Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
March 21, 1924
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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PLANT CITY Mar. 14.-Unless Remaining Lateral Roads Plans for the forthcoming banquet ,
', Jr. and Mrs. Polly Tickk" will been I Mrs' D. E. Knight delightfully entertained -
better weather shortly the G 154th!
appears given by Company infantry,
for the benefit of the building the reading circle of tho I
strawberry crop is about all in. Receipts for the and Invited !I
and of the Woman's Club. FridayenDing Thursday were lighter than I company guests: Methodist missionary society! Monday

March 28th, at the club for any day since the first of the year. Tentative Plans Being Made to have been completed and WoitnosOuy i afternoon at her home on North

1 .e. The entertainment will befgiven Today will witness heavier shipmentsthan April :2nd! is tho day designated for Walnut street.

under the direction of Mrs. E. ( yesterday, but nothing like what Improve Other Roads of County ,the event. Among tho guests to be : Tho lessons on mission in India was

Johns and her committee, and al / would have been if the recent storm present on tho occasion from out of ,
the -- led by Mlsa Amelia Ray, and the
[those who attend are promised,
had not damaged the fields. the city are Adjutant General J.I I
.uir of their life. that if Bids were opened Tuesday after- Road No. 11 runs from Starke to at the clone of the lesson Mrs. W. K.
Some of the growers say Clifford R. Foster, of St. Aiiiruatino,
Get ready to laugh 'cause 'tis they could have good weather from noon by tho county board of bond the Clay county line, known as the Col. Raymond C.'Turck, commanding Middleton talked on the subject of the

surely a scream, now till the middle of April they trustees covering the remainder of old Green Cove Springs road. officer, iSlth! Infantry" N. <( Ir. and Mrs. Polly Tlckk marie a could deal of fruit. lateral roads in the system of county Road No. & starts on road No. I
mature a good ; Major J. II. Spongier; U. S. preachers of the Methodist church.It .
good team. Messrs. Adams & Sanders, near J. M. Brownlee farm and runtto I
l< Others take a more gloomy view, and highways. property and distributing oflU'er, St.
he little Tickks too lend much of wide were Long Bridge, connecting with road was decided that the society mnke
intimate that they are going to plowup I road men experience, Augustine; ; Major A. A. llnll'mim, tI.R. .
and fun bidders the amount of No. 3.Ron.t. a special offering! for this fund at
joy the successful ,
; somethingelse.
their fluids and plant to army, St. Augustine; ('apt., J. L.
ow Senator Highbrow carries her their bid being $80,108.92.Nine No. 6 starts on the Lake their' next circle meeting
the fruit
The plants as well as Ballard, I). S. army, Comp" Johnston
During the social half hour Mrs. A.
Butler road the creek
road contractors presentedtheir near McKinnoy
gun were damage _by: the downpour of f !Former officers of the local company -
111 I .Bridget O'Brien takes her in last Sunday. The continued cold bids for the different projects and rubs to and through New River and business men of Starko Z. Adktns and Mrs'' E. L. Diggs favorad -

charge, the and coming under this head, covering Rou.{ N,). 7 runs from Rrooker and the company with beautiful voice
checks the growth of plants will also he among the number present -
.nd then the men all want to go to, prevents the ground from drying out. eight roads, with a total mileage of connects with the above road at New at the club house where thebuuqu.t numbers. Tho hostess, assisted by
J. H. Ritch
and Mrs. W E. Miit-
the lodge Many fields are, or have been, part- approximately 47 miles. Three of River. will bo held. Arrangementsfor I
at wifie is learn! to vote and ly under, water. the bidders presented bids on certain Road No. 1 runs from Brooker to the evening have born placed inI I dleton, served" a beautifully appointed -
roads and did not seek the Dukes Kerry bridge near Worthington salad course with cnlTvo and whip-
roam, about designated
Prices are holding steady at the hands of a committee from' the i
[So hubby must darn and knit entire contract. The remaining six Springs.In pod cream.
45 cents a quart, although there is Woman's Club and no better' .
''j and stay home- considerable variation, each way, contractors bid on the total project, addition to the above, work will .ance li. wanted for an The circle members were plonamJ
r The songs they all sing will please from that figure. the highest bid being S. R. Johns & also begin on what ii. known as tho "fowl." .IIRur-1 to have as a guest at this meeting

for : the low Rosier road, which Intersects the Mrs. W. J. Fripp, of Klmiimmea.
you too, Co., Starke, $125.391.05; j uv-j_ __L.M_,t II __
ever a minute will we let you feel est being $86,198.92, submitted by state highway near l.awtey and runs GRAHAM Those enjoying tha afternoon with

blue BROOK Elf Adams & Sanders. The Bryson Live to the Rosier bridge on New River. Mrs. Knight were Mesdames I.. A.

be chorus will add jut world Stock Co. ran a close second, the The bond trustees And that they I Private Davis, A. Z. Adkinx, E. K. ferryman,
r o'Joy Oscar Andreu, of Starke, was a amount of their bid being HG,2'Jt.70! will have on hand sufficient funds duel' Avery, K. Dyad, who in stationed J. H. Bitch, G. C. Sweat, J. W. White,
nt Fort scriven Ga. homo
:With; the dances they do and their: business visitor here Wednesday. or $92.78 more than Adams & San- to the low bids made on the projects i his Is R. ).. Biggs, E. R. Net, W. E. Middle-

'' ways so coy.Vben Mr. Houser, of Hampton, was here in process of completion, for improving on relatives! 'twvnty-duy and friends.Mr. furlough. visiting ton, Grace Ford, F. H. Long, Misses

} dear little Cupid rolls In the Wednesday. ders.The bidders and amount bid other lateral roads of the county, '. and Mrs. I. G. Hurry and Olive and Amelia Ray.

love nest, Little Grace Hazen is very ill at follows: and tentative plans are being madeto daughters Dnrthoa and Thelmiv and Tho next meeting of the reading!

[Oh goodness, oh gracious, you just this writing. We wish her a speedy B. Booth, Roads Nos. 10 and 15, cover the following additional Miss Frances Murrhue spent Tuesdayin circle will bo the third Monday in

watch the rest? recovery. $22,550.50.J rowdn: Hampton[ and Starke. April, Mrs. J. II. Ritch hostess

me sweetheart, coma child, come Mrs. Holloway, of Alachua spent : N. Gilfis, Roads Nos. 2, 10, 15 From the lirooker road near Jas. Murin Ogden and ulster! Muttin --

husband, come wife part of last week here with her and $47,946.90.. Kite's farm to Sampson City. spent Wednesday in Gainesvlllp. NEW RIVER

fe guarantee for you the time of mother, Mrs. Emily Abbott.R. Campbell Construction Co., entire From the state road at Hampton Miss Viola Starling spent, the weekat

1 your life I" M. Gainey motored to Graham project, $95,699.55.Bryson to the Smoker r.a.ln"/lr/ L. J. Wynn's Starko visiting. Miss le sioCraven.Mi.fH Death of W. T. Bennett
Co. place. Tho body of W. T. Bennett was
Live entire
Saturday. project Viola !VvKKi who has been vis-
[MR? ANDREU WITHDRAWSFROM Miss Eome Hazcn who has been 86291.70 From the Brook'r.Worthington ting her sister, Miss! Gracie, principalof Pound dead here Wednesday a. m. by

I SHERIFF'S RACE teaching school at Island Grove has Brown & Co., entire project, $94021.80. ,- Springs road to the New Hope road Live Oak high school, returned! Minor Aliens In the ramp car. Mr.
G. W. Hazrn'a Hennett was here for t.ho purpose of
I I I returned home. near
Friday to visit her brother, Chi'iileyFogg. 1Bennett
Intake this method of notifjyng the i I Ip |: Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Gainey spent S. R. Johns & Co., entire project, Run from the Doan bridge and intersect repairing the Southern railroad. Mr.

''Ubllc that I have withdrawn from !', the week-end in Starke. 12339195. with the lirooker road east of Marvin Ogden spent the wui>k-...nd was complaining Tuesday,

jthejrace for Sheriff of Bradford Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan F. W. Long & Co., entire project, I Brooker. visiting friends at KlngHlnnd, Cm. p. m. with a pain in his head, but not

s jfbounty. I went into the race upon the 1 spent Sunday in Lake Butler with 9722647. Starting at the cross-roads at MI-H. Avery and Lou Dynl worn visitors seriously After his body was-found

solicitation of many of my friends, their daughter, Mrs. John Crews. Adams & Sanders, entire project, Damon's place and run to New River, to Starke Monday. the sheriff and) R. A. Green and Dr.'

since entering the race I have to the of J. H. Middletdn were Imnlt'dint'lylum.-
n4' Vascal Ifazen motored to Worthington $86,198.92. a ppint near place Mr. Adams! was attending to. business -
[taut; with encouragement..from every Friday. C. E. McLeod, all roads except No. Ritch, Sr.I'roICre811. at Hampton. Tuemlay. tnonud and an Inquest wan held and

I hand, but my first duty is to my1ome Mrs. A. E. McKinney, who has been 1. $103,107.50.The on the lateral roads already A crowd of young folks enjoyed a later<< DoWitt C. Jones, undertaker,

and my family has prevailed visiting at Graham, returned home successful bidders will begin let has been slow, tho road dance at the home of Mr. and MM.rM I was called and took charge of the

-oQ;'tne to withdraw from the race. I Monday. work on the roads under this contract running from Starke to Lang Bridge : Pnrrlah Saturday night I body and (forward to the duad mnn'i

(wish to thank my many friends for Miss| Lorene Hazen, whp has been within the next ten days or two being the only one finished. to date, Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Stewart and I home in Mucun, Ga. for burial.

[many encouraging words said to and teaching in the Raiford school, has weeks, according to Mr. Adams. although the Brovker toad, which Intersects Paul and Paul, Mrs. M. C. Abernathyand I

rout me. I am sorry to disappoint returned home. Roads coming under this projectfor the state highway a short !Miss" !Frances Murrhco motoredto !Mrs. Wm. Hodge Is sutTerinir

hem, but I feel .that it is to the best Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey motoredto improvement are as follows: distance south of Starke, is nearing Hampton Sunday afternoon.Mr. from u fall Saturday p. m. which she

i Merest of family to withdraw Road No. 2 from completion. While work is received us Mho walking
my Starke Sunday. runs Hampton to apparently and Mrs Lewis Byrd and, chil- was on a ,

[from the race.Respectfully Mrs. R. A. Weeks and Mrs. John Theressa and from Theressa to the being done on all the roads under dren, of Hum ton spent the weekend plank.

Shriver were visitors to Starke Monday Clay county line. contract held by Mr. McLeod, theyare here with relatives. Mr and Mrs. Mallory Thomas, of

A. O. ANDREU. Road No. 10 runs from Starke and now in shape. where travel I Is dif- Mr. and Mrs I... G. Barry and F.. J. Starke, motored here Sunday and
t II. E. Thomas was a business visitor will connect with the above road at ficult. Rains during the last few Murrhee spent Sunday at the home nt visited relatives.

FOOD SALE SATURDAY to Alachula Monday.Mr. Theressa. weeks have delayed work consider- W. T. Wasdins, near Waldo. !\II'. und Sire J. J. CoNon motored

and Mrs. E. J. Stewart motored Road No. 5 is a continuation of ably. However, it in expected that the Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reynolds, of lo Starko Sunday

The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian to Graham Sunday.Mr. roads two and ten, running: in tho work will be rushed through: to com- Waldo, spent Sunday with his parent I Miss Irma Andrews, spent lAst

church will have a food sale tomor- and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, of direction of Melrose. pletion as rapidly at possible Mr. and Mrs. James Reynolds.L. ''I week In Brooker.

,,TOW (Saturday) afternoon, beginning Starke, were visitors here Sunday.L. G. Barry was a business visitorto !Messrs. Pervls Lewis, of Brooker,
at*t two o'clock, at Hull's store, Morgan was a business isitor to LaCrosse Friday. i and George Rlvrrs, of Starke, and

Delicious home-made cakes, pies, Jacksonville Thursday.R. David Durbin, of I.iwtey, attended Mist Opal Lewis. and Ollie Kelly of
[sandwiches and candy will be on sale. A. Weeks motored to Hampton Bible school hero Sunday afternoon Brooker, and Grit Rivers, of Starke,

bars. John Uglow and Mrs. Barnum Tuesday. warn guests of Mittens Minnie and lye
Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones and Miss
lit Tcharge. WITH WORK ONSTATE lodges[ Sunday.
Bessie Wasdin, of Lawtey, spent
Miss Amy Uenfroe spent the week-:
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Sunday here with relatives.Everett I \
PASS COINAGE BILLWASHINGTON. ,/ coil,! in Lake Butler. .
HIGHWAY Wasdin and sister, Ratcll,
!Minor Allen of Tffton Ga.
and Miss Kathleen Pnckhnm of'
Bridge and :Mah Jonicg Party ,
{ .-The house passed 'Theresxa the here filling/ the place of W. Bennett:
Mrs. D. T. Reamer Keystone spent
the senate bill which would foreman. .
Heights, entertained with a bridge CREWS MOVED\ TO SOUTIITKN PART OF TOWN i guest of relatives and frlemlu.L. .
[authorize coinage of 2,500,000 fifty I T. C. Porter, M. O. Wiggins and
and Mah Jongg party at Keystone GROUND SOFT ON STREETS NORTH OF SCIIOOL G. Barry and daughters, 'ltielmnand
|east pieces to commemorate the Gerald r.rnftnrt end Clarence/ Adkln
Inn, Wednesday afternoon, March 12. i Dorothea were business visitor.
K*$inning of work in 1918, of thecarving I attended the dance at Brooker Saturday I
to the afternoon
of a memorial (o southern Those present were Mrs. V. E. I Laying of the rock base on thoi then work being/ ,done on that stretch, !1 county seat Saturday ""{hl. '

Soldiers on Stone Mountain, Georgia. Winans, Mrs. F. D. Hornbeck, Mrs. I i highway Is going on at a fast clip, and on that account work was started;i I ------.....
F. M. Walrath, Mrs. J. II. Lawrence,
Mrs. J. C. Reynolds, Mrs. C. J. Lawrence considering the adverse weather con- on this nd of tho project. :MAINS 8MOULD UK 4 + 4 + + t + + + t +

+ + + + + + + + +1' !Mrs. C. A. Pangborn, Mrs H. i ditlotls. The rock ha! been placed Eleven trucks are now engaged In FLUSHED OUT OFTEN +

4 + W. Strong, Miss Leonia M. Clark, nearly to the city limits on the north hauling the rock from tho landing + ctunCOMMANDMENTS 'N

+ TEN WAYS TO KILLA + Mrs. C. H. Clark, Miss Louise Hanna, with the exception of one short space I II !station near tho depot to the roadway On the part of the state highway + +
+ Miss Mildred Riesennian, Mrs. Mary I near the high school building. This where! it Is dumped and J spread on the running through town, the contractor, 4 --- +

9+, -the meetings. + li. Dergin, Mrs. J. C. Cardwell, and 'spot was too wet for working at the bed prepared for it. Mr. Gray had rig- I(I Mr.' Gray, has boon using water from + 1. Thou shalt: hAlve no +
Don't to
go Mrs. A. Rohrka te. Delicious refreshments i;<>d to one of the big rollers a wide the city mains in wetting the rock + other clubs before this one. 4'
| time and left to dry out. Up to I Irit.ce '
+ was
2. If do late.
you go go /
3. It the weather doesn't were served in the dining Monday afternoon 70 carloads ot rock of steel, similar mad before r'lIlnaW'dnelltillY on Maillon + 2. Thou fthalt not worship +

+ room where tho tables were decoratedin I had been unloaded and placed, cover- scraper, and thin was pushy l ahead '* street, when the water wa turned 4 any false thing In club life. 4
nit don't.-think going
you, pink and white. of the machine for spreading the on, It appeared like a solid sheet
+ ing a distance of approximately + 8. Remember thy club engagements +
'M If attend meeting
4. a I
you piles of rock dumped from the trucks.Laborers of runt, as It Issued from the nozzle.
+ [find fault with the work of the + I :3,500( feet of 25-foot roadway. As + and keep them on M
then filled! in the small No muter how pure the .water h
+ Mr. F. P. Miller, president of the soon as the rock has dried sufficiently 4 time. 4
4 [ members.
officers and
when it leaves the well it I 1'1 not goodIf
Lawrence Developing Company after holes left and the rock was ready for
4 5. Never accept office, as it + it will be gone over with a scarifier + 4. Honour thy club sister +
It runs for miles through rusty
rolling. This contrivance greatly
spending few at
4'', lit! easier to criticize than to do + a days Keystone which tears up the surface of the + that thy days may l bo without 4
mains, and at some points in town
facilitates of the
spreading .rock
Heights, has returned to his home at
road and it in shape resur
puts + 4
( gossip scandal.
things. or
Meadville, Pa. will doing in a few seconds the work of a the water is nearly always discolored,
4 6. Get sore if you are not + facing. Grading machines shapeup dozen laborers with hand tools. with rust. Flush the mains often + 5. Thou shalt not leave the 81

[appointed on a committee, but + I the crown and the finishing will!! and well.LECTURE. + club meeting while the pro4
Mrs. D. T. Reamer, Keystone The entire of road buildingis .
+ you are, do not attend meet- + be done with the huge rollers, pack- process 4 gram Is in progress. +
4 of the committee. + Heights, entertained with a stag ing the surface into a smooth, hard an interesting ono and well worthanyone's
ngs party Wednesday evening, March 12. surface. time to watch. Mr. Gray FRIDAY EVENING 4 6. Thou shalt not cultivate 4
+l 7. If asked by the chair- + SCHOOL AUDITORIUMDr.
+ 4
of well-trained and a desire for office
has force
work Wednesday a men
4 man to give your opinion on + Crews were put to -
+ 500" Party on laying rock from Call street everything runs like clockwork. Much 4 7. Thou nhnlt not refuse to +
+ tome matter, tell him you I
+ [[have nothing to say; after you + A "500" party was given by Miss south to Madison and on the short of the speed made, in the work is due (I Ira lecturers Landrith, will, one speak of America'sgreat In the 4 take office when asked. 4

4 eave, tell everyone how things + Anna Rohrkaste, Keystone Heights, stretch of Madison to the turn southon to the trained crews and the excellent I' auditorium of the school building + 8. Thou shalt not: at the 4

4 should have been done. Monday afternoon, !March\. 17th. Tallies Walnut where the rock will be laid road building machinery he Is using. 'I' on + eleventh hour begin to do thy 4
Friday evening at 7:43.
4 8. Do nothing more than + and favors were in green and as far as it Is possible to go. Rains All the work is being done under the I + club work. 41
A beautiful flag is to be prnxertedto
4 absolutely necessary, but + white in keeping with St. Patrick's and soft ground on the roadway lead- supervision of both state and County I' the calss that succeeds in gettingthe + 9. Thou shalt not speak in .

4 when members use their abili- Day, and the tables were attractively ing north from town prevented fur- i engineers. greatest number to attend and 4 meeting, even in a whisper 4

4 to help matters along howlthat + decorated with dogwood and wisteria. I I competition is keen among; the + when thy sinter his the floor. +

Il-* the institution Is being + The guests were Mrs. B. Mack. Strn. I WHITE WAY POSTS cable. With the light fixture placed pupils and their friend This flag: + 10. Thou shall diligently *
D. T. Reamer Mrs. W. B. Ingram
-*> by clique. + <
in a 'V
will be by the winners keep these commandmentsthat
STREETThe presented to
they will be two feet higher they
Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.
4 9. Hold back dues or + Leigh, Munger: MaryR. *
your the school, and It Is hoped a rousing + thy club d.iys may bo
I Bergin, Miss Mildred F. Riesen.I now stand, necessitating the cutting
dt Cton't + 4 ">
pay. l lengthened and thy club'sfame
white flag raising will be pulled off when a
iron for the
4 10. Don't bother about + man. Miss Louise Hanna, :Mrs. C. II. posts way away of awning in some places. Supt. ..
flag! pole is erected. There is + spread unto the utterI'
[getting new members. Let +I Clark, Mrs. C. A. Pangborn, Mrs C. on Call street, running from the I Clark is rushing the work on the charge to this lecture, and everybody no 4 most part of clubdom. .t

4 ;eorge" ,do it. + I J. Lawrence, Mrs. J. H. Lawrence, courthouse to the municipal rlant' I white -way as fast as bis other duties + 41'
a, *<_ F M WwM A M.. '"' n w-..,. to...." tw"l..r..H >rt _ ry ....... r t f 4
+ + + + + + + T + .. I .......c, and Mrs. V. ... Wir-..j.I t! ai. being d.., .or' i''>ing the I..J >< "lit up" w..ii.. a .J'rr " I


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FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 112t!

TACK TWO_ .. -
Constipation Cured assessed at the data of the Issuance of cud I

tures-"I can't find a single pin. language with diculty, "Private these acts of piracy, and sent out Habitual In 14 to :21: Days Ii after certificates particularly In the act namra forth respectively, to-wit: h..rt.I"

Where do they all go to, anyway'" Knels, did you take a shower bath ?"'I notification that the unauthorized f-AX-FOS! WITH PEPSN"! is a apt t>claliypreuaredSyrupTonlcLuxaMveforHamjua-. I Certificate No. 104 embraces) Lot T of lllk! !
illegal. I. R A Lola 2. 4. 8. 8 ot Blk. 29 4t Lola X. I .1.1H. i
f f! sJ l lA Second Freshman-"It's hard to Knels (badly frightened)-"No, use of the railway's name was I Ir 10. 12 of Blk. 80 A Lola 2. 4, 6. of Slk' >1\l
in one sir is there one missing?"-Capper's One such notice, sent to the proprietor -, 'Mi&tipatlon. It relieves promptly hu' A Lots 2. 8. 5. 6, 7. 8. 9,. 10, 11 of Blk. K .t.
4 tell, because they're pointed ; .hculd bo taken regularly for I.' to 21 days Lot U of Blk 43 & Lola 2,5.4 8,1.7,8 ,,'
of certain "C. P. R. Barber Lobo 2. 3 I of Blk 25 A lots 8,
direction and headed in another. Weekly. a it Stimulate' ami Blk 41 A I, r' "
. brought the following -I Induce regular 7. H. of Blk. 46 A LoU 1. 2, S, 4 A Fracl I ,
MAN' PA' T r:1w NrINTERCUT C. Shop-Cut Rates, R-K'jIotes. ? Very Pleasant to TellJ 60t.1 8. A A Lota T, 8. 9, 10. 11, 12 of Rlk. 17 ,0 fall
Ever Taking It Straight reply: hilt tie. Blks B9, 88 In New River. See 23-21 Tr'
A WOMAM Want On Want I Idon't uer e. 8 H 20 E., unmaed. Emil Mitchell.
"Deer Sur: I got yure notis.! No. 1(10( embraces Lola 1. 2. "..
but 1 Wife finding husband drunk)- Certificate i,
HALF AS MUCH ASA "No Herbert, I am sorry; ( with big NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEEDVMJF.R 8. A of Blk. 10 In New RI,.:. S.... 23. 'Ft,
to- "John this ia the last straw." want no law soot yure SECTION: 57S OF TUG E. assessed. Hattie CroM.
NIF< p c1ii'7eNT".i f am sure we would not bo happy I I S. R. 20 .
and I don't wan't to painta GENERAL STATUTES Certificate No. 117 embrace Lou 2 A 1 ?
I ,
gether. You know I always want my Husband-"Thass awright, M'dear, company bad Notice .la hereby given that R. C. Helbwger i Hlk 21 In New River See. 23, Tp. e, S. R. _.
the new sine on my shop. Times is N",. W. A I. W. Plnholster.Curtlncate .
own in everything. I never use 'em. Jesh give me purchaser of purl of tax certlllrat E.. D.
way and I large wife and family to 170. dated th. 7th day of June A. D. X897. I No. 118 embrace Fool. Blk t m
got a
I "Buy, my dear girl, you could go bottle. I mod laid certificate offic* and baa New River Sec. 28-24 Tp. 6, S. R. 20 Caaa.ed
were married." . sport. I no yure company owns I made application for lax deed to ".ue In accordance I unknown.
on wanting it we Said certificate embracea Certificate No. 119\ embraces Lots 8, 0 ...tBlk.
1' * For Ills Health everything around heer railroads, I the following with described law. properlY, situated In I 7 In Now. River Sec. 3-24.. Tp. 8. K R[
4 YA. J1sA' I steemers, most of the best land, and' Bradford county Florida I to-wlt: 20 E.. assessed Unkno..n.C.rtlO."te .
That's Different "Well what kind of exercise do you I Half of of Southeast I No. 120 embraces Lots 1. p ri
c the time, but I don't no as you own South S,,,,. 12. Tp.O8l8..11.122 E.. 40( .0.... 1, Blk 8 In New River. Sue. 23-24, Tp. 6 S: :::
dear sir nothing butI asked the warden of the condemned Quarter .
j I Doctor-"l\Iy want? the hole alfabet. The letters on mine The raid land twin assessed. at the date of 20 E., assessed unknown.Certificate

I an operation will save your life." murderer. I I"I'd stand for mother's name in old the issuance of aueh certificate. In the name I,,10 in New River No. 121 Bee.emhracea iM-24. Tp.Lot e.11 S.of R If 20:,'

Patient-"What will it cost '" like to skip the rope."" I my of F H. Brown (trustee) shall ba E.. assessed. unknown.Certificate .
. ireland-Christine Patrica Reardon, Unl a> will II."th-; : I No. 122 ambracea Lot 3 of I)1A);
Doctor-"About five hundred dollars I according to law tax deed
12 In New River, Bee 23-24 Tp. 6, S. R 2"
and what I want to no is what you I on the 14th day of A. D. 1U24.Witncai .
A Arrll. assessed unknown.
4/tN ." A Good System .. and aaal thla E.
I I my 123 embrace Lot 8 of Pllt
to do aboutt it. suppose Certificate
goin' .
atlent-"Dut I have only a hun- "How do you keep your hat lookin are you won't argue that the balans of th. 11th day of March. W.A. D.ALDERMAN 1924.G. I,E.14 in auasedvunknown.Certificate New River. 8...... 23-24, Tp. 8, B. R il'

dred dollars." BO fresh" has (Std) Clerk Circuit Court. No. It* embraces Lot 11 of n'y.IX : .

New Kind of Lighter Doctor-"In that case, lets try "I've had it cleaned twice and once my got to sine do what anything refers with to yure cut rates railroad. 8-14-ot-4-ll By C. A. Deputy KNIGHT Clerk., I, E.. In nRseesfMl New River unknown.Certificate Bee.. 23-24. Tp. 6, S. R. M

what pills will do"SUCCESS I it in restaurant." No 12B embracea Lola 8, 9 of niIff
exchanged a
Judge (to burly negro arrested as a . I There ain't bin any cut rates around 1II STER'8 SALE In New River S.... 23-24. Tp. e. S. R. ."
and found by the these heer that I nose of."" Notice .la hereby .given that under and by I, E.. assessed unknown.
suspicious person * parts virtue of that final drcroo of fiirmlonuro. Certificate No. 12S embraces Lots 1. 1 r'Blk.
officer to be corylng a brick in his -Judge..e. made and random! on 18th. day of Feb A. D. 21 In New River. &-0. 23-24, Tp. e. S R _r>
In Good CompanyIt 1M24.\ by lion A. V. Long Judge. of the I'E.. ".......01 unknown.
coat! packet)-"What were you loafing 'Tia the crowd who quits to misfor- Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford Certificate No. U7 embrace Lota 10. 12 of
around with a brick in your is related that a certain im- Same Thing County, rlnrlda. In that certain cause wherein I nik 27 In New River. Sec. 2324. Tp. 8. S. IIi
tune, 1. \\ainrluht .. complainant, and W. I i 20 E* assessed unknown.
pocket for /" petuous president of the. United First Flea ''Been on a vacation?" K. Green la defendant, the underalitred will Certificate No. 128 embraces Lot. e. 7. 10
Tla .the knave who changes. each offer for tale and will sell to the hUiheat and ,,12 of Hlk 28 In New River S 'Madge, I'BO a law abiden' ciizen. r day I States, finding himself near a private Second Flea-"Nope, been on a beat bidder for cah In front of the Courthouse S. R. 20 E. assessed unknown.
Slarke. bradford County. Klor- Certificate No. 149 embracea tots I. 3. ft ,'
"ah which ?
Why, Jedge, in pained surprise, Tin the fool who wins half the battle, asylum of many complaintshad : tramp."" -Associated Growers. Ida, on'rruJ: the 7th. day of April: A. P. : nik 20 in New River. Roc. 23-24. Tp. 8. S R
just carries dat brick around ter light I been made, determined to investigate C. 1024, during the Ivgul houra of ale for the 20 E.. assessed unknown.
To throw all his chances away. of antfxfyinK naid final decree, the Certificate No. 110 embraces Lot 11 of !n< ,
matches: on." I in person. A burly keeper appeared -. Agents Can't Be Trusted SurpOHe.. described real state :lying and w'rt I In New River, S..... 23-24 Tp. 6, 8. R. _',
. There I is little in life but labor behind the gate, but made no 1 ing in Bradford County rturiila( '- 130.. assessed unknown.
:. Agent-"When are you going to The SWVi of the SWU of S,... 81. Townnhip, I Certificate No 111 embraces Lot 1, 3, B < '
s Too StrenuousA Tomorrow may prove but a dream; attempts to open it. machine I sold 5. 3. Range 22 East Fend Hlk. ill in Ni.w River. See. 23-24. Tp
pay for that sewing I R. A. GREEN S. K. 20 E., nsftesned unknown.Certificate .
housewife was showing a Success! is the bride of Endeavor, "Open tho gate, demanded the ?" Special Master. i No. U2 embraces Lota 7. 12 ..'
young And luck but meteor's gleam. I president. you E. M. JOHNS Blk. 82 In New River S new and inexperienced colored maid a I Mrs. Deerie-"Pay for it? Why, Uolicitor for Complainant, 8-7-61.4-4 20 E. assessed unknown.
"What d'ye want ? demanded the I I Certificate No 1'H: : embrace Lot I of Til.
i around the house, explaining the various The time to succeed'is when others, you said that in a short time it I 31 In Now River. Sec. 23-24 Tp. 6, S. R J i",
duties that would be hers. In an keeper."I would for itself.-Kansas City BILL TO QUIET; TITLEIn E.. ........d unknown.
show of tire-- pay
Discouraged, traces want to come in..' : I Circuit Court Bradford County Florida Certificate No. 134 embracea All Blk. i:
upper hall they came suddenly to the The battle is fought in the home- Star. In Chancery IK. In New River. Sec. 23-24. Tp. 6, 8. R. 2)")
I "Well, you're not comin' in"The i C. A. Kennedy. E., assessed. unknown.
head of the back stairs and the lady
stretch, stiffened. "I the Complainant. I Unless said certificates ahall ba redeemed
said: "Nancy, you will go down thisway 'twixt and wire. president am I He Won, Of Course v. I according to law. tea deed will luus thereonon
And won the flag president of the United States," he Columbia N. Payne, et all., the 14th day of April A. D. 1924.
always! I Senator Edwards, of New Jersey, Drfendanta. I Witness my official signature and seal the
-John Trotwood Moore.
I announced. To Columbia, N. Payne, ..h... residence la 8th day of March A. D. 1924.
'r. And with that the little mistress .r the Leviathan.
tell that before told a story on unknown defendant O. W. ALDERMAN.
slipped l and turnbled going all the "Why didn't you me Greetlnga. : You are hereby required to fee I Clerk Circuit Court.
a ?" he said. "Come right in. "Two famous debaters were to and appear before the judge of the circuit By Rrndford County Florida
way down, with many lurches and Doing Unto Ills Neighbor .1 debate," he said, "on the question of court fur tho eighth Judieialelrcua of Flor C. A. KNIGHT, ,
You'll find Napoleon, Cleopatra and ida., in and for Bradford county, on Monday.the Deputy Clerk.
bumps. which is the more valuable sense, the 7th day of April. A. D. 1024, at the courthouse
there the left
kid! the VIII to
yelled Henry over
"Hey, game .
The new maid was aghast. In said county In Starke. Florida to I MASTER'S SALE
the of smell.
C .I.IC FLife. sense of taste or sense answer bill of complaint, exhibited againstyou
warden, appearing suddenly i -arm a Notice I Is hereby given that under and by
"Mjr Ian', missy! Ah'm afraid ahwon't An audience In .ald court by E. A. Kennedy
fisherman C. a thousand} strong virtue of that certain Final Decree of Foreclosure -
above the .
young. The Bradford County Telegraph, a weekly
suit Dat ob made and rendered on Feb. 18th.
you-all. a-way "You are fishing for trout It Rare Birds gathered< to hear them. newspaper published In Stark. Bradford I 1924, by lion. A. V. Long, Judge of the
goin' downstairs am a heap too strenuous "Well the smell man spoke eloquently county. Florida la hereby deilgnatrd aa the Eighth Judicial, Circuit, in and for Brad.
Don't you know they are not inS Pedantic Gent-"What: is that newspaper In which this notice shall be published ford County[! Florida. In that certain cause
to' me. I( for two hours, and when he I for eight consecutive weeks. ;: wherein the Federal Land Bank of Columbia.
. season 7""Sure ,: strange bird, my man?" The land described In the bill of complaint corporation. Is complainant, and W. KEdmondson. .
," replied the youth, :I I Longshoreman "Why that's a finished the applause was thunderous.Next In this cause, the title to which la sought. to a Cora Edmondaon his wife. D. G.
be quieted agalnit the above named defendant
of Course and Lake Butler National Farm Loan
Why, the taste man arose. Kelley
41 "but when it's the season for halbatross." ia. particularly described aa follows, to-wit: Association I a corporation are defendants
"With all due deference boy I .1 "Bring me a whisky and soda," he Th. East Half of the Southeast Quarter. of the undersigned will offer for .ale and will
my trout they ain't around and I I
"A: rare avis, isn't it? 1 Section 24 township 8 South of Kara 22 sell to the highest bidder for cash In front
really think our English custom at C when it ain't the season there's "We call it a halb tross."" shouted EaHt. all. In Bradford county. Florida. of the Court house door In Starke. Bradford
Witness hand and seal of said court
telephone is better than saying lots of 'em. If the fish ain'tloin' I "The drink was brought;\ to him, this the 6th my day of February A. D. 1924. County. Florida on Monday the 7th day. of
"Yes, yes, but I call it a rare avia! I I April A. D. 1U24. during the legal. hours of
'Hello] amber-colored, sparkling He tossedIt O' W. ALDERMAN said Final t
do the of satisfying
as eel for
you to obey the rules I ain'teither. purpose
( just as I would call you a genus Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County Florida the following described red estate. ,
"What do you say in England 7" ." homo." I off. Then, smacking his lips, he Decree 1 lying and, being. In Bradford County Florida.

"We say: 'Are you there ?' Then,, handed the empty glasses disdain IS..1)) By C. A. Deputy KNIGHT Clerk. to.wit. E" of the S'f. 4 and the B "Oh, do you? Well, I call It a SWU of Bk'/4 of B. Township 7.
of course, if you are not there, there S. fully to his opponent. E. M. JOHNS. ''South. Range 21/ East. NH of the NVi ofNWi.
halbatross I would call I Solicitor 2-8Ot-4'4
for Complainant
just as
youa of Section
of the
and the NVV NEVi
'You smell it he said.-Atlanta -
i' Is no use in going with the Board ,
on con. Fine blooming idiot."-Tit-Bits. NOTICE 8. Township 7. South Rang 21 East containing -
f'i .versittlon./ I "Kate, tho hash was very much like C. Constitution. STANDARU WOVEN WIRE FENCE I 140 acre more R.or A.lea*GREEN..
.C. Scaled bids will\ be received by the board of Special Master In Chancory.
sawdust this morning. Very Sad Bradford Florida, at
I bond trustees of county M. JOHNS
Then Battle
? 'ThouKhtlntI1e"Why "I know it, sir. The missus said to A teacher said to his class in the Began the Starke office Florida of the until secretary 2:00 of o'clock the board p., ''Solicitor for Com>>lalnant 173t4.4ORDER

hasn't daddy: much use all that was left of the planed English composition: "Did I ever tell you what a frightI I April B. 1924. and at that time publicly. FOR PUBLICATION 1 '
for furnlanlno f. b. Starke Fla.
opened o.
*; hair/" steak." "Now I wish every member of the got OIL my wedding day? I 1 ear fence wire 6x12x44 I inch combination: In Circuit CI..ulBradford Court. State of County Florida In, Eighth Chan-
"Tut tut man should not 'wrapped. Judicial
.C. ;
1 t;, Mather "Because he thinks a lot, I class would write out a conversation you I Bidden submit e. prices cery.
speak that of wife. Itlo : or'.t.O: F. P. Flume. I
darling!" An Uncensored Opinion between and of his way your of wire is proposed to the
a grocer one
-Michigan Gargoyle. ,amount they will load In car. I Complainant.vs
74 Eflfle-(pause)-"But why have you "Willie, can you tell the elms what I customers, introducing some pathetic . I The board. reserve the right to rejoct any Anna Coshatt 1 I I
and ali bid.
#, got such! a lot, MummieMother"Getonwithyourbreak-'" shape the world is '" incident or reference." I I W. E. TOnODE. ,I Defendant\

"I'a says it's in a hell of a shape. Among the compositions handed In Installment Plan Attest C. A.: FUTCH Chairman Pro Tem. bill It filed appearing In the by above affidavit stated: appended cause that to Anna the

fast! I 11" .C. was the following: Ann "The man I marry must be I 'Cu.hat!. the defendant therein of Florida named and, la she a
of state
mm-resident the
. With! Apologies Tn W. H. C.Bi'hoUl "What do you want?" asked the able to put the world at my feet"Dan"Well I Is H resident of 3J2 Van Vast Avenue Belle-
OF APrilCATlOV FOR Jefferson county Kentucky and I I. over
I have $25 in cash. I vue.
Heal Appreciation the fisherman, he rises up merchant. TAX UFH: I'NOFR SECTION: B7J the sue of years ; it la. therefore
SC. Will you be satisfied with Russia and I. OF TUB GENERAL STATUTESItereby ordered, that said nun-ramlent defendant be
T a "I Iihve Just called in to say hov early in the morning, and Is hereby required to appear to the nil!
much I appreciate your treatment' He awaketh the entire household, The woman replied, A pound of dermany for a starter? notice la l.n: : ; R. II.numbereirespeenvely Smith: of complaint filed In said cans on or before
"" C. I nurCHfiser of tax I Mimdny. the 7th day ot April A. D.
Doctor." mighty are his preparations; tea. 104. ice 117. I1H tin 1JO. 121. lll'JI.: otherwise the alienations of Hid bill
Always Selfish 123, 133. 1:4. 11S.! 1.0.I 1 1.17. 1211. U'J. 110 131 wll !Ike taken as confessed by said defendant.It .
"Green black ? asked the
' ]Jut I am not your doctor, young; He Kaeth forth full of hope; when the or merchant I I, 181. 183. 134, issued by the tax collector elI Is further ordered that this order be
tminl" I day is far spent! An elderly German and his wife 1 I Bradford county Florida. Said sertlflcatea publ shod once a week for four consoeiitK.wwkM ,
i 1104 and 106 being dated AUK. 2nd, A. I). 1UJO. in the Bradford County kKraph. n
"No. But you were tny old. uncla's, '' He returneth smelling of strong "I think 111 take black," laid she; were much given to quarreling. One ,' and said ccrlinoutni 117. IIS. 111)) 120. 121. newspaper published. In said county and state

and I am his heir!" drink, and the truth is not in him. "It's for a funeral." day, after a particularly unpleasant I 1122.1.12. 1.13 123. and 134. 184 121)being 120. 127 dated m July. 120.4th 130.A.131.D. I Till. 1 February l8! O.1924.W. ALDERMAN.

S. C SHe . scene, the old woman remarked witha 1021 and have filed flald certificates In myoltt.e (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court

Deceiving Symptom. Didn't Take It Who la the Infringer sigh:. "Veil, I vish I was in to Issue and In have made application the law.for tax deed By C A. Deputy KNIGHT.Clerk
I I .tI'ft"ct.n'p::: the K A. GREEN.
l embrarca
heafen! Said c v
"Are you o messenger boy'" asket d A sergeant, in one of the camps In the Canadian West some business following. lands in Bradford county. Florida Solicitor. for Complainant. 2-29.3t.8-2-

r the near-sighted man of a boy in tie n during the late war was in charge ofa men often try to lend prestige to "I vish I vas in a beer garden!" i I

street \ detail of prisoners. He receivedorders their establishments by affixing to I shouted her husband. I

"No, Sir," was hte indignant reply) ", ti> see that everyone took ac1bath their firm names tho initals of one of "Ach, ja!" cried the old wife; always '

"it's my sore too that makes me wall on certain days. Upon askingthe the big railways. One often sees you try to pick out the best for :ti7'Aii'tiirire: ::':n.:

BO slowly.I various prisoners whether they such signs as "C. P. R. Tobacco i I, yourself'I" "
. had followed the order, he received Store," "G.' T. P. Poolroom," "C. N. R. Ili!' C. ---

Mixed Directions replies in the affirmative. Finally he I Boarding House." etc. The Canadian Tastes Differ

First Freshman (putting up vie_ asked a foreigner who spoke our I Pacific recently took official notice of I Reverend Mr. Ham had preached a

.. .... ..- .. .. -- .- '--'- I| stirring sermon. An old negro who I
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: :' name met him the next day and said: \

e T--- !| "You ho" is a big preacher, but 1 s
.1 A RIFT IN THE CLOUDS ,j what you say yo' name is?" I II

I I "My; mme in the same as the best I

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f answered affably.A I ..WNNM.........
day or two later the darkey met

: the preacher and dotting his hat with I ;'
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TI-: ; -- SQ2IPiQ low bow said: "Howdy do, Mr. I II
Chitlinr !"-Progressive Farmer. '.

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French woman proud ot her I

.H I I limited knowledge of English and an The Greatest Tribute to Buick

American d woman proud of her ,

limited knowledge of French, met ata

.... sociable. The French woman instated Wherever you go, people take Buick

on expressing herself in bad quality for granted They accept it, like
I English and the American would talk
\ nothing but bad French. At last they any established fact. There is an ex-
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arose to go."Reaervolr. cellent reason for this. For twenty

," said the fair Ameri-

years Buick cars have given thoroughly

H Hr can."Tanks," responded her new friend. dependable, satisfying and economical

..,\ .. Yllee'' Cu,c.. in o to i! Uays performance to Buick owners every-
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\ caura no great suffering or inconvenience { -J4-l-N

q but it is tho one com in ten that

"'. causes !blood poisoning Inckjaw or a
, j chronic fettering sore. The cheapest, LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY
' safest and bent cnur U to disinfect the
: J M. Snutl:, Manager
wound with liquid IkiroioDe and apply
the lloroiono I'owdor to complete the Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties

healing: pnxvss. Price (liquid) SOc 600
t' 1 III and $1:()., Powder 30o and 60
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[} News of Florida fn Short Paragraphs *i Doctors 7.. !l lI I REVIEWSt. i building Fort Pierce-Contract proposed let l for con- joint receivers to take charge of th..

." '-0 ....-." ._.,..............-....."...--..............-.....- r Peterllburll'-.WUl'k on new struction of Fort Pierce inlet and properties. Thy will sell nil fro n\ I
I i I :itsCT {iI Catholic church und school building hatbor. producing wells pending final < -tilouient -

I Live St News to be under way soon. Arcadia-Establishment of cooperative of pie Kovvrnment'i suit im

L" j I St. Cloud-Construction of new poultry farm and hatchery annulment of the lease of the ,
"" 11.i.___ >.. I forRAeametinn school planned. re'll'r'I
i high building completed. I to Harry Sinclair and] the Mammoth
Told Our Exchanges. Sprains Jacksonville Orlando-Contract let for
by 'Sore Throat -Site being cleared i construction -
CkJilaimt Etc. Oil Company.ItUNGSTAKTEUit.
T., S Wed..i..k.nn.M".n. for erection of new Florida Paper j of new high school at cost
S ay.s """itnntr IJninmiit\ mat ....II.n. Mills company plant.St. I"f| $101,037.
frinnmnmi In mr yrsSic.' I le.. IS NAME
r new 63-room hotel to cost $200- I The Florida West Coast Railway O4 nwrwJ tt ft* KhMimittunn ftJ cT ft a<*Hrl Sprain..." *..(c and it Lucia county pineapple growers (i New Port Hichey-Gulf Utilities
iOOO: is to be erected at Miami in near Company, under a charter granted I in '>r. J. t, norm ",hl..t, N C -'*".,-. 11II preparing for shipment of largest I company to build new storage house, GIVENKt: SUPt'RTEIt311'ayno )
l uture. The building: will be fives 1921, organized at a meeting of its I .re.n'...'..n.rtp.n.nn Umment 1 U w,Ih I >..*y..(that r.._M..I*r alran.for crop produced in several ye.ars. with 60 tons ice capacity. -
pries high, of Spanish architecture. directors in tho office of Duncan & :;:::;;;ilwil J. KM'ttmc 1 b.... .Tcr tri.... 1 ufUo Inverness! -Plans being rushed for I Bunnell-Construction of now Hun- Whoi-ler Thus Characterize
Ham!in at Tavares. M. D. Kelly, of I>r.rot W A lToetf, ..Riitnor, Kv -"ft.-- .._ erection of new $100,000 hotel. nell high school building being Congressmen
i I' wit-fit ib tuura I uw it ... bo,_
Fire destroyed the Queen Theatre, the Franklin Company, was elected 'lik it." !\Iontverll.-Work I on new addition rushed -
a motion picture house In Fort president, Grosvenor Dawe, vice"I FREE wekwnl' alroamrm\ '$'. iN mold reN..rant ; Montverde: school completed. West Palm Dlach-I..ocal gas plant WAI'IIIING'fON.-"The llfy bun -

Lauderdale. The blae was laid to president, and L. A. Whitney, sec .d'tlm' .ntji.,.'tai r..rll..k UP(,lea Nuflim<'ml, fl i,illrv,tnrnt Lynn fur fAmily lit', I Plant City-Contract let for construction | sold to Wagner company $715,1)00) to : startt-r i I..* tho name given by

snare been one of the most spectacular retary-treasurer.: .j eolt 25c wmshh-' 1:0.SOc Hni.H'n- $1.00 N \' I of 19 miles of Plant City- be spent for extensive improvements. I Wayne B. Wheeler, general roundel
Iii years Coronet road. 1: Lakeland-Business streets to be of thu Anti-Snloan League to tho

Plans for orderly marketing of the I Sold by Drag and General i toreasondby Juc" sonville-Florida Kn"t Const i widened. fifty members of tho house, Including

The two-day meeting of business citrus crop at prices which will give I 1 MEXICAN ;asI railway, bridge being rushed to completion { Tallahnsiic-Leon county lumberproduction Representative Stephens and Sherwood -

en, citrus growers and shippers the grower as well) as the shipper a I with force of 270 men andpitsroll :1 increasing rapidly. of Ohio, who have signed' around

closed after April 0 had been fixed as ( fair margin of profits was announced I of $11,000 every two weeks. I'enllacola-Constl'uction of bridge robin pledging their supjiort

be date for the general convention as the purpose of a meeting of three I I II :\lulml-FloriJ. Canal and Transportation ', spanning Encumbin river progressing I to legislation restoring beor ami light

-be held at Orlando. interested in the solution of the :|yiHrKlEN i company to widen East rapidly. wines

state's citrus problems which openedat Const canal to 50 feet, freight and i )Fruit packing houses in St. Lucid
ll ijPalatka is to have an industrial Bartow under the auspices of S. L. I I paisongvr serico to be pilt Into county making Hhipmimt of ill) to 70 ,

bank, making the fourth bank in the Holland, president of one of the operation between this point and cars of citrus fruit each week. i
It.:city: charter havingbeen granted to luncheon clubs which sponsored the ): through swollen i rcokand ..Iiifksunville.Tiimini Sl'abrl'zl'(35UOO bond issue for WASHINGTON.-The treaty between .
1, I agents : thu-k swamps, federal tho United States and Great
r: movement. -Repairs on bridge( spanning municipal improvement! pro[>ollrd. I
< working nut of the olllees of Itritflln authorizing search and seiz-
Cornparry Alaftii l\Iilton-JIew; (
; ; river on liayshoro road 45t5X( ( bridge apun
J. G. DuPuis exhibited at the Dado r I1 A. Iliizcltiiif, divisional prohibition completed. fling Yellow river nearing completion. uro of suspected liquor craft beyond i

>,: he debating team-of New Smyrnah county fair a white belt Dutch cow, chief of Jacksonville, seized 100-gal- Vernon-New weekly paper to. be Cnpitola-$200,000 lumber mill to the three-ill limit was ratified by
gob school won in the preliminary 12 years of age that he claims has ion still and 67 barrels of mash near published Washington county. be erected. the seniit Tho vote, which came f

11 [(debate for the Peabody loving cup, beaten tho record for the amount of Maxvillo, in the Mouth-western part Key West-New hotel building to 1'uvareI.llke Region Abstract after more than two hours of an executivn t

Which is offered annually to the high milk produced and the amount of but- of Duval county. be (erected here. | company purchases silo for erection I session, wits stated unollleiully\ V,

\, [School/ winning in the finals of the ter fat during the past year. The : ;; I I Avon Park-Avon canning factory I! of new building. to bo 6S to 7. l
:V olusia debating contest. under the The dredge Franklin is making 1 Florida citrus '
county test was made supervisionof turning out 4,000 cans of grapefruit shipments so fur
Vapid progress in planting oysters (In effect Nov. 11, 1923)) I'
a standard trial. The records show daily. I this season total 30,751: cars. I _
.; j orida led all the states in the re- that In twelve months she produced I for the state at East Point. Accord Oldtmar-New business block to be Plant City-Armour & Co. purchases SouthboundNo.. 1 reaches Starke at 12:19 I
; newal of American Legion memberships 17,258 pounds of milk and 781 poundsof ing to Shell Fish Commissioner T. R. erected soon. / 1)00)( ) acre tract for large cattle No. 3, 10:5m.\ m. I,

'.i for 1924 and as a result a butter. 'Hodges, the dredge will continue this Fort l'ie1'l'e-"ork well under wayon and poultry ranch. No. 21, Cedar Key, 6:00: p. m, f

','s:,i trophy has been awarded to this work here until the spawning season new $15,000 high school building. The world's cotton crop for 1923.4 No. 15, Limited 1:16: p. m.
i j rstate by Past National Commander'Henry I Julian Hoard, county judge, was in the latter part of April or May, Umatilln-Plans being mndo for I now estimated, by United States NorthboundNo. !

!' D. Lindsay. asked to appoint a lunacy commission and then will move possibly toTampa erection of new hotel building Department of Agriculture ut la-! reaches Starka 4:15: a. m.

----- to examine into the sanity of !Mrs. J. Bay, or some other point where most Palm <"ity-Extensive municipalimprovement 12.1,000)( bales of 478 pounds net; No. 4, 4:20: p. m. !

'\ ,The much contented will of Richard E. Winchester and her daughter, Eva, needed by the state. * No. 10, Limited 5:07
Croker, the late Tammany hall chief, 16-year old girl held in jail at Tampa States is 10,0X1,0X10 bales. Wannva Branch : p. m.. I

which has stirred courts of two continents charged with having caused the deathof The Florida agricultural department Fort Myers-Ansley estate tract No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45: a. m. I

"' was received from the court of Mr. Winchester at their home is preparing something new-at sells for $100,000, now owner to No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m. :
the' king's bench at Dublin, to be near Seffner. A petition signed by least isuing from state departmentsIn HalfyoutlivingWfhouf upend $50,11t)! to develop Into sub- T. J. GRIFFIN, i
robated at West Palm Beach. two ministers, a school principal, the form of information for division. Agent J
a HK _____ and farmer living farmers It is a dairy handbook that I Plant Total ,
railway agent, a Money CbsJ City- of 2j() tlJtI! : l
{The spring examination of ap- near the village was presented to the will be ready for distribution in quarts of berries shipped from this I
j'plicants: for admission to the bar ofrk. judge. about three months. The book is now You inn make/ II asllv at home. point this season.I'enncoluConstruction. I Daugherty Counsel f I IFormur

f< thei}State of Florida will be held by being compiled, under the direction of Hastings Soi'dx Plants anti 11111 b.. of new

Vthejsupreme court in Tallahnsse, With five different gangs of workmen Commissioner Mayo, by T. J. Brookn, "The deserlbed Bt.iinlaril' of himSilth. ," are all theatre building progressing rapidly. ,
fully wit II luimlreila of actual
jj,beginning on the morning of Tuesday employed by four separate contractors a writer of great experience. photographic plnures. In the now 1921 Uldsmar-$100,01)0) () (Odd( Fellows
; April 15, it is announced by the I on important highway improvements Seed Book of the Mouth. This new homo planned. 4etl,,. 4 r'r
+ 5court. north south and west of I Florida will join the rest of thu nation Hastings'' Sped (Catalog Is the greatest Electric light and, power companies

----- I New Smyrna, construction work on in observing Forest Protection and most useful Seed Hook ever within next ten years will .null more
{Federal prohibition agents reported these projects is moving along Week, which has been set by President published for tho South You need It, than $ll,0()0l)0ooi() ) ) ) worth of energy,
and we want you to have It entirely
n.he"capture of two stills, one of 1,200 quickly. The! penetration applicationof Coolidge for April 21-27. This the companies. requiring moro than

gallons capacity and tlje other of 800 oil is now being applied to nine will mark the fourth annual observance free.We are also giving to each 1921 $0,000,000,001) of new capital to finance

[gallons capacity, a quantity of mash, miles of the new road west of New of the intensive campaign to acquaint oustomer 5 SKKD; PACKETS of their development.

hlne and other materials, and one Smyrna. While this part of the construction the public with the damage BEAUTIFUL FLOWIiUS: ABSOLUTELY P ll/llJtto--Tri.County Oil company
-an, Andrew Turner, white, after a I of the new road is being caused by forest fires. An area of FHE12. The now 'atalog tells all spudding! In well in Minute county.

[gun, battle near Yellow Water, 1. I Ifmiles I carried on travel upon the road from I about eleven million acres is swept about It and, KIVH.I "rvcry euro for the .IIKmereTrans Florida railroad
the for
consideration of
I buyer purchasing '
,this city to DeLand and Sanford will every year by these fires, it is 'es and planting Hoods bulbs and company. organizing to acquire und 47Al'

'' from Jacksonville. have to be carried on by the way of timated. plants," says the Seed World Re- extend Fellsmeru railroad to Hun Sell

Coy. Ilardee designated Judge J. I Daytona I I, view We want you to have and astiun.
B. Koonce, of the 16th judicial Florida farmers who have organized keep the wonderful now Sued Hook IIstllln--Stundard Agricultural

', {circuit to fix a date for and preside Temporary insanity will be Frank I cooperative marketing and buying In your homo for ready reference at Chemical corporation to erect fertilizer I
all times Write for It now. A post-
J over disbarment proceedings at McDowell's plea for defense If he Is organizations under the term of the plant with capacity of I !>0OOO
card will do It will come to you by 1
Orlando against It. II. Hogan, an at- tried for the murder of his father, act passed by the legislature last return mall, tons annually.

jjoraey. mother and two sisters. This was year, now have an opportunity to receive H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN, t ________ WMK I
learned following an announcementthat aid from tho Federal Department ATLANTA\ | Dltll.LINO OKDKKKII TO I ISTOP .e\ )

trough( the organiation of the M. L. Blanchard, St. Petersburg of Agriculture. The department ON TKAPOT: DOV1K)) : /
I Sen. silmmee Hotel Company, has been retained to i is correlating the various lines A TOINIC | .
a propos- attorney, re-I( .. -- with Paul lowland has bowl
,{-edJ corporation with a capital stock present the 19-year old slayer.I of service work it performs, and al- I drove's r..telea8 chill Tonic restores, '! CHKYKNNK: : Wyo. All drilling retained by Att'y-Gen. IMogherty
3ofA'75,000, all of which will be comJJmon..tock Blanchard refused to reveal by whom I ready i i14 assisting cooperators by Energy and Vitality by Purifying and of tho Mammoth Oil Company; on the .a defense counsel l in tho Senate

it is planned to purchase he was employed, but it was stated making surveys of existing marketing Enriching: the Blood. When you f-el Its Teapot Dome oil reserve halted l and charges hearing. "

,thiTjGreystone hotel, which is thelargest :from an authoritative source that he machinery or improving the old. strengthening.luvltJornllniJ effect, sea how the operation of existing wells re- Hall's Catarrh Medicine

\ hotel in the city. It is under- I will 1 maintain McDowell is a para- It now plan to help farmers' marketIng it brings color to the cheeks und how | duct'd to the minimum deemed "un- Those who ere in a "run down" oondl-
";'stood that the purchase price will be noise. operations all the way through It Improves the appetite, you fill then ,, necessary to prevent less| or damage." nun will notice that catarrh bothers.
$60,000. ______ i I from the: preliminary field survey to appreciate Its true tonic value. under terms of a temporary Injunction rood them linallh much mare Tin than fort when proven thy that ar while In

-jj _____ I Plans. to erect a chain of tourists' ,| the point of reviewing the actual Grove's T014t..less chill Tonic lit simply grunted by Federal Judge T. Catarrh. Is a ronetltutlunei local:: I Alamo.: i ennilltlonH 1C !le greatly "
lnflu nrA liami's population is now 55,262: hotels over the state, beginning with ,functioning of the marketing ma (run and Quinine suspended in syrup. Su Blake Kennedy at the< request of tho MALI/1 CATAUItll I Mlflt>H.-lNK con-
,: According to estimates based on info a million dollar house in Tampa, and chinery.Coldi. pleasant even children like It. The blur United State government. .lal. of an Olnuiniiit which. and ulcklYH"II..v" thn
I l by local aepllrotlun
i<; thation in a new city directory with the purchase of two big St. I I amt needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to 'I Judge Kennedy appointed Itcur Internal' Mnillilnc. .a'1 nnl. which a..I.l l.
CatifO ( rnfluenzn .
it. Mularial! il altliHole
turich Destroys the Oanvral
i that'has just been placed in circulaties' Petersburg hotels, are announced, by { jnrmi un : Admiral Joseph Straus, ll. S. N., and In Improving] by'ilruKKlxt tar uvrr *, Years.i' .
LAXAT'T I ARc'n r'-flivKT": !If u -C"'rov*my> Grip germs l.y Its Strengthening 1"t0"!
,; : This ia an increase of 4,150 Frank Fortune Pulver, ownoV-nnd op-I CAW''. 1. -'', 1 r,1... .turn' :IT.'t ,11<'- I A. K.: Watts, vlei'-presldent of the J. Cheney A eu. Tulnda. Ohio,
over. the population of 1923. The orator of the Detroit Hotel, at I' \'; I
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.(population included in the new Petersburg, following the purchase i

Iume includes ail contiguous territory last week of a large business. lot in [ l ,nf WELL FOR. 600WJC'yS\ I'M soar eecAi: !: YOU TOLD I

subject to directory canvass. Tampa. | HOMESWEET | AKES WHY ALL THE I MR '
fine negro convicts escaped from a More than a million and a half I 4VCxttl
L The Teapot Shrug'' i PEEVED A6A1// ? OlM' Of AAV
,'jro-d_ camp near Columbia Springs according dollars was paid into the variousfunds I Iol
< (
to advices received at Gaies- of the state treasury durinir a I HOME 'f'o

lai Sunday, which stated that three February, according to the monthly
were believed to have been wounded statement of receipt, disbursementand I II -
Ii I
_when a guard fired on them as they I balances of State Treasurer J. U. -

rail Their escape was effected by Luning. The receipt exceeded di I i Hear, She WMfu & I

{removing n door of the building in burse men ts by$300,000 and left :i .s Ahead

i:|wl' $h they were confined. Bloodhounds balance on hand at the close of IHI--I '- I of You

{ were sent from Gainesville ness February 29, of $2,810,2191! I 1', 4fr a ,

track them.By"a as compared with closing figures for I A : wn : I i
of :
January J,5153a7.f.C.! I by
/ | majority :!nearly 4 to 1, the

j Lakeland special road and bridge At a meeting of the Range Cattle TerryCillzn

district voted in favor of (suing $((515WO ,- Association held at Middlehurg, .1. 4 I -4-- j
y .
< tn bonds for building 152 miles of Smith was endorsed for state senator 1

-,'bOulevards around the lakes and important from the Tweny-ninth district, AUTOCAtTia yy? 1 1I 1.I i I

'.' properties, including the Naytlonal comprising Clay and Raker countii .I I

Carpenters' Home. This is in and B. F. Frisbee of Rideout was en- BUT I OlDAI-T. I TOLD YEH ? WELL. YCS-16AID- .... /'
addition to a $100,000 paving contract dorsed for representative. The meeting FUTILE
wen i Mevea HAP to WAS 7Hkr BECAUSE 4UU WERE :.
recently let for 33 miles of additional was largely attended and much
paving within the city, workouTwblch interest was shown. The name of f TASKS
haa been started. E. Wade, who represented Clay Q O
O 6HZ.
-- county at the last session of the i 53 ., "s6S'Ii
i One of Florida's most conclusive legislature, was also presented befon z
jtorie of progress is told in the the association.Joe ::' ; !f farrarae

;;periodical bank statements submittedto -

.. !the state comptroller by the banks Robertson, convicted at the !><. ,.
{organized under the banking laws of cember term of the county court on .1

: orlda. Resources of the institu- charge of violating the prohibit Ii I'
iit ii.s; shown by a combined tabula- I law was so badly burned that he dl' .

ijttonjfef the condition on December 31, I Saturday night at the convict canv> \

902j totaled S1I\02U6.93.\ On I near Palatka. According to statements -
Bisn 8er Urr to Chhoealden& +
-ember 31 1923: had : the convict Bascom p,
they Dec-I by camp official h.
J WM hippy aji jam4 ,
$ftS,009(08) : according to the negro was attempting hum .om the Senate committee .
compiled! by J,. C. Blalock chief his way out of the small isolation <.,.11'' 1eadvised oil II4ft8.! 8 cr1lliDg: 1 ..- COUNTING THSACHC

'gtnrk In the bank department of theI47,406,838,9s where he was confined, the flames got fnalr a cleao'bre-tV1 9U' and wh.a M* a y .i 'rclf( .,.c' IN ..AtI .. .

NIerived hens In i'lorl4a. .-. .
$ ; in twenty-two years. () he was' past human help. i I ..
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(I FRIDAY MARCH 21, 1924 .
,n,. P APS FOUR .. -- I
in the several voting precincts Precinct No. 7, New River, M. L.
THE 'MARION will be open
evening. of the county from March 3 Johns.
Sunday School every Sunday morning 1924. to and Including the 7th day 0'/ Precinct No. 8, Brooker, D. W. Ila-

;( at 10:00: o'clock. Among those registered at the April,, 1924.Particular. zen. *
TJA,{ k Prayer Meeting Wednesday eve- Hotel Marion dorm the past week attention ia railed to the C. A. KNIGHT
"* fact that women who have Supervisor of Registration Bradford
ning at 7:30. were: W. A. McKey, Plnnt City; Lou fore registered In the general election t county, Florida. 2292t.
J'a The Woman's Missionary Society Barber, Norfolk, Va.; G. E. Hendry, books must now register in the pri-

meets the first Monday ... in each R. S. Adams, Ola Sanders, Madison; mary election books, if they wish to
-. H" month. W. J. Shackleford, Lake City; M. A. vote in the genera election... To Stop a Cough Quick:
----I The Reading Circle meets the third F. J. Kunert, Registration in the ; akoE HAYES' HEALING KONEY:
1'Itunes 29 and l )Ofc Spruill, W. D. Owens, books does not qualify a person to
which the b.
medicine stops
.- Monday in each month. D. M. McIntire, J. H, McJunkin, W. vote In the primary elections cough healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissue. 'I
You are cordially invited to attend C. M. Click, Jacksonville; officers have *
R. Wolff registration '
District O-PEN-TRA .
refreshments, which con A box of GROVE'S r
r DEMUREST: JOHNSON i salad, olives, potato I services at this church. Walter M. Nordella Miami; J. II. been appointed aa follows: SALVE for Cb of chicken
sisted W.
I Collins, Atlanta; R. E. Pennell, H. L. Precinct No.1. Lawtey, Croup is enclosed with every bottle ( r
The marriage of Mr. Bob Demorest I chips, hot chocolate and whipped PRESBYTERIAN"But S. C. Stallings, Robert! I !uAYES', HEALING HONEY. The snUliiuld
Brown Williston J.I
Johnson was cream. I ; Precinct No. 2, Starke (north), be rubbed on the chest and thromof :
.' Louise
and Miss V rna Palatka Mr. and Mrs. B. Booth,
; F. Kickliter. children suffering from a Cold or Cr solemnized in Jacksonville, March BRIDGE PAnTY to every man there openethA Leesburg; R. W. Vermillion, W. G. Precinct No. 3, Starke (south), J. The heiillng effrrt of Haye( Healing Honey 1 la.
5th;at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed I. way, and ways, and a way, Guess, T. L. Southwell, Orlando W. Morgan sick tho throat combined with the henlaeci.e.. r
Graham C. B. Rob- O-Peo-Tnta Salve throuilh the pori'a i.
No. 4 trove i
Precinct ,
Rev. R. V. Skip-
in Springfield,
Mott, Twentieth Century card club And the high soul climbs the highway the kla won stops ucoutfh. i
the in the The remedies. packed In one carton and the
performing ceremony erts.Precinct Both are
per by' No.6 Hampton, A. A. '
was entertained Friday evening :so.t of the comblnod treatment U Mo. 1
presence of the family and a few Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs at their And the low soul gropes the low; Futch. Wunt ask your druggist for HAYES :
A : intimate friends. Walnut I And-fn between, on the misty flats, I Precinct No.5, Theressa, C. A. HEALING HONEY. -
1.11'.1! hospitable home on HOTEL I
The bride is the daughter of The rest drift to and fro. I Youngblood. j
o and Mrs. O. C. Johnson, of Americuft, street. ==-- -::.=._. .. !I" --.- ---. --=- -=- : :-- ---- --== J
Ga., and for two years hits been the The first prize, a bud vase, was won But to every man there.openethA I STARKE, FLA. I

leading lady in the Demorest Stock ; by Mrs. N. Sternberg who made high high way and a low, 1 11t. 1d !

i Company. Miss Johnson also has the score for the ladies, while O. M. And every man decideth I Under New Management
"The Inman made high for the gentlemenand The his soul shall go I
distinction of being film star in way I
Center of 1
I was given a deck of cards. The -John Oxenham.
1 11
Paramount picture.
Love Light", a
",. Hr. Demorest is leader of the f consolation prize, a set of score pads Excellent Rooms-Excellent
fell to the lot of Mrs. S. L. Peek. Sunday School at 10 a. m. .
and Meals. >
Stock Company,
orest Dem-j
The hostess served a tempting Preaching Service at 11 a. m. and i'
number of winters has spent his
salad course of saltinea, olives, 7:30: p. m.Cordial. .
tion in Starke at his home and has "Ask the Traveling Man."
invitation to the public.T. .
r chicken salad, cheese ships,
of friends here.
made numbers chocolate and whipped cream. Salted J. HEDGES, I
The Telegraph extends congratula- I -
Minister. .
nuts were served on the
tions and wishes for them a happy
during the game. The flowers used
/i. voyage; on the matrimonial sea. BOA LS-BLAiR
for brightening the rooms were I wish to announceto
nasturtiums. -
4 COMPLIMENTING: : The guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Mr. T. M. Boals, of Strrke, and my friends and --- "

51 MRS. I! K L C II E R N. Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Miss! Thelma Blair, of Luke Butler, that ---1 1l
Stump, Mr and M rs. G. M. Inman, were united In marriage by Judge customers -/ 1

Mrs. Florence Powell win hostess Mrs. Taylor Belcher, Mr. and Mrs. I'S. 'K, A. Green in Starke on March 13th, ISHAM WILSON

4 to the k.: K. Klub Thursday, after- L. Peek, Mr. and 'Mrs. O. 1..1!at 3 p. m. WARMTH'I'
; noon, the affair being complimentaryto Beasley. Mr. Boals is an energetic young colored, is no longer MEAT MEANS

Mrs. Taylor Belcher, of New York, -' business man of this city at present in employ

who Is the guest of her parents, Col. ENGAGEMENT: ANNOUNCED I connected with Young's store his my

and Mrs. J. L. Frazee. bride is one of Lake Butler's most STEIN PRESSING CO.J. TO YOUR BODY

A hand embroidered card table Last Sunday's Times-Union con- charming young ladies and a popular
; f. cover was presented to the club member tained the following announcement, member of the younger set. Frank Thoman, Prop. During these days the right food for your body is all important -

3 holding highest score In the' which is of much interest to Starke They are at home to their many PHONE 52 as it gives strength to ward off attacks of grippe, 'i

bridge game, while the consolation people: Mrs. Ida Wells Tatum an- friends at Flume Cottage on West pneumonia and other ills. Meat..-for instance, furnishes

prize wan an embroidered towel. The nounces the engagement; of her Madison COUGHING RELIEVED the bodily warmth and strength needed to keep the human
honor guest, Mrs. Belcher, was given; daughter, Katherine Lucile to Mr. street.ADAMSWOOD 'The more you cough the more you
Your selection of the best should be
a handsome buffet set. Rawson Jackson Davis, the weddingto strain your throat, lungs and njxtoui. engine going. meats I

I.avender and pink were the colors take place on the afternoon of or liaise pain the by phlegm taking vastly Jimnli'H without. CougQ strain carefully made. In this we offer you---

; -. used in this pretty affair and violets April 23rd, Church of Good Shepherd, Mr. James Cecil Adams and Miss Syrup (I'rooKotcd It is I nootliiuu.hfulinff .
i were placed as favors on each plate Jacksonville, Florida.. Minnie Lee Woods, of the Hellbronn pleasant and effective. seated Best Best Sirloin Steak 30c Smoked Sausage 25e
thing: for Imrklng coiiRliti, deep
t"V -,._..-- '_'_ ____ __. .. ... I section, were married by Rev. C. A. colds, bronchitis, croup, grippe andwhooping Beat Round Steak 25e Pork Sausage 25c I
... -- -- -'--"-- -" -- -- -- ----- --- beneficial
I Crosby on March 4th, 7:30 p. m. at coiiKli. A most Fresh Pork Ham
and safe treatment for children an,1adults. Weinies 25e
ST. MARK'S CHURCH Divine worship at 11 a. m.
the home of the bride.
Siivo' yourself from colds, whole 20c
i The study of Stewardship and Mr. Adams Is one of Bradford coiiiflw. unit sprinnn trouble (let" Souse Meat 30e
bottie of J..o rdi's Cough :SyrupCiuimutud :,! Pig Tails and SpareRibs
The services for the Third Sunday sions bore fruit at the MiS-I county's native who did his II II
sons partIn
( ) from druggist today, Armour'a Clever
in Lent will be at 11 a. m. and 7:3C: the nine weeks' study last the World war, while his bride Is and bring quick relieLREGISTRATION your 15c

%r p.m. more than two dozen men and women the attractive and accomplished Star Brand Sliced Bloom Butter SSe

Any new comers to town would be publicly pledging; themseles to give I daughter of: Rev. and Mrs. Woods NOTICE Ham 40c Kingan' Oleomar-
gladly welcomed. at least one-tenth of their increase toGo They will reside at Heilbronn
On account of the lecture In the <1. This promises much for the Springs. Notice is hereby given that the reg- Kingan's Picnic Ham 20c garine 3Se
istration books of Bradford county
School Hall Friday evening there will future of the church and its activities. _.-
be only a short service. Others will take their place with this --- -- Visit our market and see the variety of meats we

F' A Ten Day Mission is being held band of tithera, and we are looking carry for your table. Our guarantee assures you of

in the church at Chtineavillo. Per for a majority of the membership e their freshness, tenderness:: delicious flavor, quality

hapa later a special preacher may: pledged' to this Scriptural return to and beat selection.Variety.

'a visit us.Lalit .night we had a dream. An God.The pastor will preach. at the Meat Market

angel hovered over the village of: morning,, service on "The Church and
Tour children'sfood
r '. Starke, and took careful notice of Its: the Times." ,

v doings. It rend tho thoughts of the Senior, Intermediate and Junior B. Meats
t people, especially the church mom Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. m. I
:' bcrs. It notlcud that, as a rule, they;' I An evangelistic service will be conducted Next Door to Bank of Starke Phone 124Here !
;, were well-meaning unit, religiously In-"I by Dr. Bullen, beginning nt
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clined. Also there was a follow-fcel 7:30.: The topic of the sermon will bo =-= ;
.4' ing such that no en HO of real neoc "The Great Proclamation." Bring :

was ever neglected. They were pa- the family and friends; and shorn in -

?. triode people alive to the questions of, the blessings God, is sending upon us. 1

the day. Hut the angel saw one du .

V feet. EvtHry religious; body acted ell unclI OF CHRIST The foods your childreneat .- \ t
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along its own line as if it was the only today determine their
church "Why I Love the Church," will be ,
in town. There was little )
strength and: health in later
ti. evidence of community life. It flew subject of the sermon next Sunday at .
upward to the Throne of Grace amreported 11 a. m. Text: "Christ also loved years.: f

;, what it had seen. tho church'nnd gave himself for it," .

Then there was another scene. It Eph. 55.One ::! .
ntiT\\uLc.l.\ ujis; they must:
was as if u spring was touched and I of the most difficult things in
} the, world Is to have well balanced meals. I
the canvas was turned. We walked today, get professed
t through the pearly gates. We beheld chriatlana to love the church. If you 1'hoir food should contain

the streets of gold Like St. John on love the church you know it, and if the right amout of mineralS

the inland of Patmou, we saw "a pure you don't love it your neighbors llts. These salts act as bone; is Your CheckIs
1' river of water of life." We wandered know it. No one can love Christ and building mate rial.
about entranced in wonder and hate Ills church. You can't be loyalto

: amazement at the. marvelous! beauty Christ and disloyal, and unfaithfulto
In comparison the most beautiful His:. church And Ills church embraces Dakings; that are made: of

d places on earth were but specks of and comprehends: the sum good plain) w hit? flour and

dust. We saw great concourses ol II t "I.jDf| the saved, in the universals baking powdj, 'cj itain the that what you say when paying a bill? Or

''"' people active ia their daily duties ; in which the term church iai necessary an ount: of mineral do you simply "go through your pockets" in an
i sgjtfuiimes used in the New Tetsa- .
and in On Inquiring
joyful nongs.
salts. A'low your chil- effort to scare up the necessary amount?
for the people of Starke we were
pointed to a number of palaces over 1 Therefore, wherever there Is a saved 'dren to eat he artily c f these .
man, an individual Christian, thereis bakings toget ler with fruits The man who saves and banks his savings withus

noticed a "branch of the true vine," or a and dairy: products. This never has to dig down into every pocket in l,

high wall and each having ashen i member of the church of Christ. :forms an idea I food balance order to pay a bill
that reminded us of Broadway, viz | For proof of this statement, read I

Episcopal Heaven, Methodist Heaven,, ,John 1518. When He simply writes out a check, and the is
malcinc quick money
f Presbyterian Heaven, Disciples Therefore, allegiance to the church ; rising .
., Heaven and Baptist Heaven. As on I ia allegiance to the greatest and bicada r.nd pastries such always in the bank to meet it.

earth so in heaven. Again the spring I broadest institution on earth known as: biscuits, muffins, cakes, ; ,
$ was touched and the canvas turned. to mankind.The waffles, etc. don't fail tots Have YOU a savings and checking account .
We looked down a fearful abyss. We I pathos of the situation Is, the Calumet-the economy with us? .
F/: .
( dimness few fact, that the members of the church ,
:i saw in the a people mov Baking Powder. It contains
1 .' ing. We asked what they were carrying -,: have failed to catch the vision of the more than the ordinary Its a mighty good habit. Whynot start it with-
.Y and was told that each transcendent importance and value of
had a basket of pine knots. On I tho church, and its blessings to man- leavening! strength-it's the out further delayBradford?

further questioning we were told that kind. Tho church should have the purest and surest leavener .'

y' .t t on earth they were taught nothing first place in our plans, thoughts and made. That's why it helps

'.;'" relating to cooperation and that now fractions. make your flour foods light 1
each one must make a little hell of Bible School at 10 a. m. and: easily digested. .I County Bank
his own. As on earth so in hell. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. ,

Then we awoke and asked our- All the members are urged to attend -

" selves how much of it was real. all the services. All strangersare I Millions of mothers use '"

. welcome. Calumet daily because they \ I

'. BAPTIST CHURCH W. E. DAUGHERTL, are interested in their child I

-- Minister.METHODIST ren's welfare their
; present
f. On Sunday next the regular
and future health. -
! services of the church will b4 held. y -.? \ \
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',.' "The Bible school l gathers at 9:41 -. .
" a. m. v Prof Wiggins is encouraged. in Rev.' L. B. Simpson conducts Cervices PACKED IN TIN : I

" his new"position as superintendent,by every Sunday morning at 11:00 -KEEPS STRENGTH IN 1

. large and prompt attendance. We o'clock and every Sunday evening pi' S .. :
had visitors last Sunday from Canada 7:30: o'clock. ;: j ---- -

II'rrq-<\:'" '. and parU of the United State. I Epworth League at 6:MS Sunday. -- 1

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and daughtei Mr.' and Mrs. M. M Morgan CARD OF TIIANKS' !
I Mrs. L. J. Wyman ( Born to I

I j I Miss Margaret Wyman, left MortUa; I at the Marion county hospital, ENT-A-wnR
I Wo desire to : our sincere!
I for their home in Boston Mass. They: Thursday night March 6, a daughterMKB express
Ocala's vigi |thanks to all those who assisted: 1 u:*
@ | were accompanied as fur as Jackson Morgan's father is ,
0:0 Bits oi" LocalInformation she is already ,in our Borrow over the lose c( our
vjlle by Mr and Mrs. L. Wyman.Mrs. lant chief of police and I I! ;( COLUMN
Ii arresting the attention of all who BCIhir. ,, infant son, born March 7th dyini

E C. S. McCormack and Ion lIere's'Ishlnl: her days maj', !March 13th. Words cannot expressour ,
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Elmo, of St. Charles 111., Mrs. Bell be many and happy-Ocala Star. ; gratitude. '
I Mr. and Mrs. S. J. FUTCIl. FOR SALE75 steel fence PUHM.F. .
Miss Burke of Chicago, wht
and ,
Concerning Our People, Business ana i9\ I, i L. Turner Starke, Fla. It
f i
I o have spent several weeks in Starke, J. A. Cunningham of Sanford .
I a a Progress in the County and Town. left Tuesday for their home in th) the guest this week of E. M. Thomas : FORD! CAR TO liE RAFFLED OFF I'ORJLE:!\ or TRADE-Ford Coup.

North. and family.R. : 1 1921 model, excellent condition.F. .
tl For the benefit o{ the building'
I I L. Turuer Starke Flu. It
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. TcfTt and son' A. Green has been in Marior ,I fund of the Woman' Club a Ford
Mrs L. E. Miner spent Tuesday i in Mises Edna and Pearl Manning of Erie Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Johr. week In the interest of I I WANTI )-- \Vlt\te waitress Must
! I with their! Jack county this car will be rattled off at the close of
spent Sunday in Waldo refined 25!
Jacksonville.Mrs. I be neat, ,not over years
Howard of Jacksonville, J. A. Watson '- hill candidacy fur congress.
sister, Mrs. L. W. Srickland. I the carnival, which will be the 11 thlena of alte. Apply Hotel Marion,
; of Michigan, motored here Sunday -
Tuesda; 12th of April.: Chances are now Starke Fla. It.
O. L. Beasley spent
and of J. M. Trubj returned Saturdaj; i
I Don't miss it. Miss what? Don' were guests ; D. C. Jones --- .--
' in Jacksonville. on sale by Miss Mable W .l1er'lI committee -
you know everybody is talking abou and Miss Mable Weller. from a business trip to Atlanta. FOR SALE-Hutchlnir u>(j" from

"Mrs. and Mr. Polly Tickk T" !Mrs. Jones who accompanied hl1111 of Tm nce. Buy a chance and high qualitr\ Whits U!*horns,
[ Rev. J. A. Hendry, of Lakeland was I, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Marks and children and also visited in Marietta, Ga., returned !I perhaps you may ho the fortunate mated to pedigreed cackrel. (;m> -

f'! in town Monday. T. E Murrhee who has been visiting of MorUtown South Dakota, Tuesday. I I winner of the car, and if not you will inc p'iro blooded layrri. Only f 10(

i, motored to Bron his mother Mrs. Anna Murrhee are recent arrivals here and will\ help the Womun'x Club to< the amount per ir. Mrs Back at Stump's. It.
Col. A. Z. Adkins has returned to his home in Val rico. make Starke their home Mrs. TYPOGRAPHICAL ERUOll I of chances' bought.
Bon last Tuesday. I I Marks was formerly Miss FannfcHollingsworth I 1 i WA,. NTELReeponsih!* man or wo-

Mrs. Alma McMillan, Jackson. and her old friends: In last week's Issue of the Tele i-ian In every community in South
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight pent
ville, spent the week-end with her here are glad to welcome her back to I graph a typographical error was I'loriili to tale subscriptions for
Tuesday in Jacksonville. Starke.It 'made in the advertisement of the the Tanipti Daily Times. Liberal
parents Mr.' and Mrs. H. E. Lager
I Variety Meat Market. Oysters 'were I SHOESLADIES commissions all or spare time. For
J. FKickliter's. .
Field peas all varieties at gren. I is the beet in the long run to purchase I quoted at 65 cents a quart when it particulars, write Circulation Department -

!i Cash paid for eggs, chickens and cotton seed (or any other seed, should have been 75 cents. i i The Tampa TI>n /a, Tam

sweet Kickliter's.Ifollis for that matter) from seedmen of pa, I'la. 12-li-tf
"Mrs. and Mr. Polly Tlckk"ariot potatoes. I WEATHER COMPARISONS Foil11.RCi1 I
unquestioned rellabilitty, men who
of fun and laughter. 1923-192 I SHOES NOW I FOR SAlF.-TowflsenI's Maryland
| V. Knight of the U. of F.. specialize in disease-free, selected s
the wed seed adapted to boll wccil conditions.Mr. ON SALE Grown Strawberry Plants tho kind
arrived here today. to spend
G. M. Inman left Tuesday for a It may be of Interest to some' of the I that grow and produce results.! Sea
Col. and Mrs. D. K
with his
business trip to Virginia. parents, W. S. Carpenter, of Cleveland,, readers of the Telegraph/ to know of 10 to 50 per cent OFF I O. C. Cady, our local agent for price

Knight. Ohio, who is touring the South look the weather of March!\ 1023 in comparison ; *. I'V.. Townsend & Sons Co.?
Stanley Adams of Jasper, made a ing over the transportation facilities with that which March 1921Is SEE THE NEW LINE Salisbury, Md. 3-ld-Gt

business trip here Monday.M. Garris Mrs. F.have'Turner as a guest and Mrs.this Mamie week for a group of Northern giving us. Keeping a daily recordit OF STRAWS ON DISPLAY I .. -_.

few with his reads. as follows: FOR LE--Uome., locate! on can
capitalists spent a days
of spent the their. .mother, Mrs. Green of Jack- street, west of courthouse. next to
F. Brown March 1021. $2.50 to $4.50
grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Powell. Mr.
week-end here with friends. sonville. lilt,-Fair.2ml. I highway,; on two corner lots.. Klcctrie -
.. Carpenter left Wednesday night for !. ".I. and cool I, rinnttn' cowp"" .u.anl lltfhtn, water, toilet anti bath,
Asheville, N. C., which will be his ..-Fnlr.4th \ .. all completi Half cash, halanco
Mrs. H. D.McLoud has gone to Mrs. A" Z. Adkins spent Tuesdayin headquarters.Mr. Mh.--Full"Fulr. I J. M. ALVAREZ on terms.. D. W. Alvarez, Starke.
Georgia to visit her parents. Gainesville and while there was 61 h.-lllu.tnry. Stron south wind blow In". 3Ntf."XrOU .
C. 71 h. Clnuily' and eons.NthFra.t .
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. I .
and Mrs. Terrell Barco and I lhl murnlne.Ilth.Falr
Your is solicited and ap Adkins.
patronage I
children Mrs. Camilla Glass Misses loth.Fnlr..
Hotel Marion. I
preciated. 1 1 th.-Fair.Uth. I
I I Mrs. Elizabeth Townsend, of Pa- Kathleen and Jean Glass and Bob Fair riantln. \ "
of Gainesville Illh Cloudy with sin from 10 .. m.
Carr Colley was a recent guest of laka, returned home Friday from a Gray spent Sundayand 14th Fair I'lantlnv. ChauUuqua brine" -----------
his mother, Mrs. W. A. Colley. visit with her brother, Col. A. Z. Monday at Kingsley Lake as h.UI. -
16th Cloudy a m. Fair p. m.
guests of Mrs. Catherine Davis. Mr.
Adkins. nth Fnlr but wind,.
Mrs. D. E. Knight and son Paul Barco is employed by the governmentin I 17th N'hFn"Cloudy early In part.FtlrIttth ,

pent Saturday in Jacksonville. I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Presley of Honolulu, and left for New York Windy. Rain p. m.. wind 8 W
where he will sail to his of 2lllh.- Knlr' and cold.
post duty. *
I Jacksonville motored here Sunday 2Ut -A twautlful d.,. Mild. r
Miss Loca Sweat is in Jacksonville and of' Mr.' and Mrs. E. ilvin.t.-Fair.2Hrd .
: were guests Polly .-Fair. Short ahnwcr. "....n. riantllur,
r' visiting her brother, T. R. Sweat. I II R. Neff. See Mr. and Mr.' 24th.'al.. I'lanllnii.I
I Mary Lamb is preparing a lecture to 2nth Fair and warm.
2Hth hair and warm.
Mrs. Bob Demorest spent Wednesday Spanish North Carolina and Flo- be l delivered before the Men's Society 'nth Fair and Modrrat.
28th Cloudy and ....1. Farmer pinkingtrawbrrrlM.
in Jacksonville witth friends. rida peanuts at Kickliter's. for Better Rubies on "How to Bathe .
, I II an Infant." lie says the way to tent Smh Cloudy" and soot ,
'll.t. Fair. IMantlnu and online tomatom
I Ola Sanders, of Madison, spent ,, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gives, of the heat of tile bath water is by Both -("Ioud,, heavy ran p. ...
Monday here looking after business. Emlenton Pa., were the guests of J. putting the baby's foot in first. He Gives quite a different showing

w M. Truby and family and Miss Kate i says if the foot comes out blistered from what WI ore experiencing now.

Get your spring suit Livingston. I II I then: the water is too hot; if it come I alsnt>te'x tdmr7tatnnsm nt+RUtrlr> :
measure by Nat Sternberg. out covered with ice then the water

I Mrs. C. P. Titson, Misses Inez and I li too cold.BENNETT'S. COFFINS & CASKETS ,

A eon was born to Mr. and Mrs. 1 Clara Moitt of Jacksonville spent I sAnd a Full Line of t i ,

David P. Thornton Tuesday morning. the weekend with their sister, Mrs. HAT FACTORY I UnJtrta A.r.' Supplies j have been "pulling on the oars of rI' '

P.I E. Johns. Jacksonville Fla. : 1- extravagance" until your frail financial \11,:
Harold C. Wall went to Jackson ,,
If want hat cleaned and AUTOMOIIILE IIEARSE boat has been bit by the waves of adversity,' .,
short your
for a'nd you
ville' Sunday afternoon a Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Always on hand. The brut ..r '.' ..
Lake blocked when you want it and i how ;.. and suddenly find yourself dy"
stay. I hildren spent Sunday in ele. the lowmt prices. Apr you
it-send, It to the Factory,
Geneva with Mrs. Haynes' mother, rou want ami attention to telegraph orEmhilmrr itrJ
Broad Street Jacksonville, Fla. I dj With Debt"It {
\ Mrs..J. M. Alvarez has gone downon I VIrs. R. P. McLarin. 123 Registered! ; "Deluged \
321It.DEATH 1 a ;
several j
to spend
the East Coast -
De\VI'IT- ;, Is going to require heroic effort to ,!i',' '
weeks. I Mrs. W. E. Davis entertained the C. JONES ," "" ,
Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian OF E.ITTLE STARKE. FLAplrJtSWApexaliltDtdOlanUNtOdltaedalWP ., "get in out of the wet," and the greatest aid

Mts. Jennie Spray of Emlenton hurch Monday evening at her home I.AMIUA STAIU.ISO :t In reaching the "shore of security," is to

Pa., is the guest of Miss Kate Liv-' m West Madison street. ",...- -)- --- ...-I -, Wier" head your craft for the SAVINGS DEPART
The death angel: visited the home of I ,
ingstorf. | MENT of this Dank.
Mr.' and Mrs. J. H. Ritch and children lira. Frank Starling Thursday morn- I

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Houser and Mr. I also Lois Long and Ramona nj? a. m. and took from her home, 666 BANK OF STARK.

Houser, of Hampton motored here- Vatktns motored to KeYltoleHeights her only beloved child, Lamira, which i, THE i iSo
Sunday. ;' md toxitine stomach trouble and I I a Proscription for Colds! Peter and e Tie Bar-It of Helpful Service ,(
and spent Sunday.
I meumonia. Lamlra was born April .aGrippe.. It's Ibo most speedy rrmily rl.e, Florida :''

Everwear hose in all colors 1.00j Mrs. J. C. Robinson and little 3), 1023 and at the time of her death .. we know preventing Pneumonia t'jl'W:

$1.1)0, $2.00 at Sternberg's. I, laughter Vera Clair and Miss Hilda she lays was old.Funeral. eleven months and three J. L. FRAZEE Il ltd Mf1U' It''}'' ''t rIU'8' ,,'.\,;<:','t'\\",;:( iIhithrGET \ ,' ,.1",;"\""

,awls went to Jacksonville
.. Elmo Smith spent the week-end inj i i lay to visit Mrs. J. P. Wednes.'I service were conducted at ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT I I

Plant City with his sister Mrs. Sid he Crosby cemetery by Rev. Crosby. LAWPOSTOFFICE \ YOUR'rdONEY
I Deceased leave to mourn her un- PROMPTLY\
Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Moulton and BUILDING i I .
of timely death a lonely mother and ahU8t '
son Percy and Miss Iloywood, STARKE FLA. .
last week In of relatives and friends. INMAaM RITCH
Geo. C. White spent Nova Scotia are occupying apartments -
a Lakeland and Tampa attending to in Mrs. S. L. I lam rick's house. UKI'KESKNT: : TIIK IIKST I.KAIMNf!
business. INSURANCE( fO.Ml'ANIKH.: FlltL'

i Hear Dr. Ira Landrith this evening I Ii ACTIDKNT: : MI-'K... ; AUTOMOIMLK,

Mrs. E. W. Davis and little daughter i; (Friday) on the subject 'Today and liONDB, LIAIULITYADJUSTMENTS

.., Jean went to Jacksonville I America for It." High school audi- I MADE PROMPTLY j'

I yesterday.Sid torium. 7:30 p. m. Admission free. I II ---

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_ Holstein and son, of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. I FEEDEvery I

spent Saturday and Sunday with T Florence Powell, Miss Blanche Mc "tnill) BETTER IEHTIIIZFK HIDE WE WOULO MAKE IT"

S. Williams. Neil and W. M. Wainwright motored II.,... feorlnc a..r a.w Itnamrr Rrlr.ll.l ..r mr "HIMON_ PUIIB" ind GEM
to Jacksonville Sunday and spent the RHA1\IS" which .h... hMn the lit.....'.. .f ((4"ialilr rue the put ,..t, ,_.. witll l
less money at I I Florid Prlc.. .1.". Hihl. yuat 'lay rnntlitorvd. nut th. ch.*p*.tt but. the ....!
Better shoes for day. ..... .... ...
for multo. AIM price IUU .l InmttUcti Hprr>". V. and U. UJ Al
Sternberg's.Mrs. Kae will ....n b* r*.4/. wrtu for *n..

W. H. Lowman of Jacksonville ed Last twenty Saturday quarts J.of M. Brownlee PiCk-I day in every way our ; E 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville Fla

is the guest of her sister Mrs. his place. Several crates of feeds better. !
prices on are getting
J. F. Colley. were shipped from Starke last Sat

urday.Dr. Cow 'Feed this week I THE FLORIDA NORMAL INSTITUTE
Mrs. Frank P. Dearing of Jacksonville i Special II I

Starke Monday enrouteto aT I MADISON, FLORIDA 1
was in Ira Landreth will speak the

Gainesville. high school auditorium tonight (Frivjday SHORTSBest : SPRING TERM March 4th to June 5th. Twenty year or :

) at 7:30. His subject is "Today successful Teacher-training. Faculty of aix specialists
the guest
Miss Nellie Stearns was last and the America fc,r It." Everyone college degrees and long I experience. Thorough courses for I

of Mrs. Effle Miner of Lawtey, invited. Admission free. sack I all grades of Teacher Certificates. All high school and cotn- i
Grade White $2.40
Thursday evening. mercial I subjects music and public speaking. Complete review
Dr. and Mrs. Smith and tone, I I of all subjects. High school credit given for courses I

Harmon Stroman of Savannah Russell and Arthur, Miss Diana Pore DAIRY FEED completed. For information write or wire M. S. McGregor, 1

pent the week-end with his sister ter and Miss Martin have returned i Principal Madison, Fla. 22'3t' }

Mrs. S. S. Dowling. from an automobile trip on the East I
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Men how about that straw lid T and West coasts of Florida. I Happy Cow Brand, sack $3.10 .

: Plenty of 'em at Steinberg's. II. L. Stevenson and his parents, .
Come in and see us while in I INSURANCE
,. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cunningham and Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson, of Philadelphia
her have returned from a motor
baby, of Ellington W. Lewis.are visiting ,. trip to Tampa St. Petersburg and I town. That's Our Business

father G. other South Florida poinU.

Mrs. E. H. Smith? and her mother, Jacksonville I S. R. JOHNSNear FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, HEALTH .

Mrs. Irene Willa, spent Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Biggs, of I AUTOMOBILE BONDS i

Jacksonville. Col. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins, .
, Monday I of Gainesville, Mrs. Annie Brown Depot Agency Established 1886 j
I is Barrett of Jacksonville 1\n. :M. E. :
of Kissimmee
W. J. Fripp
''it Miss Carolyn Edwards and son Laurie, of Lawtey,
of her daughter. I
gueV of Col. and
O. J. were week-end guests I
at the home of Mrs. '
Fripp I Ij
Mrs. A. Z. Adkln '
Griffin. :

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seed :buys are good seed; test them, WAy'--1 Hamilton, Ohio, Green Island, N. Y.,

for the seller may make a mistake, I THE BEST Glassmere, Pa., and Poughkeepsie, ASPIRIN
I N. Y. employ close to 11,000 men
tho he is reputable
FARMERS FARMING Smaller plants around Detroit give
"Plant only sound, purebred seed; TO GET YOUR IRON ,I employment to more than 8'00, whileat I

start the crop right, and you should
make bigger and better yields. ," would have prescribed the present time there are over Beware of Imitations! \
ARE: 1'IiITEIJ:' TO ('ONTRIBL"I'E: PHYSICIANS for 30 J.OOO men at work on the company'a
}'.\IOIEH'IiU:' 1'Rli'KEIIS POUND be a good slogan for many farmers. of its supply of in the
ANH timber and iron ore properties
AIUIU ES of I.'AIOI ENI'ERIEN'ES iron. They found that it was readilyabsorbed I \
H HE UKST; SI TIED" \ TO <>* It COtNTYKXTRAC ; RURAL COMMON: SENSE:' did not irritate the stom- upper| > peninsula of Michigan.
_. -'- -," ,-- ach and quickly toned and strength Ford coal mines in Kentucky and
'-- --- ened the system. At your druggist's West Virginia are giving employmentto
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Chickens In Every BackyardBy
Put tablets.
POINTERS I in both liquid, and and the
F'IO11 Clll'NTY.1CENTS': PKUTINENT: more than 3,500 men AYE
: :' REpcIiTSMadison ; FOB COTTON PLANTERS Spuds hnsonEvery' Free Trial Tablets Tthea tLSMSB3&value : Detroit, Toledo and Ironton, the Ford i
I, of God"', Pepto-Mannan. writs today of
railroad, employs in excess 2,500
for generous Trial Package of Tablrtn.
& Lawton): Many "Only upland and long staple upland I I home should have hen no money-junt name and .dd...... toM
<( truck crops are being planted. Am can be recommended under pres- somebody said, and it is true. In fact, are in addition to all these

t making arrangements for establishing ent conditions; the susceptibility of I' every home should have several hens; peptoJVlanganTonic I some 709 employees in the Henry

It five-acre permanent pasture" Sea Island: to weevil injury Is so high I I hens and pullets and young chicks Ford Hospital at Detroit, more than
three car- culture is hazardous." TOO in the Henry Ford Trade Schoolat
", demonstration. Delivered that its coming on all the time. )
loads of cooperatively bought fertilizer This statement sets at rest the ad- This is true of both city and coun- Highland Park and there are more j

*. visibility of growing Sea Island cot- try. I might excuse a city man now Tonic and Blood Enrichertral ''I than 11,000 employees in the foreign
Albritton): Treated in this state at present. It is madein brunches of the company. '
(N. J. ton 11
Levy I and then for not having a backyard Unless you see the "Bayer Cro on ;
pounds of cucumber, a special summary of recommen- I I tablet are not getting ,,
V over 2,900 flock, but never could I excuse a package or on you
watermelon and tomato seed last dations by experts of the State Plant for not having about a what time it is, where's the fire, :NEW' HEALTH OFFICERGAINESVILLE. the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved. ,
r the Florida; country man knock out Battling million and prescribed by ?J
Have on several demon- Board of Florida and of 'did One-Round Gorilla --.I- safe by
month. put '
and the corresponding J
dozen1 hens the ball :: Dr. W. A. Clax- physicians over twenty-three years fan ,
strations in spraying orange trees for (College of Agriculture. Other per number of other chickens. I' Snoozer, or who won -
trees for statement follow: ton has been appointed as district I I Colds nondrtclio< loll
and peach tinent game.
scale and whitefly What I have said here Is true the Toothache Lumbago: ,
Cleveland Big worked short hours, for health officer in charge of DistrictNo. (
scale. Of the upland types Mary
San Jose United States over. But it is Doubly I Neuritis Rheumatism 1
Oaccola (J. R. Gunn) : Peppers andega'plant Boll, Express, College No.1, Cook's true for Florida. Here we have a those times-only 8 in the morning!, 4, with headquarters in this city. 1 Neuralgia. Pain Pain !

p held over from fall are Improved Toole, Bank Account! Del- combining of many conditions which until 0 at night. She had a long trip He was associated with the Florida Accept! "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin'

bringing// good prices now; carload tatypc, Weber, Lightning, Express make it especially profitable to pro- between home and office, and had to State Doard of Health years ago, only. Each!: unbroken package contain
e shipments are going out every week. and, other early improved varieties climb six flights of stairs to get to having resigned<1 to enlist in the proven directions. Handy boxes of i

W. L. Watson) : Green ( hive given good results. duce poultry.We her switch-board Who invented the Canadian Army Medical Corps. Dist- twelve tablets cost few cents. ])rug- '
( all know how it Is to and 1110-
of 21
.. bottles
easy also Hell 1
bringing fancy prices 'I' Land, infected with wilt ("black elevator that ended this toil? Don't rict No. 4 includes Jefferson, Mad- Ki t
vegetables are raise chickens down here, but thereare Aspirin is the trade mark BayerManufacture
on the Jacksonville market; truckers root") should not be planted to cot not enough of us taking the all answer at once. ison, Hamilton, Taylor, Suwanee, of Monoaceticacidaster of 'I

I who escaped the January cold are ( ton, if it can be avoided. If necessaryto advantage of our opportunities. Lafayette Columbia, Baker, Union, Salicylicacld.::

realizing big profits. use such lands, plant a variety proper. Some times we let a little Impatience BE CAREFULIn Bradford, Dixie, Alauchua, Levy and \

o Walton (J. W. Mathison) : We known to bo resistant or immune to run away with our better speaking of a person's faults, Hamilton counties. ADVICE TO THE AGED IAea .
fertilizer such Dixie Triumph, Covington I IwIn..Inl1..ItI...luch aadunUh Ibewela
carloads of wilt, as
63. judgment. The other day as I was Pray don't forget your own; MISS EASTER TO WEAK I weak kola.,., torpid 4..r.Tutt's | ::1\
cooperatively this week; farmers are Toolo or Lewis passing by Si Smith's I heard the Remember those in homes of glass
materials and mixing their It is best, in the long run, for the HIGH HAT THIS YEAR
buying awfulest swearing and raving. Should never throw a stone.If I Pills
own, being pleased with results and farmer to purchase his cotton seed "Blamed if I ain't tired o' being we have nothing else to do .

money saved.Hillaborough. I from seedmen of unquestioned reli- bothered with these durned old I But talk of those who sin, CHICAGO.-Miss Easter will put 6..aett.a a epeclfle effect on the orcaaa. I J
in disease- on the high hat this I I .dmelat.n the kow.h..tae.' alnral I
No who specialize spring. It will I
(R. T. Kelley) : ability, "
!; Tis better at home
chickens!I" Then 'Bang! bang! bang! we commence ,end Impart" *visor to neantem. I
free selected seed adapted to boll be the high crowned sailor, or narrow -
less than 15 different vegetables are And I saw smoke rising and feathers And from that point begin. I
being shipped commercially from this weevil conditions. brim, with the crown either
a-flying. I knew neighbor Si was on I
county right now. Cultivation should be frequent and the warpath. We have no right to judge a man round or square. The new sailor | Vjce President Aims*J

\ Okeechobee II. P. Peterson) : shallow. Attempt (to (Weep a dust It turned out that he had just i Until he's fairly tried: will have a brim never more than two I

Large acreage here Is being plantedto mulch in the field at all times until 'Should we not like his company inches wide and even shorter in the
started a sweet potato draw bed in
grapes. cotton can be safely laid by. Culti-! i We know the world is wide. back, perhaps trimmed with grosgain
his garden and the chickens got in
Marion (K. C. Moore) : Our poultry ationa during the growing season thru a crack and did considerable 'Some may have faults, and who have ribbon, a buckle or even flowers'/'

: I association began shipping! eggs should be given at least once a week. scratching And Si-erratic and hot- not? While the colors may make the rain-

January IS; up to February 23 It had tempered old cuss he will bewouldn't The old as well as young; bow seem modes with a general
shipped $10l>3 worth of eggs, prices (he Qulnlu .at Dots not Affect '!>"' Hea1BrcnliM Perhaps we may, for all we know, demand for green, cinder and grey,
of its. tonic end luxpt've efnx.t. .. Have their the jobers black-and-white
:I letting about 10 cents a dozen above UKO.MO (1LI.XINL!: (lejreul' can .b* laknaby was his fault for not keeping the fifty to one. say !, com-
.the local market. We began early in anyone with"ut caiiln4 nv rvoimiirsa nr rntfniUi binations retain their popularity.
Ua head. E.W.GkV I:3!: a mjaiari"in !bo.* '11" cracks stopped, rather than the chick- I'll tell you of a better plan,
. December to buy feed together, saying I
. ens' for going thru the cracks.That' I And find it works full well;
\, nearly $1 I a hundred pounds on it. POISON: IN: HOLES FIRM RELIEF PLAN: ,
SQUIRT a typical Si Smith performance. To try our own defects to cure, '
j. Interest in purched fowls and high OP' PECAN: TREE AND KILL And in little ways or in big i Before others tell, REJECTED BY SENATE:
producing hens has been increased.
BORERS THAT CUT HOLES ways, we have lots of Si Smiths. In- And though I sometimes hope to be WASHINGTON. the first rec-
Some trapnesting and will .
men are
stead of remembering how wise and Not worse than some I know, ord vote of the session on a farm <":;. .
have stock next
as good brooding .
The pecan borer does no wear a practical it is to keep such natural My own shortcomings bid me let relief measure the senate defeated, :

year as can be found. gas mask. Thus it is easy to kill It. things as .a flock of chickens-keep The faults of others go. 34 to 28, the proposed appropriationof

Hamilton (J. J. Sechrcst) : In five Gassing! with carbon bisulphide is the them and help them help us.we too $5,000,000 to be used in financing
days this week I delivered 11 carloadsof remedy recommended by the. Florida often let a little wrath run away Then let us all, when we commenceTo fertilizer purchases. ,

cooperatively purchased fertilizers; Experiment Station. with our common sense and kill the slander friend or foe, Party lines were not discernablein .: ..
the sixth day I treated 280 hogs for This Insect is described below by golden eggs. Think of the harm one word may be the result '. Southern( Democratsand .h'.>. ....

cholera control. A. II. Beyer, assistant entomologist A double moral here: Keep a flock To those who little know. eastern Republicans joining in rAlnOc..E'l1Ceorge

Seminole (U. 1 F. Whitncr, Jr.) : who also tells how it works and giventhe of chickens, and crub your impatiencewhen Remember, curses frequently, opposition to the proposal which

Celery In. moving out rapidly now and details of destroying it. it goes against what is best for Like chickens, roost at home; was denounced as "communistic intheory" L. Berry President 0'tJ'le -
for good prices. Don't speak of other's faults untilYou've International! Printing Pressmen's *
"In old thereis
neglected trees
and .
pecan you yours.Growin3 and entailing unwarranted Union
has filed in Ohio as
Polk (Wm. Gomme) : Time and found and infestation tried to see your own.
frequently candidate
intrusion of the government into Vice-PresIdent on the
money spent in putting on that New of the oak, or hickory cossld. We will -Selected. Democratic tl<*kot ...
an already high compel t./e
York show well Old Too Fast
were spent; we term it here as pecan cossid, which
showed the north what Florida has. is one of the pecan borers. It is the I Humors of the Law -----

larvae of a moth. The juryman ran breathlessly into '"" f! ._ ., ..
HOW TO PICK OUT Many SUrk Folk Feel Older auJ ..Jt... l'f .#
"In the larval stage it lives In the Slower Than They Should. tho courtroom. "Oh, your honor," ..n __ '' ---: 'YIl =, -411 7'IT.; \\,.
trunk and larger branches .of the he exclaimed. "If you can excuse me, fJ'-' Faar.K 9-g' _a 0,1e .,

pecan tree, boring into the hard wood please please do! I don't know

"If you were going bird hunting, and making galleries several inches in Are you weak, tired, all worn-outl which will die first-my wife or my Do You Want Better Postal Service

you wouldn't take a hound. Starting length. Its presence can be recognized Do you feel! years older than other daughter." ,
look = =-=--==-== = =-=--0- -==-=-=='- ==-' = =
a dairy, you wouldn't buy beef cattle. folks of your age? Then to youi
by castings of wood on the groundat "Dear that's sad" said the
Or if kidneys! The kidneys are the blood me, If the government of the United States rill ,Turn its atten-
you wanted to into horse rac- "
go the base of the tree. .. the effect excused.
filters and if they weaken judge. "Certainly you are
tion for minutes from the oil scandnu devote three
ing, it would not be desirable to get "The holes made by this pest vary ia quickly felt. You have constant The next day the juryman was met
." minutes of that time to consideration of -ht servicein '
a Shetland Yet backache, headaches dizziness and postal !
pony. many people in size from a quarter to half an inch by one of his fellow jurors, who in a
urinary troubles. You feel lame stifl the smell towns that dot the great exi-anae of CVuntrv
seem to think that a chicken Is a in diameter. They can be seen on the 1 asked "How's
Don't wait! sympathetic voice : your
and all played out. '
chicken, regardless of its individual tree trunk above the castings. Use achy Doan's- Pills-a stimulant diuretic wife?" America, our representatives) will serve a more usct:: : purpose

qualities and purposes. "Winter and early spring Is a good to the kidneys. Read what this Stark "She's all right. Why do you ask" and perhaps gain political prestige which seems to b,,'

That is what II. B. Lunsdon, extension time to control this borer. This can resident says: "And daughter" the all important corvidcration; just at toil' time.
; Chas. Crutchfield, farmer says: 1 your Postmasters in all small towns have the :, + to
poultryman of the Florida bo done best by squirting a drop of sar r o"j
hardly describe the misery I en- "She's all right, too. Why do you
College of Agriculture, says in explaining carbon bisulphide Into each hole. A dured from lame back. When I lifted, ask?" tell. Their otfices arc kept in a continuous state of lueiH- a

means of increasing egg-pro sewing machine oil can or medicine it ft,lt as though someone had stucka "Why, yesterday you told the ciency because it is impossible to hire competent clerks on

+ ductlon. While some varieties of dropper is convenient for this pur knife into my bnck. I was nearly judge that did not know which the sum of money allowed by the government for clerk hire
chickens i past going. I got up at night to pass The allotment should be raised and it should be raised! *
better than others :
are layers pose. After injecting the poison, plugup the kidney .secretions. Doan's Pills would die first." a>
yet individual selection will great/! the hole with putty paraffin, soap from Turner's Drug Store, cured me." "Nor do I. That is a problem that once. The postma ,tors are ab.'p!' and anxious to servo, bti

Increase tho laying" qualities of any or good clay. The poison forms into Price COit all dealers. Don't time alone can solve.-I'ittsburgb'' it is impossible for; to function' properly if they arv I

variety, \be says. gnu fumes which kills the worms." simply aok for a kidney rl'm"dY-l\'et Chronicle Telegraph. not provided tools with which! to work. \\ t' make a wotider-
that Mr.
"When a bird has laid thru one Crutchfield Doan s Pills had.-the Foster-Milburn same! Co., ful show with our post pflL-e buildings' m we do with our can judge some of her PLANT: PURR IJRF.Ii SEED Mfrs., Buffalo/ N. Y: EMPLOYMENT: SITUATION: school buildings, but bricks and! ;mortar; are but the 't... .p-

performance qualities by color of her AND: GET Dir.GEK YIELDSThe rOUD MOTOR COMPANY: pings and the suits of service. It is the working force that

logs and condition of beak and plu- FIRST PHONESIn : counts:

niAge." the explanation continues. value of purebred livestock Employment in the Ford Motor There is a
i "Select a hen that has a largo space seems pretty well established In the ISIS! Mary Beatrice Kennedy Company organization is now at the when it comes to considering any public expenditure, and

for manufacturing and carrying eggs! mind of all American farmers. Most became the first telephone exchange highest point in the company's this applies to the postal service as to anything else Our

and you !get one that will produce of the so-called bust farmers! are getting operator in New York City. She'a still I history and reflects in a general way Congressmen however, should remember that a majority of

s more eggs than another with less away front anything but the plugging a switchboard in the College the prosperous condition existing in the American population, which means a majority of taxa-

carrying!:; space even tho of the same purebred. Thin la so true that there of St. Elizabeth at Convent Station, I the country as well as in the auto- tion, ia represented in the small towns up to 5,000 popula-

variety."It Is little danger of a return to the N. J. C mobile industry. tion. Poor postal service is a severe handicap to business, .

.Is no trouble to detect which scrub. Now, if you think, human nature There are approximately 157,000 and the business of the small town should not be ignored.

} has the greater ability to perform by Most American farm boys have has changed much, hark to Mary's workers employed in Ford industriesin C Like all other perplexing problems, of course,

examining: the body outlines. Tho heard! :"purebred pig, purebred calf, memories of old times. the United States according to recent very practical side to this matter of obtaining efficient post

It body should be wide and, deep and purebred colt and purebred chicken" Before Mary took her job in 878, figures. Of these, more than 24- service. The result depends on the interest exhibited by

well-proportioned, the back broad and from their barefoot and spooneatingdays. "Central" was always a boy. work in branch assembly plants. the people themselves. Congressmen are human. The)'

rather flat, the breast bone rather But little have they heard about "I got my job," she recalls, "be The largest number employed in keep their ears constantly to the ground. Once they sense

short, rocker-shaped and sharp, not purebred corn or any other kind of cause the company was tired of firing I any single manufacturing unit, is, of the fact that their constituents are earnestly determined to

round and plump as in quail. purebred seed. Its swearing boy operators. Sub. course, at the Highland Park plant at press for certain legislation they are apt to get very'much

"The comb and wattle Indicate the I It is just as important that the far scribers used to come down to the Detroit, where 68,500 men are at interested In that legislation. On the other hand, if they

condition' of the reproductive organs. mer secure the best seed to be had as telephone office to fight the operator work. feel only public apathy, they will go calmly to sleep and do

A hen with a healthy well-developed it is for him* to secure the best live who had sworn to them." The biggest increase in the number nothing.

reproductive' organ, has a large full stock. "Purebreds eventually, why Phone users won't do that these employed at any one place during the Every reader of this newspaper Is Interested to get Im-

comb and wattle, with full circulation not now" applies as properly to the days, but some of them occasionally last year was made at the River proved postal service. Are they Interested sufficiently to

Indicated by warmth and softness of seed of farm crops as it does to the weaken and start figuring how far Rouge plant of the company. A year write to their Congressmen and Senators asking them to

texture. The! hen with a small,crowded i farm animals, in the opinion of the trip to "Central.! ago, 28.000 men were employed there, fight for a larger appropriation-one that will enable our I

s or di
swiveled, scaly, cold and coarse comb Agriculture. people didn't use telephone numbers, workers on the payroll. sooner the ball is started rolling, the better it will be for

and wattle. The distance between Planting time, for general field They just cranked at the box, took Other manufacturing units, Includ- all of us.

pelvic bones and the pliability of the crops, Is near (March). Seed shouldhe
skin and aluhmen indicate the present on hand or-teadily available. Butit Smith's drug store or Brown's Our financiers h.Tlnj deeMed how Germany ia to be rehabilitated,

performing condition of the hen and Is not too late to get purebreds grocery. And people must have been MOTTTEBS the! great world eoutUf'DC'e will now drone the window eo that the people

not her ability to lay." -the best seed. If the farmer as impatient as now, for Central got Watch for symptom of worms In your will like the appearance of the bonds when they are displayed for sal*.

his seed or baa not earful cf abuse if there children. Them parasites are the great!:
did not save own nn was delay I destroyers of child life. If you have It la k No Worms In a nealthy ChildAllchlldrea bought them already, there are many In getting the desired party. : reason to think your child) baa worms, act Remember the early; bird catches the "," 0nD.

truuhleil with Worm haxe an uu- reputable houses thruout the country, Mary says folks used to ring' quicklv. Give the little one a dose or -- ,

role hiMlthrcoUir., there U m which" ro or lodlcitea I leu itomech poor blood dirt ami uba'.rU.a*a tho nearest of which may be reachedin Central and ask the price of eggs and twc of White's Cream Vermifuge. Worms French franc falls af ln. Newa Item. They will rnrn good Orm.j
RROVLr9AST! I 1'5S I'HHX TOMC .' cannot exist where this tune-trio and _l into Prench money, will they Rumination- ot fliuuicJer.r .
fc i n r > itjrly I a few days by mail. what kind of weather was predicted a
successful is used. It drives""th"for" two cr' II. mwrln- ,",I'-rnrfch" .....t1---,_.M .u>.<. Tn huvinir ..*d. h..wev..". "." ..i..a. 'or tomorrow The tel..nri-w* --wt-i' the worm remedy 11.1 r....ore the run Y\m out">f ApoJ !rr .- o." viii .

....OIl with a repul. o o'eu- ,,....., ..1 ..e toiling! lo b.tak health to baby chcclm. lYice3: .;c. f \Lily ltgypt: lays lul'Pet1: .Sys Cuter to Cj' == urnb Jfat '. .441
tenworrrdie.l' .. .. '
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BRADFORD ,. _... -- -- -- -
FRIDAY MARCH 21. 1021 -- --.-- -- _r .-- --.._-- -
.. t-

I Overdraft Mar 1. WS4 _____________- &6\.8S
SLIGHT IMPROVEMENTIN rend as well as in the doorway. DUtrict Ne.' 1

[ ______ 418Rveelpta .
CONVICT CVMPSWITHOUT 0. Keep the brakes in perfect cor Ralanee. Feb during I. month ll'il ._.._._______ 130.0Warranta hood flot2ksIl

Uaivrd .___ _____________ 1800'Balance VU
: n
THE LASlI! dition. '' Mar I. 1914 --_ _-_______ 4..1
7. Haste makes havoc Pl.tricl No. IIIAlan" n W 'IT CAULEY ,

TALLAHASSEE, March 10.-By( ; I If we kept all these cautions I i 111 ,. .. t blued Fob 1 durlnu tB2 I month ________.____ ZHl MO>.ulWarranta This is the story of Rosa W. came to her that butterfly wings ..

the Associated Press.) Conditions i iFlorida's In mind streets would be much safe 1 Ri-cviuta laaued _-_u.--.. _________"8J2S Smith and her husband. George, when arranged artistically under '
our ______________ 20.91
sate convict an lesfllkil ''Balance March 1. 1224: who arrived at that point in life glass in the form of watch pendant .
camps and somewhat improved as compared will accident accounts F.-... 1. l'i.4 n' _______ -- be novel
with during month __________.... .IWarranW done to provide a living for three articles and the like would" York collectors\ at small cost which
a year ago as shown by an inspection ReeelpUi Iraued ._' .__ __________.__._82G.U children and their dependent aged and beautiful and straightway! the aved her the daily hunt in the
of the last batch of monthly;; BILLS PAID BY SCHOOL ROAR1', Overdraft March, 1. 11)24) ______._00__ 79.1 mothers. They owned a small farm set forth to capture bnttertlies. Be- fleldn All that watt ten years ago.
n.trirt Ne.' 4Overdraft Lexington Mass, but taxes fore sundown she had fifty of them The abandoned room has drivenw
turned four
in the
by near
reports __ ________. 11.03
Ffb 1. 1911Receipta n and the farm so undeveloped of all colors and hues The bodies to $7,000 modern studio
the Florida. March 8. 102'kiunr.l '.. were high y it
divisional convict inspectors and Starke. durlna month ---
1 nut In revulHr ._Ion with .11 lunued --.- that It was a burden she cast away substituting ones of They own and. operate two hug
state prison physician. It is indicate mrmb" preaent viml>. W. Klckller, A. A. Overdraft Warrnnta. 'March -Cie-i.1 _:::::::::: lUS rather than an asset. George was pasteboard. The following day an store,; one In Lexington and an-

by these reports, however, that only; Uaftvn and L. J. Wyun.Mlnutra DI tH" Ne.' I employed as a clerk in a Boston abandoned room had been turned other in Arlington. They employ
of lut mooting read and approve _.__ ______.__ 18Rocelpta .!a
Fob 1. 11U4 small and Into studio their
about CO per cent of the work thai ..a read Balance. during. month-_...___.__..- .1& broker's office at pay a two score clrrki. They own
The board approval the notion of Sup his wire Rose, was in failing A trip to manufacturers in Boa farm and numerous cottngcs main
might reasonably be expected of i n drawn in payment of lame.Whttilnn Brtilu Valance lalllh.:
normally healthy man is being done In purohaalnM the lone lor '12.001 Me.Balance. I the back porch one her that jobbers would"tnki employ trained nurse to attendtheir
aehuul rite and order*! warrant Sitting on
by the prisoners as a whole. This Sill ilinrlct etrctiona wan called fSiuiuuum Feb. 1. HIM' -_' -..___..___._._.. 609.6 SJKpcolpta afternoon Mrs Smith n\tll'tI' or." butterflv novoUtoa n* n nIrI''. fi:'rntll.p .
month ,
the inspectors attribute to absence of and Ruater diarlct. to be held I Warranta luring laaunl 1 .- _-__:::::::-:::--- "4.7Overdraft "rrrNOTICE
April JJ. 1924. ____.__ 191
.nd WS4 .
audited March 1. nn
the lash-the instrument of punishment Th.following bill were Dl.trM ..... TRalnnce.

that was abolished last year bj; ortlertMl f paid I from general fund.:;'kn' Ft*. 1. 11124 '" _____.___ 15Z.4Micelpta
49H8 P T Stuart repair on
8l.0' during monlh _.-_..____.... ..20W..n.
the legislature.The 4U6II W H. Harrvll. t..p.---------- ____..... HO.((1
__-.20(101 I ... laaiieil ___________
morale of the prisoners is declared 48"40703 Hi.HP S. Dowlinu.Dowllnic.. teaching Unehlnii_____-_-____ US.00 Balance March 1. 1021 -__n__...____ 22Vlatrirt .*

be litlo 4'- Inn White. traehmg--------------. 8&.00< .l.<.I.. _._________ OF ELECTION
to changed.
.... 8&.00 Balance. Feb 1. lVU --
40..rol\ n Frl"". teaching.--. ? ...____ veated In I h the U I ?
rnontli : What is Teaspoonful
115.00 n durinir Hoar
lrta :
becoming less ire 4W4 J I' l-ailtfett. lran.p.----------- onrh.tht.w; r the of Pill a
Escapes are It.Oi4ir Warrants issued. .. _____________..... 8.00 Morlda ..... ,
4"'Tv l.rhaam. tt'achlna------------- Florida. h
__ __ ___ __ 0.81 Initriietlon of Bradford county
quent. It is shown, but this is declared ,Mi-Mn, Hnarn. teanhinv__._______ 8O.nO Balance March 1. 1014 n u by calla lection to be held In Rvd.ranhoul lIub

to be the result of doing away; 40.6 4978 J.M U L.. Wilkinson Hnwklni.. toaohin te.ohlDlI12G.00_______ DO.Oi' ,Balance. Fob 1"24 .No..' *__._.____ SRmolpta dlatrlct.. No. Tuoaday 6 and.. Bampaon April :22 Sub. 1IU4 a01district 10 I

with the grey uniform used by th(' 11171 0111. n.."..... teeohlnv___________ 60.01 durlnu month ..n_______... 1.1:1.: elect three No trtuteea 11!\ on each and to determine tho
Oi40X1 _.. .__...__
I 411"<) r:mnm Andrpua, teaching---- 25 Warrant laaued. .__On -- to be aaaejuied for th.'
of mlllairu
4 prisoners until aboutr90 days ago, ,. trnchjna---------- S7.B XI.1niatrlrl ', amount the Dak-
, r' Layton si anc.-- turccedlnir two yean, against their roapectdlatrlct 40 _It depends on
when the stripes were put back Ev 40'( l I. W. Kickllu-r, Board ..hvla.--' 4.20 Mo' I* *. You
.. ,, ..prvks8,0 I lag Powder >ou use.
21HeoolDta In
411"3.Un. Hoard Feb 1. 1924 1 For the of holdlnir. aald ehvtlonRmirr I --
' periences have proved it is pointed 4!>H4 I I.. JVynn. Hoard arrvke6.4' I Balancr durlnv; month -.:--__._::... 351 I oil.'riet purpose J. B J. lloaler, J aD. Itoaler, J. W. must use a heaping p i that the uniform incentive 4UK5 .1. Pmanuel. tiuchinu__ _...._____ 8O.tll'<' Warrant Issued ._ _n____..... 8 nBalance iaaklna. manaiera. Hobt. Burns, Clerk because they
out, grey was an lose( *. IJenkins, teanhing---------- 4001 March 1. -1924 _._.________d 47.Ot Fur the "< holdm" .. : of many brnnda
to escape because it made. JliHT Com Killer. Unchtnii- 4001. ,. ni.trifl' Ne.' U 8..+mnaon dl.trict: ; 'nt'Varnn, j..ljl...iV.t .., r I' don't contain: a* much leav

recognition of an escaped pridonei' 4I1HH M I.. Taut. tunehlnN.----- 8801 40 Oi Balance. Feb. I I. 11I24! ________. BlRecrliia Brown an appointed manaiccr.. T C. Jon... arcing! strength a*
lean Thomas DcSu. teaching- month ____ ___.______ 8.00
. more difficult than if the prisoner f i- 4IMMV''' H. U Wlinrliu.+ incid.. 75014II1IJ 7.18 Warrants laaued __..._.-.___.___.- 4601 CIHkn. WIGGINL.. W. KICKLITRII.Seereiary I
41101 II H Wiiculna, aalnry. Sup- -- __ ___... 13.6< Cha+,m18.51.5t4.1 .. .
_____ '
m wearing: the oldtime stripes when hi M R WICKllta. aalary-___________ 7601 Balance March 1. 1024 $ .
4IIJI4 I.. C. Kay teaches exam. ____. 4 ni Dl.tHrt Ne.' II
takes leave. ____ ...... 166,* CALUMETI !
41193 I.. W Kickliur." teachuh. ...m.__ 4014HOB Balance ...b. 1. 11U4 .. -. --
__.__ __..... 4.2QWarranta
The solitary confinement cell has (J. M simmoni! t..hlnll- &O.UO l Receilita luring month n THE WILl CAT
4110(1( S V Hnya. "teaehin____________ 86.00( tamied ------------...
had a peculiar effect on the white 111117 L. R, Eilwanla tranxp________,__ 6IS.HI Balance March 1. 1 924):: __.._________. 150.84 A I POWDERs
with the 401)8 W, It Harrfcll.' trttn l>._______.___ 110.001( Dlatrict N. II lly One of Our Citizens Economy 0/JHfA/G/
( prisoners as compared re ..<. .7'llec 1
H99 Consumes' Lumber. Co. lumber- Overdraft Fen. 1. Ivn! n .__u 81
action from the negroes Among the1 blank M D. Numum. labor on truck-- 1.00(> <*li.a during month -.______....... 4.118( I s '1'I all that -
I 1511(10.( I). J. Kellum deod. Lone Brldue." 12.00 Warranta laauei .h___________...... Deer and I lilted! In my Euhipp y Level spoonfuls arc arc
latter the cell is said to be dreaded ___..._. 0.2'HOD. .
MOl E. M ..lohna legal aervice Overdraf March 1. 19.14 ____..______ 18 11Dlatrict TpT when CALUMET-It
\ oven more than was the lash, but it .' J_ U. Davia A Co., Ina- N* 14Balance. I some eleven miles through the pines you use

From District FunilaI44'l I Feb 1. 1H.J4 .-_--._ __.______ *.4'Kecuiuta '+ from Starke to Sand lake. This I makes more bakings which means a real
restrain the white offender
does not during month ____._n_..__. 6.04Warrant 0-
: Roy Thomaa janitor_...1100 I 8 076(1( beautiful lake over a mile wide ami saving on bake day.
This is accounted for because of the l aued. ---- -
wood_______.__21.00 !S ----------
:1450 E I 11121-- _________ 4 US
1. roIling
March !
Balance surrounded by -
water----40.00 P! three miles long
negro's desire for his three meals >461 J. W. Watteraon.

daily which he wants even if it 14 i> I' :1414 c.. T.Woo I.awhorn., teaching-------------81.60 te..hln.U.&O S!2 Balance, Feb 1.Dl.triet 1V24 .Ne._. _II_ ____n__. 88.1"11lec.lpla hills of pine and. oak, is tlSherman's I LUM Sales2 times
458:I II t.
..___... .no( that
t.aching------60.00 2 during month ._ __. if he knov as much as
necessary to take a few lashes as an :14ft4 Eva Williams n.alunR--------80.00. 2 Nerrantssuud _________?____.___ 17.SO 1 1M..h paradise I """
appetizer; but he does not want to :H66 I15U IMIr free Wynn Dnwlinir.' teachinir+ ________8000 P I Balance t 1924 _____________ 60.61DUtrirt where and how to fish. I of any other
14117 Ins White, u-nchlnu-_-BO.00 I I No. IIRalon. The went the sunlit air WBII rand
be locked up in a restricted space 14118 Carolyn rrlpi teaching--._.8000 a ... Fob 1. l11l4 _.______.____ ._ S3.01fticrinta day I o
and compelled to get along on a restricted 10011. MoCruihr. teachlnir+ --------.7600 3 durinir month d____........ hazy with the azure dust of pli ne -
I4rt<* E Thornquoat teacbllllr10.00 I Warrants Inaued. __n__-_______-____ 68.26v.rdran 1 1I I
food diet also. :14H1 M. Croaby Uachinu-. _-_.._-7000 ) March 1. 1921 ____________ 3324 bloom 1I I
14H2 I.I Hunan t4-achlm__-_-7000 1 Prom the Lee place leading roun.1. 1I
White prisoners on the other, hand, DUtrlcl Ne' ITRalanee. GREATEST
34113 N. Stearna teaching-------70.00 8 ______... 12.79bcvips THE WORLDS
1DJ4 ht I
Feb 1 shore cauicl trr. stt'
side to we
it is said look upon the solitary confinement 1414 J. Thomas tcaehlnii- .70 00 I during month _____n._____ 2.70 on east OAXINO POWUZ&
165 E. Crltfin. toachinic__.- .60.OO 8 issued .. ....... I seventeen fine trout with rod and
Warrants -- -
almost -
---- -
cell as no punish- 3487 W E. Thornton Janitor-----66.90 8 ______________ 1S.4SDlatriet I
March 1. 1924
________007&.00 8 Science hummock there
of 406 Olive R.,. teaching I reel. In the we l'lImp']
ment at all. Captains are
camps Plant, wood 3.00IrtH 8 N.. I* I I his tiNlKU\\OI WINS
Light a
IBS City live oaks. cat! Bang bang went gun
R 00 ed under moss-laden
8 r.b I. 1UJ4> ---
Dverdraft --
to resort wood-----12.00 -- -- -
reported in many cases not W M. Pdwarthl. Ineid.______11.00 8 RvcripB donna month __..________n 10.04Vsrsnta I hot brown trot ''he shouted "I hit him, wild cut! tlln IN IIOMK: STATE
J. W. White Son For had ,
470 we
to use of the cell in a great many : tunln piano____ 880 8 laauedBalance ______ _________ supper
::1171 Hank of Starke teachin-----76,00 5 March 1. 1924 __ ___d_______ 16,04 corn bread. Hermuda onions from as a man and big ax a rnorbml!
cases in dealing with the white men. : 47J W. C. Oscar
:478 Mra R Perkins, .hlnll88.00 9 I Bond Faal N. 1Mlance White sliced thin and seasoned wit.h Get wood and make a fire quiikl"! UIUMINCiHAM. Senator
In such cases they argue it merely 474 Eva Anth-raon, teaching--------82.60 6 I reb 1, 1UJ4 .__ _- ______ 7.61 has the privilege of
iii"! Underwood
:475 Jewel Roberta. teachl8g--.86.60. 6 R.*. lpta during month u_........... vinegar arid pepper and pickles froDarby' Deer was frantically' hunting W.
takes them away from their work 47ft Roy Thomas Janitor.-_ 7.60 6 Warranta laaued -_ .....n___... were on hi" naming Alabama's delegation to the
-- fried Irish and ewepotatoes hoes not realizing they
booka 80047H 6 .____ 1.81Interea ,
while administering inadequate pun :477 I'. F. Collier A aon. balance March 1. 1924 uu the bash
______ 7.00 8 New York convention on
John.on Pub. Co. chart aad Staalnl Ne. I from Klckhter'n white feet.
ishment.In .._________ ,.904MO 6 ____ which he
4711 J. W Morgan one balance, reb 1 I. IUH 10464 71tecelpta continued.) of In Alabama in
1.16 1 __ read from Turner's, home-hak .! (To bu primary
of the however, J. W Morgan crayoiui- during month __________u 170.96
some camps 481 J. W. Morgan crayon-._ 160 II34M2 Warrant jutted ____________..____ biscuit i from home with Wilson sjrru, I dvfeuted I. B. Musgrovo by a
the captains use these cells and seem 8u le Watson .ohlnlrn&O.OO 11 balance March I. 1D24 _____________.10629.MIntereal Seed tenting. i ilt cheap Innurunci majority estimated at more than 20-
164H4 ami
to think that this mode of punishment 3488 J.. W.W. Morgan Morgan, crayon.-----erayo-------- 2.13 IS4H6 and Mnklnc ".. II crisp t baron and coffee sugar safe than plant gocHetul. ,, returns in the late
J lalance. reb I t. lliil ___. _-..4011710Yeevinta from John's. Better bo sorry; OHS) Incomplete
better results. J. W Niorican crayon___._._- 1.00 4 ____ cream
brings durlntr. month _____n_ 60 49 ..AU,20MUlIgrovo' '\
i i iI 811111 J. J. McLeod.. repair---------- 8.00 Warrant trued .______.............. Man alive I didn't we eat I gave Umkrwood ;
8481 W. C. Wootvn r'I".re- __ 12.00. 6 lalance March 1, llU _._________41 7.ktt blankets 27.2H5/ and M. L. I Hinslllol's 8,021.:
____ 8
Motorists Take :Notice'\ 4flfl W M. Harrell, Incid...___ 8 00 Then spreading our on
I 841111 A. A. Durdcn Incid._-13.UO S Munli 1, 1024 mother earth under the oaks an.1. I[ W. (*. T. II :CTlJlmI
1.uching----26.00 H rr Tp' OF FLoninA
Automobile Chamberof Andrew.
National Emma
t The 8400 WET CIIARGE1WASIiiNGTONI'rehibition:
8.40 97'hare COUNTY' OF BRADFORD. heedlei" I I'KOIIU
rcpalra blissfully
3491 Roy Kdwaiila u '-'- Stars we reposed ,
Commerce has issued some "Cau ; balm no further bu lne..a tho Boardiljourmd 1 hnreby certify that tl,. forevoln .. .- than! The W. ('. ''. V. held their result*
and dtaburaeaneata efhe of nil the cares of civilization, I
to meet the Ural Monday In April. nent of the receipt
tions" to the motoring public- I \H. H Wluiiliu L. W. Kickliter.Secretary aehool funds of Bradford County for the Lord we really lived once mom 'business meeting Tuesday afternoon I Commissioner -

1. Would you willingly injure A Chairman. iionth of rthruary. 1U24. ia rue and... correcto ng ''at the Methodist church, and after lluynus was liirecuUl by
the beat of my ..owl""' end .1I.fR. As we smoked the rood( night piper ,
child? B. WIUQIN8. the Mr to investigate
president Coolldgu
rnUNTT SCHOOL Constable ezcitirales the session 1'reniiliMit
I INANTIAL\ STATx61 t eo..,,, er1atea4aaL. f told Deer and ,
2. Drive reasonably. FUNDS atctementt of bear and wild cat known I tobe Arthur Wimd, gave u very interestin!& hargeH i that Roar Admiral Charles F.
3. Put your city on the Safety ;1 funny superintend a hnol funda for the Month ofG.n..1 Paris green powder dusted on the n.r-ent prowlers in this same han lecture on her experience In tempoi/ Plunkett, commandant of the

Honor Roll. ;' 'b'' o"t"l. "i 1B24; leaves of cabbage or other succulentlantH mock where we were now encampeiWay anee work In England and Ourmnnj tlntoklvn navy yard, said Washington -

1. Remember you are at times a o i .1..I...ft ri-l.. I. 1'"+21 Sehoel_ Fond_ n41).HIt. > which are placed conveniertly in the night our tire burned while she wan n member of the wax the wettest city In the United

pedestrian. month __ .176681.n.iuntx Salvation Army with General Boot Coinmlfinloner Ilayne was
lurinu till' kill troublesome rabbits StnU'H.
the nil. 4 iMUiil ._ ___._-____1767110 ow itnd I it was cold. I called to Cut
courtesy' on \\ -- and his
5. "After you" is White House
table to get more wood and he ,'al- Mrs. Wood stated that the tren
I _- ..... .......__. .- -- ...-- ed, lo deer but neither got up.cali.eul f toward prohibition is growing boo attention directed to published Mtate-
-' '-.- ----- I'lunkett.CAM. .
I - -- of Influence of generations of menu by Admiral
---- J=Z:' .-:.- .... 1 it would take strategy I to cause

I let u tire. Thu! leaven were dry and children now grown who were trailed -
r the churches in the nand oHope. : IS ISSUEfo'On\ 3UM
'ruckly./ I hurled a big round swat by

Steel Body $490 (iitatu crashing along close by Cot In the countries the drink evlis 1'\Wry CONVENTION

I .table's head. Ha jumped up yellin deeply r..wd--for generation I It
Truck of ST. PAUL, Minn.-Call for a nnt -
"Deer, Deer, get ups I wild cat will hug been mixed every part
the life of the Individual; but the t inul convention of political organizations -
Lab. Detroit -- favorablo to the "third
/people are waking to the degradatio

To Cure a CoU. all (>n.> I'uj of the drink evil, and IH en In Rngln<" party" movement to be held in St.

oho. LAXATIVE: BROMO QIUNINF!! : T.iMrtu' ; where "the trade" Is .supposed to bstrongly Paul June 17, wan Issued here at ameeting
and worNrt on
tile outfit end llfudai' Im
ups a.\\::
ubl! IT. W CKOVh" uuualuroouuach: lion entrenched, the liquor In- of delegate from eight

ti'rcslM encountered some rougl ittuten.

weather. at a rtrent election and not The purpodo of the convention as

..tM..1 a few of Its candidates. either were skated in the call is to nominate a

, defeated! or went in by reduced ,prenidmt and a vice-president and

[ Practical I nmJontirH nut withstanding the aI"lltL| national platform. Thirteen

/ I lavish expenditures of funds hj nrmtnUntloni were represented at

r r > I Tells I l>rcwiTM and dmtillerH.! Whereas f.ady the conferente which adjourned last

II I II i Nurse Ii I Astor, Mrs. Wintringhiim and sliithcr > nlICht.

Airs N. K. Snow of Route ': women candidates, all friendly!
1 I : I NO J'lm'y.IIJ'ST l: TO OUIIH-J.:
1, near Paris 1>nn., tells the to: .Iht- temperance cause and Lief
story of her experience a* : IN (''I.111.\1'ISU; ; ItKIUKNS:
.'011<'., president of the United King-
follow.: : liOM TAX COLLECTIONS:
"I am 62 years old and I ism Alliunte, Philip Snowden labor

have been a practical nune J leader. and other drys sailed intoI'arllament

for more than' 20 years, taking on a big majority.The WASHINGTON, March 10.-AI-
mostly maternity .allu. though the " Home Secretary IM a strong
One of my daughters Buffered of Income
Truck At A Remarkable Price from cramping at She .emperuncp man; and the Chancellor of the first
An Purpose would Just bend double and it the Exchequer: has publicly ml. profits taxes this year hoe paused,

The new Ford all-steel body and cab mounted on the famous Ford have to go to bed. ilentified himself with the Three the treasury was without a precedent

I One-Ton Truck chassis provide a complete all-purpcwe haulage unitat I'ointn, programme of the Temperance tll guide in calculating return from

the remarkably low price of $490. ('oum-il of the Christian Churches the first quarterly collection. So

Built of heavy sheet steel. strongly reinforced, this staunch truck I* CARDUI loth the Government and tho Liberal nany unknown quantitle ed.t..dthat

designed to withstand severe usage in a wide range of Industrie I i I'arty are pledged by their electionnldresHen Umler-Secrettary Winston as-

Generous loading space four feet by seven feet f two inches permitseasy to tackle the question of rrted one guess win as good as anther -

and i. also made for reform.A on the amount collected.!
handling ol capacity load provision censing .

mounting of canopy top or screen side Be Woman's Tonic number of Interesting exptfrlnc Treasury discussion estimates of a before 25 per congrealonnl cent re--

Experienced drivers appreciate the weather-proof feature of the .. m Germany were related by
i colleclona -
recommended to her and Action effecting this year'
which Is fitted with removable door-opening curtain WM MrH. Wood after. which she stated
steel cab, she only had to take about began placed the first quarter's

l two bottles, when she hardly/ hat the women of the German above 3100,000,000. Those
I uceipts
i knew that /It waji ., she teiohHtag are said l to stand almost
y f gores, however were based on
suffered l so little pain. of the
8H u unit for the prohibition
.J "M y youaypat daughterwas / veragea taken from previous year'secorde.
Detroit, MichiganSee + run-dov'n weak and I >
nervous, and looked I like she '. published an appeal to the

the Nearest Authorized Ford Dealer ;y didn't have a bit of blood Ji uthontii" from the professor of SIO.NM"" YOU CAV HH.IrAK: ix"K

left.-juit a walking and tired skeleton all the, ygiene in the univernites, warningf your breath i lot bad sal you have
I time no appetite I gave her two bottles the dangers from the consumptionf "prlU iit *..iinnuiiK' ui tho ti,..-l, J.oorinrnr

of Cardul. It built her up ( all'"hoThey! declare that any ."JtfJtite, constipation and a (" no.iotint -
1 I lRef:
and <'. forlmg, it M n sign your utrirpld.
and llhe began weight eating and se of food stuns for alcoholic: drinkihouM : t ; The ono really di-M-mla!,1.1 rnrody -

noon gained In since" ) he prohibited. They further I, for all di""nlrl'l!i in the liver, stomach

ha Cardui been sd the wail'..oman's Tonic I call attention to the evil effect on the nd Ijowi-U M Irrbir e. It wU,......urflilly
the liver strrnKtlwns digestion! purinti -
441 ban helped:! suffering women mind anti will power of alcohol, e>n the bowel, anti rvctorm. a. Ono 1&f.IIa.ef .

TRACTORS for over forty years. Try It. rAt I eclaring "In these grave times, the r en"rnr vim and cbeerfuln JTkwOo. "
TRUCKS all druggists'.
CARS clear bokiliyALL
FM4-C E-l00 eople need more than ever .
( Z. $ limb and resolute wilts. DKt'fi TORES

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\< FRIDAY MARCH 21, 192i


,. ;... ..... I Ns', un
PACK MMiUlBradfofd _____
: baby carriage ITEMS
lit than a NEWS
of Florida, at the COM of fcininmLtocembiir
In the ante
r County Ttlegrapli i) l ;:garden path It is lack of maintenance allowing --, Politic: ]. Announcements( slat 11)23.K) .

which destroys roads, it i Is -- uurc .
built -- ,-- -- Dinkins was a visitor to Loans on Real E.IBIO _______-__-___12870.2
be Charles
road to week-
too light a the
SENATOR spent Collateral Security
FOB STATE Mary Boyer Loan on ------
entered a* traffic it will bear, which. To the Dvmocratio. elector of Fifteenth Jacksonville Sunday. other than Real E tul. _______ 6r.EO.OU
and the with her parents,
t Published weekly for Senatorial Ui trict of Florida 1 r* p cUul- end in Baldwin I All other Loan and DlrcounU*______17874.11
at the pout destroys roads; it is failure to enact ly olicLt your support for nmomluauon in i Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Boyer. ____________..__________ 88.82
wcond class}; matter, load laws June primary AH your elate umator for aaidilintrict Cecil Sullivan spent several daysin United State Bond ____n________. 1 ol.00
wide tire and which, embrace the tountiu of Bradford Blinking. House. Furniture. Fixture.. 4H23.80
f office at Starke, Florida. .____ ,which destroy roads. and Ualon. D. hX KN1G f. Judge R. A. Green, of Starke, was Jacksonville last week. I Other Ksal Estate __________________ 8001.2S
:_ --- -- : Due from Incorporated Buk.24118,84'
=--- --- -=- : ____own... "There Isn't money enough to pay in town Monday on official business. Cuh Item. __.________________-___. '..80i
x. .."MATTHEWS______________. .. for national highways. We will all FOR i howby 1KEPRESEMTAT1VE! announce myiiulf-GROUP an a candidate ONE Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, of i Cub on Hand _____________________ 2622.1e

I' J. C. RoflINBON.Manm h g Edltcl.PUttLlSHED More fallacy. Thereare i In group one for nomination for tie oiflu ofrvprMMintativo Starke were guests Thursday of
be bankrupts in the IVK.filature. from Bradford Mrs. A. A. Smith and Mrs. Catherine TOTAL m01.71
M I fourteen million motor cars in the county, flubjuct to th. action of th, Starke Mrs. M. E. Edwards.Mrs. LlablUtlM
visitors to
I fern oo ratio prtamry to b* hold Jun. 8rd. 1024. Teare were Capital Stock Paid In __, ____-___16000.00Surplus
EVERY FRIDAY United ,States. If they are worth on I pctfully couch th. aupport of all Monday. Fund -- --------------..-- 1100.05Undlvidad
of each (which is an I Democrat votes and. if .IL....... promiM W. E. Torode was a visitor to : ; Pro flu ((Less Enpeiue
: an average faithful and oo..I.nUo.1II >rvic.. and Taxes Paid __ 10M.8I
-, -' represent an Investment EVEUETT M. JOHNS Starke Thursday. Individual Dcpoelta Subject to Chec4..4o117.80Time
underestimate) they and Miss
I Edwards
r Mrs. W. II. Certificate of ________U1. .8I
SUBSCRIPTION' RATEr I bt $7,000,000,000. Did we visitors to _. 42.18
I FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CnoUP TWO Eunice Whitehead were Cuhler'a Check Outstanding ---

\ "oat' Year __ _________.2.00 get bankrupt buying them? We did I m hereby member announce of the How..myvelf of aa Keprmentatiywfnmi a. candidatefor Starke Wednesday.N. Roy Carter of Jacksonville week. visited TOTAL 18101.71State

: not! Why should we get bankruptbuying Bradford County Fla., t, group No. 2Rubjoct < relatives here last
+ ...
--- worth of to the Democratic primary of Jun. 3.1U24. of Florida. County of Bradford :
never billion I earnestly solicit th* luprtort of thavotvni D. Wainwright of Starke, andA. I. A. A. FUTCH. Cuhlur of the above
1 i roads and the interest on seven i In lie coming primary. If tlacted I A. Hazen, of Brooker, were in George White' of Starke was mentioned Bank do tolemnly swear that the
I .romire ta work for th* bat intereet above tatemint .In true to the heat of my
I billions will build today more national ford county and the state of Florida. R..poct-I Lawtey Thursday. ,Both are candidates transacting in town Monday. knowledge and belief. A. A. FUTCH. Caahler.COKKECT .
II than have as yet fully. W. O. DUVALL. I ;; -ATTESTl
II I highways we for the office of tax. assessor A. A. DURDEN.

I engineers ami machinery to build. I FOR COUNTY JUDGE fop-Bradford county. ISheri Mrs. Alex: Williams and two chil- W.S. R.U. JOHNS SEALES.,

Transportation has been for, us I I hereby announce myself a candldata forth I dren, of Jacksonville, spent a few Ul rector

I II Americans!, nothing' but rail And'I *. office I refer of th County* voters Judea to of my Bradford record during county. < W. J. Epperson and Deputy days here last week at the home ofMr. Subftoribed and .worn. to before ,nt. thta
I Now weI the terma 1 hav held this olflo In th. put. G. W. Stokes. 8th day of Jan. 1824.J.
water for all our history. and I earnestly olteit/ their support at th W W. Baisden, of Sta-ke were of- and Mrs i C. WEINER Notary' PnbUa.IN .
: to translate the word coming. primary If elected I prom!.. tcdiMcharK
a av lire compelled : ficial visitors here Tuesday.Mrs. .
+ i tl the duties of the office to the beet i CIRCUIT COURT. STATE OF
into "highways" and "motors. of+ my ability according to law and without: I If..r I Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville \ El.hlh Judicial Circuit. Bradford

understand highways, or favor. GKQ.. A. GARDINER. business here last In Chancery
Motors we of Fort Myerswas transacting
I --- --- --- M. E. Todd, was Farmer A De.leraI.nk., a corporaion -
No. 4954 us yet, we only partially comprehend FOR SHERIFF the guest last week of Mrs. M. | week. I oraaniBed and .xlsting, under
foi of the State of Florida
In National Highway I hereby announce myeelf a candidate the law
(Membership and "motor transport, as a whole, Sherttt or Brndford county and If elected I E. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Complainant.

Association) is a sealed book to most of us. I promise affiatent administration of tb..h.e j i C. C. McCormick, of Waldo, was I II v..
Hill.[ .
ur'. ofTloe. 1 stand for law enforcement' J. J. Sterrlckc, et ala..
---- The first step in opening it is to I, equally applied to on. and all, without feai i a visitor here Monday[ \ Defendant.It .
or favor I shall I appreciate the support ol appearing by affidavit appended tAJ the
FARMS get rid of :fallacious thinking to I: the voter at th* primary: June 3rd. I II Dr. J. II. Carrodinee was a visitorto I I bill flied In tee\ abovetate cure that

FICHT FIRE ON realize that what used to be, is rib I I W. M. MITCH) EDWARDS' Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. | H. C. Wimberly and son, Max, Albert William Kelley Eater and Mr Kelley*. Sherman hi* wife William, Sherman

more true today, than what is proper I hereby announce myself a candidate foi I were transacting business here Tues his wife the defendant therein named are
The National Board of Fire Under- will fit re-election to th. office of Sheriff of it radio re nonreaidenta of the State of Florida, and
q record of,1 fire road width and cost today, I county. re-elected I will aa In the putapar ," and Mrs. W. E. Torode and day. they are ...*.I..on'ot Buffalo State of New
writers Is compiling a In th. full diBChaitr, of all the
i hundred no pains
years the of twenty:
and each
conditions fifty, a York ar over ass
E. E. were
and Mrs. Burney
in various duties of the office, and I earnestly solicit the Mr. ordered that ...111non..ldent
farm property I It i I. therefore
losses on hence support of the' voters at the .n utntr primaryReapootfullr Jacksonville Thursday. Fred and Robert Moore were visi- one mean and hereby required
Y covering tho period of 1918- I W. J. EPP KSON: visitors to defendant an
itatfH tors to Jacksonville Saturday.C. I to appear to the bill of oontplaintfiled
The total will run well toward eandtdsU, I in said cause on or before Monday, the
1921. former I hereby announce myself as a
B. Lambright
'I Hon. Edwin ,
I for sheriff of Bradford county. I.m w.1I I Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stokes, of South 214 day of April A. D. 1824 otherwlM th*
4100,000,000. postmaster of Tampa and associate acquainted with the duties of the office .nd here last business alienation of alif bill will\ b* taken aa eoa-
house in l not .. to disehanr them to chi Georgia, spent several days J. Hofma was transacting : feMod by ald defendant.It .
The average farm 'editor of the Tampa Morning Tri- I ulmoete.If my .bIII", with equal jus tie* itall. week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.G. in Starke Monday. I I. further ordered that this order b.*
subjected to danger as is the case bune, is a candidate for delegate to I earnestly solicit the support of chi I publUhed one a week for four .0..U.*
voters. at the. ensuing primary. W. Stokes. -- week.. In th* Bradford County Taletcravh. a
with city )buildings.; On the other I the National, Democratic Convention I A. _B. ALVAREZ newspaper. published In raid County and
hand there i lit little or no lire protection I from the first congressional district. Rev. E. D. Buyer, of Baldwin State.
o FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT M. L. Loadholtz came home from and This March 14th. 1924.
provided for farm dwelling or While the fret district is a little bit 1 .hereby announce myself a eandldst foi I visied friends here Thursday G. W. ALDERMAN
I I re-election. to the offlc of Clerk of the Circuit Jacksonville- spent the first of the E. M. JOHNS. Clerk Circuit Court
outbuilding.Too out of our beat, we just rise to say curt of Bradford county subject to thi+ I his Friday. Solicitor. for
action of th votes at the corainv primary,. week family. KNIGHT
will have to be C. A.
many farmers fail to recognize i that Florida reason June 8rd. 1 appTciat. the duties of this important 8-21-61-4-18 Deputy Clerk.
+ the ever-present danger from flre. I proud of her delegation at the big office* but feel that 1 am discharge them. Having served the. public T. L. Wainwright was transacting
Farm buildings the most convention if she sends men of the before* the voters are well able to JudiMas' + Jacksonville Dist. St. Johns River --- -- -- -

t easily safeguarded against loss from Lambright stamp. The eyes of the I chnos to my to fitness elect l me.for I the promii office, faithful and. if the and" business in Starke Saturday. Conference, M.\ R Church, was here WILLIAMSADDISONThe

Florida and when efficient service. Your Is rapetful< holding the fourth
we support
fires. are
if i various t ly solierUd. O.: W. ALDERMAN.. Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke,
tho have representative places to fill we quarterly conference in the evening. home of Mr. and Mrs. John-
G Chiefly responsible among was here Thursday looking over the

i known causes of tires on farm ought to elect representative men to .SUPERINTENDENT 1 hereby announce PUBLIC myself a INSTRUCTION candidate fur political field. The sheriff is a candi- I I Addison, near Raiford was the scene

defective nil them. re-election to the office of county superlnten W. E. Torode was transacting business of a pretty wedding last Sjmday
are lightning I date for reelection. ,
{ property I
dent of school of Bradford county, subject to Eva Belle
.-:.' chimneys and flues, stoves, furnace,,. the primary on June Brt!. I promise. If nominated in Starke Monday.The I when their daughter, Miss
There that the / and elected. to perform the duties ol married to Mr. James F. Williams
is probability was
i boilers and their pipes, spontaneous tome the office to the best of my ability.: 1 jollcilth Mrs. Annie Brown Barrett, of Jack- ,

combustion, matches, smoking and I contest In the second congressional vote of submitted very voter In H.the DoW .GJl Respectfully ,. sonville, spent the week-end here funeral services of the infant I of Cross City.

and its products. district will become a three-cornered Mr. and Mrs. Silas Judge A. C. Strickland officiating
petroleum with her mother Mrs. M. E. daughter .of
Every farmer knows that he can I alTalr Hon. Frank Clark is a candidate I FOR TAX ASSESSOR EJwarda. Futch was held at the house on I Only a few relatives and friends
reelection lion. R. A. 1 am a candidate for nomination to th. of
!' remove the lightning hazard by avery for ; ace of county assessor of taxes of Bradford Thursday afternoon, Rev. W. I. were present. -
'Green, of Sturke, is an active candidate county and respectfully solicit your cooperation church officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Williams are well
i simple and Inexpensive method and : in the Democratic oilman of Powell of Grace I
I support Mr. and !Mrs. James Godwin,
host of friends
rumored and have
Defec- at this time, and it is election to b. held June 3. 1U24 1 assure you known a
of lightning rod equipment. that lion Chas E. Davis of Madison that I deeply appmcfat the confidence and Starke spent Sunday here with who extend heartiest congratulations.
tive chimneys end flues are wholly support yon have) a-lvea. m* In the past and I Jack Bntrgs! of Jacksonville, was
will shortly cast: his hat into the ring. trust that my official record may have your relatives. They left Sunday evening for
within the control of the owner of the approval for another term. Respectfully, transacting business in town Friday.Dr. .
I Cross City where they will make
of stoves
property. Proper repairing Barber--e
_, J. W. home from their future home.-Union County
h furnaces boilers and pipes is a mat- LAKE MUTLEU 1 hereby announce myself as a eandlJsts .
of Starke a
for the office of tat assessor of Bradford Gainesville and spent Sunday with E. L. Biggs, !Times.
ter of good housekeeping which it is I county, abject to the action of the Democratic visitor here Sunday. I
Mr. T. D. roof the Telegraph voters at the primary June 5. 1924. If his family.
I ,t almost criminal to neglect. Sparks I Proctor \ elected 1 promise to faithfully perform thdutlm _____ McKINNEY-WARD
\ on roofs cannot be entirely eliminated force, has many friends in of the office: : keeping a clean, correct I -
; I record of all work connected therewith. Very
but if the chimneys are tight ar.d run thin community that extend to him :respectfully.: :: A. A.: HAZEN:

height danger from this I and, Mrs. Proctor all good wishes fora -- --- -- ITEMS II III Mr. Volley McKinney, of Sampson,
to a proper I FOR TAX COLLECTOR;' I HAMPTON LOCAL NEWS and Miss Florle-Ward, of Graham
cause is reduced to a minimum. Fires prosperous future. 1 hereby announce to the public that I ama
I candidate for re-eteetion to the" office of i were married by Judge R. A. Green
caused by petroleum and its products The very much rain and cold is county tax collector, subjoct to the will of his office in Starke February

.4 ;', ran be wholly eliminated if proper I'very discouraging to the many the election people to at be the held coming June 8 Democratic, 1024. Proraiainff primary" Junior B. Y. P. U. ProgramThe Master Frank William, Birthday 26th at at 8:00 p. m. on

,- care Is maintained In using those !growers vegetables in this part of efficient If ,re-elected service, the In same the persona future ),as courteous In the put and I following program was rendered TartyMrs. Mr. McKinney is an esteemed

: articles and If they are kept in receptacles -I the county. There is great hope for I will appreciate your vote E.nw"IIiA: YEs. by the Junior B. Y. P. U. fast ,J. L. Williams entertained in young man and is a world war

; intended for the purpose. better weather in the near future. ___ Thursday evening March th9. Subject honor of her son Frank's tenth veteran; his bride is a very prettyyoung

< ; Spontaneous combustion usuallyresults The oyster supper given at the clubroom th. .I office hereby of announce tax. collector myself of Bradford a candidate county.foe was "A Strange Contest." birthday Thursday evening March I lady and her sweet personalityhas

r' from either oily rags, paint for the benefit of the Christian I solicit the support of the voters of the county. Thursday evening, March 9th. Subject 13th at her home. Interesting games I: made her one of Graham's
and If elected I promise a faithful discharge
or other similar material left careles- church seat fund was well patronized of the' duds of said office. R-sprt- Song. were played. Cake and hot chocolate favorite daughters.

ploslons in barns duo to Improper 'and a neat sun realized. fully---submitted.-- B. M.-DOWLINQ: << Prayer-President. was served at the conclusion.. Many I I They will reside at Sampson City

ventilation. It Is simple to avoid nice were received. Those
I Mr. and .Mrs. R. E. Dell and son, FOR SUPERVISOR! OF REGISTRATIONI Song.
these hazards by the use of ordinary hereby announce that I am a candidatefor Business Period. present were Annie May Wheeler
Ernest, atemfcil, church at Miller last re-el ret. ton to the office of supervisor of WOODLA
intelligence.For mristration. If I am r-lected I shall continue Special 1Iusic.IntroductionVestal. John Latty Wheeler, Vestal Wheeler,
I Sunday. to < Wheeler
every bit of farm property carrying out th. duties of the office. R0pft Wheeler. Lewis Wheeler, Derrick J. S. Norman and daughter, Myrtle' ,
of Sanford'
that is destroyed, the profits of some Hitl Mainus spent fully C. A. KNIGHT. Ahab Begins to Suffer-Ruth Wil- Hilda Durden, Bruice Larsen Donnel were visitors to Starke Saturday.

home farmer are wiped< out and the ;week-end with his parents, Dr. and liams. Larsen, Annie May Pearce Mary Miss
Debbie Miami
Phillips left for
"problems of agriculture" are increased I hereby announce myself a candidate for When Obadiah met Elijah-Hilda Elizabeth Pearce and F. M. Johnson. Wednesday to visit her brother.
that much for the Mrs. Jessie Powling is visiting her re-election to the office of county commissioner I --
by Just !Durden.
for District No. I. Lawtey. If rv-ekctd Miss Beatrice Phillips is visiting
farmer Inuit secure new capital with daughter in Lake City for a few days. I I will Rive. the same careful. and conscientious Ahab Talks to Elijat:-Fred Ward. I Gladys Allgood's Birthday Party relatives at Valrico this week.
Mrs. M. J, app and children, of attention to the duties of the office as I .haveIn
which to replace property destroyed. the LOUIS. H. Elijah Proposes a Contest-Mary Last Wednesday evening March
y put HILL. eon Hutchinson, of Plant City, was
' This must all be charged up against I New River, were visiting In town -- Pearce. 12th, Mrs. W. E. Allgood, and Mrs. P. a visitor here last week. .
the high cost of production on farms. Monday. hereby announce that I am a candidate The Prophets of Ball Fail-Annie B. Hunt entertained in honor of Mrs. Dr.
Biggs caller here Sun
)I As to fatalities and, mutilations due I Mrs Sarah Welch is very ill at this for county comm issf oner, District No. 8. I May Wheeler. Allgood's daughter Gladys' sixteenth was a
have served the county as a member" of the I
to fires on the farms, there are no I writing but every one hopes for her board and am will In.* to be judged by my rrc '! Elijah's Preparation-Frank Williams. birthday, at the home of Mrs. P. B. day.R.
I : recovery ord. If elected I promise faithful and eon. B. Austin visited his mother at
available statistics but conservative icttintlous .....1.* to the dutius of the office. Hunt. The parlor and dining room
of the I Messrs.[ P. D. and Homer Welch Uospoctfully. J. L. UNPEKJCII.L. decorated with Webster Saturday, returning Sunday
I opinion holds that 30,000 I God l Hears Elijah-Vestal Wheeler. were tastefully pot :

: deaths and Injuries by fire in the were transacting business in Jacksonville Special Music. plants. Several interesting games ,laying his mother was improving.
)i I United States in 1923!I a regrettable Saturday 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate Chain of Prayers. were played. The biting of a swing- I Deolon Carter was a visitor\! to
I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brannen are'ceiving for Commissioner. District No. 6Bompnslnit
number occured( in rural district I County Bible Stories. ing apple was quite a ludicrous Starke
"I,1 the Brooker and New River. If el ct* Friday.
To avoid the larger part ofAmerica's I I congratulations over id: I promise: a faithful and efficient' performance Song and I'rayer-MrI. V. B. Whael feature. The prize was won by Mr.
irrivnl of a fine son born at their of the duties of the off, ce, and will Johnnie Parmenter and wife, of
)1 fire loss, whether it: be In work always for the best Interest of !r. Fred Ward which consisted of a

J. town cr country does not require any home last Friday. .+tire. county. Rospectfully. handsome box of candy. A fishing Jacksonville, visited their parents
The Fifth Lord's th.1
' specialized' knowledge but only the I Day Conventionf Mrs Albert Sullivan and children, contest was carried out from which Sunday.A .
the this 1 SCHOOL BOARD .:DIST.: Ne. I
Churches of Christ in
quality of ordinary carefulness and section .The frlemis of flee. L. W. KI.kll..r ask? for of Vero, are the guests of Mrs. Sul I all kinds of articles were caught'l daughter was born to Mr. and
j of Florida is announced to con- his re-election aa a member of the Board of making the both
tho exercise of common sense.01'It livan's parents this week. game Mrs.
't I ,_enc in Lake Butler! March 29__ and____ SO._ __ Publi\ Instruction for district No.' 1 of Bradford I Nathan Starling Thursday.
no county. Mr. KickliUr has given the utmost Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a interesting. Home-made candy was I
Avery neat program is being sent s,tisfsctlon during the several terns he
Hir.H\VA\8 has served on the board, end we consider Ito professional visitor here this week served all through the evening. At
out and a !good time ia expected.Mrs. the Interest of the voters and the county Rev. Jones preached at the Baptist the conclusion refreshments consist-
J. Mrs. Lin- that his service be continued. .H.t' Sven Million'Richard
One of the factors retarding road W. Epperson, MANY FRIENDS. church Sunday morning! and evening. ing of hot chocolate and saltines were !'3
and Mrs. Brownlee of ....
development Is lack of appreciationof tiaugh Starke MEMBER: SCHOOL BOARD:=DIST. N*. I At three in the afternoon the church served. This was one of the most

the modern science of highway and Mrs. George Andrews of Lawtey m.tobtf: announce. .myself a candidate, for assembled at Santa Fe lake where charming features of the season. I!
the school board, district No. 8
In Lake
Butler to
i building and using. were Thursday attend If nominated and elected I promise a faithfulllschsrae seven were baptied. The guests reported a pleasant time.
the at "The of the duties of the office to the
We know too many things about spring opening I Mst of my ability. I solicit the vote of every Rev. Windham, of Gainesville, filled Miss Gladys received many hand-

, roads which are not sol! Mirror. I, r emoerat In. the primary to be L.held J.June WYNN.3rd.Respectfully. his regular! appointment at jhe Meth- some presents. Those present were

Many of our highway ideas aretwenty The Woman's Missionary Society- odist church Sunday afternoon. Nataly Marcioney, Erma Johns Es-

I ;years behind the times. We held their regular meeting at the I Mrs. W. R. Jackson and sisters, tells Hobby, Jessie Williams Bessie of

I, i haven't caught up with the engineer. Christian church Saturday afternoon I DORMAN FOR DELEGATE Mrs. J. C. Cadwell and Mrs B. H. and Reba Maxwell Hilda Durden, .' v t

! I For instance, "all roads wear out with a large attendance and great Interest i The name of lion W. K. Dorman, Loflin, and mother, Mrs. E. C. Annie May and Mary Pearce, .y y. ..Nrf'

\ The enormous money invested. in shown and plans >f Live Oak, has been suggested as a Knight, accompanied by their friend, I: Gertrude, Blanch and Gladys Allgood, f
was many
them is this a capital 10...." candidate for one of the delegates !Miss Corti Douglas returned to their ]j I Messrs. Herbert, Durden, Marvin aFjyes

Roads do not wear out. The surface made to help build God's Kingdom In i i from the Second Congressional! District homo here Friday evening after a Williams, Leslie Futch Edwin Wheeler

of a goad road wears of course. this part of the world. to the National Democratic Convention visit with relatives and friends in and Vental Wheeler.Mr. .

So does the roof of a house. But replacing Every home should have a copy of which will convene in New Macon, Ga.

the house roof doesn't mean the Bradford Telegraph visit them fork City next June. Mrs. J. J. Brannen and Lynn Hall A. Hazen, of Brooker, was a

that the rest of the house isn't good. i I Mr. Dorman will, if elected vote were business visitors to Starke last business visitor here Tuesday.
in touch
once a week in order to keep
The surface of a road is its roof. If for and support' the presidential preference Monday. Mr. Torran, formerly of Cedar

it wears out it must be replaced. But I I with air the things that lead to home nominee of the approaching Mrs. I. J. Priest who has been Key, is installing a bakery in the

that doesn't moan that the right of improvement. primary election for the nominationf visiting friends and relatives at Green i t llagan building on Main street this tJ SMyrti. uvoe.erigl

way, the grade, 'foundation, and all I! I a Democratic candidate for President Cove Springs, has returned to her week. A bakery is badly needed her E. Cnrtght: 28 years ago

the material is any less valuable than What do people want No one [ of the United States.SUSCIP home here. and those who han been handling a patrolman, today has the biggest

at first. has ever been able to answer that T. J. Pearce and family, of Lake t'.that line of eatables have promised city policing job on earth. Aa Corn
inissioner of Police of New York
"Trucks destroy ronda. Therefore question satisfactorily. You may get I r "r'" Geneva, were the guests of Mrs. him their cooperation and auppor. I City for six year. he has had to

mlt'lr, "nn1", pay fn. ..,....*,.. T>..*. I Area's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. W. P. Dirt and family wer.. look out. lor :).IOOOI'( 4

too, is a fallacy. .'. ik no mo .....1. atid -. A uuy 1 THE TETEGRAPH ) Bedenbaugh this week. ]j'risitors here last Sunday. 1| World the treasure brows of the
1'Tickk." At club House) March 28th. ntenll there 'eb
destroys a road, when truck and road 1 .. ... ,


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