Bradford County telegraph
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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: May 15, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02281
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During the punt the estate Empowers ,
i1ghLtnJ; Kcpii: 'scnl.iliMllns EliiisiMh <'
1,0011In this scct Hun continued I'lant to Advantage.. City Council r
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to grow, the immU of liiuisattions | I j Kill '
j Praying to Play
lion Fxuri'
for the week heiim 1II0l'Cthan .
reported ; | ulliihauwce, :May 1.-Afti'r a ,great .
duuble that of the proteedinur i ProceedingsI --- -
,deal\ of urutor>-eloquent and other | 'r-
week. :borne; of the l.ugcr deals in the ,i oth"I'wil'll-thr senate this afternoon i 1"1 I'. -Kepi"e-i nt.itlve J. ..0I" \. r

making! ace not being reported, con- snotty passed Bill No. lOS, empowering I i i"I'I Highlands county has I.
fcidtnuble' acreage biting included in I I The coy council met III regular .,ii\Iro'ive, i study of. the 1025i :!
the several counties in the
these sales, and said to be bunging: session, May 5, with the tulhmn i i I'' ''I"i' ,u ti1'Uh.. of i-forma and has
i 10 construct and operate cold storage.I i' member 1 present: C. I I". UOOMI. .
"i nl \Ia+'lio data In of '
,4 support
record prices
iI plants for the purpose of .storing 'chairman .
L. \
U. Alderman I
W. Yarbrough to S. U). Wills, of iI I t I ,1'iuduits. to the best advantage from i'il'i MI"ion thai the Senate bill on '
Davis and J. W. White. .
Hampton-DO acres in section 2J: I .1 \ lewpoint of market values. ,M i' 'I> .onment, panned last Week! ,

township. 7, range 21 east. I I | Minutes of the last met'. lint weir "inut d 111 au/. ,old.im with provisions!

Roy ;M. Bower to Walter S. Bower r I The measure was reconnnended by rend and approved "''f .iI, tln"lllulln,1I> amendment
Ciov. John \V. Martin his
-24 acres in section 21, township 0, in message I II j Mr. C S. Cannon, suneiintfnd- nil.ptid last 1 =\o\einlnr" ni the general

range 21 east. i to the legislature and is a substitute ent of the :Seaboard; Air Line Railway i I".t t inn' Flgmr. C."111 III I<'d by Mr.l'alor .

Greoa Manufacturing Co., to F. A. |I. plants for a previous would be bill.under Erection direct of the Mr. Harry Agin, chief engineer, rsi1 L t'' will be submitted to. the flours ,1I

Morgan, Sr.-SO acres in section 6, supervision Mr. T. J. Griffin, local agent were I in support of the !House (','nHUK and ftAppoitionnient
of the State Hoard of Institu-
township 7, range 22 cast. present in behalf of thu said railroad Committee substitute '
It. E. Weatherly to T. A. P. Car- 1 tions, and the bill provides the state protesting against the passage of the 1'1' the Senate; bill. The substitutu has .I

men, of Tartipa-The former G. C. pay one-half the cost of erection, but proposed ordinance requiring tho been made a special order on thu j,
to be
Livingston property on Water street, reimbursed. from receipts of the flagging cf railroad crossings in lloiisu calendar and probably will be |\,,

Starke.J. plants.It Starke. I reached, within the next day or two. ,'

C. Raulerson to R. II. Smith, of t4r is the measure which Senator 'I The ordinance was referred to the I The data compiled by Ml r, Taylorfollows ;
W. C. Hodges said would enable FlorIda 'I
Hawthorn-Lots E. F. and Lots A, B, : f
committee rules laws and ordi-
on ,
to feed l Florida, and obviate the
C, D, of block 16, Sampson City. ,\ I necessity of buying its food productsin nances with the understanding that I omparutive statement 01 population y

W. H. Norman to H. C. Cloyd of __ ,..+,.A.e : foreign markets.It the railroad be given a reasonabletime b and representation: >'.
Dayton Ohio--Lots 10, 11, block 16, Population of counties
I + was apparent, the measure was to try out plans for the control- thirty comprising
J lots 1, 2, 3, block 27, L. T & Co.'s add. popular with the senate, but T. T. ing of speed of trains through tho ten senatorial districts In

to Starke. i town of Starke. South Florida, 710,005.
/ ."'tlt.l. Turnbull alone fought it on the floor j
I D. E. Knight to Nat Williams- '
of the senate. lie stated it was socialistic Mr. E. M. Thomas requested the Population of 33 counties e0I1111rl.Inl ..- *
West half of lots 1, 2, block 19, L. T. c
I and smacked of Soviet Russia."I council to do some work on Thomas :' twenty-two senatorial districtsof .
& Co.'s add. to Starke.
Babe Ruth, as he Is today In aNew am opposed to it on three grounds," street. The same was referred to the Mrs. Coolidge if n Tr happier north and l West Florida 011,630: ,
Mattie to W. C.
McClenagham York hospital--still too sick he said "First, it would be appropriate street committee.. than when tiny tots call on her at Total population of State of Florida 1 ,

Crosby-One-third undivided interest to play with the Yanks, tosses and to Soviet Russia, instead of free The council allowed reduction of the White House-this one getting 1.253,035.
in southeast quarter of southeast because his real love kiss during his MayDay -
he cannot help
frets Florida. Second, it creates another $500 on personal assessment of R. S. a Proposed representation in legislature
quarter, section 3, township 6, range team break its losing streak. caB.TEA'iIEltS.
21 east. bureau in Tallahassee, to be administered Humphrey for 11)21. In the thirty counties of South .

A. Z. Adkins to T. N. Harris and by the state government, and Rev, ij. W. htckliter representingthe Florida, forty-Mvo. Average population -

I J. O. Harris-Lots 1, 14 and south third, I do not believe the object ministerial alliance of Starke requested for representative, 15,778.

I half of lots 2, 13, block 13, L. T. & FINED FOil RECKLESS DRIVING sought will be obtained It means that the cooperation of the city : : SECURED FOR Proponed representation in legislature \
FOR DRIVING ON KIM the state is going in business In in dealing with certain
Co.'s add to Starke. AND competition government STAKKK, HAMPTON SCHOOLS in the thirty-three counties of f
I with its citizens. conditions of the community. The
North and West Florida, forty-six.
J. E. Larson to Mrs M. E. Edwards Kite
Sunday afternoon while "There is no crying need for this council assured Mr Kickliter that Superintendent H. B. Wiggins: reports Average population for representative
-parts of sections 13, 14, 22, 23, 24, south
1 was motoring on the highway bill, at least there is they for thing for the
or were
no forcing to any up- that ho has secured the faculties 11,818.!
township 8, 22 east. Lots 10,
range of Starke, he saw approaching him the extent that the state must into lifting of the town.
for both Starke and
go I Hampton in the
20, 21)), 30 in Woodlawn. his side of the road nunaturu I I Proposed representation
Swallow & Hopkins to G. M. In- sandstorm on which closer a approach business of this nature."characterized |I Mr. J. M. Truby requested some I schools, with the exception of the Senate in the thirty counties of South \
on Senator J. E. Calkins Tenth and seventh grade teacher for Starke.
improvement on Florida
man and J. H. Ritch-170 acres in eighteen Average population
I be with a missingtire.
sections 9 and 16, township 6, range proved. To to avoid a driving car the rim on the the statement that the measure was advised by the council that as Eight, of the teachers selected for for senatorial district 30,415.

I 22 east. crossedover was socialistic as tommy rot. "If this soon as the necessary right-of-way the local school served here lust Proposed l representation In tho "
hard surface the driver had
Swallow & Hopkins to Lorin Larson -I the left, hand side of the road proposal is socialistic, then the oper- could be secured that the matter term while live will be newly appointed senate in the thirty-three counties of

I -40 acres in section 9, township and to the rim the dirt ation of electric light plants, water would have immediate attention.Mr. as follows: North and West Florida, twenty. Average -

.6, range 22 east. I II was running on plants by municipalities, cattle dip- J, C. Robinson, of the publicity Principal, S. S. Dowling. population for Senatorial district -

I J. H. Cox to Elizabeth E, Cox, of i iI shoulder, forcing around any him.cars meetinghim ping by the state and state appropri- committee of the chamber of com- High School, Mrs T. J. Alderman, 27,182. i

I I Ann Harbor, Mich.-Block of land After to run digging the sand from his ations to fight the citrus canker, like- merce asked the council for financial Misses. Mona Alderman and Florence Total population of tho fifteen
I wise are socialistic" he said. "When aid in placing signs in the town for Matthews.
370x660 feet in Sampson City. counties
having population
and mouth the chief turned his a greater
I Hampton State Bank to J. F. John- car eyes and started in pursuit, followingthe any one proposes reform of this na- the direction of traffic. Eighth grade, Miss Isabel Bullen. than necessary to comprise a senatorial

I son-Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 after it turned off the high- ture, somebody always raises the cry The city attorney was instructed to Seventh grade, to be supplied. district, 720,211. Pcpn'r.tion!
s II block 1, Wright & Scandreths add. to in Lincoln City. The occupants of socialism, and this theory is all include in the speed limit all automobile Sixth grade, Mrs. B. McGruder. of the 2,1: smaller counties! F71,301.(
way wrong. This bill does not make any- regulations. Fifth grade, Mrs. S. M. Cox.
Hampton. proved to be Jim Byrd and Handy Average population for P. reia'ir'la
P. B. Hunt to J. F. Johnson-North thing compulsory, it simply would The city attorney was Instructedto Fourth grade, Miss Eunice Perkins
and they were district the counties hayIng
half of section 4, township 8, south, Brymer, negroes, II give those counties desiring to conserve I confer with the legislative committee Third grade, Miss Sludge Middle-, among !
brought on to Starke and turned over do ton. u population less than that required -
22 east. their products, power so of the chamber of commerce In
the sheriff.Mond.ty I for senatorial district 10-
Mrs. J.P. McCully to Mrs Louise to the driver of the : There is now a law providing for this preparing bills to be presented at ho Second grade, Miss Ethel Griflln. 887. a ,
Lowery-Block of land 306x330 feet contingency. If the measure made it present session of the legislature Primary, Miss Olive Hay.Mrs. .

in section 23, township 5, south, range car, plead guilty in county judge'scourt compulsory, I would: be opposed, but authorizing the town of Starke; to II. C. Ritch will assist Miss Average population for the proposed
tho rim
to nine senatorial districts of
driving a car on on
22 east does not. It simply authorizes. The impound animals\ to extend, light, Ray in the primary grades, should

L. H. Hill to Frank A. Sweezy, of I a costs state, highway 30 days.and For was driving fined $10 on and the more lam In sympathy with its pro- water and sewer beyond- the city the number of pupils be as large for' among the small counties,
Vauxhall, N. J.-3 acres in section I visions;' concluded Mr. Calkins. limits and to assess a millage for tho coming term as lust.
left side of the road and farcing I
, 12, township 5, south, 20 east. Senator W. C. Hodges: Wno draftedthe publicity. Prof. C. T. Lawhorne, Mrs. II. B. population for the proposed
traffic to drive the side of
I,. L. H. Hill to W. R. Dixon-20 acres on wrong measure, waxed eloquent it its de The council agreed to extend sewer Weest and Miss Maud Mitchell I have eight ,senatorial districts of North
the road him he
I in section 33, township 5, south, range charged with in passing reckless driving., was He fense. lie said its passage would do lines to reach property of R. A. been appointed! for the Hampton Florida among the small counties,
, the bill\ the bill the school 19,399.! :
22 east. more I consider Green and J. C. Manning.
plead guilty to the charge and was I
Facts and figures concerning difference
.' more for the material interest
M. Brown to G. M. Inman-41
fined $5.00 and costs or 30 days CONTESTThe ROAD HILLS INTRODUCED IN ,! between the Senate bill and
acres in sections 13 and 14, township advancement of Florida, than any HEALTH POS1ER :

6, south, range 22 east. THUItbDAY:; HALF HOLIDAY other measure Introduced, in the SENATE the HOUHU bill on apportionment:
first six grades of the B. II. S. The following five counties are -
scored Mr. apportioned
A. Z. Adkins to J. E. Larson, of STARTS JUNE FIFTH present legislature. I
Tallahassee 11. Road bills
and May
Turnbull as a North Florida for senator took part in the health poster 'I three senators by tho Senate
of sections
Keystone HeIghts-Parts The half for booklet contest that was held by the mad their appearance In the senate'' bill-Two by the House bill as
Thursday holidays lie set
,. 13, 21, 22, 23; lots 19, 20, 29, 30 in i opposing the measure. Health Association for today, one seeking to give Bradford I
Florida Public
Woodlawn. Starke starts a month later this sum forth the fact that it would enable follows: Levy, 10,580: Citrus 5,370: ,

v M. F. Brown to J. W. Andrews- mer than usual, owing to lateness in I i North Florida to furnish the East all the schools In Florida county authority to issue bonds. in the'' Hernundo 1,723:!: Pasco 11,322, :fuinter

starting the closing agreement. A Coast with other sections with The Starke school sent up fourteen sum of $17.r>,000 for the completion of 7,018, total .10,010. An average by
eggs; '
10 acres in section 3, township 6
'beautiful posters and booklets, on the road known us thu Luke City to' the Senate bill of
of 13,610 an
committee from the chamber commerce meat, and would do away with the ; average
south, range 22 east. will be appointed at the meet- necessity of importing these foodstuffs many subjects that make for health.It Palatka Short Route, and the others I by the llouxo bill of 20MO.
C. F. Barber to Mary Ella Good-
was certainly an attractive displayof designating new state highways to bo j The five counties 1\1
following are
to start the ball apportioned
ing tonight rollingby other
fellow! 1 3 .1 5 6 7 and 8 from Tennessee, or '
Lots ,
and! built by the .state hood l Department.
cut-outs slogans l.
of threw senators by Senate fcl
block 3 town of Lawtey. securing the signatures every states, to the north and west. '
rhymes. Hills Number 300! and( 3'J7, by' bill Two the !louse bill fol- ''
business house In town. Several Florida Senators Ilinley and \V. J. Single- -- by as <
L. W. Kickliter to D. Boree-2 lots I towns started the summer closingthe tery, as well as K.: J. Etheridgu and The first prize was won by Eliza- Knight and Smith, would! establish lows : Baker 5.5( .iO. Union 1,873, Brad. 1t
Tenth Starke.
f. on R. D. Bowers street to N. Sternberg and 1 first Thursday in April, giving W. C. McDuniel, vigorously advocated beth Boyd I, of Tampa, who was a student roads 51 and l 50, as follows: :>' ford 7, 021, Clay: 1,7110.: Putnam 17- ,

five months. its of the second grade. The second Number 61-beginning at Mac- 1:11: ;. Total :30,302.: An average by the .

I E. L. Biggs Bowers farm and grove -. -- passage.- .. ----- prize was won by the pupils of Miss elcnny! linker county, and! runningvia I senate bill of I.I01: and an average '

1 on the Peek road. DEAIII OF :MR. MOKIUS OKC11 ESI ItA FEATURING: AT Emma; Apthorp's second grade, in Manning, Harp, Ruiford, Lake by tho House bill of IOU51.

o, E. W. Hayes to N. Sternberg andS GAIETY THEATRE FRIDAY Tallahassee. The first booklet to receive Butler Dukes, Worthington Springs I The following two counties are ap-

L. Peek-2 lots on east side of Friends here of Mr. T. C. Morris honorable mention was the to town of Alachua In Alachua county portioned one senator by the Senate
Kingsley lake. I heard with keen regret of his death One of the most entertaining fea- ,
second 1 grade in Starke taught by I bill-Two by the House bill as follows -
M. F. Brown to J. W. Andrews, Jr.. which occurred in Tampa early Sat- tures of the season will be the "Rose- MisH Ethel Griflln.COMMISSIONERS. Number CO; -beginning at City of ', :

-20 acres section 4, township 6 urday morning. For several years mont Orchestra" in the company of .. .--- -- Green Cove Springs, and running Hamilton 0,001, Columbia 15,250.

south, range 22 east.G. I Mr. Morris and family made their comedians at the Gaiety Theatre, > PROCEEDINGS: : ; westerly via Long Branch, Waller, Total 2 ,I61. An average by the Senate

W. Brown to J. W. Andrews, Jr. i home in Starke, but last Septemberthey Friday, May 15th. along northerly Bide of Kingsley lake bill of 12,582, and an by
and W. M. In moved to Tampa and were liv- The board of county commissionersof overage
Wamwright acres The Kotiemont Orchestra is now on thence in a southerly direction paral tho House bill of 25,164.{
section 3, township 6 south, range ing at 220 Raegan Street. a tour just finishing a long dance en Bradford county, Florida met in lei with the general shore line of lake The following eleven counties
regular session, May 4, 1923! with all arc
22 The Tampa Sunday Tribune gives of the
east.J. feature
gagement. They some to a road known an the Peek road l, apportioned three senators by the
W. Andrews Jr. W. M. Wainwright the following concerning his funeral: and members present
to South' joy, mostly singing and thence westerly along the general Senate bill-Five by the House bill
Minutes of last read and
and G. White40 acres in Funeral services for Thomas Morris dancing! comedians. Some of the most meeting route of salt road to Starke.All as follows: *J'

sections 3 and 4, township 6 south, 42, of 220 Raegan Street, who outstanding features are the novelty. approved. the bills. were referred to the Manatee 23,211, Sarasota 10,099 'j\
22 east. died at his residence early yesterday numbers featuring the saxophone : Upon motion and second, SheriffW. I
range committee on highways and
public Hurdee, 10,178, DoSoto 8.1100, Highlands )!
D. C. Jones to F. F. Stump and N.Sternberg morning will be) held at the parlors tunes, and the snappy vaudeville acts. I I"Carter" J. Epperson wa allowed $7.60 a roads.
,')3, Charlotte 3,300 Glades
-1 lot on west side Kings- of B. Marion Reed mortician, at is a continuous uproar with: trip for delivering county convicts to I '
ley lake.R. 2 o'clock this afternoon and burial his comical monologues. "Slim Macon Union county. LONG: lilt!IIGE KKPOKIKD: ; 2,617 Lao 11,080, Hendry 1,111, Collier

will be Reports of Geo. A. Gardiner, County IN HAD ('O:'>i "..riONJI 1,258, Monroe 1000. Total 02- .
J. Davis to P. E. Canova-2 lot in Myrtle Hill cemetery. The and Billy Burman the boy from Georgia I 000. An
the Senate bill of
on east side Kingsley.E. Rev H. F. Tolle, pastor of the First ," with their educated feet keep Judge, E. A. Sapp, Justice ofPeace The I -I J average
in- long bridge spanning New Ri- :30,867 and an average by the house
District No. 7 and
Methodist church will officiate. Besides
L. Biggs to P. E. Canova-3 lots time for the whole show. Edgar Wel- bill of
vet the 18,520.
on Starke-Lake
Butler road'Is
on north side Kingsley.L. hid widow he is survived by one ton, the black face boy is always on spector
said The
There further business to be in need of considerablerepairs. I following eight counties are
A. Davis to J. F. Kickliter I sister, Mrs. J. F. P. Blumer, of Tampa the job with new songs and parodies' being no
lots on west side Kingsley.A. and four brothers, D. E. Morris, An entertainment of high class, with board adjourned until next regular A trurk driver crossing the ,, apportioned four senators by the
which will be held Monday, bridge Wednesday reported' that several Senate bill-Five by the House bill
S. Strickland to J. F. Kickliter of Tampa, L. A. Morris, of Bushnell, a show you have never seen before. follows
H. W. Morris of SefTner and John June I, 1025.O. of the floor timbers broke beneath as :
-1 lot on north side of Kingsley.J. --------
the weight of his machine. The 1 Orange 38.il: : ), Seminole 14,610.revarl ,
L. Peek to J. F. Kickliter-3 lots Morris, of Tampa.11ORTBINGI'ON C. OP C. MEKTSTONIGHT: W. ALDERMAN, Clerk. I '
repairing of the 12.831: Osceola 10,741 St.
i Is
AT LAWTEYA -- -- bridge under consideration ,
north side of Kingsley.J. : > SPRINGS Miss Carolyn Fripp, who has by the trustees of Bradford I.ucle 11,670, Okeechobee 4,070, Palm

W. Andrews to Mrs. J. C. Ramp- PROPERTY SOLD full attendance of the membersis taught In the high school department l and Union counties, but temporary Reach 35,000, Broward 14,243. Total
ley, of Avon Park-1 lot on north for Law- of the B. H. S. for the term I 1,11V. An
urged tonight's, meeting at past repairs to make the bridge safe for ; average by the Senate I

side of Kingsley.C. Worthington Springs, in the cor- tey. Come and bring your friend Jeft Sunday for her home in Kissim- heavy cars and trucks should be bill of S5.355: and an average by the

L. Peek to S. L. Peek and N.Sternbcrg ners of Alachua, Bradford and Union with you. mee made at once.INSTALLS I house bill of 2 .21.11.

-4 lots on west side of counties, was sold last week to Lake

Kingsley. I City men at the reported price of ELECTRIC I I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, who

F. A. Scott to Quigley & Davis 1 $:;0,000. It is the intention of the BOOKKEEPING: : MACHINE: have been valued citizens of Starke r

lot Walnut and Palmetto street buyers to improve the surroundingsof for a number of yearn, left Monday .

Starke. the spring and turn it into a sum Chamber of Commerce Meeting The Bradford County Bank has Installed I morning for their new home In Lakeland r

I E. L. Biggs to Arthur Strmgfellow 1 mer resort.on the latest model bookkeepingmachine. Their many friend] here regretto

of Gainesville-20 acres south of This is an electrically operated -I 'lose them from their midst, but

t Starke, on west side of highway. i the Peek road to Kingsley lake. Lawley Tonight Friday 8:00 machine and relieves the operator Mr. Limb.iugh'i business was such

Swallow-Hopkins to E. L. Biggs, E. David Jones to :Mr. Walker, of Val- of considerable! labor, necessary a.x to make it necessary for them to

W. Hayes J. C. Robinson-80 acres dosta-160 acre farm, near Hampton. in the hand operated models. live in Lakeland.


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LAWTEY / :-.
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Lawtey May 15L. II. Hill was! Y I MEW IT V/OUVO x-j.:I ( /, LUG IF -rJo.I'T\ ; OL'
transacting business in Starke satur- FOLKS t / COME -JO THlO +HAfVC i-i!I ( Der: vP, A FEW AMOS euo&b'HAVEN'T\. l

PAYMENTS ON day. USED; UP EVEftV CEKT;/ j jI DOLLpp, J"Po': SEFN HIM ,IN = S<'S .. :'


Don't forget the Chamber of Com- LINDV'S:: CLOTHES PRAISE 'EM ,+N'S

FRUITS PROTESTED murce meeting at the Lawtey Wn- TOWN BILLS HAD -RD HE'U.
man's Club house this (Friday) evening TAKE MV AINVTNF4iN'

..----_-.-. Everybody Is invited to be there. EVEN NEW SPQIN" e\ p

Hnlring Ileituo Flrnt of Thinwk. In transferring the! obligations of freight Jack Briggs!,-;of; "" Jacksonville, was SUIT eAcv7 :.. -
payment to the >,:nlitne: ; The I rs
Atlanta to He Resumed Nest transacting business in town Wed 'CAUSE J JCOULDN'T -.
"Th proposed rule also providesthat Blarney i ,
!Monday. nesday.
the guarantee must be satisfactory paY/ FOR

to the agent at point of ship Mrs. O. W. Roberts and baby returned Failed IT
Orlando, May Concentrated ment. There ore many agents who home Monday from DeLnnd -

by Florida shippers und state would not be In a position to determine where they spent several days with

\ clllclals AH well as similar )persons of what u satisfactory guarantee her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. II. ByEdward

other Southern Status are being made might be. The term 'sntiafactory Tutum. .* J x ri

to have the Southern Freight| guarantee' is an Indefinite one. A

ation dismiss! u proposed) rule AIIIIOci-1 shipper! would huve no way of know- Dr. E. L. Digits, of Starke was a McCaUoughAUTOCASTIR ,

outhcrn carrier that would, Ing In advance what guarantee might professional visitor here Friday. :

satisfactory KunrunU-e (or in of him. One agent might
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sence of such, prepayment consider 'mi tin factory guarantee by
the of Mr. and Mrs. L. II.
was guest
fruits and vegetables -
charges on perishable one standard while another agent
by the shipper Thin penalty Hill several days last week. 1 r
would use other means. I COULD
A hearing was hull on this proposed should not be Imposed on the fruit Mrs. J. II. Cdi'e;;;;:;; ;; and son Lee LOOT'ON O5T I COULO 'Era .
rulo In Atlanta on Monday before which bee 1.O.A.w ME Ncrr =1TEH
and vegetable Industry were visitors to Jacksonville Friday. SUCH *"N I 4TELLIGENT
the Southern Freight Association. factorin efo3TP 16
grown to be such an important
FAce >, HC'LU
Duo to iliiTercncc of opinion regardIng the traffic of carrier from Florida :Marcus and Clifton Brown of SURE; MAKS ME v.iFe'5

the proposed rule among tho carrier points." Tumpa were Sunday visitors herewith HIS MAB SOMCOAV&IR .

hearing of appenla and protestswere Secretary Robinson then points out their parents, Dr and Mrs. G. 1ft SOMeJ SOU 8VHEP

riot completed. Tho hearing will thnt it would be impossible for theahlppers W. Brown. =''NE BOVD a FIRSTHu58ANO

be renamed on Monday next. to freight in absenceof -
Thin proposed rule In considered by "satisfactory prepay guarantee" because\ Mr. and

tariff and state offlcialit as Jacksonville, spent Sunday here nt
expert in such large numbers
perishable move
theehippere the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Durban -
one that will ninteriiilly affect that the shipper have not tho

of the Southern States and ready cash for continued prepayment Sr.,

especially Florida.In us collection for their products requires Mr' M. E. Edwards and Mrs( A. L.Adkins .

a effort t<> prevent the carrier time. Under such a rule, he of Starke, motored to Law-

from placing "such nn i iinpoHition" .nay, much of the traffic would not tey Friday.

upon the shippers of Florida, J. Cur- move.

I tie Itobuison, Kccretary-mnnnger" of Tt I 18 further shown by the secretary Mrs. Sallle Reddish left\ last week

the Grown und Shipper League of that tho proponed rulo would require for Jacksonville, where she will spend

Florida nrly in advance, notified the shipper to pay the freight several weeks with relatives./

\ State Commissioner of Agriculture charge, if the consignee for "anyreason"
Rev. J.V.. Robinson filled\ 1 nn appointment -
Nathan :Miiyoaml M. L. Rhodes, commissioner refuses the shipment. He declares
at the Saxton M. E. church
of the state marketing bureau that it I Is now an obligation of -

and. re
protests. Governor Martin and) Com- able shipments in good condition and W. II. Biggs W. .E. Torode and R. FltEIGIlT RILE ON PERISH- I SEABOARD TIME: TABLEIn '| Choctuwhatchee river and the northern -

ml.llonorIllY"! wired the protests" to asserted that it would be unfair II. Thedo were business 'visitors to ABLE GOODS: OPPOSED half of Washington county.

the Southern Freight Atuiociation should the railroad" through its own Green Cove Springs Thursday.J. ( effect May 10, 192:>.) j This urea will be officially released
I and also hail resolution Introduced negligence deliver the shipment .in llu)' T>t and State Railroad Commieaioners -

a In the legislature' protesting the such condition ns to have it refused, W. Andrews, Sr. and J. W. Jr., Meet. No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives from federal quarantine Decemberthis

(r. publication of the proposed rule. Commissioner to then charge the shipper for the delivery were visitors here Thursday. at Starke 11:14: p. m. year if the present cooperation

Rhodes made protest In of u shipment on which he Atlanta May ".Shippers, buyersand No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville ar- I of regularly dipping cattle continues
Julius Dingfeldcr of New York in the remainder of zone 13, Includ-
called railroad rives at Starke 5:23: a. m.
when the hearing a would freight charges. state commissioners
(person not even get
: few here last week and those parts of
ing Calhoun Bay (
days as
spent n
No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives -
.' last Monday I Robinson sums up hU protest by joined here today In a protest againsta
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M.\ at Starke 11.02 Franklin and Walton counties in this
a. m.
Secretary. Robinson riled nn I saying: "Rate on fruits and vegetable proposal of southern railways to I f1 I '
i I / and vigorous protest which was ure high proportion to their lilnnchard. Institute a guarantee of freight: No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville ar J I, zone, it was said. The other tick-free
placed before tho association at the weight and in charging these high Mr. and Mrs.Y.. II. Edwards charges on all perishable good No rives at Starke 4:26: p. m. areas of the state include: Gadsden

hearing and which will bo in their. rates the railroad assume a responsibility and children of Jacksonville, spent decision was reached at today's fleeting I No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville Palm Beach Broward, Dade and Mon

hands for consideration again next for transporting the shipment Sunday here at the homo of Mr. nnd and it was said that developmentswere arrives at Starke 9:00: a. m. I
counties tick-free
j Monday.In in reasonable time and delivering Mrs J. II. Moore. not expected until next Monday No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key I roe Florida's area

hiM protest Robinson outlined it to the destination in like condition when Edgar Watkins, attorney for arrives at Starke 5:00: p. m. Is now more than 5,600,000 acres.

tho rule under which tho carrier and as when received., To undertakeby Will Peeples and sister, Mrs. Simmons the Atlanta freight bureau, will be No. 101 Starke to Wan nee leaves I

at calling of Miami, were visitors here heard. Mr. Watkins unable be
shipper operate present a clause of this kind to relieve the was to Starke 7:40 a. m.

attention to the fact hut the same carriers. of such responsibility would last week. present at today's hearing. (Daily except Sunday)

: rule was prevented once before and Impose an unreasonable and undue Approximately 23 representatives I No. 102 Wannee to Starke arrives 666

I wa sent to the general committeefor burden upon the shipper which the Mr. Harvey of Tampa was nere the of the shippers buyers and commissions at Starke 3:15: p. m.

review because! differences of I farriers themselves should assume." first of the week looking: over the attended the session. (Daily except Sunday) U 5 pmeriptlon for
within the association salable real estate Mr. Harvey is .
I opinion arose Malaria, Chills and Fever
The position of the carriers as set No. 7. Jacksonville to St. Petersburg -
of the of the
tho rule failed to receive one recent purchasers
proposed Bilious FeverIt
and KOAlin : Dengue
forth would make Orange Blossom due
: the recommendation of thnt Hamby tract of several thousandacres require shippers to ,' ( Special) kill tit* (Irma
bond for the full amount of freight 'at Starke 2:16: in.
v of p.
I committee. met In regular session April land west of Lawtey.
ouUinel.wout.l I with all member present. charges before perishable goods | No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm Habitual Constipation Curedin
Tho rule, as ,
proponed' of fruit and !Minutes of last meeting read and Clyde Rowe came home from Jacksonville would be accepted. Cucumbers, water- Beach arrives at Starke 10:15: a. m., 14 to 21 Days
require shippers and at the melons and Florida citrus fruits "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSI "
approved rend. spent Sunday werementlon'd 1 I stops for passengers for points between is a specially-
vegetables moving between points and a* districts home of his father J. B.: Rowe. as coming under the goodsupon '' Coleman and West Palm Beach prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitua
a Returns from the following I
to and from points In the South to which contemplated action Constipation. It relieves promptly and
No. 101 West
Palm Beach Jack-
prepay or guarantee freight. charges, were canvassed and results declared Miss Pauline Roden and Marcus would be taken. to should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto
in tho event consignee> refuses, for a* follows: Rnden are spending a few buys In The heard I sonville arrives at Starke 6:17 p.: m., induce regular action. It Stimulates and

; any reason! to accept I the .shipmentand District No. 1 trustees elected O.V. Jacksonville with relatives this week. .' babied on protests contentions that today the were stops for Jacksonville and beyond Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60C
\ Hinnon J. W. Batten II. 1 D. May, present per bottle.
freight charges. It -
; also pay that guarantee be satisfactory live nllIalotel.. Mr. and Mrs.: M.: Davis, of Jacksonville i I rules' under which freight shipments T. J. GRIFFIN,
require To
are governed is sufficient safeguard Stop a Cough Quick
I I to the. agent at point of shipment District No. 0 trustees elected A. were visitors here Sunday.R. | Agent.
for the It
of satisfactory II. Harley[ T. J. Terry, R, R. TheIl!!. was pointed out take HAYES' HEALING HONEY a
and in the absence -
i!,!' ten mill voted.District A. Blanchard spent several daysin that the roads may at any time demand MILLION: ACRES ADDEDTO cough! medicine which stops the cough by
j guarantee that the freight. Jacksonville last week with relatives prepayment of freight when TICK.FREEREA healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues.A .
No.7 trustees elected P.
charges: be prepaid. agents believe the sale of the box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
1 Padgett, R. C. Heiberger J. S. Grlner J.I
I Robinson in the name of the Growers not SALVE for Chest Colds! Head Colds and
I I bring: enough to prepay the Tallahassee May 1.-Dr. S.
Jr. mills voted.
i and Shippers League of Florida three Elnm Roden, of Jacksonville spent freight. Horn, in charge of the U. S. Bureau Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of
of District No. H trustees elected \V.M. HAYES' HEALING; HONEY. The
protested against the "tendency the weekend hers with his father, Prominent in the of of animal in conference I salve
presentation industry
e some of the member of tho association : Marrell.' O. W. Hurry, A. A. Edwards Otis Roden.A. should be rubbed on the chest. t and throat
the shippers'' R. Hudson with officials of the
) case were state livestock
to res ul>in it a proposal after It live\ mills voted. I of children suffering!! from a Cold or Croup.The .
\ has been !. ted because it District No. 10 trustees elected L. I,. Taylor visited his mother in Burr"chairman of the Florida rail- sanitary board announced that cat- I Krallnit effect of Hayea' Healing Hnnrr In.idethethr4atcombined -
w I once ro road commission J. McCord: tie fester ticks had been with the
I Starke ; president eradicated healing effrct of
I L. F. M. J. C. Al- Sunday.
causes neeOluss waste of effort on the Connor Norman of t"o'a O-Pco-Tral Salve through the porn of
the Atlanta Produce Club and in
dipping discontinued
an area lie skin
lOOn a couflh
six mills voted. I stops
part of the shippers or representatives vares J. 1 II. and J. T. Moore were transacting and, John :McCollouah[ : Atlanta representative of more than one million acres in Both ...m.tll..re parked In one canon and the
District No. Ifi elected N.
to be continually protesting a trustee ttet of the combined treatment' l.:J5c
I business in Starke Monday.Mr. of the National Leagueof zone 13, including Jackson
L). Green, D. Reddish J. L. I'armcn- county Just
1 ask
rule or in the event of a failure to Produce Dealers your druggist for HAYES'HEALING
of Holmes
I part county east of the
protest u rule and it is put Into effect ter six mills voted. : Tilley, who has been one of the HONFV

to make nn appeal to the Interstate District No. 16 trustees electedV.. tel"graphI'rntors at the S. A. L. -- ---- -. ---_._._- -- --- ------ --- -
'I. y Commerce Commission. T. Crosby, II. Thomas II. M. :\1cRae.Ion : depot during tho winter, left :Mondayfor

v-= The protest warned the association mills voted. Citra where he will be one of

} that if the rule were adopted thnt District No. 17 trustees elected L. the operators. I

the league would request the Florida A. Donally D. :M. :Moore Dan Johnson j Choose of these tires

;\, Railroad Commission to appeal to theT1 ten mills voted.Superintendent Frank Green, of Dade City was one

Interstate Commerce Commission in Wiggins: was ordered a Sunday visitor of Mr. and :\(1'8.1(

behalf of the grower. and shippers of to sell negro school near D. \V. Charles Dinkins. I
i' the state who ship over IOU.OOO\ carloads Kelly. according to your needs
I Roy Denmark of Jacksonville
T1 ,j of fruit an.1'elC.table... yearly By recommendation John Surrencywas
spent Sunday with relative
It alai. shown that the appointed to fill the unexpiredterm !
was presentbill
near I'
Lawtey. arc two tires that give the USCO Cord the
: of lading used by the carriers inj of James Reynolds, as trusteeof HERE

.1 Southern find Western. territories I Graham school Mr.( Reynolds: having Silas Brown and L. D. Dorman'were owner a chance to choose medium price tire. A full money's

'!-I. :f was the one prescribed by the Interstate moved from the county.A visitors to Jacksonville Satur I intelligently according to his reworth of dependable service and

\E\, Commerce Commission which deed. wn given the town of day. quirements. cash value.U.
't ; allows the! shipper to sign. cerllti- :Starke::: io a strip of land thirty feet | .

s- \ eats signifying hit notice of assuming wide extending acrosn the south side Xissimmea Fund appropriatedfor S. Royal Cord-the extra SeTDoth made by the U. S. Rubber

no responsibility for the! freight of the Starke school property. The dredging KUsimmee river. ,I 'ice tire. Built of Latex-Treated Company and carrying the trade.

.''; j I eh*"It rices would;. be discriminatory" lay.ti.t deed containing of education a provision woulj not that be, theboard required Clearwater! -City annexes huge Web Cord and the standard of mark of their makers as a warranty

} r I the protest "to accept from two shippers to pave or sidewalk. this. street territory east of city. and west of old tire value today. of quality.
Tampa Bay.
I I ,. at the same point on the same within three years from date.

i ti.t I t f day two shipments and to one accord The superintendent and chairmanwere Ilastinga-New high and grade United Sta !Tires

the privilege. of assuming no responsibility "' ordered' to borrow (!)IO.OO for school building formally dedicated. .

I ( for payment of freight payroll. ere Good Tlras

,I m :(1 i :' charges and to the other demands The following bills were audited An-adia-Irllh potatoes handled by

s ,guarantee or payment, of the and ordered paid: De> s >to County Vegetable Grower' USeD US
ft. tVwUnr{ Irathin, HOO.OO Association .
j charges on a like shipment It would inner Mmthonk. I'nrhtlw net farmers $30,000 in
14 I I also. .be impossible. \ for carriers to C'....... .>lpi>. mwhlm I'liUW 100... two weeks. s
4 hold perishables pending the securing "Mab..H. ".............. twnhlltl' 1M iM Cord Cord
H A N.
t'n-pratt. .
traMpnruUoB n4 : M /
Harr.lt. hotdlnc rhvUoll
4.OO pItI
from consignee a "guarantee or prepayment .\. A. Stukr. tnuuparUkUon M.". N. B. HaiL wale to.** s ,
.. of freight. therefore appears I. R.. IdlwBnb.. ImMporuUM T&.W \Ii<.- tt... ..nfc :.06 In30sJlocb In all since
H. D .
W. n. iMMntah' ate and
t-oi. *
to that the 1 H R WtmrliK. ... ItIaha tMwMa U. from 30x3hInches
us proposed .Ia"l 140.0" J. 'VT" W.w_. rater 4...,ilA inch clincher,
would be direct conflict. with the U W KKkllwr.. went onto* ... Thorns, ,
in oorti up
I no and JO 3V a
(I7 :\I. t. .. .. board Mfita* .... C9p x t /
+ Roy.il!
privileges now accorded the shippersof I...... IMnlin" Co.... wow at ......, !*." P. C.Unlit Plant ot3 lifht ta 32x3*. 3U4.33x4 f Cordlow
signing the .bill of lading and nradPord!. 1..t7 ........... prtsnar 10.14t J. U. ah'r.. .urea 1.50 and ht, pressure
: N'ttin., -data ,..... :w Balloon for
0.N J U !III browns '* 34x4 inch .
... .......
Cl V tru VontlM ..... (". niBMT LimilMr. t.... point. .to 20. i I And 22
...\. TNICt J. A. WM.IH. tonnl ,wrrto t-JO W.I.: r......... wood 5.75. straight/ siJe. a inch rims.and
KruJforri Canny assn.. +Immst ...ts n RxMiafc. knMiM InfiM
Orote-s Tasteless' chill Tonic restore. Ilmilf.ini I'ounlJ Bank, not U.0* N. n 0_.. h.idisg ........ 1.001 toe 1 Roval Cord
t, BnKlfunl luuntr 14sk. IMU t.IMM J 1. P. ....... -Type
1 Energy and Vitality by Purifyind and' f C ,...... dmriiw, .M J T rm haUtatf fe.Ua S (Ml Tireoon
Enriching the C. T. l-a.>....... iMfhlv lil.** R-Mtoa.. h.t: ag.hra'i. 10W
Biod.vhcn you fed Itstrenjlhenint _.. C W n.H.; W toMliinc IM.MI H I.I .
hoWlu dratimi W
.. Invigorating effect see how vr.o.1. M".kll. toMhlM !"':... I.. I. ,-"" ...'r. .k..Mlaw Hmini X.M
t It hrtnj; ctiltir to the checks and how J, MM.nd.r tr..hiaa. ..... r.I No._... KeMiB ImioK 2." r II M
W. JolUWMI. .
MMkiM TO M J C. \10....*. koUBu. KMiM 1M
I It improves the nx-tite, you will then K\rlt. *it.... | ably 7*'IO L \ t appreciate its true tonic value.Grove. I Nhrl: BulWn. IMMkllw Tt-MI W W. CVlMMB. IwMtac .W ioo 2.00 --
MaM Gunk MMMW|
I t \.. 11....... t_kls. Ti.I.N.iie. r>. V Mnonr. h.W15a clMlhlll S 00 U. S. Tires
Tasteless chUl Tonic Is siraily r> W. M_.... I.eha..Iwsfts 1.M Buy from
Ctkrl eae. n. _l.>.... !." a. R. awtdk.. hoUbi,
Iran and rtprtloa 1."
Quinine suspended in syrup. So S Aara..
!h. Tkwln. MMkUw
TI-M ,
fVr.,nt C.n'hi1.l! n Lie It. The blood KUHMV ....-.... MMklw ..... 10....W..to "riwmlfal_. **CV.***her ed.e4m.oil (*tMK .00
J t ncxigl'i.V 0 '.E to Purl(- it and IRON One RKX.. trh nv TS.M The
to W K: TS..- ,. u.i1. '<. iM superintendent was ordered to J. W. ANDREWS Jr. Starke Fla.
4 Enrich It. tv trays MAuuml' germs and Mr.. B r. ,. '...hint HOvWl publish& notice of Starke election atr1'O..r ,

I I Grip tfemu by. Its StrrnjCthening.: Inv1 i e- I \I.. t -t "...'._' "n._ t.ath nt 12444Tr 1:5.00"" time if there was no objections

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..--:. 1 1HOW'S THIS? 0 -I ICIemml* and Lucite Hall Tuesday --

'I Team WorkThe I II Trx1.L's *''T '.""1 iinDirisrn win afternoon. S'enuiu
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs I| in what wi canto for It-r!<1 your nyntcm |I --- n. .

..... ...**-.. .,.PnnM9.l .....--....-.-. ..a?........-. I <:'r..,Cni.rrh tth or Diafnr" caused by !j I MIDWAY\ .
>utwing payer \>'us 1'1 114101 '.1 1 '
U U. s _
CArAttiui >
F by Mr. R t. Clark and read at themen's Nines of an Olniraont H'nl'INF1. itch\ 4oIu\\cnn;. 3lidwaylay! !S.-Mr, an,11'0: -. t\
Live State News e I meeting at the Presbyterianchurch n retinues,f, Internal the catarrh Medlrtna.?, |Ir .mmatlon. an"* I James Douglass of Alachii. \\eit'
H which .
hero *"
n few nights ago. By request ,15 throiiRh, tin- Blood on the Mucous Sunday and were dinner ,'ut. wt.
I I <*urfar... thus mstoi of !Mr T. I 1..
.nf tho members it is published in full. ;!onePO 'in* normal inndl- fhnncor.

Told by Our Exchange The purpose of this meeting is to | consider sumo of the essential Chases *'. J. Chancy 4k Co.. Toledo. ObJio. I l.ake Butler, spent Sunday with lu-

of church work from a layman's viewpoint sister, Mr... J. I. Water. SPIRIMSay

''II The aim is to increase interest rage person realizes. Let's make this I Mr Roy Anders and :Mi K.<\, ( ;nun

Plant City-County division has '! puny A dredge is due to arrive here in the work of our church and extendits church noted for its helpful sermons. land, Mr Bonnie Waters, of Kionk."r i ,

become a live issue in some quarters at an early date to start actual pump- influence throughout our commun- Again, the non-church-goet is very i I.wore here Sunday

here. Petitions have been circulated ing of sand. ,- nity. To organize the membership of i observing of the church members' Mr J. C. Denison and l Mr .Toff foil- "Bayer"Insistl I "

and will be sent to the legislature in the church into an effectual auxiliaryin irregularity which is mugni.led and ner attended church Sundny night at j F
Tallahassee,, requesting the present Tallahassee-The City of Cedar used Miller For Colds f Headache J
advancing not only work within as a reason for his keeping 1 'h.
session to pass a bill dividing Hills- Keys ia planning to build a huntingand the church but reaching out and leading away from church. Mr G. W. Thomas wont to Lake Pain( 1
fishing lodge for the exclusiveuse I I Butler \ Lumbago
borough county, with a referendum people who do not attend church We I Monday on business I 1.
can gain some new membersfor
clause, the election, to be held l in June. of the Governor of Florida and j into our Hcrvices. church Mrt. Leila Knight and daughter, Neuralgia Rheumatism
our and they will Indu.eothers .
members of his, cabinet it was !Miss Mildred\ of lake Butler, wore ,
Washington The Florida< East ed by George T. Lewis, a 'leant Work, Two ana Two to come. By permitting our here Sunday und spent the .tiny with ,

Coast railroad was authorized! by the man of that place, while on a stat-I Christ utter making proportion pastor to give full attention to sermon -I her sister !Mrs Joo BrmimnMr G .fv. Accept only .a'

Interstate Commerce Commission to the capital city. It is proposed for his mimstery, selected his associates building we will have something and Mrs. Jesse (oli-. of lake <..JCt" Haver package c .
construct a 2'J-milo extension from its business men of Cedar Keys to set and in Luke 10:1: we note how he worth ,coming out to hear and if the City mere here /Sunday an.I spVnt the --- .

main line at St. Augustine to its aside a tract of five acres on Clark island I selected and sent them out in twos to atmosphere of our church member afternoon with his motherSAMTSON which contains proven directions ; 111\\

main line at Bunnell, o'la. The pro- Mr. _Lewis stated, on which the every city where he would subse- ship be tempered and helpful the attendance -.-- -- '-- Handy "Hayer" boxes of 12\ tablet I
posed eut-olf? will reduce the main lodge is to be erected and placed, in l quently come. will increase. The influence CII Y Also bottles of 21 a Oil 100-DruggistsA "

line mileage 10.-1 miles fOr through charge of a caretaker to be used at I At the present time some ..f our will reach out more effectively and a8 rutluro"i.irin it i< II,,. trite mark. at. moor Mtinn .
traffic. the will of the governor and such i I most progressive churches are Initi- Christians we will advance not only Sampson City, May ll>,-Among Moii.NioollcniM.k >( 'a.licpl.sitd. i .tl

I members of his cabinet as might ating this idea as a means of intensifying our own understanding but cause our the visitors to /Starke from here lust I

Sarasota-The'first<< gun of the already want to spend their vacations there. ) and extending church work. neighbors to grow in !grace and, spiritual week were W. It. Smith W. J. Robinson j .'I it mis of Mrs. I.', U. Itrown willregret

announced warfare of County I I You may note in almost any large development. Lester Kite I K. J. Goodge, W. S. tel learn that ehe was number .:

Judge Paul Albritton to stop the FernandinaNassau county freeholders -I church the brotherhood, or the lay From these indications it appears J Nabb, T. L>'nk Williams! and L. U ed on lhr I sick, list (hint" wuekMis. '

practice of persons driving automobiles are showing considerable concern man's league, or something else; in I evident that there is a work for our Johns. l.i-stc-r Kite and daughter,

while under the influence of liquor over improved roiuls and plansare I which the church body have united as church to do and I sincerely believe Frank Kosignol and C. F McKin- Louise, motored to Starke WednesJuy

was fired when he fined Ii. H. well under way for the calling ofa co-workers with the pastor relieving some form of organized team work dree, of Jacksonville, spent the weekend 1 afternoon. (

Butler, 45, $225 and costs and revoked -, bond election to provide funds for J I him of many time consuming details : among the laymen can be of material hero with relatives and friend 1! W. S. Nash visited his daughter, I

his license for a period of six I the completion of the program Construction :j which together with the sense of loyal I assistance to our pastor. Will we today 1 They were accompanied homo by I[ M rR. L. Morgan, a few duys lust week.

months. of federal road across the 1 i!,*I support provides more time and spirit as of old, try the two and two Miss Lillian KosiK'iol who had spent 1 C. It. Brown was a visitor to Lake
i I county has awakened Nassau citizens ) for his appointed tasks as church leader. l idea? the past two weeks hero with relatives Duller Sunday.
Lake City-A resolution urging the to a desire to build lateral roads A church in common with every I

appropriation of $8,000 by Columbia leading from different parts to con- other enterprise has a business obligation PINE;/ HILL Joo S. Williams left for I Miss Oertmdu Wynn, of Graham
Monday visited, her
aunt, Mrs. Lester Kite for
for I
county advertising the advan- |
nect with the
through routes. Several to meet. To function smoothly Gainesville where he will be
employ- few
a days last week.
tages and resources ofthe county discussed are Fernandina to Yulee. it must have reasonable -
a organization Pine Hill, May 8.-Mr. and Mrs. G. ed. I
and Lake City, was adopted here by Callahan and Bryceville, which would able leadership and loyal F. Friends of
Johns and
of Waldo Hiram E. Jones
family will
were regret TAMt'V: .\\ HIt 13ASKIMi
the Lake City Chamber of Commerce.A .
connect with three national highways. I I members. Its character must be active the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. to learn that he fell from tho T ,
special committee was also appointed Sentiment in favor of road from the '! liberal and progressive. Our Shvmeld Saturday night. and J. engine Thursday i, :' KKCIIKCKTampa : :
to confer with the county Dixie Highway at Milliard and run- (!j I church has a reasonable and democratic Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Youngblood and breaking his arm and sustaining several I II =

commissioners on the expending of ning eastward to connect with the I : form of government fashioned I son, of Graham, and Mr. and Mrs. A. ) other painful bruises lie was Mayo. Mayor Wall of
such I'
sum.TampaJennie coastal highway north of Yulee is 'on the representative control plan. C. Hull and family enjoyed a fish fry rushed to Dr. Middleton, of Starke Tampa today wired Commissioner of

Sacco, 17-year-old crjstalizirig also. I We have an exceptional leader far at the river here Saturday. Besides I for treatment.J. Agriculture :Mayo asking, that ho

mother, who several weeks ago shot Tampa-Refusal of the Atlantic ; above the average church of our size. plenty of fish all kind of good eats G. Wynn, of Gainesville. and grunt Tumpa the privilege of rechecking i

Simon Marcades, Ybor City mer- Coast Line Railroad to allow the The membership constitutes a were enjoyed and all reported a daughter, Thelma, Mrs J. N. Thomas I|I some districts here said<1 to
chant, in the criminal court room because ing of paving over its tracks lay- small family of neighbors devoted absolutely merry time. and .children and Miss Lillian Itosig- : have been omitted by census. enumerators -
he had denied on the witness road several and sincerely to the church Mr. and Mrs Ambrose and family nol, of Jacksonville attended tho in their recent poll, agreeing:

stand that he was the father of her limits has crossings led to a outside breach the between city and each other. So far everything l is of Waldo, were the guests of Mr. and dance at Karlton Heath Thursday that the city would pay the expenses s

baby, said she had married the man railroad officials and commissioners promising but ambition carries us Mrs. E. J. Uowling one day last week. evening. I Mayor Wall stated that ho had

who is alleged to have betrayed her. l it' was learned.county County forward. Our pastor seeks to organize Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall had as Lewis I'arrish who is employed in i been advised today by I' G. Waldan,

At her home she displayed a certificate neer Pimm told the commissionersthe Engi- field workers to go out in teams of their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G. Waldo spent Sunday here with relatives -, who went to Tallahassee to Interview -

of marriage with Marcades railroad had threatened two and make personal studies of F. Johns and family of Waldo, Mr. ;> the commissioner, that Mr.
to destroy specific and win the non-churc Mayo had said he would
showing the ceremony performed curbing and paving if placed and Mrs E L. Youngblood and son, Rev. Crosby, of Starke, will Ml his permit a
April 23 by goer. Lawton, of Graham, Lewis census re-check if the city would pay
a notary public. over one particular crossing ordered regular appointment here Saturday c
"' This is a new idea for our church. blood, of Louise and A. A. Hall for it. Whether Jacksonville wouldhe
( and is invitedto
| paved by the The I night Sunday. Everyone
county. to
; proposal
It has ,
Leesgurg the purchase of 2,- produced results in other Hampton accorded the same privilege was
have attend.R. .
800 acres from Gothe Bros of Manning ;:I contractors and others doing i places so we seek its trial here. Thereare Mr. G W. Sheffield and daughter not stated hereTo {
I I work for the county divert railroad S. Jones was a visitor to Starke.
W C. Wilkins, of Leesburg a number of delinquents in
1 shipments other our I Mr. Tjivn and fjtmtlv were visitors_ Saturday. I I
to roads than the un.n
has completed the acquisition it ownership community also a number of empty to: Waldo Monday evening: Cure a Cold In One Day
Coast Line was suggested. The con Mr. and Mrs. L. !Morgan and children -
of 4,000 acres of land in Lake, tractor doing the work reported that seats in our church-our problem is to E. J. McRae and son, B. J., and of Brooker, spent Sunday herewith take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tabteli Itntop
Sumter and Marion counties, to be make a lasting connection betweenthe th* | tfrailat ha and work*off the
Oscar Hall
an Atlantic Coast Line roadmaster were the guests of A. C. her sister, Mrs W II. Smith tol.l K Wt..xovas!\ ItualuraoaMchbux.: JOa
handled the Lake two.
by and Sumter
Hall! Saturday afternoon. hr
Land Company, charter for which had ceeded informed the him if the work pro Habit rules the individual, lie may Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pane and .. > ,
4,000 acres lies within eight miles of railroad would send an be an habitual church goer or he may family visitors -
were to Starke Satur-
Leesburg. the engine to the crossing and tear up never go. There l is always a reason day evening I World's Eves Now On Hindenburg

curbing. Important developmentwork in either case. For the individual who
Mrs A. C. Hall
Bradenton on the peninsula between spent Tuesday af-
-Begining of work in Tam-
regularly, through habit, enjoys the ternoon with hire B. E. Hall
connection with Manatee county'snew pa and, port Tampa is being held up, worship, but withdraws from partici- of
highway program will be underway according to Mr. Pimm. Hampton
pating .in the routine work is unconsciously Mrs. Albert
Stringer of
before the end of the present High
summer. The $1,500,000 bond issue Plant City-After a day of suffering losing time and position with Springs, and Miss Eliza Robinson, of

has been validated by the state legislature from burns received in a gas explosion his individual spiritual advancement.Soul Hampton, were the guests of Misses
development into
Arthur Bell local Christian char !
and on May 23 bids for the
$100,000 Issue for died. The explosion occurred in acter is a progressive process that f ze i iw'
construction of -
a front of a garage, where he was hav- never attains perfection. Worship :'
bridge which is to Anna )
connect backed by work will ,
ing gasoline put in the tank of his compose the dis- '
Maria and Longboat!: keys are to be turbing influence that heart- ;n.IfJ.J' ,:
coupe. Because of the situation cause ;
opened, and bids for JoO,000 of the of the ache and unconsciously leads soul tUifCiM4 I
line our
highway bonds. gas the tank in the car ,It ',. ,
outward into .
should be necessary to run the hose a world of usefulness ) Election: of Marshal von hin- +y .

Jasper-A real estate deal of large through the left window to the coupe, and upward through the mists of :'' :'< donburg to the presidency. of T "M es ,;';
proportions was consummated in the door on that side being locked. A time unto the throne of glory. i IbioleJaliJil Germany by an ovrrwhplmingvote A "Y' \

Jasper when J. A. Corbett sold a flickering railroader's lantern in a If habit can lead us blindly to has brought forth varied.! f .
large portion' "* his holdings in I corner of the car is believed to have church habit may engage us in participating I They're still slashin' tit I opinions! of Its effects fram ern '

Hamilton county a few miles southof I ignited fumes: The gas tation alte"dant in the work of the church. I tuxes, as they promised tin I leaders of all nations. That the s' .

Jasper. This deal invulved a con- jerked the hose from the car at The task of ascertaining why some individual folks/ they would, "ever'month: eyes closely of for all months nations to will come watch I lei i ,

sideration of approximately fifty the first flash\ from the explosion, and chooses to keep apart from a/ore the election, when c. i.di- conceded This new picture of ".

thousand dollars and transfers about I it is thought that gas in the line saturated the church is perhaps a delicate undertaking ,lutes thought they should l : I Irukon the aged war leader war taken LIj w4 1\

2,500 acres of land. The sale was Bell's clothing, as the hose It has been found that a they went an' slashed two weeks ago. He t is now 7s). rf

made through R. J. Camp and is one was pulled. out of the window, across careful study of the case may very 'roc.. as the papers declare they
I often lid, but I was a small exception,
his supply a solution tho -
legs. The remove A
of the series of like sales that are man made a frantic effort obstruction and lead .u mine was an upward sWul
now in course of negotatin. The sale to get out of the right door but church. a person into :so fur as I have observed 'em,
was made to a northern syndicate of got his foot entangled in the levers Human nature craves religious t'lt'' taxes was never so high" -
large Florida land owners and real l of the car and was only extricated af- instruction. A life without church i nt the papers sex they art io\v-
estate dealers. ter several attempts by Austin Pink- connection has lost a priceless jewel. c r-and the newspaper never

stall, who drove up to the garage just The attributes of God in man are so I li\" Ves. they'ro !!,oiu' lot keep air,
Plant City Chester demons, 12, after the explosion. manifest that we cannot deny their i uiflehin' with Moms n.4 = : .jkt.;; .re' NtM ...... .. .
jjL.lv ..
son 01 nenry demons or Plant iiiy, presence. Therefore, to attend churchis croon blows-the -- -
was hit and seriously injured by an )1.1110'OlTY;/ ;/ ShClKES an expression of our nature and lunaid so, and the Daily Ho". It
kiiowst. Of it takes ., ,
automobile NEW HICULTtH\L natural course ci"
in which Mr. and, Mrs. J. AGENTMarion .
ierable change to d' I I'
i "
C, Firstbrook, of Auburndale, were Man i is a social creature, he likes .
(l.vernment; nppds, like l j"i
which has
driving The boy was rushed to the without the services been company which also gives him a following hikes and benzine can, ui, t II""
office of a local physician and given of a., county of friends who look to him us ,mailin' of punkin sppii', ,\,,,1 I
first aid. The extent of his injuries is agricultural agent since the resignation their leader. We are never alone, individual it takes a n'ht! smart b'n' it-' .
not known. The Firstbrooks are be. of K. C. Moore on February 28, isolation is impossible under far, the cal b nit's xm ill 1111",1') I
has secured Clifford/ Hiatt for that social the little ul endeavors of tl t !
ing detained at a local hotel pending our order. If we do good we >r "
the outcome of the younth's injuries. position. lIe assumed his duties on unconsciously lead others. If we habitually glorified mil.'.,nun i i. Tie/ P'I!' !
The May 1, with headquarters in Ocala in lion is done pits (*il over and t;.. :
accident occurred on the Tampa engage shady dealing our .
Mr. Hiatt cost of livln' high and -
is graduate is w
of Col.
boulevard just inside the western are a stumbling block in the I "
reckon they'll slash the to'
lege of Agriculture of the \ < .
city limits. Firstbrook claims he was Florida where Universityof spiritual pathway of our friends. Our snme more-In the sweet by and' .
forced off the road in order to escape he made an outstanding Influence upon our associates ix greater byl, I ,
record as a student. In addition than of
collision with another car. any us realize. I venture
to several years' experience on if 15 out of 25 men who regularly remain IZi4'e..4) i r.,
Clearwarter-Final approval of the his father's farm, he has had one and away from church service could ( ) rr carM,AU arch.err "

plans for the causeway which will one half years' experience as manager be induced to attend the rest would HelP! wrAuhwnanoi"e.4Aar rrru. ,..
span Clearwater harbor from the of the Brooksville Creamery, blindly follow the crowd.It I

mainland to Clearwater island was which position he resigned to come is one task to arouse a man to
received from the United with the Agricultural Extension
States attend church and another to keep '/
government at Washington. The Division and Marion county.In him interested and coming. Two of I
plans were recently approved by the accepting the appointment as the foremost reasons that cause discouragement rr.rtr geard .+..tJ The most important tire

Jacksonville office of the government county agent in Marion county Clifford and loss of interest with

and this final permission was all ia following in the step of his men are: The constant clamor for announcement -.1,
needed to start work immediately on father, S. W. Hiatt, who has spent money from the pulpit and the 'heed I t( I of years:

the project. The contract for the construction many years with/ the Agricultural less irregularities among church 1 11n: 4. '
of the causeway which will Extension Division as county and dis- members 4tYd4'fjIO"J'
L. j can now equip your t
___ ,__
be nearly two miles long warj- trict agent and is now county Our You : '
was agentof pastor should be spared by his with a tire twice at
ed to the Tampa Shell and Sand Com- Palm Beach county. I church officials from being obliged to COULD eAN.( CH/V. '...CE T.-t; ;.. J big as ordinary cords and l'

I use the dollar insignia his 'J-IN JUNE .-6W t ::: T'r'r: PA.t.FACEO -" C'
-VLACIIUA LAND;/ S.\LE as text inflated to only half the
week after week. A FRIGHTEPIt'; : l LIrLuRWtiltl \ :
sermon more It fits
COFFINS & CASKETS l. Gainesville May 6.-A Miami syndicate surely than an attempt to serve a '-;;pi'r'r; 7JJ -' ( nil.. 'i 1 pressure.rims and costs about present the

closed a deal yesterday for thin slice of scripture amid two calls / '. 1 t';
And a Full Line of i for !! : / : same as ordinary tire*It
over 11,000 acres of Alachua county cash. The constant demand for JJ ( .. )- Yhr.fJti, y r 1 IT.J give revolutionary ad '
Undertaker Sffplin land lying between Fairbanks and money from the pulpit dismissesmore "l .
--- vantallcllofcumfortanJcar.
Waldo on the new highway to Jacksonville people from a congregation and \ /
AUTOMOBILE HEARSEAlways Lying fifty feet above New sustains more ahsenteesthan the ave- 3 'iI} :'-- MTCHEHIST"Comfort" I economy. It in the new 'I.

on hand. The best service man's lake, into which it drains Micheim Comfort Cord.

at the lowest prices Special through Hatchet creek, every acre of No Worm In a Healthy Child /'I .t. '. ,. : Cord Will you conic in to see it? t '

attention to telegraph or. the tract is capable of 'I' .
good drainage, All children troubled with Wonu hava ,
dens Registered Embalmer. and it adjoins the famous Waldo bulb- heaJttlr color. which Indicate poor blood and u a I -fi..1 .. Smith's GarageStarke
rule hero to _
more or I Monaco dllltar"- _
section .
growing on the east. .
GKOVC S TASTELESS: chui TUNIC &1..... nfularly Si.' ,.. ,'OPL
DeWITT C. JONES Plant-- ---- toe two or ibm week wUI enrich tile blood, I.... vr1r ; 'I I' ,,:/K'Io-I.. I Fla.
City-Local berry crop for .Drove the digestk.nd ,
act u a General StmuiUf 4wa.etew.ar tr"jfl/r---rJ.
STARKE, FLA season prior to April 3 passes $1- niosTonfe: to the wbote .,...... Nature will tbea I
000,000 mark. throw ear dtepel the......... and the Child will be \" l' I ft\" .. d t
hi perfect: taaJth Plaaaaot to toss We pe bouJa.



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FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1923.:

f E FOUR ..- -
ft. t A _. -- .." -- -- Lucile Mr.\ and Mrs. O. A. Hall, Mrs.
: e C e e e e West Palm Beach-At least five county clerk of Bradford county, was and daughter Helen,
Owen Byrant
FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL new hotels to be erected here within a business visitor to our city this
,)v. Mrs.' Oscar Estes and son, Raymond
1 six months. week
S REVIEW next all of of Waldo.

marketable produc A car of moss trom Gainesville Mr. Green, of Dade City is th.
e e e e < Florida's crop Philadelphia,
Frostproof-School building to be< tion in 1K2I(/ valued at $00,000,000. consigned to a firm fire.in Moss! and cara truest of Mr. and Mrs.' O. W. Sheffield
Penn., caught on
erected at cost of $120,000. this week.
ory' I Fort Pierce New causeway complete loss.
Ii Mr.' and Mrs Albert Stinger anl
West Palm Beach-Building permits Indian river completedand of High Springs,
A bridge across Mrs. L. Joselove, A. P., of High Springs were the
I issued from January 1 to Apr! opened to (9, U.tal $2,163,525.DeLand Joselove Dry Goods Co., while the
Il i IMumiKJD. uiiil 1O1)if West Palm Beach-Local water Manager, Mr. Isadora Friedman is in Thursday afternoon.
I, Volusia county's 1921)I system to be improved and extendedat St. Petersburg visiting his uncle. Mrs A. C. Hall is spending several

I road program calls for expenditure cost of $250,000. Mrs. H. F. Philips, of Dunedin Is days this week with friends and;

; SPKIN:' <; ItfSINESS; : l'IUHI1SI'iGSprlnlC : of 850000. awardedfor the guest of Mrs.' Joe 11111 Williams relatives at '''aldo.G. .
J DINNER: : 1'AR'1'1Thv Sebrlng-$50,000 contract thia week. W. Sheffield Winter Haven is planning annexation construction of pleasure pier.
from the I business m opening up most Walter and Arthur Payne were visitors -
fr t following n espial>l ) of large territory. Rev. P. K. Rowell State Evangelist
; Tallahassee dUlly paper: promisingly: and the outlook ia far Stuart-American Light & PowerCo. of the M. E. church is holding a very to Starke !Monday evening.

y '; Representative und bins E. M. rapidly increasing activity, accord Largo Eighteen: different road secures 30-year franchise to successful revival meeting at the Clyde and Wilburt Hall spent Sun-

i : Johns delightfully entertained the I II Motor- projects being constructed in Pinel- erect and maintain power lines Methodist church here assisted by day afternoon with friends in the Ft.

I .t: college girls from Bradford and las county. through! Palm Beach county. the pastor, Rev. J. W. Cramer. The Farley I section.
b. Union counties with a dinner fatty al In the sale of Ford cars and trucks) meetings are largely attended. Sun- Mr.\ and Mrs. McDonald and daughter -

a local tea room on Thursday eveningA these show that daily domestic retail Clearwater-New civic building tc Dade City-Tampa Electric Co to day evening they had a house full. Miss Eloise and Mrs.: G. F. Johns

color scheme of blue and white was, deliveries have more than doubled bo erected on site of Garden avenue build large ice plant here. The audience was treated to a Solo: and children, of Waldo, were the

used. The white linen Blue Bird :inlma.eee since early In January. The largest jail. I Come to Thee" sweetly sung by Miss guests of Misses Clemmie and Lucile
i of Easter lilies made the attractive increase came during the latter part New Smyrna-Construction of new Ada Register and was highly appreciated Hall Monday evening.
; little tea room very lovely. of February, reflecting the upward Palm Beach county commissioner) post office building under way. by the congregation.
ladies were< trend! of business which is now under plan for issuance of $7.000- Mr. and Mrs. Payne and family
which they approve
After young
F taken to the Uaffln theatre. way and the optimistic outlook for 000 bonds for highway improvementLake Crestview-$21,000 bond issue vot- In view of the fact that in the near I and Mrs. Payne's parents, Mr.' amt

", this delightful occaalon March. ed for Installation of sewer system. future hard roads will run through Mrs. Ceo. Sheffield, were shopping. in
Those enjoying Securities Union several deals have been
with Mr. and Mrs. Johns wen Another Interesting feature ia Worth-Lauriston activities for county I Hampton Saturday evening.
'r Fort Pierce Building
of choices! made! this week. Springs
Tractors Corporation buys some Worthington Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Tillis and children !
Fernan Fordaon
Misses Alderman Epperson shown in the sales of the first three months of 1925 total- I
property in city in $1,000,000 deal; have been sold to a Lake City firm of Waldo, were the guests of
Bradford coon made rapid
del and Muldleton, of which have a & .
and Misses Padgett Porter, through the agricultural large building program to be launch $450,000. the consideration being some where Mr. and. Mrs. A. C. Hall Saturday
farmer ed by purchasers. New road to be built around $50,000. The investors have night
Scarbrough and Peace, of Union sections, indicating that the Haines City-
I county, and little Miss Gloria Johns. is coming in stronger as a buying I bond Issue from Haines City to Lake Hamilton. made no mistake in securing this
I of Ford at Tampa-$175OOO planned beautiful place.A NOTICE OP APP1.irATION FOR TAX DEED
sales an" arc
CLASS PICNIC factor. Daily for street improvements in Murray Seefner-Plans announced for con- very desirable piece of property U:\OI'F.R sECTION 575 OF THE
the time four times all great GENERAL STATUTES
present Hill districDenflClIFlorlda= struction of $50,000; tourist hotel. I on South Lake street was bought by
Mrs. T. W. Limbaugh gave a farewell i as they were early in the year. I --- E. W. Miller from H. L. Fowler. Hereby. notleiIn uKi-n that S. D. Will pur.chancr .
her Sunday school class,, Retail sales of the company during East Coast railroad Fort Lauderdale-Ten high-class of tax vale eertlttcatoa numben. l re-
party to February, exclusive of those in Canada rushing double tracking work here. Alderman Motor Company has purchased .peetivuly, 165 and lag Issued by th. Tax Collector -
Tuesday afternoon. This clans la composed subdivisions being developed J of Bradford County Florida. Snid evrtlfleatff -
6 Ltd. totaled 123,121:> Ford cars Jacksonville. I a lot on Main street near the .
of seventeen primary pupils,, between this city\nd I yiumhirwl IKS brine dated June 7.
their and trucks and 7,211 Fordson True I Eustls-Construction of causewayand center of the city. They expect to I 1M1I7 end mid cnrtllleato numbered 182 bolnir
greatly regret giving up aid. ..rtlft.....
who Miami projects out- 01.1..1) July 6 HUB. hu fllml
deliveries in -Development) road from Dixie highway tG' $4,000&
who this week has left for her' tors. Of these the retail put up garage. In my olTfee and ham made application for
teacher the United States reached 112,520 lined for present year call for expenditure county club !grounds planned by Tam- ;, Mr.\ Knabb has bought out the tax deed to iMUe In accordance with lair.
Lakeland. .
new home In I of $25,000,000.West Mr.\ T. B. Saul. cprtlflcatva nwpvetivply embrac*a the
Naval Stores -interest of
The class met at !Mrs. Llmbaugh'a I Ford cars and trucks and 5,91Jo'ord- pa syndicate.ElferaGarage '' following. lands In Bradford County. Florida.aimrHMvd .
I Hundley at Raiford. at the date of the Uauanca of such.
home and! from there went to the sons. Palm Beach-Old post office I and hotel to be Some real estate from Valdos- rtillcatro In the namn respectively hereinafter .
woods, where they had a Jolly time Reports also indicate Improving building being replaced with modern I erected north of city. I I men particularly art forth to-wlt:
and enjoying a bountiful conditions in the high priced, car field, ta and other places in Georgia have C..' itlcsD No. ISA embrace north half ofnorthwmt

playing picnic games luncheon. Lincoln cars, set a new February record structure. Lake Worth-Building permits issued i, been visitors to our city this week lion ID. tnwn quarter.htp, 7.of south nnrthw..tI.rler range. 21. 20 ,acre nee-.
with BOS domestic retail deliveries Eustis-Lake Eustls Place being during March totaled 'Jt,761. I II and are highly pleased with prospects aiuu-MixI Unknown.

20TH CENTURY:' BRIDGE CLUB as compared with 428 for the developed at cost of $3:>,000. I ahead for Union county. Some are northwest CVrtineat quarter No 1A2 of cmhraCMi m>utht>.at nest quarter half, section of

.. same month a year ago. I. Glenwood-Eleven new dwellings seeking location, others looking: for i 3fi. towimhln 7. nnuth ranitc 21 east, 20
Tampa-Atlantic Coast Line railway time. ...-.-.. aiweMed Unknown.
Mr. and !Mrs. F. F. Stump entertained being erected hero at present I prospective Investments. "
DIKFKUKNCK. : : : TWO start contraction of freightand Unleat Maid certificate shall be redeemed
Club to: /
the 20th Century Bridge; aeiurdlnir to law. tax decal will (Lave thereonon
,; SIKASL'KKH! AS AMENDMENT: : in Ucota suburb. Arcadia-New business building to FINE: HILL
the following passenger yards the ISth day of June, A. D. 192B.
Thursday evening with )
be erected on De Soto avenue. Witness my official aignature. and nest this
I truest playing at the various tables: Bill Agreed Upon Offered by Vajlor Palatka-Montmollin dock at foot I Pine Hill, May 15.-Among those ) lh. 13th day of May A. D. 1D2B.

Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Inman Mr. and and Ilvndry. of Lemon street being rebuilt and JIItIJFORDDrudiord who spent Sunday at the home of i I Seal Clerk Circuit Court.O. W.Bradford ALDERVUN.County.
I Mrs. N. Sternbcrg, Mr. and Mrs. O. enlarged. M.I Mr. and !Mrs. A. C. Hall were !Mr.' and Florida.By .

L. licasley, Mr. and !Mrs. S. L. Peek, Tallahassee, May 0.-The house May 15.-:Mrs. W. Mrs. E. J. McRae and daughter/: Miss a \ -6t.8-12 C. A.Deputy KNIGHT.Clerk.
:Mr.! and Mrs. J. L. Peek Mr. and committee on reapportionment todiy Sebring-Combined plant of Se- Harrell left Sunday 'for Jacksonville -

r :Mrs J. W. Andrews Jr., Mr. and !Mrs. decided to recommend the hj.no I bring White Way and High Lands tG: spend the week with her brother, I -

r L. Wyman. I measure on this subject rather han American, local newspaper, being enlarged Mr.! W. W. Roburn. Ji i 1iT3L ll.lnnw.1JO.B..1I.1fEJ1lWhen : ; ': :

tl After playing several rubbers of the senate, offering the differences I and improved.Apalachlcola$230,000. Mr. huff of Clayno, was here one i'

.I bridge and the presentation of prizes between the bills as amendments to day looking after some business interest. :
to the fortunate winners the hostess the senate bill. : bond issue I You
served delicious ice cream and The bill agreed upon by the committee planned for construction of hard-sur- Miss Cantey Oliver was the guest Think

coke. A variety of spring flowers is that introduced last week faced road across Franklin county. of Miss Jewell Conerley Saturday i

were used to decorate the living room by Representative Taylor of High Fort Myers-Church building to afternoon.Mrs. .

and reception hall. lands and Hendry of Taylor. be erected here with seating capacity T. L. Weeks and son, of Santa I

'4s The differences between this mllnsure of 2,000. Fc spent the week-end with her ( saving or | ) ?(

YOUNG lIAnWcI.un: and that passed by the senateare brother, Mr.' W. H. Harrell. I safeguarding;} (
t Arcadia Contract for Miss Lucile Harrell the week- of $
Mrs. W. II. Wainwright and Mra.y1I : signed erection spent (
Jim Klekliter Jr., were hostesses The ninth district in the senate of thirty homes, office building, end at Pine Hill with Miss Cantey j i borrowing or j

Tuesday afternoon to the Young Mar I I, bill is composed of Ilernando, and hard-surface road and cement sidewalks Oliver. ( transmittingor J +

trona' Club, at the home of Mrs. Citrus; the house bill Pasco, Hernan- in Arcadia Gardens. Mrs. W. H. Harrell and daughter,
do and Sumter. L.ucile, visited friends in Worthing
Wuinwright. bill Tampa-Theodore Roosevelt grammar ton I ,- of other financial needs
t The afternoon was spent with sewing Fourteenth district in senate Is Saturday.Mr.
school to be erected In Palma and Mrs.! C. J. Crews ttendedhe !
and playing bridge Mrs. E. M. composed of Columbia alone; the >It .!'
r Pela district at cost of 2000000.
I DavU making high and receivingfirst house bill includes, Columbia and B. Y. P. U. at Brooker Sunday

1 prize and Mrs.' T. J. Alderman lIanll1ton.I Tarpon Springs votes to extend I night. J
, I Fifteenth district is composed of city limits from present area of foursquare Mr. and Mrs.! Callie Weeks, of I Think of Our Banka

low.The hostesses .served delicious ,I Bradford and Union; house bills includes miles to fifteen square miles. Alnchuu were the guests of Mr.\ and

fruit salad, anilines, olives and iced Bradford, Union and Baker. Mrs. Wade Harrell Sunday afternoon.Mr. ?
''r ; tea. Twenty-ninth district senate bill Winter Haven-Lake Silver property '. :N. G. Hayes Jr., spent Sunday good placeto

p The guests enjoying the afternoon includes Clay and Baker; the house subdivided into 225: residential' with his parents Mr. and !Mrs.

wore: Mrs. Ida W. Tatum, of Jacksonville bill, Clay and Putnam. lots to be thoroughly developed. N. G. Hayes. att

.. Mesdames C. A. Futch, W. Thirty-third district, senate bill Includes Mrs. John Harris of Lockhart, Is"pending [1 -- keep your checking and savings accountsto
Sebrlng Bond totaling $2,600,000
E. Davis N. 1>. Wainwrlght, T. J. St.:: Lucie. Osceola and Okee- the week with her brother,
to be voted this for
Alderman, A.V. Anderson N. chobee; house St. Lucie and Brevard. work in upon all new subdivisions.summer pavIng Allen Conerley. establish and utilize your business; credit

Sternbcrg, E. M. Davis, Vivian Sanders Thirty-fifth district, senate bill Mrs. Allen Conerley and, daughter

C. A. Knight, R. J. Davis, Misses Palm Beach and Broward; house bill New Smyrna: -Drainage district Eunice, spent the weekend in High hn

!_ 'I' Sara !Malpai. !Marguerite Shriven, separates these two, milking two districts comprising 5,000 acres to be established Springs with her sister, Mrs. George

I l Ethel Griffin and! others. Palm Beach No. 31& and Drow- south of city.Penlac,14'Vark. Usteon. a Friendly Bank

; I The Young !Matron's Club will be ard 38. Mr.' Bob Brooker, of Waldo was In
i entertained next Tuesday afternoon by Thirty-seventh district, senate bill to start on construction his: section Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

I .. Mrs. Vivian Sanders, at Keystone Seminole and Brevard; house bill of sixteen miles of new and !Mrs. N. G. Hayes spent where you are always welcome and your businesswill n
I ; heights All member} urged to bet Seminole and Orange. highway. in Escumbia county. Saturday afternoon in Worthington 1

present.MKKKV. The .silo is a storehouse that pre- Unifies City-Work to start at Springs. always be appreciated.

y ; ; 1111(111( D\Y P.MITY serves feed in its most natural farm nee on $133,500& paving program. LAKE BUTLER i
t with the smallest amount of shrink "' '" i ?
1 Little Miss Eunice Canova celegrat- age and waste. Jacksonville-Local syndicate announces Mr.! and Mrs. D.: S.: Scott, of Val-

I, .d her ninth birthday anniversary plans for $2,000,000 subdivi- bats, are the guest this week of I LAWTEY STATE BANK
i Friday afternoon by giving a beautiful The silo provides the safest storehouse don on Atlantic boulevard. !\Mr.' B. D. Harrell and family. Mr*.
for feeds. Scott is a sister of :Mr.' Harrell.
I party at the homo of her parents Fort Lauderdale bond
-$2,000,000 Lawtey Florida
W. C. Dranwell train muster of G. ,
Mr. and !Mm. Paul E. C'anova, on
In the poultry yard, non-layers are Issue planned for highway construction
S. & F. Railroad, wan in Lake Butler
North Walnut street E. S. MATTHEWS. President A. L.
TAYLOR Cashier
. I non-payers. Get rid of them. and erection of county court :Mondnv. ni
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Each guest brought a lovely present house.. '
to "Bunny" and the little people !More\ ensilage can be produced onto Our .JI I I ft end (ii.; W Aldi-nnan 11OticjJCClmmll! X'lCDUtJQUo.JJLJfJOOt1JOol.J.1t ItJOOUWtJ( J( ttXJCJLIn1i: !FtNm

had a merry time playing games. on acre of land than any other kind Palmetto-Tomato packing homes
the spacious lawn. at feat.FIfwers. throughout district opened for 192.:;

On the large white birthday cake __ IIeUKon. .
I there burned nine small pink candle1, :1. / bring more real joy in re- -
l Intfon the work them' Salerno Contract to be awarded
and the favors were dainty baskets to spent on -
filled with lamlies. Mrs. Canova assisted than any other thing you plant. for paving several miles of city
. by Canova Martha I .itrccts. MINSTREL SHOWS
Mary ,
I Spuds Johnson sayS/ a really wise
Brovrnloe Eunice Florence
Canovn and -
t I man not only knows what is worth Federal reports up to April 9 show-
Fincher served ice and .
cream knowing but deer what Is worth do- id excellent cotton planting con.li-
Ing. ions: through most of the south. ,
The invited Lois Ad-
guests were:
/ Planting was continuing in California -
t' king Lois Long, Hazel Adkins. Dorothy The cost of harvesting and storing and Arizona, with an increased R. Yenrac presents, "THE ROSEMONT: ORCHESTRA" and
Rltch, Ktholin J: and Dorothy feed l in the form of silage Is the in .
White Juno Bullrn Florence and cheapest per ton of any crops har icrengc their Company of singing and dancing comedians

Alice Fincher. Georgia and Sara vested. A Company of

Hope Haynes. Mary Brownlee Clara Portland. Me. starts development of0.tkkncrp
Louise Peek Martha Brownlee. Lillian I One aero of good soil In Florida can tract near Hillsboro

Garrls Liliian Rternbcrg, Frances be mad to produce $100 worth of anal.
Ward, Margaret Williams, !Marie feed in a year when planted to silage Music Music MusicVaudeville
Brown, Geraldine Johns, Billy Powell l'rupw and fed to dairy cows. .rNili.NN,....t. .t....4.I4.

Vera Claire Robinson, Mary Ca and
Sponsored by the Governor a Constitutional Epelepsy Hysteria
Louise and Fenella
I nova Snyder. Amendment U under consideration

TEACHKIIS': CKH: nKICATKSAn : : in both houses which would Nervousness acts, new songs, new jokes, everything new, every-
i give the legislature authority to apportion -
ii i examination for teacher's certificates State funds for the supportof IOBO KIDNEY: AND BLADDER thing different and a show you have never seen before.

/ will be held at school building county schools. There is now a REMEDY

In Starke beginning Thursday 8 constitution! lihiblti"n against such Hobo hm been highly esteemed in

r a. m., June fourth. appropriations. Little can be done that .p..0cpsy and Hysteria FRIDAY MAY 15TH
II. B. WIGGINS.The has not been done in the past accord- treatment of 6 bottles of [Hobo Kiln, ,

ing to members of the legislature to Your, neighborhood druggist will
United States is using up Its
relieve the poverty-stricken condition ell treatment of R bottles of
timber four times as fast as it is of some of the common schools \Hobo you Kidney and Bladder Remedy Admission 50 and 75c plus war tax
}' growing. Better to adopt a sane forestry until this Amendment is finally ap for $((1.00. ,
policy than for us and our' chill -
proved. The legislature will also pass After taking the treatment\! If you
dren than to wish we had.
number of bills drafted the State
a by ire not entirely satisfied with the remits -

' The dairyman can construct a silo Superintendent of Public Instruction obtained we will gladly refund

to fit his conditions at reasonable to perfect the administrative machinery your money. GAIETY
(oet,. of the school! system. THEATRE Starkeh.
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windproof West Palm: Beach-Good Samari- ,
The concrete silo is llrcprDof, -
ratpr lof. :and sift- from all insect tni h ,- .! tu be in'irited! :: at cost of Beaumont Text

pests such a" Wi-evili 1$1'1,000.>l I ,.{.!.?.*..(.t+.+t.+**-t e-..*..+. -



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SILK Smith A SAFE AND SURE quart Hampers. Any amount J. L.
: milTcred Harrell, Lawtey, Fla. 6-1-41\ :

2Bits of Local {: I 1 : on TO METHOD REDUCE: LUMBER-See J. S. Austin for

I building material at Kingvley Lako.
STOCKING Information La. Rita Reducing Girdle arc partiecharlmingahoyat You can get better material for
\ for ipnrti "'..r. Give leas money than the market price.J. .

] ti".... Healthful.. figure.KndurMd Kliv. fit.* S. Austin Starke, Fin. B-B-41
Concerning Our People, Business and Fine by phyiciunn.
natin-finulied! '
C"It- : .1.l ,.li rubber. .
PROMISES\ r color. Oinifnrtuhle ATTENTION: LADIES -Have
front .
Progres of the County and Town. I Retell clasp
!price $4,/H5. Agent"pecnil' price hair switches, nude by Sirs J. T.Itmvxe .
$&.50 ....h.
tnjuv. Quantity limited. Order 100H North Virginia St.,
hip measurements.The uiiciimeted. wait and Ga 1I\usvll1\ ,', Flu.J /6-lR-tf\
ti .
Even if we were I WEATHER REPORT Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and gratify I lousiliolj' Specialties Co. ESTRAYED-Two setter bird dog
accomplished Ret' Milton and. Martha, went to ... 52 West Market Street Akron, Ohio OIHI red with white spot on cheat
liars, we wouldn't dareto Weather week ending ville Wednesday for a visit other one small whitu with few

make a lot of exaggerated I !May Date 13, 1025.Temperature Rainfall Bro'.vnlee'a sister, Mrs. S. T. The house committee returned v MM two I dark* potx. Advise A. II. Johns 1
unanimous tt
1\Iax. Min, Inches Birt and! unfavorable reports n ::4!
the hos
statements regarding P. S. McMillan Sirs bills dealing with tho cattle tick '
May 7 86 62 0 and family r, eradication
Dluck horse with whito
iery we sell. We are neigh. 1\Iay 8 88 63 0 Sunday in Pulatka with Mrs. Springs I the bills work introduced in the state. One of hint, foot star in his face.one Finder, .
IJ 00 62 0 lan's aunt Mrs. Calhoun, by Representative -
bors of and May will notify Dorm Jones, Dukes Flo. '
as such Frisbee of ,
yours Clay,
companied them home for Tampa, proposed
May 10 88 63 0 a pass and receive small
will live within the boundsof May 11 01 62 0 !! this II age of an act making
!May 12 00 61 .14 Are going to compel anyone to dip live* stock for LOST-Gold breast with diamond .1
paint pin
truth that merit you eradication of
so we ticks and l
may !\
May 13 89 GO TracesMrs. were by
house If so see William between post oHlcu and Mrs.Snyder's. .
your good will. Honest business den. W. P. Representative Tucker, of \Vatcnll; Finder return to Teltf-
J. II. Ritch was a visitor to sought/ a reorganization/ of the'Stuto!
graph oftku and receivu liberal
sense clearly shows thatit Jacksonville( Monday I the Live Stock Sanitary Uoiird.f-Soth. rewaul -
Miss Gertrude Adams, who to her measures were tabled under the rules. 5-10-21. s
is best for to tell the -- -- ----
us you O. W, White motored to Campville wintering in Starke as the FOR S:.11.t1Four: well located lot*
truth about our merchandise.That Thursday on a business trip.{ Dr. and Mrs. II. A. business Any person or persons violating/ at u 111'1thnl will enabletho pur-
gives confidence in Thursday for her home in the provisions of any of the laws of chaser to OInkn decent profit a
you Ill. : \\' Florida" relative to tho within u few "' Mr and Mrs J. C. Hoover went to manuCacturo'l
sale, barters erty'r
and feel
our store you like here, or ,
Jacksonville I .
afternoon. .
Tuesday Miss Jessie Thomas, who or transportation of Intoxicating liquors ---
coming often and recom- teaching/ the past term in : Frank, I i" the night time shall be punished SEED PEANUTS

friends. Miss Isabel Bullen has returned came Saturday and is the I by a fine of not lean tlmn $250 'I N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea- '
mending us to your home after spending last week with her brother, A. J. Thomas, and family. I nor more than $500 and by imprinonmcnt outs $1.00 per bushel (Four centa

You even feel that at any friends in Tallahassee. ly. accom- of not legs than two months nor I'' per pound) f. o. b. Lowell. Fla.
and more' than six months amt each "nh.sequent I II. T. IIALL COMPANY.
-- i
time you can trust an impor- Mrs. S. T. Dell, of Gainesville, motored Mr. and Mrs. W. S. I the offense 11111111"c ;liitt;; a'' 1-9-tf. Lowell, Flu.
here Sunday and was the guestof ( second offense and shall be prosecuted -
tant purchase to your chil her father, Col. W. T. Weeks. 1 little son, Billie G., of Hastings I to as such and upon conviction the
week-end with
Mrs. ('
dren, relying on judgment Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph parents, Judge and Mrs. Baptist $500 persona and shall by be Imprisonment punished by a for fine nix of :I I Standard Handbook On

and office. Gardiner, returning home months I I p FLORIDA
honesty to give the ternoon '
'- A bonk is being compiled under,
youngsters the best for the Miss Sara Sweat, of Inverness, i Waldo Excepting; in Instances where it 1' tho supervision of our organization -
spent the week-end with her sister, Contracts for deeds, chattel conflicts with n section of the* tlcclaitition which will givo detail information 0
price paid. Miss Loca Sweat.P. /gage blanks, option contracts, .. of rights and in buildings us- on all lorlda, county by
ranty deeds, retain title notes ed exclusively 8S dwellings! sheriffs,, !' county.
But what about the fellow E. Canova and son, Paul E., Jr., pentine leases, etc., for sale of their deputies, constables and police i, The hook, n handsome octavo of
left Tuesday morning for a business Telegraph office. in officers in Florida ore authorized and upward of four hundred pages,
who rings your doorbell and trip in South Florida. empowered to make searches without I will contain updo-dote maps of
Lois Adkins, a student in tho '<1 warrant, Such provisions wero contained each county, illustrations and
intrudes on a busy day? Mrs. E. M. Johns and little daughter fourth grade of tho B. II. S., street in a bill pJMftcd by tho huso 'I' general state xtatlstics.. It will, InTact A

Haven't you found that he Gloria, are in Jacksonville this the annual honor roll for the in the by a vote of rl!> to 22 after practically I afford A randy reference Hf
week. just ended. Iv! mistake her thu entire session hud been taken up guidu" to anyone eking' authentic,
often wanders far from the omitted from the list last week.Drayinl .' with efforts to amend the bill II unbiased information about! the i

Mrs Jennie Spray has returned State of Horitlu. The first edition
truth? Haven't you had him home after a visit with friends in ( of all kinds-I burn will tit Untied, In September, 1925

tell that he I Jacksonville.Mrs. bought the city dray business grand and there will bo revised Issues In
you can save you again solicit the patronage of Friday September of each year. It will

money? We're here to prove O. L. Beasley and Mrs. T. J. people. See M. Thomas at PENTAWORUCOLUMN be sold l for $1.00 a copy.
Store or Call 21 or 37-W I Requests. in from
Griffin spent Wednesday in Jackson I are coming
that he can't. Haven't you ville.) here every state In the Union for copies
Dr. J. J. Bullen, pastor of of the first edition which will be
heard him claim that his Mrs W. E. Middleton and children, tist church has been requested the I limited, to 20,000. Send in your .

% fashioned Miss Ilnzel. and Gerald, are at Stuart liver the Literary Address at and FOR SALE--Deun Hampers. J. L. dollar now if you want to own f> J
stockings were visiting relatives. mencement exercises of the what IK HUTU to become the standard !- ti,
Ilarrcll' Lawtcy. Flo. G-l-H I
when they were not? Haven'tyou Park College, Norman I'ark, the I handbook of 1.'lorl Contracts for deeds, chattel mortgage Tuesday, May 26. Futch loll( KENT-'Iwo-Htorv house near 6-8-Jt. .'

been pursuaded to buy blanks, option contracts, war- depot 1000. I). .:. Knight tf Florida Real Jstate Burtau17Trihun ,)
runty deeds, retain title notes, turpentine Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling here I
II BId'e. T.mp.. Florid. I.Ji
three or four pairs when you leases, etc., for sale at the little daughter, Nettie, went to I ,WANTED-T nn. Flat Deans-32 4'' .
sonville Monday. While in the David ,
Telegraph office 4
only needed one or two? I Mrs. Dowling and Nettle will Macon, 4f

Haven't you had him promiseto Allen Canova, of Tampa, spent guests of her sister, Mrs. J. B.z"n' pleased f
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and bold. sur

refund your money if you ;Mrs. K: E. Canova. I I Legal blanks for sale at the to J. R. DAVIS I & CO. i

were dissatisfied? Did you II. M Snyder has been in St. graph once

ever get back? Petersburg this week attending the The hy INSURANCE ;4
your money Embalmers: Convention. U. D. C. will meet next .
day afternoon at 4:00: o'clock
We could make a lot more home of Mrs W. L. Wall. : May
Mr.' J. J. Rigdon and daughter,
of those odious comparisons' Miss Eva, were visitors to Hampton Airs' Wall and Mrs. J. M. at-( AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886 ,\-1; ,

but we prefer to ask that thee Wednesday. at this meeting arrangements 1
made for the annual
next time you are in our !store W. S. STARKE FLA.
Sirs J. J. Rigdon and daughter, Crosby cemetery. \ ,
you l let us prove that we can /-
:Miss Eva, spent the week with her
\ number 1.I ,'
Rive to you (and the rest of brother, N. R. Raulerson, of Glen St. Mrs W. J. Epperson and ., I :
the family) better hosieryfor Marys.Mr. I ter, Mrs.' Ceo A. Anderson, f
con I II
to Madison
gone to visit Mrs. -
less than can
money by
from and Mrs. W. L. Edwards, of person's brother, W. T. Knight ed. I
buy canvasser.
any faro returning home they will
Jacksonville, spent the week-end with
visit Mr. and Mrs. B. M. ::: ;;; i I
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. WilliamS J, 12,
Compare These WithPeddler's i truth Jterlin Quitman! Ga., Ga.Contracts, and. other by City an, IF YOU PAY BY CHECK YOU

MerchandiseAnd Dr and Mrs. II. C. Dozier, of Ocala J. ':
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. for deeds: chattel were NEVER PAY TWICE +
PricesEVERWEAR \\ilIiiiniH Monday. gage blanks, option contracts, the
I ranty deeds, retain title notes, \given ,
James Jones and family, who lost pentine leases, etc., for sale is I
NO. 22 their home last week by fire, are nowoccupying ,I Telegraph o lce. be-

A medium weight pure one of the Boree cottages ,
uii Cherry street. The meeting of the Baptist ..
with longwearing
silk stocking
sionary circle will be held next Tampa
lisle! tops, toe and Mr and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Miss day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock, I
soles. Look at the price of Floi 'ncm :Matthews and Eugene !Matthews home of Mrs S. 10'. Hamrick. I was
tesses: Sir',. Hamrick and Mrs.
this sfjle. Then compare: it are spending several days in escape
Tallahassee.Mrs Johns. All ladles of the church
with the stockings
you to be present. v1,
bought from the peddler for '
J. C. Robinson and childrenare Soles Helen Tucker, for al:
which you paid a third spending several weeks in Jack
of Rev. FJ. A. Tucker, '.
Season's newest col with relatives. .
more. ; sonville Starke Tuesday and left Friday I I

ors. her home in Indiana. Miss r1.r'
Mrs' R. L. Lewis spent Sunday taught the past year in the !
One Pair $1.00 and Monday in Jacksonville with her Brewster, and will return in I
Three $2.85 I daughter, :Mrs. C. D. Shank. j I to take up the same work. If
I i you open a checking account here and make it a

EVERWEAR NO. 34 Mr II. E. Ray and little daughter, Clarence E.: Ware, son of :II I rule to pay everthing by check you will avoid the 'j
who have been visiting Mr. and l
Beth" Ware, who formerly lived
danger paying bills twice. The cancelled check
This stocking is heavier :.Mrs\ L. II. Partridge, left Wednesday Kingsley lake road, will : .
from toe to top and will for their home in Lake City. the 26th from the College of i a I in your possession is a receipt that cannot be dis ',
Stetson University. Friends here '. r.
She twice as much ser\ice Mr'. and Mrs. Laurie Edwards, of received the following invitation I !; I. puted. i't

as the ordinary peddler's Jacksonville, spent the week-end in Faculty and Graduating Class the The afforded .
stocking. It is a hea'ywelA"ht. Starke with her parents, Mr. and College of Law of the John B. J '; safety by keeping your money in a (

full fashioned pure Mrs Wm. H. Struth. son University, request the I bank instead of in your pocket or desk, is also to be I i

silk with full flare mercerized your presence at the consideren. I
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph Exercises, Tuesday, May 26th, ; i
top that is office. DeLand, Florida.

the silk, giving more pro -"
tection over the knee than Mrs. Angle Sternberg, of Jacksonville Savannah, Ga. The unu r
ordinary hose. All the new who has been visiting Mrs. T. heavy demand for spirits ACCOUNTS. SEE US ABOUT IT. .
est colors. P. Wall and Mrs. T. S. Williams, returned is given by local naval stores I
to her home Monday. the reason for the advance in
One Pair $1.65 -- -- ----- $1.01 a gallon. When the price
\ poultry school was heldin
ed $1 it wan predicted it BANK OF STARKE
Orlando. this, week, with the asis- I
Three Pairs
$4.50 higher and it is said the
tnnce of the poultry specialist. haM
not been
yet reached.
The season. has been I The Bank of Helpful ServiceWE

backward, the weather during
NAT STERNBERG ITCH: KILLEDin spring being unusually cool, the I PAY 4 PER CENTON SAVINGS
30 minutes with ply is. short and extension
Par.a-+it-i-ride for 50 cent Europe and the domestic I

STARKE, FLORIDA \ Sold by Mitchell's Drug Store. also very heavy. --' t

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2. It supplies\ minerals. verely attacking tender growth on a : awarded scholarships, while the remainder FOR OVER

3, It supplies bulk and balance to mango tree at Naples. will pay their own way.

the ration.It < SMALL POULTRY FARMS I'AY Alachua-The civic club at New-

FARMERS and F ARMING-\\ tion.I increases portability of a ra- WITH PROPER MANAGEMENTA there.berry Is sponsoring girl's club work YEARS

Vitamines are essential for normal Rood example of what can be accomplished i
growth and development. Most of the with poultry when proper Volusia-May is being given over haarlem oil hag been- a world-

' FARMERS AND IKUCKEUS ARE INVITE1 TO CONTRIBUTE green feeds fed to poultry contain methods of feeding, culling, grading, to bread study in the clubs of the wide remedy for kidney,liver and i'

,:' .i ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND I vitamines. and marketing are followed is furn- county. bladder disorders, rheumatism

Minerals, which assist In food digestion ished the results secured by Mr. conditions
10 BE HES1 SUITED 1O OLK: COUNTY. by FIGHT THE BOLL WEEVIL lumbago and uric acid -
I I are found in green crops. > and Mrs. W. S. Anson of Duval coun-

Bulk or balance prevents constipation ty. Last year they purchased a small Florida cotton farmers are this I IIiAARLEM
and allows the various digestive of cut-over land eight miles O"tDfE. 1t
SUMMER acreage in danger. of having
CHOLERAIU. to work the feed more -m- started i
juices on from Jacksonville and a the boll Y/ OIL
7 TillS SUMMER AND CONTROL SCAB DISEASE their crops damaged by
HOGS ciently. small poultry farm with 500 day-old I vil than ever before. I II i T t lII
Rations that are palatable are essential chicks. Sales of eggs from the 250 I
(By Spuds Johnson) Prospects fur a good pecan crop are i if the birds are to consume pullets raised have provided for the The past winter was mild and a recent correct Internal troubles,stimulate vital

sad experience the most promising they have teen largo quantities of feed. Green feeds family since the pullets were six survey by the United States Department orSansThree sizes.druggists..Insiston
1 a pretty
shows that
v'3 year in several years. Pecan trees are of Agriculture
cholera-many -palatable. I months old. the original genuine GOLD :MEDAL.
with hog blooming heavily, and the nuts have There number of feeds boll weevil are rapidly showing up.
farmers of the community losing According arc a green The AnaonH raised and sold< 200 that numberof at least three applications r;
: already set on many varieties. that are fed to poultry. Perhaps the' Indications are a large punctures,
their entire herd Hogs are bringing to G. II. liluckmon, pecan moat popular are sprouted oats, kale, one-pound broilers at 50 cents each, weevils have been able to survive of five days intervals. The past ex

a good price this year, and wo culturlst of the Florida Experiment collards! cabbage, Bermuda, and kept the 250 pullets. the winter through out the cotton periences of cotton growers In the
are not taking any chances-wo urn Station, one of the most serious diseases clovers, etc. I i \Mr. Anson is cooperating with H. producing, states. Successful cotton south over the entire period since:

6 having them treated to pro..itcholera. with which /growers will haveto Find out what will grow best in i, B. Lansden, poultry specialist and growing this year will very likely depend the first appearance of boll weevil ;"
!' It is i agent, in regard to that cotton farming without :
: contend now IH pecan scab. your community at the various sea- :, assistant county upon successful poisoning.The has shown
SI Smith and Old Slim Tlmmons, important that the summer spray fur sons, and be sure to have some green feeding, housing and culling, and also Southern Agricultural Agentsand weevil control is the most hazadous ,

who lost their entire herds. last year, scab be given to protect this food feed always available. ,, is keeping records as a demonstration agricultural agents of all commercial of all occupations. We, therefore,

came over recently to see me about crop that has set. I of costs and profits concerns interested in agricultural appeal to all cotton growers and oth- "
and of the
protecting their herds this. year !Mr. Blnckmnn says that there are In January he reported 230 hens as development in the south ers interested in the success ,

4 we then wont over and talked the u number "f leading varieties that set i EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY toiisumlntr U30: pounds of home-mixed recently drew up the following recommendations cotton grower to use their utmost efforts ,k

matter over with Gus Weeks and Abe heavy crops only to be destroyed by AGENTS' ICEPOR1S feed at a cost of $2 .36. The eggs for boll weevil control I. to secure the widest possible ;

Larklns. unless they are protected. : I I produced during the month numbered use of the boll weevil control methodsas j
the disease, : "
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The result was that we all decided Among these varieties that generally Wakulla Most of the cotton grow. 2,709. These were sold for $123.98. I ) A poison applica recommended by the agricultural v
'I to Inoculate our hogs against cholera. throw off the fruit are for of Mr. Lans- pre-square workers of the South, the etrective-
scab and ers of the county intend to treat I With the assistance tion should be given cotton where '
We didn't want to take any chances of Schley, Van Dernan, Delmas and the boll weevil, and many have already den, 72 unprofitable hens were culled weevils first abundant- ness of which has been amply demon'I'I

Blurting a serious infestation by not others. ordered calcium arsenate. I from the (flock. The February report Treatment appear should be applied at first strated in every section of the cotton

doing, the work right, however, and ao I shows that the 158 remaining hens belt. \
The loss to Florida pecan growers indication of squaring. At the time '
decided to ask the county agent to \Madison delivered 18 club pigs E. M. NIX :Ii
we ( consumed 800 pounds of feed at a
from scab alone runs Into a high the use-home mixed
come over and give ua a demonstra Thin damage could be reduced tu'' this week. Also visited boys' cotton I c"st of $25, and producted 2,836 eggs, molasses grower calcium may arsenate mixture Development Agent S. A. L. Railway. :)
he gladly consented to do, clubs and find that rain Is badly ,
Thii '
tion. produced -
t' enough serum and a marked degree by proper orchard needed. i or 129 eggs more than were (one pound calcium arsenate: one gallon TURPENTINE: ; HAS tJ
along I
and brought
treat all the hogs in the com- management and careful spraying. I I by 230 hens in January before the molasses, one gallon water.) The GREAT ADVANCE :
virus to
( The percentage of scab can be Leon-I visited several dairymen non-layers were culled out. usual application required is aboutone -
munity. greatly reduced by the inaugurationand I According to Mr. Lansden this and is by Savannah a-:= The unusually '
After he had treated a few of the this week In company with the extension gallon per acre applied ..
who naturally assiduous execution of a properly dairyman. The quality of progressive: couple have visions of using a home made sprinkler to heavy demand for spirits turpentine .
hogs, Gm Weeks, is arranged spraying schedule. By the largest egg farm in Duval county, of mixturein local stores men as \
at that kind of work, cleI milk being produced and the sanitary sprinkle a few drops the la given by naval \
pretty good make inoculations sdc- continually keeping the trees free of conditions. obtaining were very satis- and they added 1,000 chicks of a the tip of the plant.b the reason for the advance in price to qr.'

1 I, cured fully.he could He tried a few with the the disease it will bo possible to pro- factory. famous productive strain this spring. ( ) Poisoning Fruiting Cotton-' $1.01 a gallon. When the price reached ''f

( cess to help him. Then he duce nuts profitably.This .. For treating of fruiting cotton the $1 it was predicted ,it would go 'v
county agent work should really begin with I Hamilton-All farm crops are doing :
of the fellows started an inoculating HOME DEMONSTRATION (calcium arsenate dusting method is higher and it is said the maximum
and some of their own and the s thorough application of a good well, except late planted cotton I- the most reliable and profitable andis has not yet been reached.
crew dormant such lime-sulphur, and late set tobacco, which do not AGENTS REPORTS
: work moved off Just twice as fast, and spray, as strongly recommended in prefer The season has been somewhat
saved the trou- i gallon to 6 or 8 of water, applied have good stands.JeffersonInspected. ence to late season application of any backward, the weather during the
the county agent was
Mo of inoculating all of the hogs. just beforr the bud come into a number of l'inellas-Largo women are start- syrup mixture or other liquid poisonsyet spring being unusually cool, the sup-

t ; Tho weather has been pretty dry I growth. Of course, It is now too late pecan orchards in company with the ing a community kitchen. Club girlsare tested. Dusting should begin ply is short and extension traffic to ,
to do dormant and 8 the sending in their work for exhibit.
spraying, demand is
the past few weeks-regular cholera pecan culturlst of the Experiment i when the fruiting cotton shows 10 Europe and the domestic

weather-and some outbreaks have I summer mixture should nprayla be carried with out Bordeaux thor Station, and find the prospects for a Lake-Gardening, dressmaking and I per cent of the squares with weevil also very heavy.

been reported over in another community nut crop bright. hat making are all receiving much ,- -
where inoculation work has not I oughly. attention in the clubs here, and good
a I yet been done. We are all glad that Effective; control may be hud with Baker-I treated 148 hogs against i results are being secured. "LOULD; BETTER fERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE IT"Get

we have had our treating done already 4-4-50 Bordeaux mixture, to which cholera this week, and have treated a I I Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers="SIMON PURE and GEM I

but if we had not we would has been added 1 pound of arsenate total of 702 during the month of j| Orange-A poultry school was held BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.Not .
of lead to control insects, and 1.2 April. Am also treating some dogs in Orlando this week with the asls-
I have It done as soon as we could I the Cheapest, but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers, .
1 pound Kayso or oil paste as a spreader. against rabies, as an outbreak occur tance of the poultry specialist. Dusters and Dusts.

CLUB GIRLS! WILL GATHER red in the county recently. Crops are "
I It Is that the looking fine and cotton is making decided Okaloosa-A summary of work Fla
AT TALLAHASSEE IN JUNE absolutely necessary E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co Jacksonville! t,
done since January shows that 151
nuts be kept covered with this sprayif improvement.
children have made gardens and 116
Approximately 200 club girls from control Is to be secured. A pres-
I of 250( 300 should be Duval-The prospects for another have set hens or incubators.
nearly every county In Florida will sure or pounds
at the State College for Women used in spraying.Mr. good crop of grapes this season are
gather Santa Rosa-Stencil work is provIng -
( in Tallahassee during the week Blackmon urges growers to promising. Figs and Satsuma oranges: as popular with clubs as millin,
are also good. A cooperative market Cross-'V ord PuzzleThis I
of June 12.17 for the Annual Girls'Club not delay the spraying, and to repeatit ery work. lOur
Short Course. every three to six weeks throughout ing association was formed at an enthusiastic

the on meeting of the county Citrus-Bedroom for the homE
This Short Course, which grows In. growing season, depending sets
attendance and value each year will the rainfall. The disease develops rap poultry association this week. improvement contest have been finished ,

week's Instructive outing idly luring wet weather.If this week. \Many mothers have I
provide a Osceola-Truck crops moving out cross-word puzzle contains, lieve we ought to warn you before
for the girls. Many entertainmentand there Is any question about pecan at and well in come to the meetings this month t o
good rate holding
a up according to Margaret Heylmun, on- hand that it is not going to be as easy
instructional features are planned scab or spraying, growers should with tavorable weather. see the girls work. \
yields ly very simple words, used in ordinary as you would expect from her state-
feel free to ask the Experiment Station -
by Miss Flavlu Gleason state
i ment. We are sure that after working
Taylor-The County Fair Association everyday conversation. Miss
at Gainesville for an answer. Ala'huaCucumbers and beans :
homo demonstration agent, and other I Heyl-I
I this one, will have added to your
has decided on November 4-7 at I you
s leaders in charge -- have begun to move in carlots. The mun ought to know, too,
GREEN FEED>> FOR POULTRY cukes fair but the date for the county fair, ant vocabulary several words formerly:
' A large number of scholarships to are bringing prices, is the originator of this interesting
YEAR work for a good fair at that time ha I not included in your everyday conveYdesign. -'
NECESSARY; : ALL THE beans not selling well.
this Short Course have been awardedto are
fairness be-
already started.SumterFifteen. But in to you, we nation. We did, anyway.
club girls of each county who have Most realize that all
puutrymen Okeechobee?) ? watermelons are
q done outstanding work. Many other fowls,. require green feed in their appearing on our local markets. girls expect to attend .

girls whu have also done good work, dully ration. But how many appreciate the short! course at Tallahasset: I 1 3 1 S f r a e roII '
but have not won scholarships, will the value of it, or how well the Lee Citrus aphis was found se-I i in June Six of these have beer I

i attend for the training they will receive chukviiM Ilko it. ? ( IZ 13 HI ,'
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1 f during the course. ur growing stock, in produc- __ I"
I young I! If IT 10 19
'' Large amounts of cheap roughage ing eggs that will hatch from the Changes in Harvesting the Wool Crop

is the limiting factor in profitable I breeders, and, in obtaining a heavy :21 a1 11a1

dairying In the South. Silage provides I winter, summer and yearly egg production #' .
ft '
I t I zs tfi
cheap, succulent roughage in ; some form of green feed is

f quantity. necessary, says N. R. Mehrhof, poultry II to a, 30 3 ,iajJJ J13s
1 special of the Florida agrlcul- II I

! The Quinine That DIMS Nat Affect TIle lied tual extension service. r +, 3fW

B.....u.. of Its tonic and 'lamtlve ."...1. LAXA Green f..eells valuable in feeding
TIVE; DKOMO gulNINh/ : (TuMuK) ran be ttkoo poultry because: I -7 39 3e 1t is
tr anima without' rnuolnil' ni-rvnuimtwii' or rlmllng
tu tha brail.: t.W.CKOVLS: : ilnnatuiit. uubux. 3uc. 1. It Kuplies vitamines. ....::11I A M 1$ 9fa

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HORIZONTAL 11. Musual form of drama
c Et4I I. Fragrance 14. Trapdoor
I I M I 6. Pulf of air 16. One of the Arabian race

I 12.: FlatfishesGreek 18. Single

\\I.: leter 19. Lump

I 1'-,. N. E. :State {(abbr.) 28. Open (poet.)

17. Learn 29. Vessel

_, Wfh bear. fi... fi_ 'sineMa JI). Mother 30. Slight bow
101.".., ,.,'ee. L r-Doin. rnworh job :H. Formerly 32. TO wander from the truth
with a machw a/w.
22. Finish 33. To utter that which is false

I''h\nl': have taken (' latin 23. Flesh of vertebrate animals used 34. Possessive pronoun (neut.)
1 y mi i hOlt of removing the fleece as meat 37. To pass from without to the interior .
_l from tho ahepp'g body. ShearingBhiop
Hving"i 40 mile c"urflver the D..tuwarl' aver lust week these now Is easy and simple 24. Right Annex of
\. s .", tit' *"**;!'* ",",' ':S hours, at ."' average speed "f h9! t compared with the old days of 23. Born 38. Heavenly body
I' mile all hour ',.. kmv b) 10 hour the form worl.t! record! [I' was hand blaclea Mechanic has done 26. Southern State (abbr,) 39. Nimble
a trial fur the cl' ,"f :'" f""P"-'l '.' :''t front Sun Franci co to lloi nlulu P the wonder farm towards labor solving many. of 27. To be in abundance 40. Clergyman

oon.. The Ilier, .m- \\.n,, n, :'intor and :.Sc'iiUluiiorF the automatic problems shearer, Today either 31. Agreeable flavor 41. A woody plan with a supporting

hand or power operated provide 35. For trunk.

Do You Want !. a nulrk and efficient method of 3(3.( A common dye 42. Number
.1 Boyish Figure J I harvesting the wool crop on the
average t"rntJI well as on the :37. Remove faults from 43. Part of verb "to be"
largo' cheep ranches Machine 40. Plumes 48. Capsize
s6 Du alt Miss Lila Everett of Loa shearing' leaven no rldires and s e- 43. CO A thought
There have been change Negative
Angeles If you would! keep girlish many ruses the maximum I amount of
a In the operations of securing the 54. Definite
44. article French
fleece Is Close friend ( )
figure.\ She does It very Important
sal to fit for woowhich
keep wool nip It has not >'en many
with l G3.;
present prices. 46. New England State (abbr.) Present
swimming-ami many victories.t yours sinro Ir wan considered nec-
I t ss.r) to ol 1. ,," the wool before It For tying! up each fleece, USA, 47. Captured 57 Execute
"',IS taken from the sh..<,p. This If (\osslhll,. a paper twine.. It 4U. Before 58. Like ,
lined to be done by drUlnir the binder tame Is tiled experience .
Rock to a lake or stream where has shown that the fibres of the :'0. Animal of goat family; .
I each anin wl was thoroughly twine get Into the wool and a. 01. Half an emContraction
I II wahod !Modern methods of wool they cannot be removed they are 52.: meaning always h1 0 0 N p E M L T
ncourlnff have made 8he"p.wlUOha d.immo to the resulting
I nianu- 63. And (French) E D i VERSE R
1 ,t 1 log unnecessary although even factored woolen roods. In prepar
today a very dirty Deere I I.* dh.ID anal! for shipment large sacks 54. Soft heavy metal
criminated against by the buyer. "hkh", 111 bold several Ueeces are CO.\ A mental imageResembling N 0 CROPS i E

There are certain precautions. usedTho 69. ( salt. D w E p E A E
observed, by successful .ht'< p own- program of sheep owners
era at shearing tltuo which have shall. 1 plan for most Sea-shore R I F L U L E
been found to Increase the value effective'! nnrMistlnir' a quality/" VERTICAL
of the clip. For example, bright wool Tho wol crop will be a 2. Railroad (abbr.) RATTLE5HAKE
days are selected on which to largo source of" Income this
hear, as this will avoid obtaining 011 It will t bE> Cur year" to com year.. 3. A kiln to dry hops N C U S N R E
fleeces, wet with dew, or rain. Do Blehrl' <''' are being' offered' for ... Possessive adj.
not shear sheep on the crrouml.but the 1925. clipand extremely mtIsfnctory 5. Rise M H E $ W M E
rattier use a clean platform returns are n.nurcd The E T
6. RAT
Instrument D
for windingInterjection 10 E
upon which to do the shearing changes that have taken place In
operation Keep the fleece la one the method of harvesting wool 7. H A M t3 U R G
piece, and clip off!: some of the are of treat value to the sheep 8. To make note of
inferior tags. Industry. 9. Musical note E E N I< M 0 0


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r 1 Legislative Proceedings ] I r e....... There II only DO" "BruinoOulnln'

E. W. GROVE'S ilnoanira" on bar Me.

i emptatiO1-S" durlnir. month .....__.....__
Warrant. laiurd durlnv month ....._
Extension of state road .No. 13, The committee is drafting a bill to :" Hal May I I. 11)75----------------IXllrtrt N.Ir aao.isRncnlpta

Baldwin to Fernandina via Bryce- take the place of various bills introduced asS .. .. O".pt.pr.l i. 102$. ..'._n_____ (.....
villo Crawford, Calahan Italia and in the house and the committee 5" -- -' Hi-ct'lpt) ilurlnir month _.._.. ._...... 6.00

Tulee, is proposed in Bill No. 323, Introduced bill will place all buses operated SALLiE FINDS UKlisKl.l IN:/ j i .-enso of humor coniinu" I to "my ussist.imc. Wnrrantu OM'nlraft' luunl May I.durinv 1U2B. month_ ...._.........._. tt.1t
A CUMPIiOMlSI.V; : ; Sll'lATIONJ: ; I "I was just tlunkiiiti what u.iTtiiui Putrid 1<1.. 18
by Mr. Calkins. roads of the state under
over public sal l ._ .
would think April I. 1tll\ !I. .n.. .?__ M.IT
the supervision of the railroad commission Through the window the evening person of my HITI-IIHH durlnir month n._.-__..____ ".111
The re-apportionment bill, givingnew Stokes. open .latest escapade, if he should hear that Warrant la.ui.l durlnii month ......
according to drifted with the shafts of mel Hal _._._ __
senate\: to South Florida and .\"U and I hail passed the night un- May 1 1. 11)41 86.44

leaving the Senatorial Districts in Excepting In instances where it low moonlight that fell across the cha:>l'rom'd in this God-forsake" vii. STAIR Or- FLORIDA. May I. ilea.

the northern of the State undisturbed table. A charming sorceress lurked luge." t7tUNrV or BIIAI>FORT>.
part conflicts with a section of the declaration somewhere in the purple .shadows. I hereby tnrlify that the fon>.oln.. .'.1..
has been passed by the Senate of rights and in buildings used (To be continued) men. of thi r.e.'lpu and dlbunranta otIh. ,
11 and Is pending in the House. sheriffs eager to drop her mantle of enchant- achonl. fund of Hradford County, for thntiinth I
exclusively s dwellings ment about my shoulders. It was Im- ..r April I"J>. li 'true and cornet ;)
their deputies constables and police I K1NGSLFA: ; PARK to Ih. best of my Vnowl...... and b.ll.f v.,
I Bill were Introduced in both houses in Florida authorized and possible to remain indoors a minute R B WIGGING t
officers are
." following Impulse I Ocnnty rlnD.Hnt.nd.nt, v
longer, so
of the legislature by Senator Hodges
empowered to make searches! without I Kingsley Park, May 1 .-Mrs. Dug
and Representative Williams of Leon warrant. Such provisions were con 4 "made my way through the gay groups ley Miss Katherine Bugley, Mr. and l OKDGK FOR Pflll.lCATlOV
. to fix the state millage for general 1 of diners and out to the open! terrace
tained in a bill passed by the house Sire' E. L Green and, children, oC In Circuit
that formed the entrance to the build- Court. Kiuhth Juitlclal Circuit.
:.' purposes for 1925 and 1926 at seven by a vote of 09 to 22 after practicallythe Jacksonville, spent the week-end ut Uradfonl! County State of Florida. In Chun-
mills the same aa designated by the entire session had been taken up ing. Itvst-A-While Cottage at Ki"gsley eerynnulfiml.
( 1923 session Warre" Fisher was standing a lewf..t Tounly flank a corporation Com.Dliiln.nl .
with efforts to amend the bill. Turk.
from me in close conversation ...

::1-t A proposed mmendment to the The Florida legislature] will be Former Gov. frank" O. Lowden with a chamfer to whom he seemedt" the Out-of-town beauty of Kingsley people are lake.discovering I'.OcO"Il. V-ndant...|Ptio and l Murllio Valetta .hi" wife' I

t constitution of Florida empowering asked to petition the Stone Mountain of 111. bearded capital and big city be giving implicit directions. When U nlM-i nrlnir by alTlilavIt ......nt., ,
the leffiulaturo to issu bondd for Memorial association to have curved publishers In their teU them ho saw my figure framed in the door- Those enjoying! the bathing and picnic to the that bill Hllnl 1 In the bovaut* truth about the ddnpto! a eMI- he forward and privileges hero recently were: Ted carne Paul Valnlta and MarthaValetta
road purposes in an amount not to Stone Mountain in Georgia a the way came hurriedly bin wife I he di-fi-ndanM th._ ,
exceed twenty million dollars in anyone on loons In today. "Co- I noticed he was slightly embarrass Alley/, St. Petresburg.. J. E. Dun In named nn non-niililonla nt Bradfonl. ,
monument to General Ulysses S. operative Marketing is tne ullly.olution" woody Jr. Daytona W. C. Davis IInd t oimly., Stntiof Kloridn, and. their mldatu. .
ed. ,
thereafter introduced
was la
year unknown thai they
Ii Grant leader of the Union Army in are each over the wro
r in the house by Representative Hunter of he says. "Pardon the delay ma churiu" he family, Willlston/ O. C. Davis and of twnty-onv yuan it I I. therefor ordered
1 the civil war together with that that Said| non.raalilunt
of Marlon. -- uppologized "but I'm rather particular family, Jacksonville, Mrs. A. Hall, ilffvndant be ..a.1Ih..y
I General Robert E. Lee, the confederate The house passed only one bill on hvn-by rmiuln-d. .In ""ppi'.r lo tho bill ofcitnintnlnt I
about the sort of carriage in Jacksonville, A. li. Martin, Atlanta, lll.il In mil.I moor on nr bcfor
I comnianiler-in-chief it was announced convening at 3:30: p. m. today from Monday. th. gll'| day of July A. 0. IDlt.ntlti'rwlan .
Dogs would be made personal! property which the Quern of Hearts journeys." In., Mr. and Mr,. Bennett, Miami, R ho nllviratlona of
by Representative Bird of its rest the week-end which was I mtl.l bill will h*
the same as any other animals over No w"i Flagler county. Byrd has drafted, a House Bill No. 31, by Representative It l I. further ....
hum and II, 11. Green Cove .I..d! that this order bepubllahrd
under of bill in the The Strode
provisions by Repre- making
a I : arrangements. car ,
resolution to this effect which will be Whitnkcr of Hillsborough county l once n wn-k for aliiht. cimiocutlrfjurcka dt
\ sentative Johns, of Bradford The he had secured was a thing of marvelous Springs, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. A inter. In the llrndford! County ....,olI..ph. *

) bill would make it a misdemeanor to laid before the legislature.] popularly Child Marriage known as.bill.the As Preventionof originally beauty. Long and svelt of line son, and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tate, nimnpapor Tide., May imbllnhnl 8th A. D.In ald HUH.County and. 8UI. d ,

. steal, maliciously] injure, wound or Representative Smith and Westerof with a smart top that had been drop- Birmingham, Ala., Mr. and Mrs R. J. O. W. ALPF.HMVN.

kill a dot;. The bill which was consid- I Jackson county introduced a bill lication introduced of intention the measure to required and pub-also ped. We climbed into the soft luxurious Williams I). It. llonsley and wife, AK. ,(\R.n. R. cnsws Clerk, Cr.ut, Court.Sollcllor ;

ered by the judiciary committee will in the house providing that after the marry depths of the rear seat and the Butch, J. C. Gardiner Luther E. fur Complainant." 0-8-BI-7-S
under the
be reported favorably.The expenses of the State Road Depart- prohibited persons age ntotor purred deliciously aK the car Blade, Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs

ment had been paid with reference to of sixteen pears from contracting moved steadily forward."Kcmumber Barnes, and !Mrs. W. L. Heck, St OKDEU.: FOR I'UIIUCATIn

senate by unanimous consent I manufacturing and printing of 11- marriage. The publication feature was the lesson of the hibs-: 1'etersburg. tn Circuit (Court Rlirhth) Juillolal Circuit,
placed on the calendar without reference struck out on amendment, and as the nrnilfonl County, Stale .if Florida. In Chan.Cory.
the committee substitutes for nese tags, mailing and other incidcnt bill now stands requires two affidavits cus flower and let's give ourselves Miss Dora M. Cady of Atlanta, Gn.. -

ls, all the receipts from automobile of disinterested In addi- completely to the glories of the memont" spent a few days with her mother recently Bradford] County Rnnk, corporation com ,
the house bills on the enforcement of persons plalnant
licenses should be divided so as to Warren Fisher whispered us, .
the liquor law These for- tion to affidavits of the contracting u.
measures give the State Road Department 15 with tender consideration he tucked Captain Bryan and wife of Paid .1. Y. Broil and J. H. ir ir.r, D.f ndnnta
bid the "( parties. of the fact of marriageablelitre ,
transportation liquor by It nplM'nrlntr by nlTlilasllt/ appended. to tin
for its maintenance with the therobe about "The rent of the
night and allow for search without per cent and makes it unlawful for any me. win, visited friends here Sunday af bill niril. 'In the uhovt-Hitatrd ..".. th.U. Y.
other 83 per cent going to the county world sleep 1 in stupid ignorance of ternoon.HOULU. Mi'olt and J. II. Huger the di-fondnntK ther*.
warrant of vehicles suspected of county judge: in the state to issue a In nampd > t 4
road and bridge fund. the moht perfect time of the twenty- ari nnn nalilnitta) of the Stato of
transporting liquor. license to anyone under the age of Florida, and. Ih,' ant raaldonla of HlMlton.
four hours, getting ready for the rllnnnlrr State of IVnnaylvnnln' and are over the au.
The monotony of local bills in the sixteen, but in accordance with the of twenty-oni' y.,.,.. 1I.la thon'fnra. onlarol
grubby routine of the Do not
m rrow.
Number 3.,8 SUNDAY= MOVIES:: /
by author-
Knight senate was broken with the introduction terms. of the act.I'IWSl'lmnV : !that ml.I n'a."whlo"t! d.r.n""n'.he and aro e
izing the town of Lawtey to levy and fret about the time, ,Adorpe, but listen hereby required nt nppi-ar to the Mil or com*
of a local measure providing that Plaint filed In ...1.. emus on before Mon ,
to the cadence of the Ocean-it is Tallahassc or
collect taxes. Number 339:; Mr.Knight FOR BEEFCATTLE Representative
by all cattle in Bay and Calhoun coun- City the tut .day of Jim. A. I II. IHII8, otlit-r. s
authorizing the town of INDUSTRY IS like certain little notes in your laughter i Branch of Liberty county, introduces wino the allPHKIIon of nail) bill will b. taken
ties bo equipped with tail lights of na eonfi..mMl. by nalil. di>fi ndanlM.
that come through my dreams to n bill in the house providing that u
Hampton to tax for publicity AHEAD. KEPOKT SHOWS no
pur- standard design to be approved by It l la further nrdt-ritd that this oyster loa ,
poses. Bills No, 360 and 361, by haunt me. )picture show, or other place of amusement liulillaheil onrit a week for four ennm-cutlv .l
!' Knight also would authorize the 1\Ir'j the state veterinary noncompliancewould Washington, May 3.-The beef cat- Under the robe a hand reached for for which an admission fee is weeks In the llrailford County. Teleirraith' anewspaper
. of Starke as well as the county of'I be considered a misdemeanor. tle industry of the United States mine-f"und it and held it closely. An charged shall be operated In the state Thla, April inihll Roth.hi"l In salt. County and! State a

Bradford to tax for Following the reading of the proposed seems at last definitely moving to- unwinding road skipped ahead in the of Florida between midnight of Sat 11128.O.. W. Af.nKRMAN.

poses. publicity pur- bill the droning voice of the read- ward prosperity. Tho Department of gleaming moonbeams and bccokoned urday and midnight of Sunday.I (Seal) lly Clark C. A.c KNKlltr.A. I non (Gnu. ... 1,t (,

ing secretary was drowned in a spontaneous Agriculture announced today in a review us to follow. The perfume of the ole- n talking about the bill, !Mr. D"l>U". C"rl" ) Ji

House Bill No. 636 To permit the burst of laughter which of the situation. ander mingled with the unmistakable Branch says the place for people'] on .Solicitor S. CREWS.for Complainant l-l-Bt-U-2

qualified voters of Alachua county, rocked the dignified walls of the senate After suffering longer than any fragrance of yellow jasmine and became Sunday Is either at church or nt home,

}Florida to decide whether or not live- chamber.The other major farm enterprise from tho a part of the soft, balmy air and,! that it Is against the .spirit of the OHDKK: FOR PUIIUCA nON +

stock shall be allowed to run or roam house committee returned two effects of the general agricultural depression through which we were panning. American home for people to want to In Circuit. Court Flithth .tudlclal Circuit '

at large within the territorial limit I unanimous unfavorable reports on and overproduction, the de- A musical voice close to my ear amuse themselves in any other thana Cary nradford County. Rt.le of Florida, tn Chan i',

'," of said county, and providing for the bill dealing with the cattle tick eradication partment declared, evidence of pros- whispered compliments that touched spirit of consecration on tho Lord's Walter M. Ferrla, Cumplalnantva. '

enforcement and< carryng out of the I work in the state. One of perity is seen in higher prices for a spark of romance somewhere in my d"y.Ir.. !\ Branch lives at Sumatra rilu.eitpe' Camp.,. ct nl.. Defendant

".,. provisions of this act and for the the bills introduced by Representative beef cattle and signs that the business being Warren Fisher wn a connoi- A fine ranging as high as $((100 is It appearing by affidavit' appended. the 'r4.

fe r impounding and sale of livestock I I Frisbee of Clay has been liquidated to a point at scur of w"men. He found me most provided for violation of the law. bill filed In the ahovo-atatud. .110. that Olu. I
proposed pass- epp e Campo Carntellnn Campo his wlf.. the
, found running or roaming at large I')' age of an act making it unlawful to which the potential supply of beef Is desirable and yet Curtiss Wright had --- .- ----. lefen.lnnla, herein named Bra non-rflaldiintii of ,
\ in said county. I IJ much reduced. openly Ignored me. Life wa indeeda a NUrC&, 0. KU'T'ON: the Male. of FlorMa. and they ar. realdvnta 4
compel any one to dip live stock for .>f City of New York Hlalo, of New York at
i eradication of ticks and another by Prices of beef cattle the depart complicated! matter. I loved Curtis, .. lly Mlt.w., ......... In them by the law "102 Flat: lOll street and' are over the an. of 7''
P By :Mr. Register, of Union-House but because of his indifference themagnetism Iho i of Flu'I.... the Hoard of Public wi'nty-onn y,.... It la therefore onlvred
h Bill No. 672-Relating to railroad | Representative Tucker, of Wakull", ment pointed out, have advanced in Innlmelion' of "'.dtod county H.irl.U here lint laid non-niililrnt. d I, ndanta' be and areureliy
sought a reorganization\ of the State spite of increased slaughtering, reflecting / of the man beside me was 'by calln till election to be held at the city 'rviiiilrt.l lo appear I., the hill nf cum.
transportation and to safety Hall In Stark .uh eehnol.. ... :: : i; : :
promote compelling and his words always dbtrlct' on Tn. phial Aleil In aid cauxe on or borne, Monday
of the traveling public and railroad Live Stock Sanitary Board. Both an increased demand. Reduced day. Jimi- Idxt,.-nlh Hun to try whether. or I ho I nth' day of Mny. A. I). 1021, otherwise.
measures were tabled under the rules. hog marketing also has resulted ina personal-were reassuring. not tiny will nitni-x runt half ...TOIIleven| Iho allrunllona of laid. hill) will b. taken a*

economize employees;in to railroad expedite traffic and to [, broader market for beef, credit con Suddenly the car lurched to oyo> (tool l r.lrtwn.,.. seven nectlon noiilh. range twelve I."n.y-un.and IhlI..am"n.h ,' 'a.t. ."I'["l:"'further:"ordered: defendnnt:: : that I this. order b* r

transportation Any violating side of the road and came to sudden W.-., half .... .
person or persons ditions are improved in the range u "I"n. aeven and eluhleen townnhli IIIhl'.h.t' one. a week for four coneeaiillv
by prohibiting the operation of any the provisions of any of the laws of country, operating expenses on stop with a grinding noise of brakes! e\en Mouth rang, twenty.twit I-HHI. wi'i-kn. In the llradford' Coenly Telegraph a 3
t "' freight train with more than sixty Kli-ct thorn tnmlvm and dvh-rmlnu Iho ralllavi' ncw iauer piibllnhi'il/ In laid County and)
Florida relative to the manufacture, ranches have been scaled down and] applied. to l I. aumiieeil for the imiulnu two y....... Itnte..
t five cars exclusive of the engines and sale, barters or exchange, possession there is increased efficiency in handling Instantly the chauffer( was nut and Fur tin IMiriHiai or holding mildkollun.. il Thin April Ulh, 1UJa.
s cabooses; and providing penalties for W. Alderman. D E.: Knliiht and B H .Miitthewe w. AI.MCRM4N. + I!
of liquors with raised hood hunted for
t or transportation intoxicating herds. a some am appointed manairem. BEAD) Clerk Circuit Court
,t1 the violation thereof. I, in the night time shall be nun- explanation of the car's unexpected I.. W. K1CKI.ITKH. By C. A... KNIGHT '

Measures designed to assist in the ished by a finel of not less than $250I Palm Beach county commissionersfavor behavior. He evidently discovered the IL H WUHHNS. Chairman.S.siret.rx. B: M. JOHNS. ./.pu., Clerk. .

enforcement of the prohibition laws, I nor more than $500 and by imprison proposal to widen Ocean boule- reason for he shook his head decisively ftIIgt2] Solicitor/ for Complainant J __4178HUNOTICI5 :: .

for without ment of not less than two months nor vard and Dixie highway entire lengthof and came back to where we were .
providing searching
rant vehicles suspected of transporting more than six months, and each subsequent county. sitting SUPERINTENDENT'S: DEPORT /

liquor and forbidding the trans- ., offense shall constitute a Ixji'sburpr -Plans-- completed] for "Sorry sir" he said "but the County. anpemintenrIrnt'. < Hnanolal atntxnit TO Tins Tio nn OP rntuc INSTRUC.
second offense and shall be prosecuted transmission is out of order and it'll it courtly nrhiiol funds for the month of TFON OK HIIADFORD COUNTY t
portation of liquor at night, having construction of Leesburg State Bank April III' G. We th. underpinned. taxpayer' of fltark
been approved in joint committee ses- | as such and upon conviction the building. be morning before I can get the necessary General Krrmnl raiirf special.. tnl aihonl district hereby petltloej
persons shall be punished by a fine of parts to fix It. I'll walk back to Inl. April' I. 15211----------------- ((78.07 t half: :want:. to call: an elecllnn to annex eat
sion were upon receipt from the neilpu during month _. ._ .....817501 of *, ,tlnn eleven, eectlon twelv andthirteen
referred to the calendar without ref. $500 and by imprisonment for six West Palm Beach-Good Samaritan the town we've just passed and see if Warrant luu..l during month- -- .--__.a24o.0 and eat half of fourUen township

,"' munths. hospital to be enlarged at cost of I can (ret some nccomndatlnns for lul. May I I. IIH8. ._ .._. .... 10472 7. south ranit 21 eat also' went half of .....
erence. llUtrlrl Dana
I Ne.1 seven and clirht townihlp 7 south r.nor.
I $100,000. you and the lady"Accommodations- OvKrnraft April I, KISS T.7S I. 21 ..*tt
A bill by Representative Whitakerof Sponsored by the Governor a Con- !" I exclaimed fnu.dpta| flurlnir. month -_:::::::::::.. QJI.90: 1'':. K. Perryinan
stitutional Amendment is Vnrr.nta matted ____ I). K KnlKht
under consideration during month I
"we'll do nothing of the lIortWe'lIR'et -
Hillsborough, raising age at sat i May I. 1925--------------------l M'18'' A. P. Uriffl Nk
which girls may marry in Florida i in both houses which would another car, surely. Warren youmustn't l..n
from 12 to 16 years and providingfor give the legislature authority to apportion I I The Man Behind |I thing of listening! to what 11..1.1((.eclptji>,11 during I I.' IHI month_._-._...._._._._-__..... ft4B.8a 9.78 I W.If. K.I.. Dauejherty".....nl..
State funds for .unn
other regulations pertaining to the support'of this man is saying. I was indignant. VnrranU bawl! during month ---_._ 2 I.flU I J. M. Alvarel +i

the low regarding marriage, caused county schools. There is now a "lie must be mistaken," Warren 1t..1.oJoY. 1 I. 11a25-------------------IM.lrt.-l Nil > flVU 08) W.P. r.M. Iliilllnnaworlh Edward,. +

some debate before it was passed to constitution! inhibition against such answered, "That Is-about the cur, 11.1. April I I. 10211 ........._____..__ 1.04 A. J. Johneoft
third reading. An effort was made to appropriations. Little can be done that though |if he should he correct, the krcrlpt.l| during month .___.__._..___ 40S.75 Jnhn ft. A. Nevraom 4 :

raise the age/ limit to 18 years. This has not been done In the past, accord only thing we could possibly do Warrant>M>nlrart. Imueri May I.during 1928--------------month n..__ 12 IO8.46.IS C. UtflowH. Jvne r

ing to members of the legislature to I'Ulrlet N I.. 4 J. W. Mnr *nJ.
was in the form of an amendment by would he to walk hack to the village ;
relieve i the condli / lal. April I I. BUS. ........._ 81.80 C. M.nnInf
Representative Weeks of Holmes, poverty-stricken ds .and, get as comrtably located as possible 1.li>t.. during. month-.n......._..._._. 81.78 L. A. r>avlt
which he later withdrew."A i ti"n of some of the common schools A car this time nf night would Warrants laiuxl during month ...... nil'** KM*
'until this Amendment is finally ap U.I.) May I I. IIwa. ___.__-_____.. 55,05II.ttlr J. h6 Mitch.. .)) :
I" .
unheard of. $ N.. 8 J T. Oulal.y .
bus is 'It bus and all buses will proved. The legislature will also pans n.1. A|>H I. IpIS. n.n._ U0.48 II. A. Omen
Then followed a conversation between Effuliiu during ....... A. 1. Adkln
be put under the control of the rail a number of bills drafted by the State
; them which resulted i in Darren Warrants .laauml during month .. Floyd Green .
road commission," stated Representative Superintendent of Public Instruction MF Ira) May I I. ..._.n..._ 140.45Illstelet W. T. W.....
'.nmlting his watch and !layln"Sul/ ..
S. It. H.imphrey ,
J. Edward Stoker of the house to perfect the administrative machinery N.
I h.. .. in won't be unreasonable and I Iki II OvcTilrnft April I I. 1U28 ......____ .. 111.18 )I. N. Wlerlntlit I
committee on roads and highways. of the school system. '. it will darling It'KI I tMdpla during month ..____...___. .1!>"." W. ".,.. S.-
you Clo Alderman
Warrants lamed 'Mrk'H month __ 179.2V !
I ,I1, midnight. The car is absolutely lal). May I I. 1WJA. .. .. ._....... : 2.0 C. A. Knlajnt j ,in'
.. J. W. .
.. IM'frTri .. Tlal John
_. __ ___i '- _riThl's re it ?f order. By the time we could April I. 10111----------------- 197.71 W. W llal.ilnnMr
i )h,.;'i.' to have another sent to us itt /ti-..ltiti4 during month 12." *. T .1 I (irlfflnT 1 l''
,' Take advice. WurrBnu )lMU4-d. during month -._._. 7.80 J. 'Irlffln
Label Protects You : "i i1'I I he morning. my 11.1.) May I. IlUt. .. _.._.._. .... I32.M N. P Walnwrteht
I f. i ,n n<> make you comfortable in the lltttrlrt No 8 W. J. Rppenon:.

II., reek yonder and we'll drive >mm 11.1 April I. 11121. _..._.......__.... 101.77 O. A. Oardlnr '/
a at -1"' .l.irlna month __ ..______... 4.00 J. W. Whit
+ I ih early freshness of the mnrning. Warrant Issued durlnir month ...... O. W. Whit
"'Hi. but Warren, what will the "fli.l .l May 1 I. I-WC) _.. ._.__._ 111.77 H. L. Peek
1 I lamest-.. Y- It. C. HitchJ. .
Thw I In', .''i.* think about it?" Hal. April) 1. 1025--------.....__.._. UM H.. Rltch )
/ vr i "1 I hat you missed your train, as RM-I-IIII" ilurjnu month ._..... II." O.. W. !ftncllifrov ,I"vN.
Warrant Issued during month ...... Thom.
se I '. ',.al, and as for mo I'm not expett1 Hal May I. 1925------------: .._.70,15 J. r. Klckllur
a 1 d I '" t" my presence announces my ln.>lrl.t N.. in J. H. William
$ raS Hal April I. 1026------------______. ITT.1S W. B. P.rklr. 1
wr ,, .urn il. Be a good sport now, Sallie ".*-i-lpu. ilurinar mon51.0s W. U. Perklm
I "oJ| make the best of an unavoidable Wkrrmita lMu.d. during month ...... M. 8. Matthew !
I: rial May I. ISIS-------------------- I9 ..2tl Mm. n W. Carltoa
.I,itii.itiun.l ...lri.i N.. it N. HUrnber"
+ I ': I" 11M such a" irresponsible foolish Rsl. April I. 128 ..._.__________ '''.11 T. N. Kendrik (

II I I:1 r r. r .,,n to get off the train in the first crlpln WNrmnta during"laauvd month during n.month._...___.....- 94.5 5sal. 0.Koy 8 rdwanhl Dowlinn'. '

cr plu <" I argued, and, on the other May 1. 1926. .. _._..... 22H.24 J. O. u.iT'iA.
M. UarbyA.
It's the 'I. I n I d l. there was n" use. being a bum litatrirt Um. II L. Alvara. I S
Bui April I. 1028 .........._..... 2.74
I 'I'! i' about it. After all, there was wlpu. Murlna month ....... 317.81 IL O.: Maion '
toc..rc '.. ,scants. IMIMM, during month .. t. W. 5.7..M..
logicalthing l criminal about '' 0
nothing resting
r. .1 If. A. freott
This Label I Hal'. May I. 1051------------------ 3l M t
.. .
I.-, i few hours at the hotel and goingon Dlatrlrt 1'1.. II < !. < .
to do is Overdraft April .. 11125--------------' 811. 1 I
your "in the morning. The only thing _.lr'U' during. month n__.___.. ._. 307.01 NOTICE: TO DEHTOHX AND CREDITORS
Guarantee I 'h rew back my head and laughed. Warrant .IMHJOT. ) during. month _.__ Credltora I and all perauri* Caving alalmairalnet
-to buy your i I h, that's more like our Sallie," Overdraft May I. 1U2S. .____... lot:" th* Estate of Robert P. Jone' *. l 4t. frfllradford 1
IMalriet N.-It Count Florid" ** mill
of Value I Warren Fisher. E'n<"'uraICed. "But Hal April I. l025---------------- rent their) claim duly antbentleiU-J t* ,
Used Ford Car won't, let me in m it ?" H...,lpt during month ...... .. .. 16..' )he anderalxned Imlnletrator.: withla: en* :;
you Warrant .bawd. during month ...." year or they will b* forever barred, and] .11 '
")' ,h it's nothing," I responded, my Hal May 1. 115311------------------ J3.07 .ieron* Indebted. to ald, Estate. ar reqiieahiil
from Your NearestAuthorized I Col. von Kuegelgen. the "Hi April 1. 1923-------------------- 4.0S orthwlth.
In the election of von IILndenburjr Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days 1<<...10'* duHna- month ____ .. 2V.HI* W. J. EPPERSOM.
Ford Dealer I II as president of Germany. DnuulMi refund mnru-y If PAZ001NiMENT4tta I Warrant luaiMd. during month ..... Administrator of the Eet..t. of Robert.. P.
He is the "Col. House" of Cemuia lo cure Itcblnfl. hIIn Blemllng; or Protruding I Hal, ) May 1. 1921)----------- nmliKlrlcl .fane. l> cej.d.
Pile* loauotly rrneve lirhloa Pile*, and you N.. 14 Thl Hth day of Marih 1928.
politIcs. can act restful steep after HIM *i>plkUio' We. Hal April I. 1t2' ..-.-.-_....._-_ 2)9 1 13 6.'11-8",1-\1


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FRIDAY MAY 15 192i.:
PARK! Jl:1r.IIT:
._ -- -- And I shall trust, my savior's love especially church members.

K I Bradford County t Telegraph I .:THe:_DARKEST!:( DAY IN i HISTORY[( By A B. CHAPIN j ji I That I may live, with you above.lIOTIIElt'S "Making!Preaching the Best at 8 of p.Self m.or How Subject to:

; DAY AT THE Behave in a Bourn." Text 1 Cor. 0.25

f Published weekly and entered us r ,/F.1131. ))1",. ,,\ :ill CHURCH OF CHRIST 20. Everybody interested in the boom
k' 1 i IH.. TIME >-H-I TOOK 'M-:.R"TQ; >\ DANCE iS AY' I that seems to be looming on our horizon !-
t t I Second!!; t'liiMH matter, at the post( !, AND You RAM OJdF erAS r li,. The Bible school of the Church of should hear this sermon. Come.
r. office ut Starke, Florida. AND IT WAS RAlNING- \' Christ gave a very impressive Moth- I

AND SHE HAD A NEW PARTY DRESS ON 4 y,< p < IT'S Day program last Lord's Day. METHODIST .

tl 1 K: 8. MATHIKWH .. ._.__m -.. __.nwn.r.i ANDIF SHE WENT WITH You TO SCOUT / V !i The scripture responsive reading
i Editor. I Iti FOR GAS SHE WOULD GeT SOPPlNS- WET followed then talk Last Sunday the Mother's Day
Mln..lns by a
i t was
C. RIIINK" prayer
: In i ;;- AND) you SIMPLY'\ CjgycDN'r'LEAVE' HER ALONE I on Mother's Day by Rev. Daugherty. service was attended by a large con-

WHilE YOU WENT AFTER +IT / I Several given on gregation, who listened attentivelyto
readings were
Pl'BI.ISllEI HVKItY FUtUAY OH INKs- SLACK BLACK 'INK ?If + : G "Mothers." the splendid sermon by the pastor,

MAftH wetk THIS 1 ATE ON THE PACE OF6lO0l'\f '; Rev. C. F. Starnes, his subject being*
( The children of Mrs. Daugherty'sclass
. "The Influence of a Good
t ,i f HUlSCItllM'ION: recital "Plain Facts"
a ,
t r Special music was furnished by the
\ Per Year _. ____- $1.50 1)) and "I Love Some One" which was choir which was composed of Mrs. A.
A recitation givenby
; p! ': +; f Six Months ______ ___ .- 76c/ ) very Ida impressive.McArthur was much enjoyed. W. Anderson !Mrs. W. L. Sdwards Florence,
Miss Kate Struth, Miss
, ,I''I f, A / (5 Mrs. Daugherty sang a solo: Matthews, S. E, Ritch, C. L Peek,

: ,I .I.t j l !1 ,l I IJ //l ;Mother Mine. tho Mrs. F. II. Long and Mrs. A. Z. Ad-
4 The was followed by
1 'f I program I I kins, with Mrs, E. K. Perryman asi
t sermon by Rev. Daugherty entitled:
i i I pianist
"Why We Love Our Mothers. Text:
iI ,, r' I Next Sunday morning Sunday
There stood by tho cross of Jesus hl81[I
i ? hour
I I school will be at tho ,
I { mother. I 1
; which is 10:00: o'clock.
' 1. We love mothers because of ,
; our I Preaching at 11:00: a. m. and 8:00:
: the limitless love they show u*.
f / i 2. Because of the unstinted! service :'p. m.
render i I Prayer meeting Wednesday eve-
they us.
t i nine at eight o'clock
;,\ 3. Because of the sacrifice they I
No. 493 tMrmbrrship I The reading circle of the missionary -

," ( ,]i in ..itiniml,! Hi huHjln make for ua. j!I society will meet Monncly after-
4. Because of her influence over us.
+ 'fi"l Y; j .\ "''''//1\\ IOn) On the throne of motherhood woman's -I:, noon, at four o'clock, at the home of
'' Mrs. J. II. Hitch.
AikuiiHUH evrIvthutg uhout a power is supreme. Wearing the!
I -----
flivver is taxed except the rattle. > crown of motherhood she rules the liROOKERI

j s. .1 'Ve've been expecting thu Liberty world. -

I ,. county rrproHontativo to propone n''I II BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINThe i I Brooker, May U).-It, A. Weeks
j business in Jackson-
t tact to cover both squeaks\ uiul I l was attending to

.' -eA rattleB'I'l regular services of the church ville Monday.

I : owners of uuUmiubiles in 11)21! paid j; will be held on Sunday Bible school W. S. Nabb of Sampson, was visiting
A .
it total of $553,000,000 l ( in tuxes und I Ifoes. It 1 I, at 9:4): i c. m., followed by divine wor- his daughter Mrs. L. Morgan,
i 1 J Some IcglHluturvii are hard to j *. % hnnillllll \ / t l ship when the pastor will have for last week.

t convince: thut there are other sources qIll iI fl.l a his sermon topic, "God in the Soul of Miss Inez Abernathy, of Starke,

of taxation limn motor curs f f1/ t t' yN11 / "pl Every Man." This will be an Interesting was a visitor here Friday.
1 _0- study ofJoses'! experience at the 1 i Mrs. R. T. Osteen was the guest of
burning bush. I I her sister, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot last
: That Liberty county representativeIn
,; house should either change the r The young people meet at 7 in the week
and chil-
I Mr. and Mrs. L. Morgan
evening, and all members are requested -
of his move, before
name county, or
relatives in
dren the of
to be Evening worship at were guests
he introduces. any more bills. Ills latent J
I her 18. the service i being evangelistic. 'Sampson Monday.
la to have the wife sign name
r on every check her hubby issues. Strangers especially invited. '! Lewis Shriver was attending to
--- -- ----
!t ---- ------- - business in Starke Tuesday.Mr. .

l h ;' 1 -0- I The Tampa Tribune soy women is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. M Her-( j MOTHER'S\( DAY ATSAltinS CHURCH OF CHRIST' and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn, of

: It in announced that enough highways I lone things because. of lack of pockets. Key I CHURCH Sunday was a great day at the Waldo, were the guests of Mr. and

.il 4 will bu built in the next three The Tribune must be referring to Services will be held at the Chris- Church of Christ. The children's part Mrs. E. M. Hazen Sunday.

. I! yearn to circle tho globe. The construction young and old maids, for their married tian church here Sunday afternoon at The following program was well was excellent. j I Mr and Mrs. M. F. Hazen, of Wal

i of the !gap on the Baldwin- sisters manage to find more in 3:30 o'clock. Rev Taylor, of Hampton, rendered after Sunday school Sunday The attendance at both the teach- |, do, were with relatives here Satur-
l Gainesville road near Maxvilluwould lose. I ing and commanded services were almost
pockets than they I I0 will speak. Everybody come. May 10: day.Orvil
!t be appreciated 08 n aturter.-Times- I 1 Prayer meeting at the Christian Song-My Mother's Prayer-Choir. double that of any previous ;: Ward, of Waldo, was with

1 Union. Life is a funny dream The cattleowner church every Wednesday night at Recitation-Mother's Day-Mrs. II. Sunday. The reports as read! from the ,, his mother Mrs. T. P. Ward Sunday.
,l -0I eight o'clock. C. Peeples. Christian Standard showed 8,448 additions :, Mr. and Mrs.} G. B. Colson and son,
who Insists his stock has a
I I I'' According to the Tampa Tribune < Elmo Padgett was a visitor to Motto Reading-C. A. Scat reported last week and 61,000 Bessie, and Misses Stellamae Ward,

J', i: the legislators. are wasting their time I j right to will graze; on out his bin neighbor's shotgun if property hisnelghbor'lI Hampton Thursday. Duet--Just the Thought of Mother reported since January 1 and the Genevia and Mary 1arrellspent Sun-

iI.I. in making hutting a felony-from get his -W. R. and L. G. DuBose. Standard is only one of our 40 church day afternoon at Hampton Beach.
in patch.
; bidding on a hand at bridge to a boys get cane COLLEY'S MACHINE SHOPS SOLD Reading-Mother's Prayer-Mrs. papers. Some 60 odd! churches have Mrs. W. H. Harrell and daughter

home race, saying 1\1en-an.1 women, Still they are both after the game Minnie Hewitt. 'l I been organized after the New Testament Sarah, are spending a while with
I too-will bet long as civilization thing something to chew. I of with elders deacons Jacksonville.Rev. .
us Among Wednesday's! transfers PloyletWhen Carnations pattern friends and relatives in
..1 i! lasts." If butting la a part of civilisation -0-- property> was the sale of the two Junior Sunday school class. and evangelists. W. M. Moody, of LaCrosse,

i then tho entire world is civil Lying within from three to nine large brick buildings owned by J. F. Reading-To My Mother.Talk-I I Bible school and. communion from was with friends here Saturday.

j bed.I miles of the city of Starke are threeof Colley to .Q. M. Inman .and L. A. Scat 10 to 11 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.Subject Mrs Emily Abott is visiting
I -e-- I the most picturesque lakes ,!in the Davis. This property has been used Dy Address Responsibility of Moth- : "How To Be Good Looking." friends and relatives in South Flor

E \ Briulcnton's 18-cent teas league is .tate-Sampson, Rowell and Crosby; Mr. Colley for a combined blacksmithand ers-II. C. Peeples. Text: They looked to him and were

t attracting Hlate-wide attention. Independent lakes. The lakes are located In a way machine shop, and fronts on both I Quartett-How I Miss My Mother radiant." Psalms 34:5.: ida.The LaCrosse B. Y. P. U. rendereda

}I I! companies have agreed to that a triangle of land is formed be- Cherry street and the railway. Messrs. Earl Dukes W. R. and We shall expect the presence of all program at the Brooker B. Y. P. U. .'
r' tween them the land being muck and and W. R. DuBose. the members who not content to A crowd
furnish Kunoline delivered there for I L. G. DuBose Mrs. are Sunday night. large was
very politic. Around the larger of the SUSPICIOUS CIIARACTERS ARRESTED school remain looking bad. Non-attendance there to the
10!4 cents and the chamber of commerce Benediction-Sunday super enjoy interesting pro-
I which formed the league assorts lakes (Sampson) is; a fine sandy heach I intendent, J. T. Seegar. persisted in makes folks look bad, gram.
the United State Is supplied. over a hundred feet wide at some I Several request that the following
) points. It Is skirted by a branch of Three men were arrested Wednes- I -- -
with high-proof j gasoline ut iU i'lor-: paper be printed:
I 1 Ida depots for I 0) cents n gallon. the Seaboard Air Line railway and day by officers, and are being held as |I I Mother's Day
1 tho little town of Sampson City Is I suspicious characters, while efforts We can charge
-0- We are now looking on the day of your
located on the western shores of the made find I If are
are being to they
t' Kill recently 1 pa std the house prohibiting days. The day that has added beautyto YES 8 HKS
luke. the ) Tele-
i I According to Starke wanted, by other towns. After leav-
the marriage/ of girls under the Sabbath, Christmas and all
sixteen jeitrit. of ugc. But if a flftee'n-I the graph advantage, a Miami of realty this firm location has seen and ing a big touring car at Lawtey ride in to other days, the sweetest and best day Storage Battery InGarage I
the trio caught
yt'ur-oM girl wants to get married a garage, a of th..m-UMothl'r' Day"Ve .
has tract of land
purchased large
a Starke and thence to Hampton.
I what In to prevent her stating that \ wear a flower on this day in \
surrounding the three lakes. This Learning that officers were after them
I her Is sixteen and it 1-
age remembrance of mother. If mother is Stare
o trust will be highly developed. and they took to the woods and escaped,
Times-Union. what Smith's
I Nothing. And man in .this world we will wear: the red
will lis valuable
converted into n very later walking the Seaboard in thedirection
will I have thu to to collect up
nerve try flower of courage in honor of her, for Fl
i holding. Although the plans of the a.
f of Starke, where they were
from the
( a woman $5 proposed there is no courage like mother'acourage.
I company have not been announced, it captured.
g j for old maids.Iteforo in. reasonably certain that they will -. -- If she has gone to the Glory

;, t I -ot improve the fine beach around one Palm Beach county commissioners land she taught us tp love and believein

nnyone forgets the gover side of tho larger lake and improveand favor proposal to widen Ocean boule-j\ we will wear the white flower of
rl' nor's speech to the tax assessors ont I, purity and for there is nothing I
place on the market the thousand. vard and Dixie highway entire lengthof peace GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
.t making their assessments on a 60ii of acres of fertile land within the county. so pure as the memory of mother and
percent basis, we rise to inquire how nothing so peaceful as mother's
I triangle of the lakes and Improve & RITCH
of the said have VEGETABLESLake
tax assessors Hl'KCS
l many Sampson City, which is a railroad grave. We gray-haired folk will
; done sot If the has a good 1 1I REPRESENT TilE BEST LEADING
governor pause on this day to become as a lit
junction of the Seaboard branch the
Butler, May 9.) -There has
f I I memory there will be many new tax Georgia Southern and Florida, and tle child. In spirit we call to memory INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE,
been about twenty-five cars of ,
l71 i assessors in office before many moons. Tampa, ) and Jacksonville railroads. beans and cucumbers shipped peas from the spot where all that was mortal of ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,
( We have too many G percent counties Times-Union. mother has long slept where the rose BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
in tho state, and in some counties too Pukes already this season most of and thorn mingle above her simple
ii iifr many 5 percent assessments. for some -- which sold ut shipping point for fair MADE PROMPTLYWashington
i prices. Farmer are now able
r, I and 100 percent for others TIE pro- "There is a little mound in the grave- ,
1 : -o-- duce one hundred and fifty hampersof --

{ / i The Gainesville Sun remarks: "We L. M. (;rMY'I \Kid for HiRhlnnd-.Ma\- string beans per acre at 1very 'Twould yard. scarce stop a child in his
i went lust Into the woods low cost and are enthusiastic over the
night out ville Stretch One of Lowest.Bldn race.
where the whipporwills 'whipped',' prospects of this section of vege- But oh! I would not exchange it nr

the nightingales, 'gated' and the bullfrogs for hard-surfacing the seven tables. There is also quite a number I For all the broad regions of space."
mile of between <>f acres planted in cotton
grade Highland
'bulled. The ]
place was Keystone
I I That's my mother' gravel! I like too r
Height, om of Florida'. most and Maxvillv were opened in Tallahassee 41"y.
I 55 MO rifER'S"l\ DAY AT there sometimes pilgrim to his v
beautiful bathing resorts. If you Tuesday by the state road de- 11UTIST CHURCH: -hrme, when tired of strife and the
can't rest lit I keystone there is partment. Although no official reporton I
no -- I I great unrest and sting of being misunderstood -
rest for you on earth." Fine place for tho result has been made, it i is I I Mother' Day service at the I love to go and stand _- 2

av dl'af man to rest, uvtdently.T'imesUnion. said that 1. M. Gray: and one other I I I tist church was no exception this 8111'-1 I with bowed head at my mother'sgrave. OI7

Even a deaf and blind man can bidder tied on the lowest bid, and no from former years. The ladies of the -
award of contract made to either !I I E GEORGE WM'NINGTON1799a
appreciate the beauties of Keystone was I I church were on hand with flowers for I i I There under those grand old trees
l\el\ htl. Come out and see. up until Wednrsdnf3Nt is likely that ;l I any who came without one, and to b) the quiet lake I become a child
the award will be made during this all in the Bible !I
-- i I see / school and) church again in spirit as no where else in
: To that Liberty county representative week, as considerable pressure is being service with a token of a mother living this world, and except ye be converted Was
: I who remains undeterred brought to bear for tho early surfacing or dead was beautiful sight.I ;
in spiteof : a | and become as a little child ye .can
the manner his flapper bill was of this unusually sandy) II I The Bible school had one of the I II i not enter the Kingdom of Heaven.

I .I received we want to suggest another stretch of grade largest attendances in monthi although And there I recall how be said, Suffer Thrifty In Youth

., bill that will have just as .good a Mr. Gray was the successful. bidder the record in this respect! i is I little children to come unto me and

chance to pass, and that l is a bill requiring for putting down the base of state usually good. At the church service forbid them not for of such is the

I the publication nf all personal road thirteen through Bradford! comity the orchestra played the old hymns, Kingdom of God. There a* no where- Biographers relate mat George Washington

i and real estate assessments, as and is one of the best equippedroad which were appreciated by a larlft'l'ongregRtl.n. :| else in this world I realize the graveis opened a bank account when be was
': builder in the state. The rock I
shown on the Assessor's books, every ICo more inspiring not the end of life and feel in my sixteen years old. He had a Job with a
base he constructed on this road! i is .
five year. Besides being interesting service has ben held in the church in heart that sublime melody "I am the
reading for a fellow's neighbors, it .said by engineer to be the equal of ,1\ long! time, and the day closed with resurrection and the life." I believe surveyor.
< wouli be of invaluable aid in / nny road in the state, and it is hoped mother-love more deeply rooted that Youth Is
i !getting in is true mother told me so, moth- the accepted time for opening
I', I t\o property" on the tax books that now that completing he will be the awarded unpaved the section.contractfor : the hearts/ of all.lUlJrOim 1, er! mother! mother! How beautiful a bank account. It Is never ton! late.

escapes entirely. COUNTS REVIVALBeginning I and childlike i* the word mother. It however.All .
S ii -o- 'rilEU1: : S.t 1 i Is aa if one must bow in reverence

If there in no breeding place for the fifth Sunday in Maywe and humility when this word is spoken. great fortunes have had modes! be

files there will be no flies. The almost Thereisa, May l&-:Mrs. II S. Roebuck will conduct a revival for Bradford The word is a haven of rest for ginnings. ,Many\ men have made fortunes

total disappearance of stables from of Orlando, spent few days county at the high school audi the far off wanderer in lands ever so
cities ban removed a prolific source of with her mother :Mr\ *. Holder who is torium, Starke. services at 8 o'clockp. distant from home. There hover in after middle life.

fly propagation but not all the spots skk with fever. m Everybody welcome. Especially alt eternity over the life of a child : See us today about opening an ac
/ which assist. the fly in preserving his Mrs Anna Tinsey of St. Augustine do we invite all of the churchesof these words: Your mother will al- count

species were in the vicinity of stables. spent last week with her mother Starke to cooperate with us in this way love you. Mother's influence is

Where there i is filth there will be flies r.lra. Hogan. revival believing it will be a great the greatest power in all this world
and where the flies go there will some Mr. and :Mrs. D. W. :Moore and chil- blessing to each! and all of them and and can do more than anything elseto

of the filth accompany then The fly dren attended church in Hampton at to everyone who will attend. Come lift us up to goodness and God. r
season will be here s.vm, hence these the Baptist church Sunday. out and let's have an old time revivalof Come let us all thing of our mother .:.ILT1"17Bradford :

reflections on the Character of that :Mr. Calvin Triest left here Wednesday the religion of our Lord and Savior and God grant that after life i Is over

visitor.-Tampa Ti+ibune.! Every .spot for her home at Stuart after Jesus Christ. Special song service we all may go home to live with County BankBradford i

that is likely to be breeding place a pleasant stay with her mother each night. Rev. E. D. Boyer evangelist mother in the Gloryland.Oh .

for the fly should be \ igorously swatted Mrs. Hogan. will do the preaching. 5-1-ot. mother dear so kind so true County' Financial Stronghold 1

by our health authorities. Mrs. Viola Recms, of Jacksonville Tie comfort sweet to think of you Established 1889 STARKE, FLA.ro'J .



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