Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02229
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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 16, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02229
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Mr. Bishop To Install Telephone
1 1,. (Eleven States Will Be Lost To Republican System in (Valdot An {

.. Party Unless Stand Early Irate
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aM I At the Jest meeting of the Waldo I
Jew York, May !Declaring the town council a franchise was granted \
epublican party will lose 11 Import I 1 1. A. Bishop, owner of tho Starke and + :

.. states in the coming priaidential 1 r.uwtey telephone systems, to operate
election if it does not make a decluraEtion I WEEK.BEGINNING MAY 26CLEAN it telephone exchange in WaUla. t

+ on the wet and dry question, Dr.l .
!Mr. Bishop will begin work on a
r Nicholas Murray Butler, president of _.
lino connecting Waldo and Starke ,
University, came out
'" Columbia anti- I VI'NU PAINT UP TIME COUNTY COMMISSION SEABOARD OFFICIAL SOME: REASONS WHY \ within a short time. This will !give '
rjquart'ly for the adoption of an
ERS' !MEETINGThe IN STARKEW. I \\ SHOULD CLEAN UP Waldo people R direct wire connection r
-1; [prohibition plank in the Republican Spring is here, I'm darned if it ain't, I AND PAINT UP with Jacksonville through

11921 platform. Time to buy a keg o' paint; board of county commissioners I K. Canova, of Tallahassee| Sturke, Ha has placet! an order for I'I'tho i
fc"Tha only way to get back to Paint the old place ever' spring, of Bradfonf county met In regular' Jo'nefullltent of the Seaboard:! Railway j Painted buildings look better tho switchboard for the Waldo office, "

.:; pound constitutional government is Paint up nearly ever'thing, session Monday, May 5th, 1924: with win in Starke this!! week attending Last longer land l work on thu plant will begin :
a |t.) root out the chief cause of the House and fence and chicken-pen, all members!! present, as follows: J. to business and visiting his Keep up tho desirability of your will begin with the arrival of the :', I
;: existing \lawlessness," Dr. Murray I Chairs and porch settee again, M. Brownlee, chairman, Louis H. Hill, : brother, Messrs. P. K. and E. E. neighborhood equipment.
... 1 Butler said. "This can be aocom- I Summer house and, arbor, too, S. J. Prescott, James Reynolds and Canova. I I Brinjr higher rental. I
Mr. Bishop. him brought tho Starke ',' I
plished: only by a declaration on That's a job I hate to do- 11. P. Gainey. I In conversation with Mr. Canovnj Command higher sale prices
I I system to a highly efficient organization
m |:prohibition in the national platform. I Got so many little slats, Minutes of the last meeting were concerning: the berry shipments, he i{ Make tlark rooms lighter and gives excellent service to his
1- U$ The university head declared that Posts and r Khe Republican party stood in danger don't to Makes Interiors cheerier :
ever seem get Upon the rt \iuest of tho tax collector !! tthippcd by freight this season ._-- -
tof losing Massachusetts, Connecticut, I Through with paintin' of 'em-yet the collection of taxes was ,extended I, arrived' in the markets past the Easier: ta keep clean and! sanitary.It ANOTHER USE FOR T1IKDISCARDED
_ Rhode Island, New, York, Pennsylvania I They look mighty good when done, for thirty days. scheduled time, one from Starke and in insurance! on your building. INNI-IL TUIIH "
t New Jersey, Delaware, Sort o' brightens up the home three from Lawtey. Berries shipped Protect your shingles against warp. I
'r |Wisconsin, Illinois and Missouri if the I To put paint on ever'thing, The matter of the Peoples Bunk, : In refrigerator cars from Starke to Softwood floors need protection and Another us? for thu old discardednner

a "' issue were ignored. Sort o' fits in with spring. ()f Jacksonville, versus Rradiord I Philadelphia arrived there from It'to decoration. tube. Thin time tile house is .. I

J: c(;t, Dr Butler, who is a delegate to the I White's my favorite kind o' paint, county was considered and a com I 19 hours ahead ot' schedule, Mr. Paint them and avoid hard scrub- I uinted. dow is it done Simple.

|)|republican national convention inK Clean's a whistle, dogged if 'taint; : promise settlement was made for I' Canova stated, while the berry move ... Mary S Allen, home demonstra- I
i y 1 Cleveland next month, launched a Put it on the house and shed, $1300.00 and cost of court. ment from Lawtey to Jersey City arrived bing.Delay and decay go together. Ion agent for the western part of

lyigorous attack on the Volstead act, With-a red roof overhead. I Report of state convict inspector three to, seven hours ahead of Figure the cost of paint againstthe IlillHborough county, makes the report I.

'. ., ftte eighteenth amendment and prohi- Paint the other things in greens, filed. I their scheduled time. cost of repairs about this now use for the Inner ;

'j 'I.f ,\ ""tltion enforcement before a meetings AH except the window screens, Managers and clerks for the primary : Paint when putting up; paint when |.|jbc. Her report follows:
',( 'of Missouri Society members in New Say, I must forgot to add election to be held June 3d, BARBECUE OLTiC- taking down. "A new method of painting the iJ
York ten days ago. His speech caused Them old screens-I wish I had! 1024, in the several precincts, were I I AL SPEAKING ome has been devised by one of the '

r ?' a storm of comment, nation-wide, Meanest things to paint I know appointed. There will be joint political To clean up without painting up jc'ub woihen. For the last three
a "'), in which adherents of both sides took'i I'I''I No, there's shutters-that ain't so.! There being no further business, I I picnic between Bradford a and Alachua loaves a place in a condition a good' months. she has made shopping and

i .::1 ', ?active part. In more than 10,000 Time to get things under way board adjourned until next regular counties at the bridge near deal like a man who Is only half 11thing bags out of old! auto inner

. -ly"I flatters and 3,000 telegrams, Dr. i Weather's better ever' day. meeting, which will be held on first I Brooker Tuesday, new May 20th. Every shaved | ,bell and sold thorn to friends and
Butler, said the proportion of those MAUDE WOOD HENRY. Monday in June, 1924. -- '
the house
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i irri'fpo fciioney( paint t tI
I body lit invited to come and bring LAST M N : LL TAR
- reommcnding his utterances against i THIRTY-TWO CARLOADS OF HONOR ROLL FOR II. II. S. I well-filled bankets. All candidates: PAYERS: RUSH ('OLI.EC'ioRThanks I "Shu learned to make tho bags at :!
to 1.
e those opposing! them" was 200 '
CATTLE UNLOADED FRIDAYA EIR'hthIonth! are especially invited. J. L. BROWN.CITY'VoTSt'II l ornu demonstration club niucUngn.
[POLITICAL PICNIC AT HEIL.BRONN I Ii I to the elllcieiit tax collector,, pi ul she! intends to carry the work I
t- POSTPONED ONE WEEK' solid train of cattle, numberingover First Grade: Dorothy White, Jackson SEEPING Mr. IluycH, the number of qualified\ )ill further by putting the paint on I

i t -- fourteen hundred head, was unloaded Rivers, Dorothy Swanbom, Martha I The council-of tho town of voters who< will\ be in position to cast ho house herself. Situ Is still selling .
The political picnic scheduled to in Starke Friday, and driven to Powell. Miss Olive Ray, teacher. Starke met In regular sesion May Uh their ballot in, the Juno I primary, has pI I the bugs she can make In spare I

l [be held! at Ilcilbronn Springs the 15th the camphor farm In Clay comity: Second Grade: Mablo Is'elf, Lois with all members present. Minutes more than doubled amen our last Imo and will have tho money for

; nst., has been postponed until Thursday I fourteen miles east of Starke, where Long, Lillian Garris, Lois Adklns, i.f the last mooting were read< and ap- Issuo. when only lt0 registered .Jmo other iniprovemontB."
of next week, the 22d. they will be confine to the huge Marjorie Stump, Curtis Kellam\ Nel- voters of the county hAd qualifled) by ,- ---
r I I farm once devoted to the growing of lie Edwards, Martha llrownloe provided.The paying. their poll tax.! A groat many HOCK NEARING M. L. '
LION. FRANK E. JENNINGS camphor trees by the duPont Powder I Marguerite Prevatt, Eunice Canova, council extended the time for others who had' failed to register with 1 JOHN'S-/ FARM

s "i': TO SPEAK IN STARKE Co. The cattle, belonging to Errol S. R. Johns, Jr., Arthur Darby Jones, paying city taxes to June 1st. the supervisor of registration/ were I I

Hon. Frank E. Jennings, of Jacksonville : Cattle Co., were brought from Lake I Sinclair Peck! Jr., Eldredge< Robinson. Fred Deck was allowed a reductionon also registered by Mr. Hayes up until Laying of the rock base of the ,
candidate, for of Jem, Lake county. This county having Miss Ethel Griffin, teacher. assessment of 1U2.1: taxes of $150, midnight Saturday.The state highway south from Starke U 1
[Florida, has advi- 1 this governor that ; adopted the "no-fence" law, cat- Third Grade A: Margaret Brown, and the collector was Instructed to. tax: collnctor'M cilice was kept 1, progressing at a fair rate of spued. It
the will be in Starke Friday, May 16th, I tle owners were faced< with the proposition Lucile Edwards, Mildred Griflls. be governed accordingly. open until the hint minute and) ho and Indications are that the bUHO will bo '
(and will\ address the voters at the of either fencing in a range Fourth Gradb, B: Mary Brownlee. The committee of electric lights hit assistants were kept busy practically hold/ beyond tho M. L. Johns' farm by
for their stock, or moving them to Miss Jessie Thomas, teacher. was authorized to have the necessary the entire tiny Saturday. Mon- today. Tho trucks arty being loaded
courthouse at S
[ p. m. I I tract! of land already under fence. I Fourth Grade A: Hubert Bower, lights placed In the city park. I day Mr. !]ayes estimated that the from tho Peggy "Y" track just southof
[NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERSThe Another shipment of eight hundred Sarah Overstreet, Evelyn Stump, A letter was received, from tho I number wh were qualified to vote I the town, and thu favorable, weather -
: head is expected within a few days. I I J Ramona Watkins. Miss Nellie vice-president of the Seaboard Air In the primary would reach around) of the past few weeks assisted
board of bond trustees of the 'I Stearns, teacher. Line railroad, advising, that the said 105U.: I greatly In tho rapid) progress! of the
[town of Starke, recently had the HIGHLAND Fifth Grade Hazel Adkins Alice work. ,
: was planning to start some
water from the new well analyzedand I I Fernandez Vivian Kite, Rachel improvements to the depot, and askedif IIROOKKRBrooker Crews are at work In Hampton
there is II
shows that
[ the report Mrs. E. Wilkinson was called to Silcox, Muriel Silcox, Lelia Williamson the work should be started. Tho May 18.-H. P. Gainey pouring the concrete curbing within
the I I
little difference analysis
Very in Jacksonville Sunday by the serious ,!| Helen Gray, Milton Brownlee, Jr, clerk was directed to notify the said motored to Hampton Thursday tho city limits of this town in readiness
[in the water from the new and the old Illness of her daughter-in-law, Mrs.D. :Merrill Futch, George Inman, Richard vk'c-president that the matter had Among those who attended the play for the placing of the rock when

[wells, I A. Marr. Long, Glenn McMillan, James boon referred Co the Florida Railroad the crews are shifted to that pointto
:Bacterially the new water is pure. Mrs: ]11. C.Wimberly and Miss Wini Richard Wainwright, Thomas Williams Commission as the work had not been "The ,Microbe of Love" in Starke work out from Hampton.
Four samples recently collected show ( Wilson Miss Isabel Thursday evening were Misses
Hayes. --
Jacksonville done .
visitors to
k [bacterial counts averaging under 100 fred Wimberly Thursday.B. were. Bullen), teacher. I motion as per agreement.A wa carried ordering the Ix>rene, Ella: Mae, Opal/ and! EunlaHazen : PAINT UI'I! 1 1t

per cubic centimeter with no evidence I I Sixth Grade: Leila Dell Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hnzen. t t1M
of Mrs Wills Ninth
B. Williams, Ward Ireland, and I property on Thu paint man with brush In hand
.f' any contamination. George Neol, of Jacksonville, visited Thelma Andreu, Iris Brown, I)"ra street connected with the sanitarysewer. F. M. Sanderson, of Plant City, irt standing on the lad Jo r.lie's .
BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES. :Manning, Wilma Edwards, Pearl hero looking after the produce shipments
for the word to i
Mrs. Ida Williams one day last week.A. I wailing go,
made the Hrooker Growers'Association
Manning, Estelle Kendrick, Leah The council ordered the city office by To make tho town look flnddor.!
I EXAMINATION SET I A. Crews and J. E. Wimberly Struth Lena Belle Thelma s
Raiford Shepard rinsed on Thursday afternoons till TWIIS line of him to cut bU. price
motored to the state farm at ( Silcox, Lois Colley Merrill McMillan, September 1st. Mr. Jim Crews returned home with To help us all niko the thing, look

I Tallahassee-S&te SuperintendentPublic t Sunday. Evelyn Strickland, Paul Knight, The reports of the bond trustees his son, Wall to lloboken, Ga., and nice.

> Instruction W. S. Cawthon I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thomas visited 1 Theodore Young, June Bullen, Louise the treasurer and tho tax: collector will visit him for some time. So get a man-put him to work,

[announced the next teachers' examinations relatives in Starke for the week-end. 1 !Hayes, Earl Whlshant, Clara Louise were received and. ordered filed.< Mrs! Mary Etta Thomas is visitingher Befora the town looks sailder.Smallc&t ; ,,
will be held at the county I Mr. and :Mrs. George Lastinyer and Peek. Mrs. C. J. I'owell, teacher. daughter, Mrs. Thigpen, In Waldo w_
sites of every county in Florida on I Mr.: Miles Laitinger, of Kingston, are > Eighth Gradu. Ruth Bower, Lois SAYS W'lill'I'NIY! NOTTOLERATKD this' week. fauna 5, 6, and 7. It is necessary that ; spending a few days the guest of : G a I n e y. Mrs. Jessie McGruder, IN SCHOOLS Louis Shrlver motored to Starke "

the teachers enroll with the county I Mrs. Lastlnjrer's parents, Mr. and ,,,,,,'her.I !St.': l'aul--l\Iodern parenthood hall Thursday. I Church ,
I Superintendents as soon as possible, Prescott. Ninth Grade Gussie Mae Dennett F '"t Graham
[ Mrs. R. D. I : no place for that once popular maxim, Charley Kg, was a ,
Ike said. It is expected that 2,000 Sammie Mrs. Alder- 1 J
Slernberg. Jay visitor here Friday.
Mrs Lois Callaway and Interesting "Sparo tha rod and) spoil the child," -r M
[examiners will attend. man, teacher. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteon were
children, Edmund and Annie Catherine members, of the Congress of Mothers\
I 12th Grade Blanche Alderman. of relatives In Starke->Monday.
of Memphis, Tenn., spent Sun- ( : and Parent Teacher Associations were guests
day here the guests of Mrs. 1}. C. I Isabel Fernandez, Eunice Perkins, told here last night. F. M. Sarxlcrson and II. P. GaineJ
Chance at Dempsey I II Wimberly.C. Claudia Terry. i't Miss Fripp. Mrs. Miss Alma L. BinscI, educational motored< to Santa Ku Thursday. jj ;.

R. Dinkins and If. C. Wimberly, White and S. S. Dowling, teachers. director of tho Federation! for Child Misses Mane and Leila Mae Andrews r
Annual Honor Roll the week-end at New II I
r Jr. motored to Jacksonvllleand Study, New York City, gave this Information spent (
Park Sunday. Sixth Grade:; Evelyn Strickland.12th Itiver. ,
Orange in her talk on "E 1 Mr. and, Mrs. Chas Dirking, Miss Grade: Blanche Alderman, for Parenthood"! at the association's II. P. Gainey and Henry Shaw !
Wordy Harris' Miss Dolly Dinkins! Isabel Fernandez and Eunice Perkins. annual convention. motored to Karlton Wednesday ami wsass

and P. E. Dinkins were visitors here I :Miss Blanche Alderman was on "Whipping," she said, "is not pent the time fishing.'
I every monthly honor roll during the :Mrs. K.: J. Lewis spent the week
Sunday. tolerated in any school system that Is
lour she In hivb" school\ end In Pine Hill section Fr :
Mrs. Ida Williams, Mrs. H. C. years was up-to-date, yet It Is still in use in t td to

Wimberly, Miss Winifred Wimberly, POSTAL SALARY BILLFAVORABLY many homes otherwise strictly Lottie and Ruby Gainey motored
Francis and Gordon Williams and { REPORTED modern. Teachers have been requiredto to Dukes Sunday.Mrs. 1
('. R. Dinkins were visitors to Starke learn other measures of leading Millie Gainvy is spending thin
Monday. | Washington.-An increase of $300a children towards more desirable con- week In Dukes with relative "
Messrs J. T. Quigley and Darts, of yearin the salaries of postal clerks duct.: A. A. Hazen motored to New Rivet

Starke. were business visitors here and carriers was recommended In a Tuesday J
Monday.F. bill favorably reported by the senate CHINA GROVE CHURCH Miss Kelllo\ Steams, II. P. Gainey

M. Crews made a business tripto postofllce committee as a substitutefor Ruby and) Lottlo G/ilney; jnotored t ,
Starkt Saturday. the measure pared by the Joint Mothers' Day was observed ta Starke Monday afternoon.A .
R. Dinkins conference.The China Grove church taut Sunday at 11 good many crates of beans another a
II. C. Wimberly Jr., C. postal I4 (hoc.i c ,
o'clock: and the sermon by the pastor, produce has been shipped '(ron I
A. A. Crews and F. M. Crews motored senate committee urged that
IAtfTOOA t i action be taken this Rev. L. W. KIckliUr, was "Our here last week. The dry weather Ii
t T g g to Lawtey Saturday. session to remedythe ,it Anthony's Chapel\ at Ft. Atkinson I
Strawberry shipments from here Injustice under which employe Mothers." hurting the crops pretty bad but mor.. la, the smallest. church in
?Harry heavyweight Wills, giant, who for American are getting smaller every day, green of the mall service were said to lie Services are held on the first Sun will be shipped this week.RlJUSCmnE the world, will seat Just e1 hlpeo. t
icgro years each built In ISIS by S. J.
and the. Saturday pie It was
t day preceding:
contender for beans and Irish have laboring. I'
has been a Dempsey'sltitle new potatoes lluber snd John Gartner, who ml*
month eleven o'clock. All are Invited TO
his chance September 6at
gets begun to mOTe and heavy shipmentsare i grated from Ohio. I
Boyle' 30 Acres, in Jersey City. expected by the lad of the week SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH to attend. j TilE TELEGRAPH w,
Tu Rickard will stage the contest. J I


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STARKE. FLORIDA.. _-- __ _ 'FRIDAY, MAY 16 1921i'

i' I then? Public opinion quickly form- She's crazy about dry goods and he's t I Copies of the film are being sent four o'clock April 14th, 1024, one of E. B. Andreu and A. L. Greene hate
LAW AGAINST I ed itself into a demand for a department | crazy about wet goods. to '! '*
I I branches of the Ford Motor Com- our beloved citizens, John Noon recently shipped a carload of shingl. >..
to be set up by tha stateto Tactful pany in the United States and the Wainwrlght Thomas. All that loving The Brooker Association sale
protect the few measly little fish I Preacher Sky Pilot picture will be shown generally. hearts and helping hands could do to be held Monday. wii
STATE HOGS : "And there shall be
It left in their streams. weeping! and wailing and Highway commissioners, county prolong his life was done but to no | Mr. Sanders was out looking our
gnashing of I
I, "Then what did they doT They
I teeth-and-" I engineers, road officials, schools and avail. It seemed as though his lifework the cucumber crop and it was ver..-
begged from the U. S. Bureau of alj interested in the of improved done and he had received I
"Are fish and worth Sister Bertha promotion was : encouraging.
our game Fisheries at Washington a few fingerling (in front row):
caving ia the title of an article bass to stuck with I "Lawsy lawsy-I'se is a lost soul" highways may obtain use of the message to come up higher' j E. II. demons was ill for a few

written by F. C. Calkins, president bought them from up private fish or I Preacher (leaning :forward and i{ the film free of charge. Death is always sad. In this case the days last week but Is up again.

t of the Duval Anglers' and Hunters' hatcheries. Today the three states whispering) "What say, Sister SAMPSON: CITY I breaking up of a happy family makesIt I I Quite an excitement occured la't
thrice so. Friends sympathize [ week when R. II. Greene's
Club and a member of the board of mentioned have state and Bertha? I hone
governors of the Florida Game and fresh water game fish game protective | Sister Bertha: "Ah ain't got no Sampson City, May 16.-The folks deeply with the heavy-hearted mother, 'i]I that was hitched to a, double plow

Fish Protective Association in a'' departments, especially Alabama. teeth." of our community met and organizeda but it is for the little ones that feel- ran away. The plow was damaged.
| 1 t Sunday school ings go deepest. Who can picture i Mr. Johnson has purchased
recent Issue of the Florida Maga- "Twice our local club has made Preacher (QuicklikeTeeth): Sunday afternoon.The a Foui j
cine Section. I| request of the United States Bu- I will be furnished. I following were elected officers and the lonesomeness and sadness causedby truck to carry on his 'truck farming.

"It is beginning to dawn on a reau of Fisheries at Washington I (On with the sermon.) teachers: II. H. Jones, superintendent; the vacant chair, the hush of the
wholo lot of Floridians who enjoy :: for fingerling trout to restock Miss Mamie Hall, secretary; B. Dyal, kindly voice, and the absence of a

j roaming in the woods and being ,[ streams with, and what sort of a our reply I Meeting the Situation treasurer; Mrs. S. E. Jones, Bible dear husband and father. This death Woodlawn, May-16.-Mrj Charles

1 afloat on our creeks, rivers and I did we get? We got a curt refusal Subscriber" : "Have you 'The Duke'sRevenge' Class teacher; Miss Ethel Varnes, '' is also a very sad one to the brothers Harrison, of Jacksonville, was hereon

I lakes, that we are going to reach iI j I and were told that Florida ? I Junior Bible Class teacher; Mrs. I and sisters who felt so near and dear. a business trip Tuesday.Mr. .
the bottom of the old meal sack, and Librarian: "Sorry Madame-but Jack Wynn Card Class teacher. Sun-1 When the sad message of death arises
sakes streams natural and Mrs. Lionel Baker
I because we are being wasteful of I were we are without that book this week. day school every Sunday afternoon !, there is but one thing we as mortalscan Paulineand
breeding grounds, and if destroyed Elam Roder Elizabeth
we ,
our game and fresh water fish, and You see the girls cried so much over at three o'clock. Everybody wel do. We cannot always under- and
our fish, it Beatrice Howe and Pearl Grif
game was pith
our it that it of
if things keep on at the present I o: lookout was necessary to reprint It come. stand His ways but with prayers for
own so there you arel Lawtey, were visiting here Friday.
pace a few years longer, a flobert'j "You know on water-proof paper. I Mrs. C. A. Johns and litttle son, C. I guidance we can bow submission to
mighty well how these
rifle in a shooting gallery will be I I Ik i Alabama and I' Young Thing "I A. Jr., left Friday for Jacksonville His will, for lIe does all thing best. I Mr. J. S. Phillips, of Miami, re
I Georgia fellows, : love Gothic Archi!
about the only Are-arm exercises we |j stricted in their own states, come re-j' tecture." where they will visit relatives. I The Lord taketh away, can and will J 1 turned there Saturday after vlaitimr

'< can get-or beating the cat to the I Into our ton counties here In P1 Grandmother .in comer): "Be care- I Bill Dekje\ and Miss Addie Mae also soothe the sorrowing hearts in I his Phillin parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L.

aquarium after the gold nan, the We have no fishing license;; required- -of j ful of a foreign-ur; Grace. A plain FUuIerson. of Lake Butler, visited I their great affections.( Of near rela- i I -. fcoroyou. .
only fishing. I I friends here Sunday afternoon. tives, he leaves to mourn his depar- Attending the movies at the State
Florida American
men, so, of course, we cannot mad was good enough for I
"Seriously speaking, it would require a license from these outsiders, me-and your mother, too. Very sorry to report Mrs. King ia ture a devoted wife and three chil- I Farm Saturday night, from this section

seem as though the present lea I and they come down to our lakes and confined to her home with appen- dren, Lucian, Cleo and Guss; three 1 were Misses Lois and Gladys

good time for the country boy and I streams all the from Jacksonville So Appreciative dicitis.L. brothers, R. A. Thomas, of Palatka, Norman, Debbie and Beatrice Phil-

the city chap to get together. to Pensacola, and way take back Into their "You n-never seem to take any interest L. Johns and Lewis| Parrish attended II. II. Thomas, of Earlton; two sisters, lips; Messrs. Colson Smith, Carl and
be write | in anything I do the Mrs Sarah Jones of Sampson Oscar Carter, Carl Rosier, Teaman
j "I may not able to a song I own states wagon loads of our beautiful \ sobbed the picnic at Pine Level City
or paint a picture, but thank God, 11! fish-not to mention double bride. I Saturday.. I and Mrs. Mirie Merritt, of Fort Norman Lowery, and Owen Carter.

\ have enough imagination and good I loads of our deer, turkey and wagon quail. I "Don't be unreasonable, my dear," Mr. and Mrs. Jim Varnes and chil- Pierce; and a large circle of friends. and Leon Thutchinson.Miss .

eyesight to appreciate the wonderful i Why do they do this Because we let remonstrated her husband. "I remained -I dren motored here Saturday and We all extend the deepest and sin Mazelle Browning, of Jackson.

scenery In this marvelous state, !|! them do it-and because they have; >' awake all last night and guests of their brother, and sister Mr. j cerest ,condolence and sympathy. rifle, returned Sunday after spend

which unfolds itself in the early ,i{I none at home I We have been thought of the cake you baked yester- and Mrs. M. Varnes.R. I! ing the week-end with her parents,
I very I' I'INE HILL
I morning hours or when the shadowsof free with our game and fish. Shallwe day. A. Jones was a visitor to Starke j Mr. and Mrs D. B. Browning in this

the evening fall, to the hunter or keep it up?" A Lesson- Monday.R. I Pine Hill, May 16.-The cucumber vicinity.Mrs. .

fisherman in the mysterious quietness The kind Learned I L. Gibson and Ed Swearingen, crops ere looking good, Irish potatoesare J. Johns, of Starke, is visiting

or solitude of being in the flat woods ---- old lady was paying n of Gainesville, motored here Satur- almost ready to dig. Mr. Mr. and Mrs M. D. Carter, of thi

:' or swamp, excitedly waiting for the ,r-.,,'....A -, ," visit to the hospital As she passeda day evening and visited friends.'A I Johnson shipped sixty five crates of section this week. *

I' shot at a deer or a turkey-or out in c.J- "-. #.4YOu '>t:: P\ u..." iO.j she young tried man to cheer swathed in bandall'es'l' number of friend/ gathered at beans with the Dukes Association of !Misses Lois and Gladys Norman

the open, following the dogs after L--.:_ __:_' :: him up with: i', home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Varnes Dukes. Prices are extra good. attended church at Lawtey Sunday

quail; or watching the first streaks CERTAINLY CST >\ best"Keep medicine.smiling", young man; it's the Saturday evening and an enjoyable I Joe Fairish was called to Center evening.Rev. .
.of dawn and the rising of the sun sooo view rewiA THZv..' "Nope, I'll time was spent. Dancing to the Hill on acount of the death 'of his O. L. Phillips filled his appointment -

over some beautiful lake or stream KUNfi Of THE LAPZSB *)' TITS replied the never smile again, strains of the Edison was enjoyed brother Ernest Parrish, who was at Saxon Sunday morning

and just At this moment getting a A PANGS ROuB ptAC' Y- % "Ill battered one sadly. until a late hour after which they re- i j I thrown from a truck and was Instantly I Mr. and !Mrs! D. L. Phillips, Mr.
r strike from one of our wonderful big I never smile again-at least, turned to their homes. Those present I II 1 killed. I and Mrs. Jerry Norman Mr. and Mrs.

: mouth black bass. i at another fellow's-girl." I were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Brown Mr. Dave Greene motored to Alachua W. H Norman and children went" to

"I smoke practically incessantly, Notice Corrected"I and Mrs. Jim Varnes, of Waldo, JoeS. Saturday to visit friends and returned New River on a fishing trip and according -

and have chewed tobacco, and did not leave husband's bed Williams and sister Mamie, Ethel Sunday morning. to their stories they had
cussed a little. I don't appreciate and board, as it belonged to me and Varnes, L. L. Johns, Mrs. A. V. Miss Vera Surrency spent Friday splendid lack.

grand opera in a foreign language I took it and worked and kept myself. Vames, Lewis Parish and C. L. Mc- night and Saturday with Miss Lydia Mr. W. II. Norman, who has been

/ that high brow stuff don't interest me; -Mrs. S. B." (Item in the Carlisle. Clellan, of: Baltimore, Md. Groover, of Brooker.Mr. visiting in Miami returned home Sun-

I.. I never played poker, and I'm not a Pa., Evening Sentinel.) Dr. Biggs, of Starke, was a professional and Mrs. J. E. Clemons attended day.R.
'jiner' so as to get away from home ) visitor here Sunday. church at New Hope Sunday. B. Osteen, of this section, re-
most every night in the week going NEW FORD PICTURE In Memoriam Sunday. turned home from Jacksonville last

to some lodge, but I do love to get 1 How blest the righteous when he Norman Parrish motored to Dukes Sunday where he was visiting his
9, Into the great outdoors; and if my Detroit Mich., May 16.-"The Road dies when he sinks his weary soul Sunday.R. wife and children.
to "
mind is touched in this direction, thenI Happiness, a motion picture to rest. How mildly beams his closing H. Greene and family attended Mrs. Jack Smith, of Jacksonville

am crazy over hunting and fishing designed to promote interest in better eyes. How gently leaves the expiring church at Sardla Sunday and while is visiting friends and relatives here

and I know many others in the same Purdy's Philos highways has just been completedat breath. There passed away there visited Wiles DuBose this week.SUBSCRIBE.
:t flx. Jed Brown tossed his hat into the the Ford Motion Picture Labora- from our midst on Monday evening at'j family.

: "Getting more serious on the subject political ring last week. He says it tory hero. TO THE TELEGRAPH

I'' I quote something noted recent can't cost any more than checking it It was produced by the Ford Motion

ly, as follows: at some of these big city hotel dining Picture Laboratory in conjunctionwith

1 1 i "The, wild life of today is not room doors. the Bureau of Public Roads,

'I I I wholly ours, to dispose of as we The Way; He Liked It U. S. Department of Agriculture.- .. the.... : : JSJEEO 1-ilO'r F.AIL 1r 1-
i pleaae. It has been given to us Highway educational Board and the
' IN TRUST. We must account Employer: "Now that we have decided National Automobile Chamber of I Elmer Lawrence, a Massachusetts and when he was 18 and needed : : '
f' to give you a position, I don't Commerce boy with no chance, made money to buy a two-thirds' Interest "
for it to those who come after us and carries their endorse $5.000,000 before he was sixty. in I HADL
f'j j I know of a better time than now to ment. a new cinder sifting mechanical Y fiWW'
and audit our retard.! tell that Elmer was born in Billerica, a device surprised him by hand
you 'early' tho
"This means just what it says and are President Coolidge personally township of 1,000 farmers, 19 miles ing back $710. With it he boughtout .
1 rule appeared
in this
N. W. of Boston in 1864. In 1865, the invention built
to the will I In a shanty
keep record straight we one of the scenes, and hnspxpre..ed
New Clerk: "That's !good. You his father died from injuries received rigged up a steam power plant and his plants and machinery and left
f start out first with the ownership of can't close too early for me." his approval of the picture. in the Civil War. His mother started out for himself. 0 him helpless, bat his
the game in the woods! and the field> I He is shown presenting a scholarship then sold cookies, washed laces, Twelve years later he was gen- abled him to start again.$10,000 en-
of Florida and the fresh water gamo I Iilonde Hess! Opines certificate to "Bob Preston", the farm and raised pigs to make a living. eral contractor for the Boston & Unknown to anyone, he syste-
fish In boy hero Elmer at two, hovered betweenlife :, Maine Railroad, with offices in matically bought stocks and '
Its streams. Personally, I don't rare for this. of the story who is winner ; bond
and death from burns the
Lowell and
result plants at Boston
Cambridge and
1' when the crash of Northern
"The title f) all these bounteous' Leap Year game-srcnm to me there I'' of a prize essay contest on better of scalding water, and was Charlestown and Fitch- Securities came and the Wall
and wonderful contributions by the are ton many booby prices. roads. The scene was taken on the crippled In looks for life. burg. His mother, a cripple from Street panic followed, Timer went
Maker of this universe to our happiness II I White House grounds and with tho He learned to read and write at paralysis, directed and encouraged I into the Boston Stock Market with
as hunters and fishermen )Down Fifty Points president others appearing in It Include his mother's knee, and at 10 wentto every move ho made. At 32, he his holding, sold them at the peak
Father I work In the freight yards of had Slaved $10,000, had
educated and
j ( cleaned
and providing for food 'for'I I trying to entertain young members of the up 11,100,000 in one
many Highway Educational the Fitchburg Railroad. He wag himself and passed entrance
the family table, was vested in the I man caller) : "Do you" think Ford will Doard of which Roy D.: Chapin a cinder sifter. His salary wu $5 aminations to Massachusetts Insti- day.He is now a construction and
s state of Florida by act of congressof get Muscle Shoals? Its chairman. a month and maintenance. This tute of Technology, and studied technical engineer In Boston and
Dense Daniel: "I dunno. I hear VIP sent to his mother. has
the United States law.A a palace on. Commonwealth
and there many years that Shoals fellow is quito a wrestler. Principal settings; of the film were %Unknown to him she saved it, strike and then fire destroved vanua. ,
ago it rests. taken around Fairfax, Va., fifteen
"First we will take a slant At the Expensive Route miles out of Washington, and the t

situation concerning/ the big mouth j I Grubb: "What's this I hear about chief characters wero portrayed by :::--- ---- .- --- H
black lass in our fresh waters. I II trouble between Biggs and his wife?" people residing in that vicinity.Practical .

I I Aside from a few local laws passed Smaker: "The usual good story.

by various legislatures nt the request --- -
-- ,
of different representative* ,'' New G. O. P. Chairman- & C3r e" W I rfOl.KS I TN19 Tl s.a "I
I to protect fresh water game fish: in TO 'Lessons NOW ? )
I : specified counties, then is no law = CAN a"e NECVSs (
I In the state of Florida to prohibit rte I YOU

I a man seining our streams of not / e, Nurse TellsMrs.

only carloads but trainloads of our j l VSy fr; ;
wonderful! fish and do N. E. Snow -- 1 Aop
game -- we of Route mml I
not, from our viewpoint criticize I { ( 1, near Paris Tenn., tells the *
story of her
I commercial fresh water fish follows: experience as Oh Eleanor,

I ers, because they have been Ill'al-1 "I am 62 years old and I '' How Cold
i' within their (n have been Vi,0
I legal rights. a practical nurse You? V
I do criticize is ourselves! for not \{ A for more than 20 years, taking I
mostly maternity cases. 't Jo'c
k falling their attention by the laws, of 0"I One of my daughters suffered I

necessary to the tact that they from cramping at She By e d'' '
i l alone do not possess and never have: would just bend double and U {

t possessed! the sole title to the porno have to go to bed.I n EdwardMcCullough

1 fish. This title has rested and still >n r, .
rests In all of us. And please answer | J

'1, 'this: How are all of us rein* I CARDUII AUTOCASTCR ,
to share in this wonderful gift I
; A'1 of nature, unless! it Is taken care of ALL

i by our state for us. The result j I ul 1't-I_RIGHT GT A

is a foregone conclusion. if we .nor1 The Woman's Tonicwas GUN AN'Bt
mit the killing/ out of the species in \\ [rAuTP eTC4I' Our ow MNBRAINS :

such streams!: as can be seined and o recommended to her and :
Wm. M. butler of )Mass. .
manager she only had to take about
irill-netted and trapped-and where of Pre Coolidge's primary 0 two bottles, when she hardly
this Is not possible-stunned and campaign will succeed John T. tt ( that it was ., she
l i killed by' dynamite or shot by high- Adams of Iowa as chairman of the co little pain. u I e1 .
National i
<' powered rifles Republican Committee IImf'W y youngest daughter '
or lime-jugged.
t' "Other immediately: after the Cleveland fi\ l run-down weak and : I
states neighbors to us- convention and looked like she
I such AS' Alabama, Georgia and didn't! have a bit of blood I

J South Carolina, and not one of ." left-just a walking skeleton, ;
them having as many lakes in the Hall's Catarrh Medicine no appetite sr..) tired all the p4: I
whole state as we have in one Those who are In a "run down" condo ti-nc. I cave her two bottles o e0e aVI
county lion will of Cardul. It built her
notice that Catarrh bother* up e '
ft in Florida-have been even more them much more then when they are In and she began eating and ee .
foolish! than rood health. This art prove that whiuOit.irrh soon gained In 'J e .
we are now being because weight and
la n 1 lord l so w 'I in-o
they have waited until alls Influenced by ronntltunonnl romlluone
HAIOV8 Cardtil, the Woman's Tonic
CATAIUtll MKDK'l.Nfc con- i I
their fish had been exterminated slats! of an Ointment which Quick! has helped suffering women +

i and when it war'nt' no more, then Internal Relieves Medicine by local, a plication{Tunic': 'which, and assists,the for over forty yean. Try it. eose

they realized the necessity off' In Improving-: General AtalldruggUU'. a
Hol.i : : al\h'r\ E-I00
j by driiKjclata far over .ara.
prompt action.{ What
1 did they do V, J, Cheney; A Co., Toledo, Otto .. 5
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F AY. MAY 16. 1921 .._, ,- -..-. .
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-' belief uherlfl' e e e e e. e e e e e Ecu Cnllli'-Secretary Weeks i I' ,c
of the
j 9claren that the mot' vnhtitblc anat.rosting mnpt.It is the t
thi, 'FLOKIUA WEEKLY INDtiSTlUAL proven application! for I'onntruction :
of all Florid i res r\ation that the escape was arranged by ,

P'cWsol'- Florida in Short Paragraphs j a that( on Bird b. 'y, or Uulft( ; MlI'e i prisoner when he first used the ;:>hone. KKVIEW I bridge across* Indian river at tn, H ,"
r e e 1 point. -
: exprjsstvl pleasure in finding the .
h' Miami Dr. A. 1 1C I'.irrott, prominent Packing house for vejtcti '
In Milton-Contract let for buUdingMiltonCamp \ Goclljijt-
lontlment in this state so strongly
; I'' Miami pii>e>icmn, shocked Walton road to coat I bins mid l fruit assured f ,I
of bird
liver protection.
I Live State News Wednesday when his head camo Into J8,41M.iH.:! : Stuart Highway around Lake .

I West Palni Deacli -A proposal has'l: f intact with the high voltage! wirer Tircs-Practically all business Okeechoboe proposed 1
..__"'.''_'___.''''--'' machine while he \
smal : X.ray was elves
teen mad here to connect three I t an and residential street to bo paved Florida's pineapple crop

Told by Our Exchanges. islands at the south end of Laki! :,raking examination of an injury U this summer, estimated cent $200,000.St. ( promise to beat all records. ".

Okeechobee to the mainland by construction child died at the Jackson Memorial Augustine St. Augustine Canal I'Dlnt-1<'loridlIujtar': &
.n"'n\ln"',''' mmm '
----- of filled-In roads am :J I I capital. lIe had been unconscious Lumber Company building 'lumberand food Products Company reports Increase -

llahassee-The state road dafpartrnent Company of Chattanooga Tennesse bridges. The proposition involves th'< ince Wednesday! afternoon, when nI planing mill.Lnkuland : in sugar extraction from 4D ::1

soon will advertise for bids The material is to be bituminoi floating of a bond issue of $:\00.000cr I I I morrhage developed and blood --City improvements coating to 60( Ihs per ton of cane over initial .

construction of that portion olfroad : asphalt, concrete or rock base with $600,000 for the whole work and U lot formed near the base of the $4,000,000: under way; extensive run a year agoCarrabelloCraves

fo No. 2 from Lake City to Jaspei curb. The bid for the ten mile atrip have it under way, if possible, by the t-ain. The wire had touched the paving, Bower construction, street Drothera lum-

the Georgia state line. totaled $359,646.71.JacksonvilleLibeck'e. end of this wear. 'The project call, physician's; head near the temple or lighting, curbing and public buildings ber plant and adjacent timber properties

land Ocean Ha for extension by a /\1of\ the road tc ,.I 10 right side. In quieting the child projected. purchased by W. D. llarboaon

Tallahassee The fifty railroad, fit Torry Island, Little Krnemer and : itlent, which became restless Dr. Lako Worth-$00,000 contracts lot ut PviiHjirola. forlfiOO,090.I ( ( .
hours' i it 1
t for
traction and telegraph companies op- neater went out Libeclc anJ I.raemer: Island proper J I arrutt had leaned to one! side and 1 for remodeling and enlarging Hotel Chumi kin--Development company

sating in Florida were assessed by ing in the Atlantic between 't 1 s head touched tho wire. Ho was Florida. formed to exploit wntcra from springs

[the Railroad Assessing Board for 1021; Pablo, April 20, and broughtt back of .Tallahassee. D. Core; Wakulla: :mocked to thc floor by the contact' Sarnaota-Contract let for $GOOO() here said to havo medicinal proper-
an tons of sun fish; a large number county commissioner, was indicted by : i I
of $58,879,595.00, which was lit his condition was not believed toe offlce building.JacksonvilleForce. Lies.
Increase total in assessments over 1023 oll. various kinds of fish and one snarl a Wakulla county grand jury on serious at first. Dr. Pnrrott was post of COO men War department allots $60,000

It will make its first public demonstration charges of soliciting bribes from bidders in the United l States medical and harbor funds for lot
$ .).'J55.00. I of fish 11 i major rushing work on construction of new from river
...alamlPlans trip when the school on a road contract, and his removal
service in Franco during the World Ford provement of Uklawaha rlvor.
i for wholesale emug- now in St. Augustine gets into water by the governor was recom- i/ar. plant I
S"breeze-l National Bunk tanaAmerican Dank and
sing of alien Greeks into Miami from off Mayport and Pablo Beach. Ed mended according to reports reaching I

Havana Cuba in boats operated by McAlpine, president of the Ocean Harvester the capital. This action was taken it Doc. Hilor says; Some people mlsI new banking institution to bo eS-1 Trust Company new banking Ina'tltution -

Nassau negroes are alleged to have Company, will arrive her was said following a request of JudgeE. I Ii I ke the hurry and noise they make'or tablished. opens.
West-New hotel to accommodate Cll'rmuntids to be opened for
[been discovered in a round-up by next week to make the trip. i, C. Love, presiding judge of tho em<'il'ncy. I I Key I II !
six the influx of tourists to bo construction of new CJermont-Mln-
Miami police Wednesday of second, judicial circuit, that the grand
of I
Haines City Several miles free ted.llartow. insole achnol.
in a shack. I jury investigate of in CAIN WEIGHTIf
rumors graft
[Greeks quartered ,
streets will be widened and paved underweight use Bumper watermelon crop I Plnnt City to contribute half million -
connection with letting of the \Vakula you are
St. Petersburg-This city was within the next three months with LEONARDi'S ELIXIR FOR promised in this section. I boxes, of grapefruit and oranges I Ito
road contract to the highest biddur.I .
thronged with many visitors, proceeds of the bond, issues authorl,; TilE BLOOD. Thin tonic increasesthe Tnmpn-$3,000,001) bond. voted for stnta's output for current year,

delegates to the convention of the I'd. in the election held here on Apr, I I liami"Decn of tho school attendance appetite., builds up the blood much increase municipal Improvement; two i inland. I Plans approved for $100,000 nation
the of
fourteenth annual encampment of the 29. The total of civic improvemor in Dade county increases at needed red cells.: supply It provides nourishment In harbor to bo developed to extent of il advertising: campaign: of Florida'snany "

{department of Florida United Spanish expenditures will be between $250 thc rate of 2.; per cent per year and that: makes the blood rich $->.000,00()( I \ natural advantages mind l reourcce. -

War Veterans which opened here May )00 and $265,000. The issue which the expenses of conducting the and pure and thus enables the bloodto Dado City--Solid car of vegetables 1

[6th and continued until May 7th. :worried by a 40 to 1 majority alBo schools increase correspondingly; import lids new found strengthto thipppJ from hero recently Citizens of Madison, Suwanoe and
the It also acts gently on
provides $30,000 for improvement and while the Income of the county boardof boi'y. Kleven: permanently paved highways Columbia counties organizing for
freeholders thc 1 I. i .irH Icldneys.
Davenport-Davenport for extension of the city water system education will be swelled only lB. M.1 1 I. c- ell robust and healthy.Fill completed' in HillnboroughH ironmtirg and eroding hydra-electric( y

voted a bond issue of $;:; 000 and water mains for fire protection per cent next year through larger out t tl) hollow spots, erase the > at cost of $30110,000Luk'IILntChILmbt'r plant' nt confluence<< of Withlncoochea

Civic improvements, including a assessment rolls, members were set- lines cawed: by lack of flesh. Start nil, Suwunoo' rivers at Kllavillo..
and the creation i the LnONAUDl'S: ELIXIR FOR of Commerce
started with
modern water system Miami-Work was on -
ing down to a budget which, it was
THE ni.OOO once. Insist on incrcnxeH membership to 2,000, and
There were at
'of Miami's bllY _. _
of a fire department. % development new said in advance would -- --
probably mean
LEONARDI'S in the yeUow package '
mines for organization.
[only two votes against the proposal. front park which is to cost $2,000,00 I cutting off kindergarten work and At all druggists. Public Utilities! Corporation [ AI Smith's Managerc JF'liinMin
According to Mayor \V. Paul Henry, and for which about 70 acres of ba;, i Apopka- .
teachers for and r
special art music "
purchases plant ..
has already been offered to the present; power ,,. "
rii premium ottom contiguous as Well as limiting junior high I "
Fruit and Electric Company >-
{for the bonds. 'horeline' will be filled. Bonds for the BOLLNTRdTMO
ichoola to a term of eight months that .
vot. it city.
urchase of the were in-I
OrlandO--Representatives of the stead of nine. 148lleIILnd--IOO.OOO theater to be
. d in 1020 and bonds for the fill werroted ''I I

.committee appointed at the last es- in 1923. This will give Miami Kustia-.Six of seven white prisoners built.

'<:'.Ion of the Florida Press Association and 800 ten back the chain !March building contracts in Florida -
a t park eight blocks long : are on county
to inquire into the merits byte amounted to ad,400. .4.4'J57)A .4i
at1)i Cocoa vide in front of the principal bushes I gang after staging a near-mutiny in' approved

v cf,Charles D. Haines" offer of a hornsfor ind apartment House district. the eastern section of the county ten Avon Avon Canning Company

men, decided to Incorporate t hips carload of canned grapefruit.
newspaper I days ago. The seventh in in jail here l Itri7 y-
"the Florida national home I: Ocala-E. J. Baker, one of thE t flS his sentence la almost completed. i Hotter telephone connection be- i

tor newspaper men" In order to be in pilots> connected with the commercial According to county officials, the men I I 1 Boll weertla are not unlike Inhsbl tween Dude City Plant City Tampa I

'legal position to accept the Haines aviation station here at which thre, refused to work and cursed the tams of cities. When "city folks und other points will ho result ofnew
find the crowds In mid summer art I I
property. .(Cubans were suM to have been taughto ; guards. They were jailed here and becoming unbearable they want to gel telephone line just completed. ,II I

.ft fly, was injured and his plan I. ld to quiet places where they will II.
t> that they must work in the away "NOTHINOTlKK uii: t'T
board of county I When fh< IT )
(Fort Myers-The vrecked when the motor stoppe be have mqro elbow room l1 I. .
county gang; or sent to the state ,.
flruli I
has noil wee Iho rn rt
commissioners of Charlotte county ,hile he was several hundred feet 1 iJ1: l square tIlls tenement of the now hurruunnN wd
cutfit. During the time which Hint ,
they I
surface the six become ton rrowtlml.. they alsa wounds, min M or (
awarded a contract to the the air near here. Tho plane cam t t >ok to make up their minds they ,become restless ami take to the aft BIII' 'h wonderful" work InI"/ "li healing. intlio ,

and a half mile stretch of down in a clump of trees. Officer I t ere subdued with a fire hose when however, It la not ncpssnry that tiny I \floro/omi liinnl' ] and) pomli, r coiiiliiniw" I I
.miami Trial, from Ac-line to the authoritievere movement turn treatment. 'Ihu hrmul lloroxont ijI
,T here said that federal !I rrowrtrd before heir
last stretch of the trey staffed a concert in jail one tm Instinct 1""vI'rrdlilt, i ".("ilic, th I.il f |"urihc* Hit e.r ... /J uioo.ra r
.Lie county line, the not seeking Baker nnd two otho r begIns for tholr migratory
right. wniliul" of all IKH-'OH.H" unit l"l"'OIl" g.rllllf,
state roa.l 1 No. 6, between Fort Myers pilots connected with the flying field 1 -- prompts thorn to sei k from new place Mtlaco while tin,, IKirn/iitin,, ,, powder I H Ihi Kn

and. Punta, Gorda to be surfaced. The J\tiaml-Cal'tan{ Johann Johannnnn The weevil move Although It dora not TJ"ro" m 11 unfIiiiiiIds"'; it on earth era lll' \ "",>-pri, ,>Bl
.work probably will lie completed by Tallahassee-Tho semi-annual Apportionment T lid his -year-old son, Johann cast by flight. other for niMM'd.' "r.ty, niiil I cfliiiPiiev.! Price In I'.tlll.\ Inns taken, nctlve inannga.mi .
I of one-mill school tax, fly 'fur as i-oiiinim-rt' wun ninny (lintii'1)) lair; lino! ), and) Ift.:,:f). 1'i.w.ler JlOo \, M I ;nf Ciiv AI Smith's: pre-con*
August 1. I D'--so their linen on their forty-foot Inserts" l. It tins Lfon known to covertl'htmrn a eel ,Uc. i'oM I hy' ,, ; fur the Uonio ,,
,, nude this month by W. S. Cnwthor miles lua vi II'i."l" r c.iiiiiMimi, '
J I .tch, the Carnegie hero and not nail of moro than rOIly Stores ,.
\ All i il 1 lHltinI1.
Drug l'i ,1
Hubert:, said by 'i-I i' i in i l1"IH
York George unable! to continue
%.INew .:ate superintendent of public instruc- f'r their \home in Goteborg Swollen.i short tliiif. ft Is
and poBtofllce inspectors to have the attendant! night very long but by a enrlns -
police based
ion, on average
; criminal record to- 1 i nn and boy will sail tho little shipi short fli hls. e'en''r1411y' when the
international state or
an if pupils throughout the.
f bail for ) ross the Atlantic and a thousand wind Is favorahlo It may caver con I
day was released in $10,000 mounted to $1.27 pupil. Th' I PYA
[ n los north. Last fall the two sailed rlili rnhlo dI8Ia (!I's.
.examination next Tuesday on a otal amount distributed was $210,,.- i The first movement is In the spring n This Week UT'I lilt
t I.e Carnegie from Sweden to Cuba,
Florida. IHUM1'. !SI!
,charge against him in Miami 27.13. Duval, Hillsborough, Polk from winter quarters to the nearest.
I1d during the winter engaged in After i
wanted there for t iistially a short rllKtanoe
;Police said he was and Dade counties were the !grcateseneflciarles. radon,
from tourist and 1 Loans trade between Miami and I the weevils reach the flail there 1; Save-Full Deanl at 4-Why Except
swindling $70,000 a > Duval received $22, from :: We Spend, Also
. ; 1 I nv.nnn. They plan to return in the Is very little mov.'m"1t except I
for the larceny of $100,000 in another Hillsborough 22320.25 Poll In the Learning-Money in the Bible
| .(;41.56; ; 1 I.I1. Captain Johann is a seadog of plant to plant until well along ?j borcrs?-Old Men Crave
transaction in Florida. and Dade $10,008.20.Tampa ()Ovi-rjwliitHri'l weevilS andtliPlr
,!113,012.42 ,1 Ire old<1 school and hall sailed as far enamor offspring for several months only Americana nru Having money '" million average human being, was.

'.INew York-Construction of thc+ : -A young talian, believed to .' 1d! wide in small boats as his viking rftovillko a slowly ailvsnrlnpc over .over !bulore! and prohibitionist this nun of Ii livery stable groum.Tho

Florida Western and Northern Rail- be Berto Maniragi was shot to death irestors. flow. Up until August about 90 perCelet 7ill Pod comfort and ainrnunitioi, Governor-of Connuctlcut

road, projected link In the Seaboard by unidentified assassins in Ybor actual I of the weevils In any field where are :)Saving that. bunk deposits increase, IIIIHI fifty, will entur Yale University -
New first contraction -
Smyrna-The practically
across Florida, will the I I thong which develop to Bpeciuluu in history and
(Air Line system, City. According to eye-witnesses ant year onu billion one hundrt'iind
work in connection with the I found. emit,
they are when his term ,
be financed by an issue of 57,000OOC( walking along a resi- In- forty million, a good deal ooney psychology
young man was .illding of the second track of the I About the middle of August small und, that ill normal. At fifty men
und 1 tliat'n only a purl
f seven per cent bonds it was announced dence street when three men drove by ''orida East Coast railroad from' ntlni-t on the part of the wenvtls. to .! really want knowledge and value it

here. Offering of liens, which will him In an automobile and fired five I 1 Miami started move about bncomes notlcPabln. During Other hundreds! of milliorm" wet it. In! early youth they crave ex-
icksonville to was testleee -
". [carry the Seaboard's guarantee, shots, three of which took effect. this porlral weevils become nvextcd in real estate, bonds, endue and, excilfmerit.!
here on !Monday. A local con- : take to the air very lock them inMchoolfl.
ear and I'hililhooil up
In we
probably will be made this week a Berto ran several blocks and dropped This la locks, etc. In the world's hintorj
.: actor was given the contract by the Iv flying) In ell dlroctlonn" gore! is nothing like the way In furring knowledge into
[price slightly below par. I IGaInesvilleThe .dead. The assassins! escaped. Police I tilroad company for clearing the sometimes dun to hpavy Infestation vhf<.h th+' American people boll thum by n pumping process, when
to bean ,
learn the cause of flt'M\ but wm primarily to ba out of door. And
were unable to I In IJIe and SAV'H\, ; m'onvySiivlngR they ought
I military department ight of-way and grading tho rondd sl'KNI; money
that has nausea the ex- oM, turn them
and for some time were Instinct .. thirty mlllintJollars when they are
the shooting
of the University of Florida will I I for the second track from Spruce ii"'on' of time lnf .hti'd arpa In the day avorugn about thirty cent nut into the gulf fieliln) and let them

constitute an entire regiment next unable to identify the dead man. I I reek, five miles north of here tort fniK'd" States year by year until nowIt v: clay for a every, man, woman am, make geese of tht'mslll"e.Vher,

was I I 122 mile The work rovers morn thin Bi'0,000'' square they really might to be study ing.
year instead of a battallion as Clearwater-Five prisoners, broke :I Pierce was :1lld-not) bad._

[maintained during the present school from the Pinellas county jail. Posse 1 l gun from the Spruce Creek endby ml'ea.With' the approach of roM weather Yet you hnvo pessimists predict The Labor Uovnrnment of England

[year, according; to an announcement were organized and a search made 00 men, the force to be increased as thrrrIs another distinct movement on b!. hard times and ramble buxi him uboliahvd all duties OH

[made by Major J. A. Van Fleet. Ther for the escaped prisoners. One John I ork progresses. The railroad hat the part of the wpovlls, Thin Is In' ness men actually frightcnvd hi+ automobiles, motor cycles, movie

will be six companies next year show Snyder, accused of larceny, was retaken I t: quired all the additional right-nf- to winter qimrii-rs In and !about abort the their own talk" about "a bad I'rcai- picture Illms and watcnoa: -and 1
time from additional track! Button fields and usually I. a clcntlnl yi-ar. that, in spite| of Great llrltain'aternlc'
ling a growth in five years' by citizens within an hour I ay requtVed, for the dnbt.

only two companies to a full rejrimerit. Three others. Tony Miller, Frank Nelson hrough this section, according to in- fllht n"A' of the rnonl' striking things We ore indai-d""fearfully and Tote) war highly( Intellectual Amrrl-

brought r rmation. I boll WPPV'I Is the. rapid a*. rronili'rfully made, and l well mss l l> a tax'en
[ I and Frank Mason were : about the the Lord. What horn can H./lIdI'I'/ i planning'
Johnson If hn mail" nernss the rotten We piaini' mule (sets, vvliiih In about aa Intel
I St. Petersburg,-Plans! to launch a In during; night St. Petersburg.-Sheriff W. A. h, n The inset t in.i'l.,: ''I sway fnto tie thiiiK: MICI1T: hnplien If out ol liC' <.nt nn it would( bo to tax school y

boom f )r presidency for William Jen- the. prisoner who led the break !/indnye returned from Montmnl, f'h.'rll' Ti if! >. ahem, W2 and since, (;lands! ran wed l HI four in the fine t old 1 bunks fir neW ''''oa.. To allows I
by holding up the negro trusty, the rniiim turritory, n IlUN'' ItiiiiHiini' buy rpllI. billum dollars'' worth of securities
addressed crowd McLardlo want- has swept across suet twenty
ftflll", Itryan, who a 1'anndo, minus Johp far I'o Wlitfl: a full heard an'I
and ,
threatening his life with a big knife "" At'ii'it1', i.il>n rd aa to K" untaxed and put a
of 2,000 :n the Waterfront'Park, were ed hero for forgery and acordm, : to to Vlrslnla The annual ad- r'mormal! power that ho wrfntlf tax on human Ingenuity ia foolish
north as !
is still at large.PensacolaJudge an<
with men
", opposed by local Democrats when the he: sheriff, his man escaped him in vni.en has b, sit from 40 to tOn mites icicnnfully lu watched grown len ho strangle. to put It mildly.,
noted D' mocrat and dry leader re- William B. Shep- ho Union Station at Jacksonville.He 1 n'lnr semi romllMmiB the "boll t Ida plnymat'-K, having the brain of l

be taken. Peti. Northern to the sheriff, vII lv imm.>tjn| spread 1i man of Mayan J. Aldrich bought a Dlbla
Jquest-d this course fird: of the United States Lard Ie, acordlng WP and p chlltl and no realization power
tions had been circulated aak'na district of Florida gave three persons asked perminion on arriving at Ja<-k- IVr 'iinh the ahlpm of any foe
rated products or of vurl- and found In it two bills, one
excessive devclopmnnt
Bryan to make the race, but they who pleaded guilty the penitentiary onvilla to telephone his brother who originates! on the farm Spreadby bas glands, especially the thyroid i. $100,tho other for $2. A wonder. '

[were not presented to him because oi I erne in Atlanta. First offenders' he said wa coming here with them thin means however baa base of OIlS ful bargain, newspapers call it. Dut

[the, request. charged only with possessing liquor to; arrange for his bond. As time for very little Importance, tlarvrlnUHly we are alanc/.>"!. there are hitter things than $lO'J
near the brother fa.l.ed t- .--,- At thrliquntor. to be> found, in any Diblo. There it
I got heavy fines 'and jail sentences in he train drew -- -- -- and we should be grateful.! and If
[Orianda! -The Florida Engineering 1 /140, the! salvation, molt important
the county jail. "Enforcement of the to appear, and the sheriff a ruin : temperature or Interested in
Society convened here Monday for atwoday I 1 t'lcrth I'ole" 60 below zero, thttcmjuraturu yoU arc moor money
liquor laws is problem Judge !ave llcLardl permission to tine the of blood,' remalru than salvation, a* some are .yon

{twill session. The annual with meeting that Sheppard; said, "but email fines and station booth phone. Th ""':riff fake thc) .name, not a your change of one d* can even make money by reading!:

be held in conjunction "J'ght punishment coupled with an lafened he watched the door anti did i preo, while outside temperature the BiUp.Inniah ;
Architects the Psalms ntimu-
Association of Job
of the Florida the traffic the leave but when he Chances two hundred dog i 1'''".
admonition to keep out of tot see man late the mind, make the brain work.
of the I
the Flordia Chapter the earth, that Panting hot
he found the booth !
culy seems to bring the first offenders nvestlgated, A stimulated mind succeeds,
American Institution of Architects,,, louse in which you
I whether in making money, or
back again. frightfully raid ether,
through per
American I
and the Florida Chapter of the avoiding .in.
"absolute colineoncolvablv -
A TONIC r.iancntly at mo,
Association" of Engineers. Many i St. Petersburg: -Dr. E. W Nelson, I to ua, and we an
in all these Drove's faatelcj chiij; Tonic \r* ores "To land dignity to their bobb I Iheads
persons hold memberships chief of the Biological Survey U. S. protected: from it. :
Energy and Vitality by I'urifjrlM, miA ota ," Kngllih: women wear h
has reach-
organizations. i. partment of agriculture I a s
Eurithmil: the BUxxL When yon I I-. i initrtnitth Wsvhingtnn predicts that pasta lots nf grvcn and K'lld, or little
Tal'ahassee' -The state road department rl this city on his annual inspection "nlng.Invigorating effect srhow I Tease Ya.a a. employee will act an incrense ol spikes, in Co; NU'ss of Liberty fash-
trip; of Florida bird sanctuaries. lIe f aoo "all except IlIbor..r.VHY *." ion The real d l>gnity of a bobbed
contract a year
has awarded the It brings cult to the checks and how
will spend a week here. Dr. Nelson \ p' "rept 'lnbori-rs? Then,r head!, l h i a w..1 II! shaped skull. Moth-
for construction of ten miles of road It improves the appetite, y"v j J than children rut a" much, wenr out a_, inn 'IN more ilivmliiMl, than thc symmetrical -

project No. 41, running from the RUINED EYES appreciate Its true tonic valuakrvc's many shops ne olh,,.... The fovCrnmAnt head,I of an intelligent 5 tall

Marion county line to Leesburg In I I [; Tasteles chill Tonic lit Imply can afford, to .pay its" work woman bobbed or not. Eventually
to the Southern Paving ET. neplcct ; they get red and sore and I lro i ,and Qulnlfte suspended In syrup splrasont for the liver c.Ii well and should remember th'H: women will cut their hair In ,

Lake county you let them go. Don't do it. I' even children like It. The I I .nf Demand the child of a laborer may he theno.t such fashion a. to show the wholefnreheal
Lennardi's Golden Eye Lotion curessoreness S.w.r..f Imitation. citizen nf the fu, 'I, the ears and the shaoonf
I' thya without pain in one day. needs QUININE! to Purify It and IKt/N to lb. (..uIl.. I Oe and 35c p>ckbearing : and important nhouH bp wplnl. the hack head. But It will Ukatime ,
to anyhow
via cu.cu 10 o Enrico it. Malarial matS bor. trul ... 'are,
germ .1
Destroy **
heals and
If PAZO OINTTtENrfol.to I. Cools, strengthens : Insist Keats, the poet, worth ter, in get used to It.i
I r ; ..id. f'md mmej' 3edu> ot Ptotn;> I..ft
cui I. !. l Ii tv,*.> Pllnd you (..!. 1 ftrooK eyes. At aU druggist. 1ueQ Effw.1.: .0c.
t t. .. u IU*. a.ia+ ", Q.. Pr_

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I FRIDAY. MAY 16. 1924

cast of characters "will include' Felix BRADFORD through our community Friday.S. I

Long, J. S. Brown E. P. Duncan, V. Andreu and son. Rudolph ac- f

: I c>c..43-t I I TO-DAY f Rodman Jones, Claude Alvarez, A. E. Raborn Bradford and, C.May H/13.Andreu-Messrs.were A.visitors E.- companied by Howard Dorsey, motor-

Wall, Miss Ollie Weeks! Miss Eva ed through our section Saturday. f
to Lake Butler Saturday. '
\ Ii Truby, Mrs. D. J. McLeod, Miss Mary L. A. Cooke was a business visitor \
THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS AGO I I IDr. O. A. Andren, of Starke, motored t
I ? SOC1A.ery. Giles. Mrs. Hercules, director. to Worthington Friday.
: hia''! While returning from Lake Butler through our community one day last i
J. II. Barron has sold out week. Messrs. C. H. Andreu and A. E.

._ candy and grocery store to J. Q. J I a few days ago, T. F. Hemingway Raborn Misses Fae Andreu and !'
the C. M. Andren was a visitor to I
rattlesnake near
killed giant i
= = 1'11tuu'rt. 29 and 109_ Adams.Mr. G. W. McKinnoy has received dancing pavillioA at New River long I Worthington Saturday. < I Marie Sunday.Raborn motored to Antioch.

his appointment as county commis-1 bridge. The snake must have been T. It Gregory, of Worthington, the visitors ;
the i and wife were
EUNICE CANOVA S. C. His bride graduated from sioner. seven or eight feet in length. potato man, was in our community. C. M. Andreu
BIR'r'l11)AYCelebrating Lake Butler high school: this year and has leen to the county seat Monday.
CELEBRATES ;, There are nina poatofflcea in Bradford Prof. J. M. Guillama secured Friday.
i ia well known in Lake Butler and : principal of the Bradford High Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Harrell, of
which makes handy as
birthday county, N. G. Hayes, Jr., was in Worthington -
her eighth
Starke, her charming personality for the farmers in all parts of the School.E. one day last week. New River, were, visiting in our con, t
Eunice Canova gave a lovely birthday winning her a host of friends in both j B. Shipman, station agent at munity Sunday.
Saturday afternoon at tho home county. Wilson Russ, of Brooker, motored
party towns. Mr. J. W. Morgan entertained his i; Lawtey, was a visitor to Starke .
I Mm. Paul E.
Mr. and -
of her parents The many friends of the young I
brother's residence
Canova, on N. Walnut street. couple extend congratulations and friends Monday. at night.his The young folks report Conductor Arch Kite, of the A. S. !!)ron.n........ ''''.'llPllII'IIII' w'.In..uu =rn"ClJmDmlJW4J '

Each guest brought a beautiful ,, bent wishes for a happy wedded life a good time and vote Johnnie a' R. &: G. Railway, had his right foot I
I hostess
for the popular young
present the afternoon passed happily SWIMMING PARTYAT fine fellow and wish him many happy | painfully bruised Thursday morning :

: i and with games on the lawn. Pinning; the KINGSLEY LAKE 'I returns of the day. | while engaged in clearing away the
F. D. Rawson, brotherin-law of wreck of a log train.
tail the donkey was the source of I
on and In this content Miss Aileen Alvarez entertained W. E. Davis, left for his home in Lawtey item-The Ladies' Improvement .

much amusement received, the girls' charmingly Friday evening, from Homellsville, N. Y., this week, after! Society has made a decided -
Marie Brown five to ten complimentary to her spending several months here. I, change for the better In the looks of |

prize, a handkerchief, and Merrill Mins house guest, Miss Mary Curtis Williams /- There was a show in town two I our streets. Mrs. Dr. Todd, president, { 5iatptbnos'

Ethel Futch Griffin the boys'and prize Mrs., Thorns a purse.told the of Key West, and Miss Mary nights this week. Who went I I deserves great .credit for the work Business

children delightful stories. I I Dee Wilson, of Atlanta. A. E. Moitt is putting up a wind she has done, i, n
The party went to Kingsley Lake mill at his blacksmith shop.
Mrs. Canova, assisted by Lucile TEN YEARS AGO !
swim and tempting I I
1 and enjoyed a a
Pratt have
Messrs. Gardiner &
Johns, Mrs. E. E. Canova and Mrs. ,', of refreshments. I, : E. E. Canova has been in Baker Farmersare = >
spread the
moved their offices over City .
J. L. Frazee, served the children with I Besides the hostess and honor county this week rounding up 1000
ice cream and home-made cake. The Miss Alice Drug Store. I I head of stock cattle which he has sold
balloons'I I guests, there were present Starke must advertise in some way.
I .favors were various colors of to buyer in Mississippi. I
Tharin: of Madison, Mossrs. John Richard & Pace have moved. into a especially pleased
on which were painted cunning faces. Tye D. P. Carpenter, H. C. Wall, I Co. "E" held an election Monday
I their new office.
Fruit punch was served throughout evening at the armory, and O.V.. >
J. M.
the afternoon. ,1 Joe Wainwright, and Mrs. We were shown by Capt. J. N. Alvarez was chosen second lieutenant i iI with the

Those invited to this party Mitchell chaperon. __ Jones a tooth of some animal, possibly I .
pretty I ---- _?_ __ I'I of the company. I II
whale. It is 7 inches long '
were: Evelyn, Marjorie and Lillian "MICROBE OF LOVE" a To bond or not to bond for the '
f Stump, Ramona and Thelma! Watkins, 1 ATTRACTS LARGE CROWDI and weighs one and a half pounds, is I purpose of paving Call and Walnut L. C. Smith Typewriter

1'onella and Louise Snyder, Martha I solid ivory. It was found by John I streets and for providing an adequate ,
auditorium of the Hall between Rowell and Crosby
Brownleo, Vera Claire Robinson, sewerage system for the town is

Mary Brown lee, Lillian Sternberg, Woman's Club was filled last Thurs- lakes. being discussed by many of our because of the variety of work that can be doneon
Marie Drown, Florence Hassett, day evening when the "Microbe ofLove" Col. R. M. Smith is again back citizens. I
Lois Adkins Pauline under the direction of Miss from Fernandina, looking over his the same machine.
Helen Gray, After occupying temporary quarters i
:Miner, Beverly Cady, Vonda Inman, Mary Dee Wilson, of Atlanta, was I orange grove in the J. F. Kickliter store while
Neff staged for the benefit of the club's I General Correspondence, Billing, Tabulating
Clara Louise I'eek, Margaret TWENTY-FOUR YEARS AGO I its own building was being remodeled ,
i Lois Long, Alice Fernandez, Sara building fund.of Local characters talent was and used the Children's day will be observed and refitted, the Bank of Starke Is I and Card Writing
for the cast
I Hope and Georgia Haynes, Eloise Sunday, June the 10th, at the Baptist at home again to its friends and :
humorous situations brought
and Dorothy Ritch, Etholin and many church.W. customers at its old location. can all be done on any L. C. Smith machine.
forth hearty applause.
j Dorothy White, June Bullen, LillianGarris Commencement exercises of the I I
A. Hutson has sold his interestin
{ Martha Powell Colson Morris, Among the specialities Lois the Adkins"RoseDance" the Metropolitan Pharmacy to Dr. Bradford High School were'held Mon- This feature invaluable. for maintaining the ".

i Elclredge Robinson, Ben Stemberg, by"Balloon little Miss Dance" by Misses, N. W. Francis, who will continue the day evening when two young ladies records bept by stockmen and breeders. L. C.
and the
Billy Graham, A. E. Wall, Jr., Joe I I stand. graduated with honors, namely,
business at the present
I Smiths made with different widths of
Edwards Jr. James Richard WainWright Loiuse Peek and Bunny Canova, were are car-
1 Geo. W. Moore returned home Sun- Misses Allie Mae Haynes and Jean-
I Stanley Bennett, Sinclair ,exceedingly good. nette Matthews. riage for.use where wide paper is required.
day from Jacksonville having completed -
The play was put on by Mrs. Ed-
I '
Peek, Jr., Junior MacDonald, Leslie Among those taking part in the
his course at the 1\allseyJusl-
Futch S. R. Johns Jr. ward Burns and her finance committee Write for Form 601 which
Merrill de-
Biggs, I ness College. third grade exercises were: Thomas explains in ,

Frank Inman, Julian Peek, Jr., I A meeting of business men was Limbaugh, Dorothy Edwards, Ira tail the features of this typewriter.L. .

Arthur Darby Jones Ed Nell, Jr., BENEFIT BRIDGE held Wednesday evening at the offica Rape, Ethel Griffin, Margaret Long,

Richard Long and Billy Powell. PARTY AT CLUBHOUSE{ of J. "R. Davis &: Co., for a discussion Hazel Warren, Lillie McRae, Earle

ADAMS-JONES of school matters. School commIs- Bischoff, Herbert Selen, Thomas C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co."
Mr O. L. Beasl chairman and
I r % y, sioners Kickliter and Pinholster and Turner, Joe Mosel y, Jessie Mae

Miss Marie Jones, of Tampa, and her committee of the Woman's Club Supt. Schell were present. Baisden. Executive Offices : : SYRACUSE. N. Y.

Mr. J. A. Adams, of Starke, were entertained with a benefit bridge The amateur theatrical "Amongthe Members of the Choral Club gavea

-united in marriage Saturday after- I party Tuesday evening at the clubhouse Breakers," will be presented at rose musicale at the residence of 120 West Adams Street Jacksonville, Florida

the 10th inst. in Rev. This proved to be a delightful Col. W. T. Weeks '
noon, Tampa, the opera house In the near future, Friday evening
Brannon performing the interesting affair, and enjoyed by those present. under the auspices of the ladies aid Those taking part in the program ':

Eleven tables were filled, and on each Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Miss
ceremony.Mr. society of the Baptist church. The were: ,
Adams ia employed on tho good table salted peanuts were placed. Lois Peek, Mrs. J. E. Futch, Mrs

roads In Bradford county and is an I Roses in profusion were used for i Lawtey.The U. G. Turner, Miss. Darby.

decorating.At election of officers for the Starke
industrious; young man of excellent The Starke board of trade held a
the close of the! evening, the Woman's Club resulted follows:
character. The bride is a charming I business meeting at the courthouse I R

young woman, who will be quite an scores were counted, Mr. Frazee making President, Mrs. J. H. Ritch. Tuesday evening. ''I lII mJMDhnrnm.u=..wun.u..u.'W4P"'mmrlwwct"'''''"UWUIIIiIimI u..uc'unmtt '

addition to Starke social life. I high score for the men and was Vice-President, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Fire destroyed the barn and ribsl.)
S presented with an ungel food cake. chairman of Civics.
!Mr. and Mrs. Adams are at home belonging to the Neal brothers on '
to their friend. at the Magnolia Tea I{ Miss Margaret Long made high for Secretary Mrs. E. M. Johns. I
the old Underhill farm northwest of ,
Garden. the Indies and was presented with a Treasurer, Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr. Steam Process kills all germs. The only hygienic i
Starke Sunday night. j
I cake. Convolution prize for an Previous the business. ; i
men to meeting,
I ltISI.VltEZ I ash tray, was awarded to Mr. J. C. the class In parliamentary law was Mrs. R. T. Hodges has resigned her t: method for cleaning and pressing clothing. :!

GIVES ItlllDCE LUNCHEON( : Hoover; the ladies' prize, a Japanese conducted under the efficient leadership position as clerk at the postomce and l I STEAM PRESSING CO., Starke

fan went to Mils Aileen Alvarez. of Mrs. H. H. Young. has been succeeded by Mr. Lowery, I \
I Saturday morning from ten to( one- of Lawtey. -
Delightful refreshments were served After the business had been disposed -,1Ei
-- - -- -- -- -- --
Miss ill-en Alvarez
r thirty, > entertained
consisting of tuna fish and of a social hour was enjoyed with .. .. .. ,
at bridge at tho 1alCnolllTel'[ - --- -- ---- ---- --
---- ----
1 Garden, complimentary to( her house pimento cheese sandwiches iced tea the following ladies as hostesses: .;; --:::.=. ===---= :.=-::=:: =- =--=-=-===-.:.: =-=- = _.:: :.- .. -- -. -- '" :: ::' .:: ,-
I an Sternberg: ,
!Miss Curtis Williams '
r guests Mary ,
Those enjoying the hospitality of F. F. Stump Willium! :Struth: Misses i !
r of Key Went, and MU+ Mary Dee Wilson I.'I
of Atlanta.At tho club on this occasion were: Mr. Kate and, llildn Struth and Miss Car-
and !Mrs N. :Sternborir: Mr. and Mrs. rie Uglow.
the close of the bridge game, a
A. S. Crews Joe Wainwright, Miss Miss Alice
delicious luncheon Tharin, of Madison, delighted -
was served. tie- e
Mice Tharin of Madison, Mr. and her audience with two readings l. .
slilouc honor
the guests, Mills Williams '
:Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. J. 4
anti Miss WilHon, those enjoyIng namely: "New Housekeeper at a
Miss Alvarez's hospitality were W. Andrews Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Market" and "Mn\ and the Auto" by

[Peek Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Slstrunk, Edgar Guest Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. accompanied
Mrs f:. M. Johns, Mrs. K. J. Davis,
Mr. and, Mrs. C. A. Futch Mrs.' N. D.
Misses! Jeannette Andrews Mublo by Mrs. E. K. Perryman,

Weller, and Alice Thurin, of Madison Wainwright, Miss Jeannette Mat- charmingly sang. "A May Morning."
thews Miss Mable Weller, Mrs. F. 1.. The hostesses served refreshmentsof I
---- --- ---
MKS INMANJKWTKSS Turner, Miss Margaret Long D. P. ice cream\ and caks. II I

AT IIRHMiK/ : PARTY Carpenter Mists Mary Curtis Williams The out of town guests were: !Miss. I'I

of Key Went; Mrs Frank Alice Tharin, of Madison, and Mrs. .
I Mrs. G. M. Inman entertained the \Hoover Miss Clara Mae Shepard, C. W. E. Torode, of Lawtey. 'I I

I K. K. Klub Thursday afternoon at A. Knight, Mr. Blair, G. C. Collins, J. I I I ,.;. I 'j,

her cozy bungalow home on Pine J. Truby, Miss Aileen Alvarez, Mr. MEETING OF ,
etreot. Lovely pink roses worn used and Mrs. W. E. Davis. Mrs. Catherine 20th CENTURY CLUB I I "

to make the rooms more attractive. Davis Mr. and Mrs. E.: M. Davis, Mr. .
!Miss Mahle Weller made high and Mr.\ and Mrs. F. F. Stump enter.
and. Mrs.\ J. L. Frazee, Mr. and :Mrs. .- .. '
tamed the Twentieth Century Bridge ), .-.
was presented with two beautifulcnnillcsMrs. O.f.. Inman Mr. and Mrs. J. C.I' I ."'. '. .:
; N. I>. Wianwright made Club Friday evening at their hospitable I II
over Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump.
low and also! received two candles. home on Thompson street. I

t The guest prize, a box of stationery, ROMAN'S CLUB At the close of the bridge game it :,

was given to Miss Carolyn Frlpp. I Ir !I ELECTS OFFICERS was found that among the lady club "d tI .-o .,

The hostess nerved delicious sherbet members Mrs. E. L. Biggs had madehilt'h. FDO I
r i The Woman's Club held their -I-
I and rake; candy was served on the annual and as a prize the hostess ---- i

card tables during the game. The : business meeting Wednesday presented, her a pair of beautiful N

favors on each plate were velvety afternoon with the president, Mrs. N. candles. Among the gentlemen J. J. YOU REMEMBER

pansies. D. Wainwright, occupying the chair. Truby made high score, and was givena
I I There were splendid reports from Your wedding lay--Happinl8l--.GaietY---lhe congratulations and good wishes .
Those playingbridge were Mes- I wicker waste paper basket while
'. dames F. F. Stump, N. Sternberg. O. special and standing committees for J. W. Andrews Jr. made low and was I --and your own secret resolve to SAVE and PROSPER. Both of you had a r rI

L. Beasley/:. :M. Johns, A. W. the year also reports of work for the presented with a handkerchief. Mrs. I full appreciation of new responsibilities and the effort to make your dreams come t

I Anderson E. R. Nelf, A. S. Crews, : past nenth all showing: tnut the club S. 1.. reek also made low and receiveda true.

l ; S. L. Peek N. D. Wainwright, E.: S.Matthews [ is in excellent working condition. The pretty bureau scarf. Guest prizes
treasurer, Mrs. J. W. Jr. Perhaps since then the day of "consistent saving" has been oil-and
I Andrews put put off
E. L. Biggs, J. W. Andrews were given to Col. J. L. Frazee and
Jr., Misses Carolyn Fripp, I reported total amount of money .raised -_ Miss Mary Carney, of New York.A --and your idealf'as yet unrealized ? It ia not yet too late. No doubt you ate

:Mable Weller, Jeannette Andrew during the year $1,819.51. profusion of beautiful roses and better quali6ed through experience to renew that resolve and adjust your affairs 10

,I and Margaret Long.BEACHPROCTOR- |I of:Mrs.the W.Trl-Gpunt E. Torode; Federation, of Lawtey that told nasturtiums were used to decoratethe you may every week spend less than the family income--aoo bark' the difference

rooms where the guests assent Resolve Today to Start That
met at Mucclenny, where the follow-
'ing officers for this section were bled. A delicious ice course was served Saving Account This Week -
Mr. Wesley Beach, of Baldwin nad elected: by the hostess, tho favors on each .

Miss Ruby Proctor, of Lake Butler plate being bunch of lea. .
President a pans
:Mrs. L. A. Davis, of "
r were united .marriage Saturday Starke. The guests included :Mr. and Mrs.G. Bank of Starke"

7 night at the home of the bride's :M.
5 t Vice-Pre.ohl.'nt. Mrs. P. M. Padgett. Inman. :Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern-
father, Mr. T. D. Proctor, Walnut of Lake Butler. berg Mr. and Mrs S. L. Peek Mr.

street couth. Notary Public G. W. I Secretary Mrs.- Wheeler of Mac- and :\In. H. H. Youn r, Dr. and Mrs. I The Bank of Helpful Service.

Alderman performed the marriage clenny. E. L. Biggs. Mr. and !Mrs. J. W. Andrews I
,I ceremony.Mr. Treasurer, Mrs, J. T. Moore, of ...Jr., Miss Stable Weller. Mrs. I '
", : Beach (is connected'with the Florence Powell. J. J. Truby O. L.

4ip i :i" Western Union Telegraph Co., and SUnSCKIlIB TO Beasley, J. L. Fraic, and Miss Car- !I'

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The city council has re-elected M. mother, Mrs. Louise Lowery.J. end guests other talents, Mr. and FOUND-There has been at my place

,I M. Morgan chief of police, and it is E. Goodfellow was transacting Mra. Roland Thomas for the past six weeks a dark bay

i I probable that he will hold that office business in Williston Thursday.Mrs. Mrs. R B. Warren and children horse, 12 or 15 years old; legs

Bits of Local for a number of years. Mr. Morganis C. Y. !Mayo and little daughter were visitors here Wednesday. gray. Owner can have same by

making a good chief.-Ocala Star. Ada Marte, returned to their Miss Essie Johnson spent Sunday paying the expenses of feed and

Information I home in Pollard, Ala., last week, with Miss Gladys DukeM. advertising. E. M. Hazen. 2t-

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children after spending several weeks here I I'. Dekle visited friends in Miller --- t

Mrs. O. J. Griffin, Misses Carolyn with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Sunday. FOR SALE-Household goods/ Including -

Concerning Our People, Business and Fripp and Ethel Griffin nlotored to Moore. ,i, :\frl!. L. O. Johnson' who has been refrigerator, 100 Ibs. capacity -
!;;t;. I
. Progress in the County and Town. : Gainesville Friday afternoon and' Mrs. J. P. Edwards: and son, J. P., ', quite 111 for several iluyx Is now ; parlor organ; 23: good laying

f I 0 were guests of relatives. of Jacksonville, are spending this l'\'lIvnt'sl'illl! hens; sonic farm equipment.
I I week at the home of Mrs. M. E. Ed I Reason, leaving Florida. Ernest 1 1Thurnquest.
.. S. S. Dowling la In Tallahasseewith wards. I I 5-18-11* .

I E. M. Johns was a business visitorto Mrs. F. A. Scott is in Jacksonville his wife and little daughter, Marcus Brown, of Tampa was a ,

Palatka :Friday. visiting friends. Nettle, and they are visiting Mrs. week-end visitor at the homo of his FOR SALE--20 acre farm, 16 under

IMMMH t Powling's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. parents. Dr. and Mrs.V.. Brown. rENT-A-WORD cultivation; good six-room: house; ss t

Rev. L. B. Simpson motored to Miss Nellie Stearns spent last Stroman.A. Mrs. W. L. Powell, Mrs. J. E. I I barns, outbuildings; mule and JL., *<
farm tools all kind. $ '
Macclenny Wednesday. week in Broker visiting friends. Powell and daughter, Joyce, spent wagon/ ; '
fruit trees and vines. 2Mi
H. Green and family have !moved from Friday to Sunday In Jackson- grape '\
miles north of Starke. Cheap for : )
A son was born to Mr.[ and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill were visU from their country home to their ville.Rev. cnsh. L. A. Kahr, Starke. 3-0-31* l'

A. Winkler Friday morning. I tors to Starke Sundy afternoon.. newly purchased property on N. Jones, of Jacksonville, will 'OUNOalr of amber colored horn I.

Walnut street and J. D. Stanaell and conduct a series of revival services I rimmed l eye glaisea on vacant lot FOR SALE--10 acres land, 7-room .

Merrill Futch is in Eustis visiting J. T. Moore, of Lawtey, was attend- family have moved into Wills houseon at the Baptist church: beginning next where carnival was hold. Owner bungalow, coiled inside, good water,

his uncle, Cyrus H. Sistrunk.M. ing to business in Starke Monday.Col. the corner of the state highwayand Sunday. Everybody is invited. may have same by paying. for this II
adv. Call near churches and schools; near 1
i this ofllce. |
10th street. The death of the 18 months old
State Farm situated best farming 1
F. Brown, of Tampa, was a E. D. Knight was a professional : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. FOR SALE I
-Three city lots inTemple's section Bradford county famous
week-end guest of friends here. visitor to Waycross, Ga. Friday.F. Dr. and Mrs.\ E. L. Biggs have l een I Andrews occurvd Sunday morning.The .1 ; .i<;
addition to Starke. located for trucking, strawberries and
I in Orlando this week attending the funeral services were conducted
two blocks from school, one general farming. 25 acres cleared/ ,
Col. E. L. Frazee was a professional M. Crews, of Highland, was a State Medical Association, of which Monday, at the cemetery near Sander- i
block and a half from highway. Address belong to a corporation that. must
visitor to Jacksonville Monday. business!! visitor to Starke Saturday. Pr. Biggs is a member. While away eon by Rev. E, D. Boyer, of Baldwin. r
__ ____________ "- 'I they also visited Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. The bereaved family have the National Supply Co., 232 sell, $100 down, 5 years on balance. .
Adair Bldg., Jacksonville Fla. Apply to G. M. Inman, Starke, Fla.425tf i
Sheriff Epperson attending to : 1 ;.
Col. D. E. Knight made a profes-j, Roberts at Hastings, and in DeLand sympathy of the entire community.As 4
signal trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.Col. business matters in Lawtey Monday. they stopped with friends. we predicted, the strawberry 6-16-4t ;

I! shipping season to the Northern ,

and Mrs. D. E. Knight motor Supt. Clark is giving the fire I The following party from Jacksonville markets dosed last week, although

ed to Lake Butler Monday afternoon.Col. <1 plugs a coat of bright red paint this have been at the Bob Richard about 100 berates are bring shippedto SASH BRICK LIMECEMENT

t'I'week. cottage on Kingsley lake: Betty the local markets daily. Berries DOORS LUMBER .-

D: E. Knight was attending to Broward, Blanche Hall, Elizabeth were selling here at the depot Monday -

business matters in. Jacksonville Ii Oscar Andreu was attending to Meachem,' Evelyn Hopkins, Toppy for $3.60 per crate. Up to tho BUILDERS HARDWARE

Tuesday. business in the Brooker section last Dart, Marguerite Ragsdale, Mary first of this week 75 refrigerator SHERWIN Everything,

I I week. Keith, Elptse Wright, Dot Singletary, j cars% averaging 175 crates per car, WILLIAMS "I. for

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Howze and Dot Richard; Mrs. Bob Richard, have been loaded, and as many, if PAINT. BuildingKY1NIZE .

.children motored to Green Cove [ A. M. Williams, of Hampton was chaperon. not more, have been shipped In refrigerator and

Thursday. I attending to business in Starke ; boxes and, by open express. VARNISHES 16B**""" V Repairing;

,I Monday. The B. II. S. graduating class of At the first part of the season, on account ,
of New York has
:Miss Carney, returned 1024 are at Kingsley lake enjoyinga of tho rainy weather, the

home after a visit with Mrs. R. M. Favor, of Hampton, was a house party. The merry companyis berries were not very firm, but for STARKE FLORIDA

F. F. Stump. business visitor to Starke Tuesday composed of Misses Isabel Fernan- the past three weeks tho fruit was

afternoon.Mr. dez, Iris Epperson, Blanche Alderman, never firmer, and good prices were I .

Mrs. Annie Richard, of Jackson- Mary Boyer Laura Wynn, Claudia realized.
ville, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. and Mrs. R. T. psteen, of Terry, Eunice Perkins; Messrs. -L.- .
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S. Matthews. Brooker, ware attending to business Comer Long, Hugh Brownlee, Jr., FIVE MILE
\I here Monday. Hamilton Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. Five Mile, May JO.-A boating and I .T

P. E. Canova and son, Paul E. Jr., Barnum. swimming patty consisting of Misses ,
Misses Ruby and Lottie Gainey, of .
in West Florida this week attendIng
are Thelma Parker, Lorone Ware, Lucile
to business. Brooker, were visitors to Starke Mon. Dr. J. J. Bullen, pastor of the Varnes and Norma Dekle, chaperon

day afternoon. Baptist church. in Starke, Is payinghis ed by Mrs. S. E. Proctor, spent Monday I

Mrs.; F. L. Turner and sister, Mrs. first visit to Atlanta, Ga., being in afternoon here.
Mamie' recent visitorsto Messrs. H. P. Gainey and L. attendance ,
Garris, were upon the meetings of the Mrs. T. J. Dekla and son, Nelson,
Jacksonville.Mr. Morgan, of Brooker, were in town on Southern Batist Convention. This
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. $'. I>. :
business Monday.Mr. Convention, as a rule, has the largest Dekle ProfessionalPeople
Wednesday. j
and Mrs. Edward Burns, Mr.I: I attendance of any religious body lit I
Mr. Dan Dyal several
and Mrs. F. A. Scott Sun '
and Mrs. L. A. Davis motored to spent
the world, and the interest In the --- --
last week with his Mrs.
St'l day in Hampton with Mrs. Scott'sbrother daughter,
Augustine Tuesday.
work of the Baptist denomination is Alma
L. J. Drawdy. I
) such that an unusually large attendance A ,'motoring party from Worthing '
W. M. Wainwright and Harold C'I ,is expected at this gathering. I ton afternoon
spent Tuesday here
Wall left Saturday afternoon for Miss Free Wynn, of Hampton. is
combining pleasure with business. ]1 --- -
trip to Tampa. I spending this week in Starke with LAWTEY >\I tilt .
rotor friends and relatives.Mr. Nelson bowling, of Pompano,

'Mr. and Mrs George C. White are I Lawtey, May}6..rs. Catherln",1 j spent several days last week with Of all vocations are invited to opena

spending two weeks in Miami and and Mrs. II. L. Fowler and Teare attended a Woman's Club meet : his brother, W. II. Powling. I checking account with this bank
Mrs Margaret Thomas and son,
other east coast towns. I{ children, of Lake Butler, were visitors ing at Macdenny Friday.
Luke, were shopping in Dukes Frlduy. -
I to Starke Sunday. Mrs. Annie Brown Barrett, of Jack
\ Once established and deposits made
C. L Hodges/ of Orlando, was here i sonville, Col.) and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins,
Friday and was the guest of Mr. 'i 111'15.V.. E. Torode, of Lawtey, attended and children of Starke, Col. and Mrs.J. j Mc-nsrs. Azel Butler: and Joe Jones, regularly, with deductions made '
Minxes Lucile Varnes and Norma for'I
and Mrs. II. M. Snyder. 'i the club meeting in Starke C. Adkins, and children. of Gaines I
Dt'klt spent Thursday here guests of the checks issue for
Wednesday ville, were guests Sunday) of Mrs. you payments,
Mrs. Flora L. Drkle.
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus II Sistrunk, of M. E. Edwards. you'll have more than ever !
Brady Keerce spent last week with money i
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan were
of Mr
Eustla, w.ere guests Sunday ivtivid "Moore, of Jacksonville, spent.
his brother, Milton Kcerce. 1
visitors to Lawtey Sunday, 'spending hefore.
and Mrs. G. M.\ Sistrunk. ,
ouguuy: nere with his Mr.
the day with relatives. parents T. II. Wines and John Miller, of r

and An'-i. J. it. Moore. Wurthington, Eben Holden, of La- i this and how : "
Miss Mary Dee Wilson, who has Try plan see helpful
been the guest of Miss Aileen Miss Leila Sapp spent the weekend hh rilf W. .1 Epperson and Deputy ]|I I Crume: L. S, and W. N. Hcklo, of I I

In Atlanta. with Miss Louie Belle Carter, of Vv. W. BaiHden, of Starke, were in Luke Uutlor, T. II. Walters, of Miller, it really is.
Alvarez, left for her home I !
the Water Oak section. town Mondy on business. wi'i'i' among the visitors hero last
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sasse and W nk.. /
A of Starke people went '
f yesterday party to Earlton Beach and at- Mc8sr.i. T. A. Andrews and II. T.ReddinJ.C. 1 daughter/ of Kingsley, were shopping Mr. and Mra. Louis Johns were '

tended the regular Thursday evening of Lawtey, were business in Lawtey Saturday.Mrs. I culled to the bedside of her mother, I'I I Bradford County Bank

dance. visitors to Starke Saturday J. E. Goodfellow spent from lint. Griffith, Sunday. They ultto attended -
the funeral of Mrs. (;Jnillui I
Friday to Sunday with relatives In
Hollis V. Knight, of the U. of F. Mrs. J. C. Robinson and children Jacksonville.J. I Monday The interment was at tho Established 1889 I
weekend the of returned Sunday after a week's family burial ground near lUlfor.l. j
will spend guest \V."Barber was a business visitor
hU. parents, Col. and Mrs. D. E. visit with relatives in Jasper. to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. We extend our sympathy to Mm. "Bradford County's Fimncinl i
John in her hour of sorrow

KniRht.Mr. ,| Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent and Mrs. J. B. Dye and J B. MID. II. J. O. Green, Mr. and Mrs.A. Stronllhold"i

and Mrs. Edward Grtgg. of I Sunday In Lawtey with Mrs. Adkins': Jr. spent the week-end hero at the I.. Green and son, Dave, visited I i

Petersburg, Va., left .Monday after mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards.The I home Blanchard.of Mr. and !\Irl!. A. M. | relatives here Sunday and also attended i ir i
services at Little
with Mr. and
spending several days
Arthur Griffis of I
Tampa, spent church.
Bradford high school bad been
Mrs. G. M. Inman. .. .
Saturday and I
accredited by the state department of j I J Sunday with his Our farmers ure busy picking

Mrs. O. L. Boasley returned Sun- public instruction as B-Senior High. parents. Mir and Mrs. Enoch Griffla.I IMm. leant und digging potatoes. The | .---.-.---- --- -- -- i
I J. E. Powell and daughter, I .
yields were not no good on account of
day morning from a trip to Tampa, Joyce of Winter .- :. .. _.
are spending'a
where she visited her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hazen, Misses adverse weather condition. I
and Mrs. A. C. Durden: Ella Mae, Opal and Lorene Ilazen, of few days at the home of Rev and C'lauila Kenfroe( attnided, tho funeral I

Brooker, were in Starke Thursday Mrs. W. I. Powell. of Mrs. Griffith Monday.L. ,

Mr. Harry Ford and little daughter/ evening. Henry Burney was transacting C Johnson wa< a hu.-incnx vni i I

Beth, of North Branch, Mich., are the business in Jacksonville Thursday.. tor to Iak Butler Monday.Mr iNSURANCEThat's

guests of his mother, Mrs.\ Grace Mr and Mm. Jno. Shriver and son, Mimes Anna Belle Turner and und 1 Mrs. Ardell Drawdy were

' Ford and Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. Low, of Brooker attended the playat Edna Manning, of Starke, were visitors guest Of jfr. anj Mrs. Richard
Our Business
IS here
Sunday. GloSunday.. I
the Woman's1 Club last Thursday

The Missionary Society of. the i evening.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill were visitors 1\I'N Barbara Pukes spent Sunday I FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH

Methodist church will give( a silver to Starke Sunday.S. with :Mrs B. .L Dukes. ,

I' tea Monday afternoon at the home of and Mrs.\ W. E. Knox left this Sapp came home from Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Ilowan Johnson AUTOMOBILE BONDSAgency

Mrs. E. R. Neff on N. Walnut street. week for Oklahoma, where they will ville family.and spent Sunday with his spent Sunday with her grandmother Established,1886
Mrs Motile Powell.
spend the summer. They will returnto
Starke in the fall. J. H. Moore was transacting business Mr. and Mrs. J. M. :\I"tl' were week I
Ras Brinson. Carr Colley, Carl in Jacksonville Wednesday. I J. R. DAVI S & CO.

. : Johns, Howard Bracken and Mr. Mrs. Francis
Wiggins returned to
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wilson and
Wells, of the University of Florida, her home In Jacksonville after I
little son, of Greensboro, are here 666
visitors here during past
were a few weeks here with her
week. this week visiting his) parents, Mr. --

IMrs. i 1 and Mrsi: E. L Wilson. Colds; Case lit a prescription for Malaria, Chill I
urip>> and Influenza YOUR MONEY\
and Bilious Fever.
Fever Dengue
Lorenzo D. Green and her LAXATIVE!:K50MD: "ire:"ltME: : >WrtJ .mo.* .I, or
Stanley Adams, of the road It kill, the .
con- ,
400. Ti-r! Is ( iy vfr *hj, germ
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guests, Mrs. Dees, Mrs. Irene Johns tracting firm of Adams & Sanders, I' &. RITCH

and Mrs. E. I* Cox, left Wednesday spent, the week-end in Jasper with I f't! ..""'. KEl'KESENT TilE BEST LEADING

for Dade City where they will. visit relatives and attending to business I INSURANCE! COMPANIES, FinE
matters.A ,

MUs Carolyn Fripp, who has been number of the high school Und t tit I II' 1 > II ", MADE PROMPTLY >]

the1 truest of Miss :Margaret Long students of the Lakt; Butler high THE BACK YARDS --

and other friends for the past two school, ,enjoyed a picnic at KingaJey AUTOMOBILE HEARSE .
weks, left Saturday for her home In lake 'Monday, going to the Canova AND I V1M on hand. Thr hut Mr
KIssimmee.! landing. '.. a. the M w.it prlrm. Sp.- "COULD BETTER KHUZEK: : BE HADE WE HDL1D lUKE II"
MU. .r..h .cEmb -
U1 Itrathm to
I .l.. D.f".. 111.... gtoat n.w April P ....II.. .f ...r. "SIMON. PI'BE" mot CBMRIMVIW ,
Lorenzo D. Green had a* resent With the warm days the thoughtsof BACK UP whlrh k.v. seell.. Urntmlt .! (quilt far Ifc. .s fort rwi with {
of citizens Cl I:I.""" ....*... Prim .1.| .T. ii I-h" Q .lnr ..iM>.. k>> t... W.\ ,
her mother, Mrs. Dees, many our are turning ,
guests c. JONES lit _0'''. A:.. prlc I/.i. .l li u.eadd.a aps..r.. Oiuwra .mt Uuu. UK A'...
Irene to the cool waters of Kingsley lake THE CLEAN !
of Mayo, her sisters, YARDS y sae Ie now rtcdy. wrIU at onr..
and and the annual migration to this lake : STARkF.. FLA (H
Johns, of Hampton Springs,
E 0. Painter Fertiliser J,cIuonTill., FU I
Mrs. E. L Cox, of Perry. will soon be in order. I II!="- "' ..


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; =::4 _=. .: To cm. .o.". :: -- -:- fe* wnofm titan a pur...liv.| it one hundred Acre In Florida alfalfa ) .Auburn prison, and her husband to13ng
'\ S / .1.11Q mint' eonl prop.rtl.'in toniInuat ... "'lt.e.nv..odouhaetle on his Kind's Road farm this fall. .:: Sing. They had pleaded guilty.

I FARMERS and FARMING' : Other cattle /growers and dairymen, I,to a charge of assault and robbery.The .

( AA Tutt's Pills renllzlnll the necessity of a winter young woman who was arrested -
feed, have stated they aro going to
..... in Jacksonville with Cooney April
POM >S t. qualltUM. and .p..dlirreNwe follow Mr. Logan's example. :|
FARMERS: AND TKUCKEIW AUK INVITED TO CONTKIBLIIs.' \: function.Tf .to th. bowvla tb.ir luUurvl I Zl, held her head high as she walked

+ : AimCIIW OF FAIMI EXPERIENCES;: AND METHODS FOUND The farmer needs to practice better :i iI i lito the court room to hear her
!it' ( their land l, not as a speculative ontence. Half hour before she
I I'' TO UK IJEST: ; SUITED: TO OUR CO LNTY tsiness methods; he should not loser I' an
1'1' I -- ... I II i fM land boom proposition/ but because ; k'ht of the fact that his is a business :kid told the jail warden she hoped
II .. ., :;-.- .---:;-.- .--. lr! the dividends tho lands will pay j st as well as is the work of the J' idge Martin would be lenient and
TIIRII'S ON ROSE BUD EXTRACTS! FROM COUNTY .1(., 'annually, if they will grow this CAN'T: STAND: TOBACCO I scot to the same prison.
AGENTS': REPORTS: ;' ewell.
Say "Bayer"Insist with the highest <
I r alfalfa, as compared
fail to develop values they have from crops SEABOARD TIME TABLEIn
Rose buds frequently I II any I I
.It Is reported from France that the
I properly. They turn brown, at Hilltiborough are For Pain Headache now growing, and, this plant constantly ( effect May 11, 1924)
is be '
'erlte to conferred
Agrlcole on'
I till being shipped from Plant City.
the foil air I enriches the land. Instead of de- SouthboundNo.
and petals -
least In spots, Neuralgia Rheumatism ] -ench families that hove tilled the ,
prematurely. It such bud are ex- I Okeechjbteshlpment.s oft ''plating its fertility, it adds to it year j t me soil for three centuries. There' 1 reaches Starke at 11.38 p. m.

amined' carefully they will be found imatoua are now moving from this j Lumbago Colds by year." 't-e 750() such families in France. One l|j I' No. 3, 11:02: a. m. JJd
I swarming with minute yellowish Mr. Logan discussed the Importance No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m.
unty.I AccePt only a H mily has held: the same land since'
I brown insects about a twenty-fifth of I .-vJ; # of the plant and its cultivation at 'a No. 15, Limited, 1:10: p. m.
I an inch in length. I I Polk-Much interest; ;; here in the I v"'l Payer package I meeting of poultrymen and dairymen :'jl has c reign worked his Charlemagne.for a thousand Another NorthboundNo. -
Florid growing of blackberries and bananas; held at the Palace Theatre Saturday years. ,
This insect Is known as the i 2 reaches Starke 5:08: a. m.
I j flower thrrps, according to specialist roasting ears, are on the local market j! whichcontainsprovendirectionvTlandv "Buyer" bnxrs of 12 tn'r'cti' afternoon. Immediately following the ,I>i SUBSCRIBE TO No. 4, 4:26: p. m. '

: of the Florida College of Agriculture.It ,l any settlers lire coming in, due no Also bottles" 0121..11'I ]I'll{))-I':i-u,",:.la: meeting the farmers were guests of TilE TELEGRAPH No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50 a. m.
attacks u large number of flowers, oubt to the New York exhibit, which | Affilrln I I. t Ihr trnilimnrk, "ffoi'llire Tint "'11I" Jesse L. Clark, manager, and occupied No. 16, Limited, 5:57: p. m.
I and is especially severe on roger\ as more than paid itself by publicity ''i, ", M.irinnlhi, '..'.r lor nolle'"f..dd: 'box i seats. Mr.\ Logan, who emphasizes OIMIAIRED WJlo'E110/ D :MATE Wannee Branch-

citrus and tomatoes. Spraying with iven. year, just 188 eggs. The sire of this he has no interest in the plant GETS 10 TO 20 YEARS No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m.

tobacco extracts is a common remedy. I Escambla -Bluir Springs farmers Juliet has 10 daughters at the college other than the possibilities it offers in Bandits Caught--in Jacksonville toi I No. 101 arrives Starke 3:15: p. In.

,Such extracts vary in strength. are shipping quality strawberries and fiultry plant with an average egg the development of Duval cou'nty'sba'k Serve in Separate Prisons I T. J. GRIFFIN,
Nicotine sulphate Is highly concentrated eying excellent prices taking the ecord of 189 eggs, the high-record country and the whole state, Agent.
and is used at a strength of I larket wherever they go because of tae having 225 and the low one 05 agreed to supply a number of farmers New York, May 10.-Mrs. Celia ,
1' I! part to 1000 part of water. If one he excellency of their product. I ICrcvord ggs. Nearly 100 of the eggs from present at the meeting enough seedsto ("ooncy, bobbed hair bandit and her i naouua in 14\'o."upatmn to 31 Days:tureq
hum only few rosa bushes, the fol- I I this "Florida Lass" have been in- plant -one acre in Florida alfalfa asbnnd: and partner in crime, Ed- "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is
a 81et'II'IJy.
lowing will no doubt be found cons -'About 700 acre off fcjbuted, proving highly fertile and In order they may make their own experiments ward Cooney, were sentenced todayt prvpuredSyrupTonicLaxa'.lveforHabitua'Conrtipntion.

venicnt and efficient. roves are being sprayed to control reducing big, vigorous chicks with it. ) serve from 10 to 20 years each in It relieves promptly bm
I I Use the tobacco extract as mentioned J elanose, bordeaux-oil being used Florida Lass has been mated to her I Following his five years experi- prison by County Judge Martin, of should be token regularly for 11 to 21 daysto

,. and make a strong solution of riostly, altho lime-sulphur Is a close I! own sire,,for two-thirds of the breed- mentation with it, Mr. Logan has announced ;Brooklyn.Mrs. Kegulates.:induce!: regular Very action.Pleasant ItStimulaterend to TakJ. 6fc(
soap suds, or pour a little kerosono econd. |I ng season, and is now mated to a he Is going to plant at least \ Cooney was sentenced to( per bottle. .

into a bucket half full of water. Go X )ckerel carrying half her blood 1--------- _____u __ ______--- ---------- ---
Putman Most Watermelon =--.7::
grow.rs ------- -
over the rose garden carefully and ines. The last hatch from her eggs
cut off all the roses with a pair of are preparing to spray with lave 100-percent-strong chicks and
ordeaux. mixture to prevent anthrac- .
I scissors, allowing them to drop quick. t jne have died in thu brooder.
ly Into the bucket. Disturb the biossomn ene. l Many potato /fields are' being This season, one of the leading

, and bushes aa little ns possible planted ing is, finished.MarionOne to feed.crops as soon as dig- lutings of this strain of Rhode U. S. R.oyal CordsUNITED

/ while doing this, BO as not to scare land Reds has been a pen of three
the insects away. Pick off all the of the countys' best year-old cock,nine yearling hens and
bloHsoms and buds that have openedat nickers has deserted the ranks of the /fc.ne pullet which have never shownfcny

all. Then look over the patch and 'jgin-its" and is rejoicing over hav- inclination toward broodiness. STATES TIRES ARE GOODHERE'S
pick all the buds that aro about to ng stopped an outbreak of anthrac- /H ne of these hens, No. 322 over two TIRES

open. These need not be destroyed, OHO in his watermelon field by sprayng gears of age, laid in January 17 eggs,
i but they should be carried out of the with bordeaux mixture. PI February 20 eggs, in March 24Hg /
rose garden. In other words, pick the ., and for the first half of April\ the standard of value in q

entire rose crop thoroughly, taking Volusia-County fair association Jin egg every day. tire equipmentmade in

care not to scare the thrips away. Apply met Monday a"hd laid plans for the I i 1 Dr. N W. Sanborn, in charge of the all high-pressure sizes from 30 3V4
erection of x
the remedy once a week. additional buildings and oultry work of the College of Agri- l
grandstand. kjlture, urges the breeders of the inches up and in Ban-Type forthose
Alachua-We have had a series of State to hatch so as to get laying who want low-pressure tires

j By Spud Johnson airy schools this week; still stres- kiaturing. about November 1; to sect and don't want to change wheels and

Read in the papers the other day ing the program of "The Cow, the '| ana breed from the earlymaturng rims. Also
something about a campaign they are ow and the lien." I pullets; to trapnest the most U. S. Royal Cord Balloon Jj/41/ f4'

; conducting In some of the cities and remising breeders through hatching Tires for 20, 21 and 22 inch rims. l//
1 Walton-Our peach growers were season; and to toe-mark the chicks,
communities and to get everything all cleaned I isy thl week making the second (PWO or three wears' work of this All made of latex treated cordsa 1' jai'
up painted up, spick
.iI. span. And, I not to wondering about 1 I he praying curculio.with lime-sulphur to control t reduction rt should increase; the average egg new and patented process of tho Ij v11I+ I M
I ( the advisability of such a thing for | over percent, he says. United States Rubber
--- I ---"' Companythat I
i our nock of thn woods connecting it Lake Cucumber growers are
with to the housoy. f NEIY\ adds great strength and wearing 1 ,
j our campaign swat k raying to control fungus discuses; FLOlUJA{ I
j I rdcnux mixture is the spray for this quality. 1I I
Tho more I thought about it, the ) irpose. I -r .
'. more I liked the Won. Just to deter I ALFALFA TO i
mine how much we need such a 1-] I U. S. Tirc ere the only tires L1 1'' 1 ;,

campaign over our way, I went down \ I in the world made of cord I1.I.I', ..y'

I I to the store the other afternoon andI uontrol the boll weevil; they are moro BE TESTED solutioncd in raw rubber latex 4 I t'ItII"
I looked around. The school, which 'tcrniined, than ever to control this I j
''I+ closed last week, looked a wreck, with lost. -

I I paper scattered all over the grounds, POULTRY BREEDING FLA. SEED SAMPLES IN BIG
Ir I ; roads wero lined with unsightly sign 1 11
| ,
The fences needed repairs badly. And t'u Itl
J this hardly begins to tell the dins I The poultry department- of the_- Lake City and Tampa Men Investigate 1, i

orderliness I noticed. I, dn of Jacksonville Alan's .,.
College Agriculture is building: r.+
I 1 When I got to the store I pretended ;>;) a flock of high-record laying, Discovery Buy U. S. Tires

to bo busy, so o, not to attract attention ;) nglu comb Rhode Island Reds This Following the announcement of fromANDREWS

I I but I was looking things over. has been done through eliminating discovery of Florida alfalfa, a plant & WAINWRIGHT

Most of tho autos parked around the I I 'oodiness, breeding for early maturi- which experts believe will revolu- STARKE, FLORIDA
store were shabby and muddy. Their ||I'l and retaining in the breeding tionize the cattle and dairy industries J I'

owners appeared just about as shabby '',J,jcks those hens that persist in in Florida, requests for information ----- '
and I am sure A little cleaning-up and welve months' laying. ,
samples are being received from : .
paintlng-up would have been In order i I I Among tho outstanding birds is a all parts of the state, acording to J. --

for their persona! appearances. || diet that laid 113 eggs from Novem- : J. Logan, chairman of Mayor Alsop's
But those guys could find time for I I 'r 1 to March 31. The dam of this agricultural committee.Mr. HELP HELP '

nothing but talk about who would bo |j diet laid in tropncsts, in her pullet Logan, one of the largest farmers .

elected justice of the peace, county in the state, is the discoverer of
commissioner -0. ymuillO kJt .tol /.lUbt If t lift*J
tax assessor, etc. They the alfalfa and has been
experimenting I
n..u. of Its too: mil 'latrrgy .tr.llt. .A
entirely ignored the things that need- 11V '" hRlJ l\) 01 ININfc neb Jill...." Iv M. <.n with it for live years. .
j ed repair right under their by. jnyon" rltnn'it cendn.4 manumit.. o. riuitign
noses andeyes. Mi-h'-lld.. E.W ( illl HIMuro I'h _N.! i As soon as the announcement was H,
That gang of men and young made Rex Crousdvll, secretary of the i
fellows who were loafing around, Lake City Chamber of Commerce, I i ;
there that Saturday afternoon could and, tho county agent of Columbia I (

easily have cleaned' up the entire com- { I She Wants a Husband county, in which Lake City is located, )' EfJ'lh I', ,
rmmity in a slntrlo day, or two days made a trip to Jacksonville to confer %

, at most. They should have been busy with Mr. Logan and to secure seeds! -=
In their field*-planting- crops, fl ;ht-i for planting in that section of the -

1. Jag grass and cultivating the soil state. I
I bqt if they just /got to quit the farm''' The mayor of Sebring and* D. 1,. '
1 on Sntijrdny afternoon and be totrether ,
Laird also of Sebrintr! have communicated
,I .j. ( I worder why they rnuMn't with Mr. Logan and askedfor
have their talks. while cleaning thin,!. seeds in order that the plant maybe 1Aey

up. tested in that section.
Accordingly I beirnn talking thinrt" L. C Powell, of Dradfurd county has .yr vr 1
over with Gus Weeks Hob Williams : .it'.so! written to Mr.\ Logan asking for
and Abu Larkiaa. We'll clean up, t further information and seeds. i iK.

paint, up and start plants and tree G. Moore, prominent business

We'll make things worth giving '.he i innn of Tampa, who declared in an
second look of those who pass this l interview here, that cultivation pf .
way. It will mean lots of advertising !thin plant would increase the value of --;:::-

for us. But best of all we'll know I land in Hillaborough county 400 percent ,

I ourselves that we have a community has returned to Tampa with
as clean as our cleanest\ house; and samples and seeds for distribution

that Is what Interests us most I nmong farmers of that section. j

\ : y \ K y "Everybody that has written. tone
permanently I ." Mr. Logan said "has emphaslzcd '
the importance of the
I tractiveness and public respect
, everything
and how much
cleaned it would increase the
up. *
value of their lands if it was found \ fi

Doc Hitler nays: It is not the crops they could grow this alfalfa, and) they

a you have grown but the crops you are figuring the increase on the valueIT I lli
t PCpi will prow that will put. you In the I i
envied class; the past is gone; the I
I The surest sign of worms in children Is
is .L
present fleeting the future is
; our \leek
paleness, of interest in play, frctful- '
hope. .a neon. ,, variable appetite) pirking at the @-
; I Miss Alyc McCormick. ot nose and sudden sinning til sleep. When I
floVorm.. la a ricditiiy Citiw Omaha. Neb. in New. York on u these symptoms sppvnr) it is time to (rive =
r /.4chiMrra* troubled with 't,-m1 Fatnn ua- I visit, announces to the world that White's Cream Vermi/unp. A few doors
krs.dty! ] "htrwhkalndketnlasrlto. I! .' andoa. she husband. doves out the worms and puts the little ,
,,> '*. tl.ii* u ate'. nrle.. Mou,..:h di.t'biinr* wants a "The principal one on the road to health again White's .
.,. r.*!'. :: \S1KUSSCHIU.. '11. 4i r ,I. .. -f.".i>r.lir... wwk wi nr .'. i -o.tii Connie It. "is that he must be. a fears of succeouf Una. Irice35a. fluid tjr
.. Mason.
r" dltentluu.ud seta tarn .L.i j I
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'i..I r t lhe whdUyst'Tu .jturv wl'rrheei ''W'et.aTlR -
thrnwrnred4oetthewwmrandr..Chudwtnb. S
i Y perfwt .k.eka. Plr..et_ _lae ado. p.becdo

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success in the general election. I I ___ .. -
: :i medicine and that ha had no idea haw j Pdlm City-$150 009 drainage pro
more you all for ho wan poisoned. Mrs. Milton went :i ject nearing completion.

your splendid loyalty and friendship. BOuW i L@Nt" to Plant City where she was arrested I II Jacksonville Nuntone Product*

CAMPAIGN COM "OSCAR W. UNDERWOOD." She is being held under a charge ofmurtl..r. I Company, only recently organized, to
Arrangements for Old Age j Sluni'd t> HT:>PV Not i
Comprising the preliminary I
executive campaigncommittee tfETHOB! a Time 01 iMmir..< ami .Suffer In a cnlnrHo plant to care for rapidly Increasing
which will have state 1 hiNumg have not been announced I business.UoLmid" .

MITTEE NAMED heul following The :Miltona had been married only
A I many jie '1'11'' bt-jrin to suffer *l school building! planned.
I! II. H. Wells Chipley chairman n few months, it ia said.BOM'S middle at.:,' ... .ill 0: rntaiit tmckache
/ &Gov .
Flans for an intensive state-wide Mr. B P. Council Lake Worth,' vice- : ME\slJUK: SKNT I I I Weak kidmyare usually the March increased 100 per cent over .

campaign to give United States chairman. ; James L. Giles Orlando; I When the boll weerils come from TO BUDGE nun uc ,, cause and it m kmti-d, time u danger thone of preceding month

Senator Oscar W. Underwood of Mrs. T. M. Shackleford, St., Tampa; their winter quarter after a fast of ;tof hanli d aitcuvM, din|"t.y, !gravel Ll'eHburlt-HiKh nchool building to

Alabama a sweeping victory in Florida Josiah Ferns, Orlando; Mrs. Kathrme several months they hrse no time get Washington, May 8.-The soldier of liTight'a\ d( -('llsl'. Help your weakened be erected and
I' Hag to feeding trrounds. As their bonu bill kidneys with a stimulant diuretic grounds improved at
transmitted tha
as its presidential candidate were B. Titfrcts St. Peterburg Noble was by
I ; choice and \trtimlly only "dish," Isectttro. i before kidney disease got. a '\t'm held I cost of $100,000.
made In Jacksonville Tuesday at u I Calhoun, St Augustine; Mrs. John T. they qulclrly fly to the nearest White House to the budget! burenu Use DOli II'It I'ills. Thnusandu of old

state convention of his supporters at I Fuller, Orlando; Fred T. Myer, Tallahassee Held and [bi'glu cle\ curing the for picpuratitm of estimate of the folks recommend Donn's.

Hotel Seminolo. State Senator Harry ; !Mrs. Harry Hauck, West plants. Feeding may take plats on cost of the measure and for study by I I L.Her H.is Eaitrwtn Stnrke proof-retired I J. U FRAZEE

II. Wells, of Chipley, was named Palm Beach; W. C. Sherman Banana the ssecl IcaTes or the regular le&.esIf officials of tho treasury department i man, Main St., says. "I had'raveling trouble ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR

chairman of a strong executive com I City; Mrs. J. W. McCollum, Gaines The any Insect have developed. 1 and the M'terans bureau. I' with ir>' kidneys. Their W\II: sorone AT LAWPOSTOFFICE
mittee, with Mrs. David Pendleton ville; F. R. McCormack Live Oak; the extreme Up usually of the are plant In If White House officials expect tho s acrosi my nark and I felt pretty I BUILDING
lame. I Milfett-d with in
severe pHinn
Council, of Lake Worth, vice-chair Mrs. Gordon Keller, Tampa; Marshall feeding happen to take place at tbe measure to bo returned and be laid my head too Donn's Pills he'pcd BTARK FLA.NOTKK .
man, by the delegates to the Jacksonville Price, Cocoanut r.roveIra.; \ J. II. point where the two seed laare before 1'reaident Coolidge within me from the start. One box of Uuan't I

convention. Grant Fort Lauderdale; John W. branch the plant frequently dies, but three or four days. The ten day cured me." I

Nearly three hundred men and I Henderson, Tallahassee; !Mrs. E. N. tbe feeding eUewhera has little effect on period allowed the president to acton Price 60c. at all denlei. Don't I Sr.le.l Mila. will b.TO> received BIDDGHtl by the Boardof
plant'* growth. Feeding continual for .
the bill will expire May 1C. I Imply a kidney r"m"'b'--lCrt< llond Truatiwi of Bradford County. Florida.at .
women from all over the state of Hale, Chipley; Judge Robert W. In these places until square appear I Doanrs I'lllnthe mumII 1 ":it Mr. tha office of tha avcrvtary nf tha Board atSlnrko.

Florida attended the convention it j Davis Gainesville; Mrs. F. W. Kirt- when they attack them. As long a* The president is not expected toI Eastman hnd 1.' < i I. Mi'lu.iit\ '' Cu,, Klorl.la.. until. 1:00: o'.lock| p. m.
; Julia 10th. Him. anil at that tlmo publiclyonvned
being the first time in the history of I land, St. Augustine; f'. J. Fearnside there Is an abundance of squares not make known his intentions with respect I Mfrs., Hul.u ', N Y for tha furnlahlnM of Una Lluhfcrrnetor
punctured the developing bolls are to the till -until he acts but not to oxeaeMl Two Tona In waluht,
the state that the women have j Palatka; Mrs. R. M. Shearer Orlando; practically free of Injury but when tin. thru* way/ road drafflllildara .
Will H. Price Miami Mrs. Laura V. some of thoHO clone to the executive I II to furnlnh comploto alxwlfl'atlonauf
Joined hands with the men in a ; the weevils puncture a majority ot :, ,," th* .aiultment| blil on. and th* prie* ofaam
presidential campaign. About one- Riche Bartow; R. II. Rowe Madison; ,the square tba lnsact' begin attack:* arc making no secret of their belief ,..r' ., fliiltvarwl a.t Htarka.. Florida.
Ing the boll. I that he will veto the measure. i. ,, Th. Hi aril rvaorvra the rlilht to rJi-ot. any
Mrs. F Pensacola I I
half of the campaign committee of Harry Maneely ; ; : -. i..r nil lilila.. 1
I Aa long as the femala weevils bay.
fifty-four members is composed of Y. L. Watson Quincy; Dr. Grace nothing to eat but leaves they show Washington !May 10.-The soldiers' t. ; ATTEST; R':. S MATTHEWS.Chairman: *1\\

prominent women. Whitford Ozona; W. A. Dopson ,no tendency to lay eggs, as they must bonus bill aa passed by contrast f; mJ1 y I C. A. FUTCII

Florida !Macclenny; Mrs. W. L. Denton obtain food from squares before the ultimately will cost I Iii 8flr...lary. 1.II'S'-8.8.
owes it to herself to send $0,700,000 over aperlol : -
Tampa; T. V. :Moore !Miami; Mrs. .1. eggs develops After the eggs begin of c10! the iaJir 1nt ii \STFKH 8\l.BNutleu
to the Democratic according to
national convention to develop practically all the food years, U harntiy aiven that unilor, ami by
Kent Johnson Tallahassee; R. F. figures ,'. vlrlurv. uf tlmu cirletn nnnl denra. ot fora
in New York a delegation that will of the females li obtained from th* prepared by tren urj intuaries
oli"auiff.. mmle, Knil intered. on tha 2Ut day
D. R.
Mitchell I'ensacolaIrs.! .
vote solidly for Senator Underwood ; [squares' as they bore the cRg cavities. for President CoolM c. ThtieI'ncurcs 1m' r; of April. A n' ll>2< by. lion. A V. Urn*.
Austin. Foi't,; Pierce; W J. Hillman The male weevil however remains to .luilue i>r tha Miihth, Juillclal l ;'Int"jn'L' In anil
are expected
and it was freely predicted that if the play nn nnpoitnnt
for llrHilfniil I lorlila, In thnt curtain
Alabama statesman could be nominated I Live Oak; Mrs. II. D. Blackshear on a square for some tlmo pucturlnff !part in the president'* anticipatud paima, ::\ :; UlKKa.: I la eoniplHlnant*
Panama City; Dr. J. D. Watkins It over and over until H begins to ;.II al nnd n. C Sttiat anil Hula A. Swrat ha' wife.nru .
he would be elected. It was become dry.'Veevlls veto of the bill now before di-fvnilnnta. tha undiirnlunod. will offar
also predicted that Underwood would :Muanopy; Miss Ruby Pierce, West regularly take moisture him. The actual nomunt to aid fur .alci anil mll to tha hlichmt bliMnr for
c-n.h In front of tha Court Hiiima diwir laNtarko.
Pulm Bench M L. Lake
; Plympton, Ifrom dew or rain drops on the leave soldiers' beneficiaries amounts *
carry Florida overwhelmingly at the only 'IlinilfnrJ I ( ounly. r lorliln, un Mnnilaythi
June when Florida I II City; Mrs C. E. Hood, Bartow; U. A. and other parts of the plants. to $3,700,000,000 the rest being taken KI.A.. 1HSINKSS;:; IMVhltSirt I Jn.l polls on 3rd ,
anlu 1 for th of aatlafylnic
I.ightsey Bartow Mrs. R. M. The first sign of Injury of cotton CONDUCT SI; :\I\IJoU; :.SCHOOLC'liihHiH lioum of iniriMM* -
Seymour 10 .
; .
I voters hold its Democratic primary, j up by interest and administrative illlil flnnl drone. tho fi>lov! tnilimrlliiiil
, !Miami; W. L, McKinley, Camp- squares la want Is called flaring. This real mtate lylnu/' and hi-lni In llra.l-
William Jennings Bryan was Is the spreadIng outward of the three chnr/es: :! m all dtpiirtmentM will I In- Tord. Cniinly. .'lor I.In, to-wlt : Tha BBVt! of
sensationally denounced by Major I bellton; Mrs. W. N. Hull Miami; W leafllke divisions of the shuck enclosing Assuming the \population of tho tha NWVt of Station 4, 'rnwn.hll> 7, South
I L. conducted throughout the summer Ultima ttJ Kiut.: eontalnlitM ID aerea mor* orliHia
Alex St. Clair Abrama of Jacksonville Straub, St. Petersburg; Mrs. the square The square also United States at 110,000,000, the per A Inn, tha EH of the 8Wli of the
"the Howard Ives Lake City; George O. turns yellow at thl time. Flaring capita cost would be $(H the months and with the aid of electric NK;H of Mention 7, fownnhlp T, Suuth. Rani*
sinister influence over
aa most usually takes place from two to three 2J rnet: contalnlnti 20 nerra mora or I...
Butler West Palm Beach Mrs.
I in the Democratic party". Major ; I days after the egg( has been placed sixty' year period or one dollar per 4-lcvutors electric fan and equipment o"I.I the followlnil I !panonal property: tu-wltl
, Herbert Folkel St. Augustine; Mrs. loir art and, hnrneaa ettmpMa, on* lanr*
Abrams paid high tribute to Under In the square Virtually all squares year our students will be kept mnifortable nil* bay mara tnula nantad "Mate" and aa1*
! Vernon Smith, West Palm Beach; M. which haTe been fed upon or hava nlna 'r.... nna lama aim, black hora* mul'*
wood, as did every speaker who appeared Necessity of a sinking fund created all
W. Ulmcr, Largo; Mrs. Mary (T. V.) I eggs placid in them drop to th* summer. I namailTata" and ava aavan yrara. on*
the of bonds to blaok puny aim mar mule namail; "Kit" av*
on program. government reach a total
Moore, Miami; J. G. Pace, Pensacola; ground. Usually U U about a week Now is the time for high school 111 yrara, ..n. bay pony alt* ntula namUKat
Colonel Robert W. (Bob) Davis, of from tha time a square racelva* anKg of about $2,1>CO,000,000 at the end of *" and aaa t.n .
I Mrs. Lorenzo W. Baldwin, Jackson I graduates twu'hers, and others to yaaraK, A .ORFEN.Hpaclal .
Gainesville, was elected chairman of until It falls. 20 years to finance payments when ,
the convention and W. J. Bivena, of ville; F. M. Turner, Penaacolaj: Judge I Test hava shown that the we vll insurance policies mature, will be called prepare for the excellent positions I ,.a-41L-i.80 -' -MaatarORDKR

H. H. Taylor, Key West; Judge John Sea, Island or Egyptian cotton FOR I'UDI.ICATION
prefers fall.
tho thut will bo waiting in the early
Tampa, was chosen secretary by an to president's attention by the t
O. Culpepper Perry Dr. E. C. Lowe to any of the upland AmarleaoTarltles ; In Circuit Court, fttat* of Florida.' KlihthJu.llclal :

unanimous vote. Colonel Davis is Key West; Judge ;Hal W. Adams but .mong the Utter M Secretary of the Treasury Mellon. At Tho demand for thoroughly trained '*ryFarmera. Clrault, Bradford County. In Chaa-

one of the state's outstanding Demo choice Is shown I the end of 20 years the government I young men and young women office et Dealera Bank, aorporatlon -

!Mayo; McQueen Chairs, Old Town; The boll weevil I I. sometimes found oraanlaad and #xlatlna. ?
crats and Was associated with Under A. would put the accumulated $3,600- : helpers Is so urgent that those who iindar tha lawa of the Stat* of
P. Jordan Punta Gorda L. A.
; other than cotton and ha
on plants
wood in Congress several years ago. 000,000 bonds on the market at the are planning to prepare themselves j FlorMa.Complainant..
Wingate, Fort Myers. bean obl ned In okra bloom*. How- .
He welcomed the women into the aver, It has never been known to prevailing interest rate, now estimated for this kind of work should lose no -

campaign, saying they would be an Resolutions adopted by the convention place egg in other than cottO'DlIQuarel at between four and five percent. time in making the start. Banks, J. J. Blerrlcke IWemlant', .at ala. ,,

important factor in the election. pledging! support for Senator and euoris to foro It to do Forty year bQJtdsCould bo the logical 'ruilroodn wholesale' houses automobile h.I': ri.rnn.'h : : JP' tt ]

,State Senator Wells and Mrs. Underwood and passed unanimously .o have ruled.Further I issue, according to treasury experts, manufacturer* and agt-tiU ami. .. Wrlllht .n,1 ,It..b Wrl..ht h.p h..I"d.. tI..olnd.

by the convention follow: I Information may ba obtsln thus M. I'... .nd J..h". I'.r,. h.r h..b.n..
Council were elected to the campaign state rol- extending the bonus liquidation many others nro railing on ilK almost .
I from the county agant A nnl.. I..n.y. .n,1 E..n 1I.ln.y h.p
committee offices without a dissenting "Whereas, it .has become evident ra of agriculture or the National over GO years.Treasury I daily for our students at excel!lent Inmhiinil 4h* ili-frnilnntn thun-ln nnmntl .N

vote. Senator Wells has served that the vast majority of'the men and II Weevil Control Association. Room olllcials pointed out that salaries to begin. We guarantee Iliir nnnrMlilimU.r. rrnlili-nU at the of Sl.Hnmuwlnk.l. of FlurtiU.S'.!. and ofiwnnrln

twelve years on the state Democratic I women of Florida are earnestly\ des'ir'ous JMO Whitney butl<1lne. New Orlean. the bonds should not bo given to entjre satisfaction and guaranteed <: unit nrf> nvvr the ,ftv. of twvntr0n .-

committee and declared that Under- of the nomination and election of I bonus) beneficiaries in lieu of cash because I positions 6r refund tuition. Write nnnn-vlili. yrftr*
wood "knows more about tho affairs i''Hon. Oscar W. Underwood of Ala CHARGE OF SLA YIO/i/ MATE \ In ffM ontmn nn nr bf-for* MimilHV. tho
of -the government than any other bama, as president of the United i veterans would sacrifice the bonds at upeclnl enrollment blank. Address! 211 h ilny of IItOY A I). II4 otlwrwlM thalloKntlont

man living". Mrs. Council stated !States, and"Whereas Tampa, May"" 10.:.Held on, the !I I fur under their! fare value to obtain W. II, Iladd.ioli, J..ial.'nt.UII:\ Ijiw .feflni-il by unlit of .ilnfinilnntIt .lil "II will. b* t.k.n M eon*

that she believed in Senator Under-1 the members of this charge of murdering her husband ready cash That it was declared, ftxchnngtJliilldmg: .Iu<'ksonvillo, I''lti. U .furthi-r. nnlrrdl. thut thll euttNMtiitlvewiikfl onhir bepiiliiuhiil
iinov it wf .k| for four'
wood because of "hla courage, com-i meeting called together by the Mrs. Daisy Milton, a fourteen-year- would result in tho collapse of other In Ih* Rrnilrnril' County Ti'lttrrsph .
Tlldenvillevoted. $:I.,011(1( M,hoid. bonds pnlillah In ..101) sntl8tnl
mon sense and integrity and the Underwood committee of 1912 are old country girl, according to ofllcers government paper' and precipitate a'' m wnpapi-r... County

soundest statesman the Democratic i fairly representatives of the voters is said to have cuntr-HHed. to Short) ,,rlous situation. Thin April' Z2nil. IIHIU .
W At.r>KRMN.IS. .
party has presented in fifty jears". M
The convention set Monday, May it is the sense of this shu placid one tablet of poison 'In run from I 10( million to 20 million .,.""""'" m _""' ''''I Dy O A. KNICIHTDt>l>uiy/ CUrk.r .

6th us tho date for the formation meeting tri.-it if the name of lion. Til u i..p of ioi[<.v whliii her husband, dollois the first year. It was stated M mirNS.Pf.llrlllnr \\

of Underwood Clubs In every county, i Oscar W Underwood of Alabama, iapicsonUd L.HI i .,..Itoll, drank. lie died last the lieuvieHt cost will be on the war LET THIS TONIC for Cnmi-Ulnunt: 4-2IS-f I

the state i'lu/iultty: lioHintnl t I, .kcl.t'id, !. d"llLIlll1Ient which will need probahly MI-TICK OF MAHTRR'B: flAI.R
town and voting precinct in ; to the American people in 1,1 a > "
REBUILD YOU II r.lo.I n "KU f I. nlvi-n tlmf un Ivr I I/
of Florida to carryon the campaign Nuvemhir. ho can be elected president According to the Klrl wife she had :'!,0M( ) extra clerks to figure bonus payUKHI 01.I I..n t llnl' r.'Hun final ilrarao ofI. .
.. I ,,. .... oJ. ur. mil.) by theI.I.I'i. nf I Ih. I .'.
.. r.pr" ,, .I h wftrkI
from Alabama. quarreled with her husband and desired "" r. <
in favor of the senator nf thi,> United States and ,
..'" .1"" ", or'f "I "114' 4 ut niI I" Hi" n! I '"M "ill of llraiir.nl Couniv, V: ni"
Thi/'se clubs, speakers declared, will "\\hccix. Hon. Oscar XV. Under- to "make him sick." She placed ... -- .""". '" .",,, r .". ....,......."I Ifow.iprrinieMii i'n' ''' ''iv "MlinK, in the I'l I.I ilnv nf \i, .II.
.... ,. ..., I' I "I 1 In ( i.r I F. I liiim
io Stop a Cou hI :/u'.f( .vrr li it < (!" y '" II-IT i-
be the main factor toward the carry- wr"d is !known to all the people to i tho potion in a cup of coffee expci't- .,"' t..v. n.. ,f 'ul or,..". .r.. 'r- :mil I, iinil, ftitnin t Antm Cmtnntt. u*
Underwood. I ing to make him ill but she declared ike HAY I':.''' IIEAIJNCJ ':.'. ".' .' (O (Iou "'','''''1.1..".... it* r..iiiitiniI I1'1 I-
il ,
!lc\'jt the
of the state by of
n< ( to highest ideals
intr .. ,
nn' li OHxllcuiu Willed Stopt tiki .. ''I', IUCIM -,..", anil ...10..* I li> ,mud, .m Kiinil.. nn HlitHnl M..p. will
n vI
IF. Clay Crawford, secretary of the Americanism, with a clean public and'' to Sheriff Logan, with no intention of lieulmrf the liilljmud! and ."' ........,. .I... Mtut. '> ,t..r- < ff.'r fur Mni< 'In front fit tniimirtfmlMe. Iniirlv
to' killing him. I I ] mil'uuj i < .....ry "", .hlr ut to KII.irnnti't. urcutlyJinnit IliuMn" ilurllitf the ,feirnl, hour .'fni
state of Florida sent a telegram |private record upright and courageous A box of OKOVES O-r-LN-lH/t I.f I. -*' reiiiili'* /In 4.1 Miiliiii iliiti/ Matirln .,' .m M.n.liiy HID 'nil rtny nf Juit. A. p
the convention stating that Under- | dear to us because ha ia our Shortly after becoming ill, Milton AI.VK for Chest Colds, Ilmiil ton' > <.IHII* .n,1! *.Y.r. <;oliU .M.Ii IK.-1" 'n the hlifhrnt. nn| tx-t hMiter. for CMh.

wood had qualified to make the race ;neighbor, nn ideal American and we was removed from his home at Croup l I.i enclosed with every 1 txIIAYKS' ..CtflfrpV.. DRUGGIST :In tin flip fulluwlnlr\In tin.: roiinly llmrrlti;4 il' lira.Kuril iimpirly and ltual aisle i) .:I!

'II Winter Haven to tho Lakeland IIEAUNQ HONFY Tin ASK YOUR I I 1..rliln, ...-...It.I. !
I for the presidential nomination believe that he as president will be' t'lou.il;, bo rulux-il, on Ihobc' t mid II! r> i iat ..,.. it. n. f. anil H, In ""look I ; a Inn tolai

Senator Underwood although unable too big to he sectional, too courageous hospital, where phynuians soon determined I, children ufTtrlnJ( from a Cold or ('nTho FOR 101 TONIC nil i in n n linvllimn u. 31. 22 i,, 7m.n; tu 94 the, ,In lawn Olnek' It r

to attend the convention sent a i/ to bo faltering and too upright he wai u victim of poisonI I IInA' hralln4 rfTvt "f llnye.' Ilaalint HUIK i if Th.\II'ROVJn Ionic' for Mnln.rla. '" ,1-1.. r.'Unix' nt Itril'lfuril' >Ut> of ClorllU' I
wire his It was read to bo dishonorable and I Ho lingered nearly a week making li- |l"'' Illniac.f ;rrihllti-d: with thl h-n'lug'' : t e.hilla ami I.*v.r, < olill. anil I.. HiilI. niMltlnn' h..... In flmtlon 2n.< Tp. t, South
to supporters. mean. ( uvi' tM'ao Irnii* Knlvo Ihruuilh Ui* pun'ti C rl* >pa. Il .la 'Suto an by Colonel Davii and it is as follows: j, "Thercf be it resolved that this a statement" that hu had taken no i o t. ii "",0.1>>1.uwuh PRICE A. f.. APKINB.It .
I I > rfrnwH"* arepnckrd In 01'rartoa nail ica A l.tlKF.H, Hpaatol' Maatar.i .
"I am very grateful to my friends meeting hereby form a working ---- -- -- *t of i ujmlilnad treatment In:3flc f 25c : >,Mi,'linr for ciimplalnnnt. IilStHAOnm

throughout the state who ore gathered ,organization with all necessary and I __ I Ju.1 t auk your tlruggUt/ IIM ILAYL- -" >RR TOM" PlJi"ICA-TION-

together today to organize/ in the proper committee to curry out the II"J\JJNG HONE In rirriilt, rourt. Stnl of rinriita' Hlnhth
II .1..1.. "Inult. llnulfonl County. In enso*
interest of my candidacy for the purpose of the body and hereby eery.

presidential nomination, and I wish to i pledges it elf as an organization and | P II 'C. AMrrman.i .
!! < 'mplaliiant.Anilrrw .
convey to them my deep appreciation. ;as individuals, to secure the nomination ... I
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such t I'hllllpe at .l.
"My cauSe has been accorded j of Hon. Oscar W. Underwood of I'ffriiilanlaT .

a splendid reception in the North, Alabama by the Democratic National Ibwl -- r -.,- --, ,, Anilri.v> .r. Phllloa. A. J. rhlllr*. fl. A.
John f t '. anil wlf f.aun ,
r .to .. .6ol y I .n. O I.ana. Imvlil II
East and West, that I feel confident J Convention of June 1021\ for the I L''i' firrirw. Iliatar A. 0....... aJmlnlatrntHw nffh

it ia only for the Southern next president of the United States. -... .. ralati' at Davlil I*. ileraaMiil. O W
necessary How gladly I welcome I A. MelUa anrl. ..If. F. M: McUnItnbart
states to stand by me to win the I "Therefore he it further resolved verdant tin I' AMhar. J. M .....1'. If llvlnic. ami If d..ai|.
iprinif onion that nhniln thihiHni. ".vl._. trrant.... or nthar ellmanta .
nomination. i that this meeting diivcta its campaign o'er my garden ILK capable or othnrwaa. anil to all unknown partlrrlalmlnff .

"The support which ia being given | committee to take into every county breath./-It'* good fer my cold' ar..v. lnt.rat whataoavnr In) the .bkiutahrrrln
atri1ieil.' rallilnnta. tha raalilnnae. ol
me by delegates in Maine, Pennylvania j and present it to all the people of or to poultice my bunion and I whom e.r. unknownCIIRRTINGfl.

!Missouri Iowa Arizona'' Florida this message of opportunity help to postpone Avhen I'm I
fllrtm' with death! Its virtue no Vou anil *auih of you era ban-by nqulrtd to
and other states which have selected and hope of the Democrats of the nation rare, that I glaily, repeat 'em. h. anil t., aurxar befara tha Juiliin oftne
(Irrult. rnurt In
anrl for Mra-lforil
their delegations, have obliterated to resume control of our national althouirh they are cany and well! Klor rta. nn Ida 7th oI.J01/ July. A. D. IDI4.at .
sectional lines. | government through the nomination undermood,-I challenge: the tho Ciiurt U...._. In anlil' (:xianty In .'uk.,
IItron"hold" of scienc to beat Horl.ln.. to an...er a Dill of fiimplnlnt .,.
naturally cherish the hope that :( and triumphant election of our great 'em in uplift exclusion perfumery hltill.il, avalnit you In aalil Court. by if. O.
Florida and other states contiguous statesman, O..carV.. Underwood.. and food! What matter ifrlemln 'ha rmnnrl Itrailfonl County Talearaph. wawklyn

to Alabama which stood loyally by "(Signed) W C. Hodges, Dr. Grace ./ an* companion forsake '. .w.|>a|>ar putillHhait In Htarlta. Hraiiforiixtunty.

I me before will be with me again in'' Whitford W C. Sherman. In. II. H. me, or face t'other way when I "" (: >apar. Ktorfiln.In ..hloh la harnhy thla / notlv iimlwna.tail* ahall' Ha thniwar ba

'' the contest and splendid M..crl'ary: Mrs John T Fuller" toot my bazoo ? Of course I'll put,llahail for alitht eoi.*..utv. wM-na..
present your
repent if my sins overtake me, Tha liinila drarrlbarl In tha nil! of Ormptalnl
gathering today justifies the -- -- and set by myself in a far- In thla '"'.... tha tltU to whlrh ,la anua-hl to
<1 ba nu ctfil Birnlnit. tha abova ilafomlanta.
dence reposed in the people corner pew. Let neighbor era
conft-I' I L particularly draarlbail' a fiillowa.: to-wlt '
borne section. insult me by hold in' their no8 ea, .' '. All nf that portion of lot II. Irlna. north of
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Keep Your Bowels anti _hmtm' that '"polecat (U onthi '" A lfna ili-aeribed. aa folt wa Oimmanalna atpoat .
"All indications point to a increase"-the onion don'tsmell I '_, ft :\.r r on tha north boundary of lot II, 100 ft.wmt .
JII' 3. of tha northaul .or..p of lalil Int. running
cratic and the nomination of a like the j. ; : ,
year ottar of rones, but I on a..iiini.. fouth Rtt d-.raa weat aeroaaaald
. sound candidate upon a constructive' Regular the lend her admirers conLlntI I -< lot to want boundary. of aama <10 aerM.mnr .
mint and or laaal.: anil tha aouth half of lot 1
And while I i iam
! platform based upon the fundamental Peace r E'y. tJQ .crtai. ...,111.....a In thaaouthwi-at eomarof
, ronfltlDaVum lead. w m. phrIcitl bufu idyll and lyric I .
will insure ny lot A and lot 12 ISa..re..Dt. a.r.a In
principles of democracy .I ilia. If ym. tiffftp th* bow and deftly avoll any statements i the outhaant eornar All In flcrtlun M. Tp. S,
s'I,* opvn .n that claCh--I'rn quick to repel fJ / < li. K ontaln nil mlfiMolhir II a rae.mora .
FOB tTOBKI.Ml PEOPLETha duty you w>M/ f-trape many of th* or tana. aa th. ..m. aupcani ,In that
ordinary1 an I more eomroon 111*. any hysteric that enter I A f .arteln ...... rMonla In Danl. Hook. No. t.on .
best of workers get out of "sort I my kitchen an' fool with my /; I. pana ins if Ih- Public Racorda. ut llraii-
.hen the liver fails to act. They feel DR. G. B. WILLIAM'SLIVER hash! i '.. ..ri' ." i lord ( ounty. M., .rlda.
languid halr- ick. "blue" and d.-xoiinmi. d I .,.. .., .. Wltm-... my/ haml anil i.nl i.f ofll a thla. ,the
PILLS .. IKIth day of April, A. V lau.
and think bAY. :-.j\I..t! .
they are getting; I 7.. .
of these symptoms might: result in a sirk ara brat fnr eonetlpatlon. Indiaaa- II .. .. t ..tor. ., (Saal 1)a. Clerk rirault rourt.For .
pell, therefore the wnsihla! coune U to Uon. kldn billouanra..r comp4ainta*. baekoena. ), .Jtr.rand I -- ", zr: wI I Brcdfont County. ..........
take a doaa two of Ilerhmr. It is just : A. n* ADKIK9.
tha medicine or needed to purify th*. nvhU'ra At V.ar. Drufflafa II The b*.lb'!.; cine .he b* amMtrw ', Hollaitur. tat Complainant S-l-int-7-4

and restore the vim and ambition ofjMalth. PRICE 25c I : : of tieVI.it.: :I'.u.e. :i":" H\ar' I t'!: I'ttU tot for the:if.'ny i
Price 60c. bold by Fall Dlrwtiona on Evary Pa.ka... Da<' t jUL'h uiti! a niu'Vcrly: ; I.I3V kttS a S -. '.ig ha; for es..h. to Cur a Cold. in Onilaaa > IJ1I

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i; FRIDAY, IA16, 192C

ft...-,..".B EIGHT ---. -- -
the eastern part of town that is owned I Clyde EeDey: had business in Sampson my hand and seal this the 12th day Po.UIcJI Announcements I hereby announce re-election to the public to the that office I ama of
i candidate for
Bradford County TblegrapliV. by David Jonea, left for Palatlcathis Sunday. of May, A. D. 1924. -. county tax collector snbjeet to tne will of

s where will send Sam Parlay and Frank Townsend, CEO A. GARDINER, J. P. FOR STATE: SENATOR: the people at the cumin Democrati primaryelstiob
\ .- ::.: week they I to be held June 3, I 1\124. PromislnB.
thai friend To the LMnocraiK eru.n ef FlfUvataSenatorial the personal I. oourteoua u.d.ifelest
month of LaCrosse, were visiting if re-elected same
Q summer 12 1924. District ot Florida: I napxputly in ton
rKlv, and ntered d. Starke, Fla., May serve in the future as past.
bli1tf1eod wr Dr. Biggs, of Stark, was a professional here Sunday.PRIMARY \ Milan pear support lor iwovnlaataua taJune 1 will appreciate your vote n'w"Il'iA
To Whom 1C May Concern: .... aid :
at the pout primary a* your Stay u r tor E. Y1:8.!
f -eond class viaitor here this _tk. I sheriff uutrfet. ...ell _1>..- UM couatws of Brad- -
I Florida.TV ELECTION This ia to certify that am lord and Dawn. L;). *.. h.Vu.ut.BT candidate for
Starke myself a
office at ; Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott of Starke I brreby announce
and have
Bradford county
MANAGERS AND CLERKS: of Bradford county, oatc..f lax collector of
of Mrs. Scott' brother th. r..|ut of maop fricnda. 1 1I.ftb7 the. of the eoter* of the .......-
were guests iollclt support
M4I'THEW.o*"" ; been for over seven years and that .0......... myself aa a candidate for WSeast. and if elected I promise. a faithful dtecharwe -
Miter. L. I. Wynn last Sunday. Precinct No. 1, Laotey have never arrested Mitch Edwards .. from Bradford and Union count**, ty. of "'. duties of said olflc.: -poet.tar .
i. C. JLCBINON.------.1e.aatdag who has been ubjvct to r.be action, of UM IfemocraiMprimary submitted. B. M. DOWLlN.
Moselle McGruder O.II. Pearce, clerk; R. A. Blanchard for cow stealing or any other steal of Juno X. leu.UIIiI7 _
I attending school in Crescent City, J. T. Reddish and W. Fred Moore has been charged or oliot UM veto of ..,.., voter and jorobyprtuniaa COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. N' .. 1
EVERY FRIDAY ing; he never lila I will r.0d.r u... and faithfulrvioo I hereby announce myself a candidate for
PUBLISHED I pent the week-end here with hi Managers. arrested to my knowledge.He for UM peopl.! whom 1 ...p......" re-election to tha office of count eommia.slonrr .

_. parent? Precinct No. 2. Starke North was summoned by me as a J. T. ttAJtr.ti for District No.careful 1. Lawlry.and eonscientiou It re-elected.

SUBSCKIITIO.N RATE I R. L. Birt, R. M. Faver J. W. and W. E. Davis clerk; T. P. Wall, R. witness in a certain civil action I FOR SUPERVISOR or REGISTRATION 'I al\cnlloo will give to the th.same duties of th. olflc.l .* I han

Per Vear ._ __ _. ___ __ u_ $1i bt K. B. Waterson were visitors to A. Xewsom. and F. A. Scottmanagers. wherein Adam Andrews for R. 3. tot I re-election hereby announce M the that otlice I of am(upervuor a candidate of in the pal LOUIS H. HILL.

u. Starke last Thursday. and S. A. L. vciatrauon. U I am re-elected 1 anail eoo- At the 1I01I.ltall-r; ;; my friend, I hereby
. 7 Andrews was plaintiff binue to viva m, very beat effort toward candidacy for the offiea of
i Six Month -- Mr*. John Dyal, of Tampa, is willi-I Precinct No. 3, Starke SouthJ. Ry. was defendant. He appeared al :a<".". out the dull of the od,_ aup.ct- county announce commlsiiinner my. from Dlstr.et No. 1,

.-.. -. ting her mother Mrs. T. J. I,, Peek, clerk;. T. N. Kendrick, J. not defendant. fuliy._ C. A. KN1C.UT. Lat...,.. and solicit 'b. support of the voter
a witness as a the ". June 3rd. Ik
this week. W. Edward and A. W. Anderson, FOR REPfESENTATIVE-GaoUp ONE at prill" .PEulty. .
1 hereby announce ......, me a candidate
i Iy Ftro. Depew, state evangelist of managers. : Sheriff Bradford County, Fla. .i group one for nominauon fur the olfice. wfrt COUNTY COMMISSIONER WST. I
I IL ... ,n...',.. the lesuiature from bradfuii forrrt'ertion
th' Christian church: preached to a II Precinct No. t, Graham I in I hereby' announce myself a candidate
county. lubMct to toe action of toeLMunocraue commissioner from
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!I..r'audience at the Christian W. T. Mel' ver clerk; Chesley i BAPTIST CHURCH; BULLETINThe irimarV to be held June a,, 11U4. Dutrcl: No.for.'. county If selected. I will continueseine

1 Kunh' last Sunday at 4 p. m. Fogg, John Surrency and O. W. Dyal, services Sunday next will] .1 respectfully voter solicit and.the If aupiwrt elected., promiaa of allOtokucraUtt of the which district I am and.avaLI.county Respectfullyubmtted the bestservice .

A.f.. Hall, of Oglo Illinois, is a i managers. I on faithful and eoneclenttoua service.fc.Vfc.HETT J. M. BROWNLEE.
be of an interesting nature in the : :: M. JOHNS .
II I :.u.meii visitor here this week. Precinct No.: S, HamptonJ. I -- COMMISSIONER- ----DISTRICT M' .. I
I I morning, at 11:00: the young men'sclass rOB KEr-HEbOTATlYE: CUULP TWO FOR -
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Bedenbaugh that I am a candidatefor
I IJ V. Jones, clerk; Garfield Johns of the Bible school will conductthe 1 hereby announce myself ae a candidate I hereby announce eommlasioncr. District No. .. I
nave this week Mrs. li den- for a mtttnber of the House of Kpresentauveafruu county
ax guests B. and J1 II. .
llaynea Saxon manager member of
,J service These men, Bradford County. ...... group No. 2. have served the county as a
I young
b I II r.autfh'it brother Mr. Edwin Witt and Precinct. No. 6, Therensa I ..ubject to the Democratic primary of Juna :3.ijll. board! and sm willing to be judged by my rec
under the direction of their teacher, I. 1 earnestly solicit ,h.' support of the ord. If elected I promise faithful and Conscientious -
I I. I r-II. 4ab/ two little sons, Otto and Frederick R. C. Heiberger, clerk; C. A. Yourg- ours In the coming primary. If elected 1 service to the duties of the office.Keepectfully. .
,. Membership in National HighwayAisociation all of Lake City. blood D. W. Moore' and IL D. May, I :Mr. Quigley, are preparing to visit promise. to work fur the bat Interest of Bradford J. L. UNDERBILL.
J' I the country churches for the county and the state of Florida. RNp.ctfully. -
) I II Geiger Berry of Graham, was among W. O. DUVALL. I I
managers. of helping along thework.. I hereby anounc to the voters that I ama
I .- -- -- --- ----- transacting buslnesg here this week"' ('redndto.. 7, New River I purpose FOR COUNTY JUDGE I, candidate for the office of county. commis
I II It is a splendid thing they are giving : No. S. If elected to this
I Mrs C. A. of Lake 1 hereby announce myself a candidate forthe I sioner. D.striet
Durllng City W. M. Parker clerk C. M.
CITY Phillips
A BETTER LOOKING. : ; ,, themselves to, and the church will olfice of County Judge of Bradford ooun office 1 pledge my beat efforts at all time
\ I I --- viiitivl her sister Mrs. J. V. Jones D. W. Kelly and S. C. Crews,, .y. 1 refer the voters u uiy recurd : 10 the interests of the .0unJI''
A little paint, .hrubbery, some last Monday.Rev. be benefited by their part in the !the ........ I have held...this office In du"o.1 i ... W. PBEVATT.Fort .
manager and 1 earnestly eol. their support
thought and a few days' work have N. T. King filled his appoint. Precinct No. 9, Brooker exercises of worship on the Lord's coming primary. If elected i to COINTV; COMMISSIONER Diet. .NO.I ,
foro:: I for
I' f Day. I discharge tha duties of the office .beatuf hereby, announce myself a candidate
4 converted one of the dingiest cornersIn ment at the First Baptist church of D. M. Malphurs, clerk; A. L. Green, i m, ability according to law and without county commissioner from District No.4,
the to ..bright cheerful spot In the evening at 8:00, the Sun : fea.o o,._ __CEO. A. GARDINER._ I. comprising Hampton. Theresa and Graham
city: a / Graham, last Saturday and Sunday. G. B. Colson and J. J. Morgan, : _. sad if elected: will glv the district and
I I which everybody will enjoy pas.inK. Mrs. A. A. Durden and daughter, i' beams, under the direction of Mrs FOR SHERIFFI county the bet service I am capable of. I

\ Since It l Is to be used commercially Hilda, Mrs. W. B. Alexander and manager J. F. Kickliter, will give an interesting I hereby announce myself a candidate for solicit, your vote at lb. O.primary W. H1N3ON.June led
Sheriff of Bradford county, and U elected I' Respectfully
they will enjoy topping./ Many 'laughter, Wilma May motored to BOY SCOUT CHICKEN; "PILAU I program. The effort of the : promise efficient administration of the ...... I
I I little always appreciated,, I 'ids office., I stand for law enforcement.vriuslly 'FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. DIST. I
people will KO out of their way to Gainesville last Wednesday. I ..,.,I'ed to one and all without fear I I hereby announce myself aa a candidatefor
of iU attractive Troop One Boy Scouts of America,, and this announcement of their ur favor. 1 shall appreciate. the aupport of County Commissioner District No. Scompr.smg
visit the on Mr II. B. Wee .
place t and children
account .
w; If elect.ed.
accompanied by II. L. Brownlee, will be. the .0..... at the primary. June and Broker and New
"I appearance. They will infer MIllS Matryn and Gorden spent Sunday program on Sunday evening: W. M. IYl'tCHr EDWARDS. I promise a faithful and efficient performance
scoutmaster, F. A. Scott, chairmanof wecomed: by Both these serlees I of the duties of th* office, and will ,I
that people who have the taste and with friends in many. beat Interest of the
I hereby announce myself a candidate forreolretion work always
energy to express a sense of beauty Miss Thelma Sullivan of Theresa Scout committees and councilor S. '1 will be Inspiring, and you are .. th. olfice of Sheriff of Bradford ..,,? county. 'oR.'t: J .j
I S. Dowling also truest of honor, lion. I Count r. If re-elected I will a* ia A. B. SURRENCY.
: and care in the exterior of their wan a visitor here last Saturday. invited to share in them. I spare no pains In the full discharge, of .all; : i j
\ service.Probably : W. T. Weeks, enjoyed a chicken pilau Bible school at 9:45: under the duties of the office, and I earnestly solicit the I hereby announce myself; a candidate for .
I property will give superior support of the. voter at the ensuing pnrary.Brpactfuay. I the of I ice of county commissioner DntrlctNo ,
I they will be right. I BaUd Chruch Directory at their camp on Crosby Lake, Friday : direction of Frof. Wiggins./ B. Y. P. W. J. EfPEttSON. a comprising 1 Brooker and New Rives of
evening. and promise, if elected, to glv th* voter
I Trimmed tree, clipped hedges Sunday school at 10 a. m. Subject.laalah's U. at 7:00 p. m. 1 hereby announce myself aa a candidate lb. district" and the county at large the
\ bushes weeded bed velvety Service to his Troop One I. composed of thirty- for iheriff of Bradford eou".,.. I am wellaequsinted beet service of which I am capable. Respectfully
trained Country.
I PRESBYTERIAN."Let with the dulled of the air I.. and submitted! S. V. ANDREWS.:
lawns and parkway, fresh paint and I It Preaching by pastor A. S. Jones two of the flower of youth of this promise. if elected to 01_"".... tAem to the
much is due uunost of my ability, with equal Juatie. to FOR BOND TRUSTEE. D.... N. I
1 a general air of being cared for are st11a.m. community and credit me be a little kinder let me bea all.: I earnestly aolicit the .support of the I hereby announce my candidacy. for the
I :Mr. Brownlee for the time and voters at th* ensuing prima,,. DiatdeN.... a.
characteristics of the better grade B. Y. P. U. at 7:30: ( p. m. Subject little blinder A. B. : office of Road Bond Trustee.
I Smoker and New Rlv.... I "have grad tho
street In all modern cities. Civic ; What Is done for us in preservation. thought spent In training these boysto I To the faults of those aboutr me; let ALVUJZ.1; itisens of th. county before in diff.re.ttapacUlia
t become honorable and efficient FOR CLERK OF THE and feel that I am fully capableof .
and neighborhood pride nhoul'joperate Special music by male voices. praise a little more,
me I .hereby announce myself a candidate for ; looking after their beat interests., I
toward the care of the Preaching by pastor at 8:30: p. m. future citizen The Boy Scout movement Ii Let me be, when I am weary Just a re-eUetlon to the office' of Clerk of the Circuit pledge, my beat ifforta tower this end Ifelected.
eurt of Bradford county subject to tbe' R. A. WEEKS.:
property whether rented or owned. Sunday, May 20th. in a long stride in the right little bit more cheery; Ito direction toward better government In Juno 3rd. t appreciate the duns, of this important MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD-DIBT. Nat
I Neglect Is a community concern. Jr. B. Y. P. U. Thursday at 7:30: Let me serve a little better those thatI office but feel that I am qualified The friends of Rev. L. W.. Klekliter." for

We have always thought that city p. m., May 22d. the future and It Is the duty of every am striving for, to discharge '''''''. Having served the public hit re-election a* a member. of ,... Board ot
I before, the voter* are well able to Judgese Public Instruction for district No.. 1 of Bradford
: American citizen to foster and
I beautiful propaganda could be putout help Let me be a little braver, when temp to my fitness for the office. and If ..theyenoose county. Mr. Kickliter ha given the utmost

c most effectively by the women's I NEW RIVER this body of fu f re citizens. I tation bids me waver; efficient! to service.elect m.Your. I vupport promise .lit faithful respectfully and. has served satisfaction on the during board the and several we consider term b it*

., f, club They represent and reach the The Boy Scouts of America have Let me strive a little harder to be all I IOU....... W. A'LDEKl\tAN.\ to th. Interest of th. votera and) th* county .

,r women of the city who can and, will New River May 18.-R. A. Green just completed their fourteenth year. 1 that I should be. I SUPERINTENDENT- PUBLIC INSTRUCTION- that hs services b. continued MANY FRIENDS.

I I dr things. Is South Bend as beautiful of Starke, motored here Sunday. Organized/ in February 1010 they Let me be a little 'meeker with the re-election I hereby to announce the office, myself of county a candidate auperinten-for .
\ an It might be with a little well plac- C. M. Andrew, of Brooker motored I have grown until now there are 590- : brother that Is weaker; I dent of school of Bradford county subject to 1 hereby. announce aa a candidate formember
i here the primary on June 3rd. 1 Prom),.. If nom No.
Monday. school board from District
II ; ed effort by property owners who GOt registered scouts and officials in Let me think more of my neighborand I insted and elected. to perform the dutiea of 2. anj of the a faithful performance of .
I 1 I neglect their lawns, tree, parkways, Among the visitors to Starke I the organization.. They take the ; a little less of nif" I the the office vote o to( every the best voter of my In ability. I solicit Reiptctfully the duties of th. other if elected. I solicit 4
Saturday were: Grafton Adkins, W. J. I if.B'WtG: : the support of the infer at th* primary
alley and byckyardx? Since the young boy, ot his most susceptible Sunday school at 10 a. m. I Submitted. June 3rd. G. M. INMN.
G. C. Mrs. Win. I .
i : automobile began to monopolize *o Undsey, Porter are, and teach him, in a way that he Trenching services. at 11 and 8. FOR"TAX ASSESSORI MEMBER SCHOOL-BOARD. DisU N.. t

I I much of the time of the men of the Hodges and daughters, Alphle and enJoyH, to be honorable trustworthy, o'clocl.. .1 flre am of county. candidate assessor for of nomination taxes of to Bradford the of. I h( ruby announce myself a candidate for

i house the home property itself oftengrows Classic, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Thomas, I loyal, thrifty, brave and reverent.A I Services both morning and evening. county and respectfully. solicit your cooperation .. number nominated, of th and* school elected board! I promise district a !.No....htlll4".h..r. LIf

diurnal by Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Dowlirc, Misses scout chooses his motto "Bo In the there will bo Communion I end support in the Democrat! primary .. of the duties of th. office, to the
I ne"lect.SouthJlenI as morning election to be held Jun. S, me. 1 assure you
Onie and Donle Rivera Mamie Sullivan I t,..t of my sbillty. I aolMt the vote of every /
i Ind. Tribune. I Prepared," and then he seeks'to service Every church member thst I deeply appreciate the confidence and ".moer t In the primary to b. h.ld June 'Ird.lUapeelfully. .
support have In the and
you given m. past
1 Messrs. Henry Rye Arle Wil L J. WYNN.
-- ---- prepare himself for anything-to should be present. trust that my official.. record may have your '
"I'rldo In one's U the best spproval for another '.nn. Rrepeetfully,
J city ton. candidate. e
prescription I hereby announce that I am a
rescue a companion, ford a stream, In the evening the second sermon N. D. WAINWRIGHT.

I for making /good citizen. {\ Allen Thornkon and Jesse Newsom.of gather firewood and (cook help on the book of Corinthians will be I nureby announce myself candidate J.for I member was raised of. the on school a tarn board at Graham District and No. .

i If the children In the schools could Starke, attended baptism here Sun trnngcr, distinguish right: .from preached. For the office of tax assessor aa of a Bradford have taught school for five 7...... I ant
I but have definite hand In making' county, subject to the action of the Demosratla famil ar with all the affairs ot school work.
V + a day. wrong to serve hit fellow-men his Cordial invitation to the public. voter at th.. primary June .. 11124. 11 I solicit the vote of every Democrat In the
I their city more beautiful, their good Meosrs. Royce Gainey, Carroll 'I ,Circled' I promise' to faithfully perform the primary to be held June 3rd. I promise
and his God.
country Jutles of the olf.... keeping a clean correct faithful discharge of th. duties of the offlcoIf
citizenship In later life would be Atkinson of Brooker; John Shaw The boys of today make the men of CHURCH OF CHRIST :record: of ill work connected therewith. Veryrespectfully. .1....... Respectfully submitted
aHHured. To believe in a city it la !I I"I'l'e"aary I A. A. HA ZEN. J. A. WASDIN.
and Frank Harrell motored here tomorrow. Their early environment, The Mothers' Day service last
to. take pride In it, and ,. afternoon.
Saturday teaching; and, companion will serve Lord's Day seemed to be helpful to

I what makes for pride more quickly Mr. and Mr*, B. P. Kerce Mr. and to shape them to be either good, bad nil who attended. Many tears were I E
i than beauty? Lorado Tuft. Mrs. Carl Wynn ef Lake Butler were
Indifferent next
ir men our genera I shed by those present. All who wore

DOES IT PAY TO ADVERTISE visitors here Sunday. tion. tho flower above the heart went awayto I l
'Ray Goodge, of Lake City motored I
live nobler lives for having
; purer,
solicitorI here Sunday and was guest of NOTICE
fumes the advertising honored nd remembered mother.
I :
I I is met with the reply "Can't see that friends. Many white carnations were in I

advertising pays me." Advertising I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown, of There will be held at the schoolhouse evidence 'which spoke of immortal

In every line of Business-If you Sampson, visited friends! here Sunday. 8 .
pay In Starke, beginning at a. m.rhusday face to face. Some'saw their mothers

have what the people need ,and want B. M. Dowling and Thomas Gill, June 5, 1921, a teachers' face to face. Some sam their mothers

-and you should not attempt to of Starke motored here Saturday. examination for all grades only through the telescope of memory.

wall something there Is no sale for Misses Alphie Minnie! Iva and erti floated. teachers'j The children sang and recited spleen

I and blame it on the advertising when toss Hodge and Gerald Adkins attended Those applying for certificates that' didly.

: no stile results. the dance at Mr. and Mrs includes algebra will need squared I The.sermon next Sunday at 11 a.

I A ISO cent want advertisement In Atkinson's Saturday evening. paper. Those writing on trigonometry m. will be based on the second Voter !
I and Mr C. A. '
Claudle Brown .
the classified column of the Telegraph will\ provide themselves with Chapter of Acts. The question,

advertising a farm for sale John, of Sampson, motored here Sun- trigonometric tables. "What Is In the second Chapter of ;

I' during the latter part of April I day. Supply yourselves with legal cap Acts ?" will be asked and answered.

brought an Inulry from Cuba to the I II. B. Wiggins motored. here Sun paper, pen and Ink. There ia no chapter in all the Bibleo

Strout Farm Agency. here and the I day. II. B. WIGGINS, < full of historic and spiritual values
I I" practically closed. A deal Reddish< Andrews mndo a business' M0-3t( County Superintendent. '
dyed I ti the 2nd Chapter of Acts. It is less
to Brooker Saturday, afternoon.
amounting to over $1,000 "brought I trip I "
I II Mensrs. Archie Brown Lonnia )I'EN LETTER FROM'Mil.: quoted by preachers in general, than I
about at a cost of 60 cents, and. from chapter of the New Testament.In .
Bryant were visitor to Lake Butler .
I as fur away as Cuba! I Genesis, 2.1 chapter, we are told of

Mr. Innmn, of the local Strout'Agency I Saturday. :ro the Electors-of Bradford County: man' creation. The 15th chapter of I I
Miss Iram Andrews had Hon. Frank.E.E E.
as guest
believer In advertising
firm -
M : Is a I aminformed from reliable sources 1st Corinthians based upon the Jennings
Sunday, Misses Mana and Leila Mae .
and spends a big sum Atlw-rtill-I that a report Is being circulated In testimony of Christ' resurrection as .
(Andrew of Rrookcr.
I I advertising. his properties. Bradford county afeninst me, charging found in the Cd! Chapter of Acts. ,

ing create demand for a products 31FF that I am a cow thief, and to substantiate There rings through the second of Candidate for Governor
estate alt well 811 groceries and this charge it is being said Acts the Holy Spirit's answer to

dry A'oo.ltt-antl the wise businessman lit?. May 10.-Mr. and Mr*. Briton that I have been arrested and tried on 3,000 mourning souls who had asked

knows and take advantage of Groover and little daughter, I this: charge.; I what they must do to be saved. Will speak in Starke Friday

this fact. Mnrgnret, and Mr. :Mlnzll! Groover of There i I. positively no truth in this
I "The Temptation" will be the subject
r11AMI'TON Sumner, spent the weekend, herewith j charge, and I respectfully submit I .
relatives and friends herewith a certificate from our at 8 p. m. Night 8 o'clock at the
I Bibrb school at 10 a. m. All are ,
Hampton, !May 16.-C. A. Durd. n. Mr. J. B. Thomas was a business I present sheriff together. with one Invited to attend.PETITION .

of Tampa who has been the guest of visitor to Starke Monday from th* justice of the peace and .

his mother, !\Ir.. T. J. Dunlon for Mr. J. Green and son, of before any voter gives credit to thl.j FOR ELECTIONWe Courthouse

I several days, has returned to his had business in our section Starke'l rumor I earnestly request that

home. last week the carefully investigate my record. I the undersigned taxpayers I

Mr, and Mrs. P. J. Pearce have as Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of W. M. EDWARDS. hereby petition your honorable loardto

their guests: Mr. Pvarce'a father, C. Graham, was greeting friends here I. call an election to determine

i i D. Pearce, and Mr. Pcarce's sister, Saturday+ afternoon To Whom It May Concern: 'whether or not the following territory

Mrs. J. D. Ax man ami little son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hines of Cooter This is to certify that on the 10th hall be created Into a special tax Voters of Bradford

J. D. Jr., all of Lake City. Pond, spent Sunday here with their lay! of April 1924, Mitch Edwards school district; to elect three trustees and Union

Mrs. II. F. C'hedser: has recently parents.! Mr. and !Mrs. S. L. Proscott. ) was summoned and appeared before and determine the millage to be assessed -

returned to her home after a visit Walton Youngblood end sister, me as a witness for the defendant incase in sections/ 25, 26, 27, 34, 33, 36, counties ladies and

/ with her sinter, !\Ir.. Fennel! or'' Stella of Brooker, attended Sunday ft where Adam Andrews, an Twp. 8 South Range 22 East, also sections gentlemen,

1 Jarh nvUle. ichool at Dedan Sunday afternoon. : gent for R. J. Andrews vs. S. A. I. 1, 12, 13 Twp. 9 South Rang

r !Mr. Wainwright, of Starke, was Miss Opal Lewis and sister, Eva Ry. Co.; that he was not in court onbarge 22 East. H. ALDERMAN. I urged to be present and hear

transacting business here last Tues. Mae were guests of Miss 01 Ha and (' of cow stealing at that timeor -
> H. GUY A'.T\';:*'U?.
Ora Bell Kelley Sunday.J. any other time as far as I have

day.A. W. Lewis visitor Starke knowledge of, but was paid his B. T. FORT.NXR.: Mr. Jennings
M. Williams was a business was a to speak
B. J. ALDK'"tt4N, ]I
visitor to Starko this week. on business. 1. witness fee aa same a. the other II. E. FORThI.11.b : III

# J. P. Ward and family who have Lion Crosby spent Sunday with witnesses In the e....
9 June 65t.
i # been located In the large residence in Clyde Kelley.:--.. In witness whereof I hereunto set I.I ---. .---_ ._._..... .



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