Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 29, 1924
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879. =C C Subscription-Per Year, $2.00; Six Mentis. SI.00- in Advance. -: E. S. Matthews; Editor Proprietor
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I SPRING MINSTREL I E. S. Matthews Selected for Important -

I Mrs Edward Burns and those serving Pout Starke Independents Among State
One of the most delightful affairs Some of the strawberry growers I I /
of the season was enjoyed by the K.I of the county report their strawberry The Spring Minstrel at the Gaiety with her on the finance committeeof Teams Who Will Attend

K. Klub when they were entertained plants becoming infected with red I Theatre Monday evening, March 3rd, the Woman's Club gave benefit The following news item was Rear

L by Mrs. G. A. Collins Friday afternoon I spiders. From Plant City comes the is /going to be one of the most unique I[ bridge party Thursday evening at the in the daily papers of the state last! The Young Men's Christian Asa'n

from three to seven at a Wash report that .they are doing considerable and amusing entertainments of its ''club house, and as a result, (20.90 Friday: of Jacksonville, through K. S. Curli.U-

ington's birthday party. damage to the plants in that sec- kind ever given in Starke. 1 I was realized for the building fund of I I Tallahtisse, l'eb. 21.By( the Associated physical director, are completing '.urnngpmentH .

The rooms of the lower floor open- tion. These insects can be controlled I Besides having a chorus of fifteen the club. Press.)-Eugene S. !Matthews for n state-wide bifkei

ed ensuite and were tastefully deco by the use of sulphur and we I beautiful and talented young ladies, I The tallies were done in little of Starke, will nut-coed thu late ball meet, to be hold in that city

rated in accordance with the occasion. give below the best methods of apply- there will be eight expert black-faced hatchets and .the George Washington I I A, I). Campbell, of Chipley, as a men- March 1't, II, and 15' and basket bull

The score and tally cards were donein ing this remedy us recommended by I comedians, with an unlimited storo I'> idea was carried out in the tasteful I I her of the state railroad commmsion, teams who feel they are entitled too
1 it was nnnounccd tonight from, the for for the state
cherries. Prof. J. R. Watson, entomologist of lof jokes and some of the newest- decorations. I II ploy chnmplon.sliip
Miss Mable : executive oIllcoH. Mr Campbell died invited to .
and dances. Among the ladles, arc participate.The
Following several auctions of bridge the Florida Experiment Station, as songs
it was found that Mrs. C. F. Hoover I well as the manner in which the Special features fop- the evening: I Weller made high and was presented I: about two weeks ago following an floor "for! the. games will be fur-

field high score, and as a prize was plants and berries are affected( by this I 1. Miss Amanda Lightfoot, the with a curd tpble cover. N. operation for appendicitis.Mr. nih nliT\ the Y. M. C. A. Each
J'ivli'nI.. dainty hand embroidered I spider. famous dancing coon. This attraction :berg Made top score among Stern-I I Matthews! will bu a cundidatt team will pay its own expanses, and

guest towel. Mrs A. S. Crews received Infested plants bcome and I alone is worth the price of admission. and| was handed! a nest of ash trays. I for reelection, according/ to information will receive a pro-ruta share of Hi
gray I and M. Sistrunk ,I obtained hero, and will make t receipts. They will also bo entitled
consolation( a box( of candy; dried in and finally 2. Dance by little Miss\ Lillian Mis. J. L. Frazee G. a I
representing' a cherryog.\ turn yellow up appearance and die. Strawberriesturn I Sternberjr.!; This dainty little lady ni.ule low and to Mrs. )Frnzeo: was vigorous campaign for the nomination to n share in the profits, If any, nft i iexpenses

Divinity candy was served during brown and remain small and ,will charm you with her graceful ,given n weekend set, and to Mr. in the June primary. ( are paid. Tho business m<'n
motions. !II-razee, cigarettes and cigars. The IIv haM been active in public I life of Jacksonville will back the event
the and later the tables
game, were hard. If examined closely, infested!
arranged with dainty side 3. !Mrs J. L. Brig**, of Jacksonville i pnzo packages were tied with red in Florida for twenty years or more. land will donate trophies for the
crepe paper plants, particularly the under
will give selection of Indian ribbon nnd ormanentud with cherries. having been n member of the lower winning team.
bridge/ sots painted in figures of the leaves, are found covered with a I
and cherries. The refreshments consisted : u web of fine silk, under which the songs in concert. Mrs. Brlggs needsno I I At the dose of the game, the house of the' legislature for sevura Tho list of teams entered are us

of a frozen fruit salad course minute yellowish mites can be seen introduction to Starke audiences, I hostesses served\ fruit naiad, anilines I, terms and was speaker in .107 I when I follows: Florida Varsity and Florida

with hot chocolate and whipped cream with thu naked Under a good as she is already a favorite here. cocoa and whipped! erla0%. i the!I served his second term Ho f fl ml Freshmen, Gainesville; Greenbacks> ,
Miniature Uncle Sams used eye. 1. 11lssIay: Blossom Williamswill Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg. Mr. tame to the legislature in 1005) us So. Jacksonville; F. K. C. Clerks, St.
were as
lens discern the eight-
one cun readily
Mrs F. I'. Mr. and IIrs.I I I representative from Bradford I Augustine Southern College, LakeI -
favors. Mrs.> Collins was assisted in legged adults which from red to give a group of popular songs, i Viand I Stump) county ;
looking after the of especially suited for the occasion. O. L. Uuaslcy, Mr. and Mrs. H. II. ,' and in addition to that and l 11107!> he land ; Stetson flatters l>i>tund!; Vero
pleasure her I I
in color the bright red
guests by Mrs. E. R. Neff, Misses Aileen and green the white ,skins which were eggs cast :Miss Lucile Mitchell will sing, a I Young Mr. and !Mrs J. C. Hoover, (I wns again returned in I I'll' and l)2iMr. : ; :' Independents, Vero; Starke Independents

Alvarez and Hilda' Lewis. delightful number- suited to her con- Mr. and Mrs. C. 1"'. Hoover, Mrs. A. Matthews! in editor, und publisher Sturke; Y. M. C. A. teams
olf when the molted.
Those playing bridge were Mga-' tralto voice-, and there will be other W. Anderson, Mrs. F. 1.. Turner, Mr.I I of the Brndford County Telegraph Jacksonville, Tampa, St. Petersburg,

,4' dames O. L. Beasley, N. Sternberg\ These spiders belong to a group [ beautiful solos, amusing, readings, and Mrs. G. M. ::;Slatrunk Mr. and' weekly paper published ulS St. Augustine, Daytona, Miami;

F. F. Stump, E. R. Neff, Walter Wil- called spider-mites, which includesthe and an extra-good six piece orches Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mr. and Mrs. L. to i'la-,, where he also 'IH interestedin I Seminole Canoe Club, Jacksonville!

liams of Valdosta Ga. Belcher rust mites of citrus.. The best I Wyman, I Dr. and Mrs. E I.. Biggs, the banking business lie IH U'I The Starke Independents will make
Taylor -
i t- of New York, F. L. Turner, O. I remedy for any of these spiders or tra.The cast includes! the following I Mrs. G. M. Inman, Col. and Mrs. A. I ardent! ndvoeate of good road II good Knowing lit thin tournament.

L. Haynes, Florence Powell, S. L. mites is some form of sulphur. Use persons: S. Crews, Miss !NobleVeller, J. J. Commenting, Kilitorlnlly: upon this They have a list of victories to their

Peek, E. M. Johns, E. L. Biggs, Edward either free sulphur, or some of its Interlocutor, Mrs. E. M.!\ .Johns. I Truby, Col. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee, the Tampa Tribune Hit id,; credit and are looking for more.

1o Burns, II. H. Young, C. F. Hoover compounds' applying it dry or in the End men : !Misses\ Elizabeth Andrews I !Mrs.\ Taylor neither, of New York, appointment I : Matthews, the newly appointed Under the guidance of E. K. Perry-

J. W. Andrews, Jr., L. Wyman!, J. form of a spray. Free sulphur is one Ruth Sternber, Kate Sttruth, and Mrs. Edward Burns, 1\Ir. and 1 member of the State. Railroad, men they are developing into a machine -

i C. Hoover, C. A. Futch, G. M. of the best remedies against red Frederica Struth, Mrs. Taylor Belcher ( :Mrs. E. M. Johns Commission: will make that organization 1 that will put un opposing teamon
Si"-I I spiders. It is somewhat slower in its
an ideal member Ho IH high their mettle
Mrs. Jim Godwin, Mrs. Fred Sapp n
trunk E. S. Matthews A. S.
action than compounds of sulphur -
some business
> i t'llKS man of integrity and!
and Mrs. Will Blakely.
]I. McLeod Miss
Gargaret '
4 of Boston, Miss Mabel Weller.wyman'l' often taking two or three days Chorus: Mesdames A. Z. Adkms D. IIEItill'1'SThuradny ; ;! practical eiipei/ l'l'. (]ov. llardccIn I'l.OIUD.VN FINK EXPOSITION -
; 'or more to do its work, but it remains E. Florence always doing the right thing tit| I IS lir Knight, E. L. Biggs,
Those invited for ,
ten were
Mes-I: active for a long time, frequently for : night the Keystone the right time.'
dames J. L. Peek, L. J. W I Powell, A. W. Anderson, J. L. BriggH,
two or three weeks and usually kills Heights basket bull team played the AH a publisher, member\ of the( 19,1)00'I..It! > <> Show In New York
Boston, Will Elakely, f': L. Brooks, : Misses Hilda Struth, Aileen Alvarez" ,
local five the court the
the mites. on uptown ,
I lust.
legislature/ member of the tll" com. ) l lIuy-I'ckliNj) Keep Order
J. G. Godwin, II. A. Bishop, A. Z. Ad-I Nellie Stearns, Louise Fernandez,
d '' Sulphur can be applied dry and be resulting score being 21 to 4 in favor mission, und a hanker, Mr. Matthewshas In Rush for l'rult I
kins E. M. Davis J. Vivirette Floyd, Ethel Griffin, Carolyn -
M. Alvarez
driven inty the strawberry beds by lof Starke. Quite a number of residents had abundant opportunities tu
Misses Jeannette Matthews Aileen Fripp and Marguerite Shriver.
means of a blower or duster. In the of Keystone attended and the familiarize himself with tho problem New York, Feb." 21.-- Wintry New '

Alvarez, and (Hilda Lewis. strawberry patch it can be applied Orchestra Mists: Rosa Leviton, pianist.. home team bad a large number of that the nnn>ii
ICE PLANT:' INSTALLING OIL by hand, or shaken into the vines Lee Allen, violin. enthusiastic rooters out to witness and decide, und he Is, (therefore the Routh land',. fruit und vegetable

SUPPLY LINE through a closely woven cloth or a S. E. Hitch, clarinet. the game. ---- the right man in the right place. product und the many joyful scenes
: perforated can. Mis sense of justice Is a guaranteeof brought( hero for I the Florida state
David Moore"*, cornet. MISSES IIUTTO GIVE; : I'UTYMonday
W. L. Wall is completing connec- It is advisable to mix sulphur with Bob Demorest- saxophone fairness to all.Vt! have no doubt expoMitlon. The large\ Madison Siiuaru
hydrated lime, three to one. This that these Garden auditorium, which has housed
qualities, and his well
tions for a pipe line to the municipal E. H? Smith, enxophone. evening Misses Sehellie
lime may be made by adding 82 known the. exhibition, cloned tonight lifter
ability, will gain for him the <
light and water plant, the bond trus- J.V.. Morgan. drum. and Edna: llutto entertained in honor
pounds (4 gallons) of water to 100 nomination he will seek in the more than/ 11,000!:) ( ) people had wit-
tees having agreed to sell crude oil The Spring Minstrel N for the of Misses Bvniiit) und Mattie Bethay,
pounds of quicklime. Mix the lime nuHHed the Floriilu show In tho
from its storage tank for running the benefit of the Woman's club, and l ill of Alachua, who are visiting their primary, June 3rd. pant
:and sulphur thoroughly. It is best to( One of the seven days.Approximately, .
case to he decided lit(
semi-Diesel engine installed recently I under the capable direction- : of :Mrs,, sister, Mrs. Walls. I
apply at dusk at night, or early the I I'3,000, people visited
next sitting of the railroad
I at the ice plant. By this arrange- E. M. Jobne.Admission Many interesting games were played commissioners -
morning, in order that it may stick whre the dhow on closing day Thousand.
Mr. !Muttthowx will
ment one storage tank for emptying 25 and 50 rents. Cur- and some enjoyed dancing to the
' better. I brought their baskets and! suitcases
the tank cars of oil into will supply tain rises at 815.: strains of the victrAla; Mr. und Mrs.Hutto' make his debut, will concern the -
This dust is particularly effectiveon Jacksonville Traction Co., and will to the exhibition tonight to
both plants with fuel oil. also furnished some good
t strawberry plants because of the bo the largo quantity of
one of the most important carry away
!Miss\ Amanda Llghtfoot., the famous ntring At a late hour refreshmentswere ever
fact the leaves lie close to the ground. brought before that body. fruits( unit vegetables distributed! an d
ZIFF dancing coon, will be a special served by Mrx. Hutto, assistedby ....: '
One of the strawberry growers of souvenirs by the Florldiann. The rush
attraction of the Spring Minstrel on Mrs. Walls. Twenty guests enjoyed -
Ziff, Feb. 29th.-Services were held the Lawtey section reports using sulphur Monday evening. this ple'l ant evening.BROOKER'S Dr. und l Mrs. W. IL Lee, Col. und l for the gifts became! no "great at times
Rock church and to combat this insect in his Mrs Joe Hill William, of Luke Hut that i poliie officer were required to
at Sunday
Saturday ,I ____u __ _____ __ __ __ __ __ ____ __ u __ ler motored to Starkn 1IIIII't'r6'o| the crowds land the Ifstrl-
by Elders Moody, of Lacrosse, and strawberry field and strongly recommends Sunday -
Kelley, of Brooker. the use of it to other growers LOCAL NEWS ITEMS bution of produce had to lx temporarily
stopped Tho Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott are the who may he confronted with the SAme many
r proud parents of a daughter, born problem. KKVSIONKKloridn : :' : I It:If ill rs displays will be removed from the
Garden Monday Few of tho special
Feb. 17th. Brooker, Feb 29th.-H. P. Gniney Mr and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, of
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and child- MEETING OF SUNDAY was a visitor to Starke Friday. Starke, spent Sunday here with the HUH ('aught/ Without A (Hoot attractions brought here by various

ren were the guests of their brother, SCHOOL WORKERSRev. Miss Lorene Ilazen, of Raiford, la tter'. sinter, Mrs It. I. Osteen.M. Jack Cnldwvll, of Keystone counties will I.e shipped hack toJo'lurl"

p,. Erney Dowling, of Hampton, Sunday. was the guest of her parents, Mr. I'. Matheney motored to Gaines- Heights, recently proved the statement ".
Messrs. George Rivers, of Starke, W. F. Dunkle, S. M. Williamson and Mrs. E. M.\ Ilazen, for the week- ville Friday that Keystone Heights In. unsurpassed The builk of material, however, is

Grafton Adkins, of New Rivr, Mis and T IT. Bunch, of Jacksonville, end. H. P. and r U K Gainey and A. A. -in its Ii8hng| facilities being given away. The Florida' Citrus:

ses Ollie Kelly and Opal Lewis were will speak this afternoon and evening Mrs O.V.. Thomas and H. E Ilazen attended church at Rock Sun- when ho pulled in an eleven pound, Exchange, Orange, Seminole, Hillx-(

visitors to Starke Sunday (Friday) at the Methodist church, in ,Thomas were visitors to Starke day. thirty-two inch bam from tho dock borough and other counties, have

Messrs S. L. Prescott and Bill the interest of Sunday school work. Wednesday.Mr. R. E. Ilazen left Sunday for Newman at Lake Geneva. Jack hud caught n inailu arangomcnts to distribute largeUiintitleH

Hines were attending to business in The- officers and teachers of the and Mrs.: J. J. Morgan were where ho will enter tho school ana pound bull-head which attracted <| of their fruit and vegetnlile -

Starke Friday. Lawtey Sunday school have been Invited visitors to Dukes one day last week. of telegraphy. the attention of tho hungry bass, ,< remaining from the exposition

:MissViima!' !May of Theresa attended to this .Eet-together-meeting. Elder W. M. Moody! of Lacrosse, F:. J. Lewis was attending to business The bull-head was promptly swallowed tfN..w York'x poor families "This''

church at Rock Sunday.Mr. which will begin at four o'clock in attended church at Rock Saturday. in Starku Thursday. I by the larger Huh, and its horns exposition" has surpassed all expert .
tionx, (;ieneral Manager P. T. Stri.,
Hines and Ethel the afternoon and at seven in the became caught in thu latter' gills -
and Mrs. Bill Mr. and Mrs R L. Stewart, -Mr.) I ,
Dyal were visitors to Graham Sat- evening. At six o'clock, a luncheonwill and Mrs I. W.y Plnholster attended Death uf Madison Shaw KO that both of the Huh wont landed dor said I lit the cloud tonight.
the club house to The garden)! ) haM hewn packed with
urday. be served, at church at Graham Thursday. with comparative ease.The .
Mrs. Eli Prescott and daughter, all officers, teachers and pupils over Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas The death angel visited the homeof penple -iirly every day of' the sir', 'I.I ,

Edna, returned to her homo neat: seventeen years of age.J. motored to Alachun Thursday Mat A. M., and Ke.tllno, '

Starke Friday, after o few days visit Miss Mary Thomas, who has beena took from his home his father, Madison Club !1M rapidly enlarging the fund I l I
here with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Pres F. Douglass, of Lake Butler, was visiting relatives near Lacrosse, Shaw, Sr. Mr. Shaw had long for the piano which thu organizationin Ida will reap wonderful result' i t'r ,'II,,

a business visitor to Starke Wednes stopped over here Thursday enrouto been a resident I of this place and was buying for the church Weekly lhi effort, the manager datl'd t.i 'f:, >
cott.Mr. wan talk cxhlbJti' (tr.l. '!
and Mrs. Dill Hines, Delathia day. to Sturke. muc-h loved and respected by all who dinners for the um of thirty-flvu among i

Starling;: of Cooter Pond, and Alva : Mr. Swllley, of lacAhua, was a bus- I knew him. He Is survived by never a I 'rents are -feeing served by the members about tion In continuing the Florid i i'xo

Thomas motored to Hampton Sunday.J. HIGHLAND j iness visitor here Saturday. children, a host of grandchildren anda to help, swell the fund. coming yean. They: wei! n, I r
ly all agreed that tho exh !1.r' ,n '" 11 I
B. Thomas visitor to host of relatives and friends. The -
was a Mi's Lorene Hazen was shopping ,
Mrs. Ida B. been a wonderful thing foe I ,rid!
Feb. 29th.- i
At InnMr.
Gainesville Sunday. in Alachua Saturday. many friends here and elsewhere Keystone
Williams made a business trip to L. O. Hazen, of Gainevill, spent ( sympathize with the bereaved ones I 0. f.. Smgley; of Meadvfllo,
Dr. Bonn of Atlanta
AUCTION BRIDGE PARTY Jacksonville' Thursday.Mr. the week-end here with relatives. in their loss. Pa., is one of the guests at Keystone On, was in
and Mrs. Thos. Mersereau are I I, Inn this week. Mr. Hingley Is the town for a few days, and si >.. ted l ntHoUd '
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Miss Mabel Weller and her cousin, receiving congratulations on the arrival u president of the famous Keystone Marion.!.

J. J. Truby, entertained the Twentieth of a fine girl Saturday the 3rd. View Company at Muadvllle, and Is
" Century Card Club Friday evening.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Click and chtyd- I Owners of Harding Newspaper I the only man responsible for the Hotel r.r.rion-Wherll your r patronage -

1(. II. Young won the first ren, of Jacksonville, were visitors working out of a systematized visual la solicited and appr.elated.Enoch .

prize, a card table cover, and among here Saturday. i education which Is now In use in
Griffin of was ,.
Monday with Lawtey, a yr -
E. M. O'Kally spent ( thousand schools
\ the gentlemen Dr. E. L. Biggs made over thirty through star to Starke Monday.
high and was presented with a set of his family at Sparr. lout tho country. )Mr Slngley is

auction bridge cards. Mrs. J. W. An- Mr. and Mrs. Claude Allison, of f 'f .t.tY .tt touring the state in a Cadillac car YOUNG TO OPEN BIt :sin I ftl-:
drews, Jr. and II. H. Young each Indiana, are the guests of their aunt, I f M and will leave soon to visit Miami,

made low and as consolation each received Mrs. Ida Williams, for a few we.b' '_ t 1J St. Petersburg, Sarasota, Tampa and ; .o. F Young, who h,14 i i JI' ..,-
a f. ,ffM other points south. lie intends to
a handkerchief.The stores In Florida, Wit i i in .' .
hostess served tempting refreshments B. B. Williams, of Jacksonville} drive bark north and will| make Thursday, and cloned, 'id'. : ,

of chicken salad, hot rolls pent Sunday here with relative : several stops at the National Tcal'bi C. Powell for the utor-, <" ,'/ d-

sandwiches: potato chips, coffee, cocoa Mrs Richard English! of DeLand, e i era' AR "..illtill!. Mr. Singlcy owns nut and Call utre.-ti. t L 1

and whipped cream. arrived Sunday for a visit with hn property on Brooklyn( lake, which Is upon thin. tutor, .. "v- ,

The guests Included Mr. and tin. parents, Mr. and Mrs.: E. L. Griffi. one of the five beautiful 'lakes tou'-h- a fall line nf dry .t' -

Edward Burns, 1>11'. and Mrs. Nat i J. E. Wimlu.: : ly was a business lag the land of the Lawrence Developing to-wear., etc.

Sternber, Mr. and Mrs. IL II. Young I visitor to Jacksonville! Saturday. the Marlon ) Company. When It.. etfnr- Mr. V"> in : I :n v i o' i-
who (0.
Master Cuthbert Padgett wefft to Roy D. Moore and Loafs IL Brush, bought
Dr. and-1ors. E. L. Bi IfS. Mr. and i with Ftar frent tie Late President Harding, appeared before the Senate'Cemmitt ed, Mr. Slngley hopes! to build on tion for hn i i' : WK'iBrutfor '/ '
tot visit
\In.! O. L. Benslcy Mr. and Mrs. J. I I Gainesville' Saturday' a to deny the charge that an excessive pries! was paid for this land which is considered ant tnrrv a IIP- of first "II.I s i >II fl" I
hl..nh... N-. v'amft Pad.Ilect. -
V* A-.*-- T- "'- 0 T """" "1 '.: "."s,ny. "''II fJJ Weal bu.ldn.r; > ,

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Scout-hole road 6.13 n Johns, road foreman S R 18 76.00 -
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l Bond Hanley' Andrews, labor on road "" 3.00 DISBURSEMENTSJuly II Ilubbard Co Invoices to data 17.07 I
: Report of Trustees J W Padgett labor on brooker and 3rd. UU Mallory Alvares

Doan bridge ________________.... 2.00H ERNe": Salary 1.ngr., June .___ tU 800.00 brace road (
II K Mills. labor on Brooker and rt.illnn. Salary. AMU Engr118.00 R H Thomas, t ,
Doan bridge _____n_ ___n______ 18.28 J F\ Kiclililer, Jr. Bal.l on salary Ilnml 1 Trustee !
r Harlry -Howard, labor on Smoker and- I I fur .lunt _.. 00.00 r..I.lntc I
I Of Bradford County Fla. Donna bridge" _____-______________ 24.50 J G i <;",id isin. hal on aalary, June ._ 15.00 !ml unll" |, .
: R P Lewis. labor on Orookor and (tola I Hunt & Co., Inap. ereo- I White A ,

.. Drama bridge _.____ _____________ 28.88 .', Ibr P R A Co. .... > O.S3 Flrfiiroof |
I'crvls Lewis, labor on Urooker and 0 C Jcn. -.- 17.32: Alidfrnon'a ( i iConnunu

GJtNiR'ilFnm I rood ._ __ ._ .___________ 18.80 Doana bridge ____ -_______.____... 24.60 nd t..,"" oil eta __ 7.75 ( 04 Lbr. !
W K 'C'jruilt'- NnilH ax, eta ___ _.. 8.47 Reddlck Thorium, labor on Smoker andDoana Irn>lfiird' Cc" Printing jam Hornaby, I _
.ltiIy 8 t, rolvd from county c.mrnis.Iofl1I I :1318.U9 n IVrkmH' I.ittnlH'r,) lor hrldirea n.___ 10.78 b."b. .___ __.____-.. 21.00 I & I'ulille Notice -...... 43.30 brace.. road I IB
-V. Lonl on and H & W I Ii Drew Bnara.Bupidiea I'crkins. :
.1 0 H.iri. II."b..r on Hrookor takes
..Iull3., received from r,;. W. ilayci.t 8J4.S2 1)u1.0 ,1'Vrry/ road .__._____.... 4.38 Donna lar. --------.--------- 2S.7J _C"_ .--_____ 11.28 Andnws A I I 0
** collections Hiirlc'S. .Aiiilrcw Lnbor on DrookerIJukcH J W Lewis, labor on lirooker and \ M Darby, oil for tractor 15.00 .COal. ntrt of tprliig It'u
..Jull11.. real\cd from Union Bountyon __ _. bridge 21.00C J.1V WliilSon, supplies .___ 1.90mith'o Ive
.__ 0.93 ) Ai 1 I-i-cry, rtmd 7.88 Doa" ------------ ---- -- DrFanl him (
... well
ItM brldir. ---- --- Alk-n ConlHy. Labor on Breokar. I /. labor on Smoker and ,$' KM. oil -.-... 1,75 road .--_ I cln' ,-
Aam. I, rcc'l\cd from E. W _._____ __ ._ 1S.7 (,,.,ilv.ur Rubber Co., Belt John 41 C.
_.. ... 429." n..". A I'Vrry road ._____.__._.- 8.88 Doana bridge ; S R by Jlngl I
.ollwllons ? Brooker and ... I lo'I
Levy labor on I for niln driver 8 R 13
\V II Htir'-ll Lnbor cm Drooker ---
Au. ". 15. rcei'lvril from. .E_..W...Uny.tA .... 114.10S"It. liukm Jit l l'i-rry, road __._-___..___ 88.DO Don.I'"ct..101' .__.___.__ _____. 7.00 S U; Iluhhard Co.. 500 ft rPU: : T .1 'r..rry, the trouble Is, and
colliction --- and .__ )
H >or on M irlll Head S J U U
Hill, Conli-y. Lubor on Drooker Broker < Rllh.n.|
11. received. from E W Hayes. 17.80 Jlukoi t'Vrry road _____________ 8.18 I'adloL1.l( ___-_..__ _______ 10.50 I fur. ,,' .- 81.81C T J TVrry. spot,-he's peuterecl
ii." rnltcetlunn ,, Smoker John Baxter labor on road ___. 18.00 A I utcb frt on Co and bin
M L ".. -II. I.nbor on u d.lvel .
/ On .. ricolvod fium Slate Road Dcpti 15.88 BukiM & lorry rood ____u.______ 8.88 Wall 4k Johns Ibr for bridge __-_ 11H.88 |loStI _. u_._plo_ .._....... 1.14 Bredn"l Storke
S ( fund, I" '. camp 12 W M Hurrill.. lubor on Drooker Bradford Hank M ( Grlffls. I Brvtioii lA\e Stock Co., EnRrai S Hubbani. ') 0 lot. Last t: wed
.5 N,. 'n nniwd from County Com- Count 90.1a Juno .. .... I
Dukes A Ferry road _______ ._ 4.60 for -
n -- lubr 8.1'10.1 In the of
"" inn, t;n* Inx tax refund, auto ('{'jibui, Ilurroll.) Labor on Brookar Starka, PayroiPfor'Aui"__ 64.88 :J W Andrew, Jr. ...-._ Ettot angle
Iicin'4etc I 24SS.28No lumber __ ._ ____._ 10.47 Bradford 1 Co Bunk, payroll, Jun 617.88
THX Collector _. 1H.04 DukM & Ferry road -.. ------..._ ..00Elbcrt B Perkins u En Est bothered him to
S > MCi-lved from Hank of Stnrko. payroll, June ._. 387.87Dtival I.F"
Harn.ll Labor on Stark and October 2nd, 123 Est
N. I I''i. ."...Ivad from Can tax, Auto 1100.04No Scout-holo road ____________...... 2.83 A A Durden. Exp. Trustee meeting MnUir Co.. settlement for on worst you ever
!.,c, "S. .: : _d.t.m-; E-w-ii.- .'010..., Labor on Stark and jl2( __ ._ _.......-.. 3.00 Tractor 11011,0. etc -.. 507.80Eni'limiT R Mel'., ..Ial' I also afflicted
_'.i. .. ______. Torodo"Exp.. Truatee meeting & ) lumber ._._ 881.02 I he'l
.._.. '729\ .07 Hri.ut-hf( ?lo mini _. ... 2.00 W E R..I. for Nov _
.. ? ? 3."0 F.M'ltiKcr A bal Involeo till It
; W J J HirLuiiLii. Lnbor und hauling on 10-2 -- -- ------ S H cough,
?r.m8 Hayes.tu .
NV received .
Hampton A rrnbatn Hampton & J C Cone Exp. TruaUei meeting I M"vth, lumb. -. 8.80 for
in _r..cuiii; _License _n. 22.2.48 MPIT. 4lainravIIhroad.. ________________ 41.60 10-2 .- -. n ___.__-......... e.OO B I'-rkitm, --------.-. 184.55 Engr A Collina. If he'l up an'
S PIT I I', from Auto for Sept. __._____ 76.00 Sterna, Bran, lumber _... 91.73R : 1
... 1280.74 \VH! I'uicli. L lor on Hampton 4kiriihnm C A Futoh.Sal ncr for Nov.. I spring he's lost
-O, rotoived from inn lax (; ,i--nd .____.___ _____.__.__ 10.00P C A Futcb Incidentals for Sept. -.- 7.08 1 T..m., 276 fenCe post. J F Klckliter.
.. .. tf.g84.tjl T I'lurce Hauling on Hampton Jell irinTIa I labor on Lnwtey andHighland ronl ...- 55.SO R H ... of raisin' gar-
: FCi-ovlpl" tTritlium rond __ __ ________n___ 14.00 I roads. _-------_---___ 88'I Auciuf 7th 188Rcynnldit nmd*.h.m.. took the "flu"
-.5-- L A Wynn Hauling on Hampton D labor on Lawtey and & Jonea, lumber for Horrmby alI

: DI$1IIRSEMTNS: Gvnlmm mutt __ .-____. -. .________ 12.00 1 Ihllllp. __0___________..___ 8.00 road I .-.. 4.40 Jaa'brocca. mad gol-darn the blnsU-iI,
July 3rd. lilt .f K .lobtiDon Ilnullnir on Starko. labor on Lawlcy and R S Wnadvn. labor on fence ..__. 2.00 Raiford .
A \ !Diinton Exp. Trustee meeting, Hamilton road ..n___-____._..___ 7.60 Id. ____u.___.__--___ 10.50 Wynn < J.h".o", 622 fence poatj rond 12 ( I around the live !
4 c.,5 i 7-8 .- 8.00 L J Wynn Hauling on Stark. & O 8 on Lawtey and mail 1 88.74 N Hull '
S W !F. Toradc. Ex p. Trustee matting 18.00 Noran. _______________-__ 1.1 -721 fence-pocta,- ,JI Whiu-: &hl ; of his woes
---- J
._____ ______ lJIW"'J hnoo't.b;; I} Th.m.
f (i-i'.p.!' 7.3 r-on .Sta'iIir Slarko. Telephone Co.. phonp .. (tt .- 144.20 Willie 1 couldn't out an'
.1. . 7-11 ------ 14.00 Mr. Croom. Inbor on Stark AHfimpton W Andrews A tore room S U Hulilmrd: Co. 600 ft rope A pout led,1, -mercy knowa.

r A Kutch. Salary ...ty. Juno ..... 75.00 rood __.______.__.___.__ 4.00 .ont" "--lon __"-- _._"."" 10.00 ha.!,. aligrer -.- B6.50 L J 32 an' his\
4 S f. A I'uuih Incidentals oo."Y''diij: Will, Hunt Labor. on Stnrko 4kHampton O W Ho.n. road work __--;-______. 118.98 .1 F Collfy ma, oil A __. (.n"'r...'a" Slep's"
< I'ulcli. 1 I.nbor; on o ,-- ...00J road u'_.'" -_..__..... 4.00 J B ,, labor !Ibr for Long I M ".. oil A" ax -... 1.00A H II'nnoh.A W )r. and has been nil
.1 \ Itowv. CultlnK. loin out of road.. .50 John Wrliiht. Lnbor on Stark AHnmpton bridge -- -- .-_ ---_---__ I-60 .1 W Wlilto A Son oil, supplies .. 8.00 I Enur'a I Office (
g 'tnrlto Toll-phone Co.. Phone road. _.___.__..______.._ 4.00 C W Colson labor on Drunker and Andcmon'M Garage, oil ..._. 8,20Smith' I D C Jones : I this ain't evidence
r t ,Survlen, -. -.-.-... .6S Huh I'MH'liii' Lnbor on Stark diHampton B.out-hol. toad .....____.....____ l'.6e Gamtfe. la. 4.80Klililniier Kterna. to wife !
54 S rnmnn Rich Premium on Bond of rond ________..___._.... 4.00J C C Padgett labor on Waldo and : & 8. 01 on tnvolc 1 A Futch.
J C Cone - -..__.- 50.00 W JackKon. Labor on Stark & Brooker road _______ ._ .____-- 3-80 B.1B.2S _nl..ol._ .bl._______ 88.88 ( Mixdy.
J-<1 Cn-wi, half Inbor and lumber on Hnmnlon road --__--___._..--_... 4.00 LiLnnd Lewis labor on Waldo endlirookor H A W B Drew Co. aupplle : I I Carter
Conm-r Bridge --. Mr. Nornmn., Lnbnr on Btark A r.d .__-----.___ _.'_ 01.25 Kmrio, Olllci-, 80.60 Damon'
R ft Qtttwn Labor on Lawtoy and Humpton rond __h________.._____ 4.00 C Kclley. lubor on Waldo and Itabt Kiint lnp. Ibr. piling, JOH ..
Raiford. road _. -,-__--- 8.00 Jackuon lOop, Labor on Stark. AHumpu.ti n.kv road _.__1--____ .___ 8.75 [lini--f" Rwaoll ___..__--_Ep 12.82 ) R"I.r. hou
S C I. Curler, Labor on I.awtol' and I mnd __ -. ---' ____ ______ 4.00 Hnrdy labor on Waldo and It r 6. anlary Gnicr for July W F .
f Ralford n.nd 18,6 i Herman, .Inclooii. Labor on Stark A I'allot" _._____u.u... 8.60 IE natal INf Inciiluntala ... 801.30 Role.,
;; Lnury Carter Labor on Lawtcy alI Hampton road -.-_______.__u.. _.__ 4.00 Hiu-dy, Howard labor on Waldo and A Collinu, salary Aut Enur tot : A" I'rltiKlt',
Ralford rood .- .-__- 8.00 Ben .Smith., Labor on Starko & llrooktir road ___ .___ ___-_____ ..1 (July 160.00 c Dnnvm'a
Owrn Cnrler Labor on Lnwtty anilRaiford Hampton rond, n._.___________... 4.00 U Thomas \\ubor 'on Waldo and I .1 F Kioklitcr Jr.,-salary for uvA W H. Kdwanla.
S 1'<,nol ?- .-.... 0.00 I John Krown Labor on Starke 4kHiirnplon Brookar road ____._____ .__u-__ 12.26 J L road foreman .. 6(1.00( W Torode. 9.
W Carter Labor on Lawtey andS road, ________________ 4.00 J W Padgett, labor on Waldo and n.II', nupplle ..- 88.07 J I
Ralford, rond .____--___.__ 4.80 Ben Smith, Labor on n Stark dllumntnn > Brooker road ____.______._____- 1.28 .LIe Stock Co.,--Engra-- ---Bflt.---. A A Itoslor.Purden 4

''I E 0 .T.,hm, Labor on LawUy and I I road __..__.__...*_____ 1.00 K Mill, labor on Waldo and IIR. 2.848.07 H D May,
| -- -u------- BUS
Ralford road .- 8.75 i I C ('"""m. Labor on St rk* A > Brooker road, u_- ____-_....... 12.M Andrew, Jr. go. oil and A 1C
Troy Norman. Labor on Law( and Hampton road __ ___._____._..... 1.00 R P Lewia Ilb... on Waldo and 112.19 Pension Fund
Italford. mud -.- ___-. l.BO I. John bmwii Labor on Stark & Brooker .... _.______--___...... 12.1, W H Andrew, gnat.- oil -- 1.66 Culgli..y) Broom _________..____. 074.00
M T Tomllnaon Labor on Lawtey and Hampton roadT ____.--......-.. 1.00 K B Oateen. lubor on bridge _._ _._ Dank of Stark payroll. July ._. 6nt.11 covers \ --___._____--.._ 18.61 .
Italforil road -.-.. 0.00 J 11 Miilirwler Labor on Stark < Nonmhe 6th, H21Enst Brndf'il Co. Onnk. payroll. July .. S R & ,
Noah Starling, Labor on Road andKrldire Hrimpton rond ____..__.________.. 10.PO Fla 8..ln. I Trust Co., Engn.Kst. ConHumen* Lbr. Co., Paint and oil 570.2 IVc.Johns 4lh. S --__.____---..___ \56.'J'l(
.-.-.- 7.BO I 1J W Andrew. A Son. Store room on .. nil A Broke for bi-Wii'B F W Long. A i
B Perkins. Lumber for bridges rent 10.00 bridge .. -_ _._--_-._ 1236.60 21.1 Indebl"n. Yard
-- -- -- ------ ---------- Dec. 4th. S
J Q Wat"... Lnbor on Brookwr rou48.00 Jtay lwnrdM; Lumber for hrlilu! __ 27.00 A A Durdim Exp. Tninteo meeting Sept. 4th 1923 Brvnon I.lvu I _.___ ____.____487,5
S S Elbprt llnrold. Labor on Slnrke A Scout. I J K Imvli & Co.. Prom on Honda of 11-6 ____ _---._ 8.00 R 1 Thon'l. fence PL on ro.w __. 1
- --uh.h 93.1
hole read ____no _________..-___ 7.44 Kitrh. Ihnilun' Toroda .__________ 135.00Town W E Torode Exp. Trustee meeting 8 9), 1 __- 284.50 E t.. Doc. (
I' E U Johns. Labor on Stnrks. A ScoutS of [fnmpum, 00 per cent .__ _____..-_--____. 8.00 I J W Andrew Jr. Ford.. tu.lnlf car 476.23J ___ _--____ _.__4781.36
1,6 r Col ley. *. nil 12.85
.. --- ----'--- -- 8.1)0) Kiiud and llrldice' Tux, Town of J Exp. Trustee go .p..l. a. W. ALDERMAN.
,; JIol'n'j; ,, k l-:; ;; on Starke and; HnmpUm .. __ _._..____ .._______ 143.00 H..B __ .__ -___ ____.__ 6.00 I. A Wynn. fence pl. I 13.. 7126Anaiermn June 30. reed Clerk ) Court
Urookor road -- _-__.. ._______._ 10.00 Town of "..wtel'. 50 per eont1t..1 C A Fulh. Salary for Oct _______- 75.00 Gar... ",,0. oil, .pai. 10.80r Toxe _. .. By C. A. Cheut
<' Cone Insp. rnnd A phone .._.- 4.UO and Urldice.... Tax Town of O A FUlh. Incidental for Oct. ____ 4.10 I Jon. aunplica -... 3.BC July n. reed f'- KNIGHT.Deputy Clek.
J W Andrews A Han Store roomrent LnwU n____________.__.__ 148.30 Chna labor on J.llwtOI road. .15 Fi. Konkor blue print _. 4.8B. ml.lona. ,
__- --______._____-_________ 1.00 \VV.k Hitch Co., hniillnir material F U llodgea, labor, road -, 5.28 I Drew Co. aupplieo, 8. "d .
I Hoy Edwards. lumber for brlduoa __ 4.70 \I lubor on Drunker & Worthington R M Parmenter Inbor on Crawford Knnr thYme _._.... 28.1 Taxes :=N1 tTJUNTT SCHOOL

H J H Matthews Exp. to Live Onk 4.70 road .. -. ________n__._._.___ 54.00 _.____ 5.25 Fnirh (<.. Moran. .A Co.. ahaft for Aug. 1. ditto YNU8.
S J U Crewa. Part :payment, repair -r- I Drndford (',,. Telcicrnph Stationery R rp"Lewis. Utor7VuidV"road- ___.__ 8.75 pll driver -. 10.81 AUK. 15 ditto( ffriant.T atatement
on Long, Ilrldue _._u___________ 50.00 Illk. IUx>k. --. u___________-.____ 128.28 i Krddlck Tbonia labor. Waldo' road1.71 I Bradford ('o,. T..k'.pr. ndv. lori Hept 11: ditto: : :: : I funds for tb. month ot
Itnnil A llridgea. flint. No. I Aliichua E A &.l>p.Lahor on mad Long J W l I..h.... Waldo road, ____ 10.80 laid' bl. on S K U. 21.00J Nov. 8. ditto )
Co. half on Ilrooker brliurn. _._.. 666.17 Hi-l.lxu to New Itior ..._..-___.__. 9.80 1 II labor Waldo road. .___ 1.76 W hlt Son. oil. eta 17.20Smith's Nov. 8, ditto I School Fund
S Itond A 1Ir1I.... Dint. No. 1 Alnnhua J II Crowa: Adune0 on Lung BridicoContract ", I hauln. Ibr., and repairing larmuge. .. oil _. S.H: Nov. 8, ditto, ) .1224.88
bridge .. .__ 566.18 __ W K Tarod,"'. KIW. oil -... 12.48oncumer. Nov. -
Co.. huh on Itrouker -- -- __0 ..-...___.._. 50.0(1( -- .OJ IS ditt ..
L J Wynn. Labor and hauling on HrmlCnr.l. Co. Bank I'ayroll .._...__ 81.41 Starko Telephone O.I.T-;; service.50: Co..ahinKles, hOnoree. 1.8' Dec. 3. ditt I ___-_---_-_.--._-_-_-__--2157.21
__ ___ _______ __ r rC A Prinnli.. 13 piling, road 39.01') u --
rond u.n 18.50 Hunk of Stnrke. Payroll -------.--.. 48.11 I J li Crewa. Ibr ant) Long 10. I ) 5 tl,7)' i
C Van O.I<',on. Lnbnr on road __.___ 4.IVI | Connumi'nft Lbr. Co., 3 rolln* roofintr... 9.0C I bridge .- __ __ -___ _____ 81.110 A ? M Darby. 10 nal. 01. -. 1.80S Total RU.i"L -
Karl: Van Onleon. Hauling. .________ 18.26 Jim," llornnby Lbr. Jk. Inbor on Bank of Starke. nmt advanced P P B Hiibhard I Co.. 8.14 N*. I
'! M Johnson Labor on roiul _______. ..50ii I Sturke It Luke mad _____ ____n_. 3.51 I Altrann -. .. -__.____u.___ 25.00 I and 8-2D 44.4D I 1 24 4.61
A I II Williams Labor on rond ______ 8.50 Kept.. 4th. 102.1 Co. Hunk. W for Wal A JuhiiH lumber 1I.HI _._.._......
A1 }I J W Jackson Labor on mad .___--- 8.00F..I ( A A Durdcn, Gxp. Trustee meeting Bradford Engrs; Otfico _____ uO. ___. ... 5.2 Nfir. Salary for Aug. __.... 800,00 June on 30 hand. 10Hi: ..............._.._

*. # Wh"" ,li.r. Labor on mnd, I .u______ '2.01)Dnvo I 9.4 -- ---_- -----_-_--- --___ 8.0(, December 6th 192} r A Collina. aalary for Aug. -. 128.00 Dec. 31. 1023 -.- .1.8
) Swlndli. I.nbor on rond, .____. *6.00 W K Tnrodo Exp. Tnuta meetingS East Fla Savings l Trunt Co. B"I.I I F Klcklitr Jr.. aabiry for Aug. receipts I No. 2
., A 11 Wlllliinu. Labor" on rood n.___ 2.00 \ -- -- ------------.---- 8.0(I on Contract fill Brooker brldna .. 149.90 Incidental -- __ -A. 78.02Conntrtictlon Dec. 31, by 1924 306.4! :
S A A Ilurdi-n.' Niiils. a.... etc _h_____ 8.24* J ., Exp." Trustee meeting I A A Durden Exp. 'frle mlt'nl Enter., I dayu work 88.61' disbursements -.- 410.50I
W S Futch. labor on Hampton AOrnhnm .1 f.4C- -. -- .----_--_------ ____ 6.0f I 12-4 -- ._ .____ ----__ 8.00 A K McNeal, salary road foreman, By amount I I _>_ .- .11)
4- rood --------.----.--- 5.50 R 11 ThoinftM bnulintr. Ibr. __..__.... 20.00040y (I W E Torode, Exp. Trustee' meeting I I dny .- 8.18 balance I --. 51.07
1 J J.Itrnnnen.:: bo-; on Hamilton I AGraham r.dwartbi.. !Ibr. for b.IoI..... ____.. 4.0 4 12-4 __ __ ._______ ____-_____ S.OO Oncar de Vlgere painting No.
roailn _________-_ _____... 8.00August [ U A Wynn hauling Ibr. and fixing J C ('on. Exp. Truatee m.UDI level rod _... _- ..__j 8.00 : 3
7th 1923 brldir U.0<4 12-1 .. .. __'__ __ .__ .. B.OO Bryton Lie Stock Co., Engra Eat. I BVf:
-- -- -------- -- ------- u '
.S :'A A Dunlun. Exp. Trustee' n.etlnll"W7 Reynold* A" Jones. Ibr. and labor C A Fu..h. Salary for Nov. ________ 75.00 for Aug--------------------", 1,419.8 Dec. 31. 192S. -' 123.05
w -- ------ ----_- | 6.00 I un brlditen. ..________________. 17.1!I lJ! A Futch. Incidental for Nov. __. '2.75J Ailanu Lain Co. Engra. Eat for amount on I _-_._ im.A'J
1iOTo'I..I:;: p : ; ;; Ibr.. g4.2 Autf. on la.1 8 _. 1,137.81 .G4.09
0 Trustee meetings J H Crew.. llnl.( on Long UrldKO ( W Wninwriuht. A" Son. bridge E. S. dug'C
a 7-20. 8-7 .. '---__-- .__.____ 8.00 Contract. to iluto --.-----.------. 109.31 I t..rk.el."hono Co. phone .. _. .511 T J Terry Engra: Et for Aug. i No. 4 .
I J C Cona. Exp. Trustee meutintf I I Stnrko Telephone Co., Phone --- -- 8.86 8 R -> C. A. 102 If.5M

1-20, 8-7 _u.-_ .. "__--____'__ Ifl.Ofl Sorloo -. __ ____.___.____________ J.Ot I'I K C Hodgea,'I labor on 'Bradford Rank of.tlot' ;rrm:1: I _____-.__._., ::.6f
___ 76.0l 10.110 : -- a.ol
A Futch. Salary Sleety for July Town of SUirke half on repair of bridge -- I pal'll.
j n A Futch Incidentals for Oltiue___ :3.2J bridge __ ____u_______.____.__ 8.0!I J L .r l bi Water ;ic- | J W Andrew Jr ..uppl. 11.1 FINANCIAL 112.1) .-. .
It II Wa dun. Labor on road _____.__ 6.00 A O Urown. Labor. on up.nlnlcanal 'I brlibro __ ___- -_ 7.00 1 .. 2nd ((121 I No. I
O P Orllfls( Labor on Lawtoy andS i from Lake to filer .--.---"----- 12.6CR 4 R M Parmenter labor on Water Oak ''R B Ote. n, moing barn A filnxg I 2(13'1I
1.75 fence, ,road I 9 Monthly ni
Highland rond 11.86
ft Hurvney. labor on opetiluacnnnt -
I ----------------1.5'; : : :: 12.60Bund : a''J H Saxon opining houa, county for tbo ---- ---- 113:) nn'
Jet Button, I.nbor (n.m Lake to River '___ ___ 12.SC 4 J B"tw- le.riii'C'u'i road 18. 125.01 I! : :: : "
i L II Houston' Labor. on Lawley and W II McKlnnt-y. Contract repairing I. .* I IB I Prklnn. lumlir. rood I 9 .._ _._ 7.81 1 is si

Lake funds ____-__ ._ _______ 5.26 Water Onk Hrliluo .___u__.______ O.OC, ,, Hick __ ______ _.- 250.00 W U Carter .removing fence, Balance Jan. 1 No. '
S 3 l> Cnrmlehiinl Labor on Stark J (1 ('.."., half labor on Connor Bank of Starke Exp. to Tallahassee.Matthews I rnnd, 9 .. -. -____. 40.00J Hpceiptx( I !> I
R 41 Hondcrunn ,roada .._u. ....... 8.00 brldire ._.__.___._________ 18.11 Nijir ---------------- 25.00 M RonliT. 20 piling, road I I 60.10 Wnrrnnts "- 1 ill 'JO '
L D Taylor. Labor on road andS C A Kuteh.. Salary for Aug. ____.... 75.0Q:* J W Andrew A Bun atore room C A Irln,,'.. 39 piling. _. 12l.
bridge __ -. -"i'-- 4.00 C A Kutcb. Ineld.ntnl. for AUB. .___ 8.0IJ I rent -_._ ._____-__.____ _-, 20.00 Con Well, pump and pipe 8.8 lime I I ) -. "(n.oi
t A Tompklns: Labor on bridge.and Wentby Crew. labor on Crawford Cone Wei". paint oil, etc Bnluni'c Jan. ) ]I ., So.. 7

hauling -- ----. --------..-- 6.00 I road __ ._ .__._____u________ 8.80 Total DI.buroment $21L66 8 1:1: ___ 12.M( Receipts dllrn. ) 11115'' )
I L II Futch Labor on Crawford in Perkliu, Hrldie Ibr. _.__._.._____. 1008: I W H Edwards. gnu, oil _. Warrants -' 1 i
II road -- ..-n..._n____ 12.00 '.A I It Prvvatt labor on Crawford. KcapltulatlonTo Lbr. Co., ahlngle* __ ,7f( Balance. Feb. I .__ _. : .)'
Joe Marrs. Labor on Lawtey A Lake r 14.81L 1. 1023 D C Jon ."ppll. IP.iM ._ 1r .0
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4 S. road -- -- ---------------- 4.10 L ;t''utih.. -l labor on Crawford; To Amount on Hand 17,897.66 Inman ". on car _.. O.$O Balance Jan. ) No. I
Levy Starling. L.ab.-;; on Lawtey A road 11.87 at. 1928 H A W B Drew Co., Engn Receipts -. JUHt
-- --- ----------- -------- Dr.
T.50 I W II Ilnrrell.I I labor Crawfordroad Amount 7.H84.91 aaipplies------------------- ... ( ......._.___.
I. 0 ---------------- on R.lpt I 8.28 I Wa..nt
8II'r.'L.i; ; on Lawtey A -- -- -_--. ---_--------____ 25.60' By Amount W El! Tirode. telegram, freight, <* ) ._____-___.;- 3.00
1 J, Highland road __ .____.-_-. ___._ 1.60 ,, J 0 Harrelt labor on Crawford Dlbur.m.nt 8.11'.8 go, etc------------------ 0.34 -.- 1781
j.I! a O Brown. Hauling 41 repairing rond .- _- _. ___u__._ __________ 8.50 By I D C Jonei. ear wire 2ff kega Balance Jan. 1 .. No. S
I n4dgu. -- u n___._ .__. 1.00 M L Hnrn-ll. labor on road ------- .943 ______n_____0.114.82______ I IS ala"l. -_ -... 1.0701.84 I -. 2') o"
Q M Joyner. Labor on Crawford Luther Ilarrell. labor on Urooker A I J Houiiur., and oil -. 8.78 ... I ; -._.___.
I wad -. .. --_---..__ .4.80 Seolil-holv mnd .... ._____. _-.-. 2,63 15,782.47 16782.41" '' Smith's I" buttery gal oil 18.4:1: Balance.Fob. 1 _..- no
A li Frevatt, Labor on Crawford Allan Conliiy labor on Braokar & S li Hubbnrd Of. .. nalla ,:. 8200 I :20'; nil
;S Boat Fl,. A Trunt Co. NIt
1998 Jan. 1
t "-- -_ - --- -- S Dec.To'Amount 1. on Hand -----------------1 I Kni/i-, ,. Kt.: :, Itnxiker Ml'i ... 120 d..ln. \ -. 171 ID. J
EIIKI Flat A .. 7. u '
BOND FUND I Rngra f..ln". T.ut C. _... 578.00IE.t Wa.rant. __._..-____'.- 12Mun(
July 1. Received from Bank of I Flat Savtnita A Truat Co., ) -,- 5281 I
Strk.L Int on ______ t 1.790.98 Engr Eflt. on road 8 _.. 604.09 Balance Jan. 1 .. No. I
from Bradford Co. I Etwt Fla Saving A T.ut Co.. Icece-liits r 1B1.1H
S'S Bank .Int.for depoelt --_ __.. 1,790.12 Rngm Not: on ra" 2,68.00 Warranta ... 11.So
July 4. Transferred from Int Stern Bra., lumb., S R 13 .._. 84.80 Balance 1 ____ ____-.-121\ ''I"
and Sinking Fund _____ .-__.__ 88.000.00 Andenon'* go. oil A Fel. .110
July I. Received from I retain---------------------' 85.BO Balance Jnn. ( No. 11
State -._____-Lw_ __ 162.60 Epplniter", Ru..I. 780 feet loceipt during -?. iou 2"
July 1, lank." from Hampton ."ot.o __ .___ ____ 80.20 IVsrrant ). 1.11
Bank .___u__ __.__._ .___ 114.97 ] ., fence poat -_. 212.68 Balance Feb. 1. ___ _._._ .___ ... 3 m"
.Stt. Received from llank of F Cot.lev. gaa. oil .... 8.27 __?_ 155'';11
StartlimO.. Robt W Hunt Inap. I".., I Ne.
Oct. 1. Received f"ul"; ;;i10.31 f A R"Jn.1 -. .EpDlnll'1_. ,7n Receipts Balance! Jan. 1. ) -.1 2i'> J-

Co.'I.BIJ.J'.nr' i I JM SUIpll. ._ 2.1 Wsrrants. durinI In..ed I I ">
Oct. Hampton .. paint .', .1 I"'i
Balance 'b.
State hank. on ilopoalt ____ 118.10 : bruhe. _. -.. 4.00Smith 1. ) ._ o. 277
Oct. I I. l'ecel.,1 from Lawtey > .4 r.nrrelt. Partial paymentmovlnir I Bradford I I j No 14
State on uVpoait -- 150.GO I Mm,. Damon* hou .__ 76.00I 101 "<
Int -
Nov. 1. l"nkl'v.1 from Auto I A Wynn. fenceinmt* .. _..2I2.H2 1.rby State of : _____ it"
License fund _____ _-_. _.. 1.445.24 Wynn A" fohnvon. ''n.e poata _. 8.57 I ____ _.n __ inn-/(
.... 10.) R."elv.1 from sale of F T ,\ ,' house and of the ... I .,- *;$. I'
I. fence ._ -_ __ 41.20 "i-ll. Graham ._ 219.60 funds. of ... I No. 1
wi.... ). R..Io from Town of A J Cnwnrt. moving ron from January. 1024. -._ 5 17 .
1 Starke for fence __ 81.80J. right .f way _._. 28.00 best of my I .- II
\). received from Bradford Co. I E R Nelf. Engra salary. Sept. _. 800.00S : 1 .l-__:::---'.- 4.nn
Int. on -- 1,712.03 (I Iluuhlnson salary Const.Enirr. (SEAL) ( ( >- 66.,)
.t1 I I 200.00 1 No.
DM;. 31, received I I from k of 1
Starke. Int. on drpuait __ __ 1.640.43 I} A rollinn.( ANt Engr. _. 150.00 1 -. 7 I "(:
F Klcliter Jr.. bat on salary -. 64.1)0 I ( ............_
T.itjil Receipts ::2i t' 1 John., ialary. road foreman 75.(1 _._. ___ ____nO' 4& 0,> Tor. Engrs E.t road 0 __ I ._____ ____ -. 23.D2
-- r J rry. r.ngra: Fat renal 13 .__ 239.07 { No. 17-

, | 14-ys.n I.IV Stock Co.. EngrsK ____.-__ ..____ 14.2.1 I
civi- 't mail ::. n .__ __._n_ 478,71 Report of _._ ____ 1.51)*
: : R John Co.. Cngra Eat In and for .. ___ ._ __ __ 1.01
'S nil I rl\ _. -_ __ -_..__ '7A06I* sount of taxe _-_ -. ._.____ 12.7T
I I ,,-". A W"lnwrlht. .tree A oil 150.1 N*. 11

.; '. I ,.. ", O> Sept _______._ _--_ .75
WRIGLEY, of S..k.. payroll. _. 3010.50Nomn.r !) To Bradford ( .__._____._ *.3H
: Buick Body Construction i 1 6th 131 __ hUU. _______ 13.13
I I KU "vn". Truat Co., __.._._ 3.00
,! r Eat.. .. 0th ___ __ .874.23 J.n. 1. to hal Find N.. 8 ,!

In constracting its open car bodies, Buick uses i 1 I R Ni- aalar for Olet _... 300.00 By amt '011". ._.___u._____ 7.13 f
r\ '.011" and --.__.___.-_ {
;. bots! in fa'-.tenitiR the metal! braces to the wood, and agreeable I I tnndftitaN -- ___Oct-__ __. 125.60 Feb. 1. t bal' ._.............. i
5 sweet and a "i It Hutch own. salary. Oct. ._ __ __ 7.W
instead of ordinary screws. These bolts passing I;, ii !I Knar: tint! I Incidental __Cont 20050 Jan 1. to hal Sinking N.. S
> l-a.-t.l-n-1 t I : .r V K''-kht. Jr.. bal on salary By amt n_ _____ _. 10338.HO
f, completely through the wooden frame I, !fi.r (ivt, .n_. ._ __ .____ .u._ -_ 118.19
joints from loosening! under driving well. q II II Norman moving. fenc* on 30.8 Feb. 1, t hal _.___.f.____....._
prevent "hth( of way. road 8 ._ ..... 10.00 __.__..19494.70
'; strains. A more than usual number of bolts Good lor It I W..n. 2 piling, road 1, ._ 8.00 Jan. I. to bal Slaking No 11

t teelb. breath *- 'Nthn .,.tn. moving. barn frontiUht By amt _._.__..________40 0.85
secure the Buick body to the chassis holding ,.f 'a ny __- --. _, 10.00 _.. .___ -. 48.65
and digestion. S M P W.nnvtrlghr. Herviees Feb. 1. t" bal d.. _......_...._.___ ,
5 it rigidly in position and entirely eliminating tbe '."t! i, d.h of way -..urnl Read __u ___ __40S7 5''>
Make \ M 1 ," and rattles. I
squeaks next cigar M j !u>ui. road 8 _..'_'_ 8.1 By amt *
taste better. .fcb ,1r. labor on Mrs. .
/, run1 'a,ni *i-unt.. road fl ____.__ 10.00 Feb. 1. t bal .. Hi,. fO"lolnl itate-
S I I O.i, ? labor on Mrs. and ell.bu..m.n. el
built un n h.ume. road N ___ __ 1.00 Jan. 1. bal Bldlord County, for the
When better autoniopiles arc r .1, I' ,"";.I.n. h.ulnl at 1. By amt 1024. la true and .r.,
:I'i'i' 1 h... 8 ._ _._ 4.80 and belief
S ..uHin' labor Mr. Feb. 1, to bal
: Buick will build them 1 P i... ,n hHu.. ".u_._ --_ .. 8.00 H. B. WIGGINS.
I i \ I ."I! i iioo brick., &r. Jan. 1. l ba ClntlSu.rntncnt
I )Am n ,lioiwe __,_,_ -"u,__ 19.00 B, amt .
i \ I'", J". HIt ft 'Ibr. Mrs. a Healthy Child
E3 I n.u. .'., h.. road 6 ._____ .' 49." Fb .. t bal .
with Worm have an iu>-
COMPANYJ I I IId avol.! t bundle shingle",
'S LAKE CITY BUICK RlGLEYSje .I| u -___._ _._.. .gg Jan. 1. t bal poor bl and .a
M. Smith Mgr. r i r".r. mittlna down wall 8 amt ." I I... dbtwbn.
"ramp 12. S R __ _.______ U CHILL TONIC .. i-.1-
Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties .1 M Kmier. tal I piling road 8 $.t Fe 1. to hal .. *>U> enrich t :I h .1.
W K Tonxlv. roofing Total .
art i.nero.Sri"i
plP a
)* ru 1., "pump_ _.n... 8364 Jan. 1. to bsl< "
I. \ f.n. poata S R U ._ lit tOD By art .. .ytom. N.r- >
When better automobiles are built, Buick will]) build them C .Tonrs. aupnlice------------- 82.2(1( ,. ( j *
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'S < Elli Curtia Kooker. blue prinu_ 1.8 Feb. 1. t bal lu. 4 ,


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1 .. lout having/ to send home for mpnoytr \ B.p...... af Coanlr Oulltllnu

I' Th CST Emu.orn-.d. Janitors and oiimr attcmlanta. .???? .__ .. I. (
> ; nil. the difference between h*- l.luhto. fuel and walrr ___..___........... ___ i iInnurunrt i-,;
i News of Florida in Short Paragraphs snlnr: >' nnd board bill.K.scaping ..---. --..- -. .m__ 7'u
for Mantn !BeastSUM. Can of Cennw I'eertAllowance

'-.->ai. -1 \\\n) I : ck, Ljnitj rr. i : from hit home in Rive by warrnnu n_'" -- ._-. .., --? ,___...__ ; I i-i.iConnan
In pC h" used* AUmantf.M.2
News Tfc. Mustang twin rtit fur All k.m' sOld j Junction through it onion of officers Veoa of niricora, Jurors end wltnnwaa .....___-... ._.... 110] ',;
ILivState f sprains, UHM-H. cuts and! and latu after D Insanity' InqaJrlraifete
Srandb7 tort's, in huisrs aj well ..M m: n. spectators Friday of miter and nmntltta._._.....___....._._...._ Gs n
".I <>*'lutvt' 'It In be the bwtl Il.,- K. Palsgraaf, justice of the peace, Stationary and Pd.dnnG.n.r.l'natlonery.
: 1545'- mrut. 1 ttocp ir nmv ........ __ ..
now HI me Manna, ate. __. ._._____ 170 If.
Tofcy Our Exchanges. IUMIHC Itt!!11.'llIn. mid rccorvtut had been shot and instantly killed. Record boob u____________.,. __.,___......___ 1"5 |I'
nd n 1 to mill a.>.'tfu:tV.< AmpueutJurUAupuary. Oscar I'ittmiin, aged white man, had Ad .rtlaln* required by law, and paid far b, counts16..40
Commlinlonn paid t. Omnnllax '

I ,r ,."'Uw Tax collector .. ..__..____..... .. .
*'t *-H>I'h" it ht-alina oil that charged with tho shooting. Th ...? .?. ? .? ... 1.094"n"
Henry Pock of Winter Garden, Jacksonville, who raises blueberries win i rn/// IM., prnetrjitc the" Shi-irlir. urnnral court work ... .....?..?..?...,?..... lurtdd
( most profitable tissu' ', 4 to the, bmu'l Muatun ig justice had been culled in as mediator Clerk circuit court rnordlns; and t* *ral court work ___ 11.on
102 died at the state on the side and finds it a .
age years, _, tout" i n'in ul.nciriflorpep: between Pittman and W. D. indexing ...U
\ hospital Thursday.\ I occupation. With blueberries 1 PCl..I&.mlmj tii t A/ Spivey after a disagreement over
I ,,' selling on the market at twentyliveand l iai. \ I FREE t Writ..;.1 I SOUVIMU for I l.'nnfl: the l.ritvlnu balanea' ......................... __ ......_ ..... 1,142.60-
, thirty cents a quart, one can readily ,!:..r \', ,.IIA1, ,II ....,lane. ,Nq.,,,,,Jn for rrI closing of a lane between property Dr. imnarvrrml from K. ft P. Fuml __n_.___. .. ______....... l.ono "nir.eBvlnir
thousand I h ""'I'" ? nr? n. of it81
that industry of this I : .r \t ,..... r .I ",,,n, ntI the two men, reported, __ ...._... __ -
see an I I. .. .rni.1', '1.,1. bnlnneo "- __ n.____.___..... eM'Unwnaferrul
I I' ,, and Pittman becoming angry in .thargument Cr. V. .'. ___ ... . .
in around Melbourne and he has r to A Fund -"- __,_.,. '1.000 "u
and kind i is a paying one. 1 ui'r:: I":: I
obtained and
''N :made arrangements for the shipmentof I I':I : .I. r "1 al.l. I. a shotgun Net lialance> Mciiu-mlu-r jit i : homesteaders in the I \ tired on Paltgraaf. lie was killed Warrant oul.lnndlnllll"I.'nll.> l><>, do, liua ...._____......._ 1: >
2,000 of the trees to Melbourne toll Suits against '
I'ft + $n.llro. -. DnpnnJXICAhI I '
/ arrive about March 4.5.::; Lake Stearns section were decided in : .. ..01.\'..... in"tanll'nother shot at Spiveydid Script ecrllflcd but nol im'iwntitl Si-pl.-mlKT" lo, III ai: .. ._ _. '__" 10.110--
holding : "" not take effect. Pittman ran Into Dvpoaltory balance Soptimlxr J favor of land companies I
.. .
Im house and defied local police and
Francisco Sarmiento was killed in grants under the new surey, in the
of the hjiectators, who quickly assembled, to FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
hours of the term
an automobile accident near Tampa. closing

M. F. of cat and circuit court. The homesteader I fitter his yard. Sheriff's forces arrived nepoaltory b.IRn..rll I I. mill -_ _".. __.__.__.._ .... .1.8"
i Lopez, proprietor a \ from Quincy later mind surrounded 8orli orrllfttsl not .,.......nlod11 1 I.1'2:1: .._ ......... ...80 77.11VVnrralltl
: ( another passenger: were in .the mach holding land under old sureys, which

ine. The auto skidded, throwing they had secured in good faith, were I the place to await decision **r*.' o"I."ndlnllll"'I1\Io.| .,- .10. it----------------------__. nn 'i o)
lof th. coroner's Pittman could --
Sarmiento to the roadway. He died ordered ejected in instructed verdicts I jury. Not fli,.ni>lt April, I 'll1'' . ......_............._....._.. mil
of internal injuries. based on the governmment decisions From Tux Collator, tours ______. 1 ___...____.__.1. Ttl.15rumptriilU'r.
I riNliiniitlona ....... .._..._. _.____. 1.111
(Corks have an aggravating/ habit nIl.'nII'r.' II R. tux ..___. ___...,.__...... '....0
The American two-mast schooner ."Half a million dollars paid out, to monde wa- "ntl"A\ ('t'rdin to From .hi rtiT. ft.... lS18,4f

Beatrice, 81 tons, from Tampa for date, to strawberry growers," remarks :\1..rtll'lan'ar">\ Hand( the body hail of popping out of bottles in unex- I'"".."" ."""ly. r.rmul ..-....... .....-....._.... 410.60 a.004 11M
if the homebrew
places especially
Honduras, was sunk on tho night of the Plant City Courier in a been buried about 1(1( months un'dwas 4 p".ted. .!cln.. ".'nn... ._- __........__._...-....... V.ftnX.WOISIMTHSEMKNTM
i is new and still fermenting, Foil TIIR SIX: MONTHUl
Feb. 7, 70 miles from Bonac.-a, Honduras headline. The newspaper says: that of a woman, approximately
i ttimcs getting the owner in trouble Cant 01 Criminal Prn..cutlnnarShorlfV
saved accord- "While berries shipped from Plant IS of age. Police officials are I
the crew being( years and dcmiHo. coat bill In
This demonstrated in Jacsonvillo
letter received byV.. M. City this season have just passed the searching the records in nn effort to was ConNtablrp, _bills In criminal .
ing to a when a man came in Judge Greenbl'rll' CliTk of the clnult' court rout buts In flrlmtnnl ca.M... l.M
Fielder owns of tne sch')oher. one and three-quarter million-quart obtain a clue us to the identity of County JuiUr, sat bill I II In criminal I canm 41410Wltnraa
office to consult upon some I fee __.___ ________ ._._______._::::::::::::::_ 6UI9H
mark, the sum paid out to growersis the woman.A I k V al 1 matter The man seated him- : Court ati-noirraphvr In Insolvency f.... _...._ _.....__.. ( CO
Bryant and Walter Jones of already one-half of the grand Fe."n" priionrn .toOO
olf in an easy ofllce chair and just i I'njr of jurnra In criminal caaoa, count and Juatlce of
Franklin county must serve eight total for last year, which was the consulting chemical engineer' representing ".ace raurta ...._--__._.___..............._--_..... 00
he the midst his
months in the state prison for ma- greatest in the history of the in of the nation's as was in of consultation fluanl at jail ___.u__________.__ .______u_........ ..... *4Q.00Cun
one more a dull thud<1 was heard in tin mine k'l ..._____........................._ .... lit.67 2,714 ST
liciously killing a pet goat belongingto dustry. important chemical corporations recently -
the vicinity of his hip pocket. The I.i'MvInu balance ... ..__..__._- _____... __?._. inl: .n(
another man, the supreme court had been in the F'ellsmere sec thud was followed by the overpowering Ilr. traiufernxl rmm Oi-nonil. Fund .-...0.... _.-.__.__....... 1,0000
ruled in affirming) judgment of the Leopoldo Castellano, an aged tion the possibilities
investigating and penetrating odor of new- Irftnvlnv Imlunci' .....__...____._.. ____ .____..___. 1,103)111
circuit court of Franklin county. Italian,, died here recently from injuries of peat deposits or muck. These deposits mndo "hooch" and u thin stream of Cr. tramtfi-rnxl l<> General Pond ___...____._. _...__.......... 1,000.0

received when he was struck are said to be rich with am- the liquid trickled along the floor ill Not hiilanrv Mfpifmbwr an. Ittiia -..__-._.___._u_..... ........... IM i iiI ilutjitHnilin
Mrs. Florence Mills Callahan, 32, by an automobile driven by Mrs. jnonintes and the prediction is made ( )! wnrrnnta Hupiumlwr, 3fl IfiKfl .---.....-..-.-....-.... 103.1
the direction of the judge who noticing _
\ Ire
wife of Superintendent Callahan, of Arthur T. Cornwall, wife of the rector that the American, farmer will be the tiny rivulet wending its I 'crlpt ....tll1... not pnaonleil Snntombur DO 10M HO,40l

a lumber company, who lives twelve pf the Episcopal House of Ascen- really benefited through relief from toward his desk and "scentingtrouble" way l>,......ilorr, balance 8i<|il,'mbnr ::50. lll'ja .- ... -__..._......... 11I6.11i

miles west of Wnuchula, was found sion, Clearwater, Fla. Mrs. Corn his dependence on Chilean bed for i
for the owner endeavored to
dead Friday afternoon with a bullet wall was on the trip to Bradentown nitrate to use in fertilizers. The 'hold him in conversation until an ROAD FUND.Vpnaltory .

from a .22 rifle through her head. Acoroner's with her husband, to visit relatives. chemical concern is erecting 120.000 \ ImlnneiAinll,.. I I. IOK .._._......_._ _.-...___....... "<'lg 4ttariut
returned a verdict of She arrested and was released j official investigation could |>e made! ..,IUI.d. not prvaontcd April t, 111118 .... ....____....... ".11t 817.17 '
jury was ( ::; plant, which is expected to
I But the had also "scentedtrouble" .
suicide. on her personal recognizance for produce 180,000tons of marketable I \ A'arrnnU outnlanillnK April I. lll'ja: ____ .n._._................. It It
as well as noticing the

trial March 26th. material annually.J. /snake-like of the rivulet of > .1.... April I l IIIa:1: .__ .-...0_.-...______ _..__...... iOH.07HKCKIFTH
Florida grapefruit shipments exceeded j progress FOR TUB BIX MONTHS( I

in [ "white lightning" and without oven From ronPtndlrr, rtMlnniplloni .-.._.......-...- ....... *4 R3:
California's by 18,000 cars John Hicks, 40 a shine-crazed ne- Lincoln and W. M. ROBS, who Comptroller. It. II. tux _n_..... _..._........... 7,8- 46.64 ,
1923 according to a report of the shot through tho right wrist and pausing to bid the judge! 1hasty Comptroller. motor haunana ____. n___...._..._ HH4 Hit
was operate a truck between Sanford and !goodbye, snatched. up his. hut, hurried Comptruller. umwillnn tae __ ._u__-.-...__. 1.06I.IIU _.'laGU
service of the depart- being
market news two policemen narrowly escaped
Orange ship- West Luke county, have four witnesses to I'Ito the door, stepped on both tho Making bntnnco' .. .. __ _____.................... 9tia7. lDISHUKBF.MENTS
ment of agriculture. hit during scigo at 1071 ,
a the following fish story: Coming starter and( of his "tin lizzie' FOR TI18 SIX MONTH t ..
ments from California, however, Union St., Jacksonville, where the negro I gas I'nlil iMiitrit of (Hind Irujilvtm, hrwilford County. .. .. _,-." ..-__-,_.. ?,0l> all from Sanford, when crossing over and beat it toward the outskirts of .xtvw." ______
were almost double those from had barricaded himself with a I the Wekiva bridge, William Rees declared the Nt bulHncv plvmbrr I I. IU2:< .. .____________...... ... l, 6l.114Oiiutundinv
I other sections combined. rifle. The negro fled from the house the city.Clifford wnrrnntM S.ptnnbrr I, 1UU3 -...__....---.w_. 111.10
fish dashed
1 a had across ..
aj ayiaHV.iak* ** k. mm ---
-'-- after a dozen tear bombs were hurled As it is feet to the Hcnpt, c.trtiH.>il.#not pn.>.vnti>il Hopu>mbur. 1, 1951: -.._ ...__ __._... f.78'
Shipments of phosphate from Boca through bullet shattered windows by windshield. thirty I Kites, son of c. L. Riles, Uvpoaltory lialuncu Si-plvmlirr, I I. HIM:I _u___..........__........... 1,1711.14 1,690.14
water Lincoln said 33,297:
Grande last month totaled the He under
police. gunfire "
"You are dreaming, he said. How- AGRICULTURAL FUNDDupunltory
visit to Fort Myers last Friday,
long tons, according to figures re? but was captured beneath a
eer, the truck stopped and going where he went in an automobile in

I ceived by F. L. D. Carr, chairman of house, at Stewart and Ashley streets, back they found a two-pound. bass I with I II lialancu Apiil I I. 1II2.'I: -. -----__-..-__,-.____..____ 1.1J
the water commerce bureau of Tam several blocks away. company a young man named OuUitanilinir' witrrnnta April 1 I. llt.II ____.... -__.............
flopping on the planking. The only j Wade, Faulkner, was shot and! seriously -
pa Board of Trade. This was moved explanation of the fish hurtling .1 I...,. April I I. IIIU.I: .._h_ .__ ___._... _.__ .___._... 1.11
wounded the result of
in nine vends 12,000 tons going to What is believed to be of the as a RECEIPTS !FOIL T1IK: HIX MONTHS
one through the air is that a fish hawk peculiar and mysterious adventureinto From tax .collector tnxea _____..................*......
[ foreign ports and 23,297 tons coast- largest big mouthed black bass ever must have dropped it. They broughtthe which he was accidentally r'rom ooinitrull| .,. retlumpUun ........_.......... .-...,,,

f 'WIse. caught in the state which holds the fish in with them. drawn. Riles and, Faulkner!' were Maklnic balance _______-..____..._________....................:....' 1.11
world's record for big fish of this DlallUKHt.MKNrS Foil TilE SIX. MONTIiai
looking for work. Pausing th. .
f Many. comprehensive plans for kind, was caught a few days ago by With a force of 270 men and a near --------------------000-- _____ _

.b development of the grape industry Magnus Ifines, a resident of the pay roll averaging $11,000 everw two I post office they met a man, whose U?Iedary fcalune Sal.l..m" I I. I9a: ___......._. __.__........... 1.11
it learned
jn Lake county are being developed Townsend house section of Pasco weeks, the Union Bridge and, Construction jnamc, win

4 <>y successful vineyardists, and it is county, in a lake near the Hernando Company of Kansas City i I Montgomery, who offered them a-Job IVID01 'S I'ENSION FUND .
at the wash rack
new auto and got
believed that within the next two county line. The fish which was Mo., is pushing work on the Florida Dennaltnry balance April I I. 11128 ____-____. ...____. ___--?..... 144.41Uuuuandlnir
carloads of the in the front of the car with them to I, Ivaa ....... .. .. .. .
years, hundreds of caught while still fishing, weighed East Coast Railway bridge In Jack warranla HeiilemlMr' --- -- -- --

finest quality bunch grapes will be sixteen pounds. It measured thirty- sonville at a most gratifying speed. ( hOW them the place. Faulkner was NeTlillTnee; April-I I'l'1024 _, __ .__mU____.___ ._.___ 144."
this favored section of and driving, Idles occupied the middle of RECEIPTS FOR TITS SIX MONTHS
shipped from one inches in length twenty- Thursday afternoon the company .. .. ...... ..
the seat, and, Montgomery the right ---- -- ------- -- -- ---- ---

Florida.Dr. three in girth. finished landing pier No. 10, which hand side. ''Just as they stopped to Maltlnir. balm _..___ '_0'__. ._ .._ _"-___....00 _.____....... 144.41
is twenty feet wide and eighty feet I DISBURSEMENTS FOIL TUB: SIX MONTHS
A. A. Murphree, president of Taking poison in the presence of inspect the rack, two Ford cars Allowances __.__.,.___.__.__._...- __.______.___ 80.00iHipuMtiiry
long. The pier is now down to a

the University of Florida and W. J.Bryan's her lover after they had quarreled, depth of forty-five feet and a force 1 drove anllIelzed up and masked men leaped out balance Hvptemtxr I. 1951.--._..-...__?_?.. 11441BUILDING

choice for tho democratic Miss Alma Lee Hutchinson, 18 year- Montgomery, drawing him
of 150 men are now working night and
I d.'li.. .
from the
car occupied by the boys --
nominee for the presidency of the old Pensacola, girl died recently.She day in two hour relays sinking the I FUND
into of the Fortis. In the brief
United States will not permit his took the poison a week ago, but pier down to rock-bottom. Three shot -noaltary, lialanre April 1. 1929 __ ....._...._ _....._.._.... S.ItDnUUiiitcnir
name to appear on the Florida election nothing was known about it outside other piers are now down and ready I struggle a was fired by one of warranU April I, lOilH ..__-.._._.__._n_______-.__-.
the masked ----
ballot, according to a telegram th family until after her death. The for the steel work, it is stated. The |; the left shoulder men, striking Riles below! .t ,.!..,.,. April, I, 1421------------_..... .._________" a W
the Tampa Tribune last girl according to her father did not I blade and ranging KECKIPTS; FOR THE SIX MONTHS
received by span call for a total of fifteen upward, lodging just under the skin _________. _______n___ ____._ __." ___...__
Friday. intend to end her life but only --- -
Leslie the double piersE. ''of his neck. It is believed that theI Malting halnnM .. -. ____u ... .. I.OKUI.1IIUBHKMKNTH
to Hardy
scare ,
: club patternedafter had noted I shot was intended for Montgomery .. .. .. .. .OOO.O*
"A $250,000 country youth. Physicians a ---- ---- --- ----------- -- .
B. Kirkland who left last
the famous Gulf Stream club improvement in her condition until Thursday for Miami, where he had wounding accidental of Riles was therefore >epnaltory balance Hi.pli.mbir, I I. lu.'l ___.__...._.____ .______. 5 NOUTS'CANDING

of Palm Beach to care for the ex- she suddenly grew worse and died. entirely The kidnapped .. + -
with the Florida
accepted position
of approximatelythree a i man has not been located lit
clusive membership INDEBTEDNESS FUND
Eat Coast Railroad returied to .
)aMt accounts
with initiation fees of
hundred, Being of an experimental nature, Dade City Monday morning on.the IVpneltory balance April I I. IV2I ll 0Warranu *

1,500 and annual fees of. $300 will Julius I. Meyer of Eustis, a o".tu.II".r.1. I I. IU2II: .. .__....._.__ ..u______-_._ 34.D8
"fore day train. Kirk Bars that SICKLY, I'KKVIHII: : (Ilil.DKKV:
club i
be erected in the new country inent farmer of this section, is the Miami may be alright in summertime riiildren suffering from intestinal. .... "..IeApra I. rut" -_ .-_. -.....____..... -..-.._... (9667
section of Coral Gables" says tho proud possessor of a remarkable when there isn't r"j4t'HIfind! worms RECEIPTS FOR TUB SIX HONTHSlrrunl
anything! are .rOM. unhealthy There( 11 :Miami News-Metropolis. papaya tree which, during a periodof doing but there i for are other tuptoini, however. If the .
no place a hild is iiale, hits dark! ringi' under tlmeven Mntilnic hatanc. __ '_ .....__-..__...______. 1,662.94
thirteen months has to
grown a working amen in winter. On his arrival bad DISni/RflEMKNTH! FOR Tilt SIX MONTHS I
"In every section of Pablo Beach height of 11 feet with an umbrella he lireath and takes no interest m foul Union county iHtaUi uf ria.l-' -_.___......__ 4,66311-
hunted haute
up a boarding 1lny. it ti almoHt a .certainty tlint worm

I the sound of the hammer and saw are spread of fifteen feet, and contains and selected the most common looking are eating away its vitnlity. Tho surest Yet H..pi.-ml,,.r I. "'(13. ._ ...__.-...__....___ ..._....- 1.6S MOatltanilinir

heard," says the Pablo Beach News. 107 full grown pieces of fruit. This one he could find, and the rate remedy fur worms White's ( '....aru Vermi- warranU i4.yarmiwr, 1, 1021 ....0'_._.-__..--._'_.... 291 'I!

"Busy workmen and the arrival of is considered by connoisseurs as being was $''.00 a day. He stayed one day orms fug. It but is harulvoa positive to t.cRlrll'lioll! tho thud to Prico the Dep..ltory "'ml...r :Iu. 1083 _-_..-.._--_--...__._.__... 1,2m <
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lumber l
truck load --
truck load after remarkable owing to the fact '
and took the train back to find's 35c. Bold by

ere evidences that the spring build- I that this immense tree grew from a country where a man can live with- I All Drag Stores DRAINAGE FUND

.. in Pablo
Inry ; Vina
cam P sign begun mere seed as large as an ordinarypea Traat_ kajanre April 1. 1921 ..._....._.._____._______.____ 161
Peach: a trifle i late on account of the in such a short of time -. -- Script outatanilln April I. IM __ ...___..._____.____...__.___ M
J inclement weather for the past few space ) REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES Bon-Ia ouutanillnit April 1. 1IKI3\ ____.._....._____________ .U'.14 2,421,14N.l -

weeks." aVflelt Anrll I. ID23 ._. ...____....__..__......._...... '.819 U
The sheriff's office received inform BRADFORD COUNTY
r _ _. ... DC
Sugar Land ation that two men who were drivinga PERIOD ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1923. eomptroller. reilemptlona -? ______

The Pennsylvania car through "Sandy Bottom" near MaWlnr defl-lt _._ .- _______ .._u__..__.___ l.J.7. 4LUHBUHIICMKNTS
Company has been busy, recently, Th followlnc report of UM ....pta, sad .w.-te af tlM fandi at BRADFORn : : FOB Till Iii MONTHS
Live Oak, had left their car COUNTY for th. period. .ndln. Hpt 1"th. 1543 with th. b !. .nd amount of warrant 5,00001
for __ __ __ _____.__ ___.. .
its arrangements of u _
completing the .I" County
there and The informant vntoUndln' ind a .Ut.rn.nt of tIM u u sod propt-rty -

the sale of 27,220 acres of land, to be disappeared. otb.r than shoot of tb* said Bradford Count ** reported on tlwaoth tlmt at 1921, br Net deflelt fbptember 10. 1921 __ --._.___ ___.... .___..-..-_______ M4T 64lutatanillnic
stated that the men acted in a tho Board of County Commlj.lon. tad In* ClArk of UM Ctmit/ Court la bmbr pabllahad ( Mrtpt A-pt..... .., 30, l.21 ______. --.___.___.._._ -__ ??
sold in twenty to forty acre tracts. suspicious manner. Deputy C. R. tho prOYlalolw of ChapUr ISIS of too Lan. of Flort-1.. AetA AMOS.of ItlSERKKOT ConptrolUr.. OutaLaltdlnabonila H-ptrmh.r. 80. n 2i .__._...__________ 1.IU.14 e, will have certain
sold a
Each tract
O'Cain was dispatched to the scene TniaUM batanae' Heptemher" 11. 192S _- -. ....__.._n___?--...._ **
portion of the land planted in sugar GENERAL FUND
to make an investigation. He founda AND LIABILITIES

cane. This tract of land is fourteen new Overland touring car with a n..ltf.nuApU I. 1931 .* .___._____u_.__.....___ I.M. M ASSETS
miles southwest of Homestead, in Script etrtlflad not pr.i.nt'd April I. 1923 .. _. .__._____.__ ...- HOP 1.00194 AUNTS
Georgia dealer's license, and also eaah la .. rY. all fim.ta ___....._._.___.. .....____..... a. taaBalana ?
Dade county. found four carboys contaIn- Oatatandlna warrant* 'April I. 1921 _____._.___._... .-__.___ TOM "
5-gallon Total trallable aaaeta ________ __.__.______ ..'/un
ing twenty gallons of "shine." So N.t balance April I. 1 Olt -. -- -'"- .----..---... ..---.....- 1.824.94 TliliitrriiS
thousand five hundred .__.... .____. 411.41
one FOR TAI SIX MONTHS i W' ontataailln* for enrrent eipenam -------- ---
half of far no one has appeared to claim the Prom tax eotleetor. tan. .-.___.._..__ .-.*-._...-_- 7.44611 Other. llabllltlra of .....,. kind not OIhe....... .num..t.oo quarts of blueberries to a acre property. Front Comptroller hfnptona, _....__ ., __..__._. 1929 whlrh no warranta or other evldenwa of ln'M>t.''lne_) has been .la-
bushes, is the record of Milledgt From eomDtmUer. railroad lle'.iuu ,- r.. ,.--., ------- l,6fttftt ..u.lDua Union aoonty -_ .._u._- ..__._ -_ ____...______ 0,544.64
Bradford County Abatrait Co. rent00,00: .. bonrta oulaland .__...__ _____ .- -. ____ ....._ /tll.l4
raina ? ?
Ryar, a prominent dairyman of South While workmen were excavating Bank. InUrtol _'_.....__u__.. ____?____....__ .... .111.47 Dralnao Warranta ooUtaodln n .- p4

Habitual Constipation Curb on the shores of Lake Ivanhoe at M.Hnt fcatanro' -' 10.4.(1 Total _____._____......_-___.__...___. 11,616.1'

In 14 to 21 DaysLAXFOS Orlando, they came upon the skeleton DT.8DA5EMxNTe. of JOB dark TRS of tIM tlrvnlt WONTHIISalary o court aa trant/ auditor and VALUE OF COUNTY PROPERTY

WITH PEPSIN" is a specially of the skull of which el.rk to .(ranty. comm aalorwra .._____ ?,?_. 75009 '
SyrupTonic-Laxa'Jve for Habltua' a woman Per iflom and ml'xr' af eommUaloMn, _.... --_-...- 160.00 Itouae _________ -.i.-. I".H' "
prepared but had been crushed. The workers were SsIarla..1 othor OUcora aa* EaiatarollAttorney Cmrt. .. llWro, and Situ... ________. 11..00
Constipation.: It relieves promptly for ronnir. eomrnlMlonera ?._ ? ,, n u.a 1* Tl n Cennhoaaa" jail poorhaua" .__.____.._ .-______ -. l,ioooSOther
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days using, scrapers drawn by mules andIt Pay. ahrrilT for attendance en coanty ...m..__..._-..._- t4.M of aunt _-___._._ .. _
to induce regular action. It Stimt4atee and. is thnnQ'ht imp r', of th" body ...-..-<._- rf ...__..., ._ .____ 1MMRepair property -.
A, ', t.. '. Ral'iu' aiCrarthouM .. __ ..
were carried away before the re- ______......_...__ __n__.._.. .._. $5.54 I 0.1 -- h'
bet bottle.

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1I 1I I I Wonder how recognize that The Biblo class will meet with tfr.Frazeo To Stop Quick, i action of the voters at the coming primary 5Zi2552Sd5Zr t52525'u'Z
many a Cough
Bradford County Telegraph Juno 9r I the roads'under building actually constitute : on Thursday at 7:15.p./ m. fake0 }JA YES' HEALING UONEY.C" I office, but feel that I am quallflixl IMPERIAL RINGLET
to discharge them. Hnvlna served the public
==-_c.-==- c-':'-':-:: -c--==== I a drainage district, covering ough medicine which stops the cough by before, the voters are well abla to Judxaaa ,
the whole county? Yet this: is a fact. PRESBYTERIANThe lieuUrfrf the inflamed and irritated tissue. to my fltn.a for the oirice and If they I BARRED
and entered I choose to elect me. I promise faithful and I ;
Published l.Jy as : A box of GROVE'S OPEN-TR.-
The deep, wide ditches: along the I efficient service, Your support In rmpeptfulty PLYMOUTH ROCKS
<;ALfor!': Chest Colds, tlcid Colt!') anilOfiiip
second class matter, at the post j roads alone drain immense areas of services at the Presbyterian is enclosed with every boll.o olilAYKS' j ollclted. : : One Rooater.iid 8 Hen

office at Starke. Florida. | low lands, but they will also carry off! church are greatly enjoyed, by all who HEALING HONEY. The Sa.hould -\"' I, I hereby announce FOR RERIFF myielf n cnmlldnte for 1 l The Best to I

ee.. ---, ---".. I tho water led to them from the have attended them. .. be rubbed on the .:bet and thrust Shorlir, of Bradford county and If elected I \: I That Money Can Buy
= j I Dr. Winchester's discourses are tru- of children sulfuring from a Cod: or Cr,_. prom I.. cfTiclnnl administration of the chic
Z.: 5*. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner | farms. Wherever a road crosses a The h nllDt effort of Have HMillna !Hone I IslIoihrthronenbinrdwith I- I lH' office. 1 stand for law enforcement, For Sale, only %
.- stream, this is canalized fur some ly wonderful; there will be but a few l thehenlloacit. '* equally applied to one and nil without fearor

I distance, partly for the protection of I more, so do not fail to attend and re 'the nv,>Mn. i O-Pen-Train soon a couith.futh Solve. throuiiU ibo pun- n, i the fa\or voters at I shall Iho prlmnrvTune nnproclato I the of $12.50
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY tho road the ceive the benefit of them. No service stops W. M. MITCH) EDWARDS.I I Van
or to get material for remedies urn pnrknd In onp carton and tha I Oscar De Vijere
embankment. Water led from the will be held on Saturday. cost of the combined treatment to ago fJuAt I, hereby announce myself a candidate forreelection PAINTER
4 -- ask fcr HAVES'HEALING Sherlll Bradfordcounty %
your druggist to the office of of
RATE roads is carried in ditches of sufficient | Subject for Sunday morning at 11 HONE If reflected I will .. in the past '
; SUBSCRIPTION length to not injure adjoining lands ) o'clock, "Did ye receive the Holy I II I .pnro no pains In the full dischamo. 6f all the 'u21r'SL 'Z257525Z1Zrr25 urZ2125 '5
I I I duties of the office, and I carnvatly solicit the
x Per Year ___ __ _ _ __ ___$2.00 by overflowing them. I Spirit when ye believed?" support of tho voters at the ensuing? prlmnrv.KuHpoctfulIy. .
I For the "The World's I for of his farms. It W. J. EPPERSON.I J. L. FRAZEE
.' _.- The tireless automobile, on a hard, evening, er tractor one -
i smooth; road, is quite different to the I Greatest Need." The last service will i I was purchased from the Rivers Motor I Khcrlff h<>rrbv of announce Bradford;myself;; county-Ha a I enndtdntefor non .well ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT

jf tired horse pulling a buggy through be held on Tuesday evening. Co., of Lake Butler. acquainted with the duties of the office and LACYPOSTOFFICE .
and Mrs. R. E. Dell and Mrs. prnmiHo. if elected, to discharge them to the
j deep sand or mud. To take a "side utmost of oily ability, with' equal justice{ to : BUILDING
shut inn! a good lateral road is onlya CHUItCH OF CHRIST NOTES J. E. Harper, of Lake Butler, were all I ,rnrncmtly solicit the. support of thevoters
1 at tho ensuing primary' STARKE, FLA.
matter of a quart or two of gaso- visiting here Sunday.Six A._. B. ALVAREZ I .
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i linf I Those roads are wide, good and Winchester's sermons at the hundred potato barrels' arrived FOR TAX COLLECTOR ,

,. safe; no danger of being! stalled in Presbyterian church ring true to the here Tuesday, it being the first Installment I torchy announce to the public, fhnt f ama
candidate for rc-eloctlon
I to th. office of
I deep and or to get stuck! in a mud Bible as inspired of God. There is I I of barrels for the season. county tax collector, subjfct tn the. will of
Inftdelic in his'. The A. C. L. is at the people at the oomlnit mnrmto! primary
no theological output carpenter
hole..tplanted" by some enterprising election to be held. June fl, 1021 Prombilnir." : MEAT
( 1 citizen living nearby, who wants to sermons. work repairing the depot here this if re-elected, the same personal, courteous and
efficient service In tho future In
No. 4051: I turn an honest penny extricating cars He warned his hearers against week. "" I will appreciate your vote. Sincerely. 1 Prices are Down I
thinking that all religions are a part Rev. C. C. Butler filled his appointment E. W. HAYES
(Membership! in National Highway | -no danger of falling through/. a rot- I II
ten bridge or getting lost in a maze of Christianity. He declared that at the Harmony Baptist church I hereby announce myself a candidate' for II I
) office of collator of Bradford
the tax
\ of blind trails. Tho traveler will see much that is taught and called relig- Sunday. A large attendance reportedat I solicit the support of the voters of the county county I II Il i ''ilhli''hll Ilh {"''' h, rIiwP l
and If circled, I promUe faithful tlincharue ? d III
a ti
ion is not Christianity. each service.Dr. .
what the
I country and people look like of the dutica of said office. Jtootc"....-
,: LIABILITY stop and talk with the farmers, buy Since we come to think about it, and Mrs. J. M. Mann and Miss : fully submitted.. B M. .COWLING. !I IlIuIi 4 IllluwV / lII i i1

milk, eggs, syrup, oranges, strawberries the Dr. is absolutely correct. Be- Essie Howard, of Lake Butler, attended -- FOR- STATE- --SENATOR- -- Ii II i /.' l li liI

I There may be !name pessimists in and he is likely to conclude that I cause everything in Christian religion the services at Harmony last To the Timi>crHtic eli.toro of FlftopnlhSenntnrinl { I
District of Florida I
I this county, who complain over the he could go farther and fare worse, dates back to the New Testa- Sunday. They were guests of Mr. solicit your support for renominntion respectfully In I

c $5 OOOO.OO) bond hsue for good and will buy property in the neigh ment era, and have their origin and and Mrs J. S. Howard. I district Juno primary, which aa embraces your stnte the countlej senator of for Rriid-said r

l roads. They argue that we cannot borhood. authority in the New Testament A pretty sight near here is a 27- ford and Union. D. E. KNIGHT. t

i F I afford it, claim that we have placed Though the landscape may appear Last Lord's Day was another good acre field of English peas planted byJ. FOR I '
t' ourselves under the bondage of the flap and uninteresting to the pedestrian day with us. Interest in the Bible S. Howard. They are exceptionally I her,'bv announce myself nn .it candidate TWO. /h

bloated who "lock it has a ifferent aspect to him school, Communion and Commanded fine. for n member,of the House nf R..on.ntlv". 'a
f I capitalists! own us, from Bradford County Fla.. group No. 2.
stock and barrel," etc. If they stop- who travels fast in an automobile. Worship is deepening. There were subject to the Democratic primary of June 3,
11121.) I earnetttly solicit the support of the
ped to auk how the bondholders( could Speed lends enchantment to the view. three added to the church by state- SAMNSON CITY voter in the ...mln.{ I primary If elected, 1 I
ment at the morning worship. And a promise to work for the best Interest of Bradford I
have been induced to part with their Moving quickly from one depressionto county and the state of Florida Resnfrtfully. .
wealth without apparently sufficient another, from one rise to another, young man of good influence united Sampson City, Feb. 29th.!> -Mr. and W. O. DUVALL.

collateral, perhaps they would find the country appears very undulating. with the church at the evening wor- Mrs. C. B. Brown and little son, I SUPERINTENDENT

1 11 that bonding was a good investment, Green pines, yellow or green grass, ship then attended the Bible school. I ond Miss Ethel Varnes attended the I hereby announce PUBLIC myself a INSTRUCTION candidate for r"

p'" l both for the borrowers and the lend. brown soil, gray buildings, red and Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. : show in Starke Tuesday evening I dent refection of school to the of office Bradford of county county superinten subject to *ei

I white flowers In the yards all m. the primary l on June 3rd. I promise if nominated
I ere All the bondholders get is a rea- come Mr. Cane has moved his family and i :
elccUMl. to perform the duties of
; : onable interest on their loan to us; in quick succession and present a land Bible Study at 10 a. m. here from Clayno, and has accepted the office to the best of my ability I solicit
\ 1 all the other benefits from scape as colorful as one can wish for. Come and bring your friends. the vote of every voter in the county. Respectfully !4t
; ::1 accruing employment here with W. H. Smith. .submitted. IL 'B. WIGGINS. We handle full line of fresh .
t J'''. good roads we keep for ourselves.It The warm, caressing air and things W. E DAUGHERTY, We welcome these people to our a

I has long been, and it is still the growing all about, even though it Pastor. town. MEMBER I SCHOOL HOARD-DIST. No. and cured meats. Our steaks and :
hereby announce myself candidate for
S I a
custom of many investors to buy land t may be midwinter, are evidences E. D. Jones, of High Springs, is member of the school board district. No, 3. roast cuts are the best ever. One

. cheaply because of their inaccessibility. I enough of a sub-tropical climate. The I METHODIST visiting his mothr, Mrs. S. E. Jones, ,' discharge If nominated of the and duties elected nf I promise the olTlee' a faithful to the trial will convince you.

Their purchases are really not tourists who will have a chance to see here this week. best of my ability. I solicit the vote of every

worth what they cost, but by building the country around here will fall in i Sunday school at 10 a. m., E. K. Ray Goodge, who is employed at II Democrat Respectfully In the primary to'be' L.held J.June WYNN..3rd. Weiner, per pound, 25c

it railways and highways: through! them, love with it and decide to abide with : Perryman, superintendent. Lake City, spent the week-end here Pork Roast, per pound 20c
: Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
slaking intercommunication easy and us. Who can doubt that bonding for p. with relaties and friends. I In Circuit Court State of Florida. Elirhth Pork Sausage per pound, 25c

I L connecting them with the rent of the road Improvement was a good invest L.m. B.each Sunday by the pastor, Rev. I Jas. S. Williams and sister, of .Judicial. Circuit, Bradford County, in Chon.ery Pork Chops, per pound 20c

', a world, settlers are attracted and the : ment? I Simpson. Starke. spent: a few days! here last P. .'. Flume
I Epworth League Sunday evening at I Complainant i Round Steak pound 25c
\ per ,
formerly worthless lands are old nt :i ii week with her cousin, Miss Ethel; va j
i 6:45.: ; ''AnnlCMhalt.. Ribs of Beef Ib 15c & 20c
good prices. In one of the East Coast ,, Parnes. per ,
\\1 i-t"Mm ii H'im' itii+m* I Defendant.It .
'counties of this state a capitalist, Prayer meeting Wednesday evening Friends of Mrs. R. Lt Brown will be It npmurlnu: by affidavit: appended' to the Pot Roast per pound, 20c
: filed In the above atatedcaue, that Anna
I who owns large: tract of now worth- i 7:30.A leased to learn that she has success i Cashatt. the defendant therein named it a Liver per pound, 20c
i Church Services cordial welcome. extended to all. non-reedont{ of the state of .Florida. and she
loss ; I
Inaccessible land, is at his own 1 fully underwent an operation, per- I I U a resident of 3J2 Van Vast Avenue, Bellevue Fresh Water Fish, per Ib, 15c
expense building a road 7i" miles long I formed by Dr. W. E. Middleton, at Jefferson' county, Kentucky, and ia over
LETTER FROM A. A. IIAZEN the are of twenty-one years : it la thereforeordered I II Mullet per pound 121.2c
f through the land. On the completion I home of her sister, Mrs. W. H.amicn. I that said non.resldent defendant' he
t ()f the road this land will no longer I I *'l't.l M 1 I+ Ml 1 I+++4 If Ml+++tI he'L I< and0( hereby required to appear, to the Mil I I Armour Star and Swifts
,j to Inaccessible, but will be inviting\ I[ IJAITIST C1IUKCII BULLETIN Candidate for Tax AssessorI 3aa S. Williams spent a few daysin fore complaint Monday. filed the 7th In salt tiny cause of p n.oX.. be I>: I I Premium Ham, sliced, Ib, 40c
I IOH. otherwise the alienations{ nf snlfl bill
.r to settlers, and the proAttt from land I It Palatka last week, the guest of wit Ibe taken as confessed by sold 1 defomlnnt, :
services of the church herewith make my announcement' (I It Is further ordered 1 that this order be FRUITS and VEGETABLESof
files will reimburse the t The regular
enterprising | his
,F soon( i Bister! Mrs. T. C. Thomas. i t published' once a week for four conscrutivc{ t
) pioneer for his road building.' 'will be held on Sunday. The Bible I, as a candidate for( tax assessor of Y. A. Harris, of Gatnesllle, was weeks In the Bradford County Tehitrnuh. 11 all kinds

.. Thus it will he seed that roads often I'school' at D:4."i: ; a. m., in charge of I Bradford county I have given the looking after business interest hero 'I newspaper. February publlnhi'd 28. In 1921fl old. county nnd stallTlil -. F. G. HEMINGWAY
I matter mature consideration and see w. AI.DBRMXN 1 .
form asset which further Prof. H. B. Wiggins. '
an on profit Thursday.
(Seal)) .
I Clerk Cncint" ('curt.fir ,
< depend. Roads frequently con- : Divine worship at 11 a. m. Chapter no reason why my record does not I Those who attended the carnival I c. A. KNKJHT' Phone 19

stitute all the difference between nn I'six in our book on Stewardship and justify me in offering my services for In Lake Butler last week from here R. A. GREEN Deputy' f' "k -- --, -- .

flour'I I Missions will he studied. This eouri" that honor. I wish to insure: theyuxwRs I were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Brown and i Ruhu'ur" f.r C.nn'dninsni.' '-C-:(:.:::I :x-. .:=-_;;.;,, -- :-

of this that takeno ._ .
of to be the just thing county thoy -- -- -- --- --
study ,
I Irl seems I little son, Mr. and Mrs. 1\(. Varnes i
p and mineral deposits amount to nothing I the church has been waiting for, and risk! if I am elected in not having children, Joe S. Williams and sister, ( ..--- -- .- ---

Ji if they are not accessible. The the interest taken In the subject is I; the books correctly kept, us I shall Mamie, Miss Ethel Varnes, Lewis : !1

I capitalists recognize! this l And seldom I showing itself in many ways. Dring give them personal attention at all Parrish, r,. L. Johns, t>op/an Nabli, iN S U ATA '\\ r': LI i
time. I realize the efficient
refuse to buy bonds for improved ornew with you on Sunday your book. manner Mr. and Mrs. McNeill and children: '\. t Ii

roads. They do not look closely! Pencil and paper will bi necessary, in which this work must be done and R. .Gibson, of Gainesville, spent

I nt present values, but consider the I in order to take down what will be' my friends that knowTne best will Sunday'her(> with friends. That's: Our Business I

I future values created bv thn roads. I I'r"suntcII'on the board. say that I am qualified.( I have Jim Varnes and sons, Hubert and
::1 'If, a year ago/ a farmer had tried the Senior and Intermediate B. Y.I' served my county nearly four years Rom, spent the week-end hero with FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDFNT,

/' to find out how much he was worth in I Y. U. will meet at 830; p. in. Plans j on the Hoard of Education and have relath es. > I

I a pecuniary sense), ho may have said, are being: made for organization of "j t tried to be as progressive as economy Mr. Adams, of Starke, has moved : BONDS .

1 "Well, my land is worth $2,500 to begin a Junior Union, so many are asking and good judgment would permit. I'Prob'ably his family hero and has aece.itetl;'ig'W: } ISf" j!!
'I with." A frdm if he that this be done. < I havo made a few mistakes
I year now, employment here.* > '
asks himseli," the same question, he is Evening worship at 7:30.: The but as a whole, I feel that my services! R. L. Brown and Dotrnn Nahh J. R DAVIS e A CO. 'I \

apt to "My land is worth pastor will present. the second sermonin go without criticsm. I have the best : :
I say, now left Sast week for Jacksonville wi -i r _____ _- -- __ _
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of feeling and friendship for = = =
$3,000, since the good roads were the series on "Three Things to my opponent they have accepted employment. i' .. .. .. .
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built"e Control." This in a family church, and expect to conduct my .Marxim Odprcn, of Graham was in ---

lF 1 The' settlement of Bradford county so bring. the children. i i campaign throughout with all respect town Saturday.

] began long ago, but the lack of ade- i due him and his friends. I realize Miss Adilie Mae Rnulorsnii, of Lnk,>
communications have been BIBLE EVANGELISM:\ I this Is too early to begin an active
quate a Butler, spent Sunday here the guar : =
i .:H' bar to progress, on account of the campaign, but hope to meet each and of Miss Mami: Hall. A Jie'OIdCIociConfheSfaijr i{

; manner I Starke is fortunate in having for a | every voter, both ladies and entle- E. D. Junes; spent Sunday in Waldo _
few days Dr. Winchester, of Toronto, men before the primary and discuss .N'I;
/ flaying dental work done. ]t' .... Jh\"t:!!. I
s (t! ed. As for immigration from the 'outside Canada, to conduct a series of meetings matters pertaining to this office. M. Varni's.nnd C. B Brown mot I.

I II 4 } it has been very limited arid I in the Presbyterian church. To Respectfully, ed to the Stnte. Farm Sunday ;'

I I went no farther than to the outskirtsof receive rt'cgnition of those who con A. A. IIAZEN. T. V. Williams and Unv Goo 1 J
I duct the School in Chicago is --,-! __w. ;_-- *
I the towns. When the Improved I Moody / wre visitors to Graham Sunday.
r' roads shall have been completed and of itself sufficient announcement ofa WOOD LAWN p The poem Immortalized by Longfellow,

.. communication with the rest of the man's sanity, safety and spirituality offers' the suggestion for this "GOLDEN

; I world established, the county will ; and those who have been fortunate Woodlawn, Feb. th.-\fr.! anti) Political Announcemnfs I -- HOUR" theme.

I have added tr< Its wealth, first, value enough to have heard Dr. Winchester Mrs. J. S. Noman were visitors to "Tick Tock" "Tick Totk"goes tho
,t!! received for the bond outlay--over during the present week I Starke Saturday FOR .- ti passing hours;"the golden hours of youth,

I .'1 half a million dollars, .en the profits have had a taste of the sort of teaching Misses Lois and Gladys Norman attended I am a eaniliilate TAX for AS9F8.3OR nomination to the ofnce and the silver hours of advancing age."
i from the outlay, which will come endorsed by that school. We cannot church at Evergreen Sunday. nf conntjr usnuor of farm of Braiifoid > with the
county and respectfully nollcit your .= tG: What< are YOU doing "golden
\, C in various ways. New settlers will I all take our places'as students R. J. Stokes, of St. George, Ga., and support In the Drrnocrntlo ooncratlon prhnarr- hour "? What are the results of your

f ; come to help us get things we have in that famous Bibla institution was a business visitor here Tuesday.Mrs. election that I denlv to be held appreciate June 3. the 192<.confidence I ...ure and you ( labor your profession or your avocation?

I v hitherto not afforded and to help u* neither have we the opportunity very S. II. Thompson was shoppingin treat support that you ra"have official given record m. In mar the have past, and Are these"golden hours" PROFIT hours?

k t pay the taxes; these settlers wiU put often of pitting at the feet of one Starke Saturday. for another term RMpectfully. yourapproval \ ) Is the habit of SAVING; turning theM .

, k Ii' money Into circulation while making who bears its imprimatur; and this David Moore, of Lawtey, was a N. D. WAIMWR1GHT l l "golden hours" into profitable hours?

i,3ii' their improvements and stocking* makes the present! occasion a rare one visitor here Friday evening. I horehy announce myself u a candlHnti i
their farms for those who love the Lord the t H. for the office of tin animwor of Brailfo il j "Tick Tock" "Tick Tock" says the
; more produce will be Supt. Wiggins, of Starke, wasa county lubjoct" to the action of the Democratic l
!grown; remunerative crops will take Bible and the Churih. visitor here Tuesday.S. voter at the primary June 3. 1921. If old clock. If it could speak K would say;

; the place of kiss paying ones; roads: We commend most heartily the I It. Thompson, of White Springs, elected duties I of 1 the promlne ottce,to keeping faithfully a clean perform, corrctreeord the I /J "save a little,"'"save little" my GOLD"
to connect with the sort of in which Dr. Win. of all work connected th"rewltll. Very r )EN hours-YOUR "golden hours.
Y ( main arteries will evangelism spent Sunday with his family here. '' respectfully A. A. HA3EN: f/

gridiron the county, and they will bet chester is engaged. It is thoroughly I D. D. Browning was attending to MFMRER SCHOOL ItOARD--PIST.-- -No!" -I Moral tp t

t conducive to better social intercourse Biblical, and is, in the highest sense, business in Jacksonville Friday. :The friend of Rev. L. W. Klckliter, a>k for -; d Save what can pare to save as
Ma you
and this again will footer a cooperative '!I educational. It may not be what the Misses Debbie and Beatrice Phillips f'Hhllo reflection Instruction aa a for member dl.trlct of No tha 1 Board of Brad of -L. often as you can spare it. _,

spirit, without which no real masses want, but it it unmistakably visited friends! in Lawtey Friday ford county Mr. K.ckliter: ha* given the utmost -

progress' can take Until recent I what the times need. evening. aerved aatfofactlon or the duringthe board and leveral we coraldcr term heriae It Your SAVINGS ACCOUNT la cordially
I to the intereet of the voter and the I welcomed at this Bank.
honor county
years the farmer has considered May God Ills Word as it that hfe ..",,1... be continued.
liis time as of but little value. It Is' proceeds from the mouth of this good DUKES M\NY FRIENDS.

different now. High prices of goods, man, who providentially; Is in the FOR COUNTY JfPC.El (Remarks about Interest paid, if desired'*

more things to buy, scarcity of labor midst of us for a short season! I Dukes Feb. 29.! -Quite a number the office hereby of announce County Judge myielf of a Bradford candidate coun for

If compel him to stay at his work of of ty. I refer the voter to rrtT record durmit
more cars crossties, piling and cord
the tttnia I have held thin office In the pant THC, DAXi: ; : OF
than formerly, and when he has: to go( ST. !MARK'S\ CIIUKCJI wood left here this week. and I earncatly aolicit{ their support .t the
eomin primer rf elected t triieeharre Ca .k of Helpful Service
promlae TLc
4 away he ii anxious to be home again Three more cars of fertilizer were the duties of the office to the beat
as' soon as possible. Hero the good, Services for the Sunday before received here this week. Quite a lot of my ability favor according law A. GARDINER.and withnntfearoe t Starke Florida

hard, straight roads will help him to Lent will be at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. rn. of truck is being grown in this sec : : i t .
transact business quickly as well as Service on Xsh-Wednellrlay at 7:30: I hereby announce myself a candidate for

In hauling to and from the farm. Ptn. tion.J. S. Howard has purchased anoth- suit re-election ourt of ti>Bradford the office county of Clerk subject of the to Clr-the.



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J Mrs. D. E. Knight spent Tuesdayin Starke'd.. "Second" basket- --ball team---'-mary election books, if-they-wish-to P.'h;: ; ;--home in Jacksonville .

Lake Butler with friend went to Keystone Heights Saturday 1 vote in tho nominating primaries. I. Sunday.

afternoon and brought homo another I Registration in the general election J. S. Howard, Sr., of Duke, is via-

Bits of LocalInformation @ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin spent the game from the Koystonitcs-score books does not uallfy a person to vote Iting relatives here this week.

we*-end in Lawtey with relatives.Mr. being 23 to 13. in the primary election Mrs. Earl Edward and son, Carl nail

District registration officers have mother, Mrs. Ida Call, of Starke, were

I \ Airs.- motored F. A. Scott Is training the homers been appointed as follows: visiting relatives hero Monday, i 1'1'-

to Jacksonville Monday and visitors for the National horseshoe Precinct No.1. Lawtey, Geo. \V. turning Tuesday with tho exception:

Contest near his store on North Roberts. of Mrs. Ball, who will visit her
Concerning Our People Business
a ana Misses Margaret Long, Carolyn Walnut street. lIe states it Is easyto Precinct No.2, Starke (north), J. daughter, Mrs. J. F. Bennett, and,

d' Progress in the County and 'I Fripp and D. P. Carpenter motoredto become a champion. Try It. F. Ktckliter.' family.

Town.'J Jacksonville Monday Afternoon. Precinct No. 3, Starke (south), J. We. are having fine seasons on tli.vtgctablcn .,<

I Chickens and eggs wanted at Kick- W. Morgan and truck growing in tins

Mrs. Sarah L. Ilamrlck made a business liter's. Precinct No. 4, Graham, C. D. Rob section.
T. N. Kendrick was a business vIsitor The U. D. C. will meet Wednesday, .
I trip to Jacksonville Monday. erts. The funeral of John Wester way
to Jackscnvilla) Thursday. March :5th, 3:30: at the home of Mrs. .
L. ilrs. W. 0. Powers, of Princeton, Precinct No. 5, Hampton, A. A. preached Sunday by Rev. J. D. Crow,

10. Haynes. Miss Nona V. Grapes of Grand 111., is visitIng her brother, L. II. Futch. lilt Raiford. A large crowd attends I
and Mrs. D. C. Jones
Capt. were Rapids, Mich., is a guest for a few Partridge. Mrs Powers has been Precinct No.6, Thorcssu, C. A. Tho chicken SUIpOrlIven\ by th'
visitors to Jacksonville Wednesday I Miss Iris Epperson spent the week- days at the Hotel Marion. spending the winter in Miami and 'Youngblood. ladles of the Methodist church at the
end in Alnchua with Mrs. Foster Eddy. .
will bo here for a few weeks before Precinct No.7, New River, 'M. L. club room Friday night was well attended
See Mrs. Adkins as Freida Hempei I Andrews & Wainwright unloaded returning to her home. Johns and a nice sum reaz>J j for

Monday night at the Gaiety Theatre. a carload of Fords Monday.All Precinct No. 8, Brookor, D. W. Ila-I tho church.

Mrs W J. Griffin, of Jacksonville, I You will onjoy the Spring Minstrel ten. Mrs. Iva Sprinkll\, AltI son, lieu \ ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley were was a guest the first of the week of
varieties sweet corn and snap next Monday evening; at tho Gaiety C. A. KNICUIT. Mian Julia Register and Joe Jon< ,' <

week-end visitors to Jacksonville. her sister, Mrs. O. J. Griffin bean seeds at Klckliter's. Theatre. An unlimited store of jokes Supervisor: of Registration, Bradford attended the bull games at Lake ('d,. ..

I and some of the newest songs and County, Fla. 2-29-2t! Saturday night.
Mrs, Stevenson, of Philadelphia, is Gary Ennis and Hollis Knight, of Thomas Mersereau of Highland, dances will be presented. I Union county's temporary courthouse .
the guest of her son, II. L. Stevenson... the U. of P., spent Tuesday afternoon Mr. lllAMMIIBWtl
visitor to Starke Thursday. MMBM ,
was a is having the finishing' touch.put <
hero with homefolks.Mrs. .
I Merscrenu recently bought the pro Mrs.. Walter Williams and little I 'on this week by the enrpontei t
Henry Ball, traveling salesman, of ductive Bennett place and has his daughter, Francis Louise, who have
The officials
and painters. county expect -
Gainesville, spent Monday in Starke.Don't I Walter Alvarez and children, I Lake Cutler, Feb. 20.-Tho pulpit I
been Mrs. M. Mitchell
land ready for a big crop. visiting to be in their now offices beforotho .
of the Christian church not filled
of Jacksonville, are visiting relatives was
returned Wednesday to their home in
end of the week. The building it
I Sunday account of the sickness of
here. on
forget to hear the Indian girl
Rev. W. F. Dunkle, presiding elderof ; Vnldostn, Georgia. Mrs. Williams well constructed, has six commodious
the pastbr, Rev. W. T. McGuire, of ,
sing Monday night.
the Jacksonville district, Drenched was called home on account of Illnessin office on the lower floor, with a fireproof \ -
L. C. left for Reddick I Ray Ga.
Ray Tuesday City
her I I
at the Methodist church Wednesday family.
Mrs Mattie Turner, of Clover, S. where he will act as temporary T. li. Proctor, who has for several ,' vault for tho records. The upper
"Tho Forgotten
I evening, his subject being
has the court room and (ho
cashier of the Reddick State Bank I years been managing the Union I'
C., is visiting ber son, R. L. Whlsant Man," I "
: Sweet potatoes wanted. J. F. Kick- County Times for !Mrs. Sprinkle, accepted jury rooms. Tho people are to b"l i

M. F. Brown, of Tampa, spent the Mrs. Mattie Turner, of Clover, S. Charles Darby, accompanied by his !liter. A place with tho Bradford !i(I congratulated upon being; so well fixed -
,, for county building at the 'low
week-end here with friends C., is visiting her son, Lee Whlsnant, County Telegraph and has !gone to a
aunt, Mrs. 11. C. Richard, left Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Alvarez and two .
for several weeks. Starke. Ills: place has been filled by
morning for Baltimore, where he children Mrs.Vest and Mrs. Emma cost.A
After March 1st II. E. Lagergrenwill G. P. Bethel, of Johnstown, nail !Mr. I number of Sunday school workers

be ready to serve those who wishto Virginia Weeks of Brooker, has en- will enter Johns Hopkins hospital for Alvarez, motored, hero Saturday en- Wilson of Akron, Ohio, n linotype op of the Sunday school band, are

have land surveying done. tered the Bradford high school, and treatment. route to Jacksonville. While here erator. holding group, meeting with the M.

they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Miss Frances Elwes who has boon F.. church this afternoon and evening
will be with her aunt, Mrs. W. L. Cucumber, squashes, and tomato /
\V. Andrews, Jr. The Lailiet Aid will give tho worker
Wall. spending a few weeks with her uncle /
In seeds nt Kickliter's.Misi
To Cure a Cold One Day
TBI| LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE (Tablets and aunt, Mr. and, Mrs. J. R.: liar- a supper at tho church.
stupa the( uuMtl end HeiKlm and worn ul"Id Dr. T. D. Gunter, of West Palm Miss Leila Sapp was an out of town
o E CROVE"" ., o..lU1eoo".bu... S,.. Loca Sweat returned Wednes-
Beach, was called here Wednesday on day afternoon from Gainesville where guest nt the Installation ball given

account at the serious illness of his Friday evening at the Woman's Club,
she the past two weeks visit-
spent ,
Mrs. S. A. Bryan went to Titus- Gainesville by members of the Phi

ville Saturday to visit Mrs. D. L. Rig- mother. I IIIr. ing her aunt, Mrs. Martha Tison, and Beta Psi local fraternity and of the
other relatives.
by. and !Mrs II. C. Richard, of Pa- Pi Pappa Phi installation banquet at

Godwin the latka, came Wednesday evening and ,lIIrs. N. D. Wainwright returned the White House Hotel Saturday eve
See Mrs. Jimmy wonderful
of Martinelll at were guests of A. M. Darby and family. Tuesday from Jacksonville where she ping She was also a guest at the ConfidenceThe
Impersonator) ,
the Brotherhood Club
dance by
I given
D. T.
the minstrel show visited her daughter, Mrs. I
Clark. following the banquet

Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Reddish and I
Jack Howe of Lawtey, was a business -
daughters Mabel, Myrtle and Pearl, II Kickliter'for YARD SURFACING MATERIAL
visitor to Starke first of the I Go to J. F. Georgia
attended the funeral of Mrs. Robert and North Carolina peanut seed.: AKIUV1NU

week. Reddish, of Hampton, Saturday.Dr. I eonfience of the commit.lily in a bank "

of You will miss the treat of the sea- L. M. (fray, who hold the contract I i is its ,greatest element of strength.The .
W. M.
Mr. and Mrs.visitors Starke Bryan Sunday W. E. Middleton Is enlargingand / son if you do not attend the Spring for putting the Hinch rock !bane on ,, f

Lawtey. were to repairing the residence building I Minstrel next Monday evening. Ben- the highway running north and umith I strength of our bank is evi,denced by the

on West Madison street recently pur- efit of Woman's Club. was in town first of the week, making I I confidence of its large number of depositorsm .

chased of W. B. Haynes. preparations for beginning| work. i and satisfied customers wh of .
are some
of I among
G. A. Anderson, man $
Equipment: for the hundlmi, of therock the best people in the
Lawtey, was a business visitor to Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and little I! Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen will "PI'earIn Is arriving daily/ and, Mr. (Jni\ '' county.

Starke Thursday. daughter, Dorothy, are in Jackson- the Spring Minstrel at the Gaiety expects to begin wurk shortly nftor re I
Florence Our directors composed oft I he best
Theatre Monday evening. Miss are men
ville visiting her sister, Miss Bertha March 1st.
:Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh went to De- Moore I! Andrews ii accompanist for several the county, who actually direct th affairs cf the

Land Friday to visit her sister, Mrs.J. I of the musical numbers on the bank. Men who have made a si;cress of their t
own and are capable of ha ndling the
E. Futch. program.
Mrs Bessie Grant, of Jacksonville,
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faire of the bank safe and nd bntis.nt .
I on a lOll
I came Friday for a visit with her I that the
Notice Is hereby given registration .
:Mrs. Clara Quigley, of Halifax, brother, Dr. O. L. Haynes and family STOP THAT LEAKY: ROOF! books of Bradford bounty ,
Nova Scotia, Is the guest of her son, Our bank is examined at frcqucnppble : intervals by
j i iI will be in( the several voting -
J. T. Quigley. I hh 'e secured the agency in Brad open prucincl auditors sent out by the st rite who comer I

I Through/ a mistake the name of' ford county for the Guar well Asbestos of the county from March tnl, without our foreknowledge. We "I p ..11\0 I required "
1921to! ) and including the I 'ah < Prof. Dowling hRs had new fences little Miss Mabel Margaret Neflf was Roof Paint and House Paint This to make and publish sworn state m -'Ufa of the con-

erected on his }place on North Walnut I omitted from the honor roll of the B. J paint carries a guarantee of ten years April, 1024. dition of this: bonk at regular i.iti-n alL 1'ie! call

street. rn. S. last week. against: leaks, and Is renA'ly: appliedto Particular attention is uillnl to the '! for this statement comes, to us bat ed, l on certain

I. metal shingles or composition fact that women who Have h'1'.L"fnl'l' dates, without our having any knoit \'(ledge of whento
Mrs. II. M. Snyder entertained the Mrs. Charles Chalker and two little roofing.( It contains 60 per font of i registered In the general 'II is coming, hence" we arc unable 'fix/' these

Merrie Workers Monday evening at Columbus Ga. Tuesday i books, must now rcuffrtiir in the pi iI i- periods even it disposed i do In ncliw '
sons, of came pure /ground asbestos which form n we were o so. -
her home on West Madison street. I to vloit her parents, Mr. and Mr'"* surface/ impervious to all weather I ____ dition to this We are required by I. to carry a

A. M. Darby. | F. L. TURNER, Stnrko, Flu certain per cent of our deposits in cash: reserve in

R. A. Green and S. E. Ritch returned I order to take care of any emerge ncy that may

Monday from a trip to West Flor- I I Mrs. A. Price, accompanied by her --- ----" .----- -- rrENT.A.WORD arise. .

ida. I daughter-in-law, Mrs. B. C. Price, left

t Monday afternoon for their home InI I HOTEL MARION ( f Deposit your money with UII where it ia as
Mr. and Mrs. Sim Kelly aryl children I Kingston, Pa. I safe as the rock of Gibraltar.
for Plant Tam-
left Friday City,
pa and .other South Florida places. I W. J. Epperson, Jr., who -is em- I ----- --- :

ployed on the Seaboard railway, 1* Under New Management FOR SALE CHEAP-I!! head of cut
L. J. Wyman, of Boston, Mass, arrived -I,i: spending a few days with his parents, tic, some good milch cows mnmi'4 -. .-..-,.
Saturday for a* visit with his Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Center of City
I them. Mrs. M. A BIII-don. 2.1:; Jt' .
son, L. Wyman. .
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I i Misses Norma Dekle, Lucilc Varnes Excellent r.oomE.1IeUent II FOR KALE--Uunnor seed, peanut,

Miss Marguerite SJiriver, of Brooker 4taby: Proctor, Messrs. Nelson DikleI Meal! per bushel, S cent per puund, '

spent several days this week with I I and Willie Dekle, of Lake Butlrr, I Ii e f. o. b. Lowell, Flu. H. T. Hall (V,1 Bradford Count BankTHE

Miss Jeannetteatthews.. I were here Saturday night attending, i "Ask" the Traveling Man." : Lowell, Kla. 2-2'J-tf. y '
the picture show. ___ .
Mrs. Ceo. A. Anderson, of Lawtey, FOtt[ WALK OR TRADE-Will" trade .

was the guest of her parents, Mr. Mrs. L. Sapp and daughter, MK 1 rood! place, taking Ford car as first I I .

and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Wednesday. Jimmie, Miss: Nina Wainright, And. payment und giving good term on 4.

Lee and Rue Saver, all of Jackson- ,i balance Scab Crosby, St. Pcters- A
Spring Minstrel next Monday eve- I .
ville, were guests Sunday of Mr. and :i hung,, Fla. 2-U.4t. --- --
the Oalety'Tbeatre. Benefit .
Mrs F. A. Sapp. 1"--
Woman's Club. WANTED-Responsible man or woman I. FLORIDA NORMAL INSTITUTE

_____ In every community in SouthI
Attend the Spring Minstrel Monday DOORS, MADISON FLORIDA
Harold C.- Wall has been in Jack- I lorida to take subscriptions for

sonville this week attending United Admission evening U5/; at and the 50 Gaiety cents. Theatre Begin Lime, Brick, I the Tampa Daily Times. Liberal SPRING TERM, March 4th to June 5th. Twenty years -

States court. at 8:15. Benefit building fund ofWoman's Cement, all or spare time. For successful Teacher-training. Faculty of six specialists

Club. particulars, writ Circulation Department college degrees and long experience. Thorough courses for

Eugene Matthews will spend the BUILDERS HARDWARE The Tampa Times, Tampa all grades of Teachers' Certificates. All high school and commercial

week-end in Jacksonville with his Mrs. C. S. McCornack, and ton, _. i i Fla. 12-U-tf subject, music and public speaking. Complete review -

aunt, Mrs. Annie Richard. Charles Ill. :Mrs! seed of all .u1j: ctl. High school credit given for courses
Elmo, of St. Ray- Slt."in William. Paint OERS-No t Florida pinder
completed. For information write or wire M. S. McGrrgor,
Mrs. H. Galney anil, granddaueh- mond Bell and Miss Mary Burke the of Kyaniif Varnuhim"Everything I! at fl cents per pound at my place. Principal, Madison, Fla. 2-2'-4t
have apartments at
tars, Misses Lottie, Ruby Pearl, To- Chicago home of, Mrs. Elisabeth Jones. .......... j It W. Dees Lake Butler, Fla. .
Jeida and Lois Gainey, of Brooker, 2-H--U.*

Mrs. Irene Wills' houseon I for
are occupying !Mrs. Gus Schultz and daughter;:

Temple avnue. The Misses Gainey Ruby, and son, Dan, motored here Building and Repairing" prink' minstrel at the Gaiety Thea- GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY ,

are attending; the Bradford high j from St. Petersburg Wednesday and '.. ...... tr', March 3rd.

school. 1I were the guest of !Mr. and Mrs. J. I INMAN &. RITCH
-- I Tlipnntf minstrel will give a
11CI1" I W. Morgan. Consumers LumberCompany perf .rnanre at the Oaiety Theatreon I REPRESENT THE BERT LEADING

COFFINS & CASKETS I March :3rd. Don't fail to hear the INSURANCE: COMPANIES, FIRE,
j !Mrs. R. .f. Davis and Miss Lily KIT ,
and other at- ACCIDENT.: LIFE, AUTO.MOHILE. .
k-faced comedians
And a rail Line of | J I drick of the Bethel section, York BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS .
Uiiafti'ixr' 9Japlie.AUTOMOBILE _i 'county, S. C., arrived In Starke last STARKE. FLORIDA. tra' tioni.TMI'A" .
Thursday for a visit of several weeks : MADE: PROMPTLY
HEARSE SAlwara with their brother, T. N. Kendrick.
Tampa Fla., will start 5 months'courses
best srnr -
hsnit. The
at the on lowest prices. Spe- || '! Mrs. B. B. flop lion left Saturday ,t < in vamous Gregg Shorthand "GOllD BETTER f iERTILIZER BE MADE! WE WOULD M.IKE\ II"Hrfor

eUJ allration to Ulegraph org for a visit with her son, B. W. llodrvs and Touch Typewriting, Bookkeeping fcorlnc vt nor nw Junomry prtr.M.t n fl our 'SIMON" PURB" end <.>'"*

r*. Rer\at.ered\ Erabalsaer. fJ of Jacksonville.) She will pi from 666 : and Accounting, Telegraphy &!tAN'I"" wklek h. l r...i. III. HUnd.f D U..lllr 'or the .ut !..** Nan """
and Railroad Agency March :1 Plurid. ........ P.r... .I..po rlfhl. q..II'p .....ld.rH. ml th' rk<._l..k.! Ik bn.tI <.
there to Palatka for a few days' visj ...... U.I.tit Aim
f tI Lr AIM prle lIot. .( In..eadd.o. ""...P.I. end
JONES I 1 Is a for Colds, Fever an I and 10. Finest training by expert
DeWITT C. j I it with Judge: A. V. Long and family Prevfnption r Via will Mon k. rvad/ writ tut *n..
LaGrippe. It's the most teacher Positions ueure.). Will .. /
then return to her home, Evansville | speedy remedy 1 Fb
STAFKE, FLA tIP" 2-29-31* E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville,
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Farmers I Beware of Imitations ,

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I Thetc pill are dissolved in clean!
1 EXTRACTS AGENTS' REPORTS water at the rate of 1 pill to 1 pint I

of water, thus a gallon of water II BAYER

Santa Rosa '(J. G. Hudson) : Two would require 8 pills to give it the I ,
Y carloads of fertilizer and 3000 pucan l-to-1000 strength.In .

j trees, all ordered cooperatively, were making/ this! material use a

delivered to farmers this week. A del. wooden container, never a metal one. I t I I

gat*nof our farmers went to F.s- I Place the seed to be treated in a '

cambia County Friday. to get Information cheesecloth bag; tie it so thB'seed are After receiving the President's "Godspeed" and final instructions, at Washington, the U. S. Army
hotbeds for sweet very loose. Submerge the bag in the aviators! went to their posts for the "Round the World" flight which soon starts Left to right they are:
on making Lt. L. D. Schultz Lt. E. H. .Nelson. Maj. F L. Martin in Lt. L. P.
poison and stir with a stick occasion command Arnold, Leigh Wade, Lowell "
1'iileKH ,,
'. potatoes. H. Smith and John Harding, Jr. k you see the "Bnyir fro m
St. Johns (J. O. Traxler) : Enthusi ally. After 10 minutes, remove the I package or on tablet von arc not I&"i
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ting the genuine Bayer Aspirin "\i I
\ bag containing the seed. Rinse the -- -- -- pr
asm throu the county success : safe millions
,. J of exhibit at Tampa fair points to the I seed in several changes of clear waterto a year ago it yas worth $33,233,000! Judge Wilmeth Goes Home. SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE I by; over twenty-three mid prescribed years for InI'hyshians
Delbert O. Wllinetli Judge of the
remove the poison and spread in 11)20\ : 1911 : '
\ organization of a permanent county in $52,018,000, in U,828, Culls Headache
court had been holding an overtime -
fair association here. the shutlo to dry. 000, and in I'.HO $19,768,000. Anyone I j city court Ills wife had Invited (In effect Nov. 11, 1923)) Toothache Lumbago

Okaloosa (It. J. Hart) : Formers If a thicken or any other animal, who has been in the stock businesscan I friends for dinner find the Judge wa SouthboundNo I Neuritis llheumatismNeuralgia. :
eats any of these disinfected seed, 1 reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m. Pain, Pain
l I' are preparing their land for spring appreciate last year's (shrinkageof In a hurry to get home. He called on
and summer crops, giving much attention the chances are it will die. The poison $1,639,000, especially since it is I Captain Pope who was In charge at No. 3, 10:69: a. m. I Accept. "Bayer Tablet of Aspirin"
No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00 p. m. only. Each} unbroken package contain.
should be handled carefully. The for transportation.The .
soil the police station
to improvement. decrease in "value
I mostly a
II per
No. 15 Limited 1:16 directions. boxes
m. of
I p. proven Handy
\ i liquid can not be distinguished from driver of the car said he was
Walton (J. W. Mathison): We began head. And this meant a loss to the NorthboundNo. twelve tablet. cost few cents. Dm.:
o, I our cooperative orders, for fertilizers water readily; it is odorless, colorless stockmen. Therefore, this part of his nt very familiar with the neighborhood 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m. "pints also eel bottles of 2-1 and., IOn)

this week; expect to order 10 and tasteless. report is not so Interesting.Next where the Judge lives as the No. 4, 4:26: p. m. Aspirin Is the trade mark of BavtrMintifactura
there seldom call on
living of MonoaceticacIdcsU'r ofSalicylicacid.
carloads next week. We received a persona No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m.
that the
I note recent value is the police to ndjuwt their' family differences '; .
KEI i HOT OK SUGAR CANE No. 16 Limited 5:57
: m.
order of sand and sat- p.
\ large pears about what it was in 1914. Four years unit It U possible that he was I
Wannee Branch-
f sums trees. ago the peak of war prices was reached responsible for what happened. The No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. I PERFECT HEALTH
Ok eehobee (II. P. PUrson): About said automobile parkedIn
now back to driver an
; we are In perfect
pre-war Tutt' Plll keep sv.tem
No. 101 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m.
". :SCO acres have been planted to early Expert Tell. How It May Be K cogniivd values, as far as farming goes. front of the Wllmeth home so he T. J. GRIFFIN, I order. Renulat. the bow.U mod produce

f truck-consisting; of beans, potatoes, and ControlledThe However, we have improved our stock stopped In front of the house next Agent I A VIGOROUS BODY

I tomatoes, corn and watermelons-and so that the "value head" is $19.17 door. In his defense the Judge says I A ........ign nn..dy for al,,k be.dacb.Tutt's .
i i price of sugar increases and per the two houses are :.illke. At any rate, I coottipelkm,
additional will be
large acreage instead of $10.78, as in 1910, which It Is said the Judge carefully removedhis support any extended reductions oth-
i decreases, is in great demand
planted. No damage from the late Pills
... and then it be means real progress, altho there wasa overshoes on hl! neighbor's doormat er than those carried in the bill with I
can hardly given
cold Potatoes and beans, being away
wave. are
decrease "per head" last walked In them
year. and on unceremo out providing for additional revenue
4 but sugar cane remains an important
ll' Disinfection, of
shipped now. in Florida if Compare this increase with that niously.Indianapolis News. from other sources in order to mini. tionul training and proposes paid-up
seed] is! becoming more popular. Grove crop government census for the entire country. In 1910 the mize the grounds for a presidentialveto. insurance policies that would be
are'to be consideration. .
'r owners are more particular than reports given any of British Artlcts.
I "value per head" for the United Century payable to veterans at the end of for
ever about selecting fertilizers and The Royal Society of British Artists
their beneficiaries
States was $25. In 1924 this had decreased ty-five years or
However there is serious disease Republicans claim, on the basis of
4 knre of a 'Is making preparations an exhibition
groves.Hamilton { and heirs in the event of death. This
I J. J. Sechrest) making it hard for the Florida farmer. to only $19.35. If that is nota In celebration of Its one hun treasury estimates for 1916, that acceptance
( : Many
bill excludes all but enlisted men front
I farmers are preparing land for transplanting It is red rot. In speaking of this good showing for Florida, in comparison dredth anniversary. The society will of the Democratic proposal, |,
I'm a poor judge and you exhibit works by npembera and exhlbItors the income from benefits.
.i tobacco, plants of which disease O. F. Burger, plant pathologist this source would seea
':}I have made rapid growth during the of the Florida Experiment Station can read the figures to suit your- I| ranging over the hundred years deficit in a short time. When the I Rep. Benson, Pennsylvania, member -
nelf. of Its existence. The tracing of works of the and committee
means -
matter comes for final vote' both ways
: week. says: up
,r: pant I by some. of the past exhibitors -
of Importance I advocated which Is
Some folks think Florida is the a
"Red might insurgents and democratic spokesmen
\ Putman (D. A. Armstrong): Using rot, a fungus disease of sugar presents many difficulties and -
cane, was reported in 1921 as backsliding In the livestock business, insist they will have gained advocating pensions for all service
material from the county's exhibit at the society would be glad to hear of
Tampa fair, have made a permanent seriously damaging the crop in every but just compare with me the relative j owners (preferably In or near London strngth.Rep I men incapaciated from whatever

display in the offices of the chamber state. This disease, identified by red increased "value per head" be- I on account of the dlfllculty/ of trans Longsworth, Ohio, the Republi-) cause, with reference to a bonus

of commerce. discoloration in the split stalk,' is tween the state and country as a port) who would he willing to lend lican leader and Chairman Green announced i clause.

best controlled by planting only whole. In 1910 the average Florida i examples by the following artists : F. Sunday that the compensation I

'IOHACCO) EXTRACT STRAYS healthy cares, by dipping the seed- animal was! worth only 40 percent as IT. Potter, Henry Dawson W. J. bill would be taken up next by {I A TOTMIGGrove's

{I CONTROL SUCKING INSECTS stalks just before planting in bordeaux much as the aerage animal of the I Muller, J. Glover Ueorge: Hunter IateOre..nI1WII the ways and means committee. Mr. I Tasteless chill Tonic restores-

''I I -r- mixture, or by planting the entire country. By 1914 it had increased Kfnm)', D.the Roberts(Urass Market"'KdlnburghCastle (exhibited Green said it was likely more time Energy and Vitality by Purifying and

Strong tobacco extracts are recommended cane in fall rather than in spring. to BO percent, in 1920 to 68 1832), It. n." Davis'."Coronation than was first anticipated would be Enriching the Blood. When you feel its

to keep in check the "Cane being sold for seed has been percent. And now tin 1921 it is more Procession of 11. M King William IV" required to report out a bill with several I strengthening invigorating effect see howit

melon aphis-a sucking insect. This sent to the Experiment Station and than 75 percent. (exhibited 1S32). -London Observer new proposals reported for the I brings color to the cheeks and howit

,Ii J insect, often called the "Hessian upon examination, found badly dis I McKenzie bill which was the same improves the appetite, you v/Ulthen

I' I'ly"is a serious and destructive eased. Therefore, one may see how PREVENTS INFECTION I DEMOCRATS HOLD LEAD AS practically as that passed by congress appreciate its true tonic value.

I pest of watermelons, cucumbers and, easily tho disease can spread. Tho greatest discovery in flesh heating I, and vetoed by President Hard- Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is "Imply-
/la the marvelous Uorozono END OF TAX FIGHT NEARS, I' Iron and Quinine suspended in So
I.'IIntuloupes.Vhere spraying is done "When a diseased cane is split a preparation I ing.One I syrup.
that comes in and powder form. pleasant even children like it. The blood
the of the measures to be considered
with tobacco extract the injury is un- lengthwise soft tissues on the Inside -
It is a combination treatment that not O. O. P. Claiming Garners Plan I needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
offered last week
I wally so light that the saving more show a red discoloration. In the only, purifies the wound of germs that by Rep. Enrich it. Destroys Malarial ant

,, :, than pays for many epiayings. red areas there also occur large white cause infection but it heals the flesh with | Will Result in Diminished il Andrew, Republican, Massachusetts, Grip germs Ly Its Strengthening.germ'nvls....

'1 e A nicotine sulphate solution for spots which shade off into the red. extraordinary upccd. Bad wounds or Revenues which eliminates the option of voca- I :Sung Effect. tiDe.I .
cuts which take weeks heal
to with the
I 1
'I, this purpose should be prepared as As the disease advances the central ordinary liniments mend quickly under ._ --
follows: Dissolve 2 or 3 pounds of portion of the cane becomes destroy the powerful influence of this wonderful I Washington, Feb. 21-The revenue I

whale-oil or other caustic soap in 5 ed, forming a long straight cavity in remedy. Price (liquid) 30r,600 and$1.20. bill enters its final stage of house I h.*'"-

gallons of water. If the water fa which is a whitish mold made up of Powder SOo AH and Drug 60c. Sold Stores by I consideration Monday with the Dem- = "1- -

hard, use more soup. (The purpose of fungous; threads. The nodes and buds ocrats victorious as far as the income

the soap is to make the spray spread become first brown and then black. and excess profits! rates are
But We Still
better. Add half pint of the nicotine The hard outside of the stalk remains concerned. Pay The Piper
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mixed dilute with water to 50 gallons.In "In order to control this rapidly LAtter of Old Sweetheart Had R ooUlection I Iowa, stated monday that he would In our brilliant dash toward national bankruptcy-for

applying the spray use a nozzleof spreading disease: a That Created Embar. offr an amendment in the form of seemingly though we will not reach the goal there are many

the Vermorel typo with an elbow, "1. I'lant only healthy canes. raising Situation. an inheritance tax. A gift tax will persona who would head us that way-the counties of the

and be sure to spray the under side of "2. As an extra preventive,dip the also be proposed, it is understood. country lead in the race. They are ahead of the state that

the leaves, because it 11 there that cane selected for seed into bordeaux It was while attending college thai Republican insurgents are behind created them, though some of the villages are )" thema

1 the aphids: are located. For this reason mixture just before planting. I met a young man who was a verb I j both proposals and the Democrats report close race in the wild expenditure handicap.

l I adding, tobacco extracts to "3. Whenever possible plant the I table Hercules. Then too he was I ; on the bill reported out by the Census figures show that in 1922 state government

bordeaux mixture when spraying for canes in the fall instead of bedding I westerner and affected a broad son, I II I ways and means committee also fav- ,owed $1,162,648,000. In 1912 their public debt was only
brero In which lie was especially no
I anthracnose will not ordinarily give them :for spring planting. I, ored such a movement. Activities $422,796,000.In .
tlceable. Indeed, many fair :young coeds
I satisfactory results in controlling "4. Burn all trash in old beds and I wore their handsomest smile I are in progress in other departments 1912 the debts of the 3,000 counties footed to $371-
;, I aphids, according to J. It. Springer of all diseased cane." when he passed, which I had occasionto I of the bill. 528,000. In 1922 the debt had grown to $1,366,636,000 ; a

:; I the Florida College of Agriculture. r notice on my frequent walks with I II I The Democrats had opened a pro- total increase of 268 per cent. The business man who would

: ,\ Fine tobacco dust placed about the URAL COMMON) SENSE him. Naturally I felt singularly posal for a flat twenty-five per cent aid in causing such an increase in his overhead expenditureswould

young plants when wet with dew will blessed In receiving his undivided attention ,! cut with an offej to make their Income be regarded as a lunatic yet peculiarly these same

kill many aphids. If the aphids havea Florida Live Stock Improves and was soon hopelessly In rate schedule approved last business men are always ready to vote for public expend
love. I had reason to feel my affections tures without a thought of the
good start, however, dusting is week made retroactive for the year consequences.
much less effective than spraying. By Spuds JohnsonA were returned. 1923. Representative Garner, Texas, Whenever some public expenditure is suggested the vil-
One week-end I went to visit a former
lage home-dweller
classmate who was teaching la leader of the Democratic tax forces, puts on his thinking cap and hesitates,
DISINFECT: CUCUMBER livestock report by Mr. Fleming, I a nearby town. While there I received :I reiterated Sunday that he would not weighing the possible effect upon his pocketbook ; but as'
who gathers and compiles Florida's soon as he learns the burden
AND WATERMELON SEED a letter from my admirer. It can be shifted from the village
farm values, has just come to me, and! was a thriller and I wanted to shareIt to the county then he becomes a rooter for improvement.

The most successful growers of it has some statements which make with my friend so I read part of STOP COUGHINGCoughs He pays the piper, of course, but the tax burden is further

cucumbers and watermelons disinfect one stop and think. He gives some 1C Suddenly I noticed she was laughIng. en use feverish conditions, removed. If the cost could be met by the state, then he
comparative figures for this I asked what she throat and lung strain and lead 'to would not complain if the
their seed before planting. This thought so pneumonia and serious ulckncsa. The expenditure were ten times what
.. practice is recommended also by and the United .States figures that amusing."I I saner you. quit coughing the quicker has been suggested. .

specialists of the Florida Experiment. interest me. I thought you were reading one of you iiiuht's will rent feel better Iieonardi's and. nave I'nuith a Syrup better This peculiarity in human nature is reflected most ,

Station. Right in the beginning he says our my old sweetheart's letters, for 11 enien and soothes inlluiniil clearly in the great cities where the flat dwellers do not
Florida farm and sounds Just like 'Pan. raw throats, raise the phlegm personally taxes for
It it not claimed that the practice range stock was pay anything. The landlord pays them.
11 will prevent and cure all the troublesand worth $31,591,000 on January 1, that "Dan who" I asked. the without limits racking, and removes or .straining the cause protect of He adds the amount of his taxes to his rentals and he

i diseases of the plants. It is "Why" Dan West. There aren't twe the trouble. lie warned by the first usually adds ten per cent. or more for good luck and safety.

II known, however, that by treating the Colds Cause Urip and Influenza of him rough let a Creosoted bottle of f/eonardi's The flat dweller pays and he pays through the nose but
Cough Syrup ( ) from
. Men are deceivers ever.-O trol!( your he
seed, as! in given in detail below, practically LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE TtbleU tenon tb ,, FTM Press. druggist Fine for coughs" colds doesn't realize it. In like way the small town home dwel-
all bacterial organisms! and ..u.... There In only one "3 -'.w. Qulnlre.' grippe, croup whooping cough and ler pays and pays through the nose whenever he fails to
F. W. GTOVE'S flcm.'' ..".on boa. :3Uu bronchitis. Pleasant, safe and sure. take an interest in local affairs
fungous spores clinging! to the seed and permits county expendi-
tures to wild.
will be killed. Thus, if the seed were ----- -- run *

covered with the organisms which __ .___-- I __ Time will come when the public conscience will revolt

cause cucumber rot or melon anthrac against the selfish scramble for local improvement at any

nose, they will be killed rather than Albert B. Fall's Ranch at Three River, New :Mexico price so long as the money can be taken from the general

planted with the seed.A ... :;, purse. The outrageous omnibus bills that disgrace our
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solution of "t\ '::: ,, ". .. .' I ": + ,+ ?-i"<;i' "oN .v. give us an example. When we learn
corrosive sublimate ", '> ,' ,,., ,>I.', to
, ; kick
i of the strength of 1 to 1000 is used.! + 't. ./.!; ,', ;/. out our Congressman because he has thrust his fist
The seed soaked from ,0'. "' into the grab-bag to "get his" for his district Instead of
are : 10 to 15 "
.. minutes ) patting him on the back and approving the cheap graft, we
rinsed and dried. The poison
will be better off morally and financially.
y can be purchased at almost any drug '' ,

.., titore. It comes in the form of pills. # Certainly somebody In
: -'f Washington is riding for a Fall.

It you try to create war you are sent to Jail. If you try to bring
about peace they threaten you with stripes. What U a poor girl to
CATARRHCatarrh do these day t

,Is a I tral dlaeaie. greatly In .
fluenced by Cnnatltullonnl condition America has left about
HALJ/8 CVTAKKII MEDICINE 93,600,000,000 Inverted in a merchant
.lit* of an Ointment which' Rlvea Quick con- marine-most of It in ships rotting in the harbors. Presumably by
Keller by local application and the next year the official Song of the Senate wUl U Rul Brtttaala.
Internal Medicine, a Tonic which act
through the Blood on the Mucous Sur. Franklin invested
$500 in England. It turned Into after
face and aaalata' In ridding) your System CA TC 120,000
of Catarrh 150 years. To-day they invest nothing ,oOO eomea out of the'
Sold by drugKNtM for over 40 Tears.F. air. But Fr, .-.VliA .rt with common,.,.andJ2 we deal with 1r"'._.
.. .. ,a) next the former Sccretar of tint tulvrioi utswl) aliov .r
J. Cheney Co.. Toledo U. moll F L Oolwiiy r "* ; ''ta ".
/ the cutcr of interest In the Teapot Uoui and other Naval 011 Reserve. lead lessee investUatlon 1


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Every TiinPOAT All Drug Stores
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01-b are 3 my mum \ HOW TO HAvNDLE. I V HILE I HURT M'(6ELP. I J( i happit.t mnrriauos ore made J3y: op.1 big
f I tlu- books its',' situ, :i uui" "i
A H/VfAMER./ K.MOWWHAT I I'A\' DOINGMISTER'S voo/ r iii&Ita." S : inteii",tiii.' and cost ntli0 ,: "

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how poor 1 an:."
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Office llaa One
Every thinarie( ia ? h"F} I wife) "lloro hi'ri" t t'1I1 I n I mil,
"I'd lilvo to know one has
or I'll IIIUK ti> ari't-Ht. you"
gan tht alike bore.toit't .
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"Well, you ? interrupted tho I
I know belter tt will u> i
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of Spring
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: you your
A this 8f*;CRSSFUr.\ FLIGHT TO
: Iv t :: k' father would bo willing to help mo In : INTERIOR OF ALASKA I

,,t : i/, the Tho future Beloved? "Well I heard him got \ :

4j : even 1' ] $ft ; say that ho felt like kicking you Into .

; : the mukllu J:_of-0-next wuok." '. completed Static uir mail a Riioeessful pilot Curl initiu Kilnson I tootlUght bin

for the mail K\lrtli.' ... I Into I tho

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SALE NOTICE OF ELECTION IS inch pipe culverts. 840 lln ft. '
Notice U hereby glvon that under and by I I /My tin'. power vt*.Ud In them by the laws 21 1 Inch 'ipi cuherts 476 tin. ft \l virtue of that certain final decree of for1elouure I I of I litrnln., the board of public Inatl'U. lon of All uoi'k to bo don In accordance with, now" office. I
mniti and rendered, on November 22, Urndfortl county, ilorMn. hereby calls .1cc.t tho 1,1"",, nnd Instruction. general provie* team n-lnys tho trip usually requlrei
A. L). U23 by Honorable W. S. Kulloek. I tit, >n* (. l bi* heist in each Long Bridge\ and lunrt pfcliil provisions. mHclflctitlons and proposal -0- i.bout i-iifhtei'ii days. Tho air trip,
judge of thi Fifth ludiclal Circuit of Unrl.ln. New River sub choul diatrieta Tueadrty ftntt onntrnct of Bradford county.
Hunorablc 1V.. Long jmlire of the Eighth Mitrch I lv. VJ24, to determine whether or not Knch bid must. be accompanied by a err Order In the Court however, was nut mode without mishap. -
Judicial Circuit being dii"iunllled.! In that tiny smell consolidate, elect threw runlet1 tilliM check or a> biddurs bond mAle payable
certain cause wherein the Federal Loan Bank and dctt rmtne the mil lima to bo futusitedtrainta U. K:. S. MHtthews, chairman, board of bond Jurlno (sternly) : Tho next person It I'lInso1wn.': .. lout for severiti.huirs
of Columbia a con>oratlon. It complainant, Hit* con oliint*.t diatriet. trustee, for live per cent of the amount bid who, interrupts the proceedings will man In the wildornoHti of the Kantishun -
and J. !M. Starling nnd Nnttle Starling 10'-' For purpose of hwUi.nw ..101 l election In in* evidence of go..d! faith aol as '
wife and tho Lawtoy National farm' Loan I..."..' Undue. B. F. Itunfro. J. E. Adkltu. that :If awarded tho contract the abr.Ia''fli:\ : T be sent homo." genial valley, in the- v4i'inlty' of Ml.AIi'Kinle.s. .
,Association are difi>mlnnts.! tho underpinned, O II. Moody and L. II John. are appointed execute the contract and gIve bond as required
will olfer for alo nnd will gnu to tho hlnhrot Inxptcton. Prisoner'Attu: boy, Sedge. liner I Ito had to make an em-
and boat bidder for cn.h. In front of tho I For the purpose of holdfnn aiil election I The rIght Is reserved to reject any or all 1 I Hurrah/ !I" "II"Y" liinilinur to get: his benringx.
courthouHtf door in Stnrkp. llradford county in N.-", Klver U. W. Andrew. D. W. Kelly. bids. _. ._ __ __ __
Florida. !Monday, tho W :4..ether. *. Plan and specifications be 'I ".\ H
on 3rd day of March and F A. Andrews are .0- may seen at the -0-- i l I
A. D. 1924. during tho legal hours of sale "lnt"t In.peolon. office of the county enuineer I and copies of he Quinine .1 Dm. (hi., I/-Mct.1 I I" tin. Iii. I
for the purpose of sntinfyin* said final decree L. W. .KICKL1TER tho speciflciitionii. may b. obtained from thesecretary Pil;; I'unly'H I'hilo-i I I ri I I ,.| astor. uf II.* sole mil lav .,.* i .lit. t i i,\-
the following liscritx-tl real estat ly- II. R WIGGINS Chairman. of this board at $2.BO per copy Toor Old un : 'liily nnildKinimc vcr i 'in | ) llI'KOMO W! INIM-: (list .I i ,U nikM, "
intr and being in Bradford county Horlila. Srcretnry Copies of the plans may bo obtained from ,IS ." """" i......lnil in n .n, !" ..I r''' ,"
lo-wlti 2I I ;;.5t.3.1.t. the Bt-crelnry. of the board at 1 2.60 for each .1 quiirU-r to Cst whoro ma ''of I "d I l I'V 'l'Ii.l'l' .. .. S ,.
The Southwest Quarter of the Southeast road or $7.6" for the complete set
Quarter of tho Northeast Quarter: and tho February 14. 11)24) i
Southeast QUArter of the Southwrat Quarter BILL! TO LIKT TITIK E S. MAITHKW3. -- .
of the Northeast Quarter, and th* North I .In Circuit Court, Bradford County. Flor- ('. A. FIJTCH. Chairman.Secrutary '
Half of N<>rthw.t Quarter of Norlheast M In Chancery i 2l55t314Hasifls'
Quarter of tho Southtant Quarter; and the I G. \'. Kennedy ----- -------- --- i'
North Halt of the Northeast Quarter of the ( omnlainant. ou 'I
Northwest QuarUr of the Southeast Qunrter, n I 11 Heed qtJ ilJml
all In Section 'I'lilrly-slx South Half of Southwest Quarter of Southeast DofendanU. Seeds.ic.1o1 .
QUArter of Section Twenty-four ((24). I'o Columbia N. Payne who e residence In .. ,
All of the aboo diwcrlbed, lands being In unK) now n. defendant. .... 1r" "
Township Five IB) South Range Twenty-two (;"'I..ln"o : You are hereby required to be I This Is the story of William Kenton In the conhrrtny's\ shanty/ while other > '
f.l21! > Eiwt. of Tallahassee and niTvar before tho judue of tho circuit
Meridian contain :; Storey' who started life at 15 In -awa 1
ing In the aggregate GO acrca cuurt for the eiichth, ) JudlcitU circuit of Kloriila. Catalog roiiKh workmen hurried to dunro
In and for I 1872: with a dollar bill suit of
A, Z. ADKINS. Hrndft rd county on Monday. a hnlli ansi inloons. 'ro got rid of
Special Master In Chancery the ,th day of April. A. D. 102-1. at the court I, w I bum clothes! and a borrowed pick him n foreman sent him Into H ___ .. ...
A. S.Solicitor CREW9.for Complainant. 2-l-5t-2-89 nnH\vc hoitM* tn.a iiald bill of county.complaint In Stark,exhibited Florida attuliwt' : to I I :}ree / and shovel i, and who rose to the swamp to somnl, IU doplh fltfiirlnK n lie .ay.i "1 got on by putting ono
foot .
-_ you in said court by 13 A. Kennedy. I pr lil ncy of the Atchison, Topeka ha would. bo killed that way In- ahead of thn other slowly, unit

ORDER FOR PUBLICATION The Bradford County Tylotrrnph.' a weekly I This IH the Santa Fo Kullrond after forty stoat< Ijo cnnio back with a truthful by koeplnic evorlanllnaly nt It." lie
Ki''iti" unit innHt I I
newspaper published In Stnrko. Bradford,' l navur nxkod for rnUn
e struggle
rtnrg > n In hlM llfti!
poverty of facts
In Circuit Court. State S'lvo
of Florida. Ehrbtb'Judicial county. Florida, la hereby designated the Seed Jioolv I'V.T ulIKlu'I for the yearn Inter
a | but
Circuit, Bradlord County. In iii'UHpttpvr in which thin notice shall be hardship aiid 111 lienltb. llln tin hnil thu equivalent ot furred ralie,* In salnrv bv' nhowliiK .
pub South.
eery. llahid; for eight conaeettttv i lOt) P"'H. full of ai'tual photographic I __rot wee Iu doing every job given school tralnlnif! / and thr,' a blih (be mnn nb! nv.' him I that ho cool
W. J. Walk r. Ch.n.1 The |Rnd diftcrllKHJ In tho bill, of complaint pliiurcH.) hnmlHunid cover I him a little better than ho wait xjwoted IdIot lie Rntiliintnil, yoarn often d|lii i uny Job and lit! > I It :vel I. "ID nave<|
Complainant.. in thin from
cause tho title to niliilntf:
which i. sought to pages In full .
culum uccurulo dcHcrlptloos 'ry dullnr! Im could
vs tio quit-lid, against the Above rimed defendant I to do It. and I i-iiKliici'rliiir rolli-ifff Iny his'' liiiinHon :
Martha Walker I U valuabln oiilturu Uin-cUona and but wns, nover I and Im
itfiitUulrirly described as follows to-wit: I From an obscure homo of In Mh'( xlliiKy, hnJ
Defendant. i ,! Th.Prt't Half of the Southeast' Quarter of the most usoful Seed Hook there la. I poverty by step ho rllmbod thu ml- tho strnntri iiMlllv' of making
It aiiumrlnu( by affidavit appended to the { Section. Jl. townnlilr': H .South of Rsntfe 22 Cullforiiln ho tnultted into: Han certain Imlifcr, to sin-rex by nover every
bill illed j m the above stated cause that Martha \, KiiHt nil in Hnidfunl county. Florida. It Is absolutely free, uuil wu want i ITrniiclu'o and went to work an It heliix iihHenifrom UlAn working with him Like him.
Wixlhnr. the defendant therein named la J i W >tm'M. my hand and seal of said court foil to havo U In your homo. heat.Logs' stnkn driver at $2<) a month. Ho work fiover 'late, Till money (Hint ha saved he In
.a non-n-aiilrnt of the state of Florida, and 1, this tlu :;tl, dtiy of February A. I). 1921. alwnyi leaving titter other quit, Trotted In tlio bo worked
t company
>ho ia u resident of EdliewaUr, State of Ala- O. W. A LlKILM t N. 'I fiords "The Standard of the worked twolYhou..s n dny-two nnd l bY' doing eurh tank given him for and
hems ami is over the age of twenty-one Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford County. Flor South," arc' an always: the l hint seeds I Clone linn expected At IIIjltt) hostudied just a llttln better than bo was when tilt time came to
,,' ida I Gordnn field and flower by fllcUcrluif kerosene lalLp IUppOllc.l rtioosa prcdldont ho wad the ;
Y01[ ,la therefore ordered that said non.I.1! Fly C. A. KNIGHT. grown to do It, aiitursl logical mail.
.lint ,1.I'nolllnt be and Ia hereby ... (Seal) Deputy Clerk. aeeds, plants and bulbs that do well I
appinr to the bill of complaint filed In said E M .TOWNSSoluitur In South are all fully described with
Congo on or before Monday tho 3rd day of I p for Compln.rmnt. -R-Ot-4-1 t
:March .\. I). I'.i-'l. otherwise the allegation 1921 attractive: prIces, tho lowest wo ,
of said bill will be taken as confessed by NOTICE TO BIDDERS ', can pORsibly; sell good BuvdH plant .

.ill.I It drfundant.l la forth'r onUrcd that this order b..1't I I S<>al,'d ..1,1. will be received by the board and bulbs. All our 1031 cuatomura --

publish.< one<> n week for four consecutive of bond I millet of Bradford county. Florida. Will get 5 need packets of beautiful
ui.-l.i> in the Urnclfor.l County Telc' frnph. at th> nfiic of tho secretary of the board!
> a
nt Stnrl.Mnrlda.. until :2 o'rlock I I flowers absolutely (roe. The blK now
ni'Uspnitipuhloihtd In stud county and state p. tn
Th a January 28. 11)24. 'i, March I M. 1UJI and at that time publicly I 1934: Scod! Book tells all about It.
(I. W. ALDERMAN. ol..nn,1 trAii'r.nntoly Write for It today.
.Seal)) Cleric Circuit Court. I ) 8200 fence posts to be de- I !

By C. A. Deputy KNIGHT Clerk.. I' "\'Hurnpt,'r,1, ting,.in' rtiureiua.tliu roads Brooklyn.. follow nat: approximaicly | H. 0. HASTINGS CO., peyouci"Tordered :?

1100 _u.N"u'Io. I SEEDSMEN'I'
A. 3 CHEWS. I| .. i ATLANTA,
Thortssa road, ,
Solicitor for Com ,laln.nt. 2.1-BI-2-J8.. !' I""r... approximately l.UUO .| '

,1 ; Stark'. flrettn Cove Sprfbira rand approximsitcly -

1 Subscribe for Rosd Ito l Iy Stcvenson'a poita. grove approximately Piles Cu(..u in o to IT* U' ye

I 1 I 1200 poet*. ( flJ54iv'4' r-ftmd money If PAZO OINT'Tsr f u. '
i llutid i I. N.w nUer and Wiley Kelly's ap- 'o ,iu liLlnnil.: ; Blln The t>ri.,! 1000 _ta. tttstanriV trhpvra, llthtotf Pilr4. und i. t if
TelegraphI I t posts llmok'r. Scuuthole road, approximately 1200 :",tiiii e''.. .) irttr- tli ir.t iubfictiiin: : (u\\">iI ,

I Brmikrr Wnrthinirtan Sprlnn' road.'y .

.t :;.xt m.m D.ta.Z.. I"'outs t.> IM 1000 of posh heart. pine' or heart black I
.yt....... nt, !h. than six inches In dlsmvter I V
r S ul .Dm t.i.' i ttiul ifvwn feet lonv. I ; your
TI.)< ul", ,. ''i'tan title* are approximate, only l Convention DullJing
WeakNervous und th.> .t I. .nd, tmervvt the right to increaser I
U dt-cnn three ntitlt.
qu as may be r.- .
I 1.ind uii'l' r<> ntuke payment at the price bid ,
for such :iu>>< us are) actually' I taken up, on I ",,f pr:
a inch) road .'/'. r .
Ike I tenKt, t nservea the right to order out
"I was weak and nervous S ih>"<' i>nrttin, such: iu an titles placed In :/ (J r1T'H
I.oa :: r
and run-down,," writer Mrs.\ .niich, ni.tii.t.rjiti.I nas n... reKponsibility they may for required px sts which an
Edith Sellers! of 4CS N. 21st M htsnot, I I." i, taken UP nor will more than ,i .. I II
II St., East St. Loui.s, 111. "Icouldn't 11II oruthoiiHiir. "I pii"u .bo taken up ahead of the !I I I I II

a sleep nights/ I wag so I fneusnv Th,. ut any time. J' :
riulil id ruaerved to reject any or all >
restless. I felt tired and not .. l.d/i, and. l t" muke, sueh additional or supple i' !
; in condition to do work. a mentJiry c..,nirncfur the furnishing of posts Ion I '
my ) : :
I men in any n.ail II. may be deemed n.._..... 1 1ff ;; 0 H 0
would have
pains II I-ihrunry I II 1121.I .: '
my stomach that I was' afraid | E. 8. MATTHEWS. / :J ;: :!: I II :

I I would !get down in bed. .. (* ,X 1'1:1"I Chairman ; '< : > II I
hfcrvUrv 5-6t-3-14 :
My mother came to see me = I I i ii
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I I NOTICE TO-:CONTRACTORS: !4 :: t/ u i Last buyers

"S-alt- bul, !. tv'l, I bit receaved by the board of ) < '1' year 350000
CARO'II bund ( Bradford
tniMti'iii county. Florida. st
th*. <-ifice "f the secretary of the boe.r'1. at .:' .......... : I waited for
Starkrlnrida.' until 2 oclock p. m. of March t;"' delivery.
I 1H U-'4. and at that time publicly opened ;"t" ..., .
fur **f Improving the :
I ce/istructmtc following >I. f'> ,. i> .
5 roads or sections of rvads In Bradford county I ',' .. I I

The Woman's Tonic Road: N (lay county line Approximate length ......

S I felt better after my first m sin.Road. No. 10. Starke to Road No 2 at The- I"
II bottle. I had a better appe aM rna Approximate length 7.6 mites. I t' I this spring by placing your
S tit*. It seemed to strengthen Road, No. U. koad No 2 to Clay' onnty

.1 and build me up. I am so ai lm Road*> Approximate No. 11. Starke tvflvth to 4.Clay.9 mile county line I order for Ford Car
recommend Cardui I I a
a gad! to \pproximate l*>n rth 3 S mites.Rosd now.
for what it did for me. Ihaven't i No. 5 howl Vr>. 4 to Road No. t tAI I
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N, nede l medicine .. i.r >lmate l IHn"thI miles. I
a any Kond.. No *. K/md Nu :1 to Road No. ,
... since I took Cardui and I am 4 ,Vuffcximate' nvth ... miles.
N feeling\ ftne." Road No 7 Rrr",ker 'in Road No. '. Api I
restle-uness >r..ximat, ** length It mllea.Knnd See the Nearest
= Ksrvousness, s No I. Bn-okir to New at..... Apimximaie -
I sleeplessness e e symptoms length 1 I miles. Authorized Ford Dealer
= BO often are the result Pi I The total knttthii of taeae project, Is ap- I
"r."' miles. I
of run-down condition II
.. a weak a The total quantities of the" I Urns on whichprupoMaU I
a and may develop more u I IN are dVnirvd are approximately *A I
seriously if not treated in r.I.l "" :
4, I < ,Unnnir and grubbing 207.4 acres.Kxcavation. .
5. time. Na 77445; cu. yda. <
..4 If you are nervous and Ro.a,1| machine ffradivar. .21 stations tor :
run-down or suffering from I R.'sd machine grading (sand clay section A Jm/zcMu
II womanly weakness, 43))* ,tatioisi.tntrrsted. I 0''
some piling. 89IS U... ftL'ntrvated
a tale Cardui. "I structural limbs IlLS M. Madison Square Garden in N. Y. Detroit Michigan ,
IS Sold everywhere. Clay surfacing mtrI $, WNt_ s.. fde, I 18 slrtmdy undergoing rtpaira in -

E-105 I'ntta of _baal. 2914 units. preparation for the D.mocr.ti<5 j .
Mining and snaytotf aa4 clay s rfae..., I I
.......,... 80 30 sci. yd. National Convention' in JuDe.
: I I'ilf 12 inch pip, .....l'I4. II Itn. IX

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[II'; I' NEWS' ITEMS- -OF-BUSY LAWTEY 11 I I,, .....,"q'f'"';..). c.:: .; '...._.j, J\1 L THE "STOVE LEAGUE" UP-TO-DATE' J Jt

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I -- Eunice Whitehead spent from \'//LV./ ,''i.v ; ..ut" ,;' ..'.'fG
Lawtey, Feb. 2Jth-L. M. Verbeck with relatives In .. .: I'I., .. :,rv .Ic'and J
and daughter, Miss Dorothy, of Grin- Friday to Monday P' tl.>i >,: i. i imt'in' l is
nell, Iowa, are guests this week of Starke. x. 1 i i.>'i .1 'i 1'. ''i"hI1all1atho
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Tracey. They are 1i.i ', .....:y !i. ',,' :.'J. ;'t'" tilonl, bodily ATTA 00Y/
: I.'j ''1': w'ld' l -th. At r
of Jackson- i" .rLy ""
Mr. Vor- Mrs. J. B. McCulley,
to St. Petersburg. VJATCHTHAT
enrouto 1.\ .1 fftipnn) jvoy: child will benefitb .. 4
beck: is u brotber-in-law of Mr. Tracy ville, was the guest last week of Mr ; :I, At y.' /diUffCist's., J 0APB q
and Mrs. David Durban, Sr. i.; Liquid and tr.'JI(!. lorm.F r .
Trial T I';'.war af>' VOUttelfess qJ Y YEARS 0r __
I / aoiets 1h, h. h.bulldlnt\
Mrs. Mary Rivera and Mrs. Annie Mr. and Mrs J. W. Barber and < : tilu if lit;: JO'H Pa1t.n; : ''.Ianu' tar LI nrrtjiK Tri .1 Foe!* igi o' Send N
Curley, of Green Cove Springs, were children'visited relatives In Mactlan IK' : limy. j''. t 11 '" nn.l f addrwit to / 3- :
M. J. c.,., &:: W..iiin St., N. Y. N b W NEWS ASOUT
visitors last week of their parents, ny Thursday.
Mr. and !Mrs.\ David Durban, Sr. Gi'"ide jN ,p y ? FRANK CHANttIPS : t tI I

I" .' Jams Hannan, of Chillocoth, Ohio, 5 )
I, J. W. Barber left Monday for joined Mrs. Hannan here last week. epto" nnjan r /

tlalnsvillu, where he has accepted: a They will spend about three weeks } ...\ .) ; j
i position in one of the bank. here with relatives before returning .'nie and Blood Enricher
to their northern home. .- --- ---- '.-- mLiiI
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howe and Mr. daughter Pearl, were the guests ofMr. tfr: j
W. M. were visitors Miss Annie Wiggins, of Jacksonville :
and Mrs. Bryan
spent the week-end here with] and Mrs. C. M. Andrew Sunday.A. .
I to Starke Sunday. 1
f i her randmother, Mrs. Louise Lowery. A. Hazcn and daughter passed. ....
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I Miss Estella Barrett spent the I Mr. and Mrs.-E. M.\ Alexander, of thVough our section Sunday. \
t week-end in Jacksonville with herr Mrs. W. .1.1. Harrell left.,Saturday r
''t' Washington, D. C., spent! a few days j
mother, Mrs. W. A. Barrett. for a visit with! relatives in Palmettoand jI
r I here last week with Mrs. Alexander's '- I ,I
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mother, Mrs. Mrs M. E. Patterson. St. Petersburg.
;:, I Mrs. G. W. Roberts attended the T. Stewart and family motored 1

''I "Better Homes" exhibit In Jacksonville Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was! a through here enroute to Worthington l

''I Saturday and Sunday. professional visitor to Lawtey Wed! Sunday.L. 1
r nesday. I
!' I .1. M.\ Alvarez, of Starke, was a A. Cooke was a business visitorto
I visitor hero Sunday.. Brooker Saturday. He was accompanied I 4g
Cecil Sullivan, of .Fort Pierce, is
it' visiting his sister, Mrs. Pitts, for n home by Jas. Crews.
'" 41 f. and Mrs. Emory Woods, Mrs. few days.C. Misses Geneva Harrell and Marie I 4llP
Barefoot and Earl Wood of Sander- Raborn were visitors to Brooker ,

I son, were visitors Sunday at. the C. McCormick, of Waldo, visited Saturday. I
J : home of Mr. and Mrs. I.. A. Mara" friends! here Sunday. Tierner near Brooker here. was visiting relatives -I

I 1j \ Mrs. Elizabeth Howe returned to Mr. and Mrs. Griffin and Mr. and ,
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. Gainesville Sunday, after spending a I Mrs. Bryant E. Reddish, of Jackson

i' F i week herevilh her daughter, Mrs. ville, end Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin,
A. A. Smith. of Starke, were the ,guests: Sunday of

.' II. Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish.J. .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Engle, Sr., of .. .'

'" Chicago, III, were visitors here last W. Jones returned to his homein ./
'f' week. Mr. and Mrs. Engle were residents Lake( Butler Saturday, after spend- : a
! here a few years ago, and are in two weeks here on business.
... I contemplating moving here again in
j 9\ I'' the near futuro. David Rowe, of Mitxville, visited.

I \ relatives here Sunday.Dr. '
Enoch trims and daughter, Miss I I

'J Pearl, were visitors to, Jacksonville and Mrs. J. W. Chandler and :
Thursday. Mrs. A. C. Talley left last week for

Miami, where they will spend the remainder .
Ed. Durban was transacting business of the winter. .
in Jacksonville) Wednesday.
i I The small frame residence of Abe
Arthur and Jack Wilkerson, of I Myers, colored, just north of the town
Mnxvilla: were 111 town Saturday. (limits, burned to the ground Sunday .

about 12 o'clock. When first discovered S ,
A force of carpenters and painters it was too late to save anything -.
have been for the past two weeks repainting and only one trunk near a
the S. A. L. depot and re- window was saved. Both Abe and

pairin the strawberry shipping; platform his wife were at their restaurant in WorthLooking
I adding a great deal to both town when it occured. The origin of
I oppenrance and convenience. the fire is unknown.
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I ) HAMPTON Mrs. M. E. Manaire spending this
I I We Are
I week in Jacksonville, where she Is the Boosting
I Death of Mrs\ Mamie Reddish | guest of her daughter, Mrs. B. Bran- ,
I The sad news of the death of Mrs, ncn. Bradford

,, I Mamie Reddish reached here last Sat County .

urday She had been a great suffer Dan Byrd, of Graham, was a busIness
er for more than a year and died at visitor here Saturday
Riverside Hospital, In Jacksonville,

I Saturday morning, Feb. 23. Her, I Rev. Ridenour, of Hawthorne, spent Are You With Us?
home had been in Waldo for several a few hours in town Saturday. He

years. She was born and reared at I was on his way to Thercssa to fill his
Hampton, being the youngest,: daughter appointment at the First Baptist .
of Mr. and Mrs. Angus Hall. church.C. .
She was a member of the Christian Subscription to the Telegraphwill

Church, a kind and loving wife and M. Berry, of Graham, was trans :'
E I\ a good mother. Her friends were acting business here Tuesday. help.Renewals. .
numbered by her acquaintances. She I \
r leaves to mourn her loss, a husband, Dr. Bishop, of Gainesville, was a and ,-
Robert Reddish, of Waldo daughter, I professional visitor here last Saturday. new subscriptions are now

Mrs. Wm. Reynolds, of Wildwood, I being accepted for J 15 months for
her father, A. Hall, and three broth I only $2.
I ers, Boles, lance I anti Charley Hall. | Carl Flock, who has been here for
The remains' were prepared by Burns I' the past week, returned to his home r
& Lymore, of Jacksonville, brought I in Gainesville last Saturday. ,
here and interred in the Santa Fo Live County News :
cemetery. The funeral services were I I J. II. Saxon is building o nice bungalow ,
conducted by Rev. W. B. Hicks, of on his property on Main street, Live State NewsFarmer's

Waldo, in the presence of a large which will be quite an Improvement ....

f, I' Ircle of friends-and( relatives. to our town. Page. ...

! I Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Rogers and The Georgia Southern railroad has ... Many Other Features I
i daughter, Miss Annie, of Henigar, improved their property hero by the f e
I Ala., who have been touring in South addition of a building to be used for % .
r Tlorida during the winter, spent the the Southeastern Express omce. -
week-end with friends here. They Subscribe and help
t were enroute to their home In Ala- Lonnie Wisenbaker has recently US. e
bama. moved I to the Kalch building! on Main I
street and Henry Hodge and I'
I I" familyare
I W. B. lliHchenson is spending this located in the Budenbaugh build- BOOST

..' I ,' week with his daughter, Mrs. Crlchlo, ing.
of Jacksonville. -

I C. A. Birt and family spent Sunday
Mrs. Marv Prevatt is the guest of with Mr. Birt's father, W. P. Birt, of
her daughter; Mrs. Fancher, of Lake- Alachua.Rev. -
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Jones will fill his appoInt-
, Dr. Biggs! was a professional visitor ment at the Baptist church next

here Sunday. Sunday, morning and evenl11g'. '
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I!RAD FORD Shaw motored through our section .

Sunday. I
Bradford, Fob. 20th.-C. M. Anderson -
C. M.
Andrew and daughter were
11 a business visitor to W. M. visitors to Worthington Monday.
Thomas'was Monday.
i :Mr. Noble, of Brooktr, passed thru II. C. Andrew was on tho sick list

our community last w.k.Mr. last week.O. .
( and Mrs L. A. Cooke and W. Barry was In Worthnrton! /
Sunday.Mrs. .
I children attended the funeral of B. I
r r( Conerly, nt Antioch, who died: at E. F. Jlvtr Is the guest fI' ,- --
Lake Okeechubee.i C. M. Anderson this WI ck.)!; I 4.i ;

i Messrs. Casey Atkinson and John nlv. C. C Butler, II. Crawford and I '
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xml record header identifier 2008-10-30setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Bradford County Telegraph. February 29, 1924.Bradford County Telegraph.dc:subject Newspapers. -- Starke (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Bradford County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher L.C. Webb,L.C. Webbdc:date February 29, 1924dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)579551 (ALEPH)sn 95047406 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- StarkeUnited States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida