Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
March 14, 1924
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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HONOR ROLL OF H. II. S. FOR !I Williams, D'onie Rivers, Evelyn I. ,, I an automobile! ride will take lovers of'I ...UA I\IfoI.I.: : ()F..mlIE'iJ. : )-
SIXTH MONTH: I Merrill Williams, Sarah Over- fishing and ramping tu the following'i, ::\1I:::' Stump
STAUKE OUR STAUKE I liikes-Sampson. Crosby, liowell, 'I '
S II street, Victor Thomas. Miss Nellie Kinitnley, \ urneK. Whittemnro, Steven I Sonator Park: lianimell; hat offered
First grade-Dorothy White Martha : Stearns, teacher. 1 *, blue> fond, Sand Hill, Magnolia, i I an amendment to the house tax reduction -
Morris, Louie and Louise Brown, Fifth (erode-Alice Fernandez, De- 1 On the Seaboard Air Line Railroad: Johnson< and innumerable others. bill which provides for an exemp
Edith Thornton, Ja.-ltson Rivers, Dor- Drownleo Jr., Stands a little city, beautiful to behold ; Sturko her the. following factories: tion from Income tax of three thousand ,- I
lia Williamson, Milton ,
Broom dollaiH
shingle crate, lathe, caniiin;!, \ fur tho heads of fanulics! ,
othy Swanbom, Leo Edwards Elizabeth Merrill Futch, Richard Long! GlennMcMillan i Shaded by the graceful water-oak wheelwright and plow shopH' and four :i with four hundred dollars for (ant n
Ilollingsworth, Martha Powell : James Richard WalnwriKht And the camphor tree so green; {automobile, garages. I j jI i minor child und an exemption of $2;!,- 1
Miss Olive Ray, teacher Thomas Willimus. Miss Isabel Uul- I Happy and contented people I We boast of having the loveliest 000 for ,,in,vl<> persons. Tha measure
Second grade-Lois Dwell within this fair Woman's Club building in the state. us it passed the house allowed an exemption
;; Long, Marjorie len, teacher. I city of only $2;00 for heads of
Stump, Lois Adkins, Martha Sixth erndo-Lois Colley, Louise I I And evidences of progress'Is If you wont to live happy and! a families and 1,000\ ) for single pcrmm
Brownlee, Mabel Margaret Ncff, Jas Hayes, Thelma Andrcu, Iris Brown, apparent'everywhere. I long wolcoma lime awaits, conic to Starke.. A hearty Senator TriimmeU's amendment was
[ Holmes Marguerite Prevatt, S. R. Leila Dea Andrews, Leah Struth, Do I you.KfcXilSriCATlON referred to the senate committee n..vrconsidering ,

Johns, Jr., Charles Henry !, ,'uIanninR': Thelma Silcox, Odia ; Farmers rushing produce of strawberries and. truckTo :
'Eldredjre Robinson, Arthur Darby Harder, Theodore Young! !Mrs Charlie meet the northbound train; I 185i 1
[ Joncn. Miss Ethel Griffin, teacher. Powell, teacher. The buzz of the motor trucks and the songs Notice is hereby given that the ivxtration I
Third grade-Richard Williamson Seventh grade-Hollis Bower, Ruth Of the workmen on our Jacltsonville-Tampa highwayMay books of Bradford county If this is your birth youromr> to a

[Mary Brownlee, Margaret Brow,< Sternberg.; Thornquest, teacher. be heard all over the plain. ( will bo of open the in county the several from Marc re.Icincts :3.- 4 Worthlnglolll'rinr'lI. 11)21) to celebrate our Florida 70 ,years July a,'

Miss Jessie Thomas, teacher Eighth grade-Ruth Bower. Mrs. I Everybody has an automobile lu2I!I I. to and including the 7th day of Write ma that 1 may send you a program. -
Fourth grade-Etholin White, An- Bessie McGruder, teacher. And they hit it on high ; April, 1921.Particular\ .
\\n\tt\ Varnes, R. L. Thomas Coleman Ninth grade-Clevy Norman. Mrs Farmers and business men all busy t attention is called to the 'Worthinirtor a. W. S. WARE, Secy,

S. S. Dowling, teacher. I And their limit is the sky. 1 fact
1 r Twelfth grade-Blanche Alderman, books must now register in the primary -
Iris Epperson, Isabel Fernandez, Eunice Then welcome all ye tourists and home seekers, election books, It they wish to
Perkins, Claudia Terry, Laura To this city on the Jacksonville-Tampa highway. I vote in the nominating. primaries.
I teacher. 'Twill give health, Registration in the general eiocl:',n
Wynn. Mrs Geo. C. White, you books docs.
not quality a person to
'Twill give you wealth. vote in the primary elections.
Pure and water is free '
THEUES3A air District registration oflleers have
>oJ And the women of the Woman's Club been appointed as follows:

Theressa, March 14.-Mr. Carroll The Chamber of Commerce extends a hand Precinct No. 1, Lawtey, Goo. ,v.j I
COMPLIMENTS here Atkinson, of Brooker, was visiting Of welcome to each and everyone. Roberts.

E. Saturday.S. Sibley was a visitor over to Precinct No.2, Starke (north), J, I
-Vonda Inman. F. Kit-kilter.
Hampton Saturday.Mr. I
and Mrs. J. P. Padgett and Precinct No 3, Starku (south), J,
-oF- W. Morgan.
daughter, Louise, in .
were shopping J
Precinct No. 4 Graham .
Starke Saturday I I Rob .
Mrs. Cyril JUanire, of Hampton, is I,ed chicken rind a salad course. In the |mate the year around, with miles of erts.Precinct No.6 G. W. Alderman
visiting her mother, Mrs. Fred Clo- '' center of the table was placed the fertile agricultural and truck and Futch. Hampton, A. A
Starke Ice Co. versettle. I large birthday cake with 31 pink tapers fruit lands surrounding, what more
Precinct No.6
I Mrs. II. D. May was shopping in I burning in rosebud holders. All does a sane man want? Youngblood.Precinct Theressa, C. A.
Hampton Saturday. | report a merry time and wished Mrs. These lands produce prize winning No.7 CANDIIMTH
Now River M. L.
Col Us Youngblood, of Graham, was Sibley many more happy birtndiy. Pecans, strawberries, tomatoes, potatoes Johns.
W. L. visiting, relatives here Saturday. corn oats, hay and all the great Precinct No 8, Brooker, I>. W. Ha- FOR
WALL Prop. H. E. Moorer was a visitor over to STARKE variety lit farm and garden products zen,
Hampton Saturday. of attractive Florida. i'
Mr.. and Mrs John Hall are receiv- With paved streets and sidewalks, Our !peophenjoy the finest bathing Supervisor of Registration.C. A. KNinilT.Bradford;
1 a congratulations daughter, born March over the 6th.arrivalof I up-to-date electric H.-.nti and water and Hummer recreation resort. in tho ,, county, Florida 2-29-21. Clerk Circuit Court
]Miss' Ruby! Cloversettle Is visiting works, sewerage, $10,000 high school South at Kingsley lake, five miles
friends in Florahome. ,I building, liar 11st, Methodist, Chris east of town This lovelies of lakes CARD OF THANKS
PHONE 12' W. M. Brown was among the visitors tian, Episcopal and Preshtyerian is a filter sea two miles In diameter, '
a complete circle, surrounded by rolling -
to Hampton Saturday. churches. Masonic and Odd Fellows, We wish to thank all who In any
hills of and oak clean white
.. John Shaw of Brooker, was visit ) pine ; way rendered service to us during the \
... Ing friend here Saturday night. thriving Hand bottom all around the shore line, sickness and death of our loved one.
I from few
deepening a
A surprise birthday party WAS given pure and high\ toned civilization to Especially" do we thank tho physicians -
nhoro feet In
Monday evening at the home< r"' make life attractive and plc-iiant near ninety cen- Drs. K. L. Hlggs of St-irke and
I Mr. and Mrs E. S. Sibley, the occasion i Add to this ample mercantile establishments ter. This is the resort all of :Slarko C. A. Bishop, of (ininosville, for their
being Mrs Sibley's birthday. Mrs I lovely homes, the most enjoys every summer. efforts to give relief. We also wish
C. A. Younf>fclood< and Mrs. H. E.l I beautiful women and girls in the state Our county is now building roads, to express our appreciation for the
G Moorer carried well tilled baskets -magnificent shads trees in profusion and one of the lateral roads includes beautiful floral offerings
I er about eight o'clock and spread OV'j a good natured, friendly porula- I the Starke.K inKlIley lake road. Mrs. Laura Hullo Weest and Chll- '
table with a bountiful supper of tion of all classes, a Within ten minutes to our home d ran. iM I

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Here your Doctor's prescriptions are accurately compounded by a registered pharmacist and

only the purest drugs and chemicals arc used. ,

Let' your wants be known. VIe carry a full line of sundries, Eastman Kodaks and supplies,

Ivory Grods, Johnston's Fine Candies, The Famous Sophie-Mae Peanut Brittle, Stationery---a good.

assortment of popular styles, Toilet Articles. Yes, we have them today.

Our soda fountain is the place where satisfying drinks are made. Our specialty, Chocolate Ice

Cream Sodas made with "Lady Grace Chocolate Syrup."




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EXTRACTS FROM: REPORTS rvt? I day. F.b. 1, to bal due __________________19121By -
COUNTY AGENTS Misses Edna Browning and amt. collected ...__.......______.. 1147.68

Beatrice Phillips visited friends i in March 1 to bal duo ....___.___......1887'Ctunty .

kadiaon. -Delivered six carloads Lawtey Sunday. Feb. 1. to bal du..__.._P.ll_.??....__.. 179.00( ESTABLISHED I Mail Orders '
of co-operatively bought fertilizer I to MeRnra. Lonnie Harley and Elam liy amount collected. __u_.___.______ 11.00]

farmers. Fifty or more tobacco barns Roclen of Lawtey were visitors here March 1 to bal du __________.____ .!668.00 'I.

are now completed; seed beds will Sunday afternoon. I Feb 1, to bal T.tal du. _Sub_____School____--______1818! S 1848 ;; u, ,_ _, _ n __ Filled Promptly
for transplanting. By amt. colkcud _____________.____ la6.4!
soon be relldy H. B. Bennett and D. L. Phillips)
I were visitors to Theressa Thursd March 1 to bal duo ..........._:._...18017.01

". Jefferson-Farmers are planting David Moore, of Lawtey was a Feb. 1. to Total bal due Bib.. .School.. ____Bond.___ -_ -:8923.2 We invite at time to visit our store
sweet corn for early roasting ear visitor here Friday evening. I By amt. collected .---::.......:--... BeMarch : you any

planting of water ____ ______ '
shipments. First Mrs. D. B. Browning attended 1 to bal du __ -- --883E Jacksonville
Four Road and Brldu. Bond Fund in
melons was made this week. church at Lawtey Sunday morning.: i Feb 1. to bal dud _________...__.___8412&.87
local shipping orguniztions: are aliiltln By amt. collected __________________ 446.G9

with the Sowega Melon Grow- Norman Lonnie attended Harley church and Miss at Law Lob 1 March 1 to Widow.bal duo P.mlon__--_--_Fund________30880. Complete stocks always in.

era Association. I Feb. 1, to bal du ____.___..________ -UM.20 ",
Sunday. By amt. collected _u_.____________. 12.81 Books
F. Hargi and L. F. hut Misses Lois and Gladys Nor3lan, Fancy and Commercial Stationery
Lake-B. March 1 to bal du. .----------------94_______u__ 943.02 .
ncr, prize winners in White Leghorn : Beatrice and Marl!\.eerite Phillips attended I 0. W. ALDERMAN.!: Athletic Goods Kodaks and Finishing ..
of the social at the home of W. I Clerk Circuit Coon
poultry, are hatching thousand (S.." By C, A. RNlr.HT Pictures and Picture Framing Toys
baby chicks this spring; ready sale E. Norman Friday evening.Mr. I Deputy CleLAXATIVE .

for all. These men are not only! and Mrs. Floyd Patten atte I Office Furniture Gift Goods t,' .
I Lw.s "' ":n.. f.OJ ....Q rail :C.,. u a
breeding: show birds, but are maki ed the show at the Starke State Farm I CRO&iO: QUNINET9blutl -.emovccause. I II Artists' Surveyors' and Leather Novelties .

e heavy egg-laying records.: Other of Saturday eening. I T1)ore la tv'.y; ooo "*!-'M"Qulmi; I Draftsmen's Needs Mah Jongg Games
the breeders in the county are doing I F W. GROVE'S .'tfnwnw nn be*. SUo.I .

well with poultry. Lake county i 18 NOTICE OF ".!Jo8)l1mN I. Novelty Glassware Billard Supplies

good poultry farms. i AGENT; h -
Hereby notice U given that R. H. Bmit '
mrehaBer of Ian sale certificate: numbered I
Putnam-Watermelon planting I Is ..roped Ively 104. toe', 117. 1IH, 111). 120 121. Okaloosa-One of my demons'tra- ::,erI'
122. 123. l-4. 125 126 127 128. U9 130, }131.
going on here; about 400 acres will 132, 131.: 134 ...u..1 hy the tar collector ot tore increased the average number of
Florida. Said .eartlflei. W,,,
Jrailforil County .
bo planted;, trcatett seed for 20 acres' 104 and 108 "Inor dated Au... 2ml, A. D. lug u. eggs to the hen from 131 2.3 in lU22 "," '' .
to .nd. mlil certificate 111. UK. 119. 120. I 121. done I by I .
sublimate last this
with corrosive prevc to: year; was
i 122. 12.1: U4, 126. 128. 127 12D 120 13(1 131.1
disease. Potatoes are looking good In .12.. 133 anil 184 twin* dated July 4th. A. I D. culling, better care and a rooster selected I
1021. and hav Aled ..Id certificate In my S
epite of cold. Federal Point potatoes ,Rice anil have mailn application for tax d..d from a 250-ogg strain. I I
''o Uauo In accnnlanc. with the law I
r are in bloom.St. Said cert,ncate. respectively I embrace.ollowlnic tI,. !L We make
land. In Braijford. county, .10.111.. J Walton-Eighteen hats were made This is "' r- -: :; : .E I If
Johns-Cold weather has not retarded i .*...*.1 at In the th.dut.namci of the reapectlvely iBNimnco of henll B1prtlftcatca at two all-day and one half day miinery 1.. ........ '- 1\-" ) '"''' J.'OOC' '';'Oil ''OCv' to order

our potato crop seriously; the .fter Certificate particularly No. 104 set embrace forth to-wtt Lot 7 of DII I meetings held this week. Two one 0 ..- :; :."; :" ----- ;' ;;;" .F' --;;' ft I

stands average from 75 to 85 per I Lot 2. 4. 6. 8 of Illk. 29 Lots 2. 4. A. I food preparation meetings were given .-.-. .., _.,. -- .rrr- ::: -.:1=-. .: _. ..... .-. PrintingLithographing
8.I 10. 12 of Illk. 80 A Lota 2, 4. 6, of Blk. :I n our : ; aw ay; .w.egieaRetail -
cent.: I '"1 Lot. 2, 8. 0. fl. T, 8. 0. 10. 11 of Blk. 82 .. one with cereals and one with ,a. :- '_.".. -=F. ';" ..... ,
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41k4taLola 9.8ofDlle26ai.o.2,8.6.; :, eggs! and milk. I t .... ; ... .. -_ .
Suwannee-Ninety per cent of our 7.I e. of Blk. 40 A Lota I. 2, 8, 4 A Fracl loOt. I I fcl' I" yn Engraving,
6. < A Ix>ta 7, R. 5. 10 11. 12 of Blk. 47 > : ;
watermelon crop has been planted. I .II Blk. lift. 66 In New River, Bee 23-24. TII "I I Pinellas-We organized a county St orea ..-t..I l./_.. It".' Rubber
e.I 8. R. 20 E Emil' Mitchell. poultry association this week. Our W' Stamps,
11o. 101 embrace. Lots 1. 2 II. : --'fI" ..
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Walton-We bought 15 carloads of S., of Illl. 10 In New Rlv.r. S.... 23, Tp. 6'1, adult; clubs have been given demonstrations at t'! i I i I / t Seal
this week If. R. 20 E., auMMxl Haul. Cro... in fruit and _. 1'1''r.1 11.. .., i Jt- .
fertilizer co-operatively I Curtlftc.t. No. 117 emh.... Lots 2 A R tlf U I :
1. Our people are about through with! h1k 24 In New Rlv.". See. 23 Tp. 8, 8. R. 20E. making strawberry preserves; they 45to49 J.i= ke .. ,J!..;.. v----N J Loose Leaf
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their satsuma plantings I Certificate No. lilt embraces Feel Blk. 4 InN. Iwere delighted with methods and we I -frliumtuaa 'm.wat""uor' I Devices
I l.w River. Sea. 23-24 Tp. 6. S. R. 20 E.. really got good results. W. Bay St To ._. .-. :1"i ,
Duval-Ilave returned from Maltl-I...Certlfle.ta_.d unknown.No. 119 embrace. Lots *, 9 afInk. I ', '} ;:: ;L\ JiT'l' BlankBook.
r; 7 In New River S... 2324. Tp. >. 8. R- !t' ,I. .
Garden trip and two ...... Lake-Gardens are getting lots of' i fI.I 1 I : 1 I
son Square 20 E.* .1 Unknown. -.. If:. arc\ 1i u II t
I, Certlflcatn No 120 embrace. Lots 1. 8. eRIk members II 'I I '; .IW I t ] 111-, .1 11\\ etc.
weeks of most sincere Florida boost- attention from club now ; t'I
8 In New Rlv.r. Sec. 2324. Tp. 8 8. R. .. I I :. 1jf' '
ing. Our county ranked high. Ten'' to B.. ai......1 unknown. i,I many have planted more seed because [' s ,i ( J I 8' y ;;" .I' in our own
I i Certlne.t No. 121 .mb..... Lot 11 of DII Jh tt.J.JW1 ,t) .I U
Y: thousand agricultural booklets Wl're 10 In Now. River. Sea. U- 4. Tp. e. S. R. 20E. )f the interest aroused by the free Largest : : :: I __ ,..
'., .......... unknown. I :: plant,
judiciously handed out to interest 8 of Blk. seed given away last week. Held five 152 I----:;=:
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visitors and the value of the exhibit 11 In New River 8.... 23-2t' Tp. 6, 8. R. 20E. poultry and four sewing club meet and / ; -- '---'- # "-..- :::: = :-m-- the
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from an advertising standpoint will Certlnr.t. 123 .mb..... Lot 3 of DII Ings. I rt- : ,
undoubtedly be worth many times i Its I 11 In New River 8,-... :24-24. Tp. 6. 3. R.2 OE. I Finest "I'iVt1fj. ; ..:;;,;;! .,h.v.' : " I.. I.f"I'J1Ji :r24Pl4i.,4if,4t.r; ; t---,,1' modern .

.. an.em.ed unknown.Certllleat. ." ..... ,
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cost. Florida never looked so good< No. 124 .mhrace. Lot 11 of DII Putnam-Canning club members ... _. '
16 In New R V... See. 23-24. Tu. t. S. R. 20E. Store of ., I I1 -1 ;, in the
to me before however upon my re- !,. ..........! unknown. have been enrolled in every community -, ft := f t. I 1'1' I I II' I '
Certlncat. No. 12S .mb..... Lot. 8, 9 of Blk. -- t." r .
turn. I 111 In New River. 8.... 28-24, Tp. 6, S. R. 20E. of the county.HillsboroughAt. its kind ": I i LL : South at.
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?Certine.t. No 126 .mbr.... faa 1. 7 ofBlk. IO.JILJtJ' .1. 't 22 to 30
t 7. 1\Iarlon-Our two lime-burning cot- 26 In New. River Spc. 2324. Tp. 6. S. R. 20 the Madison in the --- : -" ; ... '
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panics have consented at my request 1 C.! .......d unknown.127 embrace. Lot. 10 IXIk ot Square Garden show we sold all our ,1." '--.--..:..--.-.....:-- .-. ..--...:.:-' : -- 1. W. Bay St.

Certificate. No. 3. Ito South ._ :. __. _._ : ::. .: :.:. = ..
I' to hand-pick lime for use in making 27 In New R.v.r. Sec. 23-24 Tp. 6. marmalades and jellies; one womu: -_._ =-= .. .., = ." = ----== -
11:.. anieafted unknown.
bordeaux mixture for spraying pui Crrtlltrate No I'JH .mb....... Loll 5, 7, 1/1. came back after buying Jelly and
J. 12 ..f Itlk. 2* In N,w River Sec. 2.1-24.:\ Tp. 6. I
10 poses. The extra charge being made S. R. 20 E., afl.eBB.d unknown.Certiflcato wanted to know how she could get
$is small in comparison with the better I No. 12D embrace. Lot. 1, R, 9 nt"Ik. moro of it.LeeOur.
20 in New River Rue 23-24, Tp. 6. 8. R.
results to the sprayer who uses B.. anieaieil unknown.Ortillriuo I _
120 Nu. Ill) emhriire. Lot 11 of DII .
fair last week offered
it. S. R. 20I ITI
l0 In I New River Sea. 23-24 Tp. 6.
E.. aHi>n. il unknown. prizes of $15 $10 and $5 to the home
Certificate No. lill embmoeit Lota I. 8. 5 nr
'I WOO)LAWN I Peed Blk. 91 In Ni-w River Sec. 23-24 Tp. I 8.S. demonstration clubs having the boot
I K. 20 R., aBftetmed! unknown. exhibits of canning and club
Certlfi..en No. IH'J embrace. Loin 7. 12 n'I every
Mr. and Mrs. Norman were vial.. h1k. 32 In New River. S.... 23.24. Tp. 5, 8. R- had! an exhibit; Alva Olga and Ions .
20 E.. aM.......1 unknown.
tors to Starke Saturday. I Certificate No. IH;: embrace Lot I of RII tuba won.

t R. B. Osteen, of Jacksonville, I It 18 SS.. In.NBpHBtil New. Rlv"unknown.". 8.... J'24.. Tu. e. 8. R. 2 oE. I

pending the week here, the guest I New River, S.... 23.21. Tp. 6. S. R. 10
friends.D. a..n....d unknown. bought 500 baby chicks this week; In .
B. Drownin a business visitor Unli*.. Ha d eertlllcatea shall rxt reilpemcortlinff ..' for and these I did
was caring feeding .
.. ti> law tax ilo..l will l_*uo there. .:
to Jacksonville Thursday. I on the 14th day of April A. D. 1924.Witnp some definite club work. Biscuit contest I
olTiclal. Bltrnnltir. and anal thl.Oth .
r i I Rev. D. L. Phillips filled his day of March. A. D. 1024 at Bethel brought out the largest

regular appointment lit Saxton Sun. Clerk<5. W. Circuit ALDERM Court.Hy \N.. attendance of tha year and severalnew .

B. ,1 ford County rlorlita. members. : .'
i Deputy Clerk. 3-11-61-4-11. ,

DeSoto-Our fair has come and t

1 1i / 111 FINANCIAL STATKMKVT' PUNHHMnnthlv / OF COUNT gone; a complete success. All have .

sly flnanel.l .tatement uf Rmdfe" the fair spirit now( and by another:
for the month of February 1t24.Gon.ral .
year I think we shall have a regular t

alanee. ,....h. I. 'IDJ4 ___Fund_________.___SH""..18tt..II. fair association. The women wen I .
*. During Month ________. .___. 12ft 1C
> ,... 7rt BburBetTK'nt. Durlnw Month _._ ____ *<11 ftll truly responsible for the fair.OMM1TTEE I
I t nl alancv March. 11)21\ ______________288:1.U:
fine and rurfvlture. fundalanpo
I ". Fob 1. 1"24 I _____________ .._ 24I BEGIN DRAFTON < :
!ecelpt. During Month _____.Uu__... 41MmrNeinnnta 1 St SOLDIER 'BONUS: : BII.I.
,. I II Durlnir Month ........ 70>>..41Bul.n.
II I .. March 1, 11)24\ ______u______ I1D.17 I
Rand fun.Innrp '
"" K.b. 1. 1034 _.___, ..___. __ 184.88. Washington-Tha house ways anti\

One House in Four I fW lnbtinieni.'nt.
Ralane March 1. tll24 __--___--.____ 184.Bullillnc last week began the drafting of) ,I I

> tlanpe Ki-b 1. l.'J4 _.rand_____________ 8.60, a soldier bonus bill. *- I 15 cent OFFOn
: Government figures peelnt. During. Month __.___..? The three days of public hcarint, per
MnhOnrm.nta Ditrinir Month ........
show that each year, oneS nc.6.5 I brought out four proposals which re

house in four is destroyedby tlanre Fib 1.Oul 1"2,t.ndlna..._Fund.___________ *"" 1ft, :M\ed considerable support. Thret
fttoto..ipt. Purlnir Mnnth ._____________ 61.89, were entirely different from the bil''
of weather.It 1.h".n".I. rirln Month _. Article in Stock
ravages March 1. 1024. _.__... 881.011 vetoed by President Harding. They' any my
... Fund-
may be the Summer "llmirF' ..b I.Prol"1"24 .__.n________- 73.60, Included payment in cash only, ad. 1
Durln Month ____.____
dusted compensation in the form 0'-
t sun or the Winter sleet- >htir-i m-nl Durlni Month ....____
ilance March I. 11)24 7SI 60 lid-up insurance policies and a two SATURDAY ONLY
weather is a persistent .01.... > Pane------------l
n.I".,. F.b 1. 1''Z4 ._______ ____On M2 !nR..h't. option plan allowing full cash pay ,
Diiflnir Month ..________u_. 12.S1 ents or paid-up insurance. Theiird
; destroyer.
l't.bu..m."t.t Durlnv Month___.__ '
'' March I. 1IU4 __________.___ t5.6lagrieultwnl >> scheme was advanced by the'
That's why you ought DeWITT C. JONES
i readaalaner
; I Frb I. 1"21( .. __________h 1.1tue.ipt. special committee of veterans on bonus '
\ to use a paint rich in ( During Month ......... legislation. I -
I Month ._ __ II
I" Ol.bll..m..l. Durlnir ,.
I' pure linseed oil, zinc and )stance March I. 1824 ....____n_n___ 1.18 I
March 1. 1294. ETERAN BUREAU HEAD !
lead-a paint that will
FlorM.. '
8ta' of
,' protect and preserve T hereby rertlfy that th* foreroln.. l.trme> .
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the receipt and di.bttr empnta. nfV ..
your home. ,....t. nf B'.Hfonl rnnnlT fi>r the month a, Washington.-Charles E. Forbes. # ,
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.'.bru.." 1924, 1 la tru. and correct to theeat former head of the veterans bureau, I
.. of my knowledge' .. and bellpfO. .
W. Al.nBRMN.KAL leaded not guilty Thursday before.
SHERWIN-WlLLlAMS I ''! : ) Clerk Dreiilt Conn.
i Bradford r..ntyn" a I United States commissioner

\ C. A. KNIOITTTVnn of fraud and bribery handed .

PAINT. PREPAREDis Clerk-- down by a Chicago grand jury. I, ii .

CLERK'S: REPORT Bond was fixed at $5,000 which bemade.

the leading house March 1. 192lepert He will in federal courtfor a .
F ol the Clerk of the circuit Cour appear
has stoet-l the In and far 1tr.1fnrd' ,.*"..t.. ..,,,, ,,. e.n a4. trial March 17. I
paInt-It punt af ta... ........<.! for th. year 192.
E. W. H4.YFS.Tax Forbes was indicted in two truebills
test for fifty years and CollectoBradford ',
in connection with the construc-

its makers have always To Coqnty('..nty Peeper. Ion of veterans hospitals.( I Ii

p ,..Ph. 1. to bal l d> _____ .__--_.._____98H2.7ami. II
maintained quality. II" collect ___...--_ .--.. -- U3.711M..h SIGNS TOU CAN BELIEVE ii i .

Paint your property t to feat due ______00_ __n. ___943g.fl If your breath Is boo and you hav"IlpelLi I '
Fin. and F.rf lt.r. of in the head, poorpetite
SWP and to teal du. .__ _____.._ .....SSJS6I' swimming .
with t. n
your "" amt. collected uu __.00_..._.. ___ 19.01M."h ronatipatiun s/.d a general; no8C1'Ount I
S feeling it is n sign )-"r liver! is

house won't be the onethat's I to bal due ___.h ______.___-S775.5I tOI'J' ("..." Read ... t'''".. iu thojivxr stomach
destroyed out of P'rb. 1. to bal du..__.____________.____USD II for all disorders ,
81' amt collected ..________.__.__u 99.02M.reh anJ >wrlsUHerbin<>. ItarU|
four.We're 1 to bal due ____________..____7511.14 on ire i the. liver bowels strengthens and re 'digNtioDt holing-!:
agents.CONSUMERS O..t..." .. .......... Fated and cheerfulness. Prica -
____._.__ .18 of vim
..ob., I. to bal due _______. 4711 enenrv.
LUMBER CO. By amt. collected --,__-._--____. 41.88 60.:i. 1 Sold br'AU
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}J. = ( NEWS ITEMS OF BUSY LAWTEY- children. -
"' I Tho body was laid to rest at New

"' .. Hope cemetery, funeral services 11l') -
--- I ling; conducted by Rev. Moody of La-
I I MrsV.. E. Turndo' was visitor W Bruce Boyer, of the U. S. navy, Crosse.

Starke Monday. spent several days here last week at
t I Tho many friends here and elsewhere -
the homo of his
J parents, 1tanJ! sympathise with tho bereaved
Frank GreenWaldo, visited Mrs. E. D. Boyer.
ones in their loss.CARD .
friends here Sunday.Mrs. .
i I I II Mr. and Mrs. J. R. CooilfVllow; ;' and I OF THANKS""

I W. E. Torode was a visitor to .children returned to their home here

Jacksonville Tuesday. Saturday after upending several Wo thank our many friends of the

j J f ;; months in Lakeland. Fairbanks section for their kindness
Rev. Louis Donnelly of Stark, wasa tho
through Illness and death nf our
visitor tore! Saturday. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of
, Starko, and father, and also Drs. Elmo and Price
tI'\\ I Mrs. J. C. Adkins of Guinesville! were ,I of Gainesville, for their services
I Miss Eunice Whltohoml was visitor visitors Wodiicfdtiy the h, or''
i a ut >mo Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Shaw, Jr.
.\ to Starke Saturday. their mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards I

MvrirK or AI-PI ICATIOM row TAX' : nprn:
:, Mr. and MrsGoortri- Anderson Mr. and l\u. W. F.. Tormlo Mr. I u.NiiKHFrnnN(JKNKHAI. HTATIIttS' nn or: TUB

t \\eio visitors to Starke Sunday. and \Mrs. W- II. Edwards and Mr. and Nolirv l I. ln.,,ly rhea. hut K. C. tlrllH'iITf -
i Mrs.\ E. E. Ilurniiy took in Ala. r. pirtttllMr of "part of. IMcirlllicHtt. Ni
I.u. tlntttl llu ;th lny tif Juno A. D I. r;.
There will be services in the three Fields. minstrels in Jacksonville last :IIIIH: IIIil:l! ruin l rrrllflfnlo in my nlTiri: sad: I 'tin
mntliHitplirnliiin I for lux ilml. tit INIUV
n noooHlatici. -
churches next Sunday.: All invited. j week. with, Inn Hnlil rliflc-KItt mltrn. .....
) I'I the ritllnwinu d..iI..1 pntrirty, ittuAltuI, In
I ItiitK.til' ( r. Hitrnln.
Prew Alvarez, of Stark., was at- Misses Grace, Morrison, W. K. Mayo south; r'It; south iinir In-tvit or s.iuihrn'
lending to business here Monday. and Ida Hill of NiiI.IV' !S( I'I'u, M IC. 1t! I-: 4'i \ i -.
I nirininghnin, Aln., f The cold Inn.I bclnir Mnmcil at the 1/ I were guests last woel of Dr. und tho. .UMimnpm .",-Ii ei-rtillcAto. In tli. neon
I I IF YOU INTEND SELLING YOUR !Mri W. II. Edwards and sun, James Mm.W.. 1. 1'iiwi-ll. They weie, euruutrhome f Dill f t.|N. Iliiinn unit ..Itrud.rtllUiltc.' el.) hill .ht riitcomnrrtirdlnir .-d
here visitors to Starke Saturday. i| after rmlitiir lxv "' >' ilny at Aiirll. A I) lax.
this state, visiting. Tuinjm, St. IVters-\ \tl'.I.;; ,Ih..; oiricinl nlitnaiiir I : :* mul MH| thle
Max Wimberly of Highland, wasn burg Orlando tinI Ilih tny of March A. D. 1014.O .
faint Reach and other: W.1.11I':11'1: \N.I .
; PROPERTY PROCURE YOUR ABSTRACT business visitor to Lawtey Monday.Mrs points. While in KtAtiRiistlne they I ISnil 1 Clirk ll inuit Court.n .
c A KNii.iir:
,," -- picked up a friend, Mrs. J. U. Byers, :i-N, '-I-II Dnpuly 1:1.rlu.
: R. R. Thetlu and Mrs. R. M. who was n guest while hero of Mr. ---- --

/ Tracy wore visitors to Starke Thurs and- !Mrs. J. J. 1I(?Lcot!.
: NOW -j dll)'. 'I.i ___ I Chip off( Block J JI

A. II. Harley and Colon Miller met
----. Mrs. Henry Bennett of Jacksonville with painful accidents last week

visited; relatives and friends here last while working on the hard! road bridg

BRADFORD COUNTY ABSTRACT CO Friday.Mr. es. A heavy timber fell on !Mr. H-ir-

I Icy'a rltfht "foot Tuesday which will
;t. IIowzo, of the (Hart Furniture put him ouV of commission for several

Co., of Starke, was transacting bus diys.' l-'rlday 11 large piling fell ,,t
"'i ii iness here Saturday.Mrs. IIgll!nat Mr. !Miller's right leg just !:

," \\ below the knee. At first it win lie-
Francis Wigging and son, of lie vcd the \leg was broken but an examination {

,., Jacksonville, visited relatives hero on I proved that it was only a I'

Saturday and Sunday. | severe bruise. lie will bo on the job

; again in a few days.
I Rev. H. D. Boyer family mov- % I

ed to Daldwin Friday, to the regret'' ItKATII: OF \DISON SHAW ,

of their many friends hero. ,

i I I The sad news of the death of lIIr.1
Mrs. S. L. Alvarez of Starke, spent Madison Shaw, Sr., of ,

Saturday and Sund.iy here. with her was n shock to hill wide circle of '

; r I mother Mrx. Louise Lowery. i friends over this county. lie pasted

away at Gainuttvlllo, Feb. 20th, after \
I Mr. and Mrs. C. I"'. Harbour, of five weeks of culTuring. He was'a native I ,

I Macclennv, were tho guests Monday of Brooker had reached tho ui'e I,

of Mr and Mrs. J. W. Barber. j of 71) yours, and was loved by all. lie tWurocarcrt

: I leaves to mourn his death four Him, '

Little Magdilino. daughter of Mr. Lewis Show, of Tampa, Matt Shaw, .. ., :
; and Mrs. Eel<1 Rowe, who was severely of Gainesville, Curnell Shaw, of "- -

I burned a few weeks ago by having! Brooker, Tom Shaw of Kansas City; i Mrs James M Thompson. ' .
I her clothes caught/ from an open fire, two daughter, MM. Rachel !M:,irnhri'iof if the late CongreiHmun hanip'
died Inut week from tho burns. The Tampa, Mrs. Jennie Yarborough, lark of Minoiiri l in. a nmdidiito!
for a neat in ("onler. ". front Lau
6'FARM family have the Hmypathyj j of Worthington Springs; two brothers iftanri I

..:;' == of the entire community. i two sisters and fifty-omt Ifrun, -_



The government; -says that crops for I Highland, March 14.-Miss Delia I Saturday morning last, the ever
of Elkhart, Ind, arrived on I ,
1923 show an increased value of $1, sweet chimes of the wedding bells
Friday for a visit with Mrs. II. C.
600,000,000 over 1923. (Oct. 1st. estimate Wimberly.E. were again heard Mr. T. D. Proctor, ,.

) Farm conditions from many Wilkinson made a business tripto of the Telegraph ;orce, formerly of

points of view show adecided Im- Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. Lake Butler, and Miss Maude Nor-

provement. Good planning and good and Mrs. J. J. Thomas and II- man, of Jacksonville, were united in

management should mean good profit B. Thomas spent the week-end with marriage at the First Christian .

for this year.Moneymaking. relatives in Starke. church, Jacksonville, Rev. Roy L.

, farms are those on Mrs./'G. \V. Parker returned Satur- : Brown, the state evangelist, officiat- '
which most work is done in least time day from a visit with relatives in
ing. The bride wore her traveling
-with least labor. Try to increase Jacksonville. I
dress of gray crepe de chine with accessories ,
your crop yield per acre, with
E..M. O'Kelly spent Monday
you labor cost, diversify. Plow more his family at Sparr.C. to match. I II

furrows as you go along, cultivate I M. Click, of Jacksonville, was I Mr. and Mrs. Proctor returned to I

more rows, cut wider swaths. Plant transacting business here Friday. : Starke Sunday evening in time to at-

every hill full-the missed hills In a I W. M. Wimberly of Jacksonville, I tend the bridal supper which was prepared ,
field have a surprising effect on the of relatives the first
was guest
Save extra pounds of In their honor at the Hotel Marion. -
yield of the week. i
butterfat by efficient cream separa- I Mr. mid Mrs. Claude Allison left on The dining room was beauti-
tion. Spread manure by the load Instead fully decorated, ferns and cut flower
Friday for their home in Owensville,
of by the forkful. Let tractor Ind., after a pleasant visit here with being used in profusion. Their table J. W. MORGAN

and engine power help you. Modern )( Mrs. Ida B. Williams.Dr. was especially arranged, colored,
equipment, well handled, is the key streamers extending from the lights
I It. V. Runyon of SturgU Mich.,
to profitable farming, and makes the I was the guest of H. C. Wimberly and above to the cloth. A beautiful bouquet New line of Tissue Ginghami, Organdies, Per-

farm life pleasanter, too. | family Mpnduy. of white arnations and ferns I ca'!'' and Everfast Fabrics for Spring wear, just
The material! which goes into the' was used as a centerpiece, while a I
Sheriff J. E. Weeks and Jesse QuizIcy
< ened We are showing last minute styles in
making of farm machines now costs of Green Cove Springs, were business large doll, dressed for the ocmsion, up.I
an overage of twice what it cost in visitor here Monday. also adorned the table and stood opposite 'tresses in Crepes, Satins etc. Spring wear inn

1911. The price of oak lumber is the bridal cake. Hats. .
H. C. Wimberly's store and the post
It In 1911! Mr. aid Mrs. Proctor will make I
three times as high as was office here were broken into Sunday
Soft center plow steel and cold rolled I night and robbed. The loss to the their future home in Starke and they ,lee our Magazine diiplay. Cosmopolitan Good I IJ
steel twice as high, steel, bars, coke have the best wishes of their many
postoflice was'ery small but Mr. iusekeeping! Hearsts Intern\' hn \l, True Story
and cotton duck more than twice estimated hit loss ;:; friends.
Wimberly at $ I
high. Labor which is a large a'i Sheriff Weeks of Clay county, 1 rue Romances Popular' Science, McCalls, Dcsignr *
0'1 I
ta manufacturing costs, is considerably Sheriff Epperson of Bradford The Coastal Plain Experiment Station c Delineator Popular Finance. Many others.
than double what it was in in Mississippi has proved that
are working on the case and hope
1911. i lespedeza can be CroWn on ordm; iry It we don't have what you want, we can get it.
catch the guilty parties in a few days. ,
I Southern; pine land and grown at a We Thank You \ .
| If we didn't burn tho woods, lespe-
Washington Edwin Denby resigned -I'I'' Congressman Frank Clark, of this deza would soon establish itself on i .

as secretary of the navy :Monday, district, is a strong supporter of the all our range pastures, and within a ,
and so far as could be learned his successor few years we would have some real
bill in
I Paige now pcndirv congress,
has not been selected by Pres- pastures.For .
which provides for a readjustment of
ident Coolidjre.; salaries throughout the United States
has been pasturage lespedeza iced may
The president, Some of the salaries now belnare-
the few be scattered at the rate of from 10
much thought past
giving ; ceived by postal employes are gross '
to 15 pounds to the acre; if with carpet ,
days to filling the first cabinet vacancy -: ly inadequate, particularly those of I'
of his administration and indications grass, from 5 to 8 pound* to the'
rural letter carriers. In urging the
narrowed acre is enough. This pasturage will
are that he has matter before the joint post<>ffice I
down considerably the field of those committee of the two houses recent I' Rive good grazing after June of the
decision first year, and the second year the'
consideration and that a -
: ly, Mr. Clark said:
carpet grass will form a permanentsod.
be announced time.ONE
may any "The present law appears to workan I
especial hardship on the rural letter -
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wound abrasion I carriers, who are compelled to Medicine I
Neglecting A little cut or Hall's Catarrh
of the flesh may: in nine cases out of furnish their own equipment out of a I! ThoM who are In a "run down" cord
tea cause no great suffering or !inconvenience salary averaging around $1800 per Uon will notice that Catarrh botlieri ,
but it u the one COM in ten that annum. This usually leaves the carrier I i them much more than when they are I Ir i iI 1.
Loo! causes
chronic festering sore. Tho cheapest, with something less than $100 Catarrh I. a local d'......, it le greatly.
:t I Influenced by ronntltutional' comJIUona
safest and best course Li to disinfect the per month, with which to provide for | HALLCATAKUII MEDICINE con, I

wound with liquid Doroione, and. apply, I Ito and educate his family which in I I elite. of an Ointment. .. which.. Quickly.
TVirr._-->. "... ">-, >. 1 fc. 'l i- i --H "
'. ,' .l. _: :_ purl.uast! Int.. > .. Aleo.... a '>-.. ae '
sal 30c inJ of the dollar Is I I In Improving the Uenrrat Health -j
Powder practically
$1.:Y0.: oue. Sold by i power a i Bold by druccleta- for over 40 Tears. I %- -
ALL DRUGSTORES I I I starvation wage." I I V, J, Cheesy Co., Toledo, Ohio,

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TN rI'ACE .. .
FRIDAY? MARCH 1/. 1924if

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b+ {< HISTORY OP WOMAN'S CLUB I fairs to raise money. i = ..
The club house committee startedto I- f .
(Continued From Page 1)) I work by having the old building ,/
torn away, but when partly done they
bj'i' Freeman made a motion that activework found the foundation so sound that on
'' be begun toward obtaining: n the advice of experts and with the ET QUReL'OOk I

club house and that a committee be concurrence of the club they left the
appointed to go before the school foundation as it was. They then se-

} board of the county and see wbat cured Ocala, architect Mr.: George, to draw W. up M" E' N Kt.r PI: 'r) T "r

6 'r i could be done toward getting the use a new building which were ..T..... ...1 ',:-'. &
A or po ies lon of the old school build to the club at the :March\ e
,,. 'ng. It was at this meeting also that accepted I ;
tha health department was created,I I I The club had to be is SaSe .
thus giving the club seven working l: this was done by Mr. (
y departments.At I I I charge, also our charter p Ii
the beginning of the club year In I'free of charge by Mir. I
October Mrs. Wainwright found it: !: Set cf I
| clerk ol the court.
man 7"g ... .
necessary to resign/ the presidency J I When it was learned L. g t !, '!
who had been ;;"
and !Mrs. Adkins, re-
could not borrow
}' ", elected vice-president nerved until money L- ,
lease, the school .
+ December when Mrs. W. E. Mlddlll'l for : .uuviUiIi:, '- --
again appealed to a -
ton, wh'o was elected president
property and after much CABINET
vember, took"the chair. i the part of Mrs. $
While Mrs. Adkins was presiding
others in corresponding
the first club house committee com '' 1 ) Kitchen Cabinet lias
heirs of the
property an
i posed of !Mrs N. D. Wainwright, secured and the property : and most: modern tm-
chairman, Mrs. D. C. Jones and Mrs. the Woman's Club of Starke.All I -Tust what
J. II. RItch, was appointed. Later, of the
departments and NEEDS! And
4 7 / Alfa. A. Z. Adkins and !Mrs. E. E. Ca- work that
cellent year. i free with
this ;? absolutely ,
nova were added to committee.
had the school
1 t r'' From this time on a history of the I thoroughly committee: cleaned before ; hnndsom" 42 pief'c 1i ii .

s club means. a history of the club' ing of school and saw to / t Dinner Set for loss

house for while other things were not I was kept in a sanitary ; of the Cabinet alone! ,
4. neglected, the magical word club also furnished
house, kept us pressing onward with 'for the school besides many EXACTLY

greater zeal and vigor.In I'furnishings of the teachers',
January, 1921, the club house The legislative, J
committee, accompanied by the following
and music departments held 13)f .
? public-spirited men, C. L. meetings and did special it L' I
t; I'eckV.. T. Weeks, N. T. Rttch, N. uplift the community; _
'r' D. Wainwright, A. Z. Adkins, D. c.1 committee accomplished Oi
Jones, J. II. Hitch, I). M. Dowling. E. 'in raising money. _
S. Matthews, A. S. Crewe and F.
G'I The club year 1921-22,
Schell, went before the county presidency of Mrs. ,
board and asked for and obtained ati' I many/ things accomplished. ., THIS ;I2-PlEC! ,
99-year lease on the old school build. (I tea were sent out to
Ing and lot : a SET' I
upon which it stood, ant In' the good roads ; DINNER .
ideal location, as .all agreed for our I were urged to register at
club house. house and city hall so that .. FREB.
Just at the close
of our January I vote in both town and '
d meeting when all were enthused by tions. The school and WITH EVERY
the report of the club house '$
mittee did excellent work;
tee, Messrs. J. L. commit-j _
Peek and A committee worked r ABlNET SOl
trine came in and surprised the.cluh to our funds, and the a t t )
with the announcement that they hud I tee held a spring musicale ; THIS WEEK !
secured cash they
and pledges for ,home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
club house fun 215.00. This was just the beginningof I
was the decision in F sr
the hearty'response on the part of I,gin building at once. With 312'W
the men of our town to our request
'and unfaltering enthusiasm
t 'tJ for help that we have met with ever resolved to borrow :: I I
since and appreciate so much. Without I'I women proceed with the plans I LJ- A I N

their sympathetic aid we could I
:proved with Mr. J. F.
never have accomplished the thingswe I tractor. ) STREE .
have. Plans were immediately I
I The club Is deeply .
mudo to raise money for our building D. C. Jones for his help ;." ..
fund, and most of the year of 1921 ( II
was spent In ,
planning and giving aft (Continued on Page

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-; .: HISTORY OP WOMAN'S CLUB state federation president and. vice- --,.. -. vl. wn.r-w. -
; president and. other prominent wom- t
I (Continued from Page 12) en were present. It gave our club I (

great pleasure to entertain such
Sale on Hats I Through his efforts the loan of $5000.00 ,- gathering in our now club hllu-,"I'. '
lIe also act-
was negotiated. :Many/ compliments were paid m< hy
for the club while\ the
ed as inspector
handsome hul1.IJI1Iand
the visitors on our :
riday and Saturday building was in progtAa, Riving! invaluable the delicious luncheon served.
advice to the club ,
aid and
club for Ih"
i March 1923 our
All Hats in Stock will be Placed on Sale at'" I house committee. I lirat time paid dues to the I; At the invitation of the Lawtey
i federation so that now we not only
Specially Low Prices. from club met
club delegates our
huvo a voice in the state fedcniti
; with them Feb. 28, 1922, to organize but are members of the Amoral fo.I Icrution. i-
I > a Tri-county Federation. A day was Lfl

I I II spent delightfully listening to talks The school committee did its. work
from our state officer and plannln I and well the legislative
faithfully ; 4LrLL
I : for the county federation. Tho Law- !
Spring Dresses tey club women proved excellent hostesses. ,committee gave a splendid program. ;I I
and the music department Rave two :
I delightful I one being the
A Beautiful Line of the Latest Spring Frocks I In May, with the club house well on Spring f JfuBlcalo programs at the lovely home TO GET THESE '

Arriving Daily. Come In and See Them. its way to completion, Mrs. \Vnin- of Mrs A. Z. Adkins in March, and
wrlght who had so efficiently servedas the other In June at Ute club house. ,I
chairman of the building committed I
f. was elected president. The present club year has been full SPECIAL"New
of interest so far. Under the capable -
Plans were mode daring: the sum '
leadership of Mrs N. D. Wninwriirht. -
mer for furnishing our now club. The
SHOPPE ELITE spacious auditorium was seated with who is serving her second

300 folding! chairs, donated hy the term ns presIdent, the dub is pron- Customer"

t i club members and citizens. The li- penile i
.. With enthusiastic finance
I '' committees -
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I brury und kitchen were
... beautifully with furniture donated by doing splendid! work, nil obligations -
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'I in Jacksonville and to date have been met and I our
--- business houses VALUES
r't Stnrke. :bank account herewith to meet fu- Making

The rest under the capable taro Indebtedness in (growing: the cisic '- ,
ri I direction of Mrs. E. S. Philips, was I II educational, health and legislative You Wear Your Diamond or Watch and We Give You a Long k

i comfortably furnished, with rockers ; departments have given interesting l I Time to Pay.
I programs with able speakers from' I
G. W. Roberts couch baby bed and other necessary Genuine
Jacksonville and Catripsville. i 1ftJl I
: articles donated by club members and $4 1
I others. This room on the left of the I The educational department, a."i..t. I I ;: ELGIN .

General Merchandise I hall as you enter, is kept open ,daily, led j by the music department, gave an 1 +' 1 e t
from !9 to 0, and is proving a great I armistice day program at the clubhouse Down WATCH
I convenience to visitors to our town. Our club has contributed annually b
I In October 1022 our club women to the Children's Hom Soci

; met for the first time under "our own ety. $'15 and
--- roof." Vast pride and satisfactionwere I The club women have co-oporntcd I

: felt by all and congratulations I II with nil movements that are for the KNIFE
1 and honor were Justly given to the I II moral betterment of the town and arc DIAMOND RINGS f fL.t1
1 committee who had served so splen- : interested in all campaigns for the able UK Wht<" .r u.... '
Noted for Quality Geld ..........._
didly and. accomplished such greatf beautification of our streets and our $1.50 Per Week A '
F\\hlnltlJ:. homes.
,;, t The formal opening of the new clubhouse I I We have our magnificent club house w Week

ft w- wktcb-:-is such a credit to the ,: valued at $12,000.00 and our club of $5

...... ..".. ... club women,*jnd to the town wan held. loyal} women, who will always stand &t t
'\" ton t the evcnfrig of November 3, 1922. i iI for a greater and better Starke. t 1
,.".t. ,-- The public generalwag invited to I to .

New Line of Spring Shoes Just Arrived I, view the building and enjoy the excellent -I i I I'" Down I II

-: '/ .ati : I: program that had bern ar- 0 a I
II I ranged. The dedicatory speech was
!I I I' made by Mrs. W. S. Jennings, vice- P. E. Johns I $50 I

----- --- -- - president of the general ',!deration. r L54'
_.--- Sine then delightful affairs
have been hold in the club house. It llrrrl.olil ;
v Worms In a ncrit.yhdd.en ; Habitual Constipation Cured 1 atrwt ai>>! UKU1H- or i 1
.. Is proving to be, as was intended a ilnuntlna.-
tfoublist, with W r'ni In 14 to J1 Days'Lp'PS -INFIIts'r S1.75 Per Week I
.. itliu I ,... community house. $20 $3 Down t tI
"Lolor. whlih iudtiaie pi' "' "n. WITH PEPSIN" Is a :specially' -
t : n moro or I K-4.i rtu.u .. ..>'. .1 i pared, Syrup TOnlc-LItOCB: *! ,>rHnl>!t'tn On February 28, 1923, our club,wa! d i.I? I
f vnVE'S fASTELESS CHILL. iu':H I. i u- Cl..\SS I \ 4 a
,, C..inipntion.! It relieve !t1' '
-" "rr'hrw week. wil' enrich th i blood, promptly : hostess to Section Five of the State r
,,, (!lJ'lon..I..ct.'..- ,"'. hound< be taken regularly for 11 to 21 days Federation of which Mrs. J. T. Moorewas $-
.. i fr duco regular! action. It Stlmt u't 11 oli- I i' ir "
i I .. I
.. Delegates from Farm Horses
-, in"I 'I r -', UP Very Pleasant to rukts oik
1 .... :.e W t J ,.." ottle.t / the clubs of sit countfp, the entire .- I p l'l'I' I

membership of the Lnwtey club, our -ANII- t Down .'
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MulesliE I
I $75 I
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[ STUDIES TilE:: INDIVIDUAL! Latnl 11I.,1. I IK Ul.llr" or <.....nVeek I i
WANTS OF EACH MAN AND SUPPLIES I..>lil llfiunll'iu \
r Sf' ? TUB NEEDS I $2.00 IVr Week s d + I I It "
fc. fci J

tf vmv v i t $2.50 I I
Per \ / a .
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tl r I, j t.rI + ;2.50 Per
t l Week
W. J. Epperson \
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I CANDIDATE $t25 Y hill' u..rn ....1.l l <'?...
Those who have once enjoyed the pleasure of having Christmas t In ILmund nrw..t 11L.IrI.

funds for enjoyable December shopping need no urging to realize -FOIl- mou.tlNisi. 'S43.Cm:I

$2.50 Per Week ",s.Iru UnwaS3
1 the advantage of taking action now. Sheriff

It is to those inclined to "put-off" the start of such saving that I "- Per Week 85 nJ{ r

immediate action. It is an easy matter during the
we now urge PROMISES: the SAME EFFICIENT ,* a.1 $1.50

summer months to put aside a small sum weekly toward a "peace- ADMINISTRATION OF THE DUTIES I Per
of-m'rd": for next December. I II
: PAST y I \'It:

Start now. The various classes of Christmas Club Saving at I I II II II

this bank will soon be closed. Do not be in the same financial Your SupportWILL I

condition as last year. Come in and let us explain. You can /tlamnnd nisi.. I S' '
1. lat. I
ir1. wrri11n.nlino
start as low as 10 cents a week-or as high as you please. HE- N.mrn -.nd fur 15-Jewel 1 1f

Appreciated I MonmentUK
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Don't Delay --- Come in This Week $3.(W rer Week! I Cold Ca:. I

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Duval Jewelry Co. .

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BERRIES BRINGING AVERAGE I keeping sections in original shape. i

OP 40 CENTS AT PLANT CITY i i Spread evenly and smoothly with a

| mayonnaise dressin (stiffening 1 cup

Growers Are with ]1-2 teaspoon of granulated gel- .
Receipt. Light-
I fails dissolved in one-half tablespnI ) i Chew it after I
: Plowing Up For Other Crop
i '''l I of hot water), and garnish in center every meal

with small pieces of green pepper cut
March 7.Receipt of
I'lant City 1j) It stimulates
1 shamrock and in corners -
berries at the local platform lire very to represent appetite and
e with diamond-'ihaped pieces of
; light for thin! time of the year while aids digestion.
A small wooden skewer or
prices continue at a figure which It makes your SPECIAL

I would make the growers rich if they :i toothpick is useful to accomplish this a food do you more
Serve individually in a
j had enough berries' to Hull, An average garnishing. i fjood. Note how

of 40 cents wan maintained Tues- nest of lettuce I leaves. I It relieves flat stulfy feelloff '

I day and Wednesday with variations To Prevent Piano Keys From Sticking Her hearty eatiuu.Wblicn..

of as much as' ten cents a quart but
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If piano keys stick during this jvjSENATOR .w. n.
the price was forced down by an un- your brealh .nd

expected rush Thursday to an average I damp weather, try using an extension .0 p'uheeooara CLOTH !
electricH'h\ > lb.'
and hanging an
of about two cents below<<: that of cord a.a-...... SALEi
I'down into the inside of the instrument
the preceding dIlY!!. This morning, ,
to dry out the dampness. It i is!
of I
however, with the prospect light I
Important that the light bulb he sus-
I sa
offerings buyers are eagerly pickingup ; i
everything that cornea at prices I pander HO as to not touch any part of I
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I j the piano. i
above forty cents. ii

I As compared with last year, thu I I Emergency notVatrr Bottle ,I
,''. If you have no hot water bottle at
, berry crop looks small although the I 1 u FRIDAY and SATURDAY
I hund, try filling fruit jars with hit a eEWtr+
i. range of prices has been so much i iI water You will find it an excellent 1 yerf
I higher that the farmers have probably .
made much clear they substitute. |
profit us
as - -
For TamiHhvd' lira!!.. : ,
j made from tho larger production. --- -'
;, After squeezing the juice' from a :" FLETCHER OPPOSED
i' Some of the growers are plowing up

I the old vines, which have been yielding lemon, use the remains for cleaning II TO FARM RELIEF BILL
in salt and Gingham lOc
through the winter and planting brass, by first dipping .
dust. This excel-
brick is
; the ground to early vegetables. Others powdered Wahingtln--Strcnuou! < opposition
however report a fine bloom with vessels lent also for scouring copper cooking greeted the appearance in the senate Window Curtain Scrim lOc

prospects of a heavy crop maturing of the first special farm relief meas .
the last weeks of March and early in ure-the Norbeck-urtness bill pro-

I April. SEABOARD TRAIN SCUEDULE posing the loan of $75,000,000 to finance Apron Checks 1OcLadies'
diversification. Declaring it
effect--U: / ,
HINTS I (In 1923)) "
HOUSEWIVES was "paternalism run rampant, the
senator from Florida, Mr. Fletcher Undervests lOc I
1 reaches Starke at 12:16 a. m. .
'I-;' St. Patrick' Soup No. 3, 10:50! a. m. said it was time to call a halt upon

i' Use: \ No. 21, Cedar Key, 6:00: p. m. such measures. I '

.1 Y. 3 potatoes. No. 15, Limited, 1:16 p. m. "We are proposing to loan this Chambray ,. lOc
1 milk. NorthboundNo. for of l
< quart money the purpose enablingthe

2 sliced. onions. 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. In. one-crop farmer to keep livestockon Checked .

3 tablespoons! of butter. No. 4, 4:20: p. m. land never adapted for grazing; Homespun lOcMen's f
No. 20, Cedar Key 8:50: a. m.
2 tablespoons of flour. or to raise other crops where the land
" No. 1G, Limited 5:57: p. m.
'I) .!J ,( 1 1-2 teaspoons of salt. Wannee BranchNo. will not produce but one. We have Socks lOcLadies' :.

", 1-4 teaspoon of celery salt. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. already gone the limit along this .

I ,, 1-4 teaspoon of pepper. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. line" he said.LARGEST \

Few grains of cayenne. T. J. GRIFFIN, Hose lOc

3 tablespoons\ of tomato catsup Ages FERTILIZER FIRM IN .

1 teaspoon of chopped parsley. COUNTRY IN RECEIVEKS HAND

Cut the potatoes in boiling salted HEAVY REVENUE LOSS I I

water. When soft rub through the SEEN IN TAX BILL New York.-TbVirginla-Carolina I

utrainer. Scald milk and onion together Chemical Company one of the largest Every Day is Bargain Day atStump's

; remove onion, and add milklowly Washington.-The tax bill as manufacturers of fertilizers in I

to the potatoes. Melt half the ed by the house will produce $pass-I the country went into the hands of .

butter. Add dry ingredients- Stir until 000,000 less revenue than the receivers after failing in last minute '

\ well mixed then stir into boiling law in the opinion of treasury actu attempts to obtain credit for the sea- Store

soup; cook one minute; strain. Add aries. son's operations.

remaining butter and tomato catsup It would produce $113,000,000 more I t

and sprinkle with parsley. Serve 1 In indicate than
treasury figures by Lespedeza is to the pastures of the

bouillon cups. the Garner Democratic plan. South what white clover is to the blue t,
Shamrock .
Suliid grass pastures. It grows well with .

Tare cucumbers and cut into rectangular Don't envy your neighbor her wa- j carpet grass and Is a fattening pasture t

box-ahnped' pin:-..... 2 3-4 inches trr system; persuade your husband I I, and it is best in fall when the

high. Then cut into thin slices, to Install one for you. I I woods grasses fail. i I t

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I ',. ,;9;==x== :1:- -- I II ALACIIUA SAYS COTTON COUNTY IS PROFITABLE FARMER(: I student Lean the was baby angry he had and never forbade seen, her tho A. the Withdrawal government of supervised the whiskey warehousein from ,

I to speak to him in public. There was which the accumulation of
J. E. Fugate .Proves Cotton Can Be a scene between the
two at the how
as the .
among largest in the
I country
'\, II IIw I, I Raised at a ProfitJ. tel the night of February 27, and next i'I was accomplished by forged or

\ morning according to the county at raised permits for medicinal
K. Fugate, one of Alachua's lead- torney's story the girl almost penni- :I All withdrawal) records of the whiskey.

Ing farmers and business men, !is aArm less, and her mind temporarily company -
unbalanced are said to have vanished.
I believer in farming according to( smothered the baby as it I

scientific principles. Last year he I slept. First the body was buried in j 17S: MINERS:" PERISII IN MINE

2 made 10 bales of cotton on 30( acres, a shallow grave in the snow. Later I CATASTROPHE
and says he expects to make 15 bales the mother reclaimed the body I

>n the same acreage this year. I changed the wet -
clothing and
went by Castle
Gate March
He poisons the boll I 9.-At t)
weevil under
trolley to Portland
28 miles distant
I Ii" I least twenty-seven of the 175 miners
the supervision of the state plant I carrying her dead : ,
baby in her ,
arms j entombed
I yesterday in the Utah FuelCompany's
board, and he
wouldn't Mrs.
says plant MacLean
was arrested
1 at
an undertaking -, mine here
otton without it. !He is not an all- establishment in as a result of
Portland an explosion ]
lost their
I cotton: farmer lives it is estimated
by any means, but he when she attempted to make
.. realizes that arrangements at a late hour by helmet men
some cotton must be for her child's burial.
raise). Tho world( needs it and must who have just come out of the work.

have it, but at the same time it is necessary CANDLERVIXS JURY ings.
for the farmer to make VERDICT It is believed that the remainder
k when he plants it. money IN $100,000 SCANDAL SUIT have also perished.

Mr. I Five mutilated bodies have been
Fugate says that cotton should< Decatur, Co., March 10.-A
he, and can be made, a very profitable 'I early today awarded a verdict in jury favor removed from the mine and the rescuers
say they at least
rop: and goes further and of saw twenty
proves it Walter T. Candler
on one of
his the-slopes.
by own work. They re-
,, growing out of a $100,000( port that it is impossible to reach the
suit brought against him by Mrs. C. bodies
because of
: lOUNT MOTHER DECLARED K. Byfield beauty contest prize win obstructions.

Soap shakers
\ are soap savers. A
.!\I I
I rs. Byfield was led from the
Augusta M March !0..Counsel sobbing courtroom good one can be made by punching:

On The Square East Side for Kenneth Ross( MacLean, o.f Tacoma j, was given to the hysterically.jury late The case small holes in the bottom of empty
: Washington, Dowdoin College night after cocoa or baking powder cans.
a three-day trial. At midnight ,
s lophomoro, who (is charged with mnn- the
ilnu-hter in connection with the to Jury reported, it was unable "' f> "' ''' '''c$> ''' ''' ''' ''' ''' .
1. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA agree and asked for a recharge. <3>
death of his infant child February I The TRADE IN STARKE *
court ordered the
locked *
23, tonight issued
a statement tie-1 I up until early
f d taring that MacLcon is innocent. delivered at today. A recharge was 4 "Blind Man's Buff is a poor *
i ii Yesterday MacLc-an's wife, Nottie Deliberated : o'clock and the jury game to play when we are *
j only one hour before *
May admitted that she smothered verdict was spending our dollars. And *
.he child to death in that's exactly what'we
a moment cf) Mrs. do *
aberration, following a quarrel with Candler with having in her suit, charged .4 when we send away to buy ">

i MacLean.In attempted a <3> an article by mail. .*
physical attack upon her July 17 *
municipal court at Brunswick I 1922, while they The mail-order house gets *
were enroute to Europe <3>
yesterday MacLean letter
your and
and his wife en- on the cash among a *
t ered: pleas of steamship Berengarli- thousand
not guilty to the man- The plaintiff or ten thousand 4
laughter charge and I was a member of the *. others and
were held for Candler a clerk jerks your *
the: grand jury. It was after the hear. husband. party which Included her-4 article from the huge pile and *

l lf ing. that the county .<.> sends it to
attorney made Evidence you. No picking *
brought .
public Mrs. MacLean's II out included the over to suit
alleged admission allegation your taste
that Dyfield, ; no attempt *
( finding Can <.>
to fit
dler in his wife's your special *
The wife who is only 19 years olds ) I, ment demanded that darkened apart 4> needs; you get no choice at all. *
i quoted as saying that Candler pay <3> But
when she arrived him $23,000 for when you trade at *

at Brunswick to show Mac- |! ruining his wife and"ruining his life, home you pick fr yourself *
ruining his
/ bus *
as your taste
iness. dictates; you >
TIGHT COUGHS I II > can choose yourself for quality -' *
The bnnl, chunks of phlegm 8.000 I* and
throat that clot CASES OF WHISKEY you can see to it yourself *
four uuil lame when you" bays *
a tight! cough make jour" breathing dilfiru'c VANISH FROM I CHICAGO that your special needs *
and l your throat hard to heal DEPOT 4> are filled. Besides, the man in .
liaise the i/hlvgm by the quick, ens'. the store is
and roale way Take LnmaruYs Cough Chicago.-Eight thousand your neighbor,and .
cases of *
Syrup (CreroutrU> This pleaaautcoub 'pre-war bonded whiskey tries to please you. To please *
remedy r>'he!i "p'", sootbes sad valued at <. his customers he
... nearly $1,000,000, have nvjst buy his .
h"a! It i' nntfxptlc, opens the nrpHMaK vanished from 4 goods .
*-*, cut lair phlegm sad protect > the federal concentration depot with qualitv In mind .
the liim UI.. -aiV.t l Siblev at the and in order
an< sartor | Warehouse and to sell at all his .
Storage- Corn .
.L.-. vino. .. ..
J t>n the .oJ tulc. -gut a bottle todtiI I of missing liquor 'hib A 'ir .
may run mlch
tutu jour drufgut. er. dollars in "Blind Plan's Suit." .

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The emergency brakes are of the internal

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International feature of removable cylinders. In addition and very effective.

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THE SELLER AGIIEES to replace free the two .
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'| r',p--v FRIDAY. MARCH It, 1924II.


It. WEEST OF HAMPTON tho wjarse, and ho died befora help home at Tallahassee. GOVERNMENT: TO LOAN we called in the evening worship and \ful church out of small men. The task
DIES:: AFTER SHOUT ILLNESSA could be summoned. Physicmrm sLated SUPPLIES TO "ETER.NSWashlnlCton.Authorlty I we shall not do so again, as we have I of the church la a man's Job. God l
his death wan caused from a weak |! Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainoy, .John I been informed that more than a dozen I wants from men more than Ills tithe..
veil of sadness spread over our heart. Thomas,' IL E. Thomas were visitorsto for the persons met Sunday night for worship God wants tnoir power and mtluon <
town last Friday morning whon it He was interred in Santa Fe cemetery Starke Sunday. j loan of ,UOO tents and an equal num- and ,were disappointed. We are in solving the great problems of t tU-
was learned that II. O. Weest was Friday, March 7th, at 4 p. m'. ber of blankets to tho forthcoming very sorry indeed and now promise! church. Christ's plans and purp.mconcerning ,
numbered the dead. with Masonic honors. Active a11- j Mr. and r.lrl. J. H. Kelley are the Confederate( reunion /It Memphis is thut such will not be the case again, His church are great, are i
Mr. VVccHt mnong had not beon well for !. "i is were C:. E. Harper, E. C. Williams proud parents of a son, born March t I IOth. to be given the war (I'pnrtm'nt undera soi.n.. the Lord helping' us.Bible no member of His church can have
several months and his phyuici: .mi, A. A. Durdcn. J. U. Alexander ,Inint resolution olfcrcd by Senator school next :Sunday at 10 a. full fellowship with Christ until h'
friends/ and relatives wore feeling \V. U. uVall and 11. D. Wheeler and l McKellar, democrat, Tennessee. enters with Christ into His great
.. much anxiety nbout hiM physical con- I.nther I'owiill:!, of :Starke.:I Rev. W. B.,,I II. P. Galney was a business visitor m.Communion and preaching at 11 a, !!. We should put more enthuSnsm -.
.. dition, yet none thought of his dualli. iliclta! of Waldo! had charge of tho to Jacksonville Wednesday. CHURCH OF CHRIST m. Make an effort to come. The sub- and ambition into our churchmen
JIlt v.alked down town latu Thursday burial services and in his kind and I IRvmputhctic I Sheriff Epperson, .of Starke, was ject at 11 a. m. will be "Manpower.". )),berqbip,
afternoon, and spent( several hours ; way uttered many con transacting business hero Wednesday. Despite the rainy weather last Sun The church needs men. We preachers Preaching also at 7:30 p. m. All
talking with friends and neighbors, lIolinphrases for the benefit of the Geiger Barry, of Graham, passed day a score of persons met fur Bible : mod to duvfl"! Lho manpower of are invited, tD come.
returning homo about eight o'clock.At behaved ones. !the church. God IS great, but even W. E.
school and Cut
( worship.
k through hero Wednesday enroute to
four o'clock Friday morning IN Tha floral offerings were. beautiful the weather looked threatening i God cannot make a great and power- Minister.
as so
d "n,1,1" t **-', nail I I" **' LaCrosse. _
wile, who hud: cared for him so ten.I" / a c' o ) 'on -
.. derly during his continued illness, followed the body to its last restingplxcB. Lyon Crosby and Howard Mott visIted ----- -. ---- ,--- --- ---...;::-
found that he had taken for Many friends from Theressn :
a change
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Waldo and Starke were in aM-pnd'inr\ relatives in Five Mile Sunday. '
I the deceased was a member of the Dave Wilson, of LaCrosse, was call r / ,
I" I Methodist church. wns n kind and'considerate
ed to the bedside of his brother Chas.
husband and father, and
the town hit lost a vuluerll'il.i7.en. lie Wilson, who Is suffering from a "
was married to Mia Laura )Belle! stroke of paralysis.
I 'Jones of this in 1911. lIe
| city May I
I leaves Our school closed Thursday, with a
to mourn hiv pnssin" hh wife,
I two children, Kathryn and Gordon, picnic on the grounds. There was
P .mother, IIrll.Vm.\, brotner, quite a crowd present, among them
fnmuel L. VVeent and a sister, Mrs being several. candidates for office
Wm. C. Ash all of Philadelphia. lIe 1 .
Out of town visitors Sim .
had resided in were Kelly,
our town twelve years!!,
coming: here from Philadelphia.W. I George Thomas and Arthur Alvarez,

E. Hatchinson: who has been lof Wateroak, Sheriff Epperson, M. E. ORDER YOUR FORD NOWANDREWS
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Wm. E.Chrlchlo. I Edwards Supt. H. B. Wiggins, N. D
of Jacksonville, returned to Wainwright, of Starke, and W. O.
his home here Sunday. Duval of Hampton.
Rev A. S. Jones will fill his regular R. II. Green spent Monday in the
I appointment at the Baptist church on county seat attending to business.

.! Sunday morning and evening It. P. Gainey and II. E. Thomas
-SEE- Rev. Windham, of Gainesville will spent Wednesday in Jacksonville on
preach at the Methodist church next business. ,
f Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
a Louis H. Hill Mrs. K. B. Watterson wall shop DEATH OF CRAVEN ROBERTS ,
ping in Starke Monday.

< Mr. and Mrs. S. M...Simmons, who Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters
have been guests of her parents for Inca: and Juanita were called to Plant }
7 :' several days, have returned to their City last week on account of the serious ; i.T1iflhifl;; f fia
', Real EstateAND home at Maxwell.J. : illness of a relative, Mr. Craven
,. J. Brannen was a business visi- Roberts. Mr. Roberts died early on
I tor to Starke Monday. Wednesday morning and wa: buried

-, M. L Watterson was a business that afternoon at Hopewell cemetery,
I ,,- visitor to Starke first of the week. near Plant City, Rev. Walter Raliegh ,
:j. .Fire I Insurance Mrs. I. J. Priest, who was called to White of the First Baptist church,
I .. the bedside of her son, Herbert, of conducted the funeral services. }
t' ,' Green, Cove Springs returned home He leaves to mourn his loss a wife,
Tuesday. She reports her son's health
.1 brother and sister. He has many
'( 'j as improving. friends in Bradford county, 'ho regret Y
.- '.- t,:' Lawtey, Fla. Mrs. Holder, of Theressa, spent/ the to learn of his death as he was e
day here Saturday with friends. once a citizen of this county and was ,
Rev. Wheeler preached at the Chris. highly esteemed by all. The bereaved -
I tian church Sunday morning and eve- family has the sympathy of all in
nlnif. her bereavement.
Miss Daisy Moore is spending this & WAINWRIGHT .
week with friends here. SUNSHINE BAG
Mrs. P. B, Hunt and Mrs. Lillian "
Geiger were shopping In Starke Saturday A pretty act of courtesy and appreciation Authorized Ford Dealers
I took place Saturday afternoon
when the members of the Law
Bible class, the home department and STARKE .FLORIDA ,
BROOKER the members of the W. M. U. of the ,
Baptist church sent a sunshine ba'(
Brooker, March 14.-J. II. Kelly to Mrs. F. A. Scott who has been seriously \ --- ..,.
ill for several weeks past. "'
spen the week-end at Shady Grove.L. .
Mrs. T. N. W J.
R. Gainey and II. E. Thomas mo- Epperson and LfmbaugbbMrs. pre
tored to Gainesville: Saturday. sented the bag which was made n' Lincoln zec Fordsoiv:
brhrhtly flowered cretonne and on the
Prof. J. B. Wilkerson, who has been
outside bore the sign, "Sunshine Bag"From
teaching here, has returned to his.We the opening In the top there
hung various colored ribbons and
the committee instructed Mrs. Scott CARSTRUCKSTRACTORS,
that each day she could draw a pres-
ent from the bag by the ribbon at- '. "
I tached. Each gift bore the name of ',&: <.': ,' >. '
i the friend sending; it, and there were ',.,' ,
1 enough gifts in the bag to last for a
month. The collection of gifts comprised -
I articles of comfort and beauty ;, ., "
E. Torode for both body and mind among them
being a letter from Rev. L. W. Kick-
I liter expressing his appreciation of
Mm. Scott's many !good works.
| The many friends of Mrs. Scott are
grind to know that she is now Improv-
The ing and hove that she may entirely
I'O"ll'aln her health.
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get discouraged because weather conditions have not

I. .. I been just what you could wish for early plan t :1 g. A "Bad

-- -- - -- -- beginning may be a good ending." We have seed and fertilizers. .

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t Show your. grit now and don't back down. Prices are good

and prospects better.

i : Bradford County ''II Don't plant all of one thing. Diversify. Some one thing is .

Public Schools bound to do extra well. Plant corn, corn always a good crop

to grow. Plant more Okra, some more Irish Potatoes; in fact,

try to plant some things that the other fellow doesn't plant.

If- 0 are coming to the The very crop that didn't pay.last year may be the best crop

front. They should this year. The money crop of last season may be overdone this

I year. Be cheerful, or if you can't be cheerful be as sober as you

>',"t !1 be patronized by I II can. "Its Ketchin and helps everybody. Don't think you are

'c :I everybody. i, the only one that is taking chances. We are all in it. The mer-

hant handling seeds, tools, fertilizer, fence wire and the _

many ihirgs you want takes chances: :} on v 1 I.;- t you buy. .

Board Members: 'I Let's pull together. Yours for prompt r 1 IcHULL'S ;-,

L. W. Kickliter .

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tj= : Starke !Woman9s[ Club Building] !I Our EDUCATION biggest business A NECESSITY in education. ,,(JIMAXVILLK JtENJAMIN J in, LtX'AS UUOfHEU-UN'-LAW; KILLED AT

Our chief isct is buys and girls. If Prominent Merchant) lit. Shot to heath

ue properly look after our BiaeUN-toil liy Usury Harris

.O-, then the assets will look after -
Jacksonville :March 13.: -A single
[mo biiBineas tomorrow. shot from u Hhotgun yesterday afu

Aiuvo doing what \\v CUM to mako loon ut 6 ti cluck Unsmnatod a friendship

{ihu schools of our county what they of a htuciine in an ujipui'i. mnuarrel I

hould be1'e should of till nionuiiil WhIm Beua. ,
oo-opornto mil J. Lucas, li8, u merchant and well
with tho teaches in their work, en- known resident of tho little common

(.outu4a| our children m theirs; visit sty of Muxvillc, twunty-nine code

. th<> school nut to criticiio, but to Southwest of Juckannvilla in

! \;a in infoimillion.Wi county! wits who i;. down und tnituiutlv
killed by Usury Hurrnt 1f.1. his bruuior .
should never be satisfied with, 'ihu shooting occurrcni on

well "nnugh. but strive nt ull HintMto Maxvilie'n only street And Harris la_

f do better. Washington/ wits con. ter oaonpod.
Thu ieai. causa' of tho
shouting bud
n U'd I
it grout military loader, but
not beun
uuttiroiinvd! by olliLU-m mvestigating -
his J.'lItll'hhi"'Inuld| never have ap-\ / two case up to an surly hour

e.l 1 with pit'M-nt day tactics. :, this iniiriung. Nona of tho three ewitms >'>.
. In our il 1.1 eduratinn m required OH to tha tragedy could throw
, any I light on the nature of
n-i never h".I'I', and will be in icreat- the eonvei.tntionu -
procedod the diacharKo -
Y >'I' clrnmncl in the future than it intodav ol' thu futal shot. Aiaxie Carter

Ti nietvly road and write ia Percy Austin and Cay Use.. l.
not sufficientThe mind must bo none of whom i* related to either Lucas -

:....:. ;. t nil ned to think and to concentrate or. Harris saw the alleged Iiomicldo. -

r. I,,'fn1<' its value bo
can imcertiiIntnl. I lurtcr told the odluors
.;.'. :':z.. '" ,.'(\N ":, I If it hud not been for the power of Harris drive into town and park saw his
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't M" :
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in street about
$ /' : concentration Edison could never hfty feet
.'\).; y:1: -. hn\' I from the little Htoro conducted by I.ucns -
:, -, ,,,. ,.:.' nrioinplishcd the wonders that which also served us the postof-
';. he has. Mr Edison ran HO concentrate Lice, \Vhl'ruIt'll.! Ellin: l.llearl.VItI! of

his mind that he dues not know tho slum man, and sister of tho al-
when j legal oluyur, is posliniutrcus. Lucite
duylluht comes or when it gOU!!.
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u u -TTZ. u_ ... I wee so concentrated on an Invention -| the cur to engage< In a conversation
that when the Carter
hour arrived for said.Following.
1 collecting nnd shipping of clothes for him to bo married ho was still in hit / a short Conversation between -
teresting History o fStaree our wut'-time and destitute allies. shop at work. I thu two, none of which could

Through that unsettled period just We have be heard by any of the witnesses in-
after the close of tho war concentrated I strived during our three terroitatod! lust night Harrin in said
we ,
,t, Ali rt tl : I \\ ; / Woman's (ClubBy : our efforts for war relief ( years Bradford of supervision county to of get the up schools a school of I by"I'arter am going to have to cried kill you.out":

that element of
among seemingly KuuchiiiK
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... I spirit which has been accomplished his llalrrintgrabbed of
hopeless and disorganized mankind aulllllllll>lIe
1 to ammo extent I&nllIlIl'l11l1 to be
Mrs. Weeks, president and grow gun ami lired one Knot point blank at
Ir. R. A. Weeks of Brooker K. Davln ex-otHcio members ing. Wo found tho financial condition hi.s hrother-m-law. Curler told the of-
secretary as It was October, 1919, before wo began of the county in u deplorable! llr.>rs. '1 ht' full charge of shot enter-

It s. E. K. Perrjman, of Starke were the committee appointed to to function n> n cl-ib ntfaln. It condition, and has, hampered ed Lucas body just above his heart
I draft the constitution and by-laws fort could be truthfully said that this was I us considerably und llamea from tho muzzle of the

1 ie Mothers' Club of Starke the new organization the one period in the club's life whenit '! but with ull this we fool gun ignited his clothing. l>eatli wile
we nave been able InntantimeoiiM
org Ized in the fall of 1905.\ Mrs. Mr. Percy Gaaklns being home for was near foundering on the rock I. to nccompliihsomething Many ,people said
for tho people. they hoard the
ff Tlr i Ell LaFontinsce Hamilton then a visit at that time very generouslygave of adversity. Our women were so II. shot uw the body of Lucud I liinif in
!M? $ prln ipa) of the primary department of his valuable time and able worn out wjth the two lairs of men tho road and saw Harris start his

I 'of t |o Starko High School being thepromoter advice to this committee to( the end tal and physical strain they had : ) AT 'I'll \IA..US: then miKhinu said and to drive have away. Harris Is

: of the organization. The that the Starke Woman's Club has small heart for taking up the burden i home and to have tnkim tconu hilt to his own
I wife Mm.
Among thoiiu registering at thu Hotel
i YUrt se of organization was to promote today what has been pronounced by again. Rut the proof of our Indomi- Marten during thu past week were Nellie Harris: and his young son and

t I harmony and co-operation be. those in position to judge one of themost table spirit lies In the fact that we (i. 1'. ilainlm K. C.: Weigel, Win U. to Ho have swiftly driven from the town.

I twee| teachers pupils and patrons of complete and perfectly drawn did take hold and almost Immediately Pope t'. A. Mason, lr !t. O. luylnr, wan thu! lail.: Keen! twenty minutes after -

the L arks school to the mutual benefit constitution and by-laws of any clubin began making plans for a club Mr. and Mrs. U inngi W. W. !Hula- nesses. shooting uccouling) to wit
den, It. G. Htnrke, Fl.:: W. Curtwrlght: ,
and that :florida. We were further indebted house. We had become
ct) themselves; necessary so accustomed of Jacksonville (J. T. Smith W. T.
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.uppl s not obtainable from t ho to Mr. GasUns for the gift of a to thinking in large sums. of mon MixHun, U. I.. Hall, of Gainesville; MKEIINi: ; KKYSTONK: ( :

schoo i board might furnished the beautiful-bound leather loose-leaf ey that w. could not so quickly abandon -'It;J. Hoerner of Minim; J. It. Hritt. I JI''hi i.Ill II't 1ttltlLiF 1KADII

fro ,* i teach rs for the advancement of ledger for the recording secretary the habit. j i I I L. Swam of Daytona> ; Mr. and 1.1
i ''J.: D. Darnell Mrs. S. I K. I Kdward: I An excellent
weekly pleating of the
knowledge) and welfare of the pupils. with our constitution and by-laws In thi spring of 1020 when Mrs. R.I I"."ritulIVillu. U. L. lirown It. Jo;. I'vn- KeyHtone heights. board of trade

Mrs I Clara Lane (Mrs. H. C. Richard neatly typed by his stenographer, A. Weeks resigned the presidency, on nell, Walter Williams of Wlllmton; held 'luc-Htlay fvefiinjf! March llth was, at

)! was elected president; Mrs.J I In the fall of 10U ihe Starke Wom account of her removal to Brooker, Ola Sunders, K. S. Ailams, of Mudi- Keystone inn lulku wercf delivered

R. ,bavis, secretary. Some charter an's Club was received Into the Flor- Mrs. A. Z. Adkind, vice-president son. by tect(i. M j\jac1> of IlKoya archi
I and
i iL m,inbers, besides those already ida Federation of Clubs. We then took tho chair. At the regular election I''. S. Halibut Inn,
of '
I SPECIAL SERVICES AT ST. Corey, 1'a, U. 1'.
mentio d were Mrs. Darby Mrs deemed it necessary to add a depart. in May Mrs. N. D. Wainwright MARK'S CHURCH: Keumer, of 1\ 'Ylttjn", M. II. Curd well,

Scott Irs. Philips Mrs. Limbaugh, ment of legislation that we might : was elected president. She promptly of Center: City Ky., 1<', U. Hornberk,

Mrs. Tfen Sweat Mrs. Ed Duncan educate ourselves in the vital) sub began planning for the next year appointed We are not so fortunate as othersin lnecreUry and F'. .of tup local board of trade

Mrs. O U. Griffin Mrs. W. J. Griffin, Jecta of the day and equip members all standing committees and having special preachers from president I'of Miller the Lawrence of Meudvtlle, l'a.,

Mrs. Sun Crews Mrs. N. D. Wainwright f6r the duty of citizenship, for it was by July had club affairs working in abroad but the ume Compel with ls Company.: Developing

r k- WEEKPALM Mrs. A. V. Long Mrs. Felix becoming daily more apparent that good order. I others preached.and We we try wmh to others bo sociable would be Mr. MacOonough, who came to
PLANTING Peek and Mrs. G. the "time of woman's work in the Honda in 1U1K! stated that nowhere
Long lComer Up to this time there had been talk more sociable with us. I hero will be in the
I M. Slstnrk. Only mothers were accepted home alone" was a thing of the past. and talk and then some talk no services next :Sunday: but there hills state. has ha found the rolling
plendid mil! and
I feel natural :
highly: encouraged by the will bo a service Friday evening beauty
active membership teachers under that
t. Inclusive about
During 1913-13 club exists
house for it
prompt meeting of the committee a was the ambition Coma; and assure yourself that there ut Keystone Jlaights and
named by me in last week's Telegraph I beinj'faken in as honorary mem- Mrs. Weeks and Mrs.. Halllgan, we of all of the members to havea are no spooks nor bugaboos inaldti. onio other points of Northern 1'lor-

Every member was enthusiastic bers. were very active in civic work but clubhouse of our very own. It was '1 flare will be no display of eloquence 1du.i .

m the proposition. The Oneco | The clii was most active and thrlv- never at any time did we Iqse sight of at an executive board meeting): called or anything of un unusual ....lure.1,'I I i nature Mr Hubbitt has In his talk said that
Royal Palm Nurseries Co.. The pieced at Keystone condi-
offered the
best bargain of 200 or more 2 to 3 |ing, then most, important' work at the fact that wa were primarily a July 22, 1920 by Mrs. Wainwright Just rector help will us have by your remedies hand to tiuns winch man must build up in

i feet Washington Robusta palms f. o. I I first beiiu'the' hiring of a janitor far .. school club. In 1914 our council awakened for the purpose of announcing her departmental keep from fuiiiling' in cusu tnu church i I oilier putts of the state.

J>. Oneco at $1.75 each. The price at the echoo|building. There being no- to the fact that they needed the chairmen that Mrs. A. II. mould be full 'Ine" pillars have beun !Mr. Keumer gave u very interesting

I other nurseries is $3.60 each, and no funds pnrtdod by the trustees club women In their scheme of things I ______ I repaired so the Hour is sufe. The unitorm I report nf his recent' trip to Cuba.:

reduction so far offered. We.. must '1' those day the children acted first I I and to this day they havo worked together (Continued on Page 12) I taut tnu minmtur wears lit not i Mr.of Hornbuck ate delivered. a brief history '
get up-orders to 200 and to d this I 'I' for display but to keep) any onu from! organaatun, mentioningwhat
nave appointed Mr. Inman Mrs. J. that caratty. During those for Starke's cleanliness and cnl1cllun"", old. l iluthua. Vu! tcioryI-' it W.IH. what it Is, and, whit: it
H.: Ritch and Mrs. H. II. Ynn to solicit years 10ti-13()(' a wonderful amount : upbuilding.; For two years -we 'had I Ii I this advantage over our brethren. Thu will be. !Mr. Hornbc'ck Is enthunUntlcally -

orders. When they call for or : of good wa accomplished by the club. I'I the use cf the council's nicely fur- i I uiUjie may nut be all that m desired looking forward to the time
dens I hope all will the Kujstunc heights board of
cheerfully re- and but have oiled thu organ\ pedals
spond. Now is the time tp beautify It grew atadily in membership niched! room in the city hall for our I Lion't bu afraid to uuu me t.taycr'' trade will bu one of the greatest or-

jour home grounds and your town. strength fell 1 began the establishment meetings. During these years, 19131T r I book !because that is tnu unly opjiortunny "j Kiinizatioim In thu utatu. 4
t" C. L. PEEK Mayor. of a school Ibrary, contributing books we were served by Mrs Weeks, r y; to "a
s from person libraries. Besiilcs, this Mrs. Ilalllgan and Mrs. Darby aj i I lie .haritublii. and let IIM III Lon- I last six month, the mutuality of interact 7 1
BAPTIST CHURCH ,BULLETINOn reference ch needed I lions make up tor puHililies. Always and I th' team work displayed
several bnph of m presidents. hero has
In'HIrJ.J the
.I When the Paper admire jiotijntiuiiilun. Lots of possibility of
by the !Igh school grades, were i In the spring of 1917 tho dark not uppftcmtu tnuir wreutnoH*. Wu gaud investments IICf!.".

Sunday morning we. expect to purchased; a large Wcffsler unabridged cloud of war hovered over our fair I Doesn't Come men bale tuilua bucuuau [''''iilu lid I'I |
amP1 eta the study of 'Stewardshipand dlctinary, the Harvard classics land. In- ell our lives and ambitions ''I ha ,e service uu" rriduy U"'IIIIIICS in-1 I! !'. S. Il'ibbitt ut Corey; I'H., h visiting .
Mij-flions." For eight weeks the a cornpite set of Dickens several April I ( stead of un tVediiusduyn, HO that scale J, K.: Larson of the Lawrence
seemed laid in ruins about UB,
would nave uiiouiur en- tJevelopmn Conipuny.
nornlnsr service has ben people .
4 his given to I of tile ,v>rks of different presidents and we laid by our club as a club add I Mjr father .av* the paper h. rad ain't put t "a eD1ent. \V'e pray out ot a book eel!:

and important matter, and the large and a set of Stoddard's Lectures I Ii turned the organization( intact, per :j H. find un* n Hcht Int :.f fault too h. dora, ptnmln I i v, ui sing. out of u buuk because! Mrs. II. U. Strong and her slater
: interesting congregations give i which the club members also funds Ind activities, over to It all night 1 we bedeve Cod will raui both alias 'hiss Lonia M. Clark have returneti
".lidcnce! of the good done. This serce readand ly enjoyed. sonnel fro tmvu thriw min't n i nvU iMnif. In .It worth I if thuy are sincuru. Once u stranger from Jacksonville where they incite
i cre the Red Cross. Club member, club' tn read church member ,,
begins at 11 of fluff same 10 church with a tending 11 bu 'loess n..tteuVenell. ,
a. m., to it a And that It W n't print the kind -
Spare in its I The prtnciJ'a. efflce>*waa barren of husbands! brothers sons and daughters the panpl ...... : | .iil after cnunKing pu-ntioiia! a nuin-i Mrs. D. Melion.Messrs. .
8\ benefits the public is In- 'necessary fuolture and equipment.In even the little children contributed It. tmi.**. It .101.( ) and *... Its vtrletlon her of times, .ald. "ihu beaus the
[" The Bible school meets at 0:45: : th* bum which his friend replied
1011 .'the jlubwaa. instrumental each their mite for the aid of But loco. omrht tj W.- him holl.r wh.n tb* Uuvil, to ." So J. K.: Larsen and F. P. M d'
!with: Prof. Wiggins as superinten- |. and actlvejin; }* I.nIthe needed furnishings our country and Its allies. '. paper domn't torn.I (,I I'JLst come and what help it wm beat mte.mi.-d the )lie is ler Keystone two. of the prominent citizens of

dent.T1 and ere given the privilege No cltb In the state for its size, B* fsi4* .""ut tK* wtddln'i and >!M snort abroad in th* land and the help of every to heights were In !Starke: ajt-
e senior intermediate and tending business mattres Wednes
junior Illi all t DOt i I
of using the oom as their meeting strength and financial standing bears H. .... ih* e.41 l dnln' with a mot d..> I i : one Is nueUeU.fhiilip day.
[g4Y. P. V. meet at 6:30 The said that
m. : brooks preaching
p. place on the list Monday In each better'war record than the Starke rMlv* ... .
[evening services from now till Easter a H. far hy th* papers for the womenfolk I wit presenting iiibie, truths in dnter-
[will:be month We fare very" helpful:! too, Woman's Club. Its officers and members *biu j ei.t n.hts. 'Ihe Bible is the oldest LAYING OF HOCK GOING KOHWAKIJ -
evangelistic. The fume
by sad K1I
sermon in seeing tha'children of destitute in Hill H'u of books. So
r thefputor were foremost in war as ra" aid the newest conservative I
[ at this service will be on parentage wer provided the necessary serving In various capacities I'H. Mr. of '*.*.>.....tlon ItcIcMoo..', have a aI. ai to make it a duty to study
Man Who Almost Arrived. peace ad'. ."",,1>- ne pant and so progressive as to bei I. L. M. Cray: contractor for laying
clothing ad books. where each could do most good-In hi Mm ballet ..... thepaps
Then But you outrr-t tn of It Is not the rock base, the
the only
are many such men, and it may omt I I advance age on county highway
j .bei1ntereatlng for to be Mrs. Lane, Jra. Scott and Mrs. Red Cross Council of Defense, Liberty .ull of pod but full of man and a* started the work Saturday morning
; ID order you present Darby served it club presidents between Loan etc. H. ta. .Iw.iyt. ) fltrit t.hIt and h* ...... H uch must always be interesting and.wtructive at the intersection; of Call: Street Ha
learn of whom this class 'I
plumb tl nn IhmoiiK.S has
toII who would know reached
() when Our school building had been t-enol a point one block south
J. fconslats. Fifteen the yearU903 to 1913 new dtha m'' nn Item or a weal 'I
minutes of song at < nemsclves.. It describes all condi- of the high school building at this
!L tralH
VlJt}>f| >>pening of the service Is worth : wa elected and the club Completed and we were using again ....* thr. d.....t ttn.* what w* want, the tone of life and gives utterance toil time.

.:(/:sharing In. We begin at 7:30, aomejftimes reorganize: It'was generally conceded our big club room in the old buildIng; darn .....t.-..*...... vnwt dar torn time and .0 desires, and emotions of the soul. Kalns have Interferred with the
: before this time became of the that we- hd far outgrown our This we made Into headquarters for 'I m .onsf nd pat to '*m vat( i, ._e if.bln Is the one book for all apes work to u certain extent. The heavily -
name, and the >ed for broader activities tha Red Cross with our president '*afcMMtfm It ><***m4 asitHmtvh tires mat fc* [ /Id all nations, for all classes of men londid trucks have had to be pulled -
'.people who gather early. This is nnd blind and dumb.** n -" A. !M. Darby In charge and ,. when th*
was maife st. In October Mrs. .ht tn brar him bolUr
But ou
JNM time.
;'m as "The Church of the Glad I acities of intellect and all necesni- Alon (sido the unloading track
fad." and you are Invited to tesuthe 1013 with aa.Meibershlp! mrid 35, there we gathered daily to serve and paper dosMtt'k com -11._ i .tea of the soul. To understand itiutha It lame: cj luntity of rock had to he
.; -Sme. we merged''frbnl' the Mothers' Club work and plan.. We made numberless WII need to know something of umped and rolled to provide a roadway -

t of Stark ,.tor, th Star) Woman's hospital supplies, comfort kits with ''''.'' ..../"" ,, ......., ..'10' IB piacea and people set forth In its for thu trucks the soft ground
wounded and I" .1-' u", ... We must go back in imagi- bccflmm'r i HO deeply rutted that the
club. clothes for the packed T.rU -tl.-r
BACK COPIES WANTED Fotrrof U same departments UA f. _Ion to lea Ujw they live, travel mirhin s could not g' through
which are in/ore today we'e organized shipped Christmas'boxes to oar boysIn f' t 1 {O 7" th them and listen to their message !| Inside the limit of the town the

}Luest has been; made for copies .then name) Civ, Ideation, camps and over-seas. Our classesIn po.P ERi is thus with the Idea of presenting road v:,
ddt. issue of Feb 15, IP2t. This music and. %nnr The ,hairtnan: of first aid and surgical dressingswere utfyi in a "d.ifereal light' that we this extra width u requiring consid-
1"l l .alt try to present some night cene. erulil" more time than laying of the'
has been out and of ,
KgiM .. fold -. -. any, .... .. each department "a vat president just getting under .way .. the .I Hible.i Possibly they may .throw ,' standard road width.. With !good
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e sron naked toi "
pua nn---etter
I 1 4 counmunicats. with this 0011'B '. I Lane. Mr*. Darb-f M" Phuips, with 1918: so we turned our labors to the j jd jt I .- some mexit. _u .1._ .*i -._ ....hurt.: rata of Speed

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,:' H. 11. WENT, OF HAMPTON, the worse' and ho died before help ;home at Tallahassee. GOVERNMENT: TO LOAN we called in the evening worship and i ful church out of small men. The task I
DIES AFTER SHOItr ILLNESS could bo summoned. Physicians lI:at- 1 SUPPLIES VETERANS again, as of the church is a man's Job. God
... cd hid death wile caused from a weak I I Mr.\ and Mrs. L. R. Gainey, .John I been informed that more than aedozen wants from men more than His tithe.
(H I A veil of sadness spread ovur our heart Thomas,' II. E. Thomas wore visitorsto Washington.! -Authority for the persons! met Sunday night for wor- God w.iiits their powdr and inrtuun I
.t.i town last Friday morning when it Ua was interred in Santa Fo cemetery Starke Sunday. )loan of 5,000 tents and an equal number -I ship and were disappointed. are in solving the greatprobUms! of tin I II '
was learned that II. B. Wee t was Friday, March 7th, at 4 p. m' are of blankets to the forthcoming j very sorry indeed, and now promise I church. Christ 15 plans and purpus 'I'II
h numbered among the dead. with Masonic honors. Active pall- i I Mr.\ and Mrs. J. II. Kelley the Confederate reunion fit Memphis is'I that such will not be the case again concerning Uis church are great, ni. ''I i
Mr. WceHt hud not been well for :I. ." i rs wore (,'. E.: Harper, E. C. Williams proud parents of a son, born March\ '!'to ho given the war dlpnrtmcnt under .H.M.. the Lord helping us.Bible ,I no member of His church can have '
several months, and his physic-Lint, A. A. burden J. D. Aloxandc-r,, ,,8th.I a joint i resolution offered by Senator i school next :Sunday at 10 full fellowship with Christ until h-
': friends and relatives were fot'Unr W. U. i-itiVall and V. B. Wheeler and, j McKellar, democrat, Tennessee. i a'i I enters with
;1. .. much anxiety about his physical condition J other J'owoll. of Stark Rev. W. B..I| 11. P. Gainey was a business visitorto m.Communion and preaching at 11 nlnns. We shouldtputnmoretenthuit
...' yet none thought of his death. Hicks, of \Va!do, hud charge of tho Jacksonville Wednesday. CHURCH OF CHRIST m. Make an effort to come. The asm and ambition 'into our church
Ha walked, down town bite Thursday burial services, and In his kind Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was ject at 11 a. m. will be sUb-I mri'ibership.
; afternoon, und spent several liours ; way, uttered many consoling transacting business hero Wednesday. Despite the weather last Sun- The church needs, men U'e\ 1'rpachlnjj also at 7:30: p. m. All I
,' ', talking with friends and neighbors, phrases for the benefit of the Geiger Darry, of Graham, passed day n score of rainy met for C.b'.c ers need.) to duveloi/ Iho manpower of are invited, to com""
'; bc'f"nvod persons I
/ returning home about eight o'clock.At ones. school and But he church. God is great, but even W. E. DAUGHERTY,
The floral through here Wednesday enroute +.n commanded wor hlp.
four o'clock Friday morning, hU offerings were beautiful make and Minister.
God carnot a great power
wife, who had cared for him so tenderly ami r>,r f 9", ,'rHI| i, I'| .tin, ((n LaCrosse. as the weather looked( so threatening I i I I
followed the body to Its last ( ._. ._
during his continued illness, resting! --
Lyon Crosby and Howard Matt visited n
found that ho had taken a change for place Many friends! front Thoressa,
Waldo and Starke were in nttend'inc1 '. relatives in Five Mile Sunday.
1: The deceased 1 was a member of the Dave Wilson, of LaCrosse, was called / .
i Methodist church kind and
considerate husband wns und n father, and to the bedside of his brother, Chas.
the town has lout a valued cm/en.; lie Wilson, who is suffering: from a I
I. J was married to Miss Laura )Uelle stroke of paralysis.
t r! .Jones of this in May, 1011. Ho ,
city I
I IOUI' school closed Thursday, with a
leaves to mourn nit pns-tin". ". hn wife,
I two children, Kathryn and Gordon, picnic on the grounds. There was
I I i, mother, MrsVm\ Wrest, brolm-r quite a crowd present, among them
Samuel I L. WceHt and a sister, Mrs.
being several candidates for office.
Wm. C. Ash, all of Philadelphia. Ha 1 .
I had resided in our town twelve years, Out of town visitors were Sim Kelly, .
II' coming here from Philadelphia. I j George Thomas and Arthur Alvarez( :,

W. E. Hutchinson<<: who !has been i of Wateroak, Sheriff Epperson, M. E. ORDER YOUR FORD NOW
visiting hN! daughter Mrs. Wm. E. Edwards, Supt. H. B. Wiggins, N. D.
4 Wainwright, of Starke, and W. O.
I I. Chrichlo, of Jacksonville, returned to
his home hero Sunday. Duval of Hampton.

Rev. A. S. Jones will fill his regular R. II. Green spent Monday in the
appointment at the Baptist church on county seat attending to business.
i' Sunday, morning and evening. H. P. Gainey and II. E. Thomas
-DEELouis Rev. Windham, of Gainesville, will spent Wednesday in Jacksonville on a5cc
preach<<: at the Methodist church next business. SEDAN
Sunday afternoon at .4 o'clock.:
H. Hill Mrs. K. Wattcrson wan shopping DEATH OP CRAVEN ROBERTS
in Starke Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. S. .Simmons. who Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters,
have been guests of her parents for Inez and Juanlta were called to Plant .
several days, have returned to their City last week on account of the serious -
Real Estate home at Maxwell. illness of a relative, Mr. Craven
J .1. J. Brannen was! a business visitor Roberta. Mr. Roberts died early on t
r to Starke Monday. Wednesday morning and won buried 'i'rtli
-AND- -, M. L. Watterson waR a business that afternoon at Hopewell cemetery, '\w:

visitor to Starke first of the week. near Plant City, Rev. Walter Raliegh : .
;I Fire Insurance Mrs. I. J. Priest, who was called to White, of the First Baptist church, i : ; ,
the bedside of her son, Herbert, of conducted the funeral services.

IJI.., r I Green, Cove Springs, returned home He leaves to mourn his lop a wife, I
'. : ,.. : Tuesday. She reports her son's healthas d
". brother and sister. lie has
'2. ..", improving.Mrs. many
w5 friends in Bradford county, -ho regret -
;' ,'. r Lawtey, Fla. Holder, of Theresas, spent the I I to learn of his death, as he was!
day here Saturday with friends I once a citizen of this! county and was
Rev. Wheeler preached at the Christian highly esteemed by all. The bereaved
church Sunday morning and eve- family has the sympathy of all in
nlnir.Miss her bereavement.
Daisy Moore is spending this
week with friends here. SUNSHINE BAGA
Mrs. P. B. Hunt and !Mrs. Lillian
Geiger were shopping In Starke Sat- pretty act of courtesy and, appreciation Authorized Ford Dealers
urday. took place Saturday after-
I nonn when the members of the Law
Bible class, the home department and STARKE .FLORID A
IIROOKER II the members of the W. M. U. of the ,, .
Baptist church sent a s'lnshin' hn'r
Brooker, March 14J. H. Kelly to Mrs. K. A. Scott, who has been seriously ,
ill for several weeks .
Spen the weekend at Shady Grove. T. N. past.Mrs. "
I Llmbougb, MM. W: J.
L. R. Gainey and II. E. Thomas motored Epperson and Mrs. E. D. Card pre
to Gainesville Saturday. I sented the bag; which was mnH, of Lincoln GXC Fordsoiv i
r Prof. J. B. Wilkerson, who has been brichtly flowered cretonne, and on the
outside bore the sign, "Sunshine:; HIl' f fCARSTR'UCKSTRACTORS
c teaching here
has returned
to his I From the opening in the top there
_. hung various colored ribbons, and
--- the .
I. --- committee instructed Mrs. Scott
I that each day she could draw a pres-
ent from the bag\ by the ribbon at
tached. Each gilt bore the name of
the friend sending it, and there were "
r enough gifts in the bag to last for a
month. The collection of gifts com
prised articles of comfort and beauty
.W. E. TorodeThe for both body and mind, among them
being a letter from Rev. L. W. Kick- ,I
liter expressing his appreciation of
:c. MM. Scott's many !good works. I
I The many friends of Mrs. Scott are II
glad to know that she is now improv _. I
ing and hope that she may entirely
regain her health.
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I Don't get discouraged because weather conditions have not s

I- --.. '.. .. been just what you could wish for early planting.: A "Bad I

beginning may be a good ending." We have seed and fertilizers. 1

n __ __ H __ .. __ You showed
J grit by .
planting early and taking your chances.

:. I l Show your. grit now and don't back down. Prices are good

and prospects better. ,
Bradford County Don't plant all of one thing. Diversify. Some one thing is

Public Schoolsare bound to do extra well. Plant corn, corn always a good crop

to grow. Plant more Okra, some more Irish Potatoes; in fact,

try to plant some things that the other fellow doesn't plant.

coming to the The very crop that didn't pay last year may be the best crop

front. They should this year. The money crop of last season may be overdone this

year. Be cheerful, or if you can't be cheerful be as sober as

I be patronized by can. "Its Ketchin'' and helps everybody. Don't think you you are .

everybody. I the only one that is taking chances. We are all in it. The mer- I

t,' hant handling seeds, tools, fertilizer, fence wire and the

:\ many thirgs ycu want takes crences en what you buy. .
Board :Members: .
Let's pull together. Yours for prompt service
n i; L. W. Kickliter .

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Starke Woman's Club BuildingInteresting biggest business; ; : in education. IMAXVILLK BY-uutruuu-iN-L.vw

| Our chief ns-ot is boys and girls. If Prominent !Merchant Is Shot to Death

we propurly look after our asseta'today liy Litury Karri.

than the assets will look after -
Jacksonville March\ U.: A
llie business tomorrow. single,
Y 1t r t,. e. shot from u shotgun yusturday atlcr
i Are we doing what wo cnn to make Tioon lit ti o'clock toitninitied a fiieml-

: hu Hchouls of our county what they ship III( ii litutnnn! in an upper' nl I

huuld be '.' \\'\) should co-oporat. quarrel of the niinui'lit, when lieni-:
with tho teachers in llieiruiU niin: J. l.uensM:! u merchant and well'
en- known
reaulent uf the little cominuii
KIUI-HHO our children in theirs; visit ely of !\tail yule, twanty-iiino milenauuthweHt

t the si'hcKil not ti,> criliciip, but to of Jacksonville! in l>uviil

I F FPr '',tin infoini.'itinii.Wo county was nhoi' down told iiiHliiutiy

should never be satisfied withw..1 orMii-luw.killed by Usury The shuotiiitt Ilnrrs1.1, : occurred, his brotn

(enough but strive at till flute Maxviiio'M only struut,, and Harris tu on
eJr t'r I ID .SIi, l .i'1 was con-
t .iileied n great/ military liuider but Thu ieai cause: uf the hooting
not been .
ucteiiiniii'il! by olticerN
Ilia leiidei-lup would itlvi i
m-vir h.tvo cup 1 tiKating Hit case up to on early hour
cd with ptesent day tactic, this murill n,,:'. None of the throe vy

In our ili.N odiii-iitum in required wilnt'8 VH to the tragedy could throw

ns never hi fare, and will hill greuli any liftht I on the mature of the con-
vursations which preceded the discharge
i demand in the future -
n. it it ot' thu Intel ahut. ivluxiv Carter
i 1 er today To merely read and write IH t'ercy Austin and Cay O'Neal

rr not aiilTli'ient. The mind must be none. of whom m related to either LU

trained to think and to concentrate rae icido./ or Harris, saw tho alleged, ht>m-

before" its value can be ascertained I urter told' the ultli-urs that ha

If it had not been for the power of Harris drive into town and park na\v his

concentration Edison could never nmchino in thu street about lifty feet

ir nine accomplished the wonders that from the little store conducted by Lucas -
which also
served IK tho
he him. puitof-
Mr. Edison can aa concentrate lice, where Mrs Klllo: Lucas, wife of

: ... .. his mind that hi doe not know thu slum man, anti sister uf the ulU'nod -

when daylight comes or when it goes. slayer. In 'rioBlmiMtro. ..--.--... _r.......M.._.

'1I".F" \ \\I'' '11"'I .1 1W"I 1- i Ho was HO concentrated: on an !inven- ciiine the car out to of the store and. walked to
i"l: > ( : .. tlon I engage/ in a convervution!
' 1\; Iltldy\'lt') that when the hour arrived for Curter
\; : ; \ '' I : :, of clothes for said.b'olluwnng.
1'olle.tilllClnrl shipping
:." ',.'>,::,;,," '.; ," \,(\ ,{': ':.-i;.;.,. ,\Ii,' ; History of 1 him to bo married l. ho was still in hU a short conversation be
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and destitute allies.
": 'j outurtinif I tween
I'' ', '" :\' ':' ''I""" ,", ",i "''I '.' ,";"', I II shop' at work. the two, none of which could

:: ,' :;:'f: Jf: ': ':'.:,"} ::; ', ;I,':,.: Through: thut unsettled period justafter | We have strived during: our three be l heard by any of the witnouiios Interrogated -
." : '> ,. ,: )' the rinse of the war we concentrated lint night, MurrU Is ,
Z' ; said
.. !' : \: \ 1 yvnrs of
J supervision I
I Star Woman's dub, of the schools of by Curter
fee t" have
" cried!

: .: .,,: ; :: \';;::> / :." J,.' i I o I among that our vast efforts clement fur of war seemingly relief- t spirit Bradford which county has to been!get: accomplished up a school I "Ueaehmg 1 am going quickly 1 to kill MHO you.out the": rear of

hopeless and disorganized man his automobile
By Mrs. Weeks president, and Mrs. J. kind. to Komo extent and DCVIIIS to tie grow gun and tired one Harris shot grabbed point, blank shot

1 Irs. R. A. Weeks, of booker K. Davis secretary as ex-outdo members It was October 1910() before we began ) )- I Inl(. We found the financial condl- his brather-m-law. Carter: told the of-ut
tlon of the livers 'Ihr,.
i l s. E. K. Pcrrjman, of Slarke wore the committee appointed to to function IIR n cl'ib again U county in a deplorable ed Lucas full charge of shut enter
I condition and him hampered body Just above hid. heart
draft tho constitution and by-laws for us considerably
could be truthfully said, that this was and Humes from the
I lie\ Mothers' Club of Starke wa* the new organization. the one period in the club's life when but with nil this we feel 1 iriin ignited hilt clothing muczla Death of ,was the

org. lzed in the fall of 11)05\) !Mrs. Mr. Percy Gasklns, being homo for It was ncnr foundering on the rook we nave been iiblo to accomplish inHtantanpuuM,

I Ella LuFontmsee Hamilton then u visit at that time very generouslygave of IIdver+ity. Our women were si> something for tho people. I shot Many, tiuw people the said they heard. the
body of Lucia
principal of the primary department of his valuable time and able worn out with the two years. of mental H. II. WIGGINS tie road and saw llarrii: start lyinil hilt in

of tie Starke High School, being tho advice to this: committee to the end and physical. strain they had UKiSTiUKl: AT TIIK; I muchinu situ drive away. Harris is
MA..ON then
promoter of the organization. The that the Starke Woman's Club has small\ heart for taking) up the burdan I home said to have gone to his own
of organization was to today what has been pronounced by I I Among those registering at the Ho1 and 1 to havu taken tin wife, Id re.
Y purse pro- again. Hut the proof of our indomitable I 1 tel Marinn the week Nell us Iliirrn and l l hi"
during And
past were young son
moti harmony and co-operation be- those in position to judge one of the rpirit lies In the fact that WI! (J. 1'. /Humlm, U. C. VVtMgel Wm. U. Ito .tav swiftly driven from the town.
twee teachers pupils and patrons of most complete and perfectly drawn did take hold and almost Immediately Pope F. A. Mason Dr. .,. l>. 'Inylor Hu wait hut .wen twenty minutes af

the :arks school to the mutual ben constitution and by-laws of any clubin I began making plans_ for a club Mr. and Mrs. li. (;iangl.V.. W llais- ter thu shooting, according/. to wit-
Florida. We further den, It. G. Starke, K.: W. Curtwright,
efit < \ themselves; and that necessary were indebted house. Wo had become no accustomed *

supple not obtainable from t he to Mr. Gaskins for the gift of a I to thinking in largo sums of mon of Mixxon Jacksonville U. 1.. ; Hall C. ,T.of Smith Gainesville W. T.; I IH. I'' 91hii'fINU (II.' ICii1S'f/lNB

a schoo board might be Jurl shed the beautiful-bound leather loose-leaf ey that ,, could not so quickly aban Koerner, of Miami; J.I/ Unit, .1.U I I IIMi.lUS: : IKIAIJP (III") TKADK

teach |F' for the advancement of ledger for the recording secretary : don the hAbit. |I Swain of Daytona; Mr. and .1.1
I with constitution and J. 1.>. Darnell Mrs. S. K. Kdwards; I An excellent
knowledge and welfare of the pupils. our by-laws weekly
meeting of the
In the spring' of 1920 when Mrs. R. Titusville II. L. Urown It. I K.: Pen- Keystone I
MrnI Clara Lane (Mrs. II. C. Ri- neatly typed by his stenographer JleiKhlx. board of trout was
I A. Weeks resigned the presidency on nell, Walter Williams, of VVIIIUton; hull 'iuesil.'iy
I .:hardl) was elected president; Mrs. i In the fall of 1914 .the Starke Wom- account of her removal to Brooker, Ola Sunders It. S. Adamx, of Mudi- Keystone Inn ovcniiifr'lulk \March wortT delivered 11th, at

J R. 'Davis, secretary. Some char- an's Club was received into the Flor-I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins vice-president, son. l by G. \Al AlucOuiiough suite architect -

'ter nvhibers, besides those already Ida Federation of Clubs. We then took the chair. At the regular elec- and demgner ut Keystone Inn,
'I mentlO d were Mrs. Darby Mrs. deemed it necessary to add a depart tion Inlay! Mrs N. D. Wainwright SPECIAL SERVICES CIIUKCH: AT ST.IUAIU'S learner S. llubbilt of Keystone of Corey M. t'n., U. '1'.

Scott, Irs. Philips Mrs. Limbaugh ment of legislation that we might ut II Curdwvll!
was elected president. ,She promptly Center City, Ky., ti>. Hornb>> rk
Mrs Tn Sweat !Mrs. Ed Duncan educate ourselves in the vital sub- began secretary of tm local board
planning for the next year ap We are not HO fortunate a. othersin of trade
Mrs. 0 J.f Griffin, Mrs. W. J. Griffin, jects of the day and equip membersfor pointed all/ standing committees and having special preachers from and J. I'. Miller, uf \Meidvnlo, J.....

Mrs! Son Crews Mrs. N. D. Wain. the duty of citizenship for it was by July had club affairs working ingood abroad but the name Uonpel Is (president Join, nu ii..,. of the Lawrence Developing

t WILL. BE PALM wrlght Mrs. A. V. Long Mrs. Felix becoming daily more apparent that order. preached. We try to be sociable with I Mr. MucDonough/
I I ;others and wish others would be who
we came tu
PLANTING WEEK Long ftte. Comer Peek and !MrsG.. the "time of woman's work in the I Florida in I'JIO':
I Up to this time there had been talk I II more sociable with us. 'Ihero will be that nowhere
M. Sistnhk. Only mothers were accepted home alone" was a thing of the past. and talk and then no aervieea next Sunday, hut therewill in the state has he found the railing
I some talk
feel more : hills||
highly encouraged by the splendid soil\ .
li active membership teachers I be u service Friday evening. and natural :juiuty
During 1913-16) inclusive under about
club for
prompt meeting of the committee a house it was the ambition .. thut exists at Keystone
Coma and that lluitfhts
named by me in last week's Tele I beinj. taken in as honorary members ;Mrs. Weeks and Mrs. Halligan, we of all/ of the members to havea are no spooks assure nor your bugaboos vit\ Inaidu.there onio other points of Northern ,i'lor-and

graph. Every member was enthusiastic j were very active in civic work but I clubhouse of our very own. It was Inure win be no display of t1"'autlnce l fdn.Mr,

Royal m Palm the Nurseries_ proposition.Co. The offered Oneco the I The clt,was most active and thrivI never at any time did we lose sight of at an executive board meeting called or anything of an uim.iuul nature.I| Babbitt In his talk said that

; I ling, theft most important work at the fact that Just help! us by your presence. The 'nature bus placed at Keystone conditions
best bargain of 200 or mora( 2 to 3 we were primarily a July 22, 1920) by Mr. Wainwright which
feet Washington I first beinilthe hiring of a janit'ir fpr school club. In 1914 council awak I rector will have rumudivs at hand to man must build up In
palms f. o. our for the purpose of announcing her departmental keep from fainting in cu..u tau cnarcn I I other pate. of tau state
Jt other>. Oneco at $1.75 each. The price at the schoo bulding.! There being no ened to the fact that they needed the chairmen that Mrs. A. mould bu full '1 ne pillars have been'i file\ Keainer gave u very Interesting

reduction! nurseries is $3.50 each and no funds pritfdod by the trustees in club women in their schema of things i n'l i repaired so tneloor/ is The unilurm I I report( uf hm. recent trip ti Cuba.
so far offered. We I
pet up orders to 200, and h di this must I those day! the children acted in I and to this day they have worked together i (Continued on Page 12)) tout tau niinmtt-r wears IH not I' Mr.of liornbuck ilulivered a brief h'n'
tory tee .
nave appointed Mr. Inman Mrs. J. that capajty. During those first for Starke's cleanliness andupbuilding. I bur display but to keep any ono from orKunuation, mentioning
inUrn what it wax what
H. criticixiiig old clolhuit. Vvu glory it is, and what it
Ritch and Mrs. H. H. Ion to solicit years l'Jii-13 wonderful amountof For two years .we 'hail, II I udvantuge over our bruthren. Tho will be. Mr. II rribtc-k I is euthvlM/ i ti-

ders orders.I Wl.en all they call for or. : good WIt accomplished by the club. the use of the council's! nicely fur- ; I uiu..iv holy not bo all that is desired rally looking forward to the time
hope will gunk
spond. Now is the time cheerfully to beautify re It grew stadily in membership and ni.nod room In the city hall for our i but we have owed the uiuun (jeilaix.Lion't ,, when trade, tho Keystone lIt>hchls board of !
will be
,your home grounds and your town.C. strength ail' began the e.tablbhment meetings. During these years, 1013-: be ulraui tu use taw I'fuyer'i I uumzatioiiH In ono the of state.the greatest or-
book because that m tnu only opporluniLy -
L. PEEK, Mayor. of a school (brary contributing books! 17, we wore served by :Mrs. Week, to "BdhM UUCK" ut tau "".- '!I Bin* Antler Mated tHat. within the "

from persi>|l libraries Besides this Mrs. Hnlligan and Mrs. Darby u. I air Lie i-hui'Kuble and let ins Intentions 1: (last six month, the mutuality of In-
BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN several boof!/ reference mch needed presidents.In make up tor VUA. ,t>lhlle'". Always rerll1tK and the team work dl-tpUyed

by the jsh school grades, were ,I _ i When the Paper I II admire potunliuiiiiuH. Lots ..of uuutl hero him in.urud the posilbillty of
the of the dark invostmontM here.
spring/ 1917
On Sunday morning to not. appreciate thuir "ruI&tnuYO
we expect
iomplrte the purchased; b large WctV.or unabridged -: doud of war hovered over our fnirInnd. Doesn't ComeMr men nave tuileil' becuaJu people" the
study "Stewardship I I
nd dictin iry, the Harvard classics l. In April all our /lives and ambitions I''lia.e service on tridiy evenings in- 1 ('. ti;. ll-ibbitt, of Corey, Pa., hi vis
For eight wick? the a compile set of Dickens several I aloud of on Wednesday! no that some iting ,I. K.: Ijirion, of the Lawrence
scorned laid in ruins about '
norninjr service has be'n given to of the virks of different presidents UH, I |people would cut nave unoiner. 011- iJevelupinu! Company.
bis important matter and tho large and we laid by our club as a club and I fathr roan the paper h* reads ain't put a em"" pray out ot a 'ln>ok uai '
and a set of Stod hr 's Lectures un right : I
,- d Interesting congregations give turned the organization intact per. I Hn ft rid* M lot of fault, too h* noea. p"nntn' i I well a* sing out of u book, because !Mri II. U. and her slater
which the club members also ''we believe thud will titer both ulinu. Clllr't.
Eni'dence ,tunnel fund and activities over to It nil nlffht ; VMin Lonia. M. have returned
of the good done. Thh ... .' thins In It worth
ser- read and gre ly enjoyed. ff ttavn (* ain't a nirl* if tnuy are sincere. Once u dlruiiijer from" Jacksonville
o begins at It a. m., and to it tho lied Cross.! Club members club to nut taste 10 church with a church member where they spent
a I ftnt-n't nrlnt the kind ot stuff tending! tl' bu iiies
The office barren: of And thai It nuttters Wldna-
bare in its benefits, the public Is In.ted. princiij'g was husbands brothers sans and daugh- the people need : |ijiU lifter cnunifing po.ntiuns! u number :, It i .ter>in-law, Mrs. D. Mel .n.
The Bible school necessary fuoiture and equipment.In teri even the little children contrib- I lf. tnoura It vide and era It'. 0trlet1y on of times, said, "Jhin boats: the
meets at 0:45 1911! the jlub was instrumental uted each their mite for the aid of the bum. hra' holler when Ilsepaper 'Uiuvil, ," tu which his mend replied, -
firlth him Messrs. '
Prof. Wiggins as superintennt. I But you ought to "Just what I It wet .intended to il">, Haliuino : J. E.: Larsen and 1*. Mil
and active in the nestled furnishings doen't "om.1Jr. ler
letting two
our country and its allies. and help beat the davll. He U the prominent citiiions: of

the senior, intermediate and junior and ere given the privilegeof No cltb in the state, for its size, .. rv>.Hs ghoul the. w."l<"llna and -fat aerie Abroad in the land and thu help of eVe Keystone heights, were in Starke attending -
using the t>om as their meeting financial standing bears .Ilk. all get ont is needed. tu business", mattroi Wednei
strength and .. with mont ht'Y. P. U. meet at 6:30 p. m. The If. r*.H I th 'n.i.l' I d ln' a day.
place on the first Monday in each a better war record than the Starke ,Iolv. _at.e i rhillip Broke aid that preachingas
[evening services from now till Easter R .. the papn for th'* wqm.n presenting ttible truths in duter- -
[cdlJ) be evangelistic. The sermon by month We we very helpful, too Woman's Club. Its officers and mem- folthenab. and he'll fum i unt liKhts. '!he Bible is the oldest LAYING (W IMifK GOING; FOBWAKII .
in seeing tha children of destitute null rod About 'h rarttr
bers foremost In war as in 'and of book So
[the,putor At this service will be on were and fret and green : the newest conservative
"Ths Man Who Almost Arrived." parentage wer provided the necessary peace serving In various capacities II. save of '..'..''.110" ItdoMn'% hay a alo ,' as to make I it a duty to study -
ad books. el i. .mmb- I tie past, and no progressive as to be L. M. Gray
clothing where each could do most good-In h... Mm' holler when the contractor for laying
ere i are such and But ourt
many men you
may ,i advance uf the It U not only the rock hale I
.1 I In on the
doean't county
com highway
Mrs. Lane Irs. Scott and Mr. Red Cross Council of Defense Lib paper ,
.,|'bejntereettng for you to be present .ull uf .pod; but fuil of man and tjch alerted th" work Saturday morning
order to learn of whom this class Darby served i club presidents be- erty Loan etc. .ta .10..".* ant to thrmtwh.H reel.It and h* ads It must always be interesting and at the intersection of Call Street lie
tween the 190 : when Our school building( had been plumb clean ,intrudes to all who would know has rcaehcd
eanats.( Fifteen minutes of song at year to 1913 new dAMn't mire ." item or a want ad Hind a point one block south
wa lected and the club completed and we were using againour that .la true ; .nemselve It describe all condl- ot the high school building at this
l thi opening of the service is worth ; reorganize H. ease thy. rt"..'t know what we want, the torts of life and give. utterance toil time.
baring in. We begin at 7-33, some- Il vas generally conceded big club room In the old building. darn. n......*.... rvT ; and desire, and emotions of the soul KainH have Interfered with the
time .0
" tine that we hd far outgrown our This we made Into headquarters for 'I'rn going to t*'* a day aom Bible i I. the book for all work
before this time because of the end put '*m wl.*. ; onu a people who gather early. This is ; name, and the pd for broader: activities the Red Cross with our president ''enwrimve It J.*tnthmivH "they moat lx ,.d all nations for all classes of men loaded truck have had to b* pulled -

known as "The Church of the Glad was maifest. In October Mrs. A. M. Darby In charge, and But you deaf ouar and>t band tn' hrar god him dumb.holttf when. the nd all state of society: for all caacitiei out of soft places a number of
intellect and all cevi- time. ,
1913 with .md, :3S there gathered daily to and pap.r doan't torn.I Alongside the unloading track
mtiberih serve
nn ,
a we
JIsd and ...
you are invited to test.the -Anon.NA7 s of the soul. To understand Hi lari'u' 'utility| of rock had to be
welcome. we merged f row the Mothers' Club work and plan. We made numberless uths we need to know something of I dumped and rolled to provide a rotul-

of Starke to th Star VVnmin's hospital supplier, comfort kits with .. .., .o pieces: and people set forth In it sway for the trukx, the soft ground

BACK COPIES WANTED-- club. Four of th same departments; clothes for the wounded, packed and + TNArr .1' une*. We mutt go back in imagition bc-comin', so deeply rutted that the
,... .. to see bow they live, travelth { m'irhifi i >< could not ten throuKh
''tied which are in forri today we'organ' shipped Christmas boxes to our boysin l ,IA<;t..1" ., (0" ;;-.. ., them and listen to their messageis I I nsill" the limits of the town, the

A nest has been made for copies then namel Civi"lu"ntlon' camps and over-seas. Our classes ........ ,O" I 4 thus with the idea of presenting; roadw/v will be twenty-six feet, and
oLthe issue of Feb IS, IP'-'I. This i H- |!['music and linen The churman of In first aid and surgical dressing ..'" p" J- ulhi. in a "d.If ere lit light" that we this extra width IS requiring eonsi'ler -

sa4 baa been sold out, and any of our teach[: department t 1 a vit'e presidentir sere just getting under way when \r\? .... / .*"! try to present some night scene" .l"'Uni..>re time than laying of the
.d i the Hible. Possibly they throw *tnn may With
puBMsion .. asked to U* .ft< it I .,......,. ,.n .._.. goodt

t feammunicat with this office. '1 Lane. Mrs. Darb \ .. }', with 1918: so we turned our labors to tbx i I I .- mine mete' ? /L. .fi _.. <
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H, II. WEEST. OF HAMPTON tho worse, and he died before help home at Tallahassee 'GOVERNMENT. : TO LOAN we called in the evening worship and ful church out of small men. The task
DIES:: AFTER SlIOIiT ILLNESSA could be summoned. Physicians matod I SUPPLIES TO "ETERANSWallhlnA'ton.Authorlty I we shall not do ao again, as we have of the church Is a man's job. God
his death wan caused from a weak I I Mr.\ and Mrs. L. R. Gainey, John been informed that more than a dozen ) wants from men more than ills tithe.
veil of sadness spread ovor our heart. Thomas,' II. E. Thomas wore visitorsto for the I persons met Sunday night for wor- God \wmts their power and inlluen
A town last Friday morning when I it Jtlo was interred In Santa Fe cemetery Starke Sunday. loon of /5,000 tents and an equal number -:,.I I ship and were disappointed. are in solving the 'great-problems! of the
was learned that H. B. Weest was Friday, March 7th, at 4 p. m: of blankets to the forthcoming I very sorry indeed, and now promise I' church. Christ s plans and purpos --
numbered the dead. with Masonic honors. Active palls | Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Kelley the Confederate reunion is 'that such will not be the case again I concerning His church are great, amino
ro I Mr. Wecttt aiming had not been well for !. "i were C. P.. Harper E. C. Williams proud parents of a son, born March I to bo given the war department under soon!, the Lord helping' us. member of His church can havefull
several months, and his physic!.un, A. A. Purtlen, J. B. Alexander. ,8th.I a resolution offered by Senator Bible school next :Sunday at 10 fellowship with Christ untjl h*
friends and rilatwa were foelinr W. O. UuVull and V. B. Wheeler! and ,I McKellar, democrat, Tennessee. m. a'i I enters with Christ Into His grout
much anxiety nhout his physical condition :- Lather i'uwell. of St: rke. Rev W. B..I| II. P. Gainey was a business visitorto Communion and preaching at 11 nlans. We should put more enthusiasm -
N o. yet none thought of hill death. Hick! lie walked climn town l.tto Thursday burial services, and in his kind and i Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was ject at 11 a, m. will be "Manpower. 'I llll'lHbershlp.
afternoon, und spent several hours m.thctic: ;) way uttered many consoling transacting business here Wednesday. Despite the rainy weather last Sun- The church need, men. We preathra Preaching also at 7:30: p. m. All
talking with friends! and neighbors/ phrases for the benefit of the Geiger Darry, of Graham, passed day a score of persons met for Bible aced to doolnj! the manpower of: are invited, to come.
returning home about eight o'clock.At ber"are4 ones. school and commanded But he church. God in great, but even W. E DAUGHERTY
Wednesday enroute to
four o'clock Friday morning his The floral offerings were beautiful through God cannot make a great and Minister.
the weather looked I
,. .., as so threatening power-I
and| f 1'1,1 I In LaCrosse. _
wife, who had cared for him BO tenderly )nr S" n 'c or i un
J' followed the (; ....., ,-. -
during his continued illness, body to its resting Lyon Crosby and Howard Molt visited -- ;"
found that he had taken a change for place. Many friends from Theressn,
relatives in Five Mile Sunday.
y Waldo nnd Starke were in 'iMendnnc'. -
1'11' !1 The deceased wall a member of the i Dave Wilson\ of LaCrosse was called \
Methodist church wns n kind earl to the bedside of his brother, Chas.
considerate husband\ and father, and
the town hall lost u valued was married to Miss Laura Belle stroke of paralysis
y I '{ Jonos of this city in !May 1!>11. I
I I Our school closed Thursday with
leaves fee n
II tn mourn nit pasHin"" JIM w J
i two children, Kathryn and Gordon picnic on the grounds. There was I
art; mother, !Mrs Wm Weest, brat m'r. quite a crowd present, among them
Samuel j.. Weest and a sister Mrs. being several, candidates: for office
'( Wm. C. Ash all of Philadelphia. Ho 1 .
had resided Out of town visitors were Sim Kelly, "
( in our town twelve years
II' I coming here from Philadelphia. I I George Thomas and Arthur Alvarez,

? a W. E Hutchinson, who has been 'I jot Wateroak, Sheriff! Epperson, M. E. ORDER YOUR FORD NOW
i Edwards, Supt. H. B. Wiggins, N. D.
visiting his
: daughter: Mrs. Wm. E.
Wainwright of Starke, and W. O.
Chrichlo of Jacksonville
4 :9i :1 returned to
i his home here Sunday. Duval of Hampton.
Rev A. S. Jones will fill his regular R. H. Green spent Monday in the
appointment at the Baptist church on county seat attending to business.
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Sunday morning and evening. I1. P. Gainey and H. E. Thomas mss.I
SEE- Rev. Windham of Gainesville will spent Wednesday in Jacksonville on
I preach at tho Methodist church next business. -I SEDAN
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
: Louis H. Hill !Mrs.\ K. B. Watterson was shop- DEATH OF CRAVEN ROBERTS n
ping In Starke Monday.Mr. .
I t !\ and Mrs. S. M.Simmons who Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters,
have been guests of her parents for Inez and Juanita, were called to Plant .
several days, have returned to their City last week on account of the serious
Real EstateAND homo at Maxwell.J. illness of a relative, Mr. Craven
J. Drannen was a business visitor Roberts. Mr. Roberts died early on
I'.' to Starke Monday.M. Wednesday morning and WIT buried
-, L,, Watterson was a business that afternoon at Hopewell cemetery,
visitor to Starke first of the week. near Plant City, Rev. Walter Raliegh ,
i. Fire Insurancer Mrs. I. J. Priest, who was called to White, of the First Baptist church,
the bedside of her son, Herbert of conducted the funeral services. W"I

r t Green Cove Springs, returned home lIe leaves to mourn his loss! a wife, I

-: "; r Tuesday. She reports her son's heal:has brother and sister. lie has many
..; Kr' improving.Mrs. friends in Bradford county who
\ regret -
;; : Lawtey, Fla. !\ Holder, of Theressa, spent the to learn of his death, as he was

J'r I day here Saturday with friends. once a citizen of this county and was
:i Rev Wheeler preached at the Chris- highly esteemed by all. The bereaved
tian church Sunday morning and eve family has the sympathy of all in
( I
ning.Miss her bereavement
; !\ Daisy Moore is spending this ANDREWS & WAINWRIGHT .
I 'j'jaI ,
( 'ji aI week with friends here. SUNSHINE BAGA
Mrs. P. B. Hunt and !Mrs. Lillian
'jI Geiger were shopping In Starke Sat- pretty act of courtesy; and appreciation Authorized Ford Dealers
took place Saturday aftern .
\ urday.
I <>nn when the members of the Law
11: Bible class, the home department and STARKE .FLORIDA
t. : BROOKER the members of the W. M. U. of the ,,
i Baptist church sent a s'inshin ha'I
Brooktr, March 14.-J. H. Kelly to Mrs. F. A. Scott, who has been seriously
1r ill for several weeks
spec the week-end at Shady Grove.L. Mrs. T. N. Mrs. W J.
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t+ R. Gainey and II. E. Thomas mo- Epperson and LlmbauR'bf f). Card presented
i tored to Giinosville Saturday. the bag which was irmrio of Lincoln FordsoICARSTR'UCKSTRACTORS \
Prof. J. B. Wilkerson, who has been brightly flowered cretonne, and on the .
A outside bore the sign "Sunshine:: Bair"
I' ., 1 teaching here, has returned to his From the opening in the top there
.. II hung various colored ribbons, and
the committee instructed Mrs. Scott
that each day she could draw a pres.
r1 ent from the bag" by the ribbon at
tached. Each gift bore the name of
the friend sending it, and there were
enough gifts in the bag to last for a
( 1 month. The collection of gifts comprised ..
articles of comfort and beauty
.W. E. Torode for both body and mind among them
being a letter from Rev. L. W. Kick-
f liter expressing his appreciation of
.' Mrs. Scott's many good works.
r I The many friends of Mrs. Scott are
glad to know that she is now improv
lag and hope that she may entirely
The remain her health.
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t.. \ I Don't get discouraged because weather conditions have not

t.A --- .- --- 'r been just what you could wish for early plant:::1g. A "Bad

beginning may be a good ending." We have seed and fertilizers. .

--- .--- ----- --- ..' You showed grit and
--- ------ by planting early taking your chances.

Show your. grit now and don't back down. Prices are good

j and prospects better.
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Bradford County Don't plant] all of one thing. Diversify. Some one thing is

t I Public Schools I : bound to do extra well. Plant corn, corn is always a good crop

to grow. Plant more Okra, some more Irish Potatoes; in fact,

)1 try to plant some things that the other fellow doesn't plant.

+, i'' are coming to the The very crop that didn't pay last year may be the best crop

!,14 front. They should this year. The money crop of last season may be overdone this

: I year. Be cheerful, or if you can't be cheerful be as sober as you

' be patronized by ,, can. "Its Ketchin'"and helps everybody. Don't think you are '

everybody. 1 the only one that is taking chances. We are all in it. The mer-

9 i hant handling seeds, tools, fertilizer, fence wire and the _

many ihirgs ycu want takes crerccs en what you buy. '

Board Members: Let's pull together. Yours for prompt service .

L. W. Kickliter I .
H. Wiggins, A. A. Hazen .

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| Our chief liS ,et is buys and girls If rromincnt Merchant U Shot to Death

NO properly look after our ass. Liy t;.ury lIurLl ,

di.then the assets will look aftert i
Jacksonville March 13.-A single
t tuisinoKS tomorrow. I
shot from shotgun
yesterday nior'
w. Aiec. doing wluit we can to make tioon ni a uVhiLk tonnmalod a fiii'tul-,

1 he schools of our county what they ship i>t a lilutinu in uri I

IK hould be ? \\o should co-operittu quarrel. of the moment when tion 11- ; I
__ nun J. hums, 2 HI, merchant and will
r Y with the ti'iuhcia in their work, en- known resident of the little cuniinun- i

+ Sr1r i ourutte our children in theirs; visit ity of i\IIAVUlc. Uvoniy-jilnu mace

ty t clu- school', nut to, critical, but to aouthwuMt ot Jucksiinvlllo, in Uuval I

w ',ain infoiniiition.Vo county: wa4 shot. down Hiul iiisluntly
killed by Usury Morris, 1M! his brolh- .
nhould hover be satisfied with ur.ein-law. The shouting occurred! on ,
r ru well enough, but strive lit nil timer Muxvilio's only sh'eot.1n Harris Inter

I ID do' b.., h.... WniliinKtoii; was con- eacupud.
Tho "'111 cause uf tho
hard! : rat shooting hid
a ur military I Kuuler, but
not been >
uoti rmined
by ollicora
hn rnvestignting -
Iruderhlp| would never hove ct- / till! case up to an early hour
,.1 1 pioscnt day tactics.In I thin iniiriiing. None of Ulu three eye

. our day', education/ is required''I wattles UH lo thu .tragedy cuuld throw

m never l>', and will be in grent- allY light on tho nature tiittie conversations -

1 > f ,ili-niaiid in the future than it I Hnd.iy : !;I ol' the which futul preceded shut Ataxia the Carter disfhargc : --

___ ( To nu'ivly read and write in 1'eroy Austin and City, O'Neal,
. not sufficient The mind must bo none of whom is related to either Lucas -
or 1 1I0rrlll( saw the alleged hom
.,,', to think find to concentrate. icide.I .

u l. ''K,..b.. .,.\,,, '"I>'"' I If it had not been for the power of Harris drivo into town und park his

... '> .'" 'J! : .' com ontrution Ellison could never muchinu in the street about fifty fret
;;" ..,.'1''",<'" .,__.'r '-" have accomplished, the wonders that I i'from the little store conducted by I.utas -
/l Y which also nerved
I Y t :, J he hits. III r. HJison: ran HO concentrate ;!! life, where Mrs Klllu\ Lucas un the, wife postof-of

his mind that he ,11It'1I< not know thu:' slain man. and Bister. of tho alIcgad -

when daylight comps or when it goes. ;|: slayer is JlUsbllitd re\s. LUCIK
came out of tha store und
He to
I wns BO concentrated Invention
on an the
i i cur to
i engage in
a conversation
I ,
that when the hour arrived fur Carter said.following.
ollortmg and shipping of clothes for' I
him to be married he wan still in his[ a short conversation! be

History ofStarke our uai -tune and destitute allies., shop| at work I I tween the two, HOMO of which could

Through that unsettled period, juaafter ; | We have arrived) during our lhrl.e'' be heard by any of tho witnesses Interrouiitod -
the close of the war, we concentrated la-it night, Harris is suld
1 Woman's ClubI b, 1 yenrs of supervision of the schools of by Carter l<> huvo cried out:
our efforts for war relief "
Bradford county to get up a school I 1 am going to kill you."
I among that/ vast clement of seemingly inio tha
I spirit, which has been accomplished[ his, autuutLIdu renr of
hopeless, and disorganized: man Harris grubbed nhnt-
i By Mrs. Weeks, president, and Mrs. J, kind to same extent and, scents to be grow- Klan Anti tired ono shot point blank at

Mrs. II. A. Weeks of Brooker K. Davis, secretary, as ex-olHcio mem- It was October 191(1! before wo be ing. Wo found the financial condition lUcrs.Ills brother-in-law' Carter told" till of-
1 tie
of the county in full charge of shot
I rs. E. K. Perryman, of Starke bers, were the committee appointed to gan to function ns n 1'h) arnin. It condition, und has a deplorable ed Lucas body Just above hill enter-heart
draft the constitution and by-laws for could be un cons und lluni i from
truthfully said that this wa tile ruiUElo: of the
lU\ Mothers' Club of Starke was the new organization. the one period in the club's life when siderably* but with nil this we feel Kim ignited his clothing. Pontli was
we h ave been able inHtantunpouit.
org, ized In the fall of HIU5, Mrs. Mr. Percy Gasklns, being home Corn it was near foundering on the rock to accornpllihsomething Many I''
for people' Said I
people. they hoard
I Ella, LuFontinsce Hamilton, then visit at that time very generouslygave of adversity. Our women were so I' II. [H. WIGmN .. shot vuw the body of I Lucas lying the In f"

priniipal!\ of the primary department of his valuable time and able worn out with} the two years! of men the rand, and saw hurtle: start hU

of tie( Starke Hitch School, being the advice to this committee, to the end tal and physical strain they had KEr.ISTKItKIl: AT THI1A..IS: : then inafhinu said and drive nway. Harris Is
to have
promoter of the organization. The that the Starke Woman's Club has small heart for tnking up tho hurtle home anti to gUile to his own
I Among those registering at the llo1 huvu taken his wifo, Mrs.
purse of organization was to promote today what has been pronounced by again.; Hut the proof of our indomitable 1 tel Miinwn during the pant work worn- I IO. Nolliu Harris, and his young sun and

harmony and co-operation between those [In position to judge, one of the spirit lies In the tact thnt we 1'. Hamlm, K. C. Weiircl. Wm. U.I'opo to have swiftly, driven from the town.

teachers pupils and patrons of most complete and perfectly drawn did take hold and, almost Immediately !<'. A. Mason Dr. U. o. 'luvlor lie ter was lust seen twenty minutus) nf-

the E arke school, to the mutual ben- constitution and by-laws of any clubin began making plan for( a club Mr. and Mrs. U. Gangs, W. W. Huls- htlatlt'M tliu shouting, ucturdirnr, to wit.
den J{. G.! Starke K.: W. i'
Florida We further indebted -
efit cl themselves; and that necessary were house. We had become so accustomed
of Jacksonville; C T. Smith W. T.I I
suppt s not obtainable[ from t ha to Mr. Gaakjns for the gift of a to thinking in large sums of money -, Mix on, U. IHall, of UaincBvillcj; MEETINGP'; ; I KKVSTO.NK: :

schoo board might be furnished the beautiful-bound, leather, loose-leaf that w could not so quickly aban- I (>. Koi-rner, of Miami; J. II. Unit, ..1i IIKH.IHS J10AK1) (JI<* 1KADK 1

teach t a for the advancement of ledger for the recording secretary don the hnbit. I i L>. :Swum; of Daytona; Mr. and Mrs.'J. 'I ,,
I D. Darnell Mrs. S. 1 10, Kdw: rd of. An
with constitution and <, excellent weekly "
by-laws inectliig of
knowledge and welfare of the pupils. our the
In the spring of 1020 when Mrs. R.
Titusville 11. L I Brown, H. K.: 1'en- Kuystone He his board&
IK uf trade,
I/ Mrs, Clara Lane (Mrs. II. C. Ri neatly typed by his stenographer was ,
: I A. Weeks resigned tho presidency on. nell Walter Williams, of Wlllialon; hold Tuesday vvvning, March llth
'#i'i,' : t'jikli1'1a91yryi chard)! was elected president; Mrs.I> In the fall of 1014. the Starke Wom- account of her removal to Brookcr Olu Sanders H. S. AdumH, of Madi Keystone Inn. 'litlks went delivered, at,

a r>;,,y J. R. Davis, secretary. Some charter an's Club was received into the Florida I i !Mrs. A. Z. AdkinA, vice-preaident son. by J. M AliicDunuugh, scats architect .'.

i mtnbers, besides those already Federation of Clubs. We then took the chair. und designer ol KtiyuLonu Inn, f,
At the regular elec- K
I SI'ECIAI, SERVICES S: llubbiil of '
Corey 11., I). T.
mentlo d :Mrs. Darby :Mrs. deemed it necessary to add a depart
tion in Mrs. C
I May N. D. Wainwrightwas CIIUKCH Keumer of keystone M. II. (;Curdwell
\ Scott, Irs. Philips Mrs. Limbuugh[ ment of legislation that we might elected president. She ;promptly of Center City Ky., J"". D. Uornberk

Mrs. Tfrn Sweat, Mrs. Ed Duncan, educate ourselves in the vital sub began planning for the next year, ap We are not no fortunate as other iHvcruUry of tno local board of trade

Mrs O ;J. Griffin, Mrs. W. J. Griffin, jects of the day and equip membersfor pointed all standing committees and !in having tpecial preachers from und president K 1'.of Miller. of Muudriile 1...,

Mrs. S
Li. BE PALM wright, Mrs. A. V. Long Mrs. Felix becoming daily (pore apparent that good order. preached. We try to bo sociable with I Mr. MucDonough who .
I others and we wish others would bu came to '
PLANTING WEEK Long, Jfs. Comer Peek and Mrs. G. the "time of woman's work in the Up to this time there hud been talk more sociable with us. Them will be Florida in 11/1U stated, that nowhere _

M. Sistniik. Only mothers were accepted home alone" was a thing of the past. and talk and then no serVUvs next Sunday but there In tho state has he found the rolling
I feel highly encouraged by the some more talk will bu service evening hllil. splendid soil and natural[ :juauty
d a Friday
,, active membership teach 1913-13 inclusive[ under
During about club house that
prompt meeting of the committee a for it wa the am- Come und assure that there exists at Keystone Heights and .
named by me in last week's Tele ers beln faken in as honorary members Mrs. Weeks and Mrs. Halligan, we bition of all of the members to havea are no spooks nor bugubocs inside. some other points of Northern Flor (

graph. Every member was enthusiastic j were very active In civic work but I clubhouse of our very own. It wa '1 tiers win be no display of eloquence ,ida. I
on the proposition. The One o I The clt J was most active and thrlv never at any time did we lose sight of at an executive board meeting called or anything of an uuuiuul nature. I Mr. Babbitt In his talk said that t
Royal Palm Nurseries Co. offered the nature hue placed at
ling' theft oat important work at the fact that we were primarily a July 22 1020 by Mrs. Just help us by your presence. The lions Keystone condl- :
best Wainwright whIch
bargain of 200 or more 2 to 3 I rector will have reiiiudius. ut hand to man must build up In :,
feet Washington Robusta palms f. o. i i first beini.the hiring of a ja'llt-lr for school club. In 1914. our council awak-I| for the purpose of announcing her departmental keep from fainting in tuao lee church I I other pasta of tne elute

b. nuraeriee7ia each. The price at the schoo building. There being no erred to the fact that they needed the j I chairmen that Mrs. A. II. should be full. 'J ne pillars huvu been 'I Mr. Koanier gave u very Interesting i

t other $3 1.50 each. and no funds pn dcd by the trusted in club women In their schema of things, ] I repaired so the hour i* sufu. 'J he un- report of his recent trip to( Cub,.. ,

reduction so far offered. We must 'those day the children acted In I and to this day they havo worked together i (Continued on Page 12) i ilurni teat tau milliliter wears m not Mr. Hornbockdelivered a brief her' I
L pet up orders to 200, and t- do this I I | tor didpmy, but to keep ony one from tory of tile urKuniiutmn, muntionlng/
have appointed Mr. Inman, Mrs. J. that cape y During those first for Starke's cleanliness and I II iriticming did, tlutliL'M. 'it u glory i I.i. what it war, what it U, and what it !I
H. Ritch and Mrs. H. II. *'o'to to so( I years, 191(-13, wonderful amount tpbuiiding. For two years .we 'had this udvuntugo over our brullirun. Tliumuiiu will be. Mr. Hornbuck is cnthu i istl- i I

licit orders. When they call for or of good wn accomplished by the club the use of the'eourCU's nicely fur- may nut bo all thai Is desired, rally luokiiig forward, to the time !!
ders I hope all will cheerfully reapond. 'I stBilily and SUNK but have uuud I till organ I peUaln.Jjon't when the KuytUono llttlicnts board of
in membership wo
It hull
Now is the time to, beautify { grew ni lied room !in the city for our bo stead to use too t'rl1yer'J.oo" trade will. he ono of tau greatest oraiIernlant -
',your home grounds and )vour town.C. strength ml began the tablUhmont meetings. During these years, 1913- because that w tltu only oppur- ': &

L. PEEK! Mayor. of a school tbrary, contributing books!: 17, we were served by Mrs Week, tunny to "sabH louc"" ut tau iiiuns.UT. ,' Mnr \. tlutuot- within the t
libraries. Cetidcn. this iu'' und let lilt inliMi-' Inxt six moiiihi' I. the of Interests
from pprsoil !Mrs. Halligan and \Mrs. Darby .( Uu churuublu .I .. : I II mutuality .
multi tic. toam .,
work dui lnv l
BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN boo'i "ch need- ,I mane < i- >
reference \ur
several of m | presidents.In I lions up ponaiuiumjn. '
When t the PaperDoesn't Lute of heru has in.;iiirud the pOlIIJibill ofKu.t
uUimre putuntiuiuiox.'
the Wh I ways
by school grades: were !
the spring of 1017, the dirk I not upprvciutu their Kru-iitnuHH. Wu here.
On Sunday morning 'we expect to 1,1 ; a large! WoEs'or' una cloud of war hovered! over our fair ComeMy men nave tuiluU' buiuudu pu"t>lo d.d !
Complete the study of "Stewardship diet nary the Harvard classics land. In April all our lives and ambi- "tUhe service on rutty UVOHIIIKS inuf I I F. S. Jhbbitt.---! ::; Corey, Tn, hi visiting
\nd Missions" For eight weeks the a compAQ set of Dickens, several i I Ietoed on W cine U.yji no that sumo J. K.; I I.unnn of the Lawrence
tions seemed laid in ruins about UK,
I .. mini Uuvelopinti .
would uniiinfr
fiorninjr tervice has barn. given to people nut n Company.Mrs.
) of the auks of different presidents
his I and we laid by our club as a club and: tether sae> the paper he r*.,10! ain't put I kakement. We pray out ol u book aitI I, _

i' important matter and the large and a nut of Stodd ird's Lectures 1 turned the organization[ intact, per- I H<* and.tin a nab. tot, ;of 'fault too h* doc, ...rv.I,,' I ,' ns sing out o( a book, because I H. U. Strong and her sister
nd I
Interesting congregations give I whichthe club members! also Ronriel fund and activities over to !i tt all nlvht : 'Iwo beiieve fiat. 1 will hear both uhKUif vMiH Lenin M. ClarK have returner
; Idence of the good done. Thii earl read and if redly enjoyed.The I ffo tiara t-rn* ain't a .'nv1. thing In It worth ; they am sincuru. Untu u HirunuurLarnu from Jacksonville where they
the Red Cross. members had.
ce begins at 11 and to it to of tufT lo church/ with a church member tending to' bu inesi
a. m., a of I and Ih.II ta-n't pint the kind matters: wtunesi -
are in its benefits, the public is in- princlt 's office was barren husbands, brothers sons and daugh- tha p necessary fuaiture and equipment[ tern, even the little children contributed ''n. tn..*a It an Id. and lay*) 11'. itrldlf on ber of times, said "1 hl8 beats tho'uvil :i I _
d. The Bible school meets ut 0:45 In 1911 the Hub was instrumental[ for the aid of tha bam. when the '> ," to which his friend replied, I Messrs.
nth each their mite I But you auirM tf h'a* him holler .. '' aoI J. K.: Larsen and F. P. Mil
Prof. Intended "IJ.
Wiggins as superintenht. and active in jetting the needed furnishings our country and its allies.[ paper da an't comet i,I cams Just and what help it wet beat the Ho U her ,two of the prominent citizens of

given the privilege( No club In the state for its size, Ifa man ahntit th. ..ddln'. and 4>. mart. abroad in tritf land and the help of every Keystone Heights were In Sturke uitnndmg -

he senior intermediate and junior of using them as their meeting strength and financial standing bears It. rail Ilk.. the all. sal',_'al out dAln'a, with moat d.. one Is neeUud.j day. to business matures Wednea
t1;Y. P. U. meet at 6.30 Theevlning
; p. m. .... j hillip lirooks said that preaching
place on the rst Monday in each 'a better record than the Starke rlalva .at,
[ services from now till Easter war If. cars thvy ..aV. lhe papa for the woman was presenting tiibie trutns in luter-
111 be I month helpful too, Woman's Club. Its officers and mem- folk atonal ont lights 'ihe Bible is the oldest LAVING OK IMH'K GOING FOIl-
: evangelistic. The .
sermon by thajchildren rraH out '*. .... and he'll turn
In seeing of destitute foremost In in Hill rtie of boohs. So WARM
4lw,pastor at this! service will be I bers were war as and fst' and rroan ; and 1 the newest conservative
onelm. 'parentage wer| provided the necessary peace, serving in various capacities He .*... of 'fnr Man Who Almost Arrived." clothing ud books. .le .mmb- ...... nor past, and so progressive", as to bet L. M. Gray, contractor for laying
where each could do most rood-In ,,M ffn h,.. Mm holler th* ,
[ But ou
.I'be.n such it you' of the it is not only the I
t; are many mln. and may deans eorael I advance ar IbttllAteresting for you to be present Mrs. Lane, Irs. Scott and Mr Red Cross, Council of Defense Lib paper I lOll of Jjod, but full of man and a. started" the work Saturday morning.

fa..ol'der to learn of whom this class Darby served li club presidents be- erty Loan etc. Re *. alwara fl...t Drub U and be peak It I uch must always be interesting and at the intersection of Call; strut. Ha

ftDSJats. Fifteen minutes of tween the year 190: to 1313: when Our new school building had been He dorcn plumb coos elvan en thmtivh Item, or* a want ad-and ....tructtve to nil who would know has reached, a point one block south
song at oemsflves. It describes all condl- vf the
Mrs. lected and the club completed and we were using again that U trofHe high school building at this
Weeks wa
sfopening of the service Is worth ear* 11w" runwhat we want the Ion of life and gives' utterance to time.
sharing in. We begin at 7-30( reorganized. It& as generally conceded our big club room in the old building. darn nowanaper, and it desires and emotions of the soul.ue Kains have Interferrrd with the
-. time ) eond
'. dar aome
to ta a
''tim i before this time because of the that we M far otitjrown our This we made into headquarter for (.m volna. :pot '.... wlae. Bible is the one liouK for all uesid work to u certain extent. The heavily
name, and the 4ed for broader activities the Red Cross with our president. Somini It .***. an .Hnorh they mat bedaf > all nations, for all clu'snes of men loaded trucks have had to be pulled
)eoIIJe who !gather early. This[ Is and blind and dumb" ud all states of society for all ca- out of soft placet a number of
[ In October Mm. A. M. Darby In charge, andthere when. the
was "her him holler ;
Ought t/
I But
known as "The Church of the Glad you acitie of intellect and all time Alongside the unloading track
,"" and you are invited to test.tht 1913 with a meibenh'n' TI ind :31, we gathered daily to serve and paper dovan't cornel -A_... of the soul. To understand l itt /1II11ty| of rock had to ha

eIi me. we merged f rorr the Mothers' Club work and plan. We made numberless uth we neud to know something flf'Dumped''I and rolled to provide a rOllIway

of Stark. to th Star! ,' Woman's hospital supplies comfort kits, with '' .e l"aCIt.1 and I people set forth in its for the trucks, the soft ground
club. Four of th departments clothes for the wounded, packed and, II TrU- .:r -(,,- ? U?L-S. We must go back in Imagl- J..comll'\ MO deeply' rutted that the
[BACK COPIES WANTED .... icon. to see flow. they live, travel michin i mold/ not go through
which are In for(\ today; we e organIzed shipped Christmas boxes to our boys 7': t. (Or"- th them and listen to their message |. Insid" the limit of the town the

N request has been made for copies then name! Civii, fucatlon.The In camps and 0..r.148I.! Our clangs r I-t p.v' 1l II} is thus with the Idea< of presenting; rna
h* issue of Feb IS, 1P2I. This i- !music and linanr ihiirman of in first aid and surgical dressingswere ,."" J., Jtli in a "d'Uoreat light' that we this extra width u requiring consul-

sa baa been fold out, and any of our i iM each den .rtmentu '1' president jut getting: tinder way when r? \ / ..11\ try to present doMe night; scenes vraMinmre time than laying\ of the
11! a vo :
n r ., the liible. standard road
4 ,, i I'umibly they may throw widths. With good|
.IK .. u '. .,,,....,. In. .. !
I _,... ,,w.enon .. asxed to .
F l amunleate with this office. i Lane. Mrs. Darb- M.... Yh.Ipa, with 1918: so we turned our labors to tie I ,* ii/me mcMM Mw ,I. .. ... *.v.&iurt. ior\vu at a better; r't.; of lllJ..tJ.

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I -that-A-dam vas a scoundrel;-

:i I e HERESY TRIALS. |' No MoreHatchet the first. i.r.111 I -
Among the protestant denomjna- r I
I (From The National; Tribune, Washington \j the Baptists and Presbyterians

I D. C. j Ir for Sick to have fared worse. Early in ,

j Heresy trials in this country are century the Presbyterians were

simply pride or opinion. Clergymen! MUSTANG up into almost innumerable

j like other mortals, are very fond of -th. SURf REMEDY; for 1'/ CongregationaliHS, Wine-. I|

Kctttng Into the limelight and having Reup..S".a.dtlr.d.4apra Worm.thubrOfttostn toni c.*."... "old school," Campbel- (
people talk about them. Heresy n etc Of late years the Presby i
, something the. facts of which no man !Say ill, In"I Tlioi hnvru'dlex, F. Rmir.! have seemed to be coming to-

I knows, and thus furnishes abundant can Limmrnt in and the church records only
yard"ft r 41 years. My I
I _, room for argument. This Is merely ?. (hircc, l<''llll. who foundthe three or four divisions. The
argument and the display of cheap I lined NIgH( in layardv tIatn uf and() I'ty.. suffer worse than the presby- ';
, church has had its rccotnmc tided it to the( in of
logic. Every the matter division l and
I / heresy trial.* since the church was i Poitp.ity it tJuniMfJnut ts a ,positive; and cure. ,{,: 'i divisions are kept up to this daI /. I

I! j originated; every religion since it be- to fit k.ail....p I fowls vv'n Id without not .. I I In the Roman Catholic church most
i a but Liu of Muaiantf, heI I
came a religion. the fighting! has seemed to
: The lint great heresy trial which FREE H V7rttn)I'VfMIt' : for I 11-N'. H I the monastic orders, and for a .
r shook the Christian church in the /I I e ftnt iliructii'iic tj*.iur, f'<.,i jt UF ,"i, MuttiiDK gun: r>(intpti, while the Catholic church had I i
II I 50o mtnt fur )Ynml y I'lmenti., > and '
early ages was the. Arian heresy. ItvnU.r.iai 1i> ;' I.ronurt; roU exert all Its authority to bring
5100 ; .
I Builth Itut N itriklyn N.
I Arius, the Archbishop of Alexandria/ among them. At one time the I
Drug and General
f that God made Christ of equal ub- I Catholic heresy seemed to be
,i5 I Lance similar to Himself; he made I SiX I MEXICAN' r- I I -:'ainst the Jesuits, and they were I
The Woman's Club deserves
Him before time, thus Christ wus I 't *'m. with God. Athanaslus, 'ttixhopf aI i These late heresies I
r coequal I I II disputes, and
[ if (It! Constantinople, differed from him of punishment, will pua as co-operation of every Man
I \ In holding that Christ was the Son of I those in the past. It is related

i w j i (',(Id, begotten in the same way that i I' one of the Governors of Peru and Child in Stark
I eons are ordinarily begotten. Here I' had absolute authority, excom-
vas something that neither of them --- I I I everybody against whomI 9- I srl
could demonstrate and consequently I I I took dislike We attribute our wonderful su I '
others believe and hence it is a | a men who would not I
; : :it depended upon the ability with of words which does not affect I'I their debts to him, and men who j I Drug Business in Starke to th
1' ; -- ..--' which either could argue. JChe controversy :1 to him in politics. :i
the Christian any degree the essential principles have been
: I spread thru we always loyal to th
r world for centuries and led to numerous ;1 religion. For example, when
;, To Cure Cold in One ,
a Itiytiki Club and wish to
t'I vviirs. Athanasiu had the powerof Ism was dominant in Holland, ( LAXATIVE PROMO QIJINIVE, (TuMi-fi we announce
/ tho Emperor of Rome on his side, arose a "strong difference end a I|)'the f (W ouith. GKOVL and.,"HriNlni/luuuutuicou h mid euit wnrtr t of what may, we will always haveWoman's
i. and today Christian people recite the ference of opinion ably Lot--
Athanasiun Creed. I by the ministers of that day, Club of Starke a feeli
I* )1" t. ,
Ii/ It was in the same way the dispute which could not by any means lHll'b a&BnsauaasaiBonBxiaaaBlinding ence and
i respect.MITCHELL'S.
,,' which split the Greek and the Roman 'settled by demonstration This {

i i hurt he*. The western bishops grew I "Did God forsee the :fall of man L !
'-1 tired of the Greek predominances and the first and provide a scheme of DRUGThe

f;+ I at the Council of Toledo, in reciting I demption, or did lie not forsee it, l
Headaches REXALL Store
I the Nicene Creed, the Latins added provide a scheme of redemption !

j \ the filloquc\ or the double professionthat wards 7" It would seem that by **
== "For about twenty years" Rexall Ic. Sale
Is, the asertlon that the Holy process of reasoning could the say Mr. P. A, Walker,a well- M April 3,
Ghost conies from the Son as well i lute truth of the proposition be !known citizen of Newburg .
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, 1, I as from the Father, while those whop onutrated but a war between the II Ky., "one of our family reme:1: I
i r 'I adhered to Constantinople said that fralaspariana I and the supra dies the old has reliable.been Black-Draught.. I use it II

I ;, i. both proceeded from the Father alone. inns convulsed Holland for decades n n for colds, biliousness, sour II ,
: r' : There Is no use in multiplying instances not for century. The a stomach and indigestion. I U.
, ns( ? of heresy trials. Religion isI I gave rise ot the famous little was subject to headache .
I a matter of belief and everyone must "You shall and you shan't; you E when my liver would get out .
of order. I would have d
;;. take the belief that appeals to him.. and you can't; you will and you ; blinding headaches and
Disraeli said In one of his famous you'll be damned if you do, and ri couldn't stoop about my work( M. I III
apothegms, "All sensible men are ''be damned if you don't." just couldn't go. I used II

I of the same religion." When asked I Rut after all the fuss and talk
what the religion was, he replied. Calvinistic Creed remains Thedford'sBLACKDRAUGHT!

"No sensible man ever tells." What anil is believed by millions of

r Disraeli meant Is what everyone tians today. The world goes r
knows, that all men believe In the along all the same while

fundamentals of religion. ; they. believe dispute over trifles and try to iu bbl
in the Ten Commandments, the Ser their superiority in logic.
a and it relieved me. n
11. mon on the Mount, and in the Again we say, in the words of Of "About eight years ago my D
J general principles of religion., which poet: M wife got down with liver and U
fit j:' teaches justice and righteousness to For forms and creeds let 11 stomach trouble. We tried II

,r ,r all men. Beyond. this the majority of zealots fight; It lA all she week didn't to help get her any, better.. but M r

4' men do not think It worth while to go. He can be wrong whose life is a One day I said to the doctor rJ
I :' Those who do associate themselves the right, III 'I believe' I will try Black- :J
'r:, with men who may entertain peculiar It is related that a traveler li Draught, it helps my liver r 9
." W lie !said that I might it II
I ideas as to baptism, the Lord's Sup sylvania came to two churches on m and to follow) directions. FiJ
per, the Papal supremacy, and similar posite. corners of the street. I It She was nauseated. anti ClP1 t
divisions, nil of which are unprovable, asked a man what churches they couldn't eat or rest. She beit raY t
and unprovable things are the .iiibjoct and the man replied that they I 12 silo taking* Black-Draught OJI rd
of discussion and Most both Lutheran I and in two days she wall n
argument "Why two ,
Ita greatly Improved( and La a !:I II
generally, politics comes in to inflame churrhi-s ?" he snid., The man ,' I week she was up." ei V Vi
the argument. in good Pennsylvania Dutch: I n Try Black-Draught. It costs i aI
I Minister who art anxious to attract lii'oplp' on the side believe that I I ltl only one cent a dose. Sold ti
b:! everywhere.
i; more atention to themwlcs cam into the world on account / I f'' p.flg I'J
m make or take 'some issue with what unman, and the .
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I: n tynttMtintic eradication of th-; Seven deep sea craft from foraiirn MELLON DENIES ,
//Vfr I i..tic! fever tick in zone 13, in the lands anchored
w tC"I" :i part of the state off rum row over-1 I iN FIGHT ON IIONt'41Vushington.CgtegortraI : ;
I night, joining the twenty-ono dl \ov-
crud then by the coast guard cutters ..
denial .f
The Gulf Refining oil carrier Lus- ,
*f terlight, used in the river service at off and the forming port of the Now biggost York ll
,, Jacksonville for hauling gasoline and first group of tramp steamers estab- in or acquainted with effort of 'h,.
;, A oils, was scuttled in the St. Johns nnti-bnnus
lished n market there 18 months a"o.1! tongue to defeat soMier
.. river in order to extinguish Are
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raging The dry navy made a complete tour i iot bonus legislation was made b'l";
,I in the aft quarters. The vessel I
,j Ij the rum fleet. Ut listed the name, rotary Mellon in a letter to Sen' .it\ >r
is now resting on the bottom of the
estimated capacity and registry of Caraway The letter wan in rt-ph t t.. j
river and the of
extent damage is
each ship and announced that from tho I
,, not known. that|I ono senator asking specific j
i t cargoes aggregated 22 1,000 questions as to any interest of t tho ,
'; I worth approximately $ treasury secretary in an nnti-bomm t
Whitehall casoll--I
; magnificent mansion rum row pr \k's. cnmpuijrn p pQ f fi
built at Palm Beach a quarter of a I i
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century ago by the late Henry M. II
Flakier, as his Southern home, was f "'
sold for the purpose of turning it into ;
an exclusive club home. When

completely furnished the propertywas

said to have been valued ut $2- ,
000,000 It has boon stripped of its ,
furniture and works of art however, ,
and its salo price was reported a+
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Subscriptions to the First avenue I
Methodist church, at St. Petersburg, .
Easy Payments building fund of $300,000 has reacheda
total of $142,055 at noon of the second -
day of the campaign,

GREEN I?1;; COVE FURNITURE CO. I'I The county commissioners of Ma-I I

rion county have ordered nn electionfor \
April 30 for $1,500,000 with which ,

\, 0 STARKE, FLORIDA t<> build a system of roads through II I I

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':;i ,rr .. icksonville Store OF u. s. GROWING; Buick Character I

( S18-24 West Forsyth Street Washington-Crops, animals raised I
".:, and live stock products of American Makes Buick Value

i1 : farms were valued at $12,201-
000,000 last year, the department of Buick value is something more than appears :I.
,. agriculture announced in a prelimi on th'esurfac It is
; more than the excellence
,, nary estimate. This WAIl $900,000 and
beauty of Buick
design more than the
""d'Jf. 000 more than In 1S)22. The total Includes i
"3,1. { ,953,000,000!> for crops and greater riding comfort, power and safety that f
I $6,111,000,000 for animal products, Buick provides. Buick's value comes from

less an allowance of $3,860,000,00! <> ( the sum total of nil those Buick qualities and [

the estimated value of crops fed to traditions which together make up Buick I

> livestock. character. A Buick owner fully appreciates

'. Buick character. He knows the
satisfying and trouble-free transportationwhich
Buick gives, however long or however

New York-.Slipping in from the far a Buick owner may elect to drive his car.

high seas under cover of a heavy for, '
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steam yacht Istar, dropped anchor LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ
along Rum Row to of
dispose 160,000 ;
M. Smith, Manager. t
cases of liquor-$8,000,000 worth.
Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties t
cruisers of the "dry navy"Thursday iI
reported that tho rum fleet --- I
had increased to twenty-eight" vessel, When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them f frr

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Mr. Foster, editor of a weekly news-

paper, reported that on Saturday
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph evening he had been abducted, knocked T
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and taken to Pinellas Park in an automobile -
Live State Nevusj There he was stripped anda

coat of tar and feathers applied. ...

Told by Our Exchanges. Sarasota is to have its first sky-

scraper this summer. It is to be a
r. ; m bank, office and store building, seven
IfThe hard surfacing of the Melrose- he stopped to rest at the large boileron stories high, with a frontage of 200
jnValdo road has begun and the work the side of the road. He decidedto feet on Main street and 250 feet on
'"V fii progressing nicely. It is anticipated live there and for two years and Central avenue. This building will

", ;\ that the road from Waldo to Ear- three ,months did so. replace the historic Sarasota House,
,11 'Iet n Beach will be finished by the one of the oldest buildings there.
':;: last of April.Withdrawal. The authorities of the District of -

:'f.r-dt: >.; r..._ ColumLia have refused) to honor the The third fire of this school year at KEYSTONE INNA
of Charles D. Haines usual requisition papers for the return Florida A. & M. College (negro) at

//:from the race for governor of Florida to this state of Will S. Harriaon Tallahassee, which destroyed the me-

"'% :, was been announced by Mr. of Dctr'lt' wanted for aiding prisoners chanical arts building, remain. a new home-like .hostelry offering un-
'.:SflHarnes( : who declared himself determined to (cape, according; to Informa- mystery. The fire was discovered before '
to spend the remainder of his tion reC'lved by the state prison au- Wednesday midnight and had usual for comfort
developing his Florida Interest thorities Harrison was arrested in gained 'such headway that the city 'I opportunities ,
Washington several days ago and a fire department wan unable to check I

The twelve thousand acres of land deputy j rimed with the usual docu- it until the flames had practically do- j health and recreationThe
ments w.,B sent after him.A stroyed the building and all of its
south of and adjoining Green Cove
:. Springs, commonly known as the contents except one or two lathe ma- center of Keystone Heights, a new Florida town 1

,\\1"' lkill\ farms, was sold Monday uni&der'order "Bo n for president club" was chines. The building was insured for and resort. Situated in a rare garden spot of nature
organized,! HaineB City'to campaignfor $16,500 and the equipment for $7-
of R. M. Call, of theSOJnitcd I
the live oaks and
States district court. There the at-!ction William J. Bryanof 230.. among pines on the shores of Lake I

/:$; was'but one bidder for the property, Miami, 03' head of the Florida del- I Geneva with its 18 miles of sandy shore.
egation tMthe New York democratic' Carmon A. Myers, 20, engineer on ,
,_ that one being the holder of the mort-
r gage, and the price bid was $200,000. national t"livention, with the delega- a gasoline power cement mixer at Boating, Bathing, Fishing, Hunting, Tennis, Trap

|;1J0.1"/". ', tion instr. ted to vote for him for the Gaudy bridge, which is to con- Shooting, Quoits, High Altitude, Excellent Soft Drink

:**1fF1ol'ida can and should have a $100- the reside ial nomination. killed nect Tampa when his with clothes St. Petersburg caught in, wait the''' ing Water, Invigorating Air. Hot and cold running
,, 'V,000,000 dairy industry. Conditions
: Charles t. Spencer: of Tampa, won I machinery and he received injuries I j water, telephone, steam heat, private baths. American

dalcows the honor if being the first candidatein that proved fatal- i Plan $4.00 to $6.00 per day with special weekly rates.

:' Wflalsed Florida soils, the the rac.\i for the governor's officeto
:\. on ycar- Located on the Georgia Southern Ry., and only eight
.[\around season is peculiarly qualify *ith the secretary of state A five hundred mile ocean boule- ,
growing hi_ vard that would be the beautifulin miles bus from the Seaboard Air Line
.' favorable and the demand and the and have name placed on the ballot most by at Hampton.

;. market for dairy products in Florida in the democratic primary elec- the world U seen as a possibilityof I Sixty miles by auto from St. Augustine, twentyeightmiles
tion, ..JunerJ.. the not distant future in the announcement -
itae1i is the best in the United States,I
from Palatka twelve miles from Starke.
\ fdj b"t E- Jones, of San Fran- ,I i that the Brevard County ,
''cisco7 of the Pacific Slope Trial of .1 M. Fennell], former vice Ocean Boulevard Association has I
'fI\; manager I For Reservations address
dal, who has been visiting in president oi the failed Florida Bank launched a campaign to build one of
& Trust Company, has been postponed the missing links in the chain through
"..,':',,.."!.emere.fZ until J fe 16th. Judge' Long I Brevard county. Several towns along II ,
". '< Many throughout Florida and oth- granted the postponement because of i the coast have been reported favor-
iealth. able to the boulevard Keystone Heights Brooklyn Florida
*r traveled the Gainesville-Waldo road, tion. The contemplated highway
I- knewjiFrank Mueller, 87, who was The St- Iftersburg city commission would extend from Jacksonville along I
known as the hermit and who lived has fixe. May 20 as the date fora the coast to the southernmost point in i

forTye.r in a large castoff boiler on I special citM election when the peo- the state.
the aide of the Waldo road about fix ple will\ vote n a proposed $335,000 I .
miles"from Gainesville. He had been bond issue nr street railway im- The Southern Bell Telephone Si I

Ml foi tyro weeks with pneumonia and ,, provements. The issue includes appropriations Telegraph Company has asked the \ .
jTniirBday afternoon. The hermitesmo ir paving between the Interstate commerce commission for
to this country from Germany i I rails, material to be used in place- authority to acquire the propertiesof !I .

over,,forty years ago, living i'i! Sew ment of new :racks and ties. the East Florida Telephone Company |
York,, Illness removed his wife and I for $70,000 and the Florida Tel- ''
two'children and he followed his tai- Chief of PUce! Coslick of St. Petersburg ephone Company for $1:>,000. The j ,

lor'sj;.trade until about seven years has announced that a reward I companies operate In the towns of
aco*when he came South and located i,I of $1,50. would be paid "for : Brooksville, DunneJon and Webster I
.-"TiMo' doing <"
lihoooV:\. One day while walking to any person wtj took part in the The slate live stock sanitary board |
Gainesville illness overtook him and 1 I ring and feat hiring, of E. J. tar-j I I has decided to commence immediate- J/

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//.r' POWELL-CKOSBY ['and any old thing above or below the |i KINGSLEY Messrs. J. H. Ritch,
1 Tuesday,
I 'I 'belt, until you have knocked him out. \ C. L. }Peek Mr. McLeod and Mr. Neff

Mr. Charles Jackson Powell and Then stop and buy a lot or homo. |I met the Clay county commissioners Juanita CafeNOTED
Miss Mildred Kathleen Crosby were It's not too late-do( It now. and their engineer at the Kingalcy
married Sund.iv evening: at six o'clock, lake end of the proposed road and:!
at the home of Rev. and Mrs. L. W. I were discussed for( putting the
Kickliter, In the eastern part of town. { road through to the lake.
The ceremony that made them man I .. Stages Fights The cost of grading will
and wife was performed by Rev \ publication of bids nece88i'l FOR SERVICE
i r ---- Kickliter in the presence of a few tate bo awarded for grading ,
I I 2!) u.IiO,) friends and relatives. I 'I contract roucl.can However, Commissioner''
II IJJuu..H the ( AND GOOD
I The bride is the dau"htor of1; : ; whose district the road
I _______ --- ----- M. T. Crosby is a graduate of the Gliason stated, in that he would put convictsat I'
CENTURY W. E. Middleton. Mrs.V.. L. Wall Bradford High School and for the I lies,work !un the stumping and grubbing -
TWENTIETH ENIEUTAINEDMr. Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. DeWitt C. past several years has b n engauuil 1 date. The completion -
at an
JtRIIHJK CLL1I; Jones, Mrs. D. K.: Knight and Mrs. O. in teaching. She posses es number* of the early will be turned over I Door to
... J. Griffin. of warm friends who wish her all; lowest bidder.A .
and Mrs. N. Sternberg delight- > happiness In her married life. Mr. I to the ( grade of clay for road bui'J- !Iinlt'
fully entertained the 20th Century IN HONOR OF MRS. Powell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R.i i: /good found at the Kingsley lake MITCHELL'SFRESH
club Thursday evening in the VYMAN.I i S. Powell, and is an imivstrious was
bridge WnlANIJ MlriS } yours road, and the sandy portions I
house, the honor..juest. end of the
sun parlor of the I man of excellent: chnrll.t\'r. During: the road will be sand-claytd.
Belcher, of
being lira. Taylor entertained the World War he faithfully served .
K. .
E. Perryman
York. Mrs. his country nt home and in France. -
of New I to Mr. L. J. Wyman ,
Airs. E. L. Biggs made the i complimentary At present Mr. and Mrs. Powell "
l> .. of Bosi are .
l' Margaret Wyman ..
'and .4
Mrs. '
highest scores: and making their home with his parents \ .
two from ,
curd table cover i i ton, Mass., Monday afternoon( ..
with a Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Powell. I ; ...
) was her home on Went ,. ,, -. -- -
deck of card I i330: ;: to UUO: at ------
and Ir. Bigga/ with a i i The Telegraph joins with a host of "
t. F. I Madison street.The '
club members Mrs. friends in and '
the I congratulation }
Among with every;
made low, Mrs time passed pleasantly .. .
Stump; and S. I. conversation( and at the good wish for happiness. I MEATS
receiving it* 'consolation a sewing! and ".. -
t Stump pin and to Mr. close of the afternoon the hostess 1 L1 .f. ,
hand-painted handkerchiefs. served delicious hot chocolate and HOW ABOUT THAT HOME '
Peek was given o I "
W. M. Waint cake. 'i i .
Among the Besides the honor guests, those en. 1 QJrVern )
a Bradentown
wright made high and was given Herald: Man is the
the afternoon were, Mrs. L. <''
t deck of cards; 11. II. Young made The honor low joying Wyman; Mrs. J. L Peek, Mrs. S, L. 'only animal, inhabiting this earth of

and received handkerchiefs. presentedwith Peek, Mrs. Charles W. Chalker, of ours which does not seek to acquire a Sullivan, of Lowell, Mass.
i \. guest hand-embroidered Mrs. Belcher, was yellow( crepe Columbus, Gu., Mrs A M. Darby, home when mating. That Is a a school-girl, took ever: control antiwent (
a J. If. Kitch, I ahead match-making, promoting I
'i Mrs. Edward Burns!, Mrs. peculiar fact. Birds, Deajta, reptiles, ,
apron Mrs. L. A. Davm. and staging prizefights when
chicken salad,, Mrs. C. L. Peek and
The hostess served and fish all choose spots where they I the president of her club was retired
sultini's, pickles, (olives! Salted, hot nuts chocolate were !MEETING OF reside, especially at the time of mat through injuries. *

' and served whipped on the cream tables during the game. WOMAN'S CLUB; WEDNESDAYThe I ing; when yuung are born and reared. ;.

y Tho'fio( enjoying( the' evening besides At the sam! time man is the only .
1 i, Mr. and Mrs. Sternherg, were Mr. and i business meeting of the Wom- animal that can build his home with [ Dar: r. it4.t..
I ,' and Mrs. G. M. held Wednesday af- ; A single grateful thought tumid
\ Mrs. ,(0'. titump, Mr. an's Club was out danger of being thrust out
Inman, Mr. and Mrs O. L. IJeatley, ternoon at the club house. I I by a heavenward U the most perfect prayea
I P,' Mr. and Mrs. 1 S.: L. Peek, Dr. and Mrs The first part of the meeting was stronger form of animate creation -Leaattuf.
K L. Biggs: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch' devoted to the class in parliamentary All of which stamps man u.i the most I
; Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Young, Mr. and law conducted by Mrs II. H. Young. i careless and Improvident the What than broiled steak
among is
,f Mrs. L. Wyman, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mrs. N. 1>. VVainwright, president, various form of mundane life. more appet ng a
Io! '. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Crews, chair, and after the usual ; *
It makes the meal.
II'. .j Miss Blanche McNeil, Mrs. Florence business meeting Mrs. C. F'I| Just now Is the opportune time to supper these evening

Powell, Miss Margaret Wyman, of Hoover and Mrs. G. M. Inman, chair- change that happy-go-lucky career ..
Boston, Miss Ailecn Alvarez, Miss men of house and finance, took chargeof by investing in a lot, and later building J
.j I Ililda Lewis, Miss Carolyn Fripp, the program. Each chairman readan 0 buying a real home SATURDAYIs SPECIALS(
Hiss Margaret Long, W. M. Wain-1 interesting report; and a rising I
,I wright, Mrs. Taylor Belcher I vote of thanks was given the W. C. Many choice pieces of home building
T. U. for the donation of $5 on the property are still available; small
\ r IN HONOR OF MRS. building fund. Tub club voted to payment down and the balance like

. ; WILSON AND MUS. HELCIIKIt. I School give $j grounds for palms during to palm be set week.on the I rentIn a few years the increased Pound Cake For Friday anl Saturday Only
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During the social period Mrs. E. L. valuation will be more than gratify'ing' I

I, Mrs. O. It.In honor Beasley of Mrs.entertained J. E. '| Biggs charmingly sang The Barefoot BUTTER, per pound I 55c
;t charmingly Taylor | Trail and In a Little Town Nearby. If the old man wanderlust has Special Day
Miami, and Mrs. a J
I r Wilson Belcher,, of of New York, Friday afternoon i At the close of of hot the chocolate afternoon,with refreshments estate is the only form of wealth 1 BEST SIRLOIN STEA ,er pound 30c

at her home on Seventh street. ': whipped cream, cheese chips and sal- which cannot be destroyed. If your BESS TOP ROUND S EK, per pound 25c
4. The rooms of the lower floor were. I Tinea! were served. The hostesses for ,, home is humble and modest in its GENUINE HOME MADE' POUND
r t thrown en suite and beautifully decorated the afternoon were Mesdames E. R. Fresh pork, regular fr hams, per pound 20c

It I with wall vases of ferns and a I Neff L. E. Miner Florence Powell, I IK. and furnishings still it is YOUR HOME, CAKESTARKE Pigtails and spare ribsj pe pound ., 15c
of nasturtiums. as can be made to
profusion >, d?. Perryman, J. L. Peek and L serve ,
"' Seven table were laid for bride Powell.! G'I your purpose so long as you wish to OYSTERS per cfiaii 65c
I and at the conclusion of live in it.Homeowning. -'
bers the winner, Mrs. J. E. Wilson ,
presented with an embroidered YOUNGER SETENTERTAINED pays-financially, inspirationally -
d first the cut prize AT ROOK I aMt* Market
boufTe set as prlze'j; morally intellectually.Think BAKERY Variety
and I
was handed to I. Young, I' it over again; and if you are
was a hand-embroidered card table Joe Sistrunk gave a rook party on
cover. The consolation, a pair of pink Friday evening at the home of his one of the improvident ones, hie you
randlet, fell to the lot of Mrs. J. L. parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk, to some available spot and start that H. R. NOBLES, Prop. Quality''>Meats

Vrazee; while the honor guests, Mrs. on East Call sttreet. :, home building enterprise at once. It -,1
Wilson and Mr' Belcher, each received Seven tablet. were laid for.the pon-i will grow on you until will Next Door to Bank of Stare Phone 1 124
of' you
dainty boudoir, candle holders ular game of rook, and during the wonder how ,...
long you ever could have
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i f' As refreshments the hostess served the tables. Fanny Darby won first been content to live here today, ______ u__ .
I, chicken salad, potato china, olives, hot prize for the girls! and was presentedwith yonder tomorrow, with no sense of -- -
.. rolls, chocolate and whipped cream; a box of handkerchiefs, while permanence.
and as favors small bouquet of onlrndula Hamilton Kitch received, the boy's
was placed on each plate. Mrs. first prize, a box of stationery. The I I If the old man wanderlustt has a I -TT 1
IJcnsley was assisted in serving and i booby prizes, a jumping jack and ball grip on you put the gloves on with'
looking after the pleasure of her 1 I IjrucRts were given to Thelma Snellgrove and him and side-step, uppercut pivot I
r by Miss Hilda" Struth. Orriu Wiggins
s Playing: hriilcre were: Mendames; C. I Delicious strawberry ice cream and
.. A. Fetch' O. 11. Siatrunk. F.. S. Matthews I cake were served as refreshments.The I :V ,
Taylor Belcher, J. E.: Wilson, I !guests included Hamilton and I
S. \'- T'cpk F. Turner, OL.:. HnvnesJ. Harriet ((itch, Gerald! and Hazel Mldiilloton I
I.. Peek E. 11. NPR, (L C. Collins, I Sammy and Ruth Sternberg,
N. O. Wainwritfht! N. Sternborg, F. Julian and Mary Canovo, Cyrus antiDun I
V. Stump E.': t.. Itigo-, It. H. Youn.r. | lIouver, Kliso Jones, Rosa Levi. SPECIAL
Florence Powell, G. M. Inirmn, A. W.Anderson 'ton, Grace Wood, Beatrice Bullen,
/ .T. I.. Fra7.e, F.. !M. John, Fanny Darby Lucilo .Mitchell, VtrIglnia I.
., A. S. Crews, T. C. Morris! J. T. Moore SPaI;ksb Eunice Perkins, Thelma ,
of Lawrey, Mlxnes ..Jf'annC'tteInt! Snellgrove _n Grillln, Frank Carpenter
thewHlUll, > '...wl.)*. Carolyn Fripp, Joseph Thomas, Eugene Matthews t r .
\, Mrs hoover, Mrs. McLeod. i Orrie Wiggins, Merrill Futch.
Invited tea guests wero MM. I.. A. :I I MarcnI4'
navl", \IrK.! A. 7ii A.lklns. Miss IildaStruth 1 T. A. Hrln .on, Ted and Patsy Brin- II Friday
I !Mrs F.. !K. l'errvlUal1.Irs.! J. son, of Fiftone, spent the. weekend I
:' II. Brownlec. MillS Amelia Ray, Mrs. ':I with Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng.i.1 ,

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CounselloratLawPRACTICE II i

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!I Pound A PoundTubs

: I cannot go around to see ; !

you: r I must stay in the office. :

I But I want. your vote just the II L. IState and Federal ;. R "


j. I same. If you will re-elect me, I II Irl I '. Courts I I: $6.71'i; $8.70

rl I will give you the same personal,

courteous and efficient service in

the future in the
as past. -
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i j Sincerely, I Iit ..

i l E. W. HAYES, S. R. J6HNS

Tax Collector. To Stop a Cough Quick I I ,
lake HAYES' HEALING HONEYi .(' ncouilb Grocer
I medicine which stops the cough by :
,1 healind the inflamed and irritated tissues I

A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE __ __ ______ __
SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and
r Omup U enclosed with every bottle of

should be rubbed on the cheat and thin iof
: I children suffering from a Old or CrcuT1i ..
II I hMltaul. effort of 114"... H..n". Ha. .,liM

14y I II ..(....*...Ih..s.O-PM-Traw throat comblnml SIr rah uuwKb ih.bI'.1f U.>. FOR ol.
.thin Man MOP*cough.
I ..' Bath naoratrt ... Decal In oo.csrtoa sad the
i" I ...e at Just ask your druggist for HAYES :

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I The annual institute of tho Jacksonville = I
district of the Baptist \Vom-
an's Missionary Union is to beheld irff '
at Waldo on March 20 and 21st. The .
Bits ol LocalInformation @ women of the Starke church have I. _
been requested to give a missionary
which have consented --
pnntomine, they -
to do, and are busy preparing" for
it under the direction of Mrs. DeWitt ,
C. Jones. It is expected that a large
Concerning Our People Business ana delegation from Stark will be in attendance "A iSound
a upon the meetings of the
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Progress in tile County and Town.D. institute.

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==9 I Ladies, cull and look over our splendid e ';
line of silk dresses, arriving daily.
P. Carpenter) spent Sunday In I Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones left The latest in material and style. The
Gainesville with friends. I I Monday evening for Atlanta, and will Shoppe Elite. "-Idea
I go also to Marietta Ga., to visit Mr I i

Will Daisden, of Jacksonville, spent, ( and Mrs. Willingham. M. II. Cardwell, of Center City '
Sunday here with relatives. I "j'Ky., is visiting his parents, Mr. and r I
Strawberry crates and cups at Ben- lrs. John Card well. Needs .....
Mrs. J. M. Jones, of Interlachen, i 1:1: nett's Grocery, near depot.
visiting Mrs. Emma Kichard. I Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Reamer and Mr.
Mrs. Grace Ford Miss Carrie Ug- and Mrs. F. M. Walrath, of Keystone Little '
Field peas and velvet beans. J. F. low Mrs. Belle, Miss Burke, Mrs. C. Heights, have recently returned from 1
S. &rnack and Elmo motored to
Kickliter. son trip to Cuba.I'ENTAYOll.

I' Keystone Heights Thursday.Men's I' I ; ., ., ,? -

Ola visitor Sanders tiers), of this Madison week.F. ., is a business I ready-to-wear will be on Explainings! : i i i
sale at Young's store, opening: day %

F. Stump left Wednesday for a I I I Saturday, March 15th. Be there. I nI I i'' ,. 1 ... .
business trip to New Smyrna.J. .
!' Mrs R. P. MeLarin and son, Frank, COLUMN I "
L. Peek and W. E. Yarborough and Billy 'Woodall of Fairburn, Ga..
spent Thursday in Jacksonville.Mrs. have gone to Lake Geneva after a visIt -
; with Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. I

D. E. Knight and son, Paul, :
spent Saturday in Jacksonville. I Misses Madge Middleton'and Florence FOR SALE-Runner seed peanuts, We need few words here to explain the value of
a-I I Matthews, students in tho Worn $1.50 per bushel, 6 cents per pound

W. M. Wainwright and E. E. ( nn's College, Tallahassee, spent Sun- f. o. b. Lowell Fla. II. T. Hall Co., Thrift-as practiced through a bank book.
nova mootred to 1'alatka Monday. 'day and Monday with their parents. Lowell, Fla. 2-22-tf.:
II I, ,
Mrs. Jay Alderman, of Waldo, Is Mrs. W. J. Frierson, of Ft. Worth,
Bradford High Schol> Texas, ia the guest of her brother, WANTED-Responsible man or wo-
[teaching in the : Fortunes comfort and and plenty in
I Col. A. S.:> Crews, and her niece, Mrs man in every community in South -ease- peace
J. W. Andrews, Jr. Florida to take subscriptions for
solicited and
Your patronage ap-
>>reclated. Hotel) Marion. the Tampa Daily Times. Liberal old age, have come to many who smarted FIRST
I See Bennett for prices on strawber- commissions, all or spare time. For
'Vy crates and cups before buying. -with a small in SAVING ACCOUNTbook.
Charles Darby, of Jacksonville WI.S' particulars write Circulation De- entry a 0I
[a recent guest of his brother, A. K;, partment, The Tampa Times, Tam
Darby. The. W. C. T. U. has given $5 for
l> palms to help beautify the town, and pa, Fla. 12-14-tf I .
the U. D. C. has also made a donation I
4 -JfCol. A. S. Crews went to Tallahassee ol! $5 for palms to be set on the .TAMPA BUSINESS COLLEGE, of
[ Wednesday afternoon on a school grounds.
[: trip. -j Tampa, Fla., will start I 5 months'
E M_ ______ _____ ___ I You can save 10 to 25 percent on courses In Famous Gregg Shorthand It's Not a New Idea---
Frank Pomeroy, of the University and Touch Typewriting, Book
i lot Florida, spent Sunday with J. M.IlKitchell. .I! your purchases by coming to Youn'sIstore ,
keeping and Accounting, Telegraphy -
Saturday, March 16th. S. R.
e | I I I Johns' old stand. and Railroad Agency March :Hand ) But a Sound One !

{Frank Adams, of Jacksonville, has' 10; Finest training by expert
[been here this week looking after Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wills, Mrs teachers. Positions secured. Will
[business.. ''. W.oB. Ennis, of Tampa, Mrs. John you coma 7 2-29-3t .
Bentley and.son, of Bradentown, were .. Why Don't You Start This Week ? ;:
t Bump ter Carpenter of China Grove the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. WANTED-Typewriter must be In .. )
&:.C., is the guest of his brother, D. ,Morgan Monday. ; .. .
Carpenter. good condition and priced reason-
Wi i The reading circle of the Methodist able. Write Fox, this office. i I' 1 "' -

'.' Kf;,:Hr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover had as Missionary :Society will meet next
,f, K' a guest Sunday her father Dr. Chace, Monday afternoon at 3:30:; at the FOR SALE-Townaend's: .Maryland
?l ,.f Jacksonville. none of Mrs. D. E. Knight. All ladies Crown Strawberry Plants, the kind T-
C&! of the church cordially invited.
," ; i that and produce results. See
"! Jltr N. C. seed peanuts. Strictly No. I crow BANK OF STARKE ]
t.; ;1'li j Hull's Store. Prices are right. Feed for beasts, groceries for man C. C. Cady, our local agent for pri- [
'j I --beat prices on both at Bennett's. .ces. E. W. Tqwnsend & Sons Co.,

... Hiss Vesta Weeks, of Jacksonville\ Salisbury, Md. 3-14-5t
J spent the week-end with her cousin, ; Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters, -----
'.frs. W. L. WaILFertilizers 'Jaanita and Miss Inez Abernathy, FOR SALE-140 size Wisconsin Incubator -
turned Friday from Plant City, used only 3 times. All
for every' crop. Get where they attended the funeral of complete $10. Sandwich Inn near
LUie rtht one for each crop. ]lull'sstore. Sirs. Barefoot's cousin, Mrs. C. Roberta. depot. It* I
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FOR SALE-Home, located on Call I : :':'::"' -

I Mr.-;and Mrs. Joe Edwards, Mrs. street, west of courthouse next to ae ?c\1IDQIGXI1IJIaalDC\ )CU01 IThl'" ..:O'JCI; -_ .r
Mrs. J. K.: Wilson of Miami, Is J.jiephine Edwards and their guest highway on two corner lots. Electric -,
|spending the week with her sister, Robert Daniel, of Sarasota, motoredto I light, water toilet and bath COFFINS & CASKETS '
Mrs. J. M. Bll;,>wnlee. Gainesville Thursday to visit nlath 'I all complete. Half cash balanceon I GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
I terms. D.V.. Alvarez Starke. i And a Full Line of I IJ.

; Mrs. C. S. Oornnck and son, Elmo !I 314tf. UnJrtalir: Sapplit & RITCH

ent to Jacksonville Tuesday to visit /j full line of piece goods on Bale', FOR-SALE-Livinornton Globe tomato IIKI'KKSKNT Till: BEST LEADING)

lends for several days. at Young's. store, Saturday, March plants and Royal King permi AUTOMOBILE MEAIISE J INSl'KANCK' E 1I'ANiES KIKE,
: 15l\}\ Visit the store Ready for netting. Mrs. I Always' on haD" The bent s.r- !
new opening LITE. TO.MOIMLE:
Mrs. R. A. Weeks and !Miss Mar- Flora
I B. Cady, Kingsley lake. ItJudge rum .. tai lowest price. 8p! -
ret Shriver, of Brooker, were visors day and see tho bargains. I UONDS: LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
4 jii attention to telegraph or- ;
to Starko Wednesday.Ladies' '
h or* Rfol..terft
i, Ml and Mrs. T. G. Carter of Cocoa
ready-to-wear at Young'sdore I -- ;
went the, week-end with her parents 1
Starke, Saturday, March Ifth. ,Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Powell. They DeWITT C. JONES
Big* cut in prices. tuned home Monday accompaniedby I STARKE, FLAir
AH Powell, who will spend several .1 t "(;nUlD BETTER FEKTIUZFR IT. MIDE WE WOULD HAKE IT"

Mrx. F. L. Turner entertained tho week. there. trnclttiw : ixunrnrr ,.. ..._ .., _
--- II., buying. r*l wir January pHroll.t' our "HMN( I'L'UK"; and RKMbr :
Merrie Workers. Monday evening at I -- nilAMIH" wblrh ha.. .n Ih. Hlantlard at I duality lot it.. pail fnrljr year withrluddn |
her home on West Call street. I Nov' line of beautiful silk dresses .ro.".... PrieM always rlfht. Quality r nrrlvitp daily at Shoppe Elite. Prices for rtiulu. Al' i> prle Hula ml InaMrtleM r.. Hprayara II...... anti till Alan
Mrs. C. S. Ccinnck and, son Elmo, rtls onable. 666Is sae will won ba ,...d,. writ for ont.
spent the week-end in Gainesville at +-
the home of :Mrs. A. M. Peltit. The Children of the Confederacy a Proscription! for Colds Fever and E .0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla
I had aeandy sale Saturday afternoonand LaRrlppc. It's the maul speedy remedy
Just received Truckers Favorite m id a $7.50.() These bright: young: o we know, preventing Pneumonia.
" Snowflake and Stowcll'a Evergreencorn people are doing good work In the
seed. J. F. Kickliter.No. chaptc- and laying the foundation for

1 timothy hay, cheaper than MADISON FLORIDA
Jacksonville wholesale nricp, with local Mrs.! teldinr, of Oil City, Pa., arrived ,

freight added. Hull's Store.E. ,! with Mil Vedncsday Mabel! Weller.for a short MM. Holding vidt- SPRING TERM, March 4th to June 5th. Twenty year. or

war formerly Miss Jennie Strong successful Teacher-training. Faculty of six specialists .
S. Matthews left first of the week and has numbers of friends here who college degrees and long experience. Thorough course for ;
for Tallahassee to attend the meet-
ing of the state railroad commission. are glac to see her again. R. A. Green all grades of Teachers' Certificates. All high school and com.mercial .

:, subject, music and public speaking. Complete review -
Robert Daniel, of Sarasota, came You TU Iniea something worth of all subjects. High school credit given for courses
Wednesday afternoon and is the while if you are not present at the completed. For information write or wire M. S. McGregor,
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards. opening if Geo. F. Young's store -FOIlCongress- Principal, Madison, Fla. 2-29-3t

I Starke :aturday, !March 15th,. Ware
Get the strawberry plants that are I Aluminum - --

true to name. W. F. Allen & Co., I Mrs. Tjlor Belcher returned Wed- ,

Salisbury, Md. Leave your orders nesday firm Jacksonville where she _____ _ __ __ ___ _n _______ __ '
at N. B. Hull's store. I was the Ml I T. Clark. While in the city Mrs I
Belcher raeived charming social attentions -
Mrs. W. J. Frierson will leave today blrur the honor guest on two I
for Key West where she will occasions.I Ii
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spend a week with her sister, Mrs. HE STANDS FOR SERVICEWE l ,

Archer. I Bret\ yard of hard surfaced I

'+ Mrs. G. C. Sweat has returned after highway it Bradford county was laid I
a visit with her parents, Mr. and Saturday. Hoover Bros. were on the VARIETY
Mrs. A. B. Davis, of Keystone ground an-j; photographed the start. t .

Height. 1 Get some stcards: from them and STAND FOR THE HOME AlAN

Mrs. E. S. Matthews went to Jack- herald the Jlod news to your friends. MEAT MARKET :
sonville Monday afternoon and while I \
'. in the city was the !guest of Mrs. Annie Don't fat to visit Geo. F. Young'

Richard.Mr. I store Starlet on opening day, Saturday
March 15th. S. R. Johns' old C. Manning
and Mrs. O. L. Beasley wentto The Best
Tampa Saturday evening to visit stand, corned! Call and Walnut ..ts.Mrs. I

Mrs. Beasley's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

A. C. Durden. I Charge Powell, who i i. teacher in Meats
of the sish grade in the B. H. S., CHEAP CASH STORE I
Mrs. R. E. Tanner and little son, was given a Irliehtful surprise show'er -
Bobby, who hare been visiting her by her puBs Monday afternoon, at
parent. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Powell, the school rotn. Each pupil broughtthe I
returned Friday to their home in bride a *aatifu! gift and both PHONE 124 !
Baldwin. teacher and pupils greatly, enjoyedthe
occasion. I IW

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Preaching rrvicea at 11 and 7:30. -----. -
BUILDING Cordial invation to public. -. - --
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FRIDAY MARCH 14. 1921 '

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FARMERS and FARMING I :; Boys and girls-poultry- clubs in va-

I I II rious sections of the country have
; I II '
I both young and
been educational to ,

I FARMERS: AM: > 'I1U'CKI-IS ARK INVITED TO CONTRUltTEAKriUKfc FOUND I old folk, and have acted as the begin- 0
EXPERIENCES! ASUIE1"nODS: for what later:..proved to
t : 01 FARM. ning point ,
UK: UKr l' .si Uii:! TO( Ol'II C.I I I'NTY. : _.: .__.___ I be highly successful co-operative or-
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TUIEI.SlJCmSTlOS; : ON USE MELON AND CURE YIELDS anizations that the greatest successan i
COMMERCIAL: FERTILIZER I be reached, and young .
I should be encouraged to start clubs
Write. "Florida' 11)23! : watermelon and J them going, in the opinion -
'I SucrvMHful Bradford Farmer : cut in half. Diseases and to keep :
I II cucumber<<: crop were I of II. B. Lansden, extension poulryman -
i Iliit Experiences' I did it. The average melon yield of
of the Florida College agriculture -
I the as comparedwith
-- was only 175 to acre
; 1, time<<: of the year to with 331 in 1021 ,
!t As it m about 880 in 1922 is directly InterestedIn
fertilizers, I am giving 1920. These figures Each member
begin<< using and with 374 in since this
:' \ the bettering one breed; and o
suggestions! as state's I
few timely for the average.
1\ a are interest everybody -
breed has the common
I of high grade\ chemical fertilizers This startling statement is made ,
use his or her efforts to-I '
is .
Begin! in time and put out what you by J. It. Springer extension truck This breed

'. intend to use for a certain crop tendays specialist of the Florida college of. ward always its thought advancement.of when the communIty -! Farm in Florida Town
before time you where the
weeks that
two who
f or agriculture says uniform -
mentioned its products are
fertilizer '" is
If the diseases
intend to plant crop- protection against the
proper comes into I
lit. put on with a fertilizer distributor were taken growers made from 500 to and more money poultrymen of that I InehchboThood. $3,000
of the
inch scooter in where the Among the pockets
run a throe 700 melons to the acre. .
fertilizer: was put to thoroughly mix diseases causing losses, the greatest horses 25 hogs poultry includedto
i' i farmers In starting such an organization, 150 orange trees, 18 cows, ,
it with the soil I see so many damage is caused by anthracnose
found it advantageous -
\ have
I's) every year make the mistake of Not only was the yield cut approximately many communities their county or settle immediately; ort state road, heart of delightful Florida \

heavy applications! of high 50 cent but 25 per cent 1 to call in churches high school depot, etc.; 10
putting in << per home demonstration agents. It is adI I Highlands; close to stores, ,
.v ,I grade\ commercial fertilisers: with a of the melons in the 130 Florida cars I of of 150 12
backing any
distributor in a roll not over 2 inches severely spotted by anthracnoseIn isablo to have acres productive loam; bearing grove orange, grape
were Kiwanis -
ridge and plant beans. had to I I civic bodies, such as Rotary or fruit lemon and plum trees; beautiful
I.' wide and then : I many cases the fruit simply clubs- Local banks and commercial tangerine, guava
I They come up and, look fine for a be dumped on arrival at the market. house barn
" organizations are usually flowers, shrubbery; good 2-story 7-room piazza, ,
1 short while but as soon aa the roots Much of what has been said of the I I this
\ / strike that roll of fertilizer it would l'I I' watermelons is true of- cucumbers.The glad; to finance an enterprise of poultry houses, garage, storehouse, etc. If taken now, all for ,

I I, .. burn them<< ofT. The bean leaves would ) average yield of this crop last sort.Banks have been known to finance I $3,000, part cash. Details and how farmer got $5,000 from
I i' crimp up and bushes stop growing came to 130 hampers to the acre the
year advancing of through
by Bargains
club Illustrated Catalog
the community celery 28
short. acre ,
the would bo with page
eonnt! My experience with putting out commercial ,' 280 in 1921 and with 276 in 1920. cost male of or a for pen hatching of four eggs and day- I out Florida. Copy free.STROUT.
fertilizer covering a period due to mil
<< Most of this damage was Members thus financed

of 20 years, shows that I have gotten dew. return old the bank one or more fowlsto FARM AGENCY
best results when put out by hand. It Those two diseases-anthracnoso be appliedto
the proceeds to
be sold
be spread in a bank covering six mildew-can be practically .
can and the plant roots do and downy a revolving fund for extending the 1210 Graham Bldg. JACKSONVILLE
inches or more controlled. another year or else assembled II
not come In direct contact with so Bordeaux mixture of 4-4-50 formula : project other and
and divided into pens
lance a volume at one time. is the remedy. It must be properly members thus form-
out to new ,
Another advantage gained by put- made and applied under high pres- given an'endless chain of club mem- ,
ting in soil before planting time, Ito sure. On watermelons three spray- Ing

allows time for the chemical actionto ings will be sufficient. Give the first bers.Annual poultry shows are attractive "

take place before the plant roots when the vines begin to run, the sec- of the cotrlmunity's r '
features .
? r I reach the fertilizer. It is then in condition ond when the first-set melons are round-up work. Fowls raised by the I

I for plant roots to feed on with- about the size of the clenched fist, competitionor 1
members are exhibited 1I
out injurious results, consequently and the third two weeks after the sec local mer- I
prizes are .
you are not disappointed when the I IS
ond.On shows and contests are both educa-
t l time of harvest arrives cucumbers a greater number of useful stimulators! of
tional and as
.l My experience with commercial fer- sprayings will be necessary Start rivalry members.

'.! tilizers also shows that it pays to use when the plants develop their second chants friendly where the among shows are held. The

a certain amount of It, provided you set of true leaves and repeat every

will\ use common sense along with it ttn days or two weeks. See that the

and give the crop proper cultivation. spray reaches the under side of the The water glass method of preserving -

Have! the soil well drained where water leaves. eggs is both cheap and certain.In .

t cannot stand and sob the roots spring, when eggs are so plentiful ,

of plants. Eggs: put down in water glass: ear- they bring low prices is a good time

Yours for a successful crop year.FARMER. ly in spring keep well. Then, they for the family to lay down a supply I i I

''are low in price at that season for next winter. I ,

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: ; f "X': .. ..,.-- Some Logic I Here j YOUR BLOOD NEEDS
: ,
I I I, bc..i'Q: ::. ..o5'jtI Insurance Agent: "Why I c ry
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a 25,000 policy payable to my
j -::_ =- -=== THIS IRON TONIC
much. What/ex/ -
I ;;e : Brutal: "It's too
I cuse can you give her for living t"
to .n INVALCr D':;. prUIN'cDNEvr' /DUDE'S Pepto-Mangan providesiron
r -0- 1 -.. in just the form most

They Get It Young ,I VJ readily assimilated form
i r
MfpcCN i which will not irritate the weakest
Conductor: "Little girl-ho-* old stomach nor injure the teeth but
," which effectively enriches the flood
are you and invigorates the body. At your
/ G," vJr "" Little Girl: "Never minI'll druggist in liquid and tablet form.;

pay full fare." Free Trial Tablets To -* for rourUif I
V? the. hralth.buildlniclu.
L of CuJe' Pepto-M.nnKn.. writ todwfor
,I enerou.Trial Package of Tableta. Bond
Startling At First no money- jvot name end addreee to
-- M. J. IJreltenbacb Co. 68 Warr.n St., N.Y.Dude's _
This one will be on the 4ouse,"

I i said the painter as he pike up acan

: of paint and started } the

; ,rya .rr ladder pepto-Mangan

u. Tonic and Blood Enricher .
/ Oh-That's Different a...

No Sale Cakeater: "Seeing is believ g." _

Flapper "Oh, I don't kno "
Book Agent: "Have you children :
Va In school) 7" Cakeater: "Well it most frtainly

Farmer: "Yes; two boys< and atirl. is." ASPIRINBeware
." II Flapper: ""I see you bu I don'tPlaying

Book Agent: "You're Just the i believe you. '
man.i Why not buy them an en- -0- -----

1 :cyclopedia '" i Safe of Imitations! :
FURCHGOTPSThe Farmer: "Wall it might be alright I ArchJe: 110m-Let:: me 11 over to

for the girl-but by gum, the boys Jimmy Smith's-J-just lonj// enough
I .are no better than me-and I had towalk to say hello ?" I .

to school all my life." Mother: "And how long//, that ?" QBAYER 4

Store Accommodating i Archie "Well not very/ongbuthe

Slow Music, Please __ stutters, you know

1,1' JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Blushing Bride and Groom : I -
!rl "Where Is the marriage license I -Victory <

; office ?" I, Hubby: "Here are the irst proofs

; Courthouse Doorman: "Do you' lof my picture." '

a" Insist 7"Blushing I I Wife (examining pr s): "Ohl I II I

I n. and G-: "Yee8r" I I Henry-you've got only e buttonon
C. ". Doorman
: "All rihtthirteenth then your coat.

I door to the left Hubby: "Whoope_ycve noticed Unless you 'CVh9 "Bayer erOfB- "

.. It. That's why I had e pictures' I'ftekajt8 or on you are not -
Even Tempered taken." the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved
; 8o Iale by millions and Prescribed by
h "You're a terrible shot I don't IPurdy' rsicians over twenty-three years for

j'l H I relieve you could hit the side ot a Phil] 'oMs Headache
I : arn"" Toothache
I I "It's a neck-and-necJ race, but Lumbago

t. "We'll-I dunno. I never shot at always a little bit ahJj of 'Dis Neuralgia Neuritis Rheumatism Pain, Pain
a I barn-but I did miss a train last couraging. Difficulties.}'
:', week." .C<'ept "Bay Tablets of A.plrln"
r ''nIy. Earll unbroken Package contains
o oven directions Randy boxes of
Blonde Bess Opines A TON lfc IWI'Ive tablets cost few cents. Dr"( -
ri.t. also sell bottles of U and 100.
rove'a Taatcleas chill: onle restores '
"The. Finnlgans
are regular ".plrln ia the trade mark of Bayer
Blotter Why. they even hare Energy: and Vitality b /Purifying and UanuflU.'tul'e of MODO&CetJcacldeBter ofibcyUcacld
overstuffed furniture. nrw-hing the Blood wf n you feel Its \

strengthening,Invlgoratiil effect see how
tr All In Favor Say- It brings color to' the leeks and how
it improves the appeal you rWtheu IF YOU HAVE
Two pretty girl kissed when theymet appreciate its true tonic(due. If M.lartaPU..Slck H.h..C__ ,

in the postomce the other day.'wo \ ove's Tasteless chill f onto Is tlmp\y\ and Bo...'...o..b A..... Sour 510-,
B..I II'GUr food ..... not
men were standing near. Iron and Quinine tuspeif d in tyrun. s', eninil.t./ roe: ha.a a. appoto,
First Man:: "I'm pl isant even children i* it. The
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.s' work." I G.1p germs by Its San hening. IDvlgur wiD I u..we.. Wi"
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i I Perry, whoso newspaper the Jackson- step in civilization. Men begin to rum running. I I O. D. Moody and L. B Johns" aN appointed Clay oounty II..... Approximate linxth 7.-.

''ville Journal, prints this column. realize that the mysterious Power The other questions are, what Is I Innpectora.tor tha. Dar{..... of holdlnic aald election nillieHuad. No 10. atnrke h. Road No "

ibis I above gave us this beautiful planet this Government 'coiner to do aboutIt I I ,In W. Now River.. U. W. Andrews. l.. W. Kelly .... Appraxlmwo length 7.. mile t at The.a .I
M ".rk. and F. A. ,
Andrews Road No. .
pre ap 10 Hold 2
r WeekI, i S'lIin/f at a low cost, tho people that we might take cure of it like ? And how long will the public be pointed Inipoctvn.III. > Urn Approximate kniith 4.0 mllea Clay. county

of JIK ksonville make a profit of three L. W. KICKLTTER Road N.. II. Starke. to Clay counly. line. '
1 I I faithful gardeners and find happiness content to let things drift? I I P. "'W1001NS' Cb..inn.lI. Approximate lenuth milts'

ciunrtrr of-a million on their plant. in the process, leaving the hereafterto Scenery.215AtSli.. Road No B. .tt 4 to Rood. NI>. 3. '
A|>i>n>ximal" length 70 milaa. ;
I They are building an addition to the a higher judgment UixHilU'r' rays: Do not cut out I I Rood. Nn. e. Read No. 8 to> Road No 7urnilmalo .

plant costing eleven hundred thousand a of meats every bit of gristle or ten- I{ lULL TO QirinT TITLE I .Road\ No.7. longtlt Hruokar...b'ml toad_ No 4. Ap

dollars, and their taxes are low. Will the state of Florida accept or tlon or fat. People particular about I i 1 In Circuit. Court. Uradford Cfiunty, flaw pro*Imntu length 3.. mil....
Ids In Chancery i Road No 1. Hrookor '
S to New River. Ap.proxlnmlu
reject fifty million dollars worth of their\ rating often have poor teeth 11 r':. A. Kennedy. I 'l length e.1 mU.... '

Ilvnry Ford, who will shock the tree advl.1'tlsing'1It and poor digestion, because they miss Complainant. The total I mrtba of Uvuaa projaola. Is ap-
I roxtniaity 47 mllca. .'
nerves of big financiers as quicklyas Columbia ;: r.,..... The .
Florida sends William Jennings some valuable food element and exercise i I at des. total quaniitliii of the (Items on whl'h( "
he would off the head of J DrfvndanU. uroiHieaU, art dcalnnl. ...- approximau-lir aa
By Arthur Brisbane I chop a Bryan to the National Democratic their teeth nerd. I INOTICE I T> Columbia. N. Payne, whole _I".n.. U followa: <1"I 1,
Ij leghorn hen has recently startled ( unknown. "do..d".... Clfarlnir and irriiliblnii J07.4 aeree.rcnallon. .
I Convention he will go at his own expense 0.*.,.In.. : \oil ara hereby required] to b. ; 7764J cu. ,...
gentlemen that manufacture fertili- TO BIDDERS roil FURNISHING! and ai.pcar before tho judiie of tha olrenll Itoad machine itmdinir. IWI2 etatlona,
and Florida will get free of bTASUARU WOVKN V\IHK FKNCK court for the olnhth; Judicial circuit of Flop. Koad machine grading oatid. clay Mction '
JACKSONVILLE I'OWER I zers here. Si-aU-d bide will Iw ircolvcil. by the bonnl of in' an.l' far
chnrge in all in the !'i"' lr county, on Monday, 4HH illation.
Thu Ford agent at Jacksonville got newspapers bnnil 'Imitate of llradforil county Florida. at 7th day I of AI' I lr'f.d I). HIM, at Ibe eourt i I tlntrvnloil plllnw. 1811 II... fl
FORD SELLS FERTILIZERTOO United States advertising as could the office of the ai-ctvtary of the board at houi In unlit Monty' In Starko. Florida to I'ntnateil' structural, timber 1H3.I M. >
word that so many carloads of sul- Stark, Florida, until t MO o'clock p. m.. ..n>ncr a hill of comnlamt exhibited, analnat Clay lurfaalnc mater'at, SUM eta ".... '
MUCH RELIGION not be bought for fifty or a hundred April A. 11U4. and at that tlm publiclyoprniMl. >">'.lu'n' .101' routs hy H A. Kennedy.. I'nlla' of overhaul, 11314 units, iMlxlnir '
phate of ammonia in bags ready for ... .
million dollars. for furitliihlnc t. b. Stnrko, H 1. I The II..RM.I"nt, Teli-irraph. wiwMy
A 50 MILLION 1 car fence wire 6x12x411 Inoh combination' ,
DOLLAR BRYAN distribution to farmers would presently nenvpapvr published In Hlarke.' Bradford
If Florida< allows herself to be deceived wrappi' OUR RUM RUNNING PROBLEM: arrive and they must sell it. Bidden to iubmit nccineatlona. and rrleea nowiipaper In which thin nnticc shell be aa publinhcd son-m "q. ,d. ,
by political gentlemen who of wiry It la proiMwil, to furnish and the for eluht rnniptullva weeka. U Inch pipe culverta. 61 IIn. ft. '
Shipments came and have continued. amount they will 'load In eta I| Thii landH Ui-.frib.-d. In tha bill of IN Inch pip eulverta. liB tin ft. IJl
belong to the East < complaintI
Coast Railway The board nwvrvee the riuht' to reject In inch pipe eulverta, 47A lln. ft.
To any cause the title to which
Jllayors of Cities: Jacksonville understands thatFord's which and all bid. I b. Ia ought to Ail work. to be dune In aeeordanoa; with
doesn't want Mr. to quieted airainut the
Bryan fcbove
Go to Jacksonville Floridathisis ammonia sulphate Is a by go W. E. TORODK la tmrtirtilnrlv itrrlbeil) follows 1, defendant theVlaru and Initructlona. ........1 provte- 4
ai to-wlt .
to the convention, then Florida will Attnt- Chairman 1'ro Tent. The Kiut Half of the Anutheaat!: : i Ions niiecial provlHlone apectflcatlona and propoanl '
written that products of his coke What interests Quarter of and contract of .
in city-call on Mayor plants. C .V FUTCJl Ri-ction' ij. townnhln S Month Bradford county Itoch
lose very valuable ( ? ) advertising 375t4l.MISTER'S ...... all In Hrailford Itaiiue XII : bid mutt ho accompanliMl br a err- *
Alsop and learn about Jacksonville'smunicipally the farmers it the fact that a I Witnuia my hand and county.ami Florida.of Mid tilled .r... or a> bidden bond made payabieto
Ford ells his fertilizer of the thla the Sib court 1C Mutlhewa, chairman, hoard of bondtruelvm.
owned electric light high President Coolidge asks thirteen BALE I day of February.. A. r. 1U2I for five per cent of the amount bid. n'
and power plant. est grade for $19'a! ton below the Notice la hereby civen. thai under and by Clerk Circuit O. W. AI.PFHMAN. an evidence-: Brood faith and 1 as a fftiarantea *
millions for the const guard to dual virtue of that anal tlcereo. of foreeloaure.mailu Court. Bradford County, FIoiIda. that If awanli-d :tic contraot the bidder: will 1exiKtuti 3
There is no cheap water power in market price.Apparently. and rendaroU on I8lh. day of .'.b. \ 1>. !I thu contract and iil\e bond. aa ro-
with smugglers. The authorities in. IIIJ4.) by lion A. V. Lone. Juilve of the 1 I By C. A. KNIGHT. (lltlred.Ihe..
Jacksonville-oil is used, at a cost I Ford is trying his handat tercept five cent of tho whisky Klichth Judicial Circuit., In and far Bradford t!,Rest. !M.!") JOHNS.' l"'puI I Clerk' right la ......yod to reject any ur all
equivalent to $6.50( a ton for coal. But cheap fertilizer without waitingfor per County rlnrlOa In that certain onll.. ..h...- I tildiiI'lHim.
now. Spending) ten millions more In J. WViunrlitlit, I, enmiilnlnnnt and W. Solicitor for Complainant t-A-0t-4-4 and apeclflcatlona may ,,. Keen at thaolTice
the people of Jacksonville buy their Muscle Shoals. K tit-mi, I. defendant I h. underoliineil will I of eta. county enalneer, and coplua nftho
S. they might intercept seven per cent otter fur aalo and will< loll to the hliihwt and I NOTICE TO AIDnEItS<: .pMldeatlun. may ba obtained. from theatcretary
current at a price lower than anywhere of it. They can't It. bout Udder. for ca.h. In front of the Court I I t I Sealrd: blila; will I "i'M wlv...l by th. horned of tha board. at >J.50 per copy, '
in the United States I "Not too much, not too little," said stop Smuggling bourn minor In SUtrktf. Hrailfonl County, of blind truatcFM of : county.. Florida, fouli-n of the pinna may be nMnlned from
except, cocaine and other drugs is a part ofVlics ida, on htnndnthe 7th. day of April A."D. at the olticv. of the acerotary of the board the secretary of the board at f J.BO for each
perhaps Seattle. So says John II. Aristotle. 111.'4. durum tie. .brut Noun of ale., fur th 5 at !!la.k.. FlorlJn. until 2 o'clock p. m., rand! or 97 60 for the complete. set,
Even In religious emotion nmiMHit nf HfttlHfymu .ai '
excessis Cuts in o to 11 diMrrlhotl' real ,, ox>ned forAppruslmatnly
Ugyynon's' and ba- K. 8. MATTHEWS.I' .
rot yulnlna _..., Wocn Mot sect f rl.. a mistake, and brooding leads to ."' refundmonry I If PA7O OINTMENTfniIOLIIII 1 lot:: in,- Itrailforil County."t"lor.\: \=. to>witj I H200 fence poata to ba cillo] A. rilTTII. ('hal.mAn.1Ic..tR. .
Became of Ita tonernd< 'lixmivo rfr.-u trouble. < < li nt: It't'Ml '' cdlnior. !l'rMndiul, F'' The 8VVV1 of the SW'4 of Sco. :.11, Towiuhlp 1 llvi-rod .1".." the roar ai fitllowaii r". 2-lft.Ot-a-14\
Frank \McDowell got it into I A. Hnntpliin., i,
TH UKOMO QUININE (Tab tt ) can In t.w. ? ". "3" "n' 8 Range 2J: EaaU I Tlivrnua. llrookl/n road approx
By aayune without cmininii nervounnfs/ 3 nrr j,' his head that he had committed the .... y., .. to .1 u. H.I R A. GREEN imately. 14(10 POOIa.Th"teNa. OltDKU FoIl Pflll.ICATION i
do lire beR" t:.W. I a'M..t.o... 'I IiB Slarke. road
GHIJV&S iitiaturnnntvx H<- Hnwlitl approximately 1.800 .
M. ieaSlarke.. I| In Circuit' 'Court rltato of Florida. F.1"h'hJ..dl.I..1
unpardonable. JOHNS. i I Circuit; tlradford County, ,In Cb...- I
| Sdefhrtar> Complainnnt 3.7.nt.4'4'' rireon Cova Springe road, appro I
The idea stayed and by way of ,I Imatrly 600 poata. nary
ALL OUT OF SORTS? I I SeedsCataI08J -- ., K. F Flume. I
"expiation," he killed his two sisters, Hastings I MASTER'S SALE 1200" poeta.KiMiil by. 8te onaon'a grove, approximately. Complainant I :

burning them i in '! N' as they lay asleep n.b" irlvcn that umtur and b y Kelty'a ap Anna Caahatt. r
their beds. That also ? virtu o/ that certain Final Doom of KnroeloHurv proximately tool ho'"I.' : IMfendant. a ''\ .
preyed upon niHil.* and. rendered. on Feb. IHth. I Krooker, ; approximately 1200 I
So Was. This. Starke Woman Whs his mind and added to his religious Eluhth liJ4.! by 1 Hon. A. V. Lonir. Judm. of th. poeta.HVooker. Worthlnirton hill It,, :I'j'.i': by above alTldavIt stated: 1 apfwnded eaves l'a: the :
Judlolal I ClnuIlIn and for Brail- Sprlnira cal l, up- Ann.'l
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Cabals the defendnnt therein nanmd.
worries. So, by way of further "expiation" Coed County, Florida In that certain cauiawhrrxln pmxlmnluly 1000 poata. .
'leilx 11 or Experience.All -Jree / the tmlnral.. Land hank of Columbia, Poeta to be of heart pin. or heart black. non raidat of the' state of Florida..nd' aha': 11 J
la r.l.liiil of Van i
A2'J Vaat Av.mar Ilullevue.
he shot his mother and a -
not 1 tea I
a corporation, la comiilHlnant. and W K. cypress than sin lu.h. In diameterat Jelfiinion Kentucky, and ,la ov.r'lhn
KdmoiKlmm.! Cora Edmoebon, tha top and seven fuet lonv.. cmiitty
-- father to death. hi. wire, D. 0.
This Is the Kelley and I.jiV Hotter National Farm Loan The abova quantltlea are approximate, only' : ave of twenty-one yearn ; It U therefore i
greatest and accurate ordered that said non-rvaldent defendant be
55 a Anaoiilntion, B corporation, and, tha board tweervea the rlwht to In...... l
too often women accept theil :: ara arid la hereby to to the bill
Such Seed Book ever published for the the nndrnfsned: l will offer for' isle and will 1 1 or decreana Ih... quantltlea aa may ba r... required appear
and aches natural to then religious hallucinations were South. ..II to the hi"tae hldiliT ')Hired. and to make at tha of complaint film! In laid raiwa on or before
pains as 100 pages full of actual 1 photographic for cart, In front payment price bid Monday. the 7th ,I." of April A. l D,
not unusual in the old days. They of the Court hn"" door In Starke. Bradford for t auch) poata a* ara actually. taken up on .
IUJ4: othcrwli the allvuatlona of said bill
sex:, They fail to realize that weal pictures handsome cover I County Florida, on Monday the 7th. day. of each road. !
ibft .
drove men and women into the desert paces In full accurate I April., A D The board reearvea the rliiht to oriler wll taken aa eonfeaNed by aid defendant.It
kidneys are often to blame for that colors descriptions 11124. during. tha legal houra of out I. further ordered that this order bepllhlfahnd
< where they lived in filth and semi valuable culture directions and D.:. for I he iiurpna til natinfylnir. Final these pats In auch quantities, and placed In nce a week for four Coneeciltlvawieke ,
those :.iht such loeatlona,
backache headaches .
dizzy spelli the followln. dacrlbel eatat, aa they may be required ..n.1h In the Bradford County. Toleirraph.newiipaper ,
starvation imaging that such conduct the most useful Seed Book there la.It II"In" and! being /In Hradforil. County Florida accept no Ni>onalbimy for, poata which' In s.
and that tired depressed feeling published aid county and Ntate
Is absolutely free and we want U. wlt. SEt the HWV4 and Chu 8U, of not been taken up nor will more lh.none 'I'bin Frbruary 15, 11124 '
Thousands have found new health and pleased the Lord.It to have 8W4 of P.\t:\ of Section. 8. Township 7 thoiwand poem bo taken up ahead of the G. W. ALDERMAN
>you It In home. Ha8t.Ins' -
strength by helping; the weakened did not occur to them to ask why :your South. tense Jl Eat. N""r the NI(, of fence iranp at any time HeatI Clerk Circuit\ CourtHy h
Seeds, "The Standard of the NW', and the. NW V. nf the NKV of Section The rlitht U naerved to reject any or all C A. KNK1IIT.Ih'puly .
kidneys with Doan's l'iIla-a stimulant the Lord had provided a fertile earth a. Township 1. South., Kanre 21 Fiat on- blila and to m.k. such additional or ..upplmentaq Clerk 1
diuretic. This Starke case Is one South are, as always the beat seeds stains HO acre mon or !... contract. for the furnlahlnir of poata R A. unp; :N. '
j of many: and clean water if it pleased Him to grown. Garden field and flower H A. GREEN. on any road aa may ba deemed. necessary Hollcltur for Complainant i.ill-Bt-S-JH ',

1,' f, Mrs L. E Miner, Eighth St., says see hermits dirty and hungry .eeels. plants) and bulbs that do well l E M, JOHNS'1" M"l"r 'In Ch"1<"nrSolicitor February 14. U2. E. S. MATTHEWS, .j'

"There was a severe, dull ache in my \Many have seen the "holy man ofBenares In South are all fully described wl for Complainant ARdbth .-1 C. A. HITCH. Chairman SIOTITKUS! I

'J, 4back. If I stooped, I could scarcely ," a deluged pagan, sitting on 1924 attractive prices the lowest we -- .- -- -- -Hecretary.-- ------_. _. 2-IB-6t-a-14- Watch for iryniptoin of worms in your
'y'tf; atraighten. I often got( up feeling sharp and can possibly sell good seeds plantsand NOTICE OF ELECTION -- children. Throe pnruiiUM am tho nronltluflroyeni
fi'; more tired than before I went to bed. spikes, acepting little con By the veatod. In NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR
-/ bulbs. All our 1924 customers: power them by the lam of rlulil lifts K you have
(i. Doan's Pills from Turner's Drug tributions convinced that it pleasedhis of Florida, the board of public Instruction of '
( think
Will get 6 seed of beautiful roiuwm to child has worm act
packets your ,
? Bradford" county .Florida henby. ealla. alee- Bi'alvd blila, will b. ..........
by the
board of
Store cured me of the attack"Price particular God to see him sitting Ilea tn quickly. (live tho littlu dune,
; i flowers absolutely free. The big new I beheld In shut Long Andes, and bond tnuteva of Uradforil county. Florida one A or
: 60c. at all dealers. Don'tmply there. I I 1924 Seed Book tells all about 1 It New Illver sub achool dlitrletn T".d.y. the office of tha ....... the board I. at at twc tit Whiw',CrMm Vermiftigo.V rnwi I

ask for a kidney: remedy-get 000Sa Write for It today. they March ID 1024. In determine whether or not Starke Horlda, until 2 .ta.r.of p. m. of March I i rAn not exist where this. timtv-trlixl and '
Doan'a Pills-the same that blr determine eoimolldata.the m ilia.elect.. 1eM three aaaeiaedaialnut truateeaana for IX, IU2.nJ at that time publicly: opened: successful remedy is ......,). It lrivm out I

\i" Miner had. FosterMilburn Co.ytfre. The calming down of our religious I H. 0. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN, the consolidated dlatrlet. conKtruotlnii or .....tlo". or of Improving.....,1. In Bradford the GJlowintroads coun I tho worm and restores the rosy hun of I

; .. Buffalo, N. Y. emotions is a most important forward I ATLANTA, GA. ,I I For purpoae of hnldlnn add. election I In I tyl tKoad t [ health to baby(,111,,'''''. IVuin" 30o. Nuld l"y
Lone Hn.lne. B. P. tunfroe, J. E. Adhl o., No. 2. Hampton to Th......... to th. All Drug Storesf I

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Bradford County Bank, Starke, F1a0 I

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Established. 1889

'I Bradford County's Financial' Stronghold

Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits over $60,000.00

I When you have money we want it; I

When you want money we have it;


We pay 4 per cent interest compounded quarterly.

We solicit your account, both small or large.



r Bradford Co.unty Bank


Starke, Florida .

:;; N. T. RITCH, President W. T. WEEKS, Vice-Pres. J. H. RITCH, Cashier


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two menths ol the present year bat r.

Bradford County Telegraph have passed by have developed anewa To theWoman's it 91 1
:';:. "' -=_"- ,'. :::_ ..... :::. spirit of confidence In the future- I
which It Is cheering to see. ClubCongratulations ,
Published weekly and tittered, 6"-11" which nad ,
.'t' The housing shortage

econd class matter, at the post become acute following the fur Xtragood- .

oltice: at StarKe, Florida. ; years of war was partly remedied and

... -' during 1923 and building ia stillgoing "
E. 8. MATTHEWS ..._._____- .___.Owner. / on with unabated zeal and Best Wishesfor I ,

e I.. J. C. BOIIIXSON. -J___M.nnuln, tiUia. energy. The building record of the Clothesfor

south for January was 2" per cent a

greater/ than for the some month of i ,

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I 11)25.\ : There Is no indication of any Most 'Successful Year -

c i letting up in the near future. From f 0 : I .;

RATE every quarter of the country comes I
SUBSCRIPTION storiua of wonderful activity in build- s (

P., Year ___. __ __________$2.00 ing. Residences business houses HOTEL MARIONStarke

,: .J -_..-. -.------..--- hotels, schools, churches and theatres .Boy ;
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.' are springing up like magic in every Fla. 47T>

I part of the land. Labor is very .

(>nerully employed at satisfactory I :

: I wages( and when that conditionprevails ,

I' 1 1I I) times cannot be very hard. I Po'itic'l' Announcements I |IT TAKES a boy r ;

: / The cotton farmers have suffered -- -.- : ''J
I I from the ravages of the boll weevil, FOR STATE SENATORTo

i. I Il hut it may bo a question whether / the I IWlntlerallc>ii trict of Florida elc.ur' .I of 1 re Fln..ntb8en.o.lal .p
that was an unmixed evil. They have I ly solicit your support fur nnomt nation in
I June primary as your elate. uLimior for .01<1
gathered a small crop, but the expense rliHtrlct. wh oh umbraccs" tint cuunlivA of Brud-

No. 4951 I hus been correspondingly light ford and Union. U. b: KNIGHT. clothes XtragoodI

l y (Membership in National Highway/ and the advance in price has helped FOR REPRESENTATIVE CROUP ONEI I I I

\\1. Association) i, make the aggregate receipts for the In group hereby on.announce fur nomination myself for a. the m candidate uili
_ 'crop show up better than wasfeared- in the luafelalurumom Bradford -

t I Individual wheat raisers have suffered county primary subject to to b*thv held action June 3rd of' 1024.I theDvmocratio thing to hunt t for. i .. I 1

TELLING YOUR FORTUNE i but in the aggregate the farming roipcct fully. oliclt the support of nilPrrnocrntio
voter and If elected promla.
I community has made good on other faithful and coneclentlutui BprvfteEVERETT Stout seams, stronglyi ,

Man strains eyeuockeU trying tx crops, which have produced generousIy I M. JOHNS I 1

look Into the future. Man is self and brought good prices. I FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP TWOI sewn buttons. Strudy fabrics---and smart 1
that MKlimpne hereby announce mynelf BB a candidate
centered and selfish hoping 1 Our factories have been pushed to for member of the Houae of Representatives ,
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of things to be will give him the limit in the production of goods! iibjoct front Bradford to the Democratic.County Fta primary.. ffroup of Juno Nu 2.H.j i, styles that make him as well dressed as J

advantafiro. over hili fellowmen : which seem to have no difficulty in 1024. 1 earnestly Hollclt the |up port of the
votes in the com In K primary If domed 1 his father older brother. The cost is '
"Eyes but cannot BCO" wan finding a market. Our experts agri- promUe to work for the bent lnter-t of Brad* or
ford county and the state of Florida. Rcappet-
written. i cultural and mechanical 'are vastly fully. .W. O. DUVALL.I'I considered.

All existence had been a living example in excess of our imports which disposes moderate.. quality

of how to know the future of the fallacy that we have I I FOR COUNTY JUDGE I
Half candidate for
I hereby announce a
Still the multitudes follow will-o' : killed our foreign market by aloof- the office of County lur.: .. of Bradford coun

Wisp ideas and waste life In an effort ness toward our neighbors. I ty.the tcrme 1 refer I have the voter held thia to otllce my record In the donor pal I Models in Porter's Xtragood Suits but

I to know in advance of things to come. ,I An important factor of public confidence and I earnestly solicit their ..uppo.t..tII.. Spring are
com In* primary. If elected I proml. todicehar. ,
When man finally learns that Su is the attitude of the large .. the duties of the office I to the beet
Power Is not earthly; that S1 of my ability according to law $16.50 $18.00 $20.00
premo corporations. The are betraying no fear or favor. CEO A.

o. cannot and will not be swayed by human timidity; no apprehension for the 1-: aRERIPrI OARDINER.I I

wish or thought then man will future. It is said they have expended hereby announce myself a
quit striving for selfish advantageand Sheriff of Bradford county and If elected. 1 Those Uuusually Good Xtravalue Suits
,,, 91,000,000,000 In the recent past in prom toe efficient administration of th..h.r. are
find peace, happiness health. sue ; improvements to faciliate the handl- IfTa office., I stand for law enforcement.
equally applied to one and all without fearor
a cess and plenty :ing of the nation's business. The favor. I ahall appreciate. the .upport of $10.00 $12.50 $15.00
I Then we the voters at the primary. June '3rd i
"Christianity you say. :
I Columbus-Birmingham branch of the W. M. ((MITCHEDWARDS.. '

f' asks your interpretations"What Is Christianity are narrow tip But; I Central its intention of Georgia to has spend just$announced :;,.DDOOOOthis I, ...-I.""hereby'tlon to announce the office--mynvlf of-Sheriff a candidate of Bradford for I!, New Shirts and Blouses -:. New Hats and Shoes

selfish I If re-elected I will, aa In the pout,
and year in the improvement of that pare jO'o; pains I In the full scheme of all the. [
Christianity is expressed in your branch. The companies the duties of the office and I earnestly: solicit the' .
power : the ensuing primary. I IRespoctfully.
support of the voters at
I every thought, word am) act of your telephone companies, and other great W. J. EPPERSON.! II | PORTER CLOTHING CO.
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life day and night. If every]
corporations are all proceeding on I I hereby. announce myself aa a undldnt. ,; ,
1 thought, word and act expresses love the theory that prosperity is assured for sheriff of Bradford county I.m well
acquainted with the duties of the office and
j for your fellow man-then you are a for a number of years to come. It Is promise, tf elected, to dincharae; them to the JACKSONVILLE -:- -:- FLORIDA
Christian. Otherwise cannot utmost of my ability with equal Justice to
you not difficult to find the money to all. I earnestly solicit the support of the
make claim. worthy project votes ., the ."uln, I II -
carryon any / A. B. ALVAREZ.
It is the story of the age Men
I The country is being gridironed by .
cnnifffnrif Bounty -Aaa
inspired, men with vision men with) To the .blteeste
I good roads and they are congestedwith candidate for the office of sheriff, I aot'clt
: courage, have risen above the hordes your support In the com in* primary election.
: trucks and automobiles carryingfrelg'ht My platform U no more. than an absolute and.
throughout existence by partially livIng ...
and from town to unswerving performance of duty -and no I.
: to this rule of life. They could. passengers .___ OSCAR A. _ANDRBU__
town. Everything betokens the most '
I look into the future-and they saw I FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURTI
abounding prosperity and makes
I hereby. announce myself a candidate for
that need not
they expect more ,
good that boast of the steel king re-election to the office of Clerk of the Clrault -
life than they put Into it. ourt of Bradford county subject to
I !that "It's always safe to bet on the action of the voters at the eomlnv. prim.
The short cut to peace, happiness, Jun. Srd. I appreciate the dut .. of this Im
I health and success Is not in knowing I United States. 'I portent office" but f!!l that I .f!' quail rind I
t to discharge/ them Having served the public
1 the future but in starting today tc before* the voters are well able to Jude.a. .
METHODIST I to my fltneea for the office, and If they
make every thought act and word unselfish choose to elect me. I promise faithful and
efficient service. Your support to respectfully
and lovely. Sunday school at 10 a. m., E. K. solicited. O. W ALDERMAN..

By so living no matter who 01 Ferryman superintendent I

what you are, the reward is assured Preaching by the pastor Rev. L. B. I SUPERINTENDENT I hereby. announce PUBLIC myself a INSTRUCTION candidate for
and positive. God is no respecter of Simpson Sunday morning and eve- re-elvctton to the off ee of county superintendent
of school of Bradford county subject to
persons. Live: In that confidenceand at the primary on June Srd I promise It nominated
Kpworth League Sunday evening
/ and elected, to perform the duties of \
future will unfold
your bigger 6:45. the office to the beet of my ability. I solicit .
and better than any human seer could Prayer meeting Wednesday evening : \ of every voter In the county It.epeeUulfr w I
7:30. submitted. J 1. B. WIGGINS. !
I foretell. I I _
A cordial Invitation extended to all.
ti I: I ImmmlDWmmmmmmmmunu" i FOR TAX ASSESSOR ,
1 candidste for nomination to the of
flee of county assrsunr of taxes of Bradford I
CIIILDKEN county and respectfully solicit your en-opera alt
lion and support In the Democratic, primary ray
.I.ofon to be held Jun. 8. 1H14 I sesure you \ .
that 1 deeply appreciate. the confl Gainesville: Sun: We believe the
support yon have ,given me In the rut and I
t I next generation will be sharper wit- trust that my official, record may have
approval for another term Respectfully.
t \ ted and quicker to catch a point thanI N D. pOUO\\

I we are today. And we believe that I hereby. announce myself as a .
\ moving pictures will have a whole lotto for the office of tax assessor of Bradford I
county subject to the action qf the Demo-
i' I do with bringing that about. Go to \ erotic voters at the primary Tune S' 1024 If '
.Iveied| I prumfoe 1 to faithfully perform the i iI
a moving picture matinee any afternoon duties of the off ee, keeping a cttan corrwtrecord I _
when the house Is crowded with of all work connected therewith Wry I II
A. A. H\ZEM!: II
respectfully I
.. 1 happy eager children and BOO yourself _._ _
how quickly they catch the point. FOR TAX COLLECTOR I E I
I 1 tierrby announce to the public that I am
You will be amazed to observe how a candidate for re-eterilnrt to the office.* of

their perceptive faculties have been Steam Pressing Co. tho county people tst at collector the coming. subject Drm to..rmlc the! primary will. of-I I !

developed. election to be held June t. 1"21" tmniiiln' '
If re-elected the same personal cunrt*> and
I At tho Lyric theatre in this city I .ff dent service (In the future n* In the put. I .
afternoon shown the 11 will appreciate your vote I'ln..I.t I
was .
sweet picture of Little Lord Fauntle- J. FRANK THOMAN Prop. J.\YE9'1 Never Occupied
I I r.rn by announce myself a cflndlilsta for I
roy. The house was literally packed th. office of ta. collector of Bradford

with children. As tho romance 'was ty 1 solicit. and the If elected support I of..the",mi.voters. a faithful of, 00"1"1 Home builders are prone to delay the matter of Insuring

developed It waft amazing to how chance of the duties of said office -.".
see their
: against loss by Fire Water Tornado
fully .ubmlt..... R. M. DOW LI.lIa'l property ,
it clutched those young people They -- and Cyclone until the flrudlure is completed and all other
even 'anticipated the point long before
I hereby announce that I am a candidatefor I have been met. Quite often learn the
older people in the audience )lad even French re-election' office of supervisor ofrewlsiratlon : expenses they

)i caught the idea. As the fortunes of Dry Cleaning tlnue to ..lve t::01t my am very re-elected best effort T shall toward con. mistake of such methods--through heavy financial losses,

Little Lord Fauntleroy fell into doubt .....,1!_ out the duties of the office. Repertfully The minute -
C. A. KNIGHT. you Start con Uu p or rose Into hope those children either barn or i is the time have
improvements to us slip on a
became depressed or yelled with del FOR COM'IISlIOSER-IIISTRICT N*. 3 I
light according as their unerring impulses I hereby announce that I am a candidatefor .. blanket policy which will cover you. whether the loss is
l county commissioner. District tt x 1
impelled. Another noticeable ttav. served the county aa a member. of thee $10 or a total loss of the full building value of your investment.
STARKE, FLA. board" and am willing to be J ml wed. by my re*. '
1 thing too, is the fact that children ord. If elected I promise faithful and eon .
I hate the villains shown on the screen, sclentkma service to the duties of th* office
Respectfully. J. U UNDERHILL. Maybe the home in which
; and love and applaud the worthy and you now live is still uninsured -
X11 ? Fire Water Tornado and
the heroic. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER! PI!ST.! I Cyclone Insurance

You may believe It or not, but the I hereby County. announce Commissioner.. myself I' a candidateFor 11tomprsln I is cheap and you can get full protection of your home}

i moving picture is playing a big partIn Brookvr and New River If elect for small
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the future. PHONE 52 rd. I promise a faithful and efficient perform very sum.Phone
shaping Hire of the duties .f the off e.. and wt'limrk
alway for the beet Interests .of the
satin eouDty. Respectfully. I and We Will Call

The friends" of Rev. ., W. Kicklter ask for I
hi. rr-eleetlon. aa a member of the Board. of I
Tampa Tribune: I cannot be deni.vd Public Instruction for district No. 1 or Bractord INSURAIVCE
I m rounty Mr. Kick liter has ,civic the ut
that at the of tho
year moat sattsfsctlon. during the several terms h.
1921( there was a feeling of caution i ias served on the board and we ...""1".. ito
the Interest of the voters and the county
i In the business world, which verged hat a a services be cootln....(..
uncomfortably close to pessimism. .
Hit was not that but it had a tendencyIn *FMtlFRJSrH0Ol7 OARo-lfST. N*. 3 '
I II I hereby announe myself a candidate I formember FIRE LIFE
that direction. which might easily j : of-I the, school' board' district: .No. .K. ACCIDENT HEALTH AUTOMOBILE BONDS
''n "f .
Cle e .. ..
-'J! a t *t Ie ttl.
.. a any untoward e-, anc.& Luckily itotn-1 i ... .l 01 .y ability. I solicit the ....1. of even r
,I Democrat In the primary to be held June ord.. -j IIII
of that kind happened and the ,, .. ,, J. WYNN.
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