Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1925
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
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c.-Payable In Advance. E. Matthews: Owner.
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NEW INDUSTRY I n __ __ ___ -
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Gulf Oil Salesman and I 111" Resident :
lev i-
I Touring Car larr.vinx I Four PersonsI ELECTION
t To Operate from Cedar; Key to Branford Turns I pride Downithuut Lake dty-Palatka Stiff; Pine Iteinjf 'f.iven Drunk and Itiilh Injured .m \ uloinooilcActidem. l BROWN-GREEN

-Will :Scr.c: at Feeder. i I Injuring Occupants.Last Reckless Drivers of Cars.; I: CASE SET FOR APRIL 10
i Short Route Will I
$100.000 1''i..iday uUurnooii vs lulu re- Florida I J. W. Atidornon, operating' a motorvehicle J. \\'. Anderson, of Juk-onv die, 'Irregularities Alleged in CulturesHiiiiinl : .

Officers Chosen and l raft Construction 'I turnip Horn liuiicui.o'! L on hisv.ay Benefit All while' under mlluencc of anJnets liquor. salesman. and field mutt n0ger'ur/ the Contest.
Will Ueain: at Once. Plead uuilty.: 1-ined $100 Gulf Refining Cu.1,1" slinhtlv rut
home in JucKiuiiv, 1.. Wulf-
I I son, uf that city, had u cord touring If any one wants to see the valueof i six, and months.Incuse Revocation revoked fur of a licenceuspendcd. periodof and. brumeil and 11'. Dinkmit of Fcriutluhim, ApI'11t.. D. H.

Cedar Keys April 3.-A large dele- car to overturn on the highway: u the Luke City-Pulatka Short Route ,, l.awtey, suffered aoveru cuts on hti ': round(, (i. C. Hurgess, Cricket Prc-

gation from Cedar (Key motored to blurt distance south ofo1lere\ thai to the entire state. of Florida let him head und arias a broken collar 1 bone, I witt, l). R. Sanders und George E.
Branford on Tuesday to organize a thuI the of Brownie llennctt, operating a motor ; und other body bruises. when thu I
i iirooker road intersects with take a ruler und lay it on map Wnlir, officials of Nassau. county,
company to operate a bout line from I stale load. Besides Mr. Wolf son, the suite. and they will see that thm vehicle while under influence of Ford roadster driven by Andersonskidded have been .summoned to appear before

Cedar Key to 1!run ford via the Su- (( there were two women and an infant proposed route is a straight line from liquor. Plead, wuilty. Fined $IUI and I on the wet pavement at the Judge' J. II. Stewart at :It I o'clock p. m.,

wannee river to serve as a feeder to i in the car and with the exception of Luke City to Pultaku and a saving. I ,costs or 60 days in jail. I intersection of Cull street. and the I Tlun-.dny, April HI, to testify in tho

the proposed Cedar Key-New Orleans I I a few cuts and bruises they all escaped to the motorist coming into thu stutu Ivey Thompson operating a motor' highway !Monday afternoon. Tho Hrovvn-Green; congressional. contested

steamship line. There they were met I injury. The top of thu car was from the west and central west byway vehicle wink under intluunco of II-I Ford, which was being driven at an election 'use. The dispute, it is stated
by a delegation from Live Oak. rii'iul Fined $100 and excessive> rate IIf .speed mrordliiK o .
i completely demolished the windshield of Lake City and going to Control <1 our truilty. is bused upon alleged irregularities/
Brandford turned out enmasse and iinushcd the steering wheel was Florida, Southern Florida or the mists. and license.1. revoked for a I"r-I rye witnesses, could not make the in tile lust general election In which MtR

proved to be royal hosts and a group |I snapped off and other damage done East Coast. of ut leant seventy miles. mail of six months.. Thu ownership of turn into Call street und hit I ho curbing i O. Hrown, of Bradford county, !91!'III

of live wire far-seeing people. Mayor. to the fenders and running gear.: Then if he will drive over the proposed the car operated by Thompson is in I' on the opposite able of Cull street I the 1 Republican candidate for congress

Frank George was chairman of the I Mr. Wolf son stated that he had route he will see that it opens up doubt, as the defendant was unable to I with terrific force, throwing the from the second district, was defeated .

meeting. After short speeches by taken a child to thu state hospital u section. of the state that olfers to tell where and when ho obtained tho I I'lIut0Il10blle. chine into the air and making a I\\n-I by R. A. (Green 1>,'mo<,rat. Tho a

Tedder and Sheriff W. 11. Lyle, of ,I near Gainesville for treatment und the investor possibilities second to I' Comptroller Amos was Vletcturn before landed on its hearing will take place in the ofllce of

Live Oak W. M. Fowler George T. : this worried him to the extent that none found in the entire state. advised of the revocation of license I Mr. inkms l who stated he had Judge Stewart in the Nassau county

Lewis and Major M. J. Nash all of I II he failed to observe the curve in the For a number of years good road ,: and ownership of the vehicle will be been picked up at l.awtey to iro to court house.

Cedar Key and others a $100,000 I roud and before he knew it the car boosters in Florida have been asking established. through his ofllce. I Hampton and buck with !Mr. Anderson -- -- -

company was organized and $20,000 had crossed the road and was going that this road 1 be built but it was not I Robert Jackson, operating a motor was removed from the wreckage I NKWSFrlVMSIIIP OItl.KN'tII:\ KF:1'r:

of the stock was subscribed In fifteen' down thu embankment into the ditch. until a meeting was held in Luke Butler I I vehicle while under. influence of H-I and taken to the olllco of Dr. Higgs, LINK: EI''tiS:: '

minutes. I At this point the embankment was about a month ago and the Luke' quor.\ Plead not guilty. Jury composed -'where he was given, m..liclliulte..tiun. A FACT OF =NEAR" ; .FUTUHKUonld 1
W. M. Fowler of Cedar Key was' not steep and a wide shallow ditch City-Pulatka. Short Route Association : of Messrs. !1.. Crawford W. S. The machine was righted,/ and Anderson -

elected president of the new company I would have allowed time to stop with- was formed that anything definite Knabb, L. I.. Johns, C. C. Johns W. assisted to till! ground. Sheriff i Menu I Radical Reduction( In. A!

and A. 11. Ware of Branford secre- out injury, as he was driving slow towards getting this road built, was .1. lioberson, W. II. Smith, found defendant F.pperson: mid lIeputylllig.lt'n.\ who ,
tary-treasurer. Boat construction I had he not attempted to bring the car done. At this meeting the association not guilty alt charged. Kvidenoo were among the first to reach the I Frciubl liates \\ ilh I Great; Snv-/ 1.

will be begun at once. Cruising over buck on the road. In cutting the front was formed with about a hundred submitted was not sufficient to scent, ,placed him under arrest whenit I big to (" 'ntrlll Florida. }

the classic water of the Suwannee I wheels to climb back the car overturned members, K. S. Matthews. raili prove defendant was under influenceof was. seen he was in an intoxicated -, -
f river through the waves of the Gulf I In the ditch with all four cad 1 commissioner WillS elected chairman liquor) while operating the vehicle I timdition und a partly emptied bottle I A fitenmship. line direct from New :

of Mexico to the Island City where wheels! in the air. of the association Phil Bailey, Allen Mizell, reckless driving wits found. I Orleans' to ,Cednr Key, bringing extensive ,

countless keys lift their fronded and five directors of execu- plead Fined and costs Mr. Anderson was arraigned in freight rate reductions not
I 'j, he car was brought to the Ford' secretary, KUilty. $10 or only for tho. little Gulf port hut theentire
in will be realty. I court 11
Tuesday morning
palms air soon a Garage for and the party tive conimittuemun were appointed.' lie days. county judge's -
repairs centnil. section 1 of Florida, Isno i
Floridians and turlsts will be keen to continued on their way to Jacksonville Since then weekly meetings have been Hob ,Jackson petit larceny. Plead \ on the charge of operating a motor I.'
longer dteani of the fur distant ,
take advantage of such a trip in modern by train held. The membership in the association not iruilty. Jury found. defendant not vehicle while under tho influence u
surrounded by nil the comforts 'I of He guilty to the future, !but within a comparativelyshort
yachts numbers several thousand enthusiastic guilty and. ho was discharged. liquor. ,plead I
I, of the ocean liner.LawJ.ivers. DID NOT:' I'A'Ol' ( DAMAliKAir. ( : boosters. Ralph Itisbcc, breaking and enter charge and was hued $100) 'and costs time will be un actuality according -
to l;. T. who with W.M. .
I Lewis
: ---- and his license revoked for a llt'rl..d'oC
ing. I'load gushy to petit
T. N. Limbuugh of Lakeland, 1'1.11of Short Itoute. i per- six months. 1 Flower prominent flnunclul\ genius -
Committed .In. reform school fur
The proposed route will start at
I is I the. Florida
developing seaport:
Defy who spent the latter part of the past iod of two I
Luke Columbia andpuss yours
week here with his family called at City in county J. G. Kin rd, operating car without RESOLfllON( : ) ; OF In'111'111 \' town into whit promises to be tho
through Union Bradford, Clay
Human Nature the Telegraph office Saturday and ---- i beauty spot of the .slate.
and Putnam counties. The general license. Plead nuilty. Fined $10 andcosts lI..... Jesse Jhunsim, President.
Hiked that the paper correct the report Arrangements have been mode by
or 30
days I
public whole does not realize the
"" a Pro-Tern of the Pnliitku-Luku City
to the effect that Mr. Nat Williams Cedar Key and Now Orleans! business -
Not Even Ten Commandment Can wonderful territory this new road J. XV Allen operating car without Hood RoudH Association
I interest thu of .
had nettle for damages for formation
agrued to aturporuliwi
lie Unforced Says Former will open up. The farm lands of Columbia license. Plead KUilty. Fined $10 and We, your commitu-u on resolutions
done to his car. Mr. Limbaugh'acar to purchase and operate
Senator. was damaged m a collision with Union Bradford! and Clay costs. or :10 days In jail.Clayton !. of sympathy, bog leave to present. the I at least one freight vessel betweenthe
counties cannot bo excelled In any Howell, removing property following resolution. relative to thu
Mr. Williams' : two the first to bu
cur on I"riday.larch ports trip
of the United Status. for general under lion out of Prosecution
part county. death of the duughtor of our esteemed
Americans are more lawriddenthan 13th, and Mr. Williams plead guilty made, within the next two or three
and this road is withdrawn und defendant
as as re president, Hon. E. 8. Matthews of.Slnrko
before Peck to the of months Further plans cull for the
the Russians under the czars or Mayor charge operation
opened it will run through one leased. I
the said driving while under thu influence of up of a freight line the. Su-
the Turks under sultana up
tine farm after another. The west Clayton Howell, petit larceny. / : :;, on the I II)1st day of
former Senator Bevcridge, of Indiana intoxicating liquor. wallow' River as far us Bradford,
end of Putnam through which Prosecution. withdrawn und defendant I
< county und
A. 1). the
March 1U25 great supreme
at a dinner in New York City; commemorating Mr. Limbaugh stated that Mr. Williams I thus. reopening. what. was. once an Important t
this road is of the released.
passes, one prettiest ruler of the Universe in His
the one hundred andtwentyfourth had declined to make good the line. of navigation In control
4 t sections. of tho entire state with
I' infinite wisdom. removed from this
John damage and that all Florida
of in probabilityhe
: anniversary its high hills, and, beautiful lakes. earth Mrs. Jeannette M. Brown, the I
Marshall's appointment as chief jUs- would take the case to a higher When the road Is finished this section LEO CAVOVA WINS daughter of our esteemed president, A mass meeting has been called by
tice of the court. court: under the provisions of the act Drunford, live Oak .und Luke Citycitizens
supreme will be the show spot of Florida besides IN VOCAL CONTEST K. S. Matthews. and brought sorrow. I
a Mr. Beveridge asserted that the which provides for prosecution of a the east end of Putnam I to bo held. at the former 1'
county nod, grief into his homo as well as toj
United States is over-burdened by person driving/ under the influence of I --- / town on the banks of thu historic r
I contains some of the finest farmlands .
the community ut large, and\ i it is j
federal, state and local legislation. liquor, where damage to persons or to be found in the entire Jacksonville April I.--Leo ', Suwannee in nn earnest effort to In-
canlJvlI'j eminently bulitting that we record
: Administration of the laws he said property is done.Jacksonville. try-.around Floralhome, Grandin and barton, pupil of Lyman P. usteemud. auirurutn n freight and passenger "
our' deep mpathy for our
head of the vocal |
I has become "Peremptory insolent \ Putnam department) I hoe between there and Cedar Key.
Hall find muck land that
you president I':. S. Matthews. .
and autocratic," until officials have Officials equals the wonderful MississippiDelta .Jacksonville College of Music was Mr. Lewis mid :Mr. Fowler together
become vexatious tyrants and citizens and all that this section needsi the winner in the senior contest of THEREFORE: !: UK: IT RESOLVED; ; : with nl her prominent cltiiiens of

'lit have become cringing subjects. Visit Kingsley Lake make it a paradise is a road for the State; .Federation, of Music Clubs I First That we, as an association! Cedar Key, IlranfonJ and Live Oak

"The nation and every state are people i'I to and the held in $t. Petersburg lust Friday. I I .sincerely doploru the lost of the be. will speak to the gathering.According .
pass over ace possibilities -
.. well-night smothered with multitudes Judge Lonnie Howell, Chief of that arc offered.IIKADFOKD Mr. ('"novu. who is well known to loved daughter/ of our president and to Mr. Lewis. und Mr.\

': of laws" said the speaker. "No hu- Police A. J. Koborts, Sgt. Francis y local music lovers, received his early j thut the sudden removal of such a Fowler HIM Seaboard Hallway( operating

.... man being knows even how many Smith, Detectives Sherman Camion I.F.CISLATOUS; training under the direction of Mr. lifo from thin earth leaves u shadow i in "Cellar Key has promised cooperation -

'r statutes are hidden within the for- and A. I}. Canova, of the Jacksonville l OFF 'f 0 CAPITOL Prior. He later won a sear's scholarship and n vacancy that will bo deeply I in handling freight to In

,; bidding covers of the thousands of police force, were in :Slarku: ) 'at Cincinnati "Conservatory of roali/.od. by her friends and loved brought, In by the ,prrpnsul I stennuhlp

volumes that contain the acts of congress Starke Wednesday 1 of last week and 1 Senator I). 1-:: Knight, of Starke, ;Music mid wan chosen to sing roles ones, and a .serious. loss tn her home. I i service. and has made plans for extension -

and the legislatures. No human were entertained at u fish supper, on and Representatives: K. Jt. Johns. of with the Cincinnati: Zoo Opera Com- I Second, Thnt we, us tin association !, nol, betterment of their present -

being knows even the number of city Kingsley. lake by Paul t;. Canova Sturke; and W. O. DuV'tllof' Liwti-y, pany. :Since\ returning/ .. Jacksonvillelust d.. extend to our esteemed president'our service to Coder Key. SUI'J. .

ordinances, much less the purport of Sr. In addition to the visitors the !left first part of this week to take up your, Mr. Cnnuvn has continued sincere" sympathy, ns well us tot I operation of tho null trannporlut online .r.

them. following Starke citizens were pres- their duties in the si-ite legislature, his work with Mr. Prior and is now I the hereuvuil relatives of the ducoall-I with the aid of railroads in the ,

"Thu country would be better olr if, ent: Messrs. E. E. Canova, J. M. Alvarez which convened Tuesday. Bradford preparing a recital program, which ed, us we express a hope to district will bo of great benefit to

for every new law passed an old law E. E. Canova, Jr., Julian Ca- county's interests will be ably looked will be !given in the recital hall of the I oven so great a loss may bo overruledfor Gainesville und other. central Florida

were repealed. We complain of law- nova A. 11. Johns, J. E. Corpening. I utter by these ::: =iitcineii.FINK College: of Music Nome time in May. good by Him who knows all I I cities in which freight; "rules. are now 0

lessness but is not excess legislation The visitors were pleased with -ANiri UfAHAGAS The accompaniments. for Mr. Canovaure things well. .lei lured to ho almost prohibitive. I
I a basic cause of lawlessness? Kingsley lake this being their tint TURNIPS < played by his hter, Miss\ Anna I Third That a copy of. llieno resolutions -

How can anybody obey every law trip to that beautiful lake resort andas I P. II. Neal ot Theressa brought to Cunova, who is well known as a bu spread, upon. the. records of | CAUI( ) OF riHANKS"
a large number of black bans were ist. this association. u copy. bo forwarded j''
when knows .
nobody many the Telegraph of lice this week a tur- We wish. to thank our friends an.l
caught by the fishermen the Pll1n-1 to our bereaved president and a copy
there ore or what they command or supper nip weighing 7 1.2 pounds and a rutabaga neighbors. for their kindness and
forbid? was a treat to the entire party. The weighing 12 pounds. Bradford Mrs Annie 51. Richard. Mrs. be printed in thu Bradford County sympathy, during tho sickness anti,

"It has come to pass that the mass return trip to Jacksonville was madeat farmers are continually showing :Norman'/ > and Morgan Richard who Telegraph at Starku Honda. death. of our. loved one, Mrs. U. V.JYIII. ,

f of American legislation is restrictive. ten o'clock. I what can be produced in our county have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.: I Respectfully submitted \ .

We boast that ours is the land of A CAKD and their products are receiving :S. Matthews., left Sunday afternoon O.. 51.J. INMAN.F. FKRNHIDE.: : David Dynl, Russell Dyal and Mrs

I liberty yet the American people are state-wide mention through the presx. for their home in Jacksonville J. II. Saxon;
by law forbidden to do more things We wish to express our deep and I F. M. WALRATil.UNE. .

and ordered to do more things than lasting gratitude to our friends for -:'- --:.\RMM- -/-- >-LI-"-p,-\-l'EIfSWednesday -- Mrs J. 51. Tharln Mrs. Event!! l

was the case in Russia under the their kindly ministrations and tender I Rurrctt, Miss Sara \Davis and Henry t

1" czars or Turkey under the sultans.! messages of condolence and sympathy while olucl.ncian, i were Messer of Madison spent Sunday as

The number of laws and the "whim- in the great sorrow that has be- at work on the res,idem,a of S, II. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell E\-
Did You Ever To Think?
sical and urbitary enforcement of fallen us. For her who sleeps we I I Stop Johns, which in undoriroiru, repai-s.

them"are in definance of human nature wish to bear to you a message of love : u number of old "paper, < eru taken least Idea; that it would enormously

I. and the spirit of free institutions and appreciation for the chaste and I THAT everyone should' get the boosting, spirit. from between the volts Ti.f\ these J nc reuse clandestine drinking anl

said Mr. Beveridge. beautiful flowers. under______ which she wore brought to thu Telegraph office I make tens ut thousands. of hypocrite
"Some of the Ten Commandments was laid to rest. To we who bent THAT a city rises and fails: with its commercial en- and weru found to be the New York we have not the slightest, doubt. We .

have been put on our statute booksas knew the beauty of her character and terprises. Weekly Witness ,.f June I, IH'JO: an.11 l i have no wish to see this common., i

they should be," he continued. the strength of her love for her THAT the city that gets! ahead i3 i the city that gets "Printer Ink," a journal for advertisers -'I wealth demoralized by the existence. .

"But others can not be legislated or friends these tokens were singularly back of its commercial enterprises. dated February 12, IH'JO. Doth lot u fundamental law which is either

enforced by any device of human gov- expressive and sweet.E. THAT they should give the same support to the industries weru in an excellent state of preservation : openly or"covertly dolled and held in
You force children to thu not become contempt. It further carried the
ernment. cannot S. Matthews and Family. paper having .
they now have as they are willing to
revere parents; you cannot prevent Marcus F." Drown. yellowed and brittle from ago, and. startling news of "a new departure ia ,
covetousness or create altruisticlove. promise' new ones. the print being clear and distinct. street curs In England l drlvon by "

I ( .\ ISnSE'IiS'I'IiUELL: : :' THAT friendly co-operation on the part of all does The Weekly Witness, came I an account compressed air."

"The sermon on the Mount is the I : much to make better business and a better city. of the Prohibition Amendment "Printers' Ink" carries an interview t
Mr. J. I. Carstensen and Miss Gertrude
final word in moral duty and noble' Swindell, were married April THAT every improvement made in a city benefits all. Convention held at Syracuse to pro- with the advertising, manager of
living yet there is not a line of it that I pare for the campaign to enl in apopular Itogurx, Puot. & Co., of New York \
7th, at the home of Judge' Gardiner THAT the better city becomes the more valuable
can be put into human law with a I the vote the following/ April. The 1 City, wherein he saYIVe were the< t
policeman behind it. But the preacher judge property becomes. writer of the article, which was taken first firm to introduce the use of outline e
Miss Swindell
is a daughter of :Mr.
e if he is on the job can put into the and Mrs. Owen Swindell, of Theressa. THAT hard-times can't last' forev- *itfier can from the Tribune must have been cuts in newspapers. Thy succeeded -

souls of men that which legislators Mr. Carstenien is manager of the prosperity. Some cities hit a happy medium by gifted with prophetic sight ax to so well that. .wu trade theta a. \

I cannot. The church cannot abdicate electrical plant at Keystone Heights planning to have a healthy, steady growth and what the result! of the prohibition regular feature They are expensive

Its mission and assume the task of at which place they will make their carrying out that plan. law would be in his state as hu add/i: because, besides their cost the
t the state without ruining both." "If the amendment la adopted wo papers charge: don Mo rates. for the)
home. THAT talk is the most expensive! commodity that
t The speaker suggested that "we shall hope to see it enforced but because space they occupy. The cuts: were
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some people are willing to throw in toward the
get rid of this abnormal state of Mrs. L. A. Reynolds, of Loulaburg we do not believe that it willor i worth much more than they cost as
betterment of their
1 mind; overthrow the idolatry of legt N. C., came :Monday to visit her mother. community. can be enforced In many parts of an advertisement." The cape overcoat
Islatlon; recover from the debauch in Mrs. Elizabeth Johns. TREAE is a lot of unjust and uncalled for Criticism the state and particularly: in this '' was Illustrated in this magazine and

which we have been revelling." And running loose in every city which should be city, WI should regret to see it obtaina while it might have been a "gracs/ul' \

the penalty for not taking the remedy ing our liberties and making ourselves tied up. majority of the votes cast next garment" :35 years UKO, it would go

would be "we the people, strangledby the slaves, rather than the masters I April. That it would diminish drinking well) with the bell-bottom trousers of

autocratic regulations, surrender- 1 of the state." J in New York we. have- not the today-in looks at least.

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l "You're a perfect-lamb, Ellie to I I The Ford totor Company has add-
t 'I' want to get me out of this and after ed a stake body to its one ton truck
t, d i father has been home a few days 'equipment and distribution has begun
+ a 1 Dr. Gray will probably be glad to through the dealer organization, it is
have me leave as he still thinks I announced.
i need a change." I Introduction of the stake body follows -
: "How is your father?" asked Ellie. that of the popular all steel cab A\ V
"In fine shape again, bless his and body brought out some time ago
I heart, but I know he is going to wonder for which there has been a constantly _
what made Curtiss clear out." increasing demand. _
"There you go worrying about him The new body not only meets many
again Sallie, it's so unlike you to be commercial requirements, but also is ''STh
on this side of the fence. It's usually designed to fill the need of the farmer
i// that string of suitors you keep intact or truck gardener in handling his
who go in for the worrying game. i products. In addition to the stake ,
Snap out of It If Curtiss Wright sides, provision has been made so that 1 i 1 t 1
+?' -; doesn't like your own attractive self I cattle or grain sides may also be used, T
and prefers Anne Coddington who is making the body one of wide utility. 1
positively drab, you should get a The body may be used in combina- 7
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permanent frown." tion with the all-steel cab. Stakes,
"Ellie I wish I could take life as which are easily removable, permit a .
you do. I used to be able to until I platform truck of good proportions. I ,\
met him. lIe makes me see how Except for floor and rack boards,
worthless we are." I sighed. which are constructed from especially -
Ellie reached for a fresh cigarette, seasoned wood, the body is all ,
tapped it on the back of her daintily steel. The floor space is five feet wide
manicured hand, opened her mouth to I and eight feet, two inches long, sides I
reply and then became silent again. rise twenty-six inches above the f
"What's your philosophy, sport?" boor.
I asked. Hacks are in five sections, two on
"It's this way, I thing, Sallie," her either side and one at the rear. The
voice took on a more serious tone, sections are held together with sturdy
Ii "decide first what it takes to give steel stakes, ends of which fit snugly
you the most happiness in life. If into sockets cut into the outer steel I
i your conscience is geared to the pitch frame of the platform. Special con-
where you have to walk the straightand nections hold the sections into a rigid
narrow every minute to make body of exceptional strength and du
things square when you're face to rability. times---
hope---I all for better !
face with yourself, then walk it by hope
all moans, me dear, but-" she tappedthe CONGRESSMAN: : GREENE II IIA
ashes from her cigarette, regarded VISITOR IN LIVE OAK more pay and comfortable success. It is ours for the
it thoughtfully and smiling like
Peter Pan, continued her remarks, lIon. It. A. Greene, of Starke, con-
,, "on the other hand, if you have figured gressman from the Second Congressional making---and right here in Starke.
out that your conscience will District of Florida, was a visitor -
stand the things that give you the in Live Oak !Monday, having come
sort of happiness you want, then- for the pupose of taking testimony
disregard all traffic signalls and sail before County Judge Leslie, in the Perhaps we all pride ovrselves on our loyalty-but do
1 ahead." case of 11. O. Brown, Republican
I "I don't think I do nominee, who is contesting the election '
I mean" get you, you of !Mr. Greene, claiming fraud. we practice it? Civic loyalty is more than a mere

"Just this, Sallie, I take what bit Among/ the witnesses examined were:
of bubbly, thrilling joyousness each J. W. Bryson, Circuit ClerkY.. L. boasting of present assets. It is in the daily active
day holds forth. I must have excite Rogers, Chairman of the board of
ment to make me feel alive. You're County Commissioners, C. M.\ Bailey
different. You're always puzzling Supervisor, and, J. P. Hutch, clerk of support our public and business and institutionsso -
1 your pretty head over problems of the election: and no evidences of t
right and wrong. That takes all the fraud or irregularities were found in that they may develop and
kick out of the wine. For instance, ]I the election returns of Suwannee
don't want to get married. In the first county.Mr. .
place, I've seen too much of this luke Green was accompanied by I .. ...
warm affection and mental stagnation Col. A. Z. Adkins, a prominent attorney A community thrives and grows as its business insti-
among our own little crowd. Why of Starke, and a social visitor to I
1 : would I be any different/ from all the the Democrat olllce which was appreciated -
j. lovely girls who have ceased to amuseor even though, ye editors were I tutions grow. As a successful business is developed,
be amused?" she laughed. absent.-Live Oak Democrat.In .

I I I asked"But. ,don't rather you amazed want babies at her, Ellie viewpoint ?"- an-endeavor--- to save resistant I I it throws its prosperity right back into the life and

f i for, while I knew Ellie was ultra chestnut trees from the ravages of a''
I modern in her ideas, it was startling blight which is spreading steadilyover development of the community.If .
the and
country exterminatingthe
I to her them actually voiced.
I "Not if they have to be parked on i American chestnut as it goes, the II
United States Bureau of Plant In-
;, arrival other people was announced.as I've been" since my dustry is making a survey to locate' we send or take the money we earn here in Starketo
'. these resistant trees that
so protective -
surely you are not an "
I advocate of free love?" measures may be applied and experimental
'I "No," she hunted for the next work done. Trees that I other business centers for trading, pleasure or in-
have resisted this blight for 10
words, "I never got quite to that until years
1 1 I fell for the wiles of a distracting or more for should study. be reported to the bureau -I vestment-we cannot expect our community to grow
1 Lothario who couldn't, be led to the

i altar in chains." I Working a horse immediately after I increase in value-nor
\. "Too bad," I thought, Ellie had it has eaten may cause colic. -our property can we expect -
probably fallen In love with one of I
the many men in our set who bIked mentioned marriage, I noticed she our earning powers here to be greater.It .
at matrimony and its ties brightened perceptibly and there was i

,I "Well, what are you going to do?" an eager light in her eyes. 'I
If I were judge of human
I asked. any nature
"I'm not going to enter a convent Ellie wanted to get married for ) I is an every-day job for you, for me, for all of us to
and try to kill my infatuation with some reason, the suitor of whom she
fasting and l prayers." iiul spoken, did not. in the little of
"Ellie" I went over and sat beside (To be continued) practice loyalty simple acts buying all

v her on the chaise lounge. "This isn't
f like you. You know you'd ten times 'rsm'r'- 9 our goods in Starke. Patronize home merchants and
I I. rather be nmrried than- think how Hello Dadi y-doftfoi

( man awful isn't it'll married be when to you're you, he'll old..! never If a ryfrr R5".g.'ewi home industries and soon we ;will; all share in the R1

", stick." 3 ( V"wn>> *R"Yw.-J!rS'- '- -
.j Sli.i a pickajjs|
"And if ho is married she was .' your pocket when prosperity which is ours if we develop it.
o cynical and shrugged' her shoulder y you ho home toOlv -
\> \ with a bitter little laugh. 1 nt hf.

: Again I asked her, "What are you the youngster!
going. to do about it?" 1M.lrhoteaone bn
,- ., "Why should I worry?" she de lasting :aweet :for "
i manded. "With I '! d .
mother and dad p'esur *> bcsttit.VM
(f\.[ chasing all over the world, I have r I
I l. i absolute freedom of the house, One This Week --- Every Week
.; ''f';. gets damnably lonesome" with nofamily It'yoorMtf after I
j w or anyone to care.
'i i',; 1"( I patted her' but she drew away. molting 4 or.. YrhrnWorkdr lisa I
"Ellie, this man has forced his dis- gre at litU. w.1I.-./ I
t torted views on you. You never felt "
J ", like this before"
"Well what if he has?" she flashed j. w. :MORGAN BRADFORD COUNTY BANK .1. M.: D\RBY
.. back "1'11ettin/( along' pretty WMLBSrskhwal Dry Good Banking Groceries
I 'S' \ F. A. SCOTT
I ip<' well. We're planning a wonderful STAIIKE BAKERY J. M. :MITCHELL .
I t time down South." Breads I Drug* Druiri
mean he'll be there? I asked -
J. E.

I "You don't think I'd be all popped :Meats C. L. PEEK & SON Drug
I. up over the prospect of rushing DEWITT C. JONESHardware Real Estate F. C. HOLLINGSWORTH
I.( Around to a bunch of dunces and I STERN'S GARAGE Shoe RepairingBENNETT
: cal'I Garage GROCERY CO.
aaaasrs. ,aa v I (Groceries HULL'S STORE Groceries
1 ."Who ever it Is I think he's a cad!" Fertilizers S. R. JOHNS
I cried, "taking advantage of you ..\ TONIC T. & P. GROCERY STORES J. F. KICK LITER FeedsHEMINGWAY'S
Just. because" your mother and fatherare drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores Groceries. Seedy :MARKETMeats
I away. Energy and Vitality VARIETY :MEAT MARKET :
by Purifying and FRED F. STUMP
"But, Sallie the
even qualms of J. ALVAREZ:
conscience Enriching the Dlood. When you feel Its :Meats Dry Goods
# aren't as bad as being Clothing
str,+,t.it.ei.iiitl., iarir;:orating effect, see how
r neglected Delicate attention and a : BANK OF STARKE J. W. ANDREWS, JR. J. R. DAVIS & CO.
perfect lover aren't so dusty after all, i it brln; besides. ," she added. "there's always I it improves the appetite, you will then
a distant chance of wedding bells. if appreciate Its truo tonic value.
that eases your puritanical mind." Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic U simply
a She spoke liirhtly but whe she Iron and Quinine suspended, in svrup. So
pleasant wen children like It. The Mood
Piles; Cured In 6 to 14 Day needs QUIVVt: ) Purify It and INOlto;/ l :-S2S2SHS2S2525aS25ES25eS25HS252SHSH5ZSZSESH525aSZS2SES25ZS Se"PAGE 57674576767576767 L767S"-- ,-
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+' :::. .
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H LI's CATAnun al.-IYrt win a
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph tfo what we claim fnr It-i 'i- frytt','n
CftTArrh or iafnet-v ( "red v
_,. ,... ...ww. ,'.aw+a.ws..w -r..w..e".r.uw, r. .w.nu., ;lof CatarrhH
......'. CATARHII MKDiriNN eon-
Age Should: lie II Not
\ Live State News nlntji of the an catarrhal nft'I:: :;' tI QulchrRelievea n,I nml Tlie of Sick.H a ? )J"iniT.-rlnc; !- a

L. { n v. Internal M..dlrlne./ a Tonic, whlrh
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tit through the Blood nn the MurausVurfni
., -.- .<... thus restoring. normal condlI -
I .iornBolil Too loamy {pe iplo be :' > !Ter at
hr rtrn irt tB for over0 Pears middle age with c, nsti:nt hiu-kacha. t1
Told Our &
by Exchange *-. j. Cheney 4t Co.. Toledo Ohio.
urinary' ills n-id rheumatic: pains and
aches. Weak kidneys are u-ua'ly' the

cause al111, if neglected, there i danger

Sebring-A movement has been set I $174,000. The portion sold was givenby TORNADO KILLS of hardened arteries dropsy, (travel
of Bright a disease. your weakened
on foot to secure a hospital for theridge Lakeland ns an investment park .
THREE INJURES MANY kidneys; with a stimu.ant: ; diuretic
suction of Florida. for locating the college here and cost ,
i before k dnvy! disease! ffts a llrm IK:Id I
the city $10,000 four years ago. It NEAR MIAMI SUNDAYFour I Use Deans Pills. Thousand of old
l\Iiami-Dul1ding permits issued lies within the city limits and will be folks recommend Doan'i. 1

here during the month of March ag-/ ''I developed into a beautiful subdivi Here is Stnrke proof: I
gretated 2603000. This represented sion. Hundred Made Homeless: and L. H. Eastman, ret.red' tra.elln.

317 different projects. Damage Estimated at !More man, Main :t., buys : "I 1 had trouble BAYER ASPIRIN"and INSIST !
I : with kidneys. There woe soreness -
I TallahasBee-'lor is the only I 'Ih.in $100,1100. my
Belle M. F. lloisclair of state in the Union which does not acrosH my Dock and I fe't: pretty
La Fort
hitless "
; IIi '
I I lame. I sr :ifercd with severe'ins: In : \ou! >: 111.\1' t. .r.' : : \mi t ihk-ls' ,:um ;nronu
Denuud, and Thomas O'Brien, Clew- have a veterinary practice law which :=
:\lIa 5. Three Donn's '
1111 April persons head, Uio. Pil'ji he'pedme
iston, were indicted here for alleged establishes a veterinary board for were killed and twenty-three injured from" the start. Ono box 1.1 Oean's (not iMtni. tll<' :.: : ; Miler'': Ainn pi < \L\l> xHeadiulu

irregularities in office. They are Hen- examining and Issuing licenses to I cured me." by millions\ : l
I three seriously this afternoon when ;.UK l [ JM\ >. I i.lvj. K pluMCians 24 for
dry county commissioners. qualified veterinarians to practice in a tornado struck the White Belt Price f 1\11"\' '. at ni:: "' ale: ." Don't years

the state, according to Dr. J. V. simply a. ', : :r a idmy 1''II'l"'y-It'C
Dairy, located about six miles west ,
Daytona-A no-fence law, prohibiting i!i Knapp, state veterinarian. "Any one I II Doan I l'iU,!' th,- -.IP--! t'it' Mr. Colds -
I of Miami. Westwoud Inn, u roadhouse | Eastman hn'\i .Fnstcr-Sul: urn Co :
cattle from grazing at large will can hang out his shingle and start
I 1: near Little Kivur, and continuing Mfr, Bui.N.:- Y.
be proposed to the next legislature practicing veterinary medicine in -
by various chambers of commerce Florida," said Or. Knapp. ,' northeastward". demolished. about I I :, Pain Neural :\i,1\
houses. three
u Hundred to four
and other organizations throughout I T1IK HOSI'ir.VI.lTY ATI
this county. I|I St. l'eterBburg-ll1egal operationsby I hundred persons are homeless. I KKVSTONK: : EIGHTS: I s r t u X Toothache l.un'i-! .II
After <
"' medical practitioners without licenses crossing a canal ut Hialeah,

Tallahassee Gordon Mays, judge I are to bu cleaned up in Floridaif I the great funnel-shaped cloud lifted Last Friday afternoon the newspaper -'

of DeSoto county court, has been the aim of Dr. J. D. Kaborn, member and then crushed down on the WhiteI men in annual session at Gainesville I e _,tiarQellt- Neuritis l Rheum in. rl;,

designated by Governor Martin to I i of the state board of medical ex- j:I Belt Dairy, two miles away, com- weru guests at sightseeing, dinner ] 1B t/, r

preside in Glades county court beginning aminern, is achieved. Dr. Kaborn has ;< plutely demolishing six buildings, and other pleasantries at Key J
April 14 in the!: trial of several I started an Investigation here and has 'I fatally injuring Mrs. Mathilda stone Heights. I Accept only Raver" package: : which contains proven li'nvc'.ini\ !:'-,.

cases in which Judge E. C. Horne is I[1 also placed the matter before the';, Schultz, 70, and injuring a number of Nothing was left undone by the I Handy' "Haver" loxen, of 12 tablet*-Also boatel.. of 21 lull IO(>- nruK.t".

disqualified. board, declaring that he hopes to employes of the dairy. widu-awuko town folk at this famous Afplrln ,I. 'tho tratlo mart of Darer Muiufaitur of Mimaae..tlcarhli.Mi, >r ..r aaI| e.lr.rbl, t
I clean up all illegal practice in St.I I I Sweeping in between two build1 resort to show the members of the \

Bartow-The Chamber of Com. Petersburg' and then to take steps to ,1 ings, the foot of the tornado gather 1 Fourth Estato a trood time. Thoso I "I
merce will hold a meeting here for spread the campaign over the state. : ed up four small dwellings, a large who attended. were"carrled away with 25; cents additional (postage on each livered for a charge of 3 cents in addition .

the purpose of talking over plans for I garage-apartment and the mess hall the place and many favorable com- i parcel, all to be fully prepaid by''j I to the regular postage plus the>>
constructing a $100,000 hotel herewith Tallahassee-K. A. Hankinson is of the dairy and piled them all in a ments were madu on the beauty of stumps( nlllxecl. Such parcels should registration! Leo

W. P. Franklin, of Fort Myers, I the president and principal owner of ,i I twisted, jumbled muss in thu center I the place, the hospitality of the }IeoI bo (prominently !indorsed by tho sendor I I' "1.1. To produce special livery I

who has taken over the Hotel Oaks the new Miami Motor :Speedway Association I''lof, the group. The cone of wind played I pie and the unusually bright future "special handling," preferably In on parcels weighing more than :2

and plans to remodel and add to it. a charter for which has about the dairy for about u minute 'of Keystone Heights. : the space immediately below. tho (postage !', pounds and less than 10 pound, (

West Palm Beach-Police just been granted by the secretary i i j'and''I then crossed the road to thu eust. I This resort bids lair to being one stamps and above the address. tamps of the value of 15 cents shall
beganan of It is estimated that thu
The association
state. la at
I of the states most famous. All the Thin "special handling"! means only be affixed. On parcels I weighing more .
of the $
investigation of the robbery rated for dairy will exceed Besides II ;I :
$300,000, divided into five ''the i|I $100,000. .
home of Arthur Sheridan New York natural beauty and rolling landscapewill that the mail will bo bundled through than 10 pounds, 20 cent .
thousand shares of stock the cost of the buildings the
preferred ,
I i I, make that so. Facilities for boating : service as first class nuiil./ To get I
real estate auctioneer. The thieves valued at $100 a share, and ten peisonul effects of the 75 to 80 persons ;: "I r). The fees fAr collect on) delivery 'l4
obtained $1,000 in loot. Several\ other'' sand shares of common stock thou-I no !'I whose homes were destroyed and I bathing and fishing are unsurpassed special handling on arrival will require (C. O. l l.) service will lie 12 j.;

places in Palm Beach also were rob- the extent of in Florida. The management special delivery stamps. >II cents for collections not to exceed
value. The
par other officers of the the damage to cows and
association -
bed. I I plans to have many forms of amuse I I "7. Thu permissible, written additions ; in cents for collodions! not to
j material could
are listed as J. M. Walker, not be estimated to- I ment which will last the year round.! to mail of thu third and fourth
night. exceed" $M); :2!!fi cents for collections it itUOj
Avon Park-A second edition of vice-president and treasurer, and ''I Thu large pavilion furnishes an ideal classes, respectively, may be plurodon nut to exceed $100.I 1-

Mountain Lake, the exclusive colony() Williumlt.\ Jessie, secretary. Reports: have been received at Miami i dance floor and many dunces are being either third! or fourth clusso mat-1, .
Ii 1(1. !Money order foes will be at
I I Unit rain and
on the side of Iron Mountain near )] severe hull sluruiswee' held there. tor. or on both. '
Tallahassee-Trustees of the internal follows : For! orders not exceeding
Lake Wales i is planned for the shores I felt clung thu Lust:: Coast: of In behalf of the State Press Association -
'j improvement fund have sold. Mondu from Homosieud 1 I "H. tVriHhublo articles of the third $2.:! Til) a fee nf li rents; for order oxcan :>:- .
of Lake Pierce by an Indiana syndi- thirty miles the Sun wishes! to thank J. I Edwin '
class bt forwarded ,returnedrated .
3,000 acres of land in Dade county south of Miami to Fort Lauderdale may .Ifsg $3.li<) and i not exceeding >5, faa
which bought 2,000 fromAUl'u Larson chief developer l). O.
cute, acres ;
ui $60 un acre, or a total of $1'(2,000.\ twenty-live miles to thu north of hcju.i with the postage therefor to be of 7 cents, ; fur orders exceeding $5 .:
t llecksher for approximately Stewart F. S. Babbitt, Mrs. Alary
>! Tlie purchaser was a Miami llrm. The | The storm I 'collected on delivery in the mime manner and( nut exceeding $IO, 10 cunts; far '
I i apparently originatedwest I
half million dollars. Bergin, 51 rim. Charles Clarke, K. M.
a j fourth-claim mnl, !.
I I1liaml11oreth$3OOO I land is located in the southern !part, of of Miami\ about eight miles. It VVnlruth and others who contributed ait perishable orders exceeding, $10 and not oxcoodIntc -
worth of ]I the county, about ten miles northwest swept in a northeasterly direction (I "th!) All mutter sublet tn the in- $20, I 12: cents; for orders. exceeding -
HO bountifully to delightful out
of Homestead. At the sumo/ created' rates .m and after April, in, $20 and not exceeding $10, 15
powdered morphine was taken and I I and passed out to sea about fifteen ing for I lie members of the state
two men and two women were arrested meeting the trustees turned down a'' miles north of here. -(iuinesvillu Sun. I I'jy.'i, must bear the ruiinri| '"d postage. cent. .; fur orders exceeding $ Ir) and

in a raid by federal narcotic :,| large number of offers to purchase I I Hail stones as large us baseballs pre.ss. I 10 The rate of postage on publiI not exceeding $GO, IS I cents, for orders "

agents here. The morphine stored in lands because the prices offered! were 1'were reported along the southern I I I eatioiH entered as second-class\ matter exceeding $110 and not exceeding

:fruit jars and small boxes, was found ||I| considered too low. They agreed how- | fringe of thu center of the storm I Many Changes In | when sent! by others than thoI $MO, 20 cents ; fur orders exceeding

'!'; buried in the front yard and within ,, ever to advertise until they received i, along its path. Some of these were I publisher or Hewn agents, hull be 2 $MO and not exceeding $100, 22 cents.
offers considered worthwhile. cents! for each :'I ounces or fraction A order shall not be Issued! for
of I money
ta, house in the northeast section I solid ice, as clear as crystals of Postoffice Rules
1 thereof, for weight not exceeding 8
I more than $100.
Vista. '
's the city near Buena | quartz. I '
.. 'I I! Clearwater-Clearwater decided to I I In the path of the storm, houses ( I ounces, and for weights. of such matter "You will mite the abovo that In

West Palm Beach-Captain G. L.I incorporate a strip four miles wide I I I were unroofed and debris 1'ostmaster Directs Attention (u NewI exceeding H ounces the rates of some instances/ the rates have boon

, Gray, of this city wants to enter the j I::1 from her eastern city limits to the ''ned to a height of several was hundredI car- I Rates (o Hecome Effective postage prescribed for fourth class increased whilo the rates

'\ prize ring. So anxious: is he to do soI shores of old Tampa bay. The dec I I feet. Arthur I I I matter shall be applicable thereto. have been .... .. atlthe" additional.
1'ryor, bandmaster, who April 13.
;/i (that he has issued a challenge' to aion met the unanimous approval of :]I I lives at HIaleah, west of Miami, near j, "11. The insurance fees on parrel i information cull post olllco."
meet any one of his age for a side a majority of property holders in tho where I ------- post, will bo us follows: 5 cents for In- -- ,
bet of $100. He has just celebratedhis territory affected, when they met !I',|I the storm startud, void that heI Numerous changes in postal rates deminty not to exceed $5; ; 8 eents for Much, will be /gained if a chl1<1's

seventy-ninth birthday. "Tell ] last night with the Clearwater chamber I I I I saw roofs of houses raised 200 and and regulations have been made and indemnity not to exceed $2I>; 10 cents mind Is kept on what it is. to do rutlier .
100 feet
'em I'm a hell of a fellow" he sold of coin me e. This will add seven- j I!I,I The in tho of air.the I become effective April IS. Concerning 1:I for indemnity not to exceed $50; 25 than what it is nut to do.
noise storm fearsome
teen sections of land valued was them, Postmaster Hull has preparedthe
at more for exceed
his cents not
in challenge. indemnity to p pto
:, issuing I i Cleahun I'I he said, similiar to hundreds of following statement for publica-I; $100. It is dilTicult to say which la worse,

West Palm Beach-Two hundred water. Senator John S. Taylor was I cannon being fired simultaneously. 1 tlon: I I II I "12. The fees first class give good feed to scrub cows or to
register /
dollar fine, thirty days in jail and revocation present and agreed to put the necessary I At the White Belt Dairy destruction I "1. The changes: become effective mail will be 15 cents for Indemnity give scrub feed to good cow ;
of his to drive an bill I appeared on every side. Ambulances April 15, 1325. ''
, permit through at Tallahassee. I Ii not to exceed! $50; 20 centn. for Indemnity -
automobile in this city during the |i -- ___ IJacksonville hurried there and carried I i""ii.: There will be no change in thu''I not to exceed $100.I lo Cur a Cold lit Ono Itmf t
1 next six months has been imposed up- '' -!Mrs. Lillie !May Nelson ]- loads of injured to Miami. Twenty- rate of postage/ on government postal Toke AXAIIVK IIIWMt) QUININE (Tahlrt. IfMMPII
;;I 13. A return receipt will bo taken the <.uiiilK ant Mi-ailiii'li'. and wekt nil thn
on E. W. Cook by Judge Harry wound) "d I two injured are at the Jackson Memorial 'cords nor on any other mail of the showing to whom the article was de Culil to: W. .HOVK H na'u"' ,uo.....h boa. :3OO.
her husband. Henry H. Nelson, 39. Hospital and two others at an-
Huuck of municipal court. In passing ; first: ...class. I
other. .
the sentence Judge Hauck declared'he The doh n | "'llie rate on nil other post cardswill

is determined to put a stop to men I! town restaurant, and occasioned con Thousands of automobiles choked be 2 cents each, whether they

driving automobiles here while drunk..I IOkeechobc. sider Nelsable n all roads to the scene of the greatest bear written or printed matter. This

fired five shots at her husband, witnesses i i damage. A number of accidents and 'include 1 all curds within the size for I

..- Sheriff William Collins said, and one shot took effect collisions. were reportud. An ambu- 'post curds, whether or not they bear

of Okeeehobcc county, late Tuesday just above the heart. Attending physicians lance was wrecked in downtown Miami I| thc words "post card" or "private anarpata.. --

captured one of the largest moon- says that Nelson has u chance when it skidded and went over I mulling card." Cards bearing these ARC

shine distilleries ever brought in by i I to recover but that the wound was the sidewalk. words, even though not within the WNY Tiltn NON'' ( THAN A MILLION

an officer in this vicinity. The still was I j' dangerous. Mrs. Nelson at police ; Rain in the city was severe, and I size for pout curds will bu chargeable ,

found I 15; miles north of this city, ands]| headquarters declared that she still this and the crowds seeking to got to with 2 cents postage if wholly or J

had a capacity of 700 gallons. Forty (I loved him, and prayed that he might' I the White Belt Dairy were respon !: partly in writing.

barrels of mash was found near the live, police said. !Mrs. Nelson told investigating sible for a number of the motor acci- ,| "3. On and after April 15, 1025,

still containing two thousand gallons. officers that the shootingwas t'1 dents reported. mail of thu third class will embrace

The operators of the still were not inj" tile climax of an estrangement I I all mutter now included in the third rr' .
the vicinity when the still was taken. which resulted from Nelson's attentions I Plant City Homo sixty citizens of and, fourth classes up to and including :
I I Eastern Hillsborough county in session -
to another divorcee.
woman, a
H ounces in weight, while the new
West Palm Bench The Palm | hero voted unanimously for a
Beach County Bar Association in Miami-An investment in real estate I resolution prolferrud by Hon. Geo. fourth daSH will include. all matter M

meeting here determined on asking here of $1,000 made four years Wilder< opposing( county division ut formerly in the third and fourth : r : ':
8 in and
the forthcoming legislature to pro- ago by Gordon Dean and Roland I[ this time. Hon. S. E. Sparkman and over ounces weight

vide an extra judge for this, the 15th, Dean, sons of Bobo Dean former !Mr. Wilder were the principal sepak- not exceeding! 70 pounds in the first, -- IlSlaall

judicial circuit, composed of Palm owner of the Miami Daily I ers against the division propositionwith set ond and third zones, and not exceeding "

Beach. Broward, Okeechobee and St. has grown to $30,000, it is disclosed Attorneys G. B. Wells and J. C. 'delivery 50 pounds when mailed for ; fIa 111 I.
in of the
other !
Lucie counties. It rescinded Its recent In transactions just closed by a local I'oppell representing the prodivisionelement. any zones. b /' 4 a ty i /
| 4. The rate of postage on all mat- ( I i
of the firm. The The
action of endorsing a division realty investment was principal arguments
made I advanced ter embraced in the new third class I
Gordon from
circuit. by savings tie against division centered
will be 11-2 cents for each 2
earned by selling newspapers, it is I about the declaration that Eastern I ounces
Avon Park Cross state mail service or fraction of 2 ounces up to and in-
said. He bought one lot for himself Hillsborough would not profit thereby {! Buick'sSuperior
will be inaugurated, postal authorities and another for Roland, who was at and that the cost in taxes would\ eluding 8 ounces in weight, except ,

announced here. The Sea- that time attending Yale University. I be considerable more than to continue that the rate on books, catalogues,

hoard, Air Line's new cross state road He himself seeds., cutting, bulbs, roots, scions
is now in Yale and a check us at present, as a part of Hillshorotigh. -
will be utilized, reducing the mail I for $15,000, representing his share The meeting was held at the 'and plants shall continuo to be 1 cent Performance

tune between the east and westcoasts of the profits, has just been mailed to I City Hall. About one third of the peo- for each 2 ounces on parcels not ex'ceeding .

bton hours or more. The north- New Haven, while another for $15- ple present were Plant City residents, 8 ounces In weight.

1 boundervice; of the new cutoff also 000 has been mailed to Roland who Is 'other sections being well represented. 5. The present fourth-class pound Every day a Buick owner realizes more and J

will be used giving the scenic highland now editor of the Sanford Herald. The division meeting split honors 'I rates according. to distance or cone

territory two more mails a day. for the evening with a chautauqua will apply to all matter weighingmore more the greater safety of Buick mechanical4whecI
Lake City-Lake City is not only than 8 ounces, except that of
New Smyrna-Free range of cattle coming to her own, but will soon real- that program their strength pro-divlsionists had been alleged the first and second classes, and in brakes, the extra reserve of power in \

Volusia county would be stopped ize one of the biggest developmentsever by attendance at the chautauqua.sapped addition thereto there will be a service the Buick Valve-tn-hcad and the
under provisions of a county- undertaken in Florida in the charge of 2 cents for each parcel, i

wide no-fence law which the legislature immense resort project, which u TIIEKKSSA except upon parcels originating on easier steering and parking that result from 1 1Hick's

will be asked to pass during its backed by Northern and Eastern Theressa, April 10.-Mrs. A. L. i I rural routes, such charge to b. pr.. I
session beginning next week. Civic capitalist soon to be started on the Sullivan, of Vero. is visiting her sis paid in the same manner as the repi /; hall-bearing, worm and nut steering

organizations in several places in the Suwannee river just north of Lake ter, :Mrs. D. W. Moore. blot i .postage. Parcels mailed on rural mechanism. More '1

t'.unty' have placed themselves be- City. More than $20,000,000 will be L. L. Youngblood and William routes should be indorsed "mailed on reason why more than '

hind the movement to bring about en- spent here in this large development. Brinson, of Lai-kind, are visiting I I rural route" in order that the parreU a million Huicka are in d.lily use today.

actment of the law. There will be $10,000,000 spent friends and relatives here this week. will show that they are exempt from ( 1 1I

has alone this year in the development.The The many friends of Miss Nellie I' the service charge. Note especially ,

Lakeland Southern college resort on the banks of the famous Youngblood will be interested to I new rate on newspapers-I. e. 2 cent

-.id the east 20 acres of the 80 acre Suwannee river will consist of a learn of her marriage to :Mr. Elmer on each 2 ounces or fraction of 2

range, grove forming the campus for 12-story hotel, /golf links, tennis L. Powell which took place on March ''ounces up to and Including 8 ounce

No Worm In s Healthy Child courts, drives, swimming pools, 27 at Miami. {lOver 4 ounces takes parcel post rate.
artificial lakes and canals !\In. Charles Forsythe The i old parcel pout rate is practically I
All children troubled was Worms have ma on- parks, an I Jr., of Lake
healthy color watch Indicate poor blood and u I athletic field where it is expected at.I Geneva, has been visiting her father the same except for a 2 cent service LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ. f

pile there U more or lw. stomach diwurbanca.' least one big league ball team will this week. I charge on each package. M. Smith, Manager.
chill TONIC given re .
GROVE'S TASTELESS three. weeks will enrich the blood. Improw tram. In fact it is claimed that nothing : Theresna friends of Mr. andI.Irs.\ "6. Parcel to be given special .
for two till or duleMioo,and act a* a General Stren ti- I' will be left undone to make It a I E. S. Matthews deeply sympathize handling will If chargeable with the Baker Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties

Tonic to the w bole i".tem. Nature will l then leading health tourist and athletic I II 'with I them in the loss of their daughter. I regular fourth-claim rates togetherwith
tnroi off or dtapel' ih* worm. and tUjCWW""> t. I When better automobile are built. Buick will build them
la perfect be JU. PIMoUIIO ul botUe. resort of the entire Southeast.; the 2-cent .service charge and

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------ -------- J. E. Poweil. :Mrs. Powell will join ber 28, 1897 she was married to "' .oE:'

him in a few days. David Dyal. Practically her whole

i.a.l Mrs. W. E. Torode and daughter, life has been spent in or near Hnmp-1:

:Mary: Lucile, were visitors to Jackson- ton and it was here that she answered -
o.atAe : ville I the final call and closed her tin <'-
t elx Friday.
the sleep divine on April 2. T.'J"!:;. II ow

Mrs. G. W. Stokes, of Starke, wasa Besides her husband, U. D. D;; al

.-- --- visitor here Friday. she leaven an only son, Russell I Dytl> !
--- three sisters, Mrs. J. II. Saxon' r
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'JO tend Arthur Stokes, of Lake Geneva, Hampton; Mrs. W. II. Griffin of : "', :
Deerfield and Mrs. Thomas D ] of
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visited Lawtey Tue day.
Pompano four brothers. Bden and make
; ship-
:MRS. WHITE ENTKKI'AINEO: ; the following delegates were you
G. Johns, of Hampton, S. R. Johns, of
C. OK C. represent the W. T. Weeks Chapter Commissioner L. II. Hill attended
J. M.'1 I Starke and P. E. Johns, of Deerfleld', Direct to
: Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. county board meeting at Starke !Mon- ments
The Children of the Confederacywere : Alvarez; alternates, Mra. L. A. Davis : day. i 1.JT I besides numerous other relatives who
entertained Saturday afternoon, and Sirs J. T. Moore. I will keenly feel their loss, yet, they points on the linesof
3:30: to 6:30: by ;Mrs. J. W. White, at The hostess served delicious chicken -I'I Mrs. A. L. Taylor and little daughter I have consolation and comfort in the,

her poiipitable home on :Sanderson: salad, saltines pickles, hot tea and'|, Loraine, left Sunday for Cottonwood thought that their loved one lived a the Southeastern
street. I iced tea. A of pansies was I I Alabama, where they will Christian life, and died a christian'sdeath !
After the business meeting, Mrs. each nosegay I spend a month with her mother.An and is now happy "Safe in the
placed an plate. Company.
director told the arms of Jesus." Express
George C. White, ;
held with ;
The May meeting will be
I interesting Easter will
children historical stories; and Mrs -
J. W. White told a beautiful Easter Mrs. O. L. Haynes. be rendered at Grace church by the Hampton, April 10.-The Baptist I

story. I Sunday school next Sunday morning. Sunday school has entered a contest Route your Shipmentsthe
Refreshments of home-made cake AUXILIARY ELECT OFFICERS |: Everybody is invited.B. for food/; attendance. The senior Bible''':

and punch were served. class of which Mr. V. B. Wheeler is''
I The Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian L. Blanchard spent from Sunday teacher, and the junior class of which I' fastest way1fiP'
BUSINESS ;MEETING OF church met Monday evening to Tuesday with relatives in Prof. C. T. Lawhorn is teacher ,
MISSIONARY SOCIETY at the home of Mrs. E. M. Davis, on Sanford. taking great interest in the contest.
"'eatfadiRon: street The annual election ,
ESCAMBlAT The class that makes the smallest attendance
The missionary society of the follows i SENATOR COB,
of officers resulted as : |
during the month has
Methodist church after.
met Monday
President, Miss Carrie Uglow.
to entertain the larger with a social -
noon and held a business meeting at Mrs. J. M. Mitchell.
Vice-president Last Sunday the attendance in
the church, with the president, Mrs. Secretary, Miss Stable Weller. Pen"acola.-Senator J. Monroe Coe, I'rof. Lawhorn's class was 23: against
W E. Middleton, presiding. I Treasurer Mrs. E. M. Davis. who will represent Kscambia countyin 19 in Mr. Wheeler's class. $
Alter scripture reading by the Reporter, Mrs. II. A. Tucker. the forth coming session of the (
t leader and prayer by Mrs. C. F. Mrs. J. W. :Maxwell and daughters,
The second Sunday in May the legislature will seek to have passed a
Starnes, the minutes of the March'I Miss Reba and Bessie, entertained as 1
7 meeting were read and the president I j i I Auxiliary will have charge of the measure to force the payment of I their guest this week, Mrs. Maxwell's'''
called for reports. Mrs. It. F. Clark ''evening' service at the Presbyterian taxes. lIe went before the board of nephew, Willie Seckenger, of Clyo,
I'I church. A good work recently done by county commissioners at the late Georgia.
Mrs. L. A. Davis that I'
and reported
I the members of the Auxiliary was meeting and then submitted his bill Mrs. II. B. Lofland left last Sun- -.
made for r
arrangements work were the being Mrs I|.! sending blankets to an over-seas! hos which he hopes will act as a cure for day for Lakeland where she will make illy MrUnf your trprmt shipments via 8onth.aurn Eland -
at '
parsonage. pital. lax tax paying which has been so pro- her future home. fltm Indicating the transfer point yoq can .secure fast,
II. M. Snyder reported that her com jttrvM .wrrlc to point on the ItoM at Lb. SontlMutwn Bfttm .
mittee had finished the work assigned The Presbyterial will\ meet in nounced here of late and which laxity Miss Elsie Birt was a visitor to I _
them at the and that all Eustia on the 22, and the delegates has been the means of crippling the Louise last Saturday: and Sunday.
parsonage, elected Mrs. H. A. Tucker and schools of the county and of forcing forth Infonutian and methods d
bills paid full. As chairman''' were !Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dubose, of Vero, "lad.doC.
of social'were sorvice in committee Mrs. I Miss Carrie Uglow. I retrenchments in many departmentsof were the guests of Mrs. Dubose's Wkaq wtufer point, rtdrmR.

city and county governmental op- father, Mr. David Jones, last Sunday.E. .
Davis reported that a number of
LAWTEY eration. K. RUS8BU, 0F1II.. Rap.
J King transacting business
strangers and sick had been
persons _.01st Placid
Senator Coe to make the
visited, and literature given to dif- Lawtey April 10.-Mrs. O. W proposes at the county seat last Monday. |
ferent families. Roberts and baby returned home Sun payment of taxes compulsory. Mr. and :Mrs A. E. McKinney und I

The annual meeting of the Woman's day from DeLand, where they spenta ; ----:NOTICE. son, Everett, who have been spend-1, SOUIHEASTERNExpress i
Missionary Society will be held in week with her parents, Mr. and ing several weeks with friends and j

Miami, beginning April 21st. Mrs. E. !Mrs. J. II. Tatum. While I am away on official business relatives in Palatka returned to their.:
K. Perryman was elected delegate to in Tallahassee office will be home here last Sunday. '
!Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Flncher and my W. P. Dirt and son, Marvin, of
this meeting, with Mrs. J. H. Hitch
in of Hollis V.
charge my son, Knight,
children, of Starke, were visitors to Louise, were shopping here Monday. +
as AH of the
and any one having business to transact Company
Starke Society, Mrs. W. E. Middletonwill Lawtey Sunday. with me will please take same up Mrs. K. B. Watterson was shoppingin !
Starke this week. I
also be a delegate. Hon Fred B. Nobles, of Jackson with him. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Johnson have''!
ville, was the speaker at Grace Sun D. E. KNIGHT.
YOUNG MATRONS' CLUB a new daughter, who arrived April -
morning. Mrs. Nobles and daughter
4th and weighs eleven
HAMPTON: pounds.
Mrs. R. J. Davis entertained the :Mary, accompanied him.J. ;Miss Cleo Price ,who has been the j

Young Matrons' Club Tuesday after- Death of Mrs. U. I). Dyal. guest; of her sister, Mrs. Russell j
noon at her home on South Cherry E. Powell, of Winter Haven, Thursday morning, April 2nd, this Dyal, of Hilliard, returned to her
street. spent a day or two here last week at community was greatly saddened home this week. :

The time passed pleasantly with the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. when they learned of the sudden Mrs. C. E. Harper and brother ,
W'I ,
sewing, playing bridge, and at the W. I. Powell. death of Mrs. U. D. Dyal, at her homein L. Turner left last Sunday for rROpsEV
close of the afternoon the hostess the eastern part of town. niEODOrtt: 7m t >:l-'t
Mr. and Mrs. John Starling, of yule Miss., where they will visit 1858cf -
served sandwiches and hot chocolate. Jacksonville, were visitors here Mon- Mrs. Dyal had not been well for friends and relatives before their re-J
Besides the club members present several days but her death came as turn.

there were Mrs. 10. M. Davis, Miss day. an unexpected shock. Her husband Mr. and Mrs. D.V.. Moore[ of|,, y

Ethel Griffin and Mrs. Vivian San- Dr. J. J. Treadwell, of St. Augus and son were with her when she Theressa, were the guests of :Mrs.1: I

ders.The I tine, gave a lecture at Grace M. E. I breathed her last and had administered Moore's father, David Jones last
next meeting will be held Tues church Tuseday evening. The fourth to her until mortal aid was no Sunday.
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. J.I quarterly conference was held after longer needed. I Rev. Hicks will preach at the
F. Kickliter, Jr., the lecture. / The funeral was held at 0:45: o'clock Baptist church next Sunday morning I
Friday morning at Santa Fe ceme- and I
;MEETINVToH TIIKV.. T. WEEKS I evening. Bank Your Cash
CIIAPTEH, U. I). C. Sire F. A. Scott, of Starke, was in I tory Rev E. C. Taylor, pastor of the Raymond Jones and Hubert Krauaciris i ,
town taking census several days last I Christian church conducting the of Portsmouth, Va., are the
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and !Mrs. J. M. I week. services. Upon the grave were placed guests of Mr. Jane' aunt, I\Ir\ W. L. Roosevelt

Mitchell were hostess to the W. T. I visited ,| many beautiful floral offerings among I II Uugg, and grandmother, Mrs. Wm. Says
Clifton Brown, of Tampa,
Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., Tuesday Dr. and Mrs. G. W. l them being! a large wreath of ferns Jones. :,
afternoon, at Mrs. Beaslcy's home on parents I and pansies from the Ladles Council ;Mr. and Mrs. Bedenbaugh\ had as
N. Walnut street. I: Brown, Thursday._ ,'of the Christian church of which M rs.1 their guests last Sunday Mrs Roberts la many speeches in his strenuous career I

The following members answered Sirs Taylor of Starke, was the Dyal waq a charter member. She was of Lake City, and Mr. and Mr I President Theodore Roosevelt urgedon
to roll call: Mesdames S. E. Brown-'I guest Sunday of Mr and Mrs. A. L. |i a staunch member of the Christian <'ox, of Gainesville. his hearers the desirability of bank
lee, J. M. Urownloe, S. L. Peek O. L. Taylor. I church for 35 years and lived a true Mrs. A. L Sullivan and children,I accounts.

Haynes, J. M. Alvarez, O. L. Beasley, I I Christian life. Othmo and Hilda, who have been the
L. A. Davis W. E. Davis, J. M. Mitchell Mrs Catherine;; Tearo;; spent from i As wife, mother and neighbor she guests of Mrs. Sullivan's parents, Mr. He said that bank depositors make the

W. L. Wall, Miss Amelia Ray and Friday to Wednesday with friends In I was especially noted for her genial and :Mrs. D. Jones, for several days, I best citizens.
Miss Etta Tison. Gainesville and cheerful disposition, which won returned to their home at Vero last

The president, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Starke / for her many life long friends. Monday.Mrs. Are :you one of [the best citizens ? Are
presided over the meeting and the Her death leaves a vacant place in C. P. Sasser and daughter, bank
secretary, Mrs. S. L. Peek, transacted I motored to Lawtey Tuesday after- all social and religious circles, and Clara May, of Valdosta, Ga., have recently you depositor?

the duties of her oince. An unusual > noon. ______ i, her kindness as a friend and neigh- been the guests for Mrs. Sas- Start an account with us today.
amount of business was transacted, (| B. R. Witkovuki, of Jacksonville bor will long be remembered. ser's father, P. B. Hunt. No is
account too small
and arrangements made for Memorial was a visitor to Lawtey :Friday. j Miss Matilda Johns was born December Miss! Arrie Goosby, who has been I no account too
Day exercises on the 20. Judge A.i i 27, 1874 and was the daughter visiting her sister, Mrs. R. L. Birt, large, for us to handle.
V. Long, of> Palatka, will make the Dr. W. I. Powell who has been pas of the late Mr. and ;Mrs.[ Levi Johns left Saturday for her home in Ala- I'y t'dlt4VJ''krlk ,, in'
address, and the veterans' graves at tor of Grace M. E. church here for who preceded her many years ago. ,chua county.R. y
Crosby cemetery will be decorated the past two years, and who has been At the age of 15 she united with the L. Dirt was the guest of friendsin
with wreaths bowers and lugs. confined to his home for several | Christian church here, and continued Alachua county last Saturday.
The annual convention of the Florida months on account of ill health, left ;, steadfast in the faith throughout Bradford County BankBradford
Division U. J). C. will convene in Wednesday for Winter Haven where her entire life taking;\ most active Sirs II. J. Johns Entertains.
Lecsburg the first week in May, and he will spend some time with his son, part in the church work. On Novem- Mrs. B. J. Johns entertained with County' Financial Stronghold
I an ice cream social last Saturday

_. evening. Those who enjoyed this Established 1889 STARKE, FLA.
locaoi= locaoimo OCIO ightful! affair were Mr. and
aao.oao. OCIC:) de-I !!"""
4 D Russell Dyal, Mr. and Mrs.[ H.
n I Peoples and daughters, Annie
O D and Virginia, Percy Griffin, John lIa- I

Special gan Ethel $windle.'rho out of town ],)I J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
C guests were Miss Lucile Johns, of I|
tnrko, Raymond Jones and Hubert '
U "''h'l sruuskins, of Ports Mouth, Va. I'
Card and other interesting! games

O D I EASTER s.. .;: i n:>> served were played.at the Delicious conclusion.ice cream was I


j Values / 1SfPl:' Ie Ieu e.e.1l PUT HIM Ye6ei BACK+I+i.Ieleper TO WORK{ STARKE, FLA. I

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O Our I Easter assortment of Dresses and //'gAt: ) c!II REMEDY I ______

: t}.. I l;i. E. Thrcadgill of Marshall, Texas 1I'I
: I- ;? writes: "I was sick with kidney trouble I' GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY
Hats is very beautiful---and \ve are of- ; ..,., f .... for two years. Doctors pronounced -'
t /1r: ,
-f'I'c.I' t \ me with Bright' Disease."I INMAN &. PITCH

o fering remarkably low values :; ,'j.. : commenced taking Hobo Kidney I III REPRESENT= THE REST LEADING
I Bladder I I
1 and Remedy and after the
!4 ... .. / ."\ 0o II first bottle felt much improved. I'' iNsruANTE= COMPANIES( .FIRE!
'tJj 0' have AUTOMOBILE\
taken five bottles and am entire
IN"I'FrIday :, ly well." BONDS. LIABILITY

r and SaturdayMarguerite's I :' : :; \ 'I Back to work and earning money ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
as good a man or better than ever
SliJ\\! I -
Ii ,:. ; :I was before. Hobo got results as it i"
guaranteed to do.
o / { You to be the sole judge as to the We
q can
merits of Hobo Kidney and Bladder your
Remedy in your own case. Go to your 8 HRS

i : Shoppe i 'r f fU I treatment neighborhood once. uf this druggist money-back and remedyat get a Storage Battery In I


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[: Mrs: C A. Knight and Mrs. A. M.I m. At the appointed time. thudor';; Brown. The pastor Rev To eon en.lir..-no.. Ih*
Darby. was opened\ 1 und the guests were In-I hour wax delighted at suet IM mar* than pur
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Bits oi" Local I'' '1 by You buying can your save ladies'several or Dollars chil I wore were in in: then the rticc'Uing each begun lino.looking When for all are the cause doing for what which they he can Tult's medldn.1

drcn's Easter hats at Stump's. I their place at the long, tables whirl life. I !! i
hud been prvMuusly uriungud. Th .. I..n eu.aa.ti end
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I I The Easter program for the Pros place inuntetl lIy C: Puytona--A tio-fcncc : 'un."".
byterian Sunday school is in chart/ i U. KeKi"ur and were very attractive. ing:' mule from grazing

Concerning Our People, Basinets and of Mrs. II. II. Young, \Mm. E. M | Thu dinner was served' III thru be proposed to the next '' :\lIal11i-An investment in real <-s-<
Progrea of the County and Town. \ Davis and Mrs. II. A. Tucker. The courses Alter: the drat course, Mrs. I b> various chambers of here of $1,000 made four yours

decorating committee is composed of Maines, president of thu society, in t tI 1& 'and other organizations U by (!or i I \Mrs. Vivian Sanders, Mrs. T. S. Williams -I'taw well chosen words invited lte\. 'this county I eons of lobo Dean former
_0 Wall\ Mrs II. A. :}I. K. KiJobour, pastor of the chuurv: '
Mrs. T. P. ? lII'r of the !Miami Daily Metropolis,
Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Friday In I Story Telling Hour every Saturday Tucker and Miss \Mable Waller.\ hare, to be uiustoi- of ccremoiiiuti fur grown to $30,000: it is disclosed
I I thu which h.. accented with ;
Jacksonville. afternoon at the Womnn's Club U l uveuuig \ transactions", just closed by a local
o'clock. All children invited. I Try it on your table, that !Rood pleasure. lie first spoke of the purpose firm.\ The investment was

Yard wide yellow homespun Standard Nut' Margarene, for sale at of the meeting which was to ,, .. 1 by Uordon from savings ha
Peoples Grocery.Mr. organize u Uusineas Men's l.hblu! S27.4t4.17'I ,,.', 1 by selling newspapers, it Is
10 cents at Stump's.Hugh New Easter shoes for the
I' Class. T. M. Richard: was alike to : ,
whole at ,1. He bought one lot for himself
family Stump's.Mrs.
had enroll the men who would like to become another for Roland who
and Mrs. II. A. Bishop as> <1 was at
Turner, of Waldo, was a visitor -
I S. S. members und Mrs. 1) T. McUi tuna Yale
Mrs I attending University.
to Starke this week. A. E. Fields, who has spent guests Sunday Mr. and enroll all vhwould FOR S.YI.K-; Itomiio, n / ,
to women present
Averitt, Mies Doris and S. S. Averltt was > himself is now in Yale and a check
several months with !Mrs.
Ada Sau-
plants $l.r'l 0 th"lI
Jackson like to join. After which tbuyproce.t.I ; I per | $1 ir >, his share
In'' Jr., Mm. II. A. Brown, all of >,00l representing
left for her home
Easter Cards at Marguerite'sShoppe. ers, Wednesday' Mrs. L. V. Moore.
for thu
Youngstown, Pa. ville; Mrs. :Minnie Prevatt, Mrs. Nina to organize wu- I the prntltfl\ has just been mailed to
I Lipford, !Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rosen- men's class. The following oflker FOR SALEOnu I Haven while another for $15-
Cove and were elected:: ) ) ) has been mailed, to Roland wh > Is
home. A See :) :; and : bush, of Green ; cottage, 2 blocks from
Plain sewing done at Mrs. our $3.77, $5.00 $8.95 of New Orleans. Mrs. G. W. Coleman, President. editor of the Sanford Herald.1.I
Mrs B. E. Jones,
M. Green, Box G03, Starke. It. Assortment of Easter Hats. Mrs. W. E. Loadholtt, first Vice $900.00.! Two corner I
Marguerite's Shoppe. I President. from high school $ .
Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones is spending Mrs. Ralph E. Rhodes and little ply this olHco. SEED I'EANUTS
who have several Mrs. R. S. Johns, second'JcoI'rult
several weeks in Jacksonville. Alvin Beck and Frank Pattee came ion, Ralph, I
I last week from St. and weeks here with her parents, Mr.! dent. COLORED LABORERS N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea
up awhile with their and !Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, left Sunday Mrs R. U. Roberts, third' Vice at Hastings, Florida uta $100 per bushel (Four cent
You can't beat the cash pricesat are spending
Men's ; homefolks.Full for her home in Tallahassee\ Mrs. President.Mrs. the potato crop. Work pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fin.II. .
Alvarez for
J. SI. I Rhodes was accompanied as far as C.: H. Register, Secretary family. Good pay. T. HALL COMPANY.:

Clothing, Shoes, Hats. Live Oak by Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez. Mrs. W. II. Andrews, Treasurer. after<< March 25. Low'I, Fla.
line of Florida Pork
at Peoples
Mrs. J. E. Mamas
Roan, of Tampa, spent Sun- Grocery.We I II --
LeRoy I Sternberif's Easter Sale lasts Mrs. W. !L Williams, "s"l.tantTeacher.

day here with friends. I(one more week. "COl'LD bETTER FERTILIZER liE MADE WE WOULD MAKE IT" ,
have added several new spring
Have the children photographednow. numbers to our beautiful line of por- ;, I Mrs. U. 1". McUill, Publicity Chair Get Jaunary price list !Mixed Jo'ertillzl'rll-"SI\ION: PURR and GEM
:Mrs. J. H. Ritch :Mrs. E.
!Mr. and
If you neglect it sometime you traits.-(lover Bros. Studio. Emmett, man. BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY Bret Fair Prifi>s--Prompt Shipment. ,'.
will it. Hoover Bros. Studio. I K. Perryman and little son, .Men's Class- Not the Cheapest, but thc BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers, .
I left Wednesday for a trip down the Dr. J. E. Maine, President. .
Dusters and Dusts.E. i ,
of Winter Haven
Charlie ,
East Coast. Mr. Ritch will attend the I J I. Rosenburg, first Vice-1'residunt. v
Mr. O. A. Price, of Ocala, was visi- has been visiting his father, O. L. Palm !
Bankers Association at West N. E. Roberts, second Vice-Prom 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, FU"Comfort"
here from Starke will
friends Sunday. Beasley, and to
ting go Beach, and Mrs. Ritch and Mrs. Por- 'dent.

Ashville, N. C. lyman, will go to Miami to visit their W. H. Andrews, third Vice-Prcsi
81x90 Peppcrcll Sheets only sister, Mrs. C. F. Sayles. den
$1.19 at Sternberg's Sale. 10 per cent discount on UoyalSodl'ty
U. T. McUill! :Secretary.:;
-- Packages at Sternberg'sSale. Dr. J. J. Bullen, of Starke, Cave an S. M.Unggerti, Treasurer.Joe .
A, and son, of Brooker,, .
B. Surrency
excellent address at the Baptist hull Williuma, Teacher.
were visitors here Tuesday. church lust night when, in a summarized T. M. Uichard, Assistant Teacher *
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith of Jacksonville .'review ho gave account of one K.1 U. Huberts, 1'ublicity Chairman (r'l
10 inch striped Voile only 39 I were week-end visitors of J.'
hundred years of Baptist work in Miss lluttie Fowler was appointed ..
Sale. her Mr. and Mrs. II. L.Brownlee. .
cents at Sternberg's parents bo I
Florida. The first Baptist church to superintendent uf the Home Depart-
organized in Florida was on March merit
!Miss Louise Fernandez spent Tuesday 12, 1825 t :!:;, and today the bona lido Splendid addresses wero inado by e
in Jacksonville. New line Ladies' Silk Dresses membership of this denomination in Judge A. C. Strickland, superintendent -

-- $1.98 and up. Licst Bargains in this", state UO.OGO\ ( a pretty good pro of the Sunday school and Joe
Mr.s. J. L. Frazee and daughter, the world at Stump's. portion in a state of one million pop Hill Williuma, Bible class teacher 4IUREJ3N

Mrs. Taylor Belcher, Wednesday ulation. The Baptists are making a Supt. Strickland asked that all
for Pablo Beach M. F. Brown, who spent several drive to secure one hundred thousand I make as their motto: "Whole heurtetl i 1

days last week at the home of Mr. dollars, to be used as a memorial fundin L'o-operation" in Sunday school work,, Cord
Dr. E. L. Digits and W. E. Terodc, and Mrs. E. Matthews! left Saturday -. support of new and growing : which wax voted by all members pres- ,

of Lawtey, went to Sarasota Tuesdayon for Tampa. churches in the state. This, of course, ent and urged that all put forth a

a business trip. I is irrespective of the regular missionary special elTort to be ut the church each You can now get r;
Buy your Spring Lid from J. and benevolent budget of f22:>,- I Sunday morning promptly at 10(
See the new Easter Silk Dress M. Alvarez. 000 for 1\12\ ;). They will succeed, of o'clock.
goods: 98 cents a yard at Stump's course, they always do. Kissimmee After the courses were served balloon tires

---- ---- Miss lllanche Alderman who is a Valley Gazette. "Blest lie the Tie that lluuU" was

E. K. Ferryman left Thursday for student at the Woman's College, Tal- Hung and the pastor pronounced the present car
Kinston, N. C., where he will play lahassee, spent Sunday with her parents LAKE ItUTLKie benediction. When all hud Bald goodnight .1I your

ball. Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Alderman. I they went away feeling that
,I take Butler, April 10.-Last Friday -,, it was good to be there." without changingrims.

Secure the shadow ere the sub- Don't miss seeing the new evening "Uncle" John Croft, the i I There were Gl seated at the tables,

stance fades. Hover Bros. Studio. I Easter Silks for Dresses 98 oldest\ man in Lake Butler, had a The girls who assisted in serving

cents a yard at Stump's.The stroke of paralysis but at this time la I were: Misses Christine Townsend, .
The lowest prices and the latest 1 little better. We arc all anxious Estelle Roxcnburg, Ruth Roberta

"h Ics in Men's: and Bo}'s' I W. C. T. U. will hold their .about our old citizen and hope that )Ruby Driggors, Neta Tomlinnon,,
he will soon be all right again. I I raink.mmilh,.l.npH., ....w..ieisrail.' I
Clothing/ Shoes and Hats Can April business meeting next Tuesday attending It"loe1"1IIIond\ and! Carrie Belle In* tomfurr, flu. ymrly .<*i>fn.i of '
be found at J. :M. Alrarex. I afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the Miss Josie Bennett, who i I" I I fiMnilrnJa dull"? in II,. and car 'l
club house. All members. urged to be a business college in Jackxon- : |lll|.-I fllll i if U>fl.ll lfl.new Mil h,lllComfort
I'illixpent lust Saturday and Sunday ,, .. t'ortl o/frri *>.. It i.,,.j..
(; urge c. White, state bank examiner present. .., ,,b'n/l..w"
J. F.I I tig uf or if J miry< d /
has spent the past week on the with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I ::1 jop 't In only. h.oI/.h. t****.w*ami..110.a4
Eat Const attending to business. New shipment of large sue Bennett i, '; $tlll" ...'h. ...me.......
Mrs. T. J. Townsend returned to
All "
dresses-dark colors Margue ,I
Fresh nn Saturday home-made potato rite's Shoppe. Lake Butler Sunday. IIrll.rownllend t'J.--:35---: .. '-o(,. ; 0,
salad! and cream cabbage at had been in the St. Vincent hospital '.

Peoples Grocery for several weeks having to undergo i w4..c JO'i1.J. SMITH'S GARAGE
I Men's dress shoes from Sale.$2.93a an operation. She was accompaniedback ,I ':'. i'
pair up at Sternberg's husband. Her host of,
:Mrs. W. J. Epperson was a recent by her My niece h.1\ !hull;'/>1 ,n' r ,li. -i' I STAnKE, FLA.
Mr. John Croft, friends will be glad to hear that she I I h a .'
visitor to her uncle, I Go duwn where the price is right 1r,1C i i .IK1 '
of Lake Butler. is better. I ti""h-tl..t )looks like it t. :
for your Florida and Western meats Mrs. Wort left for Valdosta, Ga., hi. it I keep her inlf'I'M I '! ,.. ....
Peoples Grocery. Saturday!: to visit her brother, who Is main.. : 1'l'r like too .1 t i
Yard wide unbleached sheet ,
sick. I I m .1 she our Illy ,
ing only 10) cents a yard at There will be Easier services next very!Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cole, of Lake ,I ..,-"' :' I took n n''f Ii 'i I '\, ..
Sternberg's Sale. Sunday morning at 11:00: o'clock at Mr., ''II""' i 'jld the liter "
hero to
Sunday '
City were
the :Methodist church. There will bu I lil,", .i'.M: ''i'''''J up-to-date l di VIM-,
of r
J. R. Terrell, grandfather Mm ''miowns :hnr brow t. ,'l.ij, : :
Hamilton Ritch of and beautiful Vice.
special music .
i I .
winn..r-< !. I'm
spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. A cordial invitation extended to the Cole.Dr.. and Mrs. Tom !Moore, of Tallahassee \ uck Mainly'of what n 1 :uy! o

and :Mrs. J. If. Ritch. \public. were the guests of Dr and "A gruvy-iio-wl, I turned ii|>ole

Mrs J. E. Miiinew. They came throughin down" deiicribe .'t iiiiKluy m,,..,
Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter, Selling for cash enables we to their automobile and were accompanied und a single, l>,ol>(ljin' f'-uther fl

Miss :Mnble, returned Saturday from I'' sell better goods for less money.J. by the following young ladies,, i IIII-tiv'llell the sear, ,-hits' eye. Its Yes :> :Jus1
Jacksonville. l hasp line gives tho merest
M. Alvarez
who are students of the State College I of Venus In <" 'Ilpsebut It fairly .r.r
I for Women at Tallahassee, hisses : socks. the. emphiiila on ..mllln'ruby
Fancy buttons at Marguerite'sShoppe. :Mrs. Mary II. Smith left Monday I.ula Scarborough, Mabel Driver",, lipslAlthourh! '

I fur Wilmington, Del., after spending Thelma Parker, Blanche Alderman. I my niece's flaw !- ( ;1.tifujE.
Several weeks in Starke with her son, The young ladies returned to the college spring/ hat ain't needin' no defense 1 ..
Ras Brinson, of the U. of F., was I E. H. Smith. She was accompaniedto Sunday. I I'll stake my reputation It's :
here Saturday with his sister, Mrs. Jacksonville by Mr. Smith, who Mrs. O. W. Malnes, who is visitingher i i ho peak nf com.non/ s nxe. The

E. Corpening. J'I spent the day there attending to busi son, Dr. J. E. Maine, and family I un'l. umln' eirif-xhi-ll! may be
bereft of pride, yet every
ness. had a I light stroke of paralysis last I time we meet ono, wo can swear This Bank Is Organized For ;
New lotery nice striped Thursday. We hope !Mrs. Maines will I to what's In"h'hen! we run ri
ttroiidcloth at Stump's. I' Ladies Silk Hose all colors "soon" recover und be out again. I ii-ro.Ht. pprfix.tlon It's the time ,

$1.50; value for 9S cents a pairat Mr. O. W. Maines, Montecello! is I f..r standm' pat-a<>, I register I'S
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0. Daniel, of Stump's.! the guest. of his brother, Dr. J. K. approval of my niuce's new

Sarasota, were here last week with -- ------- Mains, and family. spring hat. Uncle John.
relatives.Embroidery. I There will be a box supper in the I 1
City Hull ut Hampton! Friday 8 p. Baptist W. M. S. Entertains: EIRlvoo[

: thread :3 for 10' m. The proceeds will be used in buying The Ladies of the Baptist Mi-xion-. iw I,
cents at Sternberg's Sale. I books and laboratory equipmentfor ury Society entertained at n li.mqui' I _
the sfhool. Everyone i is invited. in honor of t the older men and women"
church at the .Iuvi
- --- --- -- of the Bapti-t
!Mr. and !Mrs."" O. I. Brailey" spent' Silk' hose. from I 13; cents u pair room Tui -day, March 31, at H! '10 j.., J ..
Sunday in Tampa with her parents.
Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. Durden. I up at Sternberg's -'- We believe that we owe more to our depositor :
Prof. S. S. bowling will teach a Order EGG CASES,, than the mere duty of safeguarding i
Low cash prices for the best about the t
quality and newest styles In normal middle of I in June Starke and beginning run eight weeks. freight or express, 38c. their money and paying their checks.

Women's Footwear at J. M. Alvare attend should see Produce Co. Live r': J@k I
/, All him who
-- New possible.Go Oak, Florida THE WORM THAT T\J H'i..T: bank safely can and this bank is organized' ?
and family, of -
T. E. Murrhee -- when '$ aKCIGES T3 I.WER" and conducted with that end in view.
recent visitors of his down to Peoples Grocery : 1
Smyrna, were of .ncx#tmetfl0x'trrnokXC1GaalwKtewn;. ) IC.I'i, .
mother, :Mrs. Anna Murrhee. you want fresh meats." Full line \ ;
both Florida and Western meats. { COFFINS & CASKETS ;!

Genuine spring lamb at Peoples of i each member of i t And a Full Line of ]7i\ \' Let Us Help You 'r

Grocery.J. the A family good portrait i is like a life insurance Undtrloktn' Supplit ,JJAITOMOIUI.E r }l Ijt\J( \ \

J. Lawrence, of Keystone policy; yuu cannot afford to be with- tt'ii'l'- _.)-
HK.UtSK ft
to out it. If you neglect, some day you :; ; Lrr'
Heights, was a ':.un'no If hand. The bent XT- ]'. \ '
will regret it.. Hoover Bros. Studio. Always" on BANK OF STARKEThe
Starke Monday. i
I i Tire at the lowest prices 5peu .
district institute of the Baptist rial attention to telegraph- {' ((
in The
The New Spring Stales sour fit church was held Tuesday and Wednesday d..rs. Registered Kmbalmer. ;' \ Bank of Helpful ServiceWE i
Suits are on I"
and attended r
M. .\h'arec.RuslI..ll I in Newberry, was -
guaranteed by J. 1 by the following representative Dr. DeWITT C. JONES j 8| ::4, PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS jJ
Baptist church: I
Ga., from '
Rictor, of Madison STARKE, FLA'
.1. F
cousin, 'and Mr* -f, J J. Bull..n.fn:
was a truest Tuesday of his Kickl.ter .ir I -..n, ('harks Lucian, .btu
Mr.. E Matthews.: I


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overnment; Regulations SWAT HIE FLY
--- Sent State A PEST

yi FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE Live Stock Sanitary Board. 1, 1O COWS AND A MENACE i Circuit Court Judges- Also Suggest jority verdict shall prevail; that is to

ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS! FOUND TO HEALTH OF HUMANSi i Changes in Present Laws. say, that in all capital cases requir-

TO BE WEST SUITED TO OUR COL.NTY: I Tallahassee, Ap-il 5.-The state It is time to wage-war on the fly I in" twelve, eleven shall be sufficientto

1 I Live Stock Sanitary Board has re- in all dairies of the state. They are 0,. Tallahassee, April 3.-"It is my find verdict, and in all other cases,
ceived notice from the U. S. Bureau pests around most dairies during the ''opinion' the only practicable way to five shall be sufficient.:
I I lof Animal Industry that horse racing, or Relieve counties of in
new regulations stop gambling on expense
COLL WEEVIL STILL A MENACE making their weevil control work effective summer and fall months. Spring is
known as 13. A. I. order 2U2\ the season when fly-fighting will other racing is to prohibit the racing cases where prisoners transferred
and economical. get
I ''in i i1're effect !May 1, 1025, have been issued results. The old of says Rivers H. Buford, state thereto for safekeeping.
adage "an
Contrary Belief Erroneous as Anulyia -Syusra Poisoning{ ounce
relating to interstate in his
movement of attorney-general submitting
Included in
prevention is worth legislation suggestedby
of Last season's Condition: The ifHociution and the department 'livestock and prohibiting of a pound cure, recommendations to the legislature
use packing the
is more than true when dealing with attorney-general himself is .
14 Proves.! I'ru-Squaru Poisoning. i I concur in recommending pre- material of pins straw, grass or the fly pest. for amendments to the statutes and the following: J\ '
square poisoning under certain con-: similar litter originating in the tick suggestions for the passage of other
The scarcity of weevil infestation ditions. Where over-winter weevils fever quarantined area. The house or typhoid fly and the'stable acts, Accompanying the attorney- I Give state same right of appeal as >,
in considerable numbers fly are the two specie that are defense in trials criminal cases where"'f!:
and the utmost total lack ,of weevil ((20 j I "Additional precautions against Jenerul's recommendations are thoseof \ ,
damagu in lylil/: suenut tu haveled or more per acre) on the young cotton > the cattle tick and the disease spreadby common to all sections of the state. circuit judges who suggest a large I statute under which defendant being

many farmers into the belief that the before squaring time, at least one it are provided for in these reg They fere so nearly alike in appear- number of changes in present laws. prosecuted is held by trial court to be

boll xveevil is no longer a destructive application of poison is advised to be I ulations. One section prohibits theinterstate ance that it Is not easy to distinguishone Many of these fullow the changes unconstitutional.)
applied at the first indication of from the other. On close exami- I Abolish office of bond trustee for
cotton pest aid a menace tu souunrn shipment of pine straw, outlined by circuit judges in confer-:
prosperity, according to observations squaring. No earlier application is Ira, or similar litter that is tick infested nation the stable fly is provided witha ence in September, 1UJ2. all county bonds and all road district ;

made by held representatives of the advisable irrespective of the numbers I or exposed to tick infestation. bill ("proboscis") for sucking that The recommendations will be presented bonds, leaving! duties of these officesto ,11

Unfttd >U.tes Dupai .uicnt of Agri- of weevil on the cotton us they can or the use of such material for packing enables the> house it to be mole vicious than l to the legislature;: when it convenes clerk of circuit court.:
do no real damage until fly. This stable lly is a serious }
culture. squares ap or as car bedding for commoditiesor in biennial session here next Passage of uniform law fixing compensation -
A recent circular on the cotton boll pear. The application! should be repeated livestock to be shipped interstate <' menace to high-producing dairy Tuesday. In part they follow: of county commissioners ;!'f.I '..

weevil situation issued from clemson just before thu first blooms I "?hero also has been added to the owe. during some seasons. Repeal present law requiring judge I throughout state; also for county q

College, South Carolina, warns the appear if there are still considerable regulations a section describing the These two species differ somewhat to charge jury before closing arguments boards public instruction .
farmers of that state that this feeling o numbers of weevils! on the cotton. For equipment/ and facilities necessary in their habits of breeding. The housefly of counsel.>! I More stringent divorce laws.

"will surely result in disaster if the first treatment, and this one, only, f at designated dipping stations may breeds altogether in filth and ma- Give state sumo number peremptory Passage of statute providing for I

!it perlli...." The writers of the circu- the growers may use either a home be approved as points at which cattleat nure. The house fly breeds very rapidly challenges as defense in criminal franchise tax, proceeds to go to coun- i
lar state\ that "thu mixed moliisses-culcium-arsenute mix the quarantined be ly in horse stablest but very little in 'j
number of ball area may inspected trials where there are two or more ty shool fund.Passage ,
weevil going into hibernation! during ture or the dry dust us preferred. The dipped, and certified for Interstate uw stables, but may breed in any defendants. '
dry dust should be used for treat- kind of decaying filth. / of an act providing thatMipersedaes 'I'
the fall than movement. Such .
was greater we have 1 dipping stations \ i Bind over witnesses to first
ments. The usual formula for themolassescalciumarsenate The stable fly breeds appear on writ of error in ha- >
in all
ever observed during uny previous are required to have a properly readily term of court. lens I shall in '
no preclude
kind of corpus way
season in this state" mixture is equipped dipping vat, noninfectiouspens stable manure and most
Give of
state right to writ error i
one gallon of molasses, one pound of paved floored readily in damp or moist, decaying state from proceeding with the ; J
or chutes I
A similar note! ol: warning for the 'c alleys; or appeal in cases where indictment, I| prosecution and trial of the accused s
arsenate, and one gallon of and, pens, and a roofed or covered vegetable matter, such as is often I 'r,
cotton belt information
: us whole affidavit criminal
u was soundedin ) or in
i I pending the disposition of the decision -
A found
the Report of Cotton Production water. stronger more expensive section of pens of sullicient size to around the dairy barn In the proceedings is quashed. |
mixture containing two pounds ofi all form of moldy silage heaps other of the appellate court.: t
Council of .the Association of Southern protect dipped animals from rain or To clarify by defining airirravated!
Agricultural I i calcium arsenate, one gallon table and hot sun. rnlltrhnnrrt- -nllus. -Donn\__ __.';---g inv anailA"AI_u_.._.._ 'assault. Passnire of an act fixing- -penalties
the association Workers adopted by syrup and one-half gallon of water't "No change is made in the regulations left in the bottom of the silo is an Prohibit I for land swindlers.
in annual session a persons remarrying Adoption of the Torrens of
may give quicker killing and better ideal breeding place for the stable fly. system
Atlanta, Uu., February :J--1 of this governing interstate ship- within certain time after divorced. land titles
or some other
control in sections The system
o of frequent rain destruction of all
ment of cattle from the breeding i' I.
jeur. It was declared that "the quarantined Leave to presiding judge and judge
i greatest ,I fall. The syrup used must always be |area for purposes other than immediate places is the most practical way to closely akin to that system. t d
immediate designated his
danger to the to sit in place deter- "
agriculture Adoption of a law which will effectually :
of the cotton belt hoe the ; sweet or unfermented, and the mixture slaughter, but there is no longer control these flies The minium time mination of whether grounds ,
in should be applied to the terminal;:provision for the interstate shipmentof required for the development of the proper prohibit extortion by loan
widespread belief advanced for affidavits
the disqualification,
among produce I I sharks.
buds of the cotton with house fly from the
a mop with. 'dipped ticky cattle: ,. i egg to the adultor
ers weevil on disqualification
control to be
mearsures are in 24 hours after being mixed. I|I fly stage is nine days and for the accompanied Passage/ of an act exempting from

not necessary. I If dust is used it may be applied INOCULATE 'IIIK PIGS; ..1NUI'KE'ENT : stable fly 15 days. It is practicable in or supported by at least two payment of a license tax by any picture
Causes of Last Year's :r reputable citizens: of the county. I show lecture
Dig Florida theatrical
Crop with a machine or shaken from a I I CHOLERA LOSSESA to remove all manure once Creation performance -
The i of commission of two
comparative: immunity Ironiweevil bag. The bag method is not effective every week and scatter it onto the (I or other educational amuse-
damage in 1U21:! as stated in : on binding cotton and noted author once said that land. appointed by the governor ment by which the management, own- 6
the report above referred to was due ,I be relied upon for other than never "pigs is pigs," and everything seems For stable manure that cannot be for !selection of persons qualified as j I I er or performer, contributes to any ',, ,

to an "unusual combination of condi I pre- to indicate that the Florida farmer removed this often, the most jurors public school or charitable purposes,
applicatIOns. practi-
tions" which "will, in all probability, I I II of poison will i're-squure afford applications fortunate enough to have a good cal method is to completely screen in Empower judges to impose indeter- to be used in connection with public '.

I not recur in many years." These tection to the early and pro supply of spring pigs coming on will the manure pit with regulation wire minate, or minimum or maximum I work or to posts of the American ;
i were: i considerably thu time may : know by next fall that "hogs is screens and remove all manure to this sentences in criminal cases except Legion or to camps of the Confederate -
i postpone when '
Defoliation of cotton over u machine poisoning, becomes I hogs. With an outlook for good pit each day. ,' capital cases Judge to fix sentence at'1: Veterans.

\\ :de area by thu leaf worm in the sary. Unless effective weather neces- prices on the lowly porker next September By exercising diligent care in de- whatever he may deem right, and
early fall of I'JiJ, materially reduc conditions should control it would be the part of wisdom stroying all sources of breeding conduct of prisoner to determine The best hen is the one that oats
' hill I follow however, length of term. i', the most and turns the food into
the number of for Florida
I weevils! !going into later machine dusting will be farmers to take no places, it is practical to control these ,
hibernation. usually Amend act of 1923 by .striking i eggs I
chances of
their flies
losing pork supplythrough in
I II nearly
necessary to give adequate protection every community in the words I
I Extremely: cold winter temperaI I from weevil damage. the ravages of hog cholera, state, according to Hamlm L. Crown, !"and no dwelling occupied ex- "Health is the foundation on which
elusivev such I|
I tuna, which vastly increased the according to specialists of the Agri- dairyman for the Florida as shall be searched
Agricul- the
al mortality of hibernating weevil u.uI I --. ----- cultural Extension: Division of the tural Extension in the night time under this act or 'I reposes happiness of the people
Division.It under I' and the power of the country.-
and of any other law of this state,,
University I'lorida.
is nothing less
4 than
criminal William
for H
FROM 1 who
:i CUUN'CYI! may be entitled to relief under
Extremely dry, hot weather : | Many Florida farmers are still any person selling dairy products to
during the summer of 1U21) GUMS': RLPOR1S .0' aware of the losses suffered the towns minimum and maximum penalty sen Colds Cause
: which great and cities of Florida to per- tences. drip and Influenza
? gave effective weather control, pre I from this plague lust year and are already mit the unscreened, open closet around LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tabled remove
venting the few weevils which did i E.cambia-Swuet potato club boys taking measures to prevent a his dairy premises. It is to be hoped Passage of law that in trial ofca..ell I the ...u.... There !. only one 'Bromo Quinine"
1 emerge in the spring from multiply have their ground prepared and are recurrence of it. Others, however, that all dairymen in the state have both civil and criminal, ma- E. W. GROVE'S ilinature on 1 box Sea

ing fast enough to seriously menace ready to begin setting_ 1 slips. I II have not fully realized the necessityof too high regard for the lives of the -,

the crop I taking preventive measures and babies they supply with milk to allow
)lug' llorda of Weevils Expected ] Hamilton[ -Continued cool weather i iI are leavi.ig their herds unprotected. l any chance for the typhoid fly to

Similar conditions have not I' |has enabled most of the growers to I I Hog cholera can be prevented, but ''carry his deadly /germ to the milk of

tl so far thin year. Fall rains prevailed in get the majority of their tobacco acreage BtU 1 ]herd, though all the I Flies
many. section" .st.mulated the cottonto I I even hogs in the C will not breed in manure that

renewed K'o' Nth and warm weuther Lake-Organized two new citrus I herd are not affected at first, it isi has been thinly scattered over the :
I' i very difficult to save of the hogsin : as In "
through October was favorable to weevil iI"'I'l' Wherever the herd.Inoculation. I I This cross-word puzzle, which was and concise )i
,' such con- I membership In one other. These are accurate, and none
ditiuim |prevailed it resulted in large I clubs are organized for the purpose I with antlhocholera/ :MILLER I i arranged by Miss Eva Foss Smith, I I o of the words are difficult. In addition ,
e numbers of weevils going full fed into of studying insects, diseases, fertilization i serum the is much less expensive than Miller, April 10.-1\11'. and Mrs. W. should give every iross-word puzzlefan to this the! puzzle is a small one. Now, :t
winter quarters!, and It Is not believed and /general grove culture I losing hogs It is cheap insurance. W. Thomas and children, of Brooker an opportunity to say that he
that there hUll been sufficiently! However h if the pigs are inoculated visited relatives here solved a puzzle in twenty minutes let's see what you can do with it. We I
one last
told: weather this winter to cause unusual Santa Rosa-Inoculated 125: hogs I about: weaning time the cost of inoculation -' week. day the maximum length of time it should : are warning you that you will not

mortality whilo in hibernation l against cholera. this week. ', l is less than if they are allowed, I I Mrs. Eerie Spires, of Eaugalie, is take for this: one. The definitions, clear I soon find another one so easy.
t This applies especially to the Southeastern i i to grow for two or three months, and, visiting. her parents Mr. .
Madison\ and Mrs. J.
I -Enrolled 12
boys in fat i in addition
: where they are protected from II ---
4, states it is believed the |barrow club. cholera S. Brown. | 8 J t S ci 7 nI
early infestation in 1925:!; will bo I _. :,(, growing. I J. R. McLeod, of Jacksonville, visi :'
f' heavy. Recent counts of hibernating Okeochobea-Had 51 cattle tested is necessary to exercise cure in o ted relatives here Sunday. I I 9 iC

weevils at the Florence, S. C., station for tuberculosis this week and more this inoculation, and an inexperienced: '1 B. E. Brown madu a business trip

show that there will bu no such immunity will be tested later.BakerFarmers farmer should secure the services of j I to Jacksonville one day last week. It IA I; H
J- from weevil attack as occurred I I i'his county agent or a trained vet i I Miss Susan Thomas, of Brooker, is I I p L_

1 last year. In the central and vves- are rapidly finishing 1 crinanun. At any rate the whole herd visiting her sister, Mrs. I.I E. Thomas. ty le lr la

Urn parts of the cotton bolt conditions I i planting, and the cotton acreage should ,be- ,inoculated without delay. I II I Mr. and Mrs John Mott, of Five 1-
weru variable und generally not i iso I seems to be considerably' increased i i HIGIILAMJI- j I !Mile visited Mr. and Mrs Roland 1 rp 21 22
favorable for weevil increase in Prospects for hug production in the Thomas Sunday. i

the fall us in the Southeast. The early I 1 county are good, and a number of Highland, April 10.-Mrs. Oleeta I Rev. Butler tilled his regular/ I '- t"'--i''

t infestation in these sections may be herds are being inoculated against Cribble and Mrs II. Wimberly at- pointment here Sunday. ap- I I '''_""

comparatively: light, but even here it |j cholera. I Itender the Ponce Do Leon celebration ,, Miss Pearl Crawford entertained is w 1T -

is believed l there are enough weevils I{ CLIP WOIUi" AMMAL'S: I at St. Augustine Thursday, Friday the young people with a social last

likely to emerge to cause serious. I[ -- and Saturday. I Wednesday evening. A large crowd at- Jo 31 3AI

damage under average weuther conditions I Work aiiinvils should be clipped in F. Y Dickey, of Gainesville, was a tended and reported a pleasant time. I

' if control measures are nut spring 1 us soon as danger from cold business visitor here Thursday. I I Miss Carrie Belle Brown, of Lake .N sx saJ9

used. Thu department, therefore, weather is over. Otherwise they are I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bennett and '! Butler, spent the week-end with her ,

joins. the association and other agencies apt to take cold at night." Horses and Mrs J. A. Starling were visitors to parents, Mr anti 1 :Mrs. J. T. Brown. ;

in recommending that farmers I mules with lung hair do much sweat Marke !Monday Mr.\ and Mrs J. T. Brown were I

secure in advance u supply of calcium ling on warm duvs. Leaving the work I F. D. Lang and Chas. George maden kuests f Kov'. and Mrs. Butler Sun- '

arsenate and if necessary machines i animals at night with a thick wet business trip to Jacksonville Monday lay_ afternoon :

for applying it so that there may be I coat of hair hm, about the same effect i :.Ir. and, Mrs. Noah Taylor, of I I

no cliriiy in applying poison to the I us leaving them with a wet blanket '' K.; Carter and Richard Carter visited orthington! Springs, were guests of \EltriCAL 17 A girl's name.

cotton when needed to check weevil on. Their skin being open when left Starke Tuesday. \ir. and Mrs: H. C. Peoples Sunday. I 1. Any small succulent fruit. 1 1a. A wager.

W- damage. The association states that warm, they soon, lose the heat of II C. Wimberly, Jr., was a visitorto CASES --. 2. Associate of Arts (abbr.). 19. To desire something anxiously
it has found no proprietary mixture work and are apt to take cold. i Jacksonville Friday. AfAI.Nsr I'IUEST I 3. A fruit consisting of a kernel 21. The loop in a lasso.

"c',! or boll weevil poison that has merit I Of course a horse or mule should I I Miss Carrie Starling, of Lakeland \M' IIlf.Gl (jJUrll.\1 I enclosed in a woody hell. 23. To fasten.

comparable to the standard calciumarsenate. not be clipped as long as there is I.arrived! Friday for a visit with her llll((MOWN OUT BY COL'Iir: 4.& A mug for beer. |12-; & A Bibical character.

danger of cold unless /good warstables m 'grandfather, S. J. Starling, and other Cross City, April 5. An adult person of the female 0 25. Featured vertebrate animals.
Following the
Method of ApplicationThe are available. i relatives acquittal of John II. Windburn .ex. ,,': 27. Another form of arise.
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so-called "government" dust In case it is not possible or advisable o is Miss Ethel Wilkinson, of Miami, terduy of a charge of murder in con-yes- I' 6. Public Conveyances (plural ab,). :. 29. Answer (abbr.).
ing method is now universally con to clip animals, specialists of spending several weeks with rela- nection with the disappearance 7.\ point of the compass reversed. ,' 30. The organ of hearing.

ceded to be the most reliable and the Florida College of Agriculture I tives. I''Lewis Barker, a negro, Judge Mallory of I 8. Worn out. 32. Steamer (abbr.).

1' profitable method of applying calcium recommend, that they be fed a ration 0 Cyrus Hoover, of Starke was a F. Home nolle pressed similar- 10. Possessed. 33. No good (slang).

arsenate after cotton has: reach that will help them get rid of the business visitor here Monday. charges against E, G. Priest and 12. Coming together. I o 31. A kind, of boat

ed the fruiting stage. Dusting by this surplus hair. A bran mash once a NEGRO IlISFKNCillSB- Thomas W. Higginbotham, convict, 14. Opposes. 38. An adult.
method should begin when about t 10 week little 16. Couples. 37. A native oriental drum of
or a linseed meal twice a ACTVETHEK3 FIGHTEl camp "whipping boss," who will be as
per cent of the squares are being week will start them to shedding. I given his second trial in June on 18. Used in the Phillipinea as war India.

punctured and continue until the ;I Paso Texas, April 3.-A statute ; charge of murder resulting from the a weapons. 39. Small srystals of ice falling in
weevils are under control. This use REUSED! 111 LLETIISSl I 'Fl: > ON passed by the Texas legislature in alleged fatal whipping of Martin 20. A color. Irregular flakes.

ally mound at least three. applicationsat SVISI.MA; ORANGES; IN FLORIDA as courts by negroes barred from voters bert, North Dakota youth, in a con-Ta- [j22. Over (contraction) 40. Clear.c .

the rate of five to seven pounds' : of f "Satsuma Oranges in Northern I has resisted three attacks in Tex- i, vict camp at the hands: of Higginbot ,25. Front hair cut straight across.

calcium arsenate per acre for each and Western Florida" is the title of as courts by negroes barred fromvot- ham. Higginbotham was convicted of 26. Lines of Union

application. In case of a heavy ruin a new bulletin just issued by the Agricultural ing in a primary election by the new second: degree murder at his first 27. Crude Tartar. COLD AND G A I TADE
within 24& hours after any applicationit I Extension Division of I:i law 1, 28. Did wrong. DROIL OORS
should be repeated immediately. I I University of Florida. It is a revision' The law specifically bars negroes : trial.Winburn was the second of six defendants -131., Skill.f3.1. T E M E E R MID fi
Poison should be applied when the of a previous bulletin on that subject I I' voting and it Is not held to be at odds tried in the Barker case. W. An inclination of the head. TAR
air is calm and plants are moist. Only and is by !H. G Clayton, author of with the 15th amendment to the national G. McCrane also was acquitted. An Australian bird. I N G A TN/

dusting machines especially constructed the previous bulletin, who is thoroughly I constitution: which provides Conspiracy charges, however, were I,137. A preposition. I cI RACER N
for dusting cotton should be used. familiar with satsuma growing that a negro cannot be barred from filed today against Higginbotham I,:,38. A state on the Atlantic Coast NAVE R TILE

Stop the poisoning when weevils ar Sunder in Florida. exercise of the ballot because the and Priest in connection with Bar- I (abbr.). RA GET ME

control: until weevils again be This bulletin contains: valuable courts have held that the Democratic ker's death, and the two were released -i I HORIZONTAL LENA E OPAL

come: so abundant that 15 to 20 per pointers on selection of a grove site, primary is not an election. on i2,500 bond. Court was dismiss I 1. An edible seed. A
cent of the ed today for the 2. To force away by voilent twisting GAPER ITTE
squares are being pane setting trees, cultivation and fertilization ing should write term. j 0
to Director
Agricultural 9. The ED
I original Me NNETED5
tured Farmers are urged to learn to insect and disease control writer.
make accurate infestation counts and packing and shipping, and other ville Extension Division, Gaines- ne Quinine That Docs Not Affect ne bead. j 111. Royal Marines (abbr.). DOE BIDE
use this method of determining the 'peers of the satsuma industry. as- and ask for a free copy of Bulletin THE Br.UM BROMO. nf ,Its Ionic and fSbMil' effect LAXA-I 113. Groups enlisted in sports. i ENG MERRv lN
I ( ,
uma Oranges in Northern rail be oleo 114. A New
extent of weevil damage as a guide i in Those interested in satsuma grow- and Western Florida." -) to by.t'b'.s.without t-W IKOYLS raunind' n=wiwiobojrU2 15. A corded England material.State (abbr.). | TEn RAY R ENS

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o e e o 0 0 o nOLI. WEEVIL lhu i> two certain. lu.lumrnt thrrrln pendlnn -

I i. FLORIDA I I'ROSrECTS FOR 1925: wherrln thf itUvne nnnk ut Kalford. arori'onitlc.n
I WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL li the I'ln ntllT, unit 11. B. Dial
] REVIEW and B D. "'RI. .napootlvi-ly. are the Defendant
'.' "' lI [ Rural School News .1 United States Uupartment of Agriculture *, and which two Judgmenta appear on
: [Th; Bureau of Entomology. I cord I In Juilnmtnt Book No. 1, on D..... 15
,: I. and HI.' rrapeetlt fit.. of ho I'uhllo Record of
;, .. yt. i un..1.1I Stuart $::\0,000 theatre of 40()- I Southern Insect Investigation 0,1I, Union County Florida.' a ewrttlled copy of

: ..... 'M'.. .u.n..wo+wa$ I \ I ( capacity, to be erected at.trl'et tu Laboratory, Tullulah, La. I Illy Maid two udiinii'tiU brine recorded 'In rVreign.luilununt .
and research. Men are enteringthe Osceolu .. and Olympia place. I I look No. 1 on paitea 200 and 210, i4
methuds of marketing tion B. K. Com)
,i \, ", Improved I ( ) n.ixcthely. tif thv Public Hecordii of Brad
,. ,I farm products are among the essentials ranks as teachers In increasing \ The Ilureul of Entomology of the ford County. "Moild. I hate levies upon
,, I TitUBvillo will offer for Mia and aell the inn. '
: : to hlgheat
$500,000 bond issue
e'\ number of students -
school numbers. The men '
to more liberal support United State Department of Agriculture -
l bat bidder for eaah (the undivided Interest of
r, ,k\,4: ;; 1 and consequently to good schools for enrolled in teacher-preparing coursesin voted for civic improvements. has just completed the annu- the .and; U. R. Dyal h'if'D. Opal l. In the v

It : .J l"\ ( *. ... J.,1' country children, according to addresses normal schools and teachers colleges I al examination made for the purpose following*., to-wit property: ,;, County; Flor.Id .
/4,t\ / and discussions at the De- during the last biennial for Jacksonville\ --Wood* Lumber & of determining the survival of boll' The Northwvet quarter of Southweat quarter -

\M.,' ., ..H.4..L J IrJj partment of Rural Education which which statistics have been completedincrl'as..d Manufacturing Company to open mill (I weevils in Spanish moss. The examinations eurpt in aerre c.ir the went aid*: aba
J'\\ .. -.11 annual in Cincinnati over 71 cent. The percentage I with daily capacity of 30,000 feet of '' this have been the Southwell uiiarter of Southwest quarter
''I'V'' -. held its meeting per year more ox- north of branch ....1'1 8 1-2 arm In the
','<; I'y Arthur !?risbanoA3OVE February 23-26. The trend of the of men teachers increased in lumber and 200,000 laths. I''I tensivu than has been the case in the i Northweet corner In Section 2$. Townahlp. s. II'
-......---- from 18 1-2 to South rsnau 2t. otmtalnlnir 49 errs, mom orI
--- three-day discussions centered around the past four years past, including not only the usual i\ | .... Said lalo tit t eke place on the 4th due of

'j, {\' ""',\t.Id( THE iCNEES! PLRAS2 the idea of conservation. There must 22 1-2 per cent of the total number Fort Lauderdnle-65-acro tract to points around the laboratory at Tal- j I May A. l D. 1025' between the leaal hour of

oX 'tl t;f 20 MILLION! fET A :DAY: be conservation of the products and employed.The be subdivided into exclusive residential I lulah, La., but also representativepoints Hair thin, curd.t.day.aald being sale a to reitular be In rotes front dir of the of
resources of the farm itself in order field of education is not a one- I district. in extreme southern Lousiunu I I rr..I';,.,;.. door In Suirlte. Bradford Coun
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"ii'I. ? SALMON BUT NOT CmLr. F:1 that sufficient revenue may be forthcoming track agair; it offers a variety of and in South Can-Unit and Georgia. II (y, Florida. W. J. EPPERSON.

t' AN OLD DI3LE! to enable the farm family to types of occupation. ((1)) Administration I I Orlando United l Markets award The records. which follow indicate that Sheriff Bradford County Florida.Attorney .

+h -. ==--Z' .:0--: .. -_ _.- participate in the world's accumulation has added new fields for speciali contract for erection of $10,000 building as far as the initial emergence of the A. Z. AbKINIi.for rtaintlff l-3-M-o-t

of culture as well as in a realiza- zation. ((2)) Research is of growing weevil in concerned thu the southeastern -
Par'rulera of iVwuiiu i siy: t l.
i, all over tau w"rI.:: tion of higher ideals of comfort and importance ((3)) Teaching itself offers : Unities City .:-:Ten-acre; Langstontract states may expect lit least n MASTKK'S SILK

happiness. Conservation of the combined numerous new fields for specializa\ normal number, aullkent, in fact to
subdivided and !
"We.ir your s!: ..rtii'iove your to be placed on
Notice la hereby iri\en( that under
of the farm communities tion. be serious control problem from tho by
resources! a
knees and point y'rt' .I"b I.U. f market. \irttte of that certain Anal decree of foreclosure .
And the : ii U that which make up the unit of school i' The field of education is not over very beginning of the season in those made and. rendered on the IS.... day
millions of wonuu :will wear h skirts support is necessary in order that crowded. The increase in educational Fort Lauderdtile--Contract to be Melds nearest to hibernation helter. 'of Judge March.' of the D.Mlti l t Judicial S8. by lion.Circuit Amos acting, Low for,..

sq short as to be lilly and paint these may be tapped and distributed facilities to meet the needs of a growing awarded for Fort Lauderdale Club I From Alabama westward however it and Iniittad of Judo A. V. Long of the

their cars without los of lime. to the best advantage. Last but not :I population demands more workers. : building. is evident that a lighter infestation ''I I.'Kliihth>d l in. that Judlral to, ruin Circuit rauae..Florida.wherein Tn.d.;.*<|unlmI .I'edernl --

Also the eyelids aro to bo stained least, there must be conservation of The development of better standards i will prevail on the average, with the I.n".1lA"k of Columbia, a corroratlon,

dark brown or bloc the c 'd:'. the children's educational interests in education demands more adequately Fort 1'le'ce--Work started on Installation possible exception! of tliu oxuremo I In complninnnt.' and. Roy Roberts et at. are
fendnnlj. .
(the ,
iinderalirned rifer for
curled and the irtKi of the utrite I
through a professionally administered trained workers. nf new storm and sanitary Gulf Coast regions, but it is also evident isle and will roll to elm hliihuat bidder for

stained bn-ht red. school or school system as rt'prc-I| Community Building In Virginia newer nyntonu. that this infestation is going to 'I rant Stark' ). In nrnilford front of (the'.-"nl,Courthouae. ..In'hl..11 door MonIday ,In-

rented by intelligent centralizationof A community must lift itself by Its I bo very abnormally "spotted." the 4lll day of May A. U. W2, daring

in Isonslble the units of taxation as well as own bootstraps. That is the keynoteof l1kannpyTWl'ntyroom brick hotel A peculiar combination of conditions I tho teirnl hoiira of unit for the purpo.e ofI
short skirt .
The reason, I atinfylnii Hid foal decree. the '. .II"wln"al
to be erected here. I
a step toward cumin >.\ the consolidation of school units. the Cooperative Education Association -I last summer and fall prn.luc.1excel'dinlCly deerrthed n eelati', 1 lying and twos. in

%- r...a, and away from microbt Longer Terms for Country School* ,, of Virginia as sounded in its Ycro$100,000 road-building variable crops of weevilsto Itrnclfnnl County. Hnrldn. to-wit:
pro.gram North half nf Southwest
aid curs when natural! (fndica The gradual lengthening of the latest annual report which says that to be launched. I go into hibernation and It"iII quarter of Etouthweet quarter quarter :; Houthiiuit Southwent --

good blood condition. But for .vo- term for rural schools in nearly all the genius of the organization is to probably bo found that regions of quarter of Northwest quarter and Snuth1 !

men to wear skirts that would loo'' the States is one of the encouraging develop the citizen and the community I. Fort Pierce-.10,000 bond issue I heavy infestation will be Hvpurated by 1 we weal.t quarter quarter, of nil Suulheaiit In Section. quarter 10. Township of Nnrth

foolish on a child paint anlfc"Ihealth I facts of the past few years. In 1912 I, from within, and not superimpose planned for construction of II 1 miles I only a few miles from regions of very I I,8..Ulh. Knntiii'I East containing 170 acrea

on their ears, curl their the length of the school from without. of road ten I light infestation. Under such circumstances A. ?. ADKINSSpvttlal I ,
lashes and color their tv slid, thattlel'ms average year Home plan and bridges. Moot."
too much. riot :'..cr, bId for all the State school systems in ':, The Association promotes better 1 tho main thing for the farmer I R M. JOHNS

of It all there ia i divine wisdom, tin eluding city and country schools, was schools, roads, recreation, health West Palm Boach-Building permits to consider is tho amount of wcevlln Solicitor for Complainant. 4441.11.1NOncE |

doubtedly. \\\num Is on her.v.i. 158 days. Apparently the average farms homes, citizenship, and community I Untied during present year, total present in his neighborhood immediately or 4uAltniw SUB: 11\1') KIC.VL

to some grand destiny I t Let us n1-> length of term in the cities large and leadership. It works under l 1039330. before frost lust fall. Minimum I I tMTAlKNolle. :

terv'i and admire, but not crltlci.'e :.;-. small was 182 days, leaving 131 days the direction of the Governor, tho temperatures for the winter huvo been ..'Inh"f'r: ulvi-n that the underalitnedinn
I F.ustill-$125.000 to be spent for : ; tarl Thomaa and: Klala.
as the average for the rural schools state departments, higher Institutionsof fairly high, certainly not below normal '
new school buildings I 'I'homna Minor twin of II II. Thomaa, dueeaacd -
wealth including country villages. In 1920 learning and a group of citizens.Its and us a consequence, survival will. apply llnnornlde A.
estimate the un- 1-: 1n
der" ground can in this country. Tho the average length of term had Increased machinery of organization Includes I Okahumpka :..- Twelve hundred I among those weevils actually in hibernation tfinnllner.I iMnrlda.;; on County the UMh ,day. i of>f April liradfonl lillio 1 County.at; 10:

Borland Oil Company strikes a new. to 162 days for the United senior and junior leagues and a acres of watermelons planted hero hits evidently (wen fairly .I o'clock a m for an ontor to ill at private' ,

oil well in its Colorado territory. States, or approximately 183 days Bounty council\ whoso object Is to'', this year. II I high and emergence is going to bo '' unlit: f..lh.wh all tinIntiniit dcecribeil' of landM the. laid attuate minors and lyInu In'tlio .

The roar of the gas rushing out, city und Ill days for rural schools.In bring the workers of the county Into largely determined by local abundance In llradfiird ('....nl,. Stale of Hurlda tot A..

twenty million feet a day, cu.. be 1 1J22! the average for all the States closer cooperation.It Orlando-Hotel to be erected on of weevils entering hiberna- wit : ..'

board for six miles. If gas were had increased to 161 days, 183 days has grown from n few leagues In 'e Washington street at cost of tion in the fall. RouLhraHt quarter of Suutheant quarter I .
thousand which Orel Ion Three (ISI. Townnliln Six (81.) Mouth \
dol'ar ,
worth one a for city schools 145 for rural and 100 to In senior 100000.. Tn while tho
ronfiscatory and 1,833 1921{ -1,302 summarize emergencewill of KntiKe Twrnty Kant.:
price Is called," how"a much cheap would that wel, country village schools. Special reports -' anti 531: junior. Its membership Is St. \ bo fairly low throughout! n largo I I I \rriK' 1 M.fIrNAnHAN.fur lull Minor, ,firOunrdisn

yield In money ? made to the Rural Schools Division ((52,575-37,107 senior and 2r.lCia junior Petersburg $123,000 ware uortion of the territory examined, it Instill .Till. 2llh day of March A. I). mil./ i ""

(rat : __ of the U. S. Bureau of Education Last year the junior and senior house to be erected at Second, streetland high enough so that with summer I' s- -.t-4-S II 1 i iI
It 1 from about 60 per cent of the leagues together! raised $105,12.; for { avenue. weather favorable for weevil multiplication -
Y M; And the wealth in the ground is county superintendents for the year local Improvements. Most of this I Titusville Florida fast: Const serious damago will develop ,I C'rnlitora' and Mil peraone ....,nor elalmaaualnut ',

''a W: perhaps less than the wealth in the 1921 Indicate that the rural school money was spent upon the public railroad starts work and the Lent which may ho exported the Eats uf Holwrt P. Jonra. late of
on new passenger llrailford Count v. Florida, dcraesd, will
t ti| air. Floating above every faim, term is now about 118 days The increase schools. The reports show that these station. is that tho farmer will have at prenent their etalmN' duly" authentlrateil to '.reS .

M; waiting to be taken out and used is largely due to the growth of gifts cover about every phase of I least an Initial advantage In the early the undrralKned' atlmlnUlrntor.' within one tJ y
Fiva! is enough nitrogen to fertilize year or th.*y will ho fortwur bared,, and all !!
; S, We consolidated schools and the school Improvement from furnishing Hermnndo-Six new dwellings to season In his fight against tho weevil.In I peraona Imlilitcd. to aald K itato are reqiimted '
such farms. buy nitrogen
'S* many hauled all the way from South strengthening of the schools in coun- a broom to guaranteeing a school be constructed on Lake front proper- northern Leiuslumt n total of I I I to forthwith.pay their paid ji'lita to the Adtnlnetrator "

America, and there are billion of try villages which serve a good percentage board $1,200 for the 1021-25 school I ty. 2,25R: pounds of moss at sixteen points w. J. Kppmaov: : :

!, of it above our hand of the rural population. However budget. Either through public meetings I in Madison, Tenses and Kichland I A"lnl.Iatn of the f:'tal. of Hubert P.

3 even the one-room schools Inmost I or material accomplishments, Wauchula-New high school building Parishes was examined; in southern .lonre.IDth IH'lay paiicd.Thla of. March 1025.

of the States are receiving the :3,787 pieces of definite work were reported -I equipped with radio outfit to be Louisiana 782 pound were collectedIn s.20.0t-5.15

I:; The Supreme Court decides that benefits of the somewhat longer term. I for schools health roads constructed here. Lafayette and St. Landry parishes, ; I NOTICE' DEIITOICH: ANI CIIKDITOH'S

1" the game and fish act is constitutional. In 21 States the one-room schools are agriculture, civic and recreational I In the southeastern states 2. 47ft ij
The National Govermen Ilrailenton-Building permits issu- j I Cri-illtom nnd, nil pi>rnon. having elalniaaualnRt
open 160 days or longer> in 14 States Improvement. The A,, oclation Is represented forty-nine point in Florence the Ketntu nf Andruw M Rolllna. Inte
led during first months of 1025\)
therefore has power, where game 110 days but less than 1GO, In 8 financed by the state and by donations two Allenilale and \\lor'h..stor counties of Uradford County: Florida; dneraned", will'
and fish are conc m..d, to protect States .totaled $351; ,000. present th *lr clnlnia i duly authenticated to Inniindrralirned
120 but less
S days than 110 and ] from various corporations and indi- South Carolina, and Decatur and, Adinlnelrntor within one year or '
the interest of the people.i' din r> states the one-room schools have vldualt. Its 'receipts for the past year Sebrlng Machinery received forPeoplu's Lowndcs counties, (Georgia Tho following they will be forevrr barred., .nI.1I penoneIndi'hti'd

The Monterey Fish Product Company terms of 1 less than 120 days. amounted to almost 21000. I i tee & Manufacturing Co.'s tabulation shows the outlineof their. odd.to drlita nalil' is Kitate:, tho are Administrator requreted to forthW pay.
discontinue turning -
must now Consolidation of Schools a ironing; What (Hook" Ho Children I.ike? plant.Punedin. results of the examinations since '
.' into fertilizer fish At for human
RAYMOND If. KOM.IN1.Admlnlnlinlor .
Now that there library the' records were started In 1915 I
faa Tendency are many more I : nf. Andrew' M. Kolllni, dureaa.I. .
r Country schools in the United booki to put into children's -$500,000 worth of street 101C 10.0 -.I.

States are being centralized with reasonable i hands than there were a few years work to be under way within short 1016 21.0 I Tl.li. 12th day uf Marsh A. D. I"JH.llHdt84NOTICB I II

What about an act that would and Increasing interest has developed time. I
rapidity increasing intelligence ago lilt) ? 8.0 -" -
, prevent exploiters elf child labor! in hooks which OP sei nrn, ELECTIONS:
t and foresight. According to giving children the for I 1018 1.7
lives into dividend I Bradenton Between $20,000/ and I --
turning -
young estimates recently made in the Bureauof j I they will core AO much that they will 1010 4.0 fly: the power veiled 'In them by the 1.._
and grinding up nhlldrop Ir.to $30,000: to be spent during present of futile Inntnictlnn of
Education of the Department of only enjoy them but from n taste 11)20) nf Florida thi moan rIlledforl
profits? Isn't that roeae; than year, for advertising purposes.PalmettoDuilding 0.5 roiinty. l rrihy ends I'loetlona to beheld
salmon into fertilizer the Interior approximately 0 million\ for reading! many others. IV21 22.0 on Tuesday Aiirll, HH at the nohoolhotmra
grinding good childen of the farm population and 3 Superlntnedent Carlton W. Wash- I 1023\) 'In thi'lr rmipnctlve dl.trlcta numliarednnd .
TThe permits issued 127.0 I nameil l 10..1...w and ai">polnta' manavera fur' ,
million additional rural children livingin burn, of Winnetka, Illinois, Is makingn from January I to March 12, totaled 1023 10.0 iiald. elccllona. ( aa fullowatNo. ,

small villages and other farm com- study which will offer much necessary I $100,000.I ( 1921 0.5 ; I ThrrnM' manaaera, O. W. HIPMfl. ,f f' 'I i
Supreme Court was not .able I> W. MiMim, R R Swindle
the : .fan munities, in all 12 million children information contributed chiefly. 1025 (Northern Louisiana) 0.0 No A l.awtry, innnaifera. T. J. Terry. TrttbyValnwrliiht.
to uphold constitutionality ( are enrolled in schools which may by the children themselves. Hy means ,[ Tampa-Conta-t"warded;; for construction 1025: (Southern Louisiana) 31.0 A. II. (Ifarley.No .
act to protect children although 7 llronklyn. ninnaui-ra, R. .Ilelberger.. .
certain so-called "raiJK-al" justices properly be called. rural. These schools of a standard test the reading ability of Cass and PUtt street 11)25 (Ga. and S. C.) 31.0 I' .1. I'. 1'.1"eta John inner, Rr.No .

on that bench did uphold it. arc classified as follows: One-teacher nf each child is first determined. With bridges; work to be completed Dcrem- The first figure for 11(25\ that is, ', W Harry.H IlradforA Wade) lUrrell.....n"a".'... Wm. n.,...". O.

However our highest court does schools of which there were at the the results of this test as a !guide her B, the one noted, as "Northern Louini-1 I No, II Kcll.'X. manner,. J. I.. Und ,hlll. O.
close of 1921: about 108,000 enrolling books are allotted, by the research 'ana" mrml 5' Croihy, Colonel Cruuby.N .
end a way to protect fish and game. i Key West' -$2ttflO,000 bond Issue compare accurately with >,. 10 Vanderbilt, mnn......,. L. L. Connor
approximately four and three-fourths experts to the children according to voted 1 for construction of those for proceeding years; while thenother j I IJ. C. Alvaret, \'. M. Norman.No .
million children! \ ; two-, threeand their reading. ability. The books are highway records lire for contrast in other IK I llcllliroii. "'..na....... N. D. Oran, J. ''

About a hundred years ago, in foiir-U nrher schools in the open selected from the American Library | from this city to mainland. regions where comparative recorelnfor I I. No I'nrnwnlrr.III lll.lnir.D.manaKrra Reildlah., Tale Crosby Bubt.HaUliip. .

a Vermont log cabin, a.young country enrolling on the same date Association's list or other lists compiled I I I Wildwood Grower! Express past yearn have not Lean Kl.liU: Norman.No. .

mother read to her children old approximately one and one-half mil- by experts in the selection! of Company completes construction of able. aVail-j loan. D.17 M.llonltlraln.Moore, JrtFr manaKera.....' Wm. Cola-

Bible stories, about the whale that his lion children; schools in villages of children's reading.! These books are I!j, :loo-ton ico plant.StuartOpening. In conclusion the L. w. KCELITE4: ,,
swallowed Jonah Elijah and I Chairman.387814al:
500 and then graded the basis of
under enrolling approximately on ballots wishes to again! point out that these II II WKlfllNS.'
fire the tree that ?
of and
chariot fig two and one-fourth million\ chil- cast by the children as follows: ) of St. Lucln Inletto records are 'mi-rely indications of the <'"..nl' Hum' "rlnleliilrnl.
withered under Divine rebuke. ,
dren; consolidated schools enrolling Each child is asked to write the start at once; estimated cost of preliminary infestation of weevils NOTICR TO lllliliKHSHrali.d: '

approximately two and three-fourths title, author. and publisher of the project 1000000. which may lie expected to emergu

That mother was poor and all! : million children, and three fourths ofa book and place a cross before one of "I Green Cove New MlawoodI from hibernation and do not IndicateIn of Prated llond TrualKva 101,.'. will of Im. Rradfonl reeeUml County by the, Plnrlda.'Hoard' "

her people: were poor and ours wasa million rural children enrolled in the following captions: One of the Springs- any way the Html damage which at the office >if the Hi cn>lary of the Board, ..tHlnrk.
and nation then. bent books I have Ii I Park subdivision being thoroughly .. M>,rlda, until 10:oo ...01.... a. m.. Apr l l14th.
young poor schools of the larger towns and in rend; a good bonk developed. may be expected for the season Certainly : >nose, and at Hint lime publlely opened
The old Bible from that log cabin others not Included in above classifi- like it; not so very interesting; I do i there in no indication which ru,.
carefully: wrapped was taken to cation. It also estimated not like it. In addition each child could be ONE': nOAO MACIflNR: WITH KIGIir: FOOT
up, i M that there \\'eb"tel'-Prt'"ent cucumber acre- in any way construed as n III.AIiK. TltACTOU ",'rrfI.; lli.l.l.. will berequired
the brond. platform before the Capi are approximately 1.10,000 teachersnow marks one. of the four following captions avi- largest in history of district. reason for relaxation in tho fight to fiirnlall complete apaelfleatlnna of
! tol.) With his hula on that Bible Too Just the itiHclilne, hhl.." 'Ihi- price f. o. b.. Mtarkeid
employed in 14,000 consolidated : easy; about right; a against tho boll weevil.! date of ilnllvery.Th .
Calvin (' )o\idge\ swore to do his schools in the United States. That little hard; too hard. Ilaines City-Citrus Growers' Association --- -- -- .hil(form: re *rvra tha right to rlxt any I,

duty as President of the Unlt<'<1 these children are receiving educational From the 40-50 ballots required for buys /15-nero tract for construction and .11! b.-la.. m. S. MATTIIEWS

States. He is the grandson of the advantages superior in quality each hook the Winnetka research office of $75,000 packing plant. Furniture Polish Chairman: .

New England woman that oirned to those generally afforded by the determines the reading ability For na excellent/ 1 in ulttinrj.ll'. h mix C.Bocretary.A. FUTC. S-ia-Ot-i-IO
the Bible 100 I\1faml-I./iOO.ClOO I / hotel
years ago. small i isolated schools of the one-, which appears to be necessary to result apartment together half a eju.irt each of turpHOln .

twoand three-teacher type is gener- In enjoyment of any particular covering approximately 13 acres on iiurafnii, vlt. .. II' mid uiemln' lui .edjilrlt OICIiKIt' Stilt I'CItL1ChlION

This is the land of opportunityand ally acknowledged. Wherever feasible book : It is hoped that by September waterfront to be started within 30 In it. pint ti..til! I... Win n In uau"hake In Circuit Court Rlithth Judicial Circuit.Hradford i

growth. What will It be in there is a tendency, growing in 1025.! : it will be possible to publish A days. well mul. "I"| iokl. It (hire on a County Slate' of Florida In Chanaery. //I''
years to iom!, if the 112,000,009 strength and extent, to consolidate carefully graded, carefully selected I Clearwater Guaranty Title A: i.ore.; '! ] i David Strong Ciimvlalnantva. ;

new hero ", nal! hard and hopefully small rural school list of from 500 to 1,000 books for Trust Company, to build I story home. I: I Oenra-la Htrona' Defendant "-
!! a* men and women did in thed children. This list valuable the'
should affidavit appended to
prove -- -- ------ i It appearlna-
More Worker needed in Broaden --KI"hl--: ;;
,f of Calvin Coolldge'a grand.raoLb a to teachers and NOTICR!: IK ELECTION: C. hill fllMlin: the al,.,vr-atatrd .roes that Oaor-
J. W.
ing Field supervisors Johns 'tlii defvndant therein named la annnraldcnt
\ ..r. W. W. ". .. .. : via Htrnntf.: *
children. nf the Htate of Florida, and thanaldence
Six time TO THE!: m)M i> OK prni.fr INSTRUC
n boys and girls
many Mr T. J. flrlffln
ruiN OF RRADFOItM COUNTY la unknown and la over the ana of
will be graduated! from the IWo r J. drirrinM It I. therefore ordered that
public twenty.one
I I i r '" ; ": th(> undMnltfnpd' taxpayer nf fltarka /
schools this ,,......1 tax Mhnol" dlntriet.. hereby petition D. Walnwrl.ht' aid. non-reald lUfi-ndant be and I. hereby
high year as were a quar- I I- 14 .u t i it'j1 ,..u, .board to eall an election to annex aaat W. J. Epperaon required' to "pH.| ar to the bill of complaint nl.',1!
ter of a century ago. Then what? "L'q:: ; 1 : T'ni' :: ', half nr lection eleven lection twelva and (1. A. Gardiner In aald. caiwe on or heron Monday tha 4th ,
I ,., thirteen and .. half J. W. White' day. nf M.I D. 1025 otherwlae the alleaatluna .
SEABOARD TIME: TABLEIn Forty-six per cent will continue their "rengrel .vrlplnVetlvgfuritabltr! ( .t of fourteen township 0. W. WhiteS. of cald. hill will be taken .. eonfweedby
1. Month 21 eaet alun half of
goa4ipauan. U .tli'.i!i lUlU ranite wet aaa- L. Peek
fMuniMUf! ,
education: 112,000 will enter college t'one and cald defendant.
should be taken fe.eian! f for 14 to 21 clays sal aeven eight township 1 south rangeU If. C. Hash It la further. ordered. that this ender ta oub-
( effect November 16, 1024.) and 50.000 will enter other Institu- to induce regular! action. It Stimulates and 1:. K. Perryman J. H. hitch fished once week for eight eonaeciltlva wish.In .
tions. Guidance should be given themto R. B.. n. W. Snella-rove the Bradford County Televraph.. a nawetaper -
Pleasant Take. 60c Knight
SouthboundNo. to M. Thomaa pubHabxl. In laid County ana Blate.ha .
A. F. Orlffta
assist in choosing and preparingfor bottle '
oer J. r. KlekllUr February 1181h. I t21.a.
1 reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m. f.E. Kdwardfenrownlee> J. II ALDERMAN
that vocation for which they are ----- ---- f" Wllllama W. v

No. 3, 11:02 a. m. best adapted and in which they can To Stop a Cough Quick W. W.W. ]n.f. Perkins Perkins By Clerk C. A.Circuit Knight, Court. 1

No. 21, Cedar Key 6:00: p. m. render their greatest fields of serviceto take (HAYES' HEALING: HONEY u J.W. M.H. Alvarea Edwards K SJ. Matthew Deputy Clerk.

No. 7, Limited, 2:16: p. m. society. cmigh mcme! which stout the couch, by r. C. Holllnwwortli M.Mm.Htemberw II. W. Carlton D.Solicitor F KNIGHT for Complainant ....t".1

NorthboundNo. Education offers, one of the great- healing lli-. inflamed\ and irritated tissues.A A.. A.J. JohneonR. H........ T. N. """rl."
box or (,I est fields of service. The teacher is John U
reaches Starke 4:15 EdwardaJ.
2 : a. m. SALVE f Ch O.! .. K.-.d O.lda and D. C. .inns *
r -t : .
entrusted with (1)) and O, Itord
preserving claim
reedit. and alt, having
No. 4 4:26 J. W. SSonraa peons
: p. m. those of the Croup is iriclusi. ''I with every bottle ofHAULS' A. M. Darby aa-alnat the slag of Mary flopkln.' late of
No. 20, Cedar Key 8:50: a. m. passing on experiences \ Hr.AII..G; I1O.NSY.:; the salvo tCA.W. A. L. AlrareaH. Bradford County ."'''.1.. ileceaaed" will pmt I1
race most worth while and (2) directing should te -ub.jt'. on tiM cheat ai.ti luoat 'Kit, O. Mason sent their stains' duly authenticated te Ih.und..n' .
No. 104 Limited 6:17 I
: p. m. the development of the latent abil of cli.:''ir-r. stjfti.riuit from a Cold or C.oup.TheflKillnl J.,. ,,*, *, J.IL W.A. Preaeott Edwarda eteautor. and eaaaulrl barr .L withinone
they will be forever
Wannee Qula-ley year or
BranchNo. ity of each child in order that he may 'ff't of I'.yea' Keallnd r'.mey In- tT.. eireen CoIO-"-." And alt paiaona i tadetad 'o aald Vitals are
101 leaves Starke 7:40 a. m. make his fullest contribution to socie ode the tbroat combined with the? ....IarI.-. .-f A. X. Adalna required to par th" I. aid' debu to the aaaaator .
No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15 m. (.rove O-P. .Ttau &. .. through, tae _.. of ""'" a.... SIILBIIV'a. MALt!: and eieautrl* forthwith.
p. he skin won tep* ". ThU leth Day of IUI.
(Daily except Sunday) ty.Women are becoming better pre Both remeiile ::coin; In ana canon and the ? ..' RunwhWH. NotteII to hereby alun l that under and br F'.hrwrIIOLOy: DW.: I
coat of the comMacd treatment la 35c. R. "' .t'ii rime of time two certain Writs ef Kaeeutlem. Pveautor. 'i
T. J. GRIFFIN, pared for and are entering more than Just ask your druggist for HAYES' r. W Haifarm "learn out nf and under the Real nf the KATZ LtVINOrriON.EteaulH' .

Ag-eaL heretofore the fields of administra HEALING UJ."F'V Aldrrmaniatt"'t. Circuit; Court of Bradford' O.unlr. Florida, on .- : *


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Bradford sion, was in Tallahassee when news voice that once spoke in the bereaved the stir of springtime the morning
;" ( County!r TelegraphPublished a! of his daughter's death reamed him. home"of Jairus, "Fear not, only bu- rapture of the bird orchestra, but
-Plant Courier
7 City lieve. greater for the resurrection hope

: wcolilv and .-nter.d as -oBRUOKER- We visit the place ut secret strug born on that far-off, Irst Easter! Sun ;
," gle. A life entangled in the meshes ,day when with its dawn, Christ ..... -..s.CR.
jteeond class matter at the post j I lof sin has awakened S
to of its
sense arose, and ! office at Starke. Florida. Brooker, April 10.-Mrs. T. P. Ward (I peril and its ruin. The power of habit satan vanqu: ::1e.j. I

=-., I und daughter, Stellamae Ward, were 'seems unbreakable. But up from the On that blessed Easter! Morn the
.. B. MATTHRW8.______--______----ouea. shopping in Alachuu Thursday. (contrite heart goes the prayer for black grim barred gates of death

I. C. BOUIN8ON.-____....M.n..ln Editor. :Mr. and Mrs Hogan Smith and help. The fetters are broken the Lur- swung back and the glory and light

I children and W. S. Nabb, all of Samp- den in gone, the soul Is free. That is from the Lord of endless light and I are invited to meet

PUBLISHED EVERY FIUOAY sun City, were thu guests of Mr. and not the achievement of a dead and life poured through the gate of death. "
Mrs L. Morgan Sunday. I vanished Christ. Yei lie is present of Our Christ is now crowned with [lie Globe I J"lalti'whowill

-- --- :Miss Eliza Dukes, of Dukes, will be whom Whittier sang: life to die no more.

r SUBSCRIPTION RATE hreilltll Wednesday with friends i "Loved of the Father, thy Spirit is Bible study at 10 a. m. bo here

;.mdielutives. I near Communion ut 11 followed bya
'1.50 a. m.
, Per Year -- Mr. und Mrs. E. M. Haxon were To the meek and the lowly, and peni- talk on "What Does the Resurec- April /10th and 11th

q Six :Months. .- _n_. 7ficA shopping in Starke Thursday. I tent here; tion of Christ Mean to Ale?" At 8 p.

;1 .- Airs. O. G. Strayhorne and brother, '!'And the voice of Thy love is the m. Subject: "The .Resurrection and I Vtiill l, IIu I (! season's most exclusive
Aubrey Huzen of Waldo, were the I same even. now | the Future. Life" All are Invited to :

(guests of relatives here Saturday. I As at Bethany's tomb or on Olivet's attend.PREEASTER. I tail I loiT
I t ,
j brow. --- :c; -.i; i i: drapes"
( rystal Wiggins, of New lUver, "UNION SERVICES j U

win attending to business here Mon > live Blessed also." Easter Jesus message links our 1 "Ye destiny shall ,I'.i i : : ,, 'I',!j-; i 'isliions bu tI"
.day.LIULIT: Pre-Easter services will be"lnIfIxt" i I I
l with Ills own, if we love Him. What with Dr. J. J. Bullen '| "
4\ q Turner, of Alachuu, was the happened to Him will happen to us. 'preaching Wednesday in the Presbyterian church. 'I' t. ".-/ I i -- ,tut I;dl.i.cd byt
uncut of his cousin, Mack Hough Sun- .
In the presence of ills spiritual 1 The church< choirs will unite in furnishing I, I' I
ii..y.il.: greatness, His ideals His confidence: l. .( I -\ :iLOidNGCoL ( t I
the music therefore the fellowship "
x P. Gumey and G. W. fiasco, t )
n liiookur: und W. M. Moody, of La- in the reality of the Father's home, of Easter will be vaster this : I', ,_ I F.. : A T I II
i we know that we shall live forever. >
( njsie, ultc-nded. church at Shilo Sat- :year than ever before.
No. nit Hope on men and women, hope '
your 1 lie I're-Kuuter umun services will
uduy und :Sunday;
.... National Highway : \< 'is not in vain. Jesus lives shall
< M < urship in Mrs. Millie Gainey m spending a ; you dual \'.ith the sufferings! of Christ I NAT STERNBERG
.\itsociutiuiu |I live also. This is tho of
few. days at Dukes with friends and menage and the lessons of Easter. I
relatives, Easter. I One uf the greatest lessons of
Ck'iiii-up week arty: week in the I J. J. BULLEN.II.IPTiST is, that man m not a hoploss prisoner
I attending to I
Uoyco Guinvy was ,
{ cold materialism. He is above'
year. business; at Cedar Keys Saturday. u t./lClf'lrummmmlJ'lmDilllfJijllJDJlm) :llU.tlctCllWcItIOII"ItIIjJl.ItIC': : : ; : ; (:
I '
-0- i I CHURCH BULLETINThe ,! matter and greater than nature and I
Let labors during clean.up J. J. Rigdon, of Starke, was attend- '' '' k
your will ultimately master nature. I'er- i itt
week Include the removal of fences ing to business here Wednesday. services on Sunday will be of Bonallty is greater than law ami'spirit '' .
home. 1 Mrs. 14. A. Weaks was visitinj an Easter nature. The Bible school I !
around your I is more powerful than matter.
-0- )I friends and relatives in Starke I meet at 0:15 a. m., with classes for The message of the Incarnation is Your First DollarS I
Thursday I
The appearance of the courthouse all ages and. a welcome to visitors to that love is willing to take up the
L. li. Gainey was attending to
share in the social study of the Word
lawn would be vastly improved if burdens of life and sustain the child i : I
Business in Cedar Keys Thursday.Mrs. I I I
of God. 'I
iron picket fence was removed. There lof God in bearing them unto the end '
li. A. Week and Mrs. John ,
is no need for it. Take it down, com Divine worship at 11:00: with a ser- of life. i,-;:
missioners. ,,tihriver attended the funeral services !I mon by the pastor on elng Raised : The message of the Passion is that ;S!:
'of Mrs. Marcus Brown in Starke {
With Christ. There will be special love is stronger than death. |II| B.

be-I Thursday. music. i I The message of the Resurrection < ':"
Bradford does not lag
county In the evening at 7:00: the Senior, is that life is ever lord over death i
hind in school progress. The statelIuperintendent's THE MESSAGE OF EASTER Junior and Intermediate B. Y. P. U. his in a bank marks an epoch in
credits the(. : and that love can never lose own. ;
reports and i Euster is the festival of life.., It will meet. All members are asked to I I Therefore at this Easter season let i r "

county B-junior with high having schools.A-senlor high conies in the spring time of the year. Ibe I| present anti to bring others. Evening ... us think of the souls loved and gone, I i your career. From a worldly point of a

In all have in the worship at 8:00.: On Easter Sun who have passed through death and I
ages people seen "
--a awakening of nature a parable of the ,'day evening( we usually have a special the gloom of the grave and come into j view it is the "beginning of life It ij
California sent her regard: to MIami I I service for the children the
and pastor
spirit. To Christian hearts the real I the rapture of glory, j
in the shape of a twister. It message of Easter centers in Jesus.It I I has been able to secure for old and. And to this end the following sermons (I starts you on the road to saving, and saying I J5
must have originated from the volume I I of slides "Children of I
marks His conquest of death. The young a on are announced on the following '."
of hot air raised by the California All Nations." These will !i ,
brown hillsides arc clad in verdure, pictures nights: means the eventual accumulation of g
papers in an endeavor to keep 'present I the children at worship and at church '.
thu bare trees put forth their foliage, Thursday, 8 p. m. at Baptist
Californians away from Florida.: I the thorny bush blooms in roses but play: and will undoubtedly prove to subject: "Suffering Relieved by Human ,i a competence. lj|
-0- We lie of great value in giving a glimpse LoveRev. Starnes.
our gladness hud l u deeper source.
Now an authority ( ?) comes: out rejoice in the truth of these words: I of the little ones of the dilferent nations. Friday, 8 p. m. at Church of Christ i I

with the plea to women that if they "Uecuuuo 1 live ye shall live also" This announcement will he subject: "Christ, In the Realm of Start life today by opening an account l"|j
must smoke, to smoke a pipe. He This is the message of Easter- greeted with pleasure by many who Death,"-Dr. Tucker. |Ii

I might claim to be an authority on Jesus ill living, we shall live; His Have been requesting another of illustrated Saturday, 8 p. m. subject: "The"'" with b

' tobacco: : but it is evident his knowledge resurrection is the !promise und potency sermon. Sufferings of Christ from Being Forsaken J us.

i' of women is limited. of our resurrection. I:! Bring your families, friends and of God,"-Rev. W. E. Duugher- !_

j i -0'I -- Itvfore His day the hope of immortality 'visitors and your best singing voice.PRESBYTERlANf .ty, at the Methodist church. J (i.(3

Florida farmers have paid little attention was dim and uncurtain. Here I I, -- All the people are invited to attend, r

; to tho growing of turnips except and there it was cherished in its power ; and all the members of all the I -

: for family use, but the growers' by gifted souls, but for the most I We invite you to come to any, or churches are urged to be present at i

I around Starke seem to "turnup" ccnideiuMe I part men thought of the realm beyond all, of the services held in the churchon every service. j i

) : money growing them such, the grave as dark shadowy and un- any day in the year but especially The sermons will not exceed 30 i r I

eason. As u "side-kick" to homemade happy.It Invite you to the evening service minutes. |

1 bu<,on, the humble and innocent I ; was Easter morning which Sunday, April 12th. Dr. Tucker, \1st! Each church will have its regular Lawtey State Bank

turnip h"., no equal.-Times-Union. I' changed faltering surmise into glorious going to discuss something that U of Easter services as a fitting climax of j. n nI

-0- certainty. No one can clearly tell vital interest to all thinking people. i the Pre-Easter union services and ;

I For the sale of safety a marker the story of that wonderful first day I With but few exceptions all peo- 'every member should attend and I:I LAWTEY, FLORIDA

should be placed in, thu.I center of of the week. But something, happened.It ple are a good bit concerned. as to I have the shadow of death turned into a:

Call street where Court and Temple I lifted the disciples of Jesus out of what the future life may have in !'morning.UNION 'j E. S. MATTHEWS, Pre. A. L TAYLOR, Cashier Iri0ttLlltiglt0i

I intercut. Where this silent cop lei their unutterable loneliness and grief store for them and Dr. Tucker has I,
i mUsing the temptation Is to cut and transformed them into the most made this matter a life study and I t a

corners, und it is done every duy. One joyful creatures that ever trod a ''will give us the benefit of his re- The second union Temperance '.ltICl II

accident froia this cause at Templeand blade of grass beneath their fuet. In 'search work along this tine of Meeting held in the Methodist church

) Call streets should serve as suf- some way the truth was certified: to 'thought. last Sunday night was a decided suc meeting. The next meeting will be I the point of action in getting behind

ficent: winning to our town officials them-Jesus is living. I| Sunday school at 10 a. m cess. The house was nearly full of in the Presbyterian church June 7, ( law enforcement. We have a

that the marker Is a necessity. Henceforth death was transfigured.Men I Preaching at 11 a. m and 8 p. m. people with eager ears to hear what the first Sunday evening in the whole lot of good people in our town,
V -- once thought of the tomb us the Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. was said on this very important mat- month. There will be no meeting on I people who hate whisky and love law,
Four cases of operating motor abode of horror. They shrunk from it Easter: will be appropriately observed ter of law enforcement which has for the first Sunday in :May. It was and if these will unite their forces

carl while under the influence of liquor '' with unspeukuble dread. But on Easter -I with sermon and song at sometime been before the people of thought best to wait until after the I against this common enemy, Mr. No-

and one charged with reckless morning the women of Galilee ,the morning service.i our community. Several local speak- session of the Legislature at Tallahassee respect-for-law-and-order old Demon
driving have been disposed of in looked into the tomb and beheld i ST. MARK'S CHURCH I I ers were present and spoke on some before having our next meet- I Rum must go. And not only will bootleggers -

county judge's court. In addition to angels. The grave was radiant with | phase of the prohibition question. I and whisky-soaks be placed

$300 in,fines assessed two drivers celestial presences. Now we know j The services on Good I Friday will Mr. A. Wood, President of the W. C. ing.These meetings are good and are j behind bars, but our politesocietynoharmtotakeadramdrinkers -

had theft licenses revoked. Our coun- that God has madu death to be a partof beat III) a. m. and 7:30: p. m. T. U., spoke first and was followed going to have far-reaching results.A I will be

ty olliclat.of'I a're working to make the His glorious plan. "Though I On Faster Day (not Easter Sun- by Revs. Bullen, Daugherty\ Kickli- casual observer can see this much ashamed to appear in public placesI

highways und streets. safe for sane walk through the valley of the shadow day) the service will be at 7:30: p. m. ter, and Tucker. The talks were short less one who is deeply interested.Our I or on the streets among respectible

drivers and pedestrians.. of death I will fear no evil; for thou I The observance of Good Friday is I but interesting und the singing of law-abiding people are not only men and women with the offensive

2 -- art with me." becoming more common. In some tile Starke Quartet added, much to the interested, but are being stirrred. to ( odor of moonshine on their breath.
There should be no let-up in the If the river of death had swallowed churches there Is the Passion Service .

drive against reckless and drunken tlim up, if He did not cross it, and from 12 to :a p. m. It is a legal holiday -

drivers of automobiles. Had Temple) does not stand in power on thu other in many states when banks and

avenue been filled with school chil- side, men on this side cannot be helped l: other business places are closed. It

l dren Monday afternoon and other by Him, and cannot be madu to in railed Good Friday: because of the Bradford
cars going to and fro, it would have trust in Him. But "having been raised benefits of the loving sacrifice of our High

teen all tho same to that shine-con from the dead, death hath no dominion ( Lord on that (day. People are inclined

trolled car which wrecked itself. A over Him" And "blessed\)\ be Ills to observe Christmas with all Its:

merciful Providence sent the rains name!" the Easter message. floating joyful accompaniments, but they

which gave him a clear street, and over earth's remotest bound brings should stop and think at this time of School Journal

the devil looked. after his own when the unassailable promise, "Itutieve ye the benefit of Ills death. _

C the driver escaped injury. shall live also> : The offering,: on Easter Day will bo
-- The Resurrection of Jesus
meant for the Repair Fund. it RVSSEI.L ,
The Ocala and Marion county His continual presence with the disciples I __ .__ I' : I.5, Editor Sport:! Editor

friends of Mr. Eugene Matthews and and they were glad, II was to I METHODIST M.IIKRT MIZELLE ;GENE MATTHEWS +

? r family, of Starke, deeply sympathize be with them. And He is with us, i i Next Sunday "Easter: and it I is 1 Ana'atjint Kdiotr Jok. Editor
{ with them in the tragic death of their too. Nineteen centuries have passed ,
a hoped that all members friend -
daughter Jeunnette Matthews by and to all clear sighted men He and any traveling our men or strangers, WI-'II, you pass the school house each paper averaged 20 pages and The cry fur a school orchestra has

Brown, who was killed Tuesday after- was never so much a power in human who may be within our gates on that -Il'1: Howling\ credit for the clean Miss Fripp states that 30 minutes i been heard and answered-by one

,; noon in Tampa, when her car win society as He is today. On every day will be present at church. Infants iimmi. During dinner and physical hard work is required to grade each I| who gave it. The only suggestion we
struck by u train. Mrs. Brown was a hand we see the activities of our risen I
t 4.5 'i will be baptised and members received education period he always may be one. There are about 20 papers and can give, is to use a phonograph.
1 young. bride, having been married to Master. He is doing. here and now,
that for human
into the church at the beginningof seen impaling bits of paper on a at rate allowing endurance -I
Mr. Marcus Brown of Tampa, last right in Starke what Ho did in far
', the eleven o'clock service after''' stiff wire and depositing it In a and patience, natural tendencies Tuesday when the fire siren was
{ October. Mrs. Brown was driving away Galilee. In a dilrerent way, but'in which the pastor will deliver an Easter trash barrel. other work and woman's( tried out Kewple Ritch and Leo Wiggins

I alone at the time of her accident. just us real a way lie is at work''I message on some phase of the I fickleness it will be after vacation be- I almost broke their necks trying

Ocala Banner. in modern society. We visit a hospi- Triumphant Christ The union services -, Friday morning during! chapel the fore Miss Fripp completes gradingher to get out. It took such a long time
-- tal. There in the cool wards, fragant A teacher her I for Leo it into his head that
beginning Wednesday night at1 lower grades entertained with several papers. sure earns to get it
His thousands of friends throughout with !flowers, the sick are cared for. r
not fire that when he
the Presbyterian church and moving selections.Did pay. was a really
Florida sympathize with lion. Some of them cutter from the '
consequences I
did realize
from church to church until Saturday it he was completely ex
1r Eugene Matthews! and wife in the of their andthey : '
own wrongdoing
night, are to be on the Passion, suffering I hear some one ask if line- Two more weeks grind, then-vacation no uded.I .
great sorrow that has just came to are penniless.. Yet skilful and
s"- and death of Christ and to prepare writing counted anything on litera- : for some.
them in the tragic death of their kindly hands bring to them all the I
resources our hearts fur' services Easter ture? Editor's note: No, it does not. j The senior boys are beginning to
!Mrs. Brown who killed of modern science.
daughter was Why
were :Morning( on the Risen Lord. This is -- I Two week, no days and three 'wonder what they will do with their
this week when train they not left to die? Because miss teacher
in Tampa a the We all our former i
Holy Week, the week of the passion seconds. Gosh, I had to rush some to .hands: as they gallop gaily down the
wrecked the automobile the great physican who healed the out Miss Florence Matthews who has
young of our Lord, and it is hoped that all write that before it became just two a isle to the tune of "Who'd off
woman was driving !Mrs. Brown had cast leper Is the unseen worker In the 1 the been with us all the year ,weeks.
people of the community will Thought It" to receive the dip-lae-
I been married less than a year, and hospital today. We visit the home of
her untimely death was particularly sorrow. There with folded hands: lies(', take advantages of the union services Literature question: If a sanguinary -) That's sure some hard working editor -
i during the week held in the mas.The
sad. The remains were carted to the sunshine of parental hearts. But churches in charge of the different various battle means a bloody battle we have on the school paper. He seniors have gotten to the

; Starke, her native home, for inter in spite of tears their heart are ,I'I, ministers. of the town. Let's would a sanguinary nose mean a | is always working me for more copy. stage where they have quit callingthe

ment. Mr. Matthews, who is a member comforted with a glorious hope. In the mnko next Sunday! day of bloody nose? Yep, he's coming now. Editors note: ": school an old work house and are
of the Florida: Railroad Commis- silence of that home we hear the!I, a triumph And I always get It. Which Isj
1i for' our Lord and His church and a Seer: "I see a dark cloud on the I same now calling it the grand old place.
:blessing to horizon." more than can be said about some of
/ our community.
The of under Mrs.
I Sunday school 10 a. m. Desparlng students: "01! those fi- the rest of the gang. Alderman's group girls
supervision making
Chamber Commerce Easter services 11 a. m. nals." Ye editor must be excused If he good use of the thirty minutes allot

of Meeting Preaching-.---'-7:30p." -m.-- At present It is thought the play does not turn out as much copy as ted for physical training. Every day
CHURCH OF CHRIST "And Home Came Ted" will be put the rest for he has to act as stenographer they play basketball and every day

on April 28.History ', editor proof-reader office' these girl are improving In their
Starke Tonight Friday 8:00 Faster Sunday is coming. All boy, janitor and reporter besides do- !, teamwork and skill. Next year this

I II things conspire to make this a great finala-were taken WednesI, Ing his regular school work which In1' group expects to form a real team

day.: The gracious, glorious sunshine, day and civics taken up. It I i itself is no joke. and play games with other schools.


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