Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 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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INTO LAW\ OVER PRESIDENT'S VETOBILL Alachua large and number Bradford of counties citizens attended of- I state Tampa.-canal Declaring would be the that real a foundation cross-- NOMINATED WITHOUT OPPOSITION '

the barbecue and picnic at'' which the Florida of future is to r'

. the bridge near Hrooker Tuesday. I be built. Charles D. !Moines, in an
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Candidates for state ollkes! as wellas address' here before the Rotary club,
for offices of
\\1I.I.ISTON: POSTAMERICAN candidates county matte an eloquent appeal( for vision itEAITIFl'L, SERVICE; i
COMPENSATION: FOR EX-SER- both counties were present although .\S!! RECEIVED: : LIST Ol1 NA- ;
: LEGION: NOT and unity of purpose of nil Flovidann, 11IIJI.UlmN ,
VICE !MEN REPASSES BOTH IN GOOD STANDING the limited time did not permit all Mr. Haines asserted that a canal, 'IIONM.l:' I> :S\IE| : \ND1- '

HOUSES: -CASH AND PAID UP to address the gathering. i linking! the Gulf of Mexico with theAtlantic I\TES) : riWM SERKrlY: The Sunbeam Hand, under the
Gainesville Pont, Ut'plort'llclion; R. A. Cjfeen, of Starke, spoke in .din-ction of Mrs..1. F. Klckliter, gave
INSURANCE. I would bring the Gulf portsr sr\l'E: CR \\VFOUD.Tucsdiiy I
American Legion Not in Politire the interest of his candidacy for n beautiful program Sunday evening ,
congress. Franks Clark was represented >)0) miles closer to Atlantic ports and 'I nt the IluptUt church. The program ;

Washington Characterized by In his speech at the picnic near by Mr. Richardson, who that such a development would oilier May lUth: was I the last was missionary in spirit and bore

President Coolidge as being unsound Brooker Tuesday Mr. W. G. Richardson spoke for the present incumbent. Florida future population of 7,00(1-)( date candidates) fur nlllrer could on Acts I 1:8: which speaks of Christ's

economically and having "no moral speaking/ for lion Frank Clark, However, it was\ vident frl m the 000) people. qualify and have their names placed', followers us being his witnesses.

bill member of congress read a resolution very beginning that the crowd was> PICNIC on the ballot for the primary election' The service was opened by the
bonus 11OKTIlINGTONr11t1RSl.tY
the soldier
justification, which he stated was from the Willis- as "green" as the trees under which AT : Juno :Srd. G. W. Alderman, clerk of choir and congregation singing,
will be taken up in the house tomorrow ton Post of the American Legion/ MAY 21! "
Judge Green spoke. Mr. Itkllllrll on's circuit court here, has received "There's it J.lltht'lthll1, and aft'rII..votonlll

with advocates claiming more denouncing Mr. Clark's opponent, speech was repeatedly interruptedby All candidates are invited to be from Secretary of Slate Crawford service short business v

than the requested two-thirds majority Judge R. A. Green of Starke.In cheers. and calls for Mr. Green present at Worthington Spring! the lint of candidates for president 'i meeting of the Sunbeam Band took

to override his veto. Supportersin the Gainesville Sun of the 21st from the audience. He rend a resolution Thursday, May 2'Jth! and speak to of the United States, delegates. I ,),111"1'. It was indeed interesting to .

the senate which is expected to be inst., the following/ resolution from from the Williston\ Post the voters! All bring well filled to tho national Democratic convention I .ire the parliamentary manner in

called: upon to act early next week if the Haisley Lynch Post of thei American Legion, in which the Post baskets and those seeking state .ifllc'a.. I II. which these small people carried out

the measure is repassed, by the house, i American Legion, was published: I'denounced Mr. Green as a slacker and I Following is the list filed with tho their business meeting.! The Band

also claimed enough ballots today tot Editor, The Sun i, called on all ex-service men not to JAILED FOR PASSING clerk of tho circuit court: hang: "Little (,Sunbeams in an enthu-

make it a law.Asserting I i Gainesville, Fla. vote for Mrfc Clark's opponent. His WORTHLESS! CHECKL. For president of the United States iitxtic way.
bonusto ''Whereas there appears in a certain audience hardly allowed Mr. Richardson William G. McAdoo and Oscar 'I Thu exorcise "LittU Lights" by the r
\ that "we owe no dally resolution purporting to C. Johnson, of Baker county, W'I '
; paper a time to complete reading the resolution Underwood. following girls. was a very pretty
able bodied veterans of the world from certain American Post was tried recently in county judge's I
I come a before there were more number: June Mullen, Jeannette"
For electors 1'::0
presidential Group > ,
war," and that the nation is "meeting of Florida condemning I court on a charge of passing worthless
Legion a a
t' .cheers and calls for Mr. Green. :II I, M. C. McIntosh; group No. 2, W.I j Underhill, Thelma Andreu, Mary
its obligations" to disabled veeterans candidate for congress, and f check. lie was sentenced 1 to pay Gill Brownlee ,
\ Friends of Judge Green report that Klount Myers; group No. .1, John Q.Hnnshaw Dean, Etta Fay Mary ,
and of those who died the Whereas these resolution a fine of $10 and costs four
dependents we deplore he is gaining ground rapidly over or I i ; group No. I, J. Leo Anderson :Mildred Grim"fnrjart.t! Hrown,

, president, in his veto message, de- : inasmuch as they are contrary to the district and that he is being accorded months in the county jail. ; group No. 1\. J. Ilinton Plodger; Marie Underhill, Dorothy Turner, }

ll clared an adequate insurance plan at' the principles and policies of the such receptions everywherehe I Each; generation must give something ''group No. 0, D. W. (Hurry, J. F. Dorman. Louise Holmes, IInrlCllrt'tV ill ill rns, r(

I ready had been provided in 1917 and American Legion as outlined in the speaks.!' loe KdwanU. Jr., Sarah Overstrcrt,
4 to the next generation, or It
for "atural constitution of the American I I'niil Overstrect. Lucllo Dennett,
that the bill called "gratuity" N in a failure.-Lorado Taft. For representative' in congress,
which "our country cannot afford," Legion, and CAR AND TRUCK: DELIVERIES; I second! di"trld--I'"rank Clnrk, R. A. Vivian Kite arid Lucile Edwardn.:
''Whereas we are advised that the -. Six girls the playlet Sister
which "the veterans as a whole do SHOW I: CItESIH'; 102,158 REGISTERED; AT HOTEL MARION ,1'l'l'n. I j gave
purporting post passing the resolu- N. & S. ,
i For member national Democratic hood of the Americans ( )
not want, and which is opposed by I ,
. "all our American principles." tion referred to has not been in good May has opened with a bigger I Am" n I it> those who rcgster- ommittei*-J. T. G. Crawford.For i'hoxc Inking purl in the playel, wore:

Assails Bonus Purpose standing, with the .state organization demand for Ford Products than any i led! recently at the Hotel Maron are: delegate to national Democratic Mlly.aU'lh: Williams!, Lilcilu Bennett,
( I'ur .several months and
"The of the nation to month BO far this year, the Ford Mr. Mandy, Savannah (1n.; S. T. -onvention state at large-. J.Appleyurd U'unnettoUndci'liill,.Th lmu Andreu,
gratitude Whereas, the American Legion/ is I '
, / Motor Company announced today. Rivers, "'. A. Andrew R. H. Adams, WiHInm Jennings Bryan, 1111"- llnllen and Etta: Fay Chill
these veterans cannot be expressed in in no wise in politics and neither endorses f
Ford retail sales in the United I.. Ii. Waters T. P. Stiles, J. P. Hoy I 1)) Caniplx'll, JerryV.. Carter, "Florida HUllhl'lIl11larch Song"vns
dollars and cents, the president said or opposes any candidate for l hy all "f the band, After
States x during the first ton days of Picnsrr.' R. I II. Stali-v, Jacksonville;; Gertrude I 1). Corbet, Geo. II. Cramer, swig '
in his veto message on the bonus. nov office. Therefore, he it resolved which Mrs. I.. G. Powell gave ns a
.1. T MrCulliim, Evangelist": Arthur J. .1. Dickinson] Cromwell Gibbons,
that the Ilaisley. Lynch Post of the May averaged 8,383:>> daily, exceeding "' Chil
"The and honor of: their charming rending 1'1'111111tho
respect M. PI'pew and wife, Tampa; Paul n. Alb'rtV.. Gilchnxt., J. F. GrlgifM, W. +
country will rightfully be theirs for American Legion condemns the ap- the last ten-day periol' of the record- ( Johnson. Now Jersey; R. 1 I.. Uarville M. Igou, M.\ E. Mon-y, Put Murphy dren." Owen Griffin; recited a beautiful -
of the aforesaid resolution sales month of and
But can neitherbe penranco breaking April; Amos N. : poem, with excellent expression. Y
evermore. patriotism Wanner Sparta C.; A. F. V. Paradise, Gilchrlxt B. :Stockton
bought or sold. It is not hire and and that we call upon all American indicating the continued upward trendof : llodgins, $t. Petersburg; K. C. Hel.I Perry O. Wall. "'FixCobbler Mssionuxy"' uncxc4lltMit
Legion Posts to adhere to the con-
salary. It is not material. It is one the market. I berger Keystone Heights; It. A. For delegate to thu national Democratic playlet was presented by

. of the finest and highest of human titution and b '-Iaws of the organiza Figures just compiled show a totalof Stripling, I". J. Moody\ Perry; Mr. convention, second 1'0l1M'rell..l..n-. the following boys: Glen McMillan,

I virtues. To attempt to pay money tion. 737,023) Ford Units retailed to : and Mrs. II. II. Moke, G. .I'. Itamlln, al district -Freil P. Cone W. K. Dor- William Brown Charles I.uclan
Passed and adopted thl20th day
customers from January 1 to and Ijike City; 0. L. Hull, M. P. man W. W. Phillips, I.'. Y. Smith Kickliter Junior MacDonnll, Victor
for it is to offer it all unworthy indignity of May at the regular meeting of the I Williams Solomon
1 l including May 10, of which Ford Spirell Goo Fliers; '' Gainesville; W. John R. Willis Thomas, Palmer ,
which cheapens, debases and Hoisley Lynch Post, American Legion I Grlffis.
I Underhill and .1.
I car and truck deliveries alone show again A. MeKev. Plant City; T. II. Johns For governor-Sidney J. Cntts,
destroys it. We must either Gainesville, Fla. the
of 102,154 over the same perioda Jasper" ; II. Shepard Eastoii; Pa., Mr. Frank E.: Jcnniiigx, John \V. Martin, "Send the Light" was sung by
f: abandon our theory of patriotism or -------GREEN SPOKE I and Mrs. H. II. Children, and the closing prayer was b
JUDGE H. A. : : Alvnred, DeFuniak Charles II. Spencpr, Worth W.
year ago.
S abandon this bill." 1 IIEFORE W. C. T. Ir. MONDAY With the increases already attained Springs; Ola Sanders, Madison. mel) fnade by Mr.\ J. T. Qulgley.
The economic and financial grounds Tram-I
1 IItatt'-II.
this month and with the SIIAKE'ill' For secretary of Pltni'OSK SURVEY: !! FOR
for a veto were stressed particularly Gainesville May 20.-Judge H. A. present IIOK:! WIGGLE: Crawford. NEW: FLORIDA) CANAL:

1 by the president with on inference Green candidac for congress from Rugdwoa 9tH luuvnq! uoj )(OannO! TIP ItlU'.SII! CI.KAN t'P! For attorney general Liver 4

r. that should the bill become law hope the districts delivered an address to ticipates a new high sales figure in flu ford. Washington survey of a pro oI ,,-
" the ladies of the W. C. T. U. at their : May Th' Clurcmore gasslety we rail th'
for taxation must be abandoned. The Fur I'nmrtrollerFrne..t: A mOil. ,11 I Intr"- uMtal canal from New
rest room in this city Monday after- -- -- Community Leeg, th' Commumhal For state treasurer--J. C. Lunnlng.
he said had reached river
government, a Orleans to the Apalachicola ,
noon. Mr. Green spoke for quite awhile : SAN."ORUN! IS: CHARGEDWITH I Association th' mare, th' Kouncll!, th1xkools For state superntendont of public
financial condition which permitted a ) lorida would be authorized in an
denying that he was a slacker ATTEMPTED: : ASSAULT th' preachers th' boy skoots, Instruction-. S. Cawthon R. R.
' harbors
reduction in taxation but "if this bill stated I th' .I I mend men t to the rivers and
and reading certificates he wlmmens klubs. un' iverybody Riley.
becomes law out at alI I(111 offered/ in the senate today by
we once wen issued him by physicians, declaring Sanford May 18.-A well known whut'ii got n lick o' pride in this town For commissioner of agriculture-
most all the progress; five hard years him have been physicallyunfit f[unator Harris, Demoernt, of Georgia
'oral girl is in the hospital at Sanford has jined in a move to clean up, an'spruce Nathan Mayo.\ _:
have accomplished in reducing the for service. suffering from injuries said to have ) up th' hull work I Fur railroad 'commissioner full ----
'FLOOD 11.1.:1I'UT: : AT SUfIUOO:
I national debt. There was quite a representative been inflicted by Jesse Cole 28 year 'I" ya gotta vacant lot that's goin' term-A. S. Wells. i I

The bill, he argued, would commit audience present and he was listened old, in an attempted criminal assault! tff break out wld weed like th' For railroad commissioner for un- Richmond, Va., May 17.--Damage

;; the country for a period of :30 years to very attentively. last Cole is expired h'rm-Allon D. Carter, R. S.
night. closely guarded nu-iiKles or rebuilt in Mexico, as to roads In the Piedmont and Shenandoah

( to an additional average; annual appropriation BASKET PICNIC AT by the Seminole county sheriff follow- Mickey nay, Shako a wicked hoe, 'n I Matthews.For valley sections of Virginia by
: i of the court
of $114,000,000 and at the justice supreme
\MPTON:' 1JEACII ing an attempted lynching last night. rnkf, an' loosen up yere Jintii. Th' Hood waters from virtually every
end of that time it would be / Group No. 1 I. J. Wyfteld; group No.
necessaryto According to the story told the town) dads may call it a noosanca it stream and river In those dlftrlet
sell the There will lie a basket picnic at 2, Glenn Terrell.
to public two and a half I r
billion Hampton Beach, May 29th, Thursday. notice Cole entered a cafe operated von don't and do some tldyln' for yet For ethic tant, -genernl' ,f. Clifford wax tentatively estimated at (500,000
dollars bonds-a I
in major Come one come all. Bring well filled ,I by the girl and her sister, after with due bill to yo later on. R. Footer, George J. Garcia. hy Henry G. Shirley chairman of tIle

operation in finance, which he said baskets and enjoy the day. All candidates nightfall, passed through the Ya gotta hous Dux the blamedout For state I'hemillt-ft. K.: ollsn.For state highway communion, who te-

might be disastrous at this time. arc invited to come and speak, eating room and Into the rooms ide ov It luk like It shud he in I state senator, IHth serial ,rod turned! today from an Inspection tripof 1

.N The executive asserted that the as this is your last chance. Music 1 I occupied by the J nung girls. No Man's Land? UI t a brush V distrlct-J. 1' Harnos, D. E.: Knight.In part of the urTuc'tod. t.rnaTorodi

. treatment and that insurance had already BARRY &: SMITH. I he severed the electric light wire like humans lived in It an' not the the following have qualified:

been provided for all veterans. leading into the place. i other kind. For repri-Kcntutivo, group No. l-I -.

"We have no money to bestow upon bring about defeat of the bill. DebateIn I In the .struggle that followed during I her that th' kommlttee in to tM.: Johns Kltch.For bond trustee, Dist. 2-J. U.

a class of people that 'is not taken the house today was confined to ,I I which time the girl was severlycut xind the wakens round For representative, group No. 2-

from the whole people," he said. "Our one hour and centered almost entirely I and bruised about the neck and 'n' on the Friday ,i W. O. DuVall. For bond trustee, Dist 3--E. S.

tt i first concern must be the nation as a on President Coolidge's message- I j face she secured a glimpse of her assailant Saturday the twenty-fusttt and For clerk of the circuit 'ourt--. Matthews.For .

whole. '' Cole '' twinty-sickund ov March the Barn"WI..k G. W. Alderman. i I bond trustee, Dist. 4-A. A,
This him
outweighs in its Importance -Representative Garrett Tennessee, and recognized as ,
that the blend St. Patrick druv For county judge-O. A. Garl'fier.For Durden.
t the consideration of a class Democratic leader alluded to what she told the authorities.
the schnake out ov Oireland. Thin' tax a"leaaor-A. A. Hsaen N.I'
and the latter must yield to the 'the termed "the untempered language Passersby attracted by the screams For bond trustee, Diet 6-IT. P.
I' is I If'"r g
make ,
to a collection! ov tin cans D. Wainwright j
former." I used by the president. of the girl quickly formed a mob and GaIney, R. A. Weekn.
I 'n' bottles 'n' things which don't tux collector-B. 1'1.! Dowllng,
I I -- went to the rooms occupied by Cole, E.: W. For constable, Diet. 1-J. It.
squash or kan't burn An' thatpmiH Hayes.
Washington, May 17.-The house I I Washington, May 19.-The roldiers'bonus where it was reported that they are ya to be given up.In for th' For sheriff-A. H. Alvarez, W. M. | Lowery.

\ today easily overrode President I I. bill has finally become law. I( found him with his hands and shirt residents while Edwards, W. J. Epperson. j I For. constable, Dist. 2-Jacob J.
The measure which has been the prlmises have madeth'
Coolidge's veto of the soldier bonus covered with blood and strand of tho For supervisor of relCfetration-C.1 I lohns.

bill and put up to senate tho final subject of a fight between congressand girl's hair in his finger nails. more improvement In good luke A. Knight. No candidate has qualified' for Diet

two successive presidents, was from March first to June the ;, commissioner Dist. 7, and justice of the peace district )
word on the legislation. I I The mob took him outside and was Foraunty ,
epaased today by senate over
The vote was 313 to 78 for the re- President Coolidge's veto by vote preparing to lynch him when the twintieth. 1-L. 11. Hill, B. Perkins. ; 1, a, and 7 are going begging.!
a .
Th' .stores will sell scrubbin' I who
Names of those candidates
passage, or S3 more than the required ,f 59 to 28. sheriff and several deputies appearedand ya For county commissioner Dlit.
two-thirds. things, 'n' paintln' things, 'n' spades, 2-J. M. Brownlee.For have no opposition will not appear 09
A much closer result ; Cole Cole
This was a margin of two votes spirited away. came
'n' hose, 'n' 'n' glass 'n' sedan '' commissioner Dist. the primary ballot. Included in this
soap county ,
however is anticipated in the senate, more than the necessary two-thirds to Sanford about two months ago and
'n' whut ever yu need. Roy Cartoon 3J. W. Prevatt, J. L. Underhill. list are the following: J. T. G. Crawford
the bonus advocates still claiming the majority as compared with the f')2 took the position as porter In a local
II. ( Crawford Rivers Bu-
Clay ,
snys the drug sthores have For county commissioner, Dist. ,
advantage. The senate will take up votes there were to spare when the : hotel. Since that time he hs been even
4G. W. Illnion. ford Ernest Amos, J. C. Lunlnir,
things for th'
the measure Monday at two o'clock. vote was overridden in the house last eating at the restaurant but has never WI
Friends of the measure in the Saturday. 'been on more than a speaking acquaintance for cleanin' are good V. Andrews A. B. Surroney. Whitfield, Glenn Terrell, R. E. Rosa,

senate admitted today that great President Coolidge made a futile I with the .girl, according to too. For member school board Diet 10:. M. Johns, W. O. DuVall, G. W.

pressure was being brought to bear last minute effort to have his veto her story. But enny way, ramie a pick, V'' 1-L. W. Klckliter. Alderman, II. II. Wiggins, G. A.

against the bill, a good deal of which sustained in the senate, calling to The girl left Orlando sometime ago wiggle a brush, V con th' weed, 'n'4| For member school board Dist. '' Gardiner, C. A. Knight, J. M. Brownlee -

was attributed to President Coolidge's the White House for a breakfast conference operate the cafe with her' married bum th' trash. Glt on th' band 2-O. M. Inman. G. W. Hlnson L. W. Kickliter O.

seven Republican senators wsggun/ an' yell yore fuTe head off M. Inman, W. E. Torode, J. 1(. XiSch,
message, but they Insisted, and veto Four of these who previously had sister in Sanford. She was very i! For member school board Diet I

supporters admitted, that not a voted for the dm cast their ballots popular with the younger set here for a clean fine town.-.Clarmor. 3-J. A. Wasdin, L. J. Wynn. K. S. Matthews (bond trustee), A, A, !

auspicious break has occured yet to in support of the executive. and well known in business circles I' Okla. Progress. For bond trustee Diet 1-W. E. j Durden, J. II. Lowery, Jacob J. Johns.mratfnr ,

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business) visitor here this week. Misses Lottie and Ruby Gainey the evening. Among the out-of-town I Last week large quantities of

I I II E. KenAnedy and son, Seth, of visited friends In Starke Wednesday. visitors were: W. T. Weeks, W. J. beans were shipped from this place,

Lake Geneva, were business visitors R. E. Haien, who has been attend. Epperson, W. W. Baisden, R. A.I.'. while this week cukes have been ship-

here last Tuesday. I ing the Newnan school of telegraphy, Green,N. D. Wainwrlght T. J. Barnes, ped. They are coming in !good now,
1 Mm. A. A. Durden, Mrs. P. J. Dyal nan returned to his home here. the
County News Items B. M. Dowling, E. W. Hayes, Willie but the dry weather has cut
and Mrs. V. L. Peiger motored to Eldon Baxter has been visiting his
I i Carl Johns, L. II. Eastman- : short.
Epperson crops
Gainesville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs J. D. Baxter
parents :
--- O. A. Andreu
W. Andrews.Sr., ,
Miss Julia Maxwell left last Sun- J.
for the week.
past -
: h taresting Puts Gathered Durine the Week by Our J day for Jacksonville where the will L. Morgan motored to Sampson O. T. Newsoni, J. N, Thomas, Arthur : Plant City-Cornerstone of new
Alvarez, W. M. Edwards, and Miss
the '
Regular Correa+ondente. spend summer. City Friday.Mr. $100,000 Metthodlat church laid.
all of Starke R.
Lois Edwards, ; L.
Mm. !Milton Black and children and Mrs. M. P. Matheny wer
_- I Alice and Williford, who have been attending to business in Alachua Eaton, Mr. Richardson, Van Dyke Key West-$450,000: hotel to be
l '--4__ -. J \ visiting Mrs. Black's mother, Mrs.. afternoon.Lee Ellis Prof. A. B. Shaw, Arthur
i TIIERESSA by Mrs. W. II. Griffin. I Maggie D. King of Green Cove Slaghts. of Plant Sity, Is here Ceylon and others of Gainesville; built at Duval and Fleming streets.
Mr. and Mrs Chesley Fogg and family,
I Song" When the "gate swings out- Springs returned to their home here with Mr. Sanderson looking after the Panama City-Arrangements being
of Lake Butl r, Lacy Wynn, of
There sa, May 18.-Misses last Thursday. here.
of $500,000
ward. I produce grown made for construction
others from else
Graves returned to her home near What is the best way to overcome I I, Rev. A. S. Jones filled his regular Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewis and interesting where.Hampton and many hotel.

Starke after attending the meeting I temptations) by Emma Johnson. I appointment at the First Baptist children, of Arcadia, ors >
of tho Christian church the past church Sunday morning and evening. guests of the :former's sister, Mrs.\
week. I. Guarding against temptations, car. The subject used at the morning ser John Shriver. 1I'fto""on........ .. "" n. .........U.D. DU Dm=u"DUJWWi".D"'m..w""mmwWUlUlWllllO
Miss Joe Bennett, of Lake Butler, ., rine Wheeler, Mark 14:38.: ,vice was "Christian Persecution." It Rev. Butler, of :Miller, will fill hit
is friends here. Guarding against" sin, Ref. Hebrews was made very interesting and im regular\ appointment at tfc* Fro Will
visiting : 13:1.: Edwin Wheeler. pressive, and at the conclusion of the Baptist church, holding services
and little
Mrs. A. A. Youngblood
Good Advice, Ecclesiastics 11:9 service three came forward and Saturday, night and Sunday.
daughter, Geneva, of Waldo, are and 13:1: by Margie Houser. confessed Christ aa their Savior. The II. P. Bainey motored to Waldo

ik visiting relatives here. Clippings from papers. subject used for the evening service' !I Wednesday. I
Mr. Carroll Adkinson and John and enjoyed by a large, attentive
Discussion by A. A. Futch on, Can I Misses Lorene and Eunie Hazen
;' Shaw, of Brooker, attended services a person be tempted successfully, It audience, was "The Conversion of land Mrs E. M. Hazen were attending

1 here Sunday night. he is not willing to be overcome ? the Philipptan Jailor." :! to business in Starke Monday. Decimal Tabulator i is a Part
j II. E. Moorer was a visitor to Sentence led Miss Annie May Pearce, who has ,I Livingston Russ, Royce Gainey,
prayers by Mr.
been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ax- I
Palatka Saturday. and Carroll Atkinson were
Edmondson and closed by Mrs. A. A. Casey of All Models
man, of Lake City, returned to her
I Mr. Jas Phillips arrived here Futch. among those who went to Theressa
i Saturday from Miami where he was home here Sunday.Rev. I I Saturday.
Song A. S. Jones left Monday for
i Abbott
been visiting relatives.Mr. Mrs. Emily was shopping
Discussion on subject by Mrs. J. Jacksonville where he will be the in Alachua Saturday.
Barney McRae, Misses Eunice
Allen.' of his Miss Louise Jones.
guest sister I
\ Millie Mrs. Cynthia
Mrs. Gainey,
and Toreza Bennett attended services
\ Benediction. Mrs. C. M. Sparkman and daughter, Hope and Mrs Emma Dukes were t yt11 Sas htlroalu
I here Sunday evening! -' Mrs. Wesley, of Waldo, were the called to Bell Friday on account of
6 Mr. Willis Gii! >*rd and Arthur Hampton, May 23.-Mr. and Mrs. guests of !Mrs. Sparkman's sister, I i the death of their sister, Mrs u

t I I Moorer were visitors to Graham Sun- P. 1' Hunt and Misses Mary and Edna Mrs. Mary Beiger Tuesday. I Robertson. Mrs., Robertson was well

'I II day.Mr. Pearce were guests of Mr. Hunt's Mrs. Stocks of Hawthorn, was known here and ha1" many friends !
I '. and Mrs. II. E. Moorer and daughter, Mrs. C. P. Sasser, of visiting friends here this week. I, who sympathize with the'bereaved I
I. I Valdosta last Saturday and Mrs. A IIl.'nlCaldwell I
: little daughter, Lynch, were shopping Sunday.Mr. chaperonedsome ones.
I Il I I Frank Adams has of the folks to the beach ,
in Starke Friday. as his guest young Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and I
Miss Rhode Bennett passed through this week his son, Ira Adams, of Monday afternoon. son Paul attended church atf
Tallahassee. The machinery :for laying the hard I
) here Saturday afternoon enroute to< I Graham Sunday night.
her home in Starke after teaching a Mr. Guy Sullivan and sister surface road hall been placed here I A. A. and G. W/IUzen attended

successful term of school near Titus- Miss Thelma, attended church here and work has begun on Main street. I church at Union Sunday.
The outlook is I
Sunday.Mr. very encouraging I Lack Duke, of Lacrosse, was
Mrs. B. A. Durling, of Cocoa, IsI
ville.Chas. J. Allen here
Is of friends Sunday.
spending the guest
weekend "
rhillips, of New River, hast ,
J visiting friends and relatives here
with his sons, C. P. and V. Allen, II. Y. P. U. every Sunday night. I
t reurned to his home. this week.
of Hushnell. I'IoydVi stlns. of New River, was
HAIIYfON'Chrilltian : Revival services began" at the HOOKER a visitor here Sunday. .' The decimal tabulator is an inbuilt part of all L. C

Christian church last Monday night Mrs. E. S. Matthews and daughter, Smiths and is furnished at no additional expense.

Endeavor ProgramThe May the 19th. They are conducted Brooker, May 23.-Mrs. L. A. Miss Jeannette and son, Eugene, of I

:following program was rendered by Brother Depew, state evangelist, Brown was shopping in Alachua Starko, were guests of friends here The decimal tabulator saves time and insures accuracy.

by the Christian Endeavor last who has recently closed a series of Friday. Sunday afternoon. I As columns be
Wednesday evening. meetings! at Theressa. These services Desmond Dukes, of Dukes, motored Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Andrews and many can written on the sheet as are desired.

Leader, Miss Estella Hobby. are well attended and much interest here Friday. daughter, Thelma, of Starke, were I The keys are located in the keyboard, easily accessible and re.quiringno -
Is being manifested. Mrs. J. S. Shriver, Misses Lorene visitors here Thursday. I
Subject, In His Steps, Ref. John : change of the regular operating position of the hands.It .
Mrs. C. L. Manaire returned to her Hazen, Marguerite Shriver, Ella :Mae Alachua-Bradford Barbecue and PicnicOn
i1 ,
14:30.: home here after a visit with her Hazen and Lewis Shriver enjoyed lust Tuesday the largest crowd :
i Song, Love Lifted Me. mother, Mrs Fred Cloversettle, of bathing at Hampton beach Thursday ever witnessed at this place gathered I is invaluable in billing and tabulating.Send .

Song, I Can Hear My Saviour Cal Theressa.Mrs. afternoon. at the New Ward bridge that has

i ling.How J. P. Dyal, Mrs. V. L. Geiger, Mrs. L. Morgan and children are recently been completed. The speaking for free illustrated catalog.L. .

Jesus overcame temptations, and their mother, Mrs. T. J. Durden visiting her sister, Mrs. Smith, in did not begin" until eleven o'clock I

Luke 4:1.13: By Mrs. J. F. Johnaon. spent Monday in Starke the guest Sampson City this week. when Prof. A. B. Shaw, of Gaines- I C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co. !
i Prayer, by leader. of Mrs. O. L. Beasley.Mr. Mr. Skeels, of Plant City, stopped ville, introduced the speakers. Amongthe .

y Would Jesus be a successful Epperson, sheriff of Bradford here enroute to his home :from North I speakers were R. L. Eaton of i Executive
Saviour, If he had not been tempted, county, was a business visitor here I Carolina to attend to business. Gainesville; J. T. Barnes, of Starke, I Offices : : SYRACUSE. N. Y. I II
Monday.Rev. Mr. and Mrs C. J. Crews spent Col. D. E. Knight, of Starke and R. I 120 West Adams I
Jacksonville Florida
N. T. King will preach at Friday shopping in Alachua.Mr. A. Green, of Starke. Mr. Richardson, ,
; Kentucky Celebrates I Trenton next aturday and Sunday. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan were I of Gainesville spoke in behalf of: I I' "

U at First U, S. Abbey Toratas, representative of the F1orI called I to the bedside of their daughter Rep. Frank Clark. Four quarters of
L_ .J ida Grocery Co., of Palatka, was'' Mrs. Crews, in Lake Butler 'I j beef were barbecued. At one o'clock
transacting business here last Thurs 'Thursday We wish her a speedy I the table was spread with large I

!i day. recovery. ! Geiger: Berry, of Graham, was a Raiford Brannen, of Olustee, was I" been prepared by the ladies. Thanks I I
i business visitor here this week.D. I the guest of friends here Friday and 'Iaturday. to them. After the noon hour, more :

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good health Thl fa t prove* that while : ;. .
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: I i yelil.i .hn-f of pone. < r L'anipa vas amen )", \MiiuliTeii nway to t'lunt knit surface t that is very smooth I j ( STATISTICS

News of Florida in Short Paragraph disni' -tl from oftUe bj ity: '11I1U.,.I'r t"y. .nori' ha was' found. Thl"4l' surfaces, we hu\ r found I'

I I t. .. .. .. Lc. lin for failure '. Tnlluhus.ivi. .('ommi""ium'I'Sathan
: ... ..._ n..V .w.a r..L w I 1.W. lt.N >wii to obey requite< a priumry tietitinenlMtli a ,

I order of the city malinger. I ht tiFACK 'IU'\ l'MENT= cold penetrating bitumen to insure a i:Mayo, department l f agriculture, now '

Live State News I'I"n I Of 1..UlUD.nO.IJS. toe hold and prevent n slipping or :I.l engaged in sending out a second
I 1 St. Petersburg.-A movement has fly {Y. .L. lIrowt\ I pushing of tho surface. I I Utter to the various county cominlsp.oners -

;, ___ __, ___.........._....__::...J been started by the St. Petersburg Road at Annual Road Builders' Conference Pitfalls or point to watch when them to appoint
I urging"
Told by Our Exchanges. I Advertising Club having for its purpose -I, University of Florida, performing surface treatment work:

repeal of the state temporary I February 24, 1\1201) Do not attempt to surface treat over Cimpetont, men to secure most ac-

@m tGsittC@i ra Cl Qa t7 mmm ma automobile license law. The club has orate data with reference to crops,
aflIDiDi01111>! : mudiHiuuto base, that IH too weak to'
I adopted a resolution recommendingthat I I Surface is a proposition;:;; which we 'l I lvi> stock and horticultural) and
West-Several hundred more( : Gainesville Graduation exercisesof > support, truffle. Do not attempt to
Key civic and other clubs throughoutthe have to consider> seriously in the construction 'manufacturing statistics la their '.
bottles of fine choice liquors the University of Florida will beheld surface treat over clay, soft marl or : '
quart uf road. We know that it rtpective counties for the year 1923-\
state use their efforts to crystallize a i '
were slated for "execution" at the on May 27 in the university sand clay base. The bitumen and
sentiment and Influence have is absolutely and I. 2I.
to necessary proper
hands of federal authorities here. gyr r-w/i-m at 8 p. m., it was: an- the aluminum salts in tho clay forman / t
: the law repealed. It was the opinionof : that we should pay the most detailed emulsion and Commissioner Mayo is anxious to '
of destruction began nounit'J MIO Mary E. Parrott, a satisfactory surface -
This process those present at the meeting at attention to drainage and grade, and Is impossible to obtain. ocoivit from each county tho most ," i ip
Two thousand to the president. One
in the week. secretary I i
early which the movement was started that the making of a substantial base on !j implete report, so that he may In- l4" :
In all to be destroyed. hundred graduates will receive their Ruse for surface treatment should
quarts were the law is unjust to tourists and any road. Let us keep these fewsituations ludc in the bulletins issued by theepnrtneht !.
seized varloulI'I' sheepskins and out into the world be as near perfect possible toI|
: This liquor was in go or1 I as as
mind. It l thu baau
results in criticism of the state. in is j of agriculture full in-
the representatives of the universityin grade and! crows section and free from
! raids: by agents here within past as :
foundation uf the road that carries > I n-matioii I about the natural resources
months. It ordered at various lines of work. Dr. Henry depressions and potruHiuns, as the
I' few was a Tampa-The Florida, Northern and tho trailic. The surface I
is a { nd .products for the benefit of pro / .
recent term of federal court. I Lewis Smith, resident of Washingtonand Western Railroad will build its proposed buffer or medium to protect that bane i thin surface must always conform J peahen husttt pkorM to whom this ,4 .4

Lee University Lexington, Va., exactly to, the base and these defects ,
line from Anthony, near Ocala, or foundation and to hold its integrity I i LI sent. The state of FJmrldn:: bears '
Green Cove Springs- Upon motion will deliver the address Cameron will show in time on the surface llano
instead uf from Cull West
!11111 11, to so wo can: continue to carry ho of salary of the enurnoranrs -
of Commissioner Glisson, the clerk Mann of the: Episcopal church, bishopof should be absolutely dry and cll'lml i expense .t
Palm Beach, according to a copy of that tiullic. ho said und does all the work,
was instructed to advertise! for bids :South; Florida of Orlando, will ahead of surfacing/ I'
an amendment to application for Road Failures: In the event of road ,r riniptling, publication and dlstribu- .I i
to grade about a mile and one-quarter preach the baccalaureate sermon on The East
a charter, filed in the olllce of the Coast roads of Florida inn all the commissioners '
funuu-s ,
and county
we can readily correct ;
of the road known as "Peek Road," Sunday, May 25 I .
are practically entirely of surface
i(I clerk of circuit court here. This repair the surface: while if those failures j I.f.I ivo to do ill to appoint efficient .
the board reserving the right to | treatment tYIe.otOOIi roads have
would make the line 230: miles long / >
the base it Arsons to secure this data
I in to
brings [
l\1iami-More than 150! members of arc / usa
reject any or all bids. I instead of 229 miles as provided for some faults inadequate base along ,t vT.ITE
problem of real construction, and
the Florida Funeral Directors' and
I in the original petition. ) the margins of tho roads; have corrected : Hum SCHOOLSTO H
Lakeland total of 10,118 per- Embalmers' Association are expected often lanes> most costly con..truction.j
I I I some mind will hove to correct CIlAIUrATK; : 2.7IS; '
have registered and qualified to in Miami Tuesday for the two days' Therefore let us build! I'llif'
I I Tallahassee The Knights of I others In Honda\ nil over tho state .
vote in Polk county, according to session of the organization starting us heavy and just as substantial as we Tallahassee---Two thousand, seven ,
Pythias of Florida is making plans to we have examples of surfaco treatment '
record books which have just closed.Of that day and extending through offer several free scholarships In tho inn possibly do so. I roods that have stood the wear iiiuli-eil and fortyllvtt students era

this number 916 of those register ( Wednesday. I I University of Florida to worthy In Honda, we rind Unit with our and tear of trulllc m seine counties undulates. for graduation in Florida's '

ing were Republicans, and 9,1721 native nick materials, bane construe- 'I I H four-yonr high schools this year }
I ,young men who would not otherwise as high us six and seven years. Yearsago .

Democrats, according to Mrs. Kv, the St. Augustine--Formal opening of be able to attend the University according lion will average in cost from fifteen i they did not line a hard, aggregate 'cording. to figures compiled In thlll1..t' If

supervisor of registration. The the State Arsenal was observed here letter I cents to seventeen cents per inch, I of the state superintendent of
to a received by W. S. covering they lined n sand covering -
registration for the primary two Monday with Governor Hardee as compacted thickness> per square' yard. ublie instruction. Girls outnumberyear
Cawthon 25
state superintendent of ; cent job cm the surface.Surface .
years ago was between 5,500 and the honor guest. The program arranged public instruction, from Dr. J. H. Ito a li-mc-'h compacted base will cost I I ss by more than !501)! ,
treatment roads
,000. The large increase is attributedto called for music by the of 'approximately $'. ,UOO.OO, and an Saner oar by more than riOt
Coffee Arcadia, secretary of the
more road mileage for the county for
the number of women that municipal band, addresses by the Scholarship Association of that order. busu will cost approximately'' In the A-senior high: schools thera
the Loss bonds and loss Interest
registered. ,mayor, adjutant-general, representatives -I i I $12,000.00 per mile for u standard 16- money. ro 1.:17! : girls in tho senior class and,

of the War Department and : Bushnell Carey & Walter of foot road. A heavy typo of surface money for the outlay. The Interest 47 boys while In the Il-scnior schools

IRRITATED EYESGet headquarters of the Fourth Corps Plant City will at once erect! a vege- I will average approximately sixty soon equals the amount of tho ho gills numbered bond 1
issue. Surface treatment roads
worse and worse the longer you Area. The governor was accompanied table packing house here, to be 40x100 I rents per inch of thickness per square 51.

let them go; Leonardi's Golden Eye by a number of the members of feet in size, immediately north of Col- yard and these surfaces run from mean quicker construction and conse Graduates of A and II senior high

Lotion without cures pain in inflammation one day. Cooling and soreness, heap- his: staff. i lins packing house. The firm has contracted two to two and a half inches> in thick ,sec-tions: rliools. art admitted to the Univor- :

ing strengthening. Get "Leonardi's" j 1 for -100 acres of tomatoes on ness. Therefore, we will consider the I ity of Florida and, the Florida State a
Gainesville-The lone bandit, who This results in rapidly[ improved
it makes strong eyes. At all druggist a cash basis and will be ready for 2-inch surface will cost, ut $1.20 per IlltruCh.I. I College for Women without entrance
date held the of sections enhanced of
Thursday agent property
up yard $11,300.00: and the 2V4 ml nation.
the crop when it matures. square I' xii
I values, more tax for the
the American Railway Express money authorities -
Tampa With approximately 100 I inch surface $12.700.00 per mile. ,r"
Company at High Springs near here, to use with which to extend n(
aliens, captured by immigrationforces and escaped with $16,655 pay roll of ROUT RHEUMATISMNo standard 16-foot road. I II I their roads.IIUKK '

in haul near Tarpon Springsthe Surface treatment New York
a the
types average -Donouming censorship -
stiff --- '-----
the Atlantic Coast Line shops, was more joints no more stabs
other day, in jail here, and one still at large. Officers expressed the In the muscles, no more aching pains from twenty to( thirty cents per \ : AMERICAN AMATOUS of bonks. and motion pictures as

schooner and three automobiles con from rheumatism. Sounds too goodto square yard of surface complete. The HEACII JAPAN SAFELY n "iniquity" and. the itch for censor- ,
that he had made good his
fiscated, government agents turned be true but it It true. type most commonly used in Florida hip as u "contagious mental disease,
escape, temporarily, at least. A LEONARD ELIXIR Paramanhiru Island Kuriles.
their attention to securing arrests of today, IH what we term a two course I hich, once started spread< from ono ,
touring car pursuing the bandit, who THE BLOOD will] cure your rheumatism 7.--Hln/ing a trail through skies
"higher ups" in connection with the enable you to move around treatment generally referred to as I : OilY mind to another," Thomas Dlton,
was driving light automobile, was:
a before Invaded
captures. Statements of the smug- with perfect freedom make you primary and. seal type. This type paver by an airplane I Ithe | uthor, urged, the 21th annual con-
believed to have been less than ten
threo United States world,
gled men have been carefully taken I feel like a new person. It drivesI with u hard aggregate cover, will army ontion uf the American Hooksellers
minutes behind, but was forced to the from fiers reached this ice-fringed remote
poison the
it was said and forwarded to Washington I system. I average a cost of thirty cents per ,Association to light the censorship
give up the chase when motor trouble but try it now. You will feel |iiv bordering/ Arctic: this morning
for action. These statementsare developed. I I the results almost wit, the first tiquuru yard or approximately $i- H rliy gaining for their country and love or full into the hands, of peanut t

said to involve a number of men dose. I 800.00 based on an average of con J pnlillcnnsCQI1STIPT11DN. .
I ,t i-insolvon the distinction of beingt
who are well known in this city. I Ocala-Ray Garcia J. Fernandez, LEONARDO'S ELIXIR FOR struction bids.COlllplLrilion. ,
e first to have crossed the Pacific ------
Local officers said they have obtained Robert Martinez, Cubans, held here I I Ii THE BLOOD strengthens and invigorates of costs uf bases and
I.: air. Two of the lanes landed III''
tones and Humiliates the
information that each man paid $l.r!':;0 weeks of violating | i surfaces combined before
: ir two on charges whole. Insist 'I' : assuming .
hysh m. on I KONAKHI'S 0 aHhiwnhuru buy mid tho third do-1 I
for his transportation from Cuba. United States neutrality laws, were ," stated, that the strength and integrity
i iT.'lensed I F1.IXTP ii ts- ., 3wparlafre. ; ended to the water off the nearby I IKlnnil '

Deportation orders for most of the by United States Commlat j i t. ril l c'-nLts. I II I I of the road lies in the base of I of Sham..hu. '' Is tree nil!".11 ullti-i t i.t of lilt nearly P

men were expected from Washingtonthis 'oner Savage when counsel for the j I --- .- I i foundation, we can construct an

week. government failed to content a motion ,, Tampa-Mrs. Pearl Willis, divorced H-inih ba.su mid surface treatment With the perilous leap from the I IJ I DR. G. C. WILLIAM'SLIVER

o quash the complaint. The defense wife of George Willis, soft drink :: with ultimate thickness of H'''Hi' inches nrth American mainland to the AM) K!!JNfcf PILLS

Orlando-Dr. J. C. Vinson, of suicide drinking I Imil 5 rient safely behind them the (Horn
c intended that the charges were not man attempted by $14,800.00 I per mile. A Natural Treutnicnt

Tampa was elected president for the she walked towards her vill continue Southward on the next \ ,. McrCit.pfl
upported by evidence. Counsel for poison as I While on a 0-inch base with a 2- ,' t' sn M < MI

ensuing year of the Florida Medical, the Cuban vice-consul at Jacksonville husband on Seventh avenue in Ybor inch surface or H Inch ultimate thickness eg of the flight, which is to lleltobu .' n,." t'')- trt.u ll I fit Ill't.IfulHi'tiimui'l ,

Association prior to the close of the attended the hearing with a stenographer \, City. The woman Is believed to have I!' shown a cost of $20,300.00( per on Yetorefu, the largest Island of the w..II'.I.| ."h.....v.ilMM.y.i.miiia' I' 'I,It....,, .itl'in*.

two daytinvention held here by 250 and interpreter, giving rise':, swallowed strychnine. She was \ mile. This shows a difference of Kuriles chain, although the time of '!1'1.) I.., ,ii. ,. 't I Ill rinlnir and l"
is uncertain. ,...1 I, HU'hi II or ..1"."'''.
physicians and surgeons throughout 4r, the report that the Cuban; government !- rushed to the Gordon Keller hospital, I $r>,r>00.00 per mile in cost, and the %- their departure L:HIM 1"i-fl. ; it'iommunduil.

will attempt to arrest the three where it was reported her condition, inch more pavement in thickness in 1 The jump from Attu Island westernmost lor."i> m.illy. tip,itlor hllln."I' ..,,-

was favorable. tip of the Aleutian chain to I 'hap. "Ifndiiiintl -
men.i favor of the surface treatment. '''', !
i 'I'lirumll"hlru. the \longest of tit,, sad liver
Florida.WRIGlmVS Permanence and was / l.l ill lni'>
maintenance of I
I Tallahassee The interest on tho Palatka-A proposal to issue $300- | auto! laid out for the fliers, and wore t.aw.1.1..11.| i >.
000 in bonds for civic roads: I have not seen any permanent '
I .tate school fund yields approximately : Improvementshere I onsidcrod 1 one of the most hazardous lull I lair. limit' "'i i-x'iv iinckiv.
''I has passed, its first reading before type of surface. I don't know At 1'.r ,Jo ,.lJ4Mi.-'i
ten cents capita the entire of Cape
per on I I The distance by way I
After Meal that has been "
Every the city commission. The ordinance one discovered or do- F'- i
Kamchatka' .
'population, and fifty-six cents per Kronatnkl, on the rhd'
I I loped. Heavy surface naturally t2 l
type 1
It's the longest-lasting capita for each pupil in average daily I' calling for the election fixes the Peninsula, Is H7H! miles. 1I
date of 1 for the freeholders last somewhat longer than the surface
July to
/ 'attendance. The one mill tax yields I I
confection you can buy I
treatment, but Invariably after
the which
.' It's to digestion torty-two cents per capita on the pass on proposal covers a I ,,,,,,,,,., ,, ,
\ a help their first few '" """"" "" '.1111'' II "" < !
( wide range of municipal work including years they require< 1 lu
entire population and $2.15 for each I
and a cleanser 'i docks, wharves and warehouses, .I maintenance. In heavy type, this ''L
pupil in daily attendance.
.". for the mouth average repaving streets sidewalks and other maintenance takes the form of patching !
Estimated: population of Florida in II
and teeth. I public ways among other things.PalmettoWhile not altogether pleasing to the S '
\1(2!( : was 1,011,728, total expenditure L il '
means eye anti appearance. I
Wrlgley's i iij
) the schools
in state on $10,371,871.90. sections
some arereporting
benelll a. weUaspleasure. ) With surface treatment roads we

Florida. several crates of tomatoes ', realize that we start with n light; surfino -
I shipped, and others a solid car
Tallahassee Governor Cary A. inexpensive cost, and we mustmeet
Palmetto I ill now shipping! by the |: 1 1II
I I the situation fairly and l ht
Hurdee, at a mass meeting here expressed squarely -
solid trainload daily. This week'sshipment ij
whole-heartedly for the and that we must have periodical
44ar IH estimated to be about :350
rn R centennial celebration to be staged In maintenance retreatments on an .
cars Over a quarter of a million
I Ito I of from 2' to 3 Inter-
Tallahassee in November of this year average / J year
dollars Is received Palmettogrowers
being by
commemorate the first assembly ', vals.. These. retrcatmenU can be
each week and if the
of the Florida legislature, held here inIH2. I und are performed at approximately

... He said that he knew of noth ,I weather holds !good the total crop will i I[ $:,1)0.00) pel- mile or under $200.00 'perunltl Since
/ 'bring about a million and a half us i iprospectH
/ I I
ing elxe proposed in some time that i per year for maintenance This i
', are good for about three or !II introduction
1 of more importance to the state I is loss than the interest on the differ- : I the
four weeks yet at good prices. Owing: I

': han this centennial. I'I to a scarcity hi most of the other .r-1 i"I i.III in Florida cost. we aro blpsncd. Down of it's 1924 models

A tit tions prices are good an they have i ii I
I Okeechobee-The fishing season I the East Coast:
we have theJas
with I Iprospects broken
i ever been known are prevailing Bnlclt has
which Han just closed on Lake Okee- rock lime
a heavy rock material In
chobee has heen one of the best since 'I of !going higher and making 1"'lItral Florida, West Florida, down I all records iii '
record.TampaA .
Cleur\vuUr--frank McDowell con- fficial records have been: kept. Theca a new the southern part und un the West I production I

fessed hIYI'r of his parents and two on just ended, which covered a I I wild story of how ho ,.oust, and the part of the East Coast, I I including it's own i11 i

sisters was arraigned in court here tt-riod of eight months, beginning ,I had been kidnapped with his 10-year- we have Coquina rock, Florida lime

and pleaded not guilty to two Indict- October 1 and ending May 1 each | I for the manufacture
I II i old sister by three negroes and finally rock, and marl. All will take surface

ments charging him with the murderof year has yielded, according to relia-i thrown from an automobile was hold : treatment. The base sits up very

his father and mother. Lie data tho enormous amount of Probation Officer Earl Stumpf by a of'liro motorcars l
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Florida's accredited
Tallahassee and which brought close to $t- |I
have increased from 39 led I City. It developed the child was
schools I
high ( JOOOO in cash. Several hundredlien mentally deficient and had been sent II
110 for season
in 1913-14 to fake
and made public by.Prof. R. were engaged in catching, dres- to Chattahoochee by the juvenile I

compiled school Inspector. ,i tnir, freezing, icing and shipping the ojrt about a year ago. The boy I

M. Sealey records, state show high that 41 high stimatcd 1 :.1_'2.000) barrels of 200 was paroled from the institution in
These >
jounds each. The fish were shipped
schools in the state have not yet at-
ti points as far away as St. Louis, TONIC
accredited classification. A
tained Kansas: City and Omaha.
These however have only a small Drove' Tastele. ** chill Tonic retltor

the total being Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
minority pupils, ota
1,298 compared to 18,767 receiving for tom flesh ruts, Eurw,ding the Blood. When you bet I mstrengthening. a Sreas.s

instruction in the accredited schools. wounds sores or laocratiorm that is doing Invlgo..atinltfllet./ ..- how ,I ate S

The great majority of students in such wonderful work in flesh healing w It bruits color to the ttieeks, and) how I i

high schools attended institutionswith the Boroiono liquid and powder combination it Improves the apprtitd. you i ul titan I
treatment. The Uii'inl! Hormone u I I
the highest ranking-A senior. :a powerful nntiHrptic that purifies the appreciate Its true tonic valmi. LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ
of in these schools Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic l In .lmr>'"
The number pupils wound nt all and infectious
poisons germs
totals 13,712. 1 I while the Horoxone powder u the great Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup ; ." for the liver M. Smith, M.n.g...

healer. Then is nothing: Men it on earth pleasant even children like It. The bnM. Baker, Bradford. Columbia and Union Counties

for speed, safety and efficiency. l"nr needs QU1MNE: to Purify. It and IKON tu Bawer. of imitation. Danwiul
rues '-..,"eu' in ft to 14 Days 111* a.nui.s I Oc and 3Sc p.ck.age. .

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days ago.Andrell. way In All Thing LOT. land delegates.The .

and Greene loaded a car- be Bible school at 10 a. m. evening service will be evanellatlc. -
Should "What's the use to
load of shingles Friday Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. the sermon topic being
pretty and gay: ?" Communion every Lord's Day. All Dwellers in Darkness." This service -

_. HIGHLAND are invited to attend every service.W. will be at eight o'clock. Bible

t 2cit Uncared for, unclean-not a home E. DAUGHERTY, school! meets at 9:45: a. m. and B. Y.

Highland !\ 23.-J. L. Brlggs of that Is neat- Minister. P. U. at 7:00.p.( .
Jacksonville was a business visitor BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINThe ST. MARK'S CIIURCII
.-- here Wednesday.Mrs. Except-ah t there's one at the end of I

PhoneM<< 2n lulu lun: E. Wilkinson returned the street; pastor will occupy the pulpit I The services tar the fifth Sunday
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--- Wednesday from a visit with relativesin A vine-trimmed small cottage, spruce. next Sunday, giving at the morning titer Easter will be at 11 a. m. and
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of the Atlanta 7.1'p.: m.Stivico .
service report great
I !MRS. ADKINSENTER'F.tNS The i.'iiexts were: Mr. and Mrs. N. Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, Miss Ethel painted and clean, a on Ascension, Day at 10
VISITORSMrs. Stcrnlierir. !Mr. and :Mrs. F. F. Stump Ricks and C. R. Convention.. Such a report is the I
FOK Dinkins motored to In the midst. of a garden all flowery ...
I Mr. and :Mrs. C. :M. Inman, Dr. and Jacksonville Wednesday.C. I I' next best thintu/ having been i attending the annual
A. Z. AdklnH gave a charming Mrs! E.: I. Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. M. Click, of Jacksonville, was and green; present ami every member will be The rector is! Diocese at Jack
!sowing party Saturday afternoon, Peek, Mr. and MFH. J. C. Robinson, transacting' business here Thursday.I From its old-fashioned pinks to its anxious to hear of this wonderful I I -n-cntmn, of :

complimentary to Miss Alice Tharin, Mr. and Mrs .1. L. Peek Mrs. O. L. :Mrs J. E. Moidey and Mrs Thos I hollyhocks tall I II meeting with its !mure than six thou-
of Madison and Mis Mary Curtis Heasley, Mrs. J. L. Frazee Mrs. E. S. Mosley. and children were visitors to Which almost conceal! a white-washed

Williams of Key West Matthews, Misses Jeannette Matthews !Starke Friday. I garden wall, .

The reception room and the wide Margaret Long Alice Tharin; Regular monthly services were heldat This workman's small house is a''' -

porch of this attractive home were Messrs. Joe Wainwright and Earl the Baptist church Saturday and I| thing of delight,

decorated with Easter lilies, blackeyed Roberts, of the U. of F. Sunday by the pastor, Rev. J. A. I With its borders of box and its wall
Susans and rose-buds.. After an Conway of Green Cove Springs
hour spent with sewing and socialConversation 20th C1 :'> TtJlY BRIDGE CLUB W. R. Wimherly, of Madison, arrived gleaming white; I *asp'P4i142.
the guests took part In I Sunday for a visit with hi- If a house had a slogan, this cotta!(".

clever contlIt.'hat famous Mr. and !Mr*. O. M. Inman enter- I'd ay
a brother, II. C. Wimberly.C. s
characters. these suggest?" The tained the 20th Century Bridge: Club R. Dinkins and 11. C. Wimberly, Should l adopt: "DOES IT PAY to h- 4i

contest prize was given to Mrs. E. M. Tuesday evening at their cozy home Jr. were visitors to Baldwin Sunday.Mr. pretty and gay?" '

Johns, the prize being hand-pnintcd which was decorated with gladiolus \ and Mrs. A. H. Harley and MAUDE WOOD HENRY.

salt and pepper shakers. lilies and choice roses. children of Lawtey, were visitors
The hostess served a tempting F. F. Stump won the high club here Sunday. DEATH OF JOS. E. PHILLIPS I

of I iced tea, olive sandwiches prize a deck of cards, while Mrs. S.
salad course <<
H. T. Boggs and Gannon Boggs R.
Joe E. Phillips, of) Theressa died
fruit salad, olives and L. Peek was!!! presented a buffet set
C. Dinklns. II. C. Wimberly Jr.. Mrs.J. suddenly Wednesday night at 10::3")
saltlnes.! Sweet peas were given as for also making high To Dr. E. L. W. Griflls J. F. anil Carson Gnflls from heart trouble. Mr. Phillips wit
Biggs fell the club consolation prize
favors. were visitors to Lawtey Monday.
in Starke during the afternoon ap-
handkerchief and Mrs. J.
a ; W. Andrews
t Misses Beth and Ethel
DIETS' Wimberly parently well as ever. He wnt
i t LA AUXILIARY Jr. also made low and was
Ricks and W. R. Wimberly motoredto stricken that night and died before
given a stationery. Miss
I the farm Raiford .
state at Monday.A. assistance could reach him.
The Ladies', Auxiliary of the Margaret Long won the high guest H. Wilkinson and John Wilkinson The body was laid, to rest in Ilotx'
for the Indies and ,
prize received a
Presbyterian church gave a most enjoyable card table cover; and Joe Wainwright made a (rip to Lnwtey Tuesday. Cemetery, near Thorossa, Thur dajafternoon
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social Thursday evening at Funeral Director DeWittC.
I also made high guest prize for the FIVE MILE ,
i I t' the club house, and a large number attended I Jones in charge.
II I men, and was presented with an Ivory
this happy affair.Mr. --- -- f.j
!!! w
shaving set. Five Mile 23W. II. Dowlin.vLsited .-
and, Mrs. II. II. Young wt'reI
which The hostess, assisted by :Mrs. O. L. relatives in Lake Butler Fri-
leaders in the games in .j
I Ii i merry Beasley and Mrs. N. Stern- i "The Lord watch between me and
all took First there was!!l abiography day.Mrs.
!! I i:. part. bean berg served n tempting salad course B. L. Duke spent Friday with thee. when we are absent one from 1 111.r .
followed by a
\\1 I halt race an game automobile contest and with iced tea. Nasturtiums!!! were :Mrs. L. G. Johnson. I!I another."-Gen. XXXI:19.Uo : .
used 1 as favors. Mr. and :Mrs. Jesse Dowling, of I
poetic bird contest. In the automobile thnu thy way and 1 vo mine;
f a the The guests: were Mr. and Mrs. F. Lake Butler visited hiM sister :Mrs. I.I Apart y.t not afar
,, contest C. F. Hoover was!!!
I F. Stump, Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- B. L. Duke Sunday. I Only a thin veil hanva betweenThe
fortunate winner of the prize, a toy I pathway where wa are
,, ti automobile. Mrs. T. J. Hedges did 1 berg, Mr. and :Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mr. :Mrs Martha Parrish W. L. 1'01'-1 And "Owl keep watch 'tween thee and mThin >> .
i ''I ndn Mrs. O. 1... Beasley, Mr. and rlsh. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrish and in my prayer,
and .. III
bird content loofceth
the best work in the Mr ''uoka thy way. He mine. .
I! {j was presented with a toy duck. Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr., Dr. and family motored to Brooker Sunday I And keep. ua ne... -
ii Mrs. E. L. Biggs Mrs. Florence and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. :
Delicious Ice cream and home-made L'I I knnw not where thy road may II..
j ). I served by Lucile Mitchell, Powell, J. J. Truby, Misses Mable Green.T. Or which way mine will be: I V
I cake was I If mine will 'lead thro parehing.anda. ,
Wel- Weller, Alice Thnrin, Margaret Long J. Dukes and !Mrs. Barbara
]Mrs. John Uirlow, Misses I And thin. bride the era:
J ler, Carrie Uglow, Louise and Alice Messrs. II. C. Wall D. P. Carpenterand Dukes had as guests Sunday Mrs. Yet God keep watch 'tween thee and me.

I Fernandez.The Joe Walnwrlpht.( Nellie Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. lie hn'80'."never thy hand.fear: RIO elupeth mine. The picket fence the porch
-- Dukes shep-I
I Auxiliary mite boxes were BRIDGE PARTY FOR VISITORSMrs. pard 9.i And keep ua near. ,
Miss Grace Is
I opened! and their contents, together """ << Creep Should wealth and fame, perchance, be thine.
with the' sliver offering amounted to I O. L. ;Beasley; entertained cousin Miss Gertrude Parrish, this I' And my lot lowly sorrowful be: railing, the porch floor perhaps
week. I Or you fa cad and I
.' $38.00. The money will\ be used to delightfully at bridge Tuesday afternoon And Glory be for m*
help paint the Presbyterian Ing visitors Miss Alice Tharin' of were A. L, L. G., and Ray Dubose of I I Both be hill care.
One 'round thee and one 'round me,
I SILVER TEA Madison, and Miss Mary Curtis Williams Worthington G. D. Faircloth and.I Will keep ua near. the time while 'you're"cleaning
daughter Miss Pauline, of Lake
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( of
The Missionary Society of the Key West. Butler II. C. Peoples W. A. Butler I And though our path be ......arate.I .
Miss Williams won high'prize, a I. And thy way la not mine, "
Methodist church !gave an enjoyable Joe McLeod of Miller R. A. and
ten towel and also won high guest and Yet coming to the Mereyeeat.My up painting up.
afternoon at the : soul will with thine.
silver tea Monday Glover, of Midway, Joe F. Williams, I meet
prize a box of stationery. Miss And 'God keep watch 'tween thee and me."
' home of Mrs. E. R. Neff, on North Tharin made low, and as a prize received of Riverside, Mr. DuPree and family, Ill whbper_there, I We can supply the materials.Fix : .
Walnut' street. of Alachua.P. He blenaeth th He btmiteth me.And
I Mrs A. Z. Adkns was in charge of tally card and also! receivedJl'ue..t P. Dekle was a Ylsitoj w. are near. MIZPAII
i box of bu..inell8'IJ f
prize a
stationery. I
the following interesting program: The hostess served fruit salad. to Dukes Monday. ,[' the roof too.
Paper-Our Mountain Work in Mrs. P. P. Dekle visited her mother, Sunday school at 10 a. m.
North Carolina and Kentucky Miss olives, saltines. potato chips and iced A. E. Proctor Friday. Preaching services at 11 and 8

l Amelia Ray. tea.The Keerce o'clock. Cordial' invitation to ublic. I
f Voice-(a) Jean (Burlelgh), (b) guests included' Miss Tharin, business Brady in Lake Butler was Saturday. I T. J. HEDGES,
Miss Williams Misses ,
When the Roses Bloom (Reichardt) Aileen Alvarez, Minister. i
ii Mahle Weller Vivirctte Floyd, Clara Eppinger Dukes and Oren Dcklo Consumers Lumber Co.
Hilda Struth.
spent Sunday: with Zell Dukes. '
Mae! > hepnr l, Jeannette Matthews CHURCH OF CHRIST
i Kcndmgs (a) The Courtln'H.owell Margaret Long, Louise :Mr. and :Mrs. P. P. Tekle had as I -
( ), (b) Tho Toy Balloon and' Hilda !Strufh. guests Sunday, B. L. Duke and !MrsD I Th. Charrh of fhrl.t llui
(Riley)-Mrs. E. :M. John!!! I. niume. No honks but the Bible
---- I I No Treed. but faith In ChrlatNo Starke Florida
Recitation-(a) When I tCt Up to CLEANUPKKK: NOTICE W. H. Dowling attended, the picnic Plea but the Gospel I
; Speak, (b) Little Fishes in the Brook pnd political rally at Raiford Satur- I No Name but Nam. Scriptural IlL

k -Ed: NeiT, Jr.Iteadlnglla. ITo the Citizens of !Starke: day returning Sunday. While at I I! No T Ordinance.*'ta of fellowship but ChrltfaNo ,but faith in Chriot

( ( ) Dlue Roses (h) Do not forget that Sfith to :31st, in- Raiford Mr. Dowling was guest <>f I And nbedli>nn> to HI Command.
Jim Miss Alice Tharin. elusive is clean up week, In Faith UnityIn
Specially -- cBmmenl'inlln..xl his sister Mrs. Mary Jones I Opinion Liberty
\'o\l.'e-R\ ) Homing (Del' Kiego), .I !Monday. The inspection will Dana Duke had as, guests Sunday

(b) Sorter Miss You (Clay Smithy), he Hintle. on Monday\ June 2nd. It is Lund, John and Norman Andrew, .

(c) Philosophy (Enunell) !Mrs. hoped, thnt each and everv citizen will Kirko and Julian Dekle and Vann -

Floroncn' Powell. 1 cheerfully cooperate in this clean up Dukes. .

Mr*. Neff. assisted by Mrs. J. II. I movement. C. L. PEEK, Mayor Mrs' N. G. Hayes of Brooker, was '' /
Bitch Mrs. T. C. !Morris, Miss Olive -- ---- guest of Mrs. P. P. Dekle Monday.E. '

flay, Patsy Brinson, Margaret and '' JENNIN'fJS RrOKE HERE: FRIDAY B. Rodgers and Lawton Waters

Ed! Ne-ff, Jr.. served tempting homemade Frank E. Jennings candidate for were here on business I Monday. I)

cake anti) ice warn. Ascension governor. : spoke to a large! crowd at Several of our citizens attended
\lilies were used for decorations. the courthouse Friday evening in the I circuit court in Lake Butler' Monday.!
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The silver offering amounted tofll.85. --- ------
Interests nf his candidacy., )Mr. Jennings WORK ACTUALLY BEGUN ON
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I I is an Interesting speaker and CROSS-SPATE KMLROAD

MAH JONficTfoUCH PARTY' I,; was listened, to attentively SuP- Ful a Cleaner. B>t i hter, Happier Country
porters of MrtJennlngs claim he Is Tampa-Secure in their belief that

Mrs. E. M. Johns gave n Mah Jongg gaining/ ground rapidly over the the Interstate Commerce Commissionwill tv S

porch party Friday afternoon complimentary I state and that he will have a big grant the request for a permit of I ,

to Miss Alien\ Tharin of majority over his four opponents. construction for the Florida, Western ,' --

Madison and 111.IRry, Curtis Williams -- PINE HILL and Northern Railway officials of .

of Key West. that line are actually pushing con-

Miss The Aileen two high Alvarez! prizes and were Mrs.won bv N. Pine bill !May 23.-All crops arc struction of the road from Colemanto The Clean up and Paint Up campaign develops: communityspirit.
West Palm Beach and
suffering from the dry weather. Bean announce-
Sternberg.' Miss Alvarez was pro- crow is not irood, but the price is ment has been made that trains will All classes of people learn to work and play together.
ented with a hand-made handkerchief
and Mrs. Sternberg=: receiveda : holding Cucumbers. up well. be running! on schedule by next Chronic knockers are led into the ranks of the loyal and successful
are doing wl'lI'all December.
vase. Miss Tharin and) :Miss Williams I
. each received a cut glass bud can to bring shipped In large 'lotsthe According to O. S. Hopkins of the boosters. 1

truest prises. past few days. Tampa board of trade, high officials
vase Easter lilies rose-buds and l wildflowers I of Mr.Pall'tine.'Illited and !Mrs. Arthur the Brannen latter'sparents of the line stated that constructionof Streets and alleys are cleaned up. repaired and thereafter kept !

( were used In baskets and the new line was proceeding from
:Mr.' and, Mrs. R. H. Greene in good condition. I
vases to adorn the screen porch. The a number of different points. Half a .
liwtess served delicious\ ice cream Saturdav. milts\ have
dozen been graded
:Mr. and' :Mrs. E.: H. demons visited already Vacant grounds mowed cleared
I. topped wIth cherries, individual ekes the Intter's mother Mrs. :Mott of cross ties are down and rail is beginning are improved, of rubbish and ;

,( and Besides nink" and the' whit honor, mints!guests :Miss Water Oak Saturday and Sunday. to be laid he said. converted into playgrounds or thrift gardens, thus preventing their I

A host of friends and relative All of the contractors employed! in
Thnrin and Miss Williams, the guests return disorderliness.
Included :Misses Blanche :McNeal.' /gathered at R. II. Greens's home May building the line it was learned are to

11th to celebrate his sixty-first birth under penalty <<,contracts to complete a
Jeannette Matthews\ iIl" Struth. i
v Mable Weller, Aileen .\Ivan'z.(1'11: ( .' day. Among the children who were well and solidly built graded roadbedby Homes are cleaned and beautified inside and out. Grounds,
there : J. It. Greene of Guilford August 1, 1921, next The road is
A. W. Anderson, :Mrs. L. Wyman, were ; I front and back alleys and cleaned
I 'I Mrs N. Sternberg and :Mrs.' A. Z. R. F. I. Greene, of :Maxville; Mrs. II. approximately 204 miles in length, are up. Outbuildings -

): 1'I Aiikins. W.. R.Anderson DuBose,,of Worthington Fernandina, Mrs.:'olrs.W. with 20 miles of branches. and fences are painted and repaired. Property values are restored -

{if! 20th CENTURY: l'LUIit'ESTS; G. D. Faircloth of Jacksonville and CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP or greatly increased.. .

OF Mil. AND MRS. ANDREWS four children at home. Among the
: i visitors were G. '\". S. Ware, of There's a short cut to work which( I It advertises the city. Many communities have shown

.f'1 :Mr. and' :Mrs' J. W. Andrew, Jr. Worthington; A. B. Surrency and take every "'om. a more 1

delightfully entertained the 20th family; J. W. L. Pinholster and l That leads down a by-street unkempt rapid growth in population after this campaign was inaugurated

I Century Bridge Club' Thursday evening other When the departing hour and forlorn;
'. at their home on West :Madison came, all reported having enjjyedvery Its houses are dirty unpainted and than they had ever }hoped to enjoy.It 1

street the wide porch which wa. decorated much and wished Mr. Greene drear. develops good citizenship and builds character. .

i with baskets and bowls of many more such happy birthdays. Its grass plots are weedy-In front I .

black-eyed Susans and nasturtiums. Alvin Clemens mm) Ralph Hazen' and in rear;
9 Among the club Members :\fp. and motored! to Starke Friday night. !
Its few crooked
trees have a look of Bradford
Mrs. G. M. Inman won the first Raiford Brann...". of. Ocala was despair County Bank I
prizes; to F. F." Stump and :Mrs. ('I. L. visiting friend here Saturday.
handed the consolation As untrimmed and ragged' they grow
Beasley were Fred Greene made a business tripto
trophies and Miss Margaret I.ohg Lake Butler last week.A. here unit there; t Established 1889

won the guests' prize. L. Greene and family attended Trash litters the gutters where soiled

The hostess served shrimp salad church at Little Spring the second children play "Bradford County's Fimncial Stronghold"

'r olives, saltines, potato chips and iced Sunday. Till the brooms of the wind weep the

lea. Candies were served on the card Tom :Markto took the civil service refuse away.If .

. table during the bridge game. examination at Fort Pierce a few a street had a slogan this ugly by-


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Thursday to attend the in
I Orlando *. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Andrews extend ,, B.fora buying got our new April p rliallat of avr. "SIMON. PUHB" and CUM r '
o j: their heart-felt thanks to the entire'community BRANDS" .M.a ..>. ..... .... Standard. ., quality far th. put forts run with r
Bits of .LocalInformation Florida ......... PrI... aIu. right. Quality ron.ld....... not tha chtapant, but Ih. bet
Capt. J. L. Peek and Lieut. Sternsare fur their kindness during fur r.....Iaa. Also prir lUta 0' .....rtlrld. ... Mp,...... Diutara and Du.,.. IBli AI_-
the illness and death of their 18-I
in St. Augustine this week on months old daughter. nao .la now ready. writ at onoE .. 1"

military matters. + 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. JacktoBville, Fla

CKOC, Concerning Our People, Business and n. M. Knight, of Berlin Ga., was .
ono Progress in the County and Town. 'I'r;;;;:. I i a truest of his sister, Mrs W. J. Ep PENTAWORnUCOLUMNlJ\ [ '

... I person last week. INSURANCEThat's t 41

-- *\ Lucile Johns and Shelley Hutto rer
Our Business
J. M.\ Mitchell went to Lake City' Miss Kate Livingston and he i turned Monday from Coleman where; I

Thursday.Mrs. guest, Mrs. Jennie Spray, are at t I j they visited friends. FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH :
Tampa visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Geo. C, | ______________ :
\ Florence Powell spent Tuesday -. / Livingston. I Mrs. Robert Tanner and little son,' FOR KENT:: -Kimrslvy Luke Cottage, AUTOMOBILE BONDS .'
in Jacksonville.Mr. of Baldwin, are guests of her parents, Phone U.r It ,
Judge A. V. Long, of Palatka. was Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Powell Agency Established 1886 t iI
and Mrs. Barney Fowler have in Starke Monday while enroute tot (IFOll=--nOne black mare male at
moved to Jacksonville. < Lake Butler, where he held the :Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Slstrunk, Mr. my ,place south of Starke. Owner J. R. DAVI S & CO.twiMii. '
spring term of court. and Mr. C. A. Futch motored to I can hove same by paying cost of I. f
Miss Ethel Griffin is relatives / feed and advertising. John _
visiting Jacksonville Sunday and spent the ..i'
in Waycross, Ga. day. Grloen.// __ ____ ___ _
The young men of J. T. Quigley's ---- ------ -- -- -- --- -- -

Sunday school class conducted an ex- FOR SALE-Three city lots InTemple'
D. C. Jones was a business visitorto I cellent service last Sunday morningat E. K. Perryman left Monday after- addition to Starke, locat- ;
Jacksonville Wednesday. the Baptist church. noon for Galveston, Texas where ho ed two blocks front school one ;
-- will begin training for the baseball ,
Miss Clara Cone, of Brooker, was Mrs. S. L. Ilamrik has returned season. block and a half from highway. Address -
shopping,: in Starke Monday. from Lake Wales, where she visited National Supply Co., 232: ------- --- -RI's Y1T '

her daughter, Mrs. Nelle Hughes, and Mrs. J. D. Carlton, of Jacksonville, Adair Bldg.! Jacksonville, Fla. I
MM. W. A. Colley spent the weekend Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson.Mr. was visitor the first of the week at 6-10-41 :1
in Lawtey with relatives. the home of her brother, Col. A. Z. .
and Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr., Adkins. FOR SALE-20 acre farm, 10 under
Sheriff W. J. Epperson was a business Mrs. E. L. Biggs Elizabeth and cultivation; good six-room house; ,':,
visitor to Lawtey Friday. I Leila Den Andrews were visitors to barns, outbuildings; mule and ,
Miss Eva: Powell who hall been
Jacksonville wagon farm tools; all kinds of
Wednesday.Mr. teaching at Eau Gallie. returned. home fruit trees and grape vines. :'J'j:!
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill, of Lawtey,
were visitors to Starke Friday.Mrs. I and Mrs. G. W. Alderman and' Wednesday to fend the summer mile north of Starke. Cheap for
vacation. cash. L. A. Knhr Starke. H-!> : t.
I Mrs. George White, of Starke, attended I : : I

R. M. Prevatt, of Lawtey, ,': the Senior class night program: Ellery Murrhoe, son of Mr. and i ASTRAY-One stray mule at im I Si UPnit Uj
was shopping in Starke Saturday. I i Friday.-Lake Butler Times. Mrs. Truby Murrhee, of Valrico, Is I place; color red, with dark stripe' I i iI
visiting his grandmother! Anna across, shoulders; weight between I
Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin were Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children Murrhee. 1,100! and 1 -100. Owner can him-
guests of relatives in Lawtey Sunday. of Brooker. were in Starke same liv paying expense and lawns and

Wednesday\ visiting at the home of Starke's attorneys were in Lake advertising. It. C. Grillls, I.awtt'v.I"la. UNKEMPT( i : back-yards k t
Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. E. M. hit father Col. W. T. Weeks. Butler the first part of the week attending It'
I' reflect' the whole
Johns "
went to Jacksonville Tuesday. ,: the spring session of the upon
I'! Misses Thelma and Edna Lewis and : circuit court for Union county. FOR SALE-40 acres land, 7-room neighborhood.)
Wyman returned Tuesday from their cousin, Miss Virelce Lewis, of bungalow, ceiled inside, good water,
a motor trip to Umatilla and Ocala. the Rising section, spent Sunday Invitations are being received in near churches and schools! ; near Set the example; bo .

Miami.L. I with Miss Rose Mae Norman.Mr. Starke for the commencement exercises State Farm; situated. best farming. good neighbor.
I of the Florida State College for section Bradford county; famous -i. I

A. Brown, of Brooker, was attending : and Mrs. G. C. Livingston and Women, Tallahassee, on the twenty- for trucking, strawberries and lint you c-.n'*. got the ,
to business matters in Starke d"ulhterIrs.! Me!Masters and chil- eighth of May, 10 a. m. general farming. 25 acres cleared, avtf3 ot'.
real pleasure prolitfroai ;
Friday. I dren, of Tampa, were the weekend belong to a corporation that must
guests of Mss Kate Livngston. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hollis, of Tina sell Tin if t 3arden
1400 down, I 5 years on balance. your
Mrs. D. L. Rigby and children are
I Bluff, Ark., left Tuesday after a visit .
in Jacksonville visiting relatives and I Apply to G. M. Inman, Starke, FU. without the proper tjrelgto
Miss Fannie Darby and Miss\ Iris with Miss Etta Titson, Mr. and Mrs.L. 425tfprescription JJJj
friends. I Epperson, of Starke, were the guests G. Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Hollin I work with. ., 1,7"H
i returning from where
were Miami
Gary Ennis, of the U. of F., spent of Mrs: P. M. Padgett a few days they were delegates to the recent t' L\ Wo !five them ready ?t ( '
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. this week.-Lake Butler Times. Civitan convention. lr l
Morgan.Mr. 666 t \ \ for you. i iDeWITT'C. +.

Mrs. J. F. Kickliter entertained the Miss Laura Wynn, of Starke, has Is a for Malaria Chills
and Mrs. C. F. Litchfleld of Sunbeam Band this week Ii
at her cottage been the attractive guest of her '''and 'ner, Dengue or Bilious Fever n ,.
Brooker, were in .Starke on business on Kingsley lake. The band is father and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs.
1 It kills (he .
Monday. composed of eighteen girls and ten
W. M. Wynn, at their beautiful new

Mrs. E. F. Pomeroy of Jacksonville boys. days home, at returning Kanapaha to Starke for the Saturday.past few ......... ............Ul..Iww.u_.. tnrlr rr,+1.i "ty.'w tA lfttt /.aa

is the guest of Mrs. J. M. Watter McDonald, who spent two -Gainesville Daily Sun. Q & CASKETS
Mitchell. weeks visiting his son, Junior MacDonald 0 I Ii
and !Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kick- Rev. L. W. Kickliter and son, J. F. And a Fall Lin. .flndftlflttl' I /
Mrs. II. L. Brownlee and daughter, liter has returned to his! homo in Kickliter, went to Jacksonville yester- .t/Iii./ i
is in DeLand visiting Mrs. J. Miami.
Mary, day to meet Mr. Lacy Kirkliter, who
E. Futch. came,from Las. Vegas, New I AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
I Mrs. T. D. Proctor returned home >bringing the body of his Mexlc'1' Always on hand. Th. best ..*- II
John Powell Tom Limbaugh and H. Tuesday from Jacksonville where she lied there last Sunday. The funeral e1re at th. lowest prices. 3p.-
L. Stevenson spent the weekend in has been visiting,: her sisters, Mrs will take place in Stuart today Ul. attention to tel. ra"h or- I
Jacksonville.Mr. Elam Lewis and Mrs J. L. Jackson, G awm. Registered- Eftibalmer.' ,
the past week. IIrs.da Sauers and ICrand""n,1)I' -- I ': JONES I
and Mr" J. T. Moore, of William Crown, left yesterday to I ulCJ DeWITT C. JONES |3ICj I II

Lawtey, were among the visitors toj I Misses Lucilo Mitchell, Ruth Stern- II.J .:..' ?umnur in :New Philn1 | STARKE, FLA QJ STARKE, FLORIDA II
Starke Friday. I berg, Lucile Johns and Elizabeth An- I .. lr'.. it, ')lll! ", with her ther-in-. ,I
II i dre\V, chaperoned by !Miss Alice. :'Ilr... AdM'ne P.iui'i'i, who is .w4'xRaml7aRR'DrrRlRaltDtOtDtlarsOtllahlf( aM -- -- C

E. F. Pomeroy and son, Stuart, of Thurin! and Mi's. L. A. Davis, are at .'c'--t:.. Jacksonville, were guests: Sunday of Kin;'slc! >, lake enjoying a house party. 'e"" irknl '" ""ror,l of not missing I 1
J. M. Mitchell. -ingle Sunday in attending i-hur-h tft -

Circle number one of the Woman's services for forty.flvo years. -, .
!Mrs. L. A: !Marr. of Lawtey, spent M i" .i io'lIl'Union+ of the Baptist I : I".J 1"r'< "N. ,
Saturday in Starke with Mr.\ and church held their meting Monday Miss Carolyn Fripp returned Saturday .M.I' ?.
Mn. S. A. Bryan. nftwCjVrwyi at the home of Mrs. J. night from Starke, having closed i t"7' ( H\iJ k' ; '

Kickliter: and circle ntimber two F'I I a very successful year as teacher In : f I
Mr. and Mrs Philip J. Grau left with Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. the Starke high: school. Miss Frinp 'II ,; t I J
Thursday for Cincinnati where they hH been offered a position In the (
will visit relatives. Mr. and !Mrs, W. J. Misses I
Eperson, Starke high school another year, and 'iUP .. .
Iris Epperson. Fannie Darby and I 4
has accepted. She will be a memberof :
;Mrs Rawson J. Davis spent the Blanche Alderman, of Starke, were I kS ooq
the faculty as teacher of English : '
with her i > v/2. 9 I
week-end in Jacksonville among the out-of-town people who attended :: i
and history. Kisslmmeo "
mother, Mrs. Tatum. I the Senior play Thursday Gazette. Valley I jffvr \-' t* fiis

evening.-Lnke Butler Times. I A* 't.* ""-i. f Ill \ :;
Mrs A. Z. Adkins and children are Q,
IN M KM OK I\M A I fJtsSi C, C t <- //x7 < Ti(
at Pablo Beach visiting her sisterinlaw ,
Mrs.\ T. J. Durden of Hampton 'I /9\\ ( i
:Mrs. J. D. Carlton. Mrs. V. L. Geiger, of Arcada, and !Mrs. Polly Tillls was born September feh.: :xl T//\\ -
Mr. T. J. Dyal of Tampa, were 1850 and died May 12. 1921, ati i ) y\ -
S. L. Peek and family F. H. Long guests Monday of Mrs. O. L. Beasley. the age of 7.1 years. She united with | : ": / :\ ; ; : v-: \
and family are spending several Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod of i the Beulnh Missionary Baptist church' ft"o. V '

weeks at Kingsley lake.._-- Starke f.a wt().,Friday.Mr. were business visitors to when Christian a young life.girt Mrs., and Tillm lived was an active married ,' : J fII5Y7l/ l!( ,;;

N. E. Baxter, of Chester, S. C., to Mr. Tillis 18 years ago. / H? ? ,-.,r'I
was in Starke Friday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns are atI She leaves a husbandfourb rothers, I
and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. I the Weeks cottage: at Klngsley: lake, ease Tho -ofass ttttitteattsesmsscc 'l Il'

with the following: party of young Jesse Thomas, Lafayette Thomas, |
:Mss Colle)', primary teacher in people] : Misses Harriet Ritch, Elise : Pink Thomas and Rev. Raleigh I
the Baldwin school spent the weekend Jones, Florence Andrews hazel Thomas, besides a large number of I -.. D .
with Miss Eva Powell. ,Middleton Virginia Weeks and Mary friends to mourn her loss. "tJ. -
Canova. The body was laid to rest in Beulah 1117 ( ... .
Mrs. M. Leviton was called to J ; .. .
cemetery: Rev. L. W. Kickliter, conducting 1 \ \
aldosta, Ga. Sunday on account of The following party spent Wednesday the funeral reremony. A Y-I, I .
the serious illness of her mother. I,'I at Kingsley lake at the Truby 'large number of sympathizing' friends r

cottage: :Mesdames L. Wyman O. I.. gathered to pay their last respects to
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis. Messrs. Beasley, N. Sternbenr. 'IlueslIc j the deceased and lay their 'floral offerings -
Tom Limbaugh and John Powell Tharin, Aileen Alvarez Mary Curtis |I on the grave. This country mill nol be a good place for any of us to live In, unless toe

motored to Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. Williams Matthews., :Mable Weller and Jeannette Lord."Blessed!" are those who die in the make it a good place for all of in to live in. ".Theodore Roosevelt

S. L. Peek entertained the Make It A Real
: Campaign
Merry Workers Monday evening by i Seventeen pennants have beeu -- -- -

giving an enjoyable sewing party. :I awarded to public school grades in I --- ---

____ Miss i the U. S. for best health work per. 'I HOTEL MARION I Not only to "Clean Up," but to publicly commit to cleanlinessand I
W. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Morgan formed. The grade taught by Miss
Louise Fernandez and :Morris Edward i Dons Law of New Smyrna, was one STARKE. FLA. : attractiveness everything cleaned up. The mere cleaning is
motored to Gainesville Sunday. of the fortunate winners of a pen- I
transient and futile without
nant. At one time Miss Law taught ; Under New public commitment to the new order of
I ManagementCenter
Miss Lula Scarborough had as her in the Starke school. "
guest through commencement, Miss I of City things--so that being "clothed in the garb of righteousness, as it

Blanct..' Alderman. Lake Butler Prof. Benjamin B. Lane, who was were, and, in its new dress, of grass, or shrubbery, a thrift garden,
of the B. II. *$. Excellent Room* -Excellent
formerly principal
Times. .
j .. but is now in charge of the Crescent t{I Meet. or paint, the place will so inspire the respect of everybody that it

Rev. L. W. Kickliter received a wire Vitv high: school, has been invited todeliver ; will not br permitted to revert to its form r disorderliness.
Monday stating that his son's wife an address at the commencement "A.k the Traveling Man.
Mrs. Lacy Kickliter, died Sunday in exercises of the University of
Las Vegas: New :Mexico, where she North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Thisis I BANK OF STARKEThe
had gone: hoping that the climate a high compliment to :Mr. Lane as I
would benefit her health. :Mr. Kick. he University of North Carolina ii I told Cause limp and Influenza \, The Bank of Helpful Service
of Southern state universities
back to the largest:
liter brought his wife's body LAXATIVE BROMO QUEVTNC Ttblati remove th "
Florida and she will be buried today with an enrollment of 2,100 'I C:AM. Then I* only MM "3-w> at Stuart her former home. tudents i C. W.GROVE aW"" a bat. aa.w .

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_.._". ___ _. -' .. .... .- ---.-.. ..- --.. .. .-. -- P. -----,- needs to produce $20,000,000 worthof I Bagdad-lJagl1ad Land and L.umuerCompany
f. PERFECT HEALTH doubles capacity of plant; !
additional dairy products to supply
FARMING rutt'. R.tuI PIli. a..P I. ti..lb.bow.h orotom and In produce p.efectord.r. demands within state. I new $250,000 boiler house said to be :

:, 'I FARMERS and F i A VIGOROUS BODYA best in south.TavaresNew. I
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t 'ttcAPIRI iovml nmod for nick' h..a..ch. Apopka-Oakland, Winter I
I co....tipaion.Tutt's I Ococee 'and Apopka Garden'l York construction I
I 40-acres of land on Lake '
TO CONTRIUU'lEARTIU.KS ; I IIi changes consolidated into Orange Concern buys
FARMERS: AM: 1IUCKKRS ARK: establish\ sand plant
: FOUNDTO : I I J I County Telehone Company. Eustis; will
}Ii I. ItE: HKSr: OK SLUED; 1O OLR CO L NTYUK I IIf . Carrabelle-Graves Brothers' lum- I employing large crew of laborers.
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FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL ber mills* and timber bought by Okeechobee-Conners farm beginning *
; J -,;i its l ;- AtMMhlt CO.MKOL; ---- i N I REVIEW than of $100,000 tomtao
f, I ; KINDLY: ) imv KFUI. : SCAB' Pensacola lumberman for more shipment
:r HEN AND 1HB FOR PECAN $1,500,000. crop. ..
Plant City-Success of first onion I
Pecan scab, fungous disease crop assures new industry in this section Okeechobee-Links in Fort Myers Welcome-Local packing house '
3 t The kind of toad; ; which produces which affects the leaves, twigs and ; shipments of onions now being road being completed, making con- shipped 92 cars of fruit during season
Unless the
healthy human beings iK of grave importance nuts of pecans, can be controlled by you see made in carload lots. tinuous hard-surfaced road from just closed.

I at any period of our lives, spraying with bordeaux mixture, according "Bayer Cross" on tablets you here to the Gulf. -

but it in of the (greatest importance to Prof. G. II. Blackmon, pe- are not getting the genuine Department of labor reports that Leesburg-Paper mill ships to St.
t of the Florida Experiment Florida has little unemployment, Center JIi1I-Bean shipments under Louis its first solid car lot of cover
during childhood. \Vo, re very largely can culturist Dayer Aspirin proved safe by

what our food makes us. If one I I Station. millions and prescribed by phy- while skilled\ workers are In demandfor way, sales brisk. I paper.

has been reared on a farm on a fare :I This disease may be identified by a sicians for 24 years. construction and building St. I'etersburgPmeUas County Miami-Bank deposits in city

i which makes mun rugged and full of : dark green, smoky, superflcal growth programs. I Power Compnuy announces Intentionto showed 50 per cent gain for year end.

''t vitality, anti equipped with pureblood I which is usually confined! to rounded _A Accept On1y -a I Bristol-Miami capitalist buys 10- build $1,000,000 plant at Bayboro. ing March 31, 1924.!

and abounding health, ho or she I pots. On the leaves the spots are 01. f Paver package 000 of land north of city for I --- I
I acres
all the I Fort Pierce to vote on $300,000 Crystal Springs Negotiationsunder
; Is best equipped to meet !, lIghtly: raised and vary in size from

dangers which threaten human life. I very small to one-fourth of an inch which contains proven directions development. I bond issue to finance civic Improve-I way for supplying Tampa with

Further, a youth who is being :n diameter. On the nuts tho I first Handy nyrr" boxes' of 12 tablets Pensacola-Sherrill Oil Company ;I' ments. ___ water from local springs.

properly fed. IH forming correct food |appearance of the scab is similar to Also bottlus of 21 and I Of)-Druggists to enlarge its facilities here at cost Plant City-High record for year Lake Wales-Edward B. Bok
A "Raise child in the way he that the Aonlrln In the tritdo mnrk of narpr MAne .
habits. a
the leaves except of $100,000.Winter
I that on r..t.... or Muno.c..tlc.cidu.ter of SallcjrllcaclJEXTRACTS made in shipment of 1,208 hampersof donates to the people of Florida 2-
should and in his manhood he will sunken in the
go, affected areas appear
C beans in one day. 500 acres of land on Walkinthewater
Park Work started on green
not depart from It, applies to more green tissues. pav- I creek for use as park.
Indiana and New England
i than character. A mother who feeds Spraying with bordeaux mixturefor FROMHOME : ing Hastings-Work to start May 1 on
I her children on poorly selected food avenues. Orlando Plans being made for
this disease is entirely a preventive : DEMONSTRATION: : new high school building. I -

K is doing them a great injustice; she is measure. A definite spraying AGENTS' REPORTS Scott's Ferry-New Walker-Jordan and organization of $200,000 state investment
Jacksonville Fruit vegetable
t doing worso than gapping their tchedule will depend on the amount sawmill completed, several hundred from'state- i company for development
,i off their vitality !shipments in week ending
t -
I is cutting
vitality-sho rainfall in locality. If the to be payroll Maryville purposes.
it. I if a given ,, Alachua-liaised three scholarships employes on ; April 7 totaled 3,385 carloads.
before they get
i i : icason is very wet the interval be- and 21 smaller prizes to be given to Lumber Company operating at ca Habitual cormipatton cured:;
1 On the subject of what is fit for I tween spraying should be shortened club members at county fair this fall. pacity. Okeechobee-Construction of new In 14 to 31 Days

1 i animal food, science has learned to two weeks. Whereas, if the seasonis 100-room hotel to begin at once. "LAX-rOS WITH PKPSSN"; a ppcially-

much. As to what i Is intended by moderately dry, this interval my Sumter-Held millinery class for Florida agricultural workers and prepared Syrup TonioLaxaMvn for tla bilUIL'
' there has representative bankers receive information Safety Harbor-Work started on Constipation. It relieves promptly but
} Nature for ummul fond be lengthened to three or four weeks. the Sumterville club Friday; each
I the that this state is ideally of buildings at Espiritu Santo should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
been much argument. group
Bordeaux mixture, 4-4-50 formula, girl made a hat which she was very to induce regular action. It Stimu'at.and
p facts indicate that while other suited to dairying, with green feed Springs; entire development to cost ,
many '
is recommended. It is advisable to proud of.PinellallAt. R i things may be, and probably are, intended use in addition 1 pound of resin fish- available entire year and that Florida not less than 5000000. I pct buttle

for animal food there are only Curlew 18 members .. .
the -- -- ----- ----- -- -- ------------
of ---- ---
I oil soap to every BO gallons --- -------- -- --- ------... .. -
l threo things naturally intended for preparation to increase its spreading report 527 chicks off and growingfine.

''I I that purpose. These are milk, eggs and and sticking qualities. The first spray .

\ honey. It is certain that Nature i application should be made when the -

d ,: made these for that purpose only. young nuts are about the size of an Hernando-During April the egg

I,I Those who( know Nature best are I English circle sold 1,180) dozen eggs and 272 .

: most impressed by her competency. pea. pounds! of poultry. Glenwood and -, .- "
In order to control eating insects,
Ii Powell clubs each have over 500 little eXnnouncingl
Scientist have meen able to( confirmthe add 1 pound of powdered lead ar-

fact that these foods are perfect senate (or 2 pounds of paste lead chicks off and growing. ,

for the purpose intended, and they arsenate) to every 50 gallons of this DeSoto--Stopped in to see two club l An Artistic TriumPh!
have never been able to find a satisfactory solution. {
,/ spray girls this week; found their mother

substitute. It is important that this sprayingfor ill and a lot of kraut just about to go

Every farmer who has the welfareof scab be kept up throughout May, to waste. I washed it all off and )
his family at heart and who does ...
Juno and and if conditions (
; are showed the girls how to can it. As a I'0
not keep a cow, some hens and a few ,, .
favorable for the of the "
development result they have 20 qurts of kraut .;; .
hives of bees, should find out what is! fungus, one spraying should be givenin where otherwise they would have lostIt ,, ..) ,.."."
! wrong with himself and his farm. 'r ww"s-. t
August. All fallen leaves and all.
t And mothers of town and. country husks should be removed the follow- I \ ;> +..-,ay:;j;.rf\ .

should inform themselves to Lake Two dress form demonstrations ; "" >,' '
as ing winter and a clean-up spray of .I' fP.; :
ji; @
preparation unit nerving from these bordeaux given before the growth I this week; women seem to have ..; A : r .

sources! fur the bent Interests of starts in spring. I dress-form fever; where I made one I i'.-,. '.=...,'...,. =- .
,.. .
their families. form in there must hve ,
a community ..
I. : .oflCVJ \
\ --- IT imms; OUT WORMS been a dozen more made by the "'

Tim suroHt sign! \ of, wnrrai in children is

EXTRACTS: FUOM COUNTY I pnlfiicHfl, lark of inttTcxt t fretfulness women afterward. Priced Car with Pai eon TIres Standard
AHE TS' ItEI'OItTSValtonOur ( vnn.ililo npprtito, picking at the Okalousa-Rl'ports show that 181

tllC-HO nose and 1 sudden< KtiirtuiK. ,, \ in sin'p. When club children have planted gardens :'1A-1
I s'nptonta' )1'1" r it IS time to give
Whitp'n ( ,. and that 08 have set hens or incubators wheelbase .
\ farmers have been 'ri"imi rniifiinc. A few dows( The new Overland Bhio Bird' Longer ,
I drives out the wnrmi: and puts tho little .-4i.'t:::
busy this week spraying with lime one on the mini", I 11 c .,d> ''i, ngnutY: iito'a larger body. Big engine, wonderful power !

", sulphur and lead animate to control i I Crania ennifiittu 1 bus a record of fiftyyctiraofsuuoeaafuluw. Orange Poultry association is \ Genuine Fi-k balloon tires! with artillery wheels.

brown rot and. curculio.Wakulla I'rircSQo.: ouU ,by I ,f
ALL IHIUGSTUKKS) making prioress in nuirkc'i.itr eggs; I Steel disc wheels at $25 extra. Come in, see this
43 cases were sold tnis; \veik; severalreBtaur"r car-and ride.
-Our farmers are transplanting enjoy a
s are saving, jnnrnnteed!
tobacco. Leas' cotton and
1.lIko--Glive a demonstration in aIUO..llcro eggs supplied by this assuc'ntion' ;
more hog feed and grass and forage this week for controlof
grove stores handling these eggs have cardsin
crops are being planted hero this I
niclanose and scab by spraying. sell
r windows reading that they ...
a from yards of association members -
eggs ttltth u.nGv.y wA.ver
Seminolo Sent circular letter to
I disc uA/t $J3rfra
Duval-Our poultry school of the ; newspapers boost use of these fob Toiftf9UlC
100 farmers about how to take and .

10th to 12th was great success; at- i send samples of fertilizers for eggs. I

tendance was good at every session; [ analysis.: Also issued mimeographed Columbia-Club members reportedthis BLUE BIRD

interest keen.IIamiltonTh. I bulletin containing suggestions for week that they have over 3,000 l

hs been tobacco (i the control of celery leaf tyer. chicks from four to eight weeks old;

week with us; fully two-thirds of our Hold one member has 100 Leghorn pulletsfor
HdIsborough- all-day calling ,
Overland Company
.crop was! transplanted this week. (! demonstration at Odessa. During sale. Quigley

last three days of week 23 carloadsof Volusia-Second quarterly meeting STARKE. FLORIDA
santa Rosa-Some of our club I
',oys have nice litters of pigs from vegetables shipped out. Volusia home bureau took place at .

their club pigs of last year, And they Brevard-We have had several DeLand Tuesday; 75 women present; a I

tire planning to supply other pig club citrus schools this week; good crowds was a day full of interest and profitto

members with pigs this year. attended. the members; one woman said "I've

learned so many things today that .
Hillsborough-We shipped our Osceola County beautification I've been wanting to know for so --------

: first carload of onions 5 and GO MY. 7 NOW WELL
on April
meet was held here Wednesday; big long. I FOLKS 8V"c.MT, ...Ui'T Test '(OUR
I are about to ship the second; this is parade with over 30 floats was partof A'S wOOl AS .V1I5 CAN
the of in Putman-Gave a dyeing and tinting IT US.O TO 81t. 'Vou ReAD ) I
beginning! a new industry program. I
the vegetable line here.MadisonSecured I demonstration at Pomona Friday; IN OUR eOMC THA'1 NO

Putman-We held two interesting dyed five dresses. G A". DOGTCR

\ ,11 purebred pigs citrus meetings at Panama and Crescent TOWN(
Taylor-Club gardens are looking
! for club members. Permanent ;
I City; also a club field day at c
line the fact that all
despite nearly
pastures of five acres was sown on the I II Pomona. -
had to be planted twice.If .
I farm of A. Strickland at Greenville. _
J Ok'echobel'--Cltrus Growers' Association No
"pap" didn't want to use the l
! St. Johns! -Held an Interestingfield organized here this week; .onder
o meeting of the Irish potato club I about 50,000 boxes of fruit represented flivver every time John wanted to use ,
when \' it to take his girl to ride, there'd be
; many potato diseases were ; 20 growers have signed up
more farm-bred boys on our farms
Identified and discussed. The already. -

bers of the club will mem-I even after they grow up. By

I Hamilton-Fully 50 cent more
I locate and name all the per An endless number of nutritiousand .

I' be found in their plots and give the I cucumbers and watermelons will be delicious table dishes can ta made F-ward

, result of their findings in their sprayed with bordeaux for disease with Florida's common fruits as the McCullough aAUTOCASTER

record books. control this year than last year. main ingredients.

I'asco--Interest in dairying intensifies St. Lucie-We held two interesting / ) -
I ,! every day and we plan to citrus field meetings this week-at SEAIIOARO TIME TABLE

conduct a big motorcade( to Brooks- Fort Pierce Farms and at Fellsmere. (In effect May 11, 1024)!)

villa in a few days! to study the cooperative SouthboundNo. on CAN YOU
Santa Rosa-Farmers are preparingto CAN vouREAD You seaOOCTOR
creamery at that place. fight boll weevil; one large order 1 reaches Starke at 11.33 p. m. ITNOW READ IT

this No. 3, 11:02: a. m. ,I ? I NIVCRLIARMBO
Osceola-All crops showing In for calcium arsenate placed NOWWELL
up No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m.
good shape with continued good week. Inoculated 200 hogs for RAD
No. 15, Limited, 1:13: p. m. ?
l I
cholera control in two days.
., growing weather. Potato crop is mov- NorthboundNo. tGwY
ing and for 140& 7G
good returns to the
Duval-At no time in the historyof 2 reaches Starke 5:03: a. m.

growers. the county has there been such an No. 4, 4:26: p. m. +

I'olk-The new citrus aphis !seems awakening! among,: the leading business No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50 a. m.

to be disappearing; it appears that organizations; of Jacksonville in No. 16, Limited, 5:57 p. m. ...

dusting with tobacco is mare effective the agricultural development of the Wannee BranchNo. -
I 'gyp
than tpraying.fno county.To 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. Ve

No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m.
keep a sick person from sliding
\\oritia In a ncaltliy CMIJ T. J. GRIFFIN,
down in the bed, place a small pillow
Ail cluliiioa: troubled wltl.; \\ornis have aa uo- Agent.
.."llhYl'Olor. wbk.il lndU.m. poorblwMJ.! mid at s or a doubled cushion under the mattress -
r a.I hero Ifl mow or I esa tonitb duturbauc, about halfway between the hips
l.ftOVR!: S TASTELESS CHU lOMf! IIWD trim-" the Quinineat Iots hot Alteit 1C* 'IL.I
lam' ''rtwoof Ihrw wcl wii'" r-rlch thi- bind and knees of the patient. .
I Bmit>*. of Iu (note fad I.I win effect. S..XA.TU1
Impn..h.dl".lloD..DJ..c" entS.' "
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: BROVto: 01'LsrSE: (Tab eat ran. N "k ob
'I' ( I, m til the whole serum 'nutaro 1 SUBSCRIBE TO
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MAY 23. 192t

Laura Wlldia Roane and Armaric' Prof. W. O. DuVall of Hampton, 1 L. O. Dorman of Jacksonville, FOR CLERK Or TUB CIRCUIT ('out" I NOTICE or ADMINISTRATOR! -

1 TO-DAY I r I: Ellison, of 1I1lasilBippi.I / was in town on business Saturday.Col. pent Sunday at the homo of Mr. and I ..-I. .hn.by ctlott to announce tha offle m.1f of Ctvrk a candidate of the Clr f6 r,, In ro Kstnt(For of Final MhanroiI i

Trenches are being dug this weekon D. E. Knight of Starke, candidate !Mrs. Silas Brown. t I.u(1 I ( ourt of Bradford. ooiinty. tmb.Mt to the ELY HICK3.
I Notio Is hereby, given. u> all whom it
aet.tt of the
voters at the com.nir primary may
Ninth street for laying water for state senator for Bradfordand Mr. Ilouscr, agent for the Southeastern Jun t appreciat th* dutiva" of this concern. that on the 41st d.1or July A. llLUU

mains from Walnut street to the new Union counties was around town Express' .Co., at Hampton was :L.dIII; but *:1 that I urn : ..IA'.i .: 4. I shall apply U the Honorabl R. A.
THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS AGO I to d.mhe.i'B. th. ..m. Having .*rv.d th. pubic li'e..n. Juilup of said. Court ae Judge of
school house. j Wednesday electioneering.: a visitor! to Lnwtey Sunday. : bvfor*. the vot.r are. wall able to ".. 1'.1....... for my final discharge H admlnlatra.tor .

Messrs Richard & Pace have laid Mr. T. N Limbaugh has 1 Mrs L. D Dorman and children of Frank Jill, of Jill Bros., commission i I aa to my fltnnui for th* otf.c. and If thee of the Mint of Ely llioka.': draeunl: and
purchaseda 1 ehi to alert l I faithful and tlmt the he will his I
of 78 about mile o* mr. pmme. at eanie time present p -
out a tract acres a new Ford automobile. i i Jacksonville, are spending' a few days. merchants of New York City was vnictf>nt (ttrirotir support tn roppretful. llnnl arcounu aa administrator of tajdiwttiii

south of Starke into"a city to be I bore with her parents Mr.\ and Mrs guest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 1 ly uielta| G. W. ALI>h.KMAN8UPEIUNTEM .. anil ask for the I. aiiprovalDalpil .
Capt. II. G. ,
Turner and Lieut. --- -- May 10. 1D.. 1024.
called Lincoln City. Comer L. Peekis Oscar Alvarez of Co. E are in St. Silas Brown. Goodfellow.PoilicJ. >EM r VIM.IT INSTKUCTION R E HICKS.

the agent. i Ossie Prevatt came home from I 1 htrt'ttjr announcA niynvlf a eandiilat foirotUttun .i3-tH---iH\ Administrator.
Augustine this week attending the to the off,c. t>f county tuiwrtnUmdt'iit ,
Our hotels still\ have a good many military\ .TlIl'kltonvllle and spent Sunday with of .hu..1 l of Umtlfard county, subject. to

Mr Klemachmldt Is training: school. his mother, !Mrs. R M. Prevail.I Announcements the 1>r'.1'1nn Jun Unl 1 ..romm*. If nominatttl J. U FRAZEE
boarder very Materials are being placed for unit lwtMl. to ,rfnrii.. the dull, of I
when the northbound trains stop a I, A. L. Strickland of Klngsley; was t the ott.ctr to the bat u( my. kltituy I ullctt I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
busy new cement walk on three sides of a visitor to Lawtey Thursday. STUB-SENA.TOR -- the vot- of *v. tn Kw.patTully 1
r..IOl" \
; Iu':
dinner. AT LAW
for the block I
bounded by Call, Walnut, I Miss I.ena Frlgo of Jacksonville! 1 I To h. |1..mocr>tlo elector* of FtftovnthSenatorial -' I
Prof. G. C. Looney gave his pupilsa :Madison and Thompson streets. | spent from Friday to Sunday here Uutriet of Florida : I mpxlfnlIr I TAI AMItR:1I80RI : I'OSTOFFICE BUILDING Sd

at the institute last The I I nullcit your upport for rwnoniinatioa ia 1.0'1. eandldnt for nomination to th. ofHe .
social party Starke board of trade held a with her mother :Mrs. D M. Frlgo. Jun. primary M your .tat. ..nstur for ..." I of county anMor of I.... of Bradford STARKE FLA. ML

Saturday evening. meeting at the courthouse Tuesday Burglars broke Into W. E. Torode's district wh,ch ell-bract. the Counties of Bradford I county and nwpvatfully ....11." your opra I
antt Lnion L). 11:. KNl Ur. lion and support In th. l> .tio
vm >cr primaryeleatlon
farm sold for .
The county poor was evening. Reports of committees on store one night last week taking a I to be hvld Jun. 1. 1W1U I .Mur* yu -- NOT1CK TO BIDDliKtl

its taxes on Monday and all of Lake rural telephone lines hitching sheds 1 small sum of money and quite a By tho request.. of many friend, I .h.rby that 1 deeply apprveiata th. eonfldime" and Seated. hlils will he recelveil. by the Rnardc.r M
announce lf candidate for the
my u a ,....
Butler, the county seat was in the and rural mail delivery! were heard. :I I number of articles of clothing, shoes Senate from Bradford and Union count! *. :, upport trust that you my haw otTloial| record m. In may the h.pant... your and ut tin IWnd'1'ru.trl. ..fflae of..the of neeretary llradfurd County of the Board Florlila'at.
i One ubjMt to th. action of Ms D.m0.reusprimary I I approval' for another t.rer. R"'I iMtfulty.
unknown list. The Ladies' Musicale will hold a !, etc. arrest was made the next of June 5. 1924 1 nauMlfullyoliclt N D. WAINWRIGI1T.I .starkp' rlorlda., until t UU oloek p. m.dJuno
day but none of the articles have Iflth 1UJ4. and at that time publicly
Mayor Knight proposes to enforcethe special business yet the vot of *v ry voter and .trbypromia
meeting at the home I f
period' for the furnishing. of On LluhtI
that I will render and faithful
been Ira. hereby an no tine* myself aa a
recovered.J .
Sunday law. That's right, Mr. of Miss Lois Peek Saturday afternoon arvtc for the popl whom I r.pra*.nI. for the oTI( .. ot tax ajwiwi 0' of Bradfordeounty..ubi.ct I rctor. not to ...*..1 Two Tuna In weight u
I R. Eddins, of Gainesville was i. T BARNES. to the action of 15. DMIIOeratio i I I One three way road drag: : ,
i .
Mayor. Illdilvr to furnish oomplet spenlflcatlonanf
transacting business here Wednesday. voters at the primary Jun. s. 19.14. If
The Red Men are to give an excur- II. L. Gray has traded his FOR SlirKHVlSOrT or REGISTRATION .lM>td I promt to faithfully prform th* the vtiuiiuniMtt. bill on. and the price of I
propertyon : dillvere. l at Htarke. rlorlda
Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin of I candidate duti*>* of tn* offit, ltpln.t a chran. eorrvctr mime
hrby that
to Pablo Beach Thursday. Round Walnut announce A .m a. The lt >ard. n-eervre the right to reject any
sion street to lion A. V. of all work aonn.ctd thrwltS Veryrop.etfnlly.
Long ..
for r lvctlun to the ofTio of aupcrvlaor" of
Slarke spent Sunday here with rela A. A. HAZgN or nil 101....
trip $2.00.Miss and will\ move his family to Gaines revlatratlon If I am rlcud I shall *ontinu 8. MATTHEWS.
Annie and Willie Epperson, of tives. to civ. my wry bvt effort toward FOR TAX COLL.Ecr: R---- I NITF.RT'E. Chairman I

ville.The Frank Green, of Waldo spent Sunday carrying out the duties of the ollle. Rprtfully. I I hi-roby announe to th. public thai I ama f. A. rTJTCH.
Lake Butler were in town this week. weather has been favorable the here at the home of Mr. and __ _C. A. KNIGHT vanditl.it for .*-.1..< .>n to the olfle of I 3i..retary, S- .6ti -.... ,'

On Monday last our Foreman Bill last few weeks and work on the new : Mrs. Charles DinkLns. FOR HEPRE8BNTA.TIVB-GROUP OBI ,I the county_'pl.tan at collector th. comtnif. subject I"'moora) to the primary.l.ellnn will of i JMA8TKHH HAIK

was frightened out of a year's growthby school building ia I i her..by announce myself a* a candidate to b* belt .I un. 6. 1.24! ......m..in.. I' Notice I. hereby given that under and by
of two beautiful going forward Preaching services were called off In group one for nomination for th. office of I, If .*.e.l.d) the cam ""...on.l. .ourtaoua and \irturu, of that certain tlnsl drere* nf foreclosure v-
the appearance rapidly. I Sunday and Wednesday evenings! at rprvvntam. In th. legislature, from Brad ,,, .e'elent' .rvle. In the future aa In th. put made and enteretl on the Hist day
ladies in our sanctum. The ford county. nubjoct to the action of the 1 will apprariat your vot*. Rlnr.rly, of April A. I>. 1IU4 by. lion A. V. Urn.
young Grace church account of the
on emocratio primary to b. belt Jun ..... 19S4. B W. h :
I AYJSiI amifur
Jmliie. of the rliihth: Judicial Circuit. In
of I
marred though by one
aoliolt the of all
visit was roapvctfully aupport
j revival services which are going on I
In canals
Hi.rula, that
I Democratic voter sad If .1......., forth llradfonl County f
pram h r by announce myself c ndltlat
the ladies coming in contact I I raiiNo whenln fe.: L IIIN.... .ia complainant.anil .
this week at the but
young I Baptist church faithful and conacUntioua y
of Milltrtor of Bradford
olTIr' ta aounty.
| I.awtl'YaY: [ 21. N. bTIII. i C ('. 8....at and Hula A. Sweat h.. wife.
I n. Wainwright s. : JOHNS i .
with the ink bucket. there will be regular services next I I saline the auppnM of the votes of the ooun.I are ,1o.r..nl..n.*. th. ....,!rlKnd will. offefor
heldin of Starke Was a visitor to !"; and --TWO-- I I I ty and If ..1..1.I\ promlee, a faithful dlarharit snl and Hell to the hluhiiit, bidder l furoiuih
An enthusiastic meeting was Sunday, morning evening. FOR KrPHEBENTATIVK: -CROUP of the dutttv of said utTIc' :
Luwtey Friday. I It-y"\o lit front >f the Court liaise door InStarki
I hurt by myself! candidate .
announc a* a fully .ub' tt.d. H M.
the Red Men's hall Saturday and Mr! and :Mrs J. T. for a numlnr of the Ho,..* of llraiirnril I lounly.' Florida, on Monday\
Moore :
addressed by II were visitors eoooooooooooo eooeeoooooeooGained from Bradford County, 1... Wp..nl.II..j COUNTY COMMISSIONKU': -PIST. N.. I I I i the 2nd: day I nf June: A. I). IKJ4. during th*
the meeting was to Starke Friday.Mr ubjiKit tu tlm mooratlc ,... I hrrrhy annouitc myself s .ndld.'. for I' liiinl hour, <.f urn for tho purixistf ..f eat is-

Wanton S. Webb, of Jacksonville, who and Mrs B. lll.!4. I earniwtly olicit the support of th. .*-* .*. Um to the oflftc of riot oommlinnir .. fyinir old tlnnl .!tiwivi.. the ffillowlncl
F. Reddish of In ,l II ...rlltil rial. iwtatt. lylnu and being In Hra>l-
tiitvni I tic cotnitru primary If elected I -, for District. No. 1 I. 1autiry It .**.I..,t.i
spoke of his Rolling Exposition. Jacksonville, spent Sunday here with promise( to work for ill. bent Interest of limlfurd I will give the (..am t-aruful and oimiioltntlou ford Ciiiinly. I lorl.U, I..-.. it t 'ITie 8E'' : ,. of

Mayor Knight was elected chairman relnti\es i "ou"y and the state of Florida Roofsect. attention to Ih* dulls of the ulTlc m* I h... the NW t, of Suction 4. liiwiulilp 7. South
fully W O. DUVALL the '. 1ODIH\ IIAt IIILI Iliiniiw J. Rwit: contnlnlnw 4il. itrrea more or
I. C. Webb secretary; Hon. J. M. !Mrs. Colon Miller and children moved I in 1''' I l I.ws A..... the .:", of thii HW \4 of the

Johns G. W. Livingston, John Dyal to .Jllrk onvil1l' lust week whore Ten PoundsMrs. FOR COUNTY JUDGB I th. iiolkitalUn) of ,inv friVn.lH. I ho re bynnnounci Nli of Simllnn 7. r"wn.hli> -. South, Range
I hereby announce myself a candidate for my cnmliilucy for tin t off.cu of 22 lost containing HO acn more or leas
and J. W. Sutton were elected vice- '11'. Miller has secured employment at the office of (nuiity Judge of Bradford county county rnmmiasunrr from l'l.trl.t No 1.I I A I." tin. followlnu |ii.ntinal properly to-wl|
George S. Hunter of 1 refer the voters to my record during I j .. )tow cart and hnrni>' completi* one 'lent
with the Florida East '' .awti' and olkil tin itupt "rt f the voter 41m* s !
Coast y
The of advertisingwill Railroad th termi I )have held this olfice, In the 'I ::; : :: '\
presidents. price Columbus, Ga., says she suffered putand at tht. 1..lm.'IJunu :I..t.| KiHprctfullyII .iu bay man mule nnmed V1i4ir and atf*
window. Mrs Sallie Reddish accompanied her severely with, female 1 earmwtly solicit their support .t the I'KKKIN3. i year. nn. large else black horminus .. mill
be $300 per and I coming primary. If elected. I promise to -_._._ -- I "Tele" and aye novoii years, one
will spend a few weeks in troubles. discharge the dutlns of the office to the best
Bradford Lodge Free and Accepted Jal'kI I FOR COUNTY C"OIll\lI"MIONItR-DIMT. 1'' .blank puny.,*** mnre mill name 'Kit" aifeU
sonville. "I had to go to bed and of my ability. according to law and without 1 hereby announce myself a camlidata forrwlrtction years. mis bay pony slse mule name"Kato" .
Masons, L. W Kickliter, W. M., John Mrs. W. E. Torode attended theWoman' star: sometimes two weeks ata fear or_favor Cc.O: A. C1AHD1NKR.: I I for emtnty rommlw I ,lonr front I and sue ten year

Hall secretary. time" says Mrs. Hunter."I FOR SHituirr Dlarlet' No.2. If rvetMtml I will continue It A .UR!>:flN.:
Club meeting in Starke giving the tluMrlct ant ..0Iln'lIh.' .betorvlc I S-Z.III.S. Kpmlsl Masternlllej .
May Lodge No. 10, I. O. 0. F., E. S. Wednesday. could not work My I hereby announce myself a candidate for of which I am capalil. *.. RMim B were irregular and I got very Sheriff of Bradford county, and It elected I .. J. M. BtlOWNLEK. mInER rON PUBLICATION I'
Thomas N. G. L. C. Hall secretary. Miss Bessie efficient administration of the ..
Terry of Jacksonville promise her
thin. 126
went from pounds Iffe office, I stand for law enforcement. -- I In Circuit, Court. Stab ol Flnrlila.. Eighth!: .
spent the week-end here with her down to less than 100. My equally applied to one and all without fear FOR 'OIllIllIIlIlIONKR-DlBTIUCT N.. 8 .luillclal. Circuit Bradford County In Chs., .
AGO I candidate'
T.WENTY-FOUK parents Mr. and Mrs T. J Terry. I mother had been a user ofCARDUI or favor 1 shall apprvcnite, 15..upport of for 1 county hereby announe ecmnmiulonvr." that DUtrlct. am a No. A. I I eeryrarmere' '
A Peeler flank a
the voters at the primary. June Srd.
M. A. Dukes a prosperous planterand T. T. Blackburn h... served the county a* a member of
was a business visitor W. M MITCH) KUWARDS.: omsnlsed and ....t'n.' .
merchant of Worthington Springs to Jacksonville board and am wtllln to b* Judged. by my .th.1 under the laws of the Slat, ol
Friday. I I hereby myself candidate for ord. If .1....d I promise faithful and .. Florid. .
announce a
vicinity, was a visitor to Starke Mr. and Mrs P L. Dinkins and -election. to the office of Sheriff of Bradford clentlnua. **nrle. to the dutiM of the .."I.*. Complalnint.

Thursday. children of Jacksonville spent Saturday I county, If r-elected past. Kepotfully J. L. UNUCKillLU: .... o,.
) spar no pain I In th* :: th* .I J flterrloks ., ala. .
Lake Butler Item-The passenger and Sunday here with relatives. dull.. of the offlc. and 1 arnstly .011." the I hereby anounc to the vot... that I ama I Defendant. r
Mrs. W. A. Colley and daughter support of th. voters at th* ensuing' prlmsry.Respectfully. ( by affidavit appendel' I. th*
trains on the J. & S. W. now run candidate for the office of eounty ummu.sinner. hllr.t 1.rnn.Ih'
W. J KfPa.RauN aho e-tata ,
District No 8. If eleoud to this
schedule time to the Miss Lois. of Starke were guests Wright and Hob, Wright her hil.l.an.1.
through on office I pledge. boat. ..ro... at all
The Woman's Tonicand I hereby announce myslf as a candidate her husband.Annie
Thursday of Miss Rebecca Whitehead. Mary' Perry and John Perry .
to the InUruita county /lm.l
terminus at Newberry. for sheriff of Bradford county. I am well I i pewdney. and Ewan Dewilney her
Mr. and Mrs. James Shepard and acquainted. with the dot!. of the office and J. W I1 REV husband the fendanta. therein namil are

Stevent & Cauthen are setting up daughter Miss Clara Mae and C. A. she knew what a Rood promlae,off my, .tbillltt dlacharae them alo FDjft. 4O11NTY' i CO MMfHMlONFH.'Mat. N.. 4 niinrealilenta nt the fltate of Florida. andthey
their shingle mill on the railroad be- utmost with equal of Mrunewlfk Htate ofiiorifla
medicine it was for this trouble for an reslilenta' a
Knight of Starke, were visitors to all\ I earnestly sollalt the support of 15.Voters I hnrrby announce myialf' a candidnt
the of twentynne -
and Waldo. she told to get coumu.inaer from. IHntrlcl No. 4. (: and! are over age
tween Hampton so me at the ensuing primaryA. county It I. therefore ordered. that said.1.n.I.I.nL
Lawtey Sunday and take it. I sent to B. ALVAREZ: llamt'ton.' 'Iheretma and Graham. ynsr.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eckert: departed Mrs. Jack Brirgs of Jacksonville some and.p'171".1'<'i d. will Hive the tttnlricl andeounty :: ditfendanta lie anil! are hereby rel1I1..d *
the store after it and beforeI < to ,appear. to the bill of complaint
the beat ....1.. I am capable of I
Wednesday for Kansas City was a wek-end visitor at the home of had taken the first bottleup To Stop a Cough Quick solicit your vote at th. primary,,,,. ftrd.. rtled In said. cause, on or before Munilav. the

where they will reside for the present.J. her mother, Mrs 1 M. E Edwards.Mr. I began to improve. &Iy I tllke. HAYES' HEALING ';ON.. ; !<
B. Dowlmg of Lake Butler, wasa and Mrs S. L. Alvarez and side hurt less and I began to C"uh;! medicine which stops tho rough!: l I.v FOR COUNTY OMMIHHIONrK.: DIST 8 by laid ilvfenijant

visitor to Starke Wednesday. children and Mrs. W. M. Redding of mend in health. I took four :1 healing the Inflamed and Irritated Ussuiw I hen.by announce niynelf a* a c.ndila.l I, It I. filithir ordered that this unler. be
buttles in all during the last for Bounty: ximmlatiionttr. ",.II1.t No. 8 published one* a week for four consecutive
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith, of Starke!"; spent Sunday here with relatives ten months. Cardui acted asa [ A box of GROVES ()-1'LN11AI.SALVI tom u and N Hlver If elect. weeks In the Rradforl County Teleeranh., a
; for Chest head (},Idlt iI.'priroml.s t.I In said 1.nd
in town Odds tin e 1. a faithful( lflrlt>nt per formanc newnpap published
Lawtey, were shoping fine tonic. I am well now. Croup is enclosed with every bolt''n < of thn dutli. of the off, ,ce, and will His'.. (

Wednesday. Miss Dorothy Tracey returned home I have Ruined ten pounds and HA> rS': HEALING IIONKY. Th' only,, work always for th. bat Intwreata. of th* :' 1hl April 2nd.. 1024f d

Smith Crews has accepted a posi- Friday after spending a week with am still training My sides, should he rubhed on the .lirRt ni.>.1.1 ..,u entire county It-I..tfull.\. II.. SUItRBNCY. f Hi.all W.Cleric Ai.DRKMAN Circuit\ Court.. a

of J. G. Alvarez. relatives in Macclenny and Jacksonville do not trouble me at all and of children suffering from a Cold or C I II iiy c. A. KNinirr.
tion in the store regular I ..n.II"..'. for Clerk
my are quite hrnby tktinotinrii' m..lr n Deputy
I The hullntl..lfrrt( of Haves ll.-i.Hnu linni
his first ihn rtfllto'.. nf musty. iommUalnner, iJtutrlotNo r M JOIfVSHiillclllor .
G C. Livingston keeps know that dtidui. will help .. .
fit. th?thrum ctimblned with tin hnmi< I I i ii .
Mrs M r. Patterson spent Sunday the i ., ft. LdinpriHlntf, ( 1I..k.'r 11.,1 N. vw Ith.'i I II fur Complainant. *.:n. t.8.2SNOT'C'JIJ
butter on ice. others ulfcring from vi4 11 Pen Trnti Salve through 11 h. y> *
clu'-s creamery and| ttnimUi If ('Ivcltd." l4i itlvtf lliu. '
with friends in Jacksonville. t n "H>n ..UO: ; n couahI ; : :: :
Wills has been appointed sumo ll'"ull.> the district and tin* couniy. al l lot lb. OF MtHTFR-ft MI.BIlirtby S
John Q. Mrs. R \1.: Prevatt and daughter T..1.. C".j.,1 j. 02 "('i ur n rnmtles tmnhinrit arc trculintmt I'iti la.i 'In fc on*.10.;r.n... I Ir '. hmt scrvlri( .. if whl<'h I .... cnimhlo, !Its nutlet Is ulven. that ender and by 1
express messenger on the A. S. R. & n j '-IOttr. r aptutfully suhrnittt! M V. ANIHtKWS lrlm' ., (if Dial ..',,,lain foal deervi of fnnHrltmuri
Starke. :Miss Purvis, were shopping in Starke -- 8 IMS, ) link your lInlllllltu e.., IIYLSHI made,, by Ihn" Jiiilmt. of the Kliihthlu.llplnl ,
G loud! between Osceola and Saturday. ) .. ""000' -r..6+pGe.yr>rrblpp/JOu AIJNl, MONf.YEvery roil. ItONU IKlHIrE: : hintN.. 1 Clrrull of llradfiinl C.iunly. Plorlila,
Buy meats after they have i t hpffby aim ninci my rntiilldury. fur the In rlumerrv. Hllllllir on tliei 2UI 1 day nf April, C
your tiffin. of It.il-l II"ill 'lr.ju." Dmlritt, No B.llrookor A l\I 11121.\ I In. favor .r' F V Plume. M
been in cold storage and made tender. and Now Klvt. I him n.vrdhe/ nmiilrt'i,.mil,. ,red, aKnl'tnl Annn Coshntt.ill esfb
alias, *.t 31,.* louufy h*'furo In differentnipn. .fi.n,'III ntI
Only 10 cents a pound. I .'ltiM yi il fid. hat I nut fully ...".ble "I .. Irmlifiitfil, ns HiiecUl Mauler, will
('. R EHHC-V has received his of lookM! uftur I th..Ir last |iit'..nrstfl. I i.ffir for '10''liIn front nf tin cmirl,house In
Id 1..t\un\ my, hat rfforle tuwnnl. thltt, end. If Miitrlii.' I MnitiU, iliirlnir 1 II,... leirnl Soon of )
pointment as, agent of the av-r) .1..I.d. 1C. A. W KICK.4MFM1ITK : .,,1.. ..M M.indny the 'nil lay. of Jun.. A. D. jr.
here. I'1I l li. I hihlnlimt) and lie-1 l.l.l.lcr for cash,
Expu ss, Co 1- N I ;
PfllOOl' MOARD-IHHT tin fofu.'hg iliwerlhiil |'npr rip flltuateil and
The Telgraph had a pleasant cull Ihi fnrn.U of K. w. I. W. Kiahlit.r, ask. for bring, In 01... roiinty of Ii.If.,1. end, data) orI
his ri>lwjtUm an a member of th. Ooard of I Ii..rIia.I to.wit i
Tut -day from A Z. .Atkins one of tdilld Inulrurlion for dlntrlet., Ni* 1 of !J....- lots 8.II.. 7 nod. 4. In Illoftk I : skin Iota

New Kivci's leading young cituens. for.t' county" Mr Klcklltor ha* iclvun the' uUnioNt 1 111' II. 12. 21, ti n, ami Jl. In Block S |
satUifartlon. during. the several farina heha nil In Ilowllnu nddllloti tn the .own off
Mr. A.lkins. has just returned from sc>rv.d m th* Inmrd, and we nnnldir IIto Hunk., ,. niiinly of llrnil'iiril, ulate nf rlorlda Innld I
four Urn Inlcnwt of the rotor and thu county ailillllon' bolnir In Seollim .Ml. Tl. 6 l. Mouth
Abtifvillo, Ga., where ho took a that h iMTvlcea b. continual i.f llanui. 22. Rieit.,

months' course in the Georgia Normal M\NY FRIENDS A 1.. ADRINS.
R. A nllRKN. Hlieclal, MaaUr.Hnllrllnr .
College and Business Institute It M KM: It Ml HI'IIOOI. IIOAKI. Olfft No. I for oomplalnsnt'
.II".lu foriiunil. :
I hrr bv nnnounri tut' it -
was, attended this term by the following ...i. <.f lli,*< MChiMil iMMirl from Mmtrlrt, Noan .
Miss .I fin inlnf.> n fnithful, p> rrorrnnne* of ItE.tll.
young people of this county : 'the dull.,. if 'th.ffi...,.. if ..1..10..1.| I .(..Melttl 'iFI.EARAI'IIFOR : !
Omu Adkins E R. Poppell and ... ."1..1, .I rum, nrl G. M I MM ANMFMHKU .AM l.flCILI'I'l! :-INGS;
Clarence! B Marnhburn of Luke .
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Butler. : HI IIOOI HOAHU. l 01st. No. I ", WitH SOB PIIIII.irATinv
I hereby announce myself a .ndld.'. toe In 'rirrult C utirt, Slat .if tiliihthl.i.lk
.1 I. E. Kutch Esq., visited reuativesat m" ml..r of 'the schiHtl board dt*trial .Nf.- & ., ,nl: Ireull!: ; llrnilrmil,:, ('oitnly: II.I': (n Chanft -
;if nominated and IrrtiNl I prtmiie a fsiih'e!
Monthrook Sunday. ,,10..10.l .... "f th. ,lot I... i.f the onlee t. th. II ry I. AM.. .rmar.
Tate Denmark the 6-year-old son ...-.t of my alilllty I snliclt.. the rte of e..." r nmtdH"xnl.
Need I"[ mocrat 'In the primary Ui It. held June. IMflMpectfully '. I

of Sheriff Denmark was painfully Motoring I'. J WYNN Andn. .w .I I "PhIllips et al.Hi .

while .:ayuig with f.niluot, .
burned Tuesday I esndldbfur '
f that
hirttiy announce am a rndrew 1 I'hlllpa' J ft. A.THK .
mnmtwr of th. school Imanl. "District No. lt. J
At Lowest CostThe Laura : ;
some powder. Innn and Lane. Paivlil.r. U.
I.I I.... marl. on a farm at Graham sadisv .. .. .
'. 'uu lli t r \ tin**. ailmlnlatratrU of
)" <* tiiuicht .rhol, I for 6m v' urn. I am .
....nn') work.M 'h.. .-....l. of Dsvlil II. (Imrir. ""_d. O W
TEN: 1KAICS rni r with all lie nffalr' nt
Ford Touring Car I M licit, the vat. ..f .. ry (p>, mnrr.r, In the \ M.II. end wife P. M. McKae. Itnbeelrrtr
Item Master meetevery \ J. M ,...... If living, end U dead
Hampton News rinrnry, tn I I... t.. I I.I I I.it,, "I I I ...ami*.
off 'ftttliful' dUcliirtr' of th. doll. of O"* ulf,.* Me hilm. .devisee. erante. or other elslm-
Gerald Middleton took a tumble motoring requirement at the lowest If, cle< UJ I Ibwp.rthdly. silmltU'l, ini. ir utherwii, ami to all unknown partlr'
his ,'InUnlnv any Interest whatsoever In th. lands
the veranda seat and broke J A Wt4DIN.
swing; ;.>i.r..In, described' defendants' the reaklenM ofvhom
and possible cost. It is sturdy dependable -- -- .
arm. Gerald is as lively as ever, are unknown
sometimes in danger of breaking it long lived to drive con- 1 You anil each of you are hereby/ required. to
; easy ;
:f I.. end to appear. before the Judge. af the
again. VIRILE STRENGTH Irrult Court: In and for Hrailfonl Count*.
The house of W. C. Clemons, five venient to park-and possessesthe I f Inr ill,. on th. 7th day of J.IIA.. (.I. Ivi4.I .
the Court Ilouee. In salil County In tltarke
miles north of Starke was destroyedby highest resale value in 1 k'lorids 1 to answer a Rill of Complaint ...,
fire Tuesday afternoon. propor- IN EVERY SOTTIi "t.,,l it.il. ..slut you In said Court, by II. U.

Next Sunday May 24th, will be tion to list price, of any car built. No n....) ro rmv., M.lnrU. 1'h( "U .The. llrailforil. County. Tslenraph' a weekly
.. I'< ..>|'.p< r pulilliiheil In Mtarke. llralfonloiinty
and Prv.o f otM' | < r IM "Hp *
Lady Breeze's 81th birthday. Nor t.. fr--l I all) run. down cud or.. I'" florid. Is hereby leelirnaleit aa the
n'leweuaner In which this notice shall beiiittlisheil
Deposits in the local banks from the .t7'oWrV3O>> able to enjoy your r."I. .. for eight eonieeutfv weehs

strawberry this year aggregatedmore 1/lany.. The lands' described. In the Hill ,,f ComplaInt
crop ;-t5 Deuofc, MlcBJgastKtmabaut 101 TONIC :l n this ease' the title tn which k* ......ht tot'lieted
than 300000. The Touring Car I w ./ against the above defendant, use

Olin White's bungalow is I, cozy All ..f that portion of lot u. Irlnir. north of
t2M Cmif* 1121 Tudor s. ... tS9Ofvrdoar The Greatly IMPROVEDToric .
almost completed.The $.*** t6S Allt>ric.. t. o. *. I,.". ..., a, line ileeenbeil. mm follows. ommenclna at a
tilZ95 will Snip you smnxinirly. I 1.I eIs wait on the north boundary of lot II. 100 ft.
outside work on the new Brad n.. olh r Ionic hki- It. f..t reel nf the northeast corner of laid lot run-
has been SEX THE NEAREST AUTHORIZED host bless its rrTu.e.cy.AI ilnir' on a course south >W degree" weal acraeanlit
ford County Bank building /, lot to west. bfxindary nl isme 110 acres.
completed.Col. FOB. Detroit Your Urueflsl'sPRICE more ... less) : and the south half of lot 6U
2Sc I ') acrMi .n,1111 acres In thsouthwest. earner
and Mrs. A. V. Long entertain Dcmounlsbl Rim. .Mot and lot IJ O.I acres, ....pt. acre (In
ed in honor of and Suns t.,S .au. the southeast. corner: All In Reetlon 8<. Tp I,
Wednesday -- -- 6 I H 22. Yo. eontalnlnii. altotiether" their house guests and cousins, Misses PETITION FOR ELECTION nitre nr leas. a* th. .. sam appear In Mat
i" tertaln deed recorded. In Deed Hook No. I.
on pave ills; of the Public hvcoro of 0.....-
FOR"ORKI'itl: PEOPLEThe : i Wh.. underalicnml' taxpayers hervhy ptlion : .
? t your himorable. .huard. t.* call sn I'lfictlon ford Coantr P'Inrlta.Wltn.e.
boat of workers got out of sort 2,7ec I my hand and sad 1 of office ttilc tko
feel towingrrrlury anti day of April A. D. 1914.U .
when the liver fails to act. They i W. VUHERM.
and discournttwlnnd l shed. dlatnct to elect, trim trualee amiMeemlne .
languid, half-mck 15.51)) Clerk C'lrcuU: Court
THE UNIVERSAL CAR th'* mill.... to b* ansesied In see-
. think they are petting lazy. :Neglect I Ion* 16. t.. 31. (t. IS. ... Twp II Aouth A. Z ADKIN5.anllettur Pup Rreylfonl Count
of them symptoms might insult in a sick abr., .'1 Paul: also Mellon* I. In j Twp 0 for *Complainant' t-I-IOt-7-4

spell, therefore the sensible course W to Noah Range IS Eat I Itf.
take dime of Ilerbme. It M just Yoseasbs.symnd.lb" mes ........ .....11..__,....J.'o...'''......,.fam.'_ .M"". /_.. Or yaw can bvv I II, ALDERMAN:
the medicine a or needed two to purify the sy.tetn ,,,. For.d ....1r/1'/ />ure*'RMAN': /. I To Cure a Cold In One li.., l

and restore the vim and ambition. of II J. ALrFKMIN' Fake lope Ihe LAXATIVE lough an.l PROMO tteadei QtnNIMEtfatMe/.lie ant wnrk off ,Arhilt 4

health. Price 60o. Sold by I Ia. H. C. IoUH'fNEIC. :" K. w. CKOVt; iiguatuni uu eai.ll .boa 3MI

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aspiration, Neat raiment, in good FLETCHER SAVES FUND the furniture was saved.-Union NOTICE OP ELECTIONSBy For the purpo of holding laid election In
} ]iI have been
I Biff the following mananera ao-
Bradford t County; Ttiegraphr I taste will win you a hearing and insure 1 Washington Senator Fletcher has County Times I the power vested In them by the laws. ofFlorlda pointed: Jaa Lltehfleld.clerk.F. S. Fowler S. LLpreeeott .
C. Smith
I -- attention. the Board of Public Inmruction of
laid election ID
: When apply to the banker for f.nully managed to save the appropriation The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., Hradford county Fla., hereby callaleetlonato Ranker For the the purpose following of manaui have been appointed.
'I and entered tut you V I. held In Hampton Sturko. Hrookcr. Zlff V-.II-} J. tCli'OJollB.
j \ >U: (ltd Afc-Uly a loan his decision may be influencedby $ OOOO to establish a will give a silver tea this afternoon and Graham on June 24. lt J4. T.T..I.C Huen.Join, clerk.Kor R 1..
i econd class matter, at the post outward and '':outhern:; pine forest station. The ( Friday) at four o'clock, at the homo ,, Fur the iurpone) of holding meld election in. the purpoae of hill I.". raid,! election in
yaw manner appear Hampton the following manager are appointed .
office at Starke, Florida. !1 tat ()n will be established in the Flor- 'of Mrs. A. M. Darby, on Thompsonstreet. : A. A. Durden, A. A. .Futch J. F.Hou.er. : firaham the following. munum're ,have b"on10 Robin .-
IU uoldt C. !
.- unco. ,da national forest. A very pleasant afternoon is G, C. Thomaa, clerk. Li int rod' C. bgm'gg. )
I ..__________ _____ The same thing applies to your the committees For the pvrpoae of holding call election In
I E. MATTIIEWH Own.r. anticipated as following tnrke the following munogera .have been at.t.inted >- H. B. WIOOINS. L..>V. KICKI.ITER.
: i J. C. ROBINSON__________Mana.ln_ Editor.I home, your barn, your premises, your HANDITS: SEIZE $100,000 IN FURS are in charge of the arrangements : E.,. S. Matthews. D. E. Knight O. W. Superintendent. Chairman.
i place of business. You yill be judged : Invitations, Mrs. W. J. I'| Alderman T. Brown clerk. r.23Bt..O20Cigarette
largely] by their! outward appearance. I New York, May 17.-In full view Epperson; Mrs. O. L. Beasley,
t PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY tf Upper Broadway crowd..*. three ,, Amelia and Olive Ray; 1\1lsses'l ------.-_.,--- -'
-. WOODLAWN rrmed bandits today held up and ,,, freshment committee: Mrs. I
i SUDSCIU..rWN RATE Hade off with a truck containing'I' Davis in of Miss
1 Woodlawn, May 23.-Mrs. D. P. ; program charge ,i I/// It
I' i I II' ______ '1DOOOO worth of furs of a costly I I Hilda Struth. There will be instrumental -, I
rer Year _____u____ __ $1.60 Browning and grandson, Master Bob, t -
\arietty. i i music, voice numbers and rl .. 1
I' Six Months! __ _______ 7cI ; accompanied by Miss Polly' Valencia, The daring holdup occured while 'I readings by talented performers. I I.f I, Ii".. 'f-"F. t
returned '
l of Jacksonville home
'tTF / .
I -- !I Saturday afternoon. automobiles, taxis, and street cars ';| Tuesday a congenial party was \ I ''f!I! '' "'.-./,,' ,.....;.tf ,- ./--: ?" ""\o.II ..

j I !Mr. R. B. Osteen was a business t ere passing. i formed of students of Union high who ,,1 II I .; .;.0 _.'_" //0"/ ; ;.. t
I I ... "= ... '
,-LSI tor :from Jacksonville Friday. chauf-feur I i and a delightful picnic at Kingsley i .. \ \ ,/ "....-. -""...-: ,- =- I
I 1 I Misses: Beatrice Phillips, Lister of the truck which}! belonged to lake. The party assembled at Cooke : I :,'1 j' '. ". yr .-.
I I Starling, Messrs. Colson Smith and IJ.. Goodman, Inc., and his two landing, one of the most pleasant ,','I i rU"\\ : I .:. /1. -, --- .-.:::...--::::::::::-

4 Ostur Carter(Were visitors to Raiford helpers, forced them to get into a places on the lake. Swimming provedto l '\\\\\\\\\ '\\ :.,;:. .,-.- f ''l5.)
II iiniiuy afternoon. tadan( drove them about town and be the most enjoyable feature of the >, I
1 lien put them out. day but abundance of delicious food I'' .! \\\I\ SFlL4lf\o;;, t.Sr.)7ri'WIIIII)
!Mr. A. II. Harley, Jr., of Lawtey, if : ..
I'j ;: \I <<
1 spread in picnic style made the day I ; ; :: :; ..
vas a visitor here Sunday evening '" "..... ".
I G. B. Newsom has placed on exhibit to be The r... ,. .: ,, ,; -
I at the Bank of Starke three Bermuda one never forgotten. party .:,:,... .'..-::-'.;_"_ w9, J it.I;4L.1 btI .+
: BRADFORD was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs S. D. ,.. :...o.\\ "" __ -/t.'I\.' C'D', ()''
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onions weighing six pounds and 2 I-! .f r// :;.: .. ..,. '" : rlU.I/A/. _J( ''' '.',', '
_"' ''O!
No. spat\ I Padgett! Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Padgett, 't ,, ''';:\ :.':-:.:.. ''' '''
(Membership in National Highway Bradford, May 23.-The farmers in ounces. Mr. Newsom, like other Mrs. Anna Padgett and Mrs. N. E. \ '.i;;;.' .: .. ; .,,.:: ':.. ,;-:. \::;;:'
I II f Association) potatoes.this section The have potatoes been digging have turnedout Irish I I plant farmers three of crops this section to make, has one had! this to! Roberts.-Lake Butler Times. I I "J!_,i"_::;oti..u..'.",. .:. :: .. ..

season, but his perseverance is being IIONU: TRUSTEE, UIST.
very well despite the recent bad I 1I
Tim :SECOND: : : CHOICE: VOTE weather conditions. rewarded.A hereby announce that I am a candidate. : A LJ:4'--:! rneri: on a Dirty Floor
for the office of bond trustee for 1>I 1. G.Bmokor
I. Mrs. L. A. Cooke disaster and New Kiver, and rejtpvclfullyRolicit
was a visitor to occured Friday morning
We should not neglect to exercise the support of all voter In the I
: of
Broker Monday.W. when the home of Mr. C. II. Registerwas primary June 3rd. I have curved the -caused a million dollar fire in one our
the privilege given us by our primarylaw II. Harrell and t, district for three and one.hulf years a* ]large cities
daughter Lucile
destroyed by the result of a
both first and second I county commlanloner and am willing to be
of voting a were visitors to Worthington Monday. spark from the flue. The alert telephone jolted by my record. in tint office. RdttHctfuJly I ]II that cigarette from a careless hand had ;
choice at tho primary election on June Mrs. W. II. Harrell in Brooker I auhmUUd. H. P. A1NEY..:.....
was operator of our city immediatelysent fallen UDOP ?. lean surface there would have
I II .
3d. There is, Is is true; much prejudice I .
out the alarm and citizens excused
i I many OF PRIMARY ELECTION been no irr, That wouldn't have
against the present law and many I Harley Andreu was numbered on rushed to the fire as soon as possible |j the smoker's carelessness, but it '1'ustrates'
voters prefer the old plan of u first I Precinct No. 1. L.....,. I
the sick list last week. !I
I It seemed for a time that the flames I. O. H. Fierce clerk : R. A. Blanchard. J. T. the imports nee of cleanliness. '
be I
It must
and second primary. N. G. Hayes, Jr. In would Redduh and W. Fred Moore. .
was Worthington be extinguished but their hopes No.2. manaaera.Precinct : People allow t jeir attic, and cellars to a --cumulr ,
the old gtarke. North
admitted, however, that plan
Tuesday. i i I were lost on account of the water W. E. Davis, clerk 'f. P. Wall R. A. New old: rubb'sh an papers Get rid of such risks. clean ,i iI
was very expensive to the state and S. V. Andreu, of Brooker, motored supply being exhausted, so the house Horn and F. A. Scott managers.Precinct I ip the whole p'envses, the house, the yard and the
to the candidates. For the two highest through here Tuesday. No' 9. Starke. South I alley. Cler up and keeo clear tc reduce fire risk.,
I was completely destroyed, but most of J. L. Peek clerk : T N. Kendrick J. W.
candidates to have "to run overagain" Mrs. L. A. Cooke and babies Attended Edwards and A. W. Anderson manager. I J* you are onr" o. the many without sufficient fire Inouronce. -
had received the Precinct No. 4, Graham I better see u* before It i* too latex
where no one the birthday dinner at AllenConley' .. |I W. T. McEver clerk : Cheealey Fogg John
required vote under the old law, was Wednesday. She was ac- 1"u" I I I Surrency and Precinct O., W.No.Dyal S.', Hampton m.n.....

very trying and costly to the candidates comanied home by Miss Lucile J. V. Jon.A, clerk; Garfield Johns, B.
both in money and in physical Harrell.N. I Calomel is aDangerous I I Hnynra and Precinct J. H. Saxon No. ., manaaera.ThereaaaR. INMAN/ & RITCH

endurance.The G. Hayes was a visitor to C. Hellberner. clerk: C. A. Youjl blood,
D. W. Moore and H. D May
present law was passed to Gainesville one day last week. J Precinct No. ,. New River maaagere.

general feeling that if one votes a Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry were In Drug Kelly W. M.and Parker 8. C. Cr.clerk...,; manager C. M. Phillips. D. W. I Starke, Florida
;I second choice vote, It militates against Brooker Tuesday. I I Precinct N. S. Breaker

his first choice, which is not true as work. A hearing on this injunctionhas Colaon D. M.and Malphun J. J. Morgan clerk:m.n.A. L....Green. 6.1,O.'10 B.I I i

can easily be demonstrated. Oftimes been set for the first Monday in Next Dos may Salivate You, :, -
I candidates are elected by second June. It was indicated today by Attorneys Loosen Teeth or Start --

choice votes, and, therefore, it is W. C. Hodges and Fred H. Rheumatism .
I especial that every one expresses Davis who filed the suit that a

himself accordingly, and exercise his temporary restraining order may be
, right by casting a second choice vote. I asked for until the injunction suit is I Calomel into la sot mercury- bile; quicksilver like dynamite Itcrashes :::: :: ;: I

\, Casting a second choice vote Is no heard. I and sickening' Calomel 0oAcj.., .
. more nor loss than voting in the I cramping attacks the bones and should you. never l bc :::: :::: ::::: .

\ second primary. ATTEMPT NEORESS TO LYNCH IS FEARED I put into you your feel system.If bilious., headachy, constipated I ;.:::::::::?;:;:::;:;:- CO P2 0
Where there are only two candi and all knocked, PASTE = b
out just go to I
, II' dates :for the same olllce you, of Wilmington, Del., May 16.-A detachment I your drujgl.tlnd got a bottle of Do.l.son's ]. 'I ...:::.:.::.::.:::.:.::.::.::.. .=. .0.J
1 i course, vote no second choice, because of national guardsmen was Liver Tone fur u few cents which I I .... ..... -- '-1.0
in a harmless vegetable' substitute. fordangerous
should. vole for both of them, Q
you one quietly mobilized today to be ready I calomel.. Take a spoonful and,( I
1 I for first and the other for second I for immediate service in the event If it doesn't start your liver and, ( : h (/) t.Lf i
t I i choice votes would militate. Where :j that an attcmt should be made to I straighten/ you up better and quicker J"J: I
than nasty. calomel l and without making. -! OS
there three candidates ,
\ are or more lynch Annie Lewis
ncgress, who you sick, you just go back and get your Q) -<
running in the same group for the ; killed Mrs. Mary O. Davis, police money.Don't. ::: lI l-
I name office you can vote your first matron, in a cell! last Sunday, night. I take calomel! It makes you I
and second choice with perfect consistency I The negress has confessed that she sick tho next day ; it loses you a day's =
work. Uoiixon'a Liver Tone
I it and your second choice vote Killed the woman, who was! 67, in right up and you feel preut.straightensyou No I, ,
'/ in no sense diminishes the full force order to obtain her keys and escape, milts nucesnary. Give it to the children i I
and value of your first choice vote. but did not mean to kill her. Iti'catmn it is perfectly harmless and can .

t \V all have our favorites amongst ---. --- nut salivate I ----_ -, -_ ------- --'--- --- ---- -- ----- ----
\\/1/ candidates for olllce. Wo set our r Tampa-.County commissioners at - ,
al I, hearts on some particular choice. Dut their regular monthly meeting, appropriated .

" our favorite candidate may be defeated I budget, to$7,500 be used to. he in included improving In next the:

J and some candidate who we regard urounds of I
HCth Field! Artillery. The '
" I tin totally unfit may be elected. May- / I ropriation' was requested by of- i'1//
i tie, If we exercise our right to vote ficcrs of thu organization and passed ELECTION

1 both for a first and.second. choice we I h the_form_of a resojutlon._ .1 TIME

!', I worthy rnny prevent men.-the Gainesville election Sun.ot un' Husband:That'll"Why Rhyf do you! -feed- every I, Is nearly here. You ought to be as much interested in voting for the I

I TAX EXEMPTIONCl'USE: tramp that comes along here. They

: OK GOVERNMENTIn : never do any work." | right man as he is in asking you for your vote. The man elected is to
Wife "I know it but it's such
: a
commenting on the necessity for satisfaction to see a man eat a meal!'' SERVE US. Competent men for the job are needed. We want to sell goodsand
doing away with the tax-exiynpt bond, without finding fault with the cook- I

the Commercial Appeal], of Memphis, ing." I we ARE selling goods but if we don't cater to your needs by having

says been: a"All demand over the that country no more there tax-has TELEGRAPH'S HONOR: ROLL the right kind of goods at the right time and at the right prices, what

free bonds! bo Issued. The reason Is O. Jones, S. J. Norman, Mrs. L. T.I' have .
is it right we to expect patronage?
plain. It privilege. Practically, Shaw, Mrs. W. E. Murrhee, G. W. i iLev your

I invites capital to seek inactive Mrs. Else Fenske, Mrs. D. Lang, i Don't for
vote a man through sympathy don't that
harbors/ ; you buy goods
Joseh Bolt, H. F. Fromme, W. E. I I way
"The country grows through in Knox, Fred Carlton, J. K. Adkins, and wouldn't of for that if
dustrialism. The country Is great Mrs. F. II. Long, Mrs. W. A. Bailey, I buy us reason you were asked to. You would

because railroads cut all through it F. J. Pnttee, Wm. A. Fowler, C. H. not of because had .
buy '
even us at sometime done
and because there are mines, steel Jordan, W. E. Webb Mrs. J. W. Grlfj j we you a favor. You

mills, lumber mills, factories, automobile tin, Mrs S. F. Hamrick, L. M. Gray
have to vote for because
furniture factories I no reason a man he did favor
plants, a
J. E. demons, M. J. Green, A. F. Mur you espe-

i cotton mills and paving plants. rhee, A. B. Steele, W. I. Deaver, G. cially if he did it to buy Vote. Vote for the
"Now, if these industries Issue {V. Stokes, J. S. Andrews, S. F. Griflli your men that can do the

bonds that are taxed and being taxed, I R. H. Thorns, Mrs. T. C. Morris, most good. Trade with the merchants that
r they must pay a high rate of Interest. I O. U. flaxen, H. B. Kerce. Miss Ida are doing most for your

The public must, therefore, pay big-I I Sweat, J. C. Black, J. H. Moore, A. C. town and community. We appreciate
gee money for the products of Carmichael, At. L. Johns. Miss Ida your your and want to be

t industries because their taxes are JIcArthur, J. J. Morgan, S. V. Andreu worthy of your confidence. We try to what
I MICh.i. J. C. Daugherty, E. A. Kennedy, A. A. carry you need in slack

i. \, untaxed"Tho public bonds.pays The taxes on so-called McDonald, C. C. Melvin, R. D. Bowers, times as well as at other times. We still have anything need in
government fer
Dr. O. W. Clayton, W. M. Bryan, : you
needs money to run. The holder of Mrs. J. G- Crews, L. Wyman, E'l E. tilizers. Plenty of berry crates and Car of
an untaxed bond pays nothing. A Mincar, B. F. Hazen, Mrs. Ida Max- I: cups. hampers in last week.

: i. makes producer up who the pays deficit an income along with tax well H. J. Alderman R. B. Neal, I Another car of hay due early next week. All kinds of grain and feeds.
J. L. Harrell, B. J. Starling, Powell

t \ buyers .using the taxed prl'sentI'stem products."Under certain Carpenter, A. Swnabom Mrs. R. M. Plenty of seed peas, chufas and other seeds. A splendid line of groceries

l'revatt, Mrs. A. J. Anders, Cams
": thing securities has are cursed escaping governments taxation.. from This Manning O. W. Barry, Holland Johnson fresh vegetables and fruits '

Miss Lottie Strickland Mrs.
j privilege.the beginning." It is the first start of Stanley Cornell, J. M. Alvarez, J. We want both hens and friers. We want sweet
; E. Johns G. W.I potatoes and
: C Frank Thoman, A. j syrup
,'. OUTWARD APPEAR. Andrews, E. R. Poppell, W. D. Carlton, nearly all kinds of farm produce.? We want eggs but we want
L. M. Stokes, Errol Alvarez, Mrs. J. only good
.t ANCES: MEAN MUCHA M. Rogers, J. M. Dubose A. A. Futch, fresh ones. That is the kind we sell. We handle
farming tools
coat= of palntb as much the R. A. Weeks, J. T. Barnes, W. E. hard

) exterior mark of prosperltty and good Torode, L. W. Kickliter( Mrs. Fannie ware, lime and brick. American fence wire. Yours for service

taste as a new suit of clothes. It is I Hull, Drew Reddish, R. C. Cone, Mrs. ,
) an open sesame to the good opinion of J. O. Luke Mrs. Julia Knight A. H. ;j .

;your community.Go Freeman Mrs. Angle Sternburg, T. : HULL'S! STOREPAGE

about in a shabby suit, worn, ;M. Hagan. W. T. Crosby, Enoch Grit. ,

frayed and dusty, and you are apt to fls, John Toplin, H. D. May, R. M.
meet with many obstacles in your ('a..an. M. I. Ogden P. A. Crosby, '

, ( J business attempts, and in your social J. M. Rosier, Levy Norman.
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