Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
March 7, 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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[Clay; County ('4)lUmlliilionerlldopt number of property owners on I Mrs. O. L. Haynes entertained the

Peek Road AH Public Road Madison street have petitioned .the ', I :Sunday:: afternoon u part of theequipment W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C., W... I incsday i-

council to pave the street or so '! MARCH I7lh to 22nd INCLUSIVE\ I hauling for handling therock nftornoon. The prosidtMx ,
Monday. Messrs. C. L. Peek, to be placed un the highway nrI I! 1\1 rs. J. M. Urownlee: conducted u.'., '
much of the street as ean be agreed '
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riftd in :::Sturke the trucks being .
meeting and the secretary Mrs O. I.
J. II. G. M. nmlan and A. Z. I
Ritch. upon. All the owners of property on To the Citizens! of Sturke: : promptly i.t ,"> o'tlurk |p. III, to discuss i driven through from Orange county | Hensloy read the mlnutos.i .

Adkins went to Green Cove and I| this street have not been approached Nothing beautifies the home, and decide oil best plan of cooperation !(I by thu crew to he employed on the i After the business session Mrs. I.I ,.

met with the county commissioners i[(on the subject but as soon ai estimates parks and streets of a town more to make our Palm Plant \\'eek'i I I road work. Each truck carries a G. Powell read "u descriptive poem' C

of Clay county taking up thu. matter |I can be secured on the approximate than the very attractive variety of March 17th to _"'iul, inclusive u big trailer attached, doubling the cupncl- Stone::: Mountain, written by bate n
of completing the road from the palms that our soil and flimnte' will .success.Said" I'ty of the truck, for diluting the rock Innun- l Knight i
cost of the work mat-
I committee is as follows: from the unloader to the
!grow. highway. I jS Delicious "ice cream and cake 1\1',m"
county line on to Kingsley ter will be referred to the residents To become enthusiastic! on this Frank Hoover, Chairman of City !S Work was stinted. Monday on building ': served, by the hostess assisted by lu r

The Clay county commissioners jof that street for their approval'' idea you have only to visit other Council. II i large open sheds on t the vacant little lighters, Sara Hope un 1i II 1 1l

adopted what' is known as the reek !rejection. towns in Florida whero the citizens .1. T. Quigley Baptist Church. I[ l lot by Smith's garage for sheltering. i l' Georgia; llnynes.
und all public functions planted out :Mrs. II. U. Young Presbyterian i the trucks be '
road as a public road and it is their I Since the was presented to to used in the work. At Members of the Chapter annwvnnt:
purpose to take up the work of grad I the council other property owners of 1 palms in profusion some years back.In Church. I 1 present only part of the truths \Mina ''the roll cull were: Mrs. O. L. Hiiyhes
ing where the Bradford line stops the stheet have unified, their wllling- order to systematize the .work :Mrs. L. A. Davis Methodist church i iKuv. arrived but it was .MI lh'd Monday l Mrs I L. O: >Mesdames; '" !S. I ).
and grade the road on to the lake. to their propert by I und obtain palm plants much A. E.: Dunham Episcopal. i that the remainder were on the way. ,'i and J. M. Brawnier, Mrs. T. C. Mor-
ness improve
Mr. C. L. Peek who owns consider- this proposed work, and it is doubttful cheaper I appoint a ,committee the rhiirch. [ i iKcv. ing it in the trucke for transporting '| ris. :Miss Etta Tflson, Mrs. J. F: w,'
able property around the lake, stated if serious opposition to' the members of which represent all the Dnuglierty Christian Church. uiiil other purposes were provided '! son, Mrs. L. A. Davis Miss <>hx.<
that it is planned to open up the ,'improvement any will be mode. different interests of our town to Mrs.. J. M. Brownleu, U. I). C. A carMUf r'' of piping was unloaded Ray, Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mills Amelia

streets behind the lake front lots and It has been suggested that a considerable solicit orders for palms of different Mrs. J. II. Hitch I Woman's Club.G. I Monday 1 und distributed along the. | I Ray, Mrs[ W. J. Epperson, and Mrs.

connect them to this road. Dy this I saving can be made I In the varieties, and by then combining all W. Alderman, J. M. llrownloe, road i leading to Lawtey. A pumping 10. .L. Deasloy.NEW .
plan a good"road all the way to the 'coat of improving this street if the orders in one shipment secure the Court house( ,->station will be installed for the purpose ''|I .- -
lake is assured and the streets will ( preliminary details are rushed lowest price J. M. Mitchell." Protestant Brother- ; of supplying water: needed 1111' ; LIGHT KATES; IN EFFECT;
will serve as an outlet for the lake We want to encourage private hood. ,11 the rock laying begins Wednesday i -
and the and surfacing I
through grading I
residents.The i I I orews now at work on the road owners in conjunction with the City E.: S. Mathews and :Mrs J. L. Peek. : the equipment began arriving In 'I Beginning/ the first of February
committee of Starke men system be employed on the work. Council, to plant palms on streets School (House Ground i iMm. earncnl. Two huge road I rollers were',,, the new rates fur light and power
stated that it appeared to bo unanimoUs These' contractors have their crews along their premises! as well as within )E. M. Johns, \V. C. T. U. I II unloaded und driven! to where the were put in effect The new rates will

opinion ,of the Clay county land equipment together and are on their premises.As I Now as this in a matter of grout work, will begin. For unloading the I iitfect a conuidornblo saving to con.
board that the road should be the .ground ready /for work whereat I the time is short for planting public merest to beautify our town I i rock from the railway cars und plnc- II: Hiiiiicrs, und is on a sliding seal, giving

extended and it is anticipated there I i if thia opportunity was allowed to this season it is necessary to work do not fail to all meet promptly at I,,i ing it un the trucks fur transportingto the heaviest users the benefit of
will be no delay in completing the (! rapidly, and, I hereby request each the time anil place of said committee the highway, a steam shovel will i lower rate. -
pails and the street paved later, the |
roadway.To residents would have the extra expense I and every member of committee meeting. I 11 he used. This huge machine sidled off j| .\ minimum of $ItO per month
complete the plans for the ,!| of bringing the equipment and hereinafter named to meet nt my COMER: L. PEEK, I I the flat car and, down the incline of.I instead of $::1.00 la now in force This

t proponed extension the chairman of I crews' here for the work added to tiflicc' on Monday !March 10th inst. :Mayor. i I II heavy timbers to the ground under i $Lb0 i minimum nllows the user ten
commissioners and ills own power It has been placed in !, kilowatts.
the Clay county 'the' contractor's bids. 4 I Above that and up tit
Commissioner Glisson in whose district I As the matter now stands the high- SECOND: LIGHTING UNJ'I\ I I[I KEYSTONE: : : IIKKilirS [ ]position by the siding and will unload' twenty-five kilowatts the consumer
the road will be, will meet with 'way will traverse Madison street for NtiAKING COMPLETION I'I ___ I| i i'i an average of fifteen curs of rock ]pays 15 cents per kilowatt. The rata
u committee of citizens from Starke '' during a working day. then drops to 12'"4 cent per kilowatt
one block and the proposed now paving --- I I Various towns and l states were represented ',
Saturday morning and the route will Work on hiving the r.k will 'benn 'for the next twenty-five kilowatts
is to connect to this.WOMAN'S The second engine and generatorfor by the many guests at Keystone I ,
be gone over. t'satisfactory arrangements the Intter part of this week, it is then n further drop U made to ID
I the municipal plant has been :! this wtvk. Those who visited i'
can be made, it is probable -: COUNCIL.MEETING; erected and hajj been given several the Inn were W. A. Thompson Jack-I understood, the suck beginning/ to arrive cents per kilowatt for all above fifty 'I II

that the same crew now at workon 1----1 1 1 tryouts during the week. It will be I Isnnvilli., Fin? S. T. Rivers, Jackson-' Thursday. The section of mad _
side will 'lending from !Starktt north will he the I
the Bradford completethe '
j I II given its official test within a few vilk, Mrs. (n.J.! Inn man. Starke, ', I SPICING: :\II S/'lml./ ACHEAT
two-mile stretch remaining in | Christ met at the home of Mr. and days and turned over to the bond! I Ha., DoWitt c. Jones, Starke, I>r. 'first to be rocked und laborers arehow I : SUCCESSThu ;
Clay county. Mrs W. W. Bal d..n, Friday evening. !trustees. land' :Mrs. J. B. Curtis Orange I II levelling and preparing the

-- --- I After the devotional meeting con.laisting Work of connecting the motor 1 Height, Fla.. !Mr. and Mrs. (',. n.1 I roadbed Spring Minstrel! given lust

| of song, instrumental music, driven pump is being rushed and will Whitehead, Columbus, Ohio !Mr. and -- Monday evening at the Gaiety
,and special Mr. and, Mrs. be 'Mrs. II Morrison 1\ nHmm: HKKilllS:( : TKI.KIION1J ; :- Theatre '
songs by completed shortly. Thin pump C. Gainesville, Fin., was u pronounced success
Murderer of Four I| Blakely', Bible reading short talks will eliminate the use of steam for ''j :'011'. P. D. Ihirenbnugh Pulntkn, Ma., 'I : UN.II'l.lnJoIJ. : : from start to HrUsli. Everyone on .

j and the business meeting Mrs. HalsI pumping; and after the installation Mr. II. E. Waldrow and l family, the program did. their .part so well .
I din I assisted by Mr. and :Mrs W. of the booster pump for additional ''Palatku, Mr. and :Mrs F. II. Wilson The new telephone! line l'onn"'lin/l'l that it would ht unfair to mentionany

i I Blakely served delicious refreshments pressure on the mains In case of lire ''Pulatkti, Master Herbert Wilson and Keystone Heights to ono In puiticulur, but this minstrel
11' consisting of hot .chocolate, will complete the installation of new Master Ralph Wilson, Palutka, Miss completed und, was put in service shows' that Starke has a large

a I cnke and sandwiches.The equipment. I I Mabel Wilson Montclair, N. J., Mr. I Wednesday. Through tho co.optra"ti"n amount of talent and can stage it
I program wm rendered by Just what date, the 21-hour service nnd Mrs. F. A. panty, Bridgeport, nt the business rind professional first das lnu'rtnlnment.Irll.! E. M.

1 > Mrs Edwards will be inaugurated is not yet known 'onn., and J. !Morgan Perry I.ItCh.// men and the St rke Telephone I!I Johns, the talented director of the
1t I After expressing the pn'oymont' of but will probably start soon after tho i j l'I<'ld. Kentucky. Company, Keystone Heights has now Spring Minstrel hi* been warmly
Smow" the t < evening by n rising vote oftheir second unit has been accepted by the u direct wire communication to I( congriitiilutcd un her successful work.
s i thllnkq, each returned tQ trustees. 'I' Entrance; to Height Now l.iuhrd Starke enabling those hustling The sum of $IHH .was realized, and

hom'II.I I I The entrance gate to Keystone Hcighters to connect here over long has liven given 'for the bereft of thu

I SUCCESSFUL SUNDAY Heights In now very brilliantly distance to any point. binsldinir fund of till Woman's Club.
C. OF C. :MEETINGThe : I The long distance service from
I SCHOOL :MEETING lighted by five one hundred and fifty
watt electric Four ,, I Starke is excellent und It was to
; lights. of th soire 11.1.1.\\1: IIImw N'S

i; Children of the Confederacy' Friday afternoon and evening the I( set on concrete pillars in sixteen provide Keystone Heights with this 11110'11 DAY PAItTY.
I I met Saturday afternoon at the home Sunday school workers of the Metho ,I inch opal ball globes. Mr. Wiggins I' necessity that the citizens of Starke. -
.' I of Mr. and Mrs J. M. Brownies and dist church enjoyed hearing S, M. electrician from Green Cove Springs I took the matter in hand and working !Mrs. Ada Sauers C'ntertained a

held a very interesting meeting \Williamson and J. II. Bunch of Jacksonville hopes to have tho entire length of I with Mr. Bishop manager of the number of the young folks Saturday
under the direction of Mrs. O. L. who are state-wide workers Lawrence Boulevard Illuminated I I Sturke Telephone Company, put the afternoon, the occasion being the
Hayes, with Mrs O. L. Reailey as in the interest of better Sunday within the next week. line through in record 1 time. eleventh birthclny anniversary of her

.Y,." OI1eTLtt I assistant. schimla. for the Methodist church.A grandson, Wllllum E. Ilrown. Tho
Among the business reported was committee composed of Mrs.\ L. WIIITK WAY HTAR1EII; D. K. KNIGHT; PLANfl.NG little folks outdo merry during the
', Petersburg Frank McDowell, Fla., claims, 20, his of sub St. and that of the flower committee's work, A. Davis Mrs. J. F. Colley, Mrs J. | IVII\HIVI: : OUCH A lUll I afternoon arid at the close were

conscious mind prompted the murder i presenting two honored veterans W. White, Miss Hilda Struth and ,' Work on the white way for Call --- | served candy, nuts ice cream and
by shooting of.his mother and with birthday presents. A candy I Mrs.\ A. Z. Adkins served, n six o'clock street wasstarted latter part of the Col. D. E. Knight, who purchasedthe cuke. Many beautiful gifts were
'Cither this year and burning to i lI sale was planned for Saturday. after- l luncheon at the club house, to whichall past week the concrete foundations I Hall place, south-east of Hturke, I presented tho young host.
"th of his sisters .IA. 123.: : ,
I noon. i iI those attending the meeting were for the lamp posts being poured by has had a force of men busy tho last Those present' wore Thelma Andrews
j After the business the children had invited. The menu consisted of chicken crews tinder the direction of J. T.Quiglcy. I few wock; setting/ out a largo I Juno liullen Louise Hayes1, Mil-
I a merry time playing) and nt the I' number of fruit trees. The orchard
sandwiches potato salad, pickles As soon as this work Is j l i tired Grime, Luclle Edwards: : Vivian
WALNUT: STREET |I close of the afternoon the hostess'' ,c coffee tea, home-made cake and ice completed the laying of the cablu will will consist largely of Hand pears, j Kite, Thelnia Seals Margaret throw
GRADING {: served sandwiches home-made cake I ,cream. be started. The wire of this sYMu'mi! though u large/ number of pecans, !' Wilson Hayes, Charles Klckliter

STARTED I land cocoa with whipped cream. I Mrs1. M. E. Edwards, of Luwtey will be carried in conduit underground j ,plum, ornngH and fig trees will he ( Junior :McDonald], J. D. Orlfllit. duo

Sewer Laterals -Being Laid on Street SPECIAL W. C. T. U. MEETING ,was among those attending the' from post to post, und will l lhe :set. During thifl week he will 1 Wiggins. Merrill McMillan\ Sammy
council. at work putting out grape vines, Underbill.I .
I conected to the "same lighting,
Covered by Uighway !I system on the remaining streets. At) a considerable number having ur-1 I : -'. :N'nuers; was assisted In out'' .r.
I Next Tuesday afternoon, at thre-- STARKE i DASKETEER8 the present tune frill street in one ]I'rived for plnntinir. The emirs talnin and serving tho young f..lkii
Contractor S. It. Johns start"d A' thirty, at th" Methodist (church there WIN FROM NEW lEHkY dark spot of a well lighted town. 'orchard will be approximately 17 i l-y :.Mies I li"atruce flatten anti :Millnd .
force of men Wednesday morning on will he nn In'-nro-iHng meeting of the
I 1 'acre
'\\ M. K.! Bergen, Miss Rifleman I I <" ''lill.;
gram; :; the south end ol V\ I nut '<><'al W. r. T. U. Mrs. Arthur Wood, - -
Saturday afternoon the f'hrkc 11'19 llenmi and Mr. Larson of
strut the dirt being carried from nresldent of the union will toll some I basket ball team won n hrirl-f'iuirht. K" .' ''one' heights, WI>H. here "Mondayrwmnir I INMAN WIN AGAIN I j jLnrirl ; IsrtlDOB PARTY
the intellection of Madison and Walnut of the thini.s; she has seen and ..'C- ,
I game with the Newbcrry t team, the to attend the Spring Mln- --
.'t-"L'lll to the low of the perienred in tho Salvation '
portion Army score being 23 to 23. Thu gnm wn Htri1.K.!. I Start Iteprexentatlve Lead ; Mr. and Mm. O. M. Imnn.. tnlhinI -
stn t, j ,st north c.f Pe"*zy ral'wajr work In England 'and Germany, and .In interesting one, though/ the New- ___ __. ______ __ I -llrlda-oorl'Il.. lIivJ.tlun the 20th Centurv 'lnl. I ih"'. '-

rack i. This fill will require a con- ,the progress these countries are malei I i berry, boys hart matttcra their own S. Matthew left Monilnv for I "1 i ,i.," t .f their i"o/' ': '. ;r"t'' /
.aid I .,.' 1 I' dirt, aid, as we un'K>p=*'nnd, ing toward prohibition. | Mr. n.1.: Innmn lorn I npreiontativ -
way during the firjt port of the raine. ,,1"'k'tonvlllr' to enter upon\ his diit, is 'he 1-it[ large undertaking of Its A cordial invitation Is extended 1" of the ,
to'-j Farm
trout A
fhl! Starko sextette put up .a brilluint !- railroad comniis-iioner, the board "no/ I :i" unh' \t i < i and howl! i I'I ''i
kit il I m the highway between Starke the general public to attend this |, again scored! a bull's uye ;ji tli),,! Flor- ; .
fight arffi brought th' "< or<' up 1 fJ' oU- in -u 'iion in that city to consider '.1 ;
and S inti Fe river. meeting. Come and bring your and over their opponent before the i ind. the proposed.) change In rates of I da-Georiria, division of Strout agents, I )Mrs. |I' c 'Hump rnu Within: the city limits on the friend winning( a Hamilton gold watch. ThU fh-l.ili, .,. ..:
<; i I the traction company, I : u d 1 VMS prenont'" d l 'y:
streets to be trans':erred by the highway watch to the
was given agent' making cane, whit'" L. lieu'lo/. ; h .'t
Sewer laterals! are b-.k Lid to PRESDYTERIAN SRRVICES tOne he most points through the t i ." (It 1 for the i'I<'n and v. ... l

curb line, thereby completing the CLOSED TUESDAY : of, February, and Mr. Inm,1., h iales I knife. Mi! O L. II,... [i., ,,. 1 ,

work necessary to be done before th* ) Two, Three, Fighting Roosevelt Faces'r'i and 102 listings of pr'>(perty 1oiled ,aii ilation, w,i < I "t
actual 1 laying of the rock b"ins. Dr. Winchester, of Toronto Canada his .
t' I
score up > J II't! [in "if t", cmbroid'',i- I a tuvo', .I t t ,tire'v t-
Messrs. L. A. Davis and J. T. closed a sri*_ of meting Tues II nearlyrV'' ) ahead tor h u, "' <..n.pcment .1, m9110 I .tv w ,"
Quincy, have the contract for this dny verin" nt the I ..' '
) PresbytBrfnn ;r'" Mr. Wn ht v, 'i, .i given a 6.. '"I'rerrhiof' I tpriyr
work. church. St I ,.1<. wan very fort"- I F"I i who had 973 points tn, h. ,, | "I I .,,' eorrr" ..,I '.

'to secure the services of Dr. Win .. I This is the third pri'i! JTr Inman. wan, W' J\ r., r I
Anion-; there atending the service Chester as i'f i h a ripo bible sttid-nt i, 't' vj i h all taken since opcnin,'; I'm Sfroiit '',r a f 'tippnn', I
by !n: A. B. Winchester at the and a wond! -ful ; { !
/ speaker: Ho his. t' jyr uirency in Starke. In r">>r'etltlfn, !' ( p' t hi"I', I .
Stit" Farm last Sunday p. m. were traveled in the, holy land and th"ro- with agent in nil s"i r, ri hi is 9'" ', st''''. I 1 i
Rev nnd Mrs. J. J. Sullen, P<.f. and fore his do-icrir!,'.'ons of place nl-"- always near the tup, o i i?i t1, ,i II'' .II I I I' Lb ,., .
Mr, T. J. hedges, Mr. and Mrs. timed In the Bible are moat graphic t iiwlitiible sh'i'vim,? i hn, ., h.o.rr.: ]" to; Jones, Mr. and :SI--?. J. H. Dr. Wlnchi.,;t t'r's sermons nave aspiritu Inmnn, is a'i 'I! nr' '' i J' ,,r,., ; g 'I 1,, 'I
RIH SIr and Mrs. E. M Johns, ,.' "*t to thoce who had! :'ie In selllnif J (II.' .. "d rk I ,1.\1 i ,," tint Itrq.
Mesdames H. L. Brownies W. J. pleasure of hearing hIm. e II nd h, Is the
i showing VI".I I -fit posB.billties j' F I" """. :;.
E:>,' -son'and< R. S. Fern n"7. N. B. While i .. .. i h" WTS the j""est of I I ::: of the courts t" ., home- :_"'"'d.. '. 'r ,. ." ,I I"1'

Hull Col. A. Z. Adkins, E. D. Carl Rov. and "- T..1 It-. !brrTh"ra- .4 ncjcker nnd in';..4.'..r. Ilrn-lford ,l leountjr I I", ,I. t I "-I,
Ch'-'a' Johns, Glenn fled .t. 1. ..1"i'nit. '-n.:"-' Winchester I ft for I hn i the s ,.iI .t I ti ? hm-ite '.1 ..., 1 l' '1'

Barefoot, In Abort-, :, I .' ,.1] \'."aresville: N C., where he wit at-I Young Teddy IU h.. taken op Lazing<< : at I and we pn-dut. that !M r I .mm" will I Itop .. .,' y. t,...
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ville Their borne is a community center We regret that the Pan-See&ic'!!

:" James T. Moore I and open to all. They maintain a A .?.>:anon .hat resigned, feeling tlablgatiom

lam comfortable rest room the to the federation frfceary Rub It In
Fine only one in town. Have had a cleanup and that their work r.'>t :xac'.l t
Makes week and the civic committee Ji' in our line. They keep a *:'. :

with toe help of the council' keep the the Stat College for Women and

Fiver streets clean and tie town ip a sanitary feel that hey man concentrate :r.-. refforts. Freely.
For Section jI
i iI CODdi OD. They have held their However, all of ita members: n

I meeting regularly aDd have bad 'are member of the federal.on

I some very good speaker, on their through other Jacksonville onrarizationa. i r PROMPT RELIEF

% xe-Pre****** )Make Export 011 i' -"oJ"fJr good roads. I j I program Their membership has .

lIOIJiatr Tear .f Utr Work ''!, The Fernaodia club baa this year :;:coMtastly. increased dzrin: ? the past The clubhouse idea baa been much f Mustang Liniment positively! ....n-r: ,, -<
wonderful building which i two i i mreased m the section and the ma-
dedicated a j I yearnThe sore mi-scies, strain. bra;se>. wur. t
'; It ..1a pleasure for one to bring u they call the Yule Community i 1 j I Eastern Ebore Woman's club jont>- of the elube own their homes 1 few appu'ationa. Mustang doesn b.-,

you uv report of section fire. It h',uae which is what every cIs&hOTM and free library have built their <{and the others all have a building or cnart- it is made of soothing, > -

to largest section of the in a small community should be. Day clubhouse: and the building houM-s a ;fund. I nope that the vicepresidentof mg oils that penetrate the flesh f, c, .

state, nor bjr any means the smallest,I I held a eommortty Chnstmaj tree and library:] that would do credit to a the section in two more years will t very' bone! For 71 year Mustang Ir L. -

,a and M the vice-president of the te-t,''in,I the spring a general clean-up .. much larger town. Through the summer 'report a clubhouse in every town. f I meek has been the real! "friend in n,' ,

Won 1 bring to you greeting from week. The club meets once a week: ;: they met in the clubhouse with, The put two yean have been very L w MAN, LIVESTOCK and POL'LTK
sixteen club with a membership fIIf''
about 1,100 women tone' t.nte and a literary program and ,clan. They have cooperated with the duties have kept me at times when I .
s Suction five and let the eountitfi i j social time the next This is i one of''rural school supervisor in her school.felt I should .have Rote but the members p /' IZhearaatnm P-lMete.Foot and iim Hirix"Lair* c>.

of Baker, Bradford Clay, Union ,' the four new clubhouses of lection''work I supplying: books and magazines will be always pleasant and I I t r 1 nnmCoktePnewiMAu 1
s Nassau and last but nut least Duval. [five.i .:for the rural schools. They have assisted .Jam deeply indebted to the Florida 25c Hoof Dmnr B i-. :.. t
Inflatsedt'ddir Caiai'h
Of our sixteen club, traval county i The Springfield Improvement A.Ssociation ''' Miss Jones, welfare nurse, m Federation for having been allowed H..r.bd4Sia. C'r Mump* Sore Teat Canker

baa the banns %f having rune; Clay report regular attendance her follow-up work. Have raised toon'ey to serve in my small way. i i SOc 5 P Cot[}:Jlilt'i. ">eria re. I U MTounds*<*r C Roup Ir-1
and Bradford have two each and I I|!at all meettojfi; increased interest mall to trim tree alone road way Respectfully submitted I IMP I si....3hhY.t. (Cafcxocre 'L:t""sLi Spavins Wurm.: .
i Union, Nassau and Baker on each.I departments; 1500 in their clubhouse ::and planted more. Have followed all ( ". J. T.) | .::. "S ?:t. IJ.d"'J3'11' Pip
Duval county ha a wonderful'' fend This association does 'I plan and suggestions sent out by LOUIEBELLE BROWN MOORE :j jCONf.RESS ...,. "" ,
{ county federation and early in 19221we { such philanthropic work in the c.ty: I''the federation. J -._00Use. I.. I a'RLa..,.. ''.":1 ".....,.,.NI.,. ..-.}..1.. ., ,' "
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had the brilliant idea of forming: t' raising their funds through the ftnance The Lawtey Woman's club the old- PLANS: PROBE OF I as c__ ",: ,. -', ', ,,',ies.' "na.,,., a .'
a tri-coursty federation tetwten the J j committee, of which every et in the section and one f1f the BREAD PRICES IN" RESPONSETO ,
counties of Baker, Bradford and Unj j I member of the association is a member 'oldest in the state ha done good THE GROWING: DEMAND'

ion. We are very glad to say that I I!| ; continue its interest in the I work the past year. Have cooperated MUSTANG?
Una has been an unusual sallowe : !,!home demonstration work. The prtsident !with the School and town officials fora Pt<>ple'a Legislative Service Point I
-.. clubs are all small clubs but the', and delegate have attended! '' better and cleaner cooumin.ty. Entertained Out That Loaves, Made of Ament I '
c/o IJ'-u CV" t'rundny.tnd'9wy
federation has been the means of j|all federated club meetings and kept J! the tri-county federation in can Flour, Sell for Only

bringing the club women closer I in touch: at all times with all local{October. Poor Cents in England I

4 gether and we han had w.1|condition. Health conditions! and 'I 1 The members have don much philanthropic LINIMENTSOLD

very pleasant and profitable beauty of Springfield are closely work in the community and Congress has taken up the question :\

The meetings are three times a year'watched and effort to improve our sent a cash donation, clothing and of the price of bread in answer to the i BY DRUG AND GENERAL STORES

s and we have made ofthem |suburb are constantly made. The asI I affairs. Each dub entertaining when |socuition was the first club to nomInate I jhome. Raised money to improve the Service, which has sent to a number
their time came. and endorse Mrs. W. S. Jennings ;sanitary condition of the school l campus r.9 members f.t the- legislature tatia. '
On the 26th of February we held ( for the presidency of the general and building. Entertained the tkdi.; to show that the current '1--- --- - -- ----

our' first sectional meeting, being federation. teachers of the whole county in the price of bread is too high in this 'I SHOOTING OF SENATOR i' press, charges of liquor buying by
entertained l by the Woman' club of Thelman'l club of Jacksonville, clubhouse and served a delicious luncheon -'country. IN LIQUOR WARMAY high officials and ordinary citizens

Starke in their beautiful new club- the largest in the section, reports a to them all when the Teach The service says that the prevail I I BRING PROBE alike have been on the increase.

house. So many of the mailer club most successful: << year last year and er's Association: met an Lawtey. The ing price of nine cents a pound is VOllt; There! have been repeated demand*
never get to a convention and the the beginning of another. All 'de- clubhouse is a community center and much too high, considering that Colleagues of LegislatorWant for an investigation by congress. It

ection meetings mean much to partments raise. money for their own is open to everybody at all times, wheat declined 55 per cent in price to Know Why Innocent: Bystander U apparent that the shooting of Sen-

,, them. We had several of our state 'particular work. Have regular each only asking that the building be left since 1917, while bread has gone Can't Be Safe While ator Greene has deeply stirred those

officers with u. and Mrs. Jennings club day with prominent speakers.The as it is found, clean and that the down only 5.1 per cent in price to "Dry" Agents OperateThe in official positions. Many of his old
our first vice-president of the general -, finance committee: conducted avery company include at least three of the consumer. friends in the house, where he served

federation. Section live is very {I successful demonstration fair, the club members. The debt on the As a result, it is contended, the prohibition situation in Washington for ten! years, say they are ready to

proud to claim her as lU own. Only clearing over thirteen hundred dol- clubhouse has been paid this yearend people of this country are eating 44 I for month a center of cnticism i demand that something be done.

two clubs failed to send delegate lars. The philanthropic. departmentgave a piano bought for it. They also loaves a year less per person now and controversy has culminated I j

and all Rent short report.. a charming flower concert and spent a large sum in having\ the pianoin ,than in pre-war years. This i I. given :in the shooting down of a United ({I NEBRASKA WARS ON"
I have visited all clubs when asked realized<< a good sum for their work. the school house cleaned, repaired .. as the reason for the financial condition I.States senator almost within the i'| GASOLINE COMPANIES

and some of the smaller clubs tw. The education department has two and tuned. of farmers in the wheat belt, I shadow of the capitol.As I
three and some even four times. I young ladies in the State College for The Woman's Club of South Jacksonville where it is hard to make both end a result the whole muddle of I i OMAHA.-Fifteen oil companies

feel that it ts the small clubs that women for full two-year courses. The completed their clubhouse meet and where many farmers have conflicting opinions charges, explanations -:,operating in Nebraska are charged

need the inspiration of the state officer public health department hat fur- last year, making the fourth in the already gone to the wall.It I denials, and counterchargesthat : ,I with conspiracy to fix and control
\ and speakers. The problem of nished a room in St. Luke's hospital section. All committee worked well is further contended that in Eng- have characterized efforts to enforce -i the price of gasoline and allied products -

section five is one flf organization and will maintain it. The club co- and sufficient funds have been raised land bakers sell bread at four cents'| the prohibition laws in Washington 1 I I in a suit filed in district court of

s, rather than of federating with the operated with the Garden club in for all club activities. Many social a loaf made of American flour after : seem likely to have a thorough j Douglas county by O. S. Spillman.
State organization and when I have observing Garden week. Much work affairs have been held in the clubhouse I(Iit has been hauled acroM the ocean. 'airing in congrecs. attorney general. The attorney general -

r tried and tried the same answer along civic and industrial and social since its completion and they I'| It Is also reported that 'a gigantic I Senator Frank L. Greene, of Ver- seeks to have the companies

w comes always "We need a womanto lino is steadily and constantly be- try to make it'a center for the young "bread trust" i il in formation in this mont, was shot in the head as a car named ousted from the state and forbidden -
lead, some one to ahead We extension people of the The to operate within its borders.
go ing done. Library committee town. finance committee country continue to gorge on the'containing prohibition agents whirled
will follow." has libraries in all county school. I' conducted a demonstration ultimate consumer. '[out of an alley into Pennsylvania
1 The club at Orange Park i is avery J The Jacksonville club is proud to report I j fair which was a success both fit I! Avenue in pursuit of another car FIGHT BOLL WEEVILNEW

live one. At the beginning of I one officer in the general federation I t naneialJ)' and socially. The philanthropic The poorest hen will lay at times; suspected of carrying: bootlegger
h the year they 4oUcJ to start a build- one oflicer, one department committee raised money for the best will do poorly when conditions i| The incident was not the first in ORLEANS-Clarence Ousley) ,
log fund and to give one-third of all chairman, three division chairmen the Children' Home Society and other are bad. Therefore, in culling'which the lives of these "On the streets director of the National Boll UWv 1

money that came to this club to this and one special committee chairman ,: charitable causes. Much has been consider all factors that enter into have been endangered by pistol! bat- Control Association announced thatHarper

fond. They make a monthly contribution working in the state federation besides i planned i for the coming year along 18rlt. el-pr'Jdu'tion.; tin with bootlegger*. Mad chases of Dean, chief of the L'nted!
to the Children' Hume Society several members of committees civic, philanthropic and educational I
-- that kind through the center of the States Chamber of Comm<:r'c -A ".. i iUncle
{t and have done much charity work and departments. I line. and a 'u'"ful! year seems a.<- Thr eye are of little use if the
,, in Orange Park. To defray these and The Federation" of Mothers' Clubs. ,.sured. rniml he h'i! 'nlFr<,i\.-rbs of Arabia While! ail' ,.f this has been in pro- I to determine how that or!"* I lat n
sundry expense they give a cafeteria of Jacksonville and vicinity is composed i '
might co-operate in furtheri_ p'n -
upper each month. They staged of club -
twenty-two a gala
for the control of the pest d'1a..' tcoming
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a clean-up week in the spring. A* of tw, over last year. I can't say ,, .
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season. More than ;' "
the Clay board advised thatthey .
county what -
exactly the
Just -
membership -
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: I and chambers of ,,
I =-G; -- comi r I' I
f could not run the public school but I that '
I" judge it is about 600. --T'ON-- .
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= = ready are supporting the rn 'd'i iMr '
but for live months this club has Tin 600, by the way, is not = -
Includ-I 49O -- I
*. Ousley said.
derided to raise. the money to give ed in our sectional :O_ '! c; '
the children the full eight month 1,100 but I feel that it should be. The i i'o: I'I'C
A complete ford Track with body sad cab No Worm* In a n."hh '- "
They have just completed! plan fur federation endorsed the -::- :=-7_ _-
legislative : =- CHASSIS ONLY/' S370 00Prlcet ____ __ _'JI,,..llii'rn< troubled with F.r.
beautifying the grounds of the town at the : : __--. _" ( a t> Detroit _---. ) ,
program legislative councilfor -----, -- : r. i dap co -c. wbfch Indicated; r L
hall, where their meeting are held, 1123 und the educational program =-----=-- '---- ---- --------- tu.<'. t'i.rai more or lee* .,nmb, '

and hope to have an attractive garden of the Business and Professional e -=- =: 'arty GfeOVtS! fcr two fASTELESS or three weekiT CHILI.,:!HA.'
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there soon. Woman's club. It also endorsed the = ,......ttvdlreetloLaodain,3! -
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The Green Cove Springs Improvement plan of the Duval Parent-Teachers' 1T ---- 111.If'entnRTmktothewholes(.r dispel Ibe'Tr.s an.l'UD I"j
Association ia a strong factorin Association to raise a student =- <> ***health. Ptestaut _&* .

the town and are always consulted fund to help boys and girls of Duval.I I -=-=
when any question of importance 'county complete their '

,i come up concerning the bettermentof Much has been done in the past year
conditions in the homes, school, to banish uhsccnts literature from thechoolii

and county. This club was the instigator i and cooperated with the other
'i of the big, good road rally, i clubs. of Duval in improving conditions I II ThcitR f ;

that wait held in their tfiwn on the < in the county. I f 't.,'
6th of September. They cooperate The St. Luke' training-school of -
with the Business Men's club and let i nurses, Alumnae! Association has es- I ffMl YwtyUe .
them have the clubhouse one day of tublmlied a library in the home for I JahnSELFDEPENDENCE
each week for their meeting.! At nurse and will maintain some- The
prevent they are planning to get a members have cooperated with other : Tto.r*Frrf.U.I-7..1 __,_,...,.... w tk. F.-I --
hrs. tAww _... ..a' _... ,..... a.gka --
large supply of ornamental tree and club of city and county when possible -
?, shrub for their street have for the I don't mind bavin' aaslstauce
They of advancementand
A New Ford Steel Truck when there's difficult jobs to In.
a library of some 3,000 volume wholly welfare. BodyThe I -Me and my neighbors v

maintained by the club. I I The Fairfield club has built a clubhouse Ford Motor Company making the body readily adaptable changes chorea, which mult.p. ,ie"
The Macclenny club, while not a in the past two year and look for I power by two. Good generalship -
announces the production of. general use. Screen sides and will double teams when
1 large one has dune much for the closely to the improving and advance- all-steel end doors be -
new body and steel may easily installed. I the sweat commences to 1'011-
town. So often in small town new ment of their suburb. Have main weather-proof cab, mounted bu' a feller' religious conclu-
,i public buildings are needed but no tained a kindergarten, and assist in the famou Ford one-ton This new body, built of heavy sions must spring from his m-
one seems to notice until the Woman' every way posmble. Have cooperated drive chassis wormIIh steel strongly reinforced : Ii I nard soul!
: forming a complete and riveted is designed to stand And, I never pine fer advisersin
I, club starts it and when .
with all I
they clubs of the city in work haulage unit at the remarkably under'the I questions of politics.I : .
most !severe
tart a thing they keep at it until undertaken. i I low price of $490. Loading is four feet usage. I never indulge in compounds
+ they get it. Macclenny has a won- I consider the Starke Woman's space by that' explosive as soon a* they
derful new $25,0JO* school building club the liveliest organization Steel 1 flare boards and end gate !seven feet two inches. = i mix. For I can detect an
in sec
; and while the club did not build everyone tion 5 for the members have over- with sockets permit the use of -weather-proof cab is i bray impostor the I minnit do I hear him
stake and 1 -so my politicalthinkln'
in the town says they would come seemingly impossible side board.high or n.. C_ .. -.." '-." (,.. fitted with = in my own, individual'
not have it if they had not asked ties and are doing wonderful diffiCUI-// removable way
the mounting :f i I n4llC.7lmOAal. 'n here's virtue
for it. They also have the promise They have built and door-opening a-plenty

":\ of a new depot in 1921. Have a building nished a 10,000 clubhouse and by of a canopy top. curtains may team-work require, when, but emergenc- 'the--.,.-.

fund and a man who will furnish their effort have .given the only mighty little of "team-work" I'
enough tree to plant both sides! of senior high school in the county an Authorized Ford Dealers follerin' a party liar. It .<
their new road for ten miles. The eight month. safe to base yer jedgement
term when the boardof ,
what the evidence
shows r
club will bear the expense of planting instruction saM they did not have I I to never let no political n.. ,
them. The work Is started the money. They have dune innumerable ] -I out M. iron Hnff In vr rr>4,_''

-;, The Lake Butler Woman' club I Is a things for the school and ,' i _
big factor In the town Their work town. They are consulted and ad-1 I caps?

ia mostly civic work and include vned at all timea when questions of j \, wGibrnfi!

the care of the street, all the importance comes up. They have an y
c ground of public buildings and the especially active music committee 1

cemetery. They helped to bring to a i and have very good music at all CARS. : TRUCKS TRACTORS i Uyl .
-n'""..""nnrqnenoniunnnp "upmn, ', ,, .
successful conclusion' a campaign meetings, also a chorus under the : nnrn mn rim n ,1 I I'i'
Votinjf a $500,000 bond !faava on the direction of Mr. Pryor of Jackson

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lt11fR9QH44 I project. tvrstnte Commerce Commission I in the'',! to Hampton I Saturday. and iron.I-;-said that nil nmv eonho -
r- :
I matttr of inlerstuto" rates. I,
Among the visitors to
Hampton discovered
Newt Florida in Short Paragraphs b bn.aSflSU. I Florida 'anal and Transportation underneath thi i uiu x-
i Snturdny were W. M. Brown, H. E. pinned region.SOLDIEItS" .
./fFXrr.X/lY.r/r4rNaaUS a..xn Yrlr <.aY.aWdMRYM. company which recently purchased The 1 .Ianion,; Inn, a road house .Moorer und E. S Siblo>. .

+ n the East Coast Canal from the Florida near Miami, wax; robbed by j Mrs. J. E, Owaloy returned to her I
Live State News eight men armed with revolvers and 1'\JWos
t Coast Line nnd Transportation ) home hero Thursday after visiting -
l..J: lavsed-off shot guns, who surrounded her daughter :Mrs. Eloise !
Moore In
told the board of United States soldiers in ,
'b: Company, governorsof I the place and entered at the front and i Vnldo ltu. I'I pn-u.nn
the Daytona Chamber of Commerce |I > for wnr-tinta offenses
,uW Told by Our Exchanges. rear doors while the orchestra was Miss Hit mar loft Friday morning numheunir

at a meeting that the com- j I playing. It is estimated thut the I for Waldo after teaching n Training : nearly 175, may be pardoned. A bo..inl

jii'n 'II IDII!=W''m' ''''''''''''''''''' !I>.II pany proposes to improve the pro- amount of $1,700 was taken together I of will 1 '
Class here In the Baptist Church army experts Investigate each
perty, making the canal CO feet wide with considerable I I
The State Road has thousand winter visi- a quantity jewelry Miss Ditinnr is
department Twenty-nine doing splendid work i i case, it was announced nt Wuxhing-
( with a minimum depth of five feetanl
from the 3.r in the
opened bids on construction of three t tors, in round numbers, have reg- guests in IISlInll..y Schools. j ton. The move to pardon tho soldier
put in operation within the next
time. I
place A fur
t" small pieces of bridge work costing istered at tho St. Petersburg at coat was :Mr. C. M. Humphrey left Thursday |
twelve months forty barges and taken from A i is backed by the American Legion
anda the aggregate about $00,000. chamber of commerce this season. one woman. man for Mt. Pleasant, S. l'., where he will I!
twenty power boats, giving the cities woman guest were hit over the head and war mothers' organisations.
.: 'I This is approximately 1,000 more make his future home. I i
and towns between Jacksonville and I
:f Albert W. Gilchrist, former thllll- for the entire season up to blackjacks when they remonstrated Miss Stella Chwt'rMetth' visited her''

; nor of Florida, has lover-I April of last year. Ten foreign Miami the benefit of water freightand and Jack Young, a waiter sister, Sirs Cyril Manirc, in Ilnmp- I'"1 FOUR BUSY "HRY" YEARS!
passenger rates. It stated
? candidacy :for delegutu-at-large to the countries were in addition to every was was struck on tho head with a ,j ton Saturday. -
: that 41,250,000 more was needed to 'revolver One of the guests had to Ono hundred and fifteen thousand
Democratic national convention. state in the union are represented by finance i Rev. D L. Phillips, of Law ley
.f those so far registered.A the project. be taken to the hospital. The search- and Mr. litany Bennett, of Ja'k"on-I( cases Arising out of violations of the

,'I)* A fund has been started locally for The state board-of pardons will jay concluded, the man ordered the ville, were tranxaqtiiw bUM prohibition laws were tried in the federal l

the construction of another hotel for bond issue to provide $165,000 hold its next semiannual tneetting orchestra Mine" to play "That Old Gang Of 'rhure.. iy. courts of the United Slides during

J: Key West, and there is said to be a for various municipal improvements beginning March and the chef was ordered to !Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. H'rKl'yVere
Tuesday 11. tho
Applications fry four chickens last four years. This fait is
,g. possibility that outside capital may at Seabreeze is contemplated by the for clemency which the gang visitors to New River Friday.C. ff

f build two other hotels next winter. !city fathers. The \town council has counsel in the first and representedby fourth congressional took away with them. To olfiset A. Youtigbloml and his daughter, shown in a report to President

(y instructed Attorney Harry A. Horn districts will be consideredon pursuit, keys to automobiles were Ncalie, und Jessie Owsley visited Coohduv frollI I the Department of .\

';- Gems said to bo worth approximately 'to prepare a resolution embracing the I the first and second days of the taken from guests und atachen who I and Mrs. A. A. Youngblood Justiei. Nearly 'Jft.QOD:!1 ('a"t'Mtill 1
i which includes for were lined up against the wall of the Waldo l\lr'j await disposal '
: $12,000 were stolen from a program, $110,000 meeting, and these from second and Sunday. 'I

boudoir treasure chest in which they street paving, $35,000 for water third districts will be taken up after- dining room while the searching was I :Sir and, Mrs. J. P. Padgett =- i

were kept, from the home of I*. P. works improvements and $20,000 for ward., The list meeting of the board in progress family motored to Cedar Keys Satur- !I .

Prudden, of Toledo Ohio, and Palm a town hall and fire station. was held last September when UIC.IWOICUBraMord day. Federal Oil LeaseProsecutors 1
Beach some time last Saturday. clemency was granted in about 20 1
I Work will begin within a few days, FUND IS KKSrOKKII:: 1"Im I
out of
cases approximately 160. !March 7.-C. I
The cornerstone of the new Ameri- it is expected, on the new high school Records of applications that will be All :M.ML\ SKKICKWASHINGTON. ;
and wIre were visitors to the
can Legion Home at Orlando was laid building at Fort Pierce, which Is to I presented to the forth-coming meeting 'site Thursday.N. county I
by National Commander John U. cost $101,057. Contract for the construction have I ; : .- An appropriation .
I not yet been compiled andit
T. Hayes, Jr., was a visitor to
Quinn. Several hundred members of the building has been is not known yet how many cases Worthington last ucek.R. of $1,1500,000 for continuingthe !
one day
and friends of the Legion, city officials ''awarded to an Orlando firm, and it is will come before the board. A. Weeks of ICrooker motored trans-continental, airplane! mail
and gold star mothers attended planned to have it ready for occupancy service was restored to tho treasurypontolllce -
through/ hero enroute to Worthington I I
next The building appropriation bill the
the ceremonies. season. new The state railroad commission has by
will contain 23 rooms and will beof issued I' senate apropriutionH! committee HI I
an indefinitely postponing Mrs. Ti I
Yarborough of
Mrs. Barney L. Carr, 35 years old, Spanish type architecture. the hearing scheduled to be heldin Worthing-j I reporting the bill to the senate. The I
ton, passed' to the
great beyond
away house failed to the .
was instantly killed at West Palm Tallahassee appropriaMons i
in the matter of( eX-
Wednesday at the
night homq of her
(!Beach during rain storm when Rotarians throughout Florida are | which would continue the an
press rates on articles of food. to
daughter, Mrs Mizcll.
Brody She
struck, by an automobile while walk- making plans to attend the second which state commodity rates are now had sulTvred long with mail between New Yurk and Sun ; ...
annual conention of the consumption. Kmncmcoiu Chicago and Omaha
ing along the Dixie Highway. Bessie thirty-ninth applicable. Reasons
fur the I
given I The remains were laid to rest at Now
Cannon, driver of the car, and a male district, which will be held at Macon, postponement are that the "Inter lfNUtU\\UOU DKCLAItKS:
Hope afternoon.
companion are being detained by the Ga., March 1718. The district is state Commerce Commission has post- to Friday her She loaves \IL\I\IS'I'; ; mi' ': :srOLUMHIA
moron departure several
police. composed of Georgia and all\ that partof poned, unbil further order, the effective and daughters besides host of other suns )
Florida east of the Chattahoocheeriver date S. C.-.A bonus would
of its order in the cine of relatives
und friend
clubs : entire I not be ii n appropriate! reward for I
Automobile owners visiting Florida including twenty-two In "Express Rates in 1022," in so far family have the most heartfeltsympathy
this state. A district for the exnervice men, Senator Osnu
whose cars are provided with temporary president as it pertains to commodity rakes..
cardboard tags, should obtain a the next year will be named. applicable to the interstate transportation in their sad bereavement. I W. Underwood t, of Alabama, dtclur '
Alvin Ruhorii, of Gainesville is '
here in nn address. before the
license tag from their home state for I of tncm-
articles of food and
; visiting relatives in this section.
use on the journey en route back I Mrs. Rose BusKnell! Kent, Ohio, that the railroad commissioner of C. j hers of the South Carolina ironeialinsnombly. :
died at St. from M.Andrew was u visitor to Jacksonville ass"-rling further thai j
home; otherwise they may encounter : Petersburg hospital Florida deem it inexpedient to act in in I
difficulties with local officers in states injuries received when she was struckby in the matter of intrastate week. I bin opinion it would. bt fur more to
an automobile when she was on expr's'lrutos I\IiSM'" Ruhorn und llurrell were the interests of both the public ami
through which they pass. .
on articles nf food to which' intrastate visitors to OwEPJ J.R09ERT
her way to church. J. G. Reeves, con- Lacrosse Frlduy.lIr. I the veterans! at thin time that lux.are .'
commodity rates ann"'" upphablo I L.
A. C'ooku spent part of reduced.1VA'I'SON ,
nected with local
drug store
a was
John Collins, a farmer residing I until final order of thiIn- lust week in Gainesville i iJ _
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arrested and charged with having I i I 4 9ww
four miles north of Fort Meade, is -
| .\J 1M' Marie Ruborn and Valburnitlurreli j i
killed John driven the car that struck the woman. I i IIKAHS: :; PKOIIK) : | f ,
alleged to have shot and Police state that the woman was were guests of Mr. and Mrs. : ON ItONUS JlHiULINC; ,
Collins, a cousin, according to City L A. (make Sunday, ,
found in he street I j ,
of Fort Meadeto dying and taken to I 1
Marshal K. K. Everett
Everett the hospital. Reeves claims he I Hurley Audrew was in Worthing- WASHINGTON senate tins,,, i

whoyi Collins surrendered. the- stopped and helped the woman in the 'I d ton Saturday. |suh-eumnlittu., headed by Senator

claimed he was protecting ambulance and then reported, to the Guy llurrell was on the sick list Watson, Republican, Indiana, wu I
other man's wife when he shot. I'I taut week.i .
police. I' appointed, to jimke inquiry into lie

I i !\ Andrew was a business vUitur recent charges of Thomas W. Millr, |

O. L. Pittman, 70, charged! with the With the swimming season at hand i I I to, Stork Monday. He was ac- [ alien property' euHtodiim, that ,sir I I v .

killing of D. K. Palsgraff, at River and the 'Gator Aquatics limbering "ml.Mined homo by Mr. and Mrs. S. j mutes nn the cost of tho soldier+' : ,

Junction, Friday night was arrested up for action in the near future, thi' 1 Andrew, of Starke. i! bonus had boon "juggled" by (Introiisury .. '
and in the county jail at !Mr and Mrs. Albert
placed question of a swlmmm'hole for F'lur Surrency and department. I
Quincy. The shooting was a resultof ida's swimmers again looms up on -n, Mallic, passed through our sec- I

a dispute between Pittman and W. the horizon of student affairs at a 'lion .Sunday. IOOI.IIKK\) : s'lors )'IUAJI.'I10SS -:\'- I +

D. Snivey over a small strip of land Gainesville. The new swimming pool I 1 Mr und !Mrs. Sam Harrell and roit n\sii! I

between their places of residence.Dr. will be constructed in the near fut daughter, l Louise, were the guests ofn I OK HIIKNANDOMI\ ,

tire, but just how soon, it is now impossible ; e .( .> Huirell and wife Sunday.TIIKHKSSA I YATL&

Frederica V. Coville, chief to say, according to Dr. R I' Orders by President Coolidge, to

botanist of the United States depart- G. Manchester, committeeman look I I I stop preparations for the flight of the I .

ment of agriculture, has been in ing after the matter, who says the .1 big dirgiblp airship, Shenandoah, to .... ,....
Tallahassee for several days inves- probabilities are still in the unsettled I 1'h.'reIlMI1Ia! 3.-Mr. and Mrs. the North )'ull! this summer has UIUH' "" ,
tigating the blueberry outlook. He state regarding the pool. a 'r (t Tnest and, sons, Sidney andJames ed a lot of satisfaction In Europe: ,it !!': \l'llti fJl.''tJA'> ,.. ....aft 1

has gathered a number of specimens a I Miss Uertie Swindel, Wilmot'has been learned, and especially poMi'RcN1 .

of blueberry blossoms!' which have | Orown and G. P. Neal motored over I'r ante, Germany and Russia. tAt
Alterations be
are soon to madeon taut President Coolidge found
for ,to Waldo Saturday. I Advice from! t Kurope: to the effect :
been shipped to Washington the Leon county court house that I| are two attorneys the .otu was will-
study. will cost 7,900.: The contract already P. M. Geiger and C. A. Youngblood ( that/ those three countries life ing to ,," <-i pt a. Federal Counselto

has been let and the work will Thaiswhat were visitors to Starke! Saturday. If i iiaudu preparing to attempt\ to reach the pros|, ate investigation of the
I and Miss Wilma May were North Polo by air this summer and naval oil reserve land \I""*"*.
Tampa should have a thirty-foot begin as soon as material can be Millionsofwomen Owen J. Roberts In from PhtladelFids -
channel in its. harbor, said Cornish : shipped. H. J. Klutho, Jacksonville M-iting their grandparent., Mr. and explore the millions of square milesof and Atlee I'omerene in a>

Bailey field secretary for the National architect who planned reconstructionof i Mr. T. M. Ha an in Hampton Satur- land believed to lie in the Artie'regions former niocrbtlu Senator from
: ibi! %. which Ohio.YCS130XIN6 .
Rivers and Harbors Congress. the state capitol, drew the plans done j may valuable
If Tampa expects to continue the for remodeling of the court house have I w. A. .(ones was among the visitors mineral deposits such as eon I, gold!

port development that she has made wo wings, These plans cull for h, ail, with i

in the past three years on a propor- These plans call for the addition of

tionate scale, she'll almost have it, two wings, enlargement of the court
CfL Y.!!!!! MEH6' I. T'rER is yHC STILL 6Love4, Yeti, 1 KNOW
lie said. i room. The central portion of thi 'HOME
I Ie facade will be treated ,in clnisunl" -
Only 200 persons were inmates of; style of architecture, with the exterior Being uniforttt SWEET GLovec ? %

almshouses in Florida on December I walls finished in tinted stum< ", dependable --cr :
and -r'
3J), 1923, the last day for which the spCll HOME ,J J ".., rT

figures were compiled by the federal Arthur R.: Donegan, former pre
tatisticans, according to information dent of the First National Rank of any A5Ctlon '

received from the Department of St. Cloud and of the Citizen's Bank $redi nts Otcn Thinks II \

Commerce Washington D. C. This of Kissimmee, faces a term of three bakteday, << Sht Doctn'l MrmMaybe

compares to a total of 78,070 for the yean in a federal prison.). This action 1 tsgA! No powususT"T: I FilLer

entire United States. 'followed' an announcement from New HHA'

I I Orleans that the district court of r

John B. Stetson, Jr., president of 'appeals had upheld the sentence imposed I f III I

the Florida Historical Society, is now by the district court last -
f1 by i
in Spain with two people in his employ March. Donegan has been free undera rfll

digging out of the archives of $'',000 bond since the filing of his j C ? T TerryCilkison t

Seville and Madrid largo quantities 'appeal. He was formerly member of 60 t.nwf .

of material in the Spanish language 'I the Florida senate from Oscoela -. ,.

dealing, with the history of this county. The government convicted 4 UtOC Aer.e ,a

state according to Dr. Lincoln Hull ''I him of misapplication of funds in BEST .-

l Icy, president-of Stetson Uuiversity. 'connection with the failure of the BY AND So SH6 f4O ITHEP wAN'TDOESN -IT WAS A -
St. Cloud bank in 1917. FAULT Howl THAT? TYPOORAPHICALTH6 futj1a
T KNOW ; .
After receiving new bids for the TESTfiafofany Mow ii) COOK AT ALL t. I EaRuR +N '

ale of R20 acres of submerged -land Reprexentntives from Key West -.-- ..YOU 'SEE COOK soon( tas.t't

adjacent to Virginia Key, off Miami probably will jro to South Atlantic -' III [ 3'

Beach, trustees of the Coastal Highway Association conven- i'l' ''' v lI II .o.IQ
provement Fund postponed further,tion to be held in Savannah, Ga., Sales 2t rimes as'mllclulS P+ ,.", "''ot",; 4 '

consideration of the matter. The bidders April 78. The Chamber of Commerce otterJbranct

were given the privelege of revising has been asked to name "

their bids for reeubmlssion. delegates and efforts will be made to ONE Pi TEN .h' J"IIJ' :'

The bids ranged from $100 to $27' an have several residents represent Mon- NceieHIng a little wour.d, cut or, abras .' ..
acre. roe county at the meeting. The last ion of the flesh m.iy ill rJu,,, ttum out often (
convention of the association held rouse no prmt Sl.!!. nt K 0 or u onvpm- I ,
Habitual Constlptuon CureJ last record once, but it w tho one ewe in serf) that I
year, went on as heartily
In 14 toll Days raiiae blmxi fowfjiur,% "''!.jaw or a .
favoring the construction of a road chronic festering .or,. Tho' dir"(rt.f, .
a 8
. c-LaxaefrHintua from Key West to the mainland. M/ct' and bent couris to diai feet tho I
prepared Syrup + Now that the has wound with liquid Doro/one ami apply
Constipation. It relieves ;promptly' b'r county provided i COUNTIM-
l the Ittimxttae Fowdi\ in tho
should be taken regularly for 14' !M\ 1a! $300,000 to dart work on the rQad'IIV ''healing cnmpHa. CUItL6 .IN A

'IMuc..relluJar, ..twin IcSUmu'am' '. Is t)".','.h( H,.. tho .-a-itinR 1 I --, .I l "S prr.I'w'e;',..,!, r ;to.}. ,liquid ncl 60..V.80 ... ,t.3. ..r ............ -w /
.._. "ltle. may -p ..?.1.; extend some u.d to i... All Drug otoree J J I t t7 .-- .. ._ .


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WRIGLEY TELLS WHY for installation of boulevard lighting I BOBBED HAIR BANDIT Pastor. Evening worship at 7:30.( The last

Bradford County Telegraph liE SPENDS MILLIONA system on Central avenue. CAUGHT DY POLICE sermon in the series on "Three Things

--- --- ---- .- -.' '-- .. .. .- -.. YEAR IN PAPERS South Jacksonville-Construction I BAPTIST CHUCH BULLETINThe to Control" will be presented by the
-- :
: well under way on Gamble & :Stockton -I PHILADELPHIA.Philadelphia's I pastor. Much interest has been,

Published weekly-nnd entered as William Wrigley says: brick and tile plant. i I bobed hair bandit was captured by' regular services of the church taken in these sermons by both tin

second class!' matter, nt the post I "I believe in newspaper advertising. Fort Myers-$30,000; Elk's home police in a pistol battle with her will be held on Sunday. members of the church and the

office at Starke Florida. I spend about a million a year for Ito I be built soon I male acomplices who escaped after The Bible school meets at 0:45 a. m. public. We are pleased with tlv

= _. ,. newspaper space to tell the world Tarpon Springs First National seriously wounding one patrolman. with fifteen minutes of presence of so many strangers at the

K. B. MATTIIKWS _. ___________Otrnar. about the goods I have to sell." Bank building to be erected on Tar- i The girl gave her name as Dorothy opening service which splendid sons services especially the men who hnve
proves a
t J. C. RO1IINBON ---Man.ghg Editor. "Nearly everybody reads the pen avenue. I Rodgers and admitted having for the work of teaching. the work of completing the new road
%r I papers and they are the most effective I! participated in the robbery Tuesday preparation I .
Prof. Wiggins is looking for record We feel that men who find a phu>
medium to reach the buying Using a penny to replace a burned- night of a chain: grocery store the a
I I! in the public worship God's hou attendance
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYSUBSCRIPTION public quickly and often." out fuse is courting danger and heavy ,! police Raid. Her capture_ followedan j on Sunday. be
Lord's Day trusted to id l
may "
loss shown fire unsucessful to hold I Divine Worship at 11:30:: when the
[ as by a recent at attempt upa
Rood work on anything that they
SEND SELECTED SHrN ;jlola, Kansas declares the Kansas shoe store, whose manager fright- seventh chapter of the book on may
RATE ( Missions" 1 hp engaged" in. Such men are a
i BONES:: TO CHINA TO Committee on Public Utility Informa- ened the bandits by shouting for help. 'Stewardship and will be
credit to the community and the
P.r Year _______ __ .__ .__$2.00 MAKE MAli JONGG !SETS tion. When a penny is so used the considered. This chapter deals with
A welcome
I c6untry. warm awaits
Methods I nth I
I protection afforded by fuse is lost "Stewardship e
-- -' a MAY ASK COTTON AID I' those who desire to share in the
of vital
Church subject importance
GALVESTON, Tex.- Three car- as a straight connection Is estahlish- [ a -
( spiritual benefits that the church afford
loads of selected shin bones from ,er. "Penny wise is pound foolish." 1 to all Christians. Bring your -
I book. on the "First Day of the
et slaughtered at Chicago pnckI I
cows a !
from the
will he
I house were exported from Galveston government Senior and Intermediate B. Y.. P. U. .

1 on the steamship Patrick I Senator Smith Democrat South I at 0:30: p. m. At this time all chil- Week"J.
Political Announcfimnls- Carolina, notified the senate for thei
dren from nine to twelve of
llnr/ \' for Japan for the manufacture years L. FRAZEE
I i holding cotton from the market If
oi Muh Jongg sets. The United age will gather in the auditorium of
a step
prove necessary
I States and South America is said to FOR STATE SENATOR the church for the purpose of organizing -
To the TVmocratli olwtoni of Fifteenth' an an offset to attempts he alleged LAWPOSTOFFICE
have caused a large demand for the R'na'lorInl District of Florida : I rraprctfulily I a Junior Union under the
bones t nollclt, your support for rannmlnntlon. InMini were being made to depress pricesin direction of the pastor. Parents will BUILDING
primary aa your atnte nenator for soil the face of the existing shortage. I
I nifftript. which mbracea the corotirs* of Rrftrifonl I please aid in having the children out STARKE, FLA.
No. 4951 and Union. V. E. KNIGHT. I'I'I
FLORIDA GROWTH at that hour.


k Association) I hc rihy announce myself" an n candidate PLACED IN' JAIL
I in group oat for nomination; for the mace. ofrmmonutivo ,
t St. Petersburg-7500,000 office and In the leitlnlnturo' from Brad
ford county, subject to the JTllun of 'I
theater building to be erected.JacksonvilleContract I I pcmoaratla primary to bo held June Ird. 10S4 the JAMESTOWN, N. Y.-The Rev. .-

e TUB LEVELER to be let for I.I rrantctfully voter solicit and.the If ...""ort of all Frederick Harold Johnson, Mansfield
pfinoeratlc elvctcd. promise
construction of McGirt's and Trout I faithful and coniiclentloiiM srrviro.EVERETT Ohio was formally charged with _
We have heard of the angel of I I I : M. JOHNS i, FRESH E MEATS
I creek bridges. violating the Mann Act in bringing
life the angel of death the recording I
Florida Banana Growers' Association FOot IIEPRF.8ESTATrVE-CltOUP TWO Pearl I. Daubenspeck, church soloist
angel and even the avenging angel. 'I I her*by annminco myself ait n candidate --
who' reports of growing bananas In' for a member. of the House of KeiircMntativmfrom to Jamestown for alleged immoral I II
of the angel
what is the title II
liradford Conily.' Fla. grout No. 2. purposes. Arraigned before United
things in life-he who rewards commercial quantities rapidly Increasing subject to the Pt-mocratle. primary of June 9. i I Ilea't, I
evens up t
thioughout state. 11024. I mrnratlr solicit the mipport of the States Commissioner Erward R.I j i
virtue and punishes! evil, who ,I yours. In the coming primary. If elected I ,
I promiM to work! for the best Interest of DrailforH Bootey, he pleaded not guilty and was
elevates the humble and lowers the South JacksonvilleConstructionof I county and the state' of Florida. Re.nert held for the federal grand jury. |
proud? Although his existence Bowden- Sunbeam road being I fully W. O. DUVALL.
!( Johnson could not furnish bail and I
should be almost as evident an that rushed to completion.
r I I FOR COUNTY JVDCB a deputy United States marshal took
cf the angel of death, yet it has not Everglades drainage board plans to I I hereby, announce myself a candidate for him to the Erie county jail at Buffalo. ] I
the office' of County JuUire of Bradford
Atlantic Ocean with Gulf of coun-
been noticed and this real or ap- connect I tv. I refer the voters to my record durinff ,'

parent functionary has had no title Mexico via Lake Okeechobee and I I the term. I have held this office In the pant I !
and I earnestly eolfcit their support. at the AMENDMENTS) DRAWN TO I
conferred upon him. canals on east coast. comlnir. primary. If elected I promlite to .
Beach-Florida Pine I discharge the duties of the office to the beet I I WAR RISK INSURANCE
and conscientious West Palm
He Is very busy so of my ability, according to law and without .

till very few good or bad, are apple Growers' Association perfects fear, ...or. _.favor., --___tWO, ,, ',_,A. ,'GARDINER. I j :

neglected and it can only be throughover marketing in organization. FOR SHERIFF I WASIIINGTON.-Thirty specific

work that he misses anybody.All Mount Dora-Rtfpid progress being; I Sheriff I hereby" of Bradford announce county myself and a candidate If elected for I amendments to the existing: war risk
What is than broiled steak
come under his jurisdiction. He made on new road connecting Crooked mae efficient administration of the she... I i insurance act are proposed in a bill more appetising a ;

works upon the principle that "as Lake drive with Bolloaux Manor. (equally IIf'. office.applied I to stand on. for and low all. without enforcement fear (I for the relief of disabled veterans for supper these evenings? It makes the meal. kT k ke
.. favor. I shell appreciate the support of i which has been drawn up by the .
Pierce-Contract to be let for
others shall d Fort
you do to others, so >ito I I. voters at the primary. June flrd. I
you" and "as ye deal with my I construction of new high school W. M. (MITCH) EDWARDS. National Legislative committee of I tIthe II

i contemned so with you my grace I I building. I I hereby Announce myself a candidate" for I I American Legion based on : SPECIALS I II

shall deal." Thus he who sows the Noma-First carload of sweet I county. If to ren-lerted the' office twill.of Sheriff aa lit of the Bradfordeeecon na t. I I resolutions adopted at the last legion

good seed') of kindness shall never I potatoes shipped to market from this ,op., no palna In the full duchanre. of all the ,, convention Chairman Johnson of the
,duties of the office, and I carneatly aolieit themipport
1, lack friends, and this after all, is the I' point. I of the voters at the ensuing. primary.Rmpoctfully. (I newly created standing committee on I

greatest blessing we can enjoy in I Rock Bluff-Local turpentine business W. J. EPPERSON. world war veterans' legislation said For Friday and Saturday Only I

life for surrounded by friends we : changes hand, extensive operations I hereby announce myself. aji a eanJldnl"1 he would introduce the bill in tho !I II
I for ftherfff of Bradford county I am house. I I
can defy poverty and misfortune. planned. acquainted. with the dutien of the office' and' I BUTTER pound 55c
I The industrious man is rewarded Vero Work started doubling prrimUe. .If eluded to discharge them to the Outstanding among the proposed! |I per
I 'utmost of my ability with equal juntioe to
With plenty. The honest man is capacity of Edwards tomato packing all. I earmwtly solicit the support of the amendments are those which would BEST SIRLOIN STEAK, per pound 30c
I I voter at the ensuing. primary
I ... always trusted; he inspires confidence I house. __ A. R. permit veterans of all wars to receive BESS TOP ROUND STEAK, per pound 25c
treatment in
and if in need of aid, i i9 not denied it. Quincy Development of waterpower FOR CLERK; or THE (' AT.VARF.7.1 I Veterans' Bureau Fresh pork regular fresh hams pound 20c I
hospitals, for disabilities per
lie who is a faithful steward and docs | in Ocklocknoo river swamp X hereby announce myself a .. not trace-
re-election to the office of Clerk of the Circuit able
i the bent with the pound entrusted to I under consideration ourt of Hrndford' county. nnbfect\ to the to war service and would ex- Pigtails and spare ribs, per pound I3c
action of the voters at the coming primary. tend from three to five
Construction of 12 years
him will be remembered when a i Dunnellon I
I June Ird I appreciate the dot ea of thin Important Oleomargerine, per pound 35c II
trustworthy and capable man Is needed I mile stretch of state highway between office but feel that I. am qualified! discharge from service the period I
I to dlftcharire them. Hnvtnit nerved the pub- within which '
and he will be exalted.On I here and Romeo progressing lie b..fore,' the voter are well able to judirena tuberculosis a nervous '
I t to my fftneft for the office, and if thevohnone or organic disease developed I|
the other hand the dishonestman rapidly. to elect m. I promlne faithful and' Variety Meat\ Market
will be mistrusted and under I Luke Worth- Contract to be let efficient, ."rvl... Your support in repneetful- by a former servue man would be I

:I suspicion at all times the unfeelingone ,I for improving Ifi streets and 14 al- I I ly. solicited.- ___--(i. W._-.ALDERM\N._ presumed to have been contracted i
hated the proud fi-nrcd! shunned l lleys. Meats
I hereby. announce myself n cnndMnte forreelection Quality
4 i and at last brought down and tha, i i Fort I\lyt'rll-State highway from In the. offce of county atiporlntcndent ,
.f Bradford Htihitet to
of school county
schemer will be caught in the trap Georgia line to this city to be hard- the primary on fnnc Ird I promlwo If nomInnU'd To Cure a CIltlln One flay Next Door to Bank of Starke Phone 1 I24gNSURANCE
I and .1..t..I.! to Perform t the ilutleH. of Take LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE' (Tnhleta
he has sot for others. % The angel surfaced. the offlcu to the bent of my ability I solicit maps thnTomah and tired !Iend i I work of -- _._
who docs the leveling in human life I Avon Park-New $50,000 factory the vol.' of every voter In the eounty Re.iwctfiirty >old t Kbli0khr; bignuturrtora.hlot.. .".. -- !
submitted. H n. WIC INS -
often works in a .thcntricul manner. lof Avon Canning company begins/ -.. -

In this respect he is an artist and in operation giving employment to 100 FOR TAX ASSESSOR! ++'++++.+++++++++++'F++++a+t : '.
applying "poetic justice" he has an | workers with weekly payroll close to I am a eitntlMnt for nomination to the of-
.I flee of county nanor of Oases of Bradford
j ingenuity that is marvellous. Some $2,000. county and wp.cKuHy spelt your cooperaMrm ;
and mir." In the Democratic primaryeltfct'ott i
0'? of his doings'" we read of In the papers I West Palm Deach-$7,000,000 contract '' to b* held" June fl. 103.) T assure van. ;
learn that evildoer let for construction of 200-miU lint t I deeply nopr**<*tnf f* the ..."n'n.. amt services4l
day; we no
support you haw rtwn m. In the pod, and That's Our Business I
can escape punishment, no hypo- stretch of new Seaboard railroad taut. that tnjr offtelal record may hnvi..'your' I I
approval for another l form. Rrar frtfnil. '
crite can hide his real character no from this point to Wildwood. I I N.D. WMNWRICHT FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH

nutter how sly he may be; how the Palma! 'oln Park-Work of laying! I I,I PRESBYTERIAN i i i

proud are unceremoniously thrown paving and curbs in several streets :'for I horehv the oflTIfif nrumtieo tux mynel mor n.* of a pnndWitt nrndrnrd, t tCfitmty I AUTOMOBILE BONDSAgency :

from their high pedestals and HO on. well under way. I I mMivt to the a.llol"t the Pttnn.rrRlle The series of discourses! given byl: ,
voters nt the rrlmnt-v door t 1"21 Iffti
Wo may not read of the thousands New cotton mills and extensions : >i'tid f nvt>mt.p to fnithfnlly:I rcrform. thrduties Dr. A. B. Winchester at the Presbyterian | r&taMisried 1886

" whose bosoms arc torn by guilty confidences completed In 1023 added 484,001 ,I' of.if The all work off'.rn.connected kpoplntr n fhor''.<.nn" II'coirriTord v.-.,.
and who "grunt and sweat spindles and 14,098 looms to textile I Hieclfully. _______ .\. \: H\ZEV days have been most profitable and''

under a weary name" which they plants of the country principally In I POll TAX COLLECTOR enjoyable to the people of Starke. ('I

u know their dishonesty or hardheartedness i the South; North Carolina led the T Cftmlldnte nervhy\ announce fnr roetoct to f the
have conferred upon them. development with 176,223 spindles ., Ins ci>TI"*etr>r. ."hJ.ot to the will o* nil who heard him expound the I
I l Ih. T'irpir nt the romlnir Prmnerntle prlmnr
Very often the proud and unsci-upu- and (VlflR looms. ,I frctlon In be held. Juno r. 124 HmmUlnr Scriptures in so wonderful\ n way. ,
I Oflnmlo Seaboard Air Line If rrroieetrd.' the acme pnmonnl goiiHeoiw anr1t'ff'cfcnt : will be held e I s
lous man's former victim is elevated servlre In the future a. In the pn.tI unsay services as

while his tormentor is brought to the I f re in lit depot to be built on west I will nppnwfate your vote. Slnrerelv. \ ul1l.
Central avenue. I :;1I1'dIchool at 10 a. m.

dust.The oijly safe way to live la to follow Ppnll/u'ola-Shlpmenta of lumber I the I office hereby of announce tax collector myself of Bradford n candidate.'countv fo* Preaching services at 11 and 7:30: .

the golden rule and do to others and timber to foreign points steadily I solicit the support of the voters of the Coos o'clock,
ty. and ff elected I a faithful dinermnre I
i as we wish them to do to us. With Increasing./ I of the dutlea { said: afftce R.: neet. J, J. HEDGES,1

this precept in mind we can look Panama City Growers In this fully submitted.B.._ _. M PO\V LINO Minister. V
.11 fi-II
any man
life and death in the face with calm I vicinity dividing' acreage between FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER; nHT 1i I I the Jis-"SAVING I..tHll" 1
I i I hereby announce myself n t a cundlinlfttr ( I I i y'I
h ness. cotton and 'grapes. > Countv CommlHiiloner. PUtrlet No It I CHURCH OF CHRIST r i is on" of the bv d t Ih ] In t\ J ;

I Bluff Springs-Plant of Martin e.m..r'.lnl Brooker. and N,w River If eKeied. .- > the -.crtd to ctil'Ua1; end I +.i f
I faithful and efficient' *rnrmI .
promise '
veneer company begins operation on I lance of the a dutlea of the ntT c... and'pi I'lKiES APPROPRIATIONS:\/ I always for' the .best intereata of th. hli ;upV of the power c. t
full-time schedule\ output one carper they iiiul unto me: Let us go to -
KOU FI.OKIDV IIUII.DINCS: ntin county ReepectfullyA. up f'i- d liar SAVrU. If.v +ill T1 wn'liue
day. I H SURRFNCY he house of the Lord." Why shouldhe "
I m a.iv yojr.jj X -1 tee r +v ,rl
I Defuniak Springs-200 acres to be I MFafflFR' SCHOOL i i B01RD-DIPT.-; .--, be !glad? To the house of tho ( !>' n i
WAS!IiXGTON:.- Senator Fletcher The friends of Rev L. W. Klckliter, ask for
this Lord is '
in sweet good to because
I planted potatoes season his re-eleetlon aa a member. of the Board of a place go it "W
of }Florida made a vigorous | Lakeland. Contract let or construction I Public Instruction for district No. 1 of Bradford is the radial center from which come ji ''VuvWiT6
speech in the sennte urging the county. Mr. Kiekllter bu riven the ptI Y rr! T >
of new apartment house to I most ftatiafaction brine. the several term he and co the best people of earth. It
necessity of immediate passage of cost $11.000.Orange hoe served on the board and... we consider It. is where we meet God, and the molt MwJ&i.Ac-rr iiaSv'I f
to the Interest of the vnl. and the county
legislation making appropriation for I county contains 22,107 that hia servlcee be eontinu..l. faithful of God's people. Therefore, I "

post purchased office buildings on sites already acres of grove properties with 1,2(58( I MVNY FRIENDS.. no s'M 1f respecting man will "getangry 4 tl "c: rpvnri, (to nake /1t' eA At a, ,. '

and for buildings where 789 223,151: grapefruit MY.TRE"ci ROARD-DIST. NeT"l or feel insulted when invitedto .
orange trees I "hereby announce myself A candidate for' :t m. bi reiiyioUH du.y tee- n :
the amount appropriated is hot ade- trees 53,280 tangerines 1,141 lime member of the school hoard district Xo. 3 go to the house of God. save a portion of hu r:rp.injs. and "aalt it.Hown'i Fn 'h! ,
quate. ''It nominated and elected"" 1 promise a faithful :a 'Irs Rank. '\ ,
trees 473 lemon trees! and 367 kum- of office the Bible School and Communion next
I discharge of the duties the to ." It...;
/VI'sGS help to m-v-H ehara.tT. If
Under such a plan Florida would trees.Pensacota. rest of niy ability I solicit the vote of every Sunday at 10 you
five quat I !>*rm>eriit In the primary; to be held, June IrdR a. m. i .pyre iiirobKh a pacr.it_ ; a lift e d-nr. without" now ;
secure appropriations to erect -Hotel costing $1,100, I ...i....tfully. !IJ.: wYNN. Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject of ( date il en of tuxurie; a ban flow an ffc-n on a trnvs.A -
buildings on sites already securedat 000 and bathing! pavilion costing I the" sermon will be "Five Things' ..A : < Make your: flomiiiiint houxlu that of SAVING; +1tliccauge

Lake City, Kissimmee Key West $250,000; to be built at end of Gulf ,II I To Stop a Cough Quick: Which Every Christian :Must Cln- SAVING M KS TT. SCCI :S.
and De Funiak Springs and also an take ; This Ca.k olcrs > o "Thrift fccp" for your avinj.
Reach highway.) : HAYES' HEALING HONEY sider. The sermon will be delivered '
A-plaeo where INT ?REST works day and night, and
' appropriation to Increase the build- \popka-l1l'rollt. in State Dank cough medicine which. stops the cough; by under five heads viz: : W Lai
1 ,I r never misses a t iau'c: ; at.d whirr you. SAV1XUU
and irritated
the inflamed tissuco.
ing fund haling
a new building at The HOUJ SAFE.
of Apopka show increase of $100,000 ,, 1. Lord's I ,
Marietta. A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
over last year.Building I i' SALVE for Chest Cold, Head Colds and 2. The Lord's Word. r'

,, In Florida. in 1923 coat I II Croup h enclosed with every bottle of 3. The Lord' Table.

SKiNS lin.NUS) HILL total of Ml,591,619 in twenty citiesreportlnll' IIA YES' IIEAUNG HONEY. The salve 4. The Lord's Day.
I I should be rubbed on the chest: and thror. THE BANK OF STARKE
:. The
a gain of 40.2& per centover Lord' Money.
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup .
ALBANY, N, Y.--Governor Smith ; their figure. for 192.3.KissimmeeExtensive |I The IIlIn4.lfrrt of Ha. "..' Healing Honey In These five things! represent worship \ The Bank of Helpful Service

signed the soldiers' bonus bill, I'rovld-I tree planting Ue the throat corabloed. with the .allo.ft1 ell.rovr meditation, communion reverence d
I > U-Peo-Trate Salve throudh tie pats u.
ing lor the distribution of the proceeds ( on Saint Cloud road Orlando the. >>Ul soon. MOP a_ and trtvinir. All are invited to Starke, FloridaII [
well Both remedle. are perked la MM carton add thethat hear the ,
of a $43,00,000 bond issue )I road and Ruby avenue under of the combined treatment U JSc. fJuat morning sermon.

among New York state citizens who I way. I ask your druggist for HAYES' Preaching In the evening at 7:30.:

i served In the world war. St. Petersburg-Contract to be let HEALING HONEY. W. E. DAUGHERTY, .
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1, I Mrs. L, F. Smith has as a guest, Geo. C. Livingston, of Tampa, leaving the army, at the expirationof FOR SALE-Runner seed peanuts,

I I Mrs. Melvinn Buski, from Indiana. pent Wednesday and Thursday with their three year enlistment period )i per bushel, 8 cents per pound, ,

j I his sister, Miss' Kate Livingston. has failed and campaigns! to secure f.o. b. Lowell, Fla. H. T. Hall Co.

Bits oi L.ocnlInformation ,@ j Col. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville\ i I'recruits have met with little or no Lowell, Fla. 222tf.

was a visitor here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Curtis and success. ,II

: I I Charles W. Curtis, of Boston, Mass., i!I FOR SALE-Fordson tractor In A-l

I I Mrs. R. T. Osteen, of Brooker, who were enroute homo from Miami, EUWAUD FLAYS DRY BUREAU' order with extra rims, fenders and

spent the week-end with her sister, spent. Saturday with Mrs. E. L. i' : top; also double gang disk and

e Concerning Our Brown. 'I tho double bottom plow, good ai new.
.o People, Easiness ana Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. I WASHINGTON.Denouncing
Progress in the County and Town. (' I II I I,prohibition bureau as being "drunk Outfit, $100.00 cash of bnnknblu

:Men sec the new spring' line Capt. S. A. Bryan was a business'with power," Senator Edwards, I, papers. F.; J. Pattoo, Starke. 3-j.It.
I visitor down on th o East Coast last''Democrat _.
(of straw hats. J. 51. Alvarez. of Jersey, demanded
-- --- .J week. Mrs. Bryan, who has been in the senate that the senate take HAIRDRESSER-opvn for appoint.

Mrs O. L. Reusley spent Tuesdayin I You will miss something worthwhile I Dr. Frank Ward, of Fitzgerald, visiting relatives at Tltusville, returned some action to prevent law violation { ments, shampooing, scalp treat-

Jacksonville I! if you arc not present at the I|Co., spent Sunday with his uncle, P. home with.him. tiy dry agents. I j merits, waving, facials and mani

I, opening of Goo. F. Young's store E. Canovn. He declared the shooting of Sunn- !', curing. Mrs. C. MacNuill, Tele-

A. A. Ilazen, of Brooker, was in Starko, Saturday, March 15th. .Strawberry cups and crates at tor Frank Green, Republican, of Vermont ': phone 3r S-7-tt.

Starke Monday. Dr. M. B. Herlong of Jacksonville\ Kickliter's.Mr. during a fight between dry ,
W A N T E Furnished
I for
Mrs. J. L. Briggs, of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here on professional agents and bootleggers/ had climaxed"a rooms
Everwear Bilk hose, $1, $1.60, $2, came Monday and' was the guest of (j business. While in town Dr. Herlong and Mrs.\ Al. J. Perrin, Hof long series of outrages" on the light houao-kepping. T. D. Proctor,

all colors at Sternber '.. I her sister, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Toronto Canada, who have been part of enforcementMALPHUKSDEAN oft1COJ"'l. I.rlntlnoffice./ 1
I I I Griffin. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lazono: --
Buy your hay, feed and fertilizers '
left in their for
Wednesday car
L. Wyman and L. J. Wyman spent
from N. B. Hall.
I good place, taking Ford first
car as
Friday in Waldo. I This office has recently hired Mr. Columbus, Ga. i
I I payment and giving good terms on
Mrs. Alma McMillan, of Jacksonville Harold F. De Volpi to operate its Mr. Jimmie :Malphurs and 1\lls8' balance. Seab Crosby, St. Petersburg
Dan Roco, of Palatka, was a business linotype machine. Mr.. De Volpi is 111'm,1 Mrs. T. C. Morris and -
spent Sunday with her parents, Jennie Mae Dean were united In mar- : FU. 2-15-H
children motored to Jacksonville
visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lagergren. a deaf young man and comes from triage Sunday' Feb. 17th, at the home -
Saturday and returned home Sunday
New York state. of :Mrs. W. I). Malphurn: Judge H.
WANTED-Responsibla man or woman
I !
afternoon. While in tho
Miss Daisy !Moore, of Theressa, I city ''
Royal Society packages at Sternberg9. 'Green performing the marriage ,''' A'I In every community In South
here Mrs. J. M. Marquis and two children ,were the guests of Mrs.
was Monday shopping. Morrls'l mony.\ Ruth young people art n- i Florida to take subscription forth
been '!mother l\ra. M. A. Stokes.
of Jacksonville\ who have
i I dents of Starko! and! live many friends ,, Tampa Dally Times. Liberal
George C. White last weekin visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I '
spent I Men's ready-to-wear will be on who will wish. them happiness
commissions all tlmt. Forpartl'ulllrs
Orlando j W. L. Wall, left Monday for a short The B. II. S. are weekly enrollingnew ,(I or spare
on a Business trip. sole nt Young's store, opening day, I write Circulation Department -
pupils, the number this
{ Saturday, !March 15th. Bo there. stay ia Melrose. among Th. Tampa Tim*, Turn-
House dresses and bungalow ( Week were Ona Reddish! form Daytona '

aprons at Sternberg's.II. I I Gary Ennis and Earl Roberts, of Kainlt salt and acid phosphate atHull's. who entered the seventh grade! ; : 'ENTAWOR1ICOLUMN\ pa, Fla. 12-t1-tt
I Louise Pitta from and, -------
|I the U. of F., have been here for a TAMPA 1UTSINKSS: _COLLROR. of
C. Wall went to Jacksonville : short visit with relatives this week. Virginia Weeks, from Brooker, who
Monday to attend U. S. court. I Mrs. R. A. Weeks, Miss Margaret entered the ninth grade. : Tampa, Flu., will .start !Ii months'

Mrs. L. A. Wynn and little Shriver, Miss Hawkins! Mrs. John I I courses in Famous Gregg Short

: Mrs. E. L. Brown spent several daughter Elaine, of Hampton, are 'Shriver and Lewis Shriver, of Growers attention-Will! haw hand and Touch Typewriting, Bookkeeping

,J days in Jacksonville last week. I spending! the wek with Mrs. F. A. I Brooker, attended the Spring) Minstrel Snowflake and Tucker's Favorite FOR SALE-Hatching eggs. A few and Accounting, Telegraphy / -
seed 1 in few J. F.
corn days.
Monday evening.
. Scott. settings from Single Comb White and Railroad Agency !March 1:

j II. M. Cross, of Ocala, spent :Monday Klckliter. Leghorns, large birds, heavy layers and 10. Finest training b.y! expert

here looking after business. Field and garden seed at N. B. Misses' Ruby Proctor and Mary I' $:!.OO for K Arthur Wood, teacher Positions secured. Will
Hull's. Lake Among those who registered nt the
Richard and Mr. Wm. Dekle, of
i Pinewood Poultry \FarmStarke." It* you come? 2.29.3t'I
Buy your dress patterns at Stern- j Butler, crime over Wednesday evening Hotel Marion during! the past week I

berg's.A. Very little produce is going forward I' to attend the show. were T. M. lonls, of Lacrosse, H. II. I I 1-I-

I at this time, carrots and beets I Crane, of Atlanta, B. C. Howard, of II

A. Durden and son( Robert, of i i making up the bulk of the ship. | SPECIAL SALE Women's :Jacksonville, T. W. Brown, of Jacksonville I II
G. P. llumlin Lake City, I
Hampton, motored here Tuesday. I ments. suede shoes, $7..">0 ,,value reduced I -
I find Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Kline, of
to $5.00; for 10 days only. I )
Orville Griflla, of the University :I Get the strawberry plants that are ':J. AI. Alvarez. Palatka.

of Florida, spent the weekend here.I true to name. W. P. Allen & Co.,
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I I Salisbury, Md. Leave your orders L. M. Gray and family have recently Confidence
I I Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns motored moved into the Pottit house;
at N.. B. Hull's store.
James Shepard, of Citra, is spend ,
I I to Hampton and spent the day witth and R. Gray and family have moved
ing few days here with his family. :
I Mr. anil Mrs. E. M. Davis motoredto ;relatives on Wednesday. into the Ford house on N. Wnlnu
!, street. Messrs. GrIlY are employedon fI
Have that new suit made to Archer Saturday for a short visit ,
A. Z. Adkins spent Wednesday InMacclenny the road work for Bradford,
with.Ir!\ !!. Davis' parents, Mr. and
Nat Sternberg. The
measure by I'I i attending to legal busi county. confiernce of the community in a bank
Mrs. Anderson.Get .
is its
I greatest element of strength.
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W. E. Torode, of Lawtey, was a t !
I Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Kirkpiilnek,
the strawberry plants that are
business visitor in Starke Tuesday. II I
true to name. W. F. Allen & Co., I Mrs. Otis Barge and children: of Mr. and :Mrs. E. C. Bcthune, G. M. The strength of our bank is evidenced by the j

Salisbury, Md. Leave orders Atlanta, Mr. and !Mrs.'Clyde\ Alvarez Ilenfroe, D. G. llyder, L. A. Conned confidence of its large number of depositorsand
II. O. Brown, of Jacksonville) spent your
I at N. B. (Hull's store. and Mrs. Anna M. Johns, of Jacksonville G. C. Hurrell, Mr. IIhiIrtl.: .1. .1..1Poiiey satisfied customers, among whom are some of 1.
the weekend in Starke with his
family. !I : spent the first of the week at are here this week in the interest the best people in the county.

You can save 10( to 23 percent on Kelly Cottage on Kingsley Lake.I of the Wrought Iron l Itnnr'1 f j
I I Company. Our directors are composed of the best men o
Mrs. Mamie Garris spent Friday your purchases by coming! to Young'sSaturday
( I the county who actually direct the affairs of the
store March 15th. S. R.Johns' for I
and Saturday in Jacksonville with : \ A N T E Furnished rooms
) The series of meetings! conductedfur bank. Men who have made a success of their
old stand. T. D. Proctor,
relatives. light house-keeping.! I the last ten days at the Preabyterfun own affairs and are capable of handling the affairs

I printing office. church closed Tuesday niiht. of the bank on a safe and sound baciu. I
at I A full line of piece goods on sale j
Bargains in shoos Sternhcrg's. Rev. A. B. Winchester, of Toronto
I at Young's store, Saturday, March STOP :THAT LEAKY ROOF! I
I Canada, who had charge/ of the 111<','1. Our bank is examined at intervals
! 15th. Visit the store I by
L. J. Wynn was among the Hampton new on opening -
JngH, made a very favorable impresIaiun -
citizens attending to business in day a ml see the bargains. I ht, .4 secured the agency in Brad- I of cnppblf auditors sent out by the state who come i
the of Stnrltc
people end the
without foreknowledge. Vie also
Starke Monday.Don't L ford county tot the Guardwoll Asbes- ''n our arc required j
("rviees largely r.t'.eiiilcil.
make and
to of the
,' Mrs. Harvey Ray and little tos Roof Paint and House Paint. This I _____ __ of this publish bank sworn statements condition -
fail to visit Gco. F. Y Ung's' paint carries n guarantee of ten year' at regular intervals. The call !
I daughter I Beth, of Lake City, are TRY CATTLE; KAlSEK.-i ONDIPPING for this statement to based
store, Starke, on opening day, Saturday visiting her parents, Sir and Mrs.L. against leska.and is readily applied { LAW CIIARtFSl : comes us on certain
dates without
having of v.henit
:: our
!March 1Mb. S. R. Johns' old H. Partridge.Get to metal, shingles or composition( 1 any knowledge
VA LDOSTAGa.-Irearing oftetli'niony is coming hence unable fix" these
we are to
Walnut sts. CO cent of .
stand, corner 'nIl and roofing. It contains per i
; asbestos which farm at tho trial of twentyonec.itlli- periods, vn >f we were disposed to do so. In addition
ground n
the strawberry plants that are plea raisers In Kchols county, Georiri; : .,, to this We arc required by law to carry a
carloadof all weather.F.
G. J[. Bennett unloaded a surface impervious to
true to name. W. F. Allen & Co., 'charged. with con piracy to vinlatIiythe ,. certain per cent of our deposits in cash reserve in
crates and thefirst I. TURNER Slurko, Flj.
strawberry cups ,
Salisbury, Md. Leave your orders .. federal dippin- law was begun order to take care of any emergency that may

of the week. at N. B. HulVs store. -. -- -. ''in the United .Stud i dlstnrt court arise.
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Biggest line trf work shoes in town I Judge William JI. Unreal overruled

at Sternberg's. i Get tho strawberry plants that are HOTEL MARION I u demurrer attacking.> IMIIHtitiiti'inallty Deposit! your money with tin where it is as I
true to name. W. F. Allen & Co., of the cattle dippm; safe as the rock of Gibraltar.

; Salisbury, Md. Leave your orders law as presented by the defense, Tim
Ladles' ready-to-wear at Young'sstore !. STARKE. FLA.
at N. B. Hull's store. i iI iI ilcmurr'ur cited that the net ofcv.njfresH
Starko, Saturday, March 15th. I
creating1 the bureau of ninnml -
Big cut in prices. I Under New Management '
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen and baby, industry contained no provi-iim;'H'' i
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several with her ] : for such prosecution, ami the f<>ri'rnt
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman have. after spending days Center of City I Ij

returned home, after a month spentin sister, Mr,. Elmer Lazone, have gone i n-rritulture! department and the, urn I
South Florida. I to Columbus, Ga. Excellent Rpoms Kxccllent mil industry bureau, had no nuthnnlvti

:Meals."Ask ", enforcetattle dipping: unless sin h

Messrs G. A. Anderson and Jack I Mears. C'arr Colley, Hollis Knight i ;it tie were intended for Inter tale Bradford County BankTHE

business visitors and Gary Rnnt: University of Florida the Traveling :Man" shipment. /
Howe, of Lawtey, were
students, spent the week-end in
to Starke Monday.L.
I'Starke with relatives. ,,11.\H SALVATION ARMY

J. Wyman who has been visitinghis I HEADS: FROM SOCIKTIKS: i,

ion L. Wymnn, left Monday for Mrs. James Shepard and children, :NEW': : YORK.Orders:: recently approval .j.jI

his home in Boston, Mass. Miss Clara Mae Shepard and C. A. \ by General Bramwell Booth,

I Knight spent the weekend ut Citra hoed "f the Salvation Army, in Lon-

Order your strawberry plant, with Mr. James Shepard. LUMBERSASH ''rli/n" idling upon the ofllcerH of the
.Klondyke and Missionary, from N. B., to quit any secret no-

) Plants are true to name. I Fertilizers. for every crop. Get DOORS, ,ii'tu to which they may belong, I MADISON FLORIDA

1, the right one for etch crop. Hull' Lime, Brick, w'd i l "prohiliitini, officers from Joining i SPRING TERM, March 4th to June 5th. Twenty years or

Mrs. Lamira Graham, of Jackson store. t th'-m in the future, are likely to have successful Teacher-training. Faculty of six specialists

ville, was in Starke Sunday with her I Cement .in important, Tect( on the American :I I college degrees and long experience. Thorough courses for

parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Mr. and Mrs L. Wyman, Mr. and BUILDERS IIARDWARE bran I h of the army. all grades of Teachers' Certificates. All high school and com-

Mrs. L. J. Wyman and Miss Margaret It .vas declared by some that to I I mercial subjects, music and public speaking. Complete review

Harry Miner, of Jacksonville, spent i Wyman motored to Gainesville 10a- 'i" arry: out the orders would either of all subjects. High school credit given for courses

the weekend in Starke with his I Thursday for the day. Sherwin 11'illiant.. Paint pur.ilvze the American .branch or ,' completed. For information write or wire M. S. McGregor,

parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Miner. ]I II II Varnl"ee i uauHc it to secede from the world I'I Principal Madison Fla. 2-2'Mi

I| Get the strawberry plants that are organization The number of officer .

Mr. and Mrs. David Riley who I true to name. W. F. Allen it Co., ..' i in th- American branch who belong I I .

have spent the past six weeks in Salisbury, Md. Leave your ordersat "Eofryttitng to ...i ret societies in not known, but :. --

Starke, left Saturday for Orlando, I I N. B. Hull's\ store.G. and I it i I' I.ellcvi'd it is large.
B.ilJm Repairing"Consumers YOUR MONEY
where they will visit before returning --

to their home in North Branch, Mich j l A. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. '. M<\l >' I.OSfSIElII: AT .

____..__ __ ___ ._ I Gray Mr. and Mrs. R.T Gray were lUTE Of' 300 A :MONTHWASHINGTON.Having INMAN' &. RITCH
registered at the la nol1area ,

COFFINS & CASKETS Garden the first 'of the week. lost men COMPANIES. Film

Company .it the rut of more than 300 a month ACCIDENT LIFE, AtTTO.MOIJILE: ,

Au4 a Full Lin. ..fUII. : Get the strawberry plants that are banns the past year, the United BONDS, I.IABlI.l'fYADJUSTMENTS

.-fa'i.,.' Sjpplies I true to name. W. .fr. Allen & (;0., STARKE. FLORIDA. t.ittc army H now 10,000 enlisted MADE PROMPTLY"COULD I

AUTOMOBILE HEARSE j jAlways Salisbury, Md. Leave your orders men ih'irt of ltd authorized strengthof
I I.OOO and officers.
at N B. Hall's store.
on hand. The best !swr-- I
eke at th. t Invest price Sp.- Latent figures compiled by the adjutant I! BETTER fERTILIZER BE M4DE WE WOULD NAME II"

del itcation to teleirnplr org! Misses\ Norma I>kle, Ruby Mae general show that the total ....... barlnc. lit car n.. Jamam p do'I.( .r our "KI"1)1/. PL'RR" and. iF.M; ;

..... Registered Embalm" jj Proctor and Lucile. Varnes and 666 strength, Including officers, enlisted IIHAMJH": oklch >... .bas llw gl.nj.fd 0' Mu.ll"f far Ih. put f.rtf Jars sills
.1 Messrs. Nelson and William LVkle, men, nurses, field clerks, Philippine r Fluids ......... Plea .l-.r. right Umlllr ..n.ld...... ..' lh. tk.. .." bat Si.. .hiss
I l I II I eon mult. Abe' pea ll.u .! .nU.ld,. Hprij.r.. Uuwn and II..U. IAN Almattm -
DeWITT C. JONES of Lake Butler were in Starke Monday It a Prescription for Colds, Fever and scouts and casuals, is now 131,572Every I> will ...n lie .....,. wiit f.r .!>..
STARKE FLA evening and attended the min.strel LGrippe. It'. the moat speedy remedy I effort' of war department /
Jacksonville FU
E. 0. Painter Fertilizer ,
__n.. TOO' w" ,.""" ....IIIV'J' .,..,..,, I show. at the Gaiety Theatre. we know, preventing Pneumonia. officials to stem the tide of soldiers


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this record. The greens, and the

jiTAeAa- beans, and the potatoes> and the cel- I'Market for Cotton ASPIRINS

I ery, these things are all the medals

I we want. I

You know, it's great to have a

nice, fine garden all the time. Even Active in
ford Farmers GermanyI
of !
Beware Imitations
; if you weren't hungry, or don't have

1 I to go into the gorden to work, you I
'can walk around on the outside and I -- A rePE

I i[ look in, admiring what you have thatso I Spinners Will Take One i America and representatives of the it

a EXTRACTS FROM; COUNTY I ,'knl1l'd1nl.. preserved products.. This many others haven't. And, then I Hundred Million Dollars Worth cotton spinning industry there have,

REPORTSLake week I perfected four organizations. it is well to have soMething like this i Next Season it established
AGENT I I of Stapled During is claimed a $10,000, R
for the neighbors to see. It often I 000 credit with American bankers.It .

r ? (I... Jr. Wilson) : Called a meeting [! Marion (Miss McFerron) : Ten very I suggests to them that they might 1I 1-I A market for Southern cotton that is added, that at least 200,000

of nil\ melon growers at Leesburg ?1 fine hats 'were made by 17 women I I have one too. Our garden has served has been closed since the starting of bales in addition to the 500,000 bales
and went over program of control of attending a millinery school held in 'lots of people by showing them what i the World war now IS l b.eing? reopened already recorded sold, will be required -I

} insects and diseases of watermelons i my once Monday, and several others 'we I can do hero with so little trouble. i I through the reviving activity of the i iI by Germany during the new

a with them. Cultivation, spraying/ were started. Gave light-bread de- It's too easy for ua Florida peopleto i German textile mills in buying and :,crop year.
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grading loading and marketing were monstration Friday. Organized a Wo- have a garden to go without one, i making use of many thousands of Germany as a nation is bankruptand
f discussed. Citrutmivn are determined; man's club at Moss Blot!. and Buffer ailments and grouches as bales of cotton from the Southern millions of German people are in

I to produce quality fruit this year. I I a result. Try one out. I states, according to Atlanta cotton : dire want, according to Atlanta bankers -

( I| Manatee (Miss Cobb) : Our county I men This, it was claimed, will result but German financiers and captains 'nle.. you Nee tho "Bayer Cro ." on
i Putman (D. A Armstrong) : Organized I fair was a success in every way. In in German spinners taking one of industry still are able to finance package or on tablet you are not getting \ .

a boys' and girls' sweet potato home demonstration booth we had hundred million dollars' worth of cotton industry in that country and \ the !genuine Bayer Aspirin prm'I.d l lsafe
} A boastful traveler in the village I l millions and prcHonbed by
club at Pomona Tuesday membersarc nine community exhibits consistingof was in the United States during the really the rehabilitation of German hy for
inn trying to "kid the hicks." physicians over twenty-three years
now planting seed. 30 containers each; there were only I coming crop year, thus creating a demand business and industry, it was pointedout
1 of chickens he said Colds IteadiuJio
13 points difference in the score of "Speaking I for the South's cotton in a field is about the only thing that can Toothache Lumbago
"reminds of old hen father
St. Johns (J. O. Traxlcr) : Inspected the highest and lowest. me an my I that has been closed for nearly ten /give relief to the masses in that Neuritis Dieunuvtinm.

dairies in and near\ St. Augustine; used to have. She'd hatch anything years. country through affording employ- Neuralgia Pain, Pain

sanitary conditions good; have start CiOOO; FEED A !MAIN from a tennis ball to a lemon. Why,R Up to January; 1, of this year, it ment to them at something like liv- Accept "Bayer Tablet of Aspirin"only.
demonstration for the one day she sat on a chunk of ice and I Each unbroken package contain
ed a feeding I was pointed out Germany had purchased ing wages.
benefit of Borne who have had feed I' POINT IN DAIRYINGTo hatched out a pint of hot water!" I 500,000 bales of cotton in proven ilireetiona Handy boxes ot

"That don't come up to a hen my I ._ twelve tablets rout few cents Dnu '
trouble. --- -
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bottles of 24 and 100.
have good feed is one of the mother had," remarked one of his gists iU ell
Hamilton (J. J. Such rest: Acreage main points in dairying business. hearers "They fed her on sawdust 39( south, Range 23 cast, and Town- J. L. Underhill, Harry Ford, Rev. T. Aspirin Maniif.xetnre in the of trade Monoaccticaclduster mark of Bayer of

here to cucumbers wil Ibe increased And when one realizes that 73 per- l once, by mistake. Well, she laid ton ship 30() south Range 21 east; all that J. Hedges, D. J. Byrd, W. C. Harris, halicvlieacld.

this year by fully\ 300 percent over \cent of the dairymen in this state are eggs, and sat on 'em, and when they portion of Harclee lying within Town- B. T. Crosby, John H. Baisden, G. C. -

less fed nine of them had wooden ship 35: south, Range 23 east, Town-
that of last using more or spoiled one 'were hatched Driggers Frank O. Peterson, L. C. '
i year. recalls the importance of this ques- legs, and t'other chicken was a ship 30 south Range 21 east; all that I Tutt's PillsTh.
Futch H. D. !Mott, Geo. M. Schwab
Walton J. W. MathlHon: Five carloads I tion in Florida. woodpecker!"-February Boy's Lifo. portion of Volusia lying) within 15

i ( I That conclusion is reached by Ham- I i miles of the coast line of the Atlantic B. F. Renfroe, W. W. Ward, N. E. .
of fertilizers were ordered this .lint doe e.toaleh.. the tn" lid.
number of I lin I... Brown extension dairyman of PLANT nO. Rn NAMES: : Ocean."UEIUIIT". Matthis, T. S. Stark, Miss Addie giving immediate .relief r.euiaang
week, as as a large
I I AREAS UNDER SWEET I bowel end digMiv... .....Inducing
the Florida of Agriculture
fruit trees. Organized corn clubs College Baisden, C. A. Birt, J. F. Douglass,
among the boys this week, being assisted ob-servations QUARANTINE J. W. Alvarez, A. D. Andrews Alex-,
by the state club agent ander _. Prescott. O. Jones
Riley, l C. ,
1 t of the mill feeds sold here spoil very All southern counties of Floridaare ATTACK OF PNEUMONIA
W. J. Griffin.
because of the malat climate not under the sweet potato
Columbia (C. A. Fulford) : About ,la: > N'4 ii' 04C @ 40440
particularly if there i 18 an abundance antine of the Stat! Plant Board
Gainesville Feb. 25.-The "Hermit"
800 acres wil! bo planted to watermelon 4) TRADE IN STARKE 4v

5 .* here this spring. Farmers are of grain weevils he says in explaining which had been considered a prob- who is known to thousands of travelers Tr" LOOKS 1 WONDER i AGE t, -
this condition. cability before the public hearing of
; buying improved cotton seed. Each as the man who has lived for the I "Blind Man's Buff" is a poor 4
All dairy feeds should of two farmers planted out 25 im USE 4
NOSH[ SHINE 4 game to play when we are
three the Waldo in
under a guarantee for purity and ruary If.Information. past years on road
proved grape vines this week. 4 spending our dollars. Andthat's 4 i
sweetness. The dairyman should examine brought out at the a discarded boiler, a veritable }Iou'Ie
each Buck of feed_ carefully before hearing showed that all of these by the side of the road," is criticallyill 4 exactly what we do 0iq 1
I Marlon (K. C. Moore: Acting under n with EXCESS PERSPIRATIONOILY when we send away to buy 4
using it. peninsular counties are not weevil pneumonia. 1

0 instructions from headquarters I Usually moldy feeds are easily detected Infested. Certain areas, however in | Recently several University of SKIN-OOOR OF PERSPIRATION I'- an article by mail. 4 !
the Manatee
helped judge County 'y The mail-order house gets 4 7
fair this werk. had wonderful by taste and smell. The dairy- Orange, Lake and Okeechobee Counties Florida students built the aged mana BLACKHEADS( -ENIARSED PORES '
They a '
-! letter and cash among a"
man that carefully examines each have been found' wherein the one-room house from lumber they your
of citrus and truck
display crops, a thousand or ten thousand 4 .
sack of feed and turns back to the weevil apparently is firmly establish- had begged from various sources. "
and Pine and It Kp Skin fn* Looking O
some grain forage.
!' others, and a clerk jerks your ,
I This erected the side of the
dealer all that is spoiled, will soon [ed. The quarantine lines were amended they by
was a fair that would do credit to
any 4' article from the huge pile and 4
boiler and fixed in comfortable
find it easy to /get pure, sweet feed. to include those counties. up MAILiMtMnuTODAlrt imnfimnn.n
community. County Agent Briggs
4 sends it to No picking 4O
for the. 81 old who you.
Standard" dairy feeds like Tho area now quarantined on account style year man
was on tho job and. it plain that pure I
was over to suit taste; no attempt 4
cornmeal, high-grade cottonseed meal, of the weevil and form which has let life slip by In lonely solitudeon your A
he was responsible for much of the SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULEIn 4 to1 fit special O
j account of loss of his family from your ;
wheat bran, high-grade/ linseed meal sweet potato tubers and plants and(
success of the fair. I .y needs; you get no choice at all. 4
i i i and ground: oats, are seldom. spoiled.It morning-glory roots and plants can- various causes. I "y
, ( effect Nov. 11 1923) 4 But when trade
i'i There is to aid the Hermit you at"1\\1so
" is difficult to adulterate this class not be moved except under certain no one ,
'i J. N Albritton In the last
Levy Southbound-
, ( ): < home, pick f yourself 4
of matt-rial. They remain uniform conditions are listed by the Plant and Saturday the city was scoured you
'I three weeks we have treated over I No. 1 reachee'Starke at 12:16: a. m. 4 ua taste duutes 4 1
your ; you
I throut the and from to Board as follows: | over for'someone who would assist
year No. 3 10:59
/ 2900( pound of wed-cucumbers year a. m.
Iftj4 watermelon and tomatoes. The The Counties of Baker, Bretard in nursing the recluse who has madeso No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00 p. m. 4 can choose yourself for qual4 i;
grow year.With 4 ity, and can to it 4 t
{, ers lire determined to themselves such standard feeds the dairy- Broward, Collier, Dade, Hendry many friends when they have j No. 15, Limited 1:16 p. m. you see your r
protect 4 self that special needs. i'
stopped their. by the roadside to Northbound- your
man can mix a balanced ration thatis Lake, Lee, 1lanate"Ionroe! Okee- cars
diseases of
1 against these economical. They include all essentials chobee, Orange, Palm Beach, Pinellas, visit with the man who is interes- | No. 2 reaches Starke 4:15 a. m. 4' are filled. Besides, the man in 4 ;
w plants.
for a well-balanced grain ration. Saint Lucie, Sarasota, all that portionof ing from many points of view. I No. 4, 4:28: p. m. 4' the store is your neighbor,and"
No. 20, Cedar Key 8:50 a. m. 4 tries to please you. To please 4 .
Hillsborough lying west of the
EXTRACTS FROM EGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL, No. 13, Limited, 5:57: p. m. 4 his customers he must buy his" :
i HOME DEMONSRATIONAGENTS' FARMERS HELP THEMSELVESIt range line between Range 21 east and I Wannee BranchNo. :
goods with quality in mind I
REPORTS Range 22 east; all that portion of 101 leaves Starke 7:43 a. m. "
:Names of Those Who Paid 4 and in order to sell at all his 4
is found that more than two bil- Charlotte lying within and west of Subacrlpi -I No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m.

Kscambia: (!Miss Longley) : All lion dollars' worth of busines was the range line between Range 24 I i During February T. J. GRIFFIN i: price must invest be reasonable.Don't 4 4O ''.

club work is advancing. Sewing clubglr' .done last year by organizations of east and Range 23: east; all that por- I i Agent. your precious
tion of DeSoto I Miss Louise J. F. Well- I I 4 dollars in "Blind Man's Butf. 4'A44404J4ta4T4
.a at Ferry Pass gave a pie socialto American farmers.It lying, within Township Snyder,

raise im emergency fund Friday has long been said that the agriculturalist 36 south, Range 23 east, Township I man, Dr. O. L. Haynes, J. G. Boyd A TONIC ..a4CHILDREN'S .

night. Is primarily a businessman 36 south, Range 24 east; Township ''Mrs. Ben Johns W. M.\ Peek, F. A. Drove's Tasteless chill: Tonic: restores

but it l Is only of late that he has : Scott J. )'. Colley, B. G. Dyal, Mrs i Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Lake (!Mist Cox): Gave out seed compelled recognition in this capac- SIGNS" YOU CAN BELIEVE: ; l.V J W. B. Haynes, J. B. Howe Mrs. L. A. Enriching the Blood. When you feel its CliiI'lren'H! throats, are iMn.iti ,u <,d lsflisitivo

given me by n Leesburg seed companyfor ity by adopting the most up-todate If your breath n: bad ami you havo 1 Davis, Jr., J. S. Blitch, A. A. Hazen, strengthening Invigorating effect,see howit 'In ping, at .<'b'y, or work

club members. methods of business men in other fiprllit of swimming( in tho hand, )poor L. J. Wynn. D. D .Woodard Mrs. J. E. brings color to the cheeks and how Ib"1Ire exposed": to dulling niftn.! ,
They are planning appetite, constipation' mid a (general iu.>- their little b"Iir-; ire overheated from
i Black D. it
lines. W. Starkey, A. M. Blanchard improves the appetite, you vlll then
big !gardens, and these small amountsof account fooling, it is n BIRU: your liver ..-. exercise they mol olT ton quick and a
i seed seem to start things. Coleetlvely he i Is the /greatest! of torpid. Tho ono really tic""":dblo i.radv M. F. Wiggins, J. A. J. McKin- : appreciate Its true tonic value. cold sets in. 'llio minute > ur chiMroinmefiies

capitalists also the greatest pro- for all disorders in the 1'vtr, storrai'i! ley, T. B. Browning!, Rossie Reddish, I Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply/ to (ouch: (tot n l,..ttle of

< ducers. Ills weak point has been dis- and l bowels I h 1 Ii'rhino.! It rttpowerfully! Mrs. P. M. Dyal, G. W. Lewis, W. It.narrell [. I I Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So It riponnrui U good Coiitcti for: Syrup chil.ln' '(fCeo-nteAtl.M's delicate> )
Sumter Miss Morris) Interest is
( > : on the !liver. Htrorirthofia' cii"o! I .
purifies I- pleasant even children like It. The blood
ribution When he learns to distribute A. L. Green, J. J. Keller W. thronts, protects the (lunirs rnl*.-i the .
Ixmi h
till high in our nutrition work at the anil rcffnret n fine ieplmgif needs phlegm and 1
QUININE to Purify It and IRON to give quick relief! A
his products as manufacturers vim and ititnrfulnrts. IVice' R. Hodge, Mrs. W. S. Colley, J. C.
energy \
Coleman; Majority of the children I I Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs an( harmless ante. plenmint remd'' f.r
lo, ho will have his business built 60c. :bold) by Cone, Harvey White, O. J. Griffin, coughs, colds, grippe ernup. win-oping;
show good gains; many mothers are I I Grip germs by its Strengthening Invigorating -
All Stores cough and bronchitis
Drug -that IN builiug
rock. Consumers Lumber Co. II. R. I I
Through Nobles
upon a
attending our meetings. cooperationand Effect auk:. Anti soothing./ Fin. for adults too.
the employment of skilled 1:'or sale at .
executives -. ._ your druggistAssistants / v
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to handle\ his goods, he may
Santa Rosa Mrs. McEwen):
and I the do for himself more than the government -
County agent organized

Allentown agricultural club Tuesday; I can Gazette.ever do for him.-St. -r1 I HIS SILENT PRAYER [ May Go j
its membership is made up of boys / :

and girls who belong to canning.
poultry grape, corn, pig peanut and !

potato clubs. Sowing club at this I -
The Garden Is a Cheap Luxury I BLOW ,
place met Saturday; gave darning '

and patching demonstrations BLOW/ I
By Spud Johnson y
II 1"r i a 'r'iv4t'vRYr" .
Duval (!Miss Laflltte) Children at BLOW IT f 1 t t.(
Much can be said about the family
Loretta are busy with their garden
I'vegt'tnbie'garden. It !is of the indispensable I
one -
work; t gave them seed this week. ALL AWAY/
things of the home
particularly -
Six sittings of eggs delivered to club
of the home. Never I
members and muro to go Poultry IR'I tS
I have I run across real ;
+ any reason
growing In popularity and we expect'a
why the city family should not raisea
fine showing this year, ; +
, I few trunips, tomatoes, lettuce, etc. r
I but I know there Is
no reason why the 1
Putman Miss Sipprell) : Have enrolled
.country family shouldn't.A .
72 club members this week
; response i -
i garden is nice take -.::
a place to a
to canning club is letter than
ever before. 1 the morning exercise. It is a .Rood r r'S

place to get the family's supply of

t tonics and pills. And the beauty of _
St. Johns (Miss\ Heist) : At Ililden o GRApr
1 It is, you don't have to pay so much ,

found a boy badly in need of hospital I j for these necessary items when gotten I t
treatment. I made )'
arrangements for ,
t in this way. And then you know
hint to this treatment and took'
f I o man has got to keep hi* legs and k rii .. ..,.
7A L
him to itPlnellas I'I'I _-_ .- .
tack and arms limbered up have J '"'

II marrow in his backbone and iron in -.t-.clA126e : '::

(Mrs. Peay) : This county )its blood.! gr '.

won $183.75 at the Tampa fair on I And there is nothing like the old ---- ----- "-
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garden to supply those needs. ,
I We have a vegetable garden at our I t

HOW'S THIS? house, and every day of the year we i Ii

HALL'S CATAUMl PICINB Will have something to eat front that garion. -
do what w. claim tin' nrel. r Now that
ur.J.t.m maybe is a record .
ft catarrh or L>- It u I. H : F .
Catarrh.IIAXiLS. but we are not expecting-not wanting Theo Roosevelt, Jr., As't S c'T
CATARRl 'I H::DICING con- I medal of Nary and E. C. Fiancr, Mat
any or prize making
.1 let* of an Ointrmiall ai ich Quickly S ,
,,v.. the catarrhal ,'I i iimatlun. and -
the Internal MUlolnrt ... I aol.k> '. which i erred under former SacY Albert
through the flloI' the Mucous I Cold* Cause trip end 'nllueiu B, Fan. are expected to resign
Par, r't 5156.. 'Ire I 1'- 's that '
... now Dectjr; kaa
mat Bolil'comlliloi by rUIfIJI.ts. for ovt'r 10 Yaara. ",.a... !I'h.nt U ewer oa* 'inpOutnlre l t j (.pp d out. .

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I I TENNESSEE" THROWS DOWNlrU'NTLET (' place and take in tho order known as J they Hhnll eoninlldnt. i'tact. thn truta
I MAIL TIMEFAIRBANKS TO FLORIDA .\ [ the "Knights Kami'liii, was voted nunmMt. thn eiinnnlidatiMl. diatrlet.,
nurpoae at holdlnic said election
Wrought by Births and I here by the gathering of men oppos- ..>n Hrdirr., :: n P Kritfroo, J. K. Ailkirn.: In
Change \ 1 BODY AND" CAB I present administration' of the I O It. Moody and I. 11 Johns aro appnnrl. ,
Deaths During IU23 I ALASKA.-U nited | Tho Citizens' Military Training Knights I Inaurclora.For .
of the Ku Klux Klan. The the purpose of hnldlnw said C"'liol\|
j States air mail pilot Carl Ellnson, The Ford Motor Company enters Camps Officer Colonel L. C. Matthews I resolution providing for the creationof in Now River' t!, yAndruw.. .. D, W. Kelly.
wrought births deaths 'completed I successful initial test < I W M. Parker and F. A. .Vndrant are up.pointed .
Changes by a U. S. Atlanta Georgia
Army j
I ...
All- I""
the new year with a product, an tho new order was adopted by arising ""*
and marriages during the last year flight for the mail service into the announces that the recruiting for the'' L. W. KfCKI.ITER,
vote of 100 to four. (Klansmen I1| n. H. WK.OIN. *.
steel combination truck body and cabj j I I ChAitm.n.
affect materially income tax returns I interior of Alaska. The trip was Training Camps for H>2-1 has taken ,a': H<..r.... ') .
fourteen states
for the year 1923. Millions of babies made in nine hours of flying.; With mounted on the standard Ford Onoj very peculiar turn. It appears that representing were :2Ii5t3ld.hiLl.; : .
present at the meeting it was announced
were added to family circles. For | 'speedy' dog team relays the trip Ton chassis to be sold as a complete j I the Training Camp last year at Camp I TO ItUUf 11TLB '

each, the parents, in addition to the usually rcgulres about eighteen days. unit. McCleilan where there were rcpresentatives In Circuit Court. Bradford County, Hortdn .-
| In
personal exemptions allowed tparrled The air trip, however, was not made new' es-1'I of Florida and Tennessee. COOl.IIXiK OPPOSED TO K. .\. Kennedy Chancery
The body is of the open I
coupler), are entitled to a $ tOO credit without mishap. Eilnson was lost as well us other south-eastern states, ,I 1 PENSION> LEGISLATION TO Cnmptnlnnnt.Culumbla v. I

for dependent.. for several hours in the wildernessof I press type, so constructed that it may I the "alligator boys" made it appear I! PUT DRAIN ON IICEASUK\ N. Payne, .t .....

Boys and girls who became self- the Kantlshna: valley. lIe had to 'be readily converted into other body "| that they were superior to Tennea-1 I Tn Ui'foniUnta.Columbia N. ".lIn.. whoa. rwldonc launknown

supporting and whose parents allow emergency landing to get combinations by using stakes aide stars in athletics! marksmanship nn.11 j President Coolidge told ranking defendant.lirmilninii' You lire. hrrihy required tn b*

them the use of their earnings with- his bearings. boards, canopy top! screen sides, etc. training. The record show that' and umiear "befuro the juduo of
Republican members of the house .fth..IF'1
court, for the eighth nllclal, .1 :
'I Iaupl'rlority -
"In fact" the Ford
out restriction; form a new class' of says ,, Florida did, not chow such ,great: pensions committee that he was l>'ln. In and for Bradford. county on Monday.,
Each must file Income LAWTEY CITIZENS "th purpose in producing the new I Tennessee in ]I op- 'It,.. *th day of April. A. D. lf-4. at the court
taxpayers. an I over any po"od to enactment at this time of "0..... In mid county, .In Clarke Klorldn.. t<>
tax return and pay a tax on his or DuVALL FOR body was to place a low cost general I department but the fact that Florid j I pension legislation 1 involving HII "I'.I;: \ of complaint xhlbltrd: atcalnaaynu ,
REPRESENTATIVE truck both i.1 any any rood by B. A. Kennedy.llu .
her net income if such income was utility meeting agricultural j' did win out in moist of the events has I i considerable drain on the public llrndford County T.l.p ash, a weekb
and commercial requirements ncw,imi r piibllahcd In Stark, Ilradfnrdloiinlv
of The Tennessee
in excess $1,000. earningsof wrought up a treasury.IJafydurLiving: Ktorlila. la hereby drkUnalrd. ne. thnIII.UPIIP
dependent minor children who The anouncement of W. O. DuVallas at the disposal of ton truck users." j who has written to Colonel Matthews I ;: :, r lii.nhlrh this notleo shall be pub. II

candidate for representative, in The body"is built of steel to withstand li-luil, for deft cnrueoutlvo week /
have not been "I'manclpated"allowed n that his state will be representedI, 1'1" hud dncrltwI. In tho bill, of cnmtilnlntin /

the use of their earnings by the last week's isue of tho Telegraph, the most severe usage and'presents this year, by champions in every I.uiilitid' thin rnuf.nuuin.t(lh"( thn title above tn which named In attuiiht diftmlantI t-.
their parents-must be included in wns well received by his friends in a new development in con- i department of athletic sports! and il>'- i ., i itiilt'iliulv". diMcrlhod. aa follow, ....wll :
i l 'I HIM 1:jut Half of ihn Hnuthraat Quarter nfl
the parents' return of income. Lawtey. struction. The steel sills are reinforced flea Florida to produce winner in l s, II i 'ion' I. lowniihlp South, of Kanirnl .
Wo have known Mr. DuVall in his with wood in order to lessen i' \Vj'hOit t CosA I't.i l II',in ttinilforil:;: cutinty.: Florida.
Widows and widowers who lost activity. J Money ,
any \\ IIU .A niy hand Rn.. anal nf .. ra tirti ,
their spouses during the year 1923 i; public and private life and believe vibration and road shocks) thus making This challenge was communicated 1 i ,Hn Hi.. .Mh, tiny. of '.'bn....,.. A. I). 11121.

that he is capable and well qualified for more durability and longer I Yon inn in.ik. ,it t .' isll\ .it liomnHastlnKM <1. W. ALDRRMANlork .
are especially affected. Unless remarried to the Military Training Camp boyt < 1'irrult, Court, Bradford County. l-'l.-r-
to the of Bradford ;;.,Is "l'i, 'mis 1< mul<1 liiilln., I "I""
on or before December 31 serve people of Florida, who nothing but
life.The say
tin' Sniuli all lly C. A. KNIOIIT.
"Tho standard or urn
the head of County in the capacity of representative. loading space is seven feet having heard of TVnn-! fI, ..II lrputy CI.k.
19Z3 family they Mississippi
; or a I \ fully d"II,1, nli'i'. 111111<1.,111, of actual K: M .tall NS. .
arc allowed only the $1000; exemp- two inches in length by four feet in OSSOO'H boast l'lalms'that the statinticnn '; photom-iiptiu) pliluus In I lie now liUl: H..I". 'nor fur Comi.t.'hiant. 2..1.1.1

tion granted a single person. \Ve, therefore, the undersigned I width and of convenient and practical is entirely wrong in giving any Seed Hook or tliu :-oulli. This now I '

Widows and widowers are not required voters of the Lawtey District, solicit depth. The end !gate is strongly prominl."n.tI.t, any other state and I HantlnKH' Se. < 'I\ ,'..Inh',; In tho grimiest I bill nurl will( K: ""rj1 TO ninDFIleSrnlrl by

the support of the voters in other sec- braced and secured by heavy chains and moHi useful seed" Hook ever lOr in tin I t inintct. of : ; 'iv 'I'h'ir"I:;\: .
declares that the real competition
to show their individual, .. .
on It tit th<> ''II. of th. ttMrotnry. of Iho bonntat
You ,
returns the income of husband or ions of the County in his behalf, believing which hold it !in position whenlowered. lice where Mississippi arrays against j I published for the South:! Sinrk., Horhla. until 2 o'elcwk p. m.
and we waul Sal' to have It entirely. M u.roti 1 I" IUJ4, and *t hut lime 1 publicly
wife up to the time of death. The that if h" is elected, he will the Crackers from Georgia and Ala free. OIK, "nt'tl rnrApproInat.'ly
make efficient and faithful servant The cab, also of steel constructionis H "t fence fioiila to .b. .10
bama. In fact students II each 193
income of a decedent is considered Mississippi We are nlBo tvlnn ) lui'ifil l done lh*> ritftilri AM followaiIIiiini

seperatoly and a return must be filed of the people. extra roomy. The seat is of arti-! have written in to the CHiz'ns'Iili- customer K SICKD J I'M'KKTS( of >t.>n. 'rhir
by the executor or administrator of Signed flcal leather, well cushioned on four tary Camp Officer calling trillion BBAUTIFI'I.' FI.OWIUllJSOLUTI! <:- HOB pro.Mark.I'hurusan .".,,1. .ppro"lmntety 1.11011 t t.HWtM

T. inch springs. Protection from the L.Y FIIKB." Tho now I'atnlog. tAils all .
the estate. The executor or administrator L. Wainwright the* error and invited his attention to euro for the Ntnrkr. inn ('"v. 8prfnu ........ a.>prnx-
Ernest: B. Well weather is afforded hy close fitting the about It and gives "iivery Innti.'lv. fun pott*.
their Olympic
who makes return for decedent representatives on
a a connMeratlon\, of the buyer for purchasing lund hI' SivvtMUon'M ..roVe. pproxtnmt ly
is entitled to claim for him R. M. TracyR. door curtains mounted on uprightsand team now compctiting in foreign and planting spoils, bulbs and utm iwiu.koii.l .

R. Thede opening and closing with the / by Now River and! WlUy Kolly'a, up.pni .
World lie-
his full personal exemption, accord- countries.In plants Buys" the Seed 'I'.t..l ty 1000 punt.*.
A. II. door. An oblong window. in the back have and Itrtmkur. HcuuihiiU ,
ing to his statute as a single or married Harley the organizations at camp lent view. VV! want you to road "proxlm..I 130A

person at the time of death. __. Geo. F. Young of the cab gives ample facilities for year the students were not assigned,: keep the wonderful new Seed Hook p.ta.llmokr.. Worthlnirlon 8prlntr cool. .p-
In homo for ready, reference at xniMtily, | .1000 .
O. E. Roden rear vision adding to the safety as your pieta
In an individual return the taxpayer's with regard to states from which all times Write fur It now. A post feels I" lm nf heart pn( ..r heart blitrkeyt
U. R. Sapp well as the conveniences of the driver. and therefore clear >rmrt, not Iran than .1.i Inobtti In dlnm.,..
status as of December 31 they came, a record card will do. It will coinu to you by .t the top unit * feet Ionic.Th .
1923, determines the amount of his G. A. A. M. DivisionA. The new truck which is already on of state proficiency could not return !!Ill II. .. clove tmmulttf Arti nprmxlmat only
Jr. display in Ford dealers' showrooms and' the. board. ....rv.. the riicht It, I..e......
H. Harley many be keptThe Camp Commanders H. 0. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN .
exemptions and credits. If on that or il >ert>Hii0 thus* ,qunntitiiw mi nmy ( ri**>

day the taxpayer was married and W. C. WootenG. throughout the country, sells this year will organize companies and, ATLANTA. GAMAHTKR'H iiutriNl ."" tn. rtmk payment .t the price bid
for aurh po U tu are actually taken up on
living with wife or husband, the exemption W. RobertsJ. complete, with 'steel cab and body for battalions hy states and, the result NALIt- --- -- rich' n..I.l l'I

J. McLeod $ &190.00 F. O. B. Detroit being priced Hint umli-r, and l"v ( lit* bard mwrvv.1 Uit rlicht to onlor out
hereby Klvi-n
will be keen competition.KNUniTS Nude In
is $2,500 if the couple's net .at foriK-lioilr. th"t* IHIHU In and l eland' |In
of the flnnl i\ittrv : hh'j:
W. Edwards tn accordance with the virtue uch litrutloti.: to ,and
income for 1923 was $5,000 or less II. standard Ford toed and rendered. on lath ilux of ",'b. A. llu4. >. mi rqutr
will ACi-rpt ni rrllity for l''a which
and $2,000 if the net income exceeded James T. MooreT. policy.In ; OF MYSTICCLAN: Flllhlh: by JilillclHl....n. rireull.A. .V. Imnp In end. Jmliew for, llrit.lfor.l nf lln' bi\.. not btM-n ,.taken up nor will m...,. th.m
J. addition to the offered. certain ... '." 'tin thntinAmt ''a bn taken up Ahcail of thfiMtm .
5000. If single the exemption is TerryC. saving ARK OUe ,\NIUlJ: County, Florida In that e. and! W.; pane At any tlm.
1t In eomiilalnitni
1000. DivansL. truck users! in this body is the convenience In K J Cim-n; W., WnlnrlKht In ili. >f.."..liint. the urulemlpnwl will 't'ht right in pt-d.rvivl In reject, any or ..11bhIA
and) make much dtltt.i.nnl' l
A. MarrW. of able olfir" for ..!. and will, ..11!! to Itm hl..h..t and or aupulemenmry -
now being to buy of nlrAui for th. of
vi furnlnhlnic potiUim
If December 31 sinl'le'persn. A'fI.ANTA.-Organlzntion .. Courthnuau
on 1923 a lint Milder for euh. In front ( the .
E. Torode the Ford Ton Truck complete and order be known "I, door' In Url.lfonl Oniinlr. "'- Any mad AN may b* l nmJi.iAryIVbmnry .
( because of some moral of I new to nt :i Ntrrket lh .th. day of April.: : A. D. 14* 1.24
Ida on Mondsr <>
legal obligation was supporting in B. L. Blanchard ready to put into service. "Knights of the Mystic Clan," to re- : IUJ4,, durlnii ihu litiiU., loom nf .itli.. for Ihu E. 8 MAT1IIKW3.C : .
A. C. PearceG. I I'.un'''i.- of min.fylnu' nlil anal ............. the I A.>1.b'.tryL--' a Chairman'
his home one or more relatives over ; fullnwlnir doorrllHnl' ealato, lylnK and M- .
W. Brown, M. D. TilE SQUABOLAS Inv in .Ilrndfard: l C..,,,,,y. l-lorl.ln.: lo-wll. --
whom h(' exercised family control, he Louis II. Hill Stop That Backache! The SWVt of Iho 8W14 of HIM. :11. Tiiwnahlp NOTICE Tl} C'DNTKArTOKS
was the head of a family and is entitled I i III. M R.w 22 K-U
W. J. Powell. D. D. The weather of late has had II A anbxN.ap.elnl .
A .... .
to the same exemption granted I M. -' Hitalitl blilfl will bit" r.eov.d by the board of
A. M. Blanchard, tendency to develop the aquabola E. M. JOHNH, lend trualua of HrAilfuM. county, r'lurldn At
a married person. If his support of I Many Slnrkc, I''oplr llute Fousd Molictlor for rnnuilalnant %.7-et-11 -. the office I of tlti mwmlary uf iha b< ,l At

such relatives cease during the year Enoch GrifflsPROSPERITY eggs in the show window of IVs :, _. -- .- -. Sturkc. Klnriiln. until 2 u'aliwk v* m. r.M' ).
OF FLORIDA Mitchell's Drug till the 1- tH, iui4.! awl At thAt limn publicly opnn*.l S
hp is entitled only to the $1,000 ex Store so rapidly -- 1I I WtHTKII'M; HM.E: for conn tr mi'Unit or Improving the lowing
it was believed they would hatch before > h n dull. ucne-ru'Ling l>nrknoJiwoarnij Nnlici. U hrrvby ulvi-u that iindnr mid. l h yvirtun nmiU or tmetlonit of mule In II r Ad fan I co....-
emption. If a dependent dies during of that certain Klnnl l>ecree of Korvctoeure 1
the the credit for such INDICATED BT INCREASEIN April 11t. the 'time set for this !; )0.ut'. ? DJ ;jju feel oldct I made and rendnreil on Pun.; IHth.IW.H. tyiItvHil, Nu '.'. Hampton tu TtirMm. (lu lli.
year, $100 I and, slower than yw should< ? AM by lion. A. V. rods of thKluhtli Clny county lint*. Appro*finiita (math. 7.II
person. i is not allowed. POSTAL RECEIPTS event. Mr. Mitchell, believing a mistake you tired!, weak and IILTVOUD: find II ,'luillcial Circuit In and, for llradfont mil.. .

had been made in the computation Impiis.;::.blv to In- happy or enjoy tht County., Morlda 'In.. thnl, r..Utln caiUMwherein No ID. Hiitrko tn Itnnd No.3 nt ThtAppronlroitU .
Taxpayers are reminded that the 'lht I'Vdi'ral I I." llnnk uf Columbia ws.\ Unuth 7 4 milUMU .. I
period for tiling returns ends at Prosperity of Florida is proven by I wrote<< to tho Smithsonian Institute good t tiiiKM around )'ou'? Tien: 1 theca In t ririMnlli. l I. loiiiiilnlimnl I I ,. and W. K.Rilinonilmm :. about it. something. '.v, IK and likely it's youi Cora Kdmimdmm: his, wlfi*. I>. flKi'ttiy. liar tppurn lllple l ntilh 10\ mllea.
mid-nlght of March 15. Failure to the enormous increase in postal receipts lie received the following I kldnejs. Wrv, not gee: nt I thv ,'aI1Ml'1 1 mid I.nlo'. Miillfr Niillnnnl Form I..."" lt.m N... II. Htfirkv to ('Ia, county UH..

rlli- \\ithm, the time prescribed from third and fourth class ( telegram; UHI' Poiin'*. Pill---a stimu'aiit\ diun,tl< AH unili'mlitiiiil f length Itoiiil. 3.ft Nu tnlltw.Kmi.l 4 .to KOA No. 1.1" I Iii .

nnderthr liable to postomcei throughout the state for I "Ilnve referred the matter to Dr. I to the kiilmyi. Your' neighbor aril !<. tlic. liiulii*! hldiliT' for cimh, In frontnf \ | ro Inuil.. l luiiith 711 1 mll...
di-liquent heavy thi. Court ,limu, thor \In I<'nok,*, llriidfonl. .
: I recommend, Dunn' n..01( l l.hut thll 11..1 N- ti Road NO H 10 Honj NU I.
penal t ticMRS. -. the half way period of the quarter von PuUweg, the celebrated squab- : Stark relic) niiiity. M.iiiilti. ..n Monday I tin. th. iluy ol 1.1t".,<",mn. ,u> Imuth e.. mile
January 1 and which will ologiat./ Dr.auys our computationcorrect I nt says : A ,>nl I ,I. .1. II. 1'21 I durliitf llui, heal. \ houra olrul + It.,ii'l, N... II, I.. Ituail No. 0. Alli -
-- '-- beginning : 1/.I.I P HI' .Hi'I.'I. t'tbmt St., fur 'h,- pu"rl", ..<- -.ntlHfylnir eald finalDevn't ''oobu"1 i ,.. Ifnuth, H.I mil..
: WILSON GRANTED end March 31 according to MajorY. but believe you gave too late says : "I ,mi Tn nt I with 'I. j' ,-...lIhl.I *, the fo-llnwlnir. .diMorllMtil. runt mlulilyinu -. Id ml, N I ,," ,in ... County., Mointn., ,
,I.M.MIIIUUUliuth 6.1
FREE USE OF MAILS O. Brown assistant postmaster I date of finding eggs. Investigate.' I and my buck hurt ,eon.imitly. h4 SYb.< 'tin, ,",W'.I' ...., tli. nl. '.19.>.>.. loinl' l.-iitrtlm' uf thou projt.U .U *p.i. -

of Jacksonville.According !Mr. 1\1 Mitchell on investigation dizzy nervous hejitlnchcs, loo: My kid. AWt.t of Kati of Section. 6. Tnwn.hlie ;. |I' .'' ninii.y" | 41 m)1M.)
I Mouth, Hani.1 I Knal; N'-.. .,f I hi- N' ..lNW .
I neys didn't art eith.-r., !)joa" I J 'Mi> mini J tiunntltlvM' ir tho lUmw on wM>> 'NIM
found that he had used Hosteller's right/ ..n.l.h.. NW' ..llh.> Nl-:1:' nf MtlnH ,, ,
FI AS "IITOThe;; ; house! of re- to Major Brown receipts i a I 1 fills relii-\! (.,1| mi- (St..ti. nnTit gives ',,, Town.lil I|.i.dh. Ilim' 'f" Jl IM-I: i.11'i.",|,(1,01151 Hl Art* i an1 m' .i'r' >
pre"-i-nt.itm, passed senate bill l 'from these postofflces/ already exceed Almanac for 1 182-1. Since then thorn April 27, 1IIK!' ) talnlnu 149 barn more or sea.! l linrmif. and Kfuttbln. "*071 tirn.MI

t $1,500,000, which is more than double have been 21 leap years, so that 21 I On .Maieh :21. 1023) : Mrs! Stansell K 1\. IIIIKKNIH'ciitl : '. "i .,..11"... 7704A .... 1'....
_'tLllt-IIHr to Edith Boiling Wilson, I I \1n-il.r In t'liiinut .
: I said : "I, "havi net ol ; ry.9olteltor I' ".I I iMaflutio trail "". I--'J tiutlon*w
days will have to be subtracted any i-yinptoms B M JOIINH.
"fVondrow Wilson the the receipts for the entire quarterin from Uiunl ngtcluni KrH. lfilii (."".1 rlur Auction I
Midnw I kidney O'lnpliiint' sirit.i'' for Coniplalnnnt t l T-rt 11MASTEH'H Sao, .
pnvili-ui of u-inn the mails with- previous years. Major Brown n-: :i time set for hatching, making the Price HOc, at rill
| peels that when the quarter end proper day March 8th. In order not simply I ask for n kidney rr"H.IV--Jrot) :: MALEMotion I'ntrn"-d l Ni-tittiiiiil, linil.. i 1426 M.
out ClUt ( ft' / H.I" fnrnn, mutrlrai, H i tul" 1 in. yd"*.
i March :11:! 1 the total receipts will have to disappoint the pujjllc, Mr. Mitchell Doan 1'111"--1111'' .IIIPI t that ifn .lii hereby. when .tlutl ender .".1 l.vvirtue t *'d.i ."..r ..'- .1 IAII|. !J'1I1 ui.if/ .
Stan",'" hnil. Fowt, :" of that, certain' llnnl di-eri-fi of fur<>. .. .. ,...
I' ti i-Milburn: Co. M Kit it I .hei.-lnu naiMl cliiy ur! ,
"i v i .j .1. <> la J' U"V passed the $3,000,000: mark. None has taken steps<< to prolong the period. rlrjeurei. rna.ttf und ,.'inl.,ritl on Nov.-mhrr. '.'", -. "i. tfi|. ytj '
MfrH Buffalo. N. Y.

i 1"r, i.).T.I-OINF"I'N''n, i I.,: ,. |I of the lirst and second class post- ''of Incubation. This he him doml l>>>y i it .. __ 1 \. U..,f III',. Hdli hy Jiull.lnl. : .1 Circuit W., H.u' Ilillluck.Jiidiip riorlda.llom.nil.l .. j 1:IS' curt inIk:::':::: :I'll|Idpe l:|:,.' rnlv.-rljl cillvwrtu::I : ,, 56 HtO llll llll; ,ft.ftl I

".. I .... '" offices throughout the state are in- uniting the pituitary glands of oni>- "- A V. I-.IIK. ,Jmlu. lOr the KllththInillilal imtl |il|>" cut-u. u. 47t| |ln. ft, I
; ,, he : at Dot "Mm Atlect f "Li .
I .julalm I IBl
WliiH thatcortnln ,
| Irv tloiu* In with
\11] work to ac(aniline*
eluded in these figures which are half of the eggs with the adenoids of'I, .'-fti't't' of Its 1<,n'.t: tad I I I"nr.'". re.d i I v\ ,I..r,;.:; wha'In 1JlF.: ': rat"1..I. Rank MH plunn anal! Inxti urtntri., *. .on..1 provliInitti J

limited to, third and fourth class offices the other half by means of acetylene! I I 1'V' 'I'OMi. C"; ,iv.\ I lie, .. of Cj"I'tIlnS'A: a mrporntlnn. I la rnmplnlnanl: Hi "lnl prr-vlalon.. *)IM clfl allami And pn.- -
and. II end Nnttl Ntatlinx. hi .
for ,
Subscribe I)I hv "i 'r nt I'Mlt rln.' n Irv 'i i irr' inA I |rtarlll and COIllfftCt 11 f UriulfOfll county.Fnnb
,oily welding ..,. \.d c.I'I LI: wile. nnd th>. t.nwtey Kntlitrnl Farm LoanAeNiKintiiin. | old must b.* nrromimnltHl, by a "..,-
are defifnilanlM., thif .undoniltfneilwill (IIn..1| l rli.'. U or. a bliMcrH bent mart pAyAt.t tto .
The Telegraph I, I olf"r fur uuln ,nil will ,,'11 to tin* Maltr I hl.! H )1..1110.0.| clniii'mnit. board of .bomlTiiHN't
1---- I and hat blut of It.... n, for live IMT rent of the, amount. btil,
.-.,.,rl di.or. In Slarko, Rrn-lford I cinllily' .... ,
: : \\n:; I : ur> i>vu|">niif of .1 fnlth And AN a uiiArnnUM
Munduy. the :lrd lay uf Mnrch.A. I amt if nwnnltil. I the Contract the .India. will
......-....."'- ... 'L_ .... ........... .. ...,-
1 HOME I sea BY THE PAVER THAT EO f AND 0E.LlG.VE' ME tP: WILl.GOON for thit lIiIli .... nf entUfylnif. lalil final d..* -'!.
eon, thi* following. tfrlofd. real .'.1. ly* ** rliflit U r PUBOY All WIDOW, wA 9LI! TWO OUT WHIC :-T.t Inn and beinii 'm Urailfoid. ....."t". Ktorlda.lowltt liid
Change of : SWEET ,\ "I'lii'ir unit -jp.mmrntlorui may bo ...n at th.
60'1' MARRIED 11 ONE n"'WI", 'lhgnI Thi- nthwrat guartor of th. SoutheaatOunrli .h.. cifiitily nulntwr.. And c*.plea ofIho
: l" '" of thi N'irtluHMl ( and th. .
I r uarfter ; atpit'lllfiitlDnrt, mAy .b. obtained from lh
1 I\. II. I. I rkiulheut gunrtur of tho .Soiiltiwret quarterof ri'tAry of the' hoard .50 prr copy
Life i HOME ) f il the Northeast juartrr; ; and the North I 1'.qlrm i of UuplAnA: .y.t..U. obtAlnr.l from 1
b Inl7JI I, ;,. i Half of Northw- Uuarler uf NortheMtQuarter thNieTfrnry, of the board At |2.BO for ..."
of life beganon tJiJ of thu Houthia tjiiarUir : and the .r*,..,1 or f.; 60> for the comptcta ..(.
"When change North: Half of th. Norllii.ut :Uuarter nf the -.. II. 1U4-!
i me" sajs Mrs. Lewis I NnrthwMt Oonrt of tli* HoiitiwaMt Quarter, .. B. Mc\TTIOW9.:
Lfsher of Lamar Mo., "I I all In .....'h.n Thlrty-.lx' t I65L t And th. i r A Fl/f'lf Chairman.
O.ur Now er Month Half of Routhwtit' Ounrtor of South- 'l.''rutaryORI 2-10-514-It.
Buffered so with womanly I I 1 sat Quarter. uf Section Twenty.four ((14). .
weakness. I suffered a great Never Meant ,All of the ab..v. dmcrlbrd. and twin In -- --
back and I'' Never J Fownahlp Five ttt) Mouth, liann Twentytwo18ill >KR!: FOR riID>..IC4TI1Nlii "
deal of
pain my I.IIldps. I. ( ) Last' of lallahanwe Mertillan.: contain' Ircult My limb-, would cramp. I Inn In th. ajritreifate oO .e... .'I'molt. llradfonl County, In /'luurv.
I didn't feel Ike, doing my I' A. Z. ADKINS. .en.
work, and then-, are so many I & c ct1 Bpealal Maabrr In Ch.n...". r* .K Flume.Complainant.
.\. I!. CREWS. '
steps for a woman to take on II Solicitor for. Complainant. X .I.U.2.II1OIIlltR va j
a farm. I was very anxiousto II by Anna Cahatt.Ihfenant.:

get better. A friend recommended II : 1 tote I'L'JII.IC4TIO:<
I TerryCilkisOD } In Circuit. Court II'''. of .....rt,... El.hth hlll It Mini nppearlnir In the hy above affidavit slated aiipenilvd sure that li AtmuruHhalt. > Lli:

r '..11.1.1 Circuit Bradford County. In Chan' the fndant. therein nanwl. U .1
eW.ry tion-reahlvnt nf the ... *> of Florida. and she>
; J. Walker, i. a _hilor Vfl ben Vat Avenu. B.ll\.-
AUTOCAMIa "J Complainant. vue. Jelferaon county. Kentucky, and I a overth
CARDUI' I u I are of twenty-one yean ; It la thereforenedored ,
rfartha Walkar.iMfendant. s that Mid nnn-realdent defendant >h.
! to low ll'i'
I and la hereby reimlred to appear
1 It apprarlnir hy affidavit appended '' th' of complaint: filed In said raua on or IK-
Mil filed. In Ik* abr v* autrd caua* that fore Monday the 7lh day of April A. l lItf'M U
I \ tonVMjlTU&SPrXVZA IN WTE REPEMARRIED WON'T HAVE FUTILE ha Walker, the lutfendant. there/In' named. 1.1 : othcrwla. the allntatlona. of aid. l I.. I
The Woman's Tonic I non-raalderlt. of th. elate of riorlda .n wll Ibi. taken aa confeaaed by said ....r.nlnn'It
t IN UEKURB ANY \.e.I'V e. he I. a niildent of 1L ..w '.". KlaU of Ala-I I la further ordered that thla order I and la over Ib .of twalyoaram. ... .. I!
I e iama age pubshwl) "flea w w .li for four .n..1 >
to me and I began using It. TAS"SV TIt week In the Drfldforil. County TfliurapHnwwpaM.r <
I certainly improved. I went la therefore ordered that add\ non-r..l-1 publlnhed. In old county and! '>,'
1T. tent defendant. IM and I I. hereby re-iiulred u> ,i.ppear 'PliU f'.hriury 2K. 134.n .
through change of life without ? bto to the bill of eoniolalnt'' sled In ..... W.
any trouble. I can highly I 51V't .,..... on or before Monday the 3rd. day. of < C'lerk Circuit, o.-, '
recommend Cardui." )" 4arah. A. D. 'I'J4I.: othirwlc tne) allegation. Hy C. A. KNK'.HTIleputy
I of said bill will\I Iw taken aa eonfeaaed by l .
At the of about 40 to .Jyfq .
age ,aid ".,. .danl. R. A UHF.KH.Sollrllor .
CO every woman has to pass I 1 _< -<..c't 1I It U further ordered that thla order .baubljhed rmilalnnnt| -'--"' ".t-
tbrouvl.. critical time whichis L \ '> once a wash for four. eonaeeutlvoreeka .
a I I i 01 o' ';114t In the Bradford County. Telearaph. a
called the Change of Lite.At I t { '\' \ iwiapfr publlahed In aid. county' and, ....*. 3IOTJlF.Riw..tela

this time great changes I 7 ./,J' Th. January III. 11114. for symptoms-It worm In your
take In her system, ... O. W. AI-rjajn8AM.
place i .
and i ": .."' Clerk Cinult Court. .hiltJ"n. 'J harm /parasites am th an it.U
causing various painful .'. \ B, C. A. KNIGHT, I .troyfTH of ilulil Mo. Jf yon li iv, .

disagreeable symptoms.If 1 t I \ \ """ "Jrz Deputy Clerk. reason to think your ..hilolluwt woe''IK' i>' '

you are approaching suffer this 1 <' I L. II Solicitor CR...for. Com.,........ 2-l.Bl-2.2-. ql1 ckly.) Civn thin little' one a ''I J >.*' r

period, or are already I -aC twc Whit.-'rtfri-nrn Vrrmi'ua<'. 'vVi.rrn<,
- -- -
ing from any of its troubles win this tinw-tf I '" t
NOTICE or StECTIO: : : cannot aunt r-i
or symptoms take Car
should help you, as it has 1I L- .CLEANIN6S.mAvMuult/ I-f rtorlda. th* board of public Inatruetloa.of of the anJ -'/ l lilt., ,
I ... worms f fAll
t'e Indfard florid, hereby mil.. ., nwtaresPeieeel6'
others. ,
helped V CU"t4E lorn to loamy. In ..... boll.; B....... Md health to baloy .- ,I Sold by all druggists. p:.qg : r "Jew' KHay sub tehool 4n. ,ri.U 'f-u"t I Drug CtoreOJ *
rlarah. I*. 11181. to vWrnilna wtwthey. or 8M.L'
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--- -- ---- D. B, Williams, Mr. Turner and Mr.\ WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING

III I NEWS ITEMS OF BUSY LAWTEY \here Smith Monday., of Jacksonville, were' visitors. \ :Next Wednesday afternoon, ;at '\ I: BROOKER'S LOCAL WIEMS IUrookcr

Air. and Mrs. Claude Allison, Mrs. : o'clock, the Woman's Club will meetin ._... .
fliarcn 7.-11. vjamey, A. A. llazun, C.; N. :Shaw, J,
Ida Williams, Francis and Gordon the club house. Regular March Alvin demons, A. A. Hazen, G. B. Clemons, L. R. and II. P. Gainey ,
J. P. Mrs. J. H. Andrews, Jr., and :Mrs. Sun- business meeting will\ be held, after
7. Mrs. Williams motored to
Lawtey, Murch Colson, and MA and Mrs. I. W. Pin- visitors to Starke Monday.
Wyrick and little daughter, Hilda, of E. L. Oiggs, of Starke, were visitors day. I which the house and finance com- holster were visitors to Starke. Friday -

Alexandria, Va., are spending a few here Saturday I n. C. Kimberly and II. C, Kimberly, mittees will take charge of program. 'i( -
; L. R. Gainey has purchased
o'clock the class in parliamentary a new
Mr and JIM visitors to At 2
I days at the home of Jr were business! Lawtey I -
'. Enoch GriffU and daughter, Miss law, under the direction of Ford truck.
_T. J. Terry. Saturday. I Messrs. Ennis and Rivers of the
I Pearl, visited relatives in Ounnell Mrs H. H. Young, will meet.
G. A. Collins, of Starke, was transacting En if Is Motor\ Company,.Alachua, were
I Mr. A. A. Smith is spending a and Daytuna several days last week. business here Saturday. 'I' BANQUET BEING PLANNED visitors here Friday. Messrs.\ R. A. Week, S. U, Andrew

week with relatives in Gainesville. ; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bennett are 'Will Andrews, and G. B. Colson nl

Miss Anna Belle Turner, of Starke, l announcing the arrival of C. B. Ben- I Capt. J. L. Peek is completing plans Mrs Abbott, who has been visiting ,spending this week in Putman count

George White, of Starke, was here wan a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack nett, Jr. Feb. 27th. At their home for a banquet for the military relatives In High Springs, has returned fishing..

Monday transacting business. .Howe the first of tho week. lere. I company and invited guests; includ- I home. -

I Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Long are receiving ing several high military officials to Messrs. G. W. llama, J. E. ('I.! .-
Commissioner L. II. Hill attended Clifton Brown came home from / congratulations on the arrival )be held early in April at the Woman's I The Misses\ Gainey; of Starke, mons, A. B. Surrency, J. C. Cone, ant,i

the county Aboard in Starke Monday Gainesville and spent the week-end I of a girl last week.C. )i Club. Members of the club will spent the week-end here with E. M. Hazen had business in Stark ,

with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. ?M.\ Click, of Jacksonville, was a serve the assemblage and a royal relatives I Tuesday.

Lonnie Prescott and A. A. Crewe, Brown. business visitor Friday.DON'T time is 'assured the guests.
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of Highland were in town Saturday. G. W. Hazen had the misfortur
I Miss Pearl Bennett, of Jackson- !Mrs. Florence Powell and Mr. I II. P. Gainey has purchased. a new 1
WAIT TILLYOU'RE i to lose his residence by fire Monda
visitor ville the guest Sunday of Mri Pearson motored to Jacksonville Ford truck I
business was Lloyd
: J. W. Byrd was a I i night. A porti n. of the furnitur,
t to Starke Saturday. Sallie Reddish I Sunday. I'was saved.
I 1 DOM' SICKTHE Mrs Will Andrews, of New River,

.J, Terry returned home W. M. Dryan and Mr. Tilley were Judge Wilmeth Goes Home. was a visitor here Saturday. I I -
''i Miss Jacksonville where she business visitors to Starke Monday minute 'on, foil 1 a little Delbert O. Wlliueth, judge of the Mrs. Barbara' Dukes, of Five Mile,
from i
I Monday ('r th. \' t-- .' ["'L- dty court, had been holding an over- 'I is visiting her daughter Mrs. Morgan
spent a week with relatives. of C.-rK P-IJ i-"v: '; >'!. Ills wife had Invited E. L. Crosby, of Jacksonville! spent
1 Mr. and Mrs. Griffin, of Starke, !>">n't\ ",/nit tjil y">"'i 'm''ii .-. ,!''c.Taka time court. here this week. .
i friends for dinner ,und the judge was the week-end here with relatives. I *sit$
... illness
Gudc' ventivo uf 1
and visitors to Lnwtcy Sunday. i. p. -
I j Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan 1.I \ were -it v ill '"dchJ"r, / Mead, nid In a hurry to get liome. He called on c
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Luild : Ydrus- Captain Pope who was In charge at A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville, was .1 '
I up jour ; Luck Doake, of Lacrosse, Was a I si
1! Ed Durban, Fred and David Moore gist he; it,in bo'.ii:; IK, :J i iiii.l tubk J. the police station, for transportation. visitor here Sunday
Jacksonville Wednesday.
visitor to
I'i were visitors to Newberry Saturday Free Tri i Tablet} T *'" 1." 'oar.elf I The driver of the car said he was
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I'' ,
: tn> >h '>Hii.h-iiuiiiintc
Earl Roberta of the Florida University vain* of UtMifift, Purl?'N "i.."i w r tmliiy net' very familiar with the neighborhood I
I t \I, at Gainesville, spent the M. L. Loadholtz dyne home from ararnarmw'IrlxlPinl. ., I Itik", ,,.'. .*t 1ub4 all.l <_. Si>ml where the judge lives, as! the Miss Virginia Weeks hes enteredthe i: Mrs. Ozena Godwin has moved into
no mimi -- rat >d toW of the houses owned by M. P.
I weekend here at the home of his Jacksonville and spent Sunday with i ltreltenbe'h?' Co : W' :,11 8'i. k'. persons living there seldom call on Starke high school. one
I the police to adjust their family differ :Matheny. We welcome her to our
his family.
father, E. J. Roberts It Is that he was
ences and possible :town.
\j3iMta! ; :; churchat
responsible for what happened. The Among those who attended I
I A. M. Blanchard, Robert Blanchard Mist Eldridge, Reddish, of Jacksonville driver said an automobile wus parkedIn < New Hofre Sunday wereMr. and

.;. and (Fred Smith were visitors to lit spending few days here, pepto.t"I1.: anToni. front of the Wilmeth home, so he Mrs J. J. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. : Miss Lois Edwards, of Starke, ;

I Starke and, State Farm Saturday. :i this week with her mother, Mrs .' and tilood nricher stopped In front of the house next II. P. Gainey, Mrs. L. It. Gainey and spent the week-end with Ella Mae[ j

I I Sallie Reddish. -.-'-....... door. la his defense, the Judge says I others. Hazen. J

1 ; Mrs. Dozier Forsyth and baby returned -' the two houses are alike. At any rate,

to their home in Bunnell Friday Rev. H. G. Eaton, of Jacksonville, CTIY COUNCIL INREGULAR It Is laId, the Judge carefully removedhis -

after spending a few weeks here filled his regular appointment at the SESSION I overshoes on his neighbor's doormat well known throughout the county, and approved.In .
and walked In <>n them unceremo- the matter of petition from
with relatives. Lawtey Baptist church Sunday. Mr ... and are capable of giving good
Eaton expects to move here in the The Town Council of the Town of uloii lv. Indlnnnpolia New service in the office to which they citizens of Hampton, which was laid

,". Mr. and Mrs.-C. J. Hopkins, who near future. Starke, Florida, met in regular session I WOODROW WILSON AUTHOR OF aspire. They are: over from our last meeting for allowance

have been in Jacksonville for the past March: 4th with the following THE I.EAGUE OF. NATIONS! A. A. llazen, of Brookcr, for tax I for Hattie Mitchell (Col),

few months, returned here lust week. )I II Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard, Miss members present: C. E. Hoover, assessor.I same was considered and upon

Wilma Blanchard and Fred Smith chairman, A. O. Andreu, L. A. Davis, By Bishop H.. :M. DuBois E. Knight, of Starke, for state motion and second, she was placed

W. E. Torode was transacting business were visitors to Green Cove Spring; J. W. White. Minutes of the last : senator, fifteenth senatorial district, upon said pauper roll at $2.00 per

J.I in Jacksonville Friday. Sunday. meeting/ were read and approved. I !Man of an hour supremely dread, comprising the counties" Bradford month.
-- Mayor C. L. Peek advised the decreed to and Union.W. Petition received from Rosier
Seer of a day come
n'' Urey Gunter, of Wauehula, was a i J. J. McLeod was transacting business Council that March 17th to 22nd, had 'Priest of a world whose faith has fled, O. DuVall, of Lawtey, house of settlement asking that Rhoda Griffisbe

visitor here the first of the week I at Kingsley the first of the week. been designated as! Palm week, and ,Heir to its crown of martyrdom. representatives, group two. I placed upon the pauper roll and

that committees had been appointedfrom (I It. B. ,Vigtins, of Starke, county after consideration, sho was placed

Mrs. R. B Moseley wan shopping J. K.: Goodfcllow, of Lakeland, the different organizations of A voice approved of men that wept, superintendent of public instruction upon said roll at $5.00 per month.

In Starke Saturday. spent Saturday Sunday here. 'the community to solicit orders for A speech! of hope from lips of fate, L. J. Wynn, of Hampton, member Bill for $37.65 ordered paid for :

and palms, and the committee was requested I A spring of dawn from out the deep, of school board, district three.E. \coursing, medicine, and Doctor bill I

l I' Fred Smith, who has been spendingthe W. E. Torode was transacting business to meet at the office of the And peace from nadir night of hate. M. Johns, of Starke, house of and burial expenses of L. Gray

1 I i past month with friend in Law- in Starke Saturday. mayor Monday, March 10th, for representatives, group one. pauper.L. .

tey and St. Petersburg, left Monday Strawberry shipping is picking up complete. organization. It is desired I A clroani--God dreamed In days of old, A. 18. Surrency, of Brooker, County II. Futch 'Was recommended by

,r l' )I. for his home in Ware, Mass again after several set-backs by the to.. get as many palms as possible Then wrought in works of majesty; Commissioner, district five. I the Board to the Commissioner of I

cold weather, and by next week w! planted on the streets of the town And well the dream through ell has Agriculture as County Enumerator.

i'' i Joe GrillU, of Starke, was transacting will be doing business In earnest. and also on private property. held, INTERNAL I J REVENUE COLLECTIONS I There being no further business,

'. '' business in town Monday Tho clerk was instructed to notify Where God's own self is history. : INCREASINGWASHINGTON. :- 'Board adjourned until next regular

Jeff Johns, Perry Johns and Bare the superintendent of the light and meeting, which will be held first
t to install at the Long is the test of time forsooth, Total internal Monday in April, 1921.
{ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins and win Marr of Starke, were visitors water plant to a light -
Dolly Dinkins visited relatives in here !Monday.Mrs. corner of Walnut and Palmetto 'Long is the wait of right on earth, revenue collections in the seven I I G. W. ALDERMAN,
I White is the light that lightens the ,
Starke Sunday. streets. months ending January 31 were Clerk and Auditor.I'END .

\ Lois Wyrlck, Misses Wilma Chns. Crutchfield and A. Bronke I truth $1-I61,645,165, an increase of $183,
were present and. requested streetlights And fierce the fires that fashion 879,496 over the corresponding ,,+> : 't J.V.. Barber came home from Blanchard, Louise Pitts, Mary Boyer '
: t !I Gainesville and spent Sunday "with and Claude and Joyce Terry and near their property in the I worth. period ending January 31, last year, I THIS YEAR FORCHURCH

I his Robert Blanchard and Mr.' Bohannonwere town. The matter was referred to' Commissioner Blair announced that BUILDINGCINCINNATI.
family. Past. are the little strifes of men,
j ( the bond trustees.A income taxes made about 60
those from here who I up percent I
The phrase, the zealot's cry;
r Mrs. W. H. Edwards was a visitor attended the Spring: Minstrel at petition was presented, signed I Far the page a hermit's pen of the total, receipts from that .-More than $200,

'lj I I to Starke Thursday. Starki Monday evening. by a number of property owners on Has. up writ the words that can not die. source amounting to $860,921,107, an 000,000 will be spent for church build-

Madison street asking the Council increase of approximately $150,000, ing in the United States during the
- -- -- to the said street. The clerk 000 like in the '
.! I' pave The moment's multitudes disperse, over payments sapie present year, it was estimated at a

I was instructed to take the matter up I And barren leave the path they trod; period a year ago./ Tobacco taxes In conference here of representatives of "

t HAMPTON LOCAL NEWS ITEMSDeath 'with these parties for further information I But all the centuries hold the verse thesev en months covered by the com church boards of architecture from

IUj i I I as to the type of pavement, Which reads: "A man was sent missioner's report were $191,738,863, throughout the country. '1

the portion desired to be paved, etc. from God. more than eleven million dollars I The meeting was held under the .

T. N. Kendrick presented his resignation greater than was collected in the direction of the home missions
of Henry Hicks Rev. A. S. Jones left last Mondayfor
I as night marshal. Mr. Davis In 1919 Mrs.( J. W. White clippedthe seven months ending January 31, council.
Hampton, March 7.-Last Thurs- Bradford, whore he will assist in ,
made a motion to accept the said resignation !!- above poem from the Nashville 1923. The small cigarette continued:'
day evening, Feb, 20th, the death I revival services.! I
took from Mr. Andrew seconded the Christian Advocate and sent it, witha to carry the largest share of the NEITHER SENATOR TO BE ,
visited town and
angel our
motion and. It letter of, appreciation to Woodrow tobacco assessments during the CANDIDATE FOR DELEGATE .
was unanimously car- ,
our midst Henry )II l'ks. Mr. Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Dodd and Mrs. Jones -
Wilson, and in reply received most period. -
II IIrled.
had been suffering with a lingering Bolt, of Brooklyn, were visitors here
1 courteous letter of thanks. At that I WASHINGTON.-Senators Fletcher -
A. L. Alvarez and
disease for several months, yet no last Tuesday.Rev. was present applied -
time Mr. Wilson :MINUTES 01COUNTY ; and Trammell! will not be candi-
for the appointment.! Davis was suffering many
ono had thought of death at the time. I
5 I I cruel attacks from his enemies and COMMISSIONERS date for delegates at large to the
made motion to :Mr. ,
a appoint
He was born April 18, 18'Ji He)[ Windham preached at the
Alvarez and Mr. Andrew seconded !word of recommendation were grate- Democratic national convention. They
united with the First Baptis church, Methodist church here last
't fully received. The Board of County Commission have been urjtej by some important 1
I of Hampton, at the age; of 15 years, morning and afternoon.Mr. name. Th\ motion was unanimously .
carried. I --- --- ers of Bradford County, Florida, met personages in Florida to stand for
and faithful member. He was
was a
NOTICK TO ninnKRa: FOR FUKM'IUNG In regular session on March 3rd, 1!>21 election at delegates at larT, butboth
married to Miss Mary Jones! oft and Mrs\ R. M. Favor and Mr The clerk was instructed to notify HTAM1ARU UV ES HIRE FK.StF.S. ::
+ .-!,'litl bhls will be reci'ivml by the bard of with all the members present: as tnke the position that honors
Hampton, April 16, 1921, with whom and Mrs A. A. Durden and children the bond trustees to investigate ob- brad triiHlvtft. of Urutlfurd county,, Florida at
I follows: J. M Bronnlur. <"h.nrmati:, should be passed around They feel!
the office of the t t>0.1'Y of the board ate
4' until God, fit tot in the !
he motored line
lived happily saw to Gainesville Sunday after strillion\ sewer on Madison ,
SUirkt' Florida until 2:00 o'clock ,
p m. ,
Louis II. Hill, S..1. i'resrntt, II. P. t that thehave been sufficiently'
to take her home, December 11, 1922. noon. street. I I \l\>rll A. 1'UI' and at that tlmo publicly
opened, for furnUhtng f. o. b, Starke Fla. Gainey nrd, lam" Rcvi:" ,,M-' I''Tnied and should step aside so
Ho made his home with his parents I The regular reports of the Doar"1 i ivf 1 car fence wiru "fxlJx4H Inch' combination,
MinuU'if the '. read othi'ttiiii1, be ihosn,
nn-i "
after his wife's death. The remains j bond trustees the treasurer and wrappctl. : !
I II Herbert Durden Is taking lessons in j I li I were Interred In the Santa Fc instrumental music from the Galnes- I tax collector were received and > w re it In proposed i l to furnish anti Uw -
will load In ear.
besides his wife The ordered filed. .1h:3:: \ : j
cemetery, t jibe University. rcacnc tha right to rajaat. any '

funeral servlcon were conducted by INv1TABLFPENMANSHIP and all bide W. B.: TORODE!:, President Told of Good Roads Hopes | '
Rev. W. n. Hicks, of Waldo In the Vttcot: Chairman Pro Tam
Saturday evening, Prof. Carl Lawhorn's .C, A. FUTCH
t V. presence of a largo circle of friends 3-7-.C-4-4.

1 and relatives. Intermediate Sunday School ', Horace Greeley's handwhlting was

class gave a picnic at the lake from almost incredibly bad. It was I AGRICULTURAL YEAR BOOKS

I Rev Wheeler, of Plant City, will six to nine. Sandwiches, salads, ruinous In his lifetime, and even today I

preach at the Christian church: noxt pickles land eggs were served and avery tiles of it crop !3p! here and there in I have available for free distribution -

Saturday niith, Sunday and Sunday I Interesting and social time was ,i t the papers. One very amusing one' a number of Yearbooks of the .

.I night. Everybody invited. enjoyed. Those present" were Messrs. :' recalls: his reply to an invitation from department of Agriculture for 1922
the Illinois Press
: Asociatjion, asking
I C. T. Lawthorne, Dan LanRenux, i
him to attend of Its annual Theo publications contain a wide
one meet-
Mrs. R. M. Faver and
daughter, Victor Matthews, Oscar Tate, Leon ,
Miss lags. lIe wrote: j rhrlety of information of special interest -
Mary Blanch, were visitors to Hlnnklnshop, Edwin Wheeler, Ralph I
I Alachua last Tuesday. 'Green, Claud May\ and Russel Williams 'I have waited till longer\ waitingvoold I to the farmer and it will afford l1

I ; Misses Wllma! Alexander, \ be discourteous, only to find me pleasure to send a copy to anyone I a

filll'l hat I cannot attend your press meeting j upon request. The supply is
j Rev Jones his appointmentat Wilma May, Jessie Williams, Beutah 'i.a
I Wheeler next June, as I would like to do, I limited and I will be unable to send ;Y I v
the Baptist church last Sunday. Carine Whoeler, Elizabeth
I feel so many cares and duties more than one to each I
I Ills subject for the evening service I Wheeler, Gladys Allgood, Erma pressing 'I copy person. ah?
on me that with the weight of The Yearbook for 1028 is not
s yet
was "The Unpardonable Sin lIe'Fohns, Mary Lee, Wynn, MargieJ 1 :
years, I feel obliged to decline 'off the but I am advised it will
any press
subject I louse and Free I'
handled the in a very able and Wynn. Those pre- ; .r
I' invitation that takes 1 be available about the first
me a day's > July,
impreaive way. At the close of the tent I besides!! the class were Mr:*. C. E.
Journey from home." at which time I will be I
I glad to fill
service sermon seven members were I Harper, Mrs W. B. Alexander and r

accepted, on confession of faith, aa :, Sirs: L. A. Wynn. A pleasant eve- The committee's first interpretation 1 requests for it.
of this missive after long and FRANK CLAP.X,
candidates for baptism. I nine wna reported.
I l itbnrioui effort, read as follows: WASHINGTON, D. C.

<-- --- "I have wondered all along whether
HIGHLAND trip to Starke Thursday.! I..anybody had denied the scandal about :JEW CANDIDATES IN THE RACE
II. Wimberly, Jr. spent the week- the President meeting Jane in the

f II!". and MM. George Wilkinson end with relatives.J. roods. on Saturday. I have hominy, r Several new candidates have

I (- and baby returned I Wednesday from E. Wimberly and II. C. Winter ,carrots and R. R. ties more than I I thrown their hats in the political 'niitif' the U. S. Good Roads Association

4- a few weeks' visit in Bushnell. ly, Jr. motored to Jacksonville. Sun 'could move with tight iteer Any ring during the past two weeks andre ,'SriS'! ? President? Coolidge to tell of their from hope.the south and alma anile

4 Mrs. II. C. Wlraherly was a visitor day. .Insinuation that brick ovens are j seeking* the offices at the hands I to dmth national contention! at Albe uerque. Na ..

tu Jacksonville Thin di\y. E. U. O'Kelly spent Sunday with 'din[ : ei' "UB> to ham gives me 'Jf the vu:.,.. -. ... -. < -vHmary, this year!and pet.onaUi Pre"WeJlt ObretOD 01 Mealee

Thoa. Mersereau made a business I(Ms family at Sparr. ': thai';June 3rd. All of the candidates are !i ,- accepted -

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