1'dln of Christ

zens with the view of improving city attorney be instructed to draft I thews, chairman of the board, stating F. Stump by (;i. M. Inmun. I I will. follow, thus giving our schools I I I Moun! to me ? At the evening Servian 4
service. an ordinance requiring the Seaboard that bids for hardsurfacing the seven the benefit of conveniences unjoyeil
/ I the 'Tho 1 Wp
I C .F. Hoover has purchased the .1I|I.M iiHMion was lIsurr.c-
These officials were met by a largo miles of grade between Highland and the
schools..
by
Air Line Railroad to /flag all street Russell place on I..tladllolon; street city I I1 lion und the Future Life." +
delegation of the representative citizens crossings in the town of Starke. Mr. I Maxvillo had been authorized by the has. been I ;Mr. Register (urns lank, uro'. '
I I I and totter the house* repaired says :
thu
I At St. Mark's Church rector
also by the school children and state board, the surfa'into/ begin )
White seconded tho motion and it
will II1Uchill thorc. picking up in value all through his .
the Cedar Key band, and were extended I I was unanimously carried.A as soon liS the grade has been com- 1( family county and, that ninny important Ideals I l P.t A. E:. Dunhuin spoku, in tho eve-
hearty welcome The news I II committee of the market men of pleted. The work of surfacing will are being made. nliiK on the Hiilijeit of the resurrec ?'
that the citizens of Cedar Key and the town requested the council to be let to the lowest bidder and will furnish the right-of-wiij,/ and that it own Tho ,ilociiiutniiiH! for this Impres-
other town on this division' of the I I pnis an ordinance to require markets not be done by convict labor, as first was left tp that ,.uuiity to either pur- I "Agrn<'iiltiiro wan somewhat" 'h"'k.,1 lvu Kt-rvice-" wonihoicu rose and
when the boll weevil
iiumloil
seaboard are to be given a day-light I Ito I close on Sundays. The chairman reported. chase or Oondomn the necessary, land us lilies.
service is hailed with delight. The I appointed Mr. Davis and Mr. Whiten Cupt. MiNi I. in charge of the convicts for the raid Hi will finish his work buck Home yours ago, but wo. ore 1 goltmg! At the morning Hi-rvico In the
contemplated change, which N rumored committee to confer with the city grading thin road stated :\'on-I' j within anbtlior week and unless the : on the road to I>r. p"rity.Vo !Methodist ,church the pastor I liov. C.
will be effective some time In'' attorney on the ordinance frI day that guiding thu last qu.trtcr rllht-IIf-wlI ,-i-iuiud ,by that time, iiro diversifying our crops|' paying I". .stui'nes it-ieivod into the church

the near future, means that the passenger I Sunday closing. proper |I mile is still being, held up by tho party I] (Iq'L., McNeilI;, ., lcd hi-> mrtru'tumsI i : more utlention. to cattle and, hogH the following young people, : Edna
train will lane enter Key ut An ordinance to prohibit filling whose mil the rood will! cross lie I \v'('rito. pit pu e Ins. amp 1' t Im, removal I aid wo ore growing peiinnts, corn Mansberry, Inru Louise Puek, Loin

8 o'clock in the morning{, instead of stations to be erected on side walks. stated that Duval iiiiintv was to In "iiuithor. pan uf the stnt<, j mill riilhor other close.. grain to mimi-, pututnoH of. the, etc.big Being localiiiurketH Long, l.oiimo Snyder Ruby !May und 1

5:30 n" at present, und returningwill and also an ordinance to require the : -- like Jacksonville Alice :.Smith, Paul Knight, Julian
,
reach Cedar Key at about 5 removal of stations already erected wo expectto i'eek Jr., Allan Long, Jumus 1 Richard
o'clock in the afternoon, instead of was referred to the committee on'' BRADFORD'S REPRESENTATIVES j eonuuuuaoitiou brnellt/ thereby! and ns other our mentis of Witinwrighl und ilenii Wood., InfunlbuptlHin

the present .schedule which providesfor Rules, Laws and Ordinances. fiuiliuo.s increase." marketing was. administered. to Virginia
its arrival at U:30. The time for paying city taxes was I ON IMPORTANT Lyle AiiderHon, iluiighter of Mr. and

The future of Cedar Key especially extended to May 1st. : COMMITTEES, B. II. S. HONOR: [ ItOI.I, I Mrs. A. Anderson; Leonard Fuller -
., as a tourist town never looked The reports of the Bond Trustees I Smith Him of Mr. and !Mrs. U F.
brighter than at present and with Treasurer and Tax Collector were ordered Senator D. E. Knight, Representa- BUS PKOPI.lil'ON: I Seventh Month Smith ; Mary lUiriell Bishop and

the contemplated change many tourists filed. J I E.; M. Johns and W. O. Duvall have LAKE: GENEVAF. I First grade: A Clnns; -Urnou An. I Harold Arthur Bishop, daughter; and

will doubtless visit that city. The The following/ resolution was presented been placed on several of the important I :. W Hayes has-, purchased 40 flre-u Curtis Newman, Lillian torn. sun of Mr.. and Mrs. II. A. Ul lull). I i
patrons of this company highly' ap- to the council by the Chamberof I ,committees of both houses lie- uiros of land bordering/ on Lake I..rJluel"/ Johnson, Charles StrluulI Under the dlreclion uf Mrs. I I" A.
the improved train service sides chairman I Davis, the Methodist, church wan )
preciate Commerce commending their being of the committee Geneva and near the property of the berg. !Miss Eunice TerkiiiH toucher.
contemplated. tion on exempting the canning ac-I' on pensions, Senator Knight I is ,Keystone Heights Development Co. First grade: C. (-IUHH-AgnisI bright/ with ,decoration of umaryl-
tory from taxes. serving on the following additional This property has COO foot lake front'and I Johns.. Bessie Thomas, B. M. Johns. lis and calla 1111 II.... Th. (Ouster: musio
Whereas, the canning factory committees: Audit and control of i was undur the direction of Mrs. A. r
'Poison Shine'Sale '' is well located. Mr. Hnyes( has | Second !grade: II. CluHs-Billy Riviera .
Starke has been idle for several legislative expenditures rules and not disclosed what plant he han In I I Cecil Thomas, Alma Thornton I Z. Adknm. The 1 beautiful solo, "ClirUt f,
and there is now a good years I proceedings, public utilities, privileges view for this purchase. Fannie Sllcnx. Miss Olive Ray teach I I la th Arisen" was Hung by Mm. J. ". '

I interesting parties in it who operate and elections, prisons and convicts --- W. Andrews Jr., iiciompanled by
Charge it every year, and such parties(! judiciary "B." 1 JOHN CLIFFORDILLOUKK. ( ; er.Third guide: Class B-Jackson Miss\ Florence Andrews.. Rev Startus ,

I have asked that they be temporarily I! Representative Johns was appointed Rivers, Louise Snyder, Mildred\ Hund preached both morning and livening

Victim of Alleged: Bad liquor Taken relieved from payment of city taxes chairman of the claims committee, I John ('litrordViIlollr', n former Icy, Martha Powell. Miss Ethel: Unfit on phimoH of the rerturroelion.
to HoMpitul. und I and will also serve on committees on I resident .of the Krooker and Worlh- n. teacher. For the joyous Easter: day the Baptist -
' I Whereas the benefit to the citizensof corporations county organization 1 ington :Springs; unction, died Thurs I Fourth grade: ClasH 11--I>muProHser church was doc'oruted beautifully !

Jacksonville, April :U. 1)V. Bradford county will far exceedthe judiciary 'd%," public printing and day April 2, ut <6:10:: a. m., at his I Martha Urownluo, I.OIM i I with putted,' plants. and anuiryllii ,

Boree, living in a houseboat at the amount of any taxes which might uniform laws.RopresenUl.Vp. I homo in PittnburK Pu. after an Illness Long. Sinclair !Peek Jr., Lois AdUinx, I und. lilies tilt work being in charge; 1\
foot of Jackson street was arrested bo collected on said property duringthe ; DuVall will serve !Marguerite Prevail. Mills Alien '1'har-i' of Mrx H. U lirownleu und Mrs \V.J. '
weeks. Funeral services
yesterday by police on charges of selling next seven years, and | on the approprations committee, of four in, teacher I' Kpperxon: At thu morning service

some alleged poisonous "shine" Whereas, the amount of taxes convicts, county officials, nurseriesand i worn hold on Monday, April Cth from I Fourth gru,"': UHHH AMargaretDrown Dr Uullen IIH<'mined, "lining Railed

which Harry Livauluis is said to which will be paid annually on said plant husbandry, state institu 'the family dewidene-o. MJIJ Fruyno Frank lion,:,,>, John Ionic With linit," und it feature of thy
have drunk and which sent him to St.I plant are likely to exceed in amount I tions. i street Huzelwood. Denis Rivers, Richard Williamson, musical program was a splendid solo
Luke's hospital. all that would be collected during i, I I Jounotte Underhill Miss Nellie sung by John Powell, accompanied by

Boree was being held without bond said term if said plant remains va-1 I ,. Stearns, teacher. Miss Mona Alderman. In the evening 'I

although hospital authorities told po- : ,cant and Fifth grove: Beverly Cudy, Louise there wait u special service for the
lice that Livaulals would live. Whereas, the Council of the town'of I Marshburn 1 loiRe; Ritch, Evelyn I children. and the pastor showed platiirtH -

Early yesterday morning the police .Starke has granted relief from Stump, Merrill William. Wilbur .:about "Chlliln of All Niljtl"IlH. -
received a telephone call from taxes thereon an requested; I Did You Ever Stop To Think? I jrifflH, Lester !Price Robinson, Ben I .

Mrs. Livaulais that her husband had Now,; therefore be it resolved by i Mernborg"" Victor ThomuH. Miss Isabel I At the Sunlny< HI hui>! hour the
become violently ill after drinkingsome the Chamber of Commerce of Bradford Bullen U'uohor. ProsliytunaiiH hold un appropriate
My E. U. \VuitiSccretary Shawnee Okla. Hoard of I
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"shine." A police ambulance county, that we most heartily Sixth grade, : Rtehurd Long fjlnnn service" in which the children took

took the sick man to the hospital. approve of the action of the Councilof Commerce. Wood, Wilxon IIayc- George Imnnn, part with songs and<1 readings, the .Iten t

Yesterday, Mrs. Livaulais went to the town of :Starke in granting immunity THAT whole lot of people seem to have declared an Henry Silc-ox Esther Juhniton hazel .IHOH. being under thu direction of "
police headquarters and told W. D. from taxes for the term of "open seanson" railroads. Ailkinn Merrill Futch, James Richard 1\1.\ .... H. H. Young At 11:00: o'clock '
on
Cahoon Inspector of police, that Bo seven years to said. parties, provided I Wninwright, Alice Fernandex, u. m. Ur.l Tucker preached on the sub-
ree was the man who had sold her they operate said canning factorynot THAT it i i.s very evident that most of these people do I I Thomas Williams- Delia Williamson, jiil, of the risen Christ, and at thu

husband the "shine." C. M. Quattle- less than three months in each of very little thinking before! speaking. Stella Whitley. Mrs. II. C. Ititch evening .service his subject wan "The

baum and, E. L. Acoata detectives said years, as being of probable benefit -' THAT a whole lot of them evidently have a vacant tench..r.i Inle-rmudiute State" Miss Mablu \VU I

arrested force to Bradford county far in excess space in their brain containers. i 1'I'vt'ntbrade/ : Wlllio StriiklnnJ, : lor and her committee ,decorated the .J y
An analysis of some of the fluid of the amount of taxes so> abated. I listen in Ressio' Colson, IrU Brown of Sturko; church with a profusion of Easter; r
THAT they should. tttop look and once awhile i
,
Livaulais drank will be made today, Be it further resolved that a copy ;: I.OIH. fjolley Pearl Johnson l Louise 1111,''', roses und other /flowers.MISSIONARY .
Inspector Cahoon said. The state I of this resolution be sent to said' they might learn something.! Hayns, Evelyn Strickland. Gertie I _. ._ s
board of health laboratories and the town Council and that it be publishedin THAT without railroads: our country would be almosta I Joh lwn. W. J. Johnson teacher I :! : IN'SllliriE:

city health department yesterdaysaid the Bradford County Telegraph I I barren waste. I Eighth; grade:: Edna Strickland

they did not do that kind of L. II. PARTRIDGE. I THAT without transportation! we would have no In- i, Merrill Struth Willie Mae Hinnon The Jacksonville District Institute
work the inspector explained, and the G M. IN.MAN: I dustries. .Fayroe Brown, Lubcdia Uaincy. Mrs. of the !Baptist Women' Missionary
alleged poison whiskey will be sent Committee. r Bessie, MrfJruder, teacher. Union wan. held at Newberry, April
THAT without industries there would be no employ- 7-H. It
to a private laboratory today for an --- --- HiKh &hoolNinth was a large enthusiastic and
STARKE DE\ELOP.ME.NT COMPA.NV I ment. happy company of women who !gathered I
examination of its ingredients.. grade: Luis Ouincy, Wilbur
APPLIES! FOR CHARIER'!' i for the institute. Some of tho
----- THAT railroads don't fix their own rates. Ma..hburn.IJltUe! Norman.
THE STILYWBERU .MO\'E.M EN T I Tenth grade: Oussle Mae Bennett i pastor in the district were In attendance -
The Telegraph'-carrles this week I THAT they can't stop running when business Is poor.THAT ,
..J f'levy Norman. and this added to the success of
Average Price Received During Past the notice of intention to apply for ',' they work for the public and are controlled, I Twelfth grade: Charlie Rivers the meeting/ j,

Week $5.00 a Crate. letters patent incorporating which the taxed: and regulated by the state and govern- I Atrs. Jay Alderman, Miss Florence Mrs. J. "'. Klrkliter, Mrs. A. M.
Starke
Development Company
the ment. Matthews. Miss Carolyn S. Darby and Mrs.\ J. J. Bullen had parts.
Strawberry shipments during /gives as its officers. and directors the I Frlpp, S. I
week ending Wednesday, totalled 19- following named gentlemen: G. A. THAT railroads are in the public service and shouldat Dowling, teachers.Jacksonville on the program, while the pastor Dr. j.J.
.
408 quarts, and the average price received Collins B. M. Fields, K. B. Wright of least have a square deal from the public. I I of. J. Bullen with Mrs. A. F. McGown
Charred Jacksonville
timbers delighted
for the week was 16 cents a Winter Park, W. R. Potter, of Orlando THAT that doesn't mean that they should own the soaked wearing apparel and other do-, I I with their duets. The reports everyone given of 4 '
quart. Carrots, beets and eggs con- and D. E. Knight, of Starke. country or the country own them. bras
forward I were being cleared away toll owI I the work being dune by the women
tinue to in
bringing fair go quantities, This company is organizing for the THAT it docs mean a square deal for all and not a l inf a lire which gutted the ColliniiKherer I of the Convention I I
prices. of and selling real kinds
buying I make
purpose one-sided affair Arcade Building on Forsyth were the that all thosa ,
Daily shipments of berries I
were as
for farms and town sub-divi '
estate
street, between Main
and Laura interested in the work of the Master
follows THAT railroads out of business and regulat-
: Collins well known In' putting
sions. Mr. is streets
entailing a loss estimated rejoice and be for
at glad their hart la
April {0} 2,400 qts. Starke and Bradford county being/ ing them are two different things. I'I' f2',000: and threatening the entire I such, service to mankind.

April 10 6.440 qts. employed with the engineering forces THAT many people seem to think that their real mission buxinesn block in the heart of the Besides! those" already mentioned as

April April 11 13 2.IHqu.& of the county in the building of the : in life is putting them out of business. city. The fire Is believed to have being present from the Stark Baptist

April 14 3.218 4,384 qU.qta. road system several months ago. | THE people need railroad! in order to prosper! just as! I started in an elevator shaft in the i church were Mrs Clara May

April' 15 1,424 qts. Mils Evelyn Stump u spending the badly as the railroads need business!' to exist.' Collms-Sherer Arcade and swept np i Knight and Lucian Kickllter. The ,
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weekend at Raiford with Miss Louise the shaft, spreading on the second Starke delegation added much to the

Total 19.408 qU Marshburn. :i I and third floors. I I success








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SALLIES SEEKS ADVICE FROM I BROOKER

BOB
Brooker, April 10.-News was received -
here a few days past of the

returned marriage of Miss Mammle Andrews,
of Morristown and Mr. Floyd Wiggins -
ed by the sprightly breeze from the
lea had made him perfectly fit again of New River. Mrs. Wigginswas
and once more he became absorbedin once a resident of this place and
his work. won many friends who wish her
much happiness in her marriage
at Curtiss have
lie surprised
was Mrs. J. Morgan is on the sick list
ing left the house but on all occasions
this week.V. .
continued to sing his praise.
V. Hazen, of Waldo was here
wil-
"He's the sort of chap I'd be
ling to trust your happiness to, Sal- with relatives Monday.
lie," he told me one night. "When I Mm. P. M. Barefoot, of Starke was
was sickest, the one thing that seem with friends and relatives here Wed-

ed to matter was you. I'd not mind nesday.L. .

going down the last long trail, if I R. Gainey was attending to business
knew you had someone as fine as In Starke Monday.
Wright to help you over the hurdles Misses Banta Baxter and Lula
that aren't easy to take alone." Penholster and Mr. Atwell, all of

"Don't, daddy, don't," I begged "I Tampa, wero the guests of Mrs. J. J.
can't bear you talking like that. It Penholster Sunday.

l makes me all chokey and sad." Mr. G. W. Hazen happened to the
"Well well bless your heart, of misfortune of losetng his barns last
course it does," he said in a cheer- Saturday night: by fire. No one knows

ful voice, "especially when I never how the blaze began.: All his feed was
felt better in my life." burned and one horse was burned but
Ellie had continued her way down not serious. "
the coast. A few days later, a cordial
Aaron Thomas of Mcclenny who
,
invitation from Mrs. Divine urgingme
has been relatives here for
visiting
:
to join the house party in pro
i some time returned home Monday.Mr. .
gress at Miami Beach.In I I ,
time of perplexity or when I I I and Mm. E. M. Hazen and
am about to make a decision In whichI children were the guests of their son ',.

am vitally concerned, I want my Mr. anti Mrs! Marvin Hazen, of san-I

mother most. The next best thing I ton Sunday. i

thought, would. be to talk things over : Miss Cantey Olllver. of Pine Hill, Impression
with some friend who was true. Father was the guest: of friends here Tues
was out of tho question for it day.
would be impossible for him to understand -
the little flurries that had I NEW RIVER
shadowed the bright meadows of my
usually care-free heart. I New River, April 10.-C. A. Johns y

I though I had any number of and Roval George: of Jacksonville\
i close friends but, when I tried to were visiting friends here Sunday.Mr. .
think of one who would give mu ad- and Mrs M. F. Wiggins and

vice and not betray my confidence, it Mrs. M L. Johns were shopping In
no easy mutter to mako my choice. I !Starke"! Friday.
What was it Bob Chenoweth had Mr. W. M. Hodge spent last weekIn

said to me when ho brought mo home !fitarke"! nt the bedside!' of her mother \ you invest in printed matter it is with the idea
from the Windsor that night? "If Mrs. W. J. Johns.
need brother advice call I Alnhle Hodges/ of Starke was vlsl-
you any big of achieving end. Naturally wish to makea
on me." Unit her parents!' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. some you

The thought was put Into words Hodges, Saturday
j favorable impression. Cood printing is essen-
and over the phone Bob was responsive Eunice McKinney and Ira Wilson,
''w from the start suggesting that I of Starke were (In our town Sunday.
,1 he take me for a drive so we could I Jewel Wiggins: of Alachua, and 1 tial, as you well know. Quite often, however,

brother. Crystal!' of Jacksonville
talk.As result started late the the inexperienced are imposed and send out
a we on !anent' the week-end with their father upon
afternoon for Orange Park. Past the Mr. C. G. Wiggins
Country Club, out through Ortega Minnie Hodges: was visiting In poorly composed printed matter which defeats its
and on-on for miles over a gray rib- Stnrke and TIampton !Sunday.Mr. "! "

boned road. For the first time, I confessed and ;Mrs. M. F. Wiggins: : spent own end.Good .
1 I to Bob how much I really cared Sunday In Rrooker. I

;>It ..for Curtis Wright.: Mr. and Mrs! S. T. Johns and faml-
"i man t want to ran in love with !lv, of Jacksonville wero visiting: includes of .
sejection
him," I concluded. "Goodness knows! Mr. Johns' !'ulster Mrs. W. M. Hodges. I printing proper type, care-

I'd never deliberately pick anyone Mrs. J. L. Johns and daughter: selectionof
and
with hn! high Ideals if I could help it. Em ie, were visitors to Starke Friday. fully accurate composition ; intelligent

Hut I can't. It's funny about love. If Casey Atkinson John Shaw Royce
it's the real thing we cun't controlour Gainey Buddie Russ, Hubert Crosby I papers, and experienced and painstaking printing.We .

hearts and we don't know what nnd Livingston RUSH of Brooker,
it'* all about. For instance, if we can were visiting/ hero Sundnv., feel qualified to solicit your printing work upon

tell why we low a person describingthe Mr. 0",111'11.. M. F. Wiggins: : are
characteristics that make them making: their future home hero. promises of such workmanship. No matter what
tho one for us, thun-it's all off- Chester Andrews, of Jacksonville

t there's"You're nothing genuine usual about" Bob it." Is visiting homcfolks this week. your job may be, we have the type and experience to
right ua an- -------
swered gallantly, "but I'm surprised ZIFF
give a high class product. Letterheads Enve-
? to hear it expressed like that. you ,
!
ZitT. April, KWMr and Mrs. Mal-
"In my case, it's like this-when Thomas and Ouldn andI / Bill Heads Invitations Announcements Book-
lory children
I lopes
God made me, he wrote on one little ,
tag!, "Curtiss" and another little tag, I I I :\ C., and Miss Alphle Hodges were
"Sullie," that Is," my voice wavered, visitors here one day last week. I lets and Magazine ork. Come in, or phone us if
"I I !Mrs. J. W. Lewis returned home
feel that about it"
way
"Yes, and l by Jove he does too" I after spending several days with her you desire help in layout and planning your next job.
mother at Starko, who was seriously I .
Bob answered. "I know Curtiss. You
I ill.
rec.Snllio, wo all pass through that !i i"tnlt'e
;p Pervis Lewis spent the wl.'ek-enlll
wt'horv
we long to marry the
at Midway with his sister Mrs. J. O.
kind of girl that we have been
Henlson, and other relatives.I .
brought to with ourmothers.
up compare .
I I : and !Mrs II. B. Thomas and lit-
It's an unfair measurement PHONE 29
na though acquired from environment tle Daughter Hazel spent the weekend
Fairbanks with Mrs. Thomas'
I I and a conventional code of life. Why at
?
t should l a man think a girl is any less mother Mrs Howard.
humnn than himself? She isn't. All Livingston: Russ' of Brooker, was
looking after business here Thursday :
:
t different ': R. P. Lewis was a visitor to Starke Bradford County Telegraph

I i I If one day last week.
:: Aaron Thomas, of Mocclenny
by which wo live and breutho-and
get talked about. Besides, any girl spent the week-end here with his
t nephew, J. II. Thomas.
with angelic virtues Curtiss expects, I I
be I Pervis Lewis left last Sunday for
would! a boro. I'm not approving
mind you," his tone was fatherly, "of.' Waldo where he has accepted employ- I r

all these!' indiscreet, stunts of yours, I]I, ment.
,. I Sallie but I don't understand why hocan't I Miss Opal Lewis returned home
: Sunday where she spent the weekend
see underneath it all and realize ,, '
with her aunt ;Mrs. ;Mallory
J the line qualities that are fundamentally -
t Thomas.Mr. .. I
yours : J. If. and Ol-
Kelley daughter, I
"Please 'KO: on, I prompted hangIng -
lie, and son Clyde, were visitors to
word.
on every I
Starke last week. I
i "Some of the most wonderful wives >,
I Will Warren and business
son wore
and mothers been
in the world have
1 visitors to Stnrke one days last week. i ji
girls who have had their fling and are .
I ", tired of a butterfly life. On the other I: Paint brushes which have become
1\\ a hand if a girl hasn't been about and hardened may be readily softened by

I tarts it after she's married, It's a I!I boiling in vinegar for 15 minutes.
million times worse. The harmless indiscretions {i I -
of n girl are nothing compared |I Thumb tacks have many uses in
to the deliberate machinations' the kitchen, holding in place the papers I
,, of a restless wife." I! on the shelves and in the cutlery
"Yes but what about Anne?" I drawers fastening the oilcloth to the
asked 'I wall back of the work table, holding I
(To be continued) back curtains which the wind blows
( --- ,! about, etc.
MIDWAY

I A TO IN IO D
Midway, April 10.-Mr. Bennett .
here drove' Tasteless, chill Tonic restores D
Waters, of Itrooker was visiting
Sunday. Energy and Vitality by Purifying and D

Miss\ Lou Pcnlson spent the weekend Enriching the Blood. When you feel its, D D

;, with her uncle Mr. J. I. Waters.J. strengthen! !. Invigorating effect, sue howIt
\ C. Denison. !spent' Saturday night brings color to the cheeks and bow

with Leon EJenfleld. It Improves the appetite, you will, then

... Mrs. :Myrtle Stokes and children appreciate its true tonic value
: pent Sunday here. ; Grove's Tasteless chlH TonIc I U simply'
y' $ !Mrs Belle Thomas was shopping' Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So
at Pi'lfi-s. Saturday | pleasant even children like It. The blood i
A. 111W.[ I'. Cruwf"Is! seriously' need QUTWVF: : Purify It and IRON to Il, ; S.5 s s 5zs s s szs 5 nnnnnnnnnnnneanC7C7nC7 Sa S7S7 Sa C7 C774S757475' 4S47 t757 S7 S7 S74S7C74S7 S7C7 C7S"-- .

III. We! hope she will noon recover. Enrich It. '.'n ys Malarial terms and
'! Cr'-i: ", its !Fc-tii'rheninit. blvig"r-
J. O. I>eri .-.Teci. ,!':.
Was well attended Sui(.day.1'i i. ? I
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FRIDAY APRIL 17. 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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HOW'S THIS? without am body'.* attention. The bill I -
I i < in nature of
backfiring against the
mi.t. t-AT.tniui MJ.'UI'-IV1Q win
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph do w hat we claim for Itn:1 1 > i ayaumof agitation for the enactment of a lawruimnntr
:
Catarrh or Deaf net :i named ly
Catarrh \ people U) treat their animals
r.'j MALL'S! CATARRH SIKDICIMO conalnta in this rude manner, that is, a
of n Ointment which Uutctrj real one, with teeth, and that I
: sort of
j e State News { Relieves the catjirrhal! Inflummntlon, mil \
f",-> Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which thing. So, lest some one about the
.J v'ta through the Blond on th>< Muroun state be unnecessarily' disturbing the
| ''ur'a''.... thus rutorlnir normal condln ,
pastoral life of dumb animuls b.\'

Told by Oar Exchange. l>y ilrunirliita. for over 40 Tears. ing them useless shampoos,
1" Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. h'.1
& Bill No. 01 proposes to act
forth as their right hand bower
follow along the whores of beautiful I

Lake City-The cotton ginning report V. Ellis, 30, delivery man for the Apalachicola bay.Tallahassee 0 _- _
for Columbia county shows that White Dolt Dairy, who died at a local FLORIDA I .
there \\erc 1,417 bales of cotton ginned I hl> pltal. Ellis was struck on the -In reversing judgment WEEKLY INDUSTIUAL -
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in this county from the 11)21): |I head by flying debris and was immediately of the circuit court for Taylor REVIEW.
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crop, as compared with 1,373 bales taken to a hospital, where county in tho case of A. D. DuBose,

for the crop of 1923. his condition seemed to be normal plaintiff in error vs C. P. Faiker as Port St. Joe-Work started on Bee 1

Tallahassee-The city council of He was permitted to return to the town marshal, and the town of Ferry, Line highway between this city and

Arcada is authorized to issue municipal dairy on Monday. Wednesday friends defendants in error, the supreme Franklin county lino. '

bonds in an amount not exceed of the man noticed that ho was acting couit in an opinion by Judge WhitI I! I IJo'rostproofSrecll SAY "BAU'K ASPIRIN" and INSIST!

ing $350,01)0) under provisions of strangely. Ho was uin>on to another I i field, holds. that the "business of op- 1 election im
bill passed by the house and certified a I hospital where an examination orating motor vehicles of any kind', provement bonds validated ill 1'1'0.1 t
showed that he for hire for the vide for "white ," park Unless \ou M.V ilk- "n.l.h'r i ( "rov on I iNc-ts are '
to the senate The bill was introduced was auToi'ing from a II III or transportation of I I way city sew .sou

by Representative Bell, of DcSoto, I fracture of the skull. I persons or property for hire," is not I'hull.er system. street paving and city I not getting: the g cnuinj n.tyaspirin pr\, ) L'd safe
taxed by law for state purposes, and, I! Eleven miles paving now under
given its final reading and sent the
to
senate Jacksonville = Charred timbers, ,I after citing and quoting from thoI :I lonstructmn. Lake bhoru boulevards. by millions and picbcribcJ\ $ phv:>>cian:> JJ years for

soaked wearing apparel and other de-I I charter i ctn of the town of Perry, 1 will add greatly to attractiveness of I

St,Augustine-Daytona was selected bris were being cleared away followtnf | holds that these acts do not authorize I jetty. Colds I Headache Neuralgia Lumbago

as the 1920 convention by Florida a fire which gutted the Collins- that municipality to adopt the ordinance
American Legion in its seventh Slierer Arcade Building on Foray under which UuBose was charged KUsimmeo-Tun-ncro tract within fain Toothache( : Neuritis Rheumatism

session here There was a spirited street, between Main and Laura with an offense.BradentonPenetratlng. city limits to be developed for subdivision

contest between the Daytona and Miami I streets, entailing a loss estimated at|I purposes. Accvpt only "n.uor" package:
delegations for the $25,000 and threatening the entire I I the saw
next meet. S t/i'h which contains directions
I proven
of business block in the heart of the /grass jungle in the northeastern part Tampa-Cuntract awarded for construction I
Harvey 1'ayne Jacksonville
was i I of Platt and Cass (llnndv(' "llayor"\ Iwxm nf 12 tablets ,
elected state commander for the I|j city. The Are is believed to have of Manatee county, in the region of ,: street : Ali-o LoltluB of 2t nnd Ilia-DriiKgnUAjplrln ,\ I

ensuing >ear.. The other officers had started in an elevator shaft in the the Little \Manatee river, and the bridges. I .H tile !rd. mark or O j.r Miuuficlur* of Uoaomort\r, \ .ctli..,ttr ur .llcjlltneldTnmpa ,
Collins-Shcrer I most sparcely settled of the j
not been chosen at 2 o'clock this af Arcade and swept up part Safety Harbor-Large clay deposit f
ternoon. the shaft, spreading on the second.I I county, Sheriff H. J. Stewart and j I 'discovered in DellwooJ district. ,
and third floors. deputies seized a moonshine still I fit'1;

Tampa An alleged smuggling .:......- i still with u cUP cltv of 715 o-nllona I II St. Petersburg 2.111000 bond )! -Bond issue of $1,000,000 'Inq O s. 11| '.(jqorj s.t| *q|
voted for erection
schooner and 14 aliens have been cap Fort Meadv-Although no declaration I I per day and an underground still 1I 1-- ofi issue to be voted for civic improve- -of new hospital.St. 11 _oN 'jCqqoti O IMUII| o) plUm atIft .

tured at Sanibel island, Lee county, of desire to sell the city light'i 80 gallons capacity arrested two men meits.Sebrmg. Petersburg-Y. M. C. A. successfully : ':'"
according to telegrams received by and water plant had been expressed and seized u largo quantity of whisi closes $ 50OOO building .

federal officers here from bheritf by council or citizens, representatives I j i I keyand l mash, Ulliccrs declared this Highlunda-GludtfS Development fund drive.

Frank B. Tippins, of Lee county. The of several corporations were present I I I to be ono of the most desolate places I Company organized to ONK: DOI.LAU GK1S FULL

vessel's name is given as the Twentieth at the last meeting of the council, '|I they had ever located whiskey stills' drill three test oil wells in southern Luke Butler-Construction of Luke
of May, and is said to be a Cuban with offers to purchase the local 'i I in this section. The atilM were hid part of county. Butler pier to start at once. U:( ISLATI\'B DOIMiS: (

fishing smack or a Key West plant An offer of about $:>0,000 was den in u thick growth of saw grasn ---- Tho Daily Democrat) with full leg
schooner. Coast guard patrol number made by an Orlando company, now and palmetto. They had to follow Tampa-:Mullory docks to be improved Islative news will bo sent during entire

r. ?47 left here to tow the schooner to extensively engaged in providing cur dim trails that wound, about in tho and enlarged at cost of $150- Only Trun Church.. nesnion. of the 1 legislature for On9
.; Tampa rent throughout the state, while a jungle before finding the secluded 001) Tnrra It a true cnurch ...h"'r"'r' ODe Dollar,--Session convenes April 7th. Jo
Tampa pot hand meet another helpfully, and Address '
corporation requested time to .
G Key West-:Malsolm Leacham, of submit their offer. Both I Bradenton Peninsula Telephone I that Is tho only holy or mothnr chnrch '
indicated
TillDAILY: DEMOCRATTullahiisseo ::
.
Talm Beach and New York, closed lower rates for current would be I Tallahassee-Tho supreme court Company appropriates $300,000 for which ever was or .rer shall 1!
a Florida.
his option to purchase all of the factor in their offers. I sustained, the conviction for man extension of local system. Ruskln. !:f t

holdings of the Key West Realty I slaughter of another automobilist American Power & Light Company I --

company on the Island of Key West.. Pensacola week from Monday who ran over and killed a person on and Florida Light &: Power Company

The purchase covers approximately the entire properties of the Muscle the road K. I r". Holmes was convicted considering plans for $11,000,000: improvement I
one half of the entire island and Includes 'Shoals, Birmingham & Pcnsncola'' of maim laughter in Palm Beach! counts and development\

practically all of the available Railroad will be offered for sale at ; in October, 1U2J. the indictment utility pi.ints in vicinity programfor of Miami

ocean frontage, Since the option on public outcry. The solo will he in line i alleging that he drove an automobile and other sections of "Honda.
this tract of land and ocean frontage, with a court order and it will be con- I' with culpable negligence and with

Innd \alues throughout the island of I dinted by Earl Hoffman, special muster | disregard: for the life and safety of Fort Pi"fI'I'-J"urt 1'ierco farms

Key West have increased 1,000 per under the court's appointment, I Maude Amley Lawience at a high dunnage district. awards contract for

cent, The property onsista of the entire i.itu of speed in a negligent, careless extension of system.
roadbed and the right of from I nnd reckless manner against her
Miami-Construition of a 12 story I'tiMucolu to Kimbrough, way Ala. nnd which inflicted brui.sc-s. and wound Inverness $2 OOOO hotel !being

church nnd office building combined, also a branch line in Baldwin upon her head and l bod> >' from whu hi constructed at Lake Tsalu Apopka.
at a cost of $1,250,000, was autbori.l-: I county, she died the
following
Ala, The i day. The
depot, terminals, sidetracksicoal Port St. Joe
Largo of
amount
I'd at a meeting of seventy members I teased was riding a bicycle on a de'l
tipple and
rolling stuck all
of the First Baptist church of Miami. I to be included in the sale are lic road Tho defendant, driving front money property being spent within improving limits.buy Monroe Banker
The church auditorium, will seat ((5,000 automobile, came up from behind and city
,
persons. The building will be erected TallahasseeInquiries concerning struck her. The court states that the Hollywood-Preliminary work under
on the site of the present Baptist the manufacture of bricks from I act appears from the evidence to way for construction of $15,000-

church, and more than $1,000,000 of Florida clay are arriving at the of- | have been culpably negligent, almost 000 harbor at Luke Marble; 100 men And Diplomat
the total necessary for the structure (ice of State Geologist Herman Guntel' to the degree of a wanton disregard clearing site I
has been provided. almost daily. These inquiries'I' of life
I
coma mostly irom northern manufac Fort Pierce Causeway bridge Besides- fathering the famous: doctrine
'
Tallahassee-Restoration of corporal I turers and manufacturing and build West Palm Beach-The body of across Indian river completed and (hat bears his name, President James I

punishment for convicts in ing associations The only figures Jesse McCarley aged JO, one of the opened to trafllc.I Monroe always preached conservation by
Florida, the abolishment of which developed available on the state owners of the Stuart Sea Food Company I
I a tight that took up a large of brick are for 1923, when consumption the state who was drowned in the ocean lames I City-Half million dollar banking Ills keenness made the Louisiana I

I i part of the legislative session of 192J\ used 21,000,000, valued at $180,000. at lion Air Beach, just north of Olym- public improvement program to bd purchase possible :
was proposed to the 1925 session by During that Florida pia Beach, has not been recovered. launched this year.
year
Representative Elliott of LaFayette about 350,000 brick Since that produced time The body of Fred F. Hunt, aged 70, lake Worth Florida Every great man says that banking! Is i 1
East
County. The bill proposes that the building has so far outstripped New York chemist, who lost his life railroad Coast the bulwark of this country. I
board of commissioners of state institutions pro with negotiating for right-of-way

McCarley is
duction that there is being held at a I
a greater
and the commissioner of between local production and gap Stuart undertaking parlor, pending through entire length of city Every business man, every man, every t '

agriculture be required to enforce discipline con : word! from relatives in should have bank t ,
sumption than ever, declared :Mr. New York. Starke-Operation of local cannery woman, a account
among the convicts by corporal Gunter, There were no witnesses. to the throughout year practically assured.Ludiwici .
punishment for infraction of rules. drowning Hunt ami McCarley were !Have you ono ?

Provisions of the bill also would apply Tallahassee The remarkable last seen starting out in the latter's -Long county sweet potato
to county prisoners. growth in the resources of state 28-foot cabin cruiser. A high sea was crop rapidly becoming important If you baven't, start with us today

banks and trust companies is illustrated I liunning at the time and waves are industry.
Jacksonville Tom Hysler, 19, '
in a diagram accompanying I thought to have swept both
men
) Whitehouse pardoned a week ago, the annual report of the state from the boat, or to have Jacksonville Large radio broadcasting ,
swept only
." while .nerving a life sentence for a ing department submitted to the Hunt into the sea and] McCarley leaped station.to be installed in city '
.Ji! elajing four jears ago, was arrested islators. bank'j hull building.
when they assembled after him in an effort to save the Bradford County Bank:
3 on disorderly. conduct charges and I biennial session. The diagram older man.Piilatka. Fort l auJerdalo
-$250,000 store
J after beinjr, placed in the big cell at that
11)15)
in deposits -
and loans
j police headquarters, single-handed I equal The graph contains a line were Charles Burt, former building to bo erected on North Andrews Bradford County* Financial Stronghold
rep avenue
whipped three other men conlined resenting deposits and another for commissioner. appeared before the Established 1889 STARKE, FLA.

with him, according to police Sil loans Resinning with lMr! !> n gradual hoard of county commissioners of Lake Wales-Plans under way for i

vester Currish, police sergeant who hut xteudy divergence of those lines Putnam county at the regular moot construction of new road to KiHHimmce --- -
wan instrumental in obtaining the is showing until now deposits exceed ing held this ueek and asked that the river. "

pardon said physicians would examine loans by a very material and substantial 'ommissionern call a bond issue of an '
Hysler as to his mental condition.Gainesville mar in. The banking department I amount sufficiently large to augment \Humes City Two-story uriado

hns endeavored, it is stated, to establish the present rood program, for which building<< containing 12 stores, to bo I ----1 1ItII i
has
Wakulla
county ::
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I money i it already in hand erected here
with
a Roneral policy of loans not a I IClearwaterKeystone
secured the ,;services of Horace E. exceeding aeries of lateral I _
Galloway as county farm demonstration ordinary;: 75 conditions.per cent of deposits under I tn connect all main hard highways surfaced in roads the Manor sub I \\

airont. The county has beenwith- i iliviHion. to bo placed on market. I
i county and place
all
towns nnit/ IOTA!). I Itii
out an agent since February IS, when J I Bronson The 'i in the .
jury in the case of country upon roadth t I St, Augustine-llond issue of $1071,000 ,-
G. C. Hodge left to take up similar'work J. F Roberts will
make travel
returned a verdict of to the county seat voted for bridge construction I
in Leon county Mr. Galloway guilty of manslaughter. a trip both
I' The trial easy and convenient and waterworks
system.
began work April 1 and is, already lasted nearly all day and arose from Among the rondi to be thus either

making a good record, it is stated. the killing of a man named Nicholas improved or created were these: Dade City-Six hundred-acre tract

He was born in Georgia, has had extension near Tidewater about a year ago. A ; From Johnson to Orange Springs; near King Lake to be thoroughly t

farm experience, and finished motion for new trial will be made. Konwoode to Interlachen; Grandm to develop and new town of \\rmin-, '
two years training at the Florida College T. Williams charged with embezzlement Mi.Meek in; Mt.MeeUin: to Melrose ham" established.Bowlmir -j
of will have his ;
He
Agriculture
of bank funds, expected to Rodman to Hollister; Putnam Hall -
office at Crawfordville, and will be Green-Cucumbers beans .
go to trial. Williams was vice-presi to Ke>"stone Heights; Bar Jin to ,
agricultural adviser for farmers in dent and cashier of the Bank of VV il- Harlem and Ifnllister; Dardm to Bost- and squash being shipped to northern I

the entire county. liston at the time it closed last year. wick and east to the river at Bridge I markets .m carload lots.

Winter Haven-Winter Haven free A motion by State's. Attorney AJ- port; Satsuma Heights to W'elaka; St, J".teraburg-Lar"e community

holders voted by a substantial. majority kins was /granted, empnunding the Fruitland to Georgetown, George apartment building to bo erected at The most important tire
a bond issue of $327,000 for good documents which will be used as evidence town to C'resent City; Pomona to Locust street and Twelfth avenue
road The proposal includes construction In this case and some other U'elaka; Pomona to Crescent Lake.

of nine and one-half miles of cases against/ the same defendant. Tallahassee_-If Tarpon Springs, -Vote for extension announcement of years : :
There in all anyone in tho of limits
16-foot are seven indictments city carried by majority
asphalt highways and widen
/growing out of the defendant's alleged state has a band of sheep, a herd of of two.
ing 17 miles of nine-foot highway to manipulations with the fund and swine or goats or cattle that ha haa You can now equip\ your

standard width The new road construction assets of the bank.Apatachicola been in the habit of dipping, say Juit Clearwater-Local men got behind with a tire twice at \

includes the Carter's corner for fun, or to just let them practice campaign to build :too new homes big\ as ordinary corcin and
road, shortening the distance to At a swimming through the this inflated only '
I meeting held at dipping pit, summer. to half the ,
the west coast eight miles, and widening the community house, and which was such a person had better stop it pronto pressure. It fit* present ,

the Dundee-Winter Haven attended by a large number of representative if House Bill No, '31, by Mr. Frisbee Winter Garden Four-story, fireproof 'r Him and cants about the
road, these two roads to provide hotel being constructed at cost .
men and women. It was the of Clay county, becomes a law. _
lame as ordinary tires. It '
through between the east of $200,000. 4
passage unarmoui decision of those present ft wax said that a HOW had an inheri- I
and west coasts. to immediately the tant right to I gives( revolutionary advantages < ft
request scratch
board of her ticks off Tampa-Twelve-story Tampa Tribune of comfort and
Miami Death toll of tornado county commissioner to rail an election against a tree, if it so pleased her, building to be ready for \ careconomy. -
occupancy MTCHEIM"Comfort" 1 It it the new
for bonding Franklin while a I:
would
pig have
mounted to five with the death of O. county for no real reason April. Midiclin Comfort Cord.
$250,000, for the purpose of constructing for wallowing in the mud if somebody Fort Pierce-:Milwaukee Interests
a hard surfaced road comes along and CordViIl you conic in to sec it?lSmith's
No Worms In a Healthy Child from the dip* him in a decoc acquire entire holdings of East Coast
All children troubled with Worm b.v.. aa m* Calhoun county line to the Wakulla tion that will kill all the inhabitants Development Company with plans for
healtbycofer. wbkb Indicate* poor blood. and mrale .. county line, which will follow the heretofore vacationing on the
broad Garage
then .U more or leM Mntntcn dltturtMneo. one of the largest development programs
GROVE S TASTELESS chill TONIC glwn retularly proposed route of SUte Road No. E. expanse of his back. As for the sheep, / ever launched in state. ---
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood. Improve Road interest is at a fever heat and they have a house cleaning once a Starke Fla.
tha dUeMkiu.and act u.General Screnntheoiaf it is expected that within when ,
year ,
Took: to the whole intern. Nature will l then j a year this anyway the herder cops! Plant City-Strawberry shipments
throw off or diipel the worms, and the Child will be county will have >.n operation a high their hair mattrfsn" for hinnelf, and fur present year, prior to March 17,
la perfect health PIMMBI to to**. 0c:per buttle. way of unsurpassed beauty) that will the goats could get along all right totaled ,!,000,000) quarts ,
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1 BOOK SHOWER
'i a- Easter Sunday was a good day
I The Woman's Club met Wednesday with us Bible. school attendance was

ei afternoon, April 8th, at the club house much increased. And tho Sunday
0-\ |! fur the regular monthly business and night service was the first sent Ice

: ] social meeting. In the absence of since last fall, and wits well attended

Mrs. J. II. Ritch, president, Mrs. A. The sermon was I inspiring and com

__ --- ----- I' Z. Adkins as vice-president, presidedover forting. The pastor said: "The resurrection -
,
I the business session. of Christ is the supreme sublime 1

i; "IIOIH's 2H und JOB ... Arrangements were made to entertain fact that changed the world. Its I Nowcan
't ---- ------------ --- the Tri-County Federation of explained the meaning of hfV to I

! JUNIOII CLUB PARTIMISSCH I In. Ward and Mrs. C. F. Starnes. Women Clubs here in Starke on more; it revealed to them that death
''I 1 Eighteen children were present. April 2'Jth.! Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and does not end all; it revealed to man I
e\ :Mary Cunovu and Elizabeth Mrs. N. D. Wainwright were selectedas his ever-enlarging greatness and i

j Andrews. were hostesses to the Junior :MISSIONARY CIRCLE MET delegates to represent the Sturke own eternal value. Man in former

Club lust Friday evening at the WITH :MRS. BROWNLEEMrs. club.The disposition had felt the urge of and I
I club house. new article 3, section 3 of the longing after eternal life. lIe had :

.. j' The crowd of young folks enjoyed W. by-laws was voted on and passed, felt this longing stirring the depthsof
games and music, the feature of the J. :M. Brownlee and Mrs. making all men and women eligiblefor his own being. The resurrection

music being two solos, "Lindy Lou"'r L. Wall were hostesses Monday of afternoon the associate membership in the club I taught man that his spirit will survive Express Company.
I r and "Roue of Picadilly," sung by Mr. to the Missionary Circle 'and hav'ng all club priviliges except 1 the shock of death and therefore,
John Powell. Baptist church, the meeting being those of voting and holding office. he is no dumb brute."

The hostesses served delicious ice held at the hospitable home of Mrs. The club treasurer reported the Next Sunday at 11:00: a. m. we

If cream and cake, and tiny Easter baskets Brownlee. The wide hall and decorated recep-- following appreciated contributionsfrom shall discuss "The Power of His Route your Shipmentsthe

I f of candy were given as favors.TRICOUNTY tion room were charmingly members and friends. Mr. Resurrection," a conclusion of the
red lillies.
with potted plants and Carlyle Peek, of Chicago, sent twenty sermon which was delivered last Sun fastest
:,ig Bullen circle leader, conducted way
FEDERATION
Mrs. J. J. dollars; Mrs. Roscoe McLean, of Cocoa day evening.
\kb MEETINGThe the devotional exercises, read- ten dollars; Mrs. McCormick, of Bible study and communion from

Tri-County-Federation of Wo- ing and commenting on the second ,I Pennsylvania, ten dollars. Mrs. N. D. J j 10 to 11 a. m. I
The Bible studies
of Esther.
T man's Clubs will meet in the woman's of chapter the circle are concerning the women Wainwright, Miss Mabel Weller, BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN
Mrs. E. M. Johns, and Mrs. A. Z. 1ftpl'j
club building on the afternoonof and the leader
of the Bible, commented Adkins, each contributed ten dollars.
April 22nd at 2:30: o'clock. on the character of Esther. The club Last Sunday was a day of good
Mrs. M. P. Capen. the sectional Mrs. A. M. Darby gave an interesting certainly appreciates the things in our worship and work.
help of each of these
will talk subjects,i one people and Bible school had full
vice-president, on report of the institute that a attendance,
of vital interest to club members of I was held at Newberry last week.'I hopes that others will be as generous. while the services were joyous and
Mrs, Edward Burns chairman of
this section; Mr. Ion Barnett, of Miss Ethel Griffin gave as a reading, shared l in by many, both old and
membership department, and Miss
Jacksonville, will speak on the young.
"A Sad Story.
I Carolyn Fripp chairman of
Movement Miss pressdepartment Next Sunday is
"World Peace ; expected to be a
hour the ladies
During the social took charge of the
remainder -
Elizabeth Skinner, past-president of {I the articles special day with us. The Bible school
and embroidered, of
sewed the afternoon
Florida State Federation of Woman's program. will meet at the regular hour, 9:43: a.
being made for tho benefit of the Mrs. Burns gave a brief report of the .
Clubs, will speak on the "Children'sCode i m., and a welcome Is extended visitors
', f missionary society. The hostesses club membership for the >h ailing foot .ipiia hlpnunta YIa SoaihMiura Its
G Commission;" there will also be strawberry shortcake year. 1 each Sunday seeing a number frM aDd Indicating tb. traiufor point :you caB Mcnr. (....
served delicious :Miss Fripp short talk stressing 1
a speaker on "County Canning Clubs gave a present. ferwt .Mrvlc gpoint. on U ilasu I whipped cream. the need and value of
I an> a community .
and Home Economics. I The -
services
to be in of
are charge
library. The list of books
Twenty-eight ladies were present, given: by
\ We are anticipating an interesting the newly organized Evangelistic For faiUiM Infonaadoa rakdr ....-.bode"
r M toatfac
I children. The out- club members, were read to the club,
I also number of .
afternoon. I a ....,..
Brotherhood of Ydlada .
t I !. oftownluesh were Mrs. Emily these will form the beginning of the the New River Asso paint .wr.
All Indies of the town are invited
ciation. These
I men are banded together -
I I Philips of Dunedin, Mrs. W. J. future club und community library. I for purely spiritual purposes. X. KUSSBLU 0m. ..... Ben.JackMOTflla .
f TrCounty Fripp, of Kisiimmce and Mrs L. Several interesting book reviews
Florida
There is to be
j j Reynolds, of Lcwisburg, N. C. A'I were heard. Mrs. E.1.: Johns interestingly nothing political, social
f \IltR.; t; 'i'-JoISO8CLA8SI\HTY( :; ; -- reviewed Temple Bailey's !I or civic about their work, but just ,
t "Peacock Feathers" Mrs. E. L. Brown what the name implies. This will be
ENTERTAINED GIRL SCOUTS ( ,
1 the first SOUTHEASTERNExpress
Mrs W. J. Epperson'n Sunday I I !gave an interesting resume of EdnaI I public appearance of the
'. school class is composed of the fol- hazel Mlddleton entertained the Ferber's much discussed "So Big," men in a public service. and what .
f' lowing named girls: Lena Belle I Girl Scouts Monday afternoon in her I I and Mrs. T. J. Alderman concluded I they will Ray and do will be from thelayman's
Andrews June I I the reviews with discus- point of view.. J. T. Quigley
Shepherd, l.cila Dca home on Madison anvenue. a splendid
has been
Bullcn, Inez Tompkins, Ruth Stevens, Among the stunts for the afternoonwas sum of Edward Bob's autobiography, elected president of the .

,'. Eunice Browning, Louise Hayes and nn Easter bonnet game which I. "The Americanization of Edward I in brotherhood the and will direct the men Company!
"" Vivian Kite. Saturday afternoon this provided much merriment and also Bok." parts the they will have in conducting -
both
worship and
class was given an Easter egg hunt showed that there was much latent j I Mrs. D. E. Knight delighted the ,I even'ng.'! morning | .:
; 1 by their teacher, Mrs Epperson. talent among the scouts. Virginia club with a vocal selection after ':ho men of Starke ...__ =

.". The pnrty went to the woods where Weeks won the prize for the best I which the regular social hour was en I I invited, to be present and are encourage especially
1 they had n picnic supper and eKK i joyed.
these men in their efforts the
to
hat.After help
; I hunt. Mrs. Joe Cox assisted Mrs. Ep- the social hour refreshments i I A list of the books received on this I other man.
I
person In giving the !girls a merry consisting' of a salad course and Iced afternoon from the book shower, includes _
t I, afternoon. The invited Kuests were: ton were enjoyed the following: WOODLAWN
Hazel Adkins, Cleo Shepherd and *
The American Government J,
Louise Edwards PROGRAM AT \Voodlawn, April 17.-:Mrs. Effie trL
,t Haskins, given by Mrs. J. 11. Ritch.
THE PRKSHYTERIXN CHURCH (I Johns, of Starke, is the guest of rela-
20TII CENTURY CLUB MET; I II The Passing of the Storm-A. C. tives here this week. i a a SY;

WEDNESDAY\ EVEMNCiThe !I II. H.I King, given by Mrs. J. L. Peek. ,I Messrs. Laurie
I I Under the direction of Mrs. I Peacock 'eathers-Temple Bailey, Carter and Roy Fine
I II
Young, the following splendid Easter : Denmark of Jacksonville, were the
I 20th Century (fridge Club were I given by !Mrs. E. M. Johns.
+ entertained Wednesday evening by program was given last Sunday at The Black Pere i guests of relatives here Sunday. uQ
Tulip-Dumas ,
l',\ Mr. und) Mrs N. Stornbenr at their i I the Presbyterian church: I II given by Mrs. D. E. Knight. :Miss Debbie Phillips was shopping ( P
Hail the Power of Jesus In Starke Thursday.A .
( attractive home, which was decorated Song: All Elizabeth and Her German Garden ChopsEither
I J with a variety of spring flowers I, Name. The Blue Flower-Van Dyke, given daughter was born to Mr. and
Tucker. Mrs. C. L. }
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Jnvo'atlon-Dr. II. A. Hilliard March 31st. c sit
Y I' After several rubbers of bridge it by !Mrs. Clarke. (I
was found that !Mrs. I1'. F. Stump Easter lilies-Primary Class. With the French in France and. Misses Lois and Gladys Norman '
muttoni
I Scripture lesson Thomas Wil- I Debbie and Marguerite Phillips attended t? .!
j
and S. L. Peek hud made high score, Salonika Richard H. Davis, given by1
I and Mrs. S. L. Peek and J. J. 'rruby I liams Jr., George Kite, Theodore Mrs. F. F. Stump. the Easter egg hunt at the
home of !Mr and :Mrs. C. L. Carter e tt Iamb veal f
inthe
Ross Young. or
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I superintendent Water Oak J. M. S.ttunlny
Prnver-- Truby evening -
S Mrx. Sternberg refreshed her I Know Wood Allen, given by !Mrs. J. .
; guests with a tempting salad course of Sunday school. C. Hoover. I i ifr. I pork chops are
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Song: The Day of Resurrection !\ And :Mrs. C. S. Dubbs. of Jacksonville ..
saltines and
composed IIf fruit salad Life of Christ-Giovami Paperi, '
ice tea.EASTER. I II School. given by Mrs. Edward, Burns. I I were the dinner guests of I \ always acceptVariety 1
and
--- "Christ thp Lord is Risen Today"- So Edna Ferber Mr. Mrs. D. L. Phillips iifu'dIlY-: I Ii
I Big- given by
KfiC HUNTS Williams. i W. H. Norman, of Jacksonville !
; ; ; Miss Elizabeth Miss able
I meat
Carolyn Frlpp. as a
: Solo--Miss Nellie Stearns. I was a business visitor here Thursday. I
i The Ordeal-Charles E. Craddock
The children ;of the town have recently Estelle Kt-n- ; j Mrs Dalton Carter taken
"Easter 1\Iorn"-1\IIRR was to
Bred in the Bone-James L. Allen I I i for either breakfast dinner if
enjoyed a number of Easter 1 Brick ; a hospital in Jacksonville Saturday or they
egg hunts, several of the teachers of Arose" Fathers and Sons. Heart of Blue Ridge-Waldcon Bailey for treatment. Her friends
I "Christ many
the 11. II. S. having entertained their Readmtr, -:Miss Maxine Landers. ; Lewis Rand-Mary Johnston, wish her a speedy recovery. are of first quality. That is the kind
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.
given by
grades In this happy manner. I Class Song- Miss Myrtle Norman the
I Miss Fernandez' spent
Among the Sunday school classes Thelmn Seals, Alice Fernandez, The Tempting of Tavernalse I week-end in Jacksonville the guestof you will buy from use and they will
that enjoyed egg hunts were Mrs. I| Florence Pincher Phillips, given by Mrs. E. L. Brown. relatives.
Evelyn Stump,
W. E. Mi,1<11eton'K class of young Snndi-rs Williams. Wm. Makepeace Thackeray be properly cut. You take
Bc-ttle Margaret never
a
,' folks, who went to the suburban ',, Symbols of I'aster-Dr. II. A. volumes, given by Mr. land Mrs. I'res- Dentist (to the frightened and obstinate -

home of Miss I/iis Colley I"rltluy' Tucker. cott.Ridpath's one-Now) for heaven's sake, chance on the quality when
afternoon lit 3.30: and had a picnic Sounding History of the World-S madam, grit your teeth and open you purchase -
Golden
Song Harps are
spread ami egg hunt. Mrs. MiiMleton -School.Henediotlon.: volumes, given by Mr. Powell Carpen- your mouth wide! meat of kind from
us.
the ---------- any
was assisted in entertaining
ter.The
children by Mrs K. F. Clnrk. Black Opal-Maxwell Grey, Flatirons will heat quickly if they
given by Mrs. W. E. Davis. are covered with a bread pan. ThisIs
Mrs. O. W. White entertained two H.\LL.HOI.TZKNDOKF
i classes of small children at her home The Choir Invisible-James L. Al- especially helpful when an oil or Meat MarketPhone

on Sanderson street, Friday. afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Claude S. Holtzen- len, given: by Mrs. N. D. Wainwright./ gas stove is used..
dorf the marriage of their S volumes Charles Reade'x Works --
announce ,
from four to six. The small people Lake City Tho
cotton
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had a merry time hunting fur the daughter Thelma, to Mr. Benjamin given by Mrs T. L. Alvarez. for Columbia county ginning shows that report 124, Starke
F. Hall, Saturday, April the eleventh, -- I
which
colored lifter
brightly eggs TllESIIYTElilTNSunday : there were 1,117 bales of cotton gin ,
-'i I, they had a picnic spread Mrs. White nineteen hundred and twenty-five ned in this county from the 1921

was assisted in looking after! tile Stnrki', Florida School at 10:00: a. m. crop as compared with 1,373 bales
children by Mr. I. D. Green, !Mrs. J. :Mr. and Mrs. Hall will reside In St. Preaching at 11:00: a, m. for the crop of 1923.

E SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH truitur.Petersburg" where Mr. Hall Is a con- Junior Preaching Endeavor at 8:00: at p,7:00 m.: p. m. .1..d. t.f..t..t.F i.*l+A+f..f 11 J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

Dr Tucker has the week
------ spent
.1 South Florida for the purpose \You Feel Old And Worn

mental and physical rest. lie will .- INSURANCEAGENCY
turn in time to hold! the usual Sunday Out Read What

Friday and SaturdaySPECIALS I ,services and will attack moral and

'i spiritual vices with renewed vigor. ESTABLISHED 1886
I The Sunday evening sermon will cover HOBO KIDNEY AND BLADDER

subject in which we are all vital- REMEDY:
!Iv interested. You are cordially In- STARKE FLA.
sited, Mr. J. C. :Stover; of Atlanta. Texas ,
to attend any or all of the serv-
I i"l'8 held. in thin. church. says he suffered from kidney and
bladder trouble for the past thirty
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I :MKTHODIST) years and spent more than 1000.00

"': I Printed Crepes and plain colors in all the bright Sunday school at 10:00 n. m. I.. A. I buying trying to medicine find some, paying relief.doctor As a bills lat -

Davis, superintendent All membersof resort was carried to sanitarium --

t! ;i spring shades I the school urged to be present. I i for operation but was found a too weakto GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

I Preaching at 11:00: a. m. by the pas- stand an operation. His attention
r! :;\ tor, Rev. C. F. Stnrnes. Subject: was called to Hobo Kidney and Bladder -
./ $10.75 and $13.75 "The Forgotten :Man." Remedy while at the sanitarium. & RITCH

The presiding elder of the Jacksonville After taking first bottle of Hobo he REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

I district' Rev. W. S. Dunkle! found that he was improving and INSt'ttANCE COMPANIES FIIIE

will occupy the pulpit in the evening continued taking during which time ACCIDENT. LIFE, AUTOMOBILE: ,
A very beautiful assortment of while hats-only and give' his impressions of the great he passed at least forty stones and BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

missionary conference in Washington. now is a well! man. If you sufife. frog
Prayer meeting Wednesday i MADE PROMPTLY
evening kidney or bladder trouble in any
J $5.75Marguerite's at 7:45.sunscRiiiE. I form or have pains in your back -

TO swelling of the feet and hands, Jet a
treatment of Hobo Kidney and Bladder
THE TELEGRAPH Remedy at your neighborhood We can charge your

Habitual Constipation CuredIn druggist. It has given relief In most YES 8 HRS
14 to JI Days: cases and treatment of 6 bottles is

; i Shoppe prepared"LAX-FOS SyrupTonic-la I ru I'EPS-IV.zativefnrBabituat; is a specially- guaranteed. Storage Battery I In ISmith's

I I Constipation. It rc'i'".vij: ,mptly and
, should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto HOBO :MEDICINE COMPANY:
STARKE induce regular action. It Stimulates and Starke
I Retuiteu.\ Very Pl''n int to Take. 60c Beaumont Texas Garage

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-I I' I land :\1 r., Edna: Stokes, of Ilnutptnnl! paying 12 cents will receive direct I .

STOP I spent,,' :Saturday. nnd Sunday in troni Bauer & Clack u first Tutt's PaJSs

II Stark with) friends! and relatives. aid kit membership! book und I

LocalI1lO1'1H21t1O11 : first aid book. Enroll at l'orptmang'tt -
Bits of ..
1! ; Th.lint do. -MiM Ih. InnlM.
Gingham, Chambray and \1-1 Drug Store. ,, .. .
.i ln. imu LOOK low Homespun! 10 cents u yard -- ----.. ----- bownU and dtf!. ..tiv.OVIM*Imlticfn. .* "
+ at Stump's. :Mr. nnd :Mrs J. r. 1'iuwlcy and

I I little daughU'i.Mury, : UvNelle, formerly GOOD DIGESTION
I I and Little Misses Louise and Guilda of Oullian Ala., hn\o occupied. the
READI I Concerning Our People, Business \ There. of Lawtey, spent! the first ol residence of Mr. Henry Mott near the .
Progres of the County and Town I the week in Starke with their aunt high school building. :Mi. Lniwlcy i I so as to keep the ground clean and
I Mrs. D. E. Knight. has fresh. Grow! "nmCr"'n feed on the
been the
--- i m insurance businessfor ,,
ground when the oliicks. are taken otfi
It I oral und U
sex years now Connected -
have decided to continuemy Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis motoredto with the Gulf; Life, of Jacksonville, i of it. ANo if the young\ birds are la t'

I' D. P. Carpenter motored to Cocoa Uemorest Jr., of Arcadia, spent Sun- Jacksonville Sunday and spent the We extend to them a hearty tvtruiiif.lr. I ,'hllhuu e", move the houses todifferent r
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Sale one week longer in Sunday to visit friends. I I day with Miss Balsden.i day with her mother Mrs. Ida W. locations occasionally it
possible.Mix
order to give every one of i '' Tatum. J, J. Uullen, pastor of the

customers chance My price is right-My Groceriesare j, Rev. L. B. Simpson and son, Sam, Starku Duptist church, has been Invited \ 2 pound. of tobacco dust containing
a to not less than IH '
my nor more
fresh. Phone 111, J. C. Manning. I of Crescent City, were here Wednes- Mrs E. L. Biggs will entertain the for the second! time to occupy
get in on some of the many I day. reading circle of the Methodist. Missionary the pulpit of tie Jewish Temple in than 2H per cent of nicotine, with i
100 pounds of dry mash. Feed this
for sale next !Monday afternoon Tampa. A letter from tilt! Rabbi carries -
Best U. S. Army brooms Society
I bargains which I am offering daily for three weeks, and after discontinuing
earnest invitation to t
-S9) cents I 4:00 o'clock at her homo on N. a very
an :
Saturday at Peoples Grocery Roan, of Tampa was
LeRoy for t
three weeks .
repeatthe
during this Bargain Event. Easter guest at the homo of Col. and Walnut street. speak on Friday evening, April\ 17, treatment for another period. ,'
which Ur. liullvii has accepted. A t'
As a special inducement for Charlie Pergola of J Jacksonville\ Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. -- new temple has been urectud in one Epsom': salts should be given at the ,

spent Sunday here with friends. Raisin, Bread everyV'ednes- rate of t pound per 100 grown birds
the last week I offeringsome I of the line residenlal sections of the I
am Western Meats all touts,by a butcher day. Starke Liakery.Mrs. city and in this our Baptist 1 pastor is after the first week and at the end
real honest-to-goodness Fancy cakes, Cookies and who knows how. Peoples Grocery. to preach. of each period.

values and that it pies a spicialty. Starke liakery. I A. Z. Adkins Mrs. M. E. Edwards : ------ -- \ No treatment, however will be BUCtessful -
assure 8fOl'h
you I Gary Ennis and Carr Colley, students :Miss Mable Edwards and Mrs. 01.WILLlAIS; : unless proper' sanitary precautions -
will pay you to come out.B. Hugh Turner, of Waldo spent at the U. of F., spent Easter L. Briggs, of Jacksonville motor COMPANY; : : ERE.: ":X'I'I' ; .I\. are employed.
Saturday here with friends. I II IJ.I I
here with relatives. to Gainesville Wednesday to visit Stock Co. will be
I The Onu William
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V. May genuine Silk hose ,i J. .
| r 1 Mrs.' C. Adkins.A week J. F' HOHKUTS r'OUM: It fiUH.TV
Mrs. F. A. Scott the first\ i In Starke all next playing ender -
75 cent value only spent partof I Gerald Middleton Frank Carpenterand
the week in Tallahassee. Uemorest Jr., motored to their mammoth tent on the Iota Man..IRIIlht..r'erdirt. in Case levy
I IDon't Bob /
45' I small blase at the Steam Pressing 'next to the Telegraph otllce. This
afternoon. County Mnn.Rronson .
Jacksonville Sunday
e" was caused Monday by the company is well known through this
fail to attend Stump's15i heater on the steam presser. It was .
section of the spending
Sale. from many company April 8.-A jury lute this
Mrs. Emily Philips came up
hand
a pairMen's extinguished by extinguishers tho winters in turllt!. Till lell.l.Ing
Seersucker Suits I Dunedin Thursday and is the guest without' damage to the building or non of the aggregation is "]lob.by" evening returned verdict of manslaughter '
$12.50 value only Mrs. J. L. Peek spent Monday in of Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. equipment. Jr. who is the in the case state of Florida'
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Demorest youngest
Jacksonville.Best against J./ F. I aborts, charged with
leading! man of any show. in tho William Nichols
the homicide of near
$9.85each !Mrs. A. S. Crews returned Wednesday Always at your service. Peoples South. "!lubby"" attended! thu Bradford .
she | Tidewater in the south end of Levy
Butter also Standard Fruit from Jacksonville, where Grocery. Phone 13. High School until last year
Margarine at Peoples Grocery. the three weeks.It (county a few months ago.
spent past The
tho show.
when he joined company -
I I
Tho Roberts case took up the entire
Men's Gabardine; Suits Miss Mona Alderman, who In a puts on the highest class of I session of court today and there
regular $25; value Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bryan of Law- onlv costs 12 cents to enroll mom her of the senior class at the! plays and the Williams H-pioco orchestra much interest. manifested duo I
tey. were in Stark- Friday.Mr. in the H. & 15. Junior First! Woman's College Tallahassee, spent m rated high among the inimical I was
| to large family connections of the ac-
$18.45each Aid Legion/ and Corpening'sDrug Sunday with her parents, Mr. and aggregations.This ,
1 cosed as" well us the maii killed. Tho
and Mrs. L. II. Hill of Lawtey Store will enroll jou.ronjrrrssman I Mrs. G.; W. Alderman. company will co-operuto with )
state' was represented by Attorney J,
were in Starke Wednesday. I the' Urmlford County Chamber: of
I :jr. Adkins. of this (circuit while tho
Men's and Ladies Hose ( K. A. nfl'unVaa at- I I I You Kids Summer is coming Commerce in Its. advertising cummign :, defense I was conducted I'.V Judge John

regular 15 cent value Miss Eva RiKdon was visiting tending to business'" in MaivlennyMundny. and too will soon, l he /going/ to for Bradford, county by displaying It 1 Willis of the local bar and Col. A. II

friends in Glen St. !Marys Thursday. j: I i the Lake.. Let 1'orponing enroll a banner in their tent and |11.. Adkins, of Starke. :

9Ca I you in the II. & II. Junior First ( currying tho advertising matter fur- Motion for new trial will probably
J. J. Ri!don was a business visitor ) Rye Bread every Tut'oday.StarJ..e :Aid Legion/ und ho prepared. 'liished by thu chamber uf commerce. I I be Iliad Thursday. morning by

to Mavclenny Friday. Baker)'. I _._- ----- V'his I makes the fourth company who for the defense. attol':4:
neys
pair I: Mr. and :Mrs II. H. "Ford and. children have agreed! to nsnist in this. advertising I !II '

Yard wide unbleached 10 pounds of Irish potatoes for 25 Portraits are the jewels of the Ante returned from a trip to. ,campaign 'und' the county will I Paint! brushes, which--have-become 1'0'

sheeting 15: cent value cents at Manning's Saturday. home. Secure the shadow ere the subKtamc South. "Florida und are guests. of Mr. receive the most desirable! kind of hardened may be "lemlily softened byboiling

10C I fades. Hoover Hros Studio. I and Mrs John Uglow. Mr.\ Fur.I) and publicity.liOUMI. I ill vmetrar' for IT nlinut R. i'

I \V*. E. Thornton spent Saturday in family will leave! soon for their homein I .. _
'Jacksonville Mrs. E. S. Matthews and daughter North \\OUMS IN; rol'l.TKY'
attending to business. I Branch, !Mich. '

..., a ;yardMen's :Miss Florence, returned Monday from ot'' With the coming of summer and )
semi-dress pants Beautiful bilks on Sale 93 Tampa where" they were guests Everything in our large stockon with young chicks tin the range, roundworms i,
special at :Mrs. G. C. Livingston. sale sit real Sale Prices. ifENT-A-WORD
cents a yard at Stump's.When will begin to give trouble!>' in '

] Stump.The the young poultry Hock, according toN
and $1.25; silk hose reduced -
$1.98 $1.50
in doubt of something good I K. Mchrhof poultrymun for the
Phone 13. Peoples Grocery.Mr. to !)8) cents, all colors, tatStump' circle mooting of the Baptist 1"luritl"ltrlculturnl Kxtensioli; Serv '
r Sale.Attorneys missionary sonuty will be held next
a pair ice. I.OS) 'I' Weilm-silav night' April
One lot of :Men's Straw Hats and !Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. motoredto Monday afternoon! at the home of of
I species
There are two common ,
A. Z. Adkins and A. S. Mrs. Mil I between" puslollUe' and homo
A.
with Mrs.
$3 and $1 I hats Jacksonville Wednesday eveningon M. Darby Darby this pest, known us tho largo roundworm I
I I Crews were in Macclenny Monday and Mrs T. N. Limbuugh an hos- urn lirrk drown by Seaboard' 1 ill I''y-
a business trip. on legal business before Judge Long tesses. Time: :3'30.: and tho small round worm. Tho I ment' of claim. Amount, $70. Finder
$1.00each :' ) lance round worm is found moat often return\ l, .1. W Alvarez: Starke. ,It*
Edward Edwards: Jacksonville, in the small intestines' from the ;
D. E. Knight and IJepresentatlve Mrs. '
D. E.
Senator
Knight several
was a recent guest of his mother, spent duodenum to the cecu. It is u white ('111.01(1'\1;\ 1.1I0IU'WANT;. Ulit -
E. M. Johns spent the weekend in Jacksonville this week
Pure thread silk hose Mrs. M. E. Edwards. with their families, and I returned days home Friday. She returning or yellowish worm, attaining a length ,t Hastings Florid. / to harvest
was accompanied -
worth $1.)1)95c ) in the adult. stage of from one to tho potato crop. Work for the whole
to their duties in Tallahassee. home her friend \ J.
Monday by Mrs. '
Corpening's/ Druy) ; Store is enrolling four inches. Tho snuill round, worm tllmil)'. Cioo,| pay. Come any time
; C. Strililing, who will be her .
and girls in the 15.V guest known as the cocum after \March 2r274t417
/\ boys / of m )i.tiierally
for .
family, few
Mr. Nolan Canova and a days.Members
) s. B. Junior First Aid Legion. worm, and i I" found in the ," '"n. It Is
E. Ca- ;
, with E. O'Ilind;
Waldo Sunday HH'Mi)
spent cap onKeystone
Call at the drug store today.Mr. small white worm. I
a pair nova and. family and P. E. Canovn of the Methodist church a birds most Heights rnml. Owner can
Symptoms: Young sire
E\eruenr silk' hose und family. held a business. and social meeting! show general have same by proving ownership and
and
and Mrs. N. Stcrnbcrg and commonly Infested
worth Ell this sale75G Wednesday evening at the club house. saggingof paying fur udv. L. (L Powell StarkeIt .
I
children spent Sunday in Gainesville\ unthriftincss, drooping or
Peek returned to her After devotional service and business
IIli"8lay u and,
of thu head
: with relatives. the wings, paleness! i
home in Jacksonville after spending session there was a social half I
I several days with Col. and Mrs. C. L. hour and light refreshments wore emaciation.
!Mrs. K. M. Johns and little daughter served. Birds kept in crowded quarters or* SEED I'KANUTSN. '

a pair Gloria, spent Tuesday in Jack Peek. in damp poorly drained runs seem ] t
;
voile C. Florida" Kunner Seed. I'o ;
Pretty printed sonville. most susceptible to round worms. i or -
40 cent value only29C Miss Ethel Griffin and brother, :Mrs.. James C. A ilk Ins has as her Treatment: Gomtrul sanitary prl- : nuts $LOt) per bushel (Four cent

Owen Griffin motored to Jacksonville guest at her home on West University desirable. )lava clean per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla.
cautions
added several are
We have spring
new
numbers to our beautiful line of por- Saturday and spent the day with rela avenue Airs.! A. K.: Ilarrrtt, of houses, clean' drinking water etc. If I II. T. HALl, COMPANY. (

traits. Hoover Bros Studio. tives. Jacksonville. Mrs. Adkins' mother at all possible have alternating yards, 10tf. Lowell Fla.
Mrs M. E.: Edwards, and sister Miss
a yard
Mr.\ and Mrs. Jack Murden, of :Mabel Edwards arc expected to arrive
$1.25: printed silk crepe Charlie and Edward Edwards
Beasley -
Jacksonville, spent Easter Sunday in the my Thursday from Sturke to11I'nd ,
special price left Tuesday for Asheville!, N. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.! J. M. several months us her guests. .

95C C. Alvarez. Gainesville: Daily Sun.


!Miss Carolyn Fripp spent Caster P. E. Canova Sr., and son, PaulE. Fresh fruits und vegetables at the

a yard in Kissimmee with her mother Mrs. Jr., spent Wednesday and Thurs. Peoples Grocery.

Men's balbriggan/\ shirts W. J. Fripp. day in Palatka and St. Augustine on .

and drawers a business trip. Spring in tho time when childrenare
Dr. W. E. Mlddleton has fully the happiest, and each spring sees Ii
re-j
45Ceach covered from his recent illness and Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter a marked change in their growth and

at his. office serving his patients. 111011Iablc.! went to Gainesville yes development. Photographs of tho

------- -- terday to visit Mrs.\ Edwards' daughter children never grow up. Sucuro the

. Men's 15. V. 1 U. style Union Homo-Made Saur Kraut 10 cent a !Mrs. J. C. Adkins. slm.low. ore the substance fades.

Suits as cheap as pound at Peoples Grocery.Mrs. Hoover Bruit Studio.

Mrs. W. J. Green, of Jacksonville
49Ceach J. I. Brings and son, Johnny, spent Sunday with her daughters .Make up jour list and /get

of Jacksonville. were guest this !Mrs. Mamie Garris and Mrs. F. L. Stump's, I'ricea.!

I week of her sister, !Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Turner. ..
!Mr. and !Mrs. Homer B. Limhaugh OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT
:Men's white and blue I
handkerchiefs5c :Nice 50 cent layer cakes 10 Mr and Mrs. J. L. Peek Mrs. Edward : and little daughter Marjorie Jean,
r'nts.tarkc\ Saturday "motored, here from Tallahassee yeM'
Bakery Burns, Mrs. O. L. fli-asley and
only. :Mr" .1. M. Mitchell made a congenial t.rday and are guests of his parents, WITH THIS BANK
motor party to Jacksonville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T :N: Limbaugh. Mr.

\Mrs. S. T. Dell and children of Homer U LimKuugh, has accepted a

each Gainesville, were guests Sunday of The It. & I U.! First Aid Kit is position with the Skinner Manutll".1
Pin check the heav'ie.t "t
pants Mrs. Dell's father, Col. W. T. Week" turing ( "., of Dunedin, ,
grade worth .;0 rents. It containseverything H you hay a tltcdimgaccuunt here you save
) Ii 'ive soon for that, phtre.Any 1 .

$1.39 !Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon of ,, nnd onlv for costs first! 12 aid rents treatment at --.- ..- i all trouble in making( remittance Ly mail;

Jacksonville, Sunday with hii I youngster enrolling in have fees for orders
spent Corpeninjj's/ Drug Store. .'. never any to pay money ;
the Junior I irnt. 1 Aid Legion and
I'lIrpnt"Ir.: and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. !
I I1
) a pair Mrs.: W. J. Fripp who has hp,-n ---- --- -- I never annoy business men by smiling them

. Men's (;Ju>et s-t t isle Mrs: G. :M. Inman spent first\ of visiting her daughter !Miss Carolyn Order EGG CASES stamps in payment lor small amounts. And

_ grade this, week in Tampa Plant City: and Fripp 'left Tuesday for her homo ;mKisnimmee. ,
suspender29ent Lakeland. freight or express, 38c. you always have a record and a receipt (for t


U.I not miss the sale on Shots: Mrs. A. Is!. Darby, Charles.. and :Mizell Produce Co., Live every transaction. I II

a pair at Stump's. Fannie Darby, D. <'. Jones and children Oak Florida 'I

Ladies patent leather slippers! Kline and Arthur Darby, spent ,

as cheap as Glen C. Drown, of Gainesville Sunday In Jacksonville.Mr. I We Are Glad to Open Small Checking Accounts tf t
spent Tuesday here the guest of "-'aXDOflXDCICMIH.X'ir' (C WMUaCHIXJMUWCHBIOfl: ;; f

$2.69a Hollis Knight. and Mrs. G. V. Andreson and 1r a 9r COFFINS & CASKETSAnd : ,

son, Sam of Archer, were guests
pair Mrs. A. E. Wall and Mrs. T. J. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. An- 8 Full .Line of Ask Us About Them ,\

Alderman spent Saturday in Jackson derson. UnJ.olt. Supplied
Men's dress oxfords in the new

. tan as low as ville. I
. : Mr. and Mrs. n. W. Alderman and ,\UTO IOUIl... HEARSE( : I

$2.98a All canned Goods reduced to make M> W. J. Kpperson: motored to lake Always on hand. Thn best set- Ii BANK OF STARKE

I room for new stock at Peoples Gro- I' Butler Monday afternoon to see Mr. 1'1!<. at the lowest price Special i

,,ry. Phone 13. John 'rrft. who fo. critically 111. attention to telegraph orj .

pair I I : ders. Registered Kmhalmtr.: I The Dank Helpful Service

I I John Powell and Orl Wiggins motored Notice! "meet me at the Peoples I II' -

NAT STERNBERG to Jacksonville Tuesday eve- Grocery" all kinds of /good thing on DeWITT C. JONES WE PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS

ning. I Saturday. I ,
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SIX BRADFORE COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 17 1923.

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CONTROL PECAN SCAB were visitors to Starke and Hampton Pine 11111 Sunday.
r FOR OVER r Friday. Remember B. Y. P. U. next Sunday

It is very important that pecan Miss Aileen Surrency entertainedthe night at 730.: Eeverybody invited to

FARMERS and FARMING I varieties susceptible to scab be sprayed young folks Saturday night with attend. Group two will render an In-
thoroughly during the fEARS
growing 2GO
an egg pipping. There was a large( teresting program.

-. .. -- I I season with 4-4-50 Bordeaux mixtureI "I crowd present and all reported a Mrs. Floyd Wiggins, of New River,
I control the scab, according to G. harrkn nice time. was attending to business hers Tues-
ol:
has been worldwide
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE I I II. Bluckmon, pecan culturist of the : a liev. Crosby, of Sampson, preached day.

ARTIIIES OF FARM EM'ERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO I Honda Agricultural( Experiment Station. remedy forkdi-y: liver and at the Baptist church here Satur-

Bi BEM' SUITED TO OLit COL.STYKX blade!'>r disorders, rheumatism day and Sunday.A RESOURCES FOR APRIL 1

|I The first application should be lumbago an i uric acid conditions. crowd of young people attendedthe PLACED AT $312 000,000

I made immediately after the nuts egg hunt at the home of Mr. and

( ELSIOlt AND 1ICK-FKEE: PLANNING FOR WAR .1 set. It is desirable to add a half pound f..Q1tM: Mrs. Autumn Voungblood Sunday Florida Barks Report heaviest! in

81RAVNDI1.\ \ .\CCbPrAIILE; ON BOLL WEEVILS of Kuyso to 50 gallons of spray material 0) t4,!: afternoon State' History.
HO a* to obtain better spread I HAA'lt,:>.t Oi J': .
FOR I 1'\CKI'Iii: \V\IEKMELO.NS: Kev. E. C. Taylor, of Hampton
I (Dy Spuds Johnson) I I ing and sticking of tho material. One i .:.: will preach at the Christian church Tallahassee, April 10.-An increase
i ', pound of arsenate of lead to 50 gallons I of 'M per cent was !shown in total resources -
Is notE "liow'iiiiuh here afternoon J.30 o'clock.
WatcI'md shipping season dumage do you think eoriN..r.: I Sunday at :
troubles.
en stimulate vital
state banks i ml trust com-
!I of the Bordeaux will control of
many weeks oil, ', und growers of them boll weevils are going to do crat; i. Three sl.cs:AI!1 druggists. Insistr All are invited to attend. I the three months' ,
to are. this ?" asked Smith many of the chewing insects. I' Mrs. D. A. of Tampa is panies during period
Florida prevent : Si Barry ,
lire anxious year yesterday !I r i the: original genii,.ie GOLD :MEDAL" from January 1 t'J April 1, it was. '
currents of the tie-up caused last lie had just finished his Sunday The operator should be careful to visiting relatives here this week. I made to-
public
disclosed in figures
frum tick-inlested dinner and had for a''I do the work thoroughly; being* sure ,
year by shipments dropped over i IIAMP10NHampton : -- -
.. territory being refused entrance into I 1 little afternoon chat. I that all of the young nuts are covered I I| BROOKED( i| The day by aggregate the state resources banking,department.which on

of Georgia account of with the spray material. 17. Mrs. H. D.
the tate on "That depends on how much of a i April 1 totalled 5224i53,4i0.00amounted ; : (
the straw packing being a dan- May\ and mother Mrs. T. M. Hagan I Brooker, April 17.-Mr. and Mrs.\ j January
,
pine dght the cotton growers of Florida I to( $312,112S80.7'J: at the
ger of tick leinfestution to that Htute. put ," I replied. "I seen that were transacting business in Gaines L. Morgan and children were the
up spe- of this month
representing
The Agricultural News Service of the ,I cialists of the Florida Agricultural I EXTRACTS: ROM( COUNTYAGENTS' ville this week. !|I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith, beginning a jump of $$7,951,1! _>l 1,11.:

University of Florida wrote Ui. Peter Experiment Station and the State UEI'ORIS Mr. Lynn Hall and family have lof Sampson City, Sunciuy j I II
F. Uahniieii: who enfoicc the Georgia Plant Board are urging that cotton I,! e t ,, recently located in the" large Croft I' Paul Stewart and Mr. John Clem- Deposits for the same period Increased -

law regarding these shipments, and growers da not take chances with the : Hamilton number of farmers of residence on )Main[ street. |I I I mons were attending to business in' 45'/i per cent from SflP7-!

t asked him for u copy of thu ruling. I I weevil. They say that because dam- I|[ the county are inoculating hogs Mr. E. A. McKinney and family Isturke Thursday. j I 80UU87.53! \ to $2S7tJ5t) : an In-
.
I of (
According to his letter, two classes ago wall light last year there Is no against cholera. Four days of theagent's left this week for Palatka, where I I Mrs. Guy Long is spending a few crease $89,825,601.34.The I
for the 12
' tick-infested 'II I in Pensuccila with relatives. deposits past
i of materials days
packing in )|I j I guarantee that infestation is going time this week were spent in they expect to make their future I months showed an increase of 76 percent
territories are acceptable to Georgia to be light again this year, and I expect assisting in this work. home. Quite a number of the young peo-
authorities. The first of these ia new I I they right. I I ple from here enjoyed themselves at the largest ever recorded in the

ly cut excelsior, and the second is )i are Lake-Two days this week were Herbert Durden, who is attendingthe the egg pipping given at the home | history of the state in a similar per
1|I "This winter was not as cold as Tampa high school, is spending '
straw, hay, bagasse, etc., grown and .spent with the extension dairy specialist of Mrs. 1', D, Ward last Saturday I II iod, the figures disclosed.
last and surely hibernated
more
this week with his parents, Mr. and
1 After of all kind
baled in tick-free This night. were
territory. local games .
in advising dairymen
lat-I! weevils lived over to start trouble Mrs. A. A. Durden
ter material must be handled played was served. I
so their problems. Permanent I I supper
) this Hpring. I see that out of 3,000 concerning Rev. Hicks filled his : The Wood lot.
prevent infestation during its sojourn j! pastures, and forage regular ap- Dr. E. L. Utggs, of Starke:' was at-
1 weevils placed in hibernation in grasses
The farm woodlot can furnish wortfor
at the church
in the tick-infested territory. pointment Baptist tending to business here Tuesday. (
stressed. Also methods. of
: were
Georgia 12 had already appeared be- crops the winter
I I and during
follows last Sunday morning and evening. E. C. business men teams
Part of Dr. Kuhnsen's letter I producing clean milk taken Long was attending to -
fore the last of !March. Last year were up, |! J. F. Houaer of the Gulf months when other work is source. Besides -
I manager at Live Oak Tuesday.
: and the importance of heading the I
only ono weevil survived out of 4,000 tin farmer ou the labor
"The following materials, properly Refining Co., was transacting business II. P. Gainey, C. N. Shaw and Madison aiding !
herd with male
placed in hibernation at the same a registered was tin woodlot supply a
can portion
in Starke this week. I-I' question
fever (I Thomas to
handled so as to avoid cattle were attending
brought out.BrevardThis. I
place. That would indicate to me that of the building material the bulk
tick infestation, are acceptable to Mrs. J. W. Bowden of !Macon, ., business in Plant City Tuesday.
Georgia when used for bedding or I I infestation i is going to be heavier this county is beginningto is spending this week with her sister, I'I Mr. Rube Lewis and Tom Stewart of the repair mutirlnl and a large!! part
I year, and so I am planning to wage Mrs. J. F. Johnson. If not oil of the fiul used on the averag > I
packing in shipments from the tick- practice greater diversification of and son, Paul, were in Lawtey Sun .
war on the weevil! Mrs D. W. Moore of Theressa at- ) <> fiirin. In inliUrluu the well-kepi
\ infested and quarantined areas. 'I crops. Beans, potatoes and tomatoesare f
"What do plan to do?" Si ask day.Mrs. woodlot may lie made a source of out-
you
"1. Native excelsior or other new among the crops coming into tended church here last Sunday evening Halloway, of Waldo, was here sules of timber
t. ed. nldu Income through ,
,,1 mill products. major importance in the county.St. Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Emily
t "2. Hay, straw, bagasse und similar "Well, now that my cotton is already Barnes & Edwin's Show is in town Abbott. ties or fuel wood!

material grown and baled outsideof planted, I intend to leave it Johns-Helped inoculate 31 this week. It Is being well attendedand Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son.

! the tick-infested or quarantined thick in the row, to cultivate it well hogs against cholera this week. A enjoyed by our citizens. Clarence, were the guests of relatives

I area and shipped therefrom in clean- and often, to make a side applicationof still greater number will probably be Mrs. L. II. JBedenbitugh and daughter Tat Five Mile Sunday, 666

ed und disinfected cars. Such materials !- nitrate of soda or other nitrogenous immunized in tho near future. !Mrs. Watterson, motored to I I Mrs E. T. Stewart was with

must bo handled at all points in fertilizer, and then when the first Baker-Have been treating pigs Waldo last Monday friends at Ziff Sunday. I I. ft prescription for

I the Infested and quarantined area so damage shows up I expect to pick against cholera this week. People The contesting classes in the Baptist Miss Lucile Harrell: of Branford, :Malaria, Chills and Fever

so as not to become infested with and destroy the first squares that begin seem anxious to prevent a recurrenceOf Sunday school lust Sunday' recurred was tho guest of Miss Stellamae Dengue or Bilious FeverIt

ticks. to fall oir In addition< to that, I the epidemic of last I I the following attendance: Ward Sunday. kllla the ...m..

"When hay straw or bagasse are 1 am getting in a supply of calcium year Junior class13; senior class 24. The '' Royce Gainev was attending to I

used, owner or shipper must make I(' arsenate and expect to do some pol- Taylor-Farmers are putting in ;'attendance in the intermediate and I' business in Lawtey one day last week. To Cure a Cold In One Day

affidavit that the materials used did l sonimr, if infestation becomes heavy large crops of hog feed and corn on primary classes was unusually good. I Mr. and Mrs E. J. Lewis and chilI 'j rake LAXATIVE UROMO/ QUININE; (Tableti It
I not originate in thu tick-infested and I enough" I the strength of indicated better''''Sunday school rooms arc much need iron were the guests of relatives at I II Htopsthe tough and Headache and works off the

.. quarantined urea and that it has been I I "You seem to have a pretty good i iI I prices for hogs next fall.MadisonEnrolled I I ed und it is hoped that arrangementswill I, I Cold t F: W,_CiKOVh__;'_S Biunnture on each bo*. 30c..

fo handled, since shipped into the j I plan of war outlined," said SI. "I be- :;; I' soon be made to add some rooms i u

I tick-infested and quarantined area,i lieve I will join you, and then yourI ; 20 boys in pig 'to the main building.A II "COUD: MITER fERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE nIt
I fields won't be reinfestcd by weevils and fat barrow clubs this week. I very interesting Easter program
to infestation with tho cat-
as prevent
I I Get Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON PURE and GEMBRANDS"
tle fever tick. from my fields\ and my fields will was rendered at the Christian church
TWO SLHiII1'LHUitT
I -now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.Not .
last
have the same protection from Sunday afternoon at J oMock.
"This affidavit should accompany IN AUTO ACCIDENT';:' The the Cheapest, but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,
yours. parts were beautifully rendered.
the bill,
way I 1 I Dusters and Dusts.
Jacksonville, April 12. Carlos; ; (Every; participant deserves much I

I SELL ttuALirv EGGS: ;(; APRIL I IS (;.001) TIME 1O Gordon and Frank Walker, both of': honor for his splendid work which E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, FU

i (.JET QUALITY t PRICES: START PAS1UKE GRASSES; Raiford, were slightly hurt I last night helped to make the program a success I
I when the 'I and for which we give God the '
; a heavy car crashed into
go'Inth I
lfavs you stopped to think that the April is a in which to light cur in which they were riding at I''glory'. The church and rostrum was I

)public wants a good clean fresh uniform make sowings of carpet grass andlespedeza Enterprise street and MucDutF ave- :I I beautiful decorated with Easter lilies
'? 1 Do realize that it la | on flutwoods lands, according 1 I and ferns. The
music conducted
egg you and turned their They by
nue car over.
willing to pay a premium for a bet- ( to W. K Stokes, gross and forage were given attention at St. Luke's I''Rev.I Dodd, of Brooklyn was unusually Our Cross-'tT 01'<1 Puzzle I
crops specialist for the University of
ter product? Florida hospital and later were discharged. I II sweet and beautiful, "Why We Celebrate |
If you were going to buy a dozen Agricultural Experiment Sta- The driver of the car which hit Easter Sunday" was beautifully
eggs in a store, which would you buy' tion. lie recommends from 5 to 10 I I', them, stopped a minute and then I'rendered by Miss May Jones. I -
I pounds! of carpet grass seed and 10' Mrs.V.. We tried to find a harder puzzle, humor throw off the track
-a dozen clean, fresh, uniform eggsas left, refusing to take them to the |! B Roper has as her guest you
i to color arid shape, or a dozen pounds of lespedeza seed, per acre. hospital, J. D. Garcia and Al Words- Mrs. I3udd of Jacksonville. I but decided to give you another though. You will find all her definitions -

I different colors and of different! sizes ,' land Some kind of preparation of the worth, call officers at police head- 'I liev. Taylor will fill his regular chance at an easy one. This one was correct and Interesting, although -

Naturally you would, pick the good- previous to seeding has given quarters who investigated, said. appointment at the Christian church arranged by Mrs. C. W. Hawley. Mrs. think

) I looking dozen and would pay more. bent results in Experiment Station A plate bearing the name W. J. next Sunday morning and evening.. Hawley has a sense of humor, and she at first glance you may

1 How can the egg producer get tests Disking or plowing have prov- Dunlap and a door were shaken loose' carried it right with her when she they' arc misleading. We'll give you
(llox
more money for hiM t'jClClI'f Produces ed good from the heavy car by the impact I Supper at Hampton started on this puzzle. Don't let her thirty minutes for this one.
Although carpet grass doesn't burn Lust Friday night April 10th. I
Infertile clean nests and
provide
1 eggs readily' after a good Mod is secured it and W. V. Plunkett, living near the ;i[I the teachers and pupils of the school .
clean do wash
keep eggs ; not eggs; corner took them to the police sta '
# in advisable to protect new 'I entertained with a box: supper. The I I l. 3 S ea
often cool
h gather eggs keep in dry KeeJings'j tion. Police said they hoped the nameplate A
if interior of the
especially they are city hull was decorated (
; place. Market them at least twice a would lead to an arrest t 9
wire grass Fire line of two or three 'I with cut flowers and ferns. The dining I
week and sell! to the market a quality I, C. J. Shaw and Lacy Varns of Ral- I f
I plowed furrows around the seeded|' tables were draped in white and centered -| IL .
product. I Iwere
ford and Andrew Kite t It
I is of Plant City, with '
area helpful protection. beautiful vases of roses. ilo '
As soon as breeding season is over. '
also in the car in which tho two
the April i is one of the best months in The boxes were plentiful and artistically '! i
males und Infer-
remove produce which to sow le.specleza men were hurt, but they escaped un- decorated with various colors ,! W IS.N i6
|
tile
egg If you are not going to uso harmed.
the male as a breeder next ilia- Po'uT/IIJY of crepe paper and ribbon, the
year ROUND UOKM-4 J I IN: Id
ior of which illter'l
E pose of him. It costs money to feed a INCREASE: : )DEMAND; nut was just as
rooster. With the toning of summer and CLOShl( CARSIKXT1LE FURNISH the appetite as the outside ...on,. ,

Candling eggs helps to eliminate with young chicks on the range, roundworms ; INDUSTRY:' WORK tions were to the eje. I

guess work Eggs: can be graded then I! will begin to give trouble in I j A guessing contest was entered i 2. .3 11 Li Lb

on a quality basis and the producer of the young poultry flock, according toN Increasing demand for closed cars I into in which they tried to guess the I 12

quality eggs can bo 1 paid a price for I It. Mohrhof, poultiyman for the among other things, is furnishingthe number of beans in a pint fruit jar. 27 t8 19 So
4 Florida textile industry of the country Mr. Milton Black came nearest and
It ;
his product. given a check en the Agricultural Extension Serv-
producer of bad eggs. Candling detects ice. with a big annuully growing business. was given a $1 box of stationary.A 131 S3 ss s+
There I The largest user of upholstery nice sum of $-tJ was realized ,
t i various kinds of rots, blood I are two common species of
materials is thu Ford Motor which will
I be used
this om- to decorate tho
rings, stuck yolks, moldy egg! etc. pest, known as the large round
worm and the puny and figures which have been school premises and furnish the nec- -
small
A good, fresh egg will show tho round worm. The
''I large round I given out by the company not only playthings for out door y s, LT-c
is
i following before the candle: A small worm found most often i else. I : :
I air cell, yolk faintly visible; no black in the small intestines, from the show how the closed car popularity 1 II -
I is. growing, but also present an intt'rI Doth teachers and pupils deserve
duodenum
pots! or blood, rings, and you can detect to the ceca. It is a whiteor I
fine cracks in the egg. yellowish worm, attaining a lengthin | eating picture of the great quantity much credit for their extra effort to HORIZON:\'r\L 6. What a small boy does when be

,: Better eggs bring more money. the adult .stage of from one to | of cloth used in trimming automobile I supply these necessities. 1 1. Its misuse. is inexcusable. induces wuter to his face and

Every egg you sell must be fit for four inches. The small round worm I,i bodies. Ford production records disclose -I --rRAlT\M: 7. It takes more than one to make it hands

t '' human food.CULTIVATION. in generally known as the cecum I that in 102I) close to 10 per cent 8. In the eye and in the sky. 7. A small piece of ground.

I ___._ worm and is found in the ceca. It is of the company's passenger car out- Graham, April 7.-\ressJ'H. E. J. 10. To pread one's self boastfully. 0. What gossip creates.

( j" :' OK TIIK PECVN: a small white worm. I I put was. closed cars, which U a new Murrhee, ,V. J. Jones, Gentry Cad 11. Canvas shelter (plural). 10. The pirates' aspirations.

.,.. ORCHARD SHOULD UECIN:!= NOW Symptoms: Young birds are most high record. To trim these cars it 'mul'. ,. .Mathasjin; Misses Mattie 13. To move slowly. 12. Demosthenes overcame as he

( Spring cultivations of the commonly infested and show general took approximately 3,680,000 yards ()?'ikn, and Mranccs Murrhee were 14. Adam did and we've had to work' walked the seashore.
f pecan orchard of cloth, the equivalent of the entire
I!
should unthriftmess, drooping or fuggingof b"smess visitors to Starke Tuesday. ever since. 15. A crucial time for the plaintiff
begin at It is j
I once. annual of mills
ten i
I highly desirable that the winter cover the wings, paleness of tho head and five looms output each. of twenty- Marvin Ogden came home Tuesday I' 16. What you can't stand up and do. 18. What ladies hate in skirts.

I or of weeds, the emaciation.liirds !| from Pompano where he spent the 17. An Indian Tribal appellation. 19. What the originator of a cross
crop crop us case Another
it
thing, required the I
may bo, should be turned under and I kept in crowded quarters or fleece of I j I winter truck farming. We are glad to 19. Lima is its largest city. word puzzle possesses.

Ij the soil put in proper condition to receive I in damp poorly drained runs seem furnish sufficient more than wool 87.1,000 for all sheep this to I welcome him back. 20. This word could apply to "Jackbe 22. To move about uncertainly from

t the summer cover crop of loKiimcs -! most, susceptible to round worms, cloth und I! We are sorry to report :\Ir-. Cord I nimble Jack be quick." place to place.
,
an feature in
according to G. II. Blackmon, ,' Treatment: General sanitary precautions this interesting Abernathy on the sick list. 21. To pull along by main force. 23. A monkey shine

d" pecan culturist of the Florida Agricultural are desirable. Have clean I last two connection is the that within the I Mr and Mrs. Wesley Dyal, of I 21. An agreement. 25.: An American lady prominent in
price of wool
I Experiment Station houses, clean drinking water, etc. If years High Springs, were visiting relatives 27. Eternity. England.

After the soil has been thorough! at nil possible have alternating yards such as than used doubled.in Ford upholstery, has | here this week. I 28. A tree with chewey bark. 2(3.( What we all da too much of.

plowed or disked, if a dust mulch Is so as to keep the ground clean and more factoring economies However effected In manu-I other I Mr and Mrs. W, T. Wasdm, of 30. The unfortunate absent memberat 29. The friend a feller needs.

maintained during spring months, it fresh Grow some green feed on the | Waldo were visitors here Thursday the Ladies Aid 32. Before.

Is possible to hold the moisture in ground when the chicks are taken off departments permitted the company evening. 31. What the boss did to the office 34, A French coin.BEANS.

: the soil In such quantities that it will of it. Also if the young birds are in I to Ford each closed year cars lower to the the purchaser.price of the I :Mrs. Maude Graves and daughter, girl, while she was doing it to a

bring about the best possible tree colony houses, move the houses toIilfer..nt Buyers for the start with ;Miss Kunu and Duffy Abernathy bill of lading..
company
:.I growth and the best conditions will out of bed.
n be obtained. ville.Mr.
,( An acme or disk harrow will help :Mix: 2 pounds of tobacco dust, containing art quality kind most of wool desirable to be was used. ex-I and ;Mrs L G. Barry and 35. What Abe Lincoln pulled the pig AUTHORS

not less than 1H nor more daughters, Thelma and Dorotheia and out of.
keep the soil mulch in such condition TEAM5 RI
ed only after mjch RM
r// that it will prevent evaporation.The than 21,.i per cent of nicotine! with upon experimental -: Dewey :Murrhee, of Tampa, spent 36. Cupid's best friend.

summer cover of legumescan 10O pounds of dry mash. Feed this As work and long and severe tests. 'I the week-end with her parents, Mr. 37. Half man half beast.VERTICAL. REp IDA BET
crop Ford
for
daily for three weeks cars are the most part and Mrs E. J. \
and after dis- Murrhee.
be during the last half Y RN NOOSE
planted
subjected to long and hard service
it
continuing for three weeks, repeat j, Messrs Schell Byrd and Wiley 1. What dad does to the coal pile '"
of May, and this will give a large the is necessary to provide In the uphol- I Tel E ELI-
treatment for Edmondson
another period. pent Saturday after- with speculative in cold ,
eye
amount of green material that can stery cloth not only pleasing and attractive r
be returned to the soil during the fall Epsom salts should be given at the but also unusual noon in Waldo. weather. B I RDS A SSEANS
months. rate of 1 pound per 100 grown birds wearing :Mrs. Ethel Byrd Barrow and little 2. What we should hate to ride into EAR 7RNG

after the first week, and at the end qualities son. T. A, of West Palm Beach, are town on.

n. QulnJae Tj.l Dot Not Affect The Read of each period.No Colds Cause Grip and Influenza spending the week with her parents, 3. A small sunken court in front ofa I RGF SRT

Bemuse of Its tonic and ffliatlva effect. LAXATIVE treatment, however, will be successful LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: Tablets Mr. and Mr. D. J. Byrd. basement. S iE
BROMO OLJIMM5! : !; (Tul>U-ts) can be taken.br unless removela. !Messrs. 1. G. 4. A I
urnmuaaesa rtaalntf I proper sanitary precautions cauM. Then la oaf,oca "Bromo Quiolot. Barry and daughter, very simple amount or particle
to Che Ybd.W .w.tjt'v't'f.( ? iUaatu/oun box. 30u arc employed. E. W GROVE'S uinacure oo WIlL :Me. Thelma, E. J. and Dewey Murrhee, 5. A form of the verb "to be". SNOw L CIDa
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FRIDAY. APRIL 17. 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA ,PACK SEVE'rv

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THERESSATheressn LAWTEY I meeting to bo held in Atlanta to take ;nml, rent '......un..1 properly of every kind : to I thiiati t... certain, JuilMmvnt therein pendInit. -

:: ... -...,. 11 mil l uitiun the ronalruet cal ntniet for ,Iht constructIon therein the rttitpnii Bank of Ralford a
on matter and the
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I Lawtey April 17.-Hon. E. M. of hIth.:1": mi kiml I : to own, Mil. CCTP..nil, Inn In the I'la,ntlir, and t). E. Uyal
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"' ._ .1 l. Aprl'l17.-Frlenda of \commissioner of agriculture has Instructed .. Ire dlnpoer b'.i. kinds of anil K I). Pyal. rvapectlvviy, iiru the t) fenil.
\ Mrs. Fred Manire, of Hampton. will Johns, of Starke, was in town on L. M. Rhodes, of Jacksonville mortgagee. "bond.*, notce. account anti eecurltlM 'ante.. and which two Judvmanta. apr onrvcnrtl
lb'' business Friday. M broken. tat ION. am.ma .ml other, *'Uo In Judgment 1. on paiii-a IS
-., ... ..' be glad to know that she is steadily to represent Florida at the for .profit l,, contract I In An" with othera for anil; lit ..,,----. and hopes to be with her meeting. advertising selling and dlapoelng of the hold- i i I'nlon County. Florid. a certiAvd copy of .
improving
Misses Bessie and Claudie Terry Inga of till, toriu.intlnn. for commlMlon or ald two udittnenta .belnv recorded In ......I.n t\
mother soon for an extended visit. of Jacksonville, were week-end visitors Commissioner Mayo stated that ho ,I ol ho rv.i I... : to contract lo nil.I with others for I .l lulunn.nl, ll.Hik No. i on pame 2011 and S10.' '
Mrs. R. M. llursey made a business | the ...n.I".tI.... .,r ilwln. roa.la.. eldawalklml n mn :l It ely. of the Public Record of 0 ., tI t
believed fifty cent of Fiorlda'ilperlshabll'
at the home of their parents.Mr. per druo waya. parka nn.l oth, rwl.e beauti foril. County. Hortila.. I have :'evled upon and .
trip to Melrose on Tuesday.A and Mrs. T. J. Terry. products wore shipped C. I tying lamia: for euudlvltloni; :i : Into; farm. mill. 1 will offer for .. and sell to th. highest and i
communionand town eltee : .and lo contract for the erection brat bidder for cash the undivided interest citIn *
few friends I
enjoyed O. D. and that it would be serious '
a : : .
JA" .nil operation of. .n.1 tll : '
eni'l antI! operate aid li' K nyal and K. 1>. Dyal, In th*
prayer service at the Christian Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke blow to the state if the proposed rulIng -' light and water plant* to make. copy and 1 followInK property In Hradfonl County Flor

I church Easter Sunday. Beginning : was a visitor here Thursday.Mrs. i were adopted and carried out. I'.certify abstracts the tlllea of thereof title .to, to Inmli operate unit tramroada. toguaranty Ida, to-wlt : .

Wednesday April 15 the memberswill ",,.. I The Northwint quarter of Southwest q.....
----- | .t. sod boat lInes for Inn. mirpoae. of
few ter except Ifl olf th. aide alsoth .
acres went *
1 George Anderson spent a "beautifying and ;
.li.rn.lnvi of IU hoMlnm.. hut
I
hold a mid-week prayer meetingon COMMISSIONERS: MEETINGThe I .' Sotithweat quarter of Southwe.t. quarter
By Art:1U1": rf.M-e. each Wednesday evening at 8:00.A days in Starke last week. I to not tin.to and chance perform for tranaportatlon mien other acta thereof and thinga; ami north .f branch axeelit A 1-2 acrea In the *
.. Northwest corner. In Suction 2$, Township 5.ltoth '
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A.'W.U cordial welcome Is extended to Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo Fred Board of Commissioners as may 1.6 neeoaaary, or ad>bmble from. limato ranRit .'I. eontalnlnn 4tl acre, mora orli
County time to h. clone unit performed In .....1..". .. ,
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EUCEN1STS MEAN: V/CuL CUT.. everybody.Elma David and Robert Moore, of Jacksonville of Bradford County, Florida met for ln.. .beautifying. antI marketing I... hol.llnue Said A. D ale I UK to 6.take.between place the on tba legal 4th boura day ofMay of n

EARTH.--BIG ALMA MATH:: and Theo Padgett left on spent Sunday here with their in regular session, Monday, April | prottt, ihrouah pr..Nll1| lt.f for| herein and olh.or.. not whetherealxeially ma I' .ale. said. day being a regular. sales day o(
thin Court aald .1.! to b In' front of th.
Monday: for Hastings where they .. ), *
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore. 6 1925 with all members present. long men iiru and iteeda are not contrary .,. .
WHY THE TEN parents, Court n. .. door. la Stark. Bradford County
COMMAND: ? ::.YT3 will be employed on the potato read and '7 the I..w. .f the Slate of Florida or thaI FlorUa.
Minutes of last meeting United Slatre of Amerlra.ARTICLK.
BUT CAN YOU ENFORCE(:: IT? farms. Mrs. W. I. Powell left Sunday for approved. I S. W. J. EPPERSON.

Mrs. Charles Forsythe Jr., of Lake Wnter Haven, where she will spend that the Th amount of the capital itock hereof A. Z. ADKINt SherIff Bradford County, Florida.Attorney .
____ Louis II. Hill reported hall .b. TWENTY-KIVE '
u TItOt'tltNfl r>OI-
Geneva, shas been visiting friend some time with her son and family. bond trustees accepted the proposition II.AR of the paritlm. of ONE HIINDRFD for l'I.lnlllt. l-3-M-t-t

The eugenist* in the birth control here this week.Theressa DOLLARS! EACH mid lork to .tw paid for
convention for bottiI folks be Carl Wooten was a business visitorto of the board and was preparingthe wholly, or In part with property.. ca.h. l labor MASTERS SALE
plun a young seem to for and cervices to be fined by the Hoard of ,
old jail for a storage place PI*
I race by "artificial selection," which bent on surprising the community as Jacksonville Friday.Mr. and reolore aa nrovliletl. by law And greatest. Notice U hereby disco that under anil by
road
machinery equip
would mean picking the right liu.- well as answering the call of County amount of liikhlllty shall not oncv"d $54,000.00at > virtue of that certain' Coal decrea of for..
,band for the right wife. spring. : and Mrs. Urey Gunter and ment. any on. time.ARTICLE .1......... mail and rendered' on th-28rd. day
Miss Gertrude Swindle was quietly children. of Wachula spent several Louis II. Hill reported that he had 4. of March. A. I) IU2I. by lion Amos I..,..
You can do that with Thin corporation shall nl.t l for tht
cowt married on the 7th of April to Mr. periodof Juilve of the 14th Judicial' Circuit sating for
But with days here last week. heard from tho clock propositionwhich Ninety-Nina yvaniAKTICLR. and .
honei etc. them you Initiail of Judge A. V. Lone. of th*
Carlson of Green
breed Jake Cove Springs. matter referred to him : I. KlHhth Juillml circuit of Florida, dliqualiAeil -
human
body. Among was
only a
[ and Mr. Ben Hall took as his wife Deputy Sheriff W. W. Baisden, of The hualnru of this corporation' chaR .b* I In tlmt e,rtaln emue wherein The ,''.d-
beings you produce that very and same was. postponed to a later innrfnetMl by a rrvalilont. General Manaiier.Vlroprraltlent. eral Land Hank of Columbia a corporation
mysterious thing called a soul D.:. Miss Thelma Holtzcndorf, of Starke. Starke, was in town last Wednesday Secretary. PrfHaun .andItoard ,la. complainant. >ml Roy llobcrta. "l .1.! are
that's different. Their many friend: wish them much on business.Mr. date.Notary of I'ltvctoni of not h... than 'three nor defcndatita, tha undoralyneil. will offer\ for
Public bond of II. O. Brown, mora than A\o nifmbeni. The offlrra of renildint ale and. will Bell to the hluhiwt bidder, for
You might marry a Jo'in I.. Sullivan happiness. presented and approved. anil I'irneral Manntivr may lie hfUI bv ea>h. In front. of the CourthoiiM door la.
to Hypatia or a Michael; Rain is needed very badly in this and Mrs. P. M. Riggs and son one and the name I'<'", ..n. and the offlppa of Stark. Hm.lfont County Morlila. on Monday .
TaJf' Collector, E. W. Hayes was Secretary and Treasurer' may .be betil .by one the .
here 4th day of May A. I) 1D25 durIng. ,
and visitors Friday I
< of section. Crops are not looking burned family were
Moses the Venus :
Angelo o granted thirty clays to close tho tax and the fame penion The nalil nln.... am! the legal hours of sale. for tha purpose. of
Milo. and be bitterly disappointed; as yet but can't stand the drought evening.J. director are to .he elocteil, In the manner aa atiafyltiit, said final .decree the fnllowlnif.
in results. much books. provided' 10, law .t. .the annual mnetlnie to .beheld / diacribml. real estate lying and being .Inllrndfonl
longer. Report received that Addie Rowe the Swonil ........IJOY of IVcemlier of County. Morlda to-witt
On the other hand r tsll. i':..r"> T. Moore Jr., is spending a few each year at Hlarkc. Morlda. at itich hour aa North half of Houthweat quarter South
country girl, Nancy H.u.kq, }>:<: ZIFF days in Jacksonville this. week with and C. F. Wilson, paupers had died, may: be provlilnd. In t the by-lawa: AIU| until noprovliliMl I cast quarter. of Southwest quarter, ; 8outh
I nt the hour of rIght .I .rk I* M.
and their names ordered stricken i> < west quartir of Northwest quarter. and Houth.
ably vuutblf. to road or write, rr.ai- relatives. thereof However the by,lawn may provide. went quarter. ..Himthiwat quarter of North
of
Ziff 17. Mr. C. C.
April Johns From the roll.
ries a local ne'er do wcii, and ti. pauper or at any HtockhoMen minting they may I wen uuater. all In Srcllon ll", Township 6I
Starke Sunday morning here. Baker Elam W. W. Baisden the .author! .. thit newly elected Ronnl of nirectorw I I "
result is Abraham Lincoln. Th. spent Mr. and Mrs. and was given job nth, Itanva Jl but: conlalnlnif 170 acre*.

Lord s em> to reserve for hiai- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hodges and I Roden, of Jacksonville, were week of painting the jail and cells. to fllll. Vice the.'nrealdt offices>nt of. 1'rt'nMrnt S.H"n Uiry OcneralMnnnirer. and A."Z'"I"ATKINS.Mister.

elf certain problems. daughter spent the weuk-end at the end visitors at the home of their father There being no further business, Treasurer. anil, mien olTicrra, elected by thuPlrectora F. M JOHNS. '"

home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. Otis Roden.W. board to meet tho first shell haie the mime ""...... anil Rolleltor for Complainant.. 45.50,5.0NOTI'li
adjourned duties ai If elected. bv the .....lIh..Iot....,..
Harvard will spend $18,000,00" Miss Onie and Dome Rivers and !Monday in May, 192.; ARTIClE '.
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II. Edwards and children of TTntll the annunl to he held the OF CUAKOMN SAtE OF HEAL
meetmti
,
to improve the study of agriculture. : Miss Ophulia Hodges of Starke ESTATE
O. W. ALDERMAN, Clerk.Don't Soeoml Tuesday. In PecemU'r mill anil until
That's sensible.Ejgl1ah.peakIng spent Sunday here with Misses Opal : Jacksonville spent Sunday here with their .......ii.oni >.,. i-licti'd and. iiuallAml, I. ;i-;
-- Nolle It hereby that th.
.. relatives.A. the following .hull h. the olTlcern .nnd dlreatora undoralirneil
; nation !sru> and Lula Lewis : -- of this eoriioratlon. to-wlt .. (luardlan for Earl: Ihomaa and c.l-1::

''Latin and Greek. The ROIOS.I/. J. \\. Lewis was a business visitorto (',. A. Cullina.' 1'reRldi'nt nnd ii: neral fana-. Thomas, Minor halra of II II. Thom. il.*
Greek. The Grk phiuao-:! : L. Taylor visited his> mother in Wake 'Em. sir ceaaeil., will apply to til. Honorahl (Jeo.. A.
studied
Waldo Saturday afternoon. lIe was Sturke Sunday.Mr. Bonn-" mon feet: nn Immense amount of l,. M Flelch., Vlee-prralilent lianllner. County Juilun. of llrailfonl. County.
the tiuiIguagra '
Iphers studied -
Egyptian" home his Per'vls.who Florida on th.u Jfltll day of April lOiS at 10
accompanied by son, latlsfm'lion out .I'> '' t conviction that 1<. II. Wright Seer, t.ry nnd Tnanurer
<
Million o'clock ..
and r..r.n onler/ tell
hierog-lypuieii. m to
(1. A. r..llin.. II M Mi'l.ln. 1C. II Wrluht. .t private
f>re spent teaching man.- VinJ: of spent the week-end here with i and Mrs. U. R. Thedo and children til it tin ilNftKrri1 >' I'lom' lire In the W. n. Potter and. I'l .K Kiiluht the Plrectora. IIlo. all the Inlfrv.l' of t tho laid. mlnon Intho

knowledge little used after the homvfolks.Mi were visitors to Starke Sunday. vvrontMinim' ARTIClE 1'. following dMcrlbcd. land illtiat and I ly*
InOl In Bradford County. mat of Horida. to
1'lKin the ilenth. rmlannllon of -
I : I.V.. Dyal, of Graham, spent or are ormon
student leaves school wit
J. R. Eddins. of Gainesville was CI.KHK-8 HKPOHT of the olTlcera or dlnvtora tin ramnln-
,
It Is about tin to be Earth tie and Mrs. J. W. Lewi>l. transacting business in Lawtey Mon- FUNDS I unlll the n'Ot, nnnilal meeting and. '1 h.... I(3)). Township HI- (18). Southof
Ing serious! old: Mother day. Monthly financial ...,,meaf of ttradfor1 I In ,tho e\ent no ,director, remalna In fill such. Kiinao Twoiity.ona ((211) Fat.IT1B .
original Aiwa Mat. from whlib Mr. and Mrs. 11. O. Rivers, of County for the month i ur March.. 1025 vacancy a mrttlnir of the Htock, h..h".... hall I I M \ Mel' :LVNAfJIIAN.fluarillan .

we Spring\ upon' wMch} we c.opvcdabsolutely Starke, spent Sunday here with Mrs.Rivers and Onie of .he callnl ... ,provided. by law tu till vuch va-. for iinld Minura.Thli t
and to Misses Ruby Redding, General YeaS. canelt /I I Zftth day of March. A. I). IvliS. '
( life sister Mrs. Lewis.
during
hero with ARTICI I. a.17-81-4.2
Jacksonville, spent Sunday Dal. March. 1.02& 1412 oft
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which we all return.If Mr. and Mrs. Purrish Crews ofKe'stone lieeiptilurinir month _-_-..- SINK.IISOlnbumemenU The namei anil reitdenta. of the aubcarlblntr 'I .
here. relatives.Mr. ilurinirnonth. . Nftl.74 Inci.rporntora hen.to with the number of ,. ?NOTU TO OKHTDHM AND rHKDITOHIt
-- Heights. spent Sunday : U.I. April' I I. HUH. 81S: OFIn. .harea of the cai ltnl Hock nuliacrlhed, for byeach I, (:Creditor and all peraona SavIng .1.1....
events justify the prediction Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Thomas! and and Mrs. Blorent of Fort and ForfeIture Food fire UN folloWH : I III against th. Palate, of Robert P. June, Isle ofBradford '

of Professor Halilane that chemistry son, Floyd. and sister-in-law, Miss Myers were guests last week of !Mrs. Fin!. March* .ilurinii 1." m.S month-.__ -_ ISDHISUoelpt ftol ft"INMtmri sham.. A.. folllna. Winter I'arlt. Florida. 8II present their County claim. Florida duly' authenticated decea-ed. will to

will soon make sugar 'as Merrell Thomas spent Sunday here Blorent's mother Mrs. G. T. Pcurce. menu during ,non'h -- '- f 13(4? M Fl.il.l.. Winter Park Florliln Bnlinn< I tha under-dined ailmloUtrator, within one

cheap" as hawdust, the gasoline with Mr. Thomas' brother, R. U. Hal April 1. 1925 .- 1816.67Uxd barea It II.. Wright Winter Park. Florida. 5 year or they will b* fon'ver barred sod all
.1. of Jacksonville. YeaS I peraon Indebted. to aald Ralat' are. reijueiiteillo ,
problem may temporarily be solved Thomas. Robert Dinkins Pal March I----------------------- 41.43FteeplptH W. R roll.... Orlando. Flor""' ", I .h.... I
py "sugar power."' Mrs. Howard and daughter Ellen, was a Sunday visitor at the home of diirlnit. moth, ,.n lDtubunemenu II E Knight Rto...... Florida. I nh....... I ICJ pay their, Bald debU' to the Admlntratorforthwith r

his Mr. and Mrs. Charles during. month. I A. rt'n.i.IMS.I W. J. Fl'PFRSOV. .
and son of Fairbanks spent Sunday parents, hal April 1. HUB I0.1P.63Halldlnc II M. l"IF.I.IM.: Admlnl-tralnr, of the Kilat' of Robert P. .
Religious organizations, .on- with Mrs. R. U. Thomas.Mr. Dinkins. PeaS u II. wnir.iiT I Jonea. I'eeas.d. 1
vtnoed that pub lie schools should Inl. March. I. ItKA ... ._ ..- 7.B6Kifclpt W. R. 1''fTF-1t. Thli tilth day of March 1025. ''..
in the I. W. Dyal, of Graham spent Henry Burney was a business visitor during. month --. u .:. KNICII t.JO.Pt-6-IJ J
Include religious training
ilHbuntvmftnU[ during month __.._ HTATF OF ,\.
here. n --
daily routine, demand that the Ten Sunday to Starke Friduy. Hal April' I I. III.'A u' f 88 OKtNC.K! : COI'NTY.Hvraonatly I NOTI'R- TO I'EIITOWSANOCIIEIlrtivll
Commandments be read to the Royce Gainey, Buddie and Living. OaUtaarflag Veal appeared .before m... a Notary, i, 1

children at least once a week. ston Russ, of Brooker. were fore Sun- Frank Wiggins of Jacksonville, Dal March. I I. 1IIJO 141143Meveliita Public of tha Blato of Florida", n A. folllni. I| Creilliora' anti all persons liavlnir' clnlma. ,
ilurinir month ... ___. 64| < II M Flehll. R II Wright and W. K Potter. analn.l tlm btai of Andrew, M \
Wouldn't "The Sermon on thr duy. spent Sunday here with his grandmother r r>lhum.manta during month. u_.__. who, are each well knnwn 1 to me to I,. some of .., Bradford County. d. I
Mount" be better reading foi Casey Atkinson and John Shaw Mrs. Lowery. Hal April I. 1 Iiei----------n Mpratnafa the. IndlvldunU deHcrlbed In anil who .....'..t. preaent their claims' duly. 'IIrldlt.".," .. l IIj
Fund ..I| t lh,. foregoing artinlea of Incorporation. .
children than the Ten Commandments : spent Saturday night and Sunday Hal March I. 1UJB .. 1'1.G4 ..n,' inch ..f wlu.m, aeknowledirvil lo nnd |I.... ",.d..I..n'' Admln.trator forever barred within, and on all

? In a general way e" (>I' here with their friends. 1 Miss Hazel Futch returned home I*,"reii"tM during month -__. .__-___ fur. me that ho t editeil, an.1 I ulwcrttieil his Indebted to aald Estate am ; ;
child of ten knows of the Ten &>".- Miss Amanda Shaw of LaCrosse 1 last week from Wauchula, where she I lnlturaementa. during. month. ___-__- tintni.. thereUt fir the iiurpimm. I Ilieieln et. theiraid drhla to I lh I,. A'lml '. '
Iliil April I. I'>J1. .- __ 1"Wldn preaiiad.IN with.
mandments, or us many as a child spent Sunduy here with friends. Also has been spending several months : ... Panilan PenS I WITNESS' WHFKROK: I havi. hi.rc.unlo. \VMONH II S,

Ihould understand.Two with her sister, Mrs.\ Urey Gunter. Itnl March I. 1UJ5\ .__._ 41.OSIttriipta ant my hand anil nlTlrlal mal nt Winter, Park Atimlnl.l.ri.tr of Andriw, M J JI
attended the egg hunt at Mr. and .. iliirtnif. month .-. __ 11.10 I In c' R ale of Flnrlila., thla (81hWII.I.'AM "I liiin.
or three of the Commandment Mis. J. W. Lewis'. I Dinburaemanta. during. month. -. tiny .if nX\"i;; :": :\ >. :i925. This 12th day of March A. D..
are fortunately not necessary It. D. Lanier, of Homestead has Iliil April I. lti.5----------- 02.15Atrieullural It IIAII.KV: I I 1
the child to fifteen. Allen hornton, of Stnrke* was a been spending several days here with I, Peed rR..I' Notnry Publlr.
.o up visitor here Sunday afternoon. He llul March 1. 102S LI6 Ni.tiiry Piibllo for the Hlnte' ..r Mlroda .tI i- NOTICB OF HfllOdl. .
home Onie Mrx. Lunier's parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. Itii.iplM, during. month ----- .n rite. My .rommlrtiilim P.plrs'a: July 21, ti
was accompanied by Miss L. Futch. IHnliuniementa. during month HUH.BTATK!. I I I
Why no* leave religion to religious By Iho power by .
school Rivers and Miss Ophelia Hodges. llnl \prll 1. lll-T. I I IK "' OF 1"1.01111I, ''of Fli.rldn, Hie .. .th.m. I heal
teachers, and public The hunt well attended at J. T. Reddish : April. I. It'-T\ iIittirokIh toIlPrv.rcesnnally Btailfonl eininty h..h" I
egg( was R. R. Thede and wero .1.
.
public school teachers. appeariNl tore '
education to llradford County. me n Notary held, on ......I.y. Aiirll at '
and keep the two separate, which the home of Mr.\ and Mrs. J. W. visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday.The 8'... of Florida Public of the Rl.'le of I'lnrldn... I) K: Knlicht I hoimea. In their '. dl-trlcta. \ I
thus Lewis. All I I hereby certify thai th. foregoing tatetnarit who I. known In me I.. I he one of the ImTlvl.duala and, named below. .lv., ... m." '
reported big time.
American u .
the plan .
has bean of G. F. Young and J. of tha receIpts and. .l.bt..n.cnId, of thefunda "...rll..d 'In and who. orut.il. the foreirolnit nld election' follow; I
Mrs. J. B. Thomas was a visitor to stores of llnilrord Tounly for tha month ofMiurh article "f lncori.irallon. .ml who No I .fb... ... manauent, f). W. I
tWtA Bruokt-r Saturday. A. Howe were entered onu night last I Illjn In true.. ,nml,,I e ,rrct to the "acknnwlrdireil ... and .before mo that ha eiioeuti U W. lII.oJ. H. R Hwlnille, !
week and several dollars worth of I Seat. of ltty ..nowl...... ...1 0.11.1 'd anti, subscrIbed, his namu thereto for N. it Lawtey.. manniieni, '1'. J. I
Beam, just dead Wall at one ----- O. w. AI.PP.RMAI'f.: lint iitirpimva ",'pC.l. exprmnelIN .. Walnwritfht. A. If llarleyNo .
tjna a clergymen In the Protestant ilHillLAM\) articles stolen. A suck full of goods I 1 .MALI (.7cCV'NS....... WICNRBH WIIRIIFOI': I have hereunto 7 Brooklyn, n""'..,....., R .0 t
Later he that taken from Mr. Howe's net n.y hand anil nflrlclnl\ ...nl nt Hlarlie. llrad- 1 I'. John tinner. dr.N I
Episcopal Church.. was tJ..t rrCVra finl County. n..leI.. thin I llh I l day. if April .. I'.d..t.'. Wm. '
belonged to the Greek Orthodox store wail found near the railroad A. D. JI.2G. W Perry Wad. llarrall.mnnaiienl I \ l'I j

Chureis:: and when h e diad he wan Highland, April 17.-Mrs. OloetaGribblo about two hundred yeards from the ouiini IOK-rum.ir ATION: N. D 'iliA I NWRlflln'. I N.. II Kelley: manniieni, J. I,. ct"lrni"i! \
the Gray Friars in a Roman left Wcdneaudy for her homein I f Ideal) Notary Publla (' f'ro-by. Colonel Cniab*. I
of
one Went Liberty Ohio after a visit store. Perhaps the thief got scared In (Clrcu Court EhrMh Judicial Circuit, It. N. 10 Vanderhilt m.n......, L. L
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Catholic monastery. and dropped them. None of Mr.Young's tlrailfnrd County. Stale of Florlila In Chan J. C kissers, F M Norman
You admire such earnest seekIng 4 here with her neices, Mrs. II. C. Wim- have been recovered. 51'17. NOTICK' OF t:1: F.CTIO'lTO No; IK llellbron. manawpra,'N. D. :
goods M Ferrla.! ComvlalnantOliweppo I. Parmenter. I). fleddlhNo ,
and Tronder what bony and Miss Ethel Ricks. Walter I
after tnith I ... III Tat I
ItUInu ,
TUB' iwiAiin OF priti.ia IN8TRI1C.'finN manaiien \
this man ., three religions learned I t;. L. Prescott was a business visitor PINE CASTLE I. I'ampo' el .1.1 Defendant OF IIHAnFORI) COUNTY I IWo lal-lop .;1.1.1. Norman

about relit*** when he passed over to Jacksonville Wednesday. I It appearing by nffldavlt tppendcd. lo the. the underalvned. taxpayer of Btnrkafliwelal No I 17 Bi.Hldraln. mana.rr*. <.
17.-Mr. and bill, filed In the ..I nbove-alati. Cause that Olu.u.pl tax school .dlNtrlct heraby petition man. l>. M. Moore, John lreva't.
to the other world. J. L. BriKKS was transacting busi. Pine Castle April .. ,.. Campn, C'armrllna Campn his wife, the your board ... call an election lo anna* east I.. W. KICK
Did he find that only one religion ne-s here'ednesduy.. Mrs. A. O. Hall of Waldo spent the il.fenilanta" herein named are ..rmldanla of half. of ...tI..n eleven iectlon twelve and
recognised above, or Is and Miss week-end hero with his parents Mr. ., II In. StaU ..r .'"rl.I.. and thry are resIdents thirteen and eiwl half uf fourteen. township n II W itIfliNli. I i ioiinly
Ie officially
Mrs. II. C. Wimberly '
doe I of I'Ity of New York. Stale .I New York at 7. South ranuo 'I I mat alno, wmt half of aav> ( HiiiKrlnl.. ,. mlinl., J
cue Utter than the others, or Ethel: l.ivka were visitors to Jacksonville their son A. C. hail 8(1.1" East Zflth street and. are over the see of 1 eln... seven and eight town.hlp 7 Mouth range -
is all depend on how you act toward Wednesday.Mr. Mr. and !Mrs. George Ambrose and twcnty.ofl.. yearn : II I. therefore. orderedHint 22 rest. : IsOTiCK TO 111"'fIUf
.
.
ilefemlantu Im and
the Creator I aald non-renldi raIn' K K. Ferryman
your fellow man und !Mrs. Ralford Starling and Mrs. Ambro-e's mother, !Mrs. Jones, I ,.by required lo airier.n".t ,.. bill of comi.liilnt I>. K Knliihl Healeil l.ldii, .ill be reerlveil by
tt the Universe not being ao much of Waldo. the guests of Mr. and :: ; ,flle.1 In :all came : before Monday, A. F. OrlffU of Bond .1.. ... .f Bradford County .
with her were
i-Urested in what you think about baby spent the week-end I .id.l l bIb day of May. A D IOZB. otharwlaa. I. R KilwardaI at the. office ..f tinMecreUry. of the
Definite answers would be patents !Mr. and !Mrs. John Grime, at Mrs. E. J. Dowling Thursday after. nllegatlona of aald MM will bo taken .. r.. Krownlea Starke Miirlda until 10 00 o'cloak a. .I Illh.
Jlimt I r"n r..d by said defendant. W. R. Iiauaherty' I IU.I and/ at that, lima .. .
interesting. Evergreen.! noon.Mr. It la further. ordered. that this order kepiibl J. M Ales' ... fnr.oNI'.
II. C. Wimberly, Jr., was a visitor and Mrs. E. L. Youngblood and .h.d onca a week for (our eoMwmllvawikit W M. RdwanlaF ': ROAD MACIfINK WITI .
I
of Graham the In the Bradford County" Telegraph a C. Holllnvaworth lOLA flit. TRACTOII
the Maxville Friday.C. son, Lawton were II'rrl. 1,1. ,
President Coolidge Bays to n. wepaper publlnhed In ..1.. County and A. J. Johnson. required t, furnlah .. '
States should help the national :M. Click and J. O. Guess, of guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ I R. A. Nawioma ha machine I,I hlil on the price f. o.

Government to enforce the dry Jacksonville, were visitors here Fri- A. C. Hall Saturday afternoon. "r'ni,, A'"" mh" '"?, w. ALDKRMAM.' John D. C. tlirlow tnntm and Th the Board dal reserves of dellviiry the right la t

law. So they should, out of respect MIBH Lucile Hall was shopping in 1 IPtL) CI.... Circuit. ('..oun.I J. W. Noreen. and all bl.... ,

for Constitution and law. day.N.. M. Joplin and W. M. Porter, of Hampton Friday evening.Mr. H, C. A.Deputy KNIOIH.Clark.K J. C. Mannlnif K 8. '

But while the nee-senary seventy- and !Mrs. G. F. Johns of Wal I.. A. Oasis t I
ratified Jacksonville were transacting business I : M JOHNS flllaa KItE c. A. ruTcii.
five\ per cent of the States here Thursday.Mrs. do were among friends here Friday. Solicitor for Complainant 417HtSlSNOTKE J. M Mitchell Seuretary. _-1.1t4.10 UJVKKFIt

the Constitutional hundred: per Amendment cent violate, J. A. Starling returned Fri- Mr.. W. L. Uugg, of Hampton, and OK" ISTFNTIIXI, toLETTfc.Ha APPLY rue J.. T A. QnlnleyR. GreenA. :' lull I'LIIUCATION: 'f"

it nearly, and one theIr' lories' tympathue with day from a visit with relatives in Raymond Jones and Hubert Krans- I PATENT Floyd. 1. AlOha Green :, In Circuit Court.Eiiitth- -' Judicial Clraalt.

the violators.! Sturke. kills of Portsmouth, Va., were the i llertbjr notice la given thai the undaralgn.I W 'r. W..... B"for County Slats of Florida. In ChanU -

W. B. Boone- of Jacksonville, motored guests! of Mrs. A. C. Hall and family will apply ,.. the Oon-rn'.r of the HlaU of R B. ffiimphrerII. "
H'.rnla, at Tlll-l.n...-... Klorlila. on the IMth n Wiggins. .vld Strong Complainantva.
i : out and spent Sunday here with one day last week. I lay of April A |II l I1M.!' for lettara palantmrorM.ratlng K. W. Hayaf.eo .
Mr. and :Mrs. Walter Payne and the 04....... iMeloplnv Company Merman" eorgia Strong DefendantIt
Ii i __________________________ friends.Mr. under' the" following. propoaed ohartar.I C. A Knight appearing' I by alfidavlt appandail to the
and Mrs. George Lastinger, of :i family IInd :Mm. G. W. Sheffield were *"."," : J. W. Johna bill filed In lha ahnvo-atated I cause. that Georgia
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days Strong, tha defendant then In tamed .lannnmaldant a
her shopping in Gainesville Saturday.The I ARTICLE 1.'rio. W W. HaUrfenMm .
visiting
Da tnna are parents
I
> shall be of the dtate of Florida and tha
PA7O OlNTVE 1 fails I name of tha corporation T J OrlrflnT ;
Druggist.! refund money if PrutruilinilPlica. 1 Mr. und Mrs. R. D. Pre cott.rr. many friend. of Mrs. A. C. Development Company, and Its. principal residence la unknown. and I. over the age of
Blind. Bleedma nr Btarki- J. Griffin
lo cure Itchmil. and learn of her Ill. hualnaaa ahall be at Starke.I twanty .ma ..... It la thi,.refora. ...I..d that t
Instantly relieve Itching: Pllea, you anti Mrs. R. Boggs and Tucker Hall will regret to place nf .0n.jJ N. D Walnwriichlf. said. defendant I Im aol .la hereby
wo. It. bualneaa ahall ha n..n..lo.nt
can get restful sleep alter first applkalloo I Florida and J. Eppananfl.
Bn. us spent Saturday in Jackson- throughout the o appear to 'the hi of ..ump'.lnt.1' .
tho no and at other polnta A. Oanllnar !
ville. ness.Mr.. and Mrs. A. A. Hall, of Hampton foiled 8latea of America aa may .t.. nsl.5 t W. Whit said cause on or icr,,", Monday Li,. 4th

SEABOARD TIME TABLEIn ('. E. Jones of Jacksonville, was spent one day last week with .,..ryThe.r aunv.nl.nt.I ARTIClE. I. A.0 t.W.Peek White t'o'.ril: blr.will IOJ5.be otherwIse taken ..th:: : i

transacting business here Monday. and !Mm.\ A. C. Hall. I general nature of the busIness ahall be II. c:. Kltah It .10 further ..... that this .

( effect November 16, 1924.) Miss Hazel: Crews: returned to her !Misses\ Clemmie and Lucilc Hall hold to buy.use lea.aell..,.mortgage convey. ,..ub-ilivlile encumber. I layout rant own andi J.. II.W kltahn Snellarova, Naiad f once A wk. for eight. eonaecutlva' pub.

home at Callahan Sunday after a visit spent the week-end with Miss Estello I i develop auhxllvlalona at land Into town .1_. M. ThomaaJ .. the Ind..rel In County sail County Telegraph.. a newapaner "'j.t
SouthboundNo. of while there farm. and otherwlae t0.Il, buy, own uaa F. Kl.kIltarJ. Slot. .
here with F. M. Crews and family. Wasden Waldo and --- -- Thla February 2Hth. ISIS.
1 reaches. Starke at 12:16 a. m. attended the at the home of : If. Wllllama O. W. Al.DER\HN.
:Miss :Merhwin McCormick and party To Stop a Cough Quick W. r.. PerkIns (Clerk; Circuit Court.

No. 3, 11:02 a. m. Marion McCormick, of Leesburg, are !Mrs. Charles Triest. I W, II Perkins BT C. A. Kn..h.. 4D"ut
HONEY. .
take HAYES' HEALING a r It Malthaw
No. 21, Cedar Key 5:00: p. m. visiting their aunt. Miss Maggie Mm If W RarltonN. CI.rk ,.
PROTEST :NKItULB: AGAINST I cough! medic-Inn' whli h stops'" the cough! by D''I. KNIGHT ?
No. 7, Limited, 2:16: p. m. Crew for a couple of weeks. C. O. U. SiIIl'MENTTallahasseeGovernor bottling tile lnll.imc'1 and irritated tissue T. N.Htertiber KenIrlskC. 'I. for ComplainantMOTICB a.8.U..11 "

NorthboundNo. Mr. and :Mrs. Owen !Marr and little Martin and A box of fR; JVt.S: VPEN-TRATE: : 8 bowlm TO AND CREDITOK4Crvdltnra

daughter of Mima arrived Saturdayfor i SALVE for Chest C.'ds.' head Colds and toy EdWardS. IJEITOR
2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m. of J. O. llOyd
rommmsinner Agriculture Mayo II
No. 4 4:23 a viiit with his parents :Mr. and I ICn.up M rmloaed with every bottle of A. M. Lwrby and all peraona having? elalmaagalnat
: p. m. Charles Car ham chairman the eatat of Mary ffopklru. late of
telegraphed : HAYES' hEALING: HUNtV. The sslve A. L. AI.....
Marr. 1
J. T.
No. 20 Cedar Key 8SC a. m. Mrs.: II. O Ma.unJ Brail ford County Florida .. will pra-
of the railway committee of the should ba rubimil on the!. chest and threat .
C. Wimberly and :Miss their elalma duly to thetnderiisn.d
:Mr!!. II. W. Kilwariia ont .t.n'I.1
No. 104, Limited 6:17: p. m. southeastern! freight aasocUtlon of of children sufTerinit In',m aCo>d or Croup. If. A. PrneottBlltKItr'8 aaeautor and' wlthtaon

Wannee Branch- Winifred Wimberly were shopping Atlanta vigorously protesting The healing effect of Have. healing 'Honey In- 4-lo-IW.I year, or they will IM forever barred
: :,, : And all .. Indeted to saId Estate see
Tuesday.A .
in Ja. ks'jnville. elie. the throat inblrid .iti, the healing rt! of .
No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m. against proposals of the carriers to (.t'/veeO-ren-Train olvlliruuth the _.. of VALBMotlaa .ul'.1 to pay their eald. dehta. a u eaeao- .

No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15: ra. small. amount of lemon juice ad- discontinue permmnion allowing C. O. he thin eurm OI.. .* SI uniahI ... fonhwlh I .
p. I Rolhrmnedleaare i..... .1 I In one carton an.I thentri This Zflth .. F.. A. l 1. 153$. \
(Dally except Sunday) ded to thi. water in which potatoesare fl.) Hhipmcnu nt perishable fro'ght in "r the cornblrt. trrjitrn'i.t. I"J50 virtue of .la Ih'.hereby* two vivvn.,.ri.in that Writs under'of and fc.ecutlore by. 11(11.0W.flvecutor.

T. J. GRIFFIN, Piled. ,:11';! ki.ep them from turn- h" .outhea-t I Just s.k yiur druKMi't! for IIA vts'HfAU..G : iMiilnir. out nf and undrr the fleal of lb.tireot IV/NCSTON .I !

The c' irmtt..,. has a scheduled : HO.NrV; Court; of Urailf',fl < "*"jnty rIurda.. { on 2/-IH-4-2I K\T
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 17, 1925.:
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Bradford County Telegraph fining itself to cotton which may be -- -

greatly damaged by boll weevil equally -
-- -- --- --' -- satisfactory returns be had
may
I I

"'u lIl1hf'd w-rl Iv and entered av from raising tobacco vegetables, VvTck1 COMING I TO STARKEOne
li'uies, tows and chickens. This diversification pth;
*cvnd; I-I.I.SB lowlier, at HUt post together with a greatly La, ; : :


.-..office--.- at Starke. Florida.-. I banks improved should condition result among in favorable southern /:' I Week Only, Beginning
year
.. 8. MATTI1KWS.____.____..._____Own.... for the Mouth even with an ordinarily

J. C. ROBINSON___.._____i nc Editor. adequate lugcrop:: ; Mr. Jenks be-



PUBLISHED.-- .EVERY.-- FRID.Y-. I lieves.schooner Tampa und- An 14 aliens alleged have smuggling been cap jkq,4,1(:$! MONDAY APRIL 20


tured at Sanibel 11'J '!
St'TSSCKIPTIOM! RATE I island Lee county _

according to telegrams received by \,,, r, .Sa. !' ..
per Ynr _u___. $1.60 j, federal offi"crll hero from Sheriff -.-.. -- -----v The Ona Williams Comedy Co.

Six Mom, '* uH 75c Frank D. Tipping of Lee county. Thevellsel'lI r.co: ;, %it ,: (,tl
name is given as the Twentieth
I of !May, and is said to be a Cu- AIR !fo. f M) 'tv''' PFR MILE. 25 PEOPLEFEATURING .-25 PEOPLE.

ban schooner.fishing Coast smack guard or a patrol Key number West SEC'Y W'U;! A' a "t.'IiIT, REPORT.::: ROBERT F. DEMOREST. JR., The South's Youngest Leading Man

217 left here THE I lA.f . tUL
to tow the schooner to
...... .
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Ti.mpa. -- --- In their 1\hrnrnth: $10,033.09 Tent TusUre, at the lot ext to Newipipsr= ; Office

.- -- --- Hpr.I" ,! r ?'tn"niy, 1\1 r. I' r i- The show event of the the tent show of its kind that has
r e a a a dent, .' a Ip' 1'tu"I' by"" year. Positively greatest ever

FLOKIliA WEEKLY IN- 'ho ", t. ,r.,,): i,..Io ":l." played ;in Starke.
a to 1... t. 'i'i: (,u..l, lair. ,, ..

DUSTKIAL. a REVIEW. e a'.r.' ... ; I. .... I ; ,' ."",, I HEAR HEARThe :
A :'I" r' I' 1 : -
Port St. Joe-Work started on flue p '. :. I I ""I'I" n I'n.. .
ISO.' 4954 Line highway between this city .1 I QU..,,,,! A:I "": ,. .u.. ,. Famous Williams Feature 8-piece Orchestra. Music of the peppy kind. ,

liner .t, .i. .... '. ( '..
I (Meiuoarship in National Highway ri-anklm county-line.- i A'- -' ir1 A/'r< in .r I I Six big nights. One wonderful week of amusement. Each night a different play, and

Association/ ) I I 'rostproof-Speclal election im- /Her-! 'I': ) i .ii!i-t t to "i,., Mat five; big Keith Vaudeville;I acts. Two shows in one for one admission.; ;
!pip-, r' .. \at.t, f. r KCI.I.LIII..n,
q provement bonds validated Will provide -
plnsiii; p..I..7
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J-'LAM.IM; '1 UK: '1I(i\1NS for "white way" city pork, sewer fe.{: .' '. ,.lir. the nrny mnrc ftflci I

system, street paving and city ni! I I" Our Opening Night
:Since thc plating of watchmen at "tit. r-i- n i\y|; : tin' sid'
hull. Eleven miles paving now under flying" ",H..;> !I. ".. II n I In<> (I" -titKnocking
the Call street crossing to avoid thu 'lie''. ... > .1.! I
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construction. Lake Shore boulevardswill 'a. "I. "
stopping of truinH while the flagman add greatly to attractiveness of the !Ie,.*.. I 'JOHNNY ON THE SPOT," a comedy-drama in four act*. A story of tears and

went ahead to (Hug, both freight and city. I Ii laughter. And Five Big Vaudeville Acts.

passenger trains situ running at an i Who authorizes the exr..' ":Con: ?

excessive rate of speed through the Ho*. do u oa, tl-.mk, it will .: '.'!.o I LADIES FREE MONDAY NIGHT. One lady admitted free when accompanied by
town. This increased speed on the Kissimmee-Ten-acre tract within farmer: ? Tlilrteii, ";*
city limits to be developed for subdivision avcraga : one paid adult ticket. Ladies, don't miss this opportnnity. Show starts 8:15
has mudu will -
part of trains mutters lIar i twenty-five; pnnlo.i > mo

r worse thin when they were required purposes. goo to stop at the Call street crossing. To hired man take care or Icn h"i" 'U
r |I Tampa-Contract awarded for construction and beniitos "hg! T.
pti
cow :? ,
make forced '
this to
stop they were --- -
of I'latt and Cass street don'm..nJcu rfl their\ h )rM < -

r run at a low speed, und this made bridges. I ----- .- -- .--- .--- ------_ ____ ______ __ ___ __u_ __
railroad crossings both sides of Call
street safer. Today ut the speed | Safety Harbor-Large- clay deposit A lady of fpokane d 1


) trains are allowed to run, not an engineer -( discovered in Dellwood district. because her l hu-bnn', at parents. Wynn and Mrs. If. B. Ker c. C'I I I meeting. Quite a number attended.
I breakfast milked a gnat directly Addle Raulerson enter- The of the oaks The
could bring his train to an emergency Into his of coffee. He kr>ofj Miss May I trimming on meeting was in charge of Mr. \
stop without overrunning a St. Petersburg $2,414,000 bond the gnat cup in the houM.. The lady tained her Sunday school class of the main street of the city has improvedit Leaman O. Rivers.

crossing: should a vehicle come on to issue to be voted for civic improve-
the tracks from behind the buildings meita. I "" could' not be endured\ by any Sunday afternoon. Fifteen boys and I W. A. Dekle superintendent of Townsend will be glad to know that

lining the railroad at nearly every person of Tenement.!\ girls attended and sixty eggs were I the municipal light plant assisted by she! is improving rapidly. She is ableto
crossing. Sebring Highlands-Glades Development "Otror tiM: other mannrm." hidden. They reported a nice time. I J. D. Billing J. W. Itrannen and walk around l the house now.

Apparently to remedy this condition Company organized to Eve s uH li&vo thought it very Misses Margaret Townscnd and ], Jack Murphy. The many friends of Hon. John
drill three test oil wells. in southern II clever bad Adam done exactly tits The Motor of Mel-
the town council has instructedits Williemae Johnson of Ocala spent | Alderman Co., Croft the oldest citizen of Lake Butler -

attorney to draft an owlimmc-e/ requiring part of county.TampaMallory. I| same thl.t.r the week-end in Lake Butler with rose who recently bought out the will regret to hear that at this
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the Seaboard railwuy to their parents.Mr. Rivers Motor Co., have already sold I writing he is critically ill at his home
flag each and railway crossing docks to be improved r ('w; \ Joe Hnyner of the University ( about 20 cars. The change has been here. lIe had a stroke of paralysis a
every und enlarged at cost of $1I Q.- ,| al9uly I O'lO UM 11.10:1'1: 01 elgr.'tc!
of Florida spent Sunday in Lake But- made only about three weeks few weeks ago.
within the ( ,
town hunts nine In number 000. I e.taM' ) '}.*j<4B) 5JBJ3JIO; tin Veui > ;!I'ital. I'
on the main line with an extra ______ I o) AHMII: >
two thrown in for I'eggy'a benefit on Bradcnton Peninsula Telephone !| -JJH-J-JUl! \ JTUU/l/ tH| M1fl 'sdlqS.l1lM. I Mr. Hal Alamos) of the University 'I Atlantic Coast Line paint gang visiting his grandfather Mr. J. R.
the Wannee branch. Company appropriates $300,000 for iiaABJa 111'1 IW0))9a1: 'peujOM tj! I I of Florida spent the week-end herewith spent Sunday in Lake Butler visiting I i Terrell.

The town's governing body in hav- j extension of local system. I Ii gauijj '\lOA, MaN' em 01 qojBdsjp; parents and friends. I'I relatives I Mayor C. F. Rivers spent Tuesdayin
I
ing this ordinance drafted was actuated I! I v 0} ift/ipjojoo 'JnqijM.JBj a5.e0wegoe I Mrs. Thomas has been spending a i Last Sunday the members of the'' Gainesville on business. ;-',
i American Power & Light Company j ,
by the highest motive--that of
|: and Florida Light & Power Company : '1-
preserving human life and property
considering plans for ( improvement .10 : 'na1l.l II
U,000,000 ''pmb1jtjJ 8".1'8
but
why compel thu railrou'd to take

all the precautions and allow the I utility plants and development in vicinity programfor of \ esuoq'\ 'BuJnpo..ld 1oos: 1uJ1lJ'la Llnnsn< (\ 8upgwa5lVito JluIW1Ih8'.L \
automobile drivers unchecked Bradford
to go ? ami and other sections of Florida.1\U-1 : 1lnnpUr: f f pull 1t1f1 S,11111.L .T\ High
Hallway liiiniM have both a destination -- "Ill" H IIsol pun oS 01) SUM Isinronl

and schedule. Ninety-nine au-I i Fort Pierce-Fort Pierce farms 11 1'BlM :nq :iuu< Binoads: ul|

tomobillxlH driving the streets drainage district awards contract for !i 11 aPUW( J,, '1"'>><>.\\ PI*" ..'aA.i. I

nowhere to iro und all day to get extension of system. ( uopuonb 1f-1., ;nouj4 o I
M '' 1 there where one probably has Homo | 01 XtS3J[ uj '.Ojuroj, sill otun) School Journal
-aj s.poo.JJuno.,< |* ewes; H
particular place to go and must get Inverness $250,000;; hotel being!:; tp
a there as speedily( as' possible constructed at Luke Tsala Apopka. Xjota ein jo JaASga I
J9O| 9tj BSipu )OU p nags| 'arlo.ln;{ I
For the sake of those FR\NK CARPENTEREditor RUSSELL SCOTTSport
ninety-nine Port St. Joe-Large amount of uJ| stuojd\ fiujiqiuua\ !nopuauaaataq
,( drivers, a heavy freight carrying I being : noq. ten\ )jnnansn eq} p1Id.l Lay} EditorALBERT
spent improving bay
money
Florida's, I MIZELLE EUGENE MATTHEWS /
I perishables, and with a ojoui paaapuoM. pun palms pun
schedule that allows of no delay front property within city limits. ')auld ,,18AUJ I BtipnriM. pinBUM eufqruin \ ... AMaUnt Ediotr Jok. Editor .

t must cret'p for over u mile while the Hollywood-Preliminary work eu U3UM 'DOOM, ".Iaueo I -
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flagman goes ahead to shoo wander- way for construction of $10,000-j under ( \ jo 1109 'pOOM SunoX pajfiupa puv THIS VALUE OF A SCHOOL PAPER losopher says that it sure is strange took the assignment us chief thrower.

ing Lizzies from the crossings, and !. 000 harbor at Luke Marble; 100 meal( I VCLAUa! sdeq.ed< ;*u, uaw BunoA fad. I IThe the way the boys like to wear their lie was not any better than his pre-
is not
the crack limited trains must put a ': clearing sito. I vihool paper a clothes: floppy and close to the ground decessor and was touched for a num-
( pilot out ahead to steer the train inI' 'ewn Bufll1l1U' sLsp Many of the high schools, the higher 'i while the girls-1 ber of hits. besides a volley of free
= ; i ial'roas -01 pgQivuo vI &.nJ tuMexdoy institutions and some grade schools
1 Fort Pierce j '
safety over the nine crossings. Causeway bridge joo passes he issued. The game was not
Indian } JelzVnbauo .lO} bPPOLIJo of the country have papers und find ,, Teacher: (Just coming into class)
I' If the safety of the automobiles : river completed and 'wW, nre.; .> oj HG.llaa! moll them of value to the .students the patrons Order please!Ii close at any time.. Alvarez Thomas

requires, a flagman to go head of the { opened to traffic. s..t..1fu"Q".d ue; AJJna; mAL .l ay; rut and public at large. I II | Gerald: (Sleepily) Ice cream soda and Scott showed up well at bat for

.. train and Half, each crossing, then |: Haines City-Half million dollar -rtlnq eU1lIWrw( IloJlJ: ImM glno.faA I and make it snappy. Starke. Thomas, as usual caught a
the
treat both trains und. autos alike by'' 1i 1(pto"{ 1I1f1 8..10JiJJ '3Ol..IUJ! I, The school paper is of value to good game. This makes three straight

requiring each auto driver to Bend public improvement program to be I -oj|| 500 XuiJttaM) '3uiduinq! jo uop I Il.IJ students 04 it gives them a common games for !Starke'; over Lawtey. Law-

out a runner to see if the truck i U launched this year. -: ) ou 'dn }da'l( aq oj ells| jo: spaq object: of interest. It develops a sense Well, seniors. Just one more week tey going down in defeat the other
:
,I i -pUO.l ou 348 aaotn apj e<{) uj, lour. Doth have u lawful right to ,, Luke Worth-Florida fast Coast !| by the scores of 4 to 0 and 11
small high school, and creates a'!' ,
use the crossing, and one should not railroad negotiating for right-of-ways] The senior motto is, "Finished, to D respectively. Lawtey is comingover
wholesome school spirit. If the I I
lie required to exercise all thy through entire! length of city. ty of two. paper Friday for what? their
) Ire-I' | is properly managed each student is'' Yet Beginning. Yes we are about fourth posting of
i cautions. |I --- I course.
finished but it doesn't look like it
Starke-Operation of local cannery Cleanvater-Local men got behind interested in its success and feels:
,
j )If the council has, the power to enact throughout year practically assured.' campaign to build 300( new homes that he matt contribute in some way '1 ever will begin. They were swapping wise cracks-

and enforce the traffic regulation this summer. in order that it may be a success. i i Editor's note: \Ve write them but Water has killed more people than

} ordinance, they have the power toe ,. Ludiwici-Long county sweet potato The paper is of further help to the'students 'i we don't explain them. i.i liquor has announced Wart Scott.You're .

$ enact! and enforce an ordinance requir crop: rapidly becoming important Winter Garden }'our. tory. fireproof us it gives them an opportunity -'I i I Ii crazy came vehemently

motorI (I industry. hotel being constructed at cost for practical work in composltion. ]i Some people borrow fountain pens from the minister's son.
I of $ OOOOO. 1 so much that it is all they can da to j! All
Jacksonville Large radio broad1 There is no greater incentive to i right I'll show you said Wart,
stop at every railway crossing within I tho writer than to feel that borrow paper to write on. || to begin with there was the flood
oj casting station to be installed in young -
city
tho limits of the town where thereis Tampa-Twelve-story Tampa Trib-
the result of his effort and
own '
hall building. I When vacation time draws
no watchman stationed.! It is a for near,
une building to be ready occupancy
thought is to appear in print. He notice difference "Five more days and I'll be free .
you can always a
Safety that will cut down I I
measure
t I Fort I.aullerdale-$2O.OOO;; tore April. realizes that he must think something : From this school of miserc-eI .
'I' in the school children. They become
I Accidents at railway crossing quicker
interests
Fort Pierce Milwaukee
building to be than any other and is a precaution acquire entire holdings of East Coast : tempered. j j
avenue. that will interest No "
t in a way more throwing dirty chalk
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This last illustrated last
that will likely bo woven into n state Development Company with plans for was Monday i
I i others. I II II 1
1 law at this session of the legislature. Lake Wales-Plans under way for one of the largest development pro- I I 'I 1 he general management of thepaper by six fights. | -Selected.

There m no need of other ordinances construction of new road to Kissimmeo grants ever launched in state. 'I regt"to;: .
the business of Ye editor that there
( develops sense say I Joseph Malpas is the Championeater
1 to compel the railroad to at river. I
run
,1 a Plant City-Stberry 1 the student" Soliciting advertis lent will be only one more issue of the of Starke. While
_. : lower speed. There is in effect in I shipments : on a campingtrip
i i I Starke today an ordinance passed' Haines City Two-story arcade for present year prior to March 17I t and subscriptions and getting the paper school paper until next year. We I last Saturday he ate:
I t ut on time promote in a practical hope that the next seniors will Two
carryon of
: years ago requiring all trains to runt building containing 12 stores to be totaled 3,000,000 quarts. : cans pineapples.Two .
\ i wn>' the qualities needed for suci :- the good work. Reasons for this
: a low speed through the town and erected here. Tampa-Bond issue of $1,000,000 I I cans of peaches.
we have officers who huve sworn to ,i I ___ voted for erection of new hospital. i ,''< in life. can be found elsewhere on the sheet. One box of marshmallows.One .
Clearwaler-Keystone Manor sub The school paper is a means of informing -
I jar of pickles.
enforce the laws. If these officers will
I division to be placed on market. St. Petersburg M. C. A. site- the community of what the The Reason I Two cans of potted ham.
do their and the council
I duty place I The don't hear
reason people
some
closes school doing. It is of
cess fully $550,000 building is a means keep- One loaf of bread.
Borne restrictions on the motorists St. Augustine-Ilond issue of $1- opportunity knocking: is, that theyare
fund drive. ing the school and the people Inter- Even then he .
t. It will not be all said he wai still!
necessary to flag 071,000 voted for bridge constructionand at it themselves
ested in each other. This is one of the hungry and hoped
they would have a
crossings
waterworks system. Lake Butler-Construction of Lake most important functions of the good
Some say that the human eye is a supper.
Butler to start at once. school In these the
Dade pier paper. days peo-
))JnSIJ.'IEUIOIISG: City-Six hundred-acre tract radio receiving set. But some girls
1'CU TON GKOWF.KS near King Lake to be thoroughly l.AhK: III'ILK.IJ: ple need vastly more knowledge than I manage to do a good bit Of broad- I Freshman idle.
have of the of the Sophmore
developed and new town of "Birming- they real work | casting also. Ijyl.
New York April 8.-The moderately ham" established. Lake Butler April 17.-Mr. John school and anything that will help Junior Idol.
;j'I, successful southern cotton grower Hitch Townsend of Jacksonville them to gain this knowledge is of un- We are all glad to learn that our Senior ideal.

s of other days has become a prosper- Bowling Green-Cucumbers, beans spent Sunday here with parents and I questioned worth. school has been raised from the Inebriate
ous farmer in a variety of lines M. and squash being shipped to northern friends. And, finally the school paper is a class: of senlor-B to senior-A whichis tree three(After bumping into
markets in carload lots. I means of communication between the highest honor it receive. same times.) I'm losth in
L Jenks vice president of the American The ladles of the Christian church can thish impentrable
Surety Company finds from a St. met Friday April 10, with Rev.V.. schools. A school must have Infor- forestsh.
4 Petersburg-Large STARKE
BEATS
community LAWTEY
he has made in T. McGuire. Devotional service mation about the activities and workof Joseph (After
survey Georgia, was : surrendering his
apartment building to be erected
'j Louisiana. Texas Oklahoma and the Locust street and Twelfth at I led! by Mrs. J. E. Harper Among the other schools if it is to be progressive Last week the B. II. S. baseball seat.) I beg pardon?

Mississippi valley. avenue. I subjects discussed was a ten-day and the school paper must ,", nine went over to Lawtey and defeated Virginia: I didn't speak.

Southern farming; has come to Tarpon Springs-Vote for extension .personal evangel drill to be held this be, to a considerable degree the <' the home team in a slugging Joseph: Sorry. I thought I heard

realize he says that instead' of con of city limits carried by majori- summer, and! the sending away of I I source of this information. By II. A. bee to the tune of 16 to 5."Bean" you say thank you.

Jt.i Willie Minshew the first of May to ELLIS, County Superintendent of Alvarez the pitching man

Bible college to become a minister. I of Schools.-Exchan I of the B. II. S. bunch was in excellent Hazel: Some one Just told me I

Then a very interesting and instruc- Joe: One, what is something that' form. He had the Lawtey boys at his looked like you.
: tive lecture was given by Rev. McGuire all Mary: Did you make your best
Chamber Commerce sit mercy during the contest. The
of Meeting you on, sleep on and clean your bow?
After the lecture refreshments teeth with? And it isn't a fork. score would have been larger had not

4 of strawberries and cake were served.! One: I ain't know. the Starke boys eased up a bit toward Some girls will and some girls wont
;
,! Starke Tonight Friday 8:00 :Misses Omie Scarborough of theWoman's Joe: (As he started for the door) the last. Some girls do and some girls don't;

College at Tallahassee and Its a chair a bed and a toothbrush. GrifBs started hurling. for Lawtey, Other might and possibly would;
Estelle Parker who .is attending but was knocked out of the box in the Several may and no doubt Ibould-

high school in Tallahassee, spent the Joe SUtrunk the high school phi- fourth Inning. "Fatty" Bryan then' Wear longer dresses.'r .




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