Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02227
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I TAX BILL UP r- Porter Lectures I Large Crowds Attend Com- I New :Monroe Doctrines | I BERRY MEN t

AFTER SENATE mencement Bradford High School I II I V F CONFERVITH\

Capacity crowd attended-the : Rosa Leviton gave iievernl

Ii PASSES BONUS twenty-ninth commencement of the '! instrumental numbers, and Miss 1\111-1 SOUTHEASTERN? 1

Bradford high school, antI listened '! dred Gill a voice number. I

with close attention to the exercises Each one taking part in the play '

: MAJORITY SUFFICIENT TO I rte. for three consecutive evenings.The deserves great credit for the mannerin I DELEGATES FROM STARKE "

OVERRIDE POSSIBLE VETO re baccalaureate sermon was which they carried out their part, AND LAWTEY AT MEETING

preached. Sunday evening by Rev. W. and fur amateurs their acting was remarkably I _

Main Features of Bonus Bill Same As K. DauRherty, of the Christian! ]I well-done. i Southern K\pr: <-'Virtually Promises

Bill Passed by House-Will church, his subject being "The Conditions j j The graduating, exercises were hold EiprfMM: Refrigerator/ Service .

Override Veto on Which the Prize of Lifo is : Tuesday evening Under the direc- From Hampton

I Won", and his text was taken from |I tton of Miss Carolyn Fnpp, the

Washington April 23.-With' the Philippians, 3d chapter, verses 13 and auditorium stage was beautifully s tr Tuesday a number\ of strawberryvmwers
' passage late yesterday of the soldier u. !I decorated in the class colors of green i
r and business of Stnrko
'I men
and white. Over
bonus bill the insurance an,4mprovised! gate
carrying Music was furnished! by a choir
i was placed the clans motto: "Honor / and Luwtey went to Hampton and "1
the '
plan, senate was prepared todayto selected from the different churches I
VTOC4CT[ 1 Lies at Labor's Gate". Green and uT06AaT[ with !Mr. J. E. Ska
plunge into the tax revision of the town and by high school glee met ??, general

measure. The bitterest legislative John n Ford Pullman car porter, club, under( the excellent direction of white crepe paper were used to form in God's own country. manager, and Mr. G.V.. York

battle of the session with the Mellon who. upon Invitation lectured l, from Mrs. A. E. Wall, with Mrs. DeWitt 0. 'l La drapery at the back of the stage, JI'IoridaJ eat moderately; and dont >superintendent( of the Southeastern
income tax rates as the center of the bfci viewpoint on "Transportation." Jones as accompanist. The Gloria," while ut the front were placed baskets worry; is the creed of Major
[is forecast. at Dartmouth and Harvard colleges."MoluiMes of pink Radiance\ roses. Large Boston Edward J. Monroe; BOB years old Express: Company, taking up with
controversy catches inoiv tiles than by Kozart was sung by the choir ferns in pots were also used effective- of Jacksonville Fla-, youngest son them tho iiuestlun of express refrigerator -
Chairman Smoot, of the finance water" lie said,, referring to ulaM composed of the following) persons! : I liy. of President Monroe lie was born service for handling the

committee in moving to take up the $ ) per month tips Mesdames A. Z. Adklns I). I K. Knight, in King George County Vs., in berry throughout the Lawtey
I I The'
ten graduates Isabel 1815.
revenue measure predicted that a E. K. Perryman, F.: It. Long, Misses Starke section.
| I Fernandez, Iris Epperson.: Mary .
minimum of two weeks would be required Mildred Gill, Thelma Sncllgrove Kate -- Tho delegation from Slarke and

for its disposition. Other SPRING TERMCIRCUIT Struth, Louise Fernandez l Ethel I' Boyer, Insure Wynn, Claudia Terry, Ijiwtey laid their trouble before
Eunice Perkins, Blanche Alderman, i iI II WM.
leaders Grillin Nellie Stearns Hilda Struth \ J. BRYAN
however are less optimistic.A ; I Comer these two representatives showing
I Long, Hugh Brownlee Jr., and
whole new income tax schedule has! Messrs. A. O. Andrea, J. (0'. Kicktiter, I Ii how the present slow inefficient

been presented by the Democrats and COURT 1 L. G. Powell, John Powell, and Harold 1 Hamilton. The Ritch, were seated on thestage. I II ",service 'given by the Seaboard is killing -
i young ladies wore dainty
they are prepared to make a deter- Wall. |1 whitu frocks and curried arm WILL\ SPEAK INSTARKESUNDAY the strawhrry Industry through

mind fight to substitute it for the Dr. J. J. Bullen of the Baptist I quets of white carnations hllu-I thin section. Thu Atlantic Const!

Mellon plan. They expect to draw NEXTIEEK\ church, read as a Scripture lesson' tho i plumoHii ferns, and the young Line railway is giving the strawberry -

support from the Republican Insur- third chapter of f Philippiuns' which 1 I men each wore the class flower, awhile growers of tho Plant City unit

gents and some of the so-culled was followed by u prayer by Rev. A. carnation, as a boutonniere. Lakeland section u fojr-
progressive on the majority side. E. Dunham, of the Episcopal church. i The service into New York City
JUDGE AMOS LEWIS OF I program was opened by a M
, The senate following in the footsteps "Twilight" was sung by the glue! ''ipiano' solo by Miss Florenc Andrews AT HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM while freight shipments from iUarktt t

of the house pased the soldiers' MARIANNA, WILL PRESIDEJudge club, composed of the following young followed by nn invocation by Rev. L. AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK are from five to seven days reachingthe J

bonus insurance bill by a majority ladies: Misses Virginia Weeks W. Ki 'klttl'r. Two brilliant numbers, same destination. over the Sea
j sufficient to carry it over a presidential A. V. Long Disqualified From Lucile Mitchell, Gussie Mae Bennett'i| lay the Waters of Mmnetonku" board It is undorstood, that the
i' WillddreM" the i'ill/eiiH of Lake
veto. The vote was 67 Hearing Cases Coming Up Elizabeth Kendrick Elise Jones, Harriet (Lieumnce) end "Sing On" (Denzn*) Atlantic Coast Line, through the ef-
11 Butler at ('ourth"une During
t to 17. At Thin Session Ritch, Mildred] Gill Ethel Griffin,I were sung by Mrs. A. Z. Adklns! her the Afternoon llcicnt service given tho growers of a,',

, President Coolidge has declared ''Nellie Stearns, Jessie! Thomas, Isabel' : splendid! voice being at its best.I the Plant City and Lakvland sections.

I against a bonus but proponents of The spring term of the circuit court Bullen Isabel Fernandez, Eunice I I Dr. J. M.\ Parr, vice-president" and William Jouings Ilryitn, one of i Is now getting! ; tho bulk of the refrigerator

this particular kind of adjusted Compensation for Bradford county will open Mon- Perkins, Blanche Alderman, Thclma I1 i professor of English. at the business.It .
Unlvel'Rltyof Amorh'11N noted t men will bo In
legislation are hopeful that' day morning, Judge Amos Lewis, of Snellgrove Fannie Durby, Laura a 1 Florida delivered the was stated that after the COM,
commoncu- Starke Sunday May 4th and will
it i the 14th Judicial Circuit of Marianna, Wynn and MM. G. C. White.The .
will meet with his approval. It ment address his are loaded and ready for shipment,
subject being speak at the high whnol auditorium!
must go to conference for adjustment ,, presiding in place of Judge A. V. benediction was pronounced by Education.' Dr. Farr is. favorite thai they often stand for twelve hours
n ( Sunday uioriiliiut ut II o'clock. All
of minor differences with the hou.e. I Long, disqualified to preside in Ilev. T. J. Hedges, of the Presbyterian 1 speaker with Starke audiences anti or moru before they start on their
the churches in thu city have called
certain causes are pending.
There is no difference between the I church un this orciiHion[ he delivered journey to the niurketM, and this added -
n i tn their morning services for the I
I This session is expected to bea Monday "evening a most successful I I to the tune "i-onMunu-d\ in transit,
senate and the house on the mum j miiHteily address. : dislingiiMhril. U.iitor. and nil I ,citizens'
features of the bill. Each has short one, as few important cases piny I'ntitlt.'dt the End of thu 1 "Welcome I puts' the lierrlen into the market In n
Pretty Primrose"
approved wan air invited to attuml. I IM
requiring time, Is on the docket. One Rainbow", was! given by the hlh t'omliion, unfit In lit .
ing! gaud '
the major provisions which, -lIl'!: as a sextette by Miss Thelmn I ,'. Hi san nerved) an secretary of prutM.It
murder cme will be tried that of i
I' I school department under the direction ulsd shown that in the ..
wns .aullIIIIl1rl.ts
: Mildred
are | Gussie Fields, negroes, charged with Gill, JessluThomui { i ie I state during President Wilson'sadntinistrntiun / I
Cash to whose I 11 I of Mrs. George C. White. Thstudents Ethel tiriflin Florida berries are bringingless
payments veterans ) the killing of her husband, Joe Fields, Fannie Darby, ( and IH u famous, i I
were practicing for a football and BlancheAlderman.. than one-half thu prices being,
.I speaker. Ho Is! now resident of j
near Lawtey, July 2, 11)2:1.: The defendant a
game with a rival college team paid for the Louisiana due to
ceed $GO. II. B. Wiggins of crop
I superintendent Florida moving to Miami several
has been at large since the ,
and great interest in the outcome was public instruction the shorter time the Louisiana crops
Twenty-year endowment insurance ) killing, and was only recently arrest shown for Bradford years ago.
by the students. In the
Douglas placed markets and the resulting
policies based on adjusted service pay ed at West Palm Beach and brought Brown, whose churitcter County, delivered tho diplomas to While in Starke he will bo tho good condition.In ,
at the rate of $1 a day for domestic here for trial. was represented the graduating class. Certificates of guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knight.
by Frank Carpenter, was a promotion from the the afternoon the delegation
service and $1.23 a day for overseas Among the cases continued from football eighth grade to Will Speak in Lake lid lee
another i
expert college\ the high school carried the two officials to Lawtoy
service. the fall term which will be heard next were delivered to thefolluwlnlC' Mr. will Lake ButlerIn
Bryan to
and was! in town on business connected go and Starke going into further detailsas .
Provision is made in the insurance : Elizabeth Howe
week the afternoon and will address
with his father' estate and ..
to dietract Elizabeth Andrews to acreage and present method ufhan.JllnlC
feature under which the veteran after )I Peoples' Bank of Jacksonville vs. attention he entered the Elmer McMillan ,citizens of that town at four o'clock |I | the
+ a period of two years from date of Bradford county.G. college Ruth .Ktanscll! Lucite Johns, Ruth' on the Courthouse I crop.
Phylljs Lane (Blanche Alderman square. Supt. York stated i to tho
the issue of his certificate could hewer, Carlyle Ritch, Lois Golney, grower
W. Lewis vs. S. A. L. railroad.
persuaded him to play on their tear I IItJ'n' that he would to Washington Immediately
I Alice Pattee Nown !go
obtain loans from banks to 00) Alvarez, Jacob
up per State vs. J. Z. Anders( and Owen Robert Preston \\O.MAN'S: I.fll: MAINTAINS
(Hamilton Ritch and take the matter
) Green, and Clarence Andreu. up
cent of the cash value of the Anders. SI"\lUU:1
:: ROOM IN :
a lawyer for the Brown
certificate estate, confides Under the prlncipalshlp of ProtS supplying suitable express cars for
State vs. Kay Padgett. the combination of his safe to 'I handling the with the presidentof
S. the crop
Senators Fletcher and Trammell! past term has been
State vs. Emma Hill. his The Woman' Club of Starku Is
ward, Marion Dayton, (Iris Ep the Southern railway. At
a most successful
one for the Brailford
voted to the world
give -
\ war person). Louise Roes ('Eunlco; Perkins county maintaining a rest room in the Clubhouse they liuvu only a hundred cars In uso
high school
I soldiers a cash bonus.VETERANS' CLEANUPVEEK: Mr. howling -
I ) and her mother, Mrs. Brown is a thorough teacher and the on Walnut street for the comfort and it would be necessary to securea ,

1 (Claudia Terry), stepmother of students and welfare uf all white women largo number. It is the opinion of
MEETING I : :' To the Citizens of Starke graduating under his Instruction -
: and that
girls have occasion to
Douglass, suspects that there is a will come those who attended this meeting that
I i The last week in May ia hereby are prepared far into the city of Starke. )
them and if the
they plot to railway cannot supply he additional
J. J, Dickison Camp No. 1617 met designated as clean-up week for the obtain' the from college. Ably assisting Mr. Dowlinff This rest room is equipped with a
Preston's that
papers sate the ears the Southeastern
in the courthouse: Saturday and was town of Starke.On The ,, past term werethe following table fur the convenience of those
situation becomes intense, but I Express Company will do !o.
t nr hers: Mrs. feo.! .
called together to order at 10 o'clock I June 1st, a careful Inspection of finally White, MliJ'arolyn who" wish to writ letters, a couch
by Capt.-Com. W. T. Weeks j all premises with the corporate limits happily.right triumphs and everythingends I, < Fnpp, Mr:*. $. S. Dnwllng. on which you cun rest and chujrs for He further stated It was very

Minutes of the last meeting were ,, will be made by the health officer, the Those Mr*. Jny Alderman, Mrs. Bessie Me-\ }your cohifort, a crib in which apparent I that the ruckers of this section
taking in the
read and approved, followed by roil! marshal I, the mayor and representatives Hamilton Riteh part play were I Cruder, E. ThornrHiest, Mrs. C. J. tired baby can find needed rest. were badly In need of he express

call. The following conlladesanswere.1 of the civic organizations.A Gerald Frank Carpenter! Powell, Misst-i I-inbel Hullen, Nclllorile.mis There are mu( zmex and refrigerator S.TVJCD, and that hn could
Middleton Hugh Brownlee, Jr. ( : Jessin" Thomas, Ethel Griffin papersfor 'pronime them I that before another
to their names: W. T. cheerful and willing and hearty Joe I your entertainment and comioct'd
Week John Croft J. J. I. is for Comer Li.nic. Iris Ep- 1 and Olive Ray. Teacher of voice and 'i sciiHon "pened, his company would be
"}, D. Byrd, cooperation hoped on the partof with lliu rent room art modern com- :' ;
person, Mary Boyer Ktjpice: Perkins, 1: piano, MM. A. I IVall.. in j position to handle, I !the entire berry
Duhose, S. F. Morgan, L. W. K t'I- each and every citizen. I Blanche Piano, Mrs.will J'urtMilvalor.v/ and toilet ,

Alderman ; everything
liter, A. J. McKmney. W. H. Dowling, I' Starke has the reputation of beinga Edwards Laura, Isalial FormindeLota /:, Edwards.Th I is kept spotlessly clean ,and :crop of this section, giving them a
Wynn, Claudia
twenty-ninth annual three ilny service Into New York City.A .
W. N. Roberts W. D. Dukes, J. T. healthy commu ity. The only way Terry Grace commencement sanitary. '

Jones and J. B. Florrid. I to keep it so i is to clean up and burn Thelma, .Snellgrove Wood,ROM Beatrice Lr-viton Bullen, of the Bradford County The entire cost of maintaining this. : .number. ..of. two-ton. trucks and.

The camp attended to the general all trash and litter that can breed I Fanny Darby. ) And high school was brought to a close: by ,' room is assumed. by tho Woman'sClub I trailers' Will ne. put into service ror

routine of business, at the close sot mosquitos1 or unhealthy air. No Between acts Misses I the benediction pronounced by Rev. << and every woman or girl coming I I transporting the berries to Hampton
UsabelFernunUEATiI /L. W. The
Kickliter. state will be
which they marched to the Magnolia ,vessel however small, should be allowed I i into Starko IM cnrdlully/ Invited to highway completedbefore !
I that time and it will! be
Tea Garden, where the ladles of the to remain on your premises make use of its privilege' only a

W. T. Weeks chapter, U. D. C., had I'with water in it to breed mosquitoes.The ; SKNTKNCK::' :' : AGAIN Id I[ STRAWBERRY; MOVEMENT; The main entrance to tho Clubhouse short and easy haul from all pointsto

prepared a sumptuous dinner. I'' town official will look after all PRONOUNCED:' : OVER NICKELS; is on Walnut street and the Hampton

The camp thanks their hoste.ses"l'oIrs. 'public receptacles. Any one who hat Considerable berries are still goingto rest room is entered through a door I The Southeastern Expres operates

O. L. Beasley and Miss Amelia i II not complied with the ordinance on Extreme I'enalr:;: Alleged bRuIt I the markets on the left sIde of the lobby as you over the Southern railway lines and

Ray. I''sewerage connections and soil on White Woman is Imposed for every day from I enter the building 4 making a strong kid for new business -

closets! will get special investigation. Fourth Time on Carolina Starke and Lawtey, although prices In competition with the American

TO THE FACULTY AND: SENIORS: Business houses allowing scattered Youth being paid on the platform in Starke '[ BOXING M 'f'I' 111 1<:.\'fit 1-: Express. For years business men

I I paper and trash to mar their back I have been ranging, around $3 to $:t.IIO I and growers of tho Kturko-I.awtey

r The juniors of the Bradford County I j premises will get special attention DeLand, April 28.-Tho death per bushel crate. The fruit Is of'' Loral fight furs will be interested section have tried every means to

High School 1924, would like to take I I sentence was imposed upon Aubrey good quality and carries well. in the tO-round boxing exhibition at secure: the express refrigerator service -

this opportunity to extend to the also.Now, let us all take pride in appearances Lee Nickels, of Greenwood, S. C. the Gaiety Theatre Monday, May 6th, or even a quicker freight service -

seniors, who will go out into the 'I I r and be ready for a good here by Circuit Judge J. J. Dicker- (HAVE: YOU PAID POLL TAX between F. D. Wilkeraon of Lawtey, but each succeeding 'season the

world, their best wishes and hopes 1 report by June 1st.Respectfully manafter a jury had found him guilty and Cecil L. Sullivan, of Washington service given i tho growers becotna

that they will carry the fame of of a charge of criminal assult. Hel Attention Is called to the paying of J). C. Both of these heavyweight less and less efficient until It hs"

Bradford High School with them ,- C. L. PEEK Mayor. was sent to the state prison farm at poll tax, Saturday, May 10th, being are ex-service men and made enviable reached a point where it ia almost an

The world's gain will be the Raiford to await issuance. of the'' the last day this can be done. Thisis records during their enlistment. Impossibility to get berries to marketin

school's loss, but then the seniors NOTICE TO CANDIDATES:' death warrant by the governor. I one of the necessary qualification. good condition.

r J will lose something also. They will Nickels received the sentence calmly ) for voting'in the June primary The MAN N-1JINSON Among those attending this meeting -

W not be able to go to the old school Attention of candidates is called to l after he had pleaded earnestly for only exception is that registered were Messrs. N. T. Ritch, D. C.

I 3'again. and they will miss the pleasure I the payment of their filing fee on or I mercy. voters of 65 years and more are not Mr. O. C. Mann, of Putrnan Hall, Jones, J. M. Mitchell, G. M. Inman,

and the joy of watching it grow and i i 1 I before May 13th. Non-payment of The extreme penalty followed the required to pay the tax. and Miss Gertrude Hinson, daughterof of Starke; Messrs. J. T. and] J. n.

:. expand. No matter where they go I
they will not find a better set of. of the race. fury that has heard the trial of ST. MARK'S CHURCH were married in Starke Saturday Enoch: : Griffis, A. A. Smith, A. M.

: teachers find teachers who are most Their first expense statement must Nickels here since last Thursday on a the courthouse, Notary Public" Floyd Blanchard L. H. If)!. T. L. Wain

Interested, In the pupils, the work be filed between May nth to 8th, in- charge, of criminally assisting a white Because of the union service at the Green performing the ceremony. wright of Lawtey

and the welfare of the school clusive. woman in this city in December, 1921, school hall the morning/ service will They will reside tit the groom's home

It is the hope of all the students The second statement is due to be ind wu (Imp MI-J after the presiding be at 10 a. m. The evening service' In Putman Hall. Mr. and Mr Mann Mr. F, A, Scott went to Jacksonville

that they will have the same made between May\ 21st to 25th, In. lodge bal denied .. motion of the will be at 7:43: p. m. The offeringwill have a host of friend through this Wednesday to spend several

teachers for the new term. clusive. itfcv! for a new trial. j be for the fence fund. I section who will wish them happiness. days with frlendi.

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BRADFORD last week.C. George Rivers and Mr. Srmmons, $2,600 per annum, according to his residence at 305 East 17th street.

of Starke friends here length. Separate examinations for Murphy succeeded the late Richard
:'1. Andreu was a visitor to' wero visiting
Bradford April 18.-A. O. Andreu, Brooker Monday. Sunday. motor routes and wagon routes are Croker as chieftain of the country's

of Starke, motored through our com- Mrs. L. A. Cooke was th guest of Sunday school every Sunday eve- no longer held. Appointments to most famous political organization.

munity Saturday.A her sister, Mrs. W. M. Harrell "Sun- ning at Deaton, at three-thirty. both positions will be made from the He was a native New Yorker, having

THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS AGO chicken pilau was enjoyed at Everybody invited to attend. same register. The examination will I been born here June 20, 1858.

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cooke's Friday day.The entire community is In sympa- Hubuter and Eugene Crosby, of be open only to citizens who are Acute indigestion was the cause of

Several strangers in the city. night. A large crowd attended and thy with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu Brooker, attended church at Rock actually domiciled in the territory of death.

All those in favor of a night watch- reported a fine time.A. and family when they received a wire Sunday. the post office where the vacancy

man hold up their hands. E. Raborn was in Worthington from their daughter, Mrs. C. II. exists and who meet the other requirements -

Let' everybody commence on Monday Friday. Newsom, of St. Petersburg, that the THERESSA set forth in Form 1977.

i morning wih railroad time and Mrs. Anna Brooker is seriously ill death angel had visited their home :Both men and women, if qualified, Back 1c The Farms

do away with this confusion all the at this writing. We wish her a and taken from their midst their little Theressa, May 2.-:Miss Gertrude may enter this examination, but appointing -

: while. )I speedy recovery. I baby girl, Mildred Louise. The little Swindul attended services in Hampton officers have the legal rightto s

Rivers & Joiner- Prescriptions I| Leroy Forsythe, of Plant City, attended one has been ailing for some time Sunday night specify the sex desired in request

I faithfully compounded at all hours. I I ITemple's the party at L. A. Cooke's and at that it was a shock to the !Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Waits, of Ocoe, ing certification of eligibles. Women e

Friday night. bereaved parents. Little Mildred was visited Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley will not be considered for rural car-
Mill lumber attention

to filling orders with dispatch.I I Mrs. Harris Davies, of Gainesville, one year old the first day of April, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Waits were rier appointment unless they are the tgl

spent the week-end with her relativesin just old enough for it to seem so hard on their way back to Ocoe after widows of U. S. soldiers, sailors or v

Orange College, Starke, Fla.- this section. to give it up, but our Lord knows I visiting in Jacksonville, Graham and I marines, or the wives of U. S. ek

I ) Board, with the principal, G. P. Harley Andreu was a business visitor I best. Mrs. Newsom will be re- Hampton.Mrs. soldiers, sailors or marines who lire 1-' S

I Young, $3 per week, payable weekly, to Worthington Saturday. membered here as the daughter of H. D. May was shopping in physically disqualified for examination -

not including washing and ironing. Turner Brooker, of Fernandia, was I Mr. and Mrs.( C. M. Andreu, and she Hampton Thursday.Miss by reason of injuries received in

Good, convenient and pleasant board called tq, the bedside of his mother has many friends here and in the sur- Elma Gnann, of Tampa, is the: line of military duty. Form 1977

i very cheap in private families. The I|' who was ill but is now improving. I rounding vicinity who will bow their visiting :Miss Gertrude Hinson. and application blanks may be obtained A

I school is pleasantly situated and Harries Davies, of Gainesville, heads with sorrow for her. Thou art :Mrs.! H. E. !Moorer and little from the United States Civil

I "Starke is Healthy." I motored to W. M. Harrell's Sunday gone, little darling, but not forgotten. daughter, Lynnell, left Friday mornlng Service Commission at Washington, b ,,gtn

Truby & Davis have just received !Messrs.\ Roswell Ward and Howard Never will thy memory fade, tender for Larkiri"where she will spenda D. C. Applications should be for-

i! a large supply of the celebrated Dorsey were in our community Sun- thoughts will ever linger around the few days with friends and relatives. warded to the Commission at Washington 1

Virginia Ventilated Berry Crates. day.Messrs. grave where thou art laid. Mr. WM.G. Seals, of Jacksonville, is D. C., at the earliest practicable i

: / If we could only have a rain and Sam Harrell and Guy visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones date. At the examination applicants -.

t .."..., warm weather. Medly, of Raiford, were weekend DUKES this week. must furnish unmounted ,

Dr. Harter, the great pill man, was visiitors in our section last week.C. Mr. P. M. Geiger was a business photographs of themselves taken

e in town this week. M., C. II. Andreu and A. E. Dukes, April 25.-The little town of visitor to Hampton Wednesday.Mr. within two years.

Raborn were business visitors to Dukes is certainly a busy place from John Hall, of Theressa, was a
I We will trade a year's subscription
New River Monday. April 1st to date. There has been business visitor to Hampton Thursday GOMPERS MAKES PLEA 1
for a small pig. (Offer still good.)
Leroy Willie'Forsythe were in 23 solid car loads shipped from here FOR STRONGER BEER 1 lye ty

Andrews & Alvarez have added our community Sunday.N. I as follows: peas, 4 refrigerator- cars: II. E. Moorer was transacting busi- I

{] f\P\ Rome new horses; they are beauties. G. Haynes, Jr., motored to : blocks, 11 cars; cross ties, 4 cars; ness in Palatka Tuesday.Mr. Washington-Another atttempt to i

I We will take a small pig on the account Worthington Sunday.R. naval stores, 3 cars; cord wood, 1 John Phillips, of :Miami, i Is bring back 2.75 per cent beer by''

of any one. Who will be the Gregory, of Worthington, motored car, and four solid cars received: visiting* relatives here this week. modification of the Volstead act was |

d first to bring It r through our section one day last potato barrels, 2 cars, and bean Dr. Middleton was a professional made ;yesterday before he house'
., Messrs. II. W. Epperson, John it.S week.I. hampers, 2 cars. visitor to our town Tuesday. of h Amrican Fdraion of Labor-car I'

Johns and M. L. McKinney favoredour W. Pinholster, of Brooker, passed The recent bad weather we have B. :M.! Dowling and D. M.\ Bennett judiciary committee when Samuel

office with a call this week. through here Sunday.A. had has injured the crops some what were visitors here Wednesday. Gompers president, and other rep I .

E. Raborn and N. G. Hayes were but the truck is turning out a great R. C. Heilberger and H. E. Moorer resentatives of the American Federation ,

i TWENTY-FOUR YEARS AGO in Brooker Saturday evening. deal better than anticipated. motored over to Rait Wednesday. of Labor vigorously urged

Mrs. H. E. Moorer and little that would
legislation permit once
Mr. and !Mrs. J. G. Stone and son ,VTOCACTEq I
The good roads agitation should Bradford, April 25-A. E. Raborn were the guests of J. S. Howard and daughter, Lynell, returned home last more the sale of beer with this Magnus Johnson, wife of

5 not be allowed to die out in Bradford and Harley Andreu who have been family last Tuesday.II. (Thursday after visiting relatives in alcoholic contnt on the ground that it the dirt-farmer Senator from

county. Good roads will bring goo: employed at New River, spent the Miami and Larkin. would give the working man "a good Minnesota, frankly admits she prefers
settlers. week-end with r-ome-foik R. Rivers, representing the Rev. p. L. Phillips, of Lawtey, palatable, nourishing drink" that had cows to the Capital. With the

Strawberries bringing good L. A. Cooke was a visitor to Brock Euneis Motor Company, of Alachua, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones "warmth" to it. call of Spring in the air she couldno
re- was here, several days this week and longer resist-so she has gone
tr turns. J. L. Brownlee received returns er Saturday.R. automobiles.The Tuesday. Matthew T. Woll president of the home to stay.Don't.
sold several .
last Saturday for four bushels which A. Weeks motored through our conferencewas Mr. and !Mrs. C. A. Youngblood and Photo-Engravers' International Union

e', netted him $50. 'community Saturday. regular monthly daugher, Nealie, visited Mr. and Mrs. and also a vice-president of the labor .,
A. E. Raborn while blocks' held at Harmony Free Will Geo. Youngblood near Graham
I federation declared the
Col. C. L. Peek is having his real Baptist church last Saturday and eighteenth
::t at New River last week, was narrow. Saturday and Sunday.
amendment did not to define
estate office painted and papered.
ly missed by a falling pine tree. His services Sunday. Rev. C. C. Butler, Miss Ruby Cloversettle returned to what drinks intoxicating and Have A
were ,
Miss Ellen Dean, of Baltimore, arrived pastor. There was quite a large
{Inumerable :friends were glad of his Florahome Monday after visiting her that had the to
t last Saturday and is in chargeof attendance. congress power
the millinery department of J. G. escape. mother, Mrs. Fred Cloversettle. legalize the sale of a 2.75 per cent Liver
Alvarez's store. Turner Brooker, fran'f Harrell O. D. Moorer, of Jacksonville, is beverage. Members of his organization Lazy
and father and /no. Brooker of Pine ZIFF visiting his brother, H. E. Moorer.
Mr. Woll asserted stronglyin The ,
Since the town council\ does not are untlm ITwtlv.
P i Hill and New River, motored.through Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips, of favor of modification art for the bowl and llv.r-
take kindly to the brilliant suggestion Ziff 2. Services held at .
May were a correct that U natural mad
our community Ullda/. Lawtey, were visiting friends here doe. not .1......
II of the Morning Excuse that lantern Rock Saturday and Sunday by ElderJ. gripe or .all-
C. M. Andrea and Saturday.Rev. '
daughters A. E.
+ be hung on the street corners, the II. Kelly. DR/G.
,I Raborn, and Harley Andreu motored Ridenour, of Orange Heights, DIES FRIDAY B. WILLIAM'S
office force might take a day oT, go Mr. and !Mrs. Bill Hines, of Cooter
through filled his regular appoinment at the
0' to the woods and drive tn a herd of'I our community Sunday.N. Pond, spent the week-end with their LIVER AND KIDNEY PILLS
G. Hayes H. and Baptist church Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. .
i Lynn L. A. Silent Leader Succumbs to Acute
'I lightning bugs. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott.Mr. .
Cooke attended the W. O. W. parents, W. :M. Brown left Monday for Beat for constipation blllouiDM -
A cake walk will be 'given at the pilauat J. W. Lewis was a business Ailment ., IndfffMtlon. backache. kidny .
I' Worthington Saturday evening.Mrs. Miami to be at the bedside of her and line complaint.
opera house this evening. visitor to Waldo Saturday afternoon.
f I S. C. Andreu and baby, son, Leroy, who is in a hospital.Mr. New York 25.-Charles F. At Your DruichfaPRICE .
Strawberries sold! at $10 per Evan Hodges, of Pine hill, was in ,
Juanita : and :Mrs( 2Se
who have been visiting in Jas. Moore, of I
I of >
leader Hall
bushel at the depot yesterday. our section Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Murphy, Tammany ,
our section, went to Stark. Valdosta Ga., are visiting her mother Direction on Every Package. Afc
Sunday died at 9:30: o'clock this morning at i I _
The ideal millinery store! had a J. B. Thomas was a visitor to { iI
I to visit relatives there. Mrs. J. E. Ou ley. I
r four piece orchestra at its opening Brooker Friday afternoon.Mr. .
Mrs. L. A. Cooke the
this week. :Members of the orchestra was guest Moody Starling and little
her sister, Mrs W. M.\ 'larrell RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATIONThe
i were Avery and Tate Powell, J. K. daughters, Lois and Blanchard, of

t Melcher, Miss Eva Miller. Saturday evening.A Cooter Pond, were visiting friends This-Week ARTHUBANRBRISE
\ crowd attended the nitation of United States Civil Service I I
I The Democratic executive here Wednesday afternoon.
the Bradford Commission has
boys at Wor hln ;ton an
i Mr. Sam Parker and friend of
committee was called to meet Friday'; ,
last week.N. examination to be held at Gainesville,
April 13, by J. L. Hill, chairman. Lacrosse, were greeting friends: here Wheeler No "Easy Mark- Bigger Port Coming- Miracle
.l I Won4 Do?
'I G. Hayes and M. L. 'Iarrell Fla., on May 24, 1921 to fill the posi = _. = ._} :
I Mr. and, Mrs. Wm. Thede, of motored to Worth!nit.m S-lurday. Sunday. tion of rural carrier at Brooker and ---- -- ------ -- -- ---- --
I were4hopping -t : Some enthusiast out Went. stimu to rwport lie inlidit iiilllzv Hi t n,' caw
Lawtey in Starke vacancies
( that later
occur on .
# I Tuesday. ...... ........... --L: ... I may laced. I'j large pocketliooks. hate iuill. .nlleille trolltn cur that !hI'; oncefthnnid
Bradford, May 2.-Mr. and :Mrs.A. ft -- '- 1 rural routes from that post office. 'led dvuntorVliiwler trv uu to (Us this *. riti.r m his ,<.,HutuN
The town still has an outstandingdebt D. Currency passed through here The salary of a rural carrier on a L ,uru''f Ills aliltliiveNtlKuttnv.. Ky lulinnitiif Light In I l.iaM. I Iii inri
of $1.000. This will be liquidated enroute to Elzey's chapel to attend Change of standard daily wagon route of 24 thin time then /prohubl re..it-r It, could niss tlie nutlueut! at the t i cite
for the Senator 1 la IuvestigutluK of sixty luili'n all hour Million tnk
when the taxes for the 189! !) the funeral of Mrs. miles m $1,800 annum with
year Surrency's und per an THUil to dud out just what and who lUll on fuel and I at leas thai halt
i are all collected. Mr. M. Dukes.J. L.f' I additional $:JO per mile per annum for are behind the imlictment.Waihlnrtou the p -coat! of h'ILIISIO.W, t 1
S. Harrell 1 each milt That ought to Interest
-- was a visitor to or major fraction thereofin : railroad wen
TEN nnSGO: Worthington Thursday.Mr. "When change of life beganon excess of 21 miles. The salary on knows that when now. If It doesn't, the kind ol' nui-
and Mrs. W. H. Harrell motored me," sass Mrs. Lewis motor routes ranges from $2,450 to Senator; Wheeler entered public life! petltlou' It will give them will iter-
Usher, of Lamar Mo., "I in Montana he found two political est them later-and TOO l"n.
On Wednesday evening through here Thursday.C. .
a Company suffered so with womanly parties out there, one called Republican
I E. was inspected' at the armory by M. Andreu was a business visi- weakness. I suffered a great FOR UORKIMi PEOPLEThe one called Democratic, both Robert I>. Townn says religion
state officers. tor to New! River Thursday. I deal of pain in mv )hack and best of workers get out of sorts owned by copper mines. I is handicapped by a "lack of good
Mr. O. C. Cady, of Connecticut, has N. G. Hayes, Jr., was a visitor to sides. My limbs would cramp. r when the liver fails to art. They feel 1 When be ventured to oppose the' news." There are no more firm assurances -
I didn't feel like doing my languid, half-sick "blur" and discouraged copper onpltalUt' he wa Informed : such as the one given to
bought 10 acres of land east of town. Worthington Friday., Vi work and there are so many and think they are getting lazy. Neglectof that be wonlil lie mu out of Montana Peter and Andrew: "Follow me
The most brilliant social event of 1 Messrs Royce Gainey and Livingston step for a woman to take on : thi'jie symptoms might result in a sick But he had other piano got and 1 will make you fishers uimen.
the season was the annual militaryball 1 Russ, of Brooker, motored thru a farm. I was w-ry anxiousto ",wll, thiivforo the sensible course is tot himself oliH-tetl to the Senate" of the ." There are no definite assertions -
at the armory Wednesday eve our community Sunday.J. get better. A friend recRDUI- .ike a due or two of Herlnne. It is just I'nlreil 1 State. mud 1 now the people about hell, if you are wicked -
ommended the medicine needed to purify the SYbtem are hearing from him. and heaven, if you bcha\e.
1 ning. D. Baxter and sons, of Rrookcr.; b and restore the and ,
1 vim ambition of i\fii the i tartest pocketbook, ought Clergymen split hairs. Each one,
Silas Kite chief of police, ordersall motored through our locality Sumlax health. PricejGOc. Sold by to realize- tbat this is no time for believes a part and denies a part.
dogs muzzled. Misses Eunice and Ella ;Mae Hazin All DrugStores I1nll.lld1l1 "rough. ntuff." The simple mind wants to believe

Starke Braves winners in fast of Brooker, motored.l through our burg I everything.
I>r. (Chapman excellent:: scientific
i with the "Bloomer Girls". Sutiday. few miracles
frame worker for the American :Museum of Perhaps a would
Line up: Barkley, c; Darby, p; Freeman Misses Lucile and Geneva Harrell, Natural History returns from the 1 help to revive faith and fill then
'$ (. Ib 2b Johns 3b Mrs. W. M. Harrell Mrs. Andeo mountains bringing a bird'churches. Suppose the Rev. Dr.
; Rivers ; ; J. Brooker The 'Woman's Tonic I :
Left that like donkey and a duck Straton should say: "I warn you
II Poole, ss; Ileasley, If; Alderman, rf; and son. Turner, motored to Alachua hI $250,000,000 brays a dissenting clergymen that you are

:' t Chancey, rf; Guy Alvarez, pinch one day last week to me and I began using it. I III d that Before can't fly.amazement curries you all bound for perdition, and to

( t f.. bitter. Messrs A. E. Raborn and C. U. >! I certainly improved. I went 1 away at thought of a duck that cnn't prove it I shall now change Dr.
through change of life without
,t Echoes of the post-Georgia Sunshine Andreu, who have been employed at any trouble. I can highly tljr; auk yourself bow many biimauKlnm Jones "into a stick of peppermint

: Corn Whisky, 12 full quarts, New River, Were the week-end guestsof recommend Cardui." thorp are that cant think? candy.if Dr. Would Jones did not stiffen that convertall up and

$10.60, express prepaid. home-folks in this section Inn 50 At the age of about has 40 to 1 New York la !proud I learning from ) turn into striped pepper.mint *

t The horse which furnishes the week. throurh every woman critical time.to whichis pa-is {',lIff'I' Stnt<.-. anthorltle that :New:
motive power for the Commercial Mrs. L. A, Cooke and Emmett called: a the Change of Ufe.Sr. I V'rk'n port bandit! more than one You'd think so, but the human
j hotel bus became loot Raborn the 4 At this time a.T Calf <,f the total ocean passenger heart is hard. You remember the
frightened Friday were on sick list lastwl'.k. great changes:
I frame of the Tnlte l !States Seattle Arabian philosopher, who said to
II take place in her I !
o'o'I' I by a piece of paper blowing Sr. caus'ng'! various painful system ana 1 ; Itoxtnn. sad San Francisco were next. the holy man: "You may say tome
P t. against him on Call street and turned W. :M. Andreu, of Jacksonville, was disagreeable symptoms. 'Twice two are five, and to-

.1 I, the bus over. guest of his parents, :Mr. and :Mrs.C. If you are approaching this Well that's to-day' news. How prove it 111 turn this walking stick
.1 tong do. It will be before I into a live serpent,' but, even if you
.' Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Hemingway :M. Andreu Tuesday. period, or are already suffering : ron suppose
4 troubles. I Ja'-kwtnrlll' FU scat Los Angeles 'change your stick into a serpent:,
from of
moved to Starke from Fernandia There will be services any
1 ; i at Bradford or symptoms, take Cardui. It have an ocean traffic bigger' than 111 still say, that Is interesting but:
f Monday. first Saturday night and !Sunday. Ke\: shoultl help you, as it has that of which New York I la 10 o proud I'I'otb twice two are not five.
Many carloads of strawberries were killings, of Alachua, officiating. The others. today' Thin' country i" only starting -
: shipped from Starke last week, the public is cordially invited to attend. Sold by all drugtfst Ba I and the really Mir ports and A gorilla! Just arrived, is living
hJ few
'J'.1, .- cities are still to find their place. in a fine York hotel. Howit
I M f average price being $3 per crate. Messrs. Carroll Atkinson John ;,: I k would surprise him if his dull

a The large classic columns of Ionic Shaw, of Brooker, passed through our Those that rile the oil market nay worried brain could realize that the

design are being placed on their community enroute to Worthington there won't lie any Mr advance In hotel was built according to Dar-
bases In front of the new Bradford Saturday. NOTIIL IQ LIKE IT ox EARTH I Ea"o1lne price fhl Spring heonn wn. by the gorillas a small feeble
jj I The new treatment for tom flesh, cuts,, "mu :
Bank Mr. :
County Mrs.
building. and :M. L. [
Harrell ,
If accompanied I'wounds*, aore or lacerations that is doing L- rlt'P" Miidtly; roads diminish anrnmnMIInit. muscle teeth and claws and there
by Frank Harrell, of New i such wonderful work in tfesh healing ut ;; r**s antomoMling fore compelled' to think. Thinking,
Pine Hill, April 18.! -:Mr.( and :'oJn. River, motored through our 1 locality 'the Doroxono liquid and powder combination mean smaller demands for Ita.... and they became rulers of the world.
Voodvel Williams, of Jacksonville, Sunday. i ] treatment' The liquid liorosone a Hugo Stinnea German Industrial smaller" demand mennn that the
powerful antiseptic that purifies the ut and Banker who died raidenr *- ruler don't let nr the prln Tn Frederick Landis nays that this
.5 1 were visiting R. II Green and family :Misses Andreu, Messrs. A. F.I! !wound, of all poison* and infectious germs ) this month left a fortune of other word, "What will the truffle country, instead of admitting gorillas -
Sunday.Mr. Raborn and C. II. Andreu were in I while" the lloroiorio powder u the great' one billion gold marts, equal to tear" not ""WAo* does, tkreoitr" t1fUH1l1u that come here to die of
and :Mrs. J. E. demons and) Worthington Sunday. :healer. There is nothing like it on earth itwo hundred and fifty million io Is the Important fJU!'*It1on. homesickness ought to admit more
Mark demons motored to Providence Osc r A. Andreu, the well known for! sport Jt safety and efficiency. Price (American money He was a German of the right kind of European immigrants -
4[ SOo, 60o and *1.20.: Towder 30o Jew. Henry Font will buy a trolley line < that would eome here to
Sunday to visit Mr.: and Mrs\ auto salesman for Andrews & Wain- an,160v.
J.ewl. I Sold by connection Move!" Phnals' with the build op the United States and
Gsy. Wright, of Starke, was in our locality AU Drag Store* Gulf at Peniacola. Fla. according LIVE. -
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VFRIDAY, MAY 2. 192& ..-.- -- --- ------- -.- ._-- .- M
t iCi) i I tho promi>torn of the Florida Western !
und Northern; Railroad in efforts to !I T" rvws.d J
Work Got l'IU31AUY'E'fO IS I>ENIEO'raliu'b" :' :
Will N 03 t. Flock: _- in Short P4, ? igruph h'n build! :ii(' propvttcd line from Colciimn _

Jt the l.-'rt ... ,.. .... -'" t to \\""L Palm Reach the! nm t tiurtuinof v rt + : J.e .
1(;1. Si.ivi..
April --
: I which will shorten the ilntaiuo r
issued opinion, no one her (
court no
5 FUTstitew.r..r.rn. ] from Clearwater to thin cast l'Ia"t.
today would venture an expression as e
... point of approximately 100 mileat

to why denied the supreme the appeal court late of yeeterday T. LIMham .. ..+.....,.., *wn nu .
-- of Tampa, asking for a Told by Our Exchanges. .
; .
reversal of the lower court's decisio ,
tI K
_.. ffiaaa>gmB>auWashington. St. AUlCustinL--ChlrlCillg
and the granting of an injunction to "'u...... -
restrain Secretary of State H. Cia) .-The war dopartmer Jiuksonvillo $100 reward is being Bays, vice-presiilont! and inshicr 01'I

,. ".1<,. ,- ". :, \, 'Crawford from performing his announced an allotment from rive offered for the arrest of Jean I Commercial Dank, with aiding und ,
abetting conspirators to defraud l him
1 ministerial duties relative to the and harbor fund: of $60,000 for thlt Da u..let, soml-profesDlonal tighter of '
in of $1I,11110 l! Marcus II. Blumenthal
and representatives Florida. who was arrested Jacksoni1loI I
election of senators river
.' Oklawaha for Pcnsncol I Cleveland, Ohio, filed suit fur ifl,000!
several months ago
against the bank and the cashier in' :
tv.ou.c Within six hours after oral argument Tallahassee. R. A. Green, cSt authorities on charges passln I .
thu federal court
heard in the appeal, the candidate in the |( worthless' checks and who escape, ylamtitT I ,
was +trke, qualified as tho seeks the recovery of the $ll\>,iir; >0 heavers ,
in from the road camp Tuusday in I ,
order dens
court issued an for representative '
supreme June primary
was stolen from him, with thecashier's i
ing the injunction. Although no one congress. lie will oppose Fran southern part of tho state. I assistance and counsel, an.Ialso I II t

j here. seemed to be surprised at thcourt's Clark, the incumbent. Lllk'lanJ-The-wind-up of straw I asks punitive damages to ,swell lIt

decision, many expresse the total asked for to $50,000.)
Talk of another change in Pres.Coolidge' surprise that the decision was! render St. Cloud-Featuring one of the bery season for this city was con) UeortEln Tlionum of Tulm.

cabinet follows the ed so.quickly. most important meetings of the St. eluded last week as fat ut the Lakeland Duytona-In the hope of arousing Ot.tn. shot herself through the knee f'
removal of David W. Davis, a Attorney General Bulford today Cloud Chamber of Commerce Wednesday buyers' platform Is concerned of the uln-ii her hi ml\>n ml thought! ho wouM! .,
.. Harding appointee, in the Interior refused to make a statement othc noon was the laying of plans for During the week a little more thai nation-wide! appreciation pos l 9c 1..s I ? ttiilo"M'. she were dlsdzurtss-,
It is said sibilities of Florida's coast cities andislands
Dept. by the President. one thousand quarts of berries cam 1 Mow:< abe v\unt a dlvnr'C.fever > .
just as lake front.
Work Sec'y of the than that the decision was beautifying the resorts trade
Dr. Herbert The l as summer ,
opposed the change. he had anticipated. lIe expressed the to the platform for shipment.!
Interior realty, und civic bodies of Daytona
for the 11)23-102: \)
belief that the decision was based on Avon Park-Petitions have bee total shipment '
Daytona Ranch, R'a" Hreeie and and had been removed from
the grounds on which he argued, filed hero asking for the creation of season' which has lasted Iractl.'allyIllx ;
Ormond arc uniting for the purpose hero the home of I>
LAW TEY did months, ran up to 505,113 quarts ;itis home to r.
which that the complaint aubdrainag
, were the Lake Iitopoga of holding three-day festivals the
SUrle where ho
''I' not present facts to give him any district aimed at the reclamation of W. K. Midilleton In
Mrs Alex Williams and two children ; standing in court. The. attorne 140,000 acres of the richest land In St. Petersburg-The official' 1923\ coming and succeeding. summers ould be closer! to medical attention
similar to those held In France Italy
of Jacksonville, were truest that the Injunction mil: tourist Benson of this city wa born here
general argued yesterday the world and other Latin countries. A considerable fha deceased was near
Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mr: would enta brought to a close with a record for
if granted, sum is being raised for thirty-eight yours ago, being u son of
G. W. Stokes.E. more expense, which the com}>lainant West Palm Beach-A state drill', visitors that has never been equaitehefore. + I advertising and the chief tha late Berry Thomas, coil, had boone
Dinkin The number of names Is approximately purpose
E and Penny
Burney work
in common with other tax payers barge has begun preliminary netting of the festivals will be the life-long citizen of this community. '
went to Sanderson the first of the would have to pay, than would be on the deepening in and widening of 33,000, and computingthe world-fa mod Sen IrC'l'ze.a.tolu, lie wan known for his kindness, and
week hunting strawberry pickers. number of visitors, who do not
entailed if denied.DELEGATES the HilUborough canal throughout heart ready to lend u
two-third it estimut 0015(1[ automobile racing county.TallahauBve big" always
' > register as! ,
: J. E. Goodfellow is visiting relative its entire length from Laks Okec helping hand lie was loved by nil
ed that HOIM()( > person visited St...
in Pollard, Ala., this week. ARE NAMEDBY : chobee to the coast near Doerfield. ( The Interstate Commerce who knew him. Ho was married
Petersburg! during the season juspassed.
"f Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., of Starkt, STATE Commission suggested in a July ,I, 1905 to !Miss Della Wynn, of
J .
; was the guest of relatives here -ri- Tampa-Paul Huhn, wanted by wire to the State Kailroa.l. C911lIllhI ,- this place and to this union wero

April 10.-The Florid authorities here in connection with Jacksonville --ouncilmun Kalpl I lon that this body conduct the IW/II' born four children, three of whom
day.N.. D. of Starke, Waol state Republican convention which I the robbery of a cigar factory of Tues-
Wainwright, I Williams will introduce a resolutio log on the application of the Florida lurvive. Ho was laid to rant
in town Sunday. namedten delegates to the national more than $21,000, on March 2U, last calling the legislature to emu' Wiwtern and Northern Railroad for Miss Marion Oliver, of Baldwir, convention with instructions to vot is enroute to Tampa from Terr upon Tho funeral In the .
I a law to compel nil .automobiles to n cross state road, originally set for I II was
visited relatives in Lawtey ThursdayMrs. for President Coolidge, reelected oi Haute, Indiana, in custody of deputysherit1's. come to a full stop at railroad cro'- I hearing In. Washington :May 2. The lluptlst church at Grnhum where a

P. L. Dinkins and children, of fivers of the state organization as wel I Rings, according to an announcemeii state commission declined. the offer I large crowd of Borrowing relatives

Jacksonville, are spending a few day as National Committeeman Georg by him. lie says the step la in tin
with relatives here this week. W. Bean; deferred naming i stat St. Petersburg-That St. Peters Interest of public safetty and huma iniHRlon hits imli>rtieil the project oken: of love and respect, and was In

Mrs. D. L. Rigsby, of Titusville, ticket until In June, and adopted n burg may have a woman fur mayor i ia Is life and is the most practical way of hue requested\ that the hen ring bu I ,hiirge of Hov. Dr. Hullen, of Starke.

and Mrs. S. A.Bryan, of Starke visited plan for distributing poatoffic possibility since the new charter preventing accidents. The legislature held 1 at some point in Florida. Of: near relatives, he leave to mourn
relatives here Thursday. patronage. The convention recesse provides that the candidates for the > three brother H. A.
at its lust session refused to Orlando' wait suggetiteil No word hl8 de mrture ,
Robert Moore was a visitor to until July 16.Delegates board of commissioners who receive enact such' a law. hits been received yet, designating" ind T. C. Thomas, of I'alatka, and

Waldo Sunday named to the national the highest vote becomes the myoi. tiny point in Florida for the hearing II.1j 1 It.[ Thomas, of Unrlton/ ; two

C. "C .McCormack, of Waldo, spen convention are: at large, George \V, commissioner. Tampa-By a vote of nearly five< I ilntern, Mrs. S. E. Jones, of thlt

Sunday. here with friends. Bean, G. B. Skipper, D. T. Germ to cases, Tampa freeholders \MPSON: : : TIT Taro and Mrs. J. H. Merritt, of Fort
one in mottt
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney had as and M. M. Owens; first district, Wil Miami Uoach-I'ropcrty valued a t Tuesday voted bond In the< I I pierce, who were nil present at tho

their guest Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. II. I Hum M. Brownsback: W. M. Gober; $107,600 was sold here in one week by um of $11,000,000: for public improve Sampson City, April 21 .. -MrM.! T. I 'unoral; a devoted wife, two sons and

V Skipper, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Lee I second district, T. W. Bryan, iiegrc, Carl G, Fisher Interests, according to menu. The issue proldt-H for thirteen< C. Thomas and .hlU"hl1'ItIab,1" one daughter. Tho flower were pru-

Clegg, of Jacksonville. third district, Gorge Wenworth: I their Announcement. Three lots 1 In Itenn of improvement, including( Doris and Ouiila Van, returned to fUMe and l beautiful. Heart-broken

G. W. Roberts was a visitor to !fourth district, J. E. Junkin and S. J. 'Bench View and Ocena Front subdivsion three new bridges Herons the hills I (their home In Palatka Sunday nn"r. 'elatives have the sympathy of the

Starke Sunday. McGill, negro. were sold to G. C. Ilawklni, borough liver, un auditorium, I II' week's visit here with her mother, ,entire Immunity.

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin, of The committee of seven, named to I South Bund, Ind., for 15,000.: I municipal pier, sewer and water mail I MrM.. Josio full I II -

Starke, spoilt Sunday with relative I decide whether it was advisable to. I extensions, ,.t<'. Though Lhu vote wm I W. II. Smith, W S. NaIl and I W. ..1UnlxTHon hi inmi'nrpt'nters' minimum

in Lawtey .' name a state ticket at this time, reported Tallahassee -William (I. McAdcj 1 I lean limn 2,000, great interest wa i motored to Slurke Sunday.Mr. ienl here will not l"u increased from

Thomas Gilchrist, of BrunswiclGfl adversely, and called for a qualified with the secretary of suit manifested in the result and Mrs ireon; Moody, of $M' to $I.23; on May I 1,1,111 had previous-

is spending a few days here at recess of the convention until July 1 HH a presidential candidate in th. I| New. RKer, attended church lu>ru Iy boon announced, according to uitatement

the home of Mrs. Gilchrist's parent, 10, at Palatka. The report wa.. Florida preferential primary which i IH ; Tnllahaxsce- ':JohnV.' Marlin I Senility nmLwere the Kiu-ats of Mr.nmlMri. Issued by the East: Coast

Mr.. and Mrs. W. II. Biggs. adopted with the comment from National to be held June 3. Mr. McAdoo''''. ,[ qualified with tho secretary of tat : C. A. Johns.titrit. 'arpenterH1 district council. Thu

The stork visited two homes herein Committeeman Bean that the I qualification I papers were forwarded IIM candidate for governor In the Juni C. II. thrown and nan, Odus, I il.atument says that Inasmuch miiany

the past two weeks, a son being il Republicans would be in a better from Spokane, Washington. primary. So fur th following" have and Miss Kthel VarneH were visitors buildings arc already under way

brought to each. of the homes of Mi position later to "take advantage of qualified as candidates for governor: to Starko Saturday afternoon I IMrll. which were figured at the $1 scale,

and Mrs. R. D. Bennett and Mr. and the product of the Democratic Pensacola-Manuel Gonzales, G!3,, Charles II. Spencer, Tampa; Ifranl J. R. Merritt left Saturday i the council feels it would bo unfair
Mrs. L. U. Taylor. I primary.. cigar manufacturer of this city, undo I E. Jennings, Jacksonville and tSidnuj: afternoon fur Palatka whore she will to increase the rates at this time.

D. E. Knight, of Starke, was in his life here by sending a bulls I J. Catts, DeFumak Springs visit relatives and from there she 1
town Saturday "looking over the through his head. Previous to hll Washington-Final valuation of thi will go to her home in Fort Pierce. I Chicks should have plenty of fresh
situation in the act he had told his family ho wa vessels and keepIhaded.
Senatorial political 'water use sanitary
Florida Kant Coast Railway ;
Pine Hill, April 25: .-R. II. Green company; Death of J. N. 'llionun
interest of his candidacy for Senato melancholy and announced that he wax fixed by the interstate cummvrci Foul, impure water kilts
and A. L. Green motored to Sampso would "leave the world." A widow A sad gloom cast our
was over
:from Bradford and Union counties. commission at $10,200,000 as of Juno I more chicks than any other cause.
on business the first of the week. children survive. town when the
and six Monday news came
Mrs Sallie Reddish spent a fev 30, II)}6. I I
days last week with relatives In Miss Virginia Colson has returned.' I that J. N Thomas, one of our most
I I Pile Ciiiuu in o to 11 1)71'Or..1
home from Long Bridge where she Tallahassee-Trustees of the internal beloved ili/rns had pulsed to the I.,
Water Oak. introduced H PAZOINTM'Nr
'Senator admonep
Washington- I i I
Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and daughters, I spent the week with Miss Minnl improvement fund sold mor great bevond Id- had I In..MI unllneilto \ I II I ? ,1"t. i ... ni.. iliniiitn<'llr
I in the senate and hud printed : I unil eat f
'u f' "+
v i UK
Misses Elizabeth and Winifred, of Colson than $20,000 worth of state land*. A in the congressional rucord the following !- I his 'lied 1 three welts with' typhoid 1 .,,ii." ., i i. f :. :(?jfitlili, "r-twrN 1

Highland, motored to Lawtey Sun Mr. and Mrs. D. J. O. Green Ipent! I tract of 65,800: acres in Sarasot telegram from I'alatka :

Saturday with their daughter Mrs. I county was sold on competitive bid Florida legionnaires entirely unten I
day.Ellis Starke Willie Parrish of Dukes. Upon returning to Edwards at $230 acre, while thre I
Thornton, of was! t a tent with adjusted compensation! hill)
visitor here Sunday.Mr. they reported the death of islands in Pinellas county known a8 I as it stands. Will appreciat your opposing .

II. Kerbeck and daughter, M. A. Dukes, of Dukes, which we all A.. C. and C. brought $5,750. I any amendment coinli ? ': run, iAttention

Miss Dorothy, returned i to their horn regret to hear I floor of !senate. Have never been m

in Missouri Sunday after spending Frmers of this lection are en Tampa-Positive identification of I favor of cash option. Plcasu suppers ,

several weeks in St. Petersburg am couraged. Much of the ground has I prisoners held in the county jail her bill as reported by senate lii.iu.n

Lawtey. Mr. Verbeck is a brother-in off and the doing as the bandits who Wednesday hel< .
dried crops are ; I ennimittee C. tcwltn'"owt.UI,
law of R. M. Tracey. much better. A large amount of up and robbed A. C. Clewls; of $24,001 department adjutant

Fred Boyer, of Baldwin, spent i a ,tomato plants are being set out. I in bank transfer funds, wan, nnnounc I -
I ed by officers. The men in jail an :; ;; !
day or two here last week at the I Those that attended the surprise Tampa lanFlorida's near Voters
and John Jackson
home of Mr. and ;Mrs. L. II. Hill party at the home of Mr. and Mrs: I Aaron inter, exhibit in northern cities will

W L. Overstreet and three children, I Bunk Dekle, of Lake flutter, are arullnws who were areated at St. 'Petersburg. I /iliai-uHHud, at u meeting here !May

of Starke, were visitors hero Sunday : 1D, Andreu, Roy Andreu, i II. The meeting Is called by th,' ,
A. L. Taylor spent Sunday in Miss Lydia Groover, Fred and Kumto.1 l1I St. U/U8tine-Beforu/ a lurglgathering Florida Development Board ur I Iii
of both White and negr" I
J3Urk I Greene, Lester Pinholster, Mrs. Alice chambers, of comment and hoard < "rIII
citizens, gathered under the great I
'Olive, Miss Canty Oliver, Mm. F. L made the state are expert,' I .
I Colson, Miss Iva Colson, Johnnie oaks on the campus of thu Florida I send reprcsentativuH. An effort v/ill,
Normal and Industrial Institute,
I Douglass, Miss Ruby Douglass, be made to interest counties in +" rank Clark
Governor Cary 'A. Hardee formall
:Misses\ Pearl and Gracey Greene, I rentrating efforts on one or two irn :
I dedicated to the cause of educatiur
f L A Success Dave, Roy and Lesley Greene, Mr mense exhibits rather than 'th.'
the Andrew Jackson Hall.
--- -- -- und :Mrs. C. F. Colson, Allin Thomasind new I half doxen or more for which "lams I
: -1 i' Miss: Jessie Lee Dowllng, of Lake Live plan have been announced
Jacksonville. :I. 0. Rogers, '

I "llutler.ivenplayed Music until was a late given hour and then gamer all secretary of Florida Board of Baptist Cleal'Waterlo drawn ""I'|' Will Be In Starke
Missions, announces that 4,760baptisms I :
I .l parted for their homes' All report- administered during by the board of governor and th

,id having a good time were chamber of commerce of this city ,indicate ,
the past year in this state alone. This .
I atttemtttd that these bodies will nup,* '
Tom :Markee and Evan is approximately 48 per cent of the I
a.s he: party at the home of Mr. and entire number of white baptisms in ---- MONDAY May 5th

I :\Mrs Johnnie Lewis. the United States. With these additions ,

I Kaiford Brannn, of Winter Haven, the white Baptist membership

\sit< visiting friends in this section of the South in raised to 3,191,189: of fake

I I iunday.Henry; which 83,702 are identified with the' At 11 O'clock A. M.

I Shaw made a business trip Baptist churches of this state.
S. t.I :New River one day last week.

I An Easter egg hunt was given at A TONIC

I hi- home of Mrs. F. L. Colson Sun- Drove Tasteless chlU Tank tenures i To address the voters in regard -

I lay which a number of young folks Cnergr and Vitality by Purifying iie::

onjoyed.I I Enriching the Bloui. When you f....f I II. a ova sso i to his candidacy for mem-

(Dolphin Harrell went (o Breaker arengtbeninglnvlgurating fffect" .iwi how ra.os...
Saturday; afternoon. It brings color to the cheeks and how

1 I It improve the appetite you will then ber of Congress. All are urg-

,r o_ Habitual cormipanon Cured ippreclale lu true tunic value
I In 14 toll l> ysLAXFOS Grove'* Tasteless chill Tonic U timnJy
Patrick E. Crowley, newly wITH PEPS!.. ls a sp.ciaby Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. S" for the liver ed to hear him spealcDon't
t> I
elected President of the gre prepared Syrup Tonl-LaJla'Jvo for Haintua pleasant even children like It The bt. urDeeds
New York Central Railway !line, wnatpatlon.: It relieves promptly irihnuld QUININE to Purify it and IRON to' B w.r. of Imitation. DomamJlb
tatted railroading as a messenger I ba taken regularly for I 14 to 21 day. genuine In 1 Oe and 35c pack
boy when fourteen yean old and to: Induce regular action. It Stimulate! and Enrich It. Destroys Malarial tenon *nt .... baariog above trad mark.' forget the time or place
stayed with it.Iiii F.<:gulute! Very Pleasant to TakJ-. 60c Gdp germs by Its Strengthening. l wIgw.

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: "Microbe of Love" is coming to town returned to her home here last San- Perkins, Blanche Alderman Isabel for the benefit of the Woman' Club
with a carload of the prettiest girlsyou I
assistant in the high school! at Bristol [Fernandez
ha'. ever seen 4 day. Lois Edwards Laura building fund, scheduled for Thursday

I Wynn: Claudia Terry Grace Wood May 1st, will be held on the
II Mrs. Lillian Geiger and Mrs. J. C.
I CAST OF CHARACTERS FOR Beatrice Bullen Thelma Snellgroye vacant lots adjoining the Telegraph
Caldwell visited Mrs. Caldwell'ssister
"THE MICROBE OF LOVE" Rosa Levton and Fannie Darby. office and plans included practically
Mrs. F. B. Loflin, who is in I
everything in the amusement'and
-- -- ---- The "Microbe of Love" will be, Starke this wek. MAY POLE DANCE "eats" line. If you did not attend

1)11U"( H 29, .nnd IOU presented by the Woman's Club next Misses Evelyn and May Jones and AND CARNIVALThe you missed a treat.

------ Thursday evening the 8th inst., at Estelle Hobby spent last Sunday with

MISS ALVAKKZGIVES : Turner, ll. P. Carpenter Miss the club house. Following is the Mrs. W. E. Daugherty of Starke. May pole dance and carnival, SUBSCRIBE: TO THE TELEGRAI'II"OverSea" I

S :: BRIDGE PARTY Margaret Long C. A. Knight Miss cast of characters: Mr. liard man and family who have .. .
Clara :May Shepard Miss Jeannette Priscilla Prunes, president Spin been located out of town, have locatedin I -- .

Miss Aileen Alvarez: delightfully Matthews, J. L. Frazse Mrs. N. D sters' Club-Mrs. H. II. Young./ the Sullivan cotage on Church ,, .

entertained a large number of guests Wainwright Mrs. L. Wyman E. L. Samantha Loving-Mrs. L. Wyman. street. I I, I

Thursday afternon at the Woman's 1 Biggs and E. M. Davis. Lillie Lonesome Miss Isabel 1 Rev. Windham of Waldo will Sweet Cream Butter j

Club complimentary to her sister, i Fernandez. preach at the Methodist church next

Mrs. Ralph E. Hodges of Tallahassee 'JUNIORS ENTERTAIN SENIORS Sophia Sweetgum Miss LoisEdwards. Sunday at 11 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. 1

The sun parlor of the club house I 4 C-;;; I "HEA THIZING" is a method of keeping air out of Butter, j
was decorated with yellow and whiter .I| The Senior Class of 1U24 of. the Arabelle Antique-Miss Clara Mae Baptist Directory perfected by W. Paul
:nasturtiums, roses and pansies, and Bradford high school was royally entertained Shepard. Sunday school at 10 a. m. nationally known scientist.

I :nine tables were arranged for bridge. I Friday evening by the I Alma Fraud-Mrs E. L. Biggs. Preaching at 11 a. m. I And "HEATHIZ1NG" is the method now used in making"OverSea" ,
'Junior Class, composed of MildredGill I Wanta Man-Miss Louise Fernan B. Y. P. U. at 7:30: p. m.
I At tho close of the game it was SUbject-j sweet Cream Butter. It has delicious flavor It j
dez. a more
Nelle had Fannie Darby Rosa Leviton,, Why Should I Read My I --
found that Mrs. Hughes
made high, and the hostess presented 1 Beatrice Bullcn Orie Wiggins GeraldI I Lovie Long-Miss Marguerite Shrie Prayer meeting at 8 p. m. Tuesday.I, is more healthful being churned in a vitamins-preserving atmosphere. !
I Middleton Frank Carpenter and Jo ver. W. M. U. .
Wednesday at '
her with bottle of narcissus a.::. Every !
a per. pound of "OverSea"sweet Cream Butter
Made low I Sistrunk.I Prudence Albright-Miss Mildred Jr. B. Y. P. U., Thursday at 7:30p. I comes to us
fume; Mrs. J. C. Robinson
and was given a tiny bottlo of Fla- I,I The first part of the evening was Gill.Madam m. Subject-Our 75 Million with the following certification of "quality" and "purity"guaranteed
spent at the Gaiety Theatre enjoying Hyman Cupids Campaigns.
= the
conette perfume. The honor guest by manufacturer:: KKi.
I the famous Paramount picture, "TbOld President Bachelors' ClublIaroldC. -
Mrs. Rhodes presented with abridge
set. Homestead". Mr. John Powell Wall.U. Junior B. Y. P. U. ProgramThe t lZ"We certify that "Over-Sea" Butter is made (from fresh pure
I I I sang the lovely old song "When You B. Careful-Comer Long.
Tha hostess assisted by Misses 1 and I Were Young Maggie. Mrs. Simon Shy-Frank Carpenter folowng program was rendered =pasteurized sweet cream. No neutralizer or adulterant is used.GEvery .
by the Junor B. Y
P. U. last
Mary Canova and Hazel Middleton, I I[I A. E. Wall had charge of the singing Bobby Bashful-Joe Wainwright Thursday April 21th: I churning is inspected by an official U. S. Government Inspector -
nerved refreshments of
yellow and tempting white brick ice cream with I of a the number of old time songs suited Willie Very Bold-Gerald Never-Eugene Middleton.Matthews. I Subject-Following Jesus. =- and is guaranteed to be absolutely pure and finest quality of
j I to picture among them being I Song-Stand for
Up Jesus.
I : gold homemade cake. '' Never Wed John i ((3- Butter obtainable." .
Suwanee River; Home Sweet Home; Tye. 1 Song-It May Not Be On the ?
Playing bridge were: Mesdames ( Carry Me Bark o Old Virginia.The Cant Catch-Hamilton Ritch. Mountain Height. '

F. F. Stump. E. L. Biggs S. L. Peek Juniors and Seniors occupied Jeremiah lIenpeck-L. Wyman. I Sentence Prayers-That God will I, FresherPurerFinerStays J
O. L. Heasley, E. M. Johns N. D. "Lord Tis ---
reserved a Pity"-Mr. Christy
seats that Us
were attractively : Help Follow Jesus Day by Day.
Wainwright, E. R. Nell A. S. Crews decorated with the class colors Mrs. Jeremiah Henpeck-Mrs. Fred Business periods and records.

W. E. Davis J. L. Frazi-e Edward green and white. Little Miss Martha Sapp. Special music. Sweet Longer ]

Burns E S. Matthews N. Stemberg, Mr. J. Henpeck is
i Powell daintly dressed in president of the I Scripture
pink reading-John 10:9 10.
I Nelle Hughes J. C. Robinson G. M. Matrimonial Board. : !r TT: ONE POUND PACKAGES 55 Cents
organdy each Senior box of
gave a Introduction by Annie Turner
I Inman L. Wyman C. A. Futch G. M. mints tied with green and white rib Piney Melting Heart-Mrs. Frank Wheeler. II' :''.*.:=; See us when in need of Florida: and Western I 1
-- -
Sistrunk, Jay Alderman II. II. Hoover.

Young A. 'V. Anderson E. M. Davis bon.After the pictures the party went Ever Ready-Mrs Jimmie Godwin. must Before accept we can Jesus follow as our Jesus Savior we :. Meats...all kinds

I.. G. Powell J. C. and C. F. Hoover Tillie Comes Miss
to the Magnolia Tea Garden and sat. Margaret Long Mary Pearce.
J. W. Andrews Jr., O. L. }llaynes, down to a beautifully appointed table Chorus Girls Lucile Mitchell Following Jesus in Baptlsm- Variety Meat Market

R. A. Weeks F. L. Turner J. L. Peek, decorated with sweet peas. The placearth Lucile Johns Virginia Weeks Eliza Frank Williams.

R. E. Rhodes Geo. Robers of Lawtey were of tulip design and at beth Andrews, Florence Andrews, Following Jesus in Temptation Phone 124

L A. Reynolds of Raleigh N. C., each plate was placed a white basketof Fredrica Struth Harriet Ritch Elise Vestal Wheeler. "

Misses Hilda Lewis Marguerite I salted nuts tied with green ribbon. Jones Mary Canova Hazel Middle- Following Jesus in Work and Play
Shriver Carolyn Fripp Mable Weller ton.
At each Senior's place was a cunning Annie Ruth Peoples.

,i Jeannette Matthews and Margaret white owl wearing a senior cap and Rose Dance-Lois Adkins. Following Jesus in Prayer-Ruth

Long. tucked under his wing was a diploma. Balloon Dance-Louise Peek, Bun- Williams.

Invited for tea were: Mesdames Mrs. A. M. Darby and Mrs. W. E., nie Canova. Following Jesus in helping others

E. E. Canova P. E. Canova A. Z. Middleton served fruit salad saltines Cupids: Francis Lee Peek, Martha -Virginia Peoples.
Adkins D. E. Knight L. M. Gray, iced tea, followed by a second course Powell Martha Morris, Katie Colley Song-Where He Leads Me I Will LISTEN LISTEN !

W. E. Middleton. W. L. Wall, D. L. of cake and ice cream. The favors Estelle Howze Lillian Stump. Follow (Sung softly by the Union.)

Alvarez Reginald Gray, L. A. Davis were little lolly pops costumed- as The play Is in three acts: Short talk and closing prayer by
I I J. M. Brownlec S. E. Brownlee T. J. boys and girls. tat-Meeting of the Spinsters. leader.

Griffin N. T. Ritch E. K. Ferryman, A toast to the Seniors was given 2nd.-Bachelors' Club. Have you heard about the Old

, J. H. Ritch, J. R. Corns Fred A. by Miss Mildred Gill, president of the 3rd.-Garden Party. Senior B. Y. P. U. ProgramThe Store
t : Sapp, J. Godwin W. G. Stringfellow Juniors and the response was made Tickets on sale at Mitchell's drug blowing Country on the corner of

D. C. Jones F. II. Long, J. M. by Mr. Comer Long, president of the store. 25, 60 and 75 cents. Benefit by the Senior program B. Y. was P. U.rendered last- Walnut and Tenth streets? We
, 1 !Alvarez Misses Annie Darby and Seniors. Proto S. S. Dowling the Woman's Club. Play given under
Hilda Struth. I direction of Mrs. Edward Sunday evening: have some of everything in
I 'I ... popular principal of the B. II. S. gave :I Subject-Home Mision Survey.
I huu I a toast to tho schoul. ; Song-Brighten
the Corner.
j j- nONOIUNG Those seated at the table were the
MR. AND !MRS. SISTRUNK I honor guests the Senior LAKE BUTLER Prayer Prof. Lawho ne. GROCERIESThe
Class composed Song-When Jesus Comes.
of Isabel Fernandez Iris
followlng- I Ep On the way to Jerusalem Mrs. V.
Tho news item from the person Mary Boyer Laura Wynn Miss Esther King, of Charlote N.
I Eustis Lake Region will be of interest I Claudia Terry Eunice Perkins ''C., is visiting relatives and friends The rich! goods are fresh and fine.

f, to the many Starke friends of Blanche Alderman Comer Long i|j here. Miss Kelly is a very intelligent Houser. man and Lazarus Margie We deliver all
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus H. Sistrunk: I Hugh H row n lee Jr., and Hamilton business woman. Lake Butler Is her The promptlyA.
|1 Grace of
't, "A most delightful dinner party Ritch. The Junior Class Prof. and native home and she has a wide circle Wheeler. Gratitude-Elizabeth

was given Monday evening in honor j i Mrs. S. S. Dowling Mrs. George C. ,I| of friends that are always glad to see How I I H.
l to Pray-Herbert Durden. GREENPhone
e>f the newly married couple. Mr. White, Miss Carolyn Fripp and Mrs. her come home. I{ 1
1 And Mrs. Sistrunk." Covers were laid Jay Miss" Sarah Jesus heals the blind man-Edwin ,
Alderman high school teachers. Byrd of Jacksonville is Wheeler. .. .
for ten in the cozy dining room of 1 spending a while here with her sister, JQ'; 86 Starke Fla.
I Zacchaeus and J..sus-A. j
Mrs.( K. R. Miirrcll, on Orange SWIMMING! PARTY AT Mrs. H. S. Adkins. A. Dur- ,

avenue and tho jolly party sat downto KINGSLHY LAKE Mrs Frank den. ''y 3 J-t:: ji
Boyl adn son, James Introduction
a most tempting and plt'iininc din I have Leader Mrs H. B.
returned .
to Starke after spending Weest. _
ner which consisted of all those things Friday afternoon a number ofetudents i
several days' with her sister Mrs. Early Years-Mrv" II. B. / _
to i
go up a most inviting of the B. II. S. -- -
went J. -
and I it out to I Frank Bennett Surveying the Wreck of War-Miss 1'7 =-=====- ==-=- ==_----- ------ I II
satisfying The -
menu. Kng
scone\ was loy Lake and enjoyed a Hwlm I I !Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Richard Ada Nmmo. i iI
one of much enjoyment and merri- and picnic.supper at Peek's are i, I
landing i spending a while with Mrs. Lily New Locations in Atlanta-Carrine II' I II
nient. Later in the the Mrs.
evening Jay Alderman
and Mrs. DP1 l 1 Richard and he is painting all of the Wheeler.
.,' withdrew to the Eustis Theatre to see I'i Witt C. Jones chaperoned the follow- I '
i depots,, freight houses and all other A
Unifying Force-Prof Law home.Adaptations I
the .
appropriate picture, "The Marrlajre of
ling i party ,
t j young people: Florence ]1 houses belonging to the Atlantic
Circle after which the bride j Andrews Elise Jones, Virginia Coast'I Line railroad which will add I Mrs. to B. Changing Conditions -
and groom welcomed all to their Weeks, Harriet Bitch Lucile Alexander.
Mitchell I
j some beauty to our town.
A Glorias Record-V. l
B. Wheeler;
pretty apartment Lemon Hazel
on avenue. Middleton
Mary Canova Ethel Rev. W. T.
I I McGuire filled his A Great
At a very late hour the party broke Moore, Frank Carpenter James regular Task-Arthur Wilson. I
J' I appointment at the First Christian Special song by mixed voices. f
tip wishing the bride and William
groom Itrownlee
Long t: church las
Sunday. There:
a long and happy life. Elizabeth Kendrick was a A very Interesting meeting was ,
Grace I I
/ I Wood large crowd at both services and four held at the city hall last I
composing the party were: Frederica Strulh, Lottie ,
i Mr. and Mrs. Edna Gainey Members were added to the church when the ....Irlou... _II'I'OWAP"__ An.t.. ._....L !
Sistrunk Eldis Lee Manning, Guisle Mac Bennet 'n WD- l ,
I Mary Wiley Leila !Rjbolt, Grace !liy- Eugene Matthews Sammy Sternberg ness men of Lawtey. Starke, and j I % I f
bolt, Andrew Spears George Heynie Joseph Thomas, Owen Griffin Carlyle I MILLERMr. Hampton met with J. E. Skaggs and I i f
Ferrul foyer and Allen Garrison.IIKNKFir Bitch, and Frank Pattee. and Mrs. W. B. G.V.. York, General manager and I '
I Crawford of superintendent of the Southeastern '

: IIUIIMiK: : PARTY! "TIIK; .MICIiORE OF LOVE" Mrs.Midway spent Sunday with Mr. and Express Company of Atlanta. 1'/
Erving Waters. /
The purpose of this meeting was'for
'I } Mrs. E. L. Itlggs', Mrs. E. M. Davis COMING- !Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown and promoting better express service '
and Midi' Mable Weller gave: a dulightful I, The Woman's Club will present I' family attended the recital at the high for the farmers of this territory. 'I 1\i\
benefit card party Friday I "The Microbe of Love" Thursday evening Friday auditorium. in Lake Butler !Much interest was manifest and it is I I .

evening at the club house, the pro., May 8th, at the club house. The evening.Mr. hoped the meeting will"re.ult in much I
cecda being added to. the building, play will be given by Mrs. Edward Mrs. H. C. Peoples were good being accomplished for the
fund of the Woman's Club. Burns' committee of finance visitors to Lake Butler and Raiford I farmers and growers.
and the
Y Mrs. II. II. Young won the ladies' 1 proceeds will be given for the build- Saturday. I' Many of the Hampton people were I

'i' first prize .- a hand embroidered. ing fund of the Woman's Club. Misses Vera and Alvis Dukea, of 'in attendance at the commencement

l towel; and Col. J. L. Frayee made the It is in our midst right Dukes spent the week-end with exercises at Starke this week.

I highest score for the gentlemen. end "Microbe of Love", the'dangerous now-th bug :Mabel and Durrie McLeod. :Mrs. O. L. Bens)', of Starke, wasa i DISCUSSIONS ARE ENDED
t i 1 was presented with a dock of curds, :j''| 'against which the people of Starke Epperson, of Lake Butler visitor here this week

j ;1 The consolation prizes? were presented I haw been 'virncd, and it will!! make! was here on business Monday. :Mrs. Fennell and son, Earnest of Does home know
I Carl
to Mr.I and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk, the i i it, appearance stinging all who Brown of Lake Butler spent Jacksonville were the guests of her your a peace of mind through paying all bills by I

prizes being a dock of cards and a {, I present at the Woman's Club, are Sunday with his parents Mr. and mother Mrs. T. J. Durden.J. check) It relieves you of a mass of f detail-..because a returned l
May :Mrs can
J. L. I
Djer Kiss vanette '! '8th. Dot Brown. B. Alexander left for celled
if you want to fall in Mr. parts in check is the best of possible receipts.
I Vases and baskets of glowing amn- I I 'love come and be insulated. Girls and !Mrs O. S. Thomas were Georgia and Alabama last :Monday. !

ryllis lilies were used for decoration ':[ i if you want to catch a sweetheart visitors:Mrs. to Dukes Saturday. Mrs. V L. Geiger of South Florida When you open a checking account at this bank we furnish r

t t. and nasturtiums were placed as I come and learn how. Lots of is Dewey Fralick of Lake City ill the guest of her mother Mrs. checks and a pass book free, showing you
pep visiting her parents !Sir Durden. your deposits and and withdraw I
on each plate of refreshments. 1 lively steps, real live chorus girls. and Mrs.
f I \V. L. Blairs. ala at aD times.
The hostess nerved. a tempting salad There will be exclamations of "Oh!
G. C.
course with iced tea lIome-made you darling beauties" when the Driggers of Lake Butler, was PICNIC AT KINC.SLEV LAKE Do not risk I losing
"' v' candy was served on the card tables. j''hand of cupids make their little a business visitor here Monday. I I your money or having it stolen when this service

during the game. I jin i the bachelor's. scene.appearance A huge to B. E. Brown was a business visitor The young ladies and gentlemen i is open to you without cost. You will quickly appreciate the many advantages

a Those enjoying the evening with 'I 'butterfly bow of tulle will be their Palatka Tuesday. taking part in the high school play. of a checking account.Bradford .

the hostess were: :Mr and Mrs. G. M. !! chief ornament. And with their At the End of the Rainbow will havea I

Inman Mr. and Mrs Edward Burns.'t'I perfectly moulded little arms, tiny HAMPTON picnic this. evening (Friday) at ,

Mr. and Mrs J. C. HooVer Mr. and- I I''feet and bright eyes; with a Kingsley lake. The party will be j I Irhar.roned

Mrs. H. It. Young Mr. and 'fare surrounded with golden pretty curl Geiger:: Hampton and !May 2.-:Mrs. :Mary by Mrs. Geo. C. White, County Bank

C. A. Mr. and will grand-daughter Miss Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones I I..
Futch :Mrs. J. J you not wonder that exen tlardI I Hilda and Miss Carolyn -
Andrews, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. G. ]'hearted bachelors fall in love under i in Hawthorne Durden who have been visiting Fripp. Those attending the picnic Established

Sistrunk Mr. and Mrs. W. E. M"'J I their nm :ie spell. to: their home, have recently returned are: Hamilton Bitch, Frank Carpener I "Bradford County's r9Strnnghold" I.
here. Fininclal
lilr*. N. Sternberg Mr. and Mrs. Dad I clue! if you lave, rusty dollars Miss Doris t Gerald Middleton Hugh Brown- I I

I BeasI,>y, Mrs. Nelle Hughes, F. I p t'rhps to spend thins now, for the for' several months Richewon, who bat been lee, Jr., Joe Thomas Comer Long! i I .

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FRIDAY. MAY 2. 1921
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i Margaret and Ed Net, Jr., are-i iJackonvillo III I Dr. Fraiee, the eye specialist, will 1-I=[At 71s-'rh.' : pastor will lI.enr. 5H i i TOR -BAL=.'Complete- outfit lot

D visiting! their grant I be with Dr. Parks Friday and Saturday "The Secret of a Wholesome Life". making cement building blocks at
II mother, Mrs. J. Netr.Mrs. May 2nd and 3rd. "Young* people and children are especially half original cost. C. L. Peek
I' Bits of LocalInformation invited to this s.rvlce..a "....t.f

E. C. George returned to her PRESBYTERIAN"To there will be helpful counsel ottered. .
home in Jacksonville Wednesday Bring your friends with you. FOR RENT-Six room house, with

afternoon after visiting relatives be silent about a known evil i is bath and all conveniences. Conveniently .
here. to become NEW GROCERY STOnE located. O. M. Slstrunk,
a partner in the sin.
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e oncerning Our People, Business ana -Grace and Truth, !March '21. 4-25-tf
0 Miss Carolyn Fripp of Kisiimmee Mr. A. II. Green has purchased' the
Progress in the County and Town. "Preach the Word; bo silent In
and Mrs. Margaret Register, of Jacksonville season, out of season; reprove, rebuke stock and building of Mr. J. D.Stansell FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished .

are guests of Miss Margaret exhort with all long suffering I at the corner cf Walnut and entire 2nd floor of 4 rooms, f

.. Long. and doctrine"-II Timothy 4:2.: Tenth streets, taking possession May\ also dressing room, closets, etc
F. F. Stump made a business trip, Walter Sunday school at 10 Convenient to bath, suitable for
MacDonald, of Jacksonvillewas a. m. 1st. Mr. Green has a large stock of
Mr and Mrs. housekeeping Mrs S. F. Hani hick.It .
to Eustis Tuesday. Rawson J. Davis returned Preaching service dfclock.
a recent guest at the home of at eight clean fresh groceries and expects to
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter. I Tuesday from their weddingtour Strangers welcome at all our
Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent Monday and have apartments in the services! increase the line. FOR SALE:-10- acres land, 7-room
in Hampton with relatives. house occupied by L. Wyman and
Mrs. H. C. Knight, of Jacksonville, SUnSCItlUR TO THE TILE(1t.I'11rENTAWORD: bungalow ceiled inside, good water,
I family, on West Madison street.
is spending the week with her sister CHURCH OF CHRIST near churches and schools; near ,
J. C. Yost, of Jacksonville
was i
in-law Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Earl Suite Farm; situated best farming ,
here this week 'Wilbur A. who
tuning pianos.P. Scott is employedin Bible school at 10 a. m. section Bradford county; famous
Roberts of the U. of F., was the Volusia County Bank, returnedto No preaching at 11 a m., as all 0 for
trucking strawberries
A. Cross, Southern DeLand Sunday after
Drug representative here the first of the week with his evening he churches have agreed to go to
was here Tuesday. (sister, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. spending the weekend with his the high school' building at that hourto general farming. 25 acres cleared,

parents, !Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott. hear the lion William J. Bryan, belong to a corporation that must f

Miss Alice Tharin, of Madison, is Messrs. L. R. Gainey E. J. Lewis, of whom Theodore Roosevelt' said sell $400 down, 5 years on balance.
the guest of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. and G. W. Hazen Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Richard, of "Wm. J. Bryan is the
of Brooker, were greates living Apply to G. M. Inman Starke, Fla.4.25tf .
business visitors to Starke Friday.Mr. Palatka. spent the week-end with American." It will be a great privilege WANTED-Room with board In
L. H. Hill, of Lawtey, was attending his mother !Mrs. Emma Richard. Mr. to hear this great statesmanireacher private home. See deaf this
to business here and Mrs. Richard have numbers of operator
Wednesday.Miss .
and Mrs. G. C. Anderson, of preach. Everybody should office. SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH '
Lawtey, spent Sunday with her warm friends here who are always heAr him at 11 a. m.

Ruth Greaney, of Leesburg/ I parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonj glad to see them. There wll be preaching and the I rI
is the guest of Mrs. Fred A. Sapp.
I Communion service at the church at
Giant Zinnias Miss Harriet Ritch gave a slumber 8p.m.
seed at Mitchell's
Be on time for the speaking at the'j'Drug I II Store. party Wednesday evening to several Teacher Training Class every I I INSURANCEThat's
school I e I of her friends
auditorium Sunday morning. > the guests being Wednesday at 8 p. m. Every member'

j Messrs. Evan Hodges and Dave Misses Hazel Middleton, Mary' should attend and any one else who
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes spent !1 Greene of Pine Hill( motored here 'Canovu, Elise Jones, Florence desires to may do so. I Our Business
Sunday in Gainesville with relatives. Andrews and Virginia Weeks.It I
i Friday
I iI evening and were guests of FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
Marigold-new seed-at Mitchell's. | is A sad fact that we people who
| !Mrs !Milly Gainey returned Sunday go into matrimony with a noble idea The Bible school will meet at the ,

Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin spent afternoon from Dukes, where she attended of sharing one another's joys and regular hour on Sunday morning, Agency Established 1886

Sunday in Lawtey with relatives and the funeral of her brother, M. ambitions so often end by sharing one 9.15, Prof.VljCR'inK., Kuporinti'n'dt-nt.\
friends. iI i I A. Dukes.i another's towels and tooth brushes. To' be only seven short of an hundredper J. R. DAV I S. & CO.

I i ____________ Hear Prfscillu Prune declare this in cent attendance, is a splendid | .
George C. White returned Tuesday i !\ Wesley Goodman of Gainesville "The Microbe of Love". record. Next Sunday we shall makean i '

afternoon from a business trip to spent Saturday and --- effort to have perfect attendance.
Wildwood. Starke the Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Wilder and a ; ===--- -=-==--= -=--=--::-:.-=:-::.:=.=.:==-=-=--.-=..:.:::- -
I guest of her sister, Mrs. Request was male that William
T. D. Proctor. little son left Saturday for Orlando Jennings Bryan be permitted to .speak
Miss Marguerite Shriver of Brook. where they will spend a few days In the church at the morning hour of

er, is the guest of Miss Jeannette Mrs. J. C. Robinson and childrenand before returning their homo in worship but it was felt that such a

Matthews. Miss Hilda Lewis will motor to Clearwater. They have been visiting man deserves. the largest possible BOXING

Jasper Sunday to visit Mrs. Robin. i their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. tearing, and that the school auditorium -
The hour for the speaking at the son's parents. I Prescott, of Sampson, while hero could furnish accommodations

high school Sunday will be 11 o'clock. for all who will seize the opportunity I

Be on time. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley went to D. C. Jones has had at his hardware .of meeting and listening to this '

Tampa Saturday evening and were store this week a demonstrator, Mrs.J. wholesome American. So the members -
Messrs. D. E. Knight and E. M. guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Coyan of Jacksonville, who is of the church and congregationwill k

Johns spent Monday in Palatka on A. C. Durden. demonstrating the New PerfectionOil please gather with others for EXHIBITION!

]legal business. Stove. Mrs Coyan is sent out worship at the school building at 11
I Mr. and Mrs. by the Standard Oil '
Clyde Alvarez and Company and a. m. F rom a persopal acquaintancewith I
Col. Joe Hill Williams of Lake
family Mr. and Mrs. has done fine demonstration
I I Warren, of work Mr. Bryan the pastor is sure
Butler Monday.was a businea visitor toStarke :j I I Jacksonvile, spent the week-end at I here of the good the visit of this man will .
Kingsley lake. -
I dll to our community.
Mrs. Ralph E. Rhodes little eon, The Senior Intermediate and
Mrs. Nelle Hughes and mother, I who have been :
Madam Hyman Cupid who is expected visiting her parents, Junior B. Y. P. U. will meet at 0:45: '
Mrs. S. L. Hamrick motored to Lake in the city soon, will'be among Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, will return p. m., and the evening worship will bo F. D. WilkersonFormerly
Wales this week. j the attractive visitors. See "The : Sunday to their home in Tulla- I I

Microbe of Love". hassee. Mrs. Rhodes will be accompanied -
Miss Maggie Grime, of Plant City, as far as Live Oak by her "

is visitnig her grandfather, Mr. J. M. i Tickets to the "Microbe of Love" parents Mr. and !Mrs.\ Alvarez, !Miss\ HOTEL MARIONSTARKE "Big Wilkes, 'heavy-

Gunter at Raiford. I I on sale at Mitchell's drug store, sale :I Aileen Alvarez and Billy Graham. I weight fighter 17th Infantry Camp

beginning next Monday. Price of FLA. ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hemingway tickets, 25, 50 and 73 cents. Among the out-of-town people at- Meade Md.
motored to Ocala and spent the week- tending the commencement exercisesof Under New ManagementCenter Weight 194 pounds

fend with relatives. 1 The U. D. C. will meet next the Bradford high school' were: I ,

Wednesday afternoon, at four o'clock Jr. and Mrs. J. E. MUIIIOH' Mr. and of City i I VS H 1
Bean hampers at Bennett's. with Misses Olive and Amelia Ray, at, 1\1.\ .,. A. .C ouiiklaiid; Mr. and !Mrs. !
their home on North Walnut street. i'. \.. Paugett eau children AlmsVil- Excellent Rooms-Excellent: : '
Messrs. II. 1'. Gainey and son and ;La ..;..v: Jqhnatuii and Miss Roberta, i i Meals.[ I I"Ask ,, Cecil L. Sullivan i
L. Morgan, of Brooker business : .. '"
were Seed peas chufas, and N. C. M' of i aka LuLler; A. A. Durden and I
visitors here Monday. Peanuts at White's. 2t :-.any. of Hampton; Mr. and Mm. G. I the Traveling !Man. '

A. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Terry, Mr. 'I, I Formerly "Harry Sullivanlight i iI

Ran Brinson, of the University of Mr*. Rosa Knight and sister Miss and !Mrs\ L. H. Hill !Mr. and Mr.*. i, __ ,_._, ______ ''II II ,
Florida spent Sunday with his sister, Vera Surrency, retturned to their Rowe, Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Carradine, I heavyweight fighter, Washington,

Mr-- J. E. Corpening.. i visit home in at Starke Brooker with Saturday Mrs. 1>. M.after Bare R I Rev Hiss and Dorothy Mrs. Boyer Tracy, ,of all Baldwin of Lawtoy Earl; I I 666 Ili i D. C. Weight 178 pounds I

Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan were foot. Roberts, of the University of Florida. ... .
visitors. to Lawtey Sunday, spending is. im'Hrriplioii for Mnl.irlii: (Iiill. JII

the day with relatives. ; Misses Lottie, Ruby, Lois Toledo, CARD OF THANKS |I and I'Vvrr Dengue or Itilioim 1VverIt I' !i

Pearl Gainey. of Brooke*, who have .kills. I the iferniH. i
Wilson Practiorusn{ of Cocoa, wasa been attending the Bradford high We take this method of expressing I
week-end guest at the home of Mr. I Call IIH and let un sell you more aboutSCOTT'S
school, returned to their home our appreciation to those who HO kindly -
and Mrs. L. E. Miner. j ji I Wednesday. ministered to us during the sickness I

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Mrs. T. D. Proctor spent the week I j and death of our husband and' ROUNDS S Si 'I
I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tobler of Eustis, I i isII it
in Gainesville the guest of her sister, Mr. and :Mrs John Mosley of Waldo, father, M. A. Dukes also for thr I

1rs.VeslIY Goodman. I' and Fred Sapp, of Water Oak are I beautiful floral offering May the> I

with their father F. C. Lord bless each and of
Haislop whois
every one you\
Mr.[ and Mrs. Geo. W. Roberts, of
critically ill. Mrn.\ M. A. Dukes, Mrs. S. M I i
Lawtey, were the guestts of Dr. and
Mrs. E. L. Biggs Sunday Draggers, Sam Pukes', S. M. Duke ,
i All active club members
t not having and Miss Eliza:
paid their club dues for this ,
Mrs. Catherine Davis returned please arrange to pay not later year than II MONDAY MAY 5th 8
Cold Cause ]
Monday from Gainesville where she Saturday May 3rd. Treasurer, fjrip anti Influenzi j p p. m

visited Mrs Camilla Glass. !' Woman's Club. tAXATIVE BROMO Qum r.L T..."Irt.J. itna It+i1 j ,
i I c&iiir.. TT'tr. I U o ly i *' !" l..1| ?? i ,
v' "" e ,.
Fresh nasturtium seed. Mitchell's Miss Florence Matthews. who is I

Drug Store. j a Woman's member College of the,Senior Tallahassee Class, in spent the 'I I i Hemingway's Market"The r
Theatre i iI
Mrs. J. Neff and son, Tom of Jack Sunday with her parents, Mr. and 'I' I Gaiety
Best In
sonville spent the week-end at the Mrs. E. S. Matthews. I Meats"I t ,
home of her son, E. R. Net j i I

i i i Mrs. S. J. Rich Mrs. L. E. Mosley Steak WESTERNLoin :' Admission, ; Reserved Seats 88c I,
Mrs. S. T. Dell and children, of Ib 35C I c\T ,
Gainesville Friday of Mrs. Luck, Misses' Joyce and Gladys Round Steak Ib I II TICKETS ON SALE 'I'KNKICM. ,DRUG HTOKK I
were guests 25c
Brown of Raiford, attended the byu II I
commencement I
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her father. Col. W. T. Weeks. Pork
i!, exercises and were guestsof Chops, I Ib! 25c I -'H.,- ,

Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Spare Rib, Ib 20c ; I, .
Mis Mary Curtis Williams of Key :< ,,i clue

West came Wednesday and is the I I Misses;. FLORIDALoin
Emma and Estelle Johnson
guest of Miss Aileen Alvarez. Steak, Ib I
I II I and Misses Mazie! and Evelyn Jones Round Steak. Ib PROMPTLYINMAN
of Hampton attended church here 25c Phone Numbers--51-J' and SI-W. II
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Richard, of Sunday, and were the guests. of Mr. Stew Meat, Ib 12 1-2 & lOc &. RITCH

Palatka. were Sunday guests of Mr. j i I I and Mrs. W. E. Daugherty. Pork Chops, Ib. 20c / = I REPRESENT THE HEST; LEADING
and Mrs. J. W. Andrews ST. i wwwCOFFINS INSURANCE
i 15c .
Miss Marylee Wilson, of Atlanta I Ii [ ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE
!Mrs. Alma McMillan, of Jacksonville Boiled Ham, Ib. 50c g And a Full Lin. .( BONDS, LIABILITY
i has arrived in the city and will dire..tthe ,

Mr. ,and spent Mrs.Sunday II. E. with Lagergren.her parents., |i play "The Microbe of Love", to'' Sausage, Ib 25c I [8 Lrditfl. .:luppln. I ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
be given next Thursday evening the Sliced Ham, Ib 40c ,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs! 8th inst, by the Woman's Huh. i Ham Whole, Ib 20c a a Always on hand. The bent **r- !I Ia

J. C. Hoover and :Miss Mable Weller Armour's Shield Breakfast [ n..t the lowest t prices. Special '
Frank Clark will be in Starke
motored to Cedar Keys Tuesday. Strips, Ib D .Un oa to telegraph or
|; Monday, May 8th. at eleven o'clock 25c [a Registered Embalsier.DcWITT bu,!In.. .rt our n.. April prt..ll. .( m.r "SIMON/ Pf'.5": end* GUM
Fresh and Salt Water RANru'" wklck k. _. .. ....
Fish rJ t Joe Standard ft U ll r for I"" pul l rr / w/t!
MM. A. E. Wall and son, William a. m., to address the voters In regardto Fruits and ---- i ".rI..* ....... Pleas .I..n rt.kt Quilt ..iu4...... ..! |fc. ck..p_t. Met til* Mt
Duncan left Wednesday for Springfield his candidacy for member of VegetablesPhone [ C. JONES (.. r*..,IU. AIM priM HmU *t I MU<..... Spr.r n. Dmmttrt .i>4 I>..... Ill AIMAM -
Mo., where they will visit rela- congress. All are urged to hear him 19 ::1 STARK!:, FLA to now ,..../, wrlu .l 0_. I

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I ADVICETOTHE $00,000 Edgewood school building to carrying $57,000,000 was passed >jy
ceenuz A.. bring InfirmitlM.och .. .Uh I
1-- il I "
I | bow.l.. w.*k kMlncya, torpid hv.r.Tutt's luKin soon. the house after an unsuccessful la-t

I : 'FARMERS and F FARMING J- DAB"9J\ St Pt'tereburg-tJOOOOO to be minute attempt had l been made t",>

r / : i PiCIsI "pent for construction of plant and provide $jfiO,000: for distribution of

equipment for "St. Petersburg free seed nicmlu.'i'.t' of .
I ..... ...cin..ff.ct on lhaa ors.nh.mnul.nn I by congress.Uncle
INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE' I "; th. bowali. .i.... ...lur.1I I Independent. --
FARMERS: AND TRUCKERS: -Iioao aDd impart view la tb.ar.1.... I
i iII 200,000 to be improve-

mnts of school in Lake county.
IJE BEST SUITED TO OCR COUNTY cost of $43,000. ';

__ _u___ _- I II Lake Worth-$00,000 being spent |;i Palatka-Moss Products Company

\,; -- -- - I for improvement and reconstruction erecting first unit of plant on north

r LET THE SUN SHINE IN water. Pour a tablespoon or two of of Florida hotel on take avenue. I Eighth street
k the solution into the larger neat I "Bayer"Insist!
Cocoa-Contract let for $71,000 .
l\iami-Contract( awarded at $2-
fly Spud Johnson openings. After the liquid has for construction of high school build-I
000,000 for bulkheading work on JaKnI
peared, tramp shut the disap-1 For Pain Headache, ing. ,
municipal bay front park.
wonderful! thing. there are no suitable openings, I
I Sunshine ) u Nklralgia Rheumatism Tampa-Construction of new pack
driving a sharp stick down Fort Myers-ConstructIon of $63- could wrangle with politics
Without it we would have no grass, some by I ing plant for Cudahy Companv nt I
I into the neat."Carbon Colds 000 school building under way. boodle, or booze, oc: other highlights
fish, or any Lumbago
Insect, or
or trees, or I East and Twiggs street well underway I that abound in "the
kind of life. Nor would we have any bisulphide may be substituted Tavares-Number of building operations .

hope. There Just wouldn't be any- for cyanide, altho it is more ex- n_+ AccePt only -a increasing steadily. Fort Pierce-Fish shipments from I news." I could land on the surtax -

1 pensive. Usa this in the same man- c..Jf.IA1. Bayer packagewhich ; Clewiston-New Everglades dra'n- with fervid abuse, but-my
I thing. this city for five days totaled 183,800
I us sunshine. It la the ner as indicated for cyanide, or squirt age projects to be carried rut in this buzz-wagon stops when I run
Nature gave } .
; thing that exists except into the holes with a squirt can. Twoor contains proven directions city and Rita Island. poun .! out of juice!II
greatest Handy "Daycr" boxes of 12 tablets 1 Daytona; Beach-Contract let at could spend half my timeon
Nature wouldn't make three squirts (from 1 to 3 table Tampa--New municipal warehouse
Nature itself; $;;3,000 for construction of school
Also hottlns of 24 and 10o.Druglfl.tsA."lrlo 'I our fun-in affairs, if I
something greater than it was. And spoons) should be sufficient. for city terminals undr construction
IN the mile mark of Bayer Mint building.
sunshine was designed to direct many I "These poisons can be bought at factor of Monoacvllcacldvatar" of eallcille.cidproduce. on Ybor Estuary. I TampaGrapfruit to thought my opinions would get
of drug stores or from insecticide or Much interest manifestedin anywheres,-I could settle
and laws for the welfare \Gretna-
,, organize for stabilization of industry.
fertilizer dealers. If neither can be ." inGadsden '" World-peace with no effort at
the Kingdom of Life over which Man poultry raising county j jFulfort Cocoa-Contract awarded for
with the permission of secured, use gasoline or kerosene, This striking stattement is made -Contract let for construction con- all, but-I'm too dern busy a-
reigns structing first unit of water works.
Nature.It doubling the amounts."If by Hamlin L. Brown, extension dairy- of Haulover bridge spanning htttln' the ball!

isn't for a farmer to the ant nest is among the roots man of the Florida College of Agriculture channel from this point. I Blountstown-Business men installing I reckon I'm needed to help
so easy
telephone in this
1 t I think so well of sunshine when he is of a tree, there is danger of killing who has made a close, Fort Pierce-Work on Okeechobee new system 'em discuss the evils that makes
'city connecting ]lines of Jlari-
, ; I out working in his fields, sweating I the tree with these poisons. Use personal study of dairy conditions in road in St. Louis county progressing anna Company my environment wuss,-and, I
this for the last months. like to debate, as I've previously-
I and straining under the full force of smaller amounts, or keep the ground state thirty rapidly
Vero-Local tomato packing houses
i the sun. But just let the sun stop I Ii thoroly soaked with water so as to That the silo for the storing and Jacksonville-Value of building getting ready for opening of shipping said-but dang it, I've got to
% force the ants to move their nest. construction In this for first have butter an' bread!
a I shining for a few days and he realizes conserving of Florida-grown crops, city season.
"Ants often climb into trees. Nothing the three months this totaled And so-I sot tight-In a fig-
that things are going bad. The has proved its right to a place on year $2- of
Tampa-Output cigars for first geratlve sense, and pursue my
grass he plows up refuses to die. Ills is better to keep them out with farm of every dairyman in the stateis 500000. I three months of this year totaled activities Inside the fence. .

1 crops turn yellow and stop growing.And than a band of ordinary cotton bat no longer a question with Professor East Fort Myers-Construction of 110,071,195, against 103,108,130 in And, while there are schemes

did you ever notice the difference ting about six inches wide. With a Brown. It is practical in any I 1923. that I'd like to defeat there's

in feelings when after strong cord over the middle of the dairying community. Hall's Catarrh Medicine nothin' beats comfort with
your Southern Bell Telephone and Tele- plenty to eat!
several days of dark, dreary weather, band tie securely around the trunk With the silo it is possible for the tlon Those will who notice are in that a "run Catarrh down"bother comU graph Company to take over properties

'+ I the sun suddenly
? Great feeling, isn't it? down over the cord and the lower feeds than good health. This fa<*t proves that while WITH FLENTp
glory more, milk-producing in Catarrh la a local <.Ilqell.... It .la greatly East Florida Telephone Company.
Yes, sunshine is a great force for part of the band. Use waterproofedbr any ther way, that is, from the same Influenced by ronatlttuionnl conditions. To EAT!

good. It sends its rays into every tarred paper to keep off the"'ain. amount of land cultivated. ulsts HALL'S of an Ointment;MEDICINE whichQuickly con- STOP FREE !SEEDS I

nook and crevice and driven out evil 'Tie high enough that the backspatterfrom Relieves by local application, and the
And it 'provides the cheapest and
Internal :Medicine a Tunic which assists
rain will not reach it.
and unwholesomeness! and discontent. safest storage for roughage of any In Improving the General Health.Bol.l \Vashinjl'ton-The annual supply
"Ordinary 'stickum' fly by druggist for over 40 Tears.V .
Disease can't stand before it. Health paper may building the farm can have. If built J, Cheney A Co., Toledo Ohio. bill for the department of agriculture I

( knows it as its chief ally. Peace with be used in place of colon batting. properly, the concrete silo is a permanent .

out it is unknown. Plenty has never But this paper should have stripes of fixture, will last a lifetime.It --

been able to associate with anything cotton batting underneath to preventthe insures the farmer against loss

1 else Sunshine Is the candle by which ants from crawling under. from windstorms, fires and decay. President Coolldge and His Reorganized Cabinet .
"It is advisable to apply these
Truth and Justice prevail.
Corn stored in the silo silage is
a All manor of men are served by methods early in the morning when safe from the -of as weevils.- ela dZ ."y .wwr w."a 'st'l4 zwauaasatcirjat: t?
I I the sun that shines. Its ,goodness: few ants are out of their holes or in I
Corn, Japanese cane and sorghumare
the trees
smiles upon all alike. But it tolerates
f. the most commonly used
crops I
nothing that is bad. .In it no evil can
for si/age./ Corn will yield from five
exist; that's why you find the wicked
OUT OF DATE to twenty tons to the( acre, while the I
sneaking for the dark corners. And
cane of sorghum possibly yield
to a farmer, weeds. are evil ; that's may
why he and sunshine are such close An Iowa county agent described the from 25 to 50 tons. I

I friends. real cause of most of the agricultural Commercial dairies in FlorlUa having -

distress as follows: 20 or more cows, could greatly. :

TOBACCO EXTRACTS KILL Mont of UH have been HO busy reduce the cost of producing milk.

watching the The silo is one of the best muui.i' of ,
DUOS THAT SUCK MELONSThe I upgrade movement of
1 high prices of land that we have reducing the cost. i

melon aphis, frequently called j forgotten almost all fundamental S Y a w "I ,",!
principle that underlie farm value. I >
the "llenaian fly, a serious pest a FLOIUD.WEEJLY INDUSTRIAL I ( ,rrOCA.T[ fd
j I cucumbers cantaloupes. squashes. While we want and hope that our Jack row-left to right. Davis Labor
j jS Wallace, Agriculture]
REVIEWTampa' ; HooVer
watermelon and other closely related land will be high priced we do not s i Front Row New Postmaster Week. ) Mellon Work, InSet! ,
a a a a a a a a a Hughes, Stew, President Coolidge; Treasury
plants, may be V.ept in check by want it to be so high priced that it AttorneyIeneralAnd Wilbur, Navy. ,
Contract to be let at $J,
will not bring fair The -
returns. value
;t praying or dusting with strong tobacco -
preparations of produce from our land is the thingof 250,000 for construction of waterworks

,! on Ifillsborough river. ..
a I'rof. J. R. Watson, entomologist supreme importance to every ---- -------- -- --- --- - ----- ._ ----_- -.. ---
Surimota 'under ---------- ---- ------- -- ----- --
Work well
of the Florida Experiment Station, in farmer and every land owner. A very way on
discussing the control of this pest, considerable bit of thought shouldbe Savings addition Dank to building Ringling Trust and The Home-Town New&paptr

q! recently said: given to carrying on production ;In
l\lInml-Enlargment of local harbor
i "In the past the usual method of the businca of farming( Haphazard -
to COO feet width and 25: feet
I dealing with an aphid outbreak was methods of farming, wtisttt land, poor:
seed, inferior stock, all must depth proposed
to spray. with soap and tobacco decoction go by
I To make an extract, place the board if we are going to succeedin South Jacksonville-Repaving por-

'. this new and large venture of high tion of Dixie highway between this
tobacco stems and. refuse in enough
I water to cover this material and allow priced, land. The methods of our point and St Johns county line under '** "

I i fathers and grandfathers cannot possibly way. -
to stand, overnight or to simmer over
L bo used Bagdad! -New power plant of
for successful results.
I a slow fire for an hour. The solution
i We must use our most modern Bagdad Company begins operation,
should then have the color of strong
method doubling lumber output of plant.
and must discover and
plan 4S\
tea Before using, dilute with ten
+ times the extract's weight of water. new things if our success is to be Sarasota-Contracts let for im.prov..ml'nts IIIM f i I
a maintained. and construction in
scrub must be
"Nicotine sulphate should he used Valencia
"with water, In proportion of 1 to 800- to scrap heap the same as the Terrace, now subdivision. \\
old Apalachicola-23,000: barrels of N A.S'i':
horsepower threshing machine -
1000. Dissolve whale-oil or other : : ; ,
and This is oysters: planted in Franklin county
idea that
reaper. no has .
caustic in fi gallons of water If '
soap '
I bottoms. within .
past CO days.
been hatched
in a pipe dream br in
the water to be used for spraying; is Jackll.mvilll'-Contrlll't :
to be let
idleness but
in cold
facts that
J hard oft, use 2 or 3 (pounds The of makes soap; the if us' in the face. It is for us to stare go ""tur copstruction of two bridges spanning r- ;:??* -r< ,. NT* yo is TO"'Ifss
use more. soap
prAy spread better.) Add. Vi pint of work and plan out for 6ursclves the :McCiirt's and Trout" creeks. at .cx A
s zm
nicotine sulphate, and heat for 5 things that are going to put the best I 4

with mlniUcs water When to fio ready!gallons to use dilute farms stock: and and best to make equipment them produce on our interest Frank A. Vanderlip I I t $ ; :* f

"In applying' the spray) use a nozzle on their valuation. li r

i of the Vonnort'l! type with nn I tk
elbow. Bo sure to spray the undre FEED Ihl l ,
side of the loaves because it is there ITS FARMS SIIUOULD UHOW; *. '''J' : s. 1 It i. } \ 1/J/ 1i I 1 11 ,

+ that the aphids located.! I r
a"l) ..
I ?
Dairymen Send
Millions II
Away ror la.
"During the last year or so growers -Ilqtr'2ltl'7

have found that dusting with some of Rations They Ought to Raise I '... 5.1 \ ''irr t t \ f1 yr } __ w
i r aaM
the tobacco-lime dusts Is satisfactory Store in Silos c a

,T 1 for the control of nphid It is much 'yte.ih ; / >
'! I quicker than .spraying and usually ":',]lIIlons of dollars are sent out "f( i i I + QiItw

.j i costs less. For satisfactory work a Florida every year to pay for tliurv I

I ', should feeds that should be grown at hour I
:. grower use a dusting I
j machine." feeds that are used as substitutes f." I

silage Florida's dairymen' hoiilil ,

\ HOW TO COTltOlNn: THAT grow themselves. Thousands of tom I

1' t1} I CRAWL AND DESTROY THINGS of Italian beet pulp is imported ire II

the state that take the place of what
'our own farmers could S
Ants are a nuisance. Everybody; profitably
j knows that. erOCi. T aa
1 They are worst in warm I
,.1. weather. Citrues growers are pestered rbo QtilBlM limt pot. hoi' Ailed IS? llseJ

..' Rrraiiw hata4Ic.nd! lai 8 tlv ,fTrct. L . by them particularly. However m" < :.. ;
UROMO JI ININE (T.befieta t i k-n New Yor .
they can be controlled at least. by jimme without: ejuftaJI! n0nrousuvaa; ri, National esignedkdirof I
t ;. partly Ti eh.irsd. I'.Wcaovrsdnaturr'al. who ha r edon t tantuneroos
Dr. E. W. Berger, entomologist of the corporation and U now
State Plant Board! of Florida, offers TRAIN SCHEDULES In Washington financing and direrV
a I lag his "CtUwsna Federal ,
the following for doing this
: (In effect NOT. 11, 1923) Keaeareh D'areaa." which alms to
w "To control or exterminate ants !SouthboundNo.: gather evidence of graft in govern*

there is nothing bettteY than a solution 1 reaches Starke at 12:18: .a. m. meat ef&coa. .

of sodium or potassium cyanide. No. 3, 10:63: a. m. .

Prepare by diMs,,"Inll' an ounce of No. 21, Cedar Key, 6:00 p. m. -
one or the cither in two quarts of No. 15, Limited 1:18: p. m.
,I ]NorthboundNo. The surest sin of worms in children is

.. 1 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m. paleness lark of intrrrst fretfulness ..
r (No Worms In s Healthy Child No. 4 4:26 variable appetite picking; at the
I : .
p. m. .
now and sudden\ .
starting in .1..1'"hen
All l children troubled with Worm. his
aa ass No. 20, Cedar 8:50
I I 1I..IIhFcoIur.hkh Indicate pour blood,sad ... Key, : a. m. these symptoms appear U U time to Rive
,: .1 rule. Lhrra I* more or lens atooiach <..JCu&u.. ... No. 10. Limited, 5:67: p. m. White's C",111'ermitu A few doses sha
'. OPOYE'S!:! \STrLESSeilltL' : TONIC: r"r'.'n- SVanne Branch- drives out the worms and puts! the little
,' larl' fur two or Ihreo weelr wtp eturh th i blunt. No. 101 leans Starke 7:45 a. m. one on the'ORd! to health a :ain. White's

sayeIe.hodlustluaaadwtusahwto.. ; "'.....4 No. 104& arrives Starke 3:15 p. m. Cream Vermifuge hud a record of fifty
"-isaTnr''to>''I.. .IIok> ert.rr. N-i w" "' 'n ef.uccesefuluse.
rs-+..,-.,..,dl9l..l tb. .worme.aDdlh fllltekJ T. J. GRIFFIN years Pricc35o. ixJJty --- .1
.._ ..hoalih. .-.I&IC__ Agents ALL DRUGSTORES !.N.eleak) : -
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,r +w,.+gerr xt n ever a ..w' .a .eT, ,.Wer ai'J '+






FRIDAY. !MAY 2. 1921

1 MATTHEW ALBRITTON DUKES I A ONE MAN TOWN agent at Crossings and also receivedthe L.\WTEY Have You a Bad: Back Notice la hrrotiy!MASTERS Blv.n BALD that under and byvlrturo

letter you wrote to the agent. Iam of that certain. Anal IvcrtHi. of fore.
and Mrs. S. nloaurv.. mad and entered un thn 21at day
Mathew Albritton Dukes died Gribble and son, wholesalers solda president and sole owner of the Lawtey, May 2.-Mr. of April A. P. laid by. Hon A. V.
Mr local bank and can assure you as to A. Bryan and Mrs Florence Rigsby, Then the Aihire nC this SlakeIle.i.i* .luilHO. of the Eighth i Judlclnl Circuit'I In.o.rJ:::
lin Dukes. April 23, after a lingering B. fur Bradford County. Unrlila. In that' cvrUtlacauno
bill of goods to J. West a mer- dent Will Interest Y ri.
As of of Starke were guests Sunday aftel'noon whrrotn .: : :
( my financial standing. mayor N I. BliriiB I In eomplalnmnltand
trouble. For the
t illness of stomach chant cross-roads O C. Swat and Bula A. Sweat hie wife,
at a small the I hesitate to refer to a of !Mr. and Mrs L. A. Marr.
( six months he was confined to city, you Does your hack nchu night and day) are defendant the imdvnlKned will offer
rl past Missouri, and when the goods arrived lawyer, since I am tho only memberof Mr. and Mrs L. II. Hill were visitors hinder \., li! distivy vur rest for iialv and livll to the hlBhi...t bidder for
; > i
| of
and most the time in bed.
his house rash In front of the Court Koua dung In.Starkis
at the village Mr1. West refused the bar in this vicinit).. If I were to Starke Thursday. Are jnu tui lund wiih Fttl!"', lilt pains i Rradfiirdiunly.. flurlila. on Monday

Mr. Dukes was born near Worthjington them. The wholesale firm preparedto not also pastor of the Methodist Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville, When you -t'''l p, lift or Iwnd'! the iml iluy. of Juno. A.. D. 1811., during th. t
3 1855 and would li'ital lean, of ale I. the of .etl..
i Springs July Then liKi'y: MU. kii'nvyn ore weak. purpose
institute suit for collection, and church I would tell you to go to was transacting business in town last More ti'iuiKli'i> fylnii acid. anal' deer.f. the following
loon have reached the 60th mile post the holy; soon appear. clt-prrlbed real relate lyinu and briny' In Hra wrote to the railroad agent at week.
h-I. -Windsor (Mo.) Review. headaches ilizz.iu'ss, nervousness. ;
ford County Florlila. tn-wttl The e(
[of his life. He was a son of John village for information about the ar- MisH Ruby Redding of Starke Or uric acid and its ills. the i NWC:, of; Soctlon 4. Townahlp r.Eu

[ and Elizabeth Dukes. rival of the merchandise, to tho presi- spent Sunday here with her grandmother Help( youi wiakuH'd kidneys", with e strange 'J'J KaHt. etinmlnlnff 10 nerea more or
Up in Tennessee they have sot Mayas I_. Also. tile E4I: of the SWW of the
On December 10, 1874 he married dent of the bank for information con- a time to think out and give a Mrs Louise Lowery. stimulant diuretic. NK': ..r ..th.I n 7. Townahlp 7. South Rang
Use Poan's Pills. .
; Miss Neary Bragg and to this union cerning the financial standing of I name to the farm. Good Idea Let's Mr. and Mr*. J. It. Howe were visitors Rend thi- Starke testimony 2. East the cnntnlnlnir fullmvlntf. 20 pcnional aen more property or l ea.AUo towlt. I

were born two sons, Sam and Scbron their customer, to the mayor of the do It in Florida, but it need not take to Jacksonville Wednesday Mrs. Sila" Kite, Cherry St.? S"T 11: Him One bay log. dart marc and mulv l hsrnma nainml, eomnl..III.<*t.*.."on.and large ana

M., also three girls. One of the girls city asking him to recommend a good ,I a month to do the Job right. Shad Thompson came home from "I couldn't\ get up or down without nine yearn/ one large aiae, black hone mulvnamiKl

died when quito young and the other lawyer to handle their case, and to White Springs and spent Sunday with my help back.because I certainly of tho misery was in through a bad Mack ...",.nl.1.IVte"/ ..and mart*age mule seven mimed yen/ "Kit", an one. tol

two are Mrs. S. M. Driggers of Lake Mr. West threatening suit if he did "More chicks die in May than any his family.J. condition. My kidneys acted too (1"0'ly Katu"1: wren and one bay ten pony. ..1.! mule named

Butler, and Miss Eliza Dukes, of not make payment at once. Mr. West other time" says a poultry specialist.That R. Eddins, of Gainesville was and I suffered from terrible paint ass yrara.K.. A .OREEN.
in head. Dnan'a I'ills from 1\ A..'.M-S-,10: Special Mauler.
Dukes. All of his children were born answered: means the little fellows shouldbe transacting business in Lawtey my
ell's Store wonderful t
Drug me
in the same old home where he was "I received the letter telling me started right. Give them a fair Wednesday. pftlief." gave NOTICE: TO !

born in. Mrs. Dukes died February I had better pay up. I am railroad chance. Mr. "ndIrs.!\ Will DuPree, of Jack Price Ol o. at all dealers. Don't of.Sralml llond'. TruaUwe blria will of K Hrailfonl* received by ; !

2, 1920 and his second marriage was sonville, were guests Sunday of Mr.\ Imply a"k for! a kidney remedy-get at the office of the aearolary. of i,
-- --- Doan 1111*-the name that Mrs. at Stark. Florida, until i o'clock
to Mrs. Emma Crews, of Bell, Fla. and Mrs. J. W. Byrd. Kit had. Kooter-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Dth, .,,.. and .e that time

After living at his old home for about James Austin, of Kingsley, was in Buffalo N. Y. for constructing or Improving the
roada or aectlona of roa.la In
35 years, he purchased quite a tract town Monday on business. Rend No. 14. Slat Road 11 to

of land at the place which was named I John 'one, of Druoker, was a business mllce.Koe.il(Roeler. Road). Approximate

after him Dukes Fla., where he visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. J. 1::. Goodfcllow and daughter No 20. RnaJ No. 1 to !

remained until his death. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bryan spent, Ruth, visited relatives In Jacksonville! I Approximate No. Ill length tilate S.1 Road mllea.Koad M. to

Sunday Starke with relatives. Sunday.Mr. 1. Approximate knith I' miln.Road .
Besides his devoted wife and children in
Tour children'sThe No. EiUnalon.: Road No.
he leaves to mourn his loss two Mrs. A. L. Taylor of Palmetto, flown, of the Hart FurnitureCo ,d.ah'ii. Approximate length. 1,7
of St vl\e business H..... No. 21. Had No fl to
Mr. ,
hero and
joined Taylor Saturday
brothers Elder J R. Dukes of Dukes, .. Extenalon. Approximate length I.
and W. D. Dukes, Sr., of Worthington > they aro pleasantly located in Mrs.J. here Friday.' Koad No. I 6. K.ad No. 1 to 1>
Approximate length 89 mtlea.Koad .
E .Itrown'a cottage east of the A. M. ninnrtmrilvn a visitor to No Koad No.
Springs, and one sister, Mrs. Barbara 17. 1 to
S. A. L. depot Mr. Taylor's mother Jacksonville Monday. Koad. Approximate length III mil.
Gainey of Lacrosse Fla. also 13
Ileac No. It Ejilen.lun Hlule (
grandchildren and 4 great grandchil- food from Tampa is spending a few days Charlie Strickland of Stnrko, spent Clay county line. Approximate.
here with relatives. ml Ira.lload.
with them. Sunday
i dren. No. 11. Road No. 5 to
Mr. and Mrs J. B. Dye and J. B. Rfr. and !Mrs. O. W. Roberts and Approximate length 4.t mllra.Koad .
Mr. Dukes was old citizen of .. ,
an /10. :2 lloail No. 19 to
( I Jr., of Jacksonville, were the guests Mrs. Eflle Miner and children visited Approximate.! length 1.B mltea.
this of honor and
county was a man Sunday of :Mr. and Mrs. A. M. relatives in Starke Sunday The total Itinictlu. of three p..j""
I held In high esteem by all who knew '" liroxlmately, 01.11 milva.The .
foods your children Blanchard. T J. Terry In trnnnaetin liuiiiu'! total quantltlm of the Itenia.
[ him, his pleasant courteous manner .
pmpoiiala are are '
Constable Jake Johns of Starke near Waldo! this wi-i>k. : :
and honest upright dealings with eat today, determine their follow. ,
/ was In town Thurmlay. \Mr. and Mrs Jnnu1 Godwin of Clearing. and HTUbHTnif 141 S
[his fellowmen endeared him to the strength and health in later Excavation MI'lO01.. yank.
Benjamin Harman was transacting Rtarke spent the wet k-end here with Road. machine wradinut till .'
[hearts of all. His numerous friends years. relatives. Head machine grading (SnIII, ..
business in
Jacksonville Thursday.
[ extend to the bereaved ones their ISO atatluna.ITntrrateil .
Misses Lottie Gainey Katie Hello pllln f\S'l! Un. ft.
[ heartfelt and feel that .
sympathy one I'ntrcatcd atruetural timber" 131 6
Remember this Green, Annie Belle Turner, and sirusruiiiK/ TO Clay surfacing material 8it)0) eu. '
[of Union county's best citizens has ; they must
of overhaul 1600 units.Mlving .
Gusgiu Mae Bennett and Mrs. Ray Tin TEiK<;uArii t
[gone to the land of rest. Mr. Dukes have well balanced meal and ehuplntf sand clay
Newsutn of Starke visitors toLawtey 1UIMIO ,
.. were cu y.leU
(was a sincere and loyal member of Their food should contain To Cur a Cold" One Day Inch pip..ulveru, 8U9 Un. ft.
Sunday. i IX Inch pipe eul....., eU lln.
(the Primitive church for 30
Baptist the right amout of mineral C. R. Snpp, of Jacksonville was in Take LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE. (Tablets ) 34 Inch pipe culverts. a2ft |tin| ft.
ears. atnpa. th. "rufirth and Hpaita* tin end works off :ll All work to be ilone In ... ..
salts. These salts act as'bona town on business Tuesday. ..hl S W. 4ROVt'elguattir ou oath ,Inr Vi t ha plane and Inatruationa, general :

Mr. Dukes was buried in Elzys Rev. W. I. Powell returned home aitceial' provlalona.: alwtflncatlona .
building material. T .
Cemetery, Elder W. M. Moody offlciat- Thursday from Winter Haven, wherehe 1'L. FRAZEE and contract bid must of llra.lford be ecunty.Kach .

llng} at the service The very large eerti5..heek or a, bidden'' bond
spent two week ATTORNEY able to K. 8. Matthew. Chairman,
number that attended his funeral Bakings that are made of bond Trustee.'*, for five percent hUf
: i
;bowed how highly he stood in hiseommunity. LAWPOSTOFFICB bid. a* evidence of coml
good plain white flour and guarante* that If awarded th* '
The floral offerings BUILDING bdilr| will execute the Contract and
Were baking powder contain the .. rtMJul......
[ profuse. STARKE. FLA.NOTHK The right I I. reserved to reject
necessary amount of mineral HI.to and In construct any or all
portion of th.... ",..1. aa the "
: Turkey raising in Florida is a salts. Allow your children 4 N or MA TItR'K 8AI.R il Ihi. at any time prior to the
hereby notke la thnt umlpr. ,l by
given An
[profitable business, but one must to eat heartily of these virtue nf that certain final il....nH of fore.elo.un pletlon of and the apecltlcatlona work.I'lana may be .

study the game.American bakings with fruits mile tiy the Juilifv of the RlKhthJuillolal offlc. of th. County Engineer<; and
together ot llniilfcinl Florlila.
C'lrault. County/ the apecltteatlons may b* obtained. .
In hancpry pining on the 21nt day of April of the Hoard. at II1.(0
and per
dairy products. This Inclejcrkn A l>, IIUI. In r....r "f F. F Flume a* .
". ""
(( farmers rule buyJail April
as a ,
enmitlalnnnt. and AnnA CaiihKtt.
aitalnat at* '
iorms E. B.
ideal food balance. MA
their supplies at retail prices, an d...r*n'l.nt.'
The undersigned| aa Rtt clnl M.....*.. will
owing to lack of cash and they sell My good friend Henry Tun- e. A. FIJTCII
a ; .rrnr for aaln In front of the onurthiiiui In deerelary.t .
everything they produce at wholesale When making quick rising kett U a many-sided man. Stark Flurlila., during. the tvirnl hnum of 6-448H1"K
Mali on Monilay. the 2o.1 l lay. of .luni. A. P.IIIJI .
[prices, also on account of financial breads: and pastries such Hell take a hand in any game, in the hlKOmt and beet Milder for cash, OKI)BK POll

[weakness.. This is suicidal and tends as: biscuits muffins cakes. an' play the beat he can. the liolnir fullnwlnir In the county ilcporllml of Hritilfonl property. and HltimUHl afit*and ofMnriiln. In Circuit Court. fltal of ,,1..1,'
fudlfllal, Circuit llrailfunl County.
underproductlon.-Selected. So fur as eddlcatlon goes he ".-" It:
vaflles, etc., don't fail to ,...." 6. H, 7, and N. In Pluck I. ciao lets very.Farmer. .
aitit! a shinin light,-but he A Dealer Hank corporatltm -
II. in. Il. 12. 2\\. li -m. and 24. In Uhnk :2 ;
READ use Calumet-the economy wouldn't fool with no thin' that all In IMwIlnir'n ...IIIU..n0.. the town of omanlaed. and exlstiniriinilr
the law of the Stale of
Klnrk-. county of llrailforil. atilt nf "Kliirlilil( : .
TilE TELEGRAPH Baking Powder. It contains he didn't think was right, nlil eddl lion >..lnir In MiK-lliin 211. Tp. 5. Mouth .lorlda.Complainant.. .
than the I've heard him prattle half a of Kilniri- 22, Eaat. .
FOR ALL LOCAL HAPPENINGS more ordinary A. /. ADK1N.1.' V.

leavening: strength-it's the day, about the war in Greece, R. A IIRKRN.tar eiimplalniint.H' |...-lnl, S-0 MaaturSolicitor -St.6.A0DliOht J. .1. Xterrlcka Defendant.It .et ale.! ,

and he'd slim the dud-burn tars appearing by affidavit, epp.n
purest and surest !havenermade. like of this Foil M, IIIICATIOV" bill tiled In the .,.... ..
Tlwt's:1 I :: :I.clc a JuHtict pl'ltce.- In Ortmlt (....'.1. Hint. tit Flnrlilu Blahth f.iielnila' Wright and Hoh Wright her
; Hu'd farm it for a season if the Judicial t'lrviiH.. llraiirnril. I'.unllIn/ chancery. Mary Peary" i and John ferry her

Rebuild With make :your flc..- LJ....... ll.'l.. ;; idea hit him equarlt--then, swapit II (.i. Alderman Antik himlmnd. Dowdary I Ile defrndsnhm and Kwan thureln ," /

and easily] dig. for a barber shop an' go to Complainant. nonimldentj of the Btate of .
"., (Lhsy an* rmltlvnla of Urullnwliik
101 TonicAn ruttin' hair! An.lr.-w J. Phlllliia,, et al.Tn I fi.orulit; and itn Over the' : iu.ir: :
If search the ,efoml..n' one year It la therefore '
Millions of mothers you among Andrew ..1 Philips. A J PhilipIH. A, nonn-eUUnt. defendants be end are h .
IMPROVED tonic for building I use clergy you will unruly find a t Rile and wit* Imini. O 'I.IIIIH. Pnvlil, tlr.nirir. I m ulr"d u, appear 'tu the nil) of :
Calumet because Hester A. nfi IIN! In iiald I raiui. on or before o '
rugged, strength and correct I daily they that prceh ., better Irtwtr, ilnlatralHx .
man; can ., alth day of Mar A. n IU24
Chills and Fever.Colds i Inmini.' of David" |P. (Ireuir, deceased, (I. W
Inn Mnlnrm.unit La are interested in their child sormonctte than Henry Timkett \, MeRn- anil wire ... M.' MeR..... RolwrtAiil.fr nllvatlona of said bill will be .
trippe. J. M. I'raJer. fewwl by said defendant,
If living end 1C ilea'l.,
And while the woods I It la further onlcrvd. Hint 'this .
ren's welfare-their
No mntt.T how many other present can. i th: helm. devises 11..."'_. or other* claimtut -
tonics you/ have taken you/ will : and future alnt net afire by anything hi"'" or i.tni'rwfstt.. amt, lu nil .unknown parting puhllHhiMl once a work for four .
health. weeka In the Hrndfonl County
be surprlned end delighted with 'Inlmlnir .nlInt..t/ whatsoever. IA Ih. lamia
the quick, euro reult you will done, I reckon he's a ,genius, ifver "-..In ilisrrllwd. fenilante.. the meldene. at newspAper. published In Bold
get in taking. 101 TONIC. Got whom ..... unknown Stale ,
i there onel!
was This April 2ilnd. 1924.
thin If..catI>ull.I.. this Sp..lnlC' PACKED IN TIN IIRKKTINOH: :
-it will Blvu you/ a new leaa on Via and each nl you are hereby. riiiiulreil. U, O. W. AL F.n..
life. re* ,nil '" appear before the Judge, of the Seal) Clerk (
-KEEPS naow you
I rireult Court In and for llrailfonl. County,
At Your UruKlst'aPRICE Tpae 'MA1 Horlda. on ,the 7th day of July. A. I) I I"'..M.it I. .
25e I eApURnvAalrre th. ('"..'f lloiaio, In ....1 ('....nll// In Hliilki'. R: H. JOHNS For
II I Hnrlilu. to nnnorr M Hill of Complaint I.H. _.. Sollclttor. Complainant. 4*
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hltiftml iiMiiinat you In inll. Court l hy If. <1 I.
M.lfrmnn )hi>r.i: FOR PIIIII.ICATI\:
The Hrnilfonl. County TeleKfaiih a weekly In Circuit Court. Stale of ,.lo'lel1' .
,.. Judicial Circuit. Bradford
-- "WOIa"r iiuhllshril In .h.. Hrnilfonl .
'iiiinty.[ Florlila. Is hereby ilnelictiHteil. a. th* cery.lvna.
? THAT n.'wnpapi-r In. which this notlei shall heniblkhml M. Ha.e.tt.
OHOLLIEI LOOK WHAT A. TINS Piece onART I[ for I'luht romif"ailtlvwvelte.. Complainantvs. '
HOME OLD FASHIONED: The lanib flr-.rrlln.il. ... I
I BROUGHT HOME / TO HANG ''N In the Hill of Complaint flcuaett.liKfxndant.
MOTTO' I n this eauiii* the lllli* t,> whirl U noitirht .Inv .
60M6THIN6 PRETTY FOR. THE !LiVING FRAMED 1lu .nHcUtl, ai/nlnnt the skew ilw'.n.lanti. an* I
SWEET SHOULD c.Av ....rU..la.11.erll..1/ an tallawc. l..>wlt : It aptivarlnw' by affidavit :
THE HOUSE I I OOM' Stop a Cough: )lJlck All of that uirllnn of 'lot II. lying/ north of bill Hl :ci In thu above eUI d cause :
NOT/ tnkoU n II.... ilrearlbiffl. ... fiillowm ffimmi'nrlnff al a HajMiott the defendant. therein .
HOME HAYES' HEALING MONEY. a ....t on the north boundary of ,lot II. 'Ion ftmt noifrfeliknl of the Htaft." of .' ,
O ouch mndlclnn which slop the coutll by if the northeast comer of said. 'lot. rilnilnir U: a rnldont of K.pl.l: (;|ly. I
O healing the Inllamwl and irritated ti....u..s. .>n a .count south Aft iliMfrmra. went ....... 'ovor the see of f.wenty-onn yenra ': :
"old lot u, wret boundary. of earn I'In Mrs. I fore onlirr. that said nonrMlikmt'.
A l hUJI of GROVES OPEN-THAT.. u, .bu end la hereby to .
lsa renileeteil
rutrv or anil th*> south< half of tot Jl / "1'
q SAI.VK: fur Cheat Guide Head Cold. an.1Cl'oup i ,uacre.':i soil M car*. In th** mnlthwtwt corner bill: of complaint filed In said .
(, t is enclosed. with every tx>ttlo fI' ">r Into, anil lot I 11 i'ti aenn I ......"t" acres In I Ihe lit: fore Monday: the 6lh day: of :
Oscar Lotes HAYES' HEALING HONEY. Tim -ulv. t .outhea. corner All in Reetlon .111, Tn. M, ]I IWJI. othorwlsv. the all-nation of
AnotherArgument I I 1C 22. K:., contalmna altiittethcr All Mree. will t le taken ... conf-wiml by ..1..
should be rubbed on the chest and thro.i mon', or l I.*., tut the sawn all>.>ars In that It la! further ordered that order b*
of children autrtrlnillrom a Cold tr Cuu|. r Ttnln llee l. ......".|... In Deed bonk Mo. S.u red one a week for four .... ...
ThehoelloeefwtofUsye.1nslinshoney >,> t pay. JnA.! of the I'uhlle KreoniM of Hradi i In the Bradford County Telegraph
side Inn throat cuniMn'd with the heJiu4. ..'I f onl, <'.iialy.' Ftorltla. paper published In eal.l County and
I...,.,. a (>.Pso-Trst Salve turuuitil Iba pure v Wt., .... my he nil sod l seal nt offlen thla. the This April anil. lU2tI ,
the chin non stops a couilh.Both .o.h Any .r April' A P. IDZ4. I O. W. ALDF. '
Heal, Clerk ( ..... <
;; peraed In oar carton end ihi ,
non' of tni- ambledare Uoatro-.ul l Ia35o. Real") Clerk Circuit Court. Oy C. A.
@ keva 1 Fur llra.f'or.1. County. rlorlda.A. \ .
Terry .: Juit ask your druggist/ foe HAYISHKAJJiNt 7.. ADKTN3. R. A, OREKN.
: } I.ONS.Y. Solicitor' for Complalnani 5.2.Ift-7.4 Solicitor for Complainant
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i BOUGHT rr AND CHEAPINQUIfttt JC It will be static season In two and tits roof has a tin covering,

TO HANG RIGHT ADOU' SALE wi-ukn. Put a lightning arrestor on or If water pipes or water : :

TI' OSGA PIPPEH W UMJ'mon'ec aerial. Remember. lightning ways pan under tb. antenna drain'our
UP THERE C7A4 THC WAL !. :NOT attracted by an aerial. The antenna I Is only as distant (rom ILEX

a te' arrestor is to discharge any excitegrouhd as the tin roof, the water inside of the panel and ground

/ METH aims electrical charge accumulated pipes' or the water runways. them by soldering! them to the
4fe.i. r in the to Its shortest ..
SIR, atmosphere ground wire. bhiuKIs can be held
., 3 f path which is the ground. Hurry will never get you anyto the panel by shellac.

e where. Therefore, when you hook

Your plain variable condenser up a radio s tt, take your time and The bugaboo of soldering( has

can be made into a vernier type by do it very carefully and slowly. brought, about another device for

adding a email vernier control, sold Guard particularly against the making quick and sure connections.

\ 9f by all radio dealers. plats In your condenser touching It'" a small ,seml-circlu of brass,
5q e each other. which will make a firm and instant

You cannot get too eipensive or connection fur all many alt six:

I good a rheostat or a grid.! The If you suffer from body Inter- ", Ire.. This is specially valuable'

J best Is far the cheapest. ference) when your fingers touch when you find It necessary to reVerse -

WANT a e e the knobs on the panel' place a wires to get the beat out of

COVNTIN4" TritS If your antenna Is stretched shield of tin-foil or thin copper a use The new brace clip is be.

.e".,.. ,,.. o. I across a city apartnftnt house roof, directly behind the knobs on the ing sold everywhere.

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-are inclined- to think that, like the Miss Irma Andrews was guest of the primary on June 3rd. 1 promise If DamInated I I FOR BOND TRUSTEE. plat Ne..' ( [ MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD-DIST.! Ne. I
and sleeted to the duties of I 1 hereby announce candidacy for the I
1 perform my hereby announce myself a candidate) foe
Bradford County Telegraph! I report of Mark Twain's death it has Gladys Crews Sunday. the office to toe best of my ability, I solicit "cfflo of Road Bond Trustee. District No 5.Brooker member. of the school board district No. L
The the vote of every voter IDt.B county Reipectfully '' and New Riter. I have lerved. the. If nominated' and elected I promise a faithful
I = ; I II been "grpatly exaggerated. Miss Thelma Parker, of Lake sufemiltsd. WIGGINS.FOR soars, of the county btfure in dlffcrsnt liseharge. of the duties of the office tot the
young people within the range of our capacities and feel that 1 .m fully capable >..t of my ability. 1 solicit the. vow of every.
t .:bLshed: wcckb and entered'esclass +Ii | Butler, visited friends here Sunday. TAX ASSESSOR I <>( Inking after their bat Interests. II.I. I Democrat in the primary to be held June VrtL
to be for the most
observation .
I seem I-Jk'e my' best effort toward this nd. ifelected. Respectfully. U J. wYNN.I .
the I am a candidate for nomination tu the office -
i **cond matter at poet i part amiable, sensible and well-dis Among those who attended the of covnty assessor of taxes of Bradford B A. WEEKS.
I i Starke Florida. I county and .........tfllll,. solicit co-opera-1 hereby. announce that I am a candidatefor
i oft Ice at i posed, very amenable to control; even dance at Will Andrews' Saturday thou and support in the Democrat your prunsryelection MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. No. 1 member" of the school. board District Nu

I-= I I of some to which they ought not to evening were Misses Minnie Cason, to .be held June 5. 1KH4. 1 assure yea The friends of Be*. L. W. Kickl.ter ask. for 3. I.... raised on a arm at Graham anhave .
that I deeply' appreciate the. confidence and his re-election aa a member of the Board of
I .. MATTHEWS ---------------0..1:I I be amenable. support you .have given me in tae past and Public Instruction for district No. I of Bradford taught' school for ova yeara. I a: i
J. C. HODIBONMsnaudag 1 Gladys Crews, Minnie and Rosa trust that my official record may. have your' county fr. Klckliter has JJI.... the utmost famil ar with all the affairs of school WOlJ \.
As we size it up. the situation appears approval for another term. __'fuIl7. satisfaction during the several terms bs solicit the vote) of every Democrat In th"
l I I to be about like this:: our young Hodges, Ruby Lindsey: :Messrs.\ N. D. WAINWR1CHT. has served on the owed and we consider Ito primary. to be held June Srd. I promise
EVEKY }'JUJUY' Donald Graf ton, Gerald and Clarence t the' > interest of the voters and the county faithful discharge: of the duties of the office
PUBLISHED I people have been given advantage., I hertby. announce myself. aa a candidate that b.. services be continued. If .ectod.. Reapact.futl".. .ubmltted.<
did'not Adkins Reddish! and Chester An- for the olflee! of taD0.. of Bradford MANY FRIENDS ". A. WASDIN
which their fathers have (by
county subject to the action of the. Demo-
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I reason, however, of the loving sacrifices drews Floyd Crystal, Norman crscU voters at the primary. June 3. 1>2*. Ifelected --
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$1.50 made for them by these same Wiggins, Elmer Cason Pledger dutiea J the promise office: ,to keeping falthfullp: a! clean!perform, correct -
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Per Year u. --- Johns Renfroe
and John
0 work connected I
J | fathers). They are, therefore supernVally ;:Otf.5I,11 r.Ai : I II

Six Months _ ____ __ 75cI better educated than their Moody and others.

_______ I Mrs. J. P. Lindsay and children FOR TAX COLLECTOR 1 I I I I
0i ._ parents. They have had opportunities I hereby' announce to the public that I ama
'I returned from Jacksonville after a candidate for .... to the office of :
fur physical development which their .
county tax collector, subject to the will of. 1 \ ;
1 I others did not have; so that they are week's visit with relatives. the people at the coming Democratic primary I
election to .be held June a, 1924. rronnainc.'
growing up larger and stronger thanth..ir Ray Goodge of Lake City motored If re-elected, the. same personal, aonrtsoist and I I

parents. Again, they have been here Saturday and Sunday. eT I( will.elent appreciate service In your' the vote.future Sincerely u in tha, p.... THE LAWTEY STATE BANK ; :

I i I I'I II II !luruely spared (again/ by the sacri- B. W. HAYES I ;

I Tit FS of their devoted, if foolish I hereby announce myself a candidate for I I II II
the office of tax collector of Bradford county
parents[ ) the arduous toil, the severe READ I .
I solicit the support of the voters of the county I
I ., and If elected. I promise a faithful discharge I .
i UK riticea, and the crushing responsibilities TELEGRAPII of the duns of said office.. Respectfully Reorganized on a strong and conservative
I oy that fill upon the parents intheir FOR ALL LOCAL HAPPENINGS .ubmltt.d. B. M. DOWL JiG. .
II : basis, solicits the banking business of firms,
No. 4984 I Well-fed, well-clothed, well-taught, Polllicjl 1 Announcements I hereby announce myself. a candidate( forrerlsotlon : I corporations and individuals. ;
to the office l of county eomaia-
F National Highway
(Membership in well-trained cure-free and irresponsible loner for District Mo. 1. Lawtey If re-elected 'II '
t9 I Association ) their abundant vitality asserts - I I will give the' same careful and conscientious We Lire here to give the citizens of our i
attention to the dutiea of the office as I have
, I --- itself in fomenting energy to be and Senatorial To the District Democratic of Florida electors: of I rospctulIv FUUenth- I in the' past LOUIS H. PILL. I community a safe place for their funds and !

;, SENSATIONAL PKEACIIl.NI.: do things commensurate with the solicit your support for ..._ID.tlO.. In I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER-DIST. I '
June primary u your' stat. senator for said I hereby' announce myself. a candidate for i to render them up-to-date, efficient banding ,
superiority they conscious of. I II
1 are district .
\ which embraces> counties of Brad reelection. for county commissioner from I
I (Gainesville Sun) Unsobered by experience, and the ford and Union. D. *. KNIGHT. I I District No. 1. If reelccted. I will continue j i service. ,

larger knowledge in the school By the. reotuet of fmo.., I riving/ the district and county' the heat I
"The horrible"affair, says the St. gained many hervbr' service of which I am capable. Reapeetfullysubmitted.

Petersburg Independent "of a boy of life, they are sublimely unconscious !annoonea from mystlf Bradford as a and candidate Union for counties theMa.te J. M. BROWNLEE. .

I I| of their limitations and chock-full: of subject to the action of the Democratic -PO- COMMISSIONER DISTRICT Ne. I !
killing both his parents an a sequel to j I primary of Juna S. 1924. 1 respectfully I hereby. announce that- I am a candidate THE LAWTEY STATE BANK j
,', killing his two sisters a year before half-baked ideas and ideals which solicit the vctes of every voter and .tereby' for county _iNlonar. District N... S. 1have

Ii that, credited by him to a religiousfrenzy they are anxious to try out. service promise, for that the I will people render whom trus I represent.and faithful I served the county sa a member. of the. I
board and am willing to be judged by' my' record. FloridaE.
: has been matched by a young | This is not bad!, but good and good J. T. BA..NE3: I If elected I promise faithful and conscientious i Lawtey
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will come of it, in time, when these FOR SUPERVISOR service to the duties of the office.Respectfully.
girl of Jlillsborough county who calms or REGISTRATION J. L UNDERHILL
I "hereby announce that 1 candidate S. MATTHEWSPresident A. L. TAYLOR
husky I have learned few am a .
I states that she to death a
ly stamped for. re-election to toe office of supervisor, of I
her aged father, with her mother's approval j| lessons that they did not learn in ...,IaLraLioa. If I am re-elected I ahall continue I heebJo.nounc.. to the voters that I ama Cashier
to live mr very best efforts toward candidate for the office of county commis
at a religious sacrifice after school. carrying' out the duties of the office. Respect I sioner. District. No. 3. If sleeted to this,
L attending a faith-cure meeting there. Chief among these lessons stand fully.' C. A. KNIGHT: 1 office I pledge my' best efforts at all times
I to the Interests of the county
I* it not high time to put a stop to out these: FOR REPRE8BNTATIVB: -CROUP ONE I l I I J. W. PREVATT.FUK .

f such things I 1. This is a universe of law, and la 1 croup hereby on.' announce for nomination myself for as the a candidate office ofrepresentative ,,, COK.NTV COMMISSIONER, Dlst. .... 4I ,

i And that forcefully presents the lawlessness breeds everywhere and ford county subject in the. to leiilslature the action from of Brad the ;I I I hereby sanounce myself a candidate for .! I i r I IAre
overcome, disaster Democratic primary to be held county commissioner from District No 4.
old, old question as to whether religion June '''' 1124. I
i io.mo".tlo I Theressa and Graham
I reepectfully solicit the support of aU comprising Hampton.
is merely emotional or whetherit 2. Respect for proper authority is voters ...e!. if elected, promise and. If elected will give the district anal: _
fundamental to faithful and conscientious arch.EVERETF, county tb. best service I am capable of. II'
is baaed substantial right living. It is '' .
upon reason. M. JOfTN3!!! I 1 I solicit your' vote at the primary Jun. Sro!.
: t The answer of course is that real, still true that "the fear of the Lord is Respectfully submitted G. W. HINSON. _
true and abiding religion is a matter the beginning of wisdom;" and the I "hereby announce" myself aa a candidate 1, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. DIST. I
:1 commandment "Honor for a member. of the Bouse of Representatives i 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate '
f of Intellectual conception and is the thy and from Bradford County Fla., croup No. t. :{I for County Commissioner, District; No. I
result of reason and logic. thy mother" still has all the sanctionof subject to the Democratic Jun. {. comprising Brooker and New RI.... If elect..ed. .
1524. 1 primaryoof 1 and efficient
earnestly solicit promise a faithful perform- I'
Every winter Florida is viiited by the divine Lawgiver voters in tha sorolnc I primary. uPlT'I'Wb: : I some of the dutiea of the office and will
proml. to work far the best interest of I work always for the beet Interests of the tf T
"diBtingu ht'll evangelism" and some ford county and the slat of Florida. llrad-I!entire count'. ItepeUAliB..
Of them the
use contraction of their
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,, given name*-like "Sam" or "nob" -- :: FOR COUNTY JUDGE I hereby. announce ...,...n a emcuaiior
Brooker, :May 2. Mr. and Mrs. J. I hereby. announce myself' a candidate for'' the office, of county eommiM" loner, District',
or something like that, evidently done the office of County' Judge of Bradford ", UD. No. 1 compriiiinir Brooker and N.. Riv.r, Quick of Flight -
'r. to attract sensational C. Cone and family were visiting in ty. 1 refer the voters to my record during and p mm me. If elected to five the voter of ,
attention. They Lawtey Sunday. the terms 1 have held this office in the oast the di"i net and the county .t large the
I overshadow for thu time being our and I earnestly solicit their support at the 1 Mot m ...1.,* of which I am capable. 110. And Leave One
\ '4. I Mr and Mrs. P. A. Crosby and J. J. coming primary. If elected I promise to ."*> tf ,illy aubn.ilt.Ml., 8 V. A"ID! EW3I Hapless Over Night!
able and faithful local mini tcrs. diacharga' the duties, of the office to the best
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I Morgan were visitors to Dukes Tues of my' ability, according, to law and without
They stir up emotions which do not fear or 'avor GEO. GAROINEB.. It is best (to keep "fortune's w '
abide and then they hie to other I day.A. -- ----- the "shears of tm ; !
.4 on SAVINGS" so 8flJhl; :
; field 1}. Shaw and son, Woodrow, of FOR SHERIFF1 f1 no h
Divine he-alum also como I hereby announce my.tlf a candfdnUj for can happen. "Fortune's
.J j i Gainesville, attended to business here I Sheriff of hnulfurj county, vlrcted' 1promla I \VirjRs" mean more than
i unionist UM and the news with : dolt money. Health
comes Thursday efficient administration, this hor-- LUMBER I uprightness integrity, duty
them or in udvunco of them that they |1lr. olTice I nloJid, fur law nfurc..rai nt.squally I They arc the tonrnte"erements thrift
I I Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Sapp are visiting appllrd to one and all without fur J in success The Ii un. K5
have performed wonderful "faith i| 0' fa\or 1 hall appreciate the support of cJamental 1 virtue is in saving otwhai
; .AJ -l. COOT S. a part
cures" somewhere the latter's parents, Mr. and Mri. the \oters at tliv prim..,. Jun. 3rd. : Persist an you !
else. They excite! W. al. this program and
T. B. (MlfCHj EDWARDS "fortune3
Shirley in Miami this wings" mjj
', our emotions, enlist our sympathy, Lime Brick, never "take 6Ight." '
i j Mrs. Turner, of Alnchua: passed. I .hereby' announce myself a candidate fur
and then fly away. To the mind of re-election to the ottlce of Sheriff cf Bradford Cement Start Year
this old editor through here Wednesday enroute to county. If re-elecud I will, as in the past Saving. Account
their performances ar Clayno. spare no pains In the full scharBe,, of all the BUILDERS HARDWARE __, inThi Banl.TO.DAYt9
this old editor their performances duties of the office, and I earneatly. solicit the fijj frrf&
are Mrs Willie Mae Smith and children support of the voters at the ensuing primary. moo.
little short of Respectfully W. BANK OF
sacrilegious. J. EPtEKSON. ST RKE
t The belief of Sampson City, spent the weekend Sherwin William Paint ) w
; in a Creator is Inevitable here I hereby' announce myself aa a candidate Bank of Helpful Service
to every thinking visiting her sister,. Mrs. L. for sheriff of Brsilford county.' I.... well Kyanixt Varntth
man and woman. !Morgan.Mr.\ acquainted with the. dutira of th. oil,. and Starke Florid _...
The belief in a Supreme God come promise, if elected, to discharge them to the nays
I I from and Mrs. Ed Stewart wervisiting utmost of my' ability', with equal justice to '
intellectual "Sane f". Surface and
I Ii reasoning. The be relatives in all. 1 earniejtly solicit the support of the -
Lake .
t I lief In Jesuit Christ U an Intellectual Butler Sun- voters at the ensuing primary. You Save AU" {
c i I anti not an .emotional Conclusion day.Kev. o.oo"Ev.rything ,
ci The Ten. Butler, of Dukes, filled his' FOR CLERK OF TUB CIRCUIT COURT f
Commandments. constitute I hereby' far
i I regular announce myself a candidate for
A book within themselves. appointment here Sunday. re-election to the office' of Clerk of tb. Circuit
If every :Mimes Lois, Toledo. and 1'ear ourt of Bradford county, subject to the Building and Repairing'
book of statute laws on earth should actl*a of the voters at the coming primary. .
lainey, who have been June 3rd. I <..< . attending appreciate the dutiea" of this Important i
lie .
I destroyed and wo could be taught school in Starke office, but eel 1 that I am qualified iar
to obey the Comandmcnu. this returned home I'rlday. to discharge, thorn Having served, the pub- Consumers Lumber
<(< would he before, the voters' are well able to Judge' j
be a better world than it is with its as to my fltnsss for the office, and if they
E. J. Lewis, G. W. Hazen and L. K. chnoss to elect me. I promise' faithful and
G, I thousands of laws which we do not Gainey motored efficient ..", Ie.. Your support .is respectful* Company ;;1f w

oUey and do not reupcct. Reason, and Mrs. to Starke Friday. I ly-' solicited. O. W. ALDERMAN. f jI! i itlEi ,
Rosa --
Knight and sister Miss ---- STARKE FLORIDA. :
us that the Commandments ;
I Vera Surrency, who have been visiting I hereby' announce myself a candidate for 1" .
I I contain all the philosophy in Starke e-Hvctlon to the off,ce of county wwrinteni i, -
returned home t
Satur- lent of school. of Bradford
of life and that every word containedin day. county subject to I

1 them is an inspired wort'e I J. II. Ritcb, of Starke was a visitor ----"'- ,I
quite agree with our comtemporary,
here Thursday.

the it is St.time Petersburg to put the Independent taboo on fake that I Miss and Loreno Haien pent Wednesday r %
preaching. friends. Thursday Alachua with I

OUR I I Mrs. I. W. Plnholster, Jr. motored HULL'S
', I I t to Starke TuesUay. I

I I I The bond trustees of Starke I
Florida wei! I
( Christian Advocate I
I t I here ''
I Wednesday looking over tho' Ii
II I We are hearing much, these days road. They also Inspected the fill at j i

t I about "the revolt of youth," and a I the Ward bridge. WE TAKE CARE OF OUR CUSTOMERS\
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considerable literature seems to have Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was a i

grown up on that subject; practically II visitor here Wednesday. i
all of It Among those From Jacksonville to Campville and from Palatka i
t; apparently supporting and) who attended the i to Jasper and even +
fostering that revolt. funeral of M. A. ,
Dukes at Elzy's [
'f Just what youth la revolting from chapel were Mrs. II. P. Gainey, J. J. I, some Georgia points, we have taken care of the strawberry cup and crate
doea not readily appear; unless it bell I Morgan and family, Mr. and I

'I the authority and control of their A. B. Surrency. 1\Irll'l situation and not a break so far. Now we have .hampers ready for the

elders, parents teachers, church and I Louis demons, of Miami, is visiting
beans. Our fertilizer stock is
government. I his father-in-law. J. J. Morgan complete at all times. Grocery, Feed and

in We these have columns already, to a called plea attention that "the this II. week.P. Gainey and son, Everett,'I l Vegetable department in fine shape. Green beans from the farm this

i elder statesmen. be eliminated." If motored to Starke Sunday. "

we sense aright the wishes of these Casey. Atkins motored to Worthington week have just "touched the spot. They are fine. Another car of hay

r youthful revolters they aim to Springs Monday, due the last of the week. Our stock of seed

eliminate not only the elder statesmen L. Morgan and II. P. Gainey were as complete as it is possibleto

1 but the elders, generally so far attending to business In Starke Mon make it. All
prices right.
our are
as the control of things is concerned, day.

the reins of government, In state

I '' by church the youth.It and .home to be taken over :NEW-RIVER The fine weather has cheered everybody up and the fine crops that

in a significant fact that about New River, :May 2.-J. E. Adklns can be made will cheer up everyone who has "stuck it out." We can't

the time this motored to Lake Butler
"revolt of youth" becomes Sunday.S. .

much in evidence, attention is C. Crews made a business trip sell goods we don't have and you can't make crops that you don't plant.

beginning to be called to the singular to Starke Saturday.

i and alarming tact that most of the B. M. Dowling and A. J. Thomas, Let's get busy. Yours for a good season and good times.

crimes of violence today, the stories of Starke, motored here Thursday

of which fill our papers are commit. II. T. Powell spent the weekend in

d ted by youthful criminals. Perhaps Atlanta, Ga., and was the guest\ of N. B. HULL

this is another. phase of the "revolvt" the McCullough brothers while there.

I of youth: this time in a revolt against Earnest McKinney, of Sampson

k all law was a visitor here Sunday. .

t Personally we have not seen much Mrs.: Joe Dowling is visiting friend ra'

of this revolt, except in print. We 'in Lake Butler


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