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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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i I COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 1 Union County BRADFORD COUNTY TO HAVE Want Fund to



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The commencement (exercises of MEMORIAL 11.\" PROGRAM(;! i t Of Commerce Tallahassee, April -Population; <;KVMM; : > I'EI'll.IL It1)RS1,1)11SI'RINCIlilttii0\
the Bradford County High School I I Iigul'e" of \li'-.t.:':! uponhiih itiipportionmcnt ( ) : ; : 'linn'I Fungus ;t
Judge .t. \ Long tit IVlner 1 Address .
will begin Sunday i\cmng, April JO, in the legislating probably
and continue through Fuesduy eve- At Court (House OHicc-rs Are Elected at Luke liutler. will be Imsiil, were" compiled toda> The/ follow ing11111111'.1 nunlieen hair

sing, April 28. The clathi i- ear b> the :State' ( census bu 1'1'''II, 'they', I diuun I fiom .the li-l\lof>l i ," i -\ti" ien I I'rlluha..ee, \1'111 I 111 Iu I : ('u\ the
I will probably be the large-it ever Under the auspices of the W, T. Lake Hutler, April 15,.-The organization disclose that, under provision* of Unconstitutional voters tif Bradford. I'mint! \ |I"< lie I "IIwl"'I"'I(". are going I in In',, investiijitcd Y
I graduated from this school.( Weeks Chapter, U. L). C., memorial of the Union County I amendment adoptedlast and personally appear" before: thi.hnlK'e I &: That is they arc i-"ii: : to. boiiivestikiiled (

\,I The commencement sermon will be day will be observed in Starke by u Chamber of Commerce was completed Nocmhei, that Hillsborough! of the Circuit ( oiitt in and for, &: if the Iegl-I.Itule pusses

preached by I Ke\ C. .... Sturnes, pastor beautiful program at the court house here yesterday when the members Uuvul, Lode. folk and 1'inellas' counties Bradford county, Honda' at the I Stiuitur" I II. M.: Knight's bill, No 1 1U, ,

of the Methodist church, Thu musicis square The speaker of the day, JudgeA. from all\ parts of the county met and eachill get three! represent- t'nuit" House m Starke, Monday the I Hut this. j is not to lie a li. .-uli I investigiition ,

to be under the direction of Mrs V. Long, of Palatka, needs no introduction i elected officers. lives in the \lower house ,Ilh .daj' of May A. D. lU3"i:! ,., at the hour 1t"'auKtho! tlratvlu\ ,'s

A. E. Wall and i is! to be furnished, bya to the people of Bradford Special interest Is being manifested -I Counties that will tet two representatives of ten o'clock A. M., of sisal clay, to are in need of. help, according, to :Mi

choir composed of numbers! of nil county as he was raised in Sturke throughout the county in steps each, thu 18 next mo-t serve as Grand; and 1 Petit Jurors for Knight and sonii'thinr must he done,,

,: churches. and practiced law here for a number looking to advertising this section in populous, it ,is indicated b)' today's" the county of Bradford at the Spring to conliiil', and to prevent', disi ase,

Monday evening the high school that of years he is before going: and to Palatka forceful; '! u more definite way than has ever figures will be: Escambia Volusia, Term, A. D. 1S 25/ of Circuit Court: with uliuh they ore nll'lutid\ and

play under the direction of Miss an well eloquent known : been attempted before. The activities Orange, I'ulin Beach, Aluchuu, Jackson Alderman T. J,; Bln"lworthVal"" which are milking Heriotis mioads on

i Alice Tharin will be given. The title the speaker is throughout of this new organization are expected :Marion :Manatee, Gadsden, Leon : r'n; Lewis, R P.j: McNeil, James; them.

i of the play is, "And Home Came The state.chapter historian Mrs. J. :M. to bring into the county additional Lake, Putnam Suwunnee, St. Johns, ..rohns.t.! .; Marr\ J, I I.; Morgan, The' plants arc said to be victims of ;,'

Ted". The pupils are practicing dili- Alvarez has the, capital and industry duringthe :Madison, Columbia, Santa Rosa and ( frank; Holiaiinan J. I II.; DyulV.. U.; fungus enemies, and. here must liedeveloped -
arranged following
gently to make it a suc'ess.The i present year. Seminole. lh! 'own, II. I It; Shrive John; Griflis, \ more perfect method toward '

graduating exercises will be program Call to: order Mrs. J. M Brownlee I The president of the chamber of All other counties will get one Joe; Norman, J. W.; llornxby, James; tiff their attacks. '

' held Tuesday evening. The commencement president. commerce ill Jesse Johnson of Lake representative each. Those counties folson, G. II.i Corpening, J. E ; loner: Tho bill seeks appropriation, to '

address will be given by Invocation Rev. L. W. Klckliter.I Butler GeorgeV., Coffin of Johns- that will gum by the reapportionment W. J.; Neul, P. II.; Prescott, Lewis bo administered by the plant board, t "''I
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Dr. II. O. Enwall, professor of phi- Quartette-"The Beautiful Isle of town has been employed as secretary. are indicated to be: Palm Dead ; C.; Braniien, J, J. "'.; Powell, John of $30,000( to fight the diseases. !, ,

losophy, University of Florida Dr. Somewhere," Messrs. John Powell All of the directors are well known :Manatee, one; Seminole, one; Pinel-I I II ; Bryan, A. J.; Cooper, L. Gracie; --- .
Enwall, while he hasn't been in the progressive men of the county. las, two; Dude two, and Hillsborough :Shriver, J. L.; Hosier, Berry K.j: Car-
CllMKER COMMERCE) ) TO
L. G. Powell, S. E. I Ritch and A. E.
state long, has gained for himself a ...------ -.. and Duval one each. I I II ter, Marion D.j; Green, I 11. J. 0.;
splendid reputation as a speaker ,Wall Memorial, Sr. 1ress-Hon. I II BUYS 8-rOOr( CUADKK; I I Bradford, Hamilton, Jefferson and Griffin, W. 1); Prevail J. C; May, II\MH'ET; : MEMBERS: :
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All exercises will be free except the I AND TRACTOR Nassau, now having two each, probably -I II. I D.; Newsom, Puny I ; \Aleliao, Hurley
exercises Monday night. On that Long. will lose one each. M.j, Turner, W. IJohns; 1'. M.; At the regular weekly !session1of
made Quartette-"Tenting on the Old l I I districts I, Uuhmc (5. "'. Kite the chamber of commerce held in
1 date a small charge will be to Camp Ground." Right-of.wny Practically Cleared For I Rearrangement of senatorial ; Lester. I
I meet expenses. The public is cordially to provide for six more as required I Slurki- last Friday night it was vot-
I Roll! Call of Confederate Soldiers Road Leading to Hampton. OVA hold the meetings the IIrst and l
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invited to attend all\ exercises. t>.\' the amendment will require COMKIH: Il..1
l' buried in Crosby cemetery. some time, and probably will ('0.) l HIU l \\ 1110;; ; UCOWIM third Friday, nights of each month

TO FENCE CKOSUY CEMETERYPlans ) Tribute of I'10wers-The Childrenof At the meeting of the county not be worked out until all popula- instead of weekly. For the*! first meeting j. '

I the Confederacy. board of bond trustees Wednesday tion figures\ have been (compiled it The Onn Williams! Comedy Company In May which will come on Friday ,
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are under way to fence Crosby A lIel1lorVeteran John Croft- the trustees purchased a McCormick- is, snid playing this week under can- Slay 1st I, a committee: composed) d 1

1 cemetery, lay off driveways and Mrs.! L. G. Powell. I(I IJecring tractor, the largest type ,-.-.- \ii4" on the lot adjoining the Telegraph of Munnts: J. \\ Andrews, Jr., E. W. 4
Quartette,-"God, bel'Ith You I office, him been driiumg large audi- lla\ca., and N, Sternlierg:, was appointed -
made by that and one 8-foot
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"the of
othcrwibe city ", I
improve Till We Meet Again, -Messrs. Pow- Hard Surfaced from all section, of I make for r r'rhe
c-mes the to plans banquet.
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county n
j dead." Nature has done much for thecemetery ell, Powell Ritch Wall. i grading: machine, to bu used in maintenance I II W
and and] thehave an esc optionally' iiu-inbciMhip lommittouH aro '
I work on the graded 1 loads of I strung
location and strangers who I I
I : I', Benediction-Key. C. F. Starncs. ]I the county, us well as constructing lull during( the remainder of the week. (!, urged: to make u thorough" canvass
visit there exclaim over the bcnuty
! Taps-Bugler, Cu. G., 124th infan- short stretches of new road where Roads Proposed Thursday night they presented for new members, and In wei-un, tho t1'
, of the situation, but fencing and cutting I
try. I '
' needt d. "The Balloon Girl, u clean, well dues from im" mbi-i, now enrolled The
I. away underbrush needed and unnecessary The! daughters: of the Confederacy, A demonstration was held at Law- For (pn'''ented tomedy. Friday niulH, they I tolinnittt-i- the next met-tltlg Will, !t''
tiers is greatly i I extend an invitation to the people of I I i Clay County out for their feature have jilt.' e.tiog :,
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i The local U. D. C. chapter, with tey Tuesday of two types of tractors, a very program prepared ,.
Staike and surrounding towns to Holt caterpillar and I McCurmickDeering. \ oky ," one of the best plays. of]:j and a full attendant' is urged
the of the of the --
cooperation owners
I I and those come out Sunday afternoon, April This demonstration resulted lull Being Drawn.. 'In Provide Klei" tinentire. exceptionally' strong bill - ,
! new part of the wish cemetery substantial the 20th( ut three o'clock, court house In the trustees accepting the !Mc- :, tion lor Uondll'Jt'--\\ onnecl fur the week Saturday night they I Iill I JOHN CROFT, 1

who own lots, to put u square, and join In doing honor to the Coinmk-IJc-ei-ing as the most suitable \\ ilh NniKslej.) II i iI \\ dose their engiiKi'inent herewith FItLY( snrtLKit! OP
fence around the entire cemetery
\ soldiers of the Southland. | __ "
type for the work to be done. I "An Old Sweetheart, of Mine. LAKE: BIn LEU, DEAD I
.The committee from the U. D. C.
i I After the program the cemetery I The engineer reported the comple- I I I'lioflicial reports have r"IIIhed: i The tompuny also presents. .some
who will look after this matter is a"I '
I follows Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. the veterans sleeping at Crosby tion, within a few days, of the right- Stnrke of Clay county's intention to high: class specialties, consisting of Gainesville, April\ 17.-John Croft ,
I : will be decorated with wreaths, of-way for the road leading to Hampton -' bond for u sufficient sum of money to singing, dancing and talking betweenacts died at his home in Luke Butler
L. A. Davis Mrs. W. L. Wall, Miss
Amelia Kay, and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. flags and flowers _. _. from the Brooker road near L. A. I' build a system of hard surfaced : and these! alone arc well worth Thursday, evening! at !\I l o't lock, according -
1 -- roads through the to connect the price of admission to word reaching hero late lust
If you wish to subscribe to this object -) BRADFORD! I REPRESENTATIVESAT Wynn's farm. Messrs. Adams & San- county I II
with other roads. One night. Mr. Croft, grandfather! of Officer -
Vcrs are the contractors for this road. improved > oft)II
, go to D. C. Jones' store and give CRAM; ) LODGE I IN: ('0111'JlIjm: E'S (oL'itr
these roads, will from Green Cove j Shelton Hall of the city police
name and amount to II. The graded roads. of the county yet I : run
your Snyder. The names and amounts 111.1 At the annual meeting of the Grand I unfinished are nearing completion, Springs to Kingsley lake and on to |I County Judge' Gardiner cannot com force here, was H,"> years old. Death

?I tributed to this fund will be Lodge of Florida, F. & A. M., in the crews being employed in finishing I| the county line three emiles east of I plain of being/ over-worked these resulted' from an illness extendingover


I |pd from time to time in the Tote- Jacksonville during this week, the I on practically all of them. Starke, where Bradford county will warm days, the only case! coming up the past\ ten days f
i graph. I following Masonic order of the coun- build the connecting link between the before him during the punt. 15 days Mr. Croft was one of the earliest

I ty were represented: KIDS OPENED; MAY 12TII FOIL county line and state road thirteen i being that of aR: linger, charged settlers in the vicinity of Luke Butler -

BUYS CRESCENT: CITYTELEI'HONE I I Bradford Lodge, No. 35, Starke, E. :1LLE-IIIGIILANU:< STRETCHThe It is understood that there is a with operating u motor vehicle without ; a native of Georgia who moved
I W. Hayes.i strong sentiment among theproper- license The defendant entered a into the then Bradford county where
PLANT; ,i I Lawtey Lodge, No. 189 of Clay county for bonding ,. with the
Lawtey state road department is ad- ty owners : plea of guilty, and after fining him h" settled He- served nobly
y j I I W. C. Wooten. vertising for bids for hardsurfucing and building improved roads> and $1 and costs, the judge returned to Army of the Confederacy during tho I'
II. A. Bishop, owner of the telephone ,, Hampton Lodge, No 129, Hampton, the uncompleted stretch of highway also that the interests! who have hiM strenuous task of keeping a rob war between the slates. He was ono a

I exchanges in Starke and Wal- H. B. Wiggins between Highland and Manville, the bought up the large tracts of land in pipe burning.CIRCCIrl'Uult'F. of Htnunrhi-st citizens of the sec

do, has purchased the exchange In Tine Hill Lodge, No. 0, Brooker, Le- bids to be opened on May 12th. This western Clay county are behind the tion, and was n .devout member of tho
Crescent City, one of the hustling/ Land Brown. movement i' < ME1i'I'S! i: :MAY i Baptist church.Mr. .
work is listed under project 007-11,

towns make considerable of Putnam county. He plans and to THE Slli.\\\! liitU! ; >' MOVEMENTPrices ; Road No. 13, Clay county from Bradford D.tllY HERD GIVEN; I The spring/ term of circuit court Croft JH survived by an only

improvements county Imp. to Maxville, approximately OFFICIAL (O. K. fur I Eighth Judicial, Circuit, will con daughter, Mrs E. II. Hall, of [.ake.
additions his latest Mr.
to purchase. !
for berries dropped considerably | 6,68!! miles in length. The advertisement v'nill! Starke Monday, the 4th day I Butler and several grandchildren

I, Bishop states that Cresent City has during the past week, ranging I calls for the construction D. C, Gillis, state veterinarian, was ">>" !Slimy, Judge A. V. Long, of Pulutkd. i among them Shelton Hall, of this
a wonderful future, as it is developing from $3.75: to $1.5 I :! per crate at of an 8-inch Florida lime rock in Starke last week and inspected( the presiding Very few cases of impiTtunce city. who leaves this morning for the

fast, even before the state highway the platform. Although the quantity base. "jfi head of dairy cows belonging to L. are scheduled, to mine up at old home lit lake. Butler Funeralservices

is completed through the town. of berries is small for this time of the --. f>. Preen' the dairyman. His report this session and it m. likely to be a in charge of thu Baptist

51.\\\'ILLE IW.Mr- season, the quality remains good. STAKKB dKOWEItS; : TO! :MEET has been received by Mr. Green and 1 short oneTllltKK. !I minister at Luke Butler, will bo conducted
OF-WAY SKCT'KEHIt The total number of quarts shippedfor I !lines the entire heard a clean bill of this afternoon, Interment being -
the week ending April 22, amounted i I The !Starke Growers Association health free from tuberculosis and 1I'1'\J1\I\(; -:il PIll'NDS': \ at Swift Creek cemetery, near

was learned officially Thursday to 2(1,212( in the following daily !I>I I will meet at the court house Satur- that the premises are kept in a sanitary L. l D. Green, the dairyman, brought the old home ploco. 4 4Kingsley !,

morning that the right-of-way for movement Thursday: April 15 2,610 day, April 25th; at 3 o'clock p. m. condition. three rutahages) to the Telegraph lake, cast. side.S. ,'!r
state road No. 13 remaining unfinished I oflice the total of
/ Friday, April 17 5,188 Wednesday, weight L Peek, two lots on Kingnleylake 1
Maxville had been secured the three .
near being thirty-one pounds.The sido.
!Saturday, April 18 3,521: oust
from parties owning the land and that largest of the trio tipped" the
Monday, April 20 6,452: : A. .r, Thomas, two lots on Kingsley
the convicts had started grading the scales at 13 3-.1 pounds, the smallest
remaining quarter mile. Althoughthis Tuesday, April 21 4,190!) 7 I 1-2, while the third, went to I DIM: lake east. side.
Wednesday, April 22:! 3,632 Did You Ever Stop To Think? Paul E: f'unova, lot on Kingiloylake
mile will
quarter require more pounds
Thursday a refrigerator car of cab- I north side. from Sirs' Sussee.
filling in than any other one sectionof W. I,:. twelve lots
bage shipped out and duringthe i Yarborough on
was 1(11.1'.gAI.S: OP WE"K:
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the road is said that the work E. R. Waite Shawnee Okla. Board of
it week the express movement of By Secretary, Kinicslcy lake, south and !east sides,
will be rushed as rapidly as possible beans, beets, eggs and chickens was Commerce. teal estate deals in Starke and vicinity Sfrs..J. H. ICitch l lot on Kingsleylake
: in order that there will be no delay I
I heavy. : as well as at Kingsley I lake west sidu.K. .
1 in surfacing between the two com I THAT the advertising columns: of newspapers divide are continuing in over increasing L. Peek, lot on Kingsloy lake,

pleted sections. Bids: for this surfacing EVANGELISTIC; BROTHERHOOD honors with the columns. Volume, 33: transfers being reported west Kitle.Building l .
news
will be opened !May 12th. I MEETINGS: I for the past week. Klngxluy property on Kingsley lako Is beginning .

>1 !O ,CIQIJtIM1ilf.'"A I The newly organized;; Evangelistic THAT many people with money to spend buy a newspaper on every side of the lake Is in big to resume its usual summer
demand by local and out-of-town buyers brixkncHM. N. SU-rntii-rg is remodeling
; Second Issue Of i Brotherhood of the Baptist New River I more on account of its advertisements Several important realty transactions his cottage and making/ very attractive -

Association met Thursday evening than on account of its news for long ago they I > are pending. in and near I summer home. The bungalow s

C. of C. FoldersThe from'with J. T. Quigley. Fifteen of the members association I found they could save money by buying adver- Sturke. I being built for Mossr. S, L. Peek
different parts L. A. Davis, Jr., bought the Fouts and n.", r'. White, will be ono of the
were present and four new members tised goods or service.
property on the western edge of most modern homes on the lake, while
Telegraph office has just com- were added at this meeting.Gos- THAT they know that when they buy from the firms Starke, consisting of 30 acres, part the contractors are expected, to begin -
pleted its second 20,000 run of six Committees were appointed
I Jy within the limits. work shortly on the bungalow
page folders for advertising Bradford pel Teams made up and the work who advertise! good or service win ne as rep C. A. Knight four lots. on West to In- huilt for Mr. Edward Burns on

county to the outside world. I outlined for the future Plans were resented in the advertisements.THAT I Madison' street from Mini Kate Livingston. the west side.
Their use by business men throughout |I made for services to be held at the .

the county in placing in every letter I Baptist church in Starke in the forenoon money saved U money earned. The wise buyer ('. A Futch and Joe Sistrunk, 2 lnocnaruowmcmeicMx'g/ ) : ; wmemexu

mailed is urged by the Bradford and at Lawtey in the evening earns money by saving from the firms who lots on North Temple avenue from North Starke/ Precinct
County Chamber of Commerce, and I on Sunday following! the meeting.The advertise. Mrs Alice Rowe.L.

good results are noticed in the num- next business meeting of the O. Jones, the Rankin farm, 1 11.2
ber of inquiries coming to the secretary organisation! will be Thursday evening THAT the way to make local people buy in local placesof miles from Starke on the Raiford Heavy Populated/

of the chamber, as well as to the at H o'clock April 30th, at the business road, from Mrx. G. M. Inman.
is for local to advertise in
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concerns
real estate men of the county. Baptist church, Starke. Mrs G i. M. Inman, 10 acre farm and I.atlt.y Precinct I'omes Second I
The largest of these folders local papers. home South Starke Third in '
user 'FORMEB 1 LAKE BUTLER cast of Starke, on Kingsley Population.
is the Strout Farm Agency, Mr.[ In- RESIDENT; HERE THAT when local full of local advertising !Heights road, from J. W. Andrews,
papers are ,
man using them to supplement his Sr., According t" Mrs. F. A .Scott, census
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own advertising folders. During the 1 I I !Sheriff Henry Stewart, of Braden- I it makes the people see that it pays to buy N. Sternberg and S. L. Peek, two enumerator for Bradford, county

past few weeks this agency alone 1', ton, Manatee county was in Starke locally. ti-acre farms one mile east of Starke, who last week completed her work,

has distributed 10,000 of the folders" for a short while Wednesday after- 'I from Jack Silcox and Jack Howe. and forwarded it to the state official I

t Other large users of this form of t. noon. lie was enroute to the state I' THAT when merchants advertise In local papers It Mr[ Wilson, of Gainesvlllo, Kings- in Tallahassee, the three heaviest

advertising the stock companiesI 1' with J J, Coachman lake lot populated voting precincts of the
i are ,; prison at Raiford attracts the business of the citizens who have ley west side
spend the winter months i in 1 convicted of the murder of T. S. county are North Starkr, Lawtey and
negro Dorsey, of Gainesville, Kings-
I ;i been finding stores'! In other cities more attrac
Starke. All four of the companiesare 1, an 11-year-old negro girt!, and sentenced ley lake lot, west side South Starke. The eight precincts of

strong boosters for Bradford' to be electrocuted during the tive. N. Sternberg, two lots on Kingsley[ the county run in the following order,

t county, and by the use of banners i ir 1 I week of May 4th. lake, east side. according to their popu'iition'! :
their tents and the folders handed' Mr Stewart was at one time a resi- IT ALWAYS pays to read the ads They always tell of Joseph Thomas and Sammy Stern- North Starke Lawtry, South

out to interested parties, they art 1 t dent of Lake Butler, and is well merchandise or service that is really better. bery, one lot on Kingstey fake, eastside Starke, Hrooker.. Thproisa, Hampton
giving this Bradford and New River Graham.
section wide publicity. 'known throughout' 1

BgCiCiEfc-irB-itHTrare! Union counties. lUwson J. Davis, two lots on 1! !JnmMt'JiYJoorit.t : .
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: COB'S CHEERFUL SI M- I Railroad Board I Jacksonville-:$35,000 office building and unlajpy! Are y.I. \ tired, weak

MARY CHEEKS SALLIE to be erected on Monroe street. and disp.rud: ? Suffer dai.y,:. backache
and sta:'iiny' rheurmit'" twn'teet! i
I "Bah," Bob grunted I, "Curtiss is Will Meet InJacksonville \ Davenport Contract totaling Then look l to your kidneys! The kidneys

I' rushing Anne because he thinks he $300,000 awarded for street paving'work. art the blood-flltors. Once they
: needs a shock absorber, but, what he weaken, tre whole system is upset.
really wants is an electric vibrator You have dizzy ipells, heatlnchis and

and he'll find it out when you remove 'I Stuart Large concrete garage urinary irregularities You feel all
Use Doan's Pills stimulant
worn-out. -a -
;your bright presence from his life." building to be constructed on Dixie diuretic to the kidneys. Thou It's the

"But Anne's pretty and smart, I Hates. and Shipments Will Come ReState highway.New sands recommend Dean's. Here Ubtarke

suggested, hoping he would deny Sesitions., !: proof: logicalthing
fore Boy< at Three I Label
Port Richey-Site purchasedfor
both. Mrs. C. L Underhill, Cherry says Y
l' "Yes," he was swift to reply "she erection of modern moving picture "When I sat down I had to brace my: to do is
has a certain sort of prettiness and a Tallahassee, April 21.-The state theatre. arms In order to get out of a chair. I your

,t naivete of manner which she affects, railroad commission issued an order I '" felt tired and I had to hold something Guarantee
"she could 'calling a meeting Jacksonville for Mount Dora-$35,000 bond issue to keep from falling. Di an's Pills -to buy your
: but, he spoke slowly, of Value
consider voted for new school building. from Mitchell's Drug Store cured the
never feel the glory of a sunset or May 6, at which hey will trouble. Used Ford Car

' hold your hand at the perfect moment I and determine whether or not rates, i I Palatka Plans formulating for Price 60c at all dealers. Don't

durng "Aida" or "Madame Butterfly." charged on canned meats, fish, vegetables construction of new highway to Lake Imply ask for a kidney remedy ret from Your NearestAuthorized

I e' "Oh Bob" I clapped my hands," I I fruits, milk, soups and other | City through Columbia Union Bradford Doan Pills-th., same that Mrs.

'j Just love you for that. I even feel like food for consumption are just. Clay and Putnam counties. ,I Underhill had. Fostor-Milburn Co. Ford DealerThis
I could be induced to drive into that (]| The hearing was called, the order Mfr, Buffalo N. Y

wide gate marked "Roblnwood" and stated as a result of complaints I Ft. Lauderdale Civic improve .' M/- -

have a cup of tea to refresh my Injured from shippers In the state to the effect I ments planned for this year to cost '
" heart:' that the present rates of chargeson $175,000. THE MOCKING. ) LEE MEMORIAL COINS=

,,' "There, that's better," ho remarked these commodities in carloads, and __ WAY TO PREVENT= I READY FOR DELIVERY
I It is often asserted that oratory in VBIES OUTLINED=
, carloads between points in
J and was about to turn Into the less than Avon Park-Plans completed for
roadway of soft brown pine needle ''t.he state are unreasonably high! and erection of $300,000 hotel. congress is not what it used to be; I Washington! April 17.=Ihe Treasury -

when he changed his course and head 'unjust, and asking that a hearing that the sonorous verb and gilded Disease Dreaded Most of All; Deemedas has notified the new executive

ed back toward town. I thereon be had I Lake Alfred SpanishAmericanwar phrase are no longer heard under the 100 Per Cent Fatal. committee of the Stone Mountain
veterans buy Ii.SOacre tract out biff dome; that business-like talks will be
ii tote following ,day May 7, a Memorial Association that it
"Speaking of oemg tompramen- side city limits for establishment of have displaced! the old picturesque
Gainesville. There is scarcely a the Stone
will be held to determine recognized in delivering
tal!I" I laughingly! accused."I hearing j
of The fact is that
flights eloquence.
new
( university.TavaresFive )
thought for sake, we'd bet- what changes, corrections or addl. !I disease of man or beast which is Mountain half dollars provided n
your but I
still has word-artists
ter not go in," he explained, "I saw Lions, if any, shall be made to official I -;carloads; of material conferees they don't have the same chance, nor dreaded so much as rabies. The chief certified copy of the by-laws are for-
front and I knew classification No. 29 ns I(I reason for this dread is 100 per cent warded here.Inquiry .
,. r a bunch of cars out express I received for construction of new Atlantic the same encouragement, they used
the cats on there would begin to applicable to interstate tramc In Coast Line railroad station to have. By way of proof here l is a fatal. was made by S. II. Venable.
scratch." Florida. I Rabies is transmitted to both hu Half' of the coins have already been "
classification authorized I Sanford-Oround broken for For- tribute to the mocking-bird by Representative mans and animals mainly by the bite ,
The was
"Not you and I Bob! I was Indignant I Rankin : He delivered to the association and the i f
at the thought February 21 with the understanding!,['rest Lake hotel building. did it in a speech outside Mississippi.of congress, I I:i lof the dog. The cat, however, is alsoa I remainder are awaiting delivery I:
it he that it would be subject to revision in source of danger in spreading the them is I
"Dft your life, They'll love I Miami-Survey of Tnmiaml Trail but it wax printed in the Record at when the money to pay for
I. said. "Now if you were not so easy to some particulars or by exceptions, to to the of of his admiring disease. I forwnrled. The Treasury it was said,
; look at, you could get away with mur- be determined ut a later hearing or start at once. colleagues.request Who one shall that he!'I. Rabies is not classed aa a seasonal I has no intention of holding,: up the

der, but you've !got something theyhaven't I' conference with the commission.It Clear water Dredging work to does no rival! the subject say of his speech, disease but seems to be more prevalent -I coins. _
said that in some cases the during summer months, due to
I .. : Sallie and it hurts. is start for million dollar causeway the ?
, \ "That's rather ambiguous, don't classification increases ratings and ,across Clearwater harbor. Listen incomparable mocking-bird/ I I i I the fact that dogs are allowed more I! When some of us begin to take as

you think?" charges over those authorized in i He is: the master of them all! The'{''freedom of movement during this good care our bodies asve do our
i "Oh know what I mean, it's clarification No. 21, In effect priorto Tavares Plans being considered Caruso season than during the hunting sea automobiles we will not only odd
you of field and forest the Mozartof I
; that indefinable sparkle that makes February 21. for building and equipping local batting wild the of son of the winter months. several years to lives, but wIll find
music grand opera nature I
beach. I rabies is incurable its
: Although the going a lot easier.
j men worshipful and woman green he
embrace within his
to
seems I
USED I-'OIW CAIt PLANS -
) prevention is simple and easy. Rabies
)# with envy, he explained. O L V K: 3 PRO1iLR3l Stuart Thirty-year franchise boundless repertoire the songs of all vaccine, which any veterinarian can I
And so the morning come when I granted to Southern Bell Tclephovj the birds that have ever lived and !
should! follow Kllie down the coast I I procure and administer, is a simplebut
Much interest has centered during \Company. those that are yet to come. As cou-
: the papers announced that I was leaving the last week in the announcement of (I rn-eous as. the eagle/ he guards with I very effective preventive of rabies A Sweet Breath

:, j and gave clippings of the elaborate the Ford used cur plan. This interest! I I Palm Beach = W .room Breaks, valor and with vigilance his nestlings|'' in dogs. No ill effects are producedi at all times

parties being given for the Divines has been evidenced by both the public hotel destroyed by fire to be replaced and his mate, repelling thc invasionof !i the dog to which this vaccine Is /

guests. A box of lillies of the and the automotive industry genera1ly !- I with $2,000,000 hostelry the dreaded hawk, and scattering administered, according to Dr A. L. 7HEDSO
:1 valley like the ones that had come made by flock Shealy veterinarian to the Collegeof
for it is tho first move | Winter Haven of intruding crows in ignominious -
Commercial hotel Agriculture of the ot'Jo'iorida.
University
each day while sick arrived
daddy toward
was
any large automobile concern to be erected flight. As gentle as the dove he .
on corner of North
: and although there was no note, I solution of the socalled used car I. manifests the highest attributes of
Fifth
I street and West Lake avenue. Recent research work has produceda
i
felt that they from Curtiss
were problem. I civilization as prescribed by the golden I
c' 1 \s Wright Then he still cared and Bob Under the plan, which is supervised Bartow-New business butt l lint to rule by reflecting in his daily life vaccine which may be given in one
injection and which will
+i produce immunity
had said by the time I returned from be erected the sentiments of his -
L'\' by the company, all authorizedFord by W. C. Rogertson & Co. song. from
rabies. This
t the house he would be tired of single injection -
; ;t party, It has been said that musical
dealers place a guarantee upon I ex-
;, Anne. My heart beat high with hope. used Ford cars sold by them, thus Insuring i' Winter I[Ii'e-;; = Columbus, Ohio, pression is confined to the highest : method reduces the time required -
With his flowers on my beautifulnew man secures local site for establishment natures and that therefore birds of and the expense of vaccination.
the satisfactory
to purchaser
f
coat and so many pieces of luggage mechanical operation of tho curs under of large magna lte stucco prey never sing. The friendless vul- Records of many cases show that thesingle eM YC !
that I must have looked like a plant. injection of rabies vaccine is.effective
k' conditions. ture that wafts his In geometric
ordinarydriving way
I and a dog which has born
I
donna trans-continental -
prima- on a
the week figures over the :
Report received during Eimti.s sunny landscape,
I -Approximately $40,000 to i vaccinated does not need to the
tour, I went with daddy< to tho train the measuring with his fleeting shadow I Ithose wear
blanches
from throughout coun- be
alone. Hpent at once developing new resi- muzzle. From the human standpoint
it said at the offices of the double circles which meet only' After
try, was dental district. vaccination much better eaten or .raokia
than
is the
,
All the crowd was there to see me Ford !Motor Company in Detroit, Indicate at the bedside of death, or on the !muzzle. Wrlgleys freshens the mouth

off but as I stood on the steps preparatory two things greater buyer conUdeiice 'I Milwaukee syndicate buys township field of carnage, never sings' a song./ 'I and sweetens the breath
to going Inside, Warren anda of Indrlo will The weird owl, the However the principal reason vvh'.' Nerve are toothed throat It
on the part of the public and launch one of nightly terror! docs should
Fisher aboard."Isn't I be'accinnt..d i I' that thmore ,' refreshed and aided
jumped digestion !
general feeling among Ford dealers largest dovelopment projects ever or all the fu ''Nod tribe, the most
I dogs vacmated l the K\vir thicases So to the l little packet!
this tho best luck in the easy carry
undertaken ghastly and '
in -
Florida. inkingemblem
that the plan Is certain to promote of desolation
world" he exclaimed.! "I'm also one ': of rabies and the smillor the
customer cuti.faction. I and despair, never warble a' !I r
w, of tho house and with I Seaboard Airline chances that people will be bitten ,hj,
guests,
) party Railway an- note. The loathsome I
said that1detestable
These it-ports, it was are not vampire, i
rabid
4 the announcement, he stood by my based upon expressions from Ford nounces plans for inauguration of plague of the tropics!; that dogs. s

side. dealers alone. also include passenger bus and freight truck reputed pest to human
They pub- life never I Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
# "Bride and groom! Paul Wright lic reaction toward the plan as reflected service throughout Florida; 00 busses breathes a tune.I DniiUl.refund teensy PAZOOiNTMcMTfetls

F yelled at the top of his voice. through the vast dealer organization and 110 trucks to bo placed in service. would rather be the! mockingbird : la cure lIehio( Itlinii.; Dlmdloit or Protruilinit
s At that moment I noticed a couple Pllw Innlantly r.llvve Itching PllM. anil you j after clery meaner'
; which, because of its ox-i I Ellenton-Canning factory to be which Longfellow hus dcscriked can art restful sleep after first application 60c.
,; standing several tracks waiting -
away I tensive-ness, is an excellent barometer as "swinging aloft on a willow "prny"and
constructed to take care of 1800 -
for an incoming train. It was Annie '' acres ,
shaking from his
of automobile marketing of tomatoes little throat
planted in this district.
and Curtiss Wright. They, evidently
conditions "such floods of delirious music" thai
I|I '
I had come to meet Anne'itsister i I Another feature of the reports is Fort PlercPla;; being drawn all the world would seem to pause and

I l who was expected home from the ready acceptance of the plan by for 3-story brick and tile hotel. listen, to live for one short hour, A' I school They had not only watched the themselves and l ""; than to be the
I, dealers their en- I I ; venomous toad and g5 }
tho proceedings, but had heard every thusiasm over it. They feel that the Dad City-Site overlooking Lake exist throughout a century, or to be -,,, '" ':: ?'
i" word that had passed. Pasadena selected for construction of the .
new arrangement together with their loathsome reptile and live a thou- / p
J ., ,
\ J My caught the steady of .1,000,000 hotel. ; ""
eyes
; !gaze sand -
own fitness of judging car values and year When -4
(c-, ; Curtiss Wright Ho raised his hat Better Automobiles Are Built, Buick Will; Build .
We
.' facilities for reconditioning cars | Key West-Monroe\ dignify as a national emblem .... nIc.
and looked Warren county votes rslBJI' *FfMi-r
at
disapprovingly
when that l is necessary, places themin $2.BOBOQO bond the American eagle that soars and '< ', -"C'. :
issue for :
'
construc
Fisher who he have : ,
I must recognizedat
position to afford much better service tion of Dixie highway from shrieks his screams of dcf nance ? 3 ,-* :} ., 111.\
this > ;
L"l-
city -
once. %
ct _
_
1 from _
t to people in the market for Used to Dade county line. the seclusion of the crags; we ,. ___ _
I (To he continued) ::; : <.
I perpetuate in
j, Ford cars. | verse and story the ,
On the basin of the far Florida Company imaginary/ of the Vy : '.,
;. J ELEiriKICirY: : 13 DANfiKKOt'S I reports so serving song mythical dy 'fr: ., '.p _
received the plan promises an effective Ocolu Dunnellon Brooksville, Inverness ing swan; we praise the Inferior :.'." ; ;';' v-" ;",

I' Man-made electricity kills twice solution for used car handling by and nearby communities. sold to songs of other bird. but, in my hum -"' A-, ,._: ;':..' .c .N.S: "'::" ;_.,__.>yA

as many persons in the United States Ford dealers and ono in which the Fitkin & Co. of New York, in one of ble judgment there is none hat deserves .v7'-:, '. -- '', ... .....<.;. .... "'. '",
each as do all the lightning bolts will benefit. the largest sales i -: :, y; /
year public i ever negotiated in more praise, credit or commendation .. "/. _.; '
V [ that !flash from tho sky writes George i this district at the hands of enlightened W-;: j : : ;_
M. Fl.nuii'M'l'.ET .. I I. --->(,:1i! _
p Ogle, electrlcial engineer advising | humanity than the peerless mock '
:
;;; ; ,m'9
:. { that the following precautions betaken FISHERY WOFF Jacksonville-Work\ to start at ing-binl, America's sweetest singer "'.' -

"I when operating electrical ap- ;;- once on construction of $2,500.000 who enlivens the spirit of :1
J Bureau of Fisheries Show Marked( hotel. springtime ,
: paratus I Darling with his tireless: serenade, and thrills .. .
1 Decline on the East Coast. :
'I/ Use only hand' In ;J
I one switching I DeLand 102-acre sub-division every heart with his inspiring note of t.

>,, electric lights on or off, and keep the Washington! D. C.-The suspicion fronting on Lake Wlnnemlssett to be gladness as he touches song and ." #
I other hand fret from metallic contact. of the Florida fishermen that their thoroughly developed "stirs with love and the languid souls ; ,

_, Never .switch nil electric light with mullet fishery wax declining is borne of listening men."

one hand while the other hand Is. in out by statistics just released by the Tallahassee_:Two-story;;: addition to '. U S tm; :

: the water or on a water faucet. Ia.S I Bureau of Fisheries of the CommerceDepartment. be built to industrial building at It was night in the forest. An eery: ;, why

f Never operate an electric light The east coast production tate hospital sound broke the stillness arcmotoycardc"cr3glad
:. while standing in a bathtub in 1918 was 10II7S! pounds j "What's that 'orrid noise?" asked

,: 11. Always he sure that the hands are valued nt $:$31)7,147) ns compared with I Winter Haven-Building permits the cockney to see n Len

I dry when operating( electrical devices nH)$;:.:WO pounds valued at $194.0'2'\' for month ending March 10 totaled "That's IIn owl" said his country you

Never tamper with electrical circuits In I\I:.I. There win n considerable! do- P:1,330.: : friend. yon have a Buick tJ

s I with which you are nut familiar.''chine in the catch of certain of the Brndenton "I know -t'< an 'owl" Bid the cock :

f -Popular Science Monthly i other important Florida fishes such Trust Co. closes- Manatee first River Bank ney, "but what the deuce is 'owllng." trade in?
I day's busi -Exchange.SEABOARD.
r" 8AVKS; 'I on pompnno, sheepsheud shut), Spanish ness with deposits
TI.MK.: .\= \'W.Drown"Slnce .\\ totaling $200,000.
mackerel!, and red--ltJld black drum, I -
I bought a car I i I! ;
don't have to walk to the bank to FIGURES: SHOW I YEVH.S Tampa of -Plan* completed for erection TIME TABLE 1
F $1,250,000
make any deposits" GROWTH( AS municipal hospital -
30 PEn CENT= I
Black-"Ah, you ride there ?" !| Jacksonville-Plans;; under way for (In effect November 18, 1024.) A I Ii':1lW

Brown-"No. I don't make any." Census Mad in 1920 Uy Federal t hard-surfacing 20 miles of road In Southbound_
I Takers 98H.470. I Pasadena-Marietta district. No. 1 : ? They ! V TO IN IO reaches Starke at 12:18
: a. m.
t, Tallahassee. The total No. 3, 11:02: they : it tLey -JUI-:
drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restore population I ret it hack. I can only pray that it a. ra.No. g-it ccn : quicMa ( I
of Florida as taken by state will not reach 21. Cedar Key 6:00 '

.j. Enriching Energy and the Vitality Blood. by When Purifying feel and Its enumerators and compiled by Dr, R. But who could you be more astonished No. 7, Limited, 2:16: p. ra.p. m. ::: a good price. E uicic re! abiir! .i i
you .\ Harper, state statistician
this afternoon than the son to receive this reply: Northbound.... made HuicV
strengthening Invigorating effect how first
:
[
see : t'
i. was officially announced as "Dear cic.e:
It brings color to the cheeks and bow 1.2:<3.flOO. Son-Your prayers are answered No. 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. ra. 1.1 l cLtis.r'd

it Improves the The letter did not reach me. No. 4, 4:23: p. ra. (" .w 11,.....
appetite, you will then The total populati :i of the state -Dad" _t. 1
I appreciate its true tonic vl1lue.I on January 1 I. 1030 aa recorded by No. 20. Cedar Key, 8:5C: ; a. m. 1i i

I Grove' Tasteless chill Tonic Is limply federal census takers was 068,170. LATEST M\KE No. 104. Limited, 6:17: p. m.

Iron and Quinine suspended In So These figures "Do know I Wannee BranchNo. -
'I 85 rap represent an increase you believe your husband -
r'f""t' even < ulldren Lke It. The blood of population In Florida during the is going to get locomotor 101 leaves Starke 7:40 a. m. LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY
... '.!;.I\i.l': ; '., No. 102 ,
Pi
11 to 't and IRON to past four y'-nT' of approximatelv 30 ataxia. arrives Stark 3:15 p. rt. J. M. Smith, Manager
Lunch it. Destroys Malm loll! (nr.s and per cent "I shouldn't wonder-he has (Daily except Sunday) !
a
. Grip germ by 111 2'r '"'thenln!!. I.v"'r- I mania for buying oars." perfect The T. J. Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties i
acing lUTect.: ouc. >> :: ;::oCnl(..I: ID) niE!! '"ELEGRAPII Sidney Bulletin. GRIFFIN

.. I Agent When better automobiles are built. Dulck will build them








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FRIDAY APRIL 21. 1025. BRADFORD COUNTY TELB CRAP!!, STARKE FLORIDA
PAGE TIIREH
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r HOW'S THIS? NEW S'l'I.I'TOR NAMED: I -

Newt of Florida HAII.'I ClTtnitll Ml-rm'i '<,K will TO .'ISI'IIIEIOUI.l.! : : .; -<
in Short Paragraph I ado what we claim for It-rl,i \t ayst m '

'.....,.......?...,. ...-J.........____..., ......7....,.__err e..w. J lot Catarrh Catarrh or D*..ifneb"i cuuaod 1 ty WON'T EIVVCEOKI\ ::r (A.U/1 e- \

1I%1.1.'S CAT.*n HII MFitinam: eon- 4
New! York, April 17. Aui.ii.tiiLukeman
Live Blum of an ointment which j cjulctrr i--
State News Relieves.: the cnlarrrm! Inflammation, snit chosen to succeed lutn; ,' I!
"
> Internal' Medlrtie. whlrh
I a Tonlo.
i...... .........."'_- -.n...___ --I ate through thn Bl'<- -><1 on the Mucous Burglum, as sculptor in the <. ;n\m 1:!
___
Told by Our Exchange ;inn Bold by IT. J. Chen** A Co.. Toledo Ohio, large head 1 already* carved blim[: '.

lum would not be removed As1'.iiii'

SOLVlMi:' ( TilE TAX PKOBLEM. Mr Lukeman said the compUtt I
Fort Pierce-The 00,000:; causeway fectcd vegetables shipped into this I work of his predecessor on the 1:1'1111-; I rta

and bridge across the Indian city, have. started reports here and There three which couldbe ito! mound would remain and that the II
are steps
river leading from Fort Pierce to "Ie\\ hel'" of a serious outbreak of only changes in it would be certain I

Ocean Beach was opened and tldicat-I! I'I the disease "Rumors of any serious taken would by the solve present much of Legislaturewhich the modifications necessary to stake UK I ,

(.d. A large crowd witnessed the cere- ;!, outbreaks of typhoid fever are entirely called which so-be huge figures harmonize with thecomposite
tax to
mony. I 11| unfounded;" Dr. W. E:. A. problem seems
Wyman, groups which the new
giving our lawmakers so much con SAY
"BAYER ASPIRIN"and INSIST 1
I: chief
Tampa-Charles Amos 8 old :!' of sanitation, said. "Several cern. I sculptor will add. The central figure
year I i cases have been reported, and !
we are 'i represents Cuieruf Robert E. Lee.

child bv an, was automobile killed when driven he by was a struck negro ,| find tracing the the cause history of each case to I j imposing Instead new of passing and burdensome a lot of taxes laws, work The only: changes in Mr. Boiglum's I Unless you ,:: t..',' 111,' "B Iy'f Cro, >:?" on tiHcMsou. are f.

railroad fireman. The negro is being the \Legislature' should : I|11\11'. already completed, nccoiiling to I not netting\ UKi i: 'nmne; Bayer Aspirin paired. safe
the I Lukeman, will be such m are i .
sought by police. They said he reported
the accident to headquarters | Foil Myers-Thomas A. Edison I'st-l\oep stutu expenses downto t! nvcessnt\. In millions .ml I; pu .ulvj I by physicians:> 21 I wars, for
and part left Fort Myers for return the actual ncids. For this purpose, I
I "I will
but nddt that i it was not serious I not sciap Mr. Borglani'iplnng ) I .
I j I trip to Orange, N. J. Edison has rei the !present revenues of the state, : or motels' 1 beeat.se, he is lopurt<) ,

Brlltl'nton-While making excavn- maimed i South longer this season than | with tho increase in revenue which cd: to have done his own 'scrapping' Colds HeaJ\I.he;\ :
,
ever before and he intends returns I comes naturally from the growth and !I
turns for water main here, workmen to I II i I "Of coui.se I will nu ali' oiiuin.il; I
curlier coining development of the state and the ini-1
next With
discovered the remains of a prehis- season the I I plans for the composition to cmhods Pain Neuralgia
of good roads to Southwest Florida, I 1 proveutcnland enhancement of property I
tone" animal whose. bones suggest an the central head; but I'll not blast SlrBorglunt's
Mr. Edison fOIl'j.'es the great expansion will prove amply sufficient. work from
interesting contribution to science the mountain Toothache
for this section he has lIcond-E'1ulllize' the present assessment I Lumbago
The teeth and portions of the anlmal' '' predictedfor sido. There is no reason why wi
bones were sent to the Smith' years. The inventor spent his last of real property, so that the should eliminate what he has already
day in Florida burden of taxation on this sort of e Neuritis l h lImatisUtA.'Cl'rt
wandering around his done
sonian Institute at Washington with I and there is nothing to be eiitielm'd is
I
estate and propertywill be placed to a greater
that they I reading. in his woik." ef.
an opinion to
a request as !
degree of fairness and justice to allconcerned.
animal's antiquity be returned. | Mr.( Lukfiimn said 1 all his mulch!
I Palmetto-The Tn-County Oil Co. It is known that some real l would be made t only "n.iycr' pu'kurc: : which contains proven directions. .. .
in duplicate to insure
Tallahassee-Governor Martin has hopes to be able to announce in a few I than property other is assessed while much much higher of. against! any delay from breakage or IIl1n.IIn.'er'\ boars of I I- td.huAlso. bottles of I HI I and Ion-DruwinU.\ i.P
,
granted a and stay of days that it will renew drilling on It81 property I other damage. Aspirin la the trade mark of oafs Manufacture of UouvaratUaiMciiur( of Sallojrlltaelil( .
reprieve
opera- oil well two miles from Palmetto it Is not assessed proportionately to
tion of a sentence! for M days to Mal- the Sneads Island Road. After ,the property of similar value. This would The manual task of cutting (hecompo..itinn <
lory Williams of Jackson who is employing to 4s
county twenty
bring in much additional
was convicted December 31, last, of well had been drilled\ to a depth of the state without revenue additional to thirty of the best carvers in the coun- lie was n colored farm tenant Ho Some people remind 1 us of auto taillights
!! l,2dO feet, a bit was lost in the hole, imposing an Mr. ukeman 1 was in debt to his land lord and certain I
reckless driving of an automobile on ) burden on those try, said, and the work because they only know nhero
and owners
so far all efforts to property
the public highway of that county. !I recover it will begin this fall. time merchants He was a pro-
who already their full have been
]have been are paying they
The
I in vain. work has been
The county judge sentenced him to share or more than their just Mr. Luke-man said! he had neither duct of the tenant system lie owned

pay a fine of $50; and costs and to considerably delayed on account of portion of the taxes. pro- consulted nor communicated with Mr. his soul but not his st>les. lie stoodon

serve sixty days in the county jail. I no tools to fish for the bit, but. according -, Dorglum regarding the memorial a corner here and hoard, the Sal/ OM I;: DOLLAR (;KIS MILLLKfilSLAHVK I
I
to statements of the officers Third-Locate and tax the real and vation Army sing hymns Then a I : DOINGS;

Orlando-Approximately 80 per the necessary tools have been ordered personal property throughout the man of Orangeburg, S. C., was sent tambourine was held out to him. lIe

cent of this season's citrus fruit crop I and will arrive In a few days. | state which is not now paying any here to relieve him. I Ignored l it. "Just can't," he said, ro- The l>ally Democrat, with full legislative I

of Florida has been shipped up to I taxes whatever. There Is no doubt peutedly. "You owe it to the Lord," news will be sent during entire -
present time, according to the final Sanford-That Florida hotel: serve ; i that there arc millions of dollars \'. II. Hurt, of Hawthorne, was n session of the legislature! for Ono .i
California oranges and celery; that worth of visitor here Sunday and Monday\ ho was told "Yes, 1 know it, but He .1
report of W. II. Hall, local represenItative I| property in Florida which is Uollllr.-'ssion! convenes April 7th. It

of the United States bureau of Florida roads are poor, and, in 95 percent i| :not even assessed for taxation. For A. V. O'Neal, road agent of the ain't pushing me like tho rest," ho Address 'Jl

agricultural economics Due to this of the state, traverse swamps i instance there are thousands of head said-Raleigh (N. C.) News and 01)Kl'n't'r. SI
Jacksonville Journal THE 11.1I1r'IIOCRAT:
wax :
where snakes, alligators and transacting
chiggers
fact, the the local office of cattle throughout the state which I *
I .
says report abound, and that tourists, after being business in town !Monday. 'rllllllhu s. ", Florida. i
have been
never reached by the tax \
will elo-e its operating season here lured! to Florida by the glowing ______ __ _n __ __ .
now and will not open agan until I assessors. They are as much taxableproperty Mr. and Sirs Will DuPree, of
prospect of "real estate sharks" return j! ] as real estate stocks of Jacksonville :
October ) or were called here Mondayon I
I J JDl'urll'ntnllJJ.'Coachman to California feeling/ that it is I i ,goods or automobiles. Yet they escape account of the death of J. W.

: : a negro the only place on earth after all, and taxation, entirely. Much other nyrd. ,
(that Florida is joke, is the substance I II ,.'
a aown.ataaae.r..hv.e.
which should
be
property contributing
convicted! here several months ] -
ago! on 'tin' change of murder of an of an interview put lished in an Ann- I' to the support of the state gov- Death of !.Mrs. Rowe ;
i helm, Cal, tt ancr. A clipping of the'stoiv : einmcnt m likewi. This chocked
lI.\ ..n-.','ur-ol,1, gill of his own l'ace,1! E.I escaping. community was Friday i
which is an interview with I
will die in the! electric chair at the These methods would ho anc and morning when it was learnt 4i
J. Hat tung, of Anaheim, was sent to thi't the of Mrs J.
r-puit B
.state )1n'i'''on faint at Raiford during sensible and they would affect only KOU.C ; 1 rFr
the week of :Slay4.. Warrant for his R.AV. Pt'HI man, secretary of the San- tho o who lire dodging their just oblignt.ons had panxi.d into the great bc\ond She
fiMciilun < j d i Oh'imbc-r of C'''!mmerce. .
tak"n
icaehid the sheriff here! \ to the state. On the other was violently ill Ihuisday ftcrnoon -

1'1'.111 the Mate capital. The exact St. Pele'shurJ-Aftcr four previous hand, the measures now pending be- while shopping' and, hud to be. -

d.iliof. the 'ectro'ution will be set I Ih unsuccessful attempts, C F. rune Legislature to impose new carried l to her home unconscious, ieuuiming ) \ ((2LfNF1AND-I9Ob

1 % the vvuiclcn at laifotd.1'allahnSecThe: JIiAvell, 70, local merchant, shot and I and additional taxes me-nti an extra I : unconscious until tin cud I -

killed himself following an unsuccessful | burden. on taxpayers and citizens' whoare came at :2:30;; o'clock Friday morning.
state comptroller I already Mrs. Kowo wax a member of the -
than
their
attempt to kill his aged wife, according pa'InJ.mOI'l'\
has ic-ccivc'd check from the Atlantic i I share. Besides Lawtey Baptist church and! was the ankedFirst
I' to police. Mrs.\ Ilowell told ;just imposing this _
Coast Line railway company, aggregating police that her husband came into the I' burden on citizens, these numerous president of the Luwtey W C. T. U. a a
$l,0t>8.l)5.13: !) in payment of f schemes of and was a most faithful worker in tho
extracting from
room unexpectedly, declaring he was money
tn\c' against its property in tho | going to "blow her head off." She I the )public cast great discredit upon Baptist Sunday school and the Bap Sixty Dollars \
state in 1'Ui J!I: The amount received Florida with the list W M U.
I fled, and Howell turned the gun on outsideworld and do
pays all of theroad's state taxes except himself, she said. Mrs. Ilowell could much to nullify the excellent and pro Tho funeral service was conductedby

two branch lines. Total assessment : offer no explanation for the action of ductive effect of our recent pledge to her pastor KuK., D. Bevis, ut I The first money firmer Cleveland e\cr

against all of the company's her husband other than that he was refrain from unnecessary and exorbi- the Lawtey Baptist church at V earned was (from his uncle, Lewis I". Allen. I
totaled o'clock
lines lust year 115325053. tant taxation. Sunday morning and tho
suffering from mental strain.
I burial services were held at tho cemetery He got sixty dollars for six weeks'ork '
With total The wise, far-seeing and
Tampn- a population Jacksonville Tom whose} conserva- at Glen St Mary 1 o'clock. to book. lie banked
Ilysler, tive members of the ui helping compile a !'!! .
of ft!lI,$'08, Tampa is the first city in present Legislature \
conditional pardon from Raiford Every home here was re" resented at V.t
| the In Buffalo N.
must find to the money ,
Florida, according to an a way stop Tax I
announcement where he was committed on charges both the church ind the cemetery .
Hounds
Board of that body who are intent
by the Tampa now -
of manslaughter, has been revoked by services to pay their last respect to DM) bank the first ou
recheck and verificationsof upon destroying the state's )'ou money }
following a II the state pardon board, has not been reputation their friend and neighbor who will he ,. ",-.
f returned in the abroad and the prosperity of earned ?' Are banking
figures census reo greatly! missed you your money
taken imo custody, local authorities its home by the entire com- .
Jacksonville Is second with a' people and home enterprises
port. declaring they ate waiting for recom- munity as one of its most faithful now ? ;
Tampa Tribune.
population of 04,206, giving Tampa mittment papers before taking action Christian worker. i

a ]lead 1 of 002. This city has experienced : Hjsler was pardoned several LA WTEY Besides: her husband and six children t See us today about opening/ an account

a I growth of 12,000 persons during weeks ago but his pardon revoked :.1 I boys and ,j girls, she leaves

the j pat five years, figures reveal. ': upon recommendation of Governor j I I Lawtey, April 24.Mrs. I). Perkins six others and two sisters, many (tanking of all kinds.
Hillsboough county has a total popu- John Martin because of other near relatives to
W. alleged and Mrs. George; ( Anderson motored mourn her
lotion of l.U.W.: : I disorder caused by Hyslcr in the I to Jacksonville Wednesday. untimely death She was :.17 years of .

West Palm Beach-After a second J Jstrutulo Whitehouse district, his former age.The
rivaled. only by the one earlier home. 1 Rev and Mrs. R. D. Bevis and entire community joins! in

bull whale { children, of Melrose, were visitors sympathy with the bereaved family.
,
in the day the big Tallahassee California suffered''j here Friday. Bradford County BankBradford
'
sought by Palm Beach sportsmen was I severely in the Redlands, San Bernar- IIIG1U\SII

killer) near the Jupiter Inlet. Nearly! dio and Riverside districts as a result Dr E. L County's Financial Stronghold
of
Biggs Starke
was a !1
"II"ounds of ammunition and suvon'jhaipoons Highland, April 24-l\frs. B. B.
of the freeze last winter according
were utilized before tho I I to information received ,by the- visitor to Lawtey Friday.Mr. Padgett, Miss Mamie Prescott, J. S. Established 1889 STARKE, FLA. ,

giant ,cetacean\ succumbed to the attack ]Florida department of agriculture and Mrs. J. J. McLeod, of Prescott mid Nelson Prescott were
i'f .i small fleet of boats The Melrose visitors to Luwtey Saturday
I limit] in those sections was badly were visitors here Friday. '
first whale was killed near the Lake I damaged and there has been a heavy 11. ( Wimbcrly, Jr., wax u business {

Worth inlet a day earlier after al, ]loss due to the drying out of fruit, Rich !Muse, of Sanford, was in \ ",itor to Jacksonville. Saturduv

thiillmn struggle lasting over four i ,the reports! stated Some of the fruit town on business Thursday and Friday Mrs Ida B. Williams and Gordon You can saveHundreds

houi- and i is now on exhibition at the held its color and shape but does not and Francis Williams spent Mondayin

Rainlio pier pass the regulations controlling the I Jmkbonvillc.
I shipment of dried or frozen fruit. Mr. and Mrs.\ W. II. Edwards and Rev. L. A. Moslcy, of West Jacksonville of Dollars

St. Petei"sburg-The proposed investigation "Contrary to California, Florida fruit children, of Jacksonville, spent Sun held regular monthly services -
of dog racng at the St. at the
church
day here with relatives. Baptist: Saturday
did not suffer damage from
Petersburg. Kennel Club by the legislature any" and Sunday. Hereafter services will cbelieve the new Michelin

would be welcomed by local freezes sioner Mayo.this year, declared Commis- Mr. and Mrs.\ J. T. Moore motoredto only l he held on Sunday mornings and 1'y Comfort Cord wilt rcvolu-

tract officials, they declare in commenting Jacksonville Saturday afternoon. evening of the third Sunday in the tionize all motoring. Twice as

on the proposal made by the Tallahassee-Population figures of J. E. Goodfellow, of Lakeland, Is month. MU> as ordinary tires, inflated ,-
solons to investigate racing here and Mr. and Mrs\ II.
1925; upon which reapportionment in Wimberly were
spending a few days here on business. to less than half the yit
in Miami. Dr W. K. Brajfteld, direc- the legislature probably will be bas- visitors to Jacksonville Wednesday pressure

tor in the Kennel club, pointed out I ed, were compiled by the state census Mrs J. A. Starling returned Sun- cushions cars so perfectly it '.

that the pari-mutal system which isi bureau. They disclose that, under Miss\ Eldridge Reddish, of Jacksonville day from a visit with relatives in will lIa\ll>you hunJrcJlOf, dollars

in force here was upheld by the Florid provisions of the constitutional was the guest last week of her Jacksonville.. in car upkeep and depreci

supreme court several years ago in amendment adopted last November, mother, Mrs. Sallie Reddish. A A. Crews, of Maxvillu, is spending ation. It fits present rims and r

the John Drew case. that Ilillsborough, Duval, Dade, Polk a fow days here with relatives costs about the same as
and Pmellas counties each will get Mr. and Mr.' E. W. Hayes, of Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, Misses Beth
Miami-No delegation is headed three representatives in the lower Starke, were visitors to Lawtey Friday and Winifred Wimberly and II C. ordinary tires. Will you come ,

for Tallahassee to take part in racetrack house Duval now has two. Counties : evening!; Wimburly, Jr. attended the funeral in to nee it?

legislative matters, so far as that will get two representativeseach I of J./ J. Byrd at Long Branch Tuesday .
could be learned here. Men directly I :Mr. and Mrs. John Teston, of Jacksonville
.
the 18 next most populous, it Is
interested in the track here said they i were guests of relatives here Smith's Garage
indicated by' figures, will be; Escam- .
knew of far as Sunday.J JSTU:
no delegation and so iI.iltB@S'r::
bia, Volusia, Orange, Palm Beach,
they were concerned none would be Jackson Marion Manatee W. Teacher-"What were the different HTAUKE. F'U.I .
Alnchua, Turbeyville, of Jacksonville,
sent. The club is taking in "
Miami jockey ages history
Gadsden, Leon, Lake Putnam, Su- was transacting business in Lawtey I'I I
absolutely no part in any opposition Willie-"The stone age, bronze
I wannee, St. Johns, Madison, Columbia Wednesday.
to the Taylor resolution, believing Santa Rosa and Seminole. age, iron age," wa
that the house will act in due Mrs. George Anderson visited rela- T.lIcher-\Vhat age are wo living

course and according to informationit Tallahassee-Total marketable pro- tives in Starke Friday. in now ?" I

may already have at hand duction of crops in fifty-one of the Willie. -"The hard.IJfJilecalCl.\ .. '
sixty-three counties in Florida Roy Denmark, of Jacksonville, visited Vancouver Province --I I N

St. Petersburg-Seven typhoid] amounted to $72,032,138: in 1924, says relatives near Lawtey Sunday. I
fever cases in St Petersburg. the THE I'NION FOREVER: 1-
biennial statistical of the
source of which is believed to be in- the of agriculture report which will Mr. Si.sk, section foreman of theS. Yankee: Abroad-"I just bought a
department A. L. railroad here, was called to Rembrandt."
No Worms In ChildAll be ready for distribution at an early Charlotte N. C. last week '
a Healthy on accountof I Patriotic A American""" ,11. American V
children! troubled with Worms have an nn- date. Twelve counties failed to provide the death of a relative. :Sir Edge- Wars are good enough fur me.!"-
health color, vbicb Indicates poor blood, and u. enumerators to compile statistics
rule, then I Ia more or leis stomach disturbance.GROVE'S I j I I covered in the report. If these coun- I lion dollars. The counties that failedto Jlldl j MJCHELINCord
.
TASTELESS chill TONIC lliven regularly<<
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood. 1m- report were Broward, Charlotte, The Quinine That Dues Not Affect The flail
.prove the dlimtlon.and act a> a General! Strennthenlnt ![- Collier, Fla"'.". Glades, Hernando Braus of Its toots' and laxative .efTrrt LAXA "Comfort
Tonic to the whole ayttem. Nature will then ll'' till) for the 65 counties in the state ']highlands, Lake Levy, Liberty Monroe rivE DROMK QUININE; Talik-u can be taken V'wrwrrnnFecgM '
throw off dispel the. and the. Child will he I ., I ,
or worms by aayin without canntnd.n nerr.mme.eorrloqmg Inn d e Iart h r r .
bl perfect health Pleasant to tab. 60c per bath I'I would be approximately nienty mil- and Semniole. la the betel t.W.G5uVLS.igaatataeuboa.: 3m. wuh.wrFunpne r. ,.






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FIIW.n.l'ltIJ.. 21. 1923.:
FLORIDA
COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE.
'I .. _._.._ BRADFORD --- -
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.. .- --- ----- ---- 1 was the guest of A. C. Hall Monday. Iia visiting friend and relativehin..- i I --

:Misses. Lucile.) and Clemmie Hall this week.The ,

1 attended church at Waldo Sunday following proi-ram vva- ( ''irillucttd ,.

evuning. : J "by the senior B. Y. P. I'. at

| ;Miss Odell Wilson of Waldo spent the Baptist church lat ;Min-l.i1., ,:: i- '

_..-PCieiJ Sunday afternoon here with Miss fling, gioup 2 being in charge\ : 0J w

Jennie Payne. Subject: The Will of
-:- I Lesson Text: The i-ecnn.l. > halt,f?'
"BROOKER

-- 1.of Philipiiins. J. .. .... .ML'- _. .....-- .
Song: Wonderful Words "f Life .- .. -.. ." --.- -
unci UH 23.-W.: S. Nabb of U- -
I ThornM H lirooker April Prayer-Prof. Carl Lawhorm" N
.. Sampson City was the guest of his '
!
--------- Song. Give of Our Ik-t I' th- make shipments -
I 1(jdaujrhtur, Mrs. L. Morgan, Tuesday. you can
'I 1IU.llll :-iT\I I I'EDEIIA'fION i !Master. I
MRS' IIl1 (.S IIOSTKSS TO Mr. and Mrs. Luther Souh, of
I
SIEE'I: lNh: ; ,i Lladl'rr"( II. B. Peeples. ; Direct to
KKADIMll: ; l.K I I --- '''Williston, aro here with relatives for The Bible reading was from the I

circleof, the :Methodist The Tn-County: Federation of Womun'H 'a few days books of Leviticus and Numbers
readier lines
The : the
I Interesting Mrs. !Mott of Williston here I on
charmingly I Clubs held an ; was points
missionary s.mety. was ; i I Miss Flora Wills, who has charge
from I I meeting in the woman's club building part of last week with friends and ''of conducted,
entertained :Monday afternoon the dally Bible readings
I I Wednesday afternoon at 2:30: relative's. of the Southeastern
four to sx, by :Mrs. E, L. Biggs at !the service in a very interesting man/
o'clock. I L. L. Johns. of Sampson City, was
her home on N. Walnut street. L. A. Davis president of the here with friends and relatives Tues nero
the after- Mrs. Express Company.
The interesting study for the Song: Under Ills Wings.
led by Miss Amelia Ray Tri-County Federation opened day. I God's Will und Man's Will in Contrast
noon was .
being meeting with the Lord's prayer and I A son was born at the home f 1'>11'.
consideration Wills.
book under -Miss Flora
the now 1\1 rs. Louis U. Hill acted as secretarypro and !Mrs. S. M. Mott Monday April
"The Task Ahead. A scripture I God Always Wills to do the Best Route Shipmentsthe
tem. Minutes of lust meeting read your
leader and
lesson read by the 13.Mrs. Thing-V. B. Wheeler.
wan after which the treasurer K. A. Keeks in
Ed. and approved was shopping
prayer was offered by Mrs. M. E. I God Never Changes Ills Will-Miss
wardll. read a report. Starke Wednesday.Mrs. I Wilma Alexander.The fastest way

social The delegate from Lawtey were: I. W. Pinholster, of Tampa,
After the lesson a delightful \Vorlti Created by the Will of
Mesdames E. 1) Wells, Kflle Miner, was with friends and relatives Sun-
half hour was spent. !Mrs. D. E. God-Mrs. V. B. Wheeler.God' .
and R. U. Thedc. day.
J. T. Moore
Knight sweetly sang "Louisiana Mesdames G. M. j| Rev. Proctor, of Lake Butler, rilled Will Provides for us-MissAnnie
accompanied by Mrs. P. II. Starke delegates: I I I !Mae Wheeler.
blossom,
solo Sistrunk J. L. Peek N. D. Wainwright his regular appointment here Sunday. 1fiJY
instrumental God's Will is Our
Long and us an 1 RedemptionMrs. -
; her : and J. M. Mitchell. 1,: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinholster, of
Miss Florence Andrews delighted" L. J. Wynn.
Jacksonville delegates: Mrs. Frank Jacksonville were with friends here
listeners with "The Bells of !Moscow." | The Prodigal Son-Miss Ada Nlm-
fruit Jennings :\lrl.! P. Capen, Mrs. Ion Sunday.i .
served tempting mo.
The hostess LSarnett and others. I i iMacclenny I T. P. Ward was shopping in I
salad saltines and iced tea. Finding and Doing the Will of God
und Lake Butler were AlaiWia\ Thursday. I
Baskets of petunias, vases of -Dr. R. M.! Foyer.

Easter lilies and roses formed attractive not represented.) I I Recitation: Bring Your Union Up
I LAKE BUTLERLake
club
the
A report from Lawtey was
I
decoration for the reception -Miss Alice Bleach.
Mrs. Louis II. Hill and Mrs. '
given by
the dining room glowing -r Reading Not I Will Miss
while : as
room in J. II. .hitch spoke for the Starko club. i Duller, April 21.-The: WoolUlIn' sl1tirrko

nasturtiums were used.PIUIiAY The following Trt-County? officers.: { Club held their regular monthly Kathryn Weest.

elected '|meeting i at the club room Monday. Song: Stepping in the Light. yaat ns.1afpm.DIII via. Bouth....m Ea-
AFTERNOONKKIDCiK were :
President Mrs. L. A. Davis Starke. !Mrs J. M. !Mann, president was sick I Benediction-V. B. Wheeler I .TM* tad Indicstiii* th. transfer point you an Mraf f....
: CLU1I and could not attend her office was There i is preaching at the Baptist ferwt n r.la.p petals oo UM HUM of lb. SoattMuurn Ea.
Vice president Mrs. A. C. Strick:
i i I .
Mrs. J. L. Peek entertained the land, Lake Uutler. filled by Mrs. C. II. Drlggers. There I I church every second and fourth Sunday Pr.Company

Friday afternoon bridge club in the I Secretary, Mrs. Louis JI. 11111 was quite a large attendance. After [, by Rev. W. B. Hicks of Waldo. Pot fartMC InfanoAtiaa e.Ldv. W iwdac ...m awthod efftsttc

library at the club house baskets of' Lawtey. the business meeting refreshments I I{ Preaching at 11 n. m. and 8:30: p. m. .lta. Uaa.,w pdw, .ddr..M
served. 1' Sunday school and 10 a. m. B. Y. P.
were
I
used decorations.After Treasurer Mrs. T. S. Dorman Mac:
red lilies being us
,, U. at 7:15.: a. K. KUSSBU. O. FU.FtockU .. .
several delightful rubbers of ,, clenny. Dr. II. E. Dinkle, presiding ldur of :: a. .
I'j!i J. F, Rouser! of the Southern Jeck-wm.
the Jacksonville district, preached at' manager
bridge it was announced that Mrs. j Mrs. 11. P. Capon, sectional vice \
F. L. Turner had, made high and the president, talked on subejcts of vital the Methodist church Friday and Express here states that liO '

hostess presented, her with a box of interest to the club members. Saturday evening to a very attfnthe crates of beans were shipped from I']

t beautiful Htulionery. Mrs. J. L. Fra-f Mrs. L. 11. Hill spoku on the subJect audience. Dr. L'inlde has many our town lust Tuesday. The strawberry j SOUIHEASTEMExpress

zeD made. low und wan consoled with' of highway buautilication. friends here who are always L lad to'< the crop is good this season and I
i most encouraging item to' the
welcome him.
i Mrs Ion Harnett, of Jacksonville
a set of tulleys. I 1
A son was born to Mr.\ and Mrs. farmers as well us the shippers and
At the clone of the afternoon the gave u splendid talk on the subjectof
hostess served n delicious salad the wonderful "World Peace John Dekle last Tuesday morning. [consumers is berries and vegetables I +
'lore' In demand and bringing good Company
course and iced tea. Movement. Mr. John Pearce a highly o t">em-
cd farmer of west Union prices. Let us look on the sunny side
i
The guests included Mesdames C. I Alms\ Maviu Uleason State) Homo county passed -
of life.
F Hoover 0. L. Deasley, N. Stern Demonstration Agent of Tallahassee away Monday\ night. Interment

berg E. M. Johns S. L. Peek F'. L'I &gave a very practical talk on home was maJe in the Swift Creek cemetery i the A.Hampton A. Durden hotel has about the interior of L

Turner J. L. Fruzoc Wyman, demonstration work; said that the Tuesday. The completed.
M. Mitchell, J. E. Corpenlng Miss\ State is working industriously to Mr. Friedman, manager of the i' large dining room is picturesque,

-able> Weller, and Mrs. Taylor have more Florida products used instead L. Joselove Dry Goods Company, returned the walls are stuccoed and tinted In'' .
beautiful h..1
I a ivory. The tjilJou :
Belcher of West Point, N. Y. of getting things out of the Friday after an extended visitIn -"'

state Florida has just as good, if not South Florida. I and other furniture in the room' are !

> (UM:' > MATRONS: :; CLUH better products than other states and Willie Dekle who is in the garage colored in ivory and tinted with blue 1 J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
The
i draperies used !
home industries should be cultivated. business in Frostproof, came throughin are white and 1
The Young Matrons Club was en- Pictures were shown of the girls in his car Monday to visit his parents blue to match the other articles.. The

tertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Tallahassee learning to make hats. 'Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dekle. He was accompanied ,color scheme is also carried out on I

J. F. Kickllter Jr., the quests beingMesdames Hewing, altering dresses canning by Miss Frances Prevail, ,the floor which is covered with new I INSURANCEAGENCY

\ Vivian Sanders W. M. She of Frostproof. lineoleum in the colors of ivory and
vegetables raising chickens etc.
'. Wainwright C A. Knight, C. N. also talked on making the home attractive A fishing party consisting of J. white. I
U. J. Davit! and l Mrs. Homer I.. ESTABLISHED 1886
Christy both inside and out, planting Douglass' Deputy Sheriff Rogers, | FIVE MILE
II. Limbaugh of Tllllaha" ee.e Mike Klondes
I I flower and grass. returned Monday after I

r rl; s .\ delightful/ afternoon was spent Mrs. Frank Jennings chairman of a week fishing at Orange Springs. | Five !Mile, April .-Friday, STARKE

,/1 with social conversation and sowing, international relations spoke Interestingly ,1.J.V.. Jones, who has contract workin 17, friends and relatives APril/ ,

/: and last but nut least the hostess on club work in general. Tampa, returned Sunday to visit the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. I. ,/ FLA.'J

: i nerved delicious ice cream und angel I Lake Butler extended. an invitation his family for a few weeks.. i Dekle to celebrate his 72 birthday >

{ food cake. to meet with, them} November: and G..o.V.. Alderman of SUirke, was anivcrsnry. I

Tho club will meet next Tuesday I invitation was accepted. visiting relatives here Tuesday. Ho Siittir-luy Mr. Hurst /gave his crew I -

yi afternoon with A. Knight. During; the social half hour Mist brought a nice nine pound bass with heir families nnd a few intimate

Ft.OWF.KS' .MEMORIAL: : ( 1. I AY Florence Andrews played Kachmani- him which he presented to W. A. friends. u picnic at the Scout hole --

olf's Prelude in C Sharp Minor. Miss Dekle from A. II. Johns of Starke W. II, howling left Saturday fora GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

The members of the various Sun Andrews is a talented pianist and It was highly appreciated by Mr visit with his son, Bryant Dowling

day schools' arc requested\ by the plays with marked expression. Dekle. I who is ill at his home in Jacksonville.! &

local U. I D. ('. chapter to bring bouquets I The executive board was hostess to Misses Williemae Johnson nnd Mrs. Mattie Drawdy and !Mrs i, I RITCH

of (towers to Sunday school this meeting and at the close of the Margaret Townsend of Ocala spent Alma Drnwdy were guests Sunday. of IEPRESE: :'>tT TilE- 11RCT r.E\-.-JHNr.I -

next Sunday, und the same will betaken 'afternoon served sherbprt and cake. the week-end in Lake Butler with Mrs. I.utatott.!\ I INSritANCE COMPANIES( : FIRE:

to Crosby cemetery in the afternoon -' The decorations were of amaryllis their parents. :j I i !Mrs Belle Dukes and children, ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOIIOIJILE.

and used to decorate the ,1 lilies attractively arranged In floor Miss Blanche Roberts spent several Pauline and Oscar were here Friday 'I 1 BONDS LIABILITY

soldiers' graves. Committees to take I baskets.. days last week with parents and I i'I j !Mrs Addle Blume and !Miss Josephine ADJUSTMENTS

charge itt the (lowers at the various friends. Blumc were shopping in MADE PROMPTLY

'. Sunday schools arc as. follows: I MIDWAY !Misses Lucille and Rozelle Doug Dukes. Saturday.

1r Presbyterian Misses Lucile l lass entertained a number of their Mrs. \
Mary Johnson visited her
Midway, April :a I.-Mr, and !Mrs. '
?f..I Mitchell and Evelyn Stump. G. W. Johns. of |friends with a party Friday night. mother, !Mrs. Lilly Johns, Friday.
here
'f'} Baptist-Misses. Elise Jones and Sunday and were Rylander dinner guest, were of her After several games were played de- I N. If, Stokes, of !Miller, was a visitor ,- : We can charge your
]lu ions
Canova. refreshments of lemonade Ice- here
H. Mary) brother. J. O. Denison. Saturday YES
Iethodi..t-I\II"8 Hazel Middle- Mr. Jesse Cole. of Lake City was
ton and Harriet Rltch. visiting his mother last week. one reported a nice time. j I in Dukes Monday. Storage Battery In

Christian Bliss Rosa Daisden. Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Stokes of Miller Air. Ozzie Hall returned tn Jack- I T. L. Drnwdy attended a peanut ],1 I

Out of town person wishing to attended Sunday school here Sun- Konvllle Sunday evening. He had been ': shelling at !the home of Mr. and. :Mr-. ,

bring flowers on Saturday may leave Itiny. |here' attending/ the funeral of his John Carroll Saturday evening. I I

them at the home of Mrs. J.\I.! Al Mr. S, D. Denison and family of ,grandfather' Mr. John Croft. | Charlie Harrison of Worthington Smith's StarkeFla.
Mrs
varez. Nishie Coleman and children. was here on business Monday. : Garage
Jlampton, wore here this week.
returned Jacksonville I ,
-31 IING-tl ---- Mr. Fred Chancery of to v.oaeoMiss "" | L. S. Deklc. Mr. and :Mrs. David .
CIRCLE El': : : TilE IIOMEOF : Palatka Josie Bennett i. : who has been Ilnndlcy and Miss
Ruby
spent the week-end home Handlev of
MIJS. 11.\ UIlY at with his attending school
at tbe Jacksonville Lake Butler -
parents, Mr. and !Mrs. T. L. were visitors here Sun-
Chancery. ,
H< fluidness College has I West Palm Beach-Aftir n second
The circle\ meeting of the Baptist I The returned home day. I|
people are picking string beans
to spend two three struggle rivaled only by the one earliier -
missionary society wan held Monday I here this week. or weeks before I Mrs. F. I.. Prnwdy' visited relatives''
taking position in the day the big bull wh.iK-
In
a in
Jocksonville.
afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. M. !Mr.' and !Mrs' Williams were guestsof --.- Worthington last week. II' sought by Palm Beach sportsmen w.n!

Darby, the hixtrsies for the afternoon !Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Denison Sun IIA SIPTON: hero Ralph Glover of Punta Gorda, wall killed near the Jupiter Inlet. Nearly
Mi' and Mrs. T. on business one day last
living > Darby week.
iitl(> rounds of ammunition and
day.We seven ,,
N. Linilinugh, glad to Hampton, April 2-1.-Herbert Dur- I I I
, 't arc report that Mrs. Fort Pierce-The $.;00,000 harpoons were utilized before the
Tho devotional of the W. den who spent the week with his causeway -
pint program B. Crowford, who has been sick parents and bridge giant cetacean succumbed to the attack
; was conducted<1 by thu circle several days in improving. Mr. und Mrs. A. A. Durden has river across the Indian of
leading from a small fleet of boats. The
( l leader Mrs. J. J. Mullen, who road Mr. Roy Anders of Grooker was returned to his studies at Tampa. Ocean Fort Pierce to I first whale
Beach" was was killed near the Luke
AII'll.Vm.. opened and dedicat- ,
Jones
selections from the book of Esther here Sunday. of Theresa was
ed. A ; Worth
large inlet a day earlier after
t rowel a
a visitor here this week. witnessed/ the cere- i
and commented on the wonderful --- '
! PINETlTui Mrs II. R. !mony. II thrilling; struggle lasting over tourhoul'R
character of Ksther. May and mother !Mrs. !I I
I t -- and is now exhibition the
: on
T. ;M. '-- at
The circle voted ten dollars from llngan, were business visitors i
Pine Hill April 21.-!Mrs.. A. C. Ralnbo pier.Senatur.t .
to Gainesville;
this
the treasury n special offeringfor week. I I
Hall 'is spending, this week with her I Rev. E. S. !j ITCH KILLED I .. ... .
home mission work. ,Iaulhh'r11'8.: E. L. Youngblood of Taylor Illled his regular Phillip. Smith, Russell .-- ],. .J ,:> .. I
For sometime pat the circle has (;irahain" appointment at the Christian church ;I in :.to minutes wild and Kniirhteuk the extension of

had under their special rare I Itev. Ilr.LIlli last Sunday\ morning and evening. I Pnr-n-sit-i-ridv' for :TiO; cents St.itcRoncl No. ;2<, from" Starke vin

and Mrs. F. K. irnhani; of Farming- family Irs.Valt visitors r to Payne Ham111I and Mr. und :Mrs. J. V. Jones were visitors Sold In) Mitchell' Drug store. I Keystone Heights,, to, P.iI.iUa, in Bill, ,I '
were Kelly
Flexible Cord
ton New Mexico, who are to Bushnell last Sunday. 1 Nn
ml".lon'l I ......., :27. THE
aries to the Indian Monday a wire Saturday evening Mrs I. J. Priest is the guest of ...... ...io+i..!>+i.... ---_. the best tire Kelly

was received from Mr. Graham mat Mr. Roosevelt Hall, of Tampa Mrs.\ Ben Fortner of Melrose, this Attention; Meat Eaters has: ever built. In addition -
the later of last week
ing that his wife had just died. The spent part r arc; wet'k.
with his and Mrs. A. C. to gating the
I parents. Mr. long
uninterrupted -
circle made up a check for $25: and 110110 KIDNEY
Hall, und other friends and relatives.Messrs. Fish Fry at Fort Hurley AND: BLADDER mileage) for
wired name with word of sympathyto WAITEDu
Mr. Graham Herbert Home and Lawson At the beautiful antique, nnd historical REMEDY i which Kelly.s hate always

I I Youngblood of Louise, anJ Frank spot where we read of hearts
Articles were collected to be sent Watch
u 1 been
jour kidnejs, If noted this
Brewer and Berry Allen of Waldo filled with awe a Ash fry ( you have new Kelly
was enjoyed
to Mrs.the Elizabeth Orphans John Hume and at Mrs.Arcadia.Lucy were in our section! Sunday _.vening.Misses by some of our good citizens Satur trouble,: any symptoms, I..n't. Of kidney, or bladder 15-wood and tie Choppers. i tire affords:; a degree: of riding

Powell made and presented a beautiful
quilt to 1 be Kent to the orphanage. I and brother Roosevelt of Tampa have changed the woods about the bottle of Hobo human race. Get a Kelly I Sal loons.

The personal! ...service chairman attended the party at the home of fort rang with merry merry voices Remedy at nre.It's .Kidney and Bladder STOREFor I

made a good report of visit to the Mr. and Mrs. Youngblood Saturday and laughter. The beautiful waters i\ punhc'ib balm : We have them in a size

J' lick, helping the needy, etc. I evening in the vicinity furnished plenty of take with that you can Informationhabitual to fit
Mrs. A. SI. Darby and Mrs. Ray !Mr. and Mrs. A. C. (Hall and sons fish. Resides fried fish all kinds of i A setae! safety and surety..1 I I jour car.Fireproof.

Newsom Roosevelt and Clyde, and :Mr. Hall's good; eats were enjoyed. Those In attendance treatment of Hoho Kidney and ,I
were appointed as flower Bladder
a i i Renu l ii i,
I I nek-e, Mrs. Willie Reynolds, and were B. Johns and family. [ > guaranteed tof
j committee. Mra.
George C. White give f
: daughter Carlie Mae, of Waldo have Swindle and entire -.ttifaction in most serious : Constipation Cured I Garage
were family, Mr*. J. W. i
In
1 was appointed secretary to take the case. 14 to 21 Days!
1 pine of Mr.i. T. N. Linibaugh, who 'I in Starke Saturday. Hagan and son IlI's.Iarll'll'! Colley, Your druggist "L X-FOS WITH! PEPSIN' a sr. taly-l! I
A crowd from Hampton had Uh Misses Reba sells it. STARKE FLA.
hiis r .iigncd on acccr.nt of leaving a ( and Bessie Maxwell I prepared SyrupTonic-L .xatlveror habitua! | ,
J fry at the rid, here Saturday. Miss Jessie Williams It
1 Starke. I i They Ruxel George HOBO MEDICINE COMPANV Constipation. relieves proaiptly and
caught 1 1. .,f fish and all had a merry and :Marvin Williams. They all should be taken regularly! : for 14 to 21 days I'
I" At the close f Of the hush-I .eyyinn i say I
hid"loCO again." Beaumont Texas to induce regular action. It Stimulates and ,
the hostesses served. II )me.\" .!li\ > ..J..,' I I
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. bUc
I and iced tea. Jlv>| 1. .V ll.nl\ .f Ila-iipton.; .Mrs.: S., :M Simmons' of :Maxwell, .j.. .. .....!...i+i.i+i+. per bottle.


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}.IUO.\.. APRIL 21. nas.! : BRADFORD COUNT1 TUB GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA

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The J. J. Dukeison Camp, U. C V. Mrs. O. I. Bentley returned Wednesday -
: will lir entertained. on :Memoiml I afternoon from Tampa where j X/?' IF YOU RAVZft : '
I I \
Listen tiny> at dinner b> the \". 'r. Weeks! she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. MalariM.PtI0B.Slek) Dumb. HMdachn. .Cocftlv*
]Jits of I. :ll hnptu I t.. 1 U. Cat the :Magnolial'nfe. \ ,I C. Durden. Mrs\ Hoasley was accompanied I I sod HowtU HnlchMii, AIIU your food Sour Sli ilo.>nw> =i
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Iiniiir, will bo served at I'ta0:!::. \ home by her. sister. Miss' I .ulmllst. you h BOTutt's .ppeti.. ,

InformationConcerning The bathing in Kingsley is Jdinette Durden. Pills!

Fine now. diet your new "Svlm.Jiap" Among the out of town persona attending ill r m.J U...
I Our People Business and at Mitchell's.. Latest styles the Tri-County federation I IIn

FolksThey of the and Town.r :\ on di.play.Mr I Wednesday afternoon were, : i Supt H. B \\iggm and Prof. S,
Progres County JI
:Mrs M. P. Capen, sectional t ire S. Povvlnv,\; went to mie-.Mllo! Fridii -

I I \ anti !Mr.. Win. Wagner and son, i president; Mrs. Frank Jennings Mi'*, : '< to .itHnd 1 I the isi i mtion' of county
II... of Ion Burnett, all of Jacksonville; and sl.It".1 euiiM-nntt-mlrnU and high
-- ----- Fun-port, N. Y., who have been ,
Miss Flnviu Gleason State Home school principals!
:Mis J. K Kickhtc-r, Jr., spent Sunday I I :Mr. and Mrs\ J. W. Morgan and wintering in Miami and St. Petersburg Demonstration Agent, of Tallahassee
Jacksonville.. Walter Wills of wero guests for a few days this
word the m Tampa, motored to l
to F. l- Stumpviis the prominent -
a among
week of
say Pablo Mrs. Sidney Church and
Sunday and the
spent day. Ruudmustor S. of attending
Mrs Vivian A. Bryan and wife, business men Starke 1.
Sanders.
wise is sufficient let N. Sternberg and family spent Sunday of Baldwin, spent Ml'vernlllllY" of this to business mnttris in Gainesville -
so in Jacksonville. |I Mr.\ and Mrs. George W. Marks, of week in Starke with friends and relatives Thursday! and Friday.

the iDeLand, were guests Sunday of her Mrs Vivian Sanders and little son dipt. Bryan has charge of the
me slip you word Spring of "SwintNapa' parents, Mr.\[ and Mrs. A. M. Darby. 6
i opening left Wednesday for Fairport, N. Y. |I reconstruction of the line from Bnlil- TRnt' I.E nom i WAYS
at Mitchell's This week. _ She was accompanied by Mr. ands|j win to Cnlllmn, ns w..1IS\ building
and that is this: Don'tpass I Miss Myrtle Strickland, of Kings- I Mrs. \Vm Wagner! who have been, the new line through to loses, I the entire An Austrian barrister tells of a
J. M. Truby was a business visitorto Ivy lake, is spending this week in visiting :Mrs[ Sanders and Mrs. Sidney length being laid with ion-pound! black fellow charged in a country
up EVER WEAR Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. I Starke with her sister, Mrs.\[ E. W.I I Church.. rail. town with stttiling His solicitor de-

Hayes.[ ided. to put him in the box to !rIve
HOSIERY for any hose and Mrs. G. !M. Inman spent You Kids Summer is coming, Any youngster! enrolling in evidence on his own behalf. The
Friday in Jacksonville. Beauty and service "Swim-:; and )ou will soon be going to the Junior First Aid l.eiInnd! magistrate being doubtful if ho unit
that is being sold today. Kaps. Newest designs on display the Lake. Let Corpening enroll, paying 12 rents will receive direct r--tood the nature. of an oath, un-
II :5 more days: of $tump':; Dig at Mitchell's. you in the B. & It. Junior First : from Bauer & Black a first dcrt"ok to examine him on the point.
Especially don't give i I Sale. Aid Legion and be prepared. I aid kit, membership book and Miukv," he said, "you know what
Mrs. J. C. Stribling, who has been first! aid book. Enroll at Corpen- nil! happen to you if you tell a lie?"

these travelling houseto I Dr. W. Middleton: went to Jacksonville the guest of :Mrs. D. E. Knight, returm..j Dr. J, J. Bullen returned Tuesday I i injj's Drug Store.Mr. "M.v: oath below boss," burn replied Jacky time.",
Monday afternoon. | Monday afternoon to her I "me go down long
from Tampa where ho conducted
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home in Jacksonville. Tabernacle.I I I and Mrs. Bryant Hodges: and "Quite right replied. the magistrate -
house hose ;'services Sunday in the <
peddlersyour J. W. Andrews, Jr., business j l of "Ami now you know what will
was a While in that section of the state, he little daughter' : Marjorie Evelyn, "
I if tell the truth?
order for 4 or 5 visitor to Jacksonville Monday. I II Heautiful line of Bathing visited several other South Florida I:Jacksonville, were week-end guestsof I happen""'C'II, bo.VL'you. lose ','m cn.-"
I Suits at Stump's Sale.It towns. !Mr.\ and Mrs. A. 1' Hoffman. .
Ierall.C"IIII'"I"ory[
Sidney
:Mrs. G. M. Inman was in Orlando

pair when you can go last week for several days. I only costs 12 cents to en- Mesdames J. M. Brownlee, W. L. 'I' Among the Starke people motoring school attendance, \Uprovided
I Wall, R. A. Weeks, of Brooker J. E. Gainesville were !Mew
roll in the li. & It. Junior First to Saturday !
this
to store rightin 11 pounds Sugar for $1.00 Saturday for in a bill by Hl'pr"'nlnti | -
Aid Legion, and Corpening't j Wilson of Cocoa S. T. Dell and !Mrs. dames O. L. Bensley, J. L. Peek W. .
at J. C. Manning's Cheap Cash \Vhitaker of HilNliorough'ENTAlKOf
I Drug Store will enroll you. Graham, of Gainesville, spent Monday : [ E. Middleton\ J. M. Mitchell\ Misses i
Store.
your home town I at Kingsley Lake at the A'eeksI I Alice Thorin Ailcen Alvarez Lucile'

and buy one pairat Dr. and !Mrs. E. L. Biggs motoredto Homer B. Limbaugh who has been cottage Mitchell Turner Gussie,, Mcssru.Mae Bennett J. J. Tniliv.\, nnuBolle ', '[ % n
Jacksonville !Monday evening. visiting his mother, Mrs. T. N. Llm- I
Mrs.\ O A. Mitchell D
left left Wednestiny Gerald Middleton and EugeneTin I'nerMr
bnugh, Saturday for his new
a time as need for Rithmoml Va., to visit her
home
you at Uunedin.
!Miss Sara Malpas spent the week daughter, Mrs.. R. G. Harris. I II and Mrs. L. A. Davis i Mi I,'. und, ( COLUMN !
Gainesville with friends.
end in j I .
them and better jI matured Jin ksonville .
get J\1rK. Edward Burns to t
I :Mrs L>. E. Knight and her guest, Mrs\ J. W. Andrews, Ji., an'd Mrs. und the ilnv. ,...
!Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Melton of Mrs J. C. Stntiling, and Hollis and Friday spent
Day-
E. I I.. Hirers went to Lnvvtey Friday
hose for lessmoney and taw were guests lust week of Mr.und : Paul Knight motored to Gainesville to attend a birthday dinner !given ;, ---.. 1.:() G \i.Jo: 1'1'''' ,,01"11' Sweet Potato 1

Mrs L. V. !Mooie.; '. Sunday afternoon.Mr. I for their father, Mr. R. J. Roberts. )' Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston and Ih'IIII"W leadv." $1.7pel'/\ .
see what you are buy- A.I who has reached tho sixtyeighthmile daughter Miss Margaret, of Tampa, thousand K. L. Browne. Near ;.Ji
Col. and Mrs. E. M. Johns, Col. and Mrs L. A. Reynolds returned post in his life. motored hero for the week-end and I (;Jreen' Dairy It.
There is silk Z. Adkins the week Saturday morning from Lees- of Miss Kate Livingston. \
ing. no are spending lnl i were guests FOR RENT; -Furnished. lower four t r
Tallahassee. j I burg, where they attended the funeral On Tuesday the following party ..ifKtarko Mr. and !Mis. Livingston wore room apartment, sleeping porch,
hose made that will of Mr. Keynolds' mother. accompanied. by Marcus F. Brown
men went to Jacksonville to bath and garage, Or will rent theentire .
See the new styles in "Swim '! attend a meeting of the Masonic and Clifton Brown, of Tampa, who house 7 rooms Also upper ..
wear any longer or look Kaps in Mitchell's window. |, Since the opening of the highway Grand, !Lodge-: W. Hayes, P. M. spent the weekend with relatives l in door npparlment of five rooms, ,.'
I there are many cars from Jackson I Barefoot f.'. F. Stump, N. Stern- Starko and Lnwtey. bath and large front veranda Mrs.\
better than EVER- Miss i Sinah Moore spent last week ville and other places that come to berg, A..1. Thomas, J. M lI1itchell'l Phone, 12 .1. 4-21-U "bJlllmri'k
any in Jacksonville with her sister, Starke on Sunday afternoon. H. J. Davis and Freeman A merry house party from Gainesville )

WEAR HOSIERY and K. B Alvarez. 1\1rs'l spent the week-end at the
so $1.0! ; < silk and crepe dress Mr.\ and Mrs. J. II Bitch returned Stringfellovv! cottage at Kingsley SEED l'EANUTS R
them Carr Colley, of the U. of F., spent i goods reduced to US cents at Saturday (evening from a motor trip Ink,. The party was composed of Mr.
why not buy at Sunday with his mother, Mrs. W. A.I' Slumps Sale.Mr. down the East Coast. Mr Ritch attended and Mrs.. Arthur Stringfellow, Misses. N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea-
(olley. | the Rankers Convention in Mary Parker 1\I"'rl\w.< Ellen Knowlus, puts $1.00 per bushel (Four cent
home. Prices are very I \ and Mrs L. A. Wynn had as West I'IIlm! Beach! and :Mrs. Uitch Iji Force I'ontnine, Moroni Dial, per pound) f. o. b. Lowell. Fla.
Mrs. F. L. Turner, Mrs. MamieGanm guests recently: Mrs\ E. N. Alexander I visited her .sister Mrs. C F. Say lex. Me-srs Bert Hiitson, Harry Williams H. T. HALL COMPANY.
reasonable and are as and daughter, Lillian, spent'the I I'I' and son, Hadsell, Carl and of Miami. lob Pierce. and l Marvin Clifton 1-0-tf. Lowell, 1la.
'' week-end in Jacksonville with I Ward, Miss\ Daher und Leon Alexan-
follows relatives. j Ij der, all of Jacksonville.Mrs. -- .
: 'I' .. j

Cut tlowers for sale. Lots of Easter J. R. Williams, of Cltra, Mr.\ I -
No. 121 a dandy silk hose comes ilu-s. Mrs. Cady, Kingsley Park, at'' and Mrs. Henry N. Leroy and daughter -
in all colors )Price Kinitslt-y Lake, Starke F'la.2..tf I IMr I
II Miss Blanche, of Alachun, were
I guests Sunday of Mr.\ and Mrs. 1\ A.I Statement of the Condition of the
and !Mrs G. A. (Collins and'' Scott.
750a daughter, Jean, of Lakuland, were recent I

visitors to Starki' Mr.\ and Mis II. 0. Limbaugh and
pair --- little daughter, Marjorie Jean, 1\11'\ i,1 j Bank of StarkeAt
Mrs\ W. M. Wainwright spent the T. N. Limbaugh and Mrs\ Emily
week at :Pablo Beach with Mrs. T. D. Philips motored to Gainesville Friday '
No. 22 a Pure thread Japanese Clark. I afternoon.
Silk Price j I -- ..---- the close of business April 18th, 1925

Ladies' Silk, Linen and : Notice: After May\ 1st, the regular
Broadcloth dresses on special meeting of the W. O. W. will be every
$$1.00a sale $;.J.ys at Stump's. second and fourth Thursday night,
which will bo two meetings a month '
pair James Shepard came up from instead of every Friday night. 'I
South Florida and spent the first of !

ho"e,1 the week with his family. i,I Senator D. E. Knight and Reprexentative j K ESC URGES LIABILITIESLoans
1'0.270 a long wearing silk E. M. Johns spent the weekend -
all colors Price I Broom Sale on at Manning's while at home with their families und and Discounts $115,839.01 Capital Stock $ 15,000.00

they last.Harold returned to Tallahassee Monday Surplus and Undivided
I morning Overdrafts 592.35

$1.50a C. Wall, of Jacksonville, United States Bonds 11 550.00 Profits 12,126.41
spent the week-end with his parents, 'I New Spring and Summer Deposits 210,854.70 :
pair Mr. and Mrs.\ W. L. .j shies in "Swim.K ips" at Mitih- Municipal Bonds 14,000.00
ell'oI. Cashier Checks Cutstanding 466.70
House Furniture
Banking ,
Mrs M. E. Edwards, Misses Mable and Fixtures 9,265.19Tax Certified Checks 31.07 '
No. 31 a pure thread silk full Edwards: and Sara Malpas motored Rev W. F. Dunkle, presiding elder
fashioned hose Price to: Waldo Monday morning.(. of the Jacksonville, district, prraihcd Certificates 400.48 Other Liabilities 3,514.61
1
at the :Mith".di Other Real Estate 5,934.35CAS
Special reduction on fiossard and while in town was tlv
$1.65a Corsets and Brassieres at guest of :Mr. and Mis J. W. White. I II ON HAND AND DUE:

!Stump's Sale. I
I FROM BANKS 84,412.11
pair I The It. & It. First Aid Kit I is

Mr. and Mrs Brooks and little worth. ;50/) cents. It contains,
daughter, of Jasper spent Saturday e\er> thing for first aid treati Total 241.993.49 Total 211,993.49
Js'o. 29 a pure thread silk full and Sunday hero with friends. I i ment and only costs, 12 cents at ,
('orflenin 'H frug.Store.
fashioned hose Price I
Mrs. J. E. Wilson of Cocoa is the I
guest of her father, Col. W. T.I I 1 I Judge and Mrs. Go. A. Gardiner 1I
$2.00a Week spent the week,end in Hastings with' I
--- I(}I i their daughters Mrs. Z. J. Roberts
Mrs John Shrivor and daughter, I 1 I and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington. I II :
II financial and
pair Miss Marguerite, returned Monday I This is a SAFE bank; not alone in strength
after a week at Pablo I ICorpening's I I Rev und :Mrs H. A. Tucker M. B ''
spending (Hull Muses: fame Ugloi und Gertrude backing but safe also because of its conservative yet progressive
Xo. :39 a pure thread silk with I ,
U A lutiis !left Tuesday for Kustit: ,

silk top Price rolling boys and Drug girls Store in the en-IJ.X wlwr, they,, will attend' the. r'reshy-, I, policy and because of its steadily increasing resources and
tiiv." in '-10" there thi* week
It. Junior 1'irst! Aid Legion.
$3.00a Call at the drug store today. --- -- -- business.

-- ---- From the cheapest, that'sgood "

pair See the new Spanish Itandanu"SwimKaps" <<.1 'Io the Best that's made. convenience comfort and
: at Mitchell's.Han We give our customers every ,
'I IIT'IIEI.I.'S nitre; :STOHK!::

Uoree, of Jacksonville was abusiness U4Cc12L i assistance that a good bank can give. LET US SERVE YOU.Bank .
Tho /ro
Bring this advertisementwith ,visitor to t.II'ke'edne..-

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all next week :\ ,. ., "ii1L''teasmflfl45lirPir16it7CRIIpQIAilx:' : >

you Mrs: May Jones, of Stuart, is the ,,a COFFINS & CASKETS r5 I
and receive a 10 guest of her sister Mrs. W. E. tllldlo.ton
per And Full Line of
on West Madison street. a

cent discount on your :Mr. and Mrs.\ II C. Richard, of Pa- 9. Und.rfak.n' S.ppli. of Starke I

EVER WEAR HOSE I itka, spent the weekend with his AUTOMOBILE: HEARSE
pur- '\1\I.th'r., :Mrs. Emma Richard Always on hand. The best service -
: at the lowest. price Special -
chase. I :Mr! and :Mrs. Fred Beck and son, attention to telegraph or- THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICEE.

left Thursday for a motor trip ders. Registered Embalmer. R. J. DAVIS Ca.hierT
President
I MATTHEWS,
S.
Florida.
South --
through I
NAT STERNBERG DeWITT C. JONES
I :>IM. T. J. Griffin and :Mrs. Emily STARKE. FLA
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PACK SIX BRADFORE COUNTY TELB GRAPH STARKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL 21, 192 .

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f FLORIDA'S HEALTH I SAMPSON CITY

SHIPPERS TO GET I
Health Notes published by the Sampson City, April 21.Rev. C.

FARMING Florida State Board of Health, Is sent Crosby, of Starke, filled his regular
FARMERS and BIG CUT IN FREIGHT free to any applicant, and is a publication : appointment here Saturday night and

worthy of a place In every Sunday.

,, -- .. -- Florida home. Each issue contains In- i Messers. W. II. Smith and W. S.
Decision of I. C. C.; in Washington to TICK ERADICATION: AND formation of value to all practical Nabb were visitors to Jacksonville
FARMERS: AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED! TO CONTRIBUTE; I
Bring Drop, Says Burr "MFENCE": : LAWSHanging citizens of the state. From a recent Tuesday.
ARTICLES: OF FARM: EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND issue we copy tho last paragraph of Friends of Mrs.\ S. E. Jones will regret -
j SUITED TO Otlt COUNTY; Tallahassee, April 17. Floridshippers
I) IO HE llt.SI' nice Health suffered attack
she -
roaming: cattle and < art! article on Florida by to learn that an
will substantial
reductions -
}i} ( receive new sub-divisions don't mix, so on State Health Officer Turck: of acute indigestion Monday.
in the freight rates uncle
( the eve of a legislative session In "The climate of Florida is the most I Joe S. Williams, who has been employed -
the decision be handed
to down
PKKMCKYU; EfS; ; NOW I CONTROL: :MELON APHIS WITH noon Florida we learn of many local "no- I i equable on the continent, and is re- I in Sumner is here on a visit
l"
the interstate Commerce Commission -
'I ", IN:. \\ATKIt i.\SS; FOil NICOTINE: 81'U'ilATE SI'ItAY ( y fence" bills that will be presented to< markably healthful. It lies betweenthe with his mother, Mrs. Josie hall
in the Southeastern
at Washington I
,
I Ii HOME. LMi NEXT FALL ( The melon aphis is giving considerable rate case, It. Hudson Burr, the assembly! by various progressive Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic : Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Starke,
communities within the state. I nc'-un and us a consequence is swept here Mon-
During spring and Hummer, when / trouble ir some sections of the chairman of the state railroad com was a professional visitor
there is an abundance of eggs and the state, particularly around Willis tor ''mission, tuld the joint appropriations Of course it is pant time for the by both gulf and ocean breezes. In : day.R.
y enactment of .Htate-wido "nofence"law I the southern part of Florida lies that Lee and Jim Gibson, of Gaines-
: price is relatively low, it maybe ofI according to observations made by; | committee of the legislature. a
:a, advantage to preserve some eggs for I M R. Ensign, entomologist and pathologist | (huirmnn Burr appeared to uric but a good many communities vast area stretches known of as which the Everglades have been,(I ville, visited friends hero Thursday

winter use. Flesh eggs properly preserved I for the Florida Agricultural increases in the amounts fixed by the still prefer the sociability; of the great l I evening.W. .
:
may bo kept about eight l Kxtension Division. This aphis causes ''Budget/ Commission for the operation range steer and the razor-back hog to '|'und are still being drained and turned I'' H. Smith and C. B. Brown were

", months in excellent condition and damage to watermelons, squash, cucumbers -''of the Railroad Commission; during!! human neighbors BO we'll have to I into valuable lands. Farther down'I I II visitors to Starke Saturday.

used with good results. I etc., if not controlled. I the next two yearn. He said that the ride along for a while longer in low 1 and at the extreme' pui4li' of Florida, Hiram E. Jones, who has been em-
of which have
Eggs used for preserving! should Growers in tho area already Infested Commission wanted to be of the Koar.: These local "no-fence" bill are the 'Keys, many ployed at Sumner, was called here

r be clean and fresh and infertile, : should Hpray at once with nicotine greatest possible service to the pea, help to make till going easier In |I been spread by deposits of vegetable last week to be with his mother, Mrs.S. .
Pf into habitable islands. In the
( Eggs that are badly soiled should sulphate. The 40 per cent nicotine pie of the state in compelling the many localities fur those who want to< growth/( E. Jones.

not be used, and W.I..IHIU will remove sulphate should he used, 1-2 pint railroads to maintain adequate transportation help make Florida a better place In northwest, is a hilly rolling/ country, Joe S. Williams was business visitor -
which to live and we sincerely hope a continuation of the Alabama up-:,
facilities and equitable
tho which prevents of
protective coating to GO (gallons water. to Louise Friday.
,I spoiling, according to N. R, Mehrhof, l Where one! is spraying with Bordeaux '' rates, but the additional funds win! the legislature will pass them all |1 lands. Almost everywhere the water Val-
lies close to the surface which is dot- C. B. Brown spent Sunday in
poultrymun for the Florida Agricultural mixture to control disease, i iin It needed for the employment of experts I'i: spite of opposition here and I ::
c, Extension Division. I possible to add the nicotine sulphatc ''to assist! the commission in preparing tin,, ic tick eradication is making I Ilel( with springs many fresh, of imI dobtia.

4 The water glass or sodium silicate to the Bordeaux solution and its cases. steady' progress. In some .section I mense size and crystal clearness The :: Mr. and Mrs. T"Uby Dyal and little

,-f': method of preserving eggs is a vl> ''I spray for diffuses and insects at the Because of the failure of the Ion' those who huve been opposing it admit I' mean annual temperature of the I, daughter, Doris, of Graham, attended -
r. good! method. ry'l I' sumo time The 10 per cent nicotine isluture to make public funds avail ;. that it is the right thing but state is about seventy-one degrees. church here Sunday.Mr. .

t4 Take 1 quart of sodium silicate to III sulphate should be used in the pro- able, Burr said, the Florida fruit either they don't like the Live Stock I' The soils, generally, are sandy and Horn, of Louise was a visitor

quarts of water that has been boiled I portion of 1-2:: pint to 50 gallons of Growers and Shippers League had unitary Board or the State Veterinarian I Eight, except in the northernI I hero Sunday.

and cooled. Place the mixture in ti I the Bordeaux mixture. found it necessary to spend $26UOO so they fight it on that ac part, where loams and clays predomi-
I. five gallon crock or jar. This will bo Growers in other areas would dwell from its private funds to assist the count. Can you beat it? i| nate. On the higher levels the terraces FLORIDA U NEW YORK

1 xufncient to preserve I in dozen eggs I I to watch their crops and if infestation commission in its rate Investigation Georgia's watermelon embargo las I are covered with a magnificent f I II I I During 1921 the New York market

and will serve as a guide for the is noticed, should spray at and readjustments. spring made some friends of the tick growth of pine while the lower levels' took 20,852 carloads of Florida products -
quantity needed to preserve larger( I I once. Representative J. L>. Smith, of think differently and it awoke a lot of are timbered with cypress, the hammo'ks' compared with 19,02! in 1023.!

numbers of eggs. I Jackson county, a bitter too of all indifferent ones to the fact that i it (dry elevations) covered with Ten leading products in order of their

Method: Select a five gallon crock> I I CLUB: IIOVS TO GATHERAT : salary and other increases, said that costs money to keep Mister Tick on |Ia great variety of hardwood and importance were oranges, grapefruit,

and clean it thoroughly after whichit STATE UNIVERSITYVEEK [ I the was in favor of giving the Com full rations in our fair state. The I palm trees. tomatoes, potatoes, celery, lettuce,
..
should be scalded and allowed to \ OF JUNE; 11-13 'mission all the money it needed, if i iI It embargo still stands against trans- -- --- cabbage, beans, peppers and water-
dry I was accorded at the same time the portation through Georgia of melon GUILTY melons. Florida leads: in sales in New

Heat a quantity of water to the Approximately 100 club boys from I power to force the railroad to adopt bedded in pine straw or any other "Judge, your honor," cried the pris- York in early cabbage, string beans,

boiling point and, allow it to cool. nearly every county in Florida\ will fair and equitable rates. material that also provides transportation oner at the bar, "have I got to be celery, cucumbers, mixed vegetablesand
a When cool measure out 1) quarts oi gather at Gainesville Juno 8-13 for 'I Chairman Burr said/ that the establishment for the tick. Various methods tried by a lady jury?" tomatoes. Early in the season

: water, place it in tho crock, and add the tenth annual Boys' Club Short of uniform rates as tar were resorted; to a year ago to "lie still," whispered his attorney."I Florida is practically the only source
:1' 1 quart of sodium silicate, stirring Course at the University of Floridu I:as possible was one of the objects of break it but I'ete Uuhnsen, Georgia' I won't be still! Judge I can't fool of new potatoes, strawberries and

I the mixture thoroughly.The I These boys, who are wfnners in county the forthcoming decision in the state' veterinarian: was adamant Pete I my own wife, let alone twelve strange watermelons. If the present demand

eggs should be placed in the so club contests, will be given a week Southeastern case, and that Florida was implored to use discretion but women. I'm guilty!"-Service. continues to increase what will it be

lotion If sufficient eggs are not obtainable I of Instruction! and recreation. {i would' fare well in the readjustment he didn't know the meaning of the TKOVEM"You in ten years from now ?

when the solution is first They will be at the university dur- of freight schedules. word and only cars that provided no I POINT) "
made, additional eggs may be added ing commencement exercises and will\ | The committee approved appropriations rendezvous for the pest that many; say you come from Detroit,
\1 Aj''j from time to time. Allow at least two 'I witness the graduation of the class of totalling $12,000 for the cm'ployment Floridians profess to love, passed said the doctor to his fellow passenI -
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the :' of trained investigator, I ; "that's where they make automobiles -
t inches of the solution to cover ll)2li/ from the University.! Inspira- through.
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eggs at all times. tional talks will be given also during I accountants, and stenographic reporters isn't it ?
I There will probably be all\ kinds of I U a prescription for11I1arl'I
Place the crock InI/ cool, dry place, the week. 1. W. Hill, In charge oboys' to assist the, Commission and bills relating to tick eradication before I "Sure, replied) the American with Chills and Fever
and well covered to prevent evaporation. and Iflrl. club work in the I(raised the annual salary of the Com'mission's the session and there . present Dengue or Bilious Fever
Southeastern State, will ba present secretary from $2,400 i aI' i things in Detroit, too.
may be! some spell-binding oratal'y"plUed ; It kiss the a'rrni.To .
''year 2 7:'0.StNVANNEE. I "Yes, I know, retorted the doctor; !
I Using Preserved Eggs Fresh, (during the week, according, to un an- to > in behalf of the expensive pe.tby

I clean eggs, properly preserved, can I nouncemcnt by R. W. Blacklock, boys' I' ---RIVER- fledgling statesmen, but we trust i "I've ridden in 'em"-Store Chat. Cure a Cold In One Day
, bo used satisfactorly for all purposes club agent for Florida, who is In ''no 1
set-back will be the
given movement SUBSCRIBE TO .

) tiHtonn
I This stream having its source i In lake LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets
L. in cooking and for the table. When j I for the Short
('harlCof nrrungomonts the Okevfvnokce in Georgia, now! underway. Friends of the i TilE TELEGRAPH thr Cough and Hradache and work*off the
Swamp,
eggs preserved in water glass arc to Course. I < .,hF.\ W. GROVE S ilrinaturi- each boa. 300.
ndminstrution believe
that GoternorMarlins
i I and for miles
flowing through mn
bu boiled, a small hole should be made :, The boys will stay in dormitories many \ progressive) nature insure '
Morida to its mouth in the gulf, is rc-
c I* in the shell with a pin at the large; at the University while at the Short now ned. over the world in one ot his approval of 11 better live ..tuck !I "COllD BEI1ER fERTILIZER CE MADE WE MOULD MAKE\ IT"
end before them In the water, ,
placing Course
I America's most famous Sous, sanitary law if the present law is to "SIMON PURE and GEMBRANDS"now
songs. list Mixed Fertilizers-
the recreational activities t Get Jaunary price
so UH to prevent !! Among be disturbed. The has already
should used in says it is the most popular altin governor !I ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment
pfvd Preserved eggs! l he planned Is n swimming meet at Poe established the fact that he intends
| America. The river comes Into the 1 Not the Cheapest but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,
& the home next full and fresh eggs: : Springs, where contests will be held< to be and should hc ,
!governor
state from the north and forms the
l produced then sold at a higher price !I and Instruction in swimming given. : Dusters and Duets
even favor and not actively assist i In
sold for ,_ __ ___ dividing line between Columbia und
than fresh be now. u.
eggs can fresh e 0 Hamilton counties; turning west i It the passage of the stronger law his E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville! Fla
Do sell
'N not preserved eggs as I I
divides Hamilton and Suwannee influence will be of great value.
;
fTK8-If preserved eggs are sold at NOME; DEMONSTRATION: One Is
thing certain-th Florida
south it divides Suwannee
all, tho buyers should know they arc !i AGENTS' REPORTS turning em
that know
we today and the cattle I
the west from Madison and Lafayette,
preserved. I I I. e and in turn the latter on the east tick don't harmonize. One might as

(fiOOIl COWS, WELL; .lEI. ). Taylor-I taught two women how from Alachua and Levy. Its larges well ay that Florida is the natural rcl Puzzle
Cross-
l'IWIIlCI'Jlla:1I: : MII.K: ON I I to make mind use Bordeaux mixture tributaries are the Withlachoochei and proper place for lice\ and bedbugs [ Our

TIIK l'oJl\ [-ltSl'l'\: FAKM: as a spray, and treated one garden and Santa Fe rivers. Besides the outflow and for that reason such pests:
with nicotine sulphate this week.lltilsboroughISerriea I of a number of spring, the most I must be undisturbed. Let's don't forget -

To those who doubt that Florida I selling notable being White Sulphur in Ham that the tick is the principal factor -
climate and Florida'' feeds and good are not llton county one of the well known entering into the high( cost of ;Mrs.[ Lee Yocman gets the credit j working it. Next peek, we are going

1"loridCOWH, will produce plenty of I no well now, and home preserving resort sections of the state. At Its milk in Florida and that we can nev- for the puzzle this week You'll find a I i to give you a puzzle that will test
and in
milk, John M. Scott animal Indus- ,I canning are going on many: I mouth in the gulf is an island called er hope to raise improved beef cattle few puncation marks and a few rela- your religious knowledge. Just

trialist for the Florida Agricultural homes. I Bradford, distinguished for having profitably on a big scale as long as: lives, but outside of that it's a pretty !I that (' we would warn you, in order
Experiment; Station, is e'h'ndintho I I I.ake-One dub meeting; whore a fresh water vegetation although it III his presence is tolerated. Let's remember -I you can get a half dozen refer-
Invitation to "come nnd .e..." There ,I: tomato conservation demonstration largely made up of salt water: I that we are importing all ot: nice puzzle, o.nd we know you will all are hooks from the( IIbrar '. You'll

are four cows. in the University of (I was held, wax attended by 10 women I mar h"8. The Suwannec is navigable our good beef and at least twenty I get the maximum enjoyment out of ,I need them.

Florida's herd that are now producing :I land 10 girls. Other demonstration: for iiiite| a distance from the coast million dollars worth of dairy pro I '
20 gallons of milk a ,day, or live were given in the county during the It i is crossed at seven points and ducts annually because some of us:
gallons for ouch/ cow eVl'rylay. like the tick.-Florida Farmer.riiKTILLmtt L s s r ela
I
(week. From now on for several week: I touched at two by railroad lines in- :
Those cows were raised at tho University there will be many tomatoes going to 'eluding\ : the Atlantic Coast Line the i
tq 'r I of Florida farm and the I canned. Souhuurd : PALMS: IiVti
waste if they arc not and the Georgia Southern
C mothers of all but one were raised I I and Florida. Tho Seaboard road fron.Jacksonville
!Moat palms require fertilizers to I ee Is 16wa
there. I Suwanneu-Although the poultry; I west crosses the Suwan
maintain!
k = o In speaking of the reaioii )or thishigh ,, association ill only four weeks old, I it nee at Ellaville.I ; un active growth and thrif-

41 production when the i.vcrage has u standing order for 42 crates II 0 0 1I i 0I. ty appoarnnci' Coat manure and I u iea9
;'N for the state Is less than half ho i ro- i I week und has never received less than I EXTRACTS ground steamed bone, in equal parts,
duction of these four cows. Mr. :'cott 1 35 cents n dozen for No. 1 white infertile I I.* FROM ('OUNfYAGENTS' have been found to give excellent re- II Lo r- Ll LLLa
..:: REPORTS\ I
sults
as palm fertilizers.
had the following to say: I eggs.DeSotuBeginning. 0 0 0 commercial fertilizers Complete II t1
derived
,
largely
"The first reason for this high \ ro- / i.
duction I 111 the fact that 'he rows are Friday, April I Dado annuJrti"nA' from organic sources, are also sat I "
.f 'I10 (the different home demonstration 1 -At the 01tho It good ones-they are! capable i high ( .
production. Without this Inherent clubs of the county entertaining the Dade County Dairy Association One or two applications should be

matter how .veil i Is I Kivvnms Club each week for six it WHS decided to hold the annual given annually with un addition )0 31 32 ,
quality, no n cow
fed and cared for shesill! ||| not be a weeks. The chubs hope by this mean: I milk I of week campaign during the week) application/ of sulphate! of potash in
good producer. \to raise enough money to send a delegation May 40.( the fall. The potash tends to harder I s S. 3s 3 27

"The second cause buik of this daily of 20 to the Club Short Course..1 Baker-Have-heard of two outbreaks I the plant and supposedly makes it I

milk flow is good feed -ml ure. Tho In Tallahassee In June. of cholera in tho county. Have, I less susceptible to cold injury. Spring 3e ss 404a

cows arc fed about all ;hey will eat I Oltaloosa Much improvement i Is: treated hogs in the.community of one, i."'plications of rotted manures will 4L '
,' of a mixture of UIO pounds hr.tn! ICO( Ioutbreak i.1c good results with most sorts.
shown by the girls in conducting club, and will go to other community The *
pounds cornmeal, lOt pounds bright meetings since their junior count] next week and treat hogs around liser amounts Of commercial ferti
cottonseed meal and M foi-rli alfalfa council meeting recently. there. required will vary with size of
meal. In addition to thii i.ra n mixture painand type of soil on which they HORIZONTAL IS.: Preposition

they are given from four to rave Voluaia The Home Products Exchange Duval Considerable interest his I are planted. Large trees can use up 1. A relative 1;. Hue
pounds: of alfalfa hay and /about five at DvLaml observed the firstI been aroused in this county over eel to 10 pounds to advantage. Smaller 5. Piece of furniture 18. Whinny

t pounds of timothy hay per head anniversary of its organization bj cry growing as a result of the successful trees require proportionate amounts, 10. Crucifix 20. A color

daily. A mineral mixture, including I, conducting a special market on Friday growing of the crop, in a small Where palms arc planted on lawns 11. The lowest female voice 22. Meadow

bone phosphate, sulphur, salt and und Saturday. An Easter window way by two truck farmers this sea the fC'rtilizet'lIIay be effectively applied 12. Word of negation: 28. A fruit

i copperas is also given with the feed, dl"pllwaH arranged. One dub, laps Many acres have been planted to by making holes in the sod witha 13. A domestic animal. 27. Bleat of sheep

and plenty of clean, fresh water is I woman has. taken in $1,070.30 througl dairy feed crops in anticipation 01 crowbar u>r like instrument. Such 16. Permit 29. A black man
available to the cows at all times. the medium of this market during building silos. for storage later in the holes should bp about a foot apart 17. Punctuation mark 81. Printer's measure

"If dairymen and farmers of the the past year.l'lilUl'CE. season. Encouraging results In d.lrywork and extend out as fur as the spread 19. A brave manOtherwise 32. Abbrev. for court
state will use better sires' and breed in the county are being obtained. of the palm. The fertilizer is poured 21. 33. Snake

better cows, then give them plentyof INFERTILE l ; : EGGS This week I inspected 20 farm I in these. holpa, after which the hole is 23. A tree 31. An eternity

I good feed and water, it should be possible The United States Department ol f, where a large number of chicks are closed by pressure with the heel. 24. PastryDecorated 83. Age

to greatly increase the present. Agriculture estimates that farmers I. being brooded with phenomenal sue- Newly planted trees should be'klPt 23. lower part of wall 37. Used for rowing

very low average production of Florida lose $ ir>,00i>,<))00) annually from bad 1'1'118. following program of this department well other mulched with leaves, grass, or 28. Squad 39. An Eastern State
1 cows, which is keeping Florida methods of producing and handlingeggs litter, and nt no time be allow 30. Extend to 40. A direction

tho foot of the list of .states" in Rv..rasre One-third of this loss is preventable BrevarJ This section was well ed to suffer from lack of moisture. 33. A monkey

production per cow. because it Is due to the partial represented by growers at the meeting WHICH SIDE 33. Piece of coarse fabrla

Vocational agriculture In the high hatching cf fertile eggs which of the State Horticultural Society Most folk in walking along a 36. Self GR MMAR

r school helps' train Florida farm boysto have been allowed to become warm in Euxtis. Itrovard county was singularly road use the right-hand. Now comes 38. Spill
be better farmers when they grow enough. to begin to Incubate. Fertile. I honored by the society's acceptance the American Automobile associa- 40. Girl's ramaPertaining p A I R I R 1 3

I I up.) If your .school has such a course eggs cause blood rings which make of the invitation) of Cocoa to tion i'Jf'i11' safety campaign and say 41. to punishment p L U i TENT 3

already, help boost it. If not, begin the eggs unfit for human food. ( hold the 1020 annual meeting in the the side i II the safe side. On 42. Male voice I j'A G A T E 5 ,-

plans to have it added next year.A As soon as the hatching season is second largest shipping point of cit- the right-hand side the cars come be- VERTICAL
over cook, sell, or pen your roosters rus in the state. It will do much to hind you. while on the left-hand they 1. A vessel I ts TES R PER U

legume not only increases the The hens not running with a male stimulate local interest in horticulture come in front of you In full sight. 2. A slipknot N A G I L E
production of crops which follow it bin will produce infertile eggs. In- 3. A kind of bedAbbreviation
in rotation, but furnishes a valuable fertile eggs are quality eggs that Enough highways| to circle' the 4. for our Saviour G A P A C T

feed In itself. keep best and market best Wakulla Began treating hogs earth, 8&,000> miles In all, are scheduled 6. An exclamation E O N E L NI 5 H E

against cholera Thursday and have for construction in the United 7. The wholeSeparate
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza A brush and can of kerosene States during A17 E 17 A S T I R
are treated 97 hop during; the week. 1925 by various state 8. particular
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: : Tablet remove rood tools to loosen dirt and rust, so Okeechobee-Much of my time this highway departments.! Good roads 9. Putrefy M E MOO N

Ih. ea..... Then U only one"Drama QuioUM." that bearings may be properly adjusted week was spent in control of the citrus are coming to be a reality in all 13. Company (abbrev.) I ii.R N T A U R
E. W. GROVE signature on bog Hk: and bolt and nuts tightened uphis and the melon aphis. states of the Cnion.7t' 14. Beverage






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FUin.VY. APRIL 21. 1925. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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in the state.: Kctchum said:;: however, By amt. ..,11.. '.t I Ir. _. '01""-i I I IitriIn.' at Talahauce. "Klurldn on the 18th M. U. w. Carlton

that "the day of the open air naturalization I .) bill; JinVnril' I. I 'J1Ceaaty : _. _._ .... tiny,iiuorinimtinir of April A.tlu> O Slarhu$1923 for Dewloulnir letters. patent Company I I T. N.Slernherir
is rapidly passing" and that .... ... CtUgi under the fullowlnic prnpom-d charter r Krndrlck
[r[ Legislative ] firm basis with Pal. due March 1. 1028By ____..._____ 740037 tO'WltI : 8. S. Dowlmit. '
Proceedings the "Klan is now on a I nmt hiMtid, ... ._h_ ._._.... UJ.60 I I ARTICLE I. J.Roy 0].E..1
large, membership in all sections of i The ,,"nlo of the corporation hall be A. M Darby
the state." He believed, he said that To lull ilin \llll 1. I"I.'S. 7.117; .77 1'.n 1.1.., I'll'..'il.mrnt. Company and It. nrlnicjiml A. L. Alvarea
Onlatandlne* Inau4naa .
; r. i pliuv "f htuliieu shall bo at Slarke.l I fl.GMasonj
legislation aimed particularlyat To bal. dmMarch.. 1. 11)I'D 2808.80 lorttln. .
any i and It bu lne, *. hull be conducted' W.
Telephone and telegraph companies where no physii-iun attended deceased one class of people was bound to Hy "n,'. cnlUvUil. .._ 5..17' $ tlit r\. niul' nl' other point. throughout; the H. A. Edw.rd 1
would be given the rights of before death. I Unhid Hlntra of America a* may bo neccniy *- 1..01
I 'create unpleasantness because it was To bnl duo April; I. UUft' --.2"6..2 *' or tontenunt 4.IO.lw
condemnation in connection with the j Ceuaty .,'..1.1I I
'not ARTICLE ..
I A house voted,I unanimously : in keeping; with the principles of I nGRirp-a SALE
erection of telegraph and telephone j I committee -' To bal. duo March 1. 1025 0018728.03 The upn< ral nature of the lunlmi., .hull be
for favorable action on the bill democracy of Florida as a whole He \Hy 11II\'. eolliieUil 1 ..-. 83650: to hiI huae. mortyBKe. incumlur, own
lines in Florida under Senate Bill No. i ''added that Mr. Clark's measure I ;i.,'. mil. convoy ."ili-.lnl.le. "nl end Notice U hereby ai\en that under anti' .
83, introduced by Senator M. O. 'I providing for the reading of the Bible To bal. due. April I. 1MB .-IHInl' \. 11 ''develop eb-,1ir.in, of land Into town' .ll..'.. i virtue of those two certain W.I. of .. ,
in the public schools. RepresentativesJohn would cause no worry on the part of COUNTY POLLS I I f.r., and otherwuio to buy own. use lion l.*.ulnir out, of and Seat, of the
Overstreet.Life To bat. due March 1. 1825 ... 712.00 rent Circuit Court of Bradford County,
*
I Florida Klansmen. ---- pe."n.1 property o every kind : to
A. Taylor and Shelton Phillips Sly amt colluded -.-.. 10.no Construct contract for the ...n.!motion those two certain I Judiiment therein"d'd
for the toper will be hard if spoke in behalf of the measure rep I I I l! of buildings of all kind. to buy tell, ing wherein the Clll"n. Dank of ( a
!| An amendment of the acts relatingto To bal.$ du April 1. 10.11 BI.00 hold and otherwine dl\>po>o of all of rorporatlim I I. tho and 0. ..
the Florida legislature the bill I resenting Protestant denominations.and .. oiI'd .
passes .
Total II.' fleheel |I ". bundi. note*, and B D l>yal. .U.ly. are the Defendant
introduced by Representative Taylor ;, Rabbi I. L. Kaplan and Marcus pensions is sought in Bill No. 10.2 j', To bal. due March 1. 1921 -13B73.51 |I ,.. broker. facton.' a.eolnl .lrl.It *. and which two, Judtimonta appear onnconl
offered Senators and By amt. collected! ....287.110 profit to contract to and with other for In Judirnient Uook Nt. I. on page $15
of Highlands county to prohibit Endel, representing Jewish organizations j| by Knight | aiv.rttsin. elllnu and of the holdi and lit. repccttely.! of the of

drunkenness in Florida. Not only does I of Jacksonville, opposed it. j i i Smith. It; provides a pension of) $125 To bal. duo April 1. 1025 ____._____13805.91 I Inira. of this corporation dUpualnii for communion. or i I< Union County. Florida. a 1',101.," Ro"l. of !
annually for Confederate veterans'who Road and Rrtda: Bond I otherwise to contract and with oth.... for naiil, two Judirnienta. being recorde t In ForelitnJuiluini.nt '
the measure provide severe punish I ) To Bal. d.... March) I, 1UJ5 -._ .33709. 7By ''the. construction of street. *. road, alde-walka.. Hook N.... X on pane 20V and 21O
ment for the drunkard but it would The ten million dollar 1025-27\ appropriation served in the "actual line of' amt. collected I .-. 641.70 j I land dme >, pnrk and olhcrwW! henutl- renpecl"Ivi'ly, of the I'ubllo Kicordii of Brad

also force him to divulge the source bill is due to run into 'duty of not less than a year and who1' Ifytnii, :I.w for ubdlvlaluni Into farm* and, ford County. rturida I have levied upon and SwIll
To bal due April$ I. l'125------------33064.97 town .1. : to for the i rectfonnnd utter for ale and nil to the hlirtinit. and
of his liquor supplies, or else be heldin rough seas as it gets onto floor of the ;were in the service at the close of Total Sub-Srhool' Honda i:, ,,.no f. e"nlme,.t anti oiiernte.' beat. bidder, for cash the umlUlded interest of

contempt of court.Reapportionment 'house or representatives, it developed the war." The bill also would pension To bal. due March 1, 1IUI .... 4181.MBy lurht. water planl.nt: to make. 'copy; and the. laid. U. K Uyal "n.t\ U. Uyal. In tha
I' amt. collected" ..-_ 70.95 j certify nlwtraeta 111. I In lamb. and lo following' ,proiwrty ..$ County Flor
when Representative J. D. Smith, of 'widows of these veterans in like ''guaranty the 11.1. t operate' Iran. Ida. to-wlt :
To bal. due \prll 1, 192*.. 41H71 roail.*. boata line the I
of senatorial districts -,{ Jackson county a member of the amounts. .al purpose oftbeautifyinir | rim Northwet quartir of Houthweat quar*
Widow P..aI.a Fame! and dipoonic! of It. holdintni, lull, tir, except 111 .. tilt,I the west : alothe
which is to take place at this I I house appropriation committee announced To bat due March. 1. 1IUB 468.ISBy not to charge for transportatIon thereof; Cot HouthwcMt, quarter.r. of $.." .100 .

session of the legislature probablywill that he would bring in a Senator Phillips of Lake City introduced amt. collected$ .-.--_891 i, to do nnd p"'on such other acta and thtnua north of branch except 2 1-J acre. qua..

be confined largely to Southern I minority report opposing the swcepny a bill appropriating $200- T. bal due April 1. 1D2K .. .__ 41114! a to* time may to be be.done.ary and or performed advlaablo from In ..develop tlmu South Northwest.lIn.. .corner.. i\\. ci'ntalllni In Section 40 XH.acre Township, or>.

Florida. An unofficial agreement is salary increases' and other ad. 000 to enable the immigration bureauof 0. W. ALDBBMAM. ing beautifylnic and m"rk..1nl It* holdinua h.... Said nale. ,. place on the 4th mol." of
I Clark. Cflrvnrt' Ooari. for profit lh"'lth other whetherespecially A I) I 1025. between the 'leiral. hour of
understood to have been reached I vances recommended by the budget the department of agriculture to (Seal) By C. A. rNIOHT provided 1..1 herein or not *o l..y.. ald day b'lnl a regular ..1. dny of

among members of the state senateto commission. widen the scope of its work in bring DaDUty Clark.SUPERINTENDENT'S tone a* mich acta and deed* lr not .,n'r"r' thl* Court. aid, to b In .. of the)
I .to the 1.\a of the State uf or .h. Court Houao, In Sllrk.. Bradford Coun.
allow the six new senators authorized ing persons from other states Into : REPORT j I United 1 Statei of America.ARTICLK. 1..11. I ly tlorlila. 000'

: under tho re-apportionment law ;l Representative A.V.. Weeks of I Florida for settlement and to acquaint 3.I W. J. EPPEIWON,

from the southern of the Holmes county who hits been a member CntiMv. Kiitiarlntenilvnr .... 'I The amount of the capital tock hereof Sheriff llraiKonl. County. Florida.
to come part them with the state's advantages nnarwTal .1. i iil hall be TWENTY-FIVE 'riroH.IMMn not A. ADKIN3 '
state with the understanding that of the Florida Legislature for nt poun. achnol fund. far thi. .,00hMerck. af IU.
the northern districts will not be disturbed more than thirty years will lead the 1021.Genprnl Reh.fll Sand HOI.r.AK.S wholly KAC1I.; : ald tock to be paid for I -._______________
In with laboranI
in the course of the general fight in this session against those I Lines were drawn sharply for a'' nnl. $March ilurlnic I. 1925 month-_ ._ _.___.1021. 444.ft'1Kieiptjt trvlcee or to part be Hxed by.r.'v.. Hoard eah of, 1)1. MASTKK'S BALKNotice P,

which is bound, to take who are seeking the abolition of the -- -- rector* provitlinl,' 1 by law. And greatest I
shaking up fight in the house of rlpresentatlvesl I Warrant* umiinl during month -I 111585 mount of ) .
not eiceed ISO' .1100 00
lahll' .h,1 U hereby given that under and by
., .
Live Stock Sanitary Board and the Bnl. April I. 11)25------------------- ISO 57
at .
place. over the Taylor resolution providing I M.trl.t N.' I any .n. virtue of lh. certain (final deeree of t. ,
dipping of cattle for the eradicationof ARTIClE 4. cloouvo, and rendered the iiBrd,
for of horse-racing Overdraft Mnrch, I.928.. ...... 1.00R..h. ; on
an investigation Thla corporation "I.. for the periodof of March, A. I U. 1025 by Hon. Amoa Lewie.Juiliio .
.
Representative Gctzen of Sumter, ticks. Two years ago. Weeks fought I ; .* during month -_- .15 Ninety.NIno, .h,1 I :
II"
and alleged race-track gambling in of the 14th Judlciiil circuit satIng fornnd
Warrant liuml durlnx month
was the author of a bill placing a tax almost single handud for the bill pro Dade and Pinellas counties. The I Overdraft April$ I. 1UU5. ._ -. T.75 ARTIcLE I. I Inatiail of Judue A. V. Long of the
I
of five cents gallon on oils and all viding the present method of tick nutrlct H.. I The btmlneai of thl corporation hall be I Klirhth: Judlcal Circuit of Florida "dllqualitl
per house has before it two reports on Pal March 1. 1925 10n rnnductvd by A Preoldcnt I General Mnnnirer, ed in lint ci'rtaln cauve wl..11 The Fed
products of petroleum. Under provisions eradication and he promises to again the resolution from the committee on t Receipt$ durlntr month n.-- 272.An Vlce>rreldent. Secretary, r andHoartl eral Land Itank of Columbia, a corporation
take for ...... of of not U_ than three nor la comiilnlnant. and Hoy Robert, et al. ardefendHnl
of the bill proceeds from four up the Board, with which he Warrant .1 durlnit month -. 18500 11"wr
| public welfare a majority report favoring Hill April$ 1 I. 1H25. _. 08.73 more Ih'I m.lh...., The official of I'rrnU "*. the undenlKned. will elton for
cents of the tax would go to the state has been connected at times in a legal; ; the investigation; and a minority HKIrtrl$ No.- I dent fienenil$ Manntrer may be held, bv I ale and will oell I. the hlirhent bidder for

road department and one cent wouldbe capacity.The | Pal. March 1. 1925 ____- 220.03: one and the sam penion. and the office. of p cn. .in front. of the Courthoim".. door In.Slnrke .
report opposing the inquiry on Ri-ci'lpt during month ________ 497.JOWnrrnnt Secretary and Treasurer may he held by one Hradfonl, County. Horlda. on Monday
distributed among the counties of the ground that alleged failure of 'i fHmied ilurinv$ month 707.20 and the name penion The Raid officer. andrilrectora the Ill' lay of May A. ll. 11)25, d"rnl
the state.A joint resolution proposing an Ilnl April; I. $1028. .- 904 are to b. elected 'In the manner a* the legal! hour, of nle.. for the '
amendment to Section 0} of Article 8 'county officials to enforce the law at' IMnlrlct N. 4 provided' by law at the annual nuetlnir to bolleld eatisfyig< aald: final decree, the! followlnicileFrlh
Miami and other places is a problem Bal M..eh028.. 6\.10; I thi Second Tlleadny of llecemher of I ) ,',l i.'nl octal,., lying, and: being inItrif.rd
"stop" law was proposed in a of the constitution of the state of Ifa-cilpti during', month -._. .._. .HOUnrrnntH 'aeh year at 11.k.., Klorlila, at ouch linur; aa ('..lInl.. Murlda to-wit :
bill by Representative Getzen of Sum. Florida, relative to the election of for the executive department rather ,..,"r.1, $ ittirfntr. 'month-' --------10.1)0" ) may bo pruxided In the by-law, and "nll no I' North n'u'f, Southwest: quarter:: : t::
provided nt the hour of lirht o'clock M. cOst Soulhwet .4
than the legislature. 11111.,1, I I. 11125) .1180niitrirl i quarter i :
and of Seminolu. It would certain officers has been Introduced I -
ter Lyles county $ No. I I Ih"r. 1.\o.e.. the by-lawn may prmide.or west qitarti. of Northweet... quarter and '
require the drivers of all vehicles to in the legislature and is in I Representativ-' of ""I. March 1. inift .- 139.R5 nt ." 'nkhohl.. rmetlnir, they may went quarter of. Houthin 'quarter. of ....
Wutherington, Receipt$ .. diirmir month 00 authorlte the tfewly eleetid Board of fllreetom I 1\.1 quarter all In Htellon" 10 Township
"stop look and listen" upon approaching effect the first step to putting the Hamilton, was the author of a bill I Warrant. I 1..1,, ) durlnic nn.n month ._____ to Hill tIn office. of I'reeldcnt., ReneralMunnwer Scull Mann"1 .:"... e..nlal,111 170 acrea.t

railroad crossings on the public county superintendents of public instruction that would tax of ten 111. April. I. 10JB) _. -. 1404 Vlcepreiilent 8..llr andTreruiiirvr. I I APKINa.$
i place a per I ni.trlri No. I and nuch, olfieera, .1.,1., the I Hpeclnl Miuter.K .
highways of the state. in appointive positions.This {cent on the admission price charged Pal. March 1, HUB _.- 1 3Receipt m..o. Mhall have the nnm 1'0_'l and M. JOHNS.
resolution if passed would call by all places of amusement in the durlnit$ month -. 444.25IVerronO "uU. a. If elected by the atockholdera.AIITin I Solicitor for Complainant' 4-8-8t-S-l
One of the important bills Intro- for a 'vote on the amendment in the I l 111..1 l durlnit month 605.00Oerdraft .K I. I
duced in the house last week was that state. Alirll 1 I. I IMS. 124.10 Unll the annual meeting to be held the OF CUA OF HKVt.I .
next election of 1026. If it received 10"1 1 111" S.\.1
a I lil.lrlct "'4. TPal. """ Tiicailny In and until I
creating department of game and, (favorable vote of the people the legislature ;- Senate judiciary committee "C"i I March 1. 1925 _....___ 110.04koceipti t their MllcceiioorN 1'.1.128.' '1IaIOcod. tlf"fK
fresh water fish and creating! the office .brine.. month ___ _- 75 the followlnv hall the etflcera I I NotIce, I I. hcivby .given that the
of 1027 could l law meeting decided to return to the .1. undn"l"a.
pass a senate 1.n..1
Warrant i durlnit month $$0.00aol. t.. of this corporation. ..wll I ** Guardian' fur rarl Thomu,
of state game commissioner by I which would allow the appointment of without recommendation Senator I IKtheridgc's II April I I. III2B) .- 10771 A. rollini. l'reldunl tieneral Mnna.R. 'lliiima*. Minor, h.l. of II II .00. .. 1101.. I
Representative Harrison. of Palmetto. -I Dl.trlft 1'1.. I I I. .. I\.1. will .111" the llunoralile (leo. A.
superintendents of public instruction bill on woman's rights.
March .
Pnl 1. iwfl. 9477 M Vlee-prealdent. ,
t.anlinor; Jildift of llraitfiird' County
It is provided by the bill that the I by the school boards instead of having Tho measure proposes giving mar- !1 Receipt. durinir month. __ .-_....._._. 15.00 K. II. 'lola.. Hecr.>tary and Treasurer I I Moriila. un County the Jtlh iluy of April 1U2H. .1 10 '5
commissioner shall be appointed by the Warranta 'umucd durlna' month _.____ n A. rolllni. II. M Meld. K. I. W.I..h. o'oloek a. m for an order to .. private)
office elective.Representative ned the right to anti sell
women own .1
I Dal. April I. 3925------------------- $10977li.lrltl W. R. Toller and n l't. Knlvht.'
*al* all the Intvrret the lalil I In
.
I .
the governor and shall hold office two property and the right to sue and be (No. tPal. ARTICLE 1. I the following ihextribod, ll Inn.In altuat\ *: I Ir-
years the first incumbent assuming I Phillips of Levy sued in their March I 1PSIS.- K.ftlKecolpta Ppon' the death or realttnatlon of one or log In llrajfonl County. $tat. of ". :" to-
own ;
name. durlnit' month .............. more of the olTlcer or the remalnInir I
duties under the measure on the first county introduced a Jiill in the houseto dl.ln.
-- WnrrnntN to.l; l durinit month dlrectur' If any. fill inch, Iflciuthcant
of July, this year, and holding office make it unlawful to loan more WOODEN: 101)\08-: [ : 130$. April I I. I 2B. 10.81III.lrI. decency unl the next nnnunl meetlnir, and 'I quarter of S..ulh.l QiiarUr'Sietlon
., Three Ii). ( ), Mouth)
N. I II In the nil
until his successor be appointed.The I than 10 per cent of the capital to officers .ANI D OTHERSRepresentativeEnton Hal March I. $1925 ... 1901Iffilpt vacancy.a meetlnir no ,dlrelor. of t the remains Block hol.I.to hall such of Range Twonty-on ((21) KatI .

directors and employes of I ilurlnit month __-. 5,10Warrant h. called a* ,provided by law to ..eh vnoanelee. I I MA rrt Mc< I."NAC1I\N.
house committee on game of Alachua, '* umucd, ilurlnir$ month _.____ 11 I riitiinllitn fur inld, M 10r
banks. Neither would the loans be Hill;. April I I. 1U2B)' ___.un_-.- 177.13 AHTiriB I. Thl'* 20th day. of MI.h A. I n. 11)23.
headed by J. J. Fairish, of Titus- I permitted unless approved by the I qualifies as the star humorist of the I'l.triel 1'1... II The mamas and realdenea of the uberlblnir' 8.J7-6M-2I

ville, is drafting a bill to establish a board of directors committee I Legislature to date. His bill to require Pnl. March 1. 102B. _.- J84.01 Incxrpomtoni hereto with the number of -
or a Receipt, iliirlnit month __.-..__.-. 80.70Wnrrnnt shores of the stock vulmorlbed for byinch I'| NOTICE TO I.FITOIII AMI rilEDlTOHrlI
Commission in the dePartment cigar and tobacco dealers to .al.I..1
State Game thereof. .
.* 'hulled durlnit month 190.011 n* : I rmdllon'. navlnit el.lm
of agriculture with a state place wooden Indians in front of their I Hal; ; .\ |>rll$ 1, HUB' .- 13871 (i. .. Collln Winter Park. Florida 5hnre against Ih* E.IIII.of Kubort I I'. Jones, ...

game warden to control all conservation -I A bill giving the county boards of places of business is a delicate and ;. March. 1. tlUlrlct 192B __N.-__..IIBnl -._ $HUM I *M.. Fieile.' Winter Park. Florida" ft charts. ,I I I prmont llrnilfonl tlmlr, ,County, claim, i"lniia duly ..".1..1.*, will t

work heretofore handled largelyby public instruction the right to fix the delightful bit of irony that properly I lt...,..ii"u durintr month -_- u_- 720 1. n. Wright Winter Park. Florida R 1 the ... ,'. ailinlnlitriitiir,.. within
the counties' without state aid. I rate of tuition to be charged nonresident satirizes tho present tendency to Wnrriinla $uuuid ,,".11I1t month ._- 10100 elt: .*. yiar or thi'y will btt fnmvi"i. Imrrtd., and allpcraiin
I II Bill April, I. I.'.", .-. .. 2.74 W R Potter O.lan.I"I.rl,'.. 5 aharr I Indfltti l lo nald l IO.titti, are requrataUlo
Parrish has introduced a bill along pupils attending; public schools crazy and useless legislation evident i j M.trlct "''o. II I F Knight Stark, Florida., I share pay their ald debt* to Hie Admlnitrator

this general line but it It to be wad.: under discussion Saturday. in Tallahassee.Mr. I Oxerdrnft March I I. HUB..809111) O. A. COLLINS I I forthwith.AilmlnUlrator. .
I R'c'iit, .. diirlntf mnnth ._ __ --.-. 781WnrriintM II. M. FIKI.rm I W. J. Ip'JRON.
amended considerably before beingrepotted Eaton's proposed law is Just as j iMmieil. durinir. month 11600 n n wninuT of the Estate P.
Bb..
back to the house. Some opposition Speed on the highways 'nf the state wisp, just as sensible and far less) ,Ovinlrnfl April 'I. 102!&. 31747Plitrlel W. n. porrnit I J.nl.. PeoeaHod.Thl .
would be limited to 45 miles hour I N' 14nnl D. B KNKIIir. 10th day of March 1025.
to the bill is looked for on an l harmful than the proposed tax of 10 I I March 1, 192B -._. 419 BTATB OP HORinOIIANGB ,\, I l-SO-H-S-K 0.
under provisions of a bill introduced ... _. .,.
account of the power it takes away per cent on cigar and tobacco and 11..1 iliU, durlnir month n 12.60 COUNTY.Perttonnlly -- - -
by Representative Harris of Pmellas. I Wnrrnnt uuued durlnit month appinred before me a Nut..v NOTICH TO r'LllTtiVH ANI JCdlli '
from local officials in enforcement of !, the other slmilinr measures now pending f Pnl April$ I I. $$025----------------- 1759 Public nf the of Florida (I. A. Collin. '
Ilal
the laws.Abolition In congested settlements the limit before the Legislature. I ) .iriniIi".n-- B. M Klel.l.. WrlBhl. anil W. R Potter I C.IOt, and all por*..n* having claim
game won M be 20 miles hour. rXcrdraft March. 1. 1U23 __00 -. 8.81 who nrn incb well known to me tn he sonic of ... K laln of Andrew M lioTlin 'lal*
per I Incidentally it culls direct attention -. H;..e<.,ipl' ,* durlnir, month .. 1284 the t In.llvliliinU; described' In nnd who i.neeut.eil of Ilrndfiird, .roiinly. Plorula, ilr..,aod, will
of the death penalty in to the uselessness of some of the I, Warrnnta tallied' durlnit month _____. i th,. foreKointf ..Uol. nf Inoorporatlon.nnil priMont their claim duly; authenticated. ,, the
Florida is proposed in one of three The senate committee reported I, ,ll. \prll, $$ 1. HUB .-.-. 4.03 i.aeh of whom acknowledged' to and. IMIfore i I underalirniHl Admlntralor. within on. year or "I'
favorably on the bill of Senator procedure in the LeA"lslature-the appointment I lilKtrtrl No. II m,' that h. executed and aubiKtrilied hlnnapii thi-y, will hit fnrover barred. .n".1 pennn
joint resolutions offered in the senate of a Committee on Indians II,,1'1.$ March 1.. 1925 .____ 241.c7rteeeipta Inereto for the purpiwia therein' ex- to alil K tno( am to cy
Senator W. W. Clark seeking Phillips calling for establishment ofa I )' durlnir month _-......... 17.28 Ilnd.I.I.o I ,I debts. tim Administrator fortliIIAVMOND .
by state printing department. Senator Affairs, for instance.. Wnrrnnta. U.iud. during month _.____ p..a. WIIRRROr I have hereunto
amendments to the constitution of the I However, The Tribune 111.1.; April 1. llUft\ .__ _. 259.15 eel my hand and official toni at W,nter Park I II ROLLINS
state. Phillips estimated that the state Itepresenta.1 liuirlct N*. If In Ornnire County. State of Florida. this 4th Admlnlitratur of ",U''"', M llollln. ( .*. ,.
'! would be saved from $40,000 to $50- spectfully suggest; to the Overdraft March I. 3582 day of AprIl A. I D. 11125. rdIhi.
tive from Alachua, an amendment to Kect'iiit, "* ilurinif. month .- .-... 2.10 WILLIAM n. lath dy of March. A. D.. 1026.
Compulsory school attendance is 000 annually on printing:; done for the ,! Wnrra,,,'", lumied durinir month n'U_ (H,,,,11; I .AIIfV. 8-13-01-1.5
his
provided for in a bill by Representative various departments. l I bill. I; Owrdrnft Apr I I I. \11123------------- 33.72 Notnry I'ul.llc, for the Hint, of "1'lblo. -
I I Instead of a wooden Indian let the nintrlM' Na. II r.inre. My Commlinilon Rvplre July 23 NOTICE fslIooLEI ..CIO.1

Whitaker of Hillttborough.; I Representative Parrish of Drovard I bill provide that each place of business pIll Reciipt Marsh. durlnir I. Ii2---------------month __-. 64.96 361UHMIIHU 1II2H FlortHM. By the powi veated In them by the Lawaof

House Bill No. 114. Dy Mr.\ Williams introduced bill to authorize countiesto which is made the object of I IH I __ ._ I l cull lectloni) to .be
Ual; April 1, HUB 34.87 I'inionAlly nppinred before me. a Notary' IIr.d,1 ", h.ly
To provide for the furnishing assess an ad valorem tax not to ex- I special and unnecessary taxation by April I. 1925.BTATF I'lilillr, i.r tie MInt, of rlorldn II. R KnIght I TI.I.1.,1, JH. at the *chor>lhoimea ,

by the state of Florida of free text; cccd one half of one mill for tho purpose -I I the present LeA'islature-such ascigar I '! OF ri.naint.COTINry u hit I I. known t. me lo I be one of the Indlvlilunlif In 1.1. ,v. ,it.trlts numberedand "

books for the use of the pupils in the i of protecting and conserving stores places of amusement, ', I horeby or certify BKADrOnn.that tlio foroaolnv. .1.'.. ,'..rl..1 of In i and Incorporation wh. executed' and tie forevolnir whoiu'linnwl.lal I I I nail! named elect lima. )h.J.a."follo and_1I.lnl.' manager for .r

first six grades of the public schoolsin i fish, game and wild animals to appoint -i corporation offices phosphate mines 1 j: mont of tho ,...1".. ant dlohuniomitnta ol l to and before me that he executed I No. I Theremia. manager, O. W. lUlUon,
the Reboot fun'lii of Bradford Count*. for the and Hiitmeribed his name thereto for D W. M<.ire. S R Swindle
the state of Florida and to providefor > gam wardens. I I etcetra-be designated not by a month of Mnr, 0. $1U25, I I. n true. and correct the ,purrirweM, (herein expriwivd. i No H I nivtey.. managera., '1'. J. Terry. Truby
the levy and collection of a tax I.| wooden Indian but by a figure of a I to the beat at my kno i Dy Mr. Knight-Senate Bill No. wooden-headed legislator II IICounlv WIKtllrlS. i,et my. hand anti olflelal n.nl' at Htarke, Rrad I I No. 7 1"lklyn. manager, I. .C 1.1...
for said purpose and appropriatingthe HO preferablythe Suvarlntonilent. ford, ( ).. Florida thl* Ith day of April. J. I'. 1.1., Orln.. .
amount so collected on accountof -Granting a pension of $100 per author of the bill which Imposed I| A. D .102t' I I N. ,., .... manaiora. Win. Itarrell, 0
j month to Honorable W. '1'. Weeks, of the tax. I OKDKit$ Pole PUllS ICATION N. D. WAINWRIOIIT. I W. Ilarry Wado llarrell.
said levy for the payment of said I 'Seal Notary I'ubllo No ( K"lley. m..o...,. J. L. Underbill. C
| Starkc Bradford Florida.
county, \
text books and other expenses herein Evidently" judging from the proceedings In Clreu" Court, Klithlh' Judicial Clr.ult.1 I n I..hll. Colonel Croaby. I
of the Bradford County. State of Florida. In No. $10 Vanderhilt. manugon.. L. L Connor.
provided for and providing penalties 1 The house committee on convicts Legislature so far, ...ry.I J.I F M. Norman.
for violation of this act. 'decided to postpone action on the there would be no lack of models for I, Walter M. Fin-in. Cnrnplnlnnnt NOTICE OP EIECTIOVTO J 1AvVj, i.r" manager'N. I). Oreen I.I. .
these I I viaiumpp I. D. ReddUh. :
i Elliott bill to restore the use of the Impressive statues. -Tampa .. Carnpo. *t al. Offemlant TUB HOARD OP Pimt.fn INSTRUCTION ". manager. Tate Creaky, Robt.
Senators Phillips Smith, Russell lash in Florida until Tribune.A I It npprarfnir. I by nrriia'.t'. appndt'd. to tho OP BRADFORD. COUNTY IIalip.! Khble) Norman.
and Knight seek the extension of prison camps _' I bill flint1 i In (thp .,........111..1| caun that Glu We the umloralBneil taxpayer of fltark I 17 llnatdrnln manager. Wm. Cole-
members have had opportunity to .1..1.1 I I tat school ilfotrlet hereby petition D. M Moore, John Prevalt.
an LA CON: IAN MEKTS: IllS MATCH "prK" (.mpo. rnrmrlfnn, mpo hU win, the m:
State Road No. 28 from Starke via boar| to call electIon
confer with Commissioner Mayo to ilufvntlanto. hereIn trnmixl are mm nII.ntj* of ymir an 1 annex east L. W. KICKL'TR
Keystone Heights to Palatka in Bill I A certain lawyer who liked to snap'out thf 'ale of K)"ritla, and. Ih..I1...* ...I".n... half of aeetlon eleven election twelve and Chiran.
determine definitely what kind of his question to witnesses in I I uf (" ;';0. 27. legislation along this line is. desired one- .loj, Punt 2flth fttiMt an"l am nvf-r the air. of 7. South santo. 21 at also weak half of .action 'oiinly H"I.rln"'nd.n'.
{ syllable words more than met his I tw" nly-ontf' yi.ri) ,it I I. thfivforc oril, .,*(| **.*. and eight townxhlp t south ranuuJJ 3.27.11'i,
Provi-ling forth--distribution of t by the state government. Mayo has match when examining a clothing' thnt Mhl nnn-rfii.' | nt .IffrmlartU bo ami are. eaat : OKDl.ll Stilt .

motor vehicle license tags by the t declined thus far to take a position merchant. :|hn'hy: i; fI'.:tu In.**.all) tn l cntiKt*ppi'.
tax collectors: of the several countiesof i either for or against", the whipping l.awypr-"Naml ?" thi IMtn day of May. A I D 1U.'8. oth.rw.iM' A. P.: OrlfVUI. Iradforii 81.1 uf Florida. In Chan
bill but members of the committee th- ulUiratlcn. of Maid) hill will he taken M R E.lwar.l.If Cery.
the state of Florida; providing that; Witness-"Moses Solomon." enn'*-...d by >.ld' dcfenJonti. f. 8..nl. David' Strong Complainantv
motor vehicle liense tags shall be i hesitate to recommend legislation I.uwyer"nu..lnt''I. < ?" It t* further ordered. that thla order. .b. W. K. Dauarhortr I
,i-k for four annptiitlv J. M. Alrarea GeorgIa fltmna Defendant..
l bed w
pul one a
authorizing corporal punishment Until -
furnished by the comptroller of the \VitneIlR- -"Rotten." w. .,',. In th.* llradfofil. County T.l<>irraph. a W M. BilwantaP. aprearlnic by affidavit
state of Florida to the tax collectorsin i advised to what extent it would be Law'er-"Oom' nrooieprr. publlnh in ald County and C. Holllnmworth bliit filed In i the alKive-otat.il came.htIO'I
A. J. Strung the defendant Ih..ln
serial numbers; providing the supervision re-established in Florida in the event Witness-"Yes."Exchange. stat.r;.,. April 11th. "* A. lohnnR. non-roaldent. of the 111.1 of ,
by the comptroller of the nuthorization was granted to prison ?,. w. AI. ERMAN. John *SBJ. rwldenee I. lnk"own la over the age of .
officials.. Under the plans the THE ('()nON: CROP (SEAL) Clerk CI.ult, Court. D 0. twenty-one year It In therefore ordered that
present ?
license ,
vehicle .. hereby
distribution of motor ; By C. A. KNlaUT. W. oald 'nt def 'ndant be and U
tags and providing for the compensation lash would be restored only In camps The Florida State Plant Doard is of I, Deputy Clork.K J. C. Lo.a required" ,... upear to t L. A. In sail' .., on or Monday the
but the the that M JOHNS.! I.,.
for opinion by I.I.
good
of the tax collector for distributing incorrigible prisoners management ..icltor far Complainant 1.1Tl8lB day :=
So
'! : hIU" :
motor vehicle license tags is, bill introduced by Representative a crop of cotton can he made this : Mitchell aoni":: will 8bO'l'It. : ,

embodied in bill presented last week. Elliott of Lafayette county gives the year by right control of the boll wee NOTICE' '; Of Lt.TTt.Ka IWrMION; : PATENT To: APPLY rUK J.It. 4olgl.y an, by U ordered. be pal ;

commissioner of agriculture authori- vii. Write to the board at Gainesville : A. Z. Adklitt llahed once a week"for eluhl: oonMcutlv,

Perhaps the largest number of f, ty to permit whipping, within certain if interested for the board's methodof Hireby. notice I. irlvin tint) the underalcnd )W.'Ioy'i T. One.Week in paper th* Bradford In County aald County Telegraph and a State.new*
uill, to tho Governor of the State of I.uhll"d
measures on ay one subject relatesto 1 limitation in all state prison camps. handling this pest. apply .. ----- 00. a. Il'imphrey This F.brrll Mt. ii*

the liquor question. Bills on that: ---. -- To Stop a Cough Quick I U.K. W.R. Wigina liana 0. Clerk W. .ALDERMAN.Circuit Cour .E

subject dealt with punishment for r A resolution to increase the state Oeo. AldermanC. Of c. A. h ,
automobile;, school tax from one to three mills by More Metamorphoeli.' | tall, HAYES' IIEAUNO HONEY a A. knight Deputy Clerk.,
drunken
drunkenness Man used to bare couch! medicine which stops the cough by J. W. John D. K KNIGhT
the constitution Introduced a hobby. Now II
was
drivers and sought to require those 9, amending healing the Inllnrnerl and irritated linaiie. W. W. BaladenMr Snlleltor for Complainant' I4-St-I4 t
by Representative Ellis of Ala- *-> bee a h"jM>::1'. It I* a bug.cLEug'tl I I *. T. J. Griffin
haled of being I
into court on charges ( A box: of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATF T. J. GriffIn NOTICE TO liEIITOIH AND CREDITORS

drunk to give detailed Informationas ,I chua county. Cereal I SAI.VE for Chest Colds Head Cold and N. O. Walnwrleht.
the of their I' Cr> I I. rnc.'oied!' with every bottle ofhAYES' W. J. tnpenonO. : Creditor and all poraon. having elalmaaaalnt
to >up
source liquor sup Introduction of the measure pro fteprrt of lh; CVHt' ef the Clrentt Cowrt A. flurdlnar estate of Mary Hopkln. I.t of
ply. for who 'in ana fir Rraiffnnf (?*,,et... Florida. .a a.. IIEAU.V; HO.iEY.:. The naive J. W. Wn.lt. Bradford lh Florida. de. .aa .d.. petont -
posing penaltie persons CMitil "I In 'S Kioiunl I for the year l"24 hnuld be rubbed on tint cheat and throat 0. W. WMM' their Coun'l. duly ....h.al...' la the
Another bill affecting county courts 3, wear masks calculated to conceal K. W. HAYKa. I of children suffering fr< in a Cold or Croup. 0. L. Peek undersigned. executor and .ul.l* within
Tae 1C. C. KtMbJ will be forever .
Celtaotof they
introduced by Senator on. year or
was introduced by Senator D. E,' their identity T* Bradford Count*- I TheHeallo effect of lla/e. Heallll Money 'In1 H. hotels And all Indeted lo laid EataU are
Clark of the first district drew a C..ary ........ 1 .1 Me the throat romMni-4 with the healing .1Tctjf n. W. 8iu>ll roTo pay.01. said. debts to the eaMif
Knight and for the comPensation the < of "ul.a t
Salve through M o
provides L..O P.o.Tr.t" por
To tml! du. March 1. 1928 70S4 52 M. Thomas forthwith.
of county judges whenserving I statement from Charles H. Ketchum fly amt t..I.'i, 1 -.-.-----_-.?. JJ|';J he ikia aorjn iti,pit a remedies parked In one carton: aol
Both ,
realm of Florida are
dratron of the I .5. WIIII.m.W. JOHN UI.I.OW
as coroners. They would get(t grand Ku Klux Klan that 'rul I ,II' ll i,I, 'I-d i ]L 1 1""" .--mlP:; real 'fIb. cornMri' d I treatment, i i. 3M' P.rkln Fxeoutor.KATE .
$3 for viewing a dead body and Issuing Knights of the Pla m.4 r.rr..l.. Just ask your ,jruUlst for II&YES'HEALJJ'4U ; W. J. Pork'In* I IVINGSTOV.

a certificate of death in cases, "on its face, it i I' aimel, ut the Klan 1To tml due March 1. 1.S u_____... 3749.19 HUSKY; I E 8 I.. Matthew 2-27-Ot-4-Sl fcaoeutrflk 1 14.










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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPh STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY ,APRIL 2', 192 I

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: .i i I Thu ladlesul the Baptist W. M. U.I! vor at 7.00: p. m. The evening service.

I will serve dinner on the park by will be ommitted on account of bac I
: Telegraph'1Ib11'hed .U : f I I city Hall Saturday. Everybody Is in- I, calaureate sermon at the school Bradford

,- ij vi t ed. -- building.The I' s: High

Presbyterian church extendsa .
ecoud! claws matter, at the post NEW RIVERNew I cordial welcome to every man, wo

fflce at Starke, I-Jorida. River April 21.-Broward man and child in this community to

II'' -,' Johns and Charlie Williams of Jacksonville attend any or all of its services, it in School Journal
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t, .. B. MATTIIKW8_______ ? were visiting friends here Dr. Tucker's earnest wish that the j

\ J. C. BODINBON_____.....1 .n.rtni Editor. Sunday. church may be a consistent help to
I
I,' Miss Rosa Hodges has returned all of the people of our town and the "FRANK CARi'eNTER! RUSSELL SCOTT

.01 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYSUUSCRIP'i1ON home after spending a week in surrounding country. I Editor Sport Editor

1 Starke with her aunt, Mrs M. ALBERT MIZELLE EUGENE MATTHEWS i
HAI'1'IST CHURCH BULLETINThe
f -- Thomas.Mr. I Auutmnt, Edlotr Job Editor
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RATE
'. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins spent pastor will occupy the pulpit':

; P.r Year. ___ ___ $UiO Sunday in Aluchua.Cadey on Sunday morning there being not I "Wh)' hiiin'i 'Wart' shaved today?" avoirdupois will be much less after Will look up at the Seniors

Atkinson Livingston Russ service in the evening because of the queried, u wag of another i he is through wrestling with finals As leaders in work and play
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Six Montha _ __. 7Bcl '
and Allen Thomas of Brooker, spent exercises at the school building. I "The finals have soured his diaposi- i I Let them not be disappointed;

: Saturday here. I I The Bible school will meet at its tion so that the shaving cream curd- I hear that one or two of the staff i i Set them examples in class and

1 Mullev Thomas and sons, R. L. and usual hour, 0:45: a. m., when a full dies," replied second ditto. ''have offers to run the "ain't got I campus work.

1$' :\1. 1'., and neice, Alphle Hodges, of attendance i is looked for. Divine I nothing"! column of a big city daily. '1 So saying we, the Seniors of '25,

:.stuike, spent Sunday here with rela worship at 11.00' : with a sermon onl I Our teacher have "Norvinu" beat Best wishes",to them, the editor of the Bid you farewell and

tives.Mis.. I "Memorials." All members are requested ,,3 ways for endurance, especially dur High School Journal will miss ( ?) Good luck.

r M. F. Wiggins and Mrs. M. to be present because the I ing finals. (If you don't know what I them. -- --- ---

L Johns were visitors to Brooker one I discourse wit bear upon the memoI mean nsk the school paper) P. S. I COMING!

1 dins lust week. I rial that is being raised in honor of This is the last Issue, SENIORS ADVICE TO'rllB The best High School Play; ever
I put on in the town of Starke and if
.VI lr,. W. M. Hodges, and littledaughter the beginning! of Baptist work in the I The ole Bwimmin' hole Is callingnow 1 JUNIORS will remember will realise
,
you you
('lassie, me visiting her I state of Florida It Is a splendid history and maybe the boys can be per- I _
that we will have to p-o Rum l<" hoot l
.1 that the denomination has hud
rniithir, :Mrs W. J. Johns, of Starke. ''tur; uaded to use a bar of soap-not. tie you smart but by no means lazy, the ones before.It .
Mrs. Jell Davis and ehlldnii the last one hundred years, re-
Mr and
i Such studies as thou hast,
No. 4914 is to be a play full of and
rutting ill a membership of one hun- Lire writers have been having a pep
here
of l.uwtey, Sunday
spent I Study them hard until you know
(Heiuoership in National highway ; dred und sixty-seven thousand fun from start to finish. The ihurai-
such frit-nils i today. merry time the past two weeks.
I them
; 'ten carefully selected 1 by' the
Association) I Visitors welcome. were <
\ 1! of the deathof I always I II. I If the teacher callcth thou to
l< We are sorry to report It taken u threat !greater than any upon teachers who knowing them c could,
which I. .
Mr: Arthur Stricgland occurred the stag has to !get a compositionfrom recite, best judge as to their ability. It Is
> \1':1'1-111: i' MIJ IN'1( \\ \M Wednesday, April ID, at the St. I[ FLORIDA WEEKLY IN- anyone, but someone sure Is Get thyself; up and obey her. under the direction of Miss Alice
,1.. AN1"i'IIING: : ; :S,XIIIMIL1' II f
I __ I Luke hospital Jacksonville. He was I DUSTRIAL REVIEW making the seniors dance to the tune Borrow not from your neighbor Tharin who has. had several years

Consistency is piaitiially unknownin I sent home Thursday where the remains -I I. . they play In the line of compositions. And above all borrow not his fountainpen. experience in this kind of work.
laid to rust in the New .
were Although the pupils at disadvantage
Gainesville real -Unto circles i Tavares-Five carloads of material are a -
I River lie leaves to mourn If thou findest that thou art out of
Real estate dealers uf thecity will cemetery. ,i received for construction of new Atlantic Be sure and see "And Home Came I because the stage is not
"hum and haw" at the boss about the his loss a wife and three children besides Coast Line railroad station. Ted" at the school auditorium Monday I paper, large enough and from lack of prop-

paper not carrying real estate deals a host of friends I night, the 27th. ,I Take not of thy friend supply, ,eities, it has been stated upon good

and give us particular "h-" and, Sanford-Ground;; ; broken for For I But wait until the time cometh authority that the play will "go
DEATH OF JOHN CROFT Someone said that the theycouldn't When thou
say we are not boosting the town as I rest Lake hotel building. I reason muyest gallop to the over" cleverly.A .
should. take a picture of the senior store to procure some. small admission will be charged
we Last Thursday April 16th, death Miami-Survey of Tamiaml Trail! class together was because One If the lesson be long and hard, to help the which
nut these same real estate men 'claimed one of the oldest citizens of to start at once.Clearwater would either have to be left out or Say nothing think it. larger than pay usual expenses are
. will pull off a big dual-the reporters who had been' this year becauseof
our county, John Croft, taken separately.That If the teacher be cross,
, of thin paper will get "wind" of the failing in health for a long time. 'I Dredging work to a royalty on the play. We feel sure
Use thy judgment and her not.
deal but when the said dealer is approached start for million dollar I remlnls--; worry that the parents and citizens will
j About three weeks previous to his causeway
Or In has had to (It will pay at the end of the month.) give us their
. on the subject all wo can death he had stroke of paralysis : across Clearwater harbor. hearty support by attending -
. a cut a new hole in his belt he bun lost And next year, remember my friends, and bringing their friends.
1 get |Is "yB -but we" don't want anything and gradually grew worse until the :I I Tavares Plans being considered so much poundage and I predict his That the rest of the school, We thank .
do you.production.
said about it. Of course we end came. lie was a native of Georgia )I
the abstract to give for building and equipping local betabeach. : ,
not expect people born January 1811, making him
Ing .
nut information concerning deals> 81 years of ugo. For many years ho i ness with deposits totaling: $200,000. I next morning. Without this inherent

which lire in the making neither do had been a citizen of Union County I I Stuart Thirty-year franchise I "Oh, that's the name of a horse"I quality no matter howell is
a cow
we want the real estate man to give of Bradford He had Tampa-Plans completed for erec- I
formerly a part granted to Southern Bell Telepha.aCompany. That evening, wife said: "That fed and cared for, she vill not be
a
out premature transactions the publicity been a very prosperous and, success tion of $1,250,000 I municipal hospital.\ ;I horse culled you up twice today!" good producer.

: of which might upoil his sale, ful farmer but for many years, had
but it is up to thu real estate man to made Lake Duller his home. He was I I Palm Beach 800-room Breaks Jacksonville-Plans under way for I I'HOIECT O'Vlt FRIENDS "The second cause back of thi daily

make It his business to cull thu press a man of enviable character, honest, hotel destroyed by fire, to be replaced hard-surfacing 20 miles of road in I Not everyone realizes: that birds milk (low is !good feed "ml ....,>. The

: for a reporter when u dual Is completed .honorable fair dealing with his follow i with $2,000,000 hostelry. Pasadena-Marietta district. are friends and allies of man. With cows nre fed about all :hey will tnt

r and not go around raising sand I man, a devoted husband and father, I -;; (I I Milwaukee syndicate buys town- I out birds man could not long exist on of a mixture of 100 pounds '>nn, )100

r 1> becauso the paper is not carrying and a true friend to all. lie was a Winter JIavemmerclal hotel ,fchip of Indrio and will launch one of 1 the earth. Dirds keep up u balance of pounds cornmeal, 100 pounds, bnirht'
f, land'sales, building Males or other im faithful member of the Baptist churchof to be erected on corner of North largest development projects ever power in the war insects make on cottonseed meal and 50 r<""II I : .ilfil-
t. provements. Fifth street and West Lake avenue. ( crops. Every the danger In- fa meal In addition to tin; .' rn n D)'ix-
this city and when the end came undertaken in Florida. year
3\s'', S 1:1 i: r This paper IH always ready to give hi felt perfectly satisfied that ho I I rouses UH birds decrease by the ture, they are !given from four, to 1'1 P
New bull lin
Bnrtow busir.osn '
i to
,
t wide publicity to these things-they was ready to stand in the presence of be p I Seaboard Airline Railway an- slaughter going on. Experts who have pounds of alfalfa hay and about five
erected W. C.
& Co.
I by Rogcrtson ,nounces plans for inauguration of made of the pounds of timothy hay head
mean a larger, better and more progressive the Master.Mr. I ( a study problem declare per
Gainesville- That's our pri (passenger! bus and freight truck that the coming struggle for the possession daily. A mineral mixture, including
Croft was an old Confederate Winter Haven Columbus, Ohio,
real 1 I ,service throughout Florida 00 busses i of the bone phosphate, sulphur salt and
mary business hero, and if the Veteran and fought vulliantly throughthe man secures local site for establishment ; earth will not be between
t'' entitle men don't give it to us how 1 1f in In the of Northern i of 'land 110 trucks to be placed In service. I men and men but between men copperas is also given with the feed,
war, was army : large mognasito stucco
) the world are we going to get it. Tha Virginia under General Robt. E.: Lee, 1 plant. Ellenton-Canning factory to be I and insect Insects multiply in immense and plenty of clean, fresh water is

columns are upon to all live news og fund' in an engagement at Missionary I numbers and u single species available to the cows at all times.
constructed to take care of 1800 acres
any kind. Newspaper reporters ure Ridge he lost one of his limbs. He I Eustis-Approximately $10,000 to of tomatoes planted in this district. has been known to destroy whole "If dairymen and farmers of the
not infallible-we have to get the was one of the charter members of [I be spent at once developing new res- i fields and gardens in a day.NOTICE state will use better sires and breed

1 "tip" before we can run down the Lake Butler Lodge No. 19: Knights of dental district. I Fort Pierce-Plans;; being drawn better cows, then give them plenty of

etory. We can't bu everywhere at the Pythms.. ,for 3-etory brick and tile hotel. VETERANS good feed and water it should be pos

same time-we couldn't do it if we Among the beautiful floral olYer- 1echobee-Newly organized syndicate sible to greatly increase the present

c hud a thousand roport<1u. lings were some from the W. T. to develop 3,120-acro tract I Dade City-Site overlooking Lake Sunday, April 26th being Memorial 1 very low average production of Flor-

If the real estate men will give U9u ''Weeks Chapter and U. D. C. headquarters along state road No. 8 at cost of Pasadena selected for construction ol Day all veterans of J. J. Dickiaon ida cows which is keeping Florida ate

square dual and put the news out at Starke. His funeral services $750,000. $3,000,000 hotel. Camp No. 1617, are requested to b the foot of the list of states in average -
present at the court house !in Starkeat
when it U Hewn, we'll guarantee the were held! in the Baptist churchnt Jacksonville--$35,000 office build Key West-Monroe county votes 10 o'clock a. m. production per cow."
best publicity we can This applies this conducted by the I I Vocational agriculture in the
give. place pastor ing to be erected on Monroe street. $3,005,000 bond issue for construction W. T. WEEKS high
not only to real estate men, but Jiev. 1 II, E. Ridenhour, and Rev. S. of Dixie highway from this cityo Commander.S. school helps train Florida farm boysto

to all of our readers who hear any S. Proctor, the latter being an old Davenport Contract totaling Dade county line F. MORGAN, ( be better farmers when they grow
thing. Our telephone in Sil'J, and we'll I comrade in the war between the $300,000 awarded for street paving i: up. If your school has such a course
Camp Adjutant.
follow up anything you report to us. states!'!, and nt the funeral serviced a work. I I Florida Power Company serving already, help boost It. If not, begin

Thanks we're not mud, but are tiroof spoke of their long friendship and Ocnla, Dunnellon, Brooksville, Inver THEKESSATheressa. plans to have It added next year.

being "cussed when it's the other brotherly love that existed between Stuart Large concrete garage ness and nearby communities, sold to ( A legume not only increases the

fellows fault. We have enough justiiluble them. Interment was made in the building to be constructed on Dixie[ Fltkln & Co. of New York, In one of April 21.-Mrs.: [ C. G. production of which follow
crops It
cussing without taking on any Swift Creek cemetery. highway.New I']the largest sales ever negotiated In Manire of Hampton visited her In rotation, but furnishes a valuable

we don't deserve. lie had nine sisters and five brothers Port Richey-Site purchased this district. mother here during the week-end. feed in itself.

The trouble with iumesvillo now s only one brother surviving him for erection of modern moving pic' I, The two ladies made a business tripto ,
Cattle fever tick eradication in
"we don't want anything said aboutit Beside. this brother he leaves to ture theatre. Starke on Monday. Health Notes
," and until we come to a realization mourn his loss, his daughter, Mrs. I Florida will bring about two good result I W. G. Seals of Jacksonville, made Florid State Board published of by the

that the more that is said about !Mary Hall, a large number of grandchildren Mount Dora-$35,000 bond issue >!. It will eliminate one of the a trip to the lakes here the past free to Health, ill s.nt
I worst penis known to cattle and it any applicant and is a put 11-!
week
it the beater off we'll be 1. the city will I and great-grandchildren anda 1 voted for new school building. I I and caught twenty trout. cntion worthy of a place
will enable
never progress! us it should. host of loving friends who mourn watermelon growers toship Sirs Mary Holder went to Starkeon Florida home. in every
j Each
the loss of "Un ,le John." melons into Georgia\ bedded l in business Monday[ issue contains in-
(
It might be well for the real estatemen < Palatkn Plans formulating for formation of value
to all
native straw. practical'
to get together and see if they construction of new highway to Lake pine Mark[ Dodd of Jacksonville was citizens of the state. From
ST. MARK'S recent
CHURCHSecond : a
can't agree to "have something said I( City through Columbia Union, Bradford "v CARD OK Th HANKS': in Theressu this week on business. i issue we copy the last paragraph of
about it" and iisldo little I Clay and Putnam counties. J. P. Padgett and sons, who are
put some Sunday after I 1I8ter. On an article on Florida Health
petty differences that the other fellow account of the exercises at the High I II We wish to extend, our heartfelt working in Hastings\ came home for State Health Officer Turck by
"deal" then I I Ft. Lauderdale Civic Improvements thanks for the kindness and a few hours visit on Sunday. :
might get a now and I School there will hu only a short many I "The
and by so doing make a few dollars. service at 7 p. m. planned for this year to cost offers of assistance during the illness Mrs. Jim Coon and little daughter, climate of Florida Is the most
-Gainesville Daily Sun. I 175000.. and death of our devoted wife and of Waldo visited relatives here this equable on the continent, and is re-
CHVRCII OF CHRIST"Bible mother. weekend I I markably healthful. It lies between

LAW1EYMrs. I I Avon Park-Plans completed for J. B. Rowe and Family, Mr and Mrs. Earl Van Alstein, of ,i! the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic
study and communion from erection of $300,000 hotel. Hawthorne visited friends here Sun. ocean and as a consequence is swept

Mary Aubrey, of Atlanta, 10 to 11 a. in. Preaching at 11 a. m. SIT..\lt PRICES UE.\CII[ I day evening.. by both gulf and ocean breezes In

Go, Is upending A few weeks here at I Subject: "What Jesus Wants." Text: Lake Alfred Spanish-American LOW LEVELS OF YEAR I I 1 the southern part of :Florida lies that

the home of her son, J. W. Aubrey.J. John 21 : 1517. war veterans buy G.10-acre tract outside I ; ARTHUR: STRICKLAND: vast area known as the Everglades
Owing to the Baccalaureate sermon city limits for establishment of !New York, April! 15.-Prices of !great stretches of which have been

W. Andrews, Jr., of Starke wasu I there will be no preaching Sunday new university. both raw and relined sugar! touched I Jacksonville, April 16.-The bodyof and are still being drained and turn-
i visitor here Tuesday. : night. their lowest levels of the year today. Arthur Strickland, who died in this ed into valuable lands Farther down

i I The religion of Christ is not some I Jncksonville-W''k;;; to start atonce Belief that the final Cuban crop city at an early hour Wednesday and at the extreme portion of Florida
Fred Boyer, of Baldwin, spent a on construction of $2,600,000 would exceed the previous estimate morning, was forwarded last nightto
section aspect!'! of what Jesus taught, I are the 'Keys many of which have
few days hero last week as tho guestof of ) his home in New River
nor Is it some denominational inter Carling hotel. 1.700,000 tons, resulted in further Bradford been spread by deposits of
Mr. and !Mrs. L. II. Hill. I I liberal offerings in both sections of county, where funeral services will vegetable
pretation. The minister strives to growth into habitable
islands.
I In the
Deljind 102-ncra subdivision I
I take
the market. place this afternoon
at 3 o'clock
W. T. Fincher, of Starke was preach the whole and complete gospel fronting on Lake Winncmissett to be from the northwest, is a hilly rolling country
Porto Rican Baptist church.
transacting business in town Monday of the Infallible Christ without raw sugar; sold at a Intermentto a continuation of the Alabama
thoroughly d the opinions and interpretation of new bottom price at1.13 cents a family cemetery, Burns lands Almost everywhere the water

Mrs. M. E. Edwards and :Miss fallible. men. Just the non-sectarian addition to pound, almost ten points below the and Clymore morticians were in lies close to the surface which is dotted

Daisy Moore, of Starke, were visitors gospel of Christ. be built to industrial building at levels prevailing earlier in the week. charge of arrangements. with springs many fresh, of Im-

hero Tuesday. ,I The unique and, mmitable SamJones state hospital. This decline was followed by a readjustment GOOD COWS. WELL FED mense size and crystal clearness The

S one said: "I thank God the of quotations on refined PRODUCE: mean annual temperature of
P. L. Dinkins of MICH MILK ON the
Jacksonville was
Winter Haven Building sugar, which fell below
fences between the different denomination permitsfor 5.31 cents a state is about
a visitor Tuesday at the home of his TilE UNIVERSITY: FARMTo seventy-one degrees
month March pound for the first
,, are getting lower. Let's level ending 19 totaled time this year. The soils
generally
,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Din- are sandy and
Uni. them to round rail, and all be one 83.3.10. BIO DINNER: AT L\WTEY I those who doubt that Florida Light, except in the northern

great loving family. Our creeds are Bradenton Manatee River Bank climate and Florida, feeds and good part, where loams and clays predominate. -

Death of Mr. H>rd nothing but the skin of truth stuffed1 I & Trust Co. clones first day's busi- The ladies of the Lawtey Baptist Florida cows will produce plenty of I On the higher levels the terraces -

The sudden death of J. W. Dyrdoccurred with sand and sawdust. Sam wagenerally a Baptist church will give a benefit milk, John !it!. Scott, animal indus are covet! "d with a magnificent

js at his home one mile north original, but !lie borrowed 1 I dinner tomorrow (Saturday), under trialist for the Florida Agricultural growth of pine while the lower levels

of town early Monday morning. Mr. his thoughts on unity from Jesus' l Sanford-That Florida hotels serve the oak trees by the city hall. The I Experiment Station, is extending the are timbered with cypress!'!, the 'ham-

Byrd had been in ill health for sever prayer in John 17: :20-21. All are California oranges and celery; that dinner will consist of several kinds invitation to "come and ace." There mocks' (dry elevations) covered witha

al months and it was thought that he cordially invited to attend. I I Florida roads are poor' and in 05 percent of meats, vegetables, salads, pickles, I are four cows in the University of great variety of hardwood and

was improving, when the !grim reaper I'u.. sn'nru.'I: of the state traverse i J jellies, also cakes and pies, and will Florida's herd that are now produc- palm trees."

called him home. Mr. and Mrs.Ilyrd where snakes! alligators and swamPII''| he cooked according to the most approved ing 20 gallons of milk a day, or five

moved here from Maxvillebout I Dr. Tucker anJTTB. Hull arc at-1 I abound and that tourist, after ba-i i style. gallons for each cow every aay. St. Petersburg-The proposed investigation -

six years ago, where he has I tending the North Florida Presbytery ing lured to Florida by the glowing The proceeds from the dinner will These cows were raised at the Uni- of dog racng at the St.

many friends. lie was about 70 year I lat Eustis, this week. Miss Carrie Ug- prospect, of "real estate sharks" return be given for the Sunday school room versity of Florida farm and the PeUburg. Kennel Club by the leg-

of age. low and Mrs II. A. Tucker, delegates to California feeling that it U and for the piano at the Baptist mothers of all but one were raised islature would be welcomed by local

The funeral service was held Tuesday from the Ladies Auxiliary to theI lthe I only place on earth after all, and church. An invitation is extended to there. tract officials, they declare in commenting

morning and the interment was Presbyterial at Eustis., with !bile\ ,| that Florida i is a joke Is the substance the people of Starke and other places. Iii speaking of the reason lot this on the proposal made by the

in the Long Branch cemetery near Adams, accompanied the men, all I of i an interview published in an Anaheim I Come and get a good dinner and high production, when the average solons to investigate racing here and

Maxville. driving down in :Miss Uglow's car. I Cal, paper. A clipping of the help a worthy cause. for the state is less than half (he j ro- In :'oiaml. Dr. W K. BraJfi U. director -

lie leaves a wife and) four children, Dr. Tucker will be back in Starke1for story, which is an interview with E.IJ. IIOUSK: ; OX duction of these four cows. Mr. I'cott in the Kennel; cljb. pointed out
HIM I
three daughters and one son, with the regular church services Sun- I Hartung. of Anaheim, was sent to The Boss the had the following to say: that the pan-mutal system which is

whom the entire community joins 1 in I day School at 10:00: n, m. Churchervices R. W. Pearman, secretary of the San- was talking other about night:Maude, in hisslcep "The !first\ reason for this high i'ro- in force here was upheld by' the Florid -

sympathy. at 11:00: a. m Junior Endea ford Chamber of Commerce Who ithis Maude" duction Is the fact that-he cows nre supremo court several years ago in
says wlfie good ones-they are capable of: high I the John Drew case.








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