Bradford County telegraph
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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 29, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02283
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1879. Subscription':':'Per Year $1.50; Six Months, 73c.-Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Owner.
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Preferential Class I, I 13 Awarded I Ollls lido \eite-s lll|sl( .tglliltst Bill a.Jl'll"rh'd .
Four Roads For Clay' COllntyre lyy
I II j L "Howdy Kin I \ : l h> Committee. 1t,
Provided For in .Act One of I _
I House Adds. Amendment to Senate I These. Being! :State Itoadl A New Charity Slate Hond \)l'partml'nl"lIrd' Contract I''lah,' ,, ''. >', Mix :u0:,;. Although
: Stretch I ., ">f fiw, >iur-iii lid, sectionalism
for IlicihI.ind-Muxtillo
l No. 3. I II
Kill Citj-l'alatka
Placing I ?" Ill id,I on tlu I 1"f\ tlio sonata
Highway in hill After Its : ----- I I II Flu' state mini department) l.i-I t ttteek I'', iirniiiLi" the tippet\ i UutiMt passed
-To II
Rejection by Senate I Green Covo Springs, Ma.JJ.. II I \ iiu.uilrcl the contract! fur hard.uttm i "I1""d: Kiul, 1 lull on\ third and llniinliny. -
meet the road needs of Cln.county I "ritg\ thnt portion l of eta 11roml, u Only live votes wero cant
The house passed, Senate Bill so far as the county can afford nt I I I'm! teen between Highland and Mn\- .111.1 the measure, which had been /
No. 520 at its Wednesday. session this time and to provide the $100,000 I I' \ ,lie to a :Mr. Whitney, a contractor \o.ll'1 the belter (part of l? ,.' il.i'l i\-.
In almost the identical required by the State Road Department \ natniH
uith considerable experience in build- i rteicpresent, twtnlx-
form as it came from the senate, I for the construction of State I I in'L; roods in Florida. This nwurd v "'n voting I (for the? bill. +
the only amendment accepted Road No. 3 through Clay] county I II \w- held up for Hc-verul days on ",'- I'liemciismc'\ \ wl'lIl'cl'I substani -
being that ol placing the Lake I Senator J, S. Smith und Representative -I / I aunt of n tic between Mr. Whitm\ I i i Lilly' us it xxus repotted, by the com (
l'1I)'I'Olo1tl.ll short route in the B. M. Frisbee seemed the adoption -I I roAI and Mr. Gray: the contractor who i iniitt-e', although a desperate: effort ,

preferential class. Senator by the Legislature. of a special! '1'iiilt' that portion!, of state road thuecu '- I, xvns, mule by n number, of senators to
Knight! made n hard light to secure act creating a Special Road and through Bradford:! county. Tin.-,. hate cerium, roads. included in the
the placing of this. road in Bridge District In Clay county Thisdistrict IWo contractors also tied on, a similar 1'iefurc-ntiul.'" lists. In fuel, what light f fat.
the senate bill, but it is said lost comprises all of Clay county Kill t near II,.Lund, reuniting in t Inc mode on the' bill "WIIIIIII1'0und\
his. amendment b> one \ote. This except Specal Road and Bridge Districts .. I Hcl.aiul, contract going to Mr. limy i"n,'fcTc'iitialu, thc most consistent ;
measure, with the house amendment I two and three (the district i I II II II II anti this portion' of road thirteen to > ntomler being/ Senator:; Knight who
now goes back to the sen south of Green Cove Springs and the I 'Ir. Whitney.The fought to tho last to secure such a
ate and it is believed that hotly I I Keystone Heights district). The bill I I contract calls for the work of ilesicrnatlon for Road No. 28, extunditig -
will accept t the bill as passed! by 11 l provides for bond trustees and these I I -m'facing to begin within thirty days from Luke City to I'ulatka, via
the house with only a ten minor are named in the act and are: J. V ..mil Us completion! OH early us pusable oocTc l.ulu. hake Butler, Hturke. and Key a
changes. I Cnrnes, L. C. Lee, G. A. Prevail lI M. '--: stonci Heights.M .
with it time limit set at MIX
I Uoiid No. 28, or the Lake City. I W Griffls, R. II. Lee, M. Neff and A. cA"TEJilWm months. "Howdy King! In true American ; -. Knight first sought to strike all
I'ulatka Short Route S. Strickland. Those trustees tire to suioiulnry preferential>, ronds and
tra\erses H, Luden, wealthy manufacturer style brought forth a hearty I t ,
Columbia, Union Bradford Clay, serve until May, 1029.) of Reading Pa., has founda TUB K. K. K. I X I'OSB/ handshake from King George of then came' buck with un amendment
I'utnum counties, connecting at The roads designated to be built new way to spend money. All England for John Cownle of Pen I to strikelloml, No. HA, un extension
I'alalka with roads to the East from the proceeds of the sale of employees In his business enterprises lion C, II. Kctchum of Key West Moines!, la., who was seeing the from" High :Springs; ) to Perry, via Fort
Coust.It will\ unmeet up( the bonds are as follows: I who hove children In school! one if the state's noted speakers, nights "In London. '"Meet my ,son, U'Into, Hrunfcinl tail, Mayo. He said
towns of Lake City, Lulu Lakellutler No. 1 1. Road from Orange Park I now receive a bonus equivalent tot will In' in Stnike Sunday afternoon, King," said the smiling le.urKt 1111 he was willing to sacrifice this highway -
Starke, Keystone Heights, via Lee's store, and Middleburgthence I the amount the children could earn Shy, ::11.t 1 and will. spe-iik on "The KnKliiK His Majesty advanced to accept for fend Twenty-Eight.: He wee
and I'ulatkn in this immediate in southerly direction to intersect I _when they are kept It. school Klan ExpoTIl') speaking will the outstretched hand rciic-witig the uiisiic'fi-xsful light he p e

section, and giving road facilitiesto I the road leading from I the alter reaching the age of 14. I K .it, the city park( and all are unitid OF A>' KKIv: : hud waged the, .day before Senator S
a section not now well I provided I city of Green Cove Springs, in the I In tome out. Time. ::1:111.::! REALTY TltANSFKIta: Smith, likewise sought n t preferential> ( i

with hard-surfaced roads.x county of Clay, to the city of Starke I Thomas B. Ilnmby to John L. Harvey I for lloael Twi-nty-Eight and Forty-- tl
-- in the county of Bradford, at a pointat .lacksunvi1l310 acres in Eight 1 extending from St. Augustine ,
," Tallahassee, Ma.27.. : Another or near the Town of Wailer, here HOUSE PASSES BILL PROVIDING seition, of 10; 120 acres section 11 I ; ao I to Starke, via irocn; Cove Springs 'I,
tack was driven! in laying the carpetof inafter designated as. Road No. 1 of acres" section Hi, 103 acres section ,. but his amendment was voted down
progressive legislation over the said Special Road and Bridge District section IB 205 acres Mr. KnUht': hint stand for road
state of .f'loridllVhl'n Senate Dill No. ; provided, however, that the por- ADDITIONAL JUDGE FOR THE section|l.-i; 2 III 17 acres; 230 acres .section; IK; \lie Twenty-Right: involved I preferential r'
520 was taken up during the! morn- tion of this road from Lee's store to "l'lionI\ ) 205 acres section :20!t); for the highway/ after all pretend
ing cession of the house and after the MldeUeburg shall be constructed be- 522. roads, mentioned i in the bill, has been
friends of the measure with Mr. fore any other portion of such road. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1(115( acres, J. F. John- constructed but again ho lost. '
Stokes, as floor leader, hail fought off No. 2. Road from the city of Green Minnie Alma Johns! to '
all amendments that would vitally Cove Springs In a westerly directionvia sun-2 acres in town of Hampton, The bill as passed earrled tho folImving -

effect its operation, passed, it during; Long Branch, Waller, along the Tallahassee', Max -.>.--The hou-a- "anti I un 11.unit I..\ thn e M'clunu the 1'-7-22.) to Minnie Alma roods directing Bradford antiUnion
the afternoon session in substantially northerly side of Kingslcy Lake, I uieruuoa of the committee nl the lib" hills J. F. Johnson counties :
took up con- |pa.-Hge named as half block 12, Hampton.A. .
t the same form as it came from the thence in a southerly direction parallel substitute for House Bills :No..; 11 1 being one of the most e-r-worki'd, John*-West J, F. Houser-Lot Roml No. 13: Extending from
senate. I with the general shore lino of and 215 today, the former of which, in ,addition to being ,illy arranged of A. Futch to Cedar Koy to Fornandlna via flron
The measure is known as the state Kmgsley Lake to a road known as sought to authorize the appointmentof I any circuit in the state 101x378: feet in Hampton. son, Gainesville Starke, Baldwin and<
road bill, and amends Section 1, of Peek Road, and! thence westerly an additional circuit judge in the Whlo many circuits embraced only Hector Cameron to S. B. Grindlo, Callahan
Chapter 9311, Laws of Florida of 1023 I' along the general route of said roadto eighth judicial, circuit, while the latter one county, and others but two this of Duval county-20 acres In Wood- Road No. 28: From Lake City to
designating and establishing a hereinafter Palatka, via Lulu, Lako Butltr, k, .1
sys- the Bradford county line would have created a new judicial ore had seven, reaching in a shoestring lawn.W.
tem of state roads. designated as Road No. 2 of circuit to be known as the twentieth from the Georgia line down T. Weeks to J. P. GI'een-Tract Sturke, Keystone Heights.Roaci 1 )I
Some seventeen minor amendmentswere said Special Road and Bridge District. judicial circuit of the state of Flor through the center of the state to the in 4722.:! No. IS : Extending: from St.
adopted all of which, with the No. 3. Road from said city of Green ida. Atlantic] ocean. But this premise did W. T. Weeks to D. J. O. Green Jr. Augustine to Sturke, via Gruen Cova r+ i

exception of one, may be designatedas Cove Springs In a northerly direction House Bill No 14 had been intro not satisfy the opponents of the -Tract In 4722. Spring' 4
clarifying! : amendments. That along the route selected or to be selected duced by Representative Johns, of measure by any means. They did not A. G. Brown to R. It. SmithTractin Road No. I 11I-!) Georgia state lint
amendment was in the extension of a and designated by the State Bradford, while No. 215: had been introduced believe there was sufficient legal 28 & 211- -21.G. approximately north Macelenny! toNewbtrry ;
preferential road of the second class Road Department of the State of by Representatives Ellis and business in the circuit to justify two C. Sweat to Sara E. Sweat-5 Macelenny! Sapp, Utti-
southward from Lake City, by Lake Florida for State Road No. :3 to the Eaton, of Alachua. The committee judges, and it was openly chargedthe I acres in 4-7-22. furl. Lake Butler Worthlngton + ,-
Butler Starke Keystone Heights Duval County line, hereinafter designated substitute provided for the appointment : movement was ono manipulatedby Santa Fe Lake Development Ct). to Spring> und Alachun. '
Palatka to Bunnell. This amendement as Road No. 3 of said Special of an additional judge, which the lawyers designed to give Mary A. Dicks-:20! acres In 23721.: Road No. nil: Elllsvillo to Lake Butler :-
was considered a meritorous as af- Road and Bridge District.No. was deemed by the committee as Homebody a new berth. This was disputed K. D. Curd to !Davis & lullllcyI ] via Providence.
fording an outlet to a district that 4. Road beginning at a pointon sufficiently caring for the crowded vehemently by Mr. Johns, who :! aeros in East Starke 2S-I1-22. I Governor Martin has signed the
row has limited road facilities. State Road No. 3 and running, 1 condition of the courts in the eighth read statistics showing that some J. F. ('011l' to J.i (', & C. F. Hoover I bill authorizing Bradford, county to(

Under the I provisions of the act,,, westerly via Russell and thence to, circuit. 1,350:> civil cases are filed. In the circuit -I.u!. r.3x3.l: (Cherry street Starke. :, issue bonds far htlrl. urfllclnlr the
the work now being: done on roads Rideout Ferry hereinafter designated | That circuit is composed of the courts of the several counties I D. P. Chacklefonl !to I J-::. W. Hayes Luke Clty-fnlatkn short route
NOB. 1 to 5 inclusive, and road No. 8 HO in 13: & lM-rt-22.:! : through this county.IN 1l
as Road, No. 4 of such Special], counties of Baker, Bradford Union, during the course of a year. acivs. _
i- not to be interfered with in the diverting Road and Bridge District. 1 Alachua] Levy, Putnam and Flagler On roll call the bill was passed.in :-. oYuNi JUi'ir;fi-rs; count ;!
of funds or removal of equipment The roads shall be so constructedthat I

until these roads, its now designated they shall have a lime rock base Starke StateHeadquarters Son Dixon, colored, drunk and disorderly 1
as preferred, are completed, of not less than 6 inches compact ir: no.\U CAMP MOVED I a few days, while the third near pled, guilty; lined $100 and ,
There are 62 roads set out as state I ( thickness with such wearing surface, I FIWIX"ILI.E the end of the grade at Maxville, will I costs or six l months,
roads while ten of the same known as I and treatment as said board of bone I :i *- be completed before the surfacing James<< !inward, colored, having Intoxicating
f 71013 14 16 17 21 21 27 and forty- trustees! may determine, excepting,. l Capt. J. S. McNeil moved the con- crews reach that point. I liquor In his l possession
five miles additional to be designated Road No. 4 herein above defined. I vict force from Muxvillc to :Marianne M. B. A. plead t> guilty lined $50 and costs and
I Wednesday, the grade being complete Mrs. II. and daughter, I
the L. nrowntce.
b>' the state road department and I The total amount of tho bond is, :III) days In default of line und cost '
federal government, are included in I sue provided for Ii $515,000. This I and ready for hard. .urfacinll as soon ,' :Mary and Mrs. Harriet mitch have an additional ISO days"
what is known as the 7 per cent, follows as the bridges are complete. Two ofI' returned home from DoLnnd, wherethey I
amount is to be apportioned as Mr. II. C. l.andrus.tats managerof Jim Wilson, colored.., in possessionof .
I these bridges will be completed with-I visited Mrs. J. E. Futch. "
highways : :33 per cent' to Road No. 1: .. U I I Florida. has selected Starko a- liquor OH seller, plead guilty; fined ":j
SfKANGEIl DIKS SUDDENLY\ j"c'e; t to--Road; No. 2; 19V4 per cent::1 I -- state headquarters from which the $IIi! (II and cost* and :M\ days. In default .
I to Road No. 3; and 2.0 per cent to rent of the state will \bl' c-uinpaitcnud of line. and costs to serve 5 additional i
John Svitak a resident of Newburg I Road No. 4. I for the Modern Brotherhood of month-
N. Y., was taken from the mid- i All matters connected with road Did You Ever Stop To Think? America. Jim Wilson, colored, persistent pistol
construction will be handled by the I The M. B. A. has only recently toter plead. guilty ; lined $1C>0 and
before bond trustees. I been admitted to this state, and Wets or six 1 months. r

I PI' Parks, who had been summoned By E. II. Waite Secretary, Shh.wn.ee, Okla., Board of Sturke is. proud to havo been selected Joe Clarke, running car on rim on
,bv wire to meet the train. Acute in- TRANSFERS OF : Commerce. as the center around which this work state highway, plead guilty; flnel
J:,,'cstion was given as the cause of STARKE PROPERTY will be developed throughout the $1 I0 and costs 'or fill() ) ,Iuy... '*

his death. He was enroute to Tampa. i THAT the public wants good soatnnablo: merchandiseat state; This Insurance company i is ------
The body was. turned over to De- Included in the list of propertiesin reasonable prices. operating upon thu American Experience TlltliSliAY HALF HOLIDAY
t Witt C. Jones, funeral director, and Starke reported sold during the Tables of Mortality with a 4 TO I1KOIN: NEXT WEEK

!prepared for shipment to Newburg. last few days, but not tiled for recordin THAT if you have the right kind of goods, service percent interest. It Is the! piom l cr in -
the county clerk's office up to Wednesday j and<<1 prices let the people know shout it-Advertise I, tin adoption of a legal reserve buds, Tin- Thursday half holidays will begin .
HANKS:-. CLOSE WE!).. JUNE: 3 night are the following: : und, it is ntated has more money behind in HUrko next Thursday, June
Burns residence property, Madison every thousand dollars of insur- .Ith, to continue through and Include L
Wednesday, June 3rd, being a : street, L. A. !Davis residence property THAT advertising and service sell goods ant ,. in force than any association inoperation :September; llnl.. The following burtnvRH If'
leirnl! holiday in the state. of Florida i,I south side of Madison street the THAT advertising brings business. with assets totaling eight houses have agreed to closa their

(Jefferson. Davis1 birthday) the ,, store building on Walnut and Ninth THAT poor goods and service' lose:' business. millions. places of buiiness' each Thursday at. .
hnnk- in Sturke will he ,closed for Bennett for ternoon at 1 o'clock
streets occupied by Grocery The M. B. A. does not operate :
| THAT customer who leave tore without the
business' on that date. All persons' the Scott Drug Co. building on N. every a profit, thereby giving its membersthe Bradford County Telegraph!' Mal'I I
having busineswith either of the j Walnut, the T. N. Kendrick property goods he came to buy, shows! something in maximum amount of Insurancefor guerite's Shoppe, J. M Alvuro, J, W.
bunks are requested to call on Tucs- ( M. L. Johns residence Madison wrong with either the goods, price or sere, tho minimum amount of invest White & lion, .F. ('. Hulllngsworth,

day June 2nd."COW" street Bishop cottage, \V Call street, THAT if this happens often in a store, something ia ment. Speaking on the matter of insurance H. R. Nonius! Bradford 'ounty Bank
; I Eastman residence, Call street, U. D. wrong with the business. Mr. N. T. (itch, president of i-Witt I C. Jones, City, Biii'.er ShoP ,
HILL I PASSES Church Bank told one N. Sternberg, F." F. Stump, Bank of
Miner residence property ] the Bradford County ,
HOT II HOUSES l SOME business men had better get busy and do some
street, Ktcklitcr store building, corner 'I' of the association's! representatives Stnrke, Variety Market, J. F. Kick-
Mayor[ C. L. rkwas notified by Call and Walnut, Stump's residence -' thing and do it now that ho wished ho could in somo man- liter, W. II. l'-rktnM, J. W. Morgan,

wire Wednesday of the passage by Thompson street, Jay S. THAT many business men should have a wider visionof ner mako it compulsory for every Highway Market Hart Furniture t
both houses of the "cow bill" for Brown residence Walnut street. ]I, modern business ; a vision which will lead person earning a salary to carry an ('0", A. M. Darby:! Hoover Dros.,
Starke, authorizing the town to pro- the way for increased opportunity and increased adequate amount of life insurance, Steam Pressing Co., J. C. Manning, f
hibit the roaming of stock of any EIJtH'PED( FOR DCCO WORK Ii business. and was well pleased to see this campaign S. E. Moore, F. U. Hommingway, S.
I launched with Starka as headquarters R. Johns A. II. Green: Bennett Grocery -
kind on the streets and their THAT if you have good business, ADVERTISE, AND '
pounding. Although the wire didi, Starke now has a shop where the KEEP IT! ( 0., Consumers Lumber Co. .ii
not state the bill carried a referendum finest class of auto painting can be The campaign is being conducted Customer arc asked to bear this
it is understood that it will be secured at a nominal cost, Smith's THAT if you want greater business, ADVERTISE, by Messrs. Carl Courtney and' JoyWheeler losing hour In mind and place thelf
submitted to a vote for adoption orl' Garage lately securing the equipment'' AND GET IT who came from Kansas with orders In sufficient time for all\( dell"t t

rejection by the voters of Starke. and sole rights for refinishing cars THAT you can make quicker profits by quick turn- Mr. Landrus to work as special sales I cries to be made before the agreed 'I
by the Duco process. Only the high- over of stock. men, and to assist in organizing the time to close
r materials enter into this of this state. They
of sales department
est grade
ANDREWS-ALLEN must THAT if you don't have quick turnover, your stock and PelUlacoIa-lIenr/ Ellis: Thompson,
work and the operator i both capable men
Mr. T. J. Andrews, of Lake Butler, class of will depreciate in value. are young a young student of Howard College,
skill in properly refinishing their efforts strong organization -
a :
his through
and Miss Lois Allen of West were also show
Ala. who with at
Birmingham partyof
quietly married Sunday In Lake But- an automobile before he can THAT you can't "play dead" and get anywhere. will be established in Florida. )' chums started to enjoy a week'

ler, only a few friends and relativesof become a Duco representative. since'Mr. THAT the man who hesitates too much la lost. N. B. Hull U attending.. to convention camp life near Florosa Ion, la the
the contracting parties witnessingthe Smith has completed two and cars several THAT hit-and-miss methods In business don't pay. of postmasters in Miami this southern part of Okaloosa county,
ceremony. Their many friends installing the apparatus week. lost his life in the undertow
with them all happiness. more orders have been booked.


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FRIDAY MAY 29,1923.
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I WHAT WILL TilE FUTURE BET I and you will see more large ficld I two classes of men it is on the roadto visiting! relatives here this week.

Ii The McClintock Case I Forty years ago;:the tenth of next fennels growing than up in you hog ever weeds saw and in your dog Tell decay me and what ruin.will the future be? I Mrs.in D.Raifortl B Browning the guest spent of Sunday her-

June, I came out of college. Taken I J. T. BARNES. daughter, Mrs. Arthur Crews.

--- I chary:: of my first school. It was a life.The second cause i is class legisla- : --
-- i oi.i.-room school, with one hundred tion. Letri-Mtion has been for the WOODLAWN When washing delicate laces dis-
.old-r"ed- anti Reid Like Fiction. Shepherd Faces Jury pupils grades I; class instead for the masses. We Woodlawn, ray 22.-Mrs. Walter
Romance-Heath. Murder from the kindergarten up to the know this must be true because all Valences and children of Jackson:, tag water and it will give the desired
On Charge eighth grade. stiffness to the lace.
) class of men are prospering exceptthe ville, spent Saturday and Sunday ,
court room ;its a The school law forced me to teach producing class for they have
In a Chicago I here with her parents, Sir. and Mrs.
lawyer-interested in ., inminilCM eight hours a day. I was paid thirty i gone down from seventy-five per centto D. B. Browning. A TONIC

an ha has never been inter" 't< d! dollars a month for this teaching; I less than ten per cent. Mr. and Mrs J. M. Norman were Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores

before He i il William JJarlinnhip: cleared about as much money then as1| All history teaches that when the visitors to Starke Friday afternoon.Mr. Energy and Vitality by Purifying and

herd, now on trial, charge> l with I.,iv"- I I clear now. At the present time, I am !I wealth of the nation got entirely out and Mrs. O. J. Phillips returned ] Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its

I. Ing killed hU "millionaire orphan t required' by law, to teach at least i I of the nation that nation would to their home in Miami Tuesday strengthening. Invigorating& effect sea how

ward, Wm. N. Mcclintoek) with i- I five hours a day; and have only one crumble and fall. I think that It is after spending two weeks here the It brings color to the cheeks and how

phold germs. or two grades to teach, for hun,1dnlnn.1 i nothing but equity and justice for guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.D. it improves the appetite, you will then

tie In the evidence now being introduced I095? T am paid from one hundred dollars to one month. I each class to own fifty per cent of the L. Phillips. 1 appreciate iw trUe tonic value.
the State will attempt to show M twa I I am doing about one fourth a as I II of the nation, that is the professional Mrs. J. S. Norman spent last weekin Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic ,is simply
that a plot more than twenty yearn NM class and the producing class eachto Valrico and Plant City the guest I Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
nruh work I did '
forty ,
old existed in the Shepherd home to" I, as years ago; own fifty percent of the wealth of of relatives pleasant even children like it. The blood
I d clear but little
obtain the McClintock fortune. ;J' "> very more the nation. We need the professional Mrs. E. J. Rosier and children needs QUININE:" to Purify it and IRON to
than I did then. '
Shepherd and his wife, Julie (; : :>n r.tj rhiss) and we need, the producing class.I spent the week-end in Jacksonvillethe Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs aqd
Shepherd, were co-guardians ',f I I' orty years ago one railroad hands buiieve; that when any nation falls guest; of relatives Grip germs by Its Strengthening Invlgor-!
/; much work three
"Billy" McClintock through th'I'I II f ,i, Jwill do as do The as railroad below fifty( Ifty 1: in respect to these Miss Louise Hill, of Plant City, is > sting Effect.: 60c.
of Mrs. McClintock who ,1.,1 1 in 10'1: i i- now. -
,'.d i'j I
were required to work ten --
,thMn. ---- ------ -
The Shepherds were 1J\ 'W> w
i ir'n day with no over time. Now | I
McClintock at that tim.: ',
Shepherd and Mrs. Mc'lin'"ck hn.- 'f!' are required to work only eight iv.pv7sN' HAS ciQNB FROM 6Ao WELL FoL'

log been school day friend Met 1 In- Jra day with time and half u< '' FOLKS Q VwDCSB AN1 I HfSO MONEY st1s7's lit' LOVA
tock, Sr. was killed in an autonv l b,,,r r time. Then they were paid 'II BABLV i HOPS i LAND THAT '1 NUT6 C tP tIN L-ICOQ.I, -
cents arc' ALL
accident shortly after the birth < r per day now they OUR TO6 TO-'OAV DOWN) AT TM'UNTIL I G'E7
"Billy" which brought the !h'ph.'ro1' 1 from two to three dollars a day) 1 I II INSANE ATHIS FEULOVIM < RIGMT LOCk'IT
I I" rty years ago statistics !show! f@/LUM HIS CELL F2ED 'V-iAT NUT
into the McClintock home.
million'j! TOWN LOOK ABOUND 1 FISNIN'1 ouT
Young McClintock, who ha,1 I jn : I I II A BIT WHILEVOO'BB OF A PAIL

pasted his twenty-first birthday: art 1wai j /n, ,ilt,.m:Ilionaires; then the WAITlN \i-
engaged to be married to M I > produe'l
"' (power of the nation
Isabella Pope, died in the Sheph'' rd- i I'' letter than seventy-five Right I .
McClintock home December I 1<24.!
I. ; At
>.f the wealth of the nation, now the
A will drawn by Shepherd and attested -
producing power owns less than ten Home
by Shepherd's house servant a I 4,
per < cnt of. the wealth the nation. I re ;
few month after young Mcrimtock I What will the future he? -

had reached his majority, made the I You ask yourself the .
mny question, By L
Shepherd, chief beneficiary. It aNo :
I how did this wealth get out of the I a.
provided for Isabelle Pope an annuityof I handy of the producer and get into .'EdwardMcCclJough 0
18,000. I the hands. of the professional class )j o
The fact that Miss had waited I
Pope -
of c-
men ? We all know that the school ti
outside the sick with license (
room a II t"a.> her, preacher, lawyer, doctor, J y
to marry him, as young :MeCllntock -, Ii i merchant, banker, railroads, corporations | A1JTOCASTER / _

died, attracted publitat-' and, all the officials of the 11'0\,1 j
tention to the '
case. .+
c-rnmdnt do not produce n single dol'l
Rumor followed rumor as to the attitude THINK I'LL Go
inca worth of the wealth of the na-1 WELL 8BOTHEQ. HOW
of the Shepherds toward their for ', CVEft AN' HUMOA. YOU'RE TH' __
lion' every dollar that this class
ward's flnancce at that time until, the I of HIM ALONG A BIT MANY HAVE SOU
men get must
come directly
or in-1 = TENTHHistory
district I CAU61b-DAs ?
attorney took notice and an
d]1,1., < tl Y from the producer. i
investigation was started. To my; mind there are two distinct ,
The Investigation developed evidence ,-: ofI I
'entile that brought this condition I,
which brought Harry Olson
: a
ntrmr shout> :: ((1)) Something like n .t.'
Municipal Court Chief Justice into
quarter| .of a century ago/ the laboring/ s09s
the case with charges that the plot i classes of
I men began/ to cry out :
of the Shepherds to obtain the Me-
"more money and less work," this |,
Clintock fortune also the
slogan began/ to bo practiced by all
I Tc j i Lnb
deaths of McClintock's mother and I classes of men and has gone on from

Pr. Oscar Olson, the judge's brother I Wm.D. Shepherd, accused of time to time until at the present we |
who had, been the McClintock'H physician. I
killing Wm. McClintock his '"mil have almost eliminated the work entirely -
.""' lionaire orphan" ward with ty and want all and
In the midst of a coroner's phoid germs, as he faced the court work. In proof of this money fact the farmer II eo
which Judge, Olson instigated, Shepherd trial now in progress at I
ask almost ''
was indicted March 18th, this Chicago. The State Is working for may any young man' y
year. hanging. Below, Mrs Shepherd, that he meets, "If he wants a Job," I
who was charged with being equal- the young man will reply "yes." The
The disinterred bodies of Mrs. Mc- !lytgullty but was freed when theI farmer may say, "well I will give '

Clintock and! Dr. Olson, burled_ sixteen I I Grand Jury refused to Indict her. you so and so to plow for me" the I ..

and three yearn, respectively, revealed young wny will reply "I won't plow

mercury In sufficient amountIn IM.NK: HILL but I will drive a truck or car forI I .
Mrs. I -- ---- ---
McClintock's body to have If -- --- -
you, you will give me so and so." '
caused death, examiners say. Misses Ruby and Jessie Mae Harvey Hence, the class of men that feeds

The confession of C. C. Fnlrman, of Hampton, spent Sunday here and clothes the world from the gnatto
head, of science with their cousins Misses Clemmieand the
a school in Chicago, elephant Is handicapped and
that he hail, supplied Shepherd with Lucile hail made powerless. Another proof of thl
Mr. and !Mrs A. r.Hall and -
typhoid germs, taught him to keep fact: You travel the high ways of
them and administer them-and that Margie, were visitors to Keystone our nation and to the right and left

ho was promised $100,000, la the Heights Saturday
state's strongest card. G. W. Sheffield! and Walter Payne SEABOARD TIME TABLE
Fairman were business. visitors to Stnrko Sat-
was jointly Indicted with

Shepherd but granted a separatetrial. urday evening.! (In effect May 10, 102.1.)
Mr. Branard Harvey and daughter, :
Mrs. Shepherd was named in the Miss Myrtlcc! of Waldo, were the No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives :

verdict by the coroner's jury an being guests of Mr. Harvey's uncle, A. C. at Starke 11:14: p. m. _
Hall and family Saturday afternoon.Mr. No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville arrives -
guilty with her husband-but was
and Mrs. Batten and family at Stnrke 5:23: a. m.
vindicated when
a grand jury refused
to Indict her. had as their guests a number of No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives a ri

That II the "McClintork case" to their friends and relatives, of Thereasa. at Starke 11.02 a. m.
No. 4
datt. It IB holding the interest of the Tampa to Jacksonville. arrives -
whole nation as the trial Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bugg and son, at Starke 4:20: p. m.

What will be the verdict? progresses.\ D. L., of Wildwood, !Mrs\ Owen No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville

Bryant and daughter, Helen, of {Wal arrives nt Starke 0:00: a. m.

ALL FILLING; STATIONS do, and Miss Ruby Harvey, of Hampton arrives No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key

IN SOUTH l\KOr.V AUKt were the guests of their1 !uncle I nt Starke 5:00: p. m. ,

I t 1- DKDEIIKIl; TO 'UT TRICE A. C. Hall, and family Monday.\ 1 I No. 1.91 Starke to Wanree leaves

.... I. 0. Johns and son, Thornton, of I, Starke 7:40: a. 111. '
Hampton, were business visitors in (Daily except Sundny)
Mitchell, S. D., May IS.-F. W. No.
our section one day last week. -.- 102 Wannce to Stnrko arrivesat
r Marmon, state director of gasoline Mrs. G. F. John, nnl daughter, Starke 3:15: p. nt.

sales, ordered all state filling stationsto Doris, and ML; felolae McDoniel of (Daily except Sunday) it
cut their price of gasoline to 10 V4 I" as
cents today after a thirty dav r ..";;, were with frolnda hero Saturday No. 7, Jacksonville to St. Petersburg
(Orange, : Blossom Special) duo
dod, during ivhkh
fl data ,.r. Marmoncompiled ) !Mrs. Branard Harvey and children, at Starke 2:10: p.' m. --

rya. -' Zo which the state of Waldo, were the guests of !Mr. and No. 103 Jacksonville to WfH Palm :.Alai-1----

_...,e sales commission may base Mrs. A. C. Hall and family Wednes Bench arrives at Starke 10.15 1 a. m.,

a fair price to dealers. day. 1 stops for passengers for points be-
Prior to the reduction order the I tween Coleman and West Palm Beach
state sold gasoline for 21 cents. This Not having time to cook carrots for No. lOt West Palm Bench to Jack- One hundred years from now the history of Starke and
price was made on nn understandingthat dinner In the usual WRY, if you will
during the tvt period a three I, first put them through the coarse sonville for arrives Jacksonville at Stnrko 6:17: p. m., community will be written in less than one hundredth of -

cent margin over the refinery price, I grinder of the food chopper, they stops and beyond

plus the freight and the state tax cook very IJIl o'klylnd are u change I passengers. T. J. GRIFFIN the words now necessary to tell you of the happeningsand

would be observed. I from the old ,
wny. 1 Agent. I developments each week. But who wants to wait a

Habitual l Constlpatlc'.i Cured: hundred years to learn what is going on?

In 14 to ;21 Day '
LAX-FOS WITH Ptl'SI.S: : i. i sptcin'ly-
When are a subscriber to the Bradford County Telegraph -
l prepared( SinipToiilc-L.i\iti\e for Habitua1 you
Starke Growers Associationwill I Constipation It relies'j promptly und
have placed before week all the
you you every news
should be token regularly for 11 I to 21 days!

hold a basket picnic at the Kelly School, on Starke I i to Rrttulutri.Induce ttulur Very union.Plcunaiit It Slinriintet to rake and 60o of the day. Included with this news are the advertisementsof

and Lake Butler road on I per bottle. your home-town merchants offering you new and sea

sonable merchandise. Reading the ads only each week is

Friday, June 12th 666 an education in itself.Subscribe. .

a prMcrlpUon lot

Malaria, ChilU and Fever
Ytti Reserve the date June 12th Dengue or Bilious Keer now for the Telegraph

II kllli the ...m..

To Stop a Cough Quick Only $1.50 per year
Come One! Come All!
t tike HADES' HEALING: llONEY.! ncouith
I rn.-iln-ina which' saps| th,' cough by .--+-I: i:: -4 --
healing the inflamed B..d imtHt.-d tissue
Everybody Is Invited
: SALVE; fur Chest &>lds. Head Colds and

Commissioner L. M. Rhode of the Florida State Market. Croup .Is enclosed with every bottle' of Bradford
HADES' HEALING! IIlJ.""iEThe salve County Telegraph
ing Bureau will be with us and other good I should be rubbed 1 on the i best and throatof

and instructive speakers.J. i children suffering fn,m a CuM or Croup.
The "..IID8 eff-il of Hnvi" Ural'etfee.yIn-
I side th.beset rombiaeit rah th-t hfA tar.IT ct of '
<;.nivr CM'cn Trite Slv. ttm.iiuh t'ie torn of "
L. UNDERHILL, Chairman of picnic committee I fi* kla soon imps a mush
they' '.noed".re" (Mckr uftb +cumblo IrvatliX'nt t t.JV ,
Just ask your druggist! for IIA YES' .


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HOW'S THIS? FISII AND GAME FcrnanJina-Site to be purchasedfor
new building
News Florida in Short Paragraph 80 what we: claim for It-rid your .y.t"mof ?
Catarrh or I>.*fnwa caused by Tallahassee, May 20.Breaking a ,

Catarrh HALL'S CATARRH MKDirUlIS! eon- WEEK\ EXPECTED TO two-day filibuster, the house of representatives
News Inu. of an 8ulc5l7R.Ilev. late today passed the bill
:J'rtnn'I:: :;
Live State .. th. "a t1 and providing for the
creation of
t.<>,9! Internal Medicine a Tonic which a state
ate through the Blood on the Mucous AID ORPHANS' FUND fresh water fish and game commission
Rurfac., thus restoring normal condition < by a vote of 02 to 20. B YFQ

Told Bolil by tfrURtfMa for over 4O T ara. The bill carries an appropriationof .
by Our Exchange E .. Cb
Prominent State Leaders Invite I

I istercd severe floggings to these alleged To No material amendments< were
Tallahassee-The agricultural department I I increase of 29.1 per cent compared negro peons. Every Community Help added to the original !bill passed

reports that there are $3,-, with $145,321,000\ in 1921 says the American Legion Provide For last week by the senate but it will

736, 155 worth of farm machinery on I United State Department of Com- Tampa-Tired, dirty and hungry, Cure of Disabled Veterans and be referred back to the senate to approve 1
Florida farms. The actual acreage in merce in an announcement received what amendments were added '
but with their love for the great out- For Care of Helpless Babies of
cultivation excluding 12 counties, here summarizing: data collected at doors still undimmed seven youths I !
Say "Bayer"-Insist
Which did not report is 1157895. the biennial census of manufacturesof ranging in age from 8 to 12 years? Former Service Men.COLONEL. I t

Tallahassee-It probably will be two years ago. were rescued after having been lost'"] \low Sugar From NVood.they're For t :tlhl" I ul.iclw
for hours in the dense making
the eighteen silentnul oroo &
middle of
October before final Bartow-George W. Oliver of swamps in the region of Lake Thonotosassa . and official census figures for the I "Rookery Plantations" vast of DarI about twenty-five miles north +rR can take n ton of im" ,iltm ,and get i i'I'

11 State of Florida as of April 15, will i I tow, reports having received $1,150 west of Plant City. Except for soreness quarter of n ton of sugar out or It :Nt'urtli.l
be ready for release according to an for the first carload of watermelons 1 The
of feet caused by exposure to process consists> i nr luntlnu tbt ,
.I! announcement from Commissioner of shipped from the plantation this year. the waters and mire, the young tt'r- I Btwiltut Into n closed retort mill cuts Accept only .1 1 1z5

Agriculture Nathan Mayo I The melons were shipped to Cleveland were none the worse off' for their experiences Jet-tine It to digestion with n ""iik n(\ a2" Bayer packar'

l'ensacola-IIenry Ellis and averaged approximately $1 when discovered pert'h,11on ,l tntlon of sulphurous nrlil<< under, n pros ,,

(Lt a young student of Howard Thompson College, I each at wholesale. With the exception a log in the heart of the swamp i nitre of from ninety to one hundred : w liichcnnt.iins. proven directions, (p d dIlsndt

d Birmingham Ala., who with at party I of two car loads o: Cuban water- lands, by members of an organize 1 I'' pounds to thi, square, Inch. KlKhty: pot "n"x'o\, of 12 tablet i I

{ of chums started to enjoy week's t I melons shipped to New York early in posse of several hundred men, who, cent of (lie sugar thus oMnlueil In fey I Also uoltli'D of 21 I 11I11-IJrIlBtrl.ta\ ( ( '
iti a j the week the Uurtuw melons are believed mcntnMt' The product .. called "11:1.: ,
.. life Florosa Inn in then searched carefully and hopefully fur + Ai,shin' h tin I- 11% in irk if lluj'r MnmiUlluru -
camp near I to be the first of the J2J: crop the children. ehul.....>." I ( of MvUkJMLlUUkltltalur' ut tUllollUlOlll'
southern part of Okaloosa county
to reach northern! markets.
J, lost his life in the undertow. I t
I'ensacola-The visit to this city I
";.; Grand Ridge-The seining by on- llrooksville-Plans for the early of E. C. Yellowly prohibition duet er or a I tractor, Inil that know ,

r 5 commencement of actual construction of Washington and the in M enough I.. mark, ,
known persons of a lake in this presence i.jii;
;.j, county, depleting it of practically all work on the connecting link of the the city of J. N. Hildreth in charge Weeiij The linvormnont may Investigate

fish, has caused citizens in this section Seaboard Air Line Railroad between of the customs !service in Florida, ThtS I but it won't ilo much to pro- .

f' to send many telegrams to Jackson Orooksville and Inverness is indicated gave rise to the belief that the government t'-ct farmers from cutthroat manl-
county representatives in the in the fact that construction engineers contemplates fringing the "ulation until it Imitates the t
:>>!: French Government.That .
: legislature urging laws for the protection under John O. McClure, of the Gulf Coast from Key Went to Texas .
Jefferson Construction with a "dry" armada similar to the nation panned" a law to
::1' of fresh water fish. 'I Company, punish with imprisonment with
'.'!' ; ;; have moved into Brooksvilto and armada which has blockaded the WILLIAM E. KAY. I hard. labor for lit. certain Linda
New Smyrna-Cranking a truck have leased offices in the First Na- New York coastline. The discover I) of grain wimbling.
while it was in gear resulted disas- tional Dank building. during the past few months that liquor I Executive Chairman of the Florida I

terously for II. M. Abh, of Oak Hill, I is being smuggled through gulf I State Committee of the American
who is in a hospital here. The truck und Last week led by the Rotary J
LUKe L 11)-1' ort Vvhitu! bus Joined ports transported through the Legion Endowment Fund for Disabled Chili, the business men of Denver,
pushed him through a brick wall I|I the oilier progressive! communities! in country to the north and middle westis Veterans and Orphans of standing: in silence for two minutes
causing injuries which were at first believed to have resulted in the ByACCURSED Arthur Rii&bane
I me suite uy providing itself wiui a Former Service Men. prayed for ruin, and, the next
thought to be critical. Ills conditionis chamber ol: commerce, r or some! time government's decision to take stern night, in almost every part of the '
reported improved. I measures to blockade the gulf coast State, ruin fell in torrents, and the
I its people have telt the need of a
against> rum runners. Every community In Florida this DISTRIBUTION. weather bureau announces more.
Palatka-Two thousand eight hun luuuern eummerctal orgmizaLwn,
Is share of
i week expected to raise Its SAMUEL RUBEL. HE SAVED.
dred acres of land in Putnam and central
some clearing for
I agency Bradenton The tomato acreage of the state's quota of $35,000 for the Nothing could IIP more edifying,
Alachua counties have been sold to their activities. Their hopes were consummated Florida has increased from 18,01U, American Legion Endowment fund THEY PRAYED, IT RAINED.WE but farmers In Colorado. are PUI- N
Burt Brothers of Palatka and Joe
at the meeting held in the cleil.. They cannot tinderBtuml why
acres in 1U20 to 50,070 acres in 1U24, EAT TOO MUCH.
,It Hammontrce of Hawthorne by the the Interest from which will\ provide 1'rovidence should the
school house when sixty enthu- answer
over says a statement issued here by SI.li. .. .
Knowles Realty Company of Miami siastic boosters of the community fired Ensign, entomologist and plant for the cure and assistance of Ills. --'--='--== prayers of business men that only

announcement said. The consideration ableil Will''eterans and will care for It costs to Hack dual in crops after ignoring the
of more
with the spirit progressiveness pathologist of the Florida Agricul- curry a
1 was said to be 75000. A new town- prayer* unit, heavy losses of the
site is planned. that pervades all Florida, organized tural Extension Service. The announcement the helpless orphans of former servo of potatoes from the train to u farmer that RAISE the crops.!

I themselves to place the advantagesof also pointed out that the ice meu. store In New York City than it However, Uie ways of Providence u'

Ocala-Elmer Anderson, 2D, will Fort White before the world. annual income derived from the to- Many of the states of the South, does to ship the suck 1,100 miles are beyond, hum'm understanding, ,

have to pay with his life for the murder n.atoes> raised in Florida now aver- having set tlio, lutes for raising their by railroad. and farmers oiiflit to know it.

of E. J. Schrubb, Jacksonville Bartow-Two are dead anotherso age $10,000,000 which is $2,000,000 quotas of tin national fund early, have The farmer raises the calf, weansit

public chauffer. He was found guilty badly injured that death is momentarily !greater than the gross", income of its completed their wuiliVhon the sub. feeds it, feeds mud milks", the It ill possible to be a criminal

without recommendation by a jury' expected and two others nearest competitor celery.l j Tlitlons are minimi Saturday, It l Is Brown cow, and Bets for the milk and not be a complete. fool. Harry
bones and other injuries The for the four Valkos, of Pittsburgh, makes and<
suffering broken acreage )years it predicted that Florida also will bu
in circuit court here which verdict quarter of the paid by t
money sells bootleg whixkey. lie tells
which will keep them in bed is stated is ten times that of celery over the top if everyone docs his", part. the that drink the milk r Il
carries the death person
automatically sen- the Judge: "It Is nil right to sell,
for weeks, as the result of failure to but the return per acre of celery is Thorough oiKunlzatlott work has been
tence in Florida. You cnn brinK freight across the but to drink myself, nothing do-
stop an automobile while a passen- 1877.80 and that of tomatoes is done under the'able leadership of the Atlantic or Pacific Ocean for lens InaOnly fools drink now; wise

Fort I'lerce-St. Lucie county shipped ger train crossed Orange avenue in $297.50. Despite this difference In re- state chairman. Colonel William E. than it costs to take It /iicrosM, the one sell." q P
the first carload of pineapples of this city. The party was on its way to turn per acre the tomato crop is saidto ICny, of Jacksonville, working In conjunction North River in New York City.

the season to Cincinnati. The fruit Tampa to visit a daughter of Mr. and i iIrs. be the greatest economics truck with other prominent leaders The curse of business is Hi,? high
was from the Wiliam McClure place !\ Sellers who is attending schoolin product of the state. and legion' officiate Colonel Kay Is cost of distribution.; Productionw Business! on a big ocala 1 III grow II
I ing In big things and little .
II solicitor general of the Atlantic Coast understand in distribution. thing
at Ankona, and was handled through that city and who was to graduate.The we One chain of grocery stores doei 'I
the St. Lucie county unit of the car in which they were ridinghit Tampa-Direct information was Line railroad. are as backward as FIJI Islanders a business of more than $352,000,
Florida Pineapple Growers Associa the side of the locomotive. filed by Tom Walden assistant coun- Among the well known men on the 000 a )'el1r.
ty solicitor charging assault to state committee are Hon. Cary A. Samuel Rubcl came from Russia
tion. com- One fi;(..and, ten cent store chain
West Palm Beach-The Palm Harden of Live oak former gover/ a few He hadn't
mit murder against three men of the years ago u a little while ago announced an its
Scbring-Announcement of the sale Beach county crusade against rum Orlando district. They are Dr. W. L. nor, F. C. Alderman. Ft. Myers; P. dollar, but lie ,did\ have a distinct ambition it bu '1I8S>4 of ftO,000,000

of 68,000 acres of land lying south running! is unrelenting so far as the Simpson Orlando dentist; If. L. Mil- K. Yonge, Pensacolu. John II. Carter, Idea that a dollar was. worth having u year. It ,does now more than

and west of this city to an eastern sherilf's olllce is concerned was proven Icy, chief of police at Apopka, andC. Barasota; Isaac Van horn Halnes ; also he realized that the only $200,000,000/ a year.
again when Deputies Elmer Pad- City V. II. Wilson Palatka; A. O. way to have many dollars In to
syndicate for about $752,000 was O. Mahairey Apopka fern ; In retail business there U unlimited +
grower. the first few. A little while
made here by W. F. Ward local representative gett and James Sutton cornered a The charges grew out of the assault", Campbell. DeFunlak Springs; MinorS i-ave ho coal for prosperity for the man
of.Bureeries and Chipley I I rum laden craft in the canal outletat E. P. Jones III, Tltnsvllle.; Perry Q. Wall, ago was peddling a that understands the moaning and
on Martin, former county solici- living.. today he IK head of his own
Co. This is the last of the socalled"cheap" Stuart and confiscated the boat and tor of Plant City. Capiases will be Tampa; E. A. Davis Gainesville; C. $50,000,000: ice and I coal concern. USA of the throw mnirlr.. word -

I larift in the ridge section and I II 78 bags of bottled goods. A truck- served immediately !sheriff L. M. W. Cobb. Milton; W I,. Straub St. \ ounir gentlemen, ti pays to lavteven "OlttJANIZIO" DEPUTIZE:: SUPKKV1SE. -

I already, offers for portions of the |I load of the illicit liquor made good its Hires stated. Martin was "seized, as he Petersburg; C. C l.anlor Avon I'ark: a LITTLE. .

tract at a price double that paid by escape before the deputies swooped left his law once in Plant Gerald, Hates Plant 'Ity; Bryan S. --
I City plac-
Peroboiton, Sarasota : II. P. Munch; Professor Max Rubncr of Berlin
down on the vessel. Likewise two or
the about
syndicate $12.50
a acre ed in an automobile by five men and The prices of automobile tire
Glenn II Splnk Avon Americans rat- the
three climbed the side Ilradenton; says more on
have been received Mr. Ward said runners over have from 10 to
taken gone up \
to a point near Orlando where
Galnosvllle 11. L. :3,808 calories daily-
of the boat and made their in Park ; I. C. Lynch ; cent in London. gong average
escape They ore
he alleged his abductors mistreated", than other nation. England: ..
Bradenton Anderson Ocala ; T. D llowen. Lake any
\ Sixteen-cent gasolineis the darkness while the deputies scour- up here. If you need tires go and I
him. A warning never to return to o. J. A 1111", ,.. Starke J. Leo comes next with 2'J'J1 calories.
believed by promoters of the Six- ed the vicinity for them. City, ; ; buy them. They will be much
teen-Cent Gasoline League to be assured Plant City was ignored Martin go- Anderson l'onsR'olaV.; U. Keen, dearer! before they are cheaper.The It It certain that thin countryeats
consumers in Bradenton, Manatee Live Oak-It has just been given ing back to his home several days Pensacola: F. W. :McKwen Milton ; R. too much, and, wastes aboutas

I and Palmetto. Money with whichto out as authentic that the purchasersof ago. A. CJrey. Tallahassee; Dr. J. W. Raw.. United State; Government keeps much us alivp.as It cats.One quarter Half we keeps eat

equip and conduct an independent the Suwannee Springs properties Ocala Elmore Anderson was lings Daytona; Herbert Dyer, Hastings investigates! what happened to the doctors alive, and ono quarter
plant for distribution of gasoline has near Live Oak are well known bank- found guilty of murder in the first ; (harles A. !Mills Miami; wheat when the price suddenly, supports the undertakers and cemetery -

been contributed and arrangements I ers and business men of Jacksonville, degree without recommendation for Joseph lilttendon, Sanford ; besides dropped from $2 to $1.40, making owner Rat: half, leave the
have been perfected for purchase of and that Robert I. Wall a prominent past and present officials of the 'million* In profits for "shorts.! table for ten minutes ami once
by circuit here
a court
gasoline direct from the fields of the realtor of that city is at the head of for mercy the of jury Legion 1 hey ore gentlemen( that never digestion starts you'll know jou've
slaying E. J.
Schrubb dug in the luound. barvest- '
Middle West.PcnsacolaA. the company. The syndicate name for Jacksonville public chauffer/ who was Appeals for Support ran a eaten enough. li

the new company is Ca-Tu-Ga-Wa. shot to death near Ocala two weeks Colonel Kay, In an appeal for
posse continues to and it is stated positively that asso- The united support In this stat for the I
ago. jury deliberated two hours
search for Frank Lang, negro, want- ciated with !Mr.\ Wall in this develop- endowment fund said:
ed for the shooting for Dave Gaskins ment project are a number of capi- and thirty-five minutes. Anderson "No greater endeavor over hat I ;
broke down when the verdict of guilty !
turpentine operator in Calhoun county tnlitu who have unlimited resourcesat been undertaken, in America The
and a son of a witness in the fed- their command, and who likeIr.! was brought in against him. The public !should consider, It a privilege!' .
verdict of
eral court here in the case guilty, without recommen- the disabled '
peonage Wall are enthusiastic over the valueof to participate In helping
against Charles Land and M. U. Davis the proposition and the possibilitiesof dation for mercy automatically car ,etl'rRIIAlnd In coring for the! babies '
and others. The shooting occurred in I its development. ries a sentence of death by electrocution. of mOil who gallantly laid down their I
Schrubb was found dead with
Calhoun "
county. Gaskins was not live for thnlr country.
., seriously wounded. The men were Inverness-The long hoped for ex- five bullet holes in his back near II. II I'ayneI'' '" Commander, of I

quarreling, witnesses said and the tension of the Seaboard Air Line Ocala on the night of Memorial day. the Legion on th,- eve of the Intr-n-1.

.j> negro fired. railway connecting with other im Ills car, in which he had taken a pas- Ire campaign this week, said: I

portant points not at present directly senger from Jacksonville the day before "Tbe legion ha. been fighting MICHELIN 't

i.; Plant City-Frantic parents andy reached by rail has become a reality was mUaing. A description of every step of the way for the rightsof

:w..1 every able-bodied man in Plant City according to information received the machine was broadcast and Anderson the ,disabled In big national rauifB I '
: are making every effort' to find traces here. It is stated that the connectionof was arrested when he attempted affecting all of thorn and In lndl\ldusl, t "Comfort": Cord t tJ

s(" of seven boys who are lost in the some twenty-two miles between to sell the car in :N'athville' Tenn. Instances throughout the country for

dense mazes of the swamp-land Inverness and Brooksville is being ItOREE FINED:' ONLIQUOR: six years. The legion believes thin "
around Lake Thonotosassa, after an surveyed and will be completed by work must bo enlarged and be assured You
attack by n party of drunken revelers. fall. This will make a third line for CHARGES of pnrmannnc by tbe establishment can now get

County officials and a posse of 150 the Seaboard in the state relieving D. W. Boree, living in a houseboatat of an endowment fund. As 1

"men from Plant City have organized other sections of the Seaboard sys- the foot of Jackson street in Jack- to the orphans, we owe an obligationto balloon tires for ,.l

searching parties and every road tem there and resulting in operating sonville was fined $100 by J. J. Beck- them and their fathers wo never i

within a radius for twenty miles off economics through shorter routing. ham, municipal judge, on charges of can pay."
'" the lake are being scoured. selling whiskey. He paid the fine. JamesV.. Morris, Past Commanderof your present car _
Pensacola verdict of Florida, call tbe
guilty was Bores the Legion In
Tallahassee-Value of products, at returned in federal court here only last week completed a endowment fund not only a task of
thirty-day prison farm sentence without changing ,
factory prices of manufacturing establishments against five Calhoun county defendants similar charges. The heard on duty hut one of haste, "for every
in Florida aggregated who were tried on charges of based on a police allegation that was moment's delay mians ono more ,
$188,2:>8.000 in 1923 representing, an having violated peonage statute. Royce[ sold veteran hat died without knowing rims. I '
some alleged
They were released under bond for poisonoull"shine" what a grateful country has done for
to Harry Llvaulals !May ''SIt'l
sentence. A sealed verdict was handed his welfare. .
COFFINS to the court and was read when street which nearly proved fatal to "The legion has been caring for "
& CASKETSAnd the latter. No evidence supporting Eparii-t'wd. lsabspmeers.sr.IniJ.. /
Judge William Sheppard reconvenedcourt. these men, but now needs a fund toInure ....
the In jf comfort f>(**' yearly .n.I ttf f
a Full Line of The defendants M. B. Davis police charge that the "shine"was permanence" Mr. Morris said. ".n....... cMJurt,. ,In ir, onJ car,
poison was introduced ,. .
becausea ''''"itttfhaflffw saw MlcHffiA
Und.t..".,. Smpplic Charles Land, Will Proctor Frank 5.00O Orphans Helpless
chemical analysis has not been (:om/.,.. Cor J offtrt".,.... It *J Iun1big ..
Daniels and Cary, Whitfield' receivedthe made. force "Today there are 35.000 orphan of .. a. ofdtnary' coda. .U 'n"" ..*!
AUTOMOBILE HEARSE verdict with little emotion. Davis was fined merely on the fallen veterans In this country. Five to only half ifer....*.....anJ.MU eaSMITII'SjGARAGR
selling charges."I ..-'Iw..._ >rtc,.
Always on hand. The best *er> and Land are prominent turpentine thousand .f these need help now. J *

vice at the lowest price Special operators in Calhoun county. The oth- got a bite! I got a bite!" sang The government has neither the ma

attention to telegraph order er three men were employed to help out a tiny girl member of a /fishing chlnery nor the method of dealing

*. Registered Embalmer. supervise the negroes in their tur- party from Alabama. with orphan and ha* no way to

pentine camps. All of the defendant But when an older brother hurriedly search for and discover veteran. In

DeWITT C. JONES were charged with having forced drew in the line there was only a distress The American Legion \
negroes to work in Davis' turpentinecamp bare hook."Where. through its 11000) posts In every ; STARKE. FLA.

STARKE FLA \ I against their will and to have is the fish ?" he asked. corner of the fnlted State., becomes

administered or caused to be admin- "He unbit and div," said the child. the g.nrto carry on the work."

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-- .. --------- ---.-- I I family, of Jacksonville, were Sunda NEW RIVER brief statement as to the purpose of I'I I private denominational interpretation

r i visitors here with relative. I the offering which is used for general of God's word.
New River, Slay 29.Mr. and Mrs. I Sunday school work A goodly collection -I Sunday 8 p. m. "Christianity: How

= Mrs. E. S. Dickerjon, of Bunnell,. Bin; Keice of Lake Butler, were visitors | was taken for this purpose, thaI It Works. Every member in particular
Ii have been pending a few days herewith here Monday. I plates being passed by Hazel Adkins'I should hear each of these serf -
; i relatives. Misses Onie and Donle Rivers, and Eloise Ritch. m ns. The publk in general is invitedto
Alphie Hodges Allen Thornton and f attend.
I i "I Would Be True" was sung as a
I Mrs. T. C. Sick and daughter, Miss :, George Rivers, all of Starke, were trio by hire Emily Philips, Mrs. F. --- -
Buna, of Charlotte, N. C., joined !Mr. I visitors here Wednesday. II. Long and Col. C. L. Peek, and as a I ST MARK'S CHURCH

Sisk here last week and are located Mrs. Thomas, of Palmetto, spent closing number the entire school I I The service for-Whitsunday (or

Eti lhulI' + til nnd" KM! I in the J. J. McLeod's residence northof I j the weekend here with her mother, sang, "True-hearted, Whole-hearted."' I Pentacost) will be at 0:30/: a. m. Ift
town. Mr. Sisk is section foreman Mrs. Bill Johns The Cradle Roll babies werebrought 'I l I will be the usual service for a festival -
for the :S.:: A. L. railway in this sec | Mrs. N. G. Moody was visiting to this interesting service day.

FRIDAY AFTERNOON :IolrI.I.. 1 It Heudnnbaugh: / this week.L. tion. I I friends in Starke Saturday. and formed a beautiful picture as I We commemorate at this time the
'/UIJaCLl U \ A. Wynn was. a business visitor I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johns, of they came forward in response to the '| birthday of the Christian church. It
1 to Starke this week. W. E. Torode was a visitor to I{ Starke, spent the week-end herewith roll call by the superintendent of the lias passed through various visci-!

Mrs Edward Burns was hostess to I Mr. W. II. Smith and family from Starke Sunday.-- i) their daughter, Mrs. W. M. cradle roll, Mrs. Perryman. Each tudes in which (treat men have appeared -

the Friday afternoon bridge club at Knights have located in the Croft Mrs W. II. Biggs and Mrs. E. B. j Hodges. baby and small child was handed a I having a great inf uence in
her Kingsley Lake cottage, where sie! I residence on Main street. Mr. Smith Wells and little daughter Martha, 'i George Rivers spent Saturday here white rosebud when they came for I molding its character, but always it
delightfully entertained her /guests holds a position as depot agent. spent from Friday to Monday with $ with friends ward. The members on roll are Tom was the church which received its divine -
with a porch party. I T. M. Hagan was a business vlsl relatives in Brunswick, Ga. Donald Adkins was a visitor to Griffin Ritch, Gloria Johns, Emmett I I gift on the day of Pentacost. The
Mrs. S. L. Peek made high and the tor to Starke this week. Starke Saturday. Key Perryman, Jr., Ruth Elizabeth one thing that distinguishes the

hostess presented a box of corre Miss Annie Ruth Peeples is Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mauck and I :Mr. and :Mrs. Jeff Davis, of 1-aw- Wyman, Jean Collins, :Mary Harriet : church from all other institutions is

spondence cards as a prize. Mrs N. ing this week in spend.'I'I friend, of Jacksonville, were guests tey, and Minnie Hodges and sisters, Bishop, Harold A Bishop, Jr., LeEtta its obedience to the presence of the

Wainwright. made low and was guest of her uncle, Moltry Roberts. Saturday of :Mr. and :Mrs. B. L.Blanchard. Rosa and Classie, spent Saturday in Corpening, O. L. Haynes, Jr., Jacque. I living Lord. St. Luke in beginningthe
consoled with a bathing cap. After Mrs. E. W. Rowe, of MacClenny, Waldo with Mrs Jim Koone and other tin Andrews, Virginia I.ylenderson, first book of church history refers

the prizes were presented the hostess is the guest. of Mrs. Rowe's mother, I friends. Leonary Foster Smith, Jr., Carolyn to his former treatise (the Gospel)
served dainty refreshments.. Mrs. W. M. Jones and sister, Mrs. Mrs. R. L. Hannan was called to 1 Miss Erma Andrews and Mrs. M. Elizabeth Starred, R. O. Stevens, Jr., I about what Jesus began to do and
The guests enjoying the afternoonwere W. L. Bugg this week. Jacksonville on professional business. I'i F. Wiggins were visitors to Starke :Myrtice Elizabeth Stevens. I I teach. Jesus wrote no book but others
Mesdames N. D. Wainwright, I Saturday. When a cradle roll member reachesthe | gathered his words. lIe "began
J. Andrews Jr. S. Mrs. Carver and son, Billy, who A. L. Taylor was a visitor to and up
J. C. Hoover, W. Mr. and Mrs. M. Thomas Alphie age of four they are both do
years pro to and teach" and others wentforth
L. Peek J. L. Peek G. M. Inman, O. have been the guests of Mrs. Carver'scousin Starke Sunday afternoon. of Starke Sunday I
I Hodges spent moted to the Sunday school. The following to his teachings to the
1 y L. Beasley, N. Sternberg, E. M. Mrs\ J. F. Johnson, returned here with :Mr. and Mrs W. M. members have recently been I world. He carry established His church with
I to their home in Jacksonville last SAMPSON CITY
Johns A. Z. Adkins L. Wyman, J. I ,
e Hodges. promoted: Nettie Storman Dowling, its mlnistery, its sacraments, its
M. Mitchell, Misses Mablo Weller, Tuesday.Mrs. Sampson City, May 29.-Mr. and Mrs.. I M. F. Wiggins and Jewel Inman Green and N'. T. Ritch, Jr. teachings, as the extension of the In-
Aileen Alvarez, and Mrs. W. B. : W. B. Alexander and tlaujJh.ter Mrs. Carl Wynn and children, of Lake : Wiggins were visitors to Lake Butler I carnation and gave it the promise

Davis, of Madison. !Miss Wilma Pearl, attended the Butler, spent the weekend here with'1 I Tuesday. CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS: that he would be with it to the end of
miscellaneous shower given in honorof Miss Iva Hodges spent the weekend

MISS CrrI1',\LJIIOI.jiVES) I-LA.: Sl'TICOLLEfE HE- II Mrs. Raymond A Thigpen of Wal relatives.:Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns have in Starke with her cousin, Onle Lake Butler, :May 23.-Court convened he world.

do, !May 25th from 4 to fi. p. m. moved back here from Jacksonville.We Rivers. I here, :Monday, :May 18th, at PRESBYTERIANThe

From the Florida Flambeau, pub Rev. Hicks preached at the Baptist are very glad to have them back. i 10:00: o'clock, a. m.
I church last Sunday morning and eve GRAHAM usual services will be held in
lished in Tallahassee, we copy the ning. :Miss Davis, of Gainesville, was a Court called to order by the sheriff, this church Sunday.
following concerning a Starke girl: business visitor here Friday.T. Graham !May 29.-Dewey :Murrheewas His Honor, A. V. Long, presiding. Sunday school at 10
"Mona Alderman, pupil of Gladys The tomato packing house is open V. Willams, of Sumner, spent a visitor to Hampton Monday Grand! jury WitS drawn as follows: Preaching a. m.
Comforter, gave her Certificate Piano and J.-F. Houscr is buying and shipping the week-end here with his mother, afternoon. D. T. McGill foreman, W. J. :Markham Junior Christian/ at 11 a.Endeavor m. and 8 p. m.
at 7
Recital on Thursday evening. She offered tomatoes. The market is ready Mrs. Josie hall Mrs J. P. Roberts returned home U. G. Sapp, Henry Rosenburff! m. .
a program which made more and the prices are good. Despite the :Mrs. Jim Varnea and children of 'last week after a month's visit with M. E. Loadholtz, S. R. Roberts R. D. p. Mid-week
technical and artistic demands than drouth the tomato crop is large and Starke visited relatives here recently.B. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts. Lee J. F. Dyos, J. L. Shallor, C. B. day proyer service Wednes
evening at 8 o'clock.
Is usually expected from a candidatefor they are coming in by truck loads. S. Jones, of Jacksonville, spenta :Mrs. Levy Johns and children, L. E. Hewitt, M. C. Rosier, S. B. Hendricks Choir
meets at of
a Teacher's Certificate. Her open- The real estate business here this few days here last week guest of and Pilhcnia, of Jacksonville, spent Sam Summers O. :M. Shaljor, T. S.I I meeting.A prayer
ing number was the Mendelsshon week is too 'numerous to mention. his mother, !Mrs S. E. Jones. last week here visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Mann, N. E. Roberts, Hardy Harris, I cordial invitation
There are so many deals and so much Mrs. Lester Kite and :Mrs. J. W. James Graves. Ben extended to all
Fhantasie, op. 28, and l she closed with L. Duke. I. S. DICP sworn as foreman the above services.
two movements of the Bcettoven C. I swapping done here some days that Dyal motored to Starke one day last Mrs. L. E. Johns, of Jacksonville, of Grand Jury. The Grand Jury morning
Major Concerto. The Rachmenlnolf when night comes the people hardly week. and :Miss Dunie Graves were visitors elected D. T. :McGill as foreman. Visible Subject of sermon: "The

Valsu in 'Major was charmingly know where to go to roost. Mrs. M. Varnes and daughter, to Waldo last Friday. The clerk issued a special venire Seen and and The The Unseen.Invisible" or The

played and there was lovely nuance Mr. and !Mrs. J. C. Dubose, of Vera, Ethel and Mr. and Mr*. Jim Varnes Mr and Mrs. I. W. Dyal spent the for 12 men to serve as petit Jurors. .
in the Hrahma-Grainger Cradle Song. I are the guests of Mrs. Dubose's parents were shopping in Graham one day weekend with her parents at Ziff. The following cases were called UNION TEMPERANCE: MEETING .

Miss Alderman's playing is charac- I this week, Mr. and !Mrs. David last week I. W. Dyal spent Monday attend- Blackshear Mfg. Co. vs J. M. Farlick, A union temperance meeting will
terized by poise and dignity. She hasa Jones. Lewis Parrish, of Waldo, spent the ing to business in Starke. the A. P. Brantley Co. garnishees, be held in the Presbyterian church the a.'
clean technique and a deep ,understanding Mrs.. A. A. Futch who has been weekend here with relatives and Messrs. S. W. Thomas and Lee Farmers and Dealers Bank, claimant first Sunday night/ in June. All the l,
which she brings to her interesting visiting her father, Mr. C. A. Bishop, friends. were visitors to the county seat Tues :Motion to dismiss. Motion denied. Ex churches and the community Join in
interpretations." of Fitzgerald< Ga., returned to her Mrs. J. N. Thomas and children day.Mr. ceptions noted. these temperance meetings. Next II.
While attending the Florida State home here last Saturday.Mr. visited :Mr. and :Mrs. John :McKinney and Mrs W. P. Dirt and children Court recessed until 2 p. m. week the full program will be given. '
College, :Miss Alderman has been and :Mrs. O. Haynes left Tuesday of Graham, Saturday evening. Marvin and Flora Belle, of Sheriff returned the following pet This advance notice is given that all
clan representative for two years on for Winter Haven where they will Miss Ethel Varnea visited relatives Louise, were visitors here Sunday it jurors: J. J. Cox, J. M.: Roberts G. pastors may arrange their services.



25 per cent off on every dress in stock. 150 Silk and Cotton Dresses to select from



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the students government commission. visit i their sun, Bin HuNncs. I in :Miirke' last week. ,' afternoon. D. Fuirtloth C,, G :Meeks, C. A. Savage NOTICE OF ELECTIONn
She was a member of the Sigma Del- Rev Dudd/ mill. mm, of Keystone. C. 13. Brown and son, Odus, and M.\ Ogden was a visitor to :i-Uatke' J. M.\ Uou :lu.-", E. B. :Mil.ood, !
ta PI, a local honorary fraternity, the'''Heights, were business visitors. here Jim Varnes were visitors to Starke ( Saturday. N. II. Hurst, J. I. Waters, Lee Bran- "f FI\;, ''h-mil I"the aer"Hmnl MUD. of) in Public them Iiutruotton by the 1 law of \

II requirements being that before nt this. wti'k. I Saturday. !; Dr. :\lIdtll ton, of Starke, was a nen, E. L. Rogers, R. F. Rivers. ,Urn.If.1.1.) Counly. Florida' ken-by calls an
student receive a bid to this fraternity visitor. here Case of F. Dob. tcctmn lo be hold tn lirooker tub school dietritl -
can L.\WTEY I.ucian Thomas spent the weekendat I Tuesday. on, plaintiff vs J. on I utwday .June JD, 102.. for the pur-
they must make an average of Luke City guest of Oren and Willie I :Mrs. Annah Youngblood and little R. Townsend, defendant, replevin. l>OWl' <>r tlcctlnv three trustee and determlnInit -

ninety-two per cent for five consecutive Lawtey, May 2V.-A son was bornto I Harper. daughter Geneva, of Waldo, spent Jury returned verdict in favor of the iiurjintr Hit amount two of tar mmmrc.. .\. T.la bo Stewart.nsxiied John for
semesters, nlso take part in college Mr. and Mrs. Grady Lanier last Mr. and :Mrs L. Morgan -and children the first part of the week with Mrs. plaintiff.The ShruiT and fur. Leland Brown. an appointed
manager said tleetlon.L.
This local fraternity
activities. week. of Brooker, visited her sister, James Graves. following true' bills were found W. KICKLITER,
recently merged Into the national fraternity Mrs. W. H. Smith, one day last week. Miss Ruby Dyal spent the first of by the Grand Jury-G. W. Croft, Chairman.
Phi Kappa Phi Miss Alder Mrs. E. S. Matthews and son, of I :Mrs. Nirlam Wynn, of Graham, :;'; the week with her sister, Mrs W. T. Madison Mathis, Willie Jacobs, Lea- If. B" 1t'ICGINSSeerotary.: : 0-1)1-6-23)
man U also a member of the Kappa Starke, were visitors to Lawtey Mon visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I| Wasdin of Waldo. mon O. Rivers, and S. J. Thomas.
Alpha Theta Sorority. day. I.1. :McKinney Sunday. S. W. Thomas spent the weekend Leamon O. Rivers plead guilty to .s Fi.s.tars a 1 S4+..i+i+Dtr3

June 10th, :MU Alderman will be with relatives at New Augustine. charge of aggravated assault; suspended -
graduated with a B. A. degree, from Mr. and :\Ira.UIayo: : and little I BROOKEK J :Mr. and Mrs Raymond Brown, Ira sentence. Help .
the Florida State College. The Bradford daughter, Ada :Marie, of Jacksonville Wilson and Miss Eunice McKenney S. J. Thomas plead guilty to charge I

County high school is to be congratulated were week-end visitors at the I Drooker, May 2l .-Mr. and i Mrs. 0'1 j'were visitors here Sunday afternoon. of manslaughter. Sentenced to 5 HOBO KIDNEY AND BLADDER
on securing the .services.. of bole' of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. :Moore. G. Strayhorn, of WaldoTere the :i! Lee Dyal and J. Pope, of High years. REMEDY

Miss Alderman as teacher of EnglisH I guests of :Mr. and Mrs. E. M. IIar.cn.Sunday. Springs spent Sunday here with Grand Jury reported true billagainst
and Mrs. L. H. Hill and L. II., Helps the
r. relatives., kidneys eliminate the
and history for the, rmninir term. ::: I I Harold Illgginbotham for desertion -
j'r..were visitor f. Starke :Sundayuljcrnoon. : E. C. Long and children of Hampton Mrs. Percy Jones and children, and poisons of the >.\ stem.
-- -- -- -- -- non-support.
MRS. SCOTTENTEIITAINED: were the guests of G. B. Colson I II |: Corine nnd Colon, spent two weeks HitfKinbotham appeared in court The irifyinir qualities of Hobo

: CIRCLE: Tax Assessor. N. P.> Wainwright, of I Sunday. I II i, with relatives at Tampa. and agreed to take his wife and sup- Kidney and Bladder Remedy should
Futch and Mrs. L. R. Byrd and children, Guy, not be overlooked and should betaken
Sturke, was in u>\''T. Monday.\ Mr. arid Mrs. I. H. port her. Case continued by consent.
The anti business meetingof I I :Misses Beatrice Howe and Piullne Theo and Murrhee, of Sulphur Court recessed until 0:00: a. m. when your system is poisoned
the Baptist program. missionary society was Shipman Sapp came home from Rhoden all of Lawtey were the Springs, are visiting relatives here Tuesday. from inactive kidneys.

held Momluy afternoon at the homeof I Jacksonville and spent Sunday with ', guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey I this week.t'IIILUREN'S. Case of State of Fla. vs F. O. Get a treatment of this money-

Mra. V. A. Scott, with twenty his family. 1 Sunday. DAY AT I Rawles, charged with assault, was back remedy. at your neh hborhoodtlruJrotI.t. I
I A. J. Wasdin, of Tampa was a '' /
pressed the defendant
members present Fred :Moore :;;;d'Clyde Rowe, of THE METIIOHI3T CHURCH Write, for freetory of
{ visitor here Sunday. to the /' discoveryof
Mrs. Ci. W. Alderman had charge of here with pay costs.
the program, the subject being the Jacksonville spent Sunday I II. P. Gainey has been in Macon The annual Children's Day service : -- this imleiful/ Kidney and Bladder -
relatives. 1 i Ga. attending to business for the H.UTIST CHURCH BULLETINThe Renu-dv
Southern Baptist Theology Seminaryof wan held lust Sunday morning at the
Louisville Ky. After the leader Fonzo Griffis spent several days in 1 past few days. I Methodist church the title of the HOBO :MEDICINE COMPANY
members of the church
I L. L. Morgan left for Sun I
gave an interesting talk on the subject Jacksonville: last week. I Tampa program being "God's Good Gifts
day where he will spend few days. I congregation will be pleased to know
there was. n round table discus a and an appreciative audience listenedto Beaumont Texas
sion. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Fryer and B. C. | V. V. Hazen, of Waldo, was with the songs, readings and responses' that the Woman'sllssionary: Circle
.i..i +!.!. tfi. ;
I will have 1+ 4tsaNotice
charge of the service
Jr., of Gainesville, were guests Monday friends here last week. on
During the business session Mrs. A. ; by the children assisted by the choir.
M. Darby, l president of the society, of Mr. and :Mrs, J. L Harrell, Mrs. Emmer Fowler, of Starke, The committee in charge of the program I .Sunday morning. Their programs'
reported a box sent to the Orphanage Mr. Fryer is Mrs. llarrell's brother.C. I was with friends hero this week.G. I were, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. have always been Instructive and inspiring I

at Arcadia the box being valued at F. Green the Jacksonville W. Hazen was the guest of his I. A. Z. Adkins, :Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. and Sunday morning will be
representing i brother, Eugene Hazen of Sarasota no exception. The service will be at
twenty dollars. Journal transacting J I D. E. Knight and :Miss Kate Struth. 1 I
was the regular hour 11 o'clock. j
and also visited of interest in ,
At the close of the pleasant and profitable business town several days last A variety of spring flowers were
afternoon the hostess, assistedby I week. in :South: Florida last week. I attractively arranged as The Bible school meets at 0:4": &; We will be in Starke Wednesday -
Mrs. J. T. Quigley and Mm.: Joe I :Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan was attending forming a suitable decorations'l Senior, Intermediate and Junior B.
Edwards, served refreshing fruit ,Harry Wimberly of Highland, was a to business in Starke Satur- the sweet bright children who took Y. P. U. at 7. June3rdprepared to make

punch and sandwiches I visitor here Monday. I I day. part in the exercises. Among the I Evening service at 8 This will be estimates for Repairing Furniture
!I P. A. Crosby is the guest of his numbers on this pleasing program the last children's service for the Upholstering, Sewing Ma-
Hampton' L. U. Hill and W. E. Torode were son Mr. Crosby, of St. Petersburg. were a solo, "Lead Them." by :Mrs. A. !! summer, and pastor will present with chines i
Futeh transacting business in Jacksonville While there he wil visit other rela Z. Adkins., also a solo, "Thank God the aid of the stereopticon the Passion -'' Phonographs, and Re-

left last Sunday for Leesburg, where Wednesday.Jlorace I tives.Mrs. For Little Children," sweetly sung I Play. This is a wonderful set of silvering of Mirrors. We guarantee

he will be engaged in business during Norman came home from I Mott of Hague Station, is ry> little Lois Adkins. Miss Olive Ray more than fifty slides, and the whole expert work, prompt deliv
the summer Jacksonville and spent a few days the !guest of her lon, S. M. Mott for told the children the story of "The world knows the story of the origin'! ery, best prices and best gradeof
,, a while. Golden Windows" to which they listened of the Of the
the Hrst of the week with his play. course parents
Mrs. K. B. Watterson Is still at the family. goods. We
I A. L. Crosby, S. 1\[. Mott and H. B. with rapt attention. and grown-ups are welcome. Bring I carry samples.
bed side of her father, C. A. Bishop
!Mr. and :Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and Crosby all were with friends at "Faith of our Mothers"\ was sung your friends and visitors. I; Leave
of Fitzgerald Ga., where she was your name with the
I I family visited relatives in Jackson Worthington Springs Sunday. by a charming group of girls from I
called several days ago. ville Sunday.J. ,, Mrs. Sarah :Morgan is with relatives the classes taught by Miss Ray, :Mrs.[ CHURCH: OF CHRIST Telegraph, Starke or phone 29,
+ Mr. and Mrs William Camerer, of here for a while. .i and
:Middleton and :Mrs. White. "A Wonderful we will call on you on the
+L Philadelphia Pa., who have been the II. and J. T. Moore were trans House" Mrs. II Bible a"t '!
i CARD was sung by study 10 a. m. above date.
t of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Jones acting business in Starke OK THANKS
guests Friday.
Knight's class of manly boys, the I Communion and preaching at It !!
returned to their home last Tuesday. Rev. J. V. Robinson and daughter We wish to thank the people of singers being Paul Knight, Richard a. m. Subject: "What is Christianity -
They were accompanied] to their home Miss Helen, spent a few days with Brooker for their kindness during the Long James. Richard Wainwright, ?" Many good sincere people ,
by Mrs. Cnmerer's nieces, Misses relatives in Umatilla last week. death and burial of our beloved husband Glenn Wood, Julian Peek, Jr., and think Christianity consists: of diver-1 RELIABLE
S May and :lot.1I'ion Jones, who will and father. We also thank you Joe Brown. A beautiful reading, city of doctrines and authorizes divisions -
ipr"l the :miner with;' friends and The fir i ".TI < ": corn of the season fur the "beautiful floral offerings.Mrs. "The Bible, According to You" wasgiven among religious people, when I Upholstering Works

relativci in Penn\ Kamn.Mrs. vva it'I I II', 'in h HM: ,mduvMi ", \ .. J. R. Groover and Family. ( by Mm Grace Wood. just the opposite is true. See John j:
1 : O. PC i-. ""r I.nk.'nrn.;: < Before the offering was taken the 17. 20 21 and 1 Cor. 11013. ,I Shop 1017 N, Grove St.
was the guest' f her l Clients, ,tr. and' 1 t' 'I.t! .\ii -. I n j Fit, hand, SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH pastor Re\ C. F. Starnes made a Christianity permits no special i Gainesville, Fla.




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YOU. TOO, MAY HAVE Staten Island, S. T-Miss Jane LOCAL PASTOR TO \S8ISTDR. cotiraging for !good yields and 1 a vary (

A" "' ''!VE FIG RC i Pheiilx vest for rites tautly,-"LS years am I from suffered the ROGERS IN MISSION WORK good price, so says M. R. Ensign, entomologist -

Wlfi *P: 1 r.f'ALTilULf.rt. : from autojut Dr. J. J. Bullen Severs ConnectionWith and plant pathologist of

Bits of Local ai..1A. GiKDLEN !sullen dm e> toIIIrl'Id Baptist Church to Take tho Florida Agricultural Extension
liar andoitstipntlon Service. The smaller thanIt
\L. i. ..j, Redm. ml .jinile( itnet Up Other Duties.Dr. acreage is
you the bo*. i.h ilcfidwTp:si decreed by my has been for several years. With
Information 'ubi n. Gently ma..iigiri away inperBuoui -,)'stem. was J. J. Hullcn, pastor of the but few exceptions, tho vines are vig-
badly poisonedthat
flesh. Finot nitm rubber.! I Imp my face Starke Baptist church, linn been honored orous and free from disease. Therefore

Concerning Our People, Buiinen and trout IttmUl.tul... lUrinUm.. Ira ; wits swollen to in being asked to assist Dr. S. you just cannot afford to permitdlsoll.e
'irt Re" i i1! ,-,'
JMJ Mnbi I p' ce rob of \
B. togers to profits \
you your
Progres of the County and Town. $'>..85."I rri.e' *', rasa tuiee Its natural Secretary of the Florida
I Quentin .t"I"' ". :lena m sour moortoday. si_ I was eouUuuoiml.v Baptist State Mission Society, in advanced Bordeaux mixture at a strength of
Specify w..ehhl want and tln'I.wl'.k work in tho state 1-4-50 should! be put on immediately.

----.1 ,bip rasa ue"'e." and deprowKxl When Dr. J. J. Mullen became pastor Hero are tho high points to remember -
'" =' hail no appetite I rend
The Household Specialties Co. of the local church, he announced : ,
Mrs. S. L. Peek will spend todayin :Mrs Marion and : jour Tint's Liver Till advertisement /
Eddy daughter, his
decision to remain three 1. Do It NOW.
52 Wilt :Market. Street Akron, Oiiia and tried them. After a few done I or four
Jacksonville. :Mary, :Mrs Foster Eddy and baby, began u Improve. Tutrs I'llls\ have years with the church, and although 2. RP sure to get your spray properly -

I Annette, all of Alachua, were guests ranty deeds, retain title) notes, turpentine kept me free from u returu of the opportunities have come to him to mixed

Dr. J. J. Bullerx spent Friday in Friday of :Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mr. leases, etc., for solo at the Illness, and I feel 1 like a new" per enter upon service in other places, he 3. Use a pressure of 175 to 200 !,

Jacksonville. Telegraph office. son. Am never without them. s At has remained\ by his decision.1 and pounds. 1

and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and all "ru 'f..t& i has completed almost four tli1lrs of

Legal blanks for sale at the Tele- little daughter, Nettie, returned home pastoral work in Stnrke\ TfcV\ position .1.I Cover the entire plant, under

graph office. Tuesday after spending two weeks in Mr. and !Mrs Zack J. Roberts, ofhlastlegs \\KA1HEK KEPOKrWeather I I that he takes up with the Society, at and over.

Jacksonville.The spent the week-end with Report for week ending I least for a time, is OIK hilL will take !5. Repent/ in 10 days.

Dr. A. E. Dunham returned Tues Mrs. Roberts' parents, Judge and May( 27, 1923. him over tho greater part of the Records from tho Bureau of Agrl-

day from a trip to New Orleans. circle meeting of the Baptist !Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner. They were accompanied Date Max Min. state, and will greatly enhance bin crmlturnl Economics show that In
missionary on their return Sunday afternoon Degrees Degrees opportunities for usefulness IliJt :ir/>.5 per cent of tho melons in 1

Mrs. Jim Kickliter, Jr., spent Monday !Monday afternoon society at will 3:30:meet at next the by Mrs. II. Austin, who will May 21 00 CO Wo are told that Dr. Builcn will enter Jan: inspected car from Florida were h.
spend several days in with 'i loot in transit, due to anthracnose. ""
in Jacksonville. home of !Mrs. S. L. Peek. Hostesses: Hastings May( 22 02 65; upon the duties of his new on"e', .
her grandchildren.Miss the first : How ninny did you, Mr. Grower, lose :
Mrs. Peek and Mrs. George C. White. :May 23 02: 01 Monday in June. Tho lust < In the field ? .
George C. White made a business i May( 21 79 72 services that ho will conduct in the j i is'

trip to Tallahassee the first of week. A. Beatrice Bullen, daughterof May 23 89 71 local church will bo on Sunday, Juno Mr Ensign; n>'s that there Is no ii li
:Mrs. L. A. 'I
-. Davis, Sr., returned Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Bullen, was one :May 2(5 73 6fl 7. In the morning there will bo a disease of l lid.I crops that in more 11
Wednesday to her home in Fernan- of the combined readily and more profitably control- H I,
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alderman spent sixty-eight graduates at Nor- !May 27 70 6fl service of tho Bible school
Jacksonville.Mrs. dina, and was accompanied as far as man Junior College, Norman Pa 'k, Total rainfall for week .2;; inches. and congregationvhile In tho evening led than ttati-rnn'Km anthrncnoso if i.II
Wednesday n
Jacksonville by !Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ga., on Tuesday of this week. Miss the various organizations of the you do tho job i icht Try it.

Davis, Jr. Bullen had the honor of being at the prescribing. the punishment for viola- church will be present for the fare- .
A. M. Darby is spending the SEED PEANUTS
head of the class in most of the sub tions thereof. well service
week in Jacksonville. Mrs. Emily Philips returned Fri- I
jects upon which a rigid examination
day from Lake Butler where she JOHNS-JOHNS= N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Peanuts -
was: was given. An act to protect the fish within
!Mrs. Troy Hewitt and son, Troy, the guest of Mrs. Joe Hill Williams.Mrs. the waters of Clay county, except the '1.00 per bushel (Four cents

Jr., of Jacksonville, were guests Sat- : Philips Is now a guest ofIrs.: St. Johns river, and to provide ways Mr. Romlo Johns, cf Jacksonville, per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla.

urday of !Mrs. F. A. Scott. I C. L. Peek. Mrs. W. J. Epperson has an inter- that fish may be taken during the and Miss Rosa Johns, of New River, II. T. HALL COMPANY.
I eating Sunday school class at the fishing wero united. in marriage! Sunday afternoon 10tf. Lowell, Fla.

II O. Brown returned home Friday John S. Baisden, a member of Baptist church, and Friday afternoonthis I season at the home of Judge Ceo. A.

night from a business trip to New Uncle Sam's naval forces for the past class of "worth-while girls" met Tho house reconsidered Senate Gardiner, tho judge ofllciating. Im-
six is at the home of Lena Belle Shepard. mediately after the tho I Standard Handbook On
Hampshire.J. years, spending a short time Memorial No. 1, addressed to tho Interstate ceremony
In Starke with his parents, Mr. and After the business meeting the commission requesting couplo left for Jacksonville, where I
girls enjoyed sandwiches, lemonade, commerce where they will mako their future FLORIDAA
Mrs. W. W. Baisden.Mr. .
Kickliter Sr. and tho
F. family that body to require
cake and ice cream. The members of home. The best wishes of their many book IB being compiled under
have spent several days this week at American Railway Express Companyto
their Klngsley Lake cottage. and :Mrs. P. E. Dailey and this class are Lena Belle Shepard, furnish refrigerator express cars friends in this section !gu with theta.NS'l' tho supervision of our organization -
Louise Hayes, Ruth Stevens, Leila which will detail Information
children, of Camilla Ga. and Mrs. G. -
for the moving of strawberries from Of'TICIWII.I..
Den Andrews, Vivian Kite, Inez all Florida
county by
on ,
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph W. Jtozo, of Jacksonville, were Tompkins, Thelma Silcox and Eunice this state to tho Eastern markets. The CLOSE SUl'UDU
guests Wednesday of Misses Olive county.
office. memori, was passed Wednesday,
Browning. The book handsome of
and Amelia Ray. a
when' notice given
was by Represen-
Patrons of the pontofllco are nuti- upward of four hundred ,
J. S. Malpas and family have been tative Harris, of I'incllas county, that pages
fled that
LOCAL BILLS IN Saturday, May 30th, being a will contain up-to-date of
!Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of maps
he would( reconsideration for the
several at Kingsley move
spending days Moore Haven THE LEKISLATUKK legal holiday, all olllces will bo closed each county, illustrations and
Lake, occupying the Adkins cottage. E. W. Hayes, were and weekend family.guestsof Mr. purpose of offering nil amendment.On .. for the day, and there will be no rural I general state statistics. It will, in
nsideration being \oh'dIr.:
Several of the bills the : of mail. The
is now before general delivery fact afford a ready reference
Hayes superintendent of schools of t
1i88.1.: E. Edwards, of Gaines- Glades legislature relating to this sectionare Harris >ll\'red un amendment including window of the Starku postolllce will guide to anyono seeking authentic,

ville, was a guest Saturday of her county. given below, that bill authorizing all 1"l'r..H. 'impumes; doing business be opened from Sill: to 1:15: p. m., 'I unbiased information about the

daughter, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Hamilton Ritch is now employedin Starke to furnish electricity, water in 1 the state of Honda, after while the other poBtofUees of the ; State of Florida. Tho first edition

the Bradford County Abstract Co., and sewer connections to towns in the I which the m<'niiro was pa"'d.'rENTAWORD. uiiinty will be open for general delivery i I I will be Issued in September, 192.1,

:Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was !in Gaines and Gerald !Middleton has gene to county or adjoining counties having, '' at their usual hours for holidays and there will bo revised Issues in

,ville Thursday with her sister, Mrs.J. Stuart where he is employed by the passed both houses and been approved ,- I September of each year. It will

C. Adkins. State Road Department. by the governor. The remaining, [ / ] be sold for $1.00 a copy.
: .MELONS: :
bills have yet to pass both houses. Requests are coming In from

:Mrs. Annie Richard, of Jacksonville !Mrs Jay Alderman and Mrs. G. C. "Cloudy all round and pouring every state in the Union for copies
with :Mr. and :Mrs.E. By !Mr. Johns, of Bradford-House
spent Sunday of tho first which will bo
White returned Friday from Talla Bill No. 12JU: -To amend Chapter down in the middle" Is the Indian'ssign edition
: hassee, where they attended the recital 8341 of the special laws of the state of rain. The good rains of the j I limited to 20,000. Send In your

E. M. Johns came given by Miss Mona Aldermanat of Flonduhich is an act to amend past few ,days justify confidence in'' dollar now if you want to own
Representative the Woman's College the Kign. And there Is another sign I! what is sum to become tho stand
from Tallahassee to spend the weekend Section three of Chapter 4501: Acts of18'J5 FOR RHNT-Two-story) houge'near
ard handbook of Florida
that Is Just as lIure.'hen the rains
: as amended by Section one of
with his family. depot. 1000. D. E. Knight. tf
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had as Chapter GS52! Acts of 1U07, as amended come the nnthrncnont of watermelonswill C-8-tt.;

:Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Andrews, Jr., guests Sunday the following party: by Chapter (677, Acts of I'JIJ, as LU1\I1IfU-See: J. S. Austin for certainly follow-unions you Florida Real Fstate Bureau r rIU

and J. W. Andrews, Sr., spent Wed- Mr. and !Mrs. A. II. Hall, A. M. amended by Chapter 8J-1U! : Acts ufIIU'J building material at Kingsley Lake. spray. | 7 Tribune tlld'n Tampa. Flnn,da l JIi

in Jacksonville. Browder, of Coleman, C. A. Butler, of entitled act to declare legal the You can get better material for Prospects just now arc mighty en- ,
, Atlanta, and Frank Crenshaw, of incorporation of the town of :Starke:; less money than the market prlca.

Savannah. In Bradford county Florida, Incorporated J. S. Austin, Starke, Fla.! 5-8-4t
1IIssIYI.tle: i Strickland, of Kings- .
under the general laws of
ley, spent the weekend with her !Mr. and 111W.. C. Kummerer of the state of Florida for Incorporatingcities ATTENTION LADIES-!llnve your

sister, Mrs. E. W. llayex. Philadelphia, Misses May, and Marion and towns, to provide for the i issuing hair switched made by Mrs. J. T.I i, J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
Howze 1008 North St.
Jones of bonds Virginia |
of Hampton, were guests Fri- by Haiti town for the
Mr. ;and !Mrs W. II. Green spent Gainesville, Fla. 5.13: .tf :
day of Mrs. F. A. Scott and Mrs. J. T. purpose of establishing a system of
Butler with I I
the week-end in Lake '
Quigley. waterworks, sewerage, paving, and
their daughter, :Mrs. R. S. Johns.
for illuminating and to I
purposes, PLANTS, $1.00 delivered. Conch
Contracts for deeds chattel create board of public works for ''
mortgage u pens, t5.0.llzcll: : Produce. Co. Live
Mr. and !Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent
blanks, option contracts, war- aid town. Oak, Fla. 5-22-21 I' ESTABLISHED 1886
with her
the week-end in Tampa pa- ._
ranty deeds, retain title notes, tur- -
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. By Mr. Duval of Bradford House ,i
rents, '
pentine leases, etc., for snlo at the POISON I BE\VARI'-Cotton':! ind
Telegraph office. Bill No. 1240-Fixing the compensation and Tobacco Growers Take It..dVo FLA.
; : STARKE j js
Mrs. J. C. Robinson and children of the superintendents of public I
\ help to market both thesecrops
have returned home after spendingtwo instructions in counties having you
R. a pop-
A. Green addressed the Kiwanis and, also can put you in
weeks in Jacksonville. club at Live Oak Wednesday of last ulation of not more than seventy-live touch with the heat sources fur ob- -- j
week and that attended hundred and not less than seven thou-
night taining this cheapest of Crop Insurance I
Miss Florence Andrews has return Eastern Star district meeting held in sand according to the state census of against buVrlt(. us. 1
ed from Lake Butler, where she was 1025.
Lake City. .
hARPY F. NOYES &: CO. Valdosta '
the guest of Miss Genevieve Rivers.
Authorizing Starke, Bradford coun- Georgia. 5224t. j
!Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. Davis, Jr., and ty, to furnish electricity: sewer and _.
Mrs. W. S. Clukely, of Sarasota, is WANTED Listings largo .
!Mrs. L. A. Davis, Sr., of Fernandina, water connections to municipalities, tr.ctsl
visiting her pal'l.'ntsIr.: and :Mrs. W. motored acreage paying ten percent broker-
to Keystone heights Friday and other users in the county or adjoining
W. Baisden, for several week ace from oyners.'e prices,
ami were luncheon guests at the ( counties, and granting the .
terms ln -ations, binders
Keystone Inn.F. town the
right to
Mrs. W. B. Davis, who has been the construct and <>t.-. W. A. Hendrix, 'initial; dollv- .

intent of Mrs. J.1.: :Mitchell\ left I maintain electric lines, sewer connection oMn: :.' "i. Fin. r-22-4t, :JO
for her home in Madison.D. A. Scott is closinout hiM stock oa (public highways for said pur- ,
Wednesday of drugs and notions and after June poses.

first will discontinue his North I

P. Carpenter and W. G. String- Starke store. Mr. Scott will spend the By :Mr. Register, of Union-Houae II ,..

fellow spent Sunday in Cocoa with summer in Asheville, N. C. with his Bill No. 12&:Declaring, designating "" .W'j':' "I'

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe :McLane and Mr. brother, Rev George F. Scott. and establishing state road :NoM I ., .

and :Mrs J. E. Wilson. I providing for the location thereof,

The last of the old steam equip- and providing that such road, when The Only Balloon i

!Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Miss Florence ment at the municipal plant, includ- located and constructed shall become

Matthews and Eugene Matthews flig the boilers and stacks, were loaded and be the property of the state uf Tire Made This I
have been in Jacksonville this week and Florida.By .
Tuesday shipped to Jacksonville $17 WORTH OFBARREL J
Mrs. Annie Richard. :
where will be
parts salvagedand
Register, of Union-House I.
the balance scrapped.Mr Bill New WayIT .
No. 1252;
-Authorizing thu Board
the Tele-
Legal blanks for sale at '
of County Commissioners I.I HOOPS
of Union .
graph office.J. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Mr and County Florida
to determine the
!Mrs F. A. Scott motored
to Hampton amount and "
R. Carter, :Miss :Mamie Durkhart, Monday evening to visit Mr. and fur have assessed o millage I

of Jacksonville. and Mrs. Kay I Mrs. W. C. Kammerer, of Philadel- ing fur advertising the collection purposes of same and provid- r may sound like-Greek; to That Was Rockefeller's First ,

Colley, of Hampton, were guests phia. when : that the I
Sunday of Mr. and :Mrs. J. F. Colley. By Mr. Register, of Union-IIou.se you Kelly is the Pay only balloon InvestmentAnd 4

Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and houseguest Bill No. 1165 Authorizing and empowering I

Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Comer Long, !Mrs. Will Davis, of Madison, Union county, FlorUlu, to tire made with the looped

:MM. J. M. Mitchell and Mrs. W. B. Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. I':. !M. Johns issue bonds for the purpose of building bead construction.
Davis motored to Jacksonville Wed- Mill: Mable Weller, and !Mrs. J. L. and hard-surfacing a certain road I his early history i i. that of every poor boy who has j Y

nesday. Peek motored to Keystone Heights) and building, grading and improving Hut translated into the language become rich. He had the desire to save and, what was

Monday and were luncheon guests at other roads in the said county and tll : every motorist can more to the point, had the WILL to save also Do
Mrs. Josephine Edwards who has Keystone Inn. provide for a board of bond trustees understand that means *
been in Sarasota with her daughter, and to invest said trustees with certain mean to say you can't make up your mind to Mart?

:Mrs. Robert Daniels, has returned G. W. Alderman has a very at- powers and!! duties, and to provide more mileage more com- Our savings department will make it for to
fort and less easy you ac- )
home. tractive front yard that Is bright for the use and control of the gas; cumulate the first few dollar/ that lead to independenceand
with a variety of beautiful flowers general road and other fund collected -

Contracts for deeds, chattel mortgage and the park strip in front of his in the Maid county for road and success 1

blanks, option contracts, war- property is covered with a luxuriant bridge purposes.By KELLYBalloon t

ranty deeds, retain title notes, tur- growth of grass. This well-kept yard :Mr Frisbee-of CALL AND TALK IT OVER 't}
leases etc. for sale at the Clay-House
pentine attracts the attention of all strangers.
Telegraph office. Bill No. 1071-To prohibit the placing -
of buildings or structures in
Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Bullen and Mrs over Tires
the waters of Kingxley Lake in I
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Carl Knight, who have been in attendance county, Florida, or to put any sewerage Clay- BANK OF STARKEThe

their guest, :Mrs. W. B. Davie, of upon the closing exercises or pollution in said waters and *

:Madison, motored to Gainesville of Norman Park College, wars accompanied Bank of
Fireproof Garage Helpful ServiceWE
Tuesday morning.Mrs. home by MUi Beatrice

Bullen who graduated from the collegethis ITCH
W. Middleton: and daughter term. ..

:Miss Hazel, and :Mrs. May Jones 30 minutes withParasiti
have returned from a motor trip to Contracts for deeds, chattel mortgage -cide for 50 cent

Stuart, Cocoa and :Miami blank, option contracts, war Sold by Mitchell's Drug Store. .



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state short courses, too, if possble." I a a a a a a a a a Eustis-New laundry building to

I Of course, that old expression FOR OVER FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL a go up on corner of Citrus avenue and \

about all work and no play making REVIEW a Eustis street.

FARMERS and FARMING Jack a dull boy has long been overworked -
Dade City-St. Petersburg syndicate
but it is true just the same. ZOO YEARS development
I Haines City-$500,000 to subdivide ICO-acre tract northof
boys and girls have worked hard
to be launched at Golf View
-- -- program city.
i all of the year and are entitled to an haarlem oil has been a"worldwide Estates. .
I ,
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE outing. Why not give it to them this
Gainesville-Four hundred acres
for liver and
rt rtE ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO summer, when there is not a great remedy kidney, Lakeland-$200,000 bond issue north of High Springs to be developed -

E DE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. deal of work to be done about the bladder disorders, rheumatism, voted for construction of two school at cost of $230,000.

place, anyway? lumbago and uric acid conditions: buildings and purchase of high school

The camp and community gather- site. Melbourne-Luxurious hotel to be

1923: FAKM CENSLSBRADFORD: : : . . ing of young people develops the constructed and opened not later than

COUNTY HOME DEMONSTRATION!\ social side of boys and girls as prob- GO M Haines City-Modern apartment next January. '

AGENTS' REPORTS ably nothing else does, and it is a building to go up at corner of Hinson -
Washington, D. C. May 27,-The ride of their well-being that should -w oW avenue and Fifth street. Lakeland-Light, water and sewer

following statement (fives some of a a a certainly be developed. Teaching the ] systems being extended at cost of
the results of the 1923 farm census r'asco-A trip to a club contest in i children how to raise chickens and j 'correct internal troubles,stimulate vital Jacksonvl1leclosed for sale $050,000.

I!' for Bradford county Florida. The another county gave five of my club citrus and other crops is fine. Teach- J organs.Three sizes. All druggists. Insist of $1,000,000 worth of beach property -
''' and subjectto girls some new ideas and ambitions 1 j on the original genuine GOLD MEDAL. Jacksonville -- Pure Oil Company
figured are preliminary i ing them how to meet their fellow- J., comprising 2,150 acres; complete i"
starts work of huge oil terminal with
correction. for club work. men and women on equal terms in e a development project to cost $10,000- !,
tank of 3,000,000 gallons ,
Comparative figures for 1920 are later years is also fine, and should EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY 000 capacity (t'i,

not given for this county because of I'lnellaa-Eigbty-.even. club girls not be neglected. I I AGENTS' REPORTS Bartow Reformed Presbyterian I
changes In the county boundaries exhibited at the county contest recently For that matter, the community Tampa authorized to issue ",O O- congregation awards contract for
21 awarded . "
since 1020. scholarships were play sprit is sometimes a good thing 1.12 bonds for civic improvements. $35,000 church.
Number of Farms to club girls and two to home economics -I for us older people. Community gatherings -I Broward-Much interest in keep : I II

Total _____________________828 gents, and 10 standard club in which we meet and associate ing the citrus groves clean has been Melbourne-Work begun on Math I Fort Pierce-Two new modern ,
Operated by: certificates were awarded. I I with our neighbors In a little out aroused by the citrus meeting held at era building at corner of New Haven > towns to be erected close to this city ."

White farmers _____________078 ing occasionally hells build a harmonious Davie this week, when specialistsfrom avenue and Vernon place. | at an estimated cost of $3,000,000.:
Colored farmers _____ ____.152 Polk-The girl* club camp at', community spirit, and gets the the Extension Division of the I .p
Camp Miller aver attended by 30 of pointed out Palm 10,000-acre-tract pur- DeLand-Commercial Club formulating
Owners __ _____________729 I |people of the community to thinking College Agriculture l
-- chased Boca Ratone site for i,
girls. I the diseases and advised as to reme- at as plans for new city limits to '
Managers _______________ 4 I I ,and working together along progressive Castille Del Hotel :
$6,000,000 Rey I' take in seven times the present terri-(
Tenants _________________ 95 Citrus-Many of the club girl are lines. d ies. tory. I_
Farm AcreageAll I I Let's lay aside the grouch and get I Sarasota-Plans completed for ti;
planning garden after seeing the importance : Palm Beach-A heavy infestation
___________ out and play and picnic I I'SEEDLESS fiI'\
land in farms 79,785 of vegetables and fruits in some occasionally of rust mites showed up in grove on two new elementary school buildings. > : ]BERRY LOOMS

Crop land 19227,21Harvested thu diet. with our neighbor We may the high sand ridges this week. I I I, POSSIBLE IN FLORIDAFort !..'
_____----____18,239 have better neighbors than we '1 Plant Clt-Thlrty carloads of ,
Crop failure ____________ 659 Nassau-Plans under fora thought. Growers are planning to spray or I produce shipped from city in three ',I ;-Mende Farmer Crosses Rasp 1#
are way dust for their control.
' Fallow or Idle _-______-___10,821 great club soon. I days. bf-rry-Illackberry. :i
: Oil
Pasture, 1924 _____________15,900 CHICKEN POX Leon-A motorcade of dairymen and Fort l\Ieade-What may develop .;'

Plowublo __uu_______ 633 Taylor-The club girl of the coun- i visited dairy farms in adjoin- i Ft. Lauderdale Contracts awarded into a real Florida berry, worthy of '
This disease myself
I I classified
Woodland- _________h__ 3,322 ty are enthusiastic over the prospectof nometim counties of Florda and Georgia for more than $600,000 worth of extensive cultivation, has been evolved

Other _________________12,051 another county short course similar i: as diptherin, au-i'S considerable | (this:ing week to study feeding methods construction; all work to be underway by a local farmer, with experimental .
trouble with both
Woodland not pastured ____31,818 to the one last summer, which I| adult birds. Tho young stock and i and dairy conditions generally. Much within thirty days. I" turn of mind. He has successfully
still in '
All other land _____hu___ 1,841 was the first. I tion. cause ques- valuable information was gathered. Largo-City limit extended on all l crossed the raspberry and blackberry,
farm Values producing a fruit OH large as the
I Symptoms: Sorehead has the sides and $350,000 bond issue validated -i!
Land and buildings ______$2,917,118 Lake-The directors of girl scouts gen Jel1'erson-l'ecan scab Is beginningto for I blackberry, of a dark red color, with
public improvements. I
Land alone ____00 ____ 2,200.391 have turned their camp over to us for dis-tinguished show up on unsprayed trees subject I a delicious flavor, claimed to be far

lluildinus __________ 710,725 the. girls' club camp-to be held soon. I I eruption of pox nodules on the head m to this disease. 1 helped tho pecan St. Augustine-:Material assembled -I superior to either individual berry

Litftttoik on Farms Okaloosa-Better Homes Week in ( and by the In the mouth I culturist of the Experiment Station for construction of new bridge. from which it was obtained.

N Horse __________________ 477 the A presence to start a 20-acre demonstrationof I| A feature of the unnamed creation
county was a splendid success. |! throat and of '
Mules __________________ 511 largo number of eyes tough, cheesy bringing back to profitable produc- Winter Park-Building construc-1 I is its freedom from seeds, as compar-
interesting :
very patches which attached
Cattle, total ____-_________10,879Jleef : meetings throughout thu county and the tissues beneath are firmly them. to tion an old neglected pecan grove. tion for coming summer to be largestin ; ed to the others, and the exceptional:

cattle _________-___10,790> good, attendance and interest on the Treatment: According to K. R. history of city. ,j juice content. It is prolific in bearing

Dairy cows* _____________ 63 'part of the public marked the week. Mehrhof,, extension poultry-man for Lake-Have been appointed by the Mount Dora-Street paving program and the discoverer believes In it, he
Other cattle ________ | has the :
dairy 20 the University of Florida Tavares Chamber of Commerce to to be completed this summer something superior to Marvel

Swine, total __________.__ B.931 Suwannee-Many exhibits are bell Agriculture, the treatment College of fowls of launch a campaign against mosquitoes will\ call for expenditure of between blackberry for marketing.As .

Breeding sows** ________ 1,081 ing entered for Club Rally Day, May severely affected in and around this city. The work $400,000 and $130,000.: n flavor for drinks, it is also
requires time
Cows and heifors 2 old and 30. 1 j I desirable and the '
years 11 and patience, and rule does is under way now.I1i11sboroughAt. I possibility of Its
as a not I
over. I Sanford-Local for utility for this is favoredgreatly
celery shipment purpose
Collier One hundred dub pay. It is often better to kill the
mem I nt- '
Sows and gilts for breeding purpose birds a meeting present season, prior to April 15, totals :: it being deemed more\ palat-
bury their
ben out of an enrollment of 150, attended or carcasses, tended in community this week
months old and over. 4C03/; cars.Davenport :i: tible than !grape: juice.
t Principal ('rugs< | 1021 the club rally held here Sat- disinfect the poultry houses, and In good roads. was the leading issue. I I .

Corn Acres _____-__________ 0,188Bushel (I urday. that way eradicate the contagion as Plans completed for I, A rubber sponge is an excellent

1, ______________83,771 Dade A wonderful soon as possible. Osceola-Showers of the past week construction of $400,000, seven-story, 1 1 thing to use in cleaning lint, fuzz, or
Hay Acres ____ __________ 0911! ] place on Ml- Daily feeding of flower of sulphur are causing crops to show up well. commercial hotel. I, hair from woolen clothing. Moistenthe *
ami Beach has been located for ,
: our in the mash has been Rain in time to damageby
Ton __________________ 1,038 j I recommended came ;'' sponge with water and then
club and of
camp, one the civic clubs drouth which feared Winter
Orange: IIR a preventive measure. was by Haven-$230,000 bond Issue squeese almost dry before using.
is sponsoring the camp, having mad I When sorehead add of the voted for '
appears, to the many growers.In new high school building -
Young trees __ __________ 3,830 :
substantial donation toward the mash I I Too
a ex 5 per cent of sulphur and keep many farmers do not give their
Trees of bearing age ______ 3,093 penses. it before all chickens. Feed this for heating two stones for the fire- I farm problems the detailed attention

Pecans: I five days, omit the for less cooker save gas by placing one Ilaines City-Nine-story hotel to that is to
sulphur produce maximum
two necessary
Young trees ____________ WILL BOLL WEEVIL<:
12,108 days, and then for stone on top of the other. When the be erected at cost of $260,000. yields. of high
repeat, continuing quality products.
Trees of bearing age ______10,001 BE !PLENTIFUL: OK three weeks. bottom has reached the right tem-

CENst'S SCARCE THIS YEAR As perature, reverse them, and in a few -
1!)23 FARM : : a precaution where sorehead Is
UNION COUNTYWashington According to many reports received not in the flock, 2 or 3 per cent of sulphur minutes the other will be sufficiently "LOUID; BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE( IT"

D. C. 23.-The so far by tate Plant Board officials Y.L.in>_the_.mash. .. is advised.jsoiuco .. I heated. Get Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON: PURE and GEM
May very few boll weevils have been an uiseasea Dim ana BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.
following' results of thq 1925:> census found in the cotton fields. this spring I thoroughly disinfect the house. Wash Not the Cheapest, but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,

for Union county. Florida. The figures This has led some cotton growers to the cheesy patches in the mouth, Dusters and Dusts.E. .

are preliminary and subject to cor be negligent in making preparationsto throat and ears with an antiseptic. A

rection. apply poison. Such negligence may rood wash consists of IIi ounces of 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla

Comparative figure for 1920: are prove very costly, for it is possible boric acid and 1 ounce of powdered r -r\J

not II'lvefor this county because the that the scarcity of weevils has been borax dissolved in 1 quart of water

county {It a new one, organized since due more to the extremely dry spring and applied warm. ISncleJolin.If .
than to a lack of weevils that have The external lesions may be treat-

Number of Farms survived the winter. ed successfully with simple local you need recrootion as tint I[ '

Total _- -_____________________682 The winter has been warm, so thereis treatments. Carbolated ointment, flutters by-go get you a -sw.it: Our Cross-,\ ord Puzzle

Operated by: every reason to believe that a comparatively glycerin, or oil can be applied to ter and swat the dam fly. Start I

White farmer _____________628 high percentage of weevils. soften the nodules, and after an houror out in the moi-un' with vision

Colored farmers .__________ I 61)I entering hibernation have survived. two may be removed by washing alert-don't fool with no neck-
1' Owners ---________-_____437 In fact; with warm water. The affected parts tie nor shoe-strings nor shirt. You owe this week's enjoyment to able to complete it in twenty winutes.
according to hibernation
Managers 4 may then be treated with Then, make a few passes to Leo Canfield, who _designed this However, if don't
tests conducted at the laboratory of tincture of you you needn't
Tenants ___________ _____141 iodine. limber yer arm, and learn how cross-word puzzle. ,\ e.don't know
the State I'lunt feel to
I I'lIrmcreall't Board at Madison, The to sneak without givin alarm.You'll what to tell you about it, except that badly about it. You'll proba-

All lands in farms _-_________83,188 the 10 per emergence cent of the has number already confined exceeded in houses,disease drinking is contagious vessels and and feed the around-then notice the you enemy start the buzzln'ad- it is short and snappy, tnntnms ...Imbly have lot, of company in your defeat

Crop land 192 J ?____________87,971' the fall. This is higher than troughs should be kept disinfected. vance without makin' a sound. pIe, easy words, and you should he : ..

Harvested __-__________20,88 J Many believe that most of the average.weevils Chicken pox vaccine Is sometimes !Most any sharp tac-tics i-. I 2
Crop failure _____________ /080; ( which survived have already used, but with varying results worthy a try po get you a -1 e r

Fallow or idle _____________16,510 and have swatter and swat the dam fly.
Pasture, 1921 ___-____--___16,031 emerged State died. Thin also, according S\\'E THOSE MELONS: Now death an' destruction i, O 9
Viewable to I'lunt Board' officials, terrible terms, but you got to
8t 8,510 U improbable, for weevil. seem Inclined "Cloudy all round be fierce when
and lealin'
Woodland ___________.._ 6,82:5: pouring you're 10 n
to remain down with /a
in hibernation much in the middle" is the germs. The battle i.s lost y .4
Other __________ Indian's it 1
7,2(13( that results in draw-and
longer during a dry spell than during sign of ram. The !good: rains of tho a all
Woodland not __ ___
pastured _
17,285 damp or humid weather past few days sorts of pests is contrary to law. .
All other land _______________10,293 It is, therefore, possible that the the .sign And there justify is confidence another sign in A fly on the baby is some thin' .r la
Farm Value to dread, the it is
same as on
Land and buildings ______'fl,90Sr extremely of dry spring just passed, instead' that is just as sure. When the rains a feller's bald head. Dear ,,9 LOu

u. Land alone __________ 1,300,010 weevils decreasing; the number of come the anthracnose of watermelonswill friend, if you're lnful--not ready
in Held
Building __________ C62B30\ the at first squaring certainly follow-unless you to die, ,go pet you i u swatter and
time has done
Livestock the opposite. It should spray.. swnt the dam fly! u is isla
on l'urm be remembered that the weevils in Prospects If the fast
just greet witha
Horses _.___________ now are mighty en- fly
# ______ 880 the livid] when the first couraging for good vigorous slam, you'll slaughter
squares are
Mules _______________ C03 and a very '
----- set are the ones that have the be.tOPI'lmlty good price, so M. R. ten millions by ki11i,, their dam!
,- Cattle, total _-_---__________8.COO says Ensign, en
to establish
I an infcsta- tomologist and plant pathologist
Deef cattle ______
--------- 8,390 fatten and the Florida 3t'
Dairy cows--------------- 131 Farmers are advised to watch Service. The is c.aIETr
I carefully acreage smaller than
Other dairy cattle _____
_____ 70 for weevils smce.! the warm it has been for several With
Swine total .
___...8,650 ,
---- spring rains have hut few
begun. Wherever exceptions, the vines are vigorous
Breeding **
sow* _____1,433
emergence occurs In numbers and free
Cows an application from disease. There
and heifers 2
years old find of poison just before fore, just S
1r the you cannot afford to permit
"Sows over. squares become large enough to af disease to rob you of your profits. ERTICAL 1 ID.; Pos essl\'e pronoun (neuter) I
and gilt for breeding purposes ford Bordeaux 1. A conjunction 20. Hen fruit '
a place will undoubtedly mixture at a strength of 1 r'
0 months old and over. beneficial. 4-4-50. should 2. Definite article 21. One of tribe ,
prove Then, if weevils are be put on immediately. a (Indian)
I'rinclpal Crops 1921 I still numerous, the use of the Flor Here are the high points to !:1.! Not false .2!. Turn to the right; u call used in
Corn Acres ____________ 15,736 ida method of control is recommended. : remember ,1. Water (French) driving animals
Bushels -------130,395 1 1. Do it NOW. r' k 8. Controling power; authority 24. To recede ns the tide
a Hay Acres ____________ ,753 2. Be sure to let sJ" J 6. For what reason 26. A number .'

Ton ____________ 2,810 LF.T'SLL JON"IN mixed. your spray properly 7. Wrigley' product 28. It goes with sauce
White potatoes! COMMUNITY PICNICS J 1. Repeatedly '
3. Use a of ITMUSrAL 30. Congealed water
pressure ITS
to :200!
Acres ___________ 898 pounds. BEViN1 PRE-WA. 13. Slumber 32. National (abbr.
Bushels _________ 33,432 (By Spuds Johnson) 1. Cover the 'irUFF; ,',:''P FROM 14.. :Messenger of God 33. A large .)
entire plant under conveyancer '
Pecan Had a letter from Joe FIGHTiN
: my THEY DO 16. If
.nd over. you have one, It is just undethe 31. Past tense of do '11'
Young tree ____________ 3,712 citrus partner in Lake county, the r. Repeat in ArTE" Dpi: NKINto "IT" .' roof 35. Pertaining '
10 to
Trees of other day, and as usual he had days. : complexion; a yel
bearing a 23.
\ age .__-_ 8,764 Records from the Bureau of Food (slang) lowish-red ',I
question about which he was undecided Agrl- 2.;. A /flock of birds i
I 3C.
Go to church coultural Economics show that in Correlative conjunctionP
to communitypic- However, I don't see any good ,26. Aged
nles, and help build 1923 35.S per cent of the melons In
a good communi( reason why a man with Joe's ability :27. Finish
ty. You may have some good and keen judgment 430 inspected car from Florida were ALGA ApETP
neigh. should be undecided
:29. A
play on words. of the
Lion and don't lost in transit, due to anthracnose. same d'l
know it. about the question that was i sound but E N A L p U X O MU
worrying him. How many did you, Mr. Grower, lose different. meanings
When making mincemeat, use "The in the field? 30. A tavern R RAMU 5 P O .

spiced vinegar from sweet pickles. It demonstration county agent agent and are the planning home Mr. Ensign says that there is no 31. Organ of hearing NOR NET LE 0 "..

gives a better flavor and saves sugar. disease of field crops that is HORIZONTAL
to have more
some boys' and girU' club 1. Skill KEEP 5 r1D
No Worms In a Healthy Child camps around the county pretty led readily and more profitably control 3. Belonging to them .
than watermelon anthracnose if E N T O I DADAR
All chUilno troubled with Worm have (a ....- soon, wrote Joe, and I am wonderIng you do the Job right. 6. A covering of false hair
healthy color which lodkatn poor blind .nd ..C if I should let young Joe and Try it. 8. Pronoun { AGOG t t'f
rule them. Ia more or 'I... ,macb Ul tutb.nc.. Anna attend them."
GROVE'S TASTELESS hill TOMC mwn regularly An aluminum pan of bolinsr water 0. Exclamation of disgust DVN BNR fAR
fur two or three wake. will enikh the blood. Improve wouldn't that get ;you, as with a teaspoonfull of salt and one of 10. Female deer
the dlseuka.aod'ait .ai General bright n man Joe I M CLOUD K 0T.A3OO
Strength as Rogers undecided soda takes the work The That 12.
pUU Took to the whole system Nature,wU|then out of cleaning Quinine Docs Not Affect The H<.JBecause Customary
brow off or diipel the wnrn. .and tbeCblkl will be "on a question like that "Why, silver. cf It* tonic' and 'Imatlve .!feet. LAXA 15. An edible tuber HUMU S
r la perfect beolto. Ftauaot to la... eec pet bottlo. sure, I wrote Joe, "I would let them HV E BROMO QUININE (T.Mrii) cm be Mkeu 17. Kind of fish
attend the club SUBSCRIBE TO THE by anyone without .au-Ioil orrvmisne ruulfn4 SLOW ROOM I'I
county camps and the TELEGRAPH b. the be.,3. E.w.f1tu4 E S I elewtun DQ boa 3Ic) ; 13. A covering for the hair (ladies) I,

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[I Fly paper may be made by melting-agent and Individual! If in -llfi-.-and. -If d....

then hla Ilclra. nt law P."..... mid
VI saslgnat
I 1 pound of roam with '" pint of castor rho Devisees, Life Tenants and K.'ma nJerman.iindi .

[ ] I d oil and spreading tho mixture on 'r the. Will of. oulsu Charlitt Glana-
heavy man. cinsd, probated' before the Court of
Ptatr paper County: Judge! of Bradford County Florida
; : : :
I recorded I l.eemlr, nth ;IHl'J, In ltigltcr; oS
Vkllla and KelnliNo. I I. page n, ef. laid
To Cute a Cold' 'In One Day I Court Records: Iho 11"1 Irs At Law Uc\lsosi
IIuusu Bill Use LAXATIVE snit Assigns, of 1.,,"!.,. llasman. or Lonuo
sections 1177 stops the Cough sail ilnxmann,, or loulro t.latisman. or I..ula.
: and works off/ thi
------ -- --- -- Clansntann diseased Tuirnvrty. of
(luld E. W Lawtay.
signature on earh box LOa
ed General Brndfonl, ..
county .10rloln. the Heirs At Law.
employment ,| : UE \t'IIES THE DIVINES sympathy in her manner. IVximoa and Assigns, of llusttno Adolph

by the county i ALONE AND DISHEVELED\ "Oh, please don'l ask(: mo, it's too NOTICEIn bin Droli-lmiran. and of Gustavo 1 DmUhagan In
right and
own Hi ligatve or Ueviico. at

cute in I j miserable, I begged realizing. that he Circuit Court Fialith' ) .Tud.cliil Oncult ', :;i i'H;:" :; Chailitl. t.lntisnian: and of Louies:! ) !
|' sho not the who would, dveensid lato of Bradford
judges court I'll tell them who I am," I was> type expect Uradford Count}'. rlorl.lii. In CI".y.1
County 1-Wills. I Ibo llolni At law, pwdaMsnit
Mary E. .
are not j I any aberration on the pint of an MI Bill lu n.'m."o "..Iltn., of. llidwlg. Drolahngnn" wife nf
I other. Tri Cloud. Ole l tiui taProlahngnn" both doeeasvd.. tale off
sed. man HIM n, ,fl (I. F
pa would only make it worse It m'i'in'In* front| the allegalimii nf tha1 Bradford COUnty:; lorldn'ia.II.W; lllani-
the pnyment "And the hour! she ignored my Mill, man Mu\ llach and t If la ,
worn 'llUd in ho I above staled that I
your reputation. cmme. 1\of.. snit
looked for If dind. then their respective helm
"We tho
lars per explanation. you reslikncia and ago at tha ftliiliinu. to-I, At !if T
him with a consuming and saltitia Warren. P.
of the cost, I dinner tune this evening. Indeedtbere wit IVirknFllutbith I rhiintn 1 Ulxon. Simull" J. PitnpU''. John I I word 1 if In life, and If dead. then Ml Heirt "
8ti\m, ,
almost :: Lhnrliw J. Sun- ,\ I."w, r"."I.. a and Aislgns. Thomaa W. +
courts, with a has been enough time dull, .Isms W Slncln,r, Aiiiciiitu, B Itpntl,'>' lidding : I.
I hi 11IV.
for each cl> do you mean, reputation ? anything to happen" She sighed nun Mary, G E: 1 1'nr i.lbnon: ini, J.hn Smith. .W Ntehola Corr. ..hr.. C.,\Ore- ,' II*.Irs .\t !law. De\Uei-s a.It\ and dead Assign hen! All hla
fiercely. In exasperation at what she evi- rintionr Othir 1nous, rlrms 1 and Corporation.
Ar.h..rY.. I nlr,|. ensued C. Gluinn. !< '
!j.! cliiitnlng Iw
Chart. W Hull, Alfred n ('....... Thomas '' through snit under any on. or
r in because your father is presi dently thought my perverse silence Durrln Muitmi J. more of mud. .Ufin.liinis nnmiil herein-above
Fishing of a railroad and belong to continued llu.hnr.1 HopBIH tho lanils. or. any of "ll.m. di-scrlbcd" In this)
I you and saying: ).1.| Leonora M NU. n. Snniml I C' Tart B. Bill
creek the
in set don't think you "Well dear. ]I'm will A. 8p njler Jonira II, II. :<,,",u'. ,ui, rt limit < who Complaint : and the Wlmle World.' +
Sabbath mj sorry yon Snmiul A. Suann. N, 1 li Ilimnnun, ,I inm... I,. suet I to:n'h:17: hinds: any right I :: ; tlllo(: or Interest 11}
I been discussed all over this not let nu do anything for you and so (iaton. John Alexander tfrahiinimm. I r- I l lI iliaiTlInd 1 In this I Bill off
provisions of e. nil'Inlnt herein
of the country. Why I supposed the only suggestion I can make, under .iim,. J. K Karlc. J. l n. M.Lo.m..r. I I. C K.1: ... lit,'. l blue! and bring described lit rtia.lfiird us follows\ County iittl- I
Representative I-. W Pitta. J. M Johns Charles IM r.!.. K:. .
I I".r.I .
it. I didn't think mind the circumstances is that let In and bilng part of Million: S.1, TowtJ-
The provisions you you S. KllBworth Ann Hopm'oil John C' \nmdi.. '' Blur.. ;," Minim' and )

the girls expect your "position" me take ?MHI to jour room and per- II. I'udiiy W. R. l l.an.. Kiln worth Trust Com- rb..I, I u* I Iran 91.. :'I I snit more No particularly 4, In Block No.dt
clude use but it dosen't. The ma- will feel better I'any. a-corporatlon, K. I. McCall C'. N Hi'.i "li. ..f tl,,, loun. ...r I lnvst.y. llrndfor.1 Coun- /
haps by morning\
' you you kln K: cl, Hubbanl" N W
> Harkrlt I
+ The bill also u, I3.rxln, .
of ] the second Van Kim l'y.:; : \i :;: \: net rllng! lo flat of sad; town I
'. people make up and more in n mood for conversation Punenn i.ord.I In tbo I'utllti I lltwonlii. of Bradford:
In that .
, arms U. .Fli'lrhrr Toad,. Starko l.umhirCompnnjr t'uuuty .Florida, 1
class he continued "and
We ase.'nded the long marble stairway
tire a onti'uration. V J. Shliiman. Ora-
use arms art the ones who revel in gossip together.As hnm A c:aim, S. K. llnrdlnrr, nu, : all i unknown i I vro h.i.l Ioy n"'tiili.l and riHiitln.l. each and
bath. all i.r >oii.. t 10 "'''' .i., M mil or
, "I"| Complaint
and\ that Lh. I. In the
the girls in "society; it's meat I turned from her at the door of utalc of Florida the aurvfctt no of penon. In Ib" nbov. .tit ,+i I. .1 en ,i "n Ihi Ji-il, day off
,, filchwham :: : I" :
for them. But then, the my boudoir, I noticed in the mirror would hind nald. drfindunt'* suit tluit August A, l>. I : I I'. : ,,: h of you .hall. lit

:' Another is flitting. And oh, Sallie, I do that she stood perfectly still and regarded It I. believed hy (he complainant that tlifitnld dtlt courne nll,1 l I up IK, ,I.r.,1.I, iiiur,I \tlmtiirof ly law alalM 111

I particularly you," his voice sank to a whis me for n moment. Over her named are ;unknown: derndanhr to complainant.whtwir: m.idencra: ; im 'Intwrwtisl nndniriM I II"ilLt-I::: : I.I::.: ,.. t ulil.ll: y. i, and)

presented In .the property ImulMil In Ito J each of yon. mny inr amt I clnlnt I 11 Jio above ,
face, there swept a questioning look ili-errlbed. two lota of land and nny slid allportions
and that
ice officer for complainant dor not know and.1111.\\ t
to the door. I had forgotten of suspicion not been able to ascertain whether any thereof And that( calms. newapal -
claims against Hahl known defendant .... dead snitthat l: publlahvd In Blarki'' Bradford County,
or : : !
To bo continued) ;
ment of it. ( it IH "belfi\e.l by ccmplainaat In said I lorida, known and called Bradfm I County

t; the length of the hall and ,"'.rn BUI that them to a penon or an per Celegrnph la h..h,1..I.nat.d/' as thi n._
who served In which this .
paper notlco ahall bo publlabea
l'REl'.t\'MEN1"S PUOl'OSAI. lions Iniureated In tho Involved In
late World the stairs, ]looking backward to atich itilt. whoeo name or properly numva and see or user. a week for 8 coniecullvs) _...

he had followed. rUT OFF uv HAILS itirea and whore real.lt.nce sue unknown to lI.rl.h Slat d.Lof May 1885. Wltneaa my off-
complainant: Ininfon*. It IB. ordtrvtl that tho and seal
By Mr. was quiet. !Rule I>iimi scd' front ]Docket At Atlanta aid known di'fvnilanla who am heretofore fl W. ALDERMAN

Bill No. 1074 ] the man at the desk who Ilea ring. named In this order. If living, and If dead all, (Sial)) Clerk Circuit Court Bradford
Tartu claiming( InUmwt under the sal''
nodding. County Florida.
ing of known and named defrndanta:;, afore tald. de. J. D SPARK
the waters of : I get a car for Miami ?" I Orlando, May 18.-Growers anti gourd or vLburwl,"'. and that all portion Attorney. 827-8l..
confusion. whotworr' whole namo" or names are alieniil -
of and
shippers preishable vegetables
county, .to lie and are unknown to complnlnanl.
age or yes, Miss, I 'lows as how fruits will not be required to make a hot may .be or ...* Intt.n-Nti.l In Iho pi-op,,rtymolted NOTICE OP GUARDIAN SALE

prescribing could take yer but you aren't guarantee of payment of freight ( All of arson In thin 1 our anil, <.11 dfecrlbml) : northritHt an followa quarter. : of

alone charges on heir shipments under a north., ,,nut und huh nortli- Thlily days after data. hereof On to-wll
tions thereof. are you, at this hour? quarter wiitt of .Dm J.n.l Duy if Juno IH-'i I tha
slgmllcance of his words made decision of the Southern Freight As- ai.t .iiiartir, and rt hnlf or nortlm.ntMimrlti I'nilin>lititid as Huardlan for PrltiH.

Tho house I sociation which considered a proposal and and nnrtnvtivt southeast. ututiUr tf nurlhwe.tquarter (Iroover, Martha 11....".... Jonliua, Groo....
slightly. had never dream- quarter of Nouthw.

Memorial N'o. I being placed In such an em- of earners( that would require guarantees qtinrttr and of aectfon rthwet qnarur. of .,,"tho..t'Iunrh' I I hi\my:nil :liniover of: J. H and(ii-uoter Nonn tnw\or:DMiased: ;:: Minor wIUapply
two 12' outhu.M.t
terstate of 'ml'nt of eight chargeson ) : '|tmit. .- to the Honorable 10.: .V. (lardlnar.I .
situation. I'n 'r lOt nnnthv/ei.t quarter and mouth,, ilirctimit ...."IV Jiiduo. of llrailfold Counly. rlorlij, t
questing that I've had I stam perishable shipments. I..r nu Oidr to sell nt private sale n Onalletinth -
a ,
message, of martian thrtu (11)I north half of
: ,
American According to a telegram received north half and louthweat of u"dltldrd Itilenst each of said
weakly I quarlur oulhuittl -
"anyway, please Minora In and In the following described
to furnish hero today by J. Curtis Robinson, .lunrtcr. and west half of aolltheaat quarter I Limits, to-wll :
go.Vfll or will not e
you you get / and loiithiaat quarter of imulhcant
for the for me ? The boy can get my secretary manager of the Growers' of section four ((4)) ;: northiant quarter quarter andeaot ; Knot i hunt .In of: soutliu.iit;hurl quarter. section aiieepteight
acris non coimi 19,
this state to I and Shippers' League of Florida half of northwest quarter anil .outhi 7, Mouth
they have not been opened. ,. .t of township hang Ju rat. leventytwo -
quarti northwest quarter and north
memorial was Miss," tho old man answer- from Charles Barham, chairman of hnlf of inuthiaal quarter uf aeetlon nlna ((0)) i being acree.In 'Ilradfurd': or County lsi.: I sold, Morlda latuls I:: lying and
when notice the freight association In Atlanta, north half of nnrthweat quarter of ....Uon'II
l This' 21.t Uay of
me over, "and your coat I. all In township .lx (U) sown' raniteIn.ntylwo t1MAitYar.
tative Harris, ] ma'am, you'll need 'em, the the proposed rulo was dismissed. from I IJ KI iaat. contalnlnv ima thousand S-22-5t-fl-ln anoovEB,
he would the docket This makes second hundred. iniardlan..such ;
move mornin's tho seven nlntty (0.70'1'' aerva.mor .
purpose of <> right smart chilly. time that the same proposal has been or leva.ANO -
as much dignity as | north three hundred twinly ((120)) fat NOTICE OP' ArJ'U\TIt'I FOIL TAX DEED
On : dismissed. of. norlheaat quarter of noulhweM' quarter
Harris offered and an instinct of self pros The decision to dismiss the and ia.t four hundred forty.Hvo ((44ft> feet. of UNDER SECTION lie OP TUB
gave me a sense of compos proposal MouthtaNt quarter of olllheait quarter ofHoiilhveat \tlf\L:: 8TAIIJTK3Hereby
ing all ], tho telegram said l, came after the quarter, and ninth, half of nnrth-

ness in the toward the aoor. association committee had consideredthe west wet: four quarter: (I1)) of sear aoulhraitt, and went quarti half: ;of xoept oath notice l I. gKen. .that fl. D Wills purchaser

which the proposal and the protests> filed. ut>nt quarter of nouthoaat quarter, and nouth of taw sale certificates numbered re
everything out of my room," Protest filed state officials half of northenHt quarter of .0uLh..., quarter apeetlvely 1M and IA2 Issued by the Ta* Col ,
were by
Governor : : () over my shoulder "I'll bo except. flvo '15)) acre* In nn..h."I.o.n." .r. lector of Bradford County rlnrlda,' Raid tee*
cooperative associations and shippers' north of railroad) auction\ thirteen ((18)) ali tinente. ntimnereil 1MI .being dated. Juno T.
another ] from .. outhwivt. 'I"arlor..t northiaat quarter I 1 IHII.\ ; snit said eiTtlncnlo, nll"IN'.1 I".' being
leagues several states. Tho clo-
passed his I I passed through the big room IIHH tin tint' airtii In northeast corner, and dated' July 9. Ililfl. hoe Illid said certlflcat'Si
cixion is considered an important oneas sal half of northwent quarter, : ; and northdi I In my oiriro And has made application. foe
thus forging was an improvised lobby, I no > the of the proposed rulo .t quarter of oulhw.Ht quarter and south- Inc di-ed to ,lamp. \In accordance with law.
of progressive i : l a very thin man with a cap pull rat quarter of aouthweat quarter xcopt ten Said cirtldrads resiwctlvily i.mbraena th.
would have Increased tho shipping (lot aura In southeast corner In section following lands" In Bradford County Florida
ed in his eyes and a cigarette dang costs of the Florida growers by many Lw.uly.r..r t 4i., ulim north half of northwest nsaessid at the dati of the Issuance, uf atlctletfrtlflratoa f

The bill from his lips. lie had evidently! quarh of northtast quart. and weat In the natnea. reapeclliily Itareln*
thousands of dolors annually, it was half. and nnrthwvat quarter of southeast after larlli'ulnrly sit forth, to-wlt t
debate : / aroused front his sleep by our pointed out by Mr. Robinson. quarter, of siction. foiirUen (II) : also north- tlillcato N.. tee I 'mbrncis north half of.
the final roll I walked outside while I taut northiaHt ; unit nortliwist quarter of northwest tuartrr. aaa
wait quart* r east
I I, : : then Scri clary Robinson was one of the ;I,iilf of Ja. rh.1?: quarter of irllnaxt .1'I : -- ""n r.. ti.wniih p. 7. south. ranitn, 21 l. 20 moms I

votes for the something prompted mo lenders In tho Florida in protesting ,It r. of K.'i tlon twenty two '22)) also north- amiiNsid Unknown.
It came from .L4k'r! Inside tho lobby. The man 1 in wwi( iuiirttr' of northw, et quarter of section (',irtlllrnt No I"- ,.?,bents i il.t half ftnorthi
I! the proposed ruling. He filed. un oxtensivc t wentythire211( '' > : in township" elirhl l"l 'nst quarter' of mint I In oat ,ulirI.r. ata
amendment had shuffled over to the pretext declaring that its paR'sage mutt:: of rantfe Io. :.ltl..I two UJi ast oho; I lion ,,Ii. lownnhlit 7. south rango 'I I east. 50nerw

I I I > and was bending met the regis l I..t. nlniteeh .IMM, twinly. 201. twonty-nlno assess* d Unknown.
Governor would be discriminatory, and ) i 10). In Wondlawn In llnliss said rtfilcntiii shell h(* reiteamflllacrordlng
the | > (' was an eager absorption was insti'umental in having Governor; :Iandljhtrly I : ;:: ; ,, :tciwnMhlp\: :live (If). south son- to law lax ld will boor I thereon .
proval to manner. range twenly-two 22)) east. on Hi. I Mil' day nf June. A. D. IV.'II
latuie to (: i se'nlld) hours before reached Martin and Commissioner of Agriculture He. and Ihiy hereby. aro required to appear Witness my oiriclnl. algnntiire and ash this
the Bible : we Mayo wire protest to tho IIH- t to the pill of fomplalnt, Il lid In said 1 cause onor the Illh day of May A. D 1026
Holy but glancing at my wrist hi.fore Monday the Inl day of Auuut. A. (I I. W. ALDRRMAN.1
schools of the I in the art! light, I discovered Koi'intion u us well as having Commissioner I". lli-l : otherwise the allegations of said 'l4ial) Clerk Clreu Court. Bradford. County.Florida..

of the bill of Markets L. M. Rhodes make (till will bo taken as cnnfisaed by tho defendants "
we had been driving only about Dy C. A' KNIGHT.
a personal appeal at tho
to make I : minutes. 2:45-lt: was em- hearing. It la further ordered that this nnlor ho S-II-lt-t-12 Deputy Clarfc..
liulillnhfil oneo each week for
readings. : : : to go to tho Divines at that When cleaning clothes with gaso- w,..... In the liradford' County eiuht Telegraph eonstoutlve -, NOTICE '

Senate Dill : : when I had never been their lint', if n small household plunger is a KlorldaThla newspaper. published" In llradfard County.. OF CLECTIOt;

was passed. I before but that fact did not up used. 1 it will help to force out tho dirt the Zlllh day of May, :A. O. 1029n of By the. the,:State: power of Florida vested .I In the them Board by of th. PubllO laws

ed to as much as my indignation I and sunk unnecessary ,putting the ,l Heal) Llerk W of AI.IKHMNl Clroult Churl.By Inntruetion of nradfor.) county .Florida, .bar** I

I way I had been flagrantly i hands' in the gasoline C. A. KNKilll. liy calls an election. to be held at the city
trust .
Hall In Btarko nub neluiol., district on Tuea-.
by Warren Fisher. Deputy (lerk
day Jun. sixteenth I ll/.T to whether
agricultural say
of seem that a girl could be ColJs Cause drip/ and Influenza '' of Loiiiplalnanl I. 5.20 not they will annex rant hnlf sections olavalt d
the amount -IOt-7.5I
amt fourteen, sietlona twelve' and thirteen I
harmlessly coquettish QUININE Tablets remove :
capital stock, I township seven south, range twenty-one aat 3
: men putting upon her ac- the cause, There !I. only ooo "11romoQulnlne"E. Weal half seetlnnn seven and eighteen' township ,
ing engaged; the w. GROVE'S >lilf>i>"in>co boi ;Wrj NOTICEIV "ven south ran. twenty-two east '
to farmers, : wrong interpretation. Fleet three trustes and, determine( the mill...

car stopped at the address I TIn CIRCUIT COI'BT IS AND POrt to ho assessed for the ensuing two year.

After a ,Iven. |IR I-M/IIU COUNTY I.OKIDt.. 1M: CHAN.It For thn puriuHi of holding said election G. t
( KIT.I W Alderman. I) I E! Knight and B. S. Mat I
killed Bill No. Divines' Italian villa was a j Trcs. I I.IIHIDOK: RRDPI4II." Cumplslnanl. thews aru appointed manager*.
return of : piece of artistic architecture. ... L. wn KICKI.fTE1L1k.' .._; .
.. .. ... ."
nlWAST n nmoANiii!, -
\ \' gardens aa B. '
vote of gleaming in the WIGGINS 1'
seem and Individually. ,If In lifeiio.l
measure was> ) were bathed in an ethe- ,f liad then his 1151 lid AT Hocrttsry: puol.lcATrA.18.a|. -U
both and "u I..VW. D :VIIIr.F.R AND AA.WSIC' .

parent pro that it it hovered an old world 'IINVNTS'niR' AND: I>F.VIREF.IUJI'III FIKVI! ,VINDBH- Bradford In Circuit Court. Eighth;.;; ludlelal' Clreulli )
Lounty, Stale of Florida' In Chan t
VII N iinilnr
the Will of 1.0111811IlII.OTTF.
est chance of that was strange and i ci'ry,
/II \
OI.AN/.MAN dai
iI "I! prnbate.il" Bradford County. Bank a corporation. Cont.plalnant .
House Bill \ I hefoJI1Dtlb.
were many lights burning .HI IIT OF ...

nual ; with renewed courage, I ask .".I I llrndford neonliil Cotinty. Florida Nth, Pall I Val,.tt. and Martini' Valetta .hla wife

a fund from maid tOE Miss Mitchell. She 1 In ..'r"n':;? I I' amil I It Defendants appearing" by affidavit" append
l 'e'" Vn. I. 0. of sold
make loans to but :Mrs. pair to the bill filled In the
Divine had not un- .. K.mrds : the MR" '1 118 AT above-state*
application by ] an she had just from I \ w lIFVlHm: : AND AS.i .au. Iliad Paul Valslto and Martha .
come Valette. his wife, the ilefendsnts.
"I' w i,, ss ..r Ionian' OI.AXMVN. there '.
education I explained" whu I was and th< .e I I IJI'IHB' O1.AMANN! OH in named are non-rnll.nla uf Bradford
education up : said that I was 11l! l I I--K VNSMAN OR County, Htsle of Florida. soul their rqildelM .y
expected and] Is
unknowa, that they .
are ash the
over art
act the counti< ; I I1 l "> : OI.\NlMo\NN. diwoaa- "
room was ready. I f rmerly of I.AWTKY. Hrad- of wI1"n: yean It la therefore ordered
th ] that rald.nt defendants '
interest for : [ it be and .
was the nunly, .
longing nu : rld'ivrlV.l they hereby rwftitlred, tn .
e.k IS( AT TAW : .: appear to thu lilll 0 f it
and her ronildalnt,
swift tiled In said .
understands, I n \1SIVa. of OIISfAVR. rn'iso on or before?
Monday the flth ,day ul July. \ t). 1999 .
me ask for Mrs. Divine it oil I'll Dnol.SHAdAN. and
otherwise the allegalli .,f null lull' will ..
f of the belated hour. She hud ri"1 ''I. t..STAVE.. n right: nnoiHiiAo\N.enl I aa .LdrsUroI taken as confessed by .1.1! ,left.t,,Isnts' .
,tR'1 It 'Is
ordire.l that this'
color h.
and maybe I could u'.' I I'' '-,'. OIIIRB!: CIIAB-
r .IIIL.ANMAN, ; and of published once a week for eight, conseeutlv. .
'eK on her shoulder. weeks In tha Bradford. County Telegraph! a .
I -I I: \V/MAN.V; il<.,..... .
wait here for her" I told th... '' t Mrn.lf.nl county I Florldal' newapaper This published: In all I County and '.lute, .
May Oth I t D U25O j
IIKlrtS: AT 1.\W. DB.Nlt .
and began ,
walking to rf' ,
length < L \ \miOV8 of BEDI'HOt.RIIAIiAN. W. A LDERM \ V,

: living room with ii" wife orI A.(Seal a 1). CREWS. Clerk Circuit ''',..rt.

and high '' rtvr I : DROr.HHAOAM. bothI
: leaded windows_ ,I. lat of Mradfonl CounI billaltor for. Complainant. 8'e.t.T'> -e '

will pardon my unconventi; I '..rlla, SOPHIA" CLANi ::- ..
,.. ''" said a voice at elbow i MAX HACK AND NIClinflq ORDER FOR PV81.rCAT'II'
, my i RACK If In life, and IfI
; had just about retired." I hro their _"..-.\1.. MEIK4I : In Circuit Court, Eighth JUdle'sl': 'ircult.

," >she drew back slightly! as I I L t W. DBVISFK.I: '' AND Bradford County, State of .Florida lo ban.eery. .
,, I'.VS I : WARREN! P. WARD .
her, "is it really Sallie ?" i, :Hfe i and If dead. then' Mai Bradford County Dank a corporation eoroplalaaot -

only then that I realized m i I 'uis vr nitvisRKflv : : :
:' I '.n AxAIONAr/ THOMAS W. ... t
clod appearance. The long, l I I /i.1 Hi NO. If In life. and It J. Y. Scott and J. N. ii...,. Defendant* ,J
drive '' It appearing alTldavilt .,
had whipped hair tl..o his IfEIRB! AT LAW. by appended ti ill'
my a I .I.hRN l : AND AMIflNSt hill filed In the .bo./........ eaus InuU Y. \
my face and the scene at the I ILL OTHER PERSON I' Scott and J. If, Ifager the defended' herein .

t have left my face pale and I II," 'MND CORPORATION, named ant non realdenu(. of the. "iiu' of

That had been 'r, nu by through or under r.i:' and they i ara1 realdenta, off ::: eons <
a harrowing Htat '
,} v .o..r more of defendants Pennsylvania and are over age j}
it ,'i with Warren Fisher. n abnv. named, the lands of tivnntyone years : It Is therefor r I d I
II'V i''Mrt..of them deaerlbe.1 that relit non-realdent( ..defendant b" sr-1 I nre
happened, Mrs. Di- I ., I It "ll ..r implant' : AND TO heri.by required Id appear to the r,, I I..f.. .run. '
began and my voice waver- r till". WIIOIF WORLD, who mar i.Inlnt' filed In said cause on or 1.. '..:<.- vfon- '
can't tell 'n any rluht, title or IntereatI day, lh* let day of Inae. A. D 1 i I Ii
you what it was but "...I I t r1 aid 'lands In this' Bill wise the alleiatlona I of std bill 1 w' : .' n
awful." "Y 1 r. nplalnt, dt-MCribrNl. defend- as confa..d Dy said defundanla.
It I. further ordered that thus II .
my face in my hand and (....Vr4"...T[: .! BILL TO Q!'IET TITIB FTC Published. once a week for four c ,." .
[ '. .., .
' David :NOTICE: week In the Bradford County r. a
) Thi fmdants Bryant If n.iriranua. a. newspaper published In ..t,1> Cuuniy : ,".
dear child _
t and his my you must tell Exclusive' new photograph of Thla April 0th..
I .World's only in that way can I give President' Paul von Hindenburg,' Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day : w. ALDERMAN.
(Seal) Clerk C'"I'' court.By .
moon last I : assistance. second i president of Germany, Droseimsrefund money If PA7O O1NTM I EMT fallnto C. A. KNIGHT

. feller, Jr. voice was cold as sunlight on taken Immediately after he >ha.| cure lu-hinil. Ullnil: Bleeding or Pnifruillnil Deputy Clerk

J Ie.s> .of the I If and there taken the oath of office at Uerlia Piles Instantly relieves' Irrhlo4 Pile:*, and yriu) '\' 1. CREW9
.' was no touch of ram gel restful sleep after nr..l application.. -< i Solicitor for Complainant' U-l.It.S-'. \
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I PROBLEM OF BOLL trol. The cultivation and fertilization
Bradford County Telegraph h, should be such ai to keep the plantin
I I A THOUGHT FOR MEMORIAL DXY lfae We Kept Faith By A B CHAPINTo condition
- -- -- a vigorous growing so
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" that it can set a crop quickly.
Agriculture Experts Warn GrowersTo
Published wckl>- and entered as rH1tijtm&kvftirr

second class matter, at the post t: lie on Lookout train. Lake Citi'-luitVlute has joinedthe

office at Starke, TJorlda. :1 l* a. Gainesville Fla. With planting other progressive communities in
= the state by providing itself with a
c" --=--:- --
_________ tune at hand cotton growers should
e. 8 MATTIIEw:4.-------: Owntr.Manning chamber ol commerce. *or some time
take into consideration the questionof
J. C. ROBINSON .__ __ Editor boll weevil control say experts of its people hove felt the need of a

I From you. hands \J e the Florida Agricultural Experiment!I modern commercial organization

PI'BUSHED EnWI lo"IUU.YSl"IlSUtll'l'IO'l h C' t *felKrxwc(!fallina$ T2>rchB tJ Station and the Florida State Plant some central clearing agency for
a : / Board. The success of the past their activities. Their hopes were con-
t R\ I yours son should not be taken to mean. sea-I I summated at the meeting held in the
:/ u.t'rE1'er l I M'' Yi j jIf '
Tofwlciithigh stated that the boll weevil problem schoolhouse when over :sixty enthu-
Year __ $1.r>0 % ye break Froth it solved. Due to the mild weather of siastic boosters of the community, fir-

Six :Morth p_ -- _-- 75cM. r S r1 Witfiuswhadie. the past winter the number of weevils I ed with the spirit of progressiveness
r ooh h not steep, 1 surviving to enter the fields and that pervades all Florida, organized
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V 'F '' 1 PP -tart infestation this spring is liable themselves to place the advantagesof
I ? 1 Grow to to be high and the chances are that r Fort White before the world.
I 1r r FlancUrs Field weevil control work will be necessary

i i//I/ % I II ;If cotton is to be grown profitably. BRADFORD COUNTY REVIVAL

1 1No. Fields that were planted to cotton Beginning the fifth Sunday in May
I lust year should not be planted to this we will conduct a revival for Bradford -
I,| Hop again this year if it can be county at the high school auditorium

I 'VL p. ,, avoided, especially if the fields are Starke services at 8 o'clockp.

I II { surrounded by woods 1 providing !good m. Everybody welcome. Especially -
II I hibernation quarters for the weevils. ) do we invite all of the churchesof
These experts are advising that a Starke to cooperate with us in this
/ t031! I I p supply of calcium arsenate be obtained revival believing it will be a great

(: ml,,,'- ,r. '"t t ""Idl lIIghwal]' sit once and a copy of this year's blessing to each and all of them and
A ,..t, .lit) f recommendations be obtained from to everyone who will attend. Come
I f ,M9m I tlio county agent or the State Plant out nnd let's have an old time revivalof
I c\v' iiiiintv: |I"i "|1"1' .. 'Imnd, i--11"I.r Board I! ] nt Gainesville i i the religion of our Lord and Savior
( S,1JOo| ; ( < t'" I.ul. 1 bard uifuicil Nev we.T. wA4 re wsR.ND i In order to make a good crop of Jesus Christ. Special song service
roads! the movi'mi-lit imclinic; with \ dtton good cultural practices are each night. Rev. E. D. Boyer, evangelist -
the utmost inthuHiiisin at a rally I necessary in addition to weevil con- will do the preaching. 5J5t.
held at Drol1>wn. Of this amount I .
$500,000/ will be until In extending I I I
state road lit: to Cudar Key by way of ,r \ B Sv II
Bronson, Ottii C'rcik and Sumner. fOItVFI'tel I :' We charge
I .. { [Ntspau can your
-0- 1 (
They have discovered tho "missing i
,Jink." It consists of seven miles of Storage Battery In I
Trail Ridge sand near Maxvillu on the
Baldwin-Gainesville road, which Is ,
fine concrete the ICHI of the distance
Times-Union. Here's hoping the I Smith's StarkeFla.

j link will soon he missing-covered, II Garage ,
t with eight Inches of rock and asphalt. .

0 I
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Article J 1021 of the revised Ii. .NaulA ,L.Ii. .
statutes I CLM>EtllANcm' M.RD II!I, M 4 +L[ --
says: "Kviry: motor vehicle operatedor DIKS IN: (,.\I'I:' I S\'ILLE

this state shall, during the
period World War Veteran Has Been :.Sufferer PRICI PiA JAN 'j!. MA0. APR i NAY I JU..I JULY Au0 seer ocr. NOV ''Ole.oou. .
from one-half hour after sundown to for Long lime. .. ArNiW & RITCH
one-half hour before sunrise, display YORt6Y REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
at least two lighted lamps on the NA E YEi R M NTNLAVERAG4PRI ,
:front and one on the rear of such vehicle. Gainesville, May 25.-Clyde Franklin :ES INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE '
The light of the front lamps Chance, aged 31 years, eldestson 60' I 1021 TO 1924 1'--- ACCIDENT, LIFE. AUTOMOBILE,
shall be visible at least two hundred / r\- ,
feet in the direction in which the motor this city died thin morning at 1 5r 0 I I MADE PROMPTLY
vehicle o'clock at the family residence after
is proceeding and shall be
an Illness of several months which ;
provided with dimmers or some other --
confined him bed for sa4S'
device equally efficient in protectingthe to several weeks.
driver of a vehicle traveling in an The deceased was a splendid young \ f! I
opposite direction."" The day of run man of line character und beloved by

ning a motor car on the state highways all who knew him. ...4' fit"/ ee'. :035' J Low Cash Prices
When the I
minus a light or two on the call to colors came for 40' .
front and none on the real, has passed the WoilJ. war, Mr Chancey was "" '
and so has the driving of cars on among the first to enlist and served \ .
valiantly It IK believed the disease ;:::-
the stool rim. The of .r
protection I ..
traffic and roads has brought about which caused his death was contracted 30'9.. I / ,1- More BusinessCorn
while he was in the
the change army. -T .I'V ,
Resides his parents Mr. Chancey I N_.." m2a
-oi. I 25' !! t-! "r .
(i.\;MIs .\%i U rixll HILL PASSED Is survived by one brother, C. M.I| .; J 100 Ibs. $2.95
Chancey, of Gainesville and St. ... ,
Pet-I ........._..... .
.. .
Tallahassee, May 21.-The house crsburg, and sister, Mrs. Jlan ......_ No 2 Feed Oats 2.45
took consideration of Senate Bill Padgett of this The funeral
up city. was
That everything with n shell on goes, isn't the rule any longer. On the market
No. 215, by the joint committee of held this afternoon ut 5 o'clock. Interment I today. It still goes, but at n price below a first-class egg Opportunity for Big Ben Sweet Feed $3.00
the senate and. house and in .
on game was Evergreen cemetery.Mr.
the greatest success' In egg production lies In producing an article that ls better Shorts 2.45
fisheries, which came over from May Chancey was well known than the average, then selling It as such. It Isn't hard to dm) a market willing
19 on second reading for further through this county, at one time residing to pay a premium of 0 to 7 cents a dozen over firsts and from 9 to 13 cents I Good Rice I 1 Jibs, J 1.00
amendment. in Starke with his ;Barents. dozen over seconds, according to the Sears.Roebuck Agricultural Foundation.
Nearly all the rest of the morning News of his death will come as a The premium on fresh-gntherecl firsts at New York City during a three-year Sugar, 13 I Ibs. J 1.00
t session was taken with its con shock to his acquaintances here.
period over refill-gathered seconds Will substantial shown by the accompanying
( ) sideration. During the three days ;\1.\ltll'i: chart. Imrlnu February March and April when practically all eggs are Grits and Meal, I 00 Ibs. 3.60
the house had the measure under consideration good I. the prices of extra: firsts average only from 1 to 4 cents higher than tor
Pure lb.
( KlfillTIMJ: NEGRO Lard J 17c
: sixteen amendments were seconds. In May the spread begins to widen. In August the margin on extra :,.,

1(' adopted( with probably seventy-live Had Injured Ills Wife and Shot To- firsts Is nninml 0 cent It continues to widen until In November, when the Compound Lard, Ib. J 16c [
ottered, with many others pending lice Chief of Ocala high peak t Is reached, with extrns at 62 cents a dozen and seconds at 41 cents
when the previous question was moved It costs a little inure' and it takes a lot of extra effort to market high quality White Bacon, lb. 25c
by Representative Stokes, which Ocula, May 23.James Williams, eggs Vet the rain la ample return for the extra expense and labor
placed the bill on its passage. negru:13: :;, was shot and killed here _..-- -.-- Smoked Bacon, lb. 29c
Few of the amendments adoptedwere ; late today by II M. C. Thomas, sheriff '
vital to the measure as it came of Marlon county, after he had I Flour, 24 pounds
over from the senate. One of the most shot und wounded Chief of Police
Pillsbury plain $1.50 Orient
; $1.60 Town Crier $1.50
; ;
Vital, perhaps, was that which eliminated Morgan, while resisting arrest.
the necessity of paying a license Morgan sustained a I THE FARMER Sweet Rose, self-rising, $17.0; Blue Rose, $1.45; Bright

by residents of the state to fish wound when the negro is charged I Light 135. WE ARE SELLING FOR CASH.
with hook and line when not for commercial with having tired at him nU close I GOES TO MARKET

purposes. range, but is not seriously A. H. GREEN Starke
An amendment was offered by Representative attending physicians said. injured'i, OTHIR PRODUCT1--SUCM ,
McCall\ which would have Williams it is charged I I ; CROP 'Office V
required the recommendation and, ously injured his wife durIng an altercation I CROPS MONtr ire Tb BACCof943,000.000
t endorsement of the representativesand and Morgan! was wounded I t Jeooaooo
the senator from u particular when he attempted l to place tho negro 7 POULTRY:f "
4.' county for the appointment of a deputy under arrest. The negro fired at the -047.000.000- VEGETABLES ANIh1GL5--1-;
warden from each of the counties police officer as he entered tho house. '. DAIRY RAIScO

of the state, as needed before going William then retreated to an upper j 5l.OGO.POO.00 DAOOUCTS $$2,3.91DU0,0 0
else where for such ofllcers. floor anti opened lire with his weapons I CEREAL ilstAOOaoo _
It was said the effect of this amendment I upon the crowd which had gath- I f

s' would be to place the entire department erect in that vicinity 1 $3' acot1 !L $N16000.000 NAYGFORAGE$$1.480000,000 \\J ,',''I'' "

J 1 I uf !gumu and fresh water I lie- was killed by Sheriff Thomas ,, tJ O N ;:"""III!
fish, as set up l'\ the bill, in politics, I after the house had been set afire, :', ADAM.nI'':: ':
and after heated argument, the but the body was recovered l and the
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amendment was tabled fire cxtiiiKuixhed
however before tho @ 6
Representative Hendry of Leon dwelling was destroyed. | le2 !, "''I: '
county offered an amendment to have Williams is said to have come here :' "
his county excluded entirely from the sometime ago from Jacksonville. i, OTAL VALUE OF FARM PRODUCTS YEARS i ""il04.m""I ,

operation of the bill, saying they did Mr. Morgan is the son of Mr. S. F. 1914... $9.895,000.000 1919 23737.000000, Adams Won; Fame ,1,1''
not want to have nnythingto do with Morgan! of Stuikc nnd his friends I :' "It,
it, and thought it would be difficult here will be !glad to learn that his injuries ;, 1915/ 10.775.000,000 1920 18328000.000 ,
of enforcement there. The amendment will not prove fatal. ,'
k 1916- 13406000.000 1921 -12402.000000 As Financierjjiin ,
was tabled. I a
Briefly Minted, the effect of the SFCOM:' 11.\In' KO\D LIST ', 1917-.. 19.331,000.000 1922 "--' 604.000.000 ... .} :,::1"".',::',
measure is the co-ordination of existing IS PROVIDED FORM.1VILLE .... Adams, second H'"
president of the
22.480,000,000, 1923
law. relating to game and fish, : F\KMS OF 1918 ............ .....,.."... "" ....- United States : ': '::!!II
: enacts additional regulations for fish 23,000 won fame as a financier ..' ,'" ''I 'ii: r
-, lag and hunting and creates the de PUKE OF 200.000 1023:!:! the American farmer carried over $tOIxltitq,00d' i worth of when he \ri,1\, ,, :,
t\ partment of game and fresh water Jacksonville, May 2(3( .-The :<'In.1' trains nnd live stock diilrj and poultry products, fruits and \,'p..tables from the land. ;' '
S fish, headed by the chief to be appointed vine Farms tract, comprising 23,000 farm to the mnrl.ot The total. value of the nation's farm "Hll'lIt|' was $140.000-) ,.,t.,'"re'I.,
000 more than tI e estimated value for 1022:: and over SO.IGl.IWIII.OOO! > more than He.was
by the governor at a salaryof acres of cut-over timber land ana the :"':,,''Il'wilhil'
the value of the farm :
In ,
"' .//100 with town of Maxville 'I products 1014.la It Every 1".j"I ,"
per year, traveling expenses adjoining Baldwin "
1021 and' 1022\ the value of farm' product. loner than ,I:'
was any year i q'I : "
of 12,000. It also has been !,
authorizesthe purchased from Col. II. L. In Me bas ,
since 1016. when the totnl Will 113,40)1,000,000.' ) With the
entrance of the .. ,
appointment of sufficient Parr, of New A.'I, !, '
a number Berry, S. C., president j
United Statfi Into '
the World ,
war prices for farm crops almost doubled In \ : Make
I of deputy wardens by this chief of the Exchange bank there, toy value. In JOn the total value of farm product was $103.11,000,000: an In- r, up :i i.'J'S'! '
to be Jocsph I. : .
approved by the amount of
Triplett Jr.
governor,, in
attorney ennse,02:5.OIM.I.II)0: : : ) ) over' the preMons ;yenr. In 101S th.'llue had reached .
whose duty It will be to enforce the the liiibe building, for approximate. $!2,4W,000,000( and In 101f! It was estimated at $$33,7371 i.'ODD In 1920 the In the bank. I I ,,
provisions of the bill in the several ly $200,000, it was announced yester total value of farm products decreased the one! year more' than J3.439,000000.: 'invite
counties of the state. day. The deal was closed through the In 1931 there was a still greater reduction the total value having dropped to We $ t

i AH expenses of the department are Brantley! Realty Company. 112,402,000000, the lowest since 1013.:: Since 1021 values have been working _meth ds.' >(, .. ,
to be paid from the revenues derived :Mr.\. Triplett has been a frequent their way back to normal ...... "'! :
,; ; from the payment of the various 11- and heavy investor in Florida lands Of this year's crop more than OOO.OOO.OOO worth were marketed by the -

r I cense required. recently and has realized hundreds' farmer's own business organizations at the actual com of handling Reports .....
rut elll'J.z-.r. _
.";! of thousands of dollars on his deals from 2. WO grin co-operatives show business totalling 0,0oo,000' ; 1,841 dairy
DeLand-Commercial Club formu it is reported It is understood he will products organisations did. a business of $.1111))0.1.11100, > ) ; l.liU live stock shipping
,); / dating plans for new city limits to hold the MaivitU Farms tract, a da- I associations, 'Z80.000.mu; TS cotton co-operative. I100.OOO.000 and 14 tobacco Bradford County BankBradford
.I,;j. take In seven times the present terri slrable piece of property, for future'' I organizations $132,000000. Only 8,313 of the 10.3ml org inlsutlons have reported I
j tory.fi' re-sal of which 00 per' cent were primarily engaged In selling farm products.. County' Financial Stronghold

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