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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per. Year $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable-: ; ; in \dvnnce.'E.'S-. -Matthews- ,-Owner.
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BRADFORD COUNTY FAST I \ Not So Good RUM RUNNING LADIES OF .I,,1/ wins $2,000 Prize \


FORGING TO THE FRONT M w COLOR LAND IN JAILCar 1

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Senator ; : I II I j I EUIC.ATES BOYS' CAMP !> and Moonshine Confiscated, Kino1 1 nnln'IS": ALL: .1.0.\L) ; ---- I--1 ., ,

Not Only | ON LAKE BROOKLYN I I Ij I of $150 mid routs and 3D Daytf. HILLS FOR Sl\n lI.ns {1

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I There is likely, to be1 u shortage! of Joint Resolution \\'mi hi u (< q u i r ,' I
j >l Program Completes: Ceremonies shine in tlu \utility of Louise fur thu Publiclt) .

: { Opened With Dinner. next few dayor until some other 1 .A ,

county I venturesome.pint braves thu unknown Tallahassee, !May I IT.--No. \In .II ,.i .. ,
land still Jacksonville Y. M. C. A. Sat Ii I in M'nuli of more. But it nut special bill shall bo passed l l b\ t tin. .
ness counties dedicated its new boys' camp | likely I to rune down state highway state legislature unless notice of intention I, '', 0'...
..tatelorge Immokalee, on the banks of : thin teen, for road thirteen la now a to apply therefor has been .

Senator D. E Brooklyn near Keystone, the i' hoodoo fur the belles of Louise, even given by publication In the localu.\ ',"t'
the the* well-worn rabbit hoofs being unul ulfocted under terms -of
resenting I and .dedication address be- a joint resolution -
legislature. : followed by a sports program I >K> to preMiil against it. now pending before the legis-. .
ally is by hundreds of persons, (j"rthn Smith\ Marian Wilson and latuio.. The measure was introducedby .' ;
County also enjoyed the barbecue dinner 1 Christina .*-lI\ith. three ladies of Representative' J. D. Smith ofJuikson ,
The entire preceding the ceremonies. i much color from" Louise sought to alleviate county, and culls for m: '

by a wave barbecue dinner was served I!I I > the Hurst of the popululioii[ of amendment tnjjjio constitution to lie fL..___ 1 ;, -...J)
became 12:30: and was followed by the I I their section f n by running in u cargo"f voted upon attj io next general election. (Auoc"'T 1a

completion | exercises C.V.. Kinne I guarantied kicks from n.mmn'nland Robert Sessions, IS, of Dlrmtnv--
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these ,I of the board of trustees of Gainesville Jacksonville Y. M. C. A., presid *y su-** < :driest succeeded Sheriff Epperson, 'I'|: to state the substance of the I eat of seven 11the\ Washington 1
; _,,. who' had been tipped off to their purpose 'I''.contemplated law "und shall} be pub finals won first prize and $2,0001n i
left I Sturke and headed north tomeet the National Oratorical Contest': .
Baldwin and I various benefactors Y. I [ lished at least 00 days prior to the
i camp v.ouneTe
them on their return: He met; Pros. Coolidge was on interested
through C. A. trustees board members, ... ..., introduction into the legislature of
them-and they left him. The sheriff spectator. f fM
the Gaine and secretaries and I such bill, the resolution reads. "andin 1
verne I directors were introduced. It U a "sun mask" to prevent who was breaking in a new .Ford followed the manner provided by law. M F F a .
as fut he could his
Jacksonville the introductions L. P. sunburn which the fair bathers UH urge Evidence that "such notice has neon e
Henry along, determined when ho
of South of Meadville Pu., presented along the Atlantic coast are tryingto published shall he established in the STATE ROAD BILL SIGNED ,
reached Starko to commander the
Tampa Y. M. C. A. with the deeds to the use. This one worn by: Ruth legislature before such bill shall be DY GOVERNOR b.
Beach N. Y. last fastest car he could find and cutch :
Ayres at Long ,
miles with A. G. Paul, Watertown, passed by having afllidavit of proofof e
thu fugitives before they' reached the
and others in$ the donors of building Sunday river. Hut the "thirteen" had begun publication attached to the proposed Among the bills. signed by Governor lJ ,
then Mr. Kinne then bill when the is Introduced this week "'
visiting spoke. Martin
same
. . . its deadly work and their Ilivver running '' wall onepiovidlng
for the first the address of acceptance, in either branch of the legislature," for the extension of .I,
out of oil the
Gainesville the donors of the site and fugitives were the resolution reads, "and with such State Road, No. 28 from Stnrko .. k !t.to t.
for one l equipment. HOLLYWOOD COMPANY\ overtaken. while waiting at SternsGarage. affidavit constituting proof of publication Pulntka, via Keystone Heights J' 1.

tracts to address of the day was made Ol'ENS OFFICE HERE i shall' be entered in full upon This bill passed both, houses with .. \w I
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I % In judge's court Monday !I
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awarded a E. Wood, chairman the Boy's the journals of tho senate and of the but little opposition. '
section of the committee who took the place The latest: ucquUti'-i to the Gertha Smith plead guilty to chargeof I house of representatives which entries "* The grading of this road the ." t

bits of A. Hoyt, scheduled to make the ranks of real estate dealers transporting intoxicating liquor'and shall immediately follow tho entire distance from Lake City to :
of Wood told of the in Starke is the Homeseekers was sentenced to pay a fine of journal the '
its Mr. Jackson- i entry showing introduc- Palntkn will lie completed within "
structing Y. M. C. A. as a promoter of Realty Co., agents; for properties $150 and costs. and spend 30 days In I'' tion of the bill." a short time. ,
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for in "Hollywood By the Sea," one jail. The Ford was ordered confiscated !More than .
built on a fifteen years. 1 I t seven hundred local yyyik
might round in the camp name contest .. of the fast growing resort towns and sold at public sale May 30th. measures have been introduced mt . . 55 ,; ; ,

at high speed made following: the address by .... near Miami. They have secured Christina Smith, the driver, plead the present session of the legislature, I :
guilty to the charge of reckless driving
office in the Williams Cafe DARROW LINKS BRYANVirHNEHOONEOLUTION fl.
avoid all Wood. space a large part of the time of which hat
address building, on Call street.REALTY .. and was lined $10 and costs while been devoted I \ :
through and prayer was to passage of acts of | y
.. Marian
Wilson claiming to be
a
Bradford by Dr. W. A. Myers, pastor of . . . was discharged! passenger this nature. They are disposed of at I] Noted. Attorney to Defend! Tennessee I ,
Knight, not Riverside Methodist church. The the rate of 25 or more an hour I
Arthur
Allen colored, charged with Teacher.
through its Myers then closed the exercise '
'IRANSFEUS UIWEEK operating n cur without license or NEiKO ADMITS KELI.EY I -
and the prayer. title certitiuate was fined $25 and New York. Clarence Barrow
adopt other I the sports program that follow- Among the larger deals reportedthis costs or 60 days In jail. CHIME IN :''oI"W'OIlK Chicago lawyer who lilt" oppose William
cities of Dads met the Sons in u base- week are three made by L. H. I Jennings Bryan in a Tennessee
will each I game, the younger generation Hill, of Lawtey, as follows: T. B. RAM FISH BILL SL'RE I Waives Extraditionill !Start Hack evolution trial came out today with a Ir
through tax i victorious. L. R. Reynolds led Hamby tract of 1800 acres near Law- TO I'ASS, 1IELIEF I Tomorrow, few nnlniiinrt about the commoner.. +"

thorizing fathers' team and Morgan Rey- tey to L. W. Hogg and associates of Nero and Bryan were linked by Harrow .,
ed in the his son, captained the sons' New York; James Murphy, of New Walton League Heads Are Confident: I New York !May 15.-Will Douglas. as mllll whose irrational opposition .

fled with George Salzer was umpire. York, 980 acres near Lawtey, and House Will Folow Senate. I negro, held for extradition to Jacksonville enhanced thu spread of great

Bradford were water sports presented 1822 acres In the same section to R. Jacksonville, -May 17. A. F.Knotts. Flu., confessed that ho shot doctrine. i I
taining teams from the Universi- }. Hickson, of New York.J. of Inglis\ president of the and killed I'olicenian Kelley In thu OlK-rs of Harrow and Dudley Field -
advertising Florida Keystone Heights and M. Truby to R. J. Davis-30 acres Florida division of the Izaak Walton Florida city last September, pollee Malone, of New York, to assist in the
the board of The Y. M. C. A. boys al- north of Starke, adjoining farm of League of America who arrived in I hero announced today. defense of J. T. Scopes, Dayton

Even this a program of games T. M.\ Williams. Jacksonville. yesterday from a six: I Authorities stated that Douglas Tennessee, public school teacher
cient in the stunts Quigley & Davis to Mrs. L. A. week's stay in Tallahassee, appeared had waived extradition and would be charged with violation of law for bidding a
and believers E. Sims and E. D. Langley were Davis, of 'ernandina-Corner lot on to be confident that the house of representatives I taken to Jacksonvile tomorrow.He the teaching of evolution, have J
of Bradford. the camp horseshoe tossing Walnut and Madison streets oppositethe will follow in the footsteps I will stand trial In Jacksonvillefor been accC'ptl'd.Ir.! Bryan is to assist
of Florida staff."Y" after contest lasting more Fireproof Garage. of tho senate by giving passage the murder. Douglas, accordingto I in the prosecution. I''
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advertising I an hour. Mr. Sims was also the A. M. Darby to L. A. Davis-The to the bill to protect game and fish in thu police, said he was seated on Nero he said "trim! to kill Chris
have carred of the team winning the vol Darby property on Madison and the state. tho porch of his Jacksonville home tiunity with pernocutlon" and law. .

years and < ball, game staged at the camp win Thompson streets. I The senate adopted the bill last when the officer ordered him air the: Bryan would blink enlightenment ... 4
I Chamber of over an aggregation lead by D. J. Heenan Williams to A. Z. Ad- Thursday by a vote of 27 to 4 and veranda and Inside the building. Resenting -i with law. ,

t flatly and L. M. Burrows was umpire kins, E. L. Biggs, G. M. Inman-The according to Mr. Knotts, a good ma- the order Douglas went Int. "Man may bo sure of his ideas, butif
I enactment of the volley ball game. Heenan Williams farm property jority is expected in the house when the building and secured his revolver, hu Is intelligent h". knows there il
. ing in the E. King will direct the camp northeast of Starke. the bill will )>< taken up for action and killed the policeman, authoritiessay room for doubt und debute and ho
for L. M. Burrows is in charge of the M. F. Brown to Minnie S. Brown- Monday Mr. Knotts returned to laglie he confessed welcomes both. Mr. Bryan would
i ing board I registration. Tract in 4-6-22. last night.STROb'T I, Two white men who attempted to block both because of his views. Ha

$200,000 a ) Melrose Mfg/ Co. to Miriam M. Lee, remove the body of the policeman wan. brought up on certain beliefs
The : DOG BILL IS KEPASSEI Tampa-210 acres in 5-8-21; 380 acres f'UnlfiESl:\' | were shot Pouglaa admitted, accord which he has never questioned or ,

Commerce Ti---; in 14-8-22; 500 acres in 16-8-22; 270 ISSUES :NEW' FOLDEKSG. ing to the police. about which ho sought to ba enlightened Ki
lieve in 19.-Only two acres in 22-8-22; 80 acres in 23-8-22; M. Inman )manager of the local'|I Douglas was arrested by tIe, author- to the end that ho might be I'
place the got by the house today. 117 acres In 26-8-22; 80 acres in 1-9- E. A. Strout Farm Agency has received || (ties In this city last week, Chief wrong.
where it was a bill and the other House a shipment of folders from Roberts and another member of the "Iiat 1 Mr. Bryan's Ideas, of what n
No. 9 by Mr. Lee of lIen- 22.W. I I
said. E. Knight to J. L. Hutchinson headquarters' showing .many attrac Jacksonville police department, who man may do toward tree thinking existed .
fer that one county. Tract in 9822. tive.scenes of the county and views I I I came to this city identified him as throughout history, we would '..
fort and I the bill was one that had pass- M. B. Weber to C. L. Peek-Lots of groves and farms. In this folder is. the slayer. still be hanging and burning witches
are preparing house on May 14, it being 4, 5, 6, 7.BIk28,1.T.&Cos.: add to carried the farm properties listed with I'I and punishing persons who thought
erally. Bill No. 681, and known as the Starke. him fursale. Mr. Inman mails these''' Jacksonville, !May 10.-Pleading the earth was round." U

Dog Bill. Notice was given by H. C. Wimberly to Austin Carey catalogues out at the rate of several I|I not guilty to first degree murder this Mr. Harrow said that Mr. Malone
Harrell of Gadsden that he would afternoon Will Douglas
TEACHERS and C. L. Peek-34 acres in 36-4-22. thousand a month, and brings many i negro! confessed was willing to pay all expense of the
reconsideration for the purpose F. E. Henry to A. L. Harper-Tract interested parties weekly to Bradford slayer of Motorcycle Policeman Tennessee trial, "in order that day
I I an amendment. in 19-7-22.\ county to Inve t. j W. J. Kelly, will go to trial In may thHumph over night." Any man tif
original measure sought to the circuit court before Judge DanielA
I, H. P. Fouts to L. A. Davis-15 ordinary intelligence could topple
Annual dogs on the same basis as other MEF'1'ING OF STARKE: GROWERS ,, Simmons on June 2. bin. "
acres in 29622. Bryan in argument, tho lawyer
animals but ,I I Starke Growers Association will The negro's ,
June provided that I plea came an a cpm- continued "Tenncnuce.
O. W. Clayton of Ft. Payne, Ala., lawyers are
injury to such animal meet in the court house pletc surprise to attaches
an Saturday court and I "
will
to Santa Fe Lake Development Co.- !good. They riot need help..
Gainesville, subject the persons commit. 108 acres in 23 &: 21721. ,I May 2:1: at 3 p. m. Important! All'' the half dozen spectators who wore .
August 7 has the injury to presecution as if he Santa Fe Lake Development Co. to members requested to attend. I present when the negro was arraign OKS; : '10 '1'11"Hilt I NKP.RO:

the versity annual of I stolen the a dog.new bill was offered Bradford County Bank-108 acres in FA KM KKS: lY:' TICK "'UEJoiU'I: : I ed.No public announcement was madeof Sheriff Epperson: left for Tampa

day by simply making tt a misde {23 & 21721. 'I i:I TO USE NATIVE the hour on which tho negro was Thursday to bring back Will lance
for malicious injury to A. H. Schilke to Wm. Turner- Talahassee.-The state live stock to be arraigned. Newspaper who shot another negro in a fight at
dog
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Teachers' I reporters,
Lots t, 5, Blk 15, Temple's add to
charge of the declaring them to be property sanitary board is in receipt of orders I however, were informed. Won! leaked Sampson City a year ago. Runce fill J ff -
Starke. from the federal bureau of animal ed his opponent's face with blrjshot
quiries and same as other domestic animals. around the court house thnt the ,
A. H. Schilke to Alice C. Rowe- industry which allows farmers of the I and made Ms w'
be larger the existing law, as stated '' I negro would be brought Into the court good escape, no trace !
Lot 6, Blk 15 Temple's add to Starke. tick free in Zone 13 to of him found until few
ceeding the dog might be stolen but area ship I room at :3 o'clock and those who witnessed being a days
\. It. Schilke to F. W. !
the largest the owner had taken the trou- BuddingtonLot watermelons packed in native pine the arraignment were only ago when hi was located in the South,
11, Blk 15, Temple's add to
school. make a return on it for tax straw. The area in question consists of court house employees. Florida city.5'iGI'iAItl.E. .
Starke.F. .
Jackson, Washington and Holmes I
no right of exist Charles W. Durrance
Work will property new state's
A. Scott to Davis &: Quigley counties. : MWKMKNr: HEAVY:
it, and no right! of attorney who assumes office June
dergraduates recovery i. Lot 1, South half Lot 3, Blok 3, Davis an -
well as had by the owner.Anybody's dog & Truby's add, to Starke. i Two lots adjoining bimmons prop 1, succeeding William M. Madison/ Strawberry shipments during the
abling high therefore, be taken up and car Florence Chastain Oa Frank J. who was appointed six months ago by past two weeks have decreased In tR

one or two away without fear of prosecu- Akes of UilI borough countyTractIn erty.N.. 13. Hull to H. K. Carantcas and John W. Martin to succeed Perse L. volume, while tomatoes, beans cukes,
ter college to or recovery by the owner when it 17721. A. K. Carantcas, of JacksonvilleStore -- Gaxkins who resigned, will prose- potatoes and other truck arc blent

fall. found no tax was being paid. Jos. James to W. C. Jones-10 acres and warehouse Call and Thompson cute Douglas shipped in car lots, .dully. The move- i
graduates in amendment was offered cover in 32-6-22. streets. Judge George Couper Gibbs who ment of vegetables. over tho Wannee

courses of the above defects, and the bill re- P. J. Pearce. to G. W. Saxon-Lots Mrs M. E. :Mat.one" Vak'-ista, toG arraigned the negro today will hold branch to Starke Is growing heavier
students 64 to 0.PRIZETBEEJS. court in St. Augustine In June and daily and, one of the largest melon
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now 5, 6, 7. 8. Blk 11, Hampton. M. Inman-10( acres 'n western
Teachers ON EXHIBIT C. L. Peek to W. E. Daugherty- fart of Starke. ,he said that Judge Simmons will occupy crops in tho history of that section

certificates Lots 4, S, 6, 7, Blk 28 L. T. &: Coe. add! (,'. M. Inman t'> E L. Blgz*-"> the bench in this case. will noon be ready for shipping.! Tomatoes -
higher grade M. Inman brought a ll'/i-pound to Starke. acres in western part of Stark MEETINGS--BYEVANGELISTIC are coming In by truckloads a

school to the Telegraph office Thursday Rim Kelley to E. L Biggs-Tract Else Fenske to G. M. Inman-40 BROTHKKHOOIJ sorted and packed, on the platform
supervisors, to its collection of exceptional I in 22621. acres mile north of Starke on old for shipment. Prices on all truck i I..* J

other officers, vegetables produced by Brad. D. W. Alvarez to Bradford County Lawtey road. The following meetings will be reported to be very satisfactory
sented at farmers. This beet n"nk-llouse G. M. Inman Prs ther of held Sunday the -- ---
county was and lot on corner Call to Wm. by Evangelistic MISTRIAL FN ANDERS-JOIINS
school, it Is on the L. W. Klckliter farm and Hogan streets, SUrke.W. Central America-80( urea of lake Brotherhood of the New River Association CASE t
A faculty of town and is one of the largest S. Bower to E. L. Biggs and N. aide property, near Grandin.G. : Pine Level church 11 a. m.,
most this season. C. Letsch who Sternberg-30 acres in 21622. M. Inman to Chas. C. Norton of team composed of J. F. Klckliter The trial of Zack Anders and left( f
country has s north of Starke, added three Vonda Inman to Andrew Larson- New York-J. L. Green farm of 40 chairman, J. L. Underhill, W. Pits Johns for having intoxicating liquorIn
school, states to the collection weighing 13'/j 20 acres In 26-6-22. acres, near China Grove church.G. J. A. Harrell, J. A. Morgan; Hell- their possession was held before
faculty also \ These three are of the vari J. L. Simmons to T. N. Kendrlck- :M. Inman to Mrs. Hello Ramp- bronn Springs church at 3 p. m., Judge Gardiner Saturday. The Jury
than It has used for stock feed and Mr. Bungalow south of Mrs. P. E. Dover's ley of Avon Park-Warren propertyand team composed of J. T. Qulgley being unable to agree, was diicharg-
being more produced a heavy yield from residence. two lots on Water and South chairman J. M. Reddish E. D. Card, ed and a mistrial ordered. The case
instructional number of rows. H. G. Mason to T. N. Kendrkk' streets. with John Powell song leader. was set for June 12th.
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. : BRADFORD COUNTY TBLBl RAP STARES, FLORIDA FRID.\Y. MAY 22. 1923.;
PACE TWO
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finances justify it, and the constitutional FREDRICK A. HESS the World of Starke. '!'Starke and Is remembered by many

f Would Provide Big S mill amendment to Section 9 of / The body accompanied by the 'I I friends, who extend their sympathy

Article 12 l is adopted by the people. Jacksonville, May 15.-Fredrick A. sons, will be taken to Starke this' to the bereaved family.

Many expressions of approval were Hess, for many years a resident of I morning for funeral services and interment )i
For All County Schools heard about the capitol on the intro Starke and later moving to Jacksonville Tho Starke Woodmen will i, 1.lIaml-Twelve-atory! church and

duction of the bill, to the effect that where he had been signal oper- I conduct services at the grave. The ) office building to be erected ut cost of

the just needs of the rural countieswas I I ator for tho Atlantic Coast Line on Seashole Funeral Parlors have charge 1250000.

flu, Offered in House Seeks Appropriation rmhed tnrough the high creel grades being realized and that the pro- Lackawanna avenue died in a local of local arrangements.The jl

j' of SI.3JO.OOO Yearly the average cost was $1.28 such a law visions of the bill furnish an immed hospital yesterday morning after an body was brought to Starke it Gainesville Building! permits totaling -

I IN (had been in operation 35; years thecost iate remedy illness of several weeks. Mr. Hess noon Friday and accompanied by I{ $182,023 issued during first

Free Text Book Measure Passed AT- was $1.28 and that in Connecticut DRY'ENFOKECMENT who was tho father of Roy C. Hess of friends and relatives, was taken tot I three and half months of 1J2': : .

it was eighty cents per pupil. DRASTIC this native of New York Theressa for The
city was a burial. funeral
: f feet Pupils of First Six Grade* in Mr. Phillips also said the books forhe" BILL PASSED but moving! to Florida about thirty I I services were conducted t: Rev. L. )I tlabitu.il In 14 Constipation to 21' Dtys Cured
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State's Public Schools. W first six grades in this state would I '
PLPS1N' is
years ago W. Klcllitcr taking in the "LAX-FOS WITH a .pecI811y-
Gives Any Officer Right to Break and part
TOst approximately $523,000;) and that
prepared SyrupTomc-Laxativc for Habitua1!
i { Tallahassee !May 14.-The little for the first year the cost would be Open Any Door or Window to lie is survived by three sons Roy ceremony were members of the W. O.!i Constipation It relieves promptly and
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Hess, Frank Hess of New York
red school house knocked two home I much less than that, because moat of Execute Search Warrant. W. lodge of Starke of which the deceased -; should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto
and B. V. Hess of Sarasota. He
City
runs in succession today if what the students would have their books. member. I Induce regular action. It Stimulates and
was a
12.-Taking was 63 years old and was a widower. | Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
took place in the house materializes lIe said that the pupils entering the Tallahassee May up
He member of the Woodmen of Mr. Hess formerly resided in
was a bottle.
first+1 its order calendar per
into finished legislation. The schools in the first grade during the special upon reconvening I

was when House Bill No. Ill introduced next year would entail a cost of $,12- this afternoon the house immediately 1---- --

by Representative Williams of I 000. went to work on measures I M-5 urea A iD 1 JUCrFiTA

>. Leon county came to the bat. The Representative May of Citrus, in pertaining to prohibition and its en FOLKSIN r y DE'.T w .; -t err Tss'REPL ,

:;. second deserves a story of its own. I' speaking for the bill, said Citrus forcement.A =c D. r.'ER-THINK i T r; ,qV Ii RIGi l IN A LfTTLE
That bill has been standing at the county had been furnishing free text bill giving any officer a right to li__ WIK -Vv OiOFRlEN. f L WHILE

r, bend of the calendar of bills of a (general : books for their children for several break open any door or window to OUR H.PA.M HOOVES pPin

, :j It. nature on third reading for some years, and that they were well pleased 'I any building for the purpose of executing IM e

three werks. It provides freo text with the system. I i a search warrant, was among TOWN CANAfASOSRV

. : books for the children of Florida up They proposed to continue furnishing the first to be passed. It provides: that_

f to and including the sixth grade and I school book, operating under a such action might be taken if after I

carries a three-quartern mill tax for special law regardless of whether the due notice of his authority and purpose

carrying! the measure into effect. The ''halumo of the state fell Into line. he is refused admission to the Poor ,,;

I ': question of furnishing the children of The present measure was different/ house or access to anything therein. Old

I the common schools free text books from the practice in their county in I The bill provides that no warrant Hiram

had been growing in importance for that it provides+ for the fumigation of shall issue to search a private dwel ,

.:, several years so much so that Governor the books when' districted after being ling occupied as such unless it is being -

John W. Martin recognizing used. used for the unlawful sale possession

.. -that fact and appreciating its merit His people did not object to the fact and manufacture of intoxicating lJyEdwad

included a recommendation that such that the negro children were benefit- liquor, or stolen or embezzled

." a law be enacted in his message t. the ting. They were glad to contributethis goods is contained therein and fur

Joint meeting of the senate and houseon to the general good He further ther provides that warrant shall not saC 'IW"AUTOCASTER" ll I s .

the convening of the present leg thought it would be a calamity if the I, i*"ue except on sworn proof by aflj-{

islature. In all of his public utter measure failed of passage since in davit of some creditable witness. ,

ances the governor has staunchly every state where it had been faith- The vote on the passage\ of the

k contended for the support of the com- fully practiced it was n success. I measure was 49 to 2,}. I

e: mon schools and has never let an op. The only speech in opposition was A bill defining unreasonable search WELL 1'LJ. "TOST ARRIVED

9' portunity go by to put in a good word that of Representative Petree of Nas and seizure was among those passed. BUT BE DI.. 'AND VEOV HOT '

t for those attending them. sau. One of his principal: objections It provides that whenever any coastal MA. HOOVES J u5T MY LUCKr>=a ,, DOWN. HERE?

The present bill just paused by the was that it smacked of class legisla- or inland waterway, public or pri- WHAT' DIED YESTERDAY Ht: DIES TH' IN TJV} .

J, II I house is the outcome. When first introduced tion and furthermore it would encourage vate road street or alley or any pri- -ni'-' DA'I 8ErOQE CVMV
E there doubt vate premises that by common 1 POPDECEIVED;
r i was grave as to disregard of property to
+ ; the bill's chance of passing but I hand out books to the children they knowledge is reputed to be visited HIM A J

t : gradually] its importance insinuated' had not purchased and did not own. occupied or used in violation of the TELEGRAMVWCrt O [ 9
, Itself upon the members and today They would tear them up. prohibition laws of the state any officer 8-1. 4 f

I when called up for consideration it Apropos of the foregoing, a measure might apprehend and arrest any M.lTAKG.

Ij ; had many, some of them unexpected has been introduced in the senate person believed to be violating the '..I 4 .. 1 ,

i i champions by Senator Coe of Escambia county law.The j WAS
officers are given the right IKTHNOtOFOft
I Representative Weeks was the first which provides a reclassification 41 'J
t t, to speak for the bill, lie said the safety of school grades of the state, desig without warrant to seize and search A

+l, y; of the state and country dependedupon nating all grades through; the sixth any automobile or other vehicle pri- 1&IoI8otI. ( owtiDSE
vate premises or public places under .
as elementary from the
the education of the masses seventh to l .,
provisions of the bill.
{ tr I through the little red school house ninth as junior high and from the A fine I HUSBANDWBNT e / / ,
of not less than $100 and
r and said that while there might be tenth through the twelfth as senior
some on the floor who would not support high. The measure has the governor'sendorsement imprisonment of not less than three .., AwAVt -
months is provided for who
the bill they would probably who hopes to eventually persons
to offense _
conspire commit
"vote for some fat calf already made extend the scope of House Dill 114 any I
against the prohibition laws of the
i so with feeding in the public crib." through all grades On roll call the
t A vote for the measure was a "vote bill was passed 71 to 6. state under provisions of a bill pass. n
ed by a vote of 62 to 4.
for Sally and the babies back home" The other home run knocked by the ... I.
Persons convicted of violating the
said Mr. Weeks. "I am not ashamed common school in the house today
'i to vote a three-quarters mill tax to but which may be caught by winds of laws relative to prohibition would on
first offense be subject to a fine of not
i support the bill" he said adversity before negotiating the ,
straits between less than $25;;, not more than $50Q and
i Representative Dew who is one of Scylla and Charybdis i .
+ t the be imprisoned not less than thirty r
was introduction of
1'I' the most active members in the house resentative a bill by days nor more than six months.
MacKenzie of Lake
I in support of educational matters ty, and McCuli/ of Hamilton Rep-I' Upon conviction of a second offensea
4 t said! the present was the time for the an appropriation of fine not less than $250 nor more

r 1 members to prove they were for the $1,320,000 than $500 and six months' Imprison-
ally from the
. common people. It could not be considered state general funds in the I I I ment would be Imposed.Representative .
treasury for the benefit of the
: class legislation as has been I Jennings of Oka-
charged by and he had heard schools of the several counties. Thiswas I ,'
,1' some lno
i I done n charged proponents of the prohibition -
just before
t'' the house ad ;
.
I
no protests against the of
passage journed for the day. bills with steam roller tnc-
I the act. tire this
afternoon
The criming them
"We must educate all the children measure provides that each
severely for the manner in which
I j of the suite,"well declared the speaker county empowered In the to state"borrow"is authorized the sum and of they were cutting off debate on the Lower First Cost and Upkeep

1 "negroes alt us the white chill $20,000 measures, especially proposed amend-
l dren. annually from the state on I

,: I J It was further said that the majority application public instruction to bo made of by the boardof ments. I': There is a double economy in the Ford Car that materially
1 such countiesto
1 of the children of the schools nev- Dade City-Local wood plant to be |
,f 1 er passed the grammar grades and the state board of education, and remodeled and converted into I lowers the cost of! motoring for the millions of
'I'I when
the approved by that board to be date up-to'j
.
.".. j/I that measure regard. was most important from paid on warrant drawn by the comptroller milling plant.SEABOARD Ford owners today.

.. \o' Representative Harris, of rinellas, The use on the of the treasurer of the state. TIME TABLEIn I First-a Ford Car Is the lowest priced on the market-the least

; ) spoke ably for the bill, saying that I limited to extending money the is speclfloally expensive car the automotive industry has ever produced.
p r'i I education was fundamental in the public school ( effect May 10 1112''}.)
\ .} terms of the several counties S cond-it less
and
political economy of a state and that and no No. 1 Jacksonville costs to operate maintain. Fuel consump
to
county would be entitled to a loan until Tampa ar- don is low- high from tires.
J 1 a nation's. existence was perpetuated rives at Starke 11:11 you get mileage Repairs and replacements
: m.
I' in ratio to the proportion of .educational the after full amount showing for that school it is assessing No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville p. arrives are Infreq Bent; and charges, even for the labor .

; facilities afforded. He considered law purpose.preacrlbt'd at Starke 5:23: a. m. involved are small.
by
.
U. and- an it ignorant was therefore boy or girl our a duty liability to"trancpose The "loans" are to be repaid with No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives The Ford Weekly Purchase Plan makes it possible for
at Starke
11.02:
I ,,. :.I art'" this liability into an as in ten, evidenced years from by the notes date or of time execution warrants No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville a. m. ar- j anyone to buy a Ford on the easiest of terms. You may

of the boards of rives at Starke 4.23: p. m. for Ford of
1, J The speaker said he would like to'kl public instruction I I pay your out your regular earnings. Ask

gee the provisions of the_ bill extend- interest of the at the_several.n _rntu_._ counties"../_ I "D..,. .MM bearing v,,. _......_.. arrives No. 20 at Cedar Starke Key 0:0d to a. Jacksonville m. any authorized Ford dealer about the details of this planor
t
ea to and through the high
school
.
grades. He had no children in school annum. It m provided such loans shall I No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key write us direct, using this coupon.
be repaid out of the county school arrives at Starke 5:00: p. m.
and while his
able to purchase grandchildren their books might hisnelghbor's be funds, and when returned to the state No. 101 Starke Wanr.ee leaves Ranotoot $:l60. Touring Car t390. Coup. 9620. Tudor Sedan $$80

the treasurer, shall be converted into the Starke 7:40: a. m. Alt prKM f. a. 6. Dttnil. On open cart denounubl rim and stuwr .n $85 extra
across street .
t I I the rural districts might not! or bo out and in general fund of the state. (Daily except Sunday) ................................................................................................................

be was for affording, them the means that The has bill been is. In line with a sentiment .1 No. 102 Wannee to Start arrivesat i Ford Motor Company Dept. N-5 Detroit, Mich. j
growing ever since the Starke 3:15 m.
of p.
instruction in the I
Mr Harris said he common felt sure schools.the legislature convened, to the effect (Daily except Sunday) i; automobile Pl...e mall m. full pwticul. ...1I.rdlne your ...r plan for owning an i J.

peopleof moans of the state of Florida that there ought to be some immediate No. 7. Jacksonville to St. Petersburg -

would welcome the opportunity of way of aiding the poorer countiesof (Orange Blossom Special, !) due = Nam. ser..s j

contributing the tax provided in the school the state in the extension of their at Starke 2:16 p. m. i
term Town I

schools.bill towards The solution furthering of the the state's negro In this connection, it has been stated Beach No. 103 arrives Jacksonville at Starke to 10:15 West a.Palm m., ..................................................................Stala..........,.................................,
by some of the best
problem he thought, was giving an ties of the state legal authori stops for passengers for points between -
education In the common school that even without Coleman
and West Palm Beach
the guise of l -
grades. They would make better has a "loan" the legislature No. 101 West Palm Beach to Jack >t"cr'6
t chauffers! authority to appropriate -c1ftJA
better money
I carpenters or serI direct sonville at Starke 6:17 f6
better from the general fund not arrives : p. m, Detroit
vents or anything we might for
stops Jacksonville
otherwise and beyond
desire to employ them for and that' appropriated, it being contended ,
.
while ninety per cent of the taxes that :Sections 6, 7, 8 and 0 or ,i I'n Article I 12:! of the T. J. GRIFFIN
perhaps more were paid by the white constitution inspecifying I Agent. SEE THE NEAREST AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
people they would what revenue should be
not object to this I'
additional charge for the benefit of applied to the maintenance of the
fir' E Jl. "I schools da not preclude the legisla- '
appeal to you therefore, fellow -
':. members of this house, to PMS this for lure this making additional appropriations 666 FORDOR SEDAN
purpso The
measure. argument of
Representative Phillips spoke for these people being that the framersof 1 .. ...."puo. I.. $
the I /
the bill and read statistics showing, sections mentioned were mere. Malaria. Chills and Fever 66O
:( that in Texas where books are fur- ly fixing, unalterably. a minimum Dengue or Bilious Fever

:,; fund the schooli ihnitM n _._ k._._... II kill u.. .,.....
There being no i, Q A Awls
,V TONICOrove' express inhibition <
I for additional/ To Stop
appropriations the a Cough: Quick
\
Tasteless
chill Tonic restores legislature could therefore ''lake
Energy: and Vitality by provide HAYES' 1IEVUNG=' HONEY a
Purifying and additional '
money out of surplus cough medicine which stops the cough hy
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its fund healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.

strengthening, invigorating effect/ see bow At any rate this is the belief of I A !box cf GROVE'S O-PF.N: -TRATE:
It brings color to the cheeks. and how some of the best lawyers and to meet SALVE for Chest Colds. Heart Colds and

It Improves the appetite, you will then any possible objection: as to the lawmaking Croup i is, enclosed with every bottle of
appreciate its true tonic value. I' body's making such H\CS HEALING HU.NEY. The salve
appro-
'.' should be rubbed on the chest and throatof
;. ,, Grove's Tasteless cbUl Tonic Is tunply Donation, the money is to be paid out children from ] 65 -
suffering
,
a Cold or Croup.
' _
i Iron and Quinine suspended I In syrup. So m the form of a loan to b. repaid ;''' Th.Hcalfall effect of H.yn Kr.lUU Hon,' InklellMlanMloamblaolvith I
flw-t even children like) It The blood j I within tn years from the school .. lh. healtau rum tt ;
rued ijLiMNE: funds < nw brae Trar !'oI!'v* irenAh the. patee.0'
to Pur" it and IRON to ... thin....uop a ciKiAlL.
Enrich it IVstroys Malarial germs and It i i. ". ", ":. 1 h,'l/vt 'I. h ,re\ 'r. Both rmdU. .re _....,] In gas jartoo tad the
GrIp germs by us S.lengthening.: ln\U I rating I' ". "' .' ., -. d.-t 0 "ouw.f CM, cunbtoeii tr..rmBt i n 5'< I Ir

I Effect bX( .. .11 ,ll'pr'I'rlst..". provided i I the .tateJ HEAIJNlj Just ask HO.Nrv your: : druggist far HAYES' :-- = :: =" ..r.i _






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FRIDAY. MAY 22, 192:>. BRADFORD COUNTY TBLB GRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
PAGE THREE
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-1 i -' HOW'S THIS? I form a covering for a 380-acre farm. I all plate glass required for Ford-ear

New of Florida in Short ITM.I.'S CAT \ I"" MKDIOVR! will Closed cars, which are constantly production.Fort .
Paragraph tG14A'Aw/ /a2 what we claim for It-rlrt | increasing in popularity, took by far
of Catarrh caused
MM* %HMF WMPII.HBP1-_... .... or Deafness by Plorco
m Ma s- mUMMMtJ lgl-i*ti f'ntnrrhII i the larger: percentage: of the glass. -Plans under way tort'ol1struction

...1.1.5 CAT4HII11 MrmOTVK con- I I Only sightly more than 4,650,000 of 100 miles of roads.
.I. .
of an Ointmonl I
Live State News j Kcllovtia the ckUirrhul, Inflammation.uhli'h UuU.li anS: square feet went to make windshieldsfor through main producing sections of
: t'!to Interact!
i MwUrtno. ,
L a Tonic. which
-. rtn through the Blond on tho Murntia the touring cars and runabouts. St. Lucie county; estimated cost $li.-

Murfacei.tions.Bolit. thus restoring normal, condi Ford glass plants are now making : :aas.ooo.: ;

Told by Our Exchange by druRRUts! for over 40( "
>p. J. Chane* to O,.. Toledo. oh'i .

SPIRINSay '-..>luxieii'l i'f buying/ new ono,'

;where she has been attending school. I !'iu' ':, v .1 i. H nv' one." i.

I Live Oak Suwannee county's I Plant City-E. P. Martin, local attorney We are sorry to report that Mr. This WeJ

\ watermelon crop will bring between I and former county solicitor "Bayer Aspirin" Bill Turner is ill at this writing II Everybody; knows that prosperity -

$CU nnd $100 an acre nnd there are was seized by unidentified men and Vance Russ and son, of Brooker, CIRCULATION for all clux>o.< depends on "
: of If
approximately 2,500 acres planted according given a severe flogging, officials reported were visitors here Sunday. money. nn-
ture t
to rtport.a I INSIST! Unless you see then decided to save up water and
Martin told them. Mr. Martin
keep It all\ in the ocean instead. ofHfiiltiMMiir

Ocalu-W. C. Hey has purchased they said passed through here e "Bayer Cross" on tablets you SAMPSON: CITY |I It around! in rain crop t ,

from the Taylor interests 1,370 acres, 'I route to Tampa, where, it was laid are not getting the genuine X" woul'' n't bo K"'''i.! Money spent +l,

situated on the Silver Springs road he would enter a hospital for treat Dayer Aspirin proved safe by Sampson City, May 22.-Rev. Cros- Is to IHI-.IHC-I \\hut rain is to

ment. lIe gave no reason for the by, of Sturkc, tilled his regular crupv. ;
with three miles of frontage on the millions and appointment
prescribed by
physicians -
; flogging, it was reported. This is thei hero Saturday night and
Ocula-Daytona highway. It is understood Ono
nn-ichiuit
second time Mr. for 24 angry PUffjrostsJ"To
i Martin has been
years. Sunday, ,delivering interesting sermons -
that the consideration was over I By Arthur Brisbane ,eel an <>x.iiiit>'e in economy
100000. whipped, the first occurrence being Accept only a toI large congregation.Mr. / ., Iho brat plan i Ic not to luur ;,111

I several months ago. s e.--- und Mrs." C. A. Johns and little -- poI, straw but reulockoil nin, .,.l-!

Tallahassee-The tick eradication Gainesville Bayer package: son, C. A. Jr., visited his sister, OKEECHOBEE AND CATFi : !. M-iti'-o' Hut.:. It would \In-, I tt.r r
-Charges preferred
forces won their battle in the senate by Mrs C. 11. Drown, here recently. Mr. ti. lay up| the MnjlK \\'r. t t'o' >.\
Representative' Getzen of WHERE CONONRS GETS; RICH.
Sumter
I :: .i' i'i-nur' > bout Mirli
pen i
Wednesday afternoon when the upper which contains proven directions and Mrs. Johns were once residentsof | inin..1 t.,
county of misconduct by a member of ::', -r \. Inn-' Lini.. 'i
houhc .1 ii i nor (: ueve f tt
voted seventeen to thirteen to the I Handy "Haver" boxes of 12 tablet.* our town but now are in Jacksonville FALSE ECONOMY.
and
I faculty by students of the ] i I al! I, dad 'a. '' enough on\ cu.il l {
write into the general appropriation University of Florida I Also bottles of 24 and 100--DruggistsAff to buy "
I were declared I LUCKY JAPANESE BASY.OKKKCHOHKK : 100,000 nc."lI'IIW hilts i
bills funds to carry on the work during unwarranted and |>lrln !. die lrn,>u- mark or near Manufacture Mr. and Mrs. Miram Wynn and .
not supported by the -_ -.---.---- .
of UuuvaovticaciavHtvr of.
the BiUUjrllcaeliS --- -
next two years.TampaManufacture. I children, of Graham attended! church
,
faculty and evidence in u resolution bore s' : CITY In the President CiMilldiro! does not

of cigars by adopted here by the State Board of 81 ASSESSORS REPOlffT.tX I Mrs.Sunday.L. newest Florida city Two years reconiiueml (""Ii-h dunuwny, but
Morgan and children of
Control. A of the : wino' Afur the
resolution Mny-
local factories during the month of copy was ucunoiny.
I RAISE COMINGAsresements : : Brooker, spent a few days here last a'o men, were there catching a few
lluwor the IN rich
April fell short of the number transmitted to Gov. John W. Martin, ( country rmiuffh ,
manu- I week of her sister Mrs. W. catfish. Now it i i8 bourn town
factured during the month of !March. I chairman of the State Board of Edu Will lie Increased in guests H. a to let the President enjoy the
cation.( :Smith. thanks to S. Davies Wnrficld! president fresh air, and Is iliad to give him
joternor'n
The internal revenue office reported35b79S50 I I I RexponMV ti> Equalization I Mrs. Lester" Kite and daughter/ and of the Soubcrd Air Line, who whatever ha.can wisely use.
; Appeal.
cigars made during April I Bradenton-Whlle-at work on the Miss Mamie Hall motored to Starke Ai regards spending, the wise
from which a revenue was collected'' road I iifternoon.E. j ran bl.l new strolght-OH-un-arrow inun' plan is to buy what he l
county near Purrish W. Richardson Tallahassee 13.-Assessors of Tuesday .
,
totaling $136,9,75.08.Crestview railroad across Florida to Palm needs when he noels It, rometn p'
I I sixty-six years old, was injured sixty-one of the sixty-three: countiesin D. Jones who in employed with .
Beach with a station at this point. boring! that a good appearance( i III
-Twenty acres of the when part of an immense stump the state have reported to Gov. the S. A. L. railway visited his moth Now hake Okeechubee ik wise investment, and I that there

40-acre tract of land recently purchased which was being blasted with dyna- 'j I Martin that tax assessments in their er, Mrs. S. E. Jones, here last week. yields one is nothing more costly than

by A. E. Deise, who came here I mite fell upon him, crushing his left counties this year would be increased Mr. and Mrs. Curl Wynn and children | million dollars! worth of catfish a t'ALSK: LX'ONOMY.

from Chicago, have been set out in side lIe was rushed to the Larrabee in response to the governor's ap- of Lake Butler attended church year, Most of It shipped to Kansas

blueberries and the trees already Hospital here in an automobile by peal made at a conference in Jack- here Sunday. I I City and l St. Louis!> where catfish Japan's Prince Regent! Iltro IT//.
several of the Mr. and, Mrs. A. K. Smith and are appreciated as they should l be. to; tells tho empire that his wifeexpects
show quite a fruitage. Mr. Deise Relieves 'I working crew. He sustained sonville several weeks ago for an ('hil'l Tourists honking by the thou- ..,
two fractures of the left dren, of Hawthorne visited relatives como an heir The 1'rliicom cd.- f
IeI of the
Florida soil and equalization tax burden.
climate is
excellent sands! and, W. J. Comiers, who owns eels all ciiKufroments. She will (i 1'I, I ..a
for the cultivation of this two of the left arm, one of the left I Similar reports are expected by and friends" here Saturday | tho Buffalo Courl, and( nest of the vote her time, before and after, to

crop. shoulder and there are internal in- I I the governor from the two remaining Sirs C. K. Brown and son, Odus 1 land around l here, is getting richer that new little ""on-ur ilonirl I t.'I'1 t 1

I juries. At the Hospital it was said counties he stated. One of these spent the week-end at New River ,I' than ever. of Ilcavcn' and I "ill think liersslf t.

Tallahassee senate bill prohibiting that he would recover unless compli- counties is among! the wealthiest in guests of her mother, Mrs Bell Johns. well rewarded for all her euro .\.-, :1

I attorneys from practicing in cations set in. The man had gotten Florida while the other is a small Mr. and Mrs. Jim Varnes and children You will be Interested in thli latest when the baby smiles lit her Nona () 'i

\ courts while their fathers are Presiding about 103; yeards away from the big county. He did not name cither how- of Starke, were guests Sundayof boom land even out of .season. will persuade her that "in justico ,

as judge was adopted by the house I stump. !Mr. end Mrs. M. Varnes. Also in the l poor young .<;. .mlnnlotill to your( own health, and leaks: *, ;( "
I
ever.Governor J. G. linn wife burled beside the railroad my dear, you n.; .'.t not TIltNK\ ot
65 to 20. Objections to the bill wan Martin expressed: hill Wynn and :Mr. Thompson, af +.
track and In O. 1' Lnmersontho
tho barAnil! she|
won'tbn
made on the grounds that it was only I directors deepest appreciation of the spirit the Gainesville, were visitors here Sun- I, ferryman leaving Florida with nursing niiioltinK' cltt i..tI"" in bed three ";.,

aimed at one circuit judge in the county ollicals, have shown in cooperating day. his two eons for Columbia, South days after it i 1. 'burn.
Pensneoln circuit but was overcome |I Commerce !have adopted the report of with him toward bringing Mrs Lester Kite and daughterand America, because land hero It too .

by supporters of the measure. i I the advertising committee which was about an equalization in taxes. It !Miss" ("loo Thomas were visitorsto ear. In If y-u raise y cur hand' .'

I appointed to make a survey of the I is by this method he hopes to distribute Starke Thursday | When you come to Florida. take to a litho di I II I, frownlnjCi und ,!

Pensacola-Jasper R. Kirk, a pri- I publicity needs of the city. The re- thu tax burdens of the state. T. Lynk Williams spent a few the Seaboard Air Line, wave time thrcutehi..r., lie child! will laugh/ tti I

vate in the United States Marine\ I I port proposes that a fund of $20,000 I equally among all of the state's citi '. dnys last week in Hawthorne guestof I and l sea the western part of Florida knowiii',:;' tl.-it: : you pretend No "

Corps and attached to the naval air I be raised for the advertising of the j I zens. !Mr. and !Mrs. A. K. Smith. I as well us the north and south one the re ever strikes n child. .:. '

elation here, was indicted by a federal I city to the state and the outside I' Persons familiar with the tax affairs -'I.'I.I Hiram K Jones und .K. B. McKin- : and the cast! coast. Travel over That's ono zr.tson why the Japan- I if..
I world. I { the high backbone of the peninsula, one fight no well when they do .
grand Jury for murder in connection Newspapers and
j 1 magazines of Florida have expressed the ney were visitors to Starke Saturday which travelers usually mix with sa
fight. The Is
spirit not
with the death recently of a negro would tiling.be the thief of adver- belief that assessments for this year I J. G. Wynn, of Gainesville, and Us wonderful lake region. Also you broken In In/lnn.e/

woman, who was lashed to a tree on would reach as high as $600,000,000, Mrs. Della Thomas. and children were I 'IVB many miles by tho airline

the naval reservation and slashed appointed to make plans for the rais- or $125,000,000 above the figures for I visitors to Earlton Beach Thursday i: iad. and help to Justify! the optl.tic The President hopes, and In. determined 1

with a knife. Date for the trial was ing of the fund. last year. evening. n. .-. courage: of Mr. Wurflvld, ., to cut .100,000,000: moro

not set who has rendered the greatest possible off the nation's tax bill. That i,

Plant City-Chester Clemons, 12, NEW RIVER PLATE GLASS L'SEI) HY I service to this state. comforts the "better clement. At

Miami-The Charles Deering estate son of Henry Clemons of Plant City FORD IN: 1921 \\OULI) I present our very bent element feels I ,i

of 212 acres, located just north was hit and seriously injured by an New River, May 22.-Mrs. C. C. ROOK 380-ACRE/ FARM: Merchant and I others complainthat toward the tax gatherer us the

of Miami, was sold in Chicago for automobile, in which Mr. and Mrs. J. Johns and children, of Starke, spent Mr. Coolldge's preaching and faithful dominick hen feels toward

96,500,000( ( to a Miami corporation C. Firstbrook, of Auburndale, were Sunday here with her brother, N. G. The Ford Motor Company last year I! practicing of economy have hurtbll.lne" the farmer, gathering her egg at,

headed by Hugh M. Anderson and driving. The boy was rushed to the Moody used more than 16,600,000 square [ *, They any 'If' President taut an she lays them, and giving '
Co"'Mir" h<' Is having his her door knob when she
I office of local says / n wants j' '
Roy Wright of this Annonuce- a physician
city. and Mr.
given and Mrs. G. W. Andrews haveas feet of plate glaas: la the production etruw bat of 1922 pressed once to set. '
-
ment of the sale was made in a tele- first aid. The extent of his injuries their guest this week Mrs. Andrews of Ford passenger/ cars, sufTieient to *

gram received here. The price of $30- is not known. The Firstbrooks are be- mother, Mrs. Reddish of Hell- .
COO, an acre is the highest on record ing detained at a local hotel pending bronn Springs -.---- -- ------- -----.----- -----. -_.-- --- -.-- -- -- -- -,-

for Florida acreage for a a large the outcome of the youth's injuries. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hodges of Ral-

tract, St is said.TallahasseeAmong. The accident occurred on the Tampa ford, were visitors here Sunday.

the boulevard just inside the western city Donald Adkins of Daytona, is here I t Buick Loops Globe in Record Run
new
general limits. Firstbrook claims he
was forced visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs J.
bills introduced in the senate off the road in order to escape E. Adkins. ,

last Wednesday was an amendment 'collision with another car. Mesdames Carvell and Casey Atkinson J
by Mr. Overstreet to authorize the I
of Waldo, spent Sunday afternoon
Miami
board of county commissioners of Gene Hawkins, roofing here with friends.

any county to call special elections to contractor, was shot and fatally Miss
wounded and Alphie Hodges of Starke, was seats y 11r
determine the matter of special assessments Ethel Hawkins, his here
of not to exceed ten mills bride of a few hours, was shot and Mr. and Tuesday visiting her parents, + 'A'wiytce w + t
Mrs. W. M. Hodges.Mr. ragraua
each year for the purpose of construc- seriously wounded by A. C. Caldwell,
and Mrs.
ting hard surfaced roads in respective father of the bride. The shooting took : M. F. Wiggins spent "
Sunday in Brooker.G. .
counties. place In Coral Gables Miami.
near
I W.
Sapp and Stafford Crews
friends of the couple said that the
Pensacola-Details of the closingof father shot them because he objected were the first to ship tomatoes from

one of the heaviest timber land to their marriage. Police are searching here this year. Mr. Sapp shipped 16 t' 1 aerwfler>AIJe r, r.. tt

deals in some years were reported for him. Hawkins was shot I crates and Mr. Crews 23 crates.

'''Wednesday from DeFuniuk, when it I through the head and died n_ _Four_ .. uo Yinura_._ of Livingston Russ and Ii. J. McCrnv. '"

was stated that the Walton Land, later in a hospital. The bride, wounded Waldo were. visiting friends here; .- ,

Company had sold to Leon Stern and in three places underwent Opera- Tuesday -..,? .. ..u.rs.w.. I n

associates of Miami and New York, tions in the hospital and it Is said H. T. Parnell made a business trip

60,000 acres of land located in Wol- she will recover.OrlandoSheriff. to Palatka Friday

tlon county on the Freeport road. Mrs. M. F. Wiggins returned to

It in stated that the considerationwas Karel of Orange her home here Tuesday after spend-

in excess of half a million dol- county, was informed here over long ing a few days in Morriston.

lars. distance telephone from Sanford that Mrs. Sam Crews and son, J. E.,

a negro by the name of West was visited her sun, Pierce, at Keystone A

Gainesville-Mildred Green 5-ycar- lynched by a mob at Longwood, about Heights last week. 1 r.A t{ 9S

old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. 18 miles north of here. The telephone Mr. and Mrs C. A. Johns and little D 'e d' WI

Green who reside one mile north of message said that the son, of Jacksonville, and Sirs C.
negro
Gainesville on the Dixie highway wanted for criminal assault was Brown and son, of Sampson, weru
was struck and upon a visiting :Mrs. }jell
probably fatally injured young woman of Sanford, said to Johns this week.
by an automobile said to have have been committed about two weeks We arc glad to report that Clarence;

been going at a rapid rate of speed. ago. A group of Sanford it Adkins is IIbl"I to return home.C. !
men, was I I
When the accident occurred the driver said, had ben looking for West, who C. Johns and Henry Rivers, of

of the car is said to have switched had been missing ever since the crime Starke, spent Sunday here. i

of hill light to avoid having the number was committed. The mob Miss Jewell Wiggins' has returnedto
was reported
of the machine taken, and to have her home here from Alachua
to have caught West, performed a The lit,",,. Illmuutl h"wi iti- r 'ate mkcu liy the "", uool the world" Dulck. Th lower left photograph ihowiKcnilwtjnh
Increased
speed to the capacity of the serious operation upon him, hung - -- ----- Cantle, Warwick' Bnglonil: in the ba"-k" |
car. him In a tree and riddled his body In front uf the Pens office .jf the New. V">rk Herald. The car In being driven fay dealer r.presen'.II" It will
with bullets. Imve had 330 different drivers when It < "mpl.... Its worM tour In New York.A .
Dade City-While lightning may

never strike twice in the same placeIt -
Tallahassee. Senate WRi6LEYS flulck car. whlrh is no proof that deputy sheriffs judiciary -.ral'lud from New Vork ('It) list nmliy! lino In the factory nt Kllnl being nothing more than a earl
will. This was illustrated when Deputy committee "B" reported unfavorably r<, r. mbar to he driven from one Ml'h.. It warn equipped with four track atrwn with lara boulder
Sheriffs Ber"tiard :: on Senator Cob on's bill which would I'nhk dealer t" another In u trip\ pure tlroM and a hovnl. Hupplmentary *- In the run over the Lebanon Moun'
Carl C. Walker and. HI "und tho world, m nearing the cud. tank, on the running lams' the oar elimb, d to a height of
< Hudson captured and brought to have provided for an additional judicial -I 1 Hi long journey. board provide nil. gasoline an'l morn' than a mile After .pendlnivthn
Dade City a 600-gallon capacity district to be formed out of the "after every meat Th.' car a'standnrd. Bl. Touring water for this long rum ov..r deserts. night. at Dumaifim.' the 04'.mile
cop i and other '
retflona.After
untnjiaulted run to liawdad waR made at ar
per moonshine still which foundin territory of the eighth district. Sena- m. :Oil I l U utrlctly ;"on 1 Its rhani"; beM of 35 mil an "
was Pa"61r//"- encvuraGf Vifchildren uiuirc'impiinicd; hy m" or Using boxed and lent to New erase Speed nn hour.
a swamp in the St. Joseph neighborhood tor Russell's bill which provided for to cart for /"/,.tenthGive / '[ ,.nl, driver t then It ,,'" n will Turk 'City It wan shipped across the The Mesopotamian' ..tlltrlbutoutl t i
within 200 yard of the an additional judge for the eighth district -", i Vurk 'ltv machine. Atlantic to Liverpool I. whom III land >olt the llulek at liandit'l and drove
spot
liven h",1! ) liv approxlmat journey started on tNM-umber 31. It to Haara nn the I'urelan KUlf
where two big stills were found threeor was approved with the amend- them WHgleyfc. innTurent d !vars.1'lu 1924. Th. car was pumil l fr>,mdo"l..r from whsnr It was cent to )Itotn I
four weeks ment that the judge should reside in It remove food particles to dealer onroute to London.It bay InI', '... From there Ii wan driven t
ago.COFFINS Innt llfni-u!' leg of the trip
Alachua The from the teeth. then .ru shipped from London over indifferent trall-ruad. across
county. eighth districtis Strengthen 1 4 I Ifn ..In I..t. composed of Putnam the um. Combats acid i I. 'luentloneM'* roud arose the to AmitMrdum. With fr.-uent India to Agra und dually Calcutta.
Flagler mouth. 'mint of Aimtralln. The ear I I. changes t f driver It pnaiKid wouththnuirh It the went to Ceylon where the
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& CASKETS Levy, Alachua, Union, Bradford and v. reroute t.. Now Zealand, ant I BurupeUHlnu, Itru.a.I !Is riiilck distributor, drove It for thre r
Baker counties. Refreshing and beneficial: I .n ,',I..lu..rr..m whence It will h* and Harts and finally retrhlnv thMediterranean 'Inn bofurii sending It to Perth on
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I i ni"%<1 to Han Frnn'-luro and drivenp at Uuriolll, Franc. the Southwest count of Australia,
And a Full Line of GEORGIA-FLORIDA ., f .* the United Htuie through 00' On January 20. plamd on a : whore It arrived April I. The dope t
Undtrtaktrm' PECAN It and 1 Flint to New York I ntfamitr hound l: ;,ill''t.: Bald Kwypt.: art waste of .ulh..rn Australia b**
SmpptietAUTOMOBILE GROWERS TO :MEET JUNE I! ... tween. Perth and Adelaldn. $ ,
I SEALED The trip around the world wnfaired Vt'im Sore It WaS drlv.-n uth to wan re* /
I/ I Cairo. 'I'h"T the rout swung """..t Karded. a* tho mel dlftU'Ult i part of
to demonHtrat that a1
HEARSE Fitzgerald Ga.-The annual convention TJOIIT t irk', will travl to the remofe ror- of HUF>." where the real test b..Kan.Tbrouh the trip. Tho' dlntitnu- e .methlni'
I's.L.tIns l I more tnan hnlfwuv thu unltod '
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and the Albllralcountry acroflu
Always on hand. The best ler- | II of the Georgia-Florida. Pecan KEPT I F., i i," of I the earth and that on such the oar proceeded to ilnlrut.1 IOn I' !State! This long atrrtch of bad

YiC4 at the lowest prices Spe- |: Growers Association! will be held in Rforrr > 'nirpay!. It faclI I I.II always I.*. aafeiriiardedirvlc I' Damaacua. .. ".and B Hairdad, It l left arr'irnpanv'there for Kolni* wastWas" *m'Kotlated nhifrter )"aurwairully.a ...rn.'v from. I

cltl attention to telegraph or- | this city on June 4 and 5, it has been rh* Klob-nrlrrln! ear hall made Inx one of the desert ronvoyi of (hoNairn .\oat.st. to )f..lhn'lrn.'. near the
ders. Registered Embalmer. announced by A. C. Snedeker, of trip without falterlnir.. Driven Transport Company which "nil "I tho. untlri'-nt., Th*
'car elm." -. driven b. and
Incidentally ".u Dulck In It del-i was AiMiry
Waycross. president of the associa fr n dealer. to dotter. by d.alere' .rt not.; I( then r., "% 'ln.v from which' ', point U
tion. r"j" e* ntntlve, onU It has demontri was >h iprvl r.. NVv.; S5.ul.inl.After ,, .
DeWITT C. JONES ., .. The Syrian 4e..rt wan r'roiiftodwithout
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be marketing problems and the handling Culrk'll ability" wlthillandih dutifully The llulek, dl.trlhutnr ,.- ",npl"iinn of the alai, ,.
If W s "'R".h.n STARKE. FLA of the RIMr! .. )Jniirn<-v la planned to J>r..rv.
pests. announcement ilrlvi-re of varlou nattonalltle, ldii of ties rounlrv travermd. | .'.ir a* an object of blaturlcal In- ,
says ..!..! degrees. of iklll. I In tile fallowing letter c"rpt.: j I| tereitL. ,




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. ,\ 1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 22, 192:;,
111\ : t .' \r.E: FOIJK -
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",' /)1! relatives and friends. | "Baby Farm" Head | I church last Sunday. hla own right and aa Leiiatve or Dee i..., of
Mrs. P. M. Geiger and Clyde Hail Louise Charlotte Clansman and of Louise.
In
Miss Hutto formerly resided Ulanunann deceased late of Bradford
Coleman where she was popular with were business visitors to Melrose County Florida, the Shire At Law, DevUee
; : ando.l"n... of Hedwfir Drolahatran wife
Tuesday. of
wt a wide circle of friends, but for the Gujta\e Drolnhairan. both deceased. late of
1 In-.Jo... past two years has made her home in DAYS Bradford County, Florida. : Sophia. Clansman -
,. t I STATE HALF COST Max Bach and Nicholas Uauh If In
.'1 Starke. She is skilled in the culinaryand OF SWINE INOCULATION life, and if dead then their reapeetlve heir
'Ii. home-making arts, and Mr. Hall At Law. DevUeva and Aulitna, Warren P.
Ward If In life, and If dead then hi. Hire
in to be congratulated on securing Gainesville, May! 17.-Fred L. At Law DevUcCH and Assigns, Thomas W.

; such a life companion. Mr. Hall H a Craft, county agent, is in receipt of a Fielding. If in life, and If dead then his
rind. IOJ .
IMioue.s 2O Ilitlra At Law. Dt vUif and A..hrna11
of the We'c'rn letter from .
1. trusted employee Dr. J. V. Knapp, state Other ( ....on.. Firm. and Corporation
Union Telegraph Company, and at 'veterinarian, stating that the same claiming by through. and under any on. or
is located in Coleman, but hn service of mono of said defendant named herein-above.
present Inoculating hogs in Ala- ,
the land or any of them described in this
: j I. YOUNG MAFKONS CLLII; ; I dames A. Z. Adkins, L. A. Davis J. home was originally in Wauchula I chua county against cholera would Bill of Complaint, and the Whol. World

'A II. Ritch, II. M. Snyder, E. K. Perryman where he lived with his parents, Mr be had this year as was given in 1921.& who to may the claim lands any described right title In or thl.Interest Bill of inanl
I j x' :Mrs.: [ Vivian Sanders was hostess to C. 1". Starnes J. W. White J. II. Hall.
and Mrs. Dr. J. K. Jones of Gainesville and complaint herein duacribed aa follow : Situate -

,11)II. .. the Young Matrons Club Tuesday afternoon Misses Amelia and Olive Ray, and After the reception Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Bagwell, of Alachua, have been Florida. lying, and and being bring part In of Bradford Section 23,County Town
at Keystone
1 I at her upartments Mm. L. A. Davis, Sr., of Fernandina.I Hall left on the six o'clock train for a named by the state veterinarian to do ship A. Range. 12 and more particularly de
1. heights j aeribed aa lute No. 8 and No. 4. In Block
11 the No.
work for
weeks' wedding trip.A the
two it is
county and
A delightful afternoon was spent LotS AUKINS' 18, of the Town of Lawtey, Bradford Coun
!I number of Starke people witnosn- hoped that hog raisers will take ad. ty. Florida, aeenrdlnir. to Plat of laid town
. 'I with bridge, and at the close of> the ItlRTIIDAY PARTY
of this recorded! In tho I'ublle Record of Bradford
.J 1 the hostess nerved pineapple ed this pretty wedding ceremony, and vantage opportunity of having County Florida,
game Little Miss Lois Adkio celebratedher also the following out of town per- r their hogs inoculated.It Are hereby notified and .required, each and

.f x, salad The, nullifies Starke members and Iced of tea.this popular eighth birthday anniversary Friday sons: A. M. Browder and C. A. But- oat is understood from !Mr. Craft all the of you.abo\e to entitled appear to cause the on Bill the Of 3rd Complaintin day of

club formed an automobile party afternoon by giving a lovely ler, of Coleman; Capt. S. A. Bryan, of that the state pays one-half of the August A. D. lYU : and. each of you shall In
i number of her friends who Mr. cost of the work to due coune and an prescribed by law In
party to a Baldwin; Miss Pearl Reddish up 1500 cubic
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[ and drovo. to Keystone Heights. Helen G Is n-Volk i is under arrest Much cane, aet-up and define whatever elalmof
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t ; each presented her a gift in honor of Seals, Miss Louise Mott and Mr. An- and N. Y. City authorities are centimeters of serum used. right title or Interval. which you and
: the of Jacksonville. inch of you may lay and claim to the above
day. derson all
CLEANING' AT CROSBY Investigating the deaths of a 23
"ENGLISH' ANATOMY"At described two iota of land and any and all
t CEMETERY THURSDAY MAY28 In a peanut contest little Miss. babies in 17 months'at her "baby portion thereof.. And that certain newapa-
: Louise Snyder found the most peanuts CIRCLE MEETING farm" It Is charged babies left a high school} examination In py published I 'in Starke. Bradford County:

, There will be an all day working and as a prize was given a fan; MONDAY AFTERNOONThe there wen starved and brutally England, the following definition was Telettraph Florida, known ia hereby and called designated Bradford. .. I the County new*.

< and cleaning at Crosby Cemetery the guests also enjoyed many merry treated. given to Anatomy: "Anatomy Is the paper in which this notice shall be published

I Thursday, May 28. Everybody'; invited game on the lawn. circle meeting of the Baptist human body, which consists of three once a 2 week lit day for of S May eonaeeutlve IIUI. Witnea wecka.Ihia my official

I ,. to come with well Illicit baskets Miss Ethel Griffin and Miss Sara missionary society was held Monday parts-the head, the chist and the hand and teal.

if; .I I, and prepared to work all day. Tho MalpiiH assisted :Mrs. Adkins in looking afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sarah HAMPTON stummick. The head contains the
1 committee will appreciate it If those after the pleasure of the children. Jo' llamrick, the hostestes for the eyes and the brains, if any; the chlst County Florida.J. .

who can not coma will send a hired At the close of the afternoon the afternoon being Mesdames F. B. Hampton, May 22.-Miss Hilda contains the lungs and a. piece of .Attorney D. SPARKS 522781.NOTICE .

,_ t. band to help with the work. Horses children gathered around a large Johns. S. F. llamrick and her daughter Durden, who has been the guest other liver; the stummick is devoted to the '
feast of ice Mrs. J. C. Rampley. of Avon brother Herbert in Tampa, returned bowels : OF GUARDIAN SALE
; and wagons, also tools will be needed. table and had a birthday of which there are five-a, e, ]
The committee from the local U. 0. ; cream, cake and candy. Park. home last Monday. I, o and u and sometimes w and y." Thirty day after date hereof On ....-.wltI
I. C: chapter in charge of the work are The favors were small dolls\ dress Mm.[ J. J. Bullen, circle leader, con- Mrs. C. H. Priest returned to her Baltimore Health Newa.ClermontConstructton. the 22nd Day of June 1939 I theUnderaiirned

1 Jlrs. S. E. Brownlee, chairman, Mrs ed in fancy costumes. ducted the devotional service and home last Sunday after a visit with I Groover, Martha aa 0"Guardian"" "... Joshua for Groover Prink*

w L. A. Davis and Mrs. W. L. Wall. The out of town guests word Stella talked along the line of home train- friends and relatives In Tampa. I of twelve Amy Groover and Non Groover, Minor
heir of J. K. Groover Deceased., will
Barrett and Margaret Adkins, of nil for children, especially stressing Rev. Taylor preached at the I new dwellings under way at present apply to the Honorable Geo. A. Gardiner.
MRS. COX ENTEUrAINEU Gainesville.U. religious training. Mrs. Rampley Christian church last Sunday morn- time. I County Jurt.e of Bradford County Florida.
PI LATHE A CLASS read, an interesting article showing ing and evening. i I For an Order to sell at private ale a. One-
r Eleventh undivided interest each of said
I ,, D. C. MEETINGThe the inbuence of Christian home. After -
\ a visited NOTICE Minor In and to the following describedLand.
Cox charmingly/ entertained R. L. Birt and family
I Mrs.:: [ S. M. of the business *, to-wlt:
', I the Philathea Class of the local U. D. C. Chapter was entertained disposing regular and friends and relatives at Brooker last IV THE CIRCUIT COURT IV AND; FOrt East half of southwest quarter, except
of the circle the ladies sewed
RR4n"ORD eight acres In northwest corner section 18.I .
afternoon Mrs. COUNTY
Tuesday Tuesday by Sunday.W. FLORIDA. IV
of CHAN.
Baptist church Gainesville ,
South
township Range 20 eaat aeventy
the
embroidered until hostesses (r.KY.
evening at her home on N. Wal- W. L. Wall and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, served C. Hunt and family, of Citra, ELDRIDGE REDDISH Complainant.BRYANT I t I two acre.7in or Ira, said landa" lying and
1 delicious chicken salad, saltines, : Hunt'su"cle .. being In Bradford County. Florida
at Mrs. Wall's hospitable home on spent the week-end with Mr.
nut street. ,
1 olives and iced tea. H 'OVRGAVUS. I I Thla -M.I Day of May 1526.MARY .
Miss[ Kaffle Wilson, of Gainesville, Cherry street The living room was P. B. Hunt. wont and Individually. If In! llf ru. 1, K." GROOVER.
f assisted !Mrs. Cox in looking after the bright with a quantity of nasturtiums -i HEK Mr. and :Mrs. McKeever left Monday and if dnd then hi. HEIRS AT I I i 8-22-Bt-6.il! Guardian.
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and daisies in bowls for Wauchula where they will LAW DEVISEES: : : AND AS.1ION8 -
: of her and twenty- arranged
.' pleasure guests, '
I. THE! DEVIOFES: 11FK: I
I I 1 To Cure a Cold in One Day
one members of the Fhilathea Class and vases. (By George Matthew Adams) will spend the summer months. TENANTS AND REMAINDERMFN. I I
the business session it Mr. and :Mrs. F. A. Scott of Starke under the Will of LOUISE { Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Ta-nletsl. Ir
was
enjoyed the pleasant affair. Rook wan During She used to take my hand and we CHARLOTTE OLAN/MAN. ... ]I stop the Cough' and Headache and works off the
played, and later In the evening the planned to clean Crosby Cemetery on would walk all over the little town visited :Mrs.[ Scott's brother, L. J. o<.aNd pmbnted before the i I' Cold. E. W. OKOVtS signature 00 each bo*. 30o

I'' i'' guests enjoyed cake, strawberries Thursday, May 28th, the committeein and she would tell me about that time Wynn last Sunday. of COURT Bradford OF COUNTY County. JtTDOE.Florida:, -

.i j I and whipped cream. charge being Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, when hewas_ a little girl and what Mrs. A. A. Futch, and sister, Mrs. end recorded December. 9th. ,

"i 'I Pink rupee and daisies added to the .chairman Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. she did and the things the thought K. B. Watterson, were called to the Estate"02. In. No.Keirtiter.1. page of ft.wide of laid and NOTICEWe

I I r charm: of the living room. W. L. Wall. about.I bed side of their father, C. A. Bishop, Court Record' : the HEIRS AT I

j'' The hostesses served an elaborate felt very close to her. of South Hill, Va., last Tuesday. 1 !LAW.SIGNS DBVISBFS of: : AND 4*.
LOUISE
f FRIDAY AFTERNOON salad cpurse with iced tea, and daisies As I grew older and learned to do Charley Hunt, of Citra, is spending OR LOUISE CL\7MANN.OT.A7MAM.OR will be in this town Starke,

: l BRIDGE 1 CLL'IJMiss ; were placed on the plates as favors. things about the house and in the this week with his grandmother, 101'ISB LOUISE! OLANSMAVV.CLANSMAN deeeaa.ed. OR. !May 27 Prepared to Make Esti

yard I took new interest in all that Mrs. Frank Hicks.T. formerly of LAWTEY, address
::\ Aileen Alvarez delightfully ANNUAL MEETING OF01IAN'S Brnlfnrd mates. Send us your name and -
I
she did, for it seemed that she never M. Hagan, one of our local County Florida : THE
: entertained the afternoon
Friday \\ CLUB; HEIRS: AT LAW DEVISERS: so we will know where to
I. bridge club at her home on North rested a minute or ever complainedabout merchants, had among his customers AND ASSIGNS' of OUSTAVE :'

"i .1' Walnue street, with the following/ The annaual meeting;; ;; of the Wo- being tired. this week Mrs. John Sullivan, of of ADOLPH GUSTAVE DBOLSHAGAN. and I send estimator.

guests playing bridge: Mesdames J. man's Club of Starke was held Wed- Her spirit followed me to school Waldo.J. In his own right DROLSHAGAN.and M Lexatea 'I i,, REFERENCES FURNISHED

I, 1! !II L. Peek, :S:I. L. Peck, Edward Burns, nesday, May 13th, at 3:30 o'clock, in the first day and then continued until F. Houser, manager of the SouthEastern or IOTTB 0",1._C5LAN7.MAN.. of LOltlSE! CHAR- I'

i; E. M. Johns, N. Sternl'>erg, F. L. the club building, Mrs. J. H. Ritch the school days were overuntilthe Express and agent for the LOUISE GLAN7.MANN. cI.and.... ,Pd.of ON REQUEST f

( Turner, N. D. Wainwright, Herbert presiding.The larger schoolroom was. reached Gulf Refining Company here, went to THR lute of HEIRS Bradford AT eountr Florida. FURNITURE Repairing ReUpholstering -

C. Kitch, W. E. Davis, S. M. Cox, O. annual reports of officers anti and she had kissed me goodbye and Gainesville Monday and purchased an AND ASSIGNS LAW.of HED-DKVISEES :- '

i L. Ueasley and Mills Mable Weller. department chairmen were read, all went away forever leaving me quite up-to-date Hup Coach. :\mTr VELDROLSHAOAY.: .. of 'I I Id.Pd. Made to Order

I'' ./: Mrs. S. L. Peek made high and as showing that steady progress bad alone in a misunderstanding world. Last Thursday evening Mr. and late of Rrmlford Coun both IlefinishinjjIJAHY

a prize received hand-painted score been made in every department of How well I remember her that last I I Mrs. A. A. Durden, Prof C. T. Law- tv. Florida : SOPHIA GLAN7VAN. -

n'I', ,r pads, while Mrs J. L. Peek made low club work. day. If all the gathered and most home Misses: Emma Johnson and HOM.S. MAX BACH.BACH If In AND life, and NIC-If I,I CARRIAGE Relining

I ; and was consoled with a box of staI The club programs throughout the priceless pearls of the world had been Wilma Alexander motored to Gainesville dead then their mpMtlve HEIRS Re-Enameling
tionery. year Save been especially delightful placed about her throat, they could and attended the show. I AT ASSIGNS! LAW WARREN DEVISEES! ': AND
P. SEWING MACHINES AND
WARD.
I The hostess served chicken salad, and instructive each: program being not have enhanced her beauty. Her :n Miles___ -Scott- -- _and m_ Thomas_____m_!_ Martin... nf_>_ If I n IIf.. end If dead. then _his.,
i, I a iced. ten, snltmeH, pickles, sandwiches I, under the direction and in the Inter. shoulders!.! were a little bent from the I I Tampa were visitors here last Sun- HFIRS AND: ASSIGNS!,!TIAW.: THOMAS DEVISEES W. PHONOGRAPHS[ Cleaned repaired -

6 Out in the shape of diamonds, hearts: :, out of some department. Of especial daily toil. But her face always held lay. FtFLDINCl. If In life cod If '
its serenity. The brand. brow full Rev. Hick of his drn.l then hU HFIRS AT LAW
\ and spades. The guests were entertained Interest was the "book-shower" given wa I I Waldo will fill DEVISERS: ': AND ASSIONs! MIRRORS Resilvered Madeto
on the wide, porch, which was by the press and membership departments of furrows, more lovely than the regular appointment here next Sun "d
\I decorated (with roses and ferns.J.PSY combined. The club now owns paths of tho stars. day morning and evening.I FIRMS. AND COKPOfMrWSS.clHimlnir Order
by. through
''I.I about one hundred volumes which And you could feel the rejection of David Jones has moved here this any one or more of defendant or under WE GUARANTEE
< C\JtNH'Ai--- form the beginning of a public libraryfor the gold in her heart when she smil week and is located in his residencein herein above named, the l lands Expert
or any part if them drfferlhed{. Work Prompt Delivery Best
Starke. ed. the southern part of town. S. D.
In Bill of complaint: AND TO
The carnival 1
r gypsy given by theWoman's The treasurer reported a paid up Whatever she did 1, wherever she Wills and family who moved out of TilE WHOLE': WORLD who may Prices Best Grade of Goods

Club last Thursday evening membership of sixty-six, and forty might be, she did l for someone else. the house have comfortably locatedIn claim in and any to said rlaht.lands title In or this Interest.
Bill
was quite a success. Owing to Estimator must
furniture
: associate members, consisting of men. She rover spared herself. If she felt the residence on Main street known of complaint described defend see to
heavy rains. it wad held In the clubtiuilding
I ant. give
i ... The following officers were elected that someone somewhere was hungryshe ast the Kalch residence. prices
instead of on the streets BILL TO QUIET TITLE. ETC
as
4 L Ill) ,nned. for the ensuing year: could not eat. !Miss Maud :Mitchell, one of our I NOTICE WE WILL BRING SAMPLES
I President, Mrs J. H. Ritch. But what a sense of humor she teachers in the public school, left this The defendants." Bryant H. Ourunnus.. a.
scant
The gay colors .of the costumes and Individually, If In life, and If dead PHONE 233
gypsy Vice President, Mrs. L. A. Davis had. What a poet she was. And what week for Starke where she will spend then hla Helm st I.aw. Devisees and anlirns. :
q '; I T lent a gala air to the occasion. Secretary Mrs. E. M. Johns an artist as well as a lover of books. her vacation with friends and attend The nevlaeeo. Life Tenant and Remaindermen
f The Junior Club girls were under the Will of Louise Charlotte. .
especially Glaniman. RELIABLEUPHOLSTERING
; attractive Treasurer Miss Mable Weller. We Rat propped up against the clapboards the teachers training class which deceased. probated. before the Court of
i in their gypsy costumes, of that Title front porch many will open in a few weeks. Cnunty Judge of Rradr.! County Florida.
find their choruses WEUIiSG recorded. December WORKS
j were a special feature HAI.L-HLTTO 'h. 1"J2 In Register of
: ,t I,' l of the evening. and. many an hour, and talked of our Mrs. M. L. Watterson and son, Wills and F...'...... No. 1. pane 9. of said

1 Thb club fund was enriched by A prettey home wedding took place favorite king and queens from every Fredriik, who have been the guests of and Cnurt Asslvn.Records.. of: the Louise Heirs Glaiman.At Law or D..I.Louis.... Shop 1017 N. Grove St.

I! : seventy dollars on this occasion Sunday ufternoon at (Wa o'clock when corner of the world. Mrs. K. E. Hardin, .,f Jacksonville, niaxmann. nr LnuUe Clansman or Louis Gainesville, Florida.
t :Miss| Shclliu Armenia Hutto beeamo That was year ago. I thought of it returned to their home here this r.lnnsmsnn. deceased formerly of Lawtey.
Rradfonl .
county Florida the Heirs
At
f 'rJfo"( J\'rElt I'AltrYSenator the. hride of Mr. Arthur Hurbert Hall, a long time this morning, when upon week. Law.

" tale.marriage taking place at the homeof waking very early I heard the mixed Dr. W. B. Parks of Starke, was a

and Mrs. 1) E. Knight end the- bride's parents Mr. and :Mrs.L. calls of the birds as they seemed tobt' professional visitor here this week.

A tfrtainiM the college girls from Bradford S. Hutto, and the impressive ring practicing for the !Spring Festival. !Mrs J. It. Hodges is the guest of

and Union Counties, also a number ceremony being performed by Rev. I t remembered how she loved, them and her daughter, :Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, of

of friends. at a theater party C. F. StarneH of the Methodist how she told me of their gentle: ways Starke, this week. When
k I Wednesday at the l>MHn Theater. Af- church and how they ministered to happiness Prof. Lawhorne was a business visitor You Think

ter the performance the party enjoyed Calla lilies, daisies and in an uneven world.r'n.mherl'd to Gainesville last Sunday.

., a delicious ice course at tho tea formed the simplfe but effective greenery dec I how delicate her Mrs. W. B. Alexander and daughter -

room. orations in the Jiving room, and the hands were and how beautiful. They Wilma :Miss !Nattaly; Marchlon-

Those invited were Misses Madge wedding party was grouped about an were the hands, however of a worker. ney and Misses\ Flora and Nora Wills ( saving or \

I :Middleton! Blanche and Mona Alder.w arch of greenery and white flowers, I never knew my mother to be idle. attended church at Waldo last Sun- )} safeguarding* (I.J I.
man, Iris Epperson: Isabel Fernandez
finished with white satin ribbon. Thl'rewas so much to do! if $
Henrietta Pudtrrtt, Ruby Drig- day.W. 0 borrowing or i'
The wedding music was furnished E. Carr, postmaster at Key- I \
gore!: Olga Prlester, Thelma and Es. i I by a large vlotrJa, the opening num- When cheese gets stale, grate orgrind stone Heights, was shopping here this l( transmitting I J
.ttlle Parker, Alice Knight, Oma anti it and keep it in a covered jar week.
ber being "O Promise Me" and the
Lula Scarborough, Dr. and Mrs. time-honored ai for ue in seasoning sauces, soups, Cyril Manaire left Sunday for
strains
of :Mendels-
Moore Representative and little and daughter/Mrs. Delene, Rhon's Wedding March pealed forth and scalloped dishes Morrintown[ where he will be engagedin or of other financial needs
Duval and
Paul Ernest little Marie Underhill entered the There is a great bit of reflection the tomato business.Mr. ,
I .-Tallahassee i when [ W. J. :Mullins\ who went alligator !
Democrat. room scattering rose petals in the a flapper stops on the outside -
I" I pathway of the bride. Next- came the tf n shop window that Is filled with hunting on lake Santa Fe last

.MRS BITCH KNTEHTAINEnKKAIUM : : I ring-bearer, :Matter Oliver lIutto, particularly delectable dresses and 1 Monday night, brought home with Think of Our Banka

!" (!' ; CIRCLE brother of the bride, carrying the more alluring mirrors.-Thomasville i him as a witness to his success two

ring in the heart of a Calla lily. The (Ga. Times-Enterprise. If there Is monstrous alligators which averaged
i The reading circle of the Methodist bride and groom enetred together and reflection enough for her to see how 11 feet each. good placeto

missionary society met Monday afternoon while the ceremony was being performed to powder her nose;> that's the secret. I Mrs. A..G. Dyal of Jacksonville, is
at the home of :Mrs. J. II. stood before the flower covered --Times-Union. spending this week with her mother,

liitch, and from four' to six: spent the arch. Mrs I Hester Jones. keep your checking and savings accountsto
time 1...01..5.A..a.a.. I
pleasantly with study and social [ The bride never looked more charming t... t+M fLoss
TH KKESS.VTheressa.
conversation. than in her wedding ensemble I establish and utilize
-- business
,w ..I Three chapters in 'The TaskAhead" I' suit of blue and gray satin charmeuse, of StrengthHOBO I !May 22.-:Mrs. Arthur your credita

} were discussed by the circle, with accessories to match, and carrying !Moorer, of Larkins, is visiting her
with Miss Amelia Ray as leader. a shower qoquct of daisies. The KIDNEY AND BLADDER parents for a few days. ,

i Missionary work in Czechoslovakia, little flower girl. :Marie Underhill, REMEDY: :Mr.[ ('. R. Gilyard and family, of Friendly Bank -

one of the resurrected nations of wore a frock of whit crepe de chine Hastings, have been visiting relativesand

Europe, was reviewed by MUs Olive finished with bows of blue and white High Blood Presure Headaches. friends for a few days and left
Ray Missionary sketches from the ribhon; and the ring-bearer's suit Verdioto and insomnia are symptomsof where
was
Sunday enroute to :Miami, where theyexpt'Ct you are always welcome and business
Voice were given by Mrs. J. W. also of white. kidney trouble. your
to reside for this
I ..White. ., Immediately after the ceremony an The fiver and spleen are sometimes P. H. Neal and wife were season.shopping will; always be appreciated.
During: the social half hour, Miss informal reception was held, and enlarged.A in Hampton Wednesday. I.

.... Clara Louise Peek delighted her Mrs. Hutto assisted by :Mrs. S. R. treatment of Hobo Kidney and Rev. Taylor of Hampton, filled his
' ''t listeners with the piano solo, "1\[.>un- Johns, :Mrs. C. N" Christy and Miss I Bladder Remedy has given many regular appointment at the S
t
tarn Pink Reverie," and Mrs. E. K. Lucile Johns people a new and firmer I
served delicious fruit i grip on life. church Sunday evening and preached LAWTEY STATE
Perryman and Mrs. A. Z. Adktns also punch and pound cake. The large Hobo in sold at your neighborhood a very interesting sermon. I BANK

; rnve several appreciated numbers. angel food wedding cake was decerated - The N.itos' assisted l l hv :Miss Clara with are I
tlii i-i.i /and la-n fern and | HOBO MEDICINE very thankful for the refreshing I Lawtey Florida
COMPANY : .
Louise IVck
served sandwiches and formed
-M table center for
refreshing' ,M,'I'd t,.... I ,';" ." : t" Thi i 1'."., ,i' r I.i'-"l'>f.. of they the Bcaimont Texas very showers badly the needed.past few days which were I: E. S, MATTHEWS Pr id.nl A. L TAYLOR C..hi.r(

'' The members presi'it' were :M>-. .'e c. uplf -"hinvn h
r1Ike was ;: the nu- .t.i.i.!.3.t.9 J+pN+p$44p Rev. B vis, of :Melrose filled his ,i 0<"' gmfflagc''Ba''a' ag"BB ,




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FRIDAY MAY 22. 1923.
BRADFORD
COUNT1
TKLEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
PARR Ftt'tsSnyder's.
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Miss Florence Andrews Is in Lake 1 To ew .o.tl.....i tft. m.dletn.. -- -
Butler visiting Miss Genevieve taut. b. mar tKan pur...,... it TA RITA REDUCING Finder return to Telegraph ,.
Rivers. mi t --.... tame. a1......*. and office and receive liberal reward 1
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BAlhartM ,
W.Tutt'S
Bits of Local .{G tno.r CIRCLES ADD TO B-lB-Zt* ,f '

Mis. J. J. Bullon will leave today Pills FEMININE CHARM; FOR SALE-Four well located- ;bst

ior Norman Park, Ga., to attend the La k-a: lint-\ rat " Information closing exercises of Norman Park 'h_. ..".1101... and .........iI" harm:-** k,ILJ uha no ,'. chaser to make di'ccnt' ,
iiturt. a profitwithin
rmor _:ta tb bv>w.U ob... nat....1 Women who liko
Junior College. Jniptj) luignr" cannot .u few months. W. E. Dough
iul f
.n '"'rnclnt. rrT .
Concerning Our People, Business and Mrs. Cillo: Miner Mr. and Mrs. W. Hampton, Bradford County, to levy 4sruwnt4 '....I.i i. .in 'iirrtlvs. nr>boaut mud*f of il erty. B-lS-tf.

Progres of the County and Town. J.IJ E. Terode, of Lawtey, were visitors and have collected a tux for publicity hnrntRei1' ..".,,ti i I. c- i t r' .-i- FOR SALE-400 acres of land adjoining -
Friday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. 1 or.: 1 iv" mil i>MC,> S' :. ," it*'
purposes. up ,.. ue .ii...0 ctiv.i.' I two improved graded road! t
E. L. Biggs. Aa act to authorize the town coun- ilrr :oJ..,. Spent/II.II') uni:t,,< .i"nillr ,'J one mile northwest of Starke; 70 t
!
J cil of Starke, Bradford County, to wilts t id 1'p 1 i Tien 'urc.Hkiit. head cattle, 2 mules. A. Z. Adklna
WEATHER REPORT Mrs. D. E. Knight and son, Paul, levy and have collected tax for i
I from Young's Store at Starke and a pub- The II v'iscl'nlJ) 1 Spoo-ultioi; Co. Starke. It.

Weather I bank the difference returned Saturday from Tallahassee licity purposes. 52 \V..t :...,bet. :Street Akron 1
Report for week ending where they had! spent the past ten 011.0wannee nw I SAL\-t'Ola'O\!: RICO POTAIUPLANTS I

May 20, 1925. I days. Senator Knight will arrive home Bushnell-Sunlland Estates subdivision $1.00 delivered. Conch I t' -

Date Max. Mln. Miss Amy Moore will go to Jacksonville tomorrow for a week-end visit with to be developed. county Is attributed to the peas, Jr/>.r>0. :Miioll:: Produce Co. Live

Degrees Degrees Sunday to spend two weeks his family. i fact that the land readily assimilates Oak, .'Ia. 6-22-Zt ,
t
May 14 88 69 I with her sister, Mrs. U. B. Alvarez, Dodo City-Pasco; County Tele- water, and !is very similar tJ Unit of "

May 15 86 63 and other relatives. phone Company lets contract for the tobacco belt in the Carolinas. To- FOR SALE-1 :3-burner oil stove, 1 7 }

May 18 87 71 Invitations are being received here construction of new building; systemto I bacco diseases that are prevalent in Kitchen table, Cooking utensils 1

May 17 86 70 Choker beads--All the latest from friends of Miss Ruth Elizabeth be entirely rebuilt. the states further north havo not Breakfast set, 1 Dining room Suite,
May 18 84 70 Poppell, of Plant City, for the comment made their appearance in Florida. 1 Bed suite .1
novelties at Marguerite's Shoppe ourne--Southern Bell Telephone room also odd pieces of
19 exercises of the Plant City High Another advantage, il is pointed
79 out furniture.
May 71 Phone 113-J: or apply this '
May 20 81 68 1 School, !Miss Poppell is a daughter of Company to install up-to-date I js that Suwannee county tobacco is : .office, It*
Total rainfall for week .88 inches. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson have Mr. and !Mrs. J. C. Poppell, former system. ready for market thirty to sixty days 1' f

moved Wilkinson here from Palatka, and Mr. residents of Starke. TOBACCO CROP OUTLOOK ahead of the crop in other section POISON I BEWARE!-Cotton and I ,

H. 1>1. Snyder made a business trip is assistant express GOOD; IN: SUWANNEE:' Last year Georgia produced 80- I and Tobacco Growers; Take Heed:
agent at the 1 S) A. L.
to Jacksonville Monday. : railway depot. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hodges, of Orlando 000.000 pound of bright leaf tobacco. We help you to market both these 4' +

ware here Tuesday visiting 800 Acres Planted in Bright Variety; The shortage, however, In this partic- crops and also can put :you, In t ''t*
Contracts for deeds chattel relatives Soil In County Declared\ as Good ular class of tobacco touch
Mrs, J. C. Hoover returned from mort- and friends. They were accompanied was reported at with the bent sources fur obtaining I
Jacksonville Saturday afternoon.S. gage blanks, option contracts, war- home by Mrs. H. M. Sny- As That in Carolinas. 400,000,000 pounds. I I this cheapest of Crop Insurance '

ranty deeds, retain title notes, tur- der who will visit Mrs. Hodges in Or- I I against bug Write UII
pentine leases, etc., for tale at the lando, and will also visit relatives in Live Oak, May 1U.-Prospects are I SEED PEANUTSN. HARRY NOYKS & CO. Valdm-"
E. Ritch has accepted a positionat in Suwannee t
Telegraph office. DeLand before returning home. very encouraging coun- ta, Georgia. 5-2U-H.::!: :
the City Light and Power Plant. ty thin year for the bright leaf tobacco C. or Florida Runner Seed Peanuts

I James William Brownlee will Ginghams 10 cent a yard at Young's crop, is the consensus of opinionof 1.00 per bushel (Four cents WANTED Listings largo tracta/

Mrs, F. A. Scott returned Saturday spend. the summer in Gainesville Store, Starke.J. growers near Live Oak. per pound) f. o. b. Lowell Fla. acreage paying ten I percent broker-
as
after pending three days in Jack- an employee of C. C. Sparkman & Tobacco grown in Suwannee coun- II. T. HALL COMPANY. ago from owner Give price.*.

sonville. Company, C. Rampley, of Avon Park, came ty last year was the most sought after 1-9-tf. Lowell Fla. terms, locations, binders required, p ,

Wednesday and is a guest at the in the southern states, with the etc, W. A. Hvmlrlx, General d>'livery -

Hazel Adkins is in Jacksonville home of his mother-in-law, Mrs. result that approximately four times Miami, Fin. 6-22-4t I

visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. L. Ed Mrs. R, V. Turner and daughter, Sarah F. Hamrick. !Mr. Rampley will I as much acreage has been devoted to % '
Loyselle, of Sumner are visiting at
wards. be accompanied home by his wife i the top crop this season as was planted
the home of Mrs. Turner's rENT-A-WORD'
parents, in the historic old last
and Mrs Hamrick, and the latter will i county year. Standard Handbook On
Mr. and Mrs. F. B Johns.
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph spend several weeks in Avon Park. Growing of tobacco in this county I FLORIDAA 4
office. has long ago passed the experimental -

The screen's most lovable character Frank stage, as crops for the past sev- book. is being compiled under
: Carpenter, who of
was one
-Mary Pickford in "Rosita," a Spanish the eral years have been as financially the supervision of our organization -
Sateen Slips at $1.45: and recent graduates of the Bradford 4
romance, 15 cents and 30 cents. successful other of which will detail information
as product give
$2.45 at Marguerite's Shoppe.Mr. I Gaiety Theatre, Friday and Saturday.The County Winston-Salem High School, has gone to Florida.It any FOR SALE-Bean Hampers. J. L. on all Florida, county by
N. C. and is employed Harrell, Lawtey, Fla. 6-l-4t
and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., there on the Daily Journal. !Mr. is estimated that 800 acres is county,
program and business meetingof planted in bright leaf tobacco The book, a handsome octavo of
i
and Miss Florence Andrews motoredto Carpenter made a splendid record FOR KENT-Two-story house near p
the Baptist missionary society i throughout Suwannee county this i upward of four hundred ) ,
Jacksonville Monday evening. here as a senior student and will It-pot. $10.00. D. K. Knight. tf pages t y
will meet next Monday afternoon at doubtless] succeed in the work in year, which it Is believed will bring i will contain up-to-date maps of A
I 3:30: at the home of Mrs. F. A. Scott.L. the net profit of $200- each illustrations and
Mrs. W. B. Davis, of Madison, IsI which he is engaged. growers a over WANTED-Tenn. Flat Beans-32 county, ,
000, providing that prices are as fav- general state statistics. It will, !In
the guest of Mrs. J. M. :Mitchell, on I quart Hampers. Any amount J. L,
West Madison street. W. Day and family have moved !Mr.\ and Mrs. W. W. Baisden returned orable as last season. Between 800- Harrell Lawtey, Fla. 51.4t fact, afford D ready reference I
i here from Plant City and are occupy- Wednesday from two weeks 000 and, one million pounds of tobacco guido to anyone seeking authentic, '
ing Mrs. J. C. Rampley's cottage on a will be produced in the county LUI\1UER-See J. S. Austin for unbiased information about the
Friday and Saturday-:Mary Pick- trip to Sarasota Tampn, St. Peters- I
S. Walnut street. during 1925, according to present indications.Suwannee building material at Klngsloy Lake State of Florida. Tho first edition .
and burg and other South
ford in "Rosita. Admission 15 : Florida towns.
While county tobacco is You can get better material for will be !issued in September, 19-!, rand
30 cents. Gaiety Theatre. Mr. Baisden enjoyed the
I Mrs. Dan Wainwright and niece, that trip I more in demand than ever before, and less money than the market price.J. there will be revised Issues in
through section of the state and
Stella Whitley, have gone to West many crops have already been con- S. Austin Starke, Fla. 5-8-4t September of each year. It will 1 t
Mrs. Herbert C. Ritch Mon was surprised at the rapid develop
spent Palm Beach to be with Mr. WainWright tracted. bo sold for $1.00 a copy. '
day in Gainesville with her parents, ment everywhere ho is more firmly ATTENTION LADIES-Have your
who is in business there. The yield last year was among the Requests are coming in from ;
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Demaree. i convinced than ever that Central and hair switches made by Mrs. J. T.
best quality of tobacco in the Union for
Northern any grown In every state copiesof a
Florida will show
an equal Howze 100K North St.
Georgette Coats at Marguerite's he United States, experiments revealed. Virginia the nut edition which will be
Legal blanks for sale at the Tele- growth in the very near future, ow- Gainesville, Fla. 5-15-tf "
Due to the unusual
Shoppe. ing to its superior advantages of: soil product, the limited to 20,000. Send in your s ; ,

graph office. I and climate: !Mrs. J. L. Hood and son, remuneration was greater than had .OST-Biack horse with one white dollar now if you want td own I "

Mrs. R. V. Turner and daughter, of Mulberry, accompanied them on been expected.The hind foot, star in his face. Finder what is sum to become the stand / ,
Mrs. A. M. Darby returned Tuesday Loyselle, and mother )Irs.o'. B. fine texture and excellence of ard handbook of Florida.
Jack- their return and will spend several] will notify Doris Jones, Dukes, Fla., .J j /
after spending several days in I Johns, motored to Jacksonville\ Thurs- days in Starke. the leaf caused much publicity to be and receive small reward. 5-15-2t. I 584t. S

sonville. day for a few days' visit with rela- given Suwannee:) county tobacco re- I Florida Real Estate: Bureau '..

I tives and friends. UNION: TEMPERANCE MEETING:' sulting in a number of experienced I LOST-Gold breast pin with dla-j I BIT Tribune Bll'" ., Tampa. Florid :l
Mrs. E. L. Biggs returned home 'I growers; moving to this section ln>t mond, between post office and : :

Friday after spending two weeks in Contracts for deeds, chattel mort- The Union Temperance meeting full, many of whom have planted.l experimental ,

Jacksonville. I gage blanks, option contracts, war- i will be held in the Presbyterian j I crops of from ten to fifty "" "

ranty deeds, retain title notes, tur- church the first Sunday evening in acre .

Littla Miss Louiso Snyder spent,. pentine leases, etc., for sale at the June at R o'clock.o'urther notice will Suwannee:) county tobacco growers 1

several days last week in Waldo with Telegraph office. be given. increased sufficiently to guarantee J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

her aunt, Mrs. Max Wimberly.Mr. I construction of a warehouse and.l auction I t'
:Mr, and Mrs. Paul E. Canova and HILL I'Oil ADDITIONAL: market here, if this year's crop

and Mrs. Jack Murdon, of son, Paul E. Jr., and daughter, JUDGE PASSES; HOUSE proves profitable. .

sonville, spent Sunday here with Eunice, left yesterday for a motor Tallahassee. After Credit for growing the first tobacco I INSURANCE '
acrimopious
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. JIICk-1 trip to Lakeland, Avon Park and other debate between members of tho house in this county is given A. D. Gaskin I' rr
Florida, and Prof. L. I!. Edwards '
points in South from different who
counties in the circuit
i v
Silk hose-Values $1.75; Friday a bill providing for an additional I several years ago came to Live Oak AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886 jI

and Saturday only $1.2 at1 I Cards for all occasions at judge in the eighth judicial circuit from the cotton belts of the Carolinas ,,1

Marguerite's Shoppe. Marguerite's Shoppe. passed the house with an amendmentthat j' fully convinced that the prod- STARKE FLA. ,
I I the new judge must reside in uct could be successfully ;grown here. ;

15 pounds sugar for $1, with other I Miss Fannie Darby and brother, Alnchuu county. With this thought In mind they planted J 1

precedes, Saturday, May 23. J. C'i Charles Darby, will leave Saturdayfor Baker, Bradford, Marion, Alachua, several hundred acres and since l ,

Manning's Cheap Cash Store. Savannah where they will join Levy, Putnam and Flagler counties I that period, Live Oak and Suwannee 4 f

their uncle, Mr. Charles Darby, and comprise the circuit which stretches county land became highly valuable I

Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs.: J. II. I go to New York for a visit. from the Atlantic to the Gulf. The I almost overnight, and tobacco growing I ,,3 t ti
\ tins been undertaken '
Bitch pent Wednesday in Brooker bill will not come before the senate on a much ,i
with :Mrs. R. A. Weeks. I Little ;Misses Margaret Adkins and until next week. I larger scale. Tobacco has replaced ,
Stella Barrett, of Gainesville, returned I cotton, which prior to the advent of
1\1.\\ L\S CAlt HECC'7\'J'IIEH: the boll weevil, was the section's 1Odfr
Legal blanks for sale at.the Tele- home Monday after spending several I top'crop. ...
graph office. days with little Misses Hazel The Ford car belonging to J. 1 S.:) ,
and Lois Adkins. Malpas\ stolen several weeks ago. | Success of the tobacco yield i in Su- '

Dr. E. L. Biggs returned yesterday was found at Bunncll last week and r0 1 4

from St. l'etersburlowhere\ he I Satin Slips regular price fi.0: the driver of the ear, Jim Johnson, I ,

attended the Surgeons' Contention. Friday and Saturday $ I.J i.f colored, placed in jail. The car was [ I

:Marguerites Shoppe. badly damaged, it being reported as J.
I having overturned and wrecked i %
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:Mrs. Alma McMillian\ of Jackson- I
and. :Mrs. T. the St. Augustine road a short
White
C.
ville, spent the week-end with her pa- Mrs. George The same old wearingqualities
time before reaching Bunnell. Sheriff
J. Alderman went to Tallahassee Monday -
rents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lagergren.\
to attend the recital given by Epperson: was advised of the recoveryof plus new easi I

atMarguerite's Miss !Mona Alderman, who i is a seniorat the car, and also that the negro j
hats
Beautiful white sport er-riding qualities.. that
the Woman's College.Spend Johnson was wanted in Live Oak: to
:>.00
Shoppe only $ answer to a charge of breaking and is the Kelly l l Flexible "
-- I entering, and. he was being held) for
I Dollars where they go I
Jacksonville:Mr.' and ,Mrs.spent Harry Sunday Miner with, his of fartheresil our Young's Store will save the Whether officers the Suwannee of Suwannee county. Cord. $17 WORTH OFBARREL ,

parents Mr. and Mrs. U. D. :Miner. you money on everything you buy. county Easier-riding because it
rities
They sell Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, will turn him over to the autho'l
reductionfor of this county for trial for is flexible. More HOOPSThat
Mrs. Lucy Powell is spending the Notions and Groceries. Big more
r an automobile has not been learned.
week ia Jacksonville with her sons, the next thirty days. I flexible because i t i i. t
Avery and Tate Powell. LOCAL BILLS IXHIE:
All white hats formerly pric- LEGISLATURE' built with the new integral : Was Rockefeller's First

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kickliter, Jr., ed from $10.75; up to $12.75: now bead. Long wear-
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg motoredto :.$S.75; Marguerite's:\ Shoppe. Among the local bills presented to InvestmentAnd

Jacksonville!' Monday evening. the legislature during. the past week ing, partly because of I

I E. M 1. Davis and family have mov-. were the blowing: this flexible I
purchased residence No. 482-By Mr. Knight-Authorizing new con
weekend their newly
last into
V HollU in Gainesville V. Knight, the spent guest of the ed on the corner of Tenth street,I Starke, Bradford county, to struction and partly be- his early history is that of every poor boy who ha

.t- Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, of whichhe and Temple avenue; and C. F. Hoover i prohibit certain animals running at it has an extra thick, become rich. He had the desire to cave and, what was t

is a member. anti family have moved into their i large in that city.' more to the point had the WILL to save also. Do you
home on East :Madison street. Mr. Knight secured final action on tough tread.KELLY I i
new
iI I the senate measure requiring the It t mean to ny you can't make up your mind to start? I
Suits at Marguerite'sShoppe.
Bathing II
for deeds chattel mortgage state to furnish a copy of the Revised -
Contracts General Statutes I Our saving department will make it easy for you to accumulate -
to the
war county-1
blanks, option contracts,
of Bradford the first few dollar that lead to independenceand
judge
county. FLEXIBLE II I
J. D. Ward and family, who have ranty deeds, retain title notes, turpentine I
I An authorize
to the
act li
been occupying the Liddon cottage, leases, etc., for sale at the town council t succen. +
i of Lawtey, Bradford County, to
left :Monday for their old home In Telegraph office. i levy and have collected a tax for publicity I
Vienna, Ga. CALL AND TALK IT OVER i
:Mr. and :Mrs. Everett Miner and purposes.An ,

:Mrs.: L. Wyman and little daughterwill little daughter Pauline, of New Smyrna I act *to of authorize Bradford the county County,commissioner to- I IJ

leave Sunday for Boston, :Mass., and Miss Eva Powell, of Cocoa, levy anj have collected '
a tax for pub
where they will spend sometime with left Tuesday after a short visit here I licity purposes. I I BANK OF STARKEThe
were accompanied
They
relatives.
I with
relatives. who will An act to authorize the town of I
by :Miss Nellie Stearns, I
in New Smyrna. |I Bank of Helpful Service
Rev. L. W. Kickliter and S. F. spend the summer II I

Morgan left Saturday for Dallas, I I ITCH KILLEDin
Chiffon hose regular WE PAY 4 PEP. CENT.ON SAVINGS
Texas to attend the Confederate Silk !
Fireproof Garage '
Veterans Reunion. price $2.00, Friday and Saturday 30 minutes with
I $1.19 at :Marguerite'sShoppe. Par -sit-l-elde for 50 cent I

and Grocries :i Sold by :Mitchell's Drug Store. I STARKE FLA. I .
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FRIDAY MAY 22, 192S.
PACK SIT BRADFORC COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKB FLORIDA
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a a a a a a For young trees which have not yet I point where the pecan trees will re-

I EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY Stop That Backache! come into bearing it will be all right. I: spond to fertilization and produce

AGENTS' REPORTS Velvet beans make a good cover crop. maximum yields.

FARMERS and FARMING They produce a good growth and are
a a a a a Many Starke People Have Found apparently free from the stink bug. Bills for milk fresh fruit and vege-

_. Santa Rosa-Following an out- the Way. Either the vine or the bush bean will tables are cheaper than doctor's bills.

-- -" break of cholera I have inoculated la a dull, nerve-racking backache answer the purpose. The vine, thougha And it's more fun paying them.

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE hogs every day this week, wearing you out? Do you feel older little trouble to keep out of the

ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO Okaloosa-Corn and cotton are doing and slower than you should? Art :rees, will give the greater amount of No Worms in a Healthy ChildAll

BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. well where cultivation Is you tired weak and nervous ; find It material to return to the soil. children troubled with Worms have an unhealthy -
kept
j up, Impossible to be happy. or enjoy the The grower should use his judgment color which Indicate poor blood and a*a
despite the continued drouth. good times aroun, you Then there' rule there is more or less nomacb" disturbance.GROVE'S .
and if better results can be obtained -
something wrong and likely it's you* TASTELESS chill TONIC given. red ulartr
Marion-Tomato shipping Is beginning kidneys. Why not get at the 'ause'! by planting one crop than another for two or three weeks will enrich the blood. Improve
Convert "Waste" Cucumber in earnest. The crop Is short Use Doan's PiJIa-a stimulant diuretic the former is the one for himto the diiteslioD.and act a>.General Strengthening .-

this year due to dry weather. I to the kidneys. Your n<:'lghborlrecommend grow. The main point is to bring throw Tonic off or to dispel the whole the worms system.and Nature theChlld' will will then be

I Doan's. Read what this the humus content of the soil up to a la perfect health. Pleasant to take. SOc par bottle.
Into Delicious Dill Pickles I Osceola-Tomato shipments are Stnrke resident says:
holding up well. Very little damage Mrs. J. D. StunHclI. Walnut Sty! -
1 -- I I has been done by nallhead rust. says: "1 suffered with kidney trouble
I and my back hurt con. antly. I had
State I'lant Board Man Given. JJiree'l which is xh"wn by the absence of < Seminole-Am going to send a dizzy nervous h(>ar1ache. too. My kidneys .

lions for. Making/ Product I gas bubbles and the receding of the i dozen boys to the short course at the didn't act right, eith.-r. Doan' You
saveHundreds
Han Keen Pleasing I to Him. liquid, the cover should be clamped University\ in Juno and 10 girls to Pills relieved me." (Strteirert giver can
I I down and the pickles set aside for Tallahassee. The i I April 27, 1018.)
(By E. W. liergcr! ) ,! future use. Fruit jars of 2-quart Capacity county commissioners On March 21, 1922 Mrs. Stansell: of Dollars

/This ia cucumber time in Florida, :i 1 have been found very satisfactory have appropriated $50 toward ex- said: "I ha-.en't any"gymT toms of
of
primes the trips.I I since.
kidney complaint ,
and that should idea! menu dill pickle 'j'I"I but smaller sizes may be I Price COc, at nil dealers. Don't

(' time. This type of pickles is not In ]| used, and larger sizes when available. I Hamilton-Carload shipments of simply ask for.a kidney rf'medy-get \Y7e believe the new Michelin

the same class with vinegar pickles: The larger malted milk jars having potatocH': beans and cukes are begin- Doan s Pills-the same fiat', Mrs 11v Comfort Cord will revolutionize

against/ the extensive use of which | a capacity of about 3 quarts or I I nlnll.I I Stansell had. t"r-Milhurn Co. all Twice
motoring. as
physicians generally counsel. As a more, or candy jars with sufficiently Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
regulative food the dill pickle is in I I wide mouths, may also be used. To Taylor;! -Dry weather has cut truck big as ordinary tires inflatedto

the same class as naurkraut, the fermenting cover jars of this type, a small sheet t crop yields 60 per cent and has hurt I less than half the pressure

process being' the same-I I or piece of rubber cut from an old farm crops considerably.. IMPROPER BRINGS HANDLING PRODUCTION I it cushions cars so perfectly it

namely tho lactic acid ferment. DietiIfi'l inner tube of auto tire and
an a Dade-Entire week given over to I LABORS TO NAUGHT will save you hundreds of dollars .
I thins strongly recommend the use of small cloth bag or suck filled with the Week" and
"Milk campaign. in car upkeep depreci
uncooked saurkraut, hence why about a quart of sand, may be used., I{
(By Spuds Johnson) It fits rims and
should' we not specialize on dill Tho rubber, which should be larger bv \ Lake-Grapes are looking fine, the ation. present
plckleri when the material for making one or more inches than the mouth of crop is good and prospects are for a Somebody once said something" I| costs about the same as

them is at hand, not infrequently tho jar, is placed in position with the high quality grape that will bring a.| about "what fools we mortals be, ordinary tires. Will you come
In field, ? Then, too cull sack sand of it. Such I and I have about come to agree with
the of
wasting on top an arrangement I good price. Young vineyards are be- in to see it?
cucumbers for whlqh there Is little'or '' allows the gasses from Ing well cared for. him in part at least. Now take for I(
market be used. the fermentation to but instance us farmers and truck growers -
no may escape,
For making dill pickles, or self-fer- 'j the air out.Larger keeps| Brevard-Hold two citrus: meet- "" and citrus growers as well, for Smith's Garage
ings assisted by the citrus specialist that matter. Lots of times we go
'7 mented pickles the cucumbers should jars such as stone churns _x
? containers| I of the extension division. The I ahead and spend a world of money /
be packed into suitable and crocks when employed may also STARKE, FLA-
meetings were well attended and and trouble and work in producing a
I with a liberal amount of dill in the ':1 be covered with a sheet of rubber'' a 1 I /
lively interest was shown in the the crop, and then when we get it matured .
I bottom or between the layers of cucumbers from an inner tube and a suitable /
problems discussed.St. don't take care of it.
(Dill is an aromatic herb sack of sand. When employing larger
Every time I have been over to the
,, frequently grown in gardens.) If dill jars like the ones just indicated, it is Lucie-The citrus field meeting I station recently, where cucumbers are

is not available then the regular necessary to have a support under .,, held this week was well attended by being loaded, I have seen somebodyjust
\ pickle spices. may be used. A layer of''' the rubber in order to keep the sack growers from all parts of the county. ; grabbing the hampers and giv-
grape leaves about one-fourth inch'I'lof sand from weighting it down in II I

thick, or thicker Is generally placed such a manner as to cause leakage of a a a a a a ing them a sling toward the rear of
the them fall where they
letting
.. car
over tho top of the cucumbers. If the air into the jar. The brick used to HOME DEMONSTRATION
and hard Some-
as they
container has a large opening like a weight down the cucumbers may AGENTS' REPORTS I may times as may. reck-
they are even slung as
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stone jar, or crock the cucumbers serve this purpose, or it may be nec- truck
I from the into
lessly
should be weighted down by means of essary to put an extra plate or two a a a.=. a a a. a. a. wagon or
Volusiu The county commissioners the entrance of the cars.
plate or board and a suitable the brick add another brick.
a over
or
1 I this week voted $500 to be used in Now I realize that a cucumber has
weight such as a stone or clean'brick. Stone churns generally have
a cover
in the hard rind will stand MICBEIM"Comfort"
prizes county-wide contest on a pretty and
It (Limestone should not be used that sets down Inside the edges of the I II
r home and community beautification. stand some abuse, and that the fel-
because the acid of the pickles will churn and this for
I I serves admirably
I The contest will begin on June 1, lows who are doing the loading are Cord
dissolve some of it.) supporting the sheet of rubber.
j Your car can Fr ,,.Ih
1925 and continue until June not to eat But
I 1, 1928. : going them anyhow. ( //used ,
I After the cucumbers! have been I I When airtight covers are employed The commissioners also'''agreed to the cucumbers are supposed to be rhaame r n vwLknut
properly packed they are covered to cover a jar of pickles the scum of
i equip a home demonstration labora- eaten by somebody else they would ---,
with brine prepared by dissolving. 7'(I molds and yeasts does not develop tory. not be selling. And every time they

t ounces of common salt in each gallon and skimming become unnecessary: I are bruised, an opening\' is made for

f of water, and. let stand until they are j I I The smaller cucumbers three or Polk-A very successful camp for bacteria and fungi that will cause the "IOULD; BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE IT" f

through fermenting, which requirestwo lour inches or less in length, make club girls was held at Camp Miller cukes to rot sooner or later, mostly
to four weeks at this time of the the best pickles as they are less like- this week. Thirty-four club girls at- sooner.A Get Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON PURE and GEM

year. If, when sampled, they show ly to get soft or become hollow by tended. 1 rotten cucumber or a rotten any- BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.Not .
:, whitish areas and still retain the cucumber 'I( the shrinking of the inside. Never cut thing else is not fit for consumption the Cheapest, but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides Sprayers,
taste the fermenting process''! cucumbers intended for pickles. I Taylor-The county commissioners, Dusters and Dusts.
and
I' so we should try to avoid bruises .
1 }; is not quite complete. I Repacking the pickles after fe*- gave two scholarships to the Girls'Club j I
that will cause rot. After we have I
Short Course in June E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville
Fla
and the ,
of the of
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G Carefully skimming scum meriting is completed in new brine, or woman's worked as hard as we have to produce -
federation
molds. and yeasts that soon begin to half new and half old brine, facilitates gave one. I the crop, we should certainly

develop on the surface of the brine Is their keeping( firm and crisp Suwannee-I gave two demonstrations take pains to See that it gets to the

important since failure to do so will longer but they will be slightly more this week on jelly making. The I consumer in good shape.

cause the pickles to become soft. This 1: salty to the taste. 1 1I woman's club of Live Oak gave two I What is true of cucumbers is also

skimming/ process should be repeated' scholarships to the short course at true of watermelons and other l Our Cross-'\ora Puzzle
two or three times a week. The loss I I The Agricultural Extension Divi1 Tallahassee in June.DeSotoCanning crops. Watermelons should be han-

of brine due to skimming or overflowIng '1 slon of the University of Florida can I I dled carefully to prevent bruising,and

should be replenished by the addition supply plans for making silos. A card vegetables Is in should! be treated to prevent stem-end

of fresh pickling brine I I to the director at Gainesville will full swing now. There ia a large rot before they are loaded onto the I This puzzle is designed by William means exactly what it says and the
Cucumbers of suitable size may be bring them. amount of tomatoes and beans that I Sherrill for those who have correctly
packed as previously directed in glass I are now too ripe to ship, and theyare I cars.Of I'I' words themselves are not extremely
course, it Is not citrus harvest {, solved a dozen or more cross-word
fruit jars with glass covers and allowed I Place hard and lumpy brown sugar being canned. This is also huckleberry time now, but an appalling amount of i puzzles, and consequently feel that difficult. However if you get a fall I

.. to ferment. The glass cover I in the oven a few minutes and it will time, and hundreds of quartsof citrus fruits are lost every year they are pretty good. There is nothing out of this one you will know you

I WI with rubber and metal clamp should soften easily. that fruit are being gathered and through being bruised or stem-cut in I 1 I tricky about it. Every definition have had a tussle.
be placed in position ready to be gathered and preserved. I packing. Often nails are left pro-
', clumped down or sealed. After the I Early spring screening keeps flies
k Okaloosa-All is in readiness for jecting from the side of the packing I a. 3 .of S 6 7 g
fermenting,: process Is completed. out all summer. :1q
and time
cases, the tilled
t 1f Better Homes Week, with homes, I < every case is -
one or more citrus fruits has been 10
--- grounds and greenhouses to be exhib r. IIi.
ited. ruined.

'" These losses are easily prevented, 1- 13 H ISR

/ ff.. DOUBLE-BLOSSOM OF BERRIES and their prevention is worth while.A .
-t1 IS (;CONTROLLED: BY BORDEAUX good crop produced and marketed 18 19

}i ?s::,: ..%@\ should be our aim. I
Double-blossom of dewberries, 20 2, 22

: 'When Better Automobiles Are) Built, Buick Will Build Them blackberries, etc., a condition in which (;ROW A COVER CROP IN THE I'
the sepals and petals become thickened PECAonCII.uw;! THIS SUDIEU' ew
and have tho of 4
appearance a
No. 11 double blossom, Is increasing in severity Humus is highly desirable in all I : F 2S 26 27 28

in Florida. A large number of soils on which pecans are being I
inquiries grown. If it Is not naturally in the 29 30
concerning it are being received SI r 32
by the plant pathology depart soil it must be supplied in the form of

ment of the Florida Experiment Sta some kind of manure or through the 3" 39 43J
I tion. process of turning under vegetation

In grown on the soil. As practically nil e 3s
answering these inquiries Dr. I o
G. F. Weber, associate plant patholo- of the pecan soils in Florida are deficient '-= .

gist, say that the disease is caused I in organic mater, it becomes"

by a fungus, which may be found in necessary to adopt some method
the leaf buds and flower buds in the ,I whereby it can be economically added

spring.' It attacks the flower and to the soil. HORIZONTAL 11. Tract of hind on which the gameis
causes either imperfect fruit Soiiupecan growers purchase manure 1. Seaweed '
or no I preserved for shooting
fruit. It seems to be especially bad< on II in large quantities and supply 5. To encourage wrong-doing I 11.
the Marvel blackberry, hich has humus in that way, while others 0. Incurring punishment Offspring of a Spaniard or Creole -

I .a been extensively planted in Florida In grow and turn under leguminouscrops 10. Stout and rosy with health and an American Indian

I ''uestlon recent y'eara.According I thereby returning to the soil 12. A city of Chaldea 17. A fortification

' : Can to Dr. Weber, the disease a greater amount of nitrogen, than 13. A branch 19. A stratum

Buick 4-wheel brakesbe may be controlled by cutting I was removed, as well as humus, the 15.: European river 21. By

f back all of the old canes as soon as I'I material that is so much desired. It 16. Correlative to not 22. By the route of

while the fruit has been harvested, and I 'is', however, a regrettable fact that 18. A trap &. A mine entrance

applied spraying the new shoots immediate many pecan growers do not keep the 11)\ A sign of the Zodiac \\2.:>. French novelist

turning corners? ly with 44.50 Bordeaux! mixture. One organic it should content be. of the soil up to what 20. To have and retain in one's :possession Untwisted rope used for caulk

or two applications of this spray ing the seams of a ships planks
again in the spring before the flrv-'r During the dry spring months, suchas 22. Change direction 28. Strong, thick kind of silk
buds show white should l largely con I- we are having now, it is advisable 23. Having the form of a tooth 30. To blossom
trol the disease. ''I'' to keep the orchard soil well cultivated 2A& Hebrew month 31. German

Ansell. This spray schedule will also help maintaining a dust mulch in or- 26. Eagerly expectant Allies after territory World War occupied by

control other diseases of the berries, ,xler that the soil moisture may be con- 21>. Dull brown; swarthy complexion 134. Note of the dove

such as nnthracnose and cercospora. served, However, as soon as it is :30. British National Reserve (abbr.) 35. A song in two parts

: Certainly. The It will be especially valuable in con- possible now to get sufficient mois- 32. A small part of the head I35. Business League (abbr.)

trol of the latter which often be- ture to cause the germination of seed 33. I am (contraction) 40. A state
brake the outside front wheel is
on comes very severe in late summer. ''G.the cover crop should be planted says aA& muss of visible vapor floating
II. Blaekmon pecan culturlst of through the air at various heights
automatically released, making I KENTl' KY STR.WnERii'YI the Florida Experiment Station. 30. Pupilistic! knockout AROfIA
I CROP HURT: BY Any good, wH I cO
WEATHER rank-growing legumewill 37. Forbid exclude
steering and car control sure. ; R g Y 5 O
I easy Paducah give good results. However, ow. 39. Organic matter of the soil T q HP
Ky.-Cold weather during | ing to the fact that the stink 41. Not A c o N E
bug quick n
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such device has far the last j
Only one so throe weeks has resulted which
( sting the nuts E R S 7
In the loss of thousands and causes 42. Space for occupancy enclosed on'' END M ERA
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been perfected, and Buick has it. the strawberry crop in this of dollars section to is kernel not advisable spots, favors certain crops, it all sides NEE c
to
plant them. Cowpeas VERTICAL A
a, said B O U N D R
I a statement issued by the Mc- is a favored E L I S H
cover but it 1. Island
crop possession of Denmark
Cracken PRO
County Growers' AssocIation is also a favored host of R I T
the stink 2. Legal note (abbr.).
here. Early In the this EMENDS
season bug, and should therefore GRES
not be 3. A fish gN
COMPANY yea:'s crop gave promise of being the
LAKE CITY BUICK largest in history. Almost 1,500 planted in a bearing pecan orchard. 4. A man's name 0 PAL R

S J. M. Smith Manager. acres of berries alone are raised in 5. To border upon Toott ERE I SEX

Baker, Bradford Columbia and Union Counties this one county. Th. Quinine l That Does Not Affect T*. fcajBeretue 6. A vehicle EN E EEFt D ETEA
7. Prefix
---- ef Its tonk meaning out I
, Ocala-New hotel to be erected Tits I1ROMO :- LdTablet.esa!: betel. n 8. Pith helmet worn in tropics t DE Y
built Buick will build them at i s A
automobiles I
better L T
t When are br tawiM without reuMnil" orrvnuuies.rla lag v C O 3T
+ cost of $500,000. ID(be fice J. E.w.:CKOV E S signature on 0. Species of fungus | _





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"God. on ':Inroadv: I Ifg LAXATIVE Colds Cause BFOMO drip QUININE and Tablets Influenza same.

I II Legislative Proceedings ] Ihi came. Then in eaSy' one"Dromo Quinine."

E. W. GROVE'S

Temptations during month. .._....
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Bill No. 162-To I protect ftBh with. I of Florida. The ole purpose of the nut. April 1.Wld 1 192.. P.n.l.n...._.._Find___-.__. II..M

in the waters of Clay county except'I anu-mlment according to its Introducer -i ---- -. c- ---- ------.--------- llMDlpt:' durlnq month ....-- ..... "..11'lal.

the St. Johns river, and to provide'certain 'I' was to enable the legislature to I I TilE OUTCOME: OK .V HIGHLAND niitmnomcnu. May I, 1085 during_ _month....__.,_h::_._.___.. UO.iT"
ways that fish may be taken !::make direct appropriations for the' I arltalUml. Feed

within a certain time and define the relief of the rural schools of the state, HARMLESS KI.IKIATIONThe I Highland I May 22.--51r4. P. L. Rvri lies.liitu".\irll| luring) 1. h12 month.- .*.___-.._._.__.__. .... t.I'

waters of Clay county, and to provide under such rules and regulations as : Inn, like so many that dot the limb! and chIldi tot left Thursday for Plubimimrnta) durlnu, month. .......
llnl. May I. \III M. ____ ....___._.__.
for violation of this the with MS
legislature Stark
punishment might adopt, smaller resorts along! the Eust Constof after a visit here with :Mr. \May I, lOito.

act. particular reference to aiding the Florida, was spotless and there and l l\Irs. J. T. :Marr. Bradford County.Bt p

Air. John-;of; BraPford-IIouso poorer schools. was a certain air of wholesomeness I Mrs. J. E. Bennett Is spending I hereby.t..ot..,rioiHiU,,'..)that is. forvantn.* .taumiwlof I

By 1 I about it. Not so bad, I thought, as I some tlnio' with her parents Mr. and the meets. anil, dl,.lun<*ininfci of ..he 5
Bill No. 790( -Authorizing the town ', Another appropriation bill, 38: by stood viewing myself before tho (, Mrs. John CJrltfis, at I \'erltrel'n. fun la or nr.,lf.rl <"00.'. for the month n< 4
of Starke, in Bradford county, Flor- Mr. Smith, seeks $2,5C3.CO for the ru- Atoll,' 1MB. I. trio anil correct to lha I
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Mrs. H.
I mirror of dresser. C. Wimbcrly returned ""'lor knowlnlua and ..llr
my my n
ida to furnish electricity, sewer and lief of W. C. Thompson, of Mace len- I II II There was a light tap at the door I Hominy from a visit with Mrs. W. R. O. W. ALUBBMAN. t

water connections to municipalities, ny, Baker county for loss of funds at I8KAI.: ) n.rk Clr.nCt Votin,
of the roonr adjoining, I moved over Wimberly Madison while there B. c A. KNiaur. 1
and other users thereof in Bradford when the State Bank of Macclcnny I toward the sound and asked softly, she attended tho graduation of Louis n....7 Cterfc. l

county or adjoining counties of the failed. I "Who's there?" I K. Wimberly from\ the M ,illi>n High -
state of Florida, and granting said school. CLERK'S: HE POUT
"It's Warren I have little
I.
a
town the right to construct and maintain Senate Bill No. 23'), provide" for 1I..r. of the Clerk of lha Ctramt Cmrt
'night iap' for and really it's delicious. :Mr. and Mrs. Russell Patterson and
electric lines, sewer and water the establishment of teacher training I ti you In anil for Bradford. rannty. Florida. on aocnunt -
." Ills Frances Patterson of Lakeland 1 of Ins", (mm emit ro,' thf yrnr t 19tt4.K. .
connections on public highways for departments in one high school in '
"But how am I to get it?" I answered were visitors here Friday.II. W. isya.
each the Ta. Colkr_
said of several counties and I IAn l I
purposes. makes an appropriation to aid the II "beside, really, I don't think C. Wimberly, Jr., returned Friday T* Bradford CountyCaaMty- Praoar I

By :Messrs: Johns: and DuVall of counties in maintaining such depart- I I'd better." from Lnchoo hoo. P2'.. lial due \nrll I I. 1021. ._ fin0(1( ,
To "Nonsense," ha whispered, "I Mrs. Sarah Monley, Miss Mary Sty nmt i<"lli<.tiMl .,_._n_ __.n.... 1J1I30"In i ,
Bradford! -House Bill No. 780 ments. The work is a virtual continuation ....
amend Section 30 and Section 43 of of what has been the practice i brought this home from Paris. A I Starling and Miss Llllio Starling, of I tin I .1,,". "1i. I I. li'3------.__-avj.! TO- I :
small drink of it will makd your Lawtey, spent Sunday here with rtna and F.rMtor.
Chapter 0365: Acts of 1911, Laws of in the past, so it was stated and the Ti> tnt ilui> \i i>ril I I. 1\1\s..'. '.. ..... .titi.IRO;,
Florida and Section 37 of Chapter present bill makes but slight chan i"1- dreams more lovely. frIends My unit rollr.f(.it .. ,._..._. fti)4") tft .,

Acts of 1911 Laws of Florida No county would be entitled to such 1 I ho.sitated. A little couldn't possiblyhurt I Regular services were held Pt the i,
63C5 .
To bill duo May I. 1UJJ. .___...... 111119.61
church Rev. C. A.
as amended by Chapter 76GG Acts of a teacher training department ulJlIt ('-- me. Besides, I was not sleepy. Baptist Sunday by Caaalr Road sad lrld.. "4.
the and I would enjoy a few moments of Mosley, of West Jacksonville To hal. dun \,11| I I. 1 1'i.Ji'!' .._ ...TIItiT
relative to has
1917 Laws of Florida, a high school with at least ten
Mrs. Ida B. Williams Frances and By unit. oolU-i-ti-il.I ._.-_h. ... .12nM.78Tn (
municipal government of the town of pupils in the high school, grades. Supervision Warren Fisher's bringht conversa' -

Lawtey in Bradford county, Florida. of the training classes is unusual project has been set tion."But i Gordon Williams were business visitors bal.OaUtanillni ilun M.v I. inA Ind.b..n. __ __. -._ :HO.M| : >3

vested in state board of education. In motion in New York. A business the key: ? It isn't here," I con- to Jacksonville MomJuy. Tn bal. dun April I. nun _h.h Fund__. 17IM3 S.

Among the new general bills Intro- while each county would have to sup- building, taller than the Woolworth tended. R. Y. Walden! of Punta Gorda, wag By amt. eolltf.to
duced in the senate was No. 418 by plement the state appropriation by is to rise on Broadway "That's all right, It's on this side. a visitor hero Monday.< To hal. duo May I. 1H2B __.___._ ._._ 8SOI.U
It
make attempted conveyances at least and dedicated to Christianity. Miss Beth Wimberly, Miss Eth..1Ricks Oaaty .....!
Mr. Butler, to $300. The total appropriation All I want la your permission, mayI
Is to be known as Broadway H. C. Wimberly Jr. and It. C. Ti> bal. d", April) 1. Iliad. -----------15)59.43
of lands by owner valid and of the bill is $61,500. On roll call it Temple, containing, a church, ?" Ity amt. roll.-ntod. ._________________ 8011.111 V
after stated time from record was passed with little opposition. The door opened slightly.! Wimberly Sr., motored to Keystone
effective a hotel
auditorium schools, stores Heights: Sunday.Mr. To bal.. duo, Mny I. ,l"". .--____._._im7.o5 .
of deed, or other instrument, or and business offices. "Help God "Hurry now," I was nervous, "it's CoUNTY POI.I.8
Senator Knight secured an and Mrs. Robt. L Crews and To bal. due .__...______
of the will. It provides the appropriation an office on Broadway" is the an unearthly hour for me to bo en- April)) 1 1U2S M.00
open
probate deed or will shall be held valid after of $30,000 to study, with the. bond slogan. Dr. Christian 'F. tertaining you in such an informal children, of Calluhan, spent Sunday< Uy .,nt. eolli-olt-il, ____n____.._____. 51.00
I
thirty notwithstanding; any defect -, view of eradication of diseases affecting Reianer, a Methodist minister frogi manner." I adopted a tone of light here with F. M. Crews and 1 family.J. Ti hnl' ilua Cloy .. 11135----------.__ 4400
years strawberry plants, while Mr. Kansas, is the leader in thIS tnoya O. McCormick of Lresburg visited Tilal' Hub I.....
or invalidity in such instrument.A banter. To bal.. duo, April' I. 1025. __________in OB.t
Overstreet was successful in getting merit. "Ratal! these good pooplo have been relatives hero Sunday. I Uy amt. milk-civil' __...i__._.._.._.. 11104.07
registration card displayed in $10,000 for similar purposes in con- Mr. and Mrs. F. I). Lang and children -
II in their beds for hours.. Besides, Sul- 'r. bal iluo Muv I. !i9'5-----------l1lOi.S4
special container in the front of the nection with celery rust. lie, I just had to see you." were visitors to Lawtey' Hund..y.1 Total Biib-Srhool, Bnnda

compartment of all motor and which probubly caused tho bill's To bal duo April I I. IIU5. _.._nU_ 4IU.T1
vehicles driving in Florida is the purpose of I Requiring officers of the law, death was a clause that would make lie camo nearer. I New Port Richey-Ohio man buys Uy amt oollmtpd _.___h___. HU0.07

Senate Bill No. 412, introduced by engaged in policing traffic on the the injury of a dog of another punish- "Adori-u( my Adoree" he you wonderful his- waterworks system; plant to be extended T,, bill' dun May I. U'21' ___________-' ana." f

additional public highways of the state, to( be able as larceny. Many of the members glorious creature, put to meet\ rapidlygrowingheads. Koid and I1r''.... llnnda
W. H. Malone. It proposes an I To bal duo ) _
arms about me ami! attempted to kiss April 1. nui uaAnU AT
license fee of $1. The card I garbed, in a distinctive uniform to be could not get it into their heads | g .? Uy amt.
prescribed by the county commissioners that injury of a dog belonging to an- me."Don't -
would bear the owner's signature, together please, not hero, I hate To lull dur, Mnv I I. \n'2 H. -___.2782S.B1)
with the make of the car, of the several! counties is the purpose other had any relation to stealingthe Ct BRHVS H.PO.T Wldowa Faaalan rued IT'
serial of Senate Bill N. 380, introducedIn dog out of the windows onto the anything like this-somehow it seems FINANCIAL TAmimirrr. or COUNTY bal dllr, April 5 I. itulo--------_._ 4HII14Uy
model type, manufacturer's : so sordid, especially under these con FUND amt dillvelvil ._ __ _______. 7B.D3
tho senate by W. W. Phillips. vote of 41
number engine number, registrationor capitol grounds by a naysto "
licensed 27 ayes. Notice of reconsideration ditlons. Monthly financial elatemeM ..f Bradford To but due May I. !I\!>>.. _..._. ___ ..1.DO .
license number, date so The house committee on prohibition "But Adorcc, if you could know I County fur the month of April, 1025. U. w. aLPBRUAM
was given, which will bring the mat General reel
and initals of secret code chosen by made its first unfavorable reportto ter how I've longed for you, I've worshipped n... April I. luan ? nan no ,,1..1. By C.CUrk A. rtrantt KHIUR'I'f.ooty Court r '

the owner, the interpretations of the house when it reported a bill up again. you every minute since I left lUvi'lpta durlnir. month _........ 18811.01Dlnbuniemonta Clark.

which to be kept in the office of the by Representative Bell of DeSoto, THE NEEDS OP AN APPETITE I'ensacola. If you could realize how ) |. May 1. 102U ililrlnic_.___month______.. 1323.00 BM.flflUH

comptroller. making it unlawful to drink intoxi- I've remembered each precious mannerism Fin. and ,,fItur. Fund NOT1CB OP APPIIPATtON FOIl TAX DEED
"
Bftl. April 1, IDliU _. _______ Hsn. 7hVceipta UN"UK It HMTION silt isv Tilt
f Interest is growing in the bill which cating liquors as a beverage. The bill Tho large colored man who enteredthe about you, the way you laugh, durlnit. month Iflflfl.60IMNuiirNvmvnU MCNERAI.:: STATUTES:
would< have fixed the penalty for the bright wit that is as much a part durlnic. month -. All: .DOllnl. )
would create 1State Advertising office of the vaudeville manager of Mnr 1, 1028 .- 1117.47 Ifcnihy notice ,In alvon hut H. I). Wllli -
radiant Ohl I purohaMpr
of $200- drinking" whiskey as a beverage the you as your beauty. heed fund ....
Board with an appropriation bore himself as one conscious of his of tax aalo *.lIn. numbered Pa..pretlvoty *
same as in other cases of violationof want you for my own, mine, mine, do lie) April I. 1925------------------- 1099.03 199 and l IH2 Uniieil by the Trio Col.
000 a year for two years, for the purpose talents. hear ?" lf( .,elpla, during. month _........ InHnr of llrnilford County. Klorlda. SetS oer
Florida unit, the prohibition law you mo PlMbumi.menta durlnic, month _._. '
of advertising as a "What' can I do for you? inquiredthe tiflcnta numhi ri"l Iftll hrtmi tinted Juno 7* ,
businessmen He drew me closer llnl.! Mny I. lll-\ O. _-.-_. 103>. 3llulldlnf 1MI7 and Hald e..rtll1rnt." numbered 1 |1M2 fining
as a result of statements by Tax exemption for certain aged showman. "But your wife?" I pulled Fend .dated. July t. I 1"1. Ima' flleil aald eertlfloatea
others arriving daily from "You kin gimme job." away I Hill. April 1. 11125------------\ __ 1.S8 In uirlro anil, nan matin)
and a my apnllfntliin for
residents of Florida is for "
provided __ ..
sharply, "are you mad? N felpt iltirlnw month .. lav tired to iMUe In aocordnnra with law
all sections that such an appropriation "Oh, you're a performer then? tllHbumttmvnU) during month. .......
in a bill introduced in the House by "Yes, for you, you wonderful Paid' e.'rtiti'nt.>. rvaieetl| ..ly enihrarm tha ,,
invest- pcrIson llnlUn Muy 1, IUJ9\) ____ ___ 7.B4OuUUndlnv
would be the greatest Representative Dew, of Pasco. It "I suttinly is. !" 00 following' InniU, I In, Itriiilfnnl. County, Florida

ment Florida ever made. would exempt front state, county and, "And what is your particular specialty I disliked very much the way !. April I I. 1\l2\ ll. .. ._-rand.. ... 14'>OM ,nuaenNtfd at In the tho dnto namm'nf the nwpeottvely I..nuan0o' of haraln eiwhaurllflcatra
Il'celj'l.. durlnir. month _._ 4U6.1.I:
?? -- -- after particularly' ant forth, to-wlti
The House Committee on Highways municipal taxes to the extent of $500:' things were going 1)Ibr.monta) daring month __..__. Ceitltteati* N... inn emhraiwtt, north. half ofnorthweat 0
and homestead 20 "Boss, I'se the shampeen alg-cater SIn) May .I. 51)23----------------- 1002.05
"favornblo report" on a not exceeding "But your wife? I reiterated iiunttor' iff northwrat nuartar, Poe.ii. .
cave a of the world. PralniiKa Fund (Inn. 'in.. tiiwiiMliip, 7. nuuth 21, 80 ...,
range .0.
all I in the State who ,
the McKinzie bill for the Lake City- acres, persons "really you are not fair to her. Warren I lit Air)) I I. lt2F1.\ --- -.,-. 17.84 nnaiwaed 5Inknow.C.'rtlflcrt .
short route Chairman Matthews were 11 years of age or younger in "As how ? and after all, she deserves some I:: ..I I pt* ilurlnu,, ,month -- .-- ...... : ,. Nil 1 1"2 rmlinirmi, vant half ofnnrthoniit V
palatkn 1SOO and who have resided in Florida "Well suh, at one time right befor consideration." 'tiuarlvr of rfmilluriut, auartof... lao
of the "short route" committee I eats dozen hen aigs th,,, 1ft. towniililii, 7. noiith ranuu, Ul aaat, iOnuieH
continuously for period of 50 'earR. yore eyes one .. ,
Fe-rnside the Putnam a "Oh, what difference docs. that ,aaNraaeil Unknown.
; lion F. J. dozen ducks an' dozen ... ,
one alga one Unleia Maid .rllll.. deli ba raifaamft'l
county committeeman and others Interested One of the important measures to turkey aigs, all of 'em raw." muke ? Besides she's far, far iiwuy. nnriirdinir. ,,, In I.... tax died. will INHIIO 110._"
Shu's only wife Adoree while nelnfI the Mil I f June, A. D. HID
this needed road appeared my on day "
in be passed, was hat by Representative The white man was by way of being the of lifo Wllnena my official ultrnatura. and iaul thllIhi
before the legislative committee Carver, of Columbia county, somewhat of a practical joker. you-you are light my I Illh Icy nl May. A. D 1925.

which showed only one vote against amending sections 1. 5, and 6, of "Well, that does sound like a novel and heart.moat" of all, your are my swuut- ) I' ;L (Stall! Clerk Clrou't' Court.II.i w Bradford Ai.nnnMAi{fount,

a "favorable report" on the bill. chapter 9329 of the acts of 1923, relating : ty" he said with simulated enthusi FWI.Ia.By .
"No, no, I shuddered as I began C. A. KWOIir.
Undo '
to the suppression of hog "I think I the Joiin /
A bill providing for the registration asm. can use you on to realize the situation. : S-IS-tt-o-13 Poplity Clerk.rortcn .
cholera known as House Bill No. bll at theater-If stand I -- -
my you can
each year' instead of in "What! won't be
of voters sweetheart
you ;
my ? EincTto"o'IV '
240.\ It carries an appropriation of the strain." If we'd count the lady: nolulu. 1
elections are ? he asked in
when general amazement "it
years $25,000 for the purchase of cholera "Strains is whut I stands the best." of which wo're Jcstly !proud, tho power vo.trdlnthcni, t"y tin Inwa '
held only was introduced by Repre- is a much better arrangement, for of the of Florida the ,
and the method of Ihvro'd be a lot of people that'sastonlsliei Htalo Hoard of Fuhlln
provides "Listen here then. On week.
sentative Mackenzie, of Lake. It serum, every matrimony m death to romance" and at the crowil.! Of Inn ruction of flr.InrI' eounly 1'lorliFa' I here,
distribution. The bill was amended day we give four performances-two l h1 y calla an vlictlun lo ba .I..t. tha ally \
would require the registration bonks the hu held me closer, "don't you care for, course we loam statistics that trail t In Starko o..b ichool .Ilitrlot, an Tu... ,
before being passed cutting priceof shows.
matinees two night
to be at least three days each me a little?" His eyes were cagor. I we didn't usto know, when thrycoma dny Jun. alicbavnth> IBZA to lay whether or
open the serum in half, it being pointedout "Suits. me fine, boss." bucket nut I they will nnnrv van! half aiwtlona> .,......
in ami
week from the first week in August "Go to room immediately bulvif : on
I your or and fourteen' Mctlona Ihtrteeittownahlp
until the last week in November.The by members interested in its passage "And on Saturdays and Sundays I'll call down stairs" was my answer. I thu family radio. ::! aavrn .,,,,Lh. ranga OI.I .. eaat.Weat ...
that the appropriation wax 'we give six shows instead of four. half leettonii. \ coven and alilhtaatl town
sufficient to this reduction in I How about that ?" "Ah, now, you weren't BO offish My nell\'hbor-rhrht hero by ahlp> seven .....th ran... twenty'two ....t.tJh..t .
two fish measures-one regulating permit make mistakes threa tnutrea, .
when I made love to you on the pier me-in incline.I to and dalcrmlno the mitts.
industry view of the fact that only half of the "Meks no difa-cnce to suh. You to "ho aaaaaied for two
the salt water fishing me, in Pensacola that evening." Ho changed for he hates the high xoprunner : ,r.h'.j; : yean.
and the other creating the departmentof last appropriation had been consum furnishes de alga an' do audiences an'I l his tactics. like St. Patrick hate! anukOH W.For Alderman the pun"n*"R. Knliiht end ald B.alectlon.. Mat.thawa O.-

game and fresh water fish-were ed. The measure was passed almost does de rest." "You're insulting I think ; Ho Bays It cracks his eardrums are appulnUd' m..........
are
and unanimously. "Hut holidays continuous you : when ho listens at 'cm L. W. KICKT.tTir.tl.
passed by the senate on third on we run a .
perfectly revolting! At least I Chairman.If. I
final The bills had been on performance from ten in the squeal-which in regards to B. WKIOINa
reading. A tax of one-tenth of a mill to the until eleven thought you were a gentleman even I Hong-birds ain't the pauper way S...r.t' rr.. n-IJ.BH.ia
morning in the
the calendar since early in the session dollar on all preferred intangible evening. though you do flirt outrageously.And : to feel. OHDEIt, FOR PL'nilCATIOS I
He for
and arc considered among during the property is provided for in Bill No. cant wriggled paused/ uneasily."Too a reply.. The appli- I'm leaving if I have to walk to We hear Homo /fiery langun-p. In Clroult Tuurt. Eighth. Judicial.., Circuit,

major legislation propose-I 313, introduced in the senate by John Miami" I declared vehemently. "I'll at the female opry-nCtres-wlly, Brad/ord Coiinty.' fltata of Florida. In Chaneery -
big a contract for to .
you
this meeting of tho legislature. M. Coe, and referred to a joint com- tackle, eh ?" wake every one in the Inn and tell my neighbor Jerked his hi>u"- Bradford. County. Bank a corporation Complainant

Publication of all propo"el:1 loinl I' mittee oil intangibles appointed" under "Naw suh, I wuzn' worryln 'bout them about you being so-horrid," I set otT, an' throweil it out of .
n.Paul
sobbed! tho of ,doors I Sometimes I with
of house resolution. on verge/ hysterics. IIr' y
provisions a
bills and special laws sixty days dat. But looky yore, boss, on them bit Valrlto ann Martha' ValotU hla wife,
him that which can't
"Come
come do you think anyone a thing IJafendanta
prior to their introduction in the legislature Old maids and bachelors will thar holidays you'll have to gimme a would believe the old story of cured, like the fierce soprano .- It atiiii-arlnu' by. afftdavlt', Appande'l.
an automobile -
i is proposed in a joint resolution ill time off." to Ibo bill Ailed In the ahoval.
Molo somehow has to he coda
crowd Representative J3ranch's now being out of commission ?" ....... that Paul Valette' and Martha
offered in the senate today by famous "flapper" from the limelight "What for? He threw back his head and his ed. If anything can 1m.'
Mr. Edj/e.; this "So'g I kin run home fur my reg'lar lips grab my sword and want to -IT, In pantad aro non..I....... of Bradford.
in the house of representatives curled in a sneering manner, "and -It's to hear a blubberin' 1 1.; County Hlata of Florida' and. their yeoManrola '
No. Regulating the week. Representative Garrett of meals. don't think they'd be such boobs an to l unknown that they ... aoh 0... tha sos
House Bill -o striko "'ho Road to Maria<
---- I of twantV'OHM year* ; It la therefora ordered
transportation of livestock in Floridawas Okaloosa county prepared and will ZIFF think you were not in on this little lay." that acid non-realdimt. ,lefundant b. eel>l

The provides introduce a measure that will requirea party." they hereby _lul,1 tu appear. lo tha bill of

that passed.the enumerated measure livestock, cattle. caption tax of $:; annually on all Zlff, May 22.-Mr. and Mrs. J. O. "Do you mean that the transmission -I' i il I 1 --.- ,,A eiimplalnt Monday the nleil, nth In day laid of enuio JOII,. on A. or O. before 1I11a.ntb. ,

horses and other animals shall only single women in the state designated Denison and sons, Warren and J. M. was not broken and that you, .. / / "" lj7 .....,.. the nllevatlonn of laid, hill will b.t.hn .
.-
be shipped in regulation stock cars in the bill "old maids" who have of Midway, spent the week-end here were stalling?" I demanded, my eyes. ij. 1.t.1I1: *"!." _., ,-. ,U aa further eonftfani.ordered! by Haiti that ilefendanui.It thla onler. bapubllahod 0

and shall not be confined for a longer reached the age of 25 years and all with !Mrs. Deninon's parents, Mr. and flashing( ', I I 5.' tA"I :. ,/ ......f.'I once a week for tlvht aonaaatltlvoweeha

period, than twenty-eight hours with single men that have reached the Mrs. J. W. Lewis. "So:, innocent, aren't you ?" ho I \ "" l. In the publliiheil,Bradford. In aald County! County Telairraph. and State., anuwunepor

thirtieth milestone. !Mrs. Howard and children and 'I ; 'llila' I'". A. D Ivan.
out food and water with other provisions questioned, "you society girls of this L. --r-- .., .. ___ May
O. W.
__ AtiDERMm.
.
the bill was sail to bo in line Creation of a state home for indigent Mr. Mallory Shaw, of Fairbanks, generation amuse me with your Injured i --. .. "" (Seal) Clark Circuit, Court

with federal requirements' :.II the mat in Senate Bill spent last Sunday here with relatives feelings.. Do you think that can A. H. CREWS
orphans is sought Rullcltor for Complainant. o-f-tt-T-l
ters covered. and friends.Mr. lead a man on with the open wile
introduced Mr. Smith.
No. 388, by and Mrs. 11.1.1.! Thomas and son and veiled promises. of an odvtn- I t( OHDKIl FOR rt'BLICATlOV
would be administered
Protesting pending bills that would The orphanage spent last week-end here with Mrs.Thomas' tureis and then pull a baby stare S J"oJt
Sunday by the board of commissioners of : In Circuit Court., Rlvhth: Judicial" Circuit.'
tend to liberalize present The bill seeks an sister, Mrs. H. Warren. when he accepts the invitation ? L Bradford County fltate of Florida. fn Chao
laws, the minlsteral association of I state institutions. Pervlfl Lewis of Waldo, spent I remembered the warning of Cur- : ."ry.Bradford.

Jacksonville presented a memorial to appropriation of $50,000 for acquisition last Saturday and Sunday here with tiss Wright, who had tried to show SINCE TH2 WIFE D086EOMAVR ; plalnant. County Bank a corporation" vom

the legislature. After being read it of lands, the erection of suitable hill parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. me the danger of the headlong speed I VM ecrnwcj TO TINA ...
I buildings and its equipment. It would i uyr cm joes THAT J. T. Scott and J. II. [f...,, Defendanta)
was ordered spread on the journal, $10,000 for maintenance Lewis. in which, he said, I was racing. Oh! I oscT3 It appearing. by affidavit, appaniUd to the
also appropriate Leo Dyal wan a business visitor to if I had only listened. I would have OS FIXED WITH A HA\KP\t' \ hill fll.d' In th. ve-autcd came, thaU Y.
House bill No. 802, by Bell, alsomakes during the next two years. Graham last 8ott and .,. II. Haxr. the defendanta. therein
hud his ,
having Saturday.J. love and protection and would named are non-realdenta of the Htalo ol ..
it a felony for any officer I Senator Turnbulls would requireall B. Thomas and son were shopping have escaped this iasue. I Florida and they" .... .....Iont. of Htealton,
the custody of any intoxicating Stats of Pennnylvanta' and sue user the aa'
of hotels, dining rooms, cafes, restaurants in Brooker Saturday.Mrs. "They will believe me down stairs i of twantywine yoara ; It In therefore n..I.....
enforcement
liquor seized. In the I as well as railroad dining I. W. Dyul spent Saturdayand I'll make them ?" I stamped my foot that laid non-realdent dafandanta .ba and a..
the prohibition laws to drink any of .hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint 4
be punishedby cars and steamship saloons to writeor Sunday here with relatives. ami, momentarily my rage/ was rising. filed In reid .".... on or ...,... Mondny. .
the whiskey. He would print on their menus whether the Mack Hough, of Clayno, was here "I." k at the time," he demanded, tha lit day of Jane. A. D 1929. olb...
a maximum of five years in the wlao the alleimtlona of laid bill will ba taken.
last week after business.J. .
looking wrist watch "almosttwo
foodstuffs served are of fresh material pointing to my aa confuaaed by aald ,defendanta.II .
tate prison and fined $:;,000 for so canned products. W. Lewis and grandson were o'clock in the morning.(. Is it I. further. orderwl' that this oro''.. ba
doing. or puhlhhed" 0".. a week for four aonaa0utl,
business visitors to Brooker Satur
likely they'd hear to iuch, a story ? w..... In thai Bnulfonl. County Telecraoll. a
the-most"important meas- Everybody's dog got kicked around (To be continued) .. .. publbhed. In cald County and State.Thf. .

Probably House Joint when the house refused to pan Representative day.Don't forget there will be services April ,0th. 1,2.:,
W. ALDI.nN: ,
ure to be passed was Johns' House Bill No. at Rock, at the Primitive Baptist Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day ,.. ''So.n C,.." 01..1&) ""art.BII .
No. 541 Representative
Resolution by 681 which sought to place dogs in church Saturday and Sunday. DnuUlau refund' moony If \PA7O OINTMENT' fall* t .; O. A. KN'OJI'r.
Waybright of Duval, proposingan lo cure lichmil. miml.: Bkmlln or Protruilma 'r *Q Deputy Clark.
Section 9 of Article the ame status us other domestic file foetantly nrllevee* Id hiot" Pile:! *. saC you ..e'd.ar2- 5, .:', \' S CREWS.:
amendment to animals. The niger; in the wood pileerw"5 SUBSCRIBE TO TUB TELEGRAPH ceo Ml nxfaj eloep a/tar Bui atiulutkia.' :' We. Solicitor; for Complainant. Sllt82FRIDAY.
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I PAGB EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELB GRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1923.

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BROOKER i loyal member of the Primitive Baptist .
;
Bradford County Telegraph I -THE ART CRm er A 19 IIAPw, iI I church.
.. .- Brooker, May 22.-Mrs. A. F.
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Raulerson, of Okeechobee, who has
Published weekly and entered ask been visiting here for the past week """

second class matter, at the post t returned home Saturday. I( till "Ideal Girl" Weds [

' office at Starke, Florida ir"ar H. P. Gainey and daughters, Pearl {

-- -, --- and Vera, spent Saturday In Waldo. j
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B.-a.-MATTUBWS .-Own.r.J. ((4 'T THAT A Miss Evelyn Stump, of Starke, is
the of Miss Iris Brown.
guest
IIIlr. |
C. a061xaoN.Manaln.: Editor.
LOVELY p and Mrs. T. C. Hazen, of Cen-

_: = a PICTURE =. : ter Hill, were the guest..of relatives
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY here Sunday. \

.- -- ---- Mrs. L Morgan was the guest of
"' SUBSCRIPTION: KATE I Mrs. Hogan: Smith, of Sampson, last '

Per Year n' _______ $1.50 i week. I
News was received here last Sun- j
Six Months _____n_. TBe day of the death of Mr. Gene Groover. I

-' I He died very suddenly while on duty .
I I ae night watchman at a saw mill at |
I I Sumner. He was an old citizen of
?w%: I this community and was highly re- i S /
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spected. To mourn his death he leaven" J I ,
I a widow, Mrs. Frances Groover and
ten children: Robert Groover of "

Miami, John Groover and Mrs. Lydia j i i\

Crosby, of Jacksonville, Britton ,
Groover, of Coleman, Mizy aae .
+ / I II II of High Springs, Martha,
6RfltstM4 j'rE II I Joshua, Nona and Amy Groover'j Mlscha Elman, world famous
No.4954 Brooker. The body was violinist searched 20 years for the

( M'mlwrlih"|> MI ","II.mal, Highway : and buried at New (Hope cemetery.The "Weal girl" and he found Francisco.her In
.\ *'i< lilt llnl) I Helen Katten of San
funeral was' conducted by Elder | married,
Now they are
I J. H. Kelley. The deceased was a I
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Clarence Durr-iw f.uii'iulawyer, : II II I .=:!
who was instrumental, in saving [lamb) I -
A ERA6E V4 ii
and Leopold from the Callow, nays rHE CfTZENRj I We
"court: are simply cockpit for lawlyer 1 Oww Ml44Pf can charge your
to fight In." lie mould have added I ettoacr antu+ < YES 8 HRS

+, ,.."Nt money-0---, no (heht." I I Storage Battery In ISmith's

I
William Jennings Bryan left the

stage of a Rhode Island college the
other day in preference to answering Starke

a student's question on evolution. Garage
r Perhaps if a tree had been handy the Fla.,

great commoner would! have forgotten
his ancestors and taken refuse In It. .

I'o- .
They have discovered the "mllis- -O A.taa, t4 .I_ --

tnir link." It consists of seven miles -' GET YOUR '
Ridge sand Maxville on ft'lONEIPROl't1PTLY
of Trail near -- -- -------------
the BaJJwin-GainesvjlJe road, which and ashamed of you." wan a visitor here Friday. the annual convention of the Diocese I INMAN &, HITCH
I
l is fine concrete tho rent of the dis- Chase embarrassed, hud answered: Mrs. Foster Liddell and four children at Pensacola there will be service at,
tance.-Times-Union. The "link" will "No" when Mr. Brynn nuked "then of Jacksonville, were visitors 11 a. m. | REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

missing before many week and a'' you don't believe in the Bible?" > here Monday. We now pass from the thought of INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE

smooth, hud-surfaced. road all the Mr. Bryan declared! that real Quite a large number of young people our Lord's earthly life to his promise ;: ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,

t way to Jacksonville.AMERICAN science cannot conflict with religious enjoyed a social given at the M. of the coming of the Holy Spirit. BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

4 a -0-- teachings but said that evolution is E. Parsonage last Friday evening.Rev. Whit Sunday or Pentacost Is the birth- MADE PROMPTLY
LEGION CAMPAIGN not truth. Its exponents, he assertedare day anniversary of the Christian:
jw BET l-Olt NEXT WEEK enemies of all religion, not only R. D. Bevis, of Melrose, filled church. We see the change in the -
I Christianity. lie said he had come to his regular appointment at the Law- early disciples. "Ye shall receive pow- .
v'' Jacksonville, May 10.-Next week I Providence at his own expense to tey Baptist church Sunday morningand er after that the Holy Ghost is come,I' c -= ='--'"
.
i ? l. : every person in Florida will have an I bring his gospel of faith to the evening upon you." We see the church at' -

1 opportunity to show his gratitude to (Brown students. America has been work, the apostles going everywhere I
the boys who gave so much and to I C. R. Sapp, of Jacksonville, was
generous to him, he said, and his way preaching, teaching baptizing before
', the children of those who gave the transacting business in town Mon- 'ill
of showing his gratitude will be to the completion of the canon of the
mortal limit fight with all his ability against the ,, day. New Testament. The church is not> Choice tFr s:1:
This was the declaration of Col. teachings i of evolution. founded much book the
I Mrs. Roy Newsome, of Starke, so on a as on
William E. Key, chairman of the I I Detailing the list of degrees which spent Sunday here with her parents I personality of its Founder, who gave -
Florida committee for the AmericanLellion' I have been awarded him at various Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howe. the great commission, "Go,ye into all I IH
national $3,000,000 endowment I times. Mr. Bryan said: 1 the world and make disciples of all Hams 1

fund for disabled veterans and I "If these fellows don't quit calling Roy Mauck, of Jacksonville, was a nations." What the disciples went at
war orphans, in announcing an intensive |I'me an ignoramus I'm going to have visitor here Saturday. once and did is believed to be the result
campaign to complete the state'squota cards with all those letters
my printed I of our Lord's teaching duringthe
the week of May 25 to 30. I I after my name and then I'll ask any' James Rowe and family, of Mac- great forty days before his As nothing

Under the direction of Chairman son of an ape to match cards with clew y, were guests Monday at the cension.

Key's committee, which includes a me." I home of J. B. Rowe. Reports of services on Easter Day
more appe-
number of the state's most prominent The question asked by Mr. Caasidy' show that the attendance and offerings -
citizens: local endowment fund com 'was: I', The Ladies' Aid of Grace M. E. "
were unusually large. At the .
", mittees have been organized, in every "Isn't it possible that there may be church met with Mrs. G. W. Roberts |,, New York Cathedral two thousand '111'i/ff!; .sizing than a
where there Is Legion Thursday afternoon.
community a philosophy gained by evolutionary persons were turned away from lack '
post. These committees are on edge( thinking which presents a worshipand slice of our
I of room. Of the Fifteen Million Dol-
About loads of string-
twenty car
to go "over the top" and begin the reverence for future generationsas I'
?
lar
Campaign to the build-
active work of the drive. Leading citizens ideal and looks development beans have been shipped from Law- complete
an toward the We have them smoked
outside of Legion ranks are of Heaven earth tey so far this season, and still ship !ing over ten million dollars have been choice ham. or
upon
ping. Fair prices have been received.Mr. raised. Work has been begun on the
serving on them along with Leglon- through the use of science and is
r ;
I nave which will be five hundred feet boiled and fried bakedor
nairet and Legion Auxiliary mem- not thii ideal a fine and worthy one, I II Smith, of Jacksonville, was a I from the chancel steps. Recently a as you prefer, or
bers. I capable of producing a not less noble visitor to Lawtey Sunday. special service for held
nurses was
Chairman Kay expressed confi standard of cooked in other of the
i : when about two thousand nurses any many
dence that the state would donate its moralitllT"I BAITlSr ciiURCH: BULLETIN I
I dressed in the uniform of their
respective -
I. I full share of the endowment fund before have flavor will not
hospitals marched the they a
t the end of the week's campaign.He The regular services of the church up ways, you i i
I d, d ; said/ : Lawtey, May 22.-Mrs. Agnes McCormick I will be held on Sunday. The Bible I middle aisle behind the vested choir.
; Thus it is the aim to make it We have
"The endowment fund is a project of Gainesville, was a visitor school! meets at 9:45: a. m. Divine worship "house a" soon forget. anything you
of
t In which in Florida I< at 11 with a sermon by the pastor prayer for all
every person Monday at the home of her sister, and f
on "The Spirituality of Words." Above all the rush of commerce in the line of
should feel it a duty and, a privilege Mrs. A. A. trade above all may want meats.
Smith the
4" to have a part. I am sure Florida will I There is a profound statement of our skyscraperswith
'' respond to this appeal in the fashion Lord's found in Matthew 12:30: 37. their great commercial trans- .
Mrs. Charles Dinkins was a visitor .
actions, above all the sordid
'+ characteristic of her in all great This all worshippers are asked tol meanness -
patriotic to Jacksonville Friday.E. /
' undertakings" read and ponder before appearing be- incident to great metropolis Variety Meat Market
I will tower the symbol of the Christian .
The American of the fore God on Sunday morning. ,
Legion men i M. Johns, of Starke, was in faith.
state are behind the endowment campaign I town Saturday on business. The Senior, Intermediate and Jun- Phone 124 Starke
in a body and are receiving I ior B. Y. P. U. meet at 7 p. m., and ,
{ whole-hearted support from their Mr. and l\lr.:7\V: Andrews, Jr., I all young people are invited. Wor- METHODIST
communities, according to 11. R. and baby, of Starke were visitors ship at 8 o'clock when an evangelistic Next Sunday-is Children's Day at -- -

Payno, commander of the Florida de- here Sunday.Mr. I service will be conducted. Last Sun- the Methodist church, and at eleven
partment of the Legfon. day there were additions to the o'clock in the morning there will bea
"I am sure the people of Florida and Mrs. Bryant Reddish of church, and others are to follow this I program of songs, recitations, solos
believe that the men who sacrificed Jacksonville, spent Sunday here at Sunday. This is the family church, quartetts and readings by the
their health and the children who gave the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Red- so bring the little ones. All visitors'' children of the Sunday school, the Gk6.Aoc D.c1. +w..

their fathers that the nation might dish. welcome. A splendid group of linemen /name of the program being "God's eF .T tt
survive are entitled to everything we were present last Sunday, and Good Gifts." ,, { t1
can do for hem" he said. "I know Misses Rebecca and Eunice White- the glad hand awaits them again. Sunday school 10:00 a. m.
Florida will be head were guests Sunday of Mrs. W. i I I
behind the Legion to A. Colley at Starke. CIUj7lCH OF CHRISr" Preaching at 8 p. m.
the limit in the campaign next week." I :... I ",\ Saviour Who Sees," will be the Prayer meeting Wednesday evening :

STUDENTS HISS BRYAN Mrs. R. L. Hannan and Mrs. F. II. | subject of the sermon Sunday at 11 at eight o'clock. .
All members urged to be 174b -THOMAS JCFFtWON-l& Za S ,'
<
Simmons J Text Mark 6:48. presentand
IN TALK ON EVOLUTION were visitors to Starke a. m. The pastor will '
Monday. I endeavor to show that Jesus saw a cordial invitation extended to

Providence, R. I., May 15.-William much that escaped the eyes of others. the general public. tg Jefferson Gave .
Jennings Bryan, speaking in his campaign Robert Moore came home from I He saw when others did not see. And PRESBYTERIAN

,, "' against the teaching of evolu- Jacksonville and spent Sunday with that he still sees as of old and comes I I

h tion, was booed and hissed by Brown Moore.his parents, Air and Mrs. J. H.I to us in the darkness and In distress. Services will be held as follows: Us Our Currency

a University students lust night as he "Christ, the Only Divine, and Unchanged Sunday school 10 o'clock a. m.

it abruptly ended! the question period, Paul Dinkins, of Jacksonville, spent and Unchangeable Creed. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
w caustically assailed a student questioner Tuesday here with his family Text Matt. 16:18: Acts 8:37, Hob. 13: Junior C. E. Society meets at 7 p. T1L Thomas Jefferson 4
It President
was *no
p' and, left the hall. 8 will be the subject Sunday evening. m.

After the student, George L. Cns- Rev. J. E.: Hartfleld, of Jackson- This creed was all sufficient for the Prayer meeting 8 p. m. Wednesday.Choir proposed our present system of dollars, .

a' Ids, had stepped to the platform -Hie, and Rev. F. P. McCall, of Jasper I, church in New Testament times, and meeting at close of Prayer dimes and cents. He was a firm sup
W, and repeated his question at the ora- were visitors to Lawtey Saturday should be fore the church In our time. I meeting. f
l '4 tor's request, Mr. Bryan remarked I Belief in and obedience to Christ, I Subject of the morning sermon will t porter of banks and banking. }

that the hour was late and added: -- then made men simply and only be "The Universal
: : Language Conserve coins them In bank
place
"Ladies and gentlemen: I've come a Capt. and 1IrsSA.. Bryan, rf' Christians. Nobody was a Christianand I 1\Iuslc." your
long way to address you students of Baldwin, were visitors here Sunday:! something else then. And to the and they'll soon mount up.

S Brown University but I shall certainly and Monday extent a man becomes something I{ BRADFORD COUNTY REVIVAL

have to retire before this magnifiL Paul Mooro I left Monday for Jack I' else now to that extent he ceases tol: A bank account Is a distinct anchor to
dent, bubbling fountain of wisdom on sonvllle where he will be a Christian. For instance, if a'' Beginning the fifth Sunday in Maywe windward.
be employed In will conduct a revival for Brad-
my right. man should believe
wholly Mormonism
the -
I He left the stage amid hisses and Ford automobile plant.. i I minus the teaching of Christ he'',: ford county at the high school auditorium U you have an' account add to It.
Starke
-? boocs. There was no applause, although Roy Mauclc, of Jacksonville, was a | would cease to be a Christian al- services at 8 o'clockp. : -
only a short time previous the visitor here Saturday. together and become altogether a\\ m.do Everybody welcome. Especially If you haven't start ODe today rc
speaker had swayed his audience Mormon we invite all of the churches
I therefore, like Paul, we persuade |
i. with his emotional appeal for the L. A. Marr' was called home from I folks to be altogether Chris- of Starke to cooperate with us in this
I South Florida last week revival, believing it will be a great
protection of man's faith In God on account tians. Bible school and communion
at
against the teachers of the doctrine of the illness\ of Mrs. Man I I 10 a. m. All are cordially invited to'I blessing to each and all of them and ?r--T'- --- -=.-r. +III"_-v -:.-i ,. !", 'I !]1-1Tll: :' : 1g._....._.___ _

that humanity had descended from I come and bring their to everyone who will attend. Come
ot' Bibles.
Tom Berry, Green Cove out and let's
the lower anlmols. Springs have an old time revival Bradford
County
Before the brush with Cassidy, Mr. was transacting business In L8wte"l ST MARK'S CHURCH: of the religion of our Lord and Savior Bank.
several days last week. J Jesus
Christ.
Bryan said to another student, William Special tang s rrtc*I Bradford County' Financial
Sunday after Ascension each Stronghold
Day. night. Rev. E. D. Boyer
evangelist -
G Chase "I
L am sorry for you W. H. Edward., of Jacksonville, If the
rector returns in
time from will do the preaching. 5-1-5& Established 1889 STARKER FLA.





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