Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02231
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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 30, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02231
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I FOR NATIONAL CONGRESS" I -sere i ice men are linked not to tho death of Mrs !Maria Knabb .

: write to Washington regarding the wife of G. W. Kimbb and mother of 1
Bradford County man In Hace foi r bonus- Blanks for
I payments. ex-survico Senator T. J. Knabb ll.ikc-r county '
Office Discusses! Issues of Campaign I' men to tile their claims will bo forwarded losses one of her most valued citizens, ",

,,', And Speaks for His candidacy. I'I I'I I to the different Legion Posts and Florida loses a representative of

Gainesville, May-27.-Before an and they will handle! all\ mutters pertaining one of tho state's oldest\ pioneer families ;

I to such. !Mrs. Knabb was the mother often a
! ? audience that filled the court room oi
'I'i Willie J. Junes/ Pout No. 00 has been children nix boys and four girls, .
Alachua county's court house almostto
designated by the government us thuUjI'tln.y with tho exception of one daughter,
last R. A
capacity night Judge
candidate for the Unite far these application blinks who died! several years ago, all of .
Green I ut this locality, and a special committee her loved ones wore at her hedsldeduring !
States from the second Florida
congress will he uppolntvd to huiullo th| the last hours of her life. .
district discussed the Issces of lilunks. !Each blank will have twentyor Every thing that skilled physiciansand
the campaign and spoke in the inter I
more questions to bo aimwero.l und loving hands could dom done
est of his candidacy. Willie J. Jones Post has
arranged for to relieve her suffering, but of no
The speaker was introduced by B. its committee to assist each veteran avail the end came in Jacksonville,
M. who referred to Mr. Green
tilling out the application correctly so where she hail been token for treat
as "your next congressman"Mr. I that there will bo no delay. I ment.

i. Green launched into the subject I Ex-service men will bo notified when | In the fear of God sho reared her
matter of his address by giving
Jj the blanks for
are ready diutribution. boys and girls and taught them tho
4 his own history, stating that should To write to Washington for uu application nemtmlty of leading busy and useful
.{, every page in that history be turned will entail endless
delay und lives It is said. of this good woman
for public view he believed his chances result. in your application being holdup thut she hud a cheerful word and .I
r for election would be greater than by the which have been filed
many helping hand for all who punsud her "
they are now adding he had no doubt ahead. For this the ;
reason government way, and many persons looked back '
as to the final outcome June 3. will use the Legion Posts to I
to the time when they vlnlted her
Judge Green stated he was born in I assist in the work of
great filling out home of peace and plenty. Friends. and
I Bradford county of humble parentage I and forwarding the applications! to loved ones, from South Georgia Duvul
that all his father could
! and Washington. "
Clay, Columbia and linker counties u
I r education [ i Any ex-service man, whether ho In gathered at the dim tbb Homo to pay

n member of this Punt or not, can .se- their respects to one who had been \ a will to work, adding that what is iI ,'ur.th
now needed in the national capital is nod nn urged to take advantage of loyal wife Mrs. Knabb was laid to
, oldtime honesty. He stated that
plain I t their help.
to rout in tho familycemetery, near
after a short time spent in the hitch i I Regular! meeting of Willie .f JOI1l"l! the old home where IIhe had lived for e s

school ho took the teacher's examination !I Post arc the second and fourth Thursday many years.

and taught in the public schoolsof nights, in the rest
armory room. AH the nun slowly sank Into the
the state. He saved money enough I I ----i HAMPTO'N: -- ,| West Sunday May 18th those
together with his labor as waiter in !
who loved nor best turned away from
the dining roow, to attend the Uni- I I Ii i Hampton, May 80.-,!\frs..J i T. Dyal the low-Hiicred-mound covered with
of Florida later going to Yale
versity II who has been the guest of her mother many flowers, and left Mother Knabbto
where he graduated in law.
i I Mrs.. T. J. burden, for several weeks, ,sleep until Jesus comas. The sympathy -
The speaker stated that he had six "
has returned to her homo ut Tampa of tho entire county goes out:
been before his friends and the _
I II II Ii 'tu the bereaved family In their hour s .,
voters of Bradford county, asking for Mr. Dowling, of Lake Butler, was. of sorrow.

public office and that he had never a visitor here last Tuesdny. _. -

been defeated. He was first elected '''tur, Mrs. 10 Parker, of Campvilla,
i I =T. Mr. N. D.
rtlRptt 0 Wainwright, tax assessor I _
clerk in the house of representatives -
a ; then assistant chief clerk and ."t.&...&.. i of this county, has been a business I Parley Wynn and family, of Aaburndala ,

later chief clerk. I visitor here. are the guests of Mrs. F.
'Micks this week. Mr. and Mrs.
, He then was elected a member of lie !gave a brief outline of his because of physical disability he tried had ho known that Mr. Clark was going Hilda and Herbert Durdon motoredto ant former residents of thin place and,
the house, whore he stated he was e
elected speaker pro tern his first term, platform as candidate for congress, twice more to get into the lIervi@c. to stand for re-election he, Green, Clnlni'KVille last Saturday.On have a host of friends who are always

and appointed chairman of the com- emphasizing reduction of freight and lIe added that the whole attack on would not have entered tho race. He Jane II, the drama "Lighthouse triad to MOO them.

rates. lie also advocated the his record was his failure to sign the in Nunn" be the hall.
mittee on education. Mr. Green stated express rood extracts from a newspaper | wijl given at city Mrs. C. A. Durllng and daughter,
lea-tin of Muscle Shoals to Henry waiver clause in the questionnaire.The Everybody Invited to attend. '
this committee drafted and passed which Mr. Clark was reported to have I 'Mary Elizabeth are visiting relatives
Ford or some other person or persons speaker referred to the resolution I
the first compulsory education law before the house of In this week.
representatives The Ualnesvllje
widows' who would manufacture cheap of the-Cornto-Pmncll Post of the revival services at tho Christian
also the first pension
and law. Among other important legislation fertiliizer for the farmers of the American Legion and then read and and the senate. of the state of I' church are progressing! nicely. | Mm. Zelma Baker and children, of

the speaker said he was instrumental South. He advocated federal appro- commended the resolution of tliuUaislvy Florida in joint session May 23, 1923 i I The services are being conducted by Lake Geneva, were shopping here on c

in getting passed the first priations for furnishing free hog Lynch post! in reply thereto. that he would l positively bo a candidate State Evangelist Arthur Dopmv. Much !Monday
and federal aid in boll Interest is being manifests Everybody -
the free hog cholera cholera serum He also referred to the advertisement for governor.In I
bill to
pertaining !
control. He stated he was in invited. I J. C. Crane, of Savannah, Ga., In.
cerum.. Restated that he introducedand weevil in the Gainesville Sun signed by the a final appeal 'Mr. Green stated )

had passed this bill; that he vote favor of lower income taxes on small disabled veterans of the world war that of six representatives in tho j Cecil Moore of Therossa, was a |Itho guest of U. W. Illnson. lIe U on

ed for the Eighteenth Amendment and higher taxes on larger incomes. in which that organization acting! as house and senate at Washington not business visitor here Saturday.W. I his way to Tampa, but he has many

and voted to submit woman suffrage ''Another plank in his platform was individuals, endorsed the candidacy one was born In Florida and asked 'warm friends hare who are always

to the public. ;the federalization of state highways. of Mr. Clark, and asked them to investigate that one "Florida Cracker" be sent G. Seals, of Jacksonville, was. a 'ifluJ to see him again.

After his service as a legislator lie also advocated appropriations for his records both at Starke' to Washington to represent the people business visitor here this week. I Mnxelle McGruder, who has been

Mr. Green stated that he returned disabled veterans, adding that any and In Suwannee < funty.'Vhen -. I Johns attending school at Crescent
Merrill has returned to his City, Is
other bonus measures that might referring' to Congressman ____..___. ____ _
home and' made the race for the office would refer to the ex- Mr. E. L. Middleton who for the home Imr, ,, :after n visit with his. Ills upending thin week with friends and
Frank Clark the speaker used only
come up I .
of county judge, to which he waoverwht'lmlngly I relatives hero.
elected.Democratic I service men and be governed by their the kindliest terms, and .stated that! punt six monthlH has been with the i iS -- -

I view I 'wannee Drug Company as salesman I Mrs.: II. P. C'hcHHor; left: Sunday for

s K He, referred to his religious belief, I in the drug department, has re- :, L Can lie Stick? e Sarasota, whore she will be the guest:
and added that while bo did not bring II tinned and his place Is to be filled by lot I Mrs. George Blackwelder.A. I'

I I Keynoter this into his campaign he was a :I I 1 Mr. II. C, Winn of Perry Gu., who" 5" w U

Baptist.in I j Owns Black Gold I !place Mr. Middleton took when he A. r'utch and family ware visiting
D.. a0s urging his cause before his: .;-.; '" < "arne Mr. Middleton whose hum" rna + y In Waldo Sunday afternoon,

auiherce! Mr. Green stated that he -'- ', -.II Starke has no definite plurn ju..t i I :Mrs G. C. Manalre has returned tohel'
Ei' thought it is "time for a change" "!" :' ,.t. an to what he will do on leaving
home hero
0 // .0 after a visit with her
wouldbe ( I Oak. Live Oak Democrat
he believed a change C no -
:aid that ., .. .. .. | mother, Mrs. Fred Clovarsettle, of
made June 3, adding that 2"! I ........ ;.,.. MAI.VIN- --IIItANNEN.The ---: -. r4 ,, Thuregsa.

e eels is long enough to give the ofdee r '.-= I
to one man." many friend of Malvin )liraurcn ; ;j J. F. Houser was a business visitor

Fhu speaker then took up the will regret to hear of his. drntliv.huh ( I to Starke Friday.

I [.urges he stated were being 'mad occurred Friday" night in'kllnnville a I I I Mrs. W. B. Alexander and daughter -

iguinst him, comparing his own case ,/.,, hospital, after only four Miss Wilma, wero visiting over

to that of Christ when He was being h".urn' sickness. He was taken suddenly ''In Waldo Sunday.

tried and asked what He had to say > ill at his sister's home, Mrs. W. W. I' D>Witt C. Jones of Starke was a

in His own defense and "Answeredthem VMmon, and rushed to the hospital! .I. i *X business. visitor here this week.

not at all." lIe stated that he 9 4 fI' /Hi- was seventeen years old and <*m :Misses Mary and Ada Nimmo were

I was being persecuted unmercifully l ployed at Cohen Bros as floor-man wa the guests of their sister, Mrs. W. P.

:i and the only reason he answered wall /Ifi-was born In Lake Butler and had ooLTsq, hart, of Louise Sunday.

that his patriotism was being que- lily been in Jacksonville a short timId <',
branded "political blatherskite" NO TICK: TO 'rE.\(;liEl4
; tioned. lie then read certificates from leaven, besides his mother twosnr .
( by Senator Reed'; charged with the Bradford county teachers: desiring
three doctors whom he stated were *. Mrs. W. W. Addison and Mr.l|I I yasponslbilty of hiring and sending. to teach in the county will pleasemake
1 members of the draft board showing II, A. Shaw of Jacksonville, and one stool-pigeons to Montana to qet
i that he was physically unfit for ser .i-other, Wiley Brannen,. of LukeI' evidence against Senators Wheeler application.. early as possible
O"" rco.l H. U. WIGGINS
Jt. \ ice. ,itler' Fla. and Walsh without the knowledgeand
I p/7 consent of President CooluJgel ---
Senator Pat Harrison of MisaUiippi In speaking of his effort to get The I body was taken by automobileuturday further with read' NOTICEI
ti will deliver O TC wf7I'1 f1 charged trying to
speech at the Democratic the National keynote into the service be stated that on or ,' to Lake Butler, where the Senators Borah Norris and ether will leach a normal class in

-F Convention in New York Jan 20th. about August 21, 1917 he and his Mr*. R. M. Hoots of Oklahoma funeral was held at :3 p.m. The funernl Republicans out of the arty, Starke for two months beginning

He was favorite in selection as brother appeared before Dr. Tomlin- I owner of the two year old "BlackCold" was very largely attended and the Washington is now speculating. second Monday In June, at $7.50 per

choice for the temporary chairman son for examination and that his -the first western-bred hon floral tributes from friends. were tary whether of Geo.the Republican B. Locbwood.National 1<
ship. brother was found fit and enlisted to win the Historic HUntockyla will beautiful. The Seashole funeral parlors tan
Committee will survive when Wm. get or more. Correspond at: once r
and that he was found unfit and foUl Jean.iiIIiiii bad charge of the arrangements./ M. Butler succeeds John T. Adams 'with me or Supt. Wiggins.

though he did not claim : al.I'I I I Jacksonville Journal_ ..s-.. ..s chairman In Jon. J' S. S. DowUnlleV



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I have rolled logs, have chipped pine I sf sight lines. It must not be used tach to it any emblem of inscription

gum and I have hewn crossties to get for a cover for a desk table or box. whatever. When old or soiled it
R. A. Green'sLetter an honest education. I believe in the
Judge 'dignity of labor and the majesty of Nothing muatt ever be placed on the should be decently burned. Do not

toll. I believe there is no arlstocray flag. When clusters or draping of drive tacks in the flag.
except that of manhood and there Is
I Spangled
no rabble save that of crime. If you colors are desired bunting of cloth 11. When "The Star

send me to Congress the common people may be used-never the flag. Banner" is being played or sung all

will have a friend there; I was I 0. The flag must not be used in persons within hearing should rise
born and reared In your district; your uncovered. The play-
and head
to Citizens whole or in part as a costume and stand
interest is mine; why not give your
native son a chance. If you do not when worn as a badge it should be ing of it as part of a melody is pro-

stand by your own, who will? I havean I small and pinned over the left breastor hibited and it should never be playedas

abiding faith in the result of my to the left collar lapel. It must exit march.

-.--. -- from Fernandina to the Gulf; I shall:,found that he had an organic heart believe friends'we efforts will sweep on June every 3rd.county I firmly In I I never bo used for advertising pur 12. When the flag is hung as a

'f ': < I oppose the repeal of the prohibition I M trouble which totally unfitted him for the district but we want a large ma- ,> poses-not even a picture of it. streamer to be viewed from both

statues, and will]) uphold the constitu- | ]military service; and we advised him j jority. Please keep united and work ,I 10. It is unlawful to trample sides as when stretched across a

: :"iI f tlon; will stand for restricted Immigration that it would be useless for him to |incessantly for our victory. I upon mutilate or otherwise treat the street the field of blue should alwaysbe
,; make any. further attempt to get into Sincerely friend
and for the your
.,. I undesirable aliens; I favor deportation a smaller of the army. R. A. GREEN, I I flag with insult or contempt, or at- toward the east or the north.

"I Very truly yours Candidate for Congress. ..:::1
I income tax on a small Income and a -
larger income tax on large income; I W. C. WHITE, M. D. raid Advertisement. Baltimore n farmer named
shall support all measures which!: are Examiner.They .
for the spiritual, moral and educational ETIQUETTE OF TilE FLAG Meyerly is riau *be> lowing UPa

I uplift of our state and nation and have also circulated a copy ofa ; good whc:;. &\Ii;.:, v th a subsoil
oppose any that is opposed to same resolution purporting to be passed 1. Do not hoist the flag before This, Week plow h.-vl'i: been U
UNCLE FRANK FOR GOVERNOR by a Post of the American Legion sunrise nor allow it to remain hoisted id Fold in hi.:+ ''u'-i.: : H .> v.on't find'gold

T never intended to run against located at Wllllston Florida. To let after sunset. but ::" i-c pl'Avs deeply
know how Posts of the American enough, and plows his wheat under -
tlncle Frank for congress. Two years you 2. When the flag drapes a wall I his soil and
ago I wanted to run for congress" but Legion, which are in good standing;, and is hung horizontally, the blue he Wl! improve farm's value.
before I definitely announced I wrote feel about the matter here is a copy increase his
Uncle Frank and asked him if he intended of resolutions passed by the Legion field should be to the left; when hung .,f
to run; he wired me he did. I Posts at Gainesville and Starke: vertically the blue field should be to In the second part of ,

declined to run; he ran and we elected the right Goetbe tells of the farmer plowing

him. He then said he wanted to I Whereas there appears in a certain 3. Never allow the flag to touch deep he because was under allowed the to Emperor'slaw keep all
as daily paper a resolution purporting the ground or floor when being hoisted '- buried treasure "turned over by
GOVERNOR and I it -
as see announced to come from a certain American
for and or lowered. It should at all times the plow." That was probably an
governor was quoted Post Legion of Florida condemning a By Arthur Crisbvn scheme to make the
all over the state. candidate for congress and float freely and if caught be releasedat ingenious deeper, make his soil
farmer plow
MORTGAGED HOME 'I Whereas we deplore these resolutions once. Florida-Great Empire to Be. richer, and thus be able to pay
While Uncle Frank was in this race inasmuch as they are contrary 4. During the ceremony of hoisting heavier taxes.
for governor believing he meant it, to the principles and policies of the Two Political Questions.
or lowering the flag or when
American Legion outlined in the
I placed a mortgage over little as of Kentucky killed
my The State
I home to get the money to make the natural constitution of the American passing/ in parade or review it ia Deep Plowing; Pay 'three men by electricity, two I

-- -- race on and was running for congress: Legion, andWhereas customary for all to remain standingin !white one colored one white man '
GIrb Dress Up.
Fellow, Citizens the best I knew how when for some we are advised that the silence. Men's headdress should be Dress Up, seventy years old. Forty-six
My : .
purporting post passing the resolution -
I reason he came back In the race with -- minutes after they began walkingto
removed and held in the right hand
I have made A hard effort to see me. referred to has not been In good I after the
level with the shoulder. If in uni Tho stock of the Atlantic Coast the death chair one
every voter of the Second Congressional standing with the state organization I I
RUNNING ON MY OWN MERITS other all were dead. Only one
District and ask you personallyto for several months and form, they should salute with the Line in Florida reaches a "new he was strapped. into
vote for me, yet there are some Upon the entrance of Uncle Frank Whereas the-American Legion Is in right hand salute. high." Big profits. are made and spoke chair.as It Frank Thomas
the was
Into the against I entered'
whom I have missed. Many vicious race me no wise In politics and neither endorses -
dark and misleading reports have into a covenant with my mother that or onnoscs any candidate for 5. In placing the flag at halfmast, the stockholders exult. If Florida white man, who said as the light.

been broadcasted against me by f would seek nomination upon my own any omce. Therefore be it resolved always hoist to the top of the staff interests! you, or railroad profits was shut out from his eyes forever

those who would destroy me not only merits and not upon the demerits of that the Haisley Lynch Post of the and then lower to position (the top find out what S. Davies Warfield "Good by the I'm electrocution home.mask"
politically but Intellectually morallyand my opponent, if any he had; there American legion condemns the appearance of president of the Seaboard AirLine night going
flag one-third down from top to
fore all I have to about him is
of the aforesaid
spiritually well. It Is resolution
as your old is doing with his new railroad Wouldn't it be interesting to
right to know the facts in the case that he is a fine gentleman; ; I and that we call upon all AmericanLegion pole). In lowering from halfmast ,
before you exercise the greatest, love him ha has served us Ions and Posts to adhere to the consti the flag should also first be raised to in Florida. When he finishes know where how in what home

right and duty of an American citiZen -Faithfully but the time Is coming tution and by-laws of the organization. top of staff. On Memorial Day the the short cut from the West Coast those all. three Will men the black will awakeIfat man still

that of casting your ballot there sooner, or later when we will have tosend flags hould be at half mast until of Florida across to Palm Beach bl black when he comes to and
another man to and I !
fore I offer to you tho following congress Passed and adopted this 20th day direct
and other points how he died
TRUTH have tried to prepare' myself to represent of May at the regular meeting of the noon and at full mast the remainderof dimly remembers
you; now I want the chance to Haisley Lynch Post American Legion the day. connection between New York Will the gray-haired murderer
I was born in what Is now Union try it. Gainsville Fla.WILLIE and Southeast Florida over his still be seventy years old or begin
County, Florida, and reared on a little NOT A SLACKER I 6. When the American flag is car there will be an active again as a new baby? Interesting *
farm near New River Bradford J. JONES POST ried with others it must have the own rails, questieru.
Under the law one may defend himself flight for business and profits.
County My parents were Starke Florida place of honor at the right. If a
but instilled heart and when attacked. I have been attacked College ladies of the !
poor soul that which is wort more than in the most vicious manner. May 23, 1924. number of other flags are carried our There will be plenty of business Young Women's Christian Association -

the wraith of the nation and that was They have charged; me as being aIIJa..ker WHEREAS THERE APPEARED flag must either precede the others or for both roads, however. No tell working girls to dress

honesty and Industry. After finishingthe in their speeches' and through in the Gainesville Sun a dally newspaper be carried in the center above the imagination can foresee what the) "plainly and demurely" for their

seventh prrade" in our little (dark! circulars! distributed throughout published In Gainesville, Fla., others, on a higher staff prosperity of Florida is to be. souls' sake and to impress possible -
country school I launched Into the the district. They have also said other a resolution purporting to come from the Jacksonville husbands with their good
which -
7. In raising tho other flags with That State as
world for myself borrowed $$30.00, strange things about me. Gornto Pinell Post American Legion, Journal tells you, Jeffer qualities. Sensible Helen Gwynne,
took a teacher's course with It and During the world war I offered my of Williston State of Florida, condemning ours the American flag must be son could once have bought for retiring president; of the Y. W.

began teaching in a one-teacher rural services On August 22 1917, my a candidate for Conln' lIand above the others-never below. five cents! an acre and ultimatelydid C. A., who is a factory werker,

school In Bradford County when I was brother and I went before Dr. J P. WHEREAS, we deplore these resolutions 8. Tho flag must never be draped buy for fifteen cents an acre, and has presided over an assembly -

sixteen years of ago.: Since this timeI Tomlinson who was medical mem'' in as much as such action Is but always arranged to hang in ia apt one day to be in several of 30,000 factory girls, tells
have worked my own way. I taught; of the draft board of Bradford county strictly contrary to the principles and different ways the greatest Statein these girls to dress as conspicuously -
school for many years under a third Florida, and! asked him to examine us policies of the American Legion at the Union. as they} can "even flashily."
grade, second grade first grade state as to our fitness for military service. lain down and provided by the constitution r The rich girl says Miss Gwynne

and life state teacher's certificate; (We> thought that later we would be thereof and Two questions that Interest politicians can afford to dress plainly. That
rose' from one teacher rural school to drafted and desired to volunteer before WHEREAS, this post through Its Rebuild With are these: seta her off in her luxurious sur

iprlncipalshlp of the Suwanee County same). Here Is a certificate of Commander has been advised by telegram Can the Democrats be persuadedto roundings. But thj working girl,
High School. his findings: by Department Commander Jas. I give up the rule that compels a in her plain home must dress as

I graduated from tne tJnlversIty W. Morrles that the Post, from which 101 TonicAn man to get two-thirds of all the well as she can, by way of con-

of Florida finishing four years' workin take Wales Florida Oct. tB, 1923 said\ resolution emanated has wholly delegates before he can be nominated trast with her surroundines, if she
less than three fur failed to comply with the ruling of TAnd wants to marry. Sensible Miss
years and so ns TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: IMPROVED tonlo for buildIng :
I knew without demerit the St. Petersburg convention, In thatIt will the Democrats put in Gwynne.
ever or tin This, Is to that rugged strength and eorre t-
certify was a has failed to render its renort and
excused their national platform a plank
absence. I waited fin the (nil Malaria, Chili. and Fiver.
tables and did other work while thereto resident of Bradford County, Florida pay its dues therefore we feel that Cold and L* Grippe. denouncing the Ku Klux Klan and An automobile smash-up with
defray my expenses. After finishing (luring the World War and was a said post, was without power to officially No matter bow manother thus outlawing many Southern Jesse James hurt reveals the fact

the University, I went to Yale( member of the Examining Hoard un- function and I tonlo you have taken you will States on whom the Democratsmust that the son of the great highwayman
( University, "'studied\ law and was der the draft law Col Floyd Green WHEREAS, the American Legion be Hurpriatfd and delighted. with depend to win? now works as a patrel to prevent -
and his brother R. A. Green care to i Is not in politics and is the tiulck aiare re.ut! you will It is delicate and highwaymen holding auto-
admitted to tho Florida Bar by mv office and asked. to examine' expressly enjoined vet In taking. 101 TONIC. Get a question maybe up
Sunremo Court examination." them me from participating! therein. till great rebuiljer thin Spring -olved by sumo vague generalization mobiles. ?
I am and have been for many yearsa as in their fitness for militaryorvlce. Therefore bo it resolved that theWil- -it will .Hive you a now l levee on concerning all secret so- Everywhere you see vended
T did so. T found Col. Floyd I lie Jones lUe F .' .,- ;..
member of the Baptist! church "n,1my J. Post No. Ninety of cieties. g "Vntrnst. in charU7UlgHgg3flHPfflCflSMifBQ -
Green .
only aim in life In to serve Cod< nbl and he enlisted In the the American Legion condemns the .At Your Drusgi.t'. .n, ?
faithfully and man efficiently army R. A. Green was unflt on acrount appearance of the aforesaid resolution PRICE 25cI
i POLITICAL ACIIIKVEMENTS: I of weak heart and other physln1 and nectllv! as this resolution ,
< rli-ahility. This in of
In 101.1: I was elected over seven 1917. summer was passed bv a post that disregarded I :: of the Florida the principles of our organization
opponents as
messenger Very I
House of representative In 1015! !51 truly yours, and it appears' Is not in good standing,
; J.
M. D.TTe I The Champion j
Unanimously elected assistant chief nnd we call upon nil American Legion! a
-.-- Posts. In the State of Florida to strictlr
clerk of the house; din 1917 electe :
ndvlslnir uses! above, my brother 1 adhere to the Constitution and bylaws
chief clerk bv an overwhelming volunteered the next day, August of our organization. I, .. ,,---.. .... .
majority; In HUll T win elected m..mb..r : ,1 ": III
23. 1M7. and within a few weeks was '' '
Passed. nod adopted this 23rd:
of the house from Bradford in France. The qtiestlonnrrlcs. day I' j';
weromnlled May A. D. lf!>24 In a called meeting
nominated and elected
out n littlo later. T filled! ont I.e.!
of the Willie J. Jones. Post American
out opposition. T was made 'wlt.h'l. mine stating the truth therein and
Legion, Starke. Florida
of tho house '
pro-tern nnd "
to same. T did not waive exemption .
many .committees being chairman of because If T became physlcallr OWKN J. ANTLERS .;?',""

I the committee on education. This fit I desired I to he able to choose Pnst Adjutant
Willie J. Jones
committee hrottr.ht out and i-hssed, Post.
our mv line nf ervlce nnd not be drafted.! .
( first compulsory school attendance The draft Honrd, never called me be 1---. ,
law the widows pension law and fore it and in mv absence classified .. every man I
t many other proirresslvp educational me In thefifth, class bv virtue of my placed In a deferred classification. was I
measures. While a member of tho henna Chief Clerk of the Florida I a slacker and every man refilled for"hv1ll..nl

home T Introduced and passed. the first Legislature. elected for two yenrs.' T I nnfitne by the draft nonrdq :
HOST Cholera Serum lawvoted; for nil hive n certificate from the membersof were slackers. I worked for the Red vD'x
temperance measures! Including the the board. Cross", liberty loans and all war activities i
federal and even borrowed more, .* ten '
prohibition amendment; voted After belnir! classified. in fifth class The 3-12 Inch
for referendum on woman suffrage per cent interest. from a bank and invested Carriage Will Take Paper
and while Princlnnl of the SuwaneoHii'h i it In Liberty Bonds. 121.2 Inches Wide
and for many other progressive meal" School T called two medical
ures. So far ns I know and I have members' of the Snwannep County- The silver tounged orators are

'J searched the record. I never misseda Draft Board, and, ask them for exami traveling In fine automobiles and! .
roll call during the entire regular nation. T thought snenklnp/ against me' In twos and I \
perhaps T had become
threes. The C. Smith
session.In outside
otrnnn-er, and they would newspapers! of the
1020 T elected pms district and of them I .
was\ by almost two- "'''. nod felt It mv duty" to enter the many inside of
\ thirds majority for county Judge of nrmv If necentaMe. The,; following our district are assailing. me. I have
,1 Bradford county and I am now serv- the certificates from these are no money to pay them for large ads., I
f fnc? AM Miicl' ,ifnM"1. members two doctor but a few of the, little papers are kind For
of the Suwnnnee
PLATFORM HoardOffice' Draft enough to speak for me. I did not Every Need

Amoncr the things I will work towards have the money to pay for a page In I
If you send' me to congress the candidates' booklet prepared by ,!
will be: reduction In your freight of IT. M. Strickland M. D. the Secretary of State so' you will not'

and express rates; they have grown Live Oak Florida May 11. 1013.! see' mv name In It. T am traveling by L C. Smith typewriters' are made with carriage of different 1

higher and higher for the past. TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN: myself In my little Ford not even able widths from the
regular model the
twenty years, are now all out of : This Is to certify that Professor R.> to nay a drivers board, but I have an I to one which lakes pa-
proportion, unjust unreasonable and A. Green was. caref"llv examined byme chiding faith In the good people of per 26 1-2 inches wide.

are destroying the Industry( of OUT and Dr. W. C. White, both mem the Second Congressional, district. My e
state. The produce of the farmer hers of the examining board, a few friends have never let me be defeated These wide carriage models are especially well liked by the

and truckers is rotting In the fields weeks a 1(1. We found that he has a and T believe they are going to elect typut, because it lakes
and me this time. As no more force to operate the shift key
the farmers are becoming impoverished weak heart and also other physical soon as yon read
and penniless., I believe conditions which render him objestlonal :- this T want yon to send a letter to five than it does on the regular model. The width of the carriage -
the shipping, rates, can be reduced I for military service. of your friends, asking! them to beta ... -
t and me. work for ---. does not affect the operation of the shift key becausethe
I would like to have a chance to "respectfully, me on June the third '' '
try to do It. n. M. STRICKLAND. M. D.Examiner. and as the votes' are counted be there t-v. type is shifted-not the carriage.On .
I shall also work towards dredging look on and count mine as the pages" Jack Dempsey, as he makes-up

the Suwannee river; federal.. aid for P. S. TV. White Is away specializ are turned and Immediately notify for his movie acting slicks back account of ball bearing construction the shift key on all
I the eradication tit the cotton boll lag at this time. me of the result! In your preclnt. his hair and dolls up with grease models with little
weevil and the hog cholera plague; My fellow citizens It Is democratic paint-but he can't hide that won- operates very more pressure than is required -

Increased loans to farmers through W. C White. M. D.. Comer Pine and and conducive to good and safe government Jcrful fighting physique.Hall's for the type keys.
the Federal Land Banks; increased Howard Streets to rotate the high offices" and
federal aid for roads, thus decreasing. Live I think TWENTY LONG YEARS is The booklet "The Greyhound of the Office" tells
our county road tax; law compelling Oak Florida April 8, 1024. long enough for a man to stay in Catarrh Medicine about this feature. more
TO It can be had for the
railroad and express, companies to WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN: Congress. If asking
you are going to educate Those who
are In a "run down" condItion
settle ,claims more promptly; extended This Is to certify that I was a member train and prepare' vour boys and then will notice that Catarrh bother
hospital treatment and vocational of the Examining Board forSuwannee deny them high office' and ken: a man them much more than when they are In L. C. Smith & Bros.
training for wounded and disabled County Florida during the In Congress for over TWENTY LONG Good h.alth. This tact.proves that while Typewriter Co.
Catarrh M local
war veterans. a lle u It la greatly
My action
on any proposed World War and that Judge R. A. YEARS why don't yon tear downYOUl' Influence. by constitutional condition..
bonus or any other legislation. Green of Bradford County. Florida] school houses destroy your Universities HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE eon- Executive Offices : : SYRACUSE N. Y.
for tre benefit of the world war was at that time principal of the and say., education, clean Hv- alati of aa Ointment which Quickly
veterans will be governed by the Suwannee High School Insr and ambition Is Keller** by local application tad the 120 West Adams
recommendation He called onme a farce and tell Internal Medicine, a Tonic which ...1.,. Street Jacksonville Florida
of ,
eT the Amprl..a"1.f'Jllon and Dr. II. !M. Strickland anothermember your ions to forget their ambitions In !ImproYlne the General Health.
i Posts in my District; I shall of our Board for examina I and be horny handed sons of toil. Sold by drug*>.lta for over 40 Tears.
work for the construction of a canal ''tion; we carefully examined him as I am not ashamed to tell you I have V} J, :Cheney *. Co.. Toledo Ohio

across the state through OUT district. 'to his fitness for military service and plowed. I have hoed I have split rails!! "... .. .... ....... '[1IImtr .


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----------1 Democratic Party, Precinct No. 8, Bradford CountyInstructions

iv State News AU'MSPIfflN : To vote for any candidate, make a cross (X) in tho square in the appropriate column according

L to your choice, at the right of his name. Vote your first choice in tho first column; vote your second

.e..esw..w..rs..a rrrena.es.WTold choice in the second column.

by Our Exchanges. For President of the United Slate.: tI; For Governor
o ro

",- .._ ...... __nm.n..,.. ,... ,,_D.n. .n... ........ Vote for One First Choice. 111 Vote for one First Choice I c (l"O a ivI
j and OM Second Choice. J1
Miami-Plans for construction of a day by the state road department. A Say "Bayer"-Insist!

water pipe line from Florida City to, total of $:!53S.iI.7S! is involved. The WILLIAM G. MeADOO. I II I SIDNEY J. CATTS. I I

Key Largo and probably to Lower Me- contracts have not yet been awarded. For Pain Headache: I 1--1 II-R
acube island, which is halfway be- FRANK E. JENNINGS. I
Tampa-Bonds have been sold Neuralgia: Rheumatism 1-1
tween the mainland and Key West, ( I
amounting to $189,000! toprovide I For Presidential Electors, .
has been announced following permit ColdsS JOHN \' MARTIN. I I
{funds for drainage work in the Dover Group No. 4.
obtained by C. J. Husslekamp and associates
from the board of county I Drainage district, contarct for which Accept only a Vote for One First Choice. CHARLES II. SPENCER I I-a I IJ
already has been awarded. Work, a/'e. 1-1
commissioners of Dade county to con- Haver i I
which involves 11,640 acres, is expected LEO ANDERSON.
struct it in this county. A similar WORTH W. TRAUELLI: ( I I )
to be within
completed twenty
permit will be sought Monroe coun- proven directions f I I
months from the date it is begun. C.IY. CORR. I
ITitnily "Unyer" of 12 tablet
ty. For: State t Superintendent of Public instruction:
Also bottles of 24 amiAMplrtn IOB-lJrUIlItI.t. I 1--1
Daytona Contract has been Vote for One First Choice.
Macon, Ga.-A man whose name In th. tmli* mark of Payer Mnti For Presidential Electors.
awarded to a local firm for construction fucture or &looaac.*llc.clil*.l.r of .01l'JII.0.10I I-I
could not be learned is being held in Group, No. 6.
of the new waterfront park here W. S. CAWTHON. I I
Vote for One First Choice.
here in connection with
Dupont, near ,
ed for the lighting be
The lowest bid submitted was for new / systtcm +
the hold-up of an express messengerand installed on the campus, and work I I-I I R. R. RILEY. I I {
robbery of an Atlantic Coast Line I'$202,106.50. The work i is> to begin by will begin theirarrival. D. W. BERRY. I I -i I
June 1 and completed by February 1, upon
Fla. --
railroad payroll at High Springs, ,
1925. For Railroad (VmniinHioner, for unexpired term.
recently, according to information ob- Turpa.-Bonds have been sold J. F. DORMAN. I I Vote for One First Choice.

tained by long distance telephone. In Fort M'ers-On the ways of a amounting to $180,000, to provide 1-1 I-I I' 1
funds for drainage work in the Dover For Representative In Congress, I
than ta-
the hold-up more $16,000 was Fort Myers shipyard, nearly completed ALTON n. CARTER. I
ken. is a wonderful little speed boat drainage district, contract for Second Congressional District I 1-I
which has been awarded. Vote for One First Choice
for Zane Grey, the well known author.It .
Tampa-Official announcement will be shipped to Canada withinu Work, which involves 11,540 acres, is 1--1 I
been made here that work soon will FRANK I-
expected to be completed within CLARK I I -
few days, where Grey will have it General.
be started on a short branch line of _
twenty months from the date it is
for his vacation.
summer i I Vote for Ono First Choice
railroad connecting with the main line begun. R. A. GREEN I I

of the Seaboard in the Tampa terri- I. Tallahassee- Voting precincts of I-!

tory. It will run from Valrico to Welcome 'of the state of Florida by countiesnow Went Palm Beach.-This city has H J, CLIFFORD R. FOSTER. G

Junction. total 1,104, according to a revised decided to beautify the 21-acre plot For Delegates to National -r f
of of land about the incinerator and GEORGE: J. GARCIA. I
list tabulated by the Secretary Democratic Convention, I--I I
Jacksonville-This city is the lead- .
State. HilUborough county has fifty fronting Belvedere road extension State at Large
ing naval stores port of the world. In For Slate Senator 13th Senatorial Dlxtrlct.
with banana plants. In authorizing "
percent more than any other county Vote for Four First Choice
1923 they shipped 128,990 barrels of I Vote for One First Choice.
City Manager Wright to set to work
I Jin the state, with a total of 65. Polk .
turpentine, 50,533 barrels going to comes next with 42 then comes Duval investigating the cost of the work, he J. T. APPLEVAl1D' 1-1 I I I-I I
other of the country, while 78- |, J. T. HARNES.D. : .
parts was instructed to ncluUe coconut
[with 39; Eacambla, 37; Marion 33; I-I
455 barrels went abroad. Of resin, (' palms in the beautificatIon plans.] I''
Palm Beach 31 and Dade 30. WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN. I
539,893 barrels were shipped, 345,327to -I K. KNIGHT.

foreign countries and 194,466 to do- I Tallahassee )large representation The Sante Fe Truck Growers Association ROY CAMPBELL. I 1 I I-I I .

mestic parts. of Florida men who attended the has built a packing house on For Sheriff.

Fort McPherson, Ga., officers' train the Atlantic Coast Line railroad, and Vote for one First. Choice:
Fort Myers-Road improvement ing camp and later fought in France are grading, packing and shipping W. CARTER I I and for one Second Choice.

. bonds were authorized by the voters cooperatively. Pupa and Company, of --
I:with the 82nd Division will go to | I I-I--I I t
' of Lee county by a vote of practicallY] ''New York, have been contracted with GERTRUDE D. CORSET I 1 '
Savannah for the reunion to be held q !t AJ.VAREZ. I '
i'ninetyfive' per cent in favor of bonds there June 5.6 and 7 of the 31st and''to act as salesman for the associatoin. I-I I-I -I \
', to five per cent against the propos i- 82nd Divisions in conjunction with the Farmers in that section state B. CRAMER W. MITCH EDWARDS. l=' .

tion. The total issue authorized will if they get a good rain in the next
1 American Legion convention. l lI I "-"-"- '
amount to $1,650,000 of which $4,000is few days quite a large amount of I I'I w. J, EPPFRSON.CROMIVELL t= ,
for the retirement of bonds and of I La Belle-While visiting in La produce will be marketed by the as I

time warrants outstanding and $1- Belle recently Edward W. Koch who sedation GIBBONS I I II For County ARHenwir of Taxes.

250,000 is for construction of roads l's' interested in analytical chemistry < I I I I Vote for One First Chotoo.
Gainesville Gainesville continuesto ALBERT W. GlI.CIIRIST, 1-'
and bridges. as well as in hunting" and fishing
I forge ahead in business circles. On 1-1 I I.-I I IJ
trips to the
Big Cypress in Hendry
Tallahassee-Florida is losing each 'county's wilderness, noticed a pecular or about June l., the Woolworth) people F. C. GRICGS I I I

year more than $5,000,000 worth of quality about the soil in various part owners of a very largo chain of t-I I II II 1-
milk in feeding cattle ticks, accordingto 'Sot the Devils Garden district After ,ten cent stores, will take active W. M. IGOU. I 1 i Nhl.

government experts who have investigated charge of the old Florida Dank and '
study well
,/ as as some experimenting '
For Tut Collector
the cattle tick fever situa- '
and analyzing, Mr. Koch Trust Company building, together l\Iom'Y. Ii
Vote for One First Choice.
tion in this state, it Is declared ih In- 'says he has discovered that this soil'|with the store room next door, now I

formation received from Washington.The ''contains radium. If true, this wild I'occupied by W. Sobol, and will opena PAT I\lUlU'JY.[ I r i
of loss it is stated, is I I I
:frontier will become the scene of a ten cent ttture. This will make tha 1-1 I

based on a 42 per cent reduction of 'kind of human activity in support ofman's I second toro of the kind in the city, F. V. P.\RADlSF I I
the tick and short _I
milk flow due to a the McCrory Company having oper- I
/J most advanced scientific progress l
lacation period of only 200 milking instead of being the home of \ated one here for several years. GILCHRIST n. STOCKTON. I I I II -
For Member Hoard of Public In
in the This, it is pointedout *
days year. 'the deer, turkey, otter and. other wild I I
Richie District No. 3.
Daytona-Harry an Syear01(1 I strurtion
is causing a loss per cow of $00 PERRY G. WALL '
annually or more than five million"I |creatures, as it is at present. boy shot anti killed himself, while 1-I Vote for One First Choice

'"I dollars for the 98,000 dairy cows in I l\lillmi.-Erne Cotton, director of \'playing: with a revolver at the family For Delegates to National Democratic

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)i: the state. public service, states that work on home, one shot *i .. his -.. Convention, Second Congresional J. A. WASDIN. I-J J

laying/ the pipe line to the wells at within on inch of his heart. Upon DMrlct. II
i Gainesville-The $3000,000 bond issue I shooting himself the youngster ran L. J. WYNN. I
, Hialeah will begin about June 16 and Vote for two First Choice 1-1 I
for the city of Gainesville has !will he pushed with the view of givjini ,to the rear of the house and fell dead. I-I
been declared illegal by city attorney For Memlier Hoard of ComniiH .
just as neighbors him. Country
i /; Miami a plentiful supply of soft FRED P. CONE. "
; Col. Robert E. Davis in his decision .lonerpi' DUtrirt' No. 4.
I( _
!water by December 1. The water will I Tallahassee- The I I
state pardon
council Monday
before the city on Vote for One lint Choice.
,be piped to the water-softening plant board held W. R. DORMAN. r
a special meeting todayto
Davis explained that no
night. Col. I( '
where it will be treated and later run '
could higher Inter- I consider the casts of several prisoners S. .
bond issue carry a into the city. I W. W. PHILLIPS. 1 V. ANDREWS.A. t II I II
confined in the hospital at the
est rate than five per cent and be r
Gainesville charted, Dade While Seaboard I Raiford state prison farm. al I .
legal under city City.- a engine F. Y. SMITH. H. sUlml' NCY. I I
could be sold for the tracks Members of the board headed by I I
: and that no bonds was switching cars on (-I I II

'i less than par value.BradentownMiss. of the Cummer Cypress Company at Governor Ha.-iJeu, visited the farm I For Member Hoard of Horn
.w' late last week to investigate appealsof JOHN R. WILLIS. I
Lacoochee Wednesday evening, a tank Trustees District No. :5.
Ida Smithe13 car loaded with gasoline jumped the tho prisoners who are said to be I I-I I 1-1

year-old Manatee county school girl, rails and turned over. Most of the in a low state of health, some of themin I-I If. P. OAINEY.R. I I

has been awarded the state prize of I contents were spilled out on the the last stages of tuberculosis. -

$:50 for excellence of first year's workin club ground, but a part was saved by being Punta Gorda-Indications are that A. WEEKS. r-t I
demonstration girl's I-i
home caught in drums that were rushed -
of the State I the first car-load of watermelons of
work, under direction
forces. She is I to the scene. The accident occur- the season to be shipped out of Florida h_ _n_ ---- .----- ----------- ._ .
Demonstration -
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Nome red quite close] to a number of homes
club at PalmaSota. will come from Punta Gorda. r d.W. I bullet which
a member of the girls' of the wounded with a punctured Baptist opinion. Brief
occupied by employees company
Smith, president the First Na-
] his right lung. Jackson was recently The resolutions Introduced by Dr.J. Barber little in
to chair
and guards were hurriedly placed tional Bank, who has a field of ten I ( boy ) t

Fort Lauderdale.-Work of deepen- about the place to prevent anyone acres in watermelons in his farm on I convicted of grand )larceny and J. Walker, of Jasper Ala., that a "Now, my young friend, how do you

ing and widening the north New River from approaching the place with the Allapatchee, thinks that he will was sentenced by Judge J. M. Peeler committee of seven be appointed to want your hair cut?"
and tho convention
present "
canal from this place to Lake Okee- lights that might cause a disastrous have a carload ready to ship next in criminal court for one year lie will ;, prepare next year, a paper setting forth the Boy: "Olf.

chobee, authorized by the internal Im- tire. week. His neighbor across the creek, bi guarded while confined at the county -'! Christian teaching with reference to

provement board, is expected to be Miami.-:More than 50 members ofMiami' It. I. Harris, also has a flourishingcrop hospital. war, was adopted.Thu .

started this summer, according to J.W. realty board making of about ten acres, from whichhe 'I I of thin resolution
are arrangements ll.\PTIHTSTREFL'HR adoption ,
Tidball, president of the chamberof will soon be shipping in lots. TO KNTKUKEI.KilOUS :
to journey to Washington !. however, did not deter the introduction Calomel Good
) CONTUUVKKHYAtlanta : :
commerce. The canal improvementswill for the annual convention of the These two gentlemen seem to be the of another mnnnur- immediately

be followed by construction of a National Association of Real Estate only ones In this locality who have Ga., May 16.-The suuth.1!I afterward by J. R. Matey, a studentof

new thirty-mile highway along the Boards in that city June 3 toft. planted watermelons. The season has ern Baptist Convention Friday) Union University, Jackson, Tenn., but Treacherous
canal from here to the Palm Beach been and still is fine. into
formally refused to be drawn
county line.Tallahauee.A. TallahalleeImprovementll to be lie Specific, I'leam
made at Florida State college In the Joe Jackson, negro, county convictwas I modernist-fundamentalist Controver.y Distracted Wife (at bedside of sick
thousand that has rocked religious Americafor
three next few weeks Include an 8-Inch shot and seriously wounded by husband "Is there doctor
< ) : no hope, Neat Dose may Salivate Shock
the It hall adopted unanimously

foot bridge across Kissimmee river water main, with several'additional an unidentified white man while he year. no hope'?"
between Highlands and Okeechobee fire was making a dash for liberty whileat the report of its resolutions Liver or Attack Bones
fire hydrants for better protec Doctor: "I dunno, madame. Tell
counties on state road numbereight, tion. A new elevator also Is to be Installed work at a road camp at Moncrlef committee which recommended me first what you are hoping for." I

and 22 H miles of work closing gapson in Jennie Murphree Hall. Springs. Jackson was discovered bid- that two resolutions presented on the You know what calomel) I III. It'* mnr-

the same highway in those coun- The new dormitory now under con- ing In a clump of bushes and fled. He I' <|U *tlona be not adopted.The Blonde lies Opines I'llry ; iiinckiilvrr. Calomel. U dangerous! ,
resolutions offered by C. P. I I such ] ItethAmbroHe. It cranlies" Into our bile like dnllomlkcrampinlC'
ties were covered in bids tabulated to- struction boasts seventy-two rooms, was pursued by a posse for a mile Stealey of Oklahoma City, and Dr. never saw a girl an aD.. sickening. you. Calomel'
141 Every time I see or attack the bonwt amt should novrr be
accommodating young women. where the chase ended with Jacksondrove's
R. K. Maiden of Kansas City
hear of her she has .
A somethingnew. into aotem.If
CLEAR SKIN the put your
Work is progressing and building ,
demned modernistic teachings and unqualifiedly feel bilious. constipated
:Now I learn she has you headachy, -
Bright, sparkling eyes, cheeks with is expected to be completed by Sep A TONIC accepted the fundamental and all knocked out, Just go to
the glow of health, a skin as smoothas orded-I pneumonia.
tember 1. Materials have been druggist and get a bottle of Pod-
the ideal Tasteless chili Tonic doctrine of the Bible.
velvet we an strive to rmtnres .on s Liver Ton fur II few cents which
attain. No blemishes no eruptions ---- -- Energy and Vitality by Purifying and I I The convention held, as the committee Purdr's Phllos III a harmless. vegetable substitute for

no blackheads, no marks to destroythe NO'J'IIDiG LIKE IT Of EARTH I, Enriching the Blood. When you foel Its recommended that the utterance "Plesse marry. me" may be a dsageroue" calomel.! Take a upoonful ant'
even texture of healthy skin. The new treatment for tom flenh, cuts, short If it dorm't Urt liver and
strengthening invigorating effort wi howit of the president of the convention sentence, but It averages about jour
The secret is pure red blood free wounds, sore or lacerations that ill doing "better and quicker
from poisons and impurities blood such wonderful work in flesh healing M brings co"to" the cheek and bow at Kansas City last year outlined twenty years to the word. I IObliging straighten than natty you calomel up and without makingyou

that makes the body glow and radiate the Boroaone liquid and powder combination I It Improves tbe appetite, y<11W then the fundamental principles of I sick, you Just gj' back and get your
health, blood that drives pimples treatment. The bnuiJ iioroiooe is appreciate lu true tonic value. i Defendant money.
boils eruptions, eczema and a powerful antiseptic that purifies the I i Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic IA simply I WEAK EYES Judge: "How much have you In the IJon't take ealomtil It makes youalek

skin blemishes from the system. wound cf all poisons and infectious germs I Iron and Quinine suspended In So Ate made strong by Leonardi'i Eye] way of immediate liquid assets?" I the next day I It loxca. you a day's
LEONARDI'S ELIXIR FOR while the Boroxone powder is the great I, syrup. work. Dodon'a Liver Too straighten
Lotion. Inflammation is cured wIth.
THE BLOOD makes rich red healer. There is nothing like it on earth I pleasant even children like IL The blood out in No other Defendant: "Not a thing here, right up and you feel ,.&. No
pain day. you
for and Pneliquid Deed QUININE to Purify It and IRON one eye jedge but I think I know where I the .
blood drives the impurities out. speed safety efficiency. I to remedy to sod healing. Keepsthe ; alts nweuary.' (Jive It to children
brings the glow of health. Use it ( ) SOc, 60o and. '1.20. Powder 3Oo Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germ and eyes in pure working; trir It ma'xes! can get you a pint If you'll let me twcauM it i* perfectly harml.s. and cannot

now. Insist on LEONARDI'S. I aDd GOc. Bold by J I I Grip fenns by its Strengthening, Lovljt. strong eye*. At all druggist run out for a minute I salivate.

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'the picnic and fish fry Saturday. 1 myself No opposition developed to tors every Sunday. Capable teachers lated affairs! as were witnessed in a

Iii c>cl < J I W. II. Dowling spent Saturday at me until toward the end of the campaign :make the study of the Word of God few cities In Florida during the past

11iet Midway and attended the political ral- leaving no time for me to I attractive and helpful. months, when amid emotional intoxi-

ara dv ly. make an extended personal canvass, I Divine worship at 11:00. The pastor cation claims were made of marvelous -
7 ;; I I Miss Norma Dekle is home for her and I hope my friends will take an I 'will begin on Sunday a series of nine healings. An Investigation of
active interest at the polls next Tuesday -
vacation and has as (guest her cousin, 'sermons on what is called "The Lord's those claims brings the same old an
in calling attention to candl-
my :
'" The of this Some startling things will be
-- -'-- -- --- --- Miss Lucille Varnes. dacy. Prayer. exposition wonderful
I-hun.. 2H and JO!109 I A. E. Proctor and Wesley Andrews I am especially anxious to receive 'I utterance of our Lord will not related, which it would be well for all
I fail to interest so that we look ,to hear. It ia not Intended to weakenthe
------------- were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle a good vote in Bradford and neighboring many
I for large gatherings at our morning faith of any, but tocreate, if possible
MRS. SCOTT.ENTERTAINS I trellis V. Knight acted as toast Monday evening. counties.t I :
I 'I''I'I A. E. Proctor has hour of worship.The an intelligent faith in God. The
..- BIBLE I master. just returned from i i Yours very truly,
a trip to Richmond, Va., and many E. S. MATTHEWS. I' evening service begins at eight doctors of Starke are invited to this
Thursday evening Mrs. F. 1UIS UKOWN ENTERTAINSLittle I other places. I Vclock. Announcement was made last service, for the sermons have been

entertained the Law Bible I Iris Brown of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle were the I II NOTICE I! ;Sunday that the sermon would be ''1e based on the Investigations of medical -
the men's Biblo clans of the Brooker entertained I{I guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Blume I I I last in the series on "The Secret .if: science during the past genera
school at her home at her home Thursday !afternoon The regular meeting of the Board thVie ; .
Sunday I Sunday. I Wholesome Living. The will i
Street. The rooms of the (in honor of her guest Evelyn ( Mr. and Mrs. Avery Parrish lot Bond Trustees of Bradford County |be "Undislplined Emotions." Attention tion.The B. Y. P. U. meetings will be at
Stump of Starke. I spent Florida, has been postponed to June I
of this hospitable home were I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hendrix I will be directed to such unregu 7:00: p.m., until further notice.
with Ghost stories, guessing contests 10th, as the third of the month is I
tively I I
and games were enjoyed until five election All business ------
I, day. parties having -
and Black-eyed Sunans, and Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle Fri-
[lo'clock at which time home maue cake spent with the Board can* attend to "COULD; BETTER FERTILIZES BE MADE WE "WOULD' J MAKE IT"
bers of the two large Billie day in Lake Butler, guests of Mr. and
spent a most enjoyable I and punch were served. Mrs. M. L ..McKinney.J. same the 10th. Before bnjlna I get our new April pric.U.t of .ur_ "SIMON. PUKE" and GUI
Games were again enjoyed until a C. A. FUTCH BUANDS" which have bas the standard of Quality for the put forty TMI with
j Mrs. Scott, who Is late l hour, all departing and declarIng ] < M. Dukes, Oren and Kirk Dekle Secretary Florida (......... Plea inns. dear Q..litr .on.ld...... not the ehupMt. hit the two
I Law Bible Class, conducted to have had an enjoyable time. were shopping in Lake Butler Sat- for malt. Aloe price 11.U ef Iiuectidd, 8p .7.ra. Duura end Diuti. 1114 Almanu -
tional service, after which Those enjoying this occasion urday. LETTER SROM MR. ALVAREZ U. now ready, write at eon
I es separated and held their I Mildred Cone were: Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrish had as E 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville Fla
Evelyn, and
i meeting'! Mrs K. D. Card guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James To the voters of Bradford county: _
ed teacher of the ladies' Ward Madline Hazen, Florine and Rosalie Goodge and family, of Dukes.J. I I I On the eve of this campaign for I ,-; -
Myrla Weeks Mildred --- ---
I.i three months, and Mrs O. I Morgan N. Gainey spent last week here sheriff of Bradford county I wish to I
Evelyn Stump and Iris Brown.
nett assistant teacher; with friends. I thank my many friends for the aid I

I Quigley was elected 202 CLUB ORGANIZED M. P. Dekle motored to Miller Mon- I and encouragement that they have "
the following committees day on business and pleasure. I given me, and to assure them that
pointed: I The Class of 9'2''of the B. H. Shave Leon Shaw, of Lake Butler, visited they; will never have cause to regret
Social committee: Mrs. G.V. organized a club, naming it the friends here Saturday. I I what they have done for me, and if

,'. man, Mrs G. II. Bennett, 202 Club. Thursday afternoon the Mrs. G. W. Johnson called on Mrs. ', elected, I promise to discharge my duties -
Carlton. I young/ people met with Miss Iris Ep P. P. Dekle last week. I I to the very best of my ability, MISS MARIE ROBART
Superintendent home person, and had a merry afternoon. Miss Lola Parrish was the guest of and to the honor and uplift of old

I Mrs. 1. II. Enstman. jMiMses Iris Epperson, Blanche Alder Miss Pearlie Johnson Sunday. I Bradford county.
Pomona service: Mrs. G. Eunice Perkins, Isabel Fernandez Yours for justice and fair play to The Well-Known Toilet Goods Specialist
nett. and Laura Wynn spent a pleasant NEW RIVER all, and special favors to none.

Cradle roll Mrs It. B. hour with their sewing, and were A. B. ALVAREZ. : I
: "
: Perry Johns and Bonnie Sapp of
afterwards joined by the honoraryclub Will Give You Free MassageIn
During the social period \ Starke motored here Monday on PRESBYTERIAN I a
Quigley read a paper on ; members, namely: HamiltonItitch business. Your Own Home
Mrs. G. M. Bennett read Comer Long and Hugh Brown Charlie Boss of Ga. was visitor "If thou put the brethren in re
tractions'! of Hurry"; Mrs. 'lee, Jr. Miss Epperson served ice here Saturday. membrance of these things, thou By Appointment

Eastman recited a poem I cream and wafers. G, W. Adams and II. T. Potnell shalt be a good; minister St. Jesus
Clara real 'The Thursday evening the club was enter Christ." I Timothy 4 0.
Quigley :
'motored to Starke Careful
: Monday. i attention to skin will insure the at-
tamed Miss your
by Isabel Fernandez
Pmile. with C. G. Wiggins left I' "But I say unto you, that every
'' I ; Tuesday for
Delirious fruit punch, nut 'candy making as the feature of the Little Rock, S. C. to visit his daughter idle word that men shall speak, they tractiveness and personal charm that every woman -
chicken sandwhlchea was evening. Besides the members there Miss Jewel Wiggins. shall give account thereof in the day craves.
I the hostess. were also present: John Powell, Hugh Crystal Wiggins motored to Lake I of judgment. For by thy words thou

U. I). C. SILVER TEA Brwonlee and Orie Wiggins. Butler, Tuesday. i i shalt be justified, and by thy words I To Neglect Your Skin Is to Forfeit Its BeautyWe
0 SWIMMING PARTY FOR Mrs. G. W. Sapp and Johnie Creves thou shalt be condemned. Matthew '
At the home of Mrs. A. M. I MISS LEWIS were visitors to Lake Butler Satur- < 12: 35-36. have engaged Miss Robart the well-known
on Thompson street, the W. day. | Sunday School at 10 o'clock. Toilet Goods
Specialist for the week of
I June
; Chapter, U. D. C., gave a Miss Madge Middleton gave a de Messrs Everett Renf roe, M. F. and J.I I Preaching this coming Sunday at
silver tea Friday lightful swimming party Wednesday C. Wiggins attended the party at 11 o'clock. No evening service this 2nd, to call on a number of ladies in Starke each

four to six. A profusion of :evening, complimentary to her guest, Mrs. F. Colson's Saturday night. I I Sunday in the evening. 'I day, to give free massage and individual help
Easter lilies and pink e Miss Nellie Lewis, of Arcadia. Messrs Carroll Atkinson Livingston' Secial invitation to all young peo
were used in vases and bowls I The party drove out to Kingsley and Wilson Russ and Royce Gainey ple and all teachers for this service.T. I and advice on the care of the skin.

orate the spacious rooms in 'swim Lake in the afternoon and enjoyed a of Brooker motored hereThursday J. HEDGES, This is an Exceptional Opportunity for One Week Only
were gathered a large a tempting/ supper spread. evening. Minister.,

guests. Alarez The guests included Misses Aileen Dave Greene of Pine Hill was a BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINThe Step into the store, write or phone us. We'll
The hostess, Mrs. Darby, Mary Curtis Williams, Alice visitor here Thursday. do the
president of the Chapter, Mr. Tharin, Jeanette Matthews, Margaret Among those who attended the fish regular service of the church rest. Understand Miss Robart's mae I

Brownlee, received in a Long, Louise Fernandez Vivirette fry here Saturday were 1rrr: 1d Mrs. 'will be held on Sunday. The Bible sage and advice are free. V VMitchell's :
manner. Floyd Hazen Middleton Clara Mae ,11. O. Rivers Mr. and Mrs. Henry and school, at 9:45: a.m. is keeping up in I
I Mrs. Luther G. Powell, Shepard, Harriet Ritch, Audrey I and Thomas Mr. and Mrs. B. M. attendance and interest, with via 1- I
of the Chapter, presided Johns; Messrs. Hollin Knight, Powell 1 Dowling and Miss Onie and Donie Store
program, which was opened Carpenter Joe Wainwright, Harold I Rivers of Starke; Messrs EverettRenfoe I WANTEIMIONEST reliable man Drug

well executed piano solo by I Wall John Powell, Jim Klckliter, Auef Renfroe, Alphie, Ina,, to represent us in Bradford county I IThe
Epperson. Mrs Florence Cray Ennis Gerald Middleton, Carl 1 Minnie and Rosa Hodges Mr. and handling our products exclusively.

two fine numbers her Knight, Carl Johns, Ray Colley, Carr Mrs. B. F. Renfroe and daughter Man accepted must have $200.00 in & .
being at its best; and Mrs. Colley, Gale Traxler, of St. Augus Mildred, Mr. and Mrs/ B. Johns of cash to finance initial order of mer Jt&Kd Store
t G. Powell gave as a superb ,tine, Mr. Christy and others. Mrs. W. Rising, Mr. and Mrs W. M. Hodgesand chandise. Prefer man who has own
"An Indian Love Story." Middleton and Mrs J. O. Traxler, daughters Elua and Classic. Vicar.j altho not necessary. An opportunity
I I lihaperons.KEr.lSTEKEl.
Fanny Darby and Mildred ia'I Dinner was served at the river and to get into a good paying busty i-

ly Rung a lovely duet, and I I ; ) AT THE MARION bathing; and fishing was enjoyed b ness for yourself. For detail inform- ,

.. lowed by little Miss Martha all. I Factory Representative, Semlkiole' ) i I I
lee enthusiastically reciting ; Among those recently registered at We are glad to report that the tlon write or Call on II. F. Winston, i I
Flug." Miss Hilda Struth, the Hotel Marion are: packing house is complete here and Factory Representative, Seminole I

Flair." Miss Hilda Struth; | W. P. Dninson, Apaluchicola; T. L. we have rented it to the McCullough hotel Jacksonville, Fin. I|
I ed her audience with two well Southwell, C. O. White, Atlanta; B. Bros'! of Atlanta Ga. I IMessers C -
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voice numbers, and Miss R. Johnston, II. M. Bracken, Gainesville Charlie Boss of Ga and I I ----- - -- -- ---- ---

i Thnrln, of Madison, closed ; Evangelist Arthur M. Dcpew Allen Thornton of Starke motored I I ""7. > .
gram with two artistic and wife Tampa; K. L. Lewis, Jasper;, here Saturday and attended the fish'' I

Miss Tharln Is an B. S. Upton II. D. Thomas W. n. Palmer fry.Mrs. ----- = = j
cutionist 'and has delighted and wife, D. L. Hayden, C. E. J. P. Limlaey and daughters -- -----= -- "-- -

audiences with both Jones, T. A. Corner, J. A. Lnshbrook, Lois and Florence and Ruby Lind- .. -

.r 1 humorous readings. R. S. Adams, Jacksonville; R. C. Hel- scy and grandmother Mrs. Lindsey .,
i The refreshments served berger Keystone Heights; Ole Sanders attended the fish fry. = V "

chicken sandwiches, pimento Madison. Clarence Adkins who has been -=--
I l I
wiches and ico tea, with II REV visiting relatives in Winterhaven has
r peas placed on the plates as I HEDGES; WILL RESIGN:; returned home.

i Those} serving were Mrs. A. \ Kcv.T. J. lodges! who has been NOTICE TO PATRONS OF
by, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs.V. the minister in charge of the Starke m LIGHT AND WATER J PLANT THE
person, Mrs. DewlttC. Jones, Presbyterian church for the past two ,I..
Iris Epperson, Fanny '\ years, will resign his pastorate next Beginning June a, 1921, the light
Mildred Gill.NNU.LnNWJ'. Sunday morning when he preaches and water plant of the Town of

his farewell sermon. Starke, will render twenty-four hour
!l In response to an invitation from service for the convenience of all

Friend of Hollis Knight will Rev 1.. n. Simpson, pastor of the parties wishing to install motors, and e
terested in the following item Afethndiat\ church, !Mr. Hedges preached all other electric appliances. I

from hU fraternity paper, an excellent sermon last Sunday BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES i
Tale;" published at the evening to an attentive congregation
Florida: at the Methodist church OF INTEREST TO PECAN
The annual banquet of- i Mr\ Hedges is a finely educated GROWERS- I All stand upon a common ground this day duty bound to make

Gamma Sigma, wm held in the minister, faithful nnd conscientious The Florida Experiment Station I this nation
r House[ Hotel as usual this In the discharge,: of all his duties, and will conduct a pecan experiment farm a living monument to our soldiers of all wars who gave

banquet served a double purl> in Starke has made numbers of 'I in Bradford County. After looking the their lives in the cause of Liberty and the furtherance of

r At H fraternity dinner and as a friend who regret exceedingly to see different groves over, they have selected ideals. our national i I
in honor of Major James and his esteemed family leave a block of young trees on the
Pivot, who has finished( his la town. farm of J. M. Brownlee. This experiment

here as head of the military < '--- .'IVEIILE! will be carried on for five or ten We want to join you in honpring our heroes and are happy to
rnent of the University.The years to determine what fertilizersare
Major spoke on the Five Mile| May 30.:Mr. and Mrs. best suited for pecans. This will cease of the day and turn to the lofty and the spirit-

the University and on the Shep Mike), of Lake City, visited her be of great benefit to pecan growers ual. We bow in respectful silence and renew that of
of Florida
in football in the in this section prayer
as they will be able toget
Mrs. B. L. Dukes that this
Bob Earnest President of the ast week. first hand information as to just men nation "shall not perish from the earth."

dent body and long friend of Dewey Duke has returned from what kind of fertilizers are best suited -

cron spoke in defense or I Smyrna, and ia spending his va for their groves. Eight or nine Ours is a nation free at last from all lines-no North-no
against the attacks that have here with his parents.Mr. different formulas are being used on South-
l ? ly been made upon them in the and Mrs. D. I. Blume had as this block of trees. I no EastnoVe!>t'-a world leader in every great movement for

try. The speeches were given -enl guests Mrs. Manda Parrish peace and happiness. We
d j the insertion of songs and children Steve and Elmer.A. FOR .\() COMMISSIONERTo are etemaly grateful for our enviable

dining roow rang with songs I I L. Green, of Brooker and William the Readers of the Bradford Coun- position as a nation.
Florida" and of "Delta Tau of LaCrosse
I were visitors here ty Telegraph: I
the high and constant aim of l ast week.
I am addressing this open letter to
cron.The ,111 Mr. and Mrs. Malter Brooks called you to ask that you will give me Bradford County Bank
of the
progress Mr. and Mrs P. P. Dekle Saturday. your support and vote for the office
outlined and plan for the R. E. Parriah and family Russell 1 of Railroad Commissioner. ,
dlncuased. The spirit of hope I and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jul In February of the present Established 1889
ed the entire year .
body in the Fattish and their
weekend guests., Governor Hardee
appointed me to fill
the national charter and 11'. and Mrs. T. H. Waters, enjoyed a the vacancy on the Commission caused I "Bradford County's Flmncial Stronghold"I
next banquet would be one of fry at New River Saturday. by the death of lion. A. D. Camp. /
Tau Delta. L. G. Johnson
and family. attended bell. I am now a candidate to succeed

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rr Miss Louise Scott, daughter oi:f The Woman's Missionary Union of money; selling our salted peanuts. FOR SALE-40 acres land, '-roorD

Rev and Mrs. Q. F. Scott, of Lake- the Baptist church held a business Send name and address for particu bungalow, celled inside, good water,
land, has sent to her Starke friend, meeting Monday afternoon at thor Ian. Andalusia Peanut Co., Anda- near churches and schools; near
o Bits of LocalInformation @ II the following invitation: Class oj I! church. It was decided that for the lusia, Ala. It. Statjj Farm;' situated best farming

1921, Southern Academy, Commence summer months they would hold their I I section Bradford county; famous
ment Exercises, Monday morning;, program and business meetings together 'FOR SALE-Three city lots in for trucking, strawberries and

I June 2nd at ten o'clock. Social flail at the homes of the members. general farming. 23: acres cleared,
The next meeting will be the fourth located /
e Concerning Our People, Business and II Friends here of Miss Elizabeth I Monday in June. Mrs. F. A. Scott wait I belong to a corporation that must
000 Progress in the County and Town. @ I Brownlee have received the following, I appointed publicity chairman, and dress! National Supply Co., 232 I; sell, $100 down, 5 years on balance.

o. invitation: DeLand High School, Class Mrs. G. W. Alderman chairman of I Adair Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. Apply to G. M. Inman, Starke, Fla.425tf .

I.. of 1024, Commencement Exercises, flower committee. 6-10-41 ,i
CI Juno _____________ i I !
Friday, sixth, eight p.m. High
II. C. Wall spent Sunday in Gaines Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs in M
were school auditorium. The honor of your Rev. J. J. Bullen, pastor of the'
ville. i Jacksonville Wednesday evening,, presence is requested. Baptist Church in Starke, has! been'
where they attended the entertainment invited to preach in London, England,
J. M. Mitchell returned Tuesday /given at the Woman's! Club in during his vacation. We learn, how- INSURANCEThat's
Friends and relatives here have
from Lake City.E. honor of the graduate nurses. II received ever, that he has responded to a
invitations to the marriage of
I Mr. Cecil pressing/ invitation from Dr. Len G. Our Business '
Kitch and Miss Madge
M. Johns motored to Jacksonville' John Shriver and daughter, Miss Broughton, of the First Baptist
Tucker, the interesting event to take
and spent Sunday. ,Marguerite, of Brooker, were guests Church, Jacksonville, Fla., to occupy FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH 4
place St. Petersburg, June 4th. Mr. ,
the first of the week home of
at the I his pulpit during!: the months of
Ritch is the of N. T. Bitch
Willie Agin spent several. days this i Dr. and :Mrs. W. E. Middleton. and has been grandson a frequent visitor to, August and September. These are AUTOMOBILE, BONDS .

week with homefolks.L. Starke. very complimentary invitations, and Agency Established 1886
| Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Collins returned the members of the church are pleased ]

W. Strickland, of Waldo, spent; Monday from Blountstown, where that their pastor is sought to render J. R. DAVI & CO.SASH
Monday in Starke with friends. j Mrs.\ Collins has been for the past The members of the local U. D. C. service to churches of such promlnrnce. .
two months visiting her mother. and C. of C. chapters will go to Kings- "

Howard Brachen, of Gainesville,,,, I ley Lake Wednesday afternoon, June I ----

was a week end visitor to Starke. | Mrs. Florence Powell and Miss 4th. The party are requested to meetat Slick Sleuth ,.
!Louise Fernandez attended the Jim- three o'clock, at the home of Col.]
Traffic Cop: "Stop, you're under BRICK LIMECEMENT
Mrs. Ernest Wells and mother, Mrs., ior Prom given by the University W. T. Weeks. This will be the last arrest." DOORS LUMBER

Biggs, of Lawtey, were here shopping boys in Gainesville, Tuesday evening. meeting of the chapters before the Motorist: "What for'" 1
summer vacation. BUILDERS HARDWARE
Friday. Trams Cop: "Oh no, you don't, I
| Mrs. J. O. Traxler and sons, Gale
Smarty! I ain't going to gives SHERWIN Everything.
Miss Evelyn Demaree, of Gainesville and Robert, of St. Augustine, came Mrs Jack Briggs and little son and chance to think up a lot of excuses.youa I WILLI AM3 .i a '' for t
and at the ,sister, Mrs. Annie Brown Barrett will\ h" : ..
was here Thursday visiting> Wednesday are guests I Ii i PAINT.KYANIZE., 'It k '+" ..\ Building
friends. home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middle- arrive today in Mrs. Briggs car from ,
< .t. and
;i ton. Jacksonville for a visit with their ''
sister Mrs. J. C. Adkins and family, : VARNISHES Repairing
Delicious light refreshments were I
I %
served at the close of the business i Frank Carpenter, Gerald Middle- Mrs. Barrett will return to Jackson- rENT-A-WORU CONSUMERS\ LUMBER COMPANY

meeting.Col. !ton, Julian Canova, and Carl Mott ville Sunday but Mrs. Brings will remain -
returned from Kingsley lake Sunday, I for a ]longer visit-Gainesville I ,

D. E. Knight was a professional 'where they had spent the past ten Sun.

visitor to Jacksonville the ft of days.
the week.L. I Sunday afternoon the following
| Miss Aileen Alvarez and her guest, party motored to Brooker to help organize FOR RENT-Completely furnished WRIGLEY'S COUNTRYMEN I
A. Hazen, of Brooker, was in 'Miss Mary Curtis Williams, of Key a Woman's Missionary Socie- cottage at Kingsley lake; boat with

Starke Tuesday looking after business West, returned Monday from Tallahassee ty: Mrs. J. F. Klckliter, Charles place. S.L.PEKK, Starko. It. tFrom Lose"a Optnlon.J
matters. I where they visited Mrs. Ralph Lucian Kickliter, Mrs. J. J. FOR SALE Ford
car, 193:! model,
E. Rhodes. Bullen and daughters Misses Beatrice
good condition
I new tires. RAWSONJ
Mrs. Jay Alderman of Waldo, and June, Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. W. DAVIS, Starke. It. ... '.
came up Friday and visited friends Mrs. B. W. Tillis returned Satur- J. Epperson, John Powell and Mrs. + I I
and relatives.Mr. ,day from tarke after spending F. A. Scott. FOR SALE:-At a bargain-Tiaon & 1 t
i several days with her daughterinlaw Jones buggy in good condition. ,

and Mrs O. L. Beasley] spent ] Mrs. T. B. Tillis, who recently Geo. W. Sellers, scout executive of C. cady, Starke Fla. it.
Sunday in Tampa with her parents 'moved there.-Gainesville\ Sun. America, with headquarters at Gaines-
Mr. and Mrs A. C. Durden. ville, was in Starke Wednesday, in GIRLS you can earn
I Miss Alice Tharin, who has spent esvllle, was in Starke Wednesday, in ,
Mrs L. E. Dowling and B. F. the past several weeks as the attractive connection with the summer camp for

Thomas, of Eau Gallie, are guests of guest of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Boy Scouts at Anastasia Island. Prep 666 / : ,
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. will' leave Saturday for her home in arations for taking care of a large r 9
('I Madison. number of boys are being made dur- U a prescription for Malaria Chills c. .
Messers, DeWitt C. Jones, J. L. ing the week. and Fever, Dengue or Bilious Fever.It ...

Peek and D. E. Knight motored to | Miss Nellie Lewis, of Arcadia: Is kills the germs.

Gainesville Monday afternoon. the guest of Miss Madge Middleton. Mrs. C. S. Durling, who has been
: Mills Lewis is a student of the Wo- at the home of Mr. and Mrs N. B. unllD.n...._......._ _", ,,, / / / u

Louis Hoffman of Jacksonville is man's College and a talented dramatic Hull for the past two yearn, left Fri. COFFINS &: CASKETS .

the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Catherine reader. day for Hopewell, N. J. wh"r, she! t 3 r 'Ly \ ,
Davis at her Kingsley Lake cottage. I will make her home with her sister. Aa4 a Full Line ef :r. % ,

Miss Jessie Martin, who has spent Mrs. Durling was accompanied by her Und rtvli r, !* ii .'m
Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and the past winter and spring at the half brother, Mr. Shepard, who came -- -- d FTm"v
children returned Tuesday from a home of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull, from his home in AUTOMOBILE HEARSE / l
Pennsylvania! to .
Pablo Beach and Jacksonville.Mrs. left for her home in De- Always on hand. The best ...- lI 'c" '
trip to Wednesday his sister
accompany to Hopewell, .,.. at the lowest prices. 8pe.
''troit, Mich. qlif
New Jersey. eial attention to telegraph even. / V4
Gill and daughter, Miss Ruby .
I Registered Embalmer
and Mr.and Mrs. T. D. Proctor visit. [I Monday afternoon the 202 Club Cl ___m_ __
ed the State Farm Sunday afternoon. met with Miss Blanche Alderman. Ig '
At the close of a pleasant afternoon Cl
Grace Ford, Harry Ford and the hostess served lemonade and STARKE, FLA [jj
Mrs. I believe I've cot "" ", ,,"ea. J hear a persistent cliawlng toaacl":
little daughter, Beth, and Miss Carrie home-made cookies. .....osn mthteronseotnm nrna vreedtx wm
Uglow left Monday for North Branch,
Mich. Maj. E. S. Matthews went to Tallahassee I
Tuesday to be present vhea NOTICE II ==

Wilfred }<'. Philips and son, Wil his daughter Miss Florence Mat I ,' ? '

fred, Jr., of Dunedin, were guests this thews, graduated from the State I '
week of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Lim- College for Women. I

baugh. I
Mrx. J. M. Mitchell and her guest, WE; are glad to announce for the I F
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and !Mrs. J. W. Mrs. E. K. Pomeroy, of Jacksonville, I r I
Andrews, Jr. spent Thursday in LaW- motored to Gainesville Sunday and, benefit of our customer. that we f/
s tey at the home of their father E.J,,. attended the baccalaureate sermon of will begin baking again Thursday I
the University of Florida.Mr. I
Roberts. May 29th ami we hope to gin\ better
4 \
Mrs T. J. Griffin and little granddaughter and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and lit- enice In the future. We earnestly G 1clip

Gloria Johns, and Miss tle daughter, Nettie, returned home solicit the patronage of all O 6 s
Hilda Struth spent Tuesday in Jack- Tuesday evening after a visit in Tal- e ,r

sonville. lahassee with Mrs. Dowling's par STARKK BAKERY
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Stroman. r/
C. White -
:Mr. and Mrs. George
Tuesday evening from a two Misses Jeanette Matthews, Alice 4

weeks stay in Miami and other east Tharin. of Madjson, Mary Curtis I f
coast places. Williams, of Key West, Aileen Alvarez 4' 0 ryw
.and Eugene Matthews motored to
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniela and Gainesville Tuesday afternoon.

son, Russell, of Sarasota, are the 4
guests of her mother, :Mrs. Josephine Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alexander and

Ed yards. I attractive daughter Miss Wilma,
from Hampton, spent Sunday with the
,Y :Mrs. E. S. :Matthews was in Tallahassee latter brother, Mr. Alexander, and
the first of the week attend- wife, of Waldo.-Gainesville Sun.
ing the commencement of the Wo- MaDltual.oOn""pat10n l Cureala D ,
f man's College. The Shriner! meeting in Sanford I 14 to 21 Days s Jh yhw

|last week was attended by the following "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" ls a f'f'1"lly i ,,,

Paul E. Canova and Lion, Paul E. Starke men F. F. Stump, N. prepared Syrup. Tonlc-LaxaaveforH It relieves promptly MtiuConstipation. bbl

1,.[, Jr., have been in Macon Ga. and Sternberg, Dr. E. ,L. Biggs, W. M. should ba taken regularly for 14 to 21 dayt
fi( Chattanooga./Tenn. this week attending Wainwright and J. W. Andrews, Jr. to Induce regular action. It Stimulate and "This country ml ill nut be a gmdace for any of us IfIv in, unless we

; to business. K'Rulates.bottle. 4 Very Pleasant to Tu.per ...* 60t make U a good place for all of us to live in. "TheoJore Roosevelt/

Mrs". J. L. Willis, of Starke, visited I I The music committee of the Wo h __ Make It A Real Campaign
her son, J. Willis and family Sunday man's Club will give a musical Fri
afternoon and was delightfully enter- day evening, June 6th, at the club --- -

tained.-Gainesville Sun. (' house. Out of town talent will assist HOTEL MARION I Not only to "Clean Up," but to publicly commit to cleanlinessand
'the local musicians In this interest.
University of Florida boys home ing affair. : STARKE. FLA. attractiveness everything cleaned up. The mere cleaning is

for the vacation are Mollie Knight: Under transient and futile without public commitment to the new order of
i New
Gary Ennis, Orville Griffis, Carr Col- Rev B. T. Rape, former pastor of Management ;
fey, Carl Johns and others. ''the Starke Methodist church, was in Center of City I II things-so that being "clothed in the garb of righteousness," as it

Starke Wednesday afternoon. Mr. I I were, and, in its new dress of or shrubbery thrift garden
grass, a
Eieelleat Room ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Tillis, of Starke.> Rape is now at Gainesville at the *-Excellent I II
pent the week-end with the latter's home for pastors, on account of a I Meal or paint the place will so inspire the respect of everybody that it

of parents thw ,city.-Gainesville Mr. and Mrs, B.Sun.W. Tillis, nervous breakdown. I, "Ask the Traveling Man." will not be permitted to revert to its former disorderliness.

> Misses Florence Matthews Mona
.i Miss Iris Epperson left Tuesday Alderman, Eleanor Hedges and BANK OF STARKEThe
for St. Petersburg and Bartow, where Madge Middleton, who were students
Mis Epp 'r- the term at the Woman's College Cold Cause limp ana Influenza
a she will visit relatives. past! Bank of Helpful Service
son will attend the Ritch-Tucker Tallahassee, have returned LAXATIVE BKOUO QtTOIlTC:T":bUu rsnw'.u.
f .
com ThM eulr see %+* Qu ava
wedding, in St. Petersburg, June 4th. home for the vacation.iiiiiiiiiii. E. ''.GROVE'S # THWH.. im bu. -..

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r. i i little showing up yet. Cucumber pro I Duval (W. L. Watson): Twenty
Tutt's Pills I b' Y Heahh Slowly I
cur spects are rood< also; marketing has :farmers have signed up in the $200

FARMERS and FARMING' I ? begun prize corn-growing contest for farmers -
Sapping Away
11.fine doss _tOftbh_ the weed. :
"Ine Im..lat. ..u.,. ........tJn.I Jefferson (II. II. Rothe): Planted of this county this year.
I ...... ... .
I .1.aDd dl. aea. .laducin. five acres to for permanent
Starke People Advise You to Act la grass a I Pasco (J. A. Shealy): We have one
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE Time.Is pasture demonstration. Spraying farmer-A. J. Nabers of Zephyrhillswho

ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES; AND METHODS FOUND I GOOD DIGESTION watermelons with bordeaux mixture'''- has grown a record-breaking;

TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY; failing health making you uncap* to control anthracnose has begun. cucumber he has picked over"
I and ? Are tired, weak crop;
The disease may be controlled by unhappy; you Pilk Wm. Gomme Citrus
( ): acreage -
-- and
1 -- I I and dispirited? Suffer daily backacheand 1,107 baskets from three acres
i, the use of bordeaux mixture which, of this almost doubled
rheumatic county andif
I small stubbing : twlngell1Then expects to get 150 baskets more,
number traps
FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL Place a if applied to the healthy watermelon look to your kidneys! The kidneys I within the last five years. he does the yield will be run up
REVIEW around and within the house you vines with sufficient thoroness to are the blood-niter Once they
Escambia (J. L. Smith): All crop
I I may catch many flies before they be- keep both leaf surfaces covered will weaken, the whole system is'! upset i' to $1,875 to the acre.
Florida. Western You have spells headaches and | prospects here are excellent.
Construction of breeding and, therefore, materi- dizzy ,
Northern railway projected tin prevent its spread and help to con urinary Irregularities.! You feel all I Levy (J. N. Allbritton) : Two carloads I Just Like Some GrownupsKind
I and ally reduce their numbers. trol other diseases'! of the crop. worn-out. Use Doan's I'ils-a: stim- '' of cucumbers were shipped Gentleman: "What are you
link in Seaboard. Air Line system the home in order to keep I
Screen Since the aim !ia to keep the vines ulant diuretic to the kidneys. Thou- for?"
I from this county on May 10, the first crying
across southern Florida, to be financed them out, and to prevent their contaminating covered with weather conditionfl gar da recommend Doan's. Here is I I
spray Small Boy "I forgot"K.
for :
the season prices were good.
by $7,000,000 seven per cent food. Starke proof: I i l ;
are of major importance in determining -I Mrs. C. L. Underhill, Cherry says: |,f Madison (B. E. Lawton) : Express G.: "Then why do you cry'"

bonds. -.:..... I Use fly poisons to kill those that I tho number of applications 'When I order down I had to brace my ]shipments of truck have begun; car- S. B.: "Cause I can't remember."
-DeSoto county approves$1.0GO.OoO enter tho house. Three teaspoons of I and the dates for spraying. The following -' arms in to get out of a chair. I [load shipments will begin in a few
commercial formalin to a pint of felt tired and I had to hold< something We Will Know Soon
tentative schedule has been '
bond issue; 11,000,000 tote to keep from falling. Doan's Pills I days. Delivered 13 club pigs to members -
and $CO- milk or sweetened water is an effective I suggested by specialists of the Flor- Zipp: Was your uncle's mind
spent for paved highways from Mitchell's Drug Store cured the this week.
fly poison. Three teaspoons of I I I sound and sane to the very last'
' 000 for new jail.| ida College of Agriculture: trouble. { Alachua (F. L. Craft) : LaCrosse up i
sodium salicylate (powdered) to a Use 3-4-50 bordeaux mixture for Price 'COc. at all dealers. Don't j I Zapp: "We don't know yet. The

t Luke Worth.:Hotel; Florida to be pint of sweetened water is another the first application, if it is made at j I simply ask for a kidney remedy-gat ''potato growers are getting about 261! will hasn't been read." I,
barrels of the
Doan's Pills-the same that Mrs. i I potatoes to acre averaging -I
enlarged at approximate cost of $75- effective poison. These solutions the time it is to be used. 4-4-fiOJ I
I I Underhill had. Foiter-Milburn Co., i I about 66 per cent No. l's,
000. should be poured in a thin layer in a bordeaux for all other applications. Mfrs., Buffalo N. Y.
: I ,I some crops will average better than
1\ Kiasimmee Sugar licit Cirrus plate or saucer. Spray with a pressure of from 150 this. I Don't Have A
I These recommended solutions are about a foot long. Ten days later In fact new half-grown tubers al- I
Growers' Association formed; new Walton (J. W. :Mathison): Our ,
far less harmful than the fly poisons most completly rotted have been
the second time. A week after
I packing house to be built. l which contain arsenic, should a child the spray main crop has "set" on the vines I found in certain fields. On the mar- farmers the boll weevil are getting according ready to the to Flor-fight I Lazy liver

Fort Myers-Extensive civic improvements drink them. They are considered apply the third application. From 10 ket such tubers will bring an exceed- ida method. for
Prospects a great The gentlest molt .R.etfveare.
under way; American I I quite harmless and the child would to 14 days after the third apply the ingly low price, sipce the rot is detected here excellent.St. I for the bowels l and a liver..-
have to drink from three to four fourth by the leak from the barrels. grape crop are a corrective that Is natural and
Gas Company to erect $120,000 gas application. Johns (J. O. Traxler): We heldan dos not 1I.lpa. sicken or nil.vat. .
plant. 1 ounces or more to have any ill ef If rains are frequent during the "Infected plants of the newly interesting and well-attended I .. la.

t fects. remainder of the season it is some- formed tubers should be completly dairy St. DR. G. B. WILLIAM'SLIVER
I meetingTuesday at AuM'ustine
I: Tampa-Contracts let totaling The privy should be of a fly-proof time profitable to continue sprayingat I removed from the field before digging 1

$300,000 for paving streets in I'alma typo in order to keep the flies from weekly intervals until the crop is begins. (The diseased plantscan The work for a county fair is I AND KIDNEY PILLSBest

Cola Park section, Sulpher Springsand carrying disease germs from this harvested.In be readily detected in the field.) accomplishing much activity. for constipation, billons
I Dade (J. S. We ......
Park. Rainey) : are planning Indigestion backache, kidney -
of filth and
place contaminating food But do not leave infected plants un- and liver complaint
case a part or ail of the sprayIs a Dade County-products dinnerin
products. washed off destroyed. They should be burned or I At Your Druggist'.
Construction of Tavares by heavy rains beforeit connection with the national con-

EustU road to be under way Boon, SET ANOTHER SALE has dried on, it will be advisible they may cause the further spreadof vention of the Civitan Clubs to be PRICE 25c

costing $58,047.22.Saranota OF DIPPED CATTLE to make the next application earlier the diseases."It held here May 1518. L Full Directions on Every Package lOwing

I than indicated above. is necessary that the growers

Work, begun on new Tallahassee-The sale of undipped take such precautions in order that -- -
I Spray with a presure of from 150 1-
bank building. cattle in Leon 19 indicated they may protect their industry and --
I county, May to 200 pounds in order to cover the I I 1i
insure the best possible price for i
that a larger number of cattle
both I
foliage thoroly on sides.
Vero-Foundation laid for new "
would be for sale on that date than at : their potatoes. "I
Vero theater buTampaActual .
j any auction heretofore and insisted SEPARATE DISEASED FROM EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY

work begun on that many cattle raisers be present HEALTHY POTATOESTwo I AGENTS' REPORTS

,flardee road system. "110 that bidding may be spirited. :
diseases said to be carried I
"The law must be enforced,' maintains Seminole (B. F. Whitner Jr.) :
Fort Myers- Construction under i over in the fields from year to year
Sheriff Stoutamire "and as long Club boys are fencing and grubbing
on Fort Myers Southern railroad the law are, right now threatening serious I
way as requires that cattle shall land for their sweet potatoes; draws
i extending from this city to Bonita be confiscated unless they are dipped : losses to the Irish potato crops being have been donated. Peppers will be-

distance of 22.1) miles; line to be at specified times, it is my duty to do: harvested in this state. gin to roll in car lots next week; :I )

completed by January 1, 1025. the confiscation. The county cannot G. F Weber, a plant disease specialist crop is late but looks like money. I

feed all of these animals therefore of the Florida Experiment; Hendry (E. L. Stallings): Have
OCIlaSix store buildings nearing Station, who has I VOTERS
kept in close touch,
we must dispose of them at whatever had ripe watermelons for two weeks; :
( completion. with the situations in the
t potato-
Hum we can get"And several truck loads have been

Vero-Building permits issued dur- so goes the process of law en growing counties report an abund S keted; began loading cars on mar-I \
ance of "black-leg" and "bacterial
ing four months ending April 1, total forcement in regard to tick eradiction 15. I \ \

77000. work in this county. A number of wilt. Discussing the disease, Dr. Putnam (D. A. Armsttrong) : Potato -
) fine cattle have been sold for almost says: digging is at its height at Bost- l

Melbourne-Work progressing rap- nothing. Such a process'! has aroused "Our surveys show an. abundanceof wick; yields and prices good; average to the fact that I have kept
idly on Melbourne-Tillman drainage the ire of large number of citizens I both black-leg and bacterial wilt. '
a is 41 barrels to the acre of 1'a the Tax Books this month it has
project, embracing 00,000!) acres, and ( Both are caused by distinct bacterial open ,
in the county, and they are attempting I|I and 2's, with 80 per cent grading
Crane creek project, embracing 6- {',organisms, which are without doubt No. 1Lake deprived me of leaving the office to

OliO acren.j in-unction I transmitted in seed stock and, carried '
I (L. II. Wilson) : Watermeloncrop go out and meet with the voters as I
which would have the convention declare from year to year in the soil.
j t1lSContructs awarded for Installation looks would like to have done.
that war is contrary to the Tubers grown on infected plants be- promising; growers are

of sewers. teachings of Jesups Christ, and that it \borne infected and soon begin to rot. spraying to control diseases although I have "
I "stayed on the job. I have
JacksonvilleI.'r Company of Is the greatest obstacle to the prog- I

Ohio, America's largest manufacturer ress of Christianity. The resolution'! II looked after your interest. Now I

I of C-cent cigars to establish gigantic also expressed the opinion that all International _. .. II I want you, on June 3d to look after

factory at Sixteenth and Ionia disputes can be settled by fake I

streets, this city, employing 500 peo- arbitration.TO I my interest I

ricti flV. REDUCE LOSSES FROM I II rf I I r I If you take care of me you will never -

Key West-City-owned golf links.I WATERMELON ANTIIKACNOSF I Ia have cause to regret your choice. I

j to bo laid out at cost of $60,000.( Great losses to the watermelon 111 I E. W.

Tumpa Building permits Usuei I growers in the South have been ; HAYESTax
caused by anthracnose fungous BUI JUr is a a optimist-ifr 'I
during April aggregated 1500000. a of Collector
r there was 0.. no mutter S I
disease. In 1023:! this trouble was one i I I
Klsslmmeo Contracts totaling of the main factors in causing losses what his troubles is, he never .aaa. waaa a.e I Paid Advertisement. .

i $89,828: awarded for construction ol It is especially destructive when worries none! While other fel-

two school buildings. there is heavy rainfall durng and Ur blame their luck an' grumble i

just before ripening. It is estimatedthat 1H to kill, an' backfire every iI
Tumpa-Const ruetolon of new $80. in Florida the reduction in yield Mme th y'r. stuck, it uint the for
the liverBeware
000 Rialto theater building to bo und '1 lout year was 50 per cent of the with.. BUI. I
I way June 1. IVe him '
crop. saw --when the ) of imitations. Demandthe
\ I weather dropped to twenty-two genuine, 10"and 3Sc packages I'I'I I
Florida 2 --- -- I II
shipped 555,400 tons ol
i I
bearing above trade .
J below. He'd whistle like a mark.
I phosphate rock last year having total
meddtur-lark and holler "L.t 'er I ---
value of $8.0IH.OOO.Lel.'sburlt'Building. f" Backed By Klan ".
nowr Ask Mm if he hadn't i

construction tc rather see the weather hot, he'll N -f; NR. L3; (' ;
s l
start at tourist camp preparatory to '?\ tell Y. (lit.'. lots sweeter when FOLKS yv Sav t.-r-- Wtip, Dl0 > HIM FOR TH'

next county fair. e / there ain't no file to iw.tl FAgMEA rA':5 I tic. HAVE 1 MONEY -

Ketch oU Bill dorm August IN OUR STILL QWE'SIXTY .!iAY THEN HE
Stato highway department to let Y04' i UPE TOLD ME TO
the sun is splttin red,- DOA4S ON A
contracts for construction of remain. hot enough. to nearly scorch the COW HAVE OttL1'HOL1R AN GO TO

ing links in state road No. 8.Urooksvillo clapboard off the shed. TOWN YOU SEEN RECENTLY NI t Ayd TH' DEVIL'

farmers Speak to Bill about It-an' he'll f
County discuss
plans for revival of dairy Indus- greet ye with surprise and thenproceed Lawyer "

try. to demonstrate the joysof Peck '
wattln fil..rSEADOARD !
Dade City-Conttract awarded for Eridently v.;, 1 '
construction of roads in Gulf Special weLL, AMO'rMeta.JgtaK .
f and Bridge district estimated total tNY y

I j cost $236,739.: By

I ,. .
rcadia-Plans completed for construction EdwardMcCullough r
of $10,000 theater building. ''t ti
I '

I Maitland-Surveys -being made for y

street paving, water sanitary sewers, I AUTOCASTER) Yg p

I sidewalks, parks and electric lines.


FIGHT TilE HOUSEFLYThe (In effect May 11, 1924) AND WHAT I WALKED

best way to control the house Southbound- Olo 10V STRAIGHT
fly is to denroy its breeding places. No. 1 reaches Starke at 11.38 p. at pp OUT AND
; No. 3 11:02 COME
a m. THEN
a bin in the barnyardand .MfTii1) TO SEE &
shovel l tho fresh No. 21, Cedar Key 5:00: p. m. YOU
manure into it
s Edward Jackson of Indiana No. 15, Limited 1:16
once or twice daily. The fly breeds in nominee for Governor the p. m. *V
i S fresh manure. on Re NorthboundNo. :;-.,
ticket, who won by a big
Next in importance to the manure majority in the primaries through 2 reaches Starke 5:08: a. BK r :.
bin comes the fly trap. support given by the Ku Klux Klan. No. 4, 4:26: p. m. 4J

No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m.
Construct several large traps No 16, Limited, 5:57: p. m.

and place around the stalls and other IT DRIVES OUT TCOBM3 Wannee Branch-

places where flies are found. The surest sim of wol'tl1llllnliId"/ ," Is No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. pt.
paleness, luck of interest ia play, retful- No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15
(No Worms In a Healthy Child ness, variable appetite., picking at the p.

children troubled with Worm haw an ..... none and sudden starting' in sleep. When J. GRIFFIN,
,f healthy color which indkite poor blood and as e these eymrtomallppe"r it id time to Rive: Agent
1 rut, there la men or I AM Momarh disturbance >V rule a Cream; Vermifuge. A few d.... ,
U OVE'a TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC ivra rtgulaily drive out the worms and puts Um little
furtwoorthrM w rk. wlf nrtch ih. blood. one on the road to health again. White's Ole QmMmt rat Dot Not' Affect l>. dead
4 Improve th. "-loa.....act.. / _
eraISmiiitb- Cream Vermifuge hall a record of fifty mare D' Its teak end Lnrtv..eect. L.A. r:
mio/Tosktotb.whdasv"em." N>cun>will then PVC 8II0lllU OLL"fINE V"V
tbrow off 0.die""*! perfect. h.alia. I'Yw.l..aa.SOC o.shstl.k1 ALL DRUGSTORES the:.. L 1.r.oa..:.a brs. 3-ng


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FARM BOYS AND Father: "I will, but I dont think it M. Steam teaching- -------? _- T* 40 ....1. collected. ----- _.------------. 883.93 |' SUP&RINTKM>CNT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION' I ZitI the following manaiiera have been
,,i 3. Thoma" toachinn, S _____.____...__ ap
TO ATTEND SHORT will be I I .. pointed : Ja. ...htl.ld. F. a. L
right. hereby lf candidate Fowler.
announea ,
B. Griffin teaching 3 _n_______...... 6000 1. to bal due ________________--31 t.64 re-election to ,. off.ee my of I .I'rrmoott. C. Smith. olerk. 8
County auperintai.
COURSES TillS SUMMER Son O. II..,. a ________________. I '
: "Thats all right; I don't suppose teachlnir. 78.00 Ceenry Bead ejM IPrlde.. I I I Urn. of achool:: 1 1t of Bradford county aubjrct to For the piirpiiae of holding inlil' election Id
T W. 10:. Thornton jnnltor. a ____.______ 40.85 1 to ....I. due ____________-____7S79.12 tha primary" on Juna 3rd. I prvmUa, if ooavtnatrd 'I Itrooker the manaicerB have been
hundred or more farm boys I it will be, but try it any way." W O. DuVal. Incld 6 ____h_..________. B.3i By amt.. collated ____.....___________10&6.HII I,I and .l.ctud.l to perform th* dutlea of b liolntnl : tallowl.ien. H. ,A Week. J. 8P.
Two J. I. Ofiden. teachinu.' IS.00 ________ ;
SO 00 the oiflea' to tha beat of my ability 1 aollcit Olemonn. 'rr.C..I Jonen, .lerk.For :
of Florida will be entertained Quick Like That I D. C Jonea, Incld. i __ .___n______? H.25 May 1. to bal due ______ -------- ----.8J38.27 I I lha vole ot avvry voter In the eouoty Rapvctfully the of holriinK' cold election, In
Bnd girls Hank of Starke. lot.---------------- 61.111 1 Oatetendlnc ." "._ Peed aubmittede 11. U. W l\.GINII.I Cruham the following manairenl have been
in two short courses at the Dubbs: "Say Bill how can I find J. J. McLrod, bokcate, 6 hU__. H.HO April 1 to ".1. due _________________4UU.94 I|I i.>lnt out what that C. A. Futch. flaitMilo) 1 .- _. ._ .. 6011 by ....t. eoiloeled ----._----.--------- 809.65 | FOR TAX ASSKHSOBi I! I.. A. Graham clerk.H .
{university of Florida Gainesville girl thinks of ma? j Ju. Roaier. holding election 3 ________ 6.\10< I i: I am a ..ndh'.'. for nomination to tha' of1 It WlfHilNS. L W. KICKL1TKR,
Blubb: "Marry her." There being no further business the May 1, to bal. dun: ------------------$9502t3C.seip !|1 flea of county aMi-eaur of ..... of Hrloll"d I' uperlntendunt., Chairman
and the Florida State College for Sekeel County and rwaprotfully aolieit :your se.oiwrtotlon 3-_" .Bt-il" -JO
board adjourned to meet first Mondayin April 1 to bal. ..due _______________18447.H2 and pupiwrt In the D-rnneraile primary |
[ women Tallahasasee, late in May and SCHOOL BOARD\ MET I June. II. B. WIGGINS, Chairman.tlNANClAL by *mt. colluded ___.n_______..__..atl.14.BJ | Ivctton U> .b. hpld Juna 8, ltf.>4. I aaaura 90that + ---ORPfcR FOR PL'HUCATION

I early in June-the boys for a week Board met in regular session with May 1. to bal due _.___________--___18838. 0 : Support I deeply you ha appreetata.. .iv.n ma the In oonftdvnaa the put, end end I 1 In Circuit Court Rtate' ot Forlc. Elehth
and the girls for about ten days. I 8TAT CiNT; fTUJNTT tttelOOLrUNUS Ceenur Fella I i rat that my official' raoord may h... :your I Judicial'. Circuit. Brailford Cb...

all members present viz.: L. W. Kick- April 1 to bal. due ._________._____.. 6B1.00 J I approval for another t.rm. Ri.**ei fully. .
The young people who will take Coutity urrintndnra ,._ at.taa> By amt collected _______________.__.. 41.011..! N. D. WAINWRIQHT. I f'.M. oHeeiten Ilenk. a .o"
liter A. A. Hazen and L. J. Wynn. I of county school 1 fund for tea moat ol t I ration orvanlaed and .

these courses will Jo so as winnersin April 1Y. 4. May 1. U bl due ______________-____ 810.00 ; I h.rby annonnca ..."..1' aa a eandMatoI under the law* of the State of
agricultural and home demonstration Minutes of the last meeting were General .....1 Fame! Tctal ..* Sckeel. I fur the offle of tax aaraaor of U rait ford rlorlila.Complainant.

Balance April 1. 1924 ______-,,____ 784.14 April 1 to bl. due ..__n___.____...12798.01 county auhjact to the art.on. of tha' l>.mo* I .
-club work in their respective read and approved as read. Kecoipi.. durinir month __n___.______ .2 S116Warrant Uy amt. collected __._______________.- VUII." erat.a votara at the primary Jun. S, 1884. 1C .r I .1. va.I .
/ They will make their Long Bridge district No. 4 and i loaued --. ...._____.__.____10HH.DO .l.et.d oJ romle. to faithfully: perform: thadtitiea Storrleke. et ala.
/counties. tripson Balance ._ .___ .____ I the o if if., ksrping a clean, ortat l..t..nd""I.
May 1. 19J4 _
New -- HatW.OO: May 1. to nnl due _______________...111)407) 1
River .
district No. of by affIdavit
12 were declared PUtrlel : rHH r i all work connected thtrew.th V.rpn'ewetfuiiy. Ihll'.1 t* the
appropriated N. t
money or donatedby 1 I.I
Tetel Met Sckeel Bee
** tiled In .
the .
various civic consolidated. Halnnc April 1. 1924 _________.____ '1.11R..1a April 1 to bal. due ._________-__.__--SSHSIty _.A A: HA7N_ : I urimia Wright coil Hub- ,I.P.cailae that
and political organizations durlnii niunth ...____ __... 89.11 amt. aollvated .._ 1178 48 her huaband
n ---- ------------ Marv
as well as by public-spirited Long Bridge/ school building was Warrant Ifwued ____ .____n__.__ ,1 \ John I'erry her huebenil.
sold to the Christian church at that llnlanee. May 1, 1924 _.u. ___________ 96.04 Muy 1 I. to Iml due __________________33".11"id. I I hereby announce to the publla thai. I ama IHHIPewilney tho di'fendanta and Rwan l>ew< ha
individuals. cant)I date for ,-. to offlea ct huohln.1 t..ln named are
place. Ne. IBalance .. reiilaj Feel I'.t: ::; tot of the .
____ ___ ___ county tag collector the will of nnll..nl. Florida tad
"Learning by doing" is April 1. 1924 __ 180.17 April 1 to bal. due ___ __ __ .. 122.41 '
always the Petition from Pine Hill district Kecelpt durIng month --__--_______..! .04Warranta By amt. collected ______n___.______. I8t>.7it the people at tha Coming Democrat. prtaiaryelection : : .and ll.nl ot llrimiwlck.the of Slate ofti..rgift
byword of the club ____________ to be held Jane I. 124. Promlam.r.If .p. twentr-
leaders luued _____ 00Balance
in Kit)
giving signed by A. L. Green et al asking u ...... coil one year* ; It la therefore that said
re-elecUd. the .on.l. tourtaooa
May 1. 1924 ___-nn______ 198.97 May 1. to bal. due _____.____________ 7V1.6D' "" .. ,. ; be .o..IAN......
instruction to these future farmers that their school be returned to them ntetrUI N.. Heed and Brt... Bead Feed efftelent aervfr In the future In the put .n.n..hlen d.todanla., to bill of re-.

''and farm. women. The boy or girl is was received. Same was laid over Balance April 1. 1924 __.__........... R.61 April 1 to bal. due _____--__________1320*.10Hr I.. will appreciate your vota. a.Hlnreral W. :KATZS.LaU |I I Died In calil',, on the or before 0 the*

Receipt Iwuetl during Month ___..... 104.83W..nla : amt. collectetl __n___ ___.____.___.411111.8J t U I tilth day of May A. I). 1024 .. ..:1.thealliwatiima
shown just how the thing is done for further consideration.Sub tamed ___________u_______ 1159.8" I hereby announce mycelf a candidate for of laid bill will. be taken .
and then he or she actually does it elections were called for June Overdraft May I. 1924 ..___________. 1158.8f May 1. to bal due ___. _____ __ ___U.!84U .78 the office' of tan collector of Uradford eoualy. freieil by call do.nd.nt.ti. e.-
DUtrirt N.. 4 a. W. ALDBlaMAM.Clerk I eollclt, the support of the rotors of the eoua- t .la further that this order be
with his or her own hands. However 21 as follows : Hampton Graham Overdraft April 1. 1924 _______.____ 18.83 Clreen. C-... ty. and If elected I promlie a faithful ....- puhlUheil once a onle.l w.k for four on>ecnUeeweeke
ia Starke Brooker and ZuT. Receipt during- month _____.-...__ (Seal; By C. A. 1N1UBT. charge of the duMea of said office. Reep"" '- In the Bradford County a
sight not lost of book lecture or Reevlpta ilurlnw month --_ .--_-__--_. H.US Deputy Clerk. fully! .ubmltted. U. M DOW LINt-! newapaper publliheil In mid T.I..p' 4
The following bills were audited\ Balance __ __ __ .. :.. :_
'blackboard study and May 1. 1U24 _.____ 18.60 I State.
a certain Putrid No. f I ___ __ ___ __ _:=:= I Ia8alllu COUNTY COM..ISIUONKII-DI8T. Me. I
and ordered paid.R | Ihla April llnd.
amount of time is always spent in Balance April 1. 1924 _u___________ 189.18 I mjeelf candldaui forreelection 11.W. ALDERMAN.
S. ___ ____ _______ ful.L91 hereby announce a ,
this Hl1IIIpb.int. Receipt" durlnff month _- _______h__ .811Warranta to the office of county eomeuloner *- ( Clerk Circuit Court.
manner. S. S. Dowllni. teaching-, _____.. ____20000 l..1
luaued --_--__ .______--__ 890 for Distrust No. 1. Lawtey If re-eleele< By C. A. KNIGHT.
Another thing that is not lost sight In* Whit, teaching ______________. 88.00 Balance Mar I. 1924 .._____ ._u_____ ISO.81 I will Hive the earns careful. and ronaei.nlloatt.ntiun D.'puiy: CI.r".
C. Frlpp. teaching ___________........ 88.00 DUtrlet N.. II S to the dutlea of the offiee' ae I .have I ff7. M. JOHNS.
to aof is that young folks naturally Mah,.lIe Alderman tench.. ___________ 8.100 Overdraft April 1. 1924 ___________. 10.41 Old Folks'ci | : .In the peel. LOUIS II. IIILU I, Mollclttiir fur (ompl.ln.nt.2.S..U
.crave and have to play and be I I,. W. Klckllter. board .rrvlce _______. ..20 Receipt durIng. month ______----___ 5K.\lit i
amus L.. J. Wynn board service _____.___... D.40 Warrant* IMUM! .-. --- ___hn .__. 841.20 At the ollcllatlnn of my frli-tiiU I hereby PETITION FOR ELECTIONWe
ed. Therefore ample provision is A. A. Haien board .." .. __________. 800 Overdraft, May 1. 1(124 u__ -_______-. 292.71 Ailments I announce my oanilldnoy fni, tho .office of
made for I Cora Keller teaching-. ___?_____._____. 88.00 I Metric f,.. T g .. county commlneifiner. from Diatrlrt Ni,, I. the unili'nilulieil |a.| hereby t>.tlti -
always play and fun. Games H. D. Wliirln. .alary, mpt ___________7500 I Balance April 1. 1924 __..____________M.17Ktveipta j I.a.....". ami collolt the support ..t the voters ,,n your hollurnble: board I"1 an election ,

and contests form a part of both pro- H. R. Wlmrin. urilanr __u______.___._ 78.00 durlnff month ...______.___. 69.16 "I ifS! at the primary. June .Ird. Ri H. H. WulKln Inold ________________ RIO Warranta Issued ____________________ ...... began faklnamark.- D. l'KIIItINK. Imll be .."I.c Into a ..1..1| | tax
grams.In Bradford C
speaking of the short Bradford Co. Bank note ____________SOOB.M DUtrirt No. f and my experience with it $#! roll COUNTY COMMISS1ONER-DiliT. I I '.mln. the ml''le' 'n be artiieeeed In aec
course Bradford Co. Bank hit __ _______.____101.97 Balance April 1. 1924 _u___________ 11.11 stretches over a good long I hereby announce. myvelf a canillitate furrorlnrtton Sfl. US. 8 95. *(4. 'l'wl t South
for boys R. W. Blacklock, boys' club From Sub Panda R.*celptft durlnir, month 00 ___ __n__ 4.ROWnrrnnt lIlt -W commlaloner frontUlatrlct Itanvi. 22 rant: ale aectlona 1. U. Twp. S
mined _____.___________ :: time, says Mr. Joe A. Blake- for fmitty South
agent "The 'na While, teachlnir 3 ________________ 1"00 No. I H.! If reel>..ted I will continue Itongu 12 Kaet.
says biggest and best i C. Frlpp. teaching 8 ________________ IB.00 Balance May 1. 1924 ___ _-_____n. -.. 10.11 13 more, a Civil War veteran fjfgt giving the district and county the nuet I. ALDERMAN.

is what we expect to make it. The' M. Alderman a ______________._____ 1 .00 nutrict No. C and former Virginian 'isbo is ra ..."1... of which I am capablt lteiit>ertfilllyubmitted. GUY A I l.i'fttM! !: hN.
i B. McRrudor. teaching. 3 ___________. ?II.OOI Balance April 1. 1924 u___________ 87.U J. M. ItIUJW NLIUG. It. T. POltrNKII.
prize winners will gather at the Uni- E.: Thornqueat teaching- _______..... 70.00 Receipt durinir month nuu_____ -B.111 TJi now a prominent citizen of Jf"r ..__.. - -- II. J. At.lEItM: \N.
rversity the week of May 26-31. We I M. Cronhy. teaching 3 _____u________ ?o.noI. Warrant iKnued ._' ___________.._____ moose( 1 1Overdraft ii Floyd. Texas. "It Is the beet :E9M i FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT Nc. I 21. E. .'OII'I'NI&

Bullen teaching, 3 ____________..___ 7000 Mar I. ll>24 ___._._________ 111)7.1nutrict laxative I know of for old D 1 hereby announce that I am a candidate 8-U.8t8..
hope to Ne.
give every boy who comes Balance April I. 1924 ______U__________ 64 47 2JJ people./ A good. many years JUT for County eommlaatonar. Dlatrict No. 8. I NOTIcE OF AIIMlMSTKlToltFor "
the best instruction and entertain To Stop a Cough Quick RiHirlpt, .uwueil _____h_ u.u 13.20 ago in Virginia I used to HBPKg have carved the county a* a member of the. ( Final DUch.me)

ment he has hud chance take. Warrant, Uaucil __._________________ { get bilious and I found that board and am wllllnc to b. jiiiUed by my reord. In rv r>let. of T I
a to enjoy. HAYES HEALING HONEY. a Balance May 1. 1924 .. 07. 7nietrlrt gj| If elected I promise faithful add e.'neclentloua ELY HICKS. I]
The girls will be in Tallahassee cough medicine which stops the cough by -No.- -IIBalance ------u "....1.. to the dutlee of the offlae.Keapectfully. Notice l I. hereby ulven. to all whom. It may

from 30 I healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues.A April 1. 1024 _.__.__u____ 1124 3 Thedford'sBLACK.DRAUGHT' g= J. L UNUER1IILU concern Iha on the 21et. day of July. A. 1>.
May to June 6. Miss Flavia I ,,.
I box of GROVE'S Receipt" burned durlnir month _.-_ _. 41.40 \24. apply to the Honorable R
Gleason state home demonstration. O-PEN-TRATE Warrant. burned __00_______________. I hereby to lh. voter that I ama llrvi-n. Jiuluu of aald fouit. an J.d. A
SALVE for Cbeet Colds. Head Colds and Balance Mny: 1. 1924 u' ___ _-_ ____. 88.46 candidate anounce for the office of cuunly commie- l'nil .te. for my Anal dleoharite a. administra
agent says she is expecting thisyear's Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of DUtrUI N.. II .I..n.r. Diatrlct No. :.1. If elected to tflll tor of the eatate of Ely Illoka. d. *. and

short course to be IIA YES' HEALING HONEY. The snlve ".I.n.. April 1, 1924 _____--_______-- 180.44 oiricc I pleilvo my beet clforU at nil tltnea that at the pain time he will preeent hi.
unusuallywell ........ Una) .un.. ... admlnlitraUir
should be Receipt .1 durinir month 0 5.64 to the. Inte...... of the county of aaljealnte.
attended and beneficial. Every rubbed on the chant and throat Warrant laiuvfl __ .n__ _.___ ___ __ 21.00 J. W. PBEVATTrott : and aik for their approval..
effort of children suffering from a Cold or Ctuup. Balance.. May 1. 1924 .. ._ u.. 229.2t l>al. l May 10. A. I). 11124Ii.
is being mad to make it one The healing effect of Ham' Heelln I Honey InMe DUtrlct Ne. II < OlTiTV I COMMT58IONRU, diet.TNe.' 4 K HICKS.

of the best Overdraft April J. 1924 ______.._.._ t*.21 83 Admlnletralor.
courses of its kind in the the' throat combined. with the heaUuii. effe ( Receipt durinir month __ ___ 1212S
O-Peo-Trate Salve the
.nwei throuea {tore* ol -- n
entire country this year. the Bkla eooo Rtopa a .........b. Warrant leaued _-_ ____.____.____ .h_ S 00 hot I could get. Since I cam county commtMloner from IXitrlet No. 4. i

l3ohremdlp. are packed In on.... toO and the Balance May 1. 1924 __ __ ____ ___h. 10207 .. to Texas: I have these bilieue "JJ eomprlalnv. If elected Hampton.will: iiive hereeaa the and ilUtrlet( raham.anil and: J. L FRAZEE
Father' coat of the combined treatment 1*35c. DUtrlrt N. II "' J attack every now and th._ IWII'a
Figuring ir
Balance April 1. 1924 .____._______ 1018 county the beet service I ant capable of. I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT
! Son: "Father please help me with Just ask your druggist tot HAYES Receipt durinir month -_ ___ _-____ 10H6 a man will get bilious aaym:. olteit your vote at Uie primary June $:rd.Koepoetfully ,

HEALING HONEY. "' .-....0.* uumed ____n____________ where you know-and I find EUr submitted I O W HINHON LWPOSTOn'ICE
my arithmetic problem. I ___ Balance May: 1. 1924 .._ uu___.__ 21.24TNilrlet KB that a little Ulack-Draught BHI > ---
Overdraft April 1. 1924 uu---_____ 1.4fl sonn straightens me out. gtt:! I hereby announce mynelf aa a eandldatc
Receipt durlntr month _________ ___ 11.88 a After a few dones, in little or L for County Oommlealoner District Ho.comprlaln S STARKE FVA.NOTi'iCTI .
L : is Cows Wrestles for Titlee | Warrant ........ ..______.___._u_... 'U 1 no time l'm all right auain.\ B* *' Smoker and New Klvir. If elett

__ Balance May: I. 1924 -________.__. -___ 68.US IQI Thedford' Black-Drsught DID ed I promIse a faithful and efficient performance
1 nutriet N.. IIOv..tt of the dutlea of the oil,... .nd willwoph ) IIIUDERH

""i s.e4'4' 1, 1' April 1. 1924 _______..... tl.17 M U a purely vegetable liver lID .1..,. for the beet Interact of the R..I. hliU will be received by the Board

Beceipta thirlnir month _____.________ .80 JJ" medicine used la America f.r entire county: Itsopoelfully.A.. of Tnieteea of Uradfonl County. Florida.
: Warrant burned. ______u________.... in over eighty yean. It acts oa H** II. SURHKNCY. at the office of the ...t.r of the Board at

.. Overdraft M"r 1. 1924 __--____-_--_. .20.87nl.trt. M the stomach, liver and bowels MKh) I hereby annnmmne.nyerlf a candidate for flier' ).. rlorlila. until o'clock p. ma..
N. 17 June lath. 4. and at that time publicly
Balance Anrll t, 1924 17.4BTtaoelpt SJS in a gentle natural way as 5E the office of county oommlealoDor UtatrletNo opened. fur the furnishing of One. Lltfhk
-- ------- -- ,
New Kirsrand
durinir month __________.__ 908 ill listing digestion and reliev- ESP I. eomprfeintr llrooker. and TracU, not to exceed Two Ton In w..l.ht.
Warrant .bailed ___.___.______..... | | log constipation. Sold every- gjjjj promlce. If eleoteil. to give the votera. ofLhe One three way mail drair.lIMilitr .
| dletrlet and the oounty at I" the
Balance ___. __ _
May I. 1924 .u ._ u. 26 US to tumid' complete poelfiratlon
where. .tteet .. .
"io. of which I capableHe.
PI.t rtrt N.. II Mia am uf the ..iiilimi.iit hid.
$* on. and the price of
Hnlanee April I. lOM _____ -_-._.__ 211.72Fhvelulu K-102 BU! pectfully .ubmltt.l.. H V. ANUUKWS.: lam.,, d.lvA. at Hlarke.' 0lorl.hs.'liio .
ilurlntr month ___.__ 4.337Wnrranta : ----- -- -- --- --- the Huht
u SfI 'D1JJ1J61'1J.Politlc ! .Arv. to rejiMt any
(MUeil ____u_ .____.._._.__ FOR IIONU THL'STKK.: 1)1.1. Ne. I .n. all blil. .
Balance May 1 I. 1024 __ ____ ___.._ 31.61) I hereby announce my canilliliipy for theofflcn E. B.
I Illrooker
of Kiiad Honrl Truntew IJIetrlct No. S, MA': ;
May 1. 1024 and Nuw. Klver I have .....d the A'rl'FA'r. I n I.
C.TMTF or" n OHin' clllM.n. nf Hie' county before In dUr..nlc".lIh. 1 FITCI.
rrmNTY OF BRADFORD.I 1 Announcements and ftel that I mn fully callable I I t-v-tt-l-t.

hereby certify. thai the forecolnv .'.1.- of loi>kliiir after thilr bi-et Intereebl. I |1-- --- _. _ ___ _
fnenl of the receipt* and dlebunemeat.* ., pli'dtri. my hint effort toward lhl. ..n". Ifeh3rI. 1I i I
the hool' fund of Bradford Court,. for the -- L It A WrF.KS | NOTIfK OF M UTIIC'" SALE

nmnth) of Aiiril., 1024 I III true. and correctto FOR STATS SENATOR .. -- .- I Hereby, tmllco I I ,1'An under .no byvirtu
the beat of mr knowledge' and belief I IH To the Democratic .I.rtor. of Fifteenth Mr-MIIKU: HrllOOI. HOARD-I)I T. Ne. 1 nf that Anal decree _
B WIOOIN' I! Senatorial UUlriot of Florida I I _|Hiotally Th. frlcn.l. of llev. I.. W. Klckliter ...k fur eliwiirct mado by the JU.|". ...t the Rlahtrt
Coonty Superintendent eollelt your auppork for reniimlnetkun In h... ..-......II..a ae a member of the Ilnard ef .luillolal' Circuit uf Hrnilfnrd County, Flnrld.
{ .lune' primary a. your tate Benazir for aatdillwtrict !Public Inetruallon for dletrlct No I of lireil- in ,'ho"'r lttlnir. on the 2Ut day .
which embrace the eountie of llra't' ford county Mr. Klekllter he (Iven the ... A l II I. 'In favor ..t F. F Miime. Mcomiilalnaiil
FINANCIAL STATMMKrrr' OF COUNTY I I fortS and! Union. V K./: KNK.Iir. most catUfai'tion" during the ..vo,.' ternia b.h. and "a'.t' Anna Caahatt .
FUNDS > .. aened the hoard and. eonnliler It ill ,
M nthlr' fI"., clal, .'.t-,,.ent of tlr.d'... By the ... ur.t of many Irl.n.". I h.tr.bynnounce to the. 'lntf nt on iif the voten and we the, county' 'r."la,1., un.,ler.l.lieil. a* Special Muter, will

:;... '. ..t.: .::: : r"r th I ,. month of April. 11124. tnyaelf a* candl.Uta for the that h,. eervlc' *. b. continued. offer for .. In front of the courthouse .InMI
_. '. <:.".nl Fendnn'imce ".n.tAI from Bradford. and Union eounllra. M NY FUIKNDI.MfMHfll .,,, I k. Mrllu.' durlntf I bo l".nal hour onli <
". -uu. ,.. _: ..L_ ".... April I. 1924 __ .._._______2141 41 .tit JIN:t to the action of the P.mr.tl. tin Monday thu lull day of Jun. A. U.
It..3't| ilurlnic month __ .IHo I Itl)3Ioro'm..nt. primary of Jun. 3. 1024. I rat fully ; Sit'IlOll.itlm/u. It">. Diet N... 1I I I"i 2'I I, I. I the hl"I..t and be.) lildilnr
An annual wrestling tourney for cows 'is held at Martlgrny, 3wltf. ', diirlnir month _. _._ H"7 fSW ( "licit thtr vote of ."...,. voter end ,..r.b" I hereby announce, n* a randiilnle. for I... r.illoivlnu d..nrlhnl' nnim'rly ,,I.h'1'
Tnnt). which is attended by thousands of farmers from all sections. Bnliinre Mon I I. Itl.'l I. . 2SW.-'" prnmue. .that I will ..n.I... true end faithful number of .Ito MfihiNil IIOHK" from DUtrlct Nv.i 1.1"1 In th. county of Ilrailfonl and U
Fine end Forfeiture Fund ,......Ie.. fur the people whum I rvprniMnt.J. anil, pniml a faithful. performance ofth t'I.ld.. ti -wll :
off defeat. The final winner Ucrouiud .
wrestle until trots
The cows one in union April: 1. 1 1(124( -. .--_---_____ 114.821| T. UAKNK3.i !: .. .iliitli. ,,r tinrric.... I if .,h. ...'..1. I si'l 1.41 Lola H. 4. 7. and R, In lIbel I 1 elan' hiUHi.
queen and! given choice grazing pasture for one y ar. Photo Ih..,...lulu" ilurlnw month --_.______ 587.85TI.hir.pmrnti -- I II" ""..'..rt "I I hi. VHI.Tal' Ihu primary. 9. I I II I, !2. 21.I ?.i. UI. and liloeh Iii I
shows the float tussle for the titlo. ) during month ____.n__ 9811.19tKalinee i I'OK tii'tRVisoH OP'REOISTKATION Jon. ,. .Ir.l 0.1 M. INMXN. i iMfMIIKH ell l In Diiwllnim addition In :h.lnI Of

Mar 1. 1 11121 __ _-_un_ IIIO..9i I twrvby: announce that 1 am a .'emiiI.ta Nlnrke. .."nty of 1..1'0"1 plot of I
...... Fr.Balance for .......10 tjun to the oifiav of atuporvteMir ofrairtatratiun. : S<'IIOOI. 1111" loll, IIUI. 10;.. > .aid addition helnil .n Jl>. Ti|,. II..od"l
April I. 1924 _____.__.____. 114.M I ,, of 1 1
acndldate Ranii
If I am r.-l Kted I chill .onUnu I Hereby annuiince mytelf a fermimlwr 23 Ee t.
.!. .. 1.t.I
.1..t.!.!. .
.t. .' 1I..I'.t.' ilurinif month _________ .S4PUbumement to gIve my v.ry b Durlnv Month ________ carry inn out the tlut.M of thv utTU. Itmprtfully. I If mini. .pated end elected I pnimiee a fetthfel R A. (IHKEN. Special M.uiler.Holliltir .
llntnnee' May I 1924 -_ __h__ 184.02 I! C A. KNK.11T. dUcharice of the dull. of the office' te lbs. .' fur complainant.36t- JI)
Riilldlntr. Fundrtnlanee : .hr.t of my ahlllty. I a let! the vote of every U .
April I. IU4 8.U .mocret r fri the primary to t be held June Hnt.Krapeclfully '
I -------------- ; FOR REPRF.8&NTATIVE-GltOUP ONE ItKAK
i Receipt, Durlnir Month __ .._____..__ I L. J. WYN!(. 'I II
The Voters Of PMinnement' Durlnir' Month ________ I I '.. rfl.f announea mytivlf .. a eanilhlata TJN : ; -
To Btlnnce. May I I. 11124 -- _u.__.__ 859 ,In UTDUP O"t.,........ FndBalance I in the lfirinlattire frum lirad- for memlH'r 'tf the ..h.>ol. Imanl lilelrlct' ,No. l"IC .\.1. 1.\I'PJ''ISGS
__ __ ford county, aubJMt t to thw action. of thapttmocratio i .
April I. 1921 --__ _--__- OU8.51 1 I wan rained on a rarm at Iraham slid ] -
..eeititn' ilurlnw month .-. __.__ 603.71PUhtirnement I :: primary. to b* held Jun Ird. 1824.irttapvetfully i have tauuht ..h..... for live 11'''.''. I ant. I fiti'Eit I VON PI'IU IiiATiMIn ;
solicit lh. of all
Durintr Month ________ Jff.ii" crat.a and. It aupport.....ted familiar, with\ all the affair, of chool wort.I I I rirrult Court.: Rial* of lo..la, Eighth
Balance' Mar I. .1924 _.__--__-_ .__.__11)4922) faithful> and voUra onaclantlmia. ...r'.irEvKr .. promlaa [ Molicit" the :"tahAy.t every Iiemoornt In the .luillitiiil. rircull. llm.lfi.ril ( ". In ohaieery .
Oralnee Fn4 ... JOHNS primary to June flrd., I promUefaithful .
Bradford Balance April 1. 1924! _________u___ 1380>> -- dlacharve. of th. ilutlei of the allies i ill fl. Alderman
1 Coooty Beeelpt Hurlnir Month ______________ /tfPRJo:8ENTAnVJC.-HOUP; TWOI If .....1.801. Konpectfully auhmltte I rmnplnlnant.I .
J. A. WASDIN. | '.. \
Pinbueiicment Durlnir. Month -.-____. hereby .. .
eandbiete .
__ announce myaelf a --- - --- -- -- I Amlreve J al.
Balance' Mnr 1 I. 1924 u _________ 73.80 for a member. of the llouew of .Jlepreaentalivee IIOMI TKl'MIKK. KIST. $ j, "l'hlll..1
Acrleelteral F..dBalance from ,
Bradford Fl. .
County croon No. 2.sibjrct I that I u'pflulIIaluSr | Andrew
hereby announce um a J. Philip A. J. Philip. B. A.
April 1. IU.J4 ___._______.__ I.lf to the Democratic primary of Jun. S. the ..r,.... if l t.'n.1 fur UUt" 5.Jlr.olar |'I and wife
< truiint' I..n. Laura 0. Lane. liavdl
KecelpU. Dtirfnff. Month _.00__________ 1924. I earnoatly foliolt the cupport of the .. I.I"
liinhunement. During Month _____ votem In the comlnir prlinary If eleetml! I and New HI. "ndU..II" i I *" II l.r A. llreov. ..Imln"tn'rl.
for nomination in comingprimary u
The campaign __ __ ____ woliclt the .IIP"tort..1 all voten In the I th. octal. "I David 5$. llnniu. >. W.
Balance May I. 1944 h -__ t.IS promise to work for the beat Intereet of Hradfnrd A. .
June I have creed 110. MaKe
primary Ird. and wife 0. M. Itnliert
Wlde county' and the. of rlorlila
Pinclea Feed atale KMipetrt- M.I.
is about closed. I intended and fully W. O. DUVALL. dUtrlct. for three And one-half yearn III Archer, J. M. Froacr. If 1.1.. If dead,
; Balance .April 1. 1924 1H109 heJudKed the brim, devlene' .. _
: -- --- -- county cotnmfMloner and am willing to or other *laim
have made extra effort to see each one of .. Receipt durlnamonth :. :. ::: 1 IW74DUbuniemenU FOR COUNTY JUDGH by my record I In that office Re. |iect' ant. or utherwlie. anil to all unknown p.rll.
durinir month lot.0'') ,..IIy I ,,nibmllted II I' I.AINrYAM : ; I elalmlnir soy lntere.1 whatsoever In the cola
Balance' Mar I. 1924 -. ___ __ 11.HI I hereby announce myaelf a candidate for I .._ __ herein ,divcrlheil derendente the nclilence
personally and talk with you but have the office of County Judge of Bradford eoun.ty I of
you 'NAGEItIt Cl V.554Sly I whom unknown
Mar I. 1924 I refer the. voter* to my record during, I .
failed however it not intended on Bradford Ceeaty. the terms 1 have .held this offiee In the paet.and I PRIMARY ELECTION ,I tJklFINO'
was my State of Florida. I eameatly aollelt their apport ., the I You and each .. required to
I hereby certify that the '......1"* ....._ comma. primary It elected 1 premlae ta I Precinct Ne. I. LawteyD be ant In appear before the Judge of the
I l part and hope no one will hold this against ef the ......1... and ..,.1>._.... .f the duichariie the' dutlee of the office to the beat If Pierre. clerk ; It. A. Illanohard 1. T. (Ireult Court In and for llredford County.rlorufa .
i fund of Bradford Ceuntr for the month ... of my ebllity according t4, law and without n..ld..I. end W. pred M....,.. m."........ on the 7th day of July A. D. 1014.at .
me. t.i April Itlt. i I. true .nd oorrect to th. fear or favor. CEO A. UARblNCR. Prerlnet N... 2. \Iter""'.. N.... the Court U.. In laid) County In Star).,
beat of mr knowledfl-e end belief -- W. R. I'nvle. .clerk T. I'. Wall. It. A. Newm Florida to aniwer a Mill of Complaint: so.
O W. ALII8AN. FOR BaLRIP .,, and f*. A. Hcott. man...... hlblteil aiialnit you In aiil Court, by II. O.
conducted clean and (SEAL) Clark C"Cee"-. Pr..I.... N. I. S'erk.l vlh Alilerman. .
.i campaign .
I have a I hereby announce nyeelt a candidate to.Sh.rtff
; Bradford Ceva**. of Bradford county. and If elected I J. I.. I'eek. .I.rk'r ,N. Kindrlck. I. W. 'fhe Hratlford County Tclefrraph e weekly.
2 C A. : Kdwarda and A. W. Anilereon. manancr.Precinct "..paper publlehed In Hterke, Hradforit
y efficient administration of the aher
I am soliciting your support on my own IINIOIrT.a--. promise IJr. 0"'... I etaod for .law .. ........ .. N. 4. (.rahaai County. Florida. I la hereby uVelinated, .thenewnpaper
W. T Me"..., clerk Theeeley Vat John In
altaR Lei
equally, applied to on. and all without\ fear
record and making no reference to my op CLEBK'I KFOBT or favor I ahall appreciate the' support .f 8iirrency' and O. W. [>:yal. manaaere.Precinct published" for client conaeeutlve was)..
N. I. HaajptaaJ The land In the Hill of Complaint
the votera at the primary. June tni. drlb
ponent. t. Mar I. ISIS W. M. (MITCH; guwA SD!. V. Jon.. clerk ; Uarneld' Juhna. B. In this ... tn which I I. anughl to
Report of the Clerk .1 the Ctrrait ea...
Ilitynea and J. If Maxon. manatfercPrecinct .be quieted, Tlnet the above defendant areparticularly
I. and far Bradford Ceeatr. Flerlae. ee a*. I .hereby annonnee ..,..If a candidate\ foe Ne. 4. TbereeeaR deecrlbed follow ; to-wltf
I have and continue to solicit your support count of tae* eeemd for th' year un. .......U..n to the' office of Sheriff at Bradfordounty C Ifellberver clerk, : C.: A Youniiblooil. All il that pr..n .lo II. lying: north of
B. W. HATM.Taa If I will aa la the peat.aare I). W. M x>.. and If O M.,. manageraPrecinct a line .. Commencing al .
CuI..... .:1t: ef all thedutlee N. t. New River prut ... north boundary. of
and vote for June no & achara< lot 100 ft.
hope you can me +: T. Bracferd Ceuaty of the offiee." and I eameatla. aollelt the W M Parker. clerk ; C. M. I 1\ D W. went of the northeast corner of .. 1.lot run-
Ceeety P.._ upport of the votera at the eMulinr: primary.Hecpectfullr. Kelly and H. C: Crewa. m.n....... fling ..n a coune south 19 devrcea weet aanmaaid
3d. I have served you people and hope April I to bal. due ____n_ --.221.1 W. J. EfrEKHUN.I : Preeinel Ne. a. BreekerD .. to weal boundary of urn f 110 aerso.
Ml amt. ...u........ -- -_ ._ n __UnTil I M. M.t hu" .lrk. A. I.. f.reen. <1. B. more or 1 leaal' the oath half ..f kit I
to serve you again, and if you will nominate f .hereby announce myeelf aa a candidate Coleon and J. J. .. m.n...... '.I5a Ill) a.'''. and I.n.aeree In theiouthweat corner
May 1, to bal due -- --- '__7t1Un for iheriff. of Bradford _"tll'. I era well : -- 01..lots ; andI4bIilIaeree.o.wptdaaro.\ In
time will be time my office t Fine '4'Frl'';' ;' I acquainted, with the dutlee of the office and NOTICE OF ELECTIONS the eotitheaet corner' All In Section Ifl. Tp. ..
me, my your April I to bal. due -____.--________SIMM promiee. if elected to diecharie. theai to the S. I 11 '... contaIning, ; altoa-ether' *4
will be office and I will be your t utmost of wiy ability with. equal Juetlce to By the power ......1 In by the laws of m.. or leee. a* the name appear In that.
your all I earneatly eolieit the ef the .
supperS certain deed
FOR HOBHLMiPEOPLEThe .I.u the Hoard of 'Inetruction' of recorded I In Deed lIon) No. S.
,. I'ulol'
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at the cnauio. primary.A .... on pave 206. of the Putilw Hecoril of Uril
the job and giving un. best of workers B. ALVAREZ h'adlo.1 .nty. Fla.. hereby call cteetlona U* :
4 servant ever on my get out of anrt be held lit Hampton. Star).. Hrooker.Iff fonl t>>unty. Florida.Witnee .
when the liver ails/ to act. They fl/ my hand and .. of office IbIs the
FOB CLCBC: 0, Tin C1BCUIT COURT and rjraham on Jun. 24. 1132$. for the ptlrpfv.
divided time to the office.Respectfully. 4 3 th day of April. A. D. 1924.
languid, hal/nuck "bluo" and dacnvrnfni I hereby" announce myself a candidate for of electlon three trueleee In each and determinlne .
and think they are getting lay. Negject ..-.11.. to the office ef Clerk of the Clr-' ; the amount of millaiie be at- ) O. W. ALDERMAN1.
I Clerk Court
yours, of these symptom might result in sick lull eurt ef Bradford county cobject to the ...H in ....h. 1a.U For Brailford Circuit
a .... the of holdina1 ialcl election Inlfa.nptoo County F.rl..
..t. of the votera at the eomlnc primary. I purpoae A. Z.
sp-U therefore the wnmbt course la to the' ... ... ADKINB.
Jane I rd. I appreciate. the dat.. of thle ln>- t.I..a. .n." are ap. Solleltor
B. M. DOWLING take a dOM or two nf Hprtjinc. It I Is JUIJt portent office. but feel that I an qualified pointed ; A. A. .. A. A. FuUh. 1. V.lloueer for Complainant. J-IOt-T-4
;I the mrxiicuie needed to purify the systemintl bo dieehane t....... Havta* acrved the' pubS t restore the run and ambition ol lie before the. vote.. ere well able t. J....... For the purpoce of holding ald. election, In To Cure a Cold in Ole tiayTk
id Advertisement. ae to -ay fltneaa for the office, and If they '..rk. the followlnv managers have been appointed
health. l-ricoeOc. tioU by .iMMee to elect .... I promtae faithful and : 8. Matthewe l. K. W. JkJtATIVE PROMO OinilNB (Tablets ) .

:.4.4.. .......... ...+....t..t..i.t.t+lt+t+l+t+3+)+tI + All Drug Stores efficient I eolMlted.aervlce. Yenr support O. W. ALbEKMAN.le reepeetfal'ly .For. the...E purpaee T. U.....holding lIes). (aid Ka'.bt.,....a. la (.Mope..,md. the S. W.l-ough cilOVC end Meaderhe Hguai: .sod INI eaca wwl.olf7hC..iOuS


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r the tax assessors' office. !I Work has been commenced on the J. L. $hriv! is attending to business r,. .-_- "-- -- -- -"

Bradford County; TelegraphPi. covffity highway( between Dukes Ferry in Jacksonville| this week.

=''''.= .' "':' ..- Buford ngnbotham of B-t 'wirvme bridge and Brooker. Bradford county
a visitor here Sunday.The I. the i) Supriae Party
will anyhow. ,
get on
e I ( ...lLuU d i weekly+ and entered: as Desmond Dukes map, of Dukes, motored I'I TuesdAy evening a large crowd
the punt revival services which have home of Mra. A J. oAfterthe i ir I Ii
E second: class matter, at I through our section Friday. [gathered at the II I
been going on at the Bapttlst churchfor ,
office at Starke, Florida. A. O. Andreu, of Starke, was In our PlnhoU for a suprise party. Games
: the past week closed Sunday: were cfljoyej until a late hour. All
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i .." 8. MATTHEWS__..______________Owiwr. evening. Four :new: mamuera were community Friday. I reported f. nice time. Among those I house bums
and ,
Mr. and Mrs. Cooke daughter
J. C. ROBINSON_________Mun...ln.. Edl.... baptized at Kingsley Lake Sunday of Mr. 'present Were Mana and Leila Mae i
I Miss[ Collie, were guests i I
afternoon. Cooke's son, L. A. Cooke Friday i iI Andrews, Stella Mae and Florence I
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY HAZEN THANKS HIS FRIENDSI I evening. |Ward, Lottie and Ruby Gainey and II r. 1 1r I

I N. G. Hayes, Sri was a visitor to j Iris Godwin, Orvilce Ward, Wilson ::1 Ill <"
SUBSCRIPTION RATE wish to thank my friends throughout j Gainesville last week. I Russ Royce Gainey, Eugene and Hugh "I

rer Year _________________u U.O:; port Bradford and encouragement County for thus their far sup in C.to M.Worthington Andreu was Friday.a business* visitor Butler!Crosby afternoon and others.a crowd of :I I ISUtKP1i I .

Six Months . -__ __-__ 76cr my campaign for the office of Tajj Starke Indies! came over to Brooker i[ I'i'

-. .i I Assessor of this County. I have en- BROOK ER Baptist Church:: to organize a church I I

deavored to present my claim honorably I Brooker, May--s ..="O. A. Andrew I circle. Jcs.! J. J. Bullen of Starke I '
with no reflection whatever toward presided over the meeting. Among i
my opponent or his friends. I and daughter The Iran and Thelma! the lading present were: Mrs. F. H. I iI iI

would Bay to those who have opposed Snellgrove were visitors here lliurs-' Scott, MM L. W. Kickliter, Mrs W. J. I

inu through honest matters that they .day. I Ij Epperson, Mrs. J. J. Bullen and Mrs. \

"yet" have a little time to reason I Limbaugh, of Starke, Mrs. L. A. I ,
:I with themselves as to what their at- j Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewis who Brown, Mw. R. A. Weeks, Mrs. Roy .

I kNo. : Litude would be had they a boy or 'have been visiting here have gone ,Godwin ind Mrs.[ Shriver,of this place.A. I

I! grand son with the same ambition I ito,' Earlton where they will spend A. lInen spent Tuesday in the lfll,*-4 a..odd eie ahcd removing dart ps it thtltitnieordlseehbid"Ieehayavdwhers
have. 1 believe I cart be of some bene- part of the summer. I county a at.EXECUTIVE. the figg stsnad.andm I3rmesMdai '

4!,54 :fit to the tax payers of this county Evelyn Stump of Starke is visiting I "'Qllll C >> : -'- tmads.n I

(Membership in National Highway by hard work and strict attention to friends here.Sheriff COMMITTEE MEETS oanV>v*s*.V i.haD it.fcps fa apalo ofcU ssg%, rq I ,
Association) I duty so I believe it is now time we The executive committee of 'Woman's p msGsa4'wands. [
began talking business and make an W.J. Epperson and Deputy '--I..tt --' 1Ih aU.. .1.1a..f
y eq
I Work in the New River Association 'I
CONVENTION DELEGATES. I leffort to thin end. I fully realize the) Baisden were .attending. to business _1.I irq :::kn> to,.... em fa Wuc the fcnocsflns I
!I importance of this office with all its I here Friday.Mr rvet Wednesday afternoon at SBUt talks jftoafl fine OaMt Uk>> and sCsf >i asi tvols ;
Col. T. J. Appleyard, the veteran attendant complications and problems tthe home of Mrs. J. J. Bullen, on N. w tflacnaas .. isacias'i fyao sao mo SODMP &si lossv. :
I and :Mrs R. A. Weeks were Walnut street. Plans made for
were I
State printer, is a candidate for delegate and if I am favored with the honor a.qp 81:1IIII _._ t.hJpAapdD.a.INMAN : .
'lof guests of relatives in Starke last ,the union meeting to be held the fifth
serving people in that capacity I
a to the democratic national convention my Wednesday. I Sunday l in June. All members of com-
I shall make it business to
my equalize -
from the State at large. Mr. I, :mittee present, President,
is old-time democrat, tax values, treating all alike. I Cyrus Hoover ;of Starke was a & RITCH i
t Appleyard an I Mrs. A. M. Darby; Secretary, Mrs. I
My policy will be reduction in
a business visitor here Wednesday.
the interests
whose hands
: one J. F. RiQJfliter; Superintendent, Mrs.T. .

1 of the democracy of Florida: would be tax there values is any wherever property possible not on the and tax if I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barry of I: J. Tetiy, or Lawtey, and Mra F. A. .' I Starke Florida I i
I entirely safe. :Scott. I ,
\ Another candidate for delegate in books I will put it there as it should 1 Alchua were visitors-here Thursday. ........... / I Ij
whom Starke and Bradford county be. I have no promises out if I am I, Carl Ward of Jacksonville spent SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH -- _. =-
people will feel an interest is lion. : elected other than to make you a Saturday here with relatives. ,. i -

I i p W. M. Igou, of Eustla. Senator Igou good Tax Assessor. Therefore no one 'John Pinholstetr of Tampa was a -
need claim special favors where It'j' ----- ,
; was in business in Starke at one time week-end guest of relatives here.
applies to the assessment of property.
of who
and made a friend everyone
had dealings with him.LAWTEY. i iI My record as a private citizen and in I Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholstcr spent Q,) ,
.j apublic way is well known to my Saturday and Sunday 'In Jackson. I
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I I II people and I believe the majority ville. :: : : O !
I I will .... < ,
!get at the oils next Tuesday I'
W. E. Torode wan transacting business Miss Iris Godwin is spending some- : '
I I in Starke Monday will indicate its approval. time in Alachva. PASTEM= "
I regret that I have not been able :1'I fl1k; : Cu? :

i ,. Pearce Jones of Jacksonville is to meet all of the voters so far in I Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Barefoot of ,...................... : : : ; ; I
J I i'j spending: a few days here with rela- my campaign but hope this letter will I Starke were guests of the latter's. ..: ..:.:.;:.::: L&.. I
\ I fives fall into their hands and be considered sister Mrs. Osteen Sunday. : ::.,::::.:......... .' Q
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personal to them. I wish .. .
I) i I Mr. and Mrs Marion Stokes and that I have taken no interest to against say I| Chesley Fogg of Graham motor. LKHJLS rs1;:/:........ ...;PI;: ; :: ?:.1!.I, stD BUGfm ....oft..- ..WoI..........

children of Wauchula are guests this any other candidate running for office ,ed here Thursday. ''' ... ..:.;. -'. ..... ,
\ 1. week of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stokes. in the county as they are all my I Mr. Mrs. Caleb Mott of Hague .- \'E ,! .;';'ir:.1.::::..:. ,:;:;::::::::::;;:;:;:'1 POISON (U < '
i I i Dr. E. L. ItriKtcs of Starke was a proVisional friends. Any last hour statement and I : : ..'<> C H

f i / visitor: -to Lawtey Monday. rumor designed to mislead my friendson or. station week. visited relatives. here last j I I 9 C! Z.i Ifr'-'d'tiatntU:; ;; ': 2 CO

i\ i 0. W. Roberts la spending a few the eve of the election I hope will I l
meet its just roward and that noth- j Miss Gussie Mao Bennett of Starke j i I _
week with
4 i days in DeLand this Mrs I
ing shall happen or be said to hinder. was guest of friends here Sunday. I .
1/ Roberts parents, Mr and Mrs. J. II I
/ deliberate thought of justice In the : --=- :--- -. -= l
Tatum. -- ---- ------ -- -'
I Floyd Wiggins rif, New River wasa '
matter. I = = .
t I Drew Alvurez of Starko was in In conducting my campaign I now ,' visitor here Sunday. I -- ,

town Monday. leave my' rrospects of election in the I Mana and Leila Mao Andrews attended 1 1I

-- hand of my friends, having made the at Mrs. Colson's
I Mr. and Mrs.: Barber of party
Ralph :
I Jacksonville visitors here Saturday 'every honest effort known to Democratic j'Saturday night.E. I I !
were rules and principles of election. I I
i and Sunday. I further more promise the boys and ', M. Hazen was a visitor to Starke

J. E. Goodfellow;; ""'"in transacting girls that I will not be in their way .J]Friday. J

business in South Florida this week.i twenty-four years from today asking|
( G. W. and G. M. Bevil were -
my people to forget their rights to the
,i i Mrs. L. A. Marr was shopping in tame honor I am now asking for. j I to business -in Starke Saturday. i I TAKE A SOBER THOUfiHT

Starke Wednesday.Assistant With\ kind personal regards to all ia I j Mitch Edwards of Starke was '

r Postmaster- W. H. Biggs my last assurance of my appreciation erecting the voters of this district I
for every kindness shown me in the .londay.
t was a business visitor to Starke the I ,
campaign. I I
{ first of the Week. remain j W. S. Knoll of Sampson City is i
Very truly yours, I
I B. M.\ Howling of Starke was a A. A. HAZEN |visiting relatives- here this week: I The matter of selection of a Congressman ,
\ Visitor here Friday. ;
I !
: HIGHLAND I D. C. Melvin and Mr. and Mra.

j I Mr. and Mrs.-W. M. Bryan and Bon l l\urrhe-d';; I I Patten of Starke spent Saturday here effects the nation and could
j A. J. son Otto Mur.l [,with relatives.I I II effect ;
i Wesley spent Sunday in Starke with l hee of Green Cove Springs :
i : 1 relatives. were I Mrs. Melvn of it visiting
transacting business here
I Wednesday. I the entire world.
: J. J. this. week.
I Miss Ruby Redding of Starke, ''her ', I II
, I I spent u few days here last week with W. M. Wimbley of Waldo arrived I CephuH Harrell-who has been attending I .

I relatives and friends Tuesday for, a visit with relatives. the Newnan School of Telegraphy One candidate well qualified and
I I II. C. Wimberly, II. C. Wimberly I has returned home. I .
( :Miss Mary Williams of Macclcnny Jr and W. R. Wimberly of Madison i

is the guest this week of her sister, left Thursday for a motor trip to L. O. Hazen who has been I position to give good and effective
Mrs R. M. Tracey. Southern points including, Bartow, ing the U. of F. has returned attend-I ser-

I ::1\1. R. Bowden of Jacksonville Leesburg, Lakeland, Lake Wales and
visitor here Sunday. wasa other South Florida cities. They ex. Miss the Beatrice guest of Lottie Bullen Gainey of Starkewas Sun- vice--the other without experience or effective -

pect to be away about a week.
j i Capt. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan and Mrs. I>. Vanlaningham of In- day afternoon. i position and without

Miss[ Ollie Marr of Starke spent iamipolla, Ind. left Wednesday for Miss Irma Andrews of New River I acquaintances -

i Sunday here with relatives.J. her home after a pleasant visit herewith was the guest of friends. here Sun-

t I II. Moore _was" transacting business gett. her daughter Mrs. R. C. Pad. ,day. i friendships and influence among

.' in Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs. Ida >B. Williams I 1 A series of children parties was
\ and son his fellow Congressman.
much enjoyed by the little folks
Francis were visitors very
Clyde Rowe, Fonso Gritfia and to Jacksonville i
'uesday. of our town in honor of Evelyn
\ Everett
Lomlholtz: wero visitors to I
.: : Jacksonville| Sunday afternoon. E. Wilkinson was a business visitor i,Stump of Starke several afternoons
to Starke Saturday. of last week. Wednesday afternoonIris What does the sane sober and busi- I

i Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and J. B. Sheriff E. J. Weeks and Deputy I Brown was hostess to about ,

Jr. of Jacksonville were guests Sunday Jessie Quigley of Green Cove Springswere 1 twenty guests. Thursday afternoon, like thought demand
IJ of Mr. and l :Mrs. 'A. :M. Blanchard transactting business here ;!Mildred Morgan entertained for little ness you do with

: Thursday. :Miss Stump, Friday afternoon
A. B. Alvare-t'S"tarh;; candidatefor B. M. Frisbee of Middleburg 'she waa honoree at a party given by ballot under the circumstancesJWe
! i the office of sheritT, was in town a visitor here Monday.Mrs. Madeline Hazen and Saturday after- your
electioneering.Fred H. C. Wtmberly, Miss Wini Mocha Weeks entertained in her ,

I \ Moore visited' friends in Baldwin fred Wimbcrly and C. R. Dinkins honor. I I urge you as good citiztns to

", I. Sunday. motored to Starke Tuesday.Dr. Among those who enjoyed these sup-

E. L. Biggs of Starke was a parties were: Alivynne, Evelyn, Grace
:Mr. Lawrence Dinksins spent Sun- professional port the Hon. Frank Clark
day in Jacksonville with relatives. A. Marr visitor here Monday.L. and Madeline Haezn Murla and W. as Congressman. -
r of Lawtey was a vial- T. Weeks, Hazel, Bunnell and Mildred
A. II. Harley came home from tor here Tuesday. Morgan, Iris Brown, Louise Andrewsand .

J Louise and spent Sunday with his BRADFORD several others. J
J family. -
' V rn Rogers waa hauling barrels C. N. Shaw and Family were visitors I C. L.. PEEK
Miss Wilma Blanchard spent a few from Worthington Tuesday and to Starke Wednesday.L. I ,
days in Jacksonville last week. Wednesday.
U. Andrews was a business visitor -
Earl Roberts Misses Lucile and Geneva flarrell, Chairman Frank Clark
of Gainesville la to Palatka one day last week. j Club
and Marie Raborn and Turner
spending! few Brook-
a days at the home of '
; his lather, E. J. Roberts. er motored through here Wednesday. Mrs Bedia Connerly of Plant City of Bradford '
I A. E. Raborn and N. G. Hayes were ia visiting here this week. (CJ. County Florida. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stokes and business visitors to Worthington ,
C. Cone motored to LAwtey Monday
baby of Jacksonville rero he P..uests Wednesday evening.
I of Air. and Mrs. G. W. fctolos. Rand Crews, of Brooker, waa In i
our community Paid Advertisement.
k, I A. A. Hazen of Brook)r was in W. H. Harrell and daughter/ Piles c..._ in a to I< Days I ,
t town again Saturday telling the voters Lucile of Pine Hill Le ainWeoeay H PAZO OltfTMlJfT tali
were in oar section ,o laa lrloa Band 91a.dtna at Pmtrwaoe Pttel.stanu
i that he WM still in the race for one day last week. nIM.- Kuala P"t.., sad ra c.a h.ssr.1sw..a.e
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