Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 9, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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NB. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 9, 1920. .' V-51 1
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BON T R[USTEES FORD'S CM PROFITS CLOVES' TO SHARE BAPTIST--CONVENTION. STEPS TAKEN ; : ?'

''I' Florida Bnptict" to Meet at Jnckmmille :
90,000 Empl<>)t>H to Share In Latest Januar' 13 /"

o ?ElUNG BONDS Henefience! *I The fifty-eighth-annual neaion of ; i k:

Detroit, Jan. C.-An elaborationof I the Florida Baptist convention will TO FORM MILITARY ,

its profit-sharing plan whereby all meet in Jacksonville, January 1315.
employes w.ll be enabled to purchase Much business of importance will "

\ SIX PER CENT certificates of investment, the com claim attention of the body, and it is -
t j\T pany g-uari.ntec to return 6 per centa anticipated that it will be the gcatcut COMPANY HERE' :

Ii". year,' and distribution of bonuses meeting of the denomination ever heldin : .i-'
-_ fi .. that will total between $8,000,000 and the state .

At their' meet uesday the t trus DUVAL QUINTET DEFEATS THE $10,000,000, was announced today by As in. known to the general reading rt''
tees of Special { the Ford Motor Adjutant-General Sidney J, Calls
Company. LAWTEYLawley
and Bridge: DIstrict STAKKE HIGH SCHOOL TEAM public the Baptists have ,
completedwhat
Jr. of the i
Florida
National
No. 1 ado) resolution issue Approximately ninety thousand cmployes Guard,
fto was known
6 per cent : of the Ford Motor Companyand among them as the and Captain H.! C. F. Dohm of the Jan. 9. Mr. and
Mrs.
Is in G.
the offferi
i sum Duval basketball team traveled to $75,000,000 campaign which providesfor I '.
,
i United I
$550,000.00 and other interests of Henry Ford and State Army, were here Tuesday C. Highsmith and Miss Rachel '
$100,000.00 j Starke where pla'ed' their mission Boyer,
yesterday education
they
benevolent
of the issue for the his son, IMsel; it is announced, will be and (I night to confer with the citizens of Jacksonville, and Bruce Boyer of r
on Tuesday Febk Starke back ,
high quintet and came work for a period of live 'of Staike with I.
10th at 3 eligible to participate.In a view to securing the .
ruary Tampa) were guests lust week
pi at the
with
jn.omlzA [ a 24 to 15 victory. The game years The Baptist of Florida were i __
a' organization
In an effort to I statement accompanying the of a company of Na home of Rev and !Mrs. Jn.. Boyerfir. '_ "
fast
interest was and furious from start to finIsh apportioned $1,000,000. They raised
on details <,f the policy, it is annoul.t'dthat tional Guards at this point. They I '. I E. L. Biggs
and
the family moved
charges ti that
while Duval's team work the amount
e n offered these gave on Sunday afternoon, of
;
bonds at 5 1-2 locals the best of the two steps outlined constitute! November were met at the court house by a number to Sturke last week, where they will
]I' ent oif December the argument.The 30 and perhaps" much more of well known iff
1 "only a beginning" the income and In- citizens and the I'.slde.i ,
18th but' sati
ory bid was not game was very close the firs 'r'asinthe Anyhow, up to date their contributions matter was quite fully discussed. fI
( purchasing power of the I Kstelk Taylor "'
received. The b I returned to her ,
buyer who were half, first one side was ahead and show a total of more thAn tj
dollar The
df our employes! is under con. prevailing opinion school In Alabama "
was that it lust week r
L. present at that t'assu i the then 1260000. The of after ; y lj
< trus- the other, with Duval coming out federation." percentage contributions would bo ''spending "
,tees that they wo make trong bids !ahead when the half ended by a single' over and above the apportionment possible- to organize a company the holidays at the home of .'r:
for the bonds in The extent of the bonus, which will is laigcr than that here and committees were appointed I parents, Rev. and I\Irs.lI. C. Tay. ',, +
" It they] should be point. Duval started out by making of any ..
be in .addition to the distribution of to go about the organizationat lor. Mr. Taylor accompanied her .
offered later at ( : other asI
state in the 1
two
I cent. The bestbearing goals; and it looked for a while convention. It i ill fur
bid received for I the profits under the original profit- true the convention once.Service I us Jacksonville ,;.1\.1Ilwr
I bonds 5 that this would be all the scoring, was first organized -
1-2 sharing plan, will depend an em in the National Guards has i J. S. Grlner, of Brooklyn was a vis. .,
per cent was2 per cent. The however, Umpire Wall and Referee upon in 1850, ten years before the civil : I
her
law provides that bonds hall not Genovar decided that Duval was mak- ploye's daily wage and length of service -! war. But during the war period l and lately been mudu more attractive from" to Lawtey Friday .:::
be sold for less t. par but allows ,'I ing some fouls and Epperson of It will range from $50 in the reconstruction days, the convention the fact that the men who enlist are Mr. and Mrs. Chas Hess moved

the trustees to 1st them bearing 6 Starke, made five foul goals out I of case of. a worker in the company's service seemed to have ceased to exist until given; a l line rate of pay for the service ''(i I duck to Luwtey last week, having .,.I.,
per cent interest. I I: six tries. Duval, during the 'remain three months and receiving the 1881, when it was reorganized at rendered. The enlisted men will now spent the past six or eight months
,
There minimum wage of $6 a day, to $270 in be allowed by the United States in Miami and! Jacksonville.
were der of the Madison. The statistics government :
som.mg.-iiice forty inquiries made six show that
period points to .
about the ,' the case of the worker with five 25 per cent of the nav of I 1 I lt<*V.. ! ode prior to the Starke four. years there were then about 8,000( Baptists! f'n. '
. .. Year's
of listed in tli ;; I sermon at the -I ; :11
sate 01 me sale December but service and receiving a wage of $10 in the state. men regular army, Under Baptist church'at :;
,
In the second half both teams
nearly all of thtlquipers came 80 a day. Salaried employes receiving this arrangement a private will Inglis. ',' ,
when they learned it the bonds stalled were | back fresh and strong and a battlero'al mole than $250 a month will participate tion During has made these years the dcmonina- be paid $7.50 per inunlh and the noncommissioned i I Miss I Enza Itlanchurd has returned f
began in earnest. Starke made great progress. Thereare {?
to draw only 5 l-2rc.. cent and could proportionately on the basis of officers\ will bo paid on 'to Quiticy, after spending the holi J,
the first goal in this half, which put length and value of service. now 05,000 white Baptists in the the basis of 25 cent of days with her I l
not be sold for le['han It is state and per tho regu; )parents, Mr. and Mrs! r'y i
par. them colored
I one point ahead, but it was not The Baptists almost in- lar
certificate Four A.
expected there will of investment will ; army pay. drills each month M. Blanchurd. ,
number .
a large long that they enjoyed the lead. The numerable. The state board of missions "
of bids on .Februarj)th now that the old be issued in denomination of $100, $500 ( has arc required For' the time required C. R. Sapp and. daughter, Verlie, J. :
(how
fighting spirit of Duval showed itself employed
seventy men, the ,
bonds are to draw ani \-r cent. '
and by playing the ball hard and and its annual reaches well A i y .
program
and non-assignable. It is estimated that the Ih' II. C. )
They will be pay of a v. Taylor left Wednesday \' '
Besides the pass of the lesolutions making eight baskets to Starke's up toward $200,000.:!( Of course the J ; ..
restricted to employee' in direct and company with H full complement ofofficers for Jacksonville to attend the annual
providing for issue of bonds three, Duval forged in front. In this active service of the company."It money, is not spent! in .the state Money \ and men will amount to Shout conference of the M. E.: church, in ses. \ I' .' If
the trustees transai the usual routine half some changes were made the given by the demonination in the I ::1
on has been decided that $12,000 per' year It will be Ion this week til
simple I( seen, Airs J. J. M business
cover their transactions Duval side, which proved to ad- state to home and foreign missions }
good therefore
economic justice that a greater partof II that the formation of acompany Mrs. J. ". More attended the confer [:
during the mil of December vantage. and some other objects, in included in \
G. L. Barnard the earnings should go in part to here IK a project' that may epee us lay delegates; 1 t
work sUvising engineerof The Duval team returned to Jacksonville the employe and in part to enlarging the above mount. Lust your the Bap well enlist the active support of t tho Mrs. J. 11. Dye and lillln J, B. Jr., -6;
road repo that he would last night proud of their victory the industry. This procedure, if carI'i'd tints in the state gave $17,000() to foreign business men of the town. returned( to Jacksonville Friday '

nave the preliminasurvey of the and high in praise! of the hospitality out, will mean that more men will missions and t,000'(! to the home For' many years Starke maintained spending u few clays at tho "
road from Starke tuiford' complet\ shown them by the people of be given mission! board. Besides these amount what was considered! her $ _' \
; opportunity to work with the one of the bent 1 parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M.
ed before the next;ular mooting i Starke.To a goodly sum was given for.education! aftl'r'I'' .
companies nf the
and to old State chard. '
I company) participate in its be. Troops or- ',
:
which will be held ,:
ouesday, February name the stars of the two nefits and for the orphanage, in |'lorldu. ganizution. There .
3rd. When the teams and that those employee who i is no reason why a N, T. Hitch of Stnrke, .visited ;
is ineer's p elim- I would be hard, as every_ man played remain with the company will share good company may not again be organized sister Mrs. Susan Toulon.
inary survey com'd) the trustees! a very good game. Lucy and Flood, increasingly in its earnings. The SEVENTY THOUSAND AMERICAN ( and maintained at this "point. Mr. und Mrs. J. T. Moore were -visitors ,,"''I ,
will go will over the pried route andthen i, for Duval, were especiallygood at idea underlying the plan is that justice DEAD IN GRAVES IN FICAM'K 1' ( to Jacksonville! Sunday ,,"''Ij '.

come the ition of a guarding and and great credit is due is greater than charity: that Instead TELEGRAPH'S: : HONOR ROLL 1 Arthur Griffin, of St. Petersburg, ,"
ing is as the line foe hard 'oPt-I these two boys for their work in keeping of spending' money on men and Paris, Jan. :American armyof- visited his parents the (first putt of ,\ 'j ;
rd road. If there a,o obstacles ,, the Starke ficerg bodies will lie America's l S'
team from shooting. for men in so-called among the week 1
philanthropicways I Names
the of its adopt the line soldier in of Those Who Paid :Siilwcrip-; ,
way France
happed I dead when
the
Epperson and Colley were the shining it is I better army
to give' them opportunity Enoch Grille was a visitor to Kul-. [ 1
out by the cnpr! will doubtless stars for Starke. to work at a wage that enables G j raves Registration! Service completes lion During DecemberC. ford Sunday morning 1

be accepted by trustees] but The line-up of the two teams were hem to live like men, without charity through rechecking of records now I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry and

if there is much oppion from those as follows; and by their own efforts to pro. in progress. Every grave record is II. Clark, A. B. Shaw, W. M. tlnuJt'h! 'r, Claudia, vlsilod relutivan '.'I

whose property it terse the* it Duval ((24)) Starke ((15)) vide for their families and their fu. being checked against the army's casualty I Varnes, L. E. Mom-ley! W. O. Tim>n, j I fat Fort While I Saturday and Sunday ',:;i. 1

may become neccssito run oilier Position ure. There is no charity in it. list. Each little white CTOHH-orixpointed J. F. ))yellll, C. Sullivan, J. M. Futch, Mrs. Ury Gunter and daughter; have ": r I

lines until one can bund that Joes Bryan ((5)) Kuhl ((6)) "Thrift," the statement says In conclusion :' star over Jews-Is having Mrs. Emily I II. Sayles, II I.. Lewis, ;returned to Jacksonville, aftrr'vl itlnR'' \ t>-

not meet with oppom. The ttua- Forward "has been a condition of pro- an embnased aluminum strip placed Wm. II. Struth, J. W Padgetl; W. L. I!fiber parents, !Mr, and Mrs. Geo. L. 1

tees are determined to use up |he Hitchcock ((9)) Knight it-sharing in the past, and will continue on the back, duplicating the name, Thomas, S. A. Bryan, Dr. A. J. John- Futch. Mr. Gunter spent) Sunday in "t 1

bond money in buyiiand l for rifht Forward to be made a condition of profit rank and organization already painted son, G. W. Carlisle, G. W. Snellgrove; I-aw toy. .' ''I''' \p 4

of way, especially ass well known Ofisinsky ((2)) Epperson ((7)) and bonus sharing (n the future." on the marker. This is being done C. A. Mixon, J. W. Griffin, Gem E. A. II. Harley, of Jacksonville, spent < ;
that this road will ally enhatce Center an a precaution against the prevailingof Andreu, John Crews, J. C. Keene II, I IL. Sunday at his home. .. r ,I n

the value of every r of property Lucy ((8)) Capt. Colley ((2)) Capt. BAKER AND BRADFORD ALIVETO winter weather wearing away the I Edwards, J. G. Crews, M. A. Tillie, .' T. J. Terry and L. L. Sapp wero r I"
that it touches.DEMOCRATS. 1 Guard ADVANTAGES OF ROADS stu ,Hlled information. Mrs W. F'. Malphurs, T. N. Lirn- business visitors to Starke. the first ;

.- Flood Crosby Nearly 70,000 American boys are i baugh, Silas W. Davis, Ollio E. Grif- ',part of the week I

TO AT IN" THE Guard Avery G. Powell has just returned buried in the eleven districts of till, A. L. Roberts, J. S. Jriner, O. B. George McCulley, of Jacksonville, '+r

CAPITOL CITH1S WEHK Substitutes: Jones for Lucy; Lucy from a several days' trip over in France,' the Belgian battlefields and Moody( J. E. Williams, M. Z. Sullivan, pent Sunday at the home of hla undo -

\ for Ossinsky; Iledcll for Bryan. Baker and Bradford counties, wherehe the Duchy of Luxemburg. There are A. E. Cone, Riley Norman, Mrs. A. F. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs David Bur 1 ... -I
The national capitoto be the: ni-' Officials: Referee, Genovar; umpire, spent the holidays greeting old :T8! cemeteries of !:100! or more graves, Brockmeyer, W. H, Johnson, Carrie ban.

" <. '.ying ground; durinfis week for: Wall; timekeepers Lynch and Cano- !riends. Mr. Powell having conducted cared for by discharged soldiers. The Mills, U. D.I Bower( J. J. Blackwcldcr. Miss I.onu Fricgo,\' returned to her ,w

f 'ational leaders of Democratic va; scorers Nolte and Dowling.- newspapers in both of these coun- largest of these is Romagne, north of A. F. Murrheo, I). W. Alvarez, F. M.Decs school in Jacksonville Sunday, after

r arty, who will choc.he time and Times-Union, Jan. 4th. ies. Verdun, where lie 23,000) )() of our men. S. S. Dowling, J. Ii. Brown, E. pending the holidays at the home of
*/' place for the 1920 nail conventionand Mr. Powell states that Baker county The next in size Is that at Thiacourt S. Guiney, Dr.' E, T. Campbell" H, L. her parents, Mr. and Mrs John "\

talk over candid and renew One of the best basket ball games is making considerable preparation I with 4,500 graves. Many of those who Stevenson: M. M. CroHbYt T. II. Tyer, Friego.L. 1
acquaintances at a Jon day love. of the season will be played on the for beginning road work in fell in battle are sleeping in British G. F. Alderman, L. Willis, L. Sapp returned to Miami the .

feast, which many of i believe will B. II. S. court Friday when the B. H. earnest within a few days and that and French military or French communal Walter Ferris, Susie )Doll, A. L. Green, first part of the week, after spending : : :
make party history 01 kind or another S. boys battle the fast St.Augustine \s large force of men are already I cemeteries A few were left' E. B. Andreu, Sr, 0. W. Dyal, J. P. n few days at his homo here \i: I! t

f Hfl five. The defeat Saturday at the running lines and cutting rlght-of- where they were first put in the., Peoples, Stetson! University, W. II. B. D. Browning, of Jacksonville, 4 ,''J .

Although only one', Thursday, hands of Duval will only make the vav preparatory to grading the ground as in the Voxgcs mountains. ;I Alexander, Mrs. It. M. ITevatt, W. J. spent Sunday with his family :, '

is set aside for the ial business Starke bunch fight harder and they lacksonville-1'cnsacola across state All graves are under the care of the''Istallings; W. A. Tillis, I.. A. Kuhr, Mrs Susan Teuton had tho misfortune s.

of the week, leaders arious magnitudes ;- are sure'of a victory. On account of highway. This road traverses Baker commanding; graves officer in the eleven A. J. Jackson, J, 1\1. )Mersey ,James of falling and breaking one of ,r +

arrived inngton earlyin the expenses being so great the admission ounty approximately thirty miles, districts and a caretaker watches Ilorimby, A. F> GrimM/ Hampton State I her wrists in Jacksonville lust week ,I nSt

the week, preparer a week of will be 25c and 3l!>c. The game tnd some of the way has already been over them. Officers make periodical Hank, II. M. Canon, Sam Croft, Duvid) rum. Teston hud been spending! the n 9

conferences and gossler the outlook will be called at 3:30 sharp Everybody Traded.( It is hoped by those In chargeof nnpection. Where practical grass I.ul'e/ Mrs. Bessie McGruder, MIH. J. i! holiday with her suns and was on her ,
for the presidenfcampaign. come, and see a real game. The the work that the road will he completed has been sown on the battle burying\ J, Cone, Itrucn L. )Davis, C. A. Roberts way to time d"'pot" In return homo' when

At the banquet sday night; I:line-up for B. II. S.: I by next fall in time for the grounds! and in the spring this work W. N. I.lndxey, Sum; Summers.?, the accident occurred' A physician '
several aspirants for presidential Kuhl and. Knight, forwards. heavy tourist travel which is antici- will be carried on. N. C. Mott, L. A. Fowler, G. C. Lee, wee summoned amid the fracture ;

nomination are to ou their poli- Epperson, center. pated. None of the bodies may IIP returnedto Ida Hankinnon. It. M. Alvarez, W. K.;: dressed' returning to her home u day '

cies. Two former noes, William Colley and Crosby guards. Mr. Powell stated that for the past the families yet but mothers and Jones, Louis Wilkerson S. M. (riggers or two later.

Jennings Bryan and t B. Parker, i few months an expert qnginecr with fathers have been coming to Franceto M. A. Dukes, F .M. Norman, J. I Ceo. Joynr-r had the inlsfortuno tolircuk "

also are to be presentd President HEAVY LOCOMOTIVE a force of men has been over the look at the grove of their boy. Wel- K. Bevill, August Stf'rn.J J. M. )flukes, ,, '' his ankle lust week, his foot

. Wilson is expected to a message route in Baker county and had made fare organizations: have organized W. 1). Carlton, Lonnie thnmas, U. M. 1 vetting, caught in the wheel of his

in which leademevc he may I The biggest and heaviest locomotiveever the surveys and straightened out the services to facilitate these visits and Keavos, H. W. DuboKo', K.: I II.! Kiolling! buirgy.Suinlio.

state his many position td a third seen in Starke was here Satur lines of the route and contracts nre at several of tho American cemeteries I W. A. Werls, II. I). Curler, !Mrs. Anna ; GriftlH, lost a fine 'liorso lasts

term. f'i day afternoon. It li the 4042 engine,\' being let for the grading, which will the! V. M. C. A. has provided restrooms G. Murrhce, Mrs L. C. Futi-h, work The horse stepped in a hole

Six cities are in thce for;the built in 191B; for the Russian! government start within a few days. The county ,. _._ Louinn Snyder, W..M. (Pock.MIC. in the culvert In front of A. A. Smith' ,.'.
convention. ariicago jfal- but was never delivered. Side convicts will be used on the roads, to- -----. -- residence, Injuring tho log in Much a "

ready selected They as the antion, city by side. with it the Mogul engines used Wther with a large force of extra IN MEMORY OF LITTLE J. L. AND MUS. J. I.. PEEK: GIVE 1 I.manner that the town authorities hud

of the Republicans, Ka City Mo., by the Seaboard, although] :\ of large men, assuring! an parly completion of IILACKWELDER I NEW VEAR'S DINNER It killr,!, ...... ';
like pygmies. No. 4042 the main highway. --- ,
San Francisco, Indians: Cincin !site, looked -
weigh 135 tons and can pull 90 loaded "Over in Bradford county," stated The death angel visited the home of NEW; F'1IiStr ;
nati, and Cleveland. Isslon generally On New Year's day !Mr.' and Mrs.' J,
It has five "th farmers all aliveto Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rogers January '
early car or 125 empties. Mr. Powell, are : I
centers on late or I/, Peek, at their homn on West Madison
';!!'' large driving wheels on each side. It the advantage of good roads as well 2nd, and took the darling baby of Mr. In' the advertising column of time '
July as the time of ; street gave a dinner to all of the
me
;, has the Walshaerts gears, but no reversing at the business men, and an extensive and Mrs. J. M. Blackwelder to the Peek family and connections by Telegraph! today announcement lit ,' ; .
lever reversing being done road program has been planned which realm of the blessed. The little one mar. mud of the formation of the firm of _"
DAVETING riage. Those Mr. and t-
W. C. ALL
T. U. present worn
JOn by means of a screw. It is equipped embraces nearly all of the main highways was two and a half months old and Mrs. C. I.. Peek Mr', and Mm. E. K. Alvarez & Graham, J, M. Alvarez having /1 M
at'11' I with rheater. and for that reason in the county." he was a little sunbeam, in the home, ( associated W, II, Graham in the ;
a
up
the 16th of thisith, Ferryman, Mr. and Mrs' F. (I. Longand
off the farmers a joy and happiness to all who knew mercantile business that he has con-
o'clock praytraise and I the steam must not be shut en- Mr. Powell states that children, Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Peek
a. m. a
,
before the speed has been reduced in both counties are in good condition | ductnd here for about twenty-five
thanksgiving service we held in tirely him.The and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ritch
!" be an to five or six miles! an hour, as having just harvested a good corn, infant suffered a severe attackof and children, and Miss May Peck of years' Mr. Graham In well known to
the Baptist church. TV" ,
,
the victory otherwise the intense heat of th' potato and cane crop and are now pneumonia and all that medical Waycross Ga. tho patrons of the store, having beena
all day meeting to cele1 worked steam would ruin the packing In th laying' plans for one of the largest attention and loving' hands could do salesman there for several years., .
of that day which Fen and do other damage. The and best peanut crops in the historyof to restore the little one's health was In tho evening Mrs. I'eek entertained lie is a young man of fine business

for by the W. C. T. nd others be| cylinders piston rods are over five inches in that section. of no avail, and after an illness of ten at progroMnlve rook, there being ability and by his close attention; to
for forty-five years. I1' will Mr. Powell states that from what days passed away. four tables Her guest were, Mr. the business and courteous treatment

served In the church, an who are diameter. pronounced this engine information he gleaned from hU visit The remains were laid to rest at the and Mr. E. K, Perryman, Mr. and of their patron will add strength toa
glad to welcome NatioCn.titu-; Railroad men Mr*. J. C. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. E.
.
too heavy for tracks not ballasted "the white fleecy" will soon be a Midway cemetery Saturday afternoon firm that already enjoys a widespread
tional Prohibition are lally ))1e. with rock, and especially for the thing of the past in I, this section of Only a little mound mark the place S. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. reputation for correct business

vited. :;1 sidetracks, which have lighter rails the state and peanuts, cane, com, and i where the joy and hope of the parentslay Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Jones, methods.
Mr. and Mr Marks Mr. and '
(
George
,
to Si
buried. They are submissive
main track and are not so potatoes will be the staple crop.- A
FUNERAL SER,* (than the built. The engineer in charge Times-Union. the will of Him that giveth and Uk- Mr. J. II. RiUh Mrs.. L. A. Davis, Mr and Mr*. Geo. Mark returned 1,
'
solidly .
: monster said be wished the eth. May His blessing comfort themin Jr.. Mr: C. L. Peek. Saturday to New Smyrna, where! Mr. ,
this
The funeral of Mrs I;Parmen of would ship-It and its fellows '.Sandwiches and coffa will be serv-' their sorrow They have host of The frame was very much enjoyed Mark will resume his school work. :

ter is expected to be pref at UM government to Russia, as too many precautions el by the Woman Club Saturday af- relatives and friend who sympathizewith vas wall, the delightful salad course after spending the holiday U. Stark \

Ion Primitive Baptist chiSund"''j had to b* observed in runningit. tternoon at the store of the Quigley them in their bereavement served at the conclusion of the evenilnjj .- with Mr*. Mark' parents,"-Mr. and ..i,
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and '
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"t/( :on. W1 .Moore. LOCAL OVERFLOW "hIold: on" said the smith, "I charge I(':the whip. In leaning overb, t't .

. Mrs:'H R.'N. Cainr of Louise, spent
.. Jew Year's day with hdr daughter, R. M. Tracey, drdgglst! "a 'the(;Ca-1 aince'.lhe war" 'was kicked on the head by thcausing <' im, I

N Ira. S. B.: Woodard. I'son Drug Store, has moved hI.- fam- -"You scandalous rascal' yelled the ;. a very serious Ira i' .
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ily to Starke. They occupy the Chace farmer. "What do you mean by treb-it| different places '

i County News: Items Mrs. Monday.W. A. Jones was shopping intarke cottage on West Madison street. in' your price on met" Mr. Wells fell out of the bJ y. a :'i":

V "I've done it," aid the blacksmith, patently dead, with the lint in hi "

; --- Miss Maude McEwen left Sundayor County Agent J. O. Traxler has 'so'n' 111 be able to eat some of that hands Mr. Andrew was eHfiti'til ),

t IaWe-.un. fact Gathered During the Week by Our Sapp, where the will resume her moved his family to Starke and they high-priced pork of yours this win buggy and a* the horae..con ued tt it

d'f' uties as teacher in the school, after 'are occupying the Haynes residenceon ter."-Forward. kick, he jumped to escape tjnger. A ,+j
Regular Correspondent pending her vacation with home- ,.. .__--- : 1
r West Madison street. Mr. and --r The injured n was carted to the)
oik.
tr : Mrs. C. C. Shaw of Pensacola.talso PINE HILL Riverside Hospital, Jucksutillo' on 1 ,

,.1iJ. Blanton Owsley returned to Jack- have apartments at the Haynes house. Thursday morning and hat/:ad sev. I Ij ,

'j' LAKE BUTLER of Providence, returned Monday after] onville where he is employed, after Mrs. Shaw is a' daughter of .Mr. and Pine Hill, Jan. 9.-Miss Van Cone j oral operations performed. hoped \ '

spending two weeks at their home. pending several days with his moth- Mrs. Traxler. Mr. Shaw recently and brother, Charlie, spent Saturday his condition will improve i D idl y. ,
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j. I r, Mrs. J. E. Owsley. bought out the Burrows vulcanizingplant night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
;' Lake Butler, Jan. 9.-The BaptistSunday Miss Dora Scarborough is visiting Mrs. Joe Handley, of :taVo, has
E. Andreu Sr. and family. .
A Sunday afternoon the following of- and thus becomes a permanent makehtr
school elected officers Sunday brother at Glen St. Mary this week. moved here and will homein
Icers the citizen of Starke.Superintendent. Among those attending the cane
were elected for Baptist
y+{ morning at follows: Henry Fowler, I Mr. Moore returned to his home junday school: M. W Lee, euperinten- grinding of I. W. Pinholster, Jr., at" the Byrd cottage. 1 .

superintendent; . R. Miller, assistant Sunday morning after a pleasant stay lent; D. W. Moore, assistant superin-1,| E. R. Poppell, of'1' Mrs M. C. Pmholster' Friday night Miss Thelma Schell, of Ike Butler
Mr. Smith
superintendent
secretary here
liesday.
; with friends made a business trip
undent Miss Estelle Woodard were Mr. and Mrs. Perkins Herbert
p' The other officer ; sec Bradford county, attended the meeting ,
and treasurer
the they for the remain School opened Monday after a two etary and treasurer; S. R. Swindel, i but unfortunately for the teachers and Rouse, of New River, Mr. P. S. Col- I Mrs. D. C. Cason has.retried home

k w i' 1919.same Sunday as school were at 10 weeks vacation.. 3ible class teacher; D. W. Moore, ad- Mr. Poppell also he, contracted a severe son and children, Air and Mrs. I. W. I I after spending a few day:wIth her

r' o'clock year promptly and each opens member is Wade Ward visited his sister, Miss lanced class teacher; Mr*. D. W. cold on the way here and was Pinholster, Jr., and eon, Guy, Ozzie ,daughter, Mrs. A. J. Hobbcof Macon,
Woore, junior class teacher Mrs. j Hall,( of Brooker, Ralph and Vascoe Ga- 1 ,' '
: urged to be on time. Julia Ward last week. ; Floy confined to his room during the entire (
: 'r Mrs| George Spires visited her Sullivan, card class teacher. Let's all time of the convention. We are happy Hazen, Mrs Orle Colson and children Miss Evelyn Luck and bsie Belle !

l , Sidney Padgett and mother returned daughter, Mrs. Will Knight who has Attend and try to have a thriving > to say that Mr. Poppell's Illness Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Colson and baby, I Richard left Friday for Caen Cove, .
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rt to Cedar Keys after a visit of several
Prof. F. M. Chancey, Misses Vera and ;
'' : recently moved into the home of the Sunday school during this year was not in the least dangerous but after spending several day here with '
+ ".;:; days at their home in East Butler. Rosa Surrency, of Pine Hill.
.'1i late Jard Knight. Miss Dora McEwen left Sunday for he was under the doctor' orders to friends. 0
t ,r :' ; Mrs. Smith and son left Tuesday A. B. Surrency left Sunday for Newmans died
Misses Cora and Ettie Spires re- Middleburg where she has accepted a remain indoors and did not'make his Isaiah Wednesday "
M., for a visit in Alachua, Newberry and turned to school Monday. position a* teacher in a school there. presence felt as much as if he had Jacksonville to attend United State night, the burial taking pice Thurs
yp 'i Gainesville after a visit with her sinter court. lie was accompanied by his >)
boon able the Sapp cemetery.
Ii. Homer Lee has returned to town Miss Myrtle Collins returned to her to attend the various ses day at
.' Mrs. E. Dell.: Mrs. Smithmade oldest son. I
/;' sions. Bradentown Journal. W. II. Andrew made business
I after spending the holiday with home school at lake -
Kingsley
after
't 1'*'" .' many friends while in Lake Butler Sunday, F. B. Chancey spent the week-end rip to Jacksonville Thuriay.
t folks Melrose.
", and we trust she will make her home at spending the vacation at Lakesidewith with his brother, Tom Chancey, of Tidwell left Sunda .
,.' ; ';:: among us.Arnold Oxgood Green, of Worthington, was her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. CARD OF THANKSWe Lake Butler. I Mrs. afternoonfor ::
trading in townSaturday.. Collins. her home in RoanokeAla., after ;i
,
'. Douglass and family have Dave Green and sisters Minnie and
F f/;. B. Y. P. U. held a meeting Sunday Mrs. W. II, Sloan, of Sampson City, desire to express our heartfelt ,spending a couple of week-with her
moved to South Florida. Pearl, Vane Cone and brother, Char- k
lii' evening at 6:30 after which fifteen diplomas the thanks parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. :-ijWhitten.
j was guest Thursday at the homeof to our many friends who so ,
Norman Parrish of Five Mile lie '
attended the
of .
r was unveiling E. D.Abernathy'g
j business visitor af were presented. by Rev. Armstrong her sinter, Mrs S. B. Woodard.J. kindly assisted us during the long illness I R. J. Andrews, of Jacktnville, has
'N' a to town Monday Dedan
,4 ,:, ternoon. to the boy and girls who had L. McEwen was a visitor to hi* and death of our companion and Sunday afternoon.monument at on been spending a few day with his 'j

;; completed the manual and having established daughter, Mrs. L. D. Ross of mother. 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1 Andrews.
lIamp-
J. S. Howard, of Dukes, busl- A. B.
Y.J.. \ was a Surrency and son were attending .
good "records. This union ton Sunday H. F. Parmenter and Family.
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'l ten visitor here last week. to business in Brooker Saturday
bids fair reach A-l in the future Mrs.
to near Thomas Roebuck and children, 1
"ti, D. L., Clyatt, of Miller, was a business afternoon.
of Florahome, PRESBYTERIANRev. Reducing the Houa"t
spent Wednesday night
visitor here
last week. Mrs R. J. Oliver and
daughter
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', i Mrs. G. W. Martin and Mrs Houston J. L. Lavender spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs H. S. Roebuck, transacting business in Starke Mon-were So'iio little folks win ii"keeping ) .
with sis family. leaving Thursday for R. W. Edwards will hold house." Robert WIH!
,bj '" Keen, of Bell, spent the holidays Gainesville for services day. ., pupa
't'' with Mrs. W. W. Ward. I). W Borum spent the week-end a. visit with relatives. at the Presbyterian church at the -,-.--- Jane miimma. After innclidllUvuIty:

;1 ,iJ1 p" Ellsworth Harper has returned to with homefolks. Miss Ruth McEwen entered schoolat usual hours next Sunday, the 11th,, MRS. STERNBERG ENTERTAINS managing/ largo a ITIKK Pnpn Robert
? l V J, Sanford. Miss Idcll Lenzey and father have Hampton Monday. and the following Sunday, the 18th. flunlly hurstu lib :"Suy, then

1 y tl } j' ': Miiis Nettie Maines returned Sunday returned to their home, after several George Hall, of Florahome, wa a A cordial invitation to' these services Wednesday evening Mr. Nat Stern- ere too many chil'Tcn, lu ie familyn -

.'/1 morning to Sanford where she is day Visit wjth relatives visitor here Saturday afternoon at the Is extended to all. berg entertained for the members of of you will bnto I the dot!*
:,1. II The Sunbeam Band met in regular home of Mr. and Mrs G. W. Hinson. .
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teaching school. She was the guest of the card club at her home on Penn-

,; her brother, Dr. 3, E. Maines, and and session immediately Sunday afternoon after the at 3 meetingthe o'clock home Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore arrived METHODIST sylvania avenue. The occasion was a r MICKIE SA'

A /k. : family. Wednesday afternoon, after a pleasant the
J P, : one, evening passing
l children, accompanied by Mils delightful trip and visit with Sunday school 9:45 m.
relatives a.
) ,I Oscar Rimes, of Worthington, was swiftly in social conversation and WHEN vou'veABUMCM 6QK OUt
; in town Saturday. Laurel Armstrong, leader, visited one and friends at different points i in Preaching by pastor, 11 a. m. the popular of five
hundred.
; "p game O' S1 1' N'U
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,: of the shut-ins and a very pleasant ;South Florida. They Epworth League, 6:45
report a fine p. m.
.y ; S. S. Proctor filled his regular Mrs. W H. Graham the
appointment won prize .
Wi TO DtStAMT SUf&*: .lOERS
time was enjoyed. time and some of the most beautiful 1 Temperance mass meeting, 7:30 ..
;' 'i>, at the State Farm Sunday p. for ladies, a handsome imported Jap
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: ,' ; Irvin Dekle Wednesday evening, January 14th, country to be seen. Mr. Moore m. Mrs Fulton will make the address AND NOOCtT
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and says
+ party motored to anese vase, and Mr. .
Wm. .
'Sri,: ';;j. Wateroak Saturday. Lake Butler Chapter No. 40, O. E. S.,, '.the farmers down there are in a big and those who fail to hear her will 1 the gentleman's prize C. Powell /P 'fl4EM'LI. PA, S AIV A1''f&....

, ,", Mrs. J. D. Alderman and daughters will be honored by a visit from Mrs.. rush now with their tomatoes, beansand miss a real treat.. J. C. DIGGS knife. a pearl handled 1'ION'1'O .t A A At t..

I ....... Sue and Martha returned to thei,, Alice E. Shultz, of Sarasota, grand, other products being placed on Pastor Mrs 'N cWtN "fW0 e.C't\o\RE8
Stemberg served her
S .' 1'' home in Jacksonville matron of the order of Florida and the markets guests DAM! LA-TEW. rot beGiN
n after a two with delicious
}hot, 5, weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs W. C each' member is expected to be prey- Ned Coleman, of Starke, was a via DEATH OF INFANT ing of chicken salad refreshments and hot,chocolate consist- T' O T UOTTA. 'RtENOV.NOCCKS ,
ent. itor to
Townsend. our section Sunday. with ** \'f'fEIZ.S WITH\ N

y Professors Holland and Roberts returned Mis Ina Alderman has returned to Samuel Woodard was!!! a'visitor to Julius!!! Edward, seven-months.old son Those whipped cream. DRAFts' 'N 'GM" ;)MBCVIAIMt "
enjoying the
?; Saturday after a two weeks' her school, after spending the holidays Hampton Monday.Rev. of Mr. and Mrs T. S. Stark, of Guinea this charming hostess hospitality of tt ORA4D AND'
+-i I, with her parents. John Mullady will fill his villa, died Wednesday, January 7th. were, Mr. and Q\.OR--OU6 fgE.lr s'
i vacation. They attended the state regu Mrs. W. B. Harvard Mr. _
and Mrs. J.
Di and Mrs. J. M. tar
Mann
visited d
The
teachers association in Bradentown. appointment at the ChristianC"hurch remains were sent to Starke by M. Mitchell and
1 Mr. and Mrs Long, of Five Mile, Sunday Sunday. train their guest, Miss Lamar -
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Miss Ellie Whitworth and Kather Everyone invited.SAMPSON Thursday morning and taken i in of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mr.
', y ine Harrison attended the state teach afternoon. e- charge by Funeral Director DeWiti W. C.
association Miss Myrtle Collins, of Newberry la i CITY C. Jones. The interment was at Cros ,. Powell, Mr. and Airs C. E.
.1 ere in Bradentown las Ahearn
Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Graham
visiting Mrs. George Coleman this ,
week. by cemetery in the family lot, Mrs
'' Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins
; ,:, Several boys and girls watched the week 'Sampson City, Jan. 9.-Rev, Wi k Stark being a daughter of the late Mrs. Roscoe 'McLane. Mr. and

; ...l:, V I old year out and the new year in las Miss Meryl Williams, of New River, liams filled his regular appointment Mr. E. L. Stafford, of Lawtey, whose L-

'" i-\:\ Wednesday night. spent Monday with her sister,. Mrs. here Sunday. last resting place is at the cemetery RAIFORD CITIZEN

li Mrs Conner, of Hollyhill, S. C., i la W. E. Loadholtz. J. C. Rauleraon and family have mentioned. The obsequies were conducted HEAD BY UNRULY KICKED
11 spending the winter with her daughter Jim Adkins of New River, motored moved to Lake Butler .by Rev. Campbell. HORSE
i9' to Lake Butler Sunday. Jesse Ogden was here -
,
business
Mrs P. M. Padgett. on Raiford
Jan.
Wilbur Marshburn returned to his Wednesday PROF. B. B. LANE HONORED 9.-Wednesday after-
i l',' R. W. Major and family are pleasantly
the f
noon, before
home day New Year
:, j located in the Methodist in Chattahoochee, after a visit Lester Kite has moved here and will 1 -- Rev.
t E.
.5 parson C. Wells
with relatives. be employed clerk Friends here of Prof. B. Lane and A. D. Andrews drove
,: ''o' ago We welcome this family to our as in his father'astore. B. to
email
''kl'i;' r,y j1;: {own. Mrs. Seeber King is convalescing are glad to know that he was elected a farm that Mr. Wells was

; .; Mr. and Mrs. Mead, of Michigan, : from her illness Jim Parrixh is very sick. at this president of the Florida Educational 1 this thinking of planting to sugar cane
later
year, going[
on to another v
t will be writing. Association at their recent meeting
Yi here for the winter and will! farm to look
iy, be located in the Perkins building. EAST STARKE Claud Brown and family have mov in Bradentown. The schools of Flor at some hogs. Afterlltartln&

.J. S. Howard of Dukes ed to Lake Butler.T. ida owe Mr. Lane a great debt of on their return trip, the horse
,
fr! passed East Starke Jan. they
Herbert were driving
Horns began
kicking when
B.
"ill} through here Williams'of Camp Johnston gratitude for being instrumental i in
; C Monday enroute to the ,
by, of Belmore, i Is Mr. Wells
spending few touched her
Shy, ) it .\ l county seat a is visiting his mother, Mrs. John Hall. getting a bill passed to provide for lightly with ---
days with his
I I parents, Mr. and Mra. Mrs. Jessie Werts has building new school houses .
lV !! Mrs. O. W. Maines, of Mounteocha James Hornsby. been visiting throughout -- -- - -- - --- ------ --- - -
,, t ; la her sister Mrs. A. K. the state For a'number of
;( the guest of Dr. J. E. Maines and Mrs Lena Fulwood and daughter Smith. years 4S7SS?C7 r347 S?R4S7e S?+?C7QS7a44o 52525f
? 'I; 'N family. Randolph Batchlott has returned to Mr Lane has been an efficient member .

V. .lT"' a ;J: Howard Stanton spent the' week-end Marie the, are Wateroak visiting section Miss Mertie Greenof Hawthorne, after spending the holi of the executive committee qf the SEND US THAT ORDER E)
days with his Florida Educational Association. l
: with his mother father parents
and Mr ands E.
M. Hazen and son, of Brooker, Dr. Middleton .
\. Mrs II. N. Stanton. was a visitor here tj
were in section
our day last week
WHEN
YOU
NEED
one Sunday. ANYTHING
,,, The W. C. T. ELARBEE IN Kl
( U. met In the Moth looking after cattle.
p i odUt church R. H. Smith was here business -
Tuesday afternoon at 3 Mrs on
l !t o'clock, Mrs ParrlBh presiding. This of Alonro Kingsley Strickland lake and daughtern Monday. Elarbee, Jan. 9.-Mrs. Ruby Coleman Office Furniture and Supplies

I I i la the first meeting for years and was with Mr. and Mra. C., B spent, Strickland.Tuesday to Hogan Smith made a business trip and son were visitors to Raiford Commercial and Fancy Stationery
Hawthorne
Monday.Mr. Thursday afternoon.W. .
enjoyed Every lady i I. invited to
.1: this organization and take part in Join the the J. D. Ricks,farm of Starke, has gone to and Mrs. A. K. Smith entertain M. Parrish left for Clay county Printing, Lithographing Engraving

: work. camphor where he has em ed a number of their friends Rafnni 9 Friday to spend a few days with rel Books-All KindsArtists'

Mrs II. L. Sprinkle and Miss'MaeMcKinncy ployment Mrs L.as L.carpenter. night with a party 0-;';) ;;t'tM;;. artvca Material 1

y attended the teachers Miss Geiger and daughter, Jesse Werts, of Sanford. I Mrs. Ona Rosier, Shepard Rosier,

l elation in Bradentown, asso. Grot Ellen, are visiting relatives at Mrs. Graham, of Jasper, was visit Ruby and Thedo Rosier were visitor Athletic Good
Cove
e Springs.Rev. ing her daughter, Mrs. 'B. to Raiford Saturday. Kodak I.
M.
Kelly
Mrs. Wm. Johnston and daughter 1
N. T. King filled his
regular
i' last
week.
I Quite a crowd of Elarbee folks were
Willie Mae
... accompanied by Connie
; appointment and
Saturday
Sunday at
Padgett, spent part of last work In China Grove church. visitor John here McKinney Tuesday, of Graham, was a night.visitors to the State Farm Saturday The H. & W. B. Drew

Rrndentown where they visited Mrs. Mrs. Stella Harris Company
and Mrs. Lena
II. A. K. Smith was a visitor to Starke i Mrs. Berry Bryant has moved to
J. Stewart and Silcox of
attended the teacher
Starke
attended Sunday
i \ association. school Sunday afternoon Tuesday. I Raiford. 45-49 W. Bay Street Jacksonville
Grandma Varnes is .
Rev? S. I. Hendrix motored from John W. Willard of Jacksonville; writing very sick at this BUSINESS CHANGE WE WILL;TAKE PLEASURE IN ANSWERING YOUR INQUIRIES

.1 AWhiia to Lake Butler last work. is spending a few days with friends n74r
r j Mrs. W. II. Sloan and i 4S7S7SaC
mother -
Mrs P. P. D'-kle and son. Kirk and in our community.Joe madea I S745'aS7C4S7Sa47S7C' JSr4ISJ42s2 '2.5
trip to Theressa Thursday. A. O. Andreu has sold his interestin
4'
Julian snort Satnrd$ In Lake But- Truby of Starke
,
was a visitor
Mr. and Mrs; R. R. the City Barber
Burrow
and Shop to Terry
Ra111; lor with Mrs S. S. Proctor. in this section Sunday afternoon. I scffl""HaH -- --" i
sons, Willie Clyde and Lee, were vie Kite, Jr. Mr. Andreu will go into oth- --
'!; ;: Math Dukes, of Five 1.111wa!!! In Messrs. Hogan Smith and Ray iting Mr. and Mrs. jer business but t
:r.+, town !Saturday= Goodge, of Sampson, W. II. Sloan Sun- | has! not yet decided I
were visiting in
what his
next will be. He
." Tho friends of Minn Kat Eppersonnrn this section Thursday tay.Miss step is a
Effie Sloan is on the sick list good citizen and we hope he will continue '
t ,108I1'd to learn that she Is Dan Manning has
great- to
;\ gone the cam this week. to his
spend activities in
', 1" fmnrov,.". phor farm to work Starke. .
l l'1 as a carpenter.TIE __ This is moving week; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Kite has lately returned from
3. F.. Malnos, Jr. Carl Alderman ------+
Ci, A K. Smith have moved in the J. C. France, where he went on the call of New Year's
y K nnor Tlnnrnn and Noble ArmMtron" EIIESSA
Raulergon houxo, Mr. Batchlott occupies his country. He is a good barber,
have returned to tho university nt -
the Smith house courteous and
Mr. Anderson popular. With his part-
: Gnt-nosvi'lo tn their ntudta ThereRsa,. Jan. 9.-The
;
rpmimp mooting at
tho Batchlott
home, and Jesse Thomas ners, Messrs. Johns and Alvarez, he
Mrs J. P. Coffin district snnorlntAtident the Christian church closed
i Saturday
? moved to Lake Butler Monday, will uphold the favorable reputationthe
nf the W. f! T. IT, atterdodfhe night. One new member was addedto .
City Barber has
Shop
,; 4+v' f: mo.tlnp1 "l'1.tn T.ako'BUtler Sun" the church, the baptism taking NOTICE" Mr. Andreu thanks the gained.public for
Ir ,\ day aft"rnnon. place at Crystal lake Saturday after- the
he
patronage has enjoyed, assures
Mrs. O. W. Rail has returnednmf" noon. A meeting of the stockholders of old and new customers that his GreetingsFarmer

;; S after a pleasant visit with relatives Mr. and Mrs. J. L. King and Dr. the Lawtey National Farm Loan Association is well worth confidence successor and-

h?r .,'. In Tjikelnnd.Mrs Fortncr motored to Starke Sunday. will be held Tuesday, Jan. bespeaks for him kind patronage and
; Jessie. Mao Colnon. anent the Mrs M. Hall spent last week at 13, 1920, for the purpose of electing support

tN holidays with her fatheV at Now River Earleton Beach' at the bedside of her officers for the ensuing year, and any .
I niece who has been ill.
,
other business that
may come before PAID IN HIS OWN COINA
h I Mrs, Rivera of Wauchuln. returned H, S. Roebuck was a business visitor the association.! This meeting will be

homo after a visit. with relative. to Mlddlcburg Wednesday; returnIng held in the office of the leeretarytl'f'aaurer farmer took a plowshare to the Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Richard have : home Thursday. in the town hall at Lawtey. blacksmith's to be sharpened. While .
"" returned to Tjk Butler after honvvmoon Mrs. Lula Earquett and daughter, All
a member are requested to be pros the blacksmith worked, the farmer
lM' on the East Coast. Margaret, of Jacksonville, spent last ant. chuckled about a sale of hogs he had

O. W. Ml e11 and son. Leroy, were 'In week with her brother, S. R. Swindel. C. R. SAPP, just made.

i' !*> Butler Sunday: and Leroy> entered D. W, Moore was a visitor to.Hemp Secretary-Treasurer. "Them hogs was only eight months
d the school here Monday.' Tie. ton Sunday afternoon. .
s old, he said, "and none too fat, nuth- '
i''' staving at the home of Mr and Mrs Jimmie Batten, of Gainesville, i Is How' his ?. er; but 1 saw that the buyer was at .

;;, A. C. Strickland/ visiting relatives around here for a We oft.r 1MO.W tor wr. cue of eatarrs his wit.*' end and by skillful jugglln''' 1920

Mrs Edna Dudley who In teaching few days. that cannot W curd by UALL'M g, I boosted up the price just three hun

.school at Jennings' was!!! !to town Sun-. In Mr. and Mrs S. B; Woodard we CATARKH HAIJL-S CATARRH MRDICINK.MKDICINB. Uk.I dred per cent. Yea, sires, I got three

dav. the county metropolis on business o. iBUmatly .od act Uiroufh tbs Bloo4: time. more for them than I uster get
r ;r TjflHa Colson, of Jacksonville. Is visItlna .1 Monday. .a Hold tbo tv Humus Burf c.. of tho mj..t.m. before the war."

; ; her uncle, G. W. Ball this week: Mrs ,J. H. Moore baa returned to'' frio* llo.arnaac.ta TMtlmoolali for ever fr*".fortjr r.ors I The plowshare being; done, the, farmer

,I, , Mica Alberta FieHing'' and brother her home at Stark, after visiting; her I F. jr. CbMwr Co., Tol 4o, olds, handed 'the smith fifty cent.

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P EDUCATIONAL Tuesday on a hunting trip and while Mr. Hamp Connelly, of o,

1\1 I here was the guest of II. C. Wimberly. I and Miss Bedie Mott, of Har ie, po

I[ Bradford County Farmers I Normal Courses Oft-red by Unit erf ity Mrs. Bailey Lang and children left quietly .married at the home or J!.

of Florida Wednesday for Jacksonville whereI Kelly Wednesday the cerenu, t bar

will reside. 0 s
: I they performed by Mr. Kelly. yya
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WHAT MAY HE PLANTED tral aim in all crop rotation systems ed and shipped cooperatively a car of Miss Ella Allison, in charge of nor- Mrs. Carrie Starling, of Jacksonville I friends witnessed the cerenu' ys,

t"a IN FLORIDA THIS MONTH should be to leave each field in a better fine hogs. Some of these hogs had mal courses in the Extension Depart was visiting relatives here Tuesday ,

,f state ef cultivation and reasonablyfree been corn fed and were in fine shape.St. ment, Drake University, Des Moines, and Wednesday. I

{'a' I The following; lint includes what from pests at the end of each ro- Lucie County: Mr. Coleman, of Iowa has obtained a leave of absence I Messrs. F. A. Sanders and H. C. I CUFF1NS( CASKETJE
i Ft. Pierce Farms has recently introduced and this week joined the staff of the 'Wimberly Jr. visitors to Jacksonville
r : experience has demonstrated ran be tation cycle.' were And a full Ha.Undertakers' oil J
Division
General Extension of the University
ka''' a k. Kucccssfully grown this month in the The most profitable system must 12 holstein calves from New Wednesday. I I

.: several sections of the state: be worked out for each farm, aryl for York state, 11 grade heifers and one of Florida at Gainesville. B. II. Ricks left Sunday for his home Supplies 1

{ Vegetable Garden-DurinK this each field. The county agent can be registered bull. These calves are do Miss work.Allison is II a specialist! in normal in Labelle, having visited relatives for i I Automobile Hear*.

month HOW spinach, mustard carrots, of much service in the planning. ing nicely. Mr. Coleman is working I(two weeks. I Always on hand. The b,it

beet, turnip, leeks, early radish, There are certain general principles toward a real Holstein dairy. The General Extension Division of After a short visit with relatives, I vice at the lowest prices ],pecifj) -

n' ; and for the ]last crop the Black however, that should be borne in Santa Rosa' County: Farming in the University of Florida will makea Master Billy Wimberly returned to'I II attention to telegraph < -derii

l Spanish, Mammoth end Chinese Hone. mind in this connection in order to Santa Rosa county is on quite a boom.A special effort to encourage: teachers I his home at Madison Friday. j

4* Early varitiea of turnip and rutabaga accomplish the most satisfactory results. number of farmers from Georgiaand holding first, second and third grade I C. M. Click of Jacksonville was a j jI I Registered Emba4iierLeWITT

for table use can be grown Alabama have recently moved to certificates to take normal and review I business visitor here Friday. I IMr. II

) Sow lettuce, endive, cabbage; broccoli For soil improvement there shouldbe this county. courses, in order that they may and Mrs J. II. Boulware and ) C. JONES

f r kohlrabi and early cauliflower. at least one leguminous crop in Volusia County: A large acreagein pass examinations for certificates ofa children left Saturday for' Bronson I "
: As the weather l is very unstable, it l is each rotation cycle. To this class of the Barbervllle section will be higher grade. It will make an effort -I where they will reside. I j Starke Fla.

t .' ." bent to HOW in a frame and protect plants belong the cowpea and the vel- planted to watermelons and sweet po also to help teachers on temporary John Marr arrived Friday from >: Q-=-=- -

r H, young: plants during severe cold vet bean. There should also be a sufficient tatoes. Farmers breaking land for certificates to procure state certificates -i Bradley Junction to relieve Mr. Boul- Habitual Constipation Cured
weather. Cress chervil, parsley and number of animals, especially of the first grade. i
spring crops. ware as section foreman Mr. Boul in 14 to 21 o."t/
w celery, the latter for cutting, shouldbe milch cows, on each farm to utilize the, Informatin regarding these and other ware
Polk County: The agent has been correspondence courses be had by I having accepted the position as "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a sped! ty-
sown. roughage and supply the desired instrumental in assisting the farmersin may section foreman at Bronson. prepared Syrup Tornc>LaxadwforHabi ial
If the hot-bed has not been prepared quantity of stable manure, which, in 1 addressing the Correspondence-study Constipation. It relieves P'Omptlyshould cat
making sugar from cane juice. Masters Roy Lord and George Parker
during the previous month, it addition to green crops plowed under made Department, General Extension Div- be taken regularly for 14 to 21 J ys
About of was
10 pounds sugar spent the New Year here with
} ,, should be done at once, to sow eggplants will furnish humus' to the soil. The of It is noticed ision, University of Florida, Gaines- to induce regular action. It Simulates nd
from 60 gallons juice. relatives. *
q the lat ville. Regulates. Very Pleasant ti Takes (Oc
r pepper and tomatoes; conditions resulting from this treatment *
that many returned soldiers are raising Miss Carrie Starling returned '
; ter can be sown a little later than if the soil is properly handled Practical Course in Newspaper Writing on per bottle.
rabbits for food, calling on the Monday from a visit with relatives at
the former. will make the
.lIuceeeding more
crops agent for help and bulletins so convincing Glen St. Mary.
Y. Plant peas for general crop such vigorous and capable of offsetting, in him that he has purchased' The whys and wherefores of news 1 R. L. Black, of Gainesville, was a "DIAMOND DYE" OLD

(P n as black eyed and large; White Mar. some measure, the effects of any pests rabbits for his own use. Lettuce and paper writing are dealt with in a business visitor here Monday. I

rowfat. Champion of England; Telephone that may appear. cabbage looking; well. course' offered by the General Extension GARMENTS LIKE N WAn (
Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss Win-
and other varieties. Towards Again the successive in
: crops any Division of the University of woman can dye faded shabby
h the end of the month the extra early rotation should be so selected and arranged FER1ILIZEK FOR STRAWBERRIES Florida. It is designed for reportersand ifred Wimberly returned to Lawtey wearing apparel, whether w ol, silk, cotton

varieties like First and Best, Little that no two upon which the correspondents who wish to ad- Sunday for Miss Winifred to resume linen or mixed good x> any color!

Gem, American Wonder, Dwarf Telephone same pest may thrive will be grown: in Three Applications Complete Fertilizer vance in their work and for persons' her studies after a two weeks' vaca just like new, by following simple direr*
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Gradus, Nott's Excelsior' tall succession.. The principles of disease Recommended who have not yet written for news tion. lions In each package of "Dionond Dyee"

b and dwarf Sugar and Alaska may control by means of crop rotation are papers. Chas. Thornton, of Jacksonville was I, ]
transacting business here last' week.ZIFF .
be planted. based upon the fact that certain pestscan ..It is good practice to apply_ the No text book is required as the assignments -.
Divide and transplant shallots, also' thrive only on certain kinds of fertlizerfor tttrawberieg in. three : were written with they idea g r

r net out cabbage plants sown in No. plants. applications; the first before the of presenting to the student in a practical You Do More Work, ...

vember. These crop rotation plans are spe- plants' are net in the fall the second way important points such as You are more ambitious and you get more

r' Onions, if not already transplanted, cially good for the general farmer but Lhout December 1, and the third in accuracy, the lead, kinds of stories, Ziff, Jan. 0.-Rev. J. W. Woods- of enjoyment out of everythli.g when your _
should be hurried so that they may can be followed to certain extent by blood la in good condition. Impurities In
interviews of of
Starke filled his
M January,, .Tht'. secondapplication sources news, ways :( regular appointment the blood have
desire a very depressing effect
who
have time bulb. Those others. on
5+ raise onion to sets should the ---, - _+r __ should contain a fairly high" percentage asking news, punctuation, preparationof at Dedan Saturday and Sunday. the system, causing weakness, laziness, I
to ROW
of potash according to _A. P. copy and the choice of words. Misses Rhoda and Lomie Thomas' nervousness and sickness.
I
seed towards the end of this month, as COUNTY AGENTS' *
RETORTS
Spencer of the Extension Division of The course waft written by and is were vsitors to Brooker Friday morn GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
;,i' , onion sets which are set out earlier the College of Agriculture. This.. is in charge of agraduate of the school ing. restores Energy and Vitality by Purifyingand

A., in the fall can be sold earlier than Brevard County: A large: numberof put on to make the berries firm and of Journalism of the University of I Our school opened Monday. after Enriching the Blood. When you feel

those rained from ,need.It farmers and growers are buying; or in intended to overcome: soft fruit Missouri' on whose actual newspaper two.weeks' vacation. Its strengthening, invigorating effect see
; is better to sow onion seeds forIIt.t planning to buy tractors. The fact i! how it brings color to the cheeks and how
caused by liberal applications nf nitrate experience much of the instruction is i I L. R. Lewis was a visitor to Sampson -
in February, as they generallyget that so little feed is grown here atptescnt it improves the appetiti, you will then
v based. This is non-credit of | !
t ) of sale or organic fertilizers. a course : City Monday. appreciate its true tonic value.OIOVE'S .
too large if sown this month makes the cost of keeping 1:
..In adition to the three applications fifteen assignments. Purvis Lewis and sisters spent Saturday -
_f t'1' Northern needs will not make nets in work animals almost prohibitive and I''I TASTELESS Chill TONIC
'
r |1"1' complete fertilizer, it is an. .ad- Ii.formation concerning correspondence at New River with their aunt, "IB not a patent medicine It is simply
J our climate the tractor seems to solve the prob I I vantage to apply nitrate of soda .at courses may be had by addressing :J: Mrs. W. M. Hodges. IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.
f / and medicinal herbs
Sow sweet lem. In citrus nearly all the
groves the rate of 150 pounds. per acre after the Correspondence-study Department Fronie Rivers spent last week at I,i So pleasant even children like it. The
fi y:, i such as thyme, sage, mar jorum, bene work can be done better with tractors the plants have been. bearing for General Extension Division, University New River with relatives. I I i blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRONto

s rosemary pot marigold, borage, savory than with animals and with less cost. thirty days. This' starts out .newgroath of Florida Gainesville. :|: Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Rivers and children Enrich It. These reliable tonic prop
balm tansy and wormwood. The to be erties never fail to drive
caterpillar type' seems pre-j out Impurities in
+
in the plant, and prolongs the spent the first part of the week the blood. -
Cucumbers be planted for forcing. furred.
bearing' period however to apply thin HIGHLAND at Starke with relatives.A .
:
s //:. ]t' is best to plant the! seeds' in Volusia County: Great demand here I ; J I I The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S
I nitrate of soda without hating/ fertilizer large crowd attended the monument -, TASTELESS
Chill TONI, has made it
dirt bands first and when the third for bred and
; pure dairy cows purebred fairly high in potash already in Highland, Jan. 9.-Mrs. J. II. Doul- unveiling to the late E. D. Abernathy -' the favorite tonic In thousands of homes.
e leaf is developed transplant into the bulls Truck ,
crops' looking; the soil is likely to give berries that ware and children returned Tuesday at Dedan cemetery Sunday afternoon. More than thirty-five yaars ago. folks
hot-bed. 'good. Lettuce moving lighty. will not stand shipment. from a visit with relatives in Jack would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S
Although/; cucumbers' for shipping: Pasco County: Farmers busy grinding TASTELESS Chill TOMIC when
sonville. We a
For home use, or for local consumption are sorry to report Alva Thomas
arc mostly planted in November andDel't'mb..r cane, making syrup arid butcherIng ', member of their family bad Malaria rr
it 1M not no> important to have Thos.' L. Dean'nf DeLand, was a still on the sick list
I if the hot-bed is properly hogs. There number of needed a body-building etrength-giving
: are a the berries firm but the nitrate of soda business visitor several days of lastweek Messrs. T. I). Pinholster and J. S.
tonic. The
formula is just
made, those planted in thin month will evaporators in the county and these' j <> the same today -
j bear better than if planted in Novem. are very satisfactory. Orange 'II| IM recommended in order to prolong returning to DeLand Monday.H. Forsyth visited the county seat Mon- and you can get It .from any drug
crop
the bearing season. A. Owens of Waldo, was here day. store. 60c per bottle. -
ber. moving fast. Ground has been broken -
: I I
In order to have-bearing plants witha
Field-Plant potatoes The Early for spring crops.' .
root need attention .
good system they '
1 Rose and Bliss Triumph best., Madison County: The sugar cane' '
before the fruiting other.
4" Asparagus' roots should be net out, crop of this county is very satisfactory 'I season -
wise' the root system Is small and
x2{ also Rod Hust-Proof! ] oats seed rye, An increased acreage of at
r. barley, wheat, vetches, buckwheat, all least 25 per cent is expected another they very quickly show the effects ofa
lack of moisture.
varieties of clover dwarf Essex rape season. Farmers becoming more interested -

Tall Meadow oat, meadow fescue, orchard in clearing the land of stumps SIDELINE
Dims; AS A
1 grasses, all varieties of millet\ , as is evident by the number of farmers -

h41 giant beggar weed, lespeder.a or Japan that art removing stumps' this On Which
be The keeping of a few swarms of Side
clover and carpet grass may
fall.Lake bees has proven to be a highly profit
sown County: Sweet potato crop
able eide line for many farmers and
r Swfr stt J Ol'chal'd-Fruit trees of all kinds, sold for a good price. Syrup sellingfor fruit growers. Bees are necessary I

such as' pecan, pear plum, peach, apple $1.2I per gallon.: Cattle going for the proper pollination of nearlyall
and orange: as well as other varieties into winter in fair shape, altho showing berries 11 I
fruit and some vegetables
of fruit enumerated in the effects of ticks.
trees
alfalfa and clover where grown for
M this catalogue, should be planted. I Alachua County: The delayed cold seed. They will increase the crop in Are You?
January and February are the best gave more time for the making of
-e the case of some varieties from 10 to
r' s months to set out fruit trees.-Walton syrup before frost foil on the cane,
100 per cent producing more perfect, .
.
I Seed Company's Catalogue. and a very fine grade of syrup has therefore, more salable fruit. A
{6. BruSseU sprouts and strawberriesmay been made in all parts of the county.
few colonies of bees require less care
also lie planted this month. Lee County: The Leo County Agricultural -
_, ,. A than a sow or small flock of poultry,
---- ---- and Livestock Associationheld
'
''r and will produce annually a consider'
CROP ROTATION PAYS a community meeting at AlvaIn
able amount (10 to40 pounds hive)
late per PROHIBITION WILL BE ENFORCED .
December. The purpose of the of surplus honey. ;, .
'fi Many HenefitH Come from Such
meeting was to organize
; a communitysugar
The care of the bees should be in

SystemsA ; cane mill for larger and to acreage make to arrangements be the hands of the member of the family That is as certain as the doom of the liquor
a
/;
who has
the steadiest; nevres, who
systematic rotation of field crops planted to cane another year. traffic.
is a keen oberver gentle and
I ; mover
should itself the Florida those'
command to were also formed to finane e
s. s farmer It makes for soil improvement hn. I lover of live things. If such a one
r mees needing: help Farmers not
1 will devote little time
a with better crop yield l ns a result ivnking I up all of the cane into syrup handling of a the bees they to will proper .BUT IT WILL NOT ENFORCE ITSELFIt

l and for partial elimination of l but saving the most of it for seed be proveto
most valuable
addition
a to
l certain crop pests However, the Duval County: Whore sown early' any ..
most profitable crop rotation does not both oats and rye looking fine and farm. will not be enforced by lax officials, elected

consist merely in changing the croprf,.{ furnishing some good prn/lng for all THE MOVING+-PICTUREThe --- by the vote of the "bootlegger." '

around from year to year, regardlesss kinds of livestock. Winter truck

s of the relation of the crops' to ouch cropsrnhhuVrr' lettuce' etc, looking | moving picture is a great edu-

other, says the extension division of vorv ffood. I'j cator. That which we Bee with the SUPPORT CANDIDATES WHO STAND FOR '..

'err 1he College of Agriculture The cen :Manatee Countv We have collect-.' I eye sinks deeper into the mind than LAW ENFORCEMENT '

that which we merely hear or read.

That is the reason illustrated joul'nal.111m .".,
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'
I r became popular. The fight against the licensed barroom .

Moving pictures are potent, either
<<
for good; or evil' Evil pictures should has been won. I ,

he severely censured. Good pictures

I should be encouraged. It is creditableto tIt

the moving picture houses of the must be followed up.
r ,
I country that they do not allow im- :c'

I proper pictures now-at least to any
;; extent. THE LAW OF THE LAND MUST BE ,

Our children nowadays, who attend OBEYED .

the movies, know more of the world :,

) k4DIS when they are eight and ten years .'

r CARDED old, than their parents did when they To assist in enforcing Prohibition there will


rr: DANGEROUS were They twenty.ought to be used in the be a week's campaign for funds, beginning January J

churches' to illustrate
impress and illuminate
4f sermons 16, the day the Eighteenth Amendment be-

Calomel salivates! It's mercury. Calomel In Detroit, Michigan, the schools comes effective. \,

acts like dynamite on a sluggish liver. When will have them to illustrate lessons

4 i calomel comes into contact: with sour bile it particularly lessons in history and
geography: The time is not far distant LETS MAKE IT A RED LETTER WEEKIN
crashes into it, causing; cramping and nausea. when this useful invention will

be utilized for many practical purposes THE BATTLE FOR NATIONAL AND

Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead I WORLD FREEDOM FROM RUM.


If you feet bilious, headachy, con. and without making you itck\ ;, you Remember Thl*. r ,

l *' tipated and an knocked out just go Just go back and get your money. To extinguish flames from petroleumpour
If take calomel milk over them and they will be
end bottle ofDodnon'i you today joullbe
4r to your druggist get a
pat out Immediately, for the milk 'I
sick and nauaeaied beF
tomorrow -
liver Tone for a few tents, forms an emulsion Educational
with the oil and
't Temperance I
sides, it m'y salivate you wUfle Ifd1wte Campaign
which I Is a bmrmleu vegetatl sub- prevents the fire from spreading.
take Dodson* Liver Ton
w' for dangerous calomel. Take you yetull .
will wake up feeling great, ofambltloa ;
t a pooaful and If it doesn't start / and ready for work or play piles Cored In 6 to 14 Day

liver and straighten' you\ up ntnegt.t.rHtend mom* If PAZO OINTMENT fell
your It fc harmleu, pleuaat wad safe to to r.luihlin.Blmd. Bhwdln or Protradln; Puw.
C better and quicker tbaa n* ty calomel give to children they. like It. Instantly nlwvm l Itching FUM. und you CM * rriHf1Hrirtflur tin tlr'l e.alkataa. Prfe 11II. :::
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; I fT> JANUARY 1920.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PACE SEVEN
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Still have a few Lard Can, Don't ."n. do app<.r to the complainanta ,,11.I\ ."m- ..
FARMER BROWN forget our Flashlights and Batteries, plaint herein on or .hrfnr the End day ofFebruary. -
NO BEER-NO A. 1). 1K20. In default thereof a
I WORK as well us Bulbs for all makes of Au- decree pro confeaaa will\ be entered airalnpttbe

Lomobiles. said John)* Thnm"" ..".
Good morning Farmer Brown. It I. further nrdcerd that thl. notice be pub.
1ITT C. JOXESIIAHUWAIU' lUhed in the Bradford County Telefrraph a
What in the matter with you thin netAftltaper. mhllnhed at Starke, Rradferd ....u". ,
morning, Mr. Brown. ; STOKE ty. Florida, once eaeh week for five eonaecutive ,

fl %' Why I'm about froze to tit-nth! ......h.
7 J IN! WITNESS WliniFOF: I have herennloaet !
IIiII Hal! liu; Who ever heard of any ESSEX IIEAUTY SETS my hand and affixed thy Beat of the Clr. y

'I one freezing to death in Florida ? Why cult Court on this the. Both day of December, /t'.
NEWlITO STANDAIM)
A, D. IWIIi.
0 j (Iijj thin I.'a September morning; in Mary- W. T. WTEKS. '

land. Why when you fellows die ando Clerk Circuit I Court Bradford County
I, 1'lr..1 Demoni-trator wid by t:. II. iSFAl.t Florida.A .
ib to that hot climate the pacechrr 8. CREWS': .
b 6 tolls us about you will think it's just Smith Amareit lineal !Motorists Solicitor for Complainant. 1-2-6t-l-no

IIII Hummer starting up. l by UN Wtmd.'rrul Tq
ORDER FOR TtrBl ICATION
jifl That reminds mo of a story of a no.gro Performance.Setting In Clirult C mrt. Mlate of Florida. Rlvhlh t e

preacher preaching about hades Judicial (Circuit Bradford County In Chan. :.1 ;

being a ..old. i icy place-freeze as noon rl;n: r
w1 24 new standards of automobile Ruby CSorman.Complainant.. e n
I / you an.iOn asking him why he beauty economy and performancethe / H ;i'; : .
,
% put it up like that he Bald it would v* I \ r)
first KBROX:
demonstrating car received I fl. E. (..orman.IVfendant..
never do to tell them it ".
negroes was it E. II. Smith the t"
by was center ,
'
hot place, or they would all want to / It apirearlna; .by airidavii( apivrnded to the ,'1! 4"
of interest for local uutomobilo bill filed. In the alxive-elaled ....... that O. H. '/:
go there the first frost enthusiasts today. I German the. defendant therein named larealdent a '
I
Well Rrown. let's get down to business of I lie Hal of Florida, and conerala "
We have lots The car, a five n hlinnelf ao that proeeaa of
See
new goods n attractively finished in satiny dark served upon him and .la over the .... of twentyone . '
these, L'lIutlfulSaclJI"II--only fill and yearn ; It la therefore ordered that Raid -.' 's' ..
$22.50/ -before the war prices.Well Itl'l'"n. it hex. the! smart square lines non-realdent defendant Ite and la hereby/ required
1i/H I l which have been no. widely copied lur- to appear to the hill of complaint. fifed t.'
well! 1 will have to have! one I in said eaune on or before Monday, the Pod .
of those. lug the pant year. In every detail of day of lihruary. A. (). IVPO otherwlM the. : .

finish, from its deep, luxurious upholstery alleiralloiui of said bill will he takin aa con .
Heie utv our new lirunley Plows feeaed .by said d<.feiidatit.It )1'. .
both wood mill steel beam--one and to its xluntiiij \\iiul-Khifld! it incomparable 1 I. further ordered loin this order lie ruhllehed ';!
two-horse ) only to the moot costly ono a week for flv. conaecullv weeka \
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the In .ItrauTnrd C Minly Teletrraph.. a newepa- "1 1I"
market
We will need II
spring) 1 1'onHostiiiijr a flexibility and a 1I1.m'j I Thla December II.t, ItlID.W. T. WEEKS. 7

- You seo we have n full line of Harness ngly unlimited reserve of power/ Ifleal) Clerk. Circuit, Court. i 4i

Collars, Pads, llami-H, Traces performance' of this ICatiex is ,littlonhoit A. 7.. AUKINS.Solicitor. !'!,

Single Ti, os and, Recast C'huins. of miraculous It him proved fur Complainant I-2-tt-l-ln

t -= w Stoves und Ileatcis are selling like 'ability to accelerate from a NIITHK: of sTocKiioi.nrns MEETING

-- -'- (ll" hot cakeat a county fair. You don't start to 'M miles an hour in 2 0-8 m ItiJ Notice U hereby irlvrn hat Hit regular

want to go home without takiu+rtww1 ondd! and! to !:10)() inilos an hour in I 5) annual meetlnir of the Htockhnldeni of lit.
-HTmter Htale Hunk will lie held In lu lunikn -
seconds No however '
or two of these new wooden Cedar hill bleep' .
... ( roams In l.awtey, Florida, on TneadayJanuary
Water Buckets. stop it and it rides over tho roughest lit 10JO, nt 8 p. m. to elect s
=r- rondo with the ruse und comfort of a hoard nf dieertnra, far tlm enaulna: year and '

,........ --- Well so you nave the Cedar Ilwkets. of much 'transact such other builncwa aa may properly" n.roam .
car greater w..lj."ht.Allide ,
I have been
trying everywhere to before them. "
.;- = ; -- get them. from its wonderful pciformanve J. C. UYIin.J 1, \

-2t. Caahler.NOTICE ., 5
Well I have always told you to come one of the most diBlinicuihinif .. -, .'>

-:..:-- to DeWitt C. Jones and It we haven't characteristics of the 1 10nscx is a notable of STOCKHOI.DRII8 MEKTINO ,;

simplicity of di'Hiirn. The engine ... ..
got what you want we will get it for Notice In hereby riven that the .al. 1/ r,
18 just a clean block of met l. Every annual meetliur of the etnckhnldcni of thaHamilton ,
i you if it can be gotten from any Btate Hank will be hold In; ll> bank. r1,
I wholesale excess part' has been eliminated., making I'r'nms In Hampton, Fla on Tueeday '
house or factory in the U. ,
the tank of the owner ulio emeufor January 1>. 1020,1! at 7 p. ;;.., to elect aboard
\f- S. A, We are here to nerve the pub "
of director for th..nmuing year and
-- lic and arc only adding a fair and his own car a pleasure Instead ofa traimael .urh other buelneiMl .. may properly t. ,
burden The use of shutters on the! come ,brain them [,
reasonable profit to our goods I
radiator eliminates the ,nereHsitv of I A. A. FUTCH.i IY
We have the for the entire .
agency
International covering' the hood with unsl. .i il i jit. Caahler. :IhMAKTItlt'X
Harvester Go's line andit
bandages l to retain the heat lit the winter .
includes all kinds. of Farm Machinery -
SAI.RUndyr :
and permits of the utmost ease of I final Decree fKn .
and Engines. We sold an Engine and by virtue uf a "
startiiiK even in the coldest weather reel.*mil re made and rendered. .by lion. J. 'r. r '
today but the finest of Will. Judve of the Orrult Court of. Florida
We have Dry Cell flatteries for "Nothing very materials Pluhth Judicial Circuit. In and for HradfnrdCuutity y

i and workmanship are used In <'hantry aiulnii, In that certaineaua \
car engine
telephone p
your or wherein tin Flrat National Hank nflalneevllle 1
throufcht-out the Essex" declaredMr ,
11 Well I want ten of th'm. which ( a eon>oratlon, wan complainant It\ I
will make anything crank easier Smith "Its desifrn incorporates : and I.. T. Claw and A. M. thaw, hi. wire I
up the experience Rained through ten I Iy'are wore di. fondant. 1 I. the undenilxiied. an HpeeialMuHtcr. ':?
this cold weather.We have .levied upon and will aril IM.far ; ,<
--- - '- -- - --- of achievement in building fm
have just received a shipment ofGalvanlt..d the court IUIUMI door In fltarke llradfontmmty f r'
care The proof of this in to be seen (! Florida, between tlw leiral hour of l I Iash' l
SOUTH STRONGHOLD OF PROHIBITION : Piping and Pitcher\ in its performance which has amazedthe on Monday the 2nd day. of February, .' t ,' ,
: '
l umJlII.! 1W1MI, the name helnir a h'tcal ..1.. day to the ,! r.
Also a full line of Galvanized motoring world. It is built in the hittlieat and bent bidder tha following deaerlh. i*
Hudson factory in Detroit and is backed rd. real cHtate, to-wlt ITwo I:
Enamel arid Granite Ware, CarpenterTools Aorea. lying North and Rolith In RouthrHNl ,IlL
The ) Disston by one of the strongest organizations Corner or Lot Ten (lob. sin, the South hI
Henry Hand Saw
MAIN; CALLED ON AS TORCH BEARER I to be found unywheie in the industry Half . all In HeetlnnHcvon
is one of bur fast sellers : (171.' Township Sven ((7)), .Hollth, Kan. ItI

We are giving all our customers a Twenty lint I t-aitt; the aam*Itt ha void: aa tha
i :
"In 1019 its such pmn'rtr of I.. T. Hhaw I and I M. Hhaw. hlawife :
popularity
beautiful wan
11)20 Calendar Don't forget
to katlnfy and pay said Final Uecrva. '
to take one home with you. that 20,001)) Essex were built und sold Au..."..,.'! I I..era and CuHla.lerniNi . I ry
r,
IN FINAL FIGHT WITH LIQUOR TRAFFIC That's right I never fail to get one and the demand In nil parts of the Cant!. A, N. CRFWfl. , )

of DeWitt C. Jones Hardware Stoic country today is greater than ever. J. C. AI>KIN8. HiHWlal l Master "

Calendars Although the factory capacity' has (:""'1,1,111I11I1'1, 801l..ll. <>r. 1.5. t-l-10 Iy .
_
I Our calendar representing| the. Home/ been greatly inercasedthe, I number we NdTICK!: OF STOCK IIOI.KFRH MfETINO i.

Guards, is greatly appreciated.See have been able to obtain ID strictly Not lea la hereby Riven that the regular .:

that fellow ,, in lie limited and in far below what we. need annual meetlnonf the utoekhotden, of thallradford !
Seven-Day Campaign for Funds to Begin January 16 When the National coming now County Hank will ba held. In Ita bank.IIIK 'J1 1 ,
to cUHtUIl1'r ---udv.
ed .
satisfy our
is coming to pay his bill. You know mom. In Clarke, Morlda. on Tuiradnv., I '

all charges me duo first of each) month -- ---- - January. IK. U1211.! at T iHO I'. m.. to ctent a 1,'
Anendment Goes Into Effect-Anti-Saloon League Marshals Forces hoard of dirertiira' for tha ennulim year and ;'
and must lie paid by the tenth and the tratmart such! other business aa may pruiwilyAomv "I I .
farmers like fine KIDNEY TROUBLE bt. .fore thorn i .
are paying up fel : t

foGreat:, Movement to Finish the Job-World Dry by 1930, is Aim. ]lows. Auburn Glt,!--"For ninny years I have I-I-I/t. j. n. itrrcir. .1 Caahlar.ft.. ;' ''b:,

Ray crown the City Light I'lant boon domii nun'h liiiuvy work mi'I I my note,-rv .Jy' ty .

is much in need of wood and inn fromkiilni I mil* ii',
very arepaying Itlil etiolMod, flllnuHtlltllN'ftriblllo COM MISSION' FH'H HAUt fj
$4.21i! cord for four foot wood. Itt tu"' .*. lleri'by nntlna. I IN given. that uniler and .by . lk
the earl?, stages of the fight for I Even tbe most casual reader of the Interfere with individuals. It is Intended Can't you farmers get busy and make I have triad, niuiiy virtue of that certain decree tif partition mad, i : .

IN pnblblllon the states of the news of the day realizes that Prohibition largely as a campaign of edu- homo extra money and do your county hhulinvuintiirvor-L h"IM..I. iiii'didiiio, for and llradford entered tloiinty In .the, I'lorliln.Circuit In Court Chancery! In and on the I.'j\; ;

south took ue lead and have maintained I bus Its. hardest fight ahead. Tim cation. Literature to counteract th. seat a good turn too. + nl, month* ago I tut day of Oetoher.. A, I 1) IK IIP. In favor of SfAlva I)"
.,''r
at tbe polls. propaganda of the who seeking Ahernnlhr.' widow, O J. Aliernathy andI'uuretia
traffic Is
liquor waging wets are
;
When be for V bought lioltln ofllr.
urn to ready u '
you going ,
ill the trying years In' : AlMirimthy' a minor, by his nut : ; r I
it In In tbe court and in tbe nubile press to nullify the prohibition act*. Is one of our Dulion Talking Machines ? '. 1'iiWfi'N Aiiiirln friend. Alva ''MHirtiathy, complallianla. , and k .

which the death truggle wllhthe forcoabehind one about strawberrytime. :.. hive Inknn tluim, I huitballd Fddla: Aberfuithy., and 1I..t. Aber.nathy \ ''I' f t
In a in its bl tory. held and dry candidate. will be sup ; ., an defendanta.. the undentlunud. aa com.mlitMlntirni . ,1 t, f .t
In this coup \ wle"nunInud
the llnior traffic To those who think America now ported against the candidates of the All right there willoco\' plenty otmOIll'y lire' new' will ftfer and. pall In front of IhuHmith '

try. is "dry, all that Is necessary i* a wets for every political office from nay moon Is now nur of the Coiirthotlim In Hlarko' Flor" J 1
made on beriics this Ida the Noun of sale, Mon. '
during Itnal
year on
the first Ito j yonual| I highly l | |
As a eecthi4 i the south was glance around you. Reports are coming President downward.In Tell your friends to come In und rcennirrutiid I'r. "' ...",, '. Aiiurln (nut i-aria. day. tha Und day ,'I "','bruary, A. I). IU20. to .5-i/, j.
clear Usenet\ the stain of the liquor | the blrlu and I..1 bidder. for cash In hand v I
of tbe death of or morepersona nil sufferers from
one !
small factor dully addition to enforcing Prohibition let us play a number of records for trouble-MItd.) kidney the following fl.Iu Mind 1..1.....y. attuated and I'' I I<
and !lu been no A. It, CLACK; lit. 1.
traffic ,
financial I from drinking wood alcohol In this country the aim of the Anti- them on the Dal ion. No better machine : lylnu. In llradford mono: .'I..I in its moral and sup- North of anilHiiutlienHl .
giving sold Half Northeaxt quarter
concoctions
and other dangerous t I
Saloon League is on the miuket today. We want Back-ache i"
the successful: battles which World-wide Prohibition tjuar'er of NortluiaMt, Quarter and ,. ,
in
port of the country have under the guise of corn whisky., and by 1980. To accomplish this tbe all lovers of music to hear our mR- Augusta, Oa.s!--"I( run lilulily' rwnmmi'nil Northwent tlunrtor of Houthweat Quarter \nd8ftlilhiant ;
other sectio't the activities of the so-called "blindtigers" (uarler of Houlhweat (, ,1Rurtlon
,
Prohibition forces ihino before they buy. I II'. IVnti's Anurllu't'ablets' tu 1111.ufI".re /.rl..r. "
which not only hare to
this traffic and tl, 'lownnhlp 1 Mouth Range SI Eaat, \
again
waged truulilim. l
In of healthwa a
kidney My
outlawed in America were never so pronounced combat the liquor forces already in- We are still selling lots of Cutleryand containing Kill' nerea more leH. Alms IliaHmitliwmt .:
I .
; from :
ki'luiytrnuliln
bfiomes IxinoiniiiR very poor thM.
definitely ,
of the at the
,
tbe history country as Unaiter ef tluarter and
trenched Plate
I with Jonslltutional amendment': in Europe Mexico, South Community Silverware und lini-kaiili itml the kl ,1, becoiAV January present time. and Central America China Cuba i A full line of Safety Razor Illades, Hhnwud it I hrink-dtjHt,I ai'diinentwhen Townnliln 7 Houlh, Itiintiu 21 Kant, conlalnlnir '-.
1 that operative and other I liner atarteil to take tin 'ArilirHt. 120 aert-a, mote or leM. Aliio the Houth >aiitQuarter ; f
And now tie south is called 16'1 Ellhu Root Leads Wets countries but must fight the I i I UnriviMl. wonderful relief from' its u"'.. I ( of rloiithwual. quart and Weal Half t tof

the the Educational additional influence of the American know 'Annric' IB thu l I..t kl'lmy ",,,,I.llIn I rVmlliiaNt quarter and Northeaiit quarter of
take leatjin( r
the And this is the very condition thatis dlstllllers who driven from this country hiivo ever taken."-M Ilti.: 1::. U CiUIMIX i : Houtheant Quarter of Motion 25. 'lowniilllp 7 'I
Caitpatgn; under dirrecIn Houlti, lUnue 21 1 taut: eontalnlnr, 160 .
perance sought and is being encouraged by m-l: Cjreiino Ht.Kidney aorea.more 'i
are seeking footholds
tlon of E. Y. ( larke of Atlanta which la other or I... Alum the Nut: thrvaKiuartera
n nee1nnary I the liquor Interests They are boiiig lands and Bladder Troubleolnrnlms or hat: lluir of Houllii'. t uuarter of rkwtlon2H.
t comes as a 1 Ugical and absolutely advised by learned and highly paid 'I".n.hll' 7 Mouth n....". 11 Kant; con.lalnlnic AI J
I enactment of pro-! ( fin. .-'Tor ulmut. ten, vniira I .
the nil acne, more or tae Also the
> resultjof lawtj both state and national counsel led by Ellbu Hoot to use r very Campaign Begins Jan. U Keep Well .,"IT".od with kiiliuiy troulila lu,1 l 1 liluil'lerweaknriaa l Northwest Ijuart4, .r of Moutheant CjuarU'r ofMeellon J.

hibltion / means in their power to make Prohibition would .III, 'lownnhlp 7 South I Unite XI Kant: aeontnlninu
and the companion measures which a by-word and to make conditions This great work wUl require a large I ,r-, + ; Im veto get ill,", 'v"red 40 sera, mom or I..... Alec. the .1/ ,6/
-
enforcement. expenditure of funds, the active Do not allow the thu.everymahmod! Northwest Quarter of Northeajtt Quarter and
Aim at their roper campaign
under Prohibition so intolerable for which poisons of undigested r then would Im a North Halof Norlhwmt Quarter of Hectlon '
"Fin II" the. Job""Let's and the violations of the law so will begin January K, food to accumulate in thii>k Miiliment. I 1.1:I. Towimhlii 7 Ruth, Harm tl .....1. con \
when tbe National tiilnlnir, IJu 1 .... :
Prohibition I.
Amend arts more or Abu the
':7'- also| huil severe |>uinsH'rtNfs
and the lack of law enforcement bowels where they :
flagrant your
fin Month' Half of Nnrthweat Quarter and Weal '
and
went into 1 .
prohibition goes
enfifce' BO notorious that the people will effect and will con are a tsorbed into your 1. t HOIIIII halo, Half of Nnithwent Quarter of Houtheaiit Quarter .
1188 become the slogan tinue one week. ekideruy. of Hectlon 27. 'lownnhlfi ..... II
into the Job, I become disgusted with the situation system. Indigestioncon- I leuriied of Dr. 7 Mouth II. !
watrtword of those in charge slipalion headache bad k Ifl lr.uiit contalrilnv Iii)) urn. Inure or Ivaa.Alwi .
,
and the tbe licensed For the of 7 i'inriaAnuriranL, .
and demand a return to purpose tarrying on this the I followlnir divcrltn'd pmiwrty lying
of the campan to enforce prohibitionIn educational blood and numerous! ( nriffkriil) und know* and line In the <:ounly of Alnehua anil I>".l.
The sped and *ffectlvenens saloon. campaign organliatlons other troubles are boundto "" inic bow: vrHMl l >r.I'linVi of Florida, to-wlt. 'I'he Houtlieant Quarter
country :
this
which this work is It is tbe plan lAud purpose of the state, county and city, are being pV- follow. Keep your '-- otlMT nindiniiiea : of Nnrtheaiit Quarter" of Hectlon b2. Towimhlp

with Educational Temperance Campaign in fected in Georgia, South Carolina, Ala pi I system clean aa thousands ware 1 deei, done depends almost entirely upon ( bama. Elm Ida of' ethers do I .> "in it truil. Ity more or I.,... Aim, the Weal Half of Keel:
aitt the extent of the cooperation so far as America Is concerned to ac Mississippi and Tinn. .. by the. tllllll 1 lied taken, ono ix>f lift I WIM miicli' Ifalf and "fractional part of West half ofMeellon
the spirit quaint tbe people of this country with seu taking an occanlnnal doseof Iml.rovmlllll'll..nl..tllna n"iiiet| | <.,ily rand nil: Towmhlp 7 South Ranir 21 East
of those who hare mad the old, reliable vegetable eontnltilnir' 400 1 ..
arrea h.
more or
and to their Iris III fill nay tioutdo\ mirl af> HtritnKllieiifMl. my
Judge
situation Nash
this open eyes R.
the results already achieved. : Uroylus of Atlanta, 1 lamily liver medi- lilmliler.... tlmt I sun sliMip' all u'ulit' without J. M. AI.VAKK/,
possible of the prohibition laws l,I and keep them open to the subtle chief Justice\ of the Georgia Court of cine. aettniK up, alai I truer Imvn any morn J. W, ANDKKW8 JR.,
The placing which is being Appeals Is liu, .kuehi-K/, MUd. HMOOf It A. WftKH.Commlaalotii'ra.: : .
for their enforcement: propaganda campaign state chairman of tbe cam < < a.: A. : 3l07: ; .
.*> measures means waged by the liquor Interests. : palgn in Georgia l Thedford's River ltd. No. 1. A. V. I.ONO
books by no
upon the 8M tute the and I omplalnanta! flollcllor. 1-2-Bt-l-lll
They are spreading report In Tennessee
There la still a vast tb. state chairman It I +
Job.
the
finished encouraging the belief that the Pro Former United I NOTICE
be done before States Senator W R. I
to MAHTFK'fl SAI.KNotice
amount of work will their atUntlon I Nolle In "hereinvlvi'n that lUIr ilayn. frnm '
turn
hibltion forces now Webb one of the j I la
confess .defeat and leading educators hereby irlven' that under and by
,
forces ilate In-wlt. on th* nth liar of February A.
the liquor field. to legislation against tobacco of the _south and bead of the Webb Black-Draught I! l>. Ian). I will nrewrnt to lie ( . : virtue. of that certain final decree nf for, i
the t'.n.1u. ::: eloeure made and rendered December au .
retire from 1 : .. I '
tea and coffee. School at Dllllbucl at Bradford (Uitinty, flerlda. : ;: t
While the saloon has been legislated e. moats and vonehera nf the eNtate nf J. M I'I Ml. by Honorable J. T. Wllla, Jil.lit ef the
,
tiuhlh: Judicial i: rcult of Kradford
Is making a determined War On Tobacco Prof. J. Q. Cllnkscalesj Flitch dereaeefl. and anrily for tha approval County,
out of business, it No of Bpartan- 1 Florida. In (.h."....". In favor of f:. W, llayea.complainant. .
effort to come bark and it I this connection Judge Nash R. burg Is slats chairman for South Car Mrs. W. r Pickle, of of aflm name nl.t..and..,.. fur my final dlnrharif aa auch . and ...I..t N. O 11M,... defendant

of the educational Tem- I In olina. I'rof. Cllnkscales is prominent Rising Fawn Oa., writes Dated the. 10th day nf December. A. D the undrralirnvd. spatial maeter will ofTer
te the purpose I of the Georgia for seta In front th
Broyl., chief Justice : used court house door atNtarke
"We have T'hedford's
ISIII. Urn
: I
Campaign to see that itdoesn't la educational circles and Is presidentof I Florida I the. leva) houra of sale
perance Court of Appeals, says: Ulack'iJraught as B J. ruTcii, i.. +
Wofford Monday th. Itnd day of ,
College ,. February 1U20,
.
back. Aclmlnl tr lor of th Forst.' of J. M. Puteh
come "Tbe agitation M to prohibition of a family medicine. My decraaed. It-Ib-0t-.-2-1U (followlnir oVaitrlbed' iM'nonal. properly, to
PropagandaWhen tobacco it camouflage to handicap the L. B. Muscrov. of Jasper Is elate mother-in-law could not | I wit
The Liquor 'Twenty-Av\ head. of slosh cattl and theirIncroane
chairman for Alabama. take calomel ai It seemedtoo
amendmentto enforcement of the liquor prohibition Mr. Musgrove 1 I NOTKK TO AIM'KAR marked ..awallnw-fnrk unilerblt In on.
the Eighteenth Tbe persistent propaganda by is one of the leading men In tb. state strong; for tier, so she In Cirrtdt ( ourl. llradford County, Florida ear and uniler...,..... In th. other. car Alao. ,
the constitution was passed well- Uww and for tweuty-ftv. has used lilack-Drauulit: as a Minnie I.e ThrnnnKnn I lone army mare S yeara old named "N.IIl.i"
years been
of Prohibition said ; tbe National Tobacco League to tbe effect a mild laxative and liver Comiilalnant. \ 1 1v also one bay horn S years old. named "CharI -

meaning friends that tbe Antl-Saloon League Is forceful leader for temperance.The regulator . We use it I \I I IJ I. lie ." has sear or bruUa on neck without' re
tbe
"Our nation now I is legally do : I hnle Thompson" I quirlnu" the, rattle tu ,.. herded or gathered,
state ,
chairman
1s for in and believe l.1
the
has triumphed ; backing an anti-tobacco campaign Florida is family ,. ?,,dual| I I hut ud!, on the rantreI ,1\
cause of prohibition H. B. Minium of ills the beef medicine for i 1 v
Jacksonville 1)11.1 YOn iJIVORfK
unfounded.
through entirely Mr, i I r t.Vr.IlfcTT; : M. JOHNS .4 t f1'} 1,
the fight: I is won and we are pr.blbltlon campaign asks nothIng Minium Is one of the Ivadlog bankers the liver made." Try It. m, |-, .n shown by affidavit that the J. Fomuruinanl', Hiieclal. Manter. "i" .. ,
The i defendant' Jt hnl Thimpurin, In a eltliien nfthe Solicitor, 1-X-llt-l-aO. ", ''i'i' Flea jp'r
Insult on the genuine- 1 / R ,,
with !t. the more nor less than enforcement of the state and .. president of th. p r '. r F6t' .. hit that 10... whereahnutala ___ i
The inteoslr. campaign of liquor Prohibition laws already on the United Trust Company ; ur .r'.i. n and, that the defendant. .la over the ."
the . ]
of ColdsCauurGrlpaadiaauaaxat.AXA17vworuioWANiNCTabhteremwethe
.
nullify Prohibition is the HIT* i ronv wan, and that than la no :
Interest to statute books and the enactment of A. L. Wat kins of Jackson, president I lona In the Mlate of Florida upon whom. .. v | : .. f'eaue
answer. Their propaganda orBanuiUon i, legislation to strengthen them. I of Mlllsap>> Collage, Is stat. chairmanfor can .be had to hind acid defendant. #
ol: further .. T"..' In TI'V 'it "Lrunio Qulnlae.
that
baa been equalled only by IT IA THKKKKOKK ordered. ,, aonaldered. and
I.I The campaign does not propose to : Mississippi 'judged! that ald defendant Johnl Tbomu- C. W GROVE autttuc uu but
th. German So"el'lLll1enL.


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PACE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY fELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 9, 1820. f fI



; ment for the benefit of the people, Inquire mother, Mrs Emily Abbott.D. offered or say part thereof not lex than .10,. JA8. T. MOORE, W. F. GODWIN,
; Bradford County Telegraph 00000 and hall be .""om.nl'" by a certified I. Notary Public 1 U H. are
I I the W. Kelly of New Rivcr, spent
;, into the reason for high cost check. for 8 per. cent of the par .value of ., -A tU.tt G. W. BROWN. Wt rmctor4i
.
of automobiles. Sunday here. the bond bid for.Said .
bond to be delivered to the purchaser. -- -
Mrs. J. Pinholater the week
A. spent
Published W..IT. and entered sic I .. noon aa they can be printed.The ..
aee-I. SAME OLD PRICE end in Gainesville with relatives. right to reject any or all bide hereby
.ad dies matter at the --- I Miss Daisy Lewis is at home again, I Ia nyerved.

4 .a Btarkv, Florida. I Almost all the papers in the state her school having closed Friday. BOARD FOR fil'prlAI OF: BOND ROAD TRUSTEES AND

_ -"" I J. business visitor nninon' PISTRICT NO. ONE:
---0-- "= = have announced that they have been E. Clemons was a

E. a MATTHEWS Editor and 0'6.1):: compelled to raise their advertising to Starke last week. IDA.BRADFORD COUNTY. FLOR-

J. C. ROBINSON, Associate Editor rules. This the Telegraph has also Miss Mae demons returned to Baldwin By E. 8. MATTH S. I
tern forced to do, And just as many Saturday afternoon! after a two 1-9-6t-2fl Chlrman.

papers raised their subscription priceon weeks' visit with her parents !

The Florida Planter for Doccmbc-r January 1st. The publisher of the Miss Ruby Crosby spent the week- BANK condition STATEMENT of the Ramnton i
of the
has reached our desk. As usual it is Telegraph: has not raised the price of end in Lake City with her sister, Mrs.I. State Report Hank at Hampton In the State of FlorIda *, I II

full of interesting matter, mostly pertaining I subscription though fully justified in L. Eubanks. She wan accompanied at the clone of builnni.December (1, 1B19.Keaenrce .

to sugar cane and its prod- doing so, but the paper is offered at home by Miss Eubanks. Loan on real slate ____-..____1 ) ,6B5.11lmnm
r, ucts. This monthly IB published at the same old price, $1.60 a year, untila Miss Etha Clayton spent last week on collateral aecnrlty other .
Ft. Myers is beautifully illustrated I than real state .....__. __...... 176.96All
raise might become unavcidably visiting friends here and Bradford. other loan and discount .--. 17.ftft117
and of great value to cane growers. necessary. During the first' years of Miss Myrtle Morgan spent last weekin Overdraft _._._._......u......... 189.14
the paper's exlstjnr? when it con- [ Lake Butler with her sitter, Mrs.J. United State bond* __..______... 650,00
Hankln house furniture, fixture 4.24R.Rfi
''l The state presets still talking about tained only four pagcv, when living Crews.D. Other real state ________--..---. 1,68510
small coins. We W. Haren and family attended nu. from Incorporated bank .-<__ 12.1110.57
the of and
shortage got Bfd material work were cheap,
I It is
; Cash on hand _.__._._..?..._-__ 8.0S0.77 a pleasure to expressto
Y used to it years ago, in fact we were the subscription' price was $2, and it services at New Hope Sunday. -- i

Valued on Urooksville Star. We ; was not thought too much. By furnishing II. C. Richard, of Staike, was here Total ....,_____ -______________ 1I0.0IlS.ftiI

', haven't noticed any shortage of umall I a good weekly at the present part of last week looking after business Capital Mock paid Ll.blllttt In ____________IJB.Onnnn my friends and customers :

w 1 coins; we seldom see any other. It I very low late, we consider that we do interests. Surplus fund .........___......... 400.00 ;
is the shortage of big coin that bothers : the service. If the Misses Hazel Warren, Isla Belle Undivided proflta, lea ex"" ".... and
public good public
a 1
taxi* paid ._-.1-_-.......-..... 1,676.11 thanks and ;
us.The. I agrees with us in thin. they can Crosby and Abe Crosby were out at I Individual di-ponlt:; subject to check 29,651.21: : my appre-.
reciprocate by subscribing for instead the sink hole Thursday afternoon. T,me crrtlflrate of deno.lt *____... 18,525.57
I check .... 479.87Tot.1
I r Brooksville Star has inaugurated of borrowing: the paper and pay their Mrs. A: B. Sl>,+w and children, of Cannier outstanding ? ciation for liberal pat- ;

__ ___________ your
a wap column", where those who subscriptions as soon as they are due. Gainesville' spent Monday here with hUu 80,0606
State' of Florida County of Bradford
wish to trade off what they have no I. friends. Inr. I. A. A, Fut h. cashier of the abov named "
+ use for, for something: they need, can PRESIDENTIAL "HOUSE" CLEANING Carefoot, of Worthington, wasa hunk do solemnly wear that the above atatemcnt ,. ronage during the year
d professional caller here last week. I I. true to the bent of my knowledge. and
t be accommodated. This is a good iHllof.
'
++ Idea. All of us have something we I Little Hazel Morgan Is Improving. A. A. FUTCH. Cuhler.Riitmcribt'd closed I wish to ad-
want to trade off. Some even want to Col. House (as lie is not a militaryman Mrs A. A. Huzcn la convalescingfrom lny of January and, 1920.nworn to before me this 8rd just
"Col." stand for "color a severe attack of lagrippe.' '
swap away their wives, and others may D. W. MOORF.
their reputations.The . less") has got his walking'papers: it I Abe Crosby was a visitor to New forwt-Attoutt. Notary Public, vise, you have made this

,. seems. In bygone: times he held the River Sunday. W. O. SEALS
position, of adviser lieutenant to I'r's-I I Mr Davis, of Sapp Station, was a A. A. nURI>EN.
Lake
number of the
holiday S. R. JOHNS, Director of the best in
visitor
Wales Highlander consisted of 28pages 'ident Wilson and lie was at first constantly I Sunday. one years
in the lime light. When the Misses Eunice Hazen and Edna
fine BANK
of beautiful print on paper, STATEMENT
five colors of ink being used. The president went to Franco with his nu- ,' Baxter attended the teachers associa- Report of the condition of the Lawtey ".... the of business.
pa- merous following of "experts''," Including tion at Bradentown last week and vis. Ilnnk. at I..at""" In the State of Florida at history my
per with its pictures, descriptive matter the close of buelnenaDcc.. SI, 1919. I IReaanrce
an expert on Mesoptamian ited in Sarasota and Tampa returning ,
and advertisements, presents an manufactures Col. House was taken Saturday. Loam on real estate ...-.._._._! 7.871.42Loan. I
,
Wales Interesting and Polk compendium county. It was of but Lake a along as an expert on diplomatic ex I'I'i Mrs. Brown, who spent part of the than* on real collnteral state ____security________.other.... 2,54588 J. M. AL V A R -E Z
perts. The did not like the holidays with her parents returned to All other loam and dlncounU ...... 18,2"1.71Ove."r.rta
!kMju Iti short time since Lake Wales could papers her home at Dunnellon ..___.-..____.......____ 85.15
idea of Wednesday
:not be found on any map; now, to our president having a "sif- United State bond liberty bond*.. 1.8fiO.00 -
fleur" at his elbow, and it really irf i i i i L A. Brown made a business trip flanking hose. furniture, fixture 894357 The Dependable Store
the issue of the
from Highlandfd
judge hard understand to Starke Monday. Other real estate ...___........... 2.000.00
to
er mentioned, it is a flourishing young why he should Hue from Incorporated bank! ...... t,989.0SC.
t a city. have thought such a course desirable, I I Mrs. O. J. Griffin and son, Owen, h on hand ............._-----. 5.228b6Total ::

t as it detracted In a measure from the .Jr., attended the unveiling Sunday. _...________u______....... 66,688.88Uabllltiea
credit he gained-and not unlikely I I N. T, Ritch was a business visitor
j ', Several thousand persons of "red" from the wisdom of some of the president's here last week. Capital tock paid In ___.______1 16.000.00
proclivities have been rounded up. Undivided proflu, lea cxpcrwea and
measures. Therefore the papers Mr. Smith, naval stores operator at taxes paid ........__............ 878.80
About 260 have already been deportedand ceased to mention Col. House at Sampson City, was a business visitor Individual drpoalt subject. to check 21.075.00
the others will be sent away as all. here last week. Time certificate of dcpoeit, ...'..._ 1,028.80 ,
When the
president returned ....._
Cannier' check 1152A
outstanding
t.* c soon as convicted. This is right, and home in ill health, his Sancho Panza I I. W. Pinholster made a trip 'to the RavinK di-ponit ...._..._...._._ 10.188.aO .'
the drive should have been begun long thought it expedient to also suffer Pine Hill section Monday afternoon.Mr. All other liabilities ....._________ 85.35

ir'yR Pith ago. But" what about the "parlor bolrheviHts from a nervous breakdown on accountof ; Connelly and Miss Lubedia Mott Total u_.____._.______________ I5,(>8I8 .,... ..-,' ..
those American millionaires his "arduous" work in the peace were quietly married here last week. State of .Florida County of Bradford ,
who with liberal gifts of money assist They have friends who I. J. C. Byrd, cashier of the above named
the congress, and the papers had to men- many wish all bank do solemnly wear that the above Mate-
the revolutionists Though tion the news, but after that they shut happiness and success through life. merit ta i true to the beat of ray knowledge. and
.I department of justice acknowledges Mrs. M. P. Matheny and children belii-f. I i
} up as tight as clams. Now he has '
$ J. C. BYRD, Cashier.Suhaeribrd
that it has list of these wealthy
j rt, a again been heard from. The president left Saturday for Starke, after spending and sworn to before me till lt.
9 criminals, whose intelligence and patriotism has at last got tired of him and the holidays here at their home. day of January, A. D. 19KO. J

should make them fight the given him the cold shoulder, and D. Lynn and family, of Gainesville,
"reds" instead of aiding and abetting House "like attended services here Saturday.Mr. .
sullen
wench has
a ... >mafflm flMmwmmBiiiftw "'DmWlIflJJj.llQl.m >tDtlmm""mm"
li them, we have not heard of of .ioIlW1illIl fflgn>flKnflKlMl """'
blify any turned on his benefactor and declared and Mrs. J. R. Seville and son, I,

them being apprehended. that he will not support Wilson for a Frank of Graham, spent Saturdaywith

third term of the presidency nor any relatives
k The rather undigested assertion by man that he favors. Prof. Brinklcy Hayes was a visitor Why Is The Essex Bought By

+ some media authorities, that malaria It is not known if Col. House in here Monday afternoon a

F can only come from the bite of the more of a diplomat than simply a McBsrs. Fred Hazen will Johns, Ed- t!

anopheles mosquito, after it had bit.. smooth article, but he cannot be troub- gar McGowen, Verhon Jones and Percy .

} ten a person infested with malaria, is led with any conscience, so the course Griffls, of Hampton, were at the I

p now being disputed by f'mln'nt'physl- he took was quite logical. The powerhe watch party at the home of Mr. and

cians. While it is not denied that has had during the past few years Mrs G. B. Colson Wednesday evening.Mr. Men In Remote Sections Where An Essex '

Cry s this mosquito propagates malaria and was only reflected power, and now and Mrs. R. T. Osteen and Mrs. HUDSON

i''' should be destroyed on that account, it that that is gone, he goes back to ob. C. Roberts and II. C. Surrency were 0t Has Not Been Seen Mail Their Orders. SS X

9 Rln is well) known that the Uisouse spon-' scurlty again.: Pity for the presl- business visitors to Starke Tuesday

;' U r ,t1u tcneousfy attacks persons living in dent and the democratic party it did afternoon. i Is An Unusual Mark Of Confidence
1 regions where limestone wa- ---t (
ti swampy not happen sooner e
ter Is used! for drinking and in new Geo. E. Andreu has been metamorphosed \ t

?' p settlements were thickly wooded landis BROOK ER into a big question mark. But

cleared and broken up. And bouillon he has a right to ask questions, for he, .

as the anopheles can only propagate Brooker, Jan. 0.-The watch party has been appointed government census

e i t' not originate malaria, it is evident given tho young people by Mr. and taker for election!> district No. 6. Hunt

fh that the disease has its true Mrs G. II. Colson Wednesday night up your Bible, out of the old
h 1 source elsewhere. was greatly enjoyed by those present time, HO that you can give the ages

h Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent Wednesday of yourself and the members of your a J I

? It will :not be long before flying I in Alachua. family, so you won't keep the .enumerator I

r machines will be as common as auto A number of young folks attended waiting, and answer all questions There i is a strange and strun' Interest in must through sheer merit have won the admiration :

,,1 mobiles. Two New York Inventors the cane grinding at Mr. Edwards: without reserve. If you are a I the Essex which we have not been'able to of those who have seen and ridden i'

y'S S are perfecting a machine that will use Friday evening. woman, he will forget all about your fully explain. 'in it. 1 a'<

propellers instead of wings. The pro- Grady Kelly of Gainesville "age as Boon as he has put it down, and (,
pellers are two in number, horizontal, the week-end hero with relatives, spent the government is not going to pub You hear the most sincere endorsements Then It Must Be What

located above tho body of the ma. Iney. Abernathy lish it. for its qualities from men who have never
spent' Friday and
t chlno. They are ,about fifty feet in Saturday in Aluchua visiting relatives : even seen the car. We believe that more Others Are Saying

diameter and do not revolve fast They and friends, I CROSBY LAKE than half a million people now do intimately

1i lift the machine vertically BO that no laird Marguerite Shriver returned f' know the Essex but that does not account In every community some one car is recognized f

running along the ground in ncu-dHuury Sunday from a week's visjt with relatives Crosby Lake, Jan. 9.-Misfceg Annie for what is being said about it in remote as leader. It is not just any car of a
for a start, and starts and descentscan Kiiulerson and Gertie Keen, who have II
and communities where no Essex car has yet given make but
friends in Georgia. an individual car that holds
> bo made almost anywhere. It is been visiting Miss Louise Me Fine
returned (
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Ilnzcn much appeared. the best record for
'made are speed or acceleration or ,
to move horizontally and to turn to their home near Lawtey Sat

i' by means of rudders, and to learn to improved at this writing.A uiday.P. Dl8tnbuto.rs report having received or- hill climbing. You must know some car in (

_ _., Ii run it will be easy. This machine large number attended the unveiling B. Bryant and family left fortheir ders by mail from persons who say they that way. And haven't you heard men at-

.,. when perfected, besides its cheapness, of the late E. D Abernathy new home at Plant City Friday have heard so much about the Essex that tempt to explain the Essex by comparison
hoc will have so many point of superior monument Sunday afternoon Starke night III with that car T
the air Brooker and Graham officiated ill I they know it is the car they want.
5' ity over planes that it will camps Friends here of Mrs. Sarah Par-

probably displace them almost altogether Starke Miss Saturday Hazel Warren afternoon' returned to resume to nienter are very sorry to hear of her i, Perhaps you, too, are one who has not yet That is the way in which its riding q>?ali-

her studies in the Starke school. seen you a
.... ,
: -=--= -- School after of these words and not have heard what are likened to similar qualities in other cars
opened Monday a two .
tomfoolery going on In NOTICE OF tlTOCKHOI DEKf) MEETING:
The biggest that
tf "revision" of the I weeks vacation, Nntlc I. bi'rfby given that the regular annual people on every hand are saying about it. people know favorably and well.
y 9y the world 1 is the rawtinir of thc ittuck holder* of tit. Rank
c French dictionary. It in being done Services/ were held at Pod an chul'ehSabll',111) of Stark will D* held In It* bonking rmnni In Because of what you have heard others In attempting to explain the for
Stark r'lnrida. on Tuiwday. January 21), 1920 reason
'
by the French Academy and began 41 and Sunday by the pastor, at 7150: p. m.. to civet ft board of director* say, you approach the Essex with the most the way in which the Essex has been ac
years ago. So far they have got to Kl>v. Woods of Starke. for the nmilnir year andtransact ash other I
__ : the letter "F," and it Is estimated the Messrs. G. B, Colson/ and A. B. Sur- 1..1..... aa may eom. before them. favorable impressions. With so many thoucepted we return always to the car itself. It
.
1,0-2t. C.KO. C. WllliX Caahlur.SALE sands making the Essex the standard of must have qualities
a 'i work will be completed in the year lenry arc spending this week in Jacksonville ; men have wanted. It

W 7ah t()21'i.' The academicians meet onre a attending United States court !: OF ROAD AND BRIDGE HONKS their automobile desires, there is some exwas our aim to meet that demand. We want-

week If the weather I U fine, and after Mr. and Mrs. I). J. Kyrd and daughter hereby notice la given that at llllll o'clock planation for the confidence evidenced when ed it to have the advantages of cost and
the .
p. m. Tumlay 10th day of February.1IVJO
4 gy bowing and scraping to each other sit (Mrs Jones of Graham, attended at the county court IIOUHO In Htarkc, men send their money for a car they have operation of the light cars and to also have
rev down for a couplo of hours' work. It services at Dedain Sunday. .'10"" ., the unde..lorned will offer for laicIIMI.onA.IM never seen. the endurance and performance as well as
$ ) value of the
|par tftHO.000 of
Aagt; has taken so far, on an average, nearly I Mrs. E. P. Abernathy and son, Eugene bond. to l", l I.. u .. seven years for each l letter. If the of Jacksonville, were present at I'uitriot Number One of Bradford County, Surely It Is Not Because to costly cars.
r'larliU, authorized ..
.
; work is ever completed the eal1ieri. the unveiling Sunday at Dedan. They 1. by Chapter 7IIUO. amended -
Chapter Lam
79111 of Florldn. and Inaccordance
i.,, part of it will have become obsolete. were accompanied by her sister, Mills with the ......Iutlona of the Board Of What We Have Said Its Sales
Our own Noah Webster completed his "Marie Dyal.! i January>f Hon.I 6th.TruHtm 11)20.of trui" laid dUtrict; irti.ptod NowAll

r'' dictionary of the English: : language after I. W. Pinholster, St., spent Saturday The laid bonda are to be dated July lot that you have heard about the Essex Prove
It
'9 fn) t hi" had reached advanced years and' at Graham on business merles IDIII.l ,and the will fist be aerie.iwiued In twontyeiirlit. (KB) is what others have said for it. We have
to mature July let
no one has found any fault with it, IVof. E. W. Carter returned Saturday IttSU. and' ouch auecnedmir writ to mature made no claim for it. We have published Essex have
k 1 except the English and Mark Twain. after spending the holidays atOxford. on. year Utter, than the minis which precede cars been in excess of deliver-
We have not said it is
The latter objected to it because "it It that la to pay Series A will mature July no descriptions. a lea from the very day the car was announce
r Int. low Svrlea II will| mature July 1, 11)23 better car than other. We have not
) changes the subject so often." !Mrs. Allie Osteen, of Plant City, is and *o on. The bond. to he offered fur ale any ev- ed. The production now approximates 100
W" visiting relatives u aforraald will be aa follow, en intimated that its performance excells a day but does not begin needs.
1flllu' 10 l.rh of &..10.. A. II, C, T>, r.. P, to meet the
r This year th< Ford Motor Company Mrs. C. Roberts, of Alachua, was G, II, I. J. K. 4U M, N. O. P, Q. R. 8. T. 1 the performance of other cars. But on all Ask any Essex dealer. If what others are
} will divide profits with their 90.000( attending to business here the first of And. IIHlflOOu each. of U. V. W. X, .Y, Z. sides you hear it compared to cars you know saying carries the to
I A X .ndI X. same conviction you
and bonuses besides the week. favorably and in most to the advantage
employes give cases
The amid bond to tear Interml at < per as it does to others then
must sooner
1 The share of the profits per employe I Pine Hill lodge held its regular communication eent. per annum payable aoml-.naoally In New of the Essex. There can be but one ex- or later you
.0( York or at the office of the hoard of Bund want an Essex. It is best to decide
tot:? t will range from $50 to $270, according Saturday afternoon. Testes In Stark., Florida, a* the holder planation for that and that is the Essex early.SMITH'S .
, I '. '. to the salaries paid-the minimum I Rev. Stephenson, of Orlando, delivered may t hot .
'\(: ': daily wage: for any man being $0. an interesting sermon at the All bid. ihall be In wrltlnir. sealed, and un.
r conditional and
may be for all the bond
Ji'. This shows that the Fords have the Seventh Adventjst church Saturday now

.;" "'1 welfare of their employes at heart but and Sunday Rev. Stephenson is an No Worm In a Healthy Child. I j

\ it also shown that their profits must : able speaker and we are glad to have All children troubled with worm have an no- GARAGESTARKE

: 1 be enormous, and yet the Fords are him visit us. healthy color,which Indicate. poor blood and a.s
i''. probably contented with smaller profits I r G. W. Hazen and family returned role them I. mom or 1 In* itomach dbltwba_
than other automobile manufac I Thursday from a two weeks visit with GROVES TASTELESS chill TONIC given reiluljrly
for two or three weeks will enrich the tll,...... 1m-
turers. The automobile these days Is II relatives in Miami. prove the dhtstlun l. and act ... General Strength, FLORIDAg
,
for business purposes as much as for ( Clifford Cone, of Plant City spent nlna Tonic to I' whole*y >cm. 21st,.will rht.i

pleasure, and it is time the govern. part of the week here with his grand Ii tiirowoirord'lMK'itNrwo: jerfcvt. health .,.. .".in. .and the ChlW.' crI.I
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=- J-RI3AY. JANUARY 9, 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY_TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGF FIVF
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hurt by the freeze Sunday night. ily by young man twenty-three. able reward for
Tells return to R. IT. ,
Engineer Address W. T. P., care of Bradford Greene, Lake Butler Fla. It*
Bank of Starke baa issued and sent County Trlffrraph. It1 I

Bits of LocalInformation to its customers the handsomest calendar About His Wife'sRecent FOR SALE-One good farm horse,
\ for 1920 ever seen in Starke.Of FOR SALE-Lots on Walnut street cheap; also one Jersey cow! $30; .\
sire it is necessarily
I large expensive on which my house roently burned. one new one horse wagon, also place t
and shows that "The Hank of TR
Reasonable price for sale
quick W
Recovery for sale or rent. W. M. Bryan,
Helpful Service" is both prosperous N. Murdaugh, Fcrnandinn, Fla. Starke. 1-2-tf
and liberal] l-2-2t

"MI 0.. ?**.I.. *mu, ..4 vT -
*
e p....... Aa .*. c:...... wttf T*ra. > I Miss Kathleen Alvarez, of Starke, G. c. GfIGEIt: SAYS ins \vn'irs FOR SALE-N. C. Flat Vine or FlorIda -
! \ is the guest of Miss liens Boltin. I' TROUBLES 'HAVi ENTIRELY' WANTED--500 bushels] seed potatoes Runner Seed Peanuts. Seed ;i
I -Porto Rico, Nancy Hall, Red peanuts are exceedingly scarce. Secure -
_ Both[ young ladies are students at the HISAPPEARKI SINCE SHE BEGAN
-"- Florida State College for Women at.. Providence and Norton Yam. Apply all :you will need at earliest

Seed owe at Kickliter's. !Jackets, stationed at Norfolk, Va., is Tallahassee: Miss Boltin harmingly' TAKING! TANLAC.! to T. S. Williams, Stnrke, Fla. possible moment. We have a limited

home on a vacation with his parents, entertained with a dinner party for I 12Et.STKAYED. supply o'f the Florida Runners and
\. A.}lurden. of Hampton inn Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Buisden. Miss Alvarez last evt'ning.-Gaincs- "Tan lac not only relieved my wife are offering them at ten cents per
was
1' Tueday.Cison. ville Sun. 'of her rheumatism, but she has ac- OR STOLEN-Half] breed pound ($2.50 per bushel) f. o. b. '

Rub-My-Tism is a powerful antiseptic tually gained twenty pounds since Jersey cow, color light red, marked Lowell, Fla. Send in your order to- '

'ease of Lake Butler made ; it kills the poison caused from infected Do not fail to be present at the vic- taking it," said G. G. Geiger, engineer crop upper and underlet one ear daThl'Y will not last long. II.
on the Georgia Railroad, livingat and swallow fork in the other. Suit T. Hall Co. Lowell Fla. 1121tf.
e office i _call Wednesday cuts, cures old sores, tetter, tory meeting Thursday ;night, Jan. ,
93) East Linden
etc.-1-9-3-12. 15th, 7:30, at the Baptist church. This Ga. street, Atlanta, "

>hn losborough and family have meeting is to celebrate the National
ved to 'ernandina.I. I Mrs. Jack Briggs and ]little son, of I Prohibition Amendment going into effect "The rheumatism was no bad that 525ZS 40 1
Gainesville ICth. her feet would swell until she could
( were New Year visitors on January Uncle Sam, _
I. W. Pidgett+ of Brooker, had bus- tat I the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.1.! Columbia and other notables will be not got her shoes on and her arms ..
I ss in Sarke Monday. !Mitchell. present. ached! until she said they felt like
i they would drop off. Her head ached

James :ttiepard, business man of Messrs. I F. II. Douglass, Jr., P. M. A short time ago Roy McKinney' and she had dizzy spoils\ and was sonervous .

wtey, Wig in Starke Wednesday. I I Padgett and I F. M. Rivers were among residence at New River burnej:\ down that she could hardly 1It''I! ).
I|the representatives of the Lake Butler and all that ho and his family owned Her appetite failed and she lost uteadily ,

r. L. Peek is in' Jacksonville this section Monday. perished in the flames. Mr. McKinney I i in weight and strength. She was

ek attending United States court. is a crippled man and the loss is there unable lo look after her housework,
I The Woman's Club will meet next fore, very severe for him. Assistance I I and finally got so bud that olio had to

The in.te-ior of the postofllce has Wednecday, at 3:30, Mrs. J. M. Alva- Ito start him up again will be much I take to her bed and stay there forweeks.

received a icw coat of paint this week I trez, hostess. Subject for the afternoon (appreciated.D. I .
; "Education." "She tried all kinds of medicines,
.
Lawton Iryant and family, of Pine B. Warren, a naval stores man but nothing did her much Rood, and 1
Level, have recently moved to Starke. I jI Buy your peanut seed while I have of Fernandina, paid our office a pleasant decidedto! have her try Tanlac. After .

them. They are scarce. J. F. Kick- call Saturday. Mr, Warren formerly taking four bottles her rheumatism ANNOUNCEMENT .

A. L. Gr-an, of the Brooker sec- |liter, 1-2-2t. I lived at Sampson City and has was entirely relieved! she had i

tion, was jubincss visitor to Starke i friends und relatives there, of whom no more headaches, in no longer nervous .
Wednesday. 'I i J. G. Weeks, a former citizen of he and his family, who are with him, and sleeps like a baby. Her a

j' Bradford county now; living at Fort have been guests. He still has large appetite is fine and site IH raining in g Beginning 1920 the old established -

Mr. and Mm. I. N. Cable, of Brooklyn !I I'I Meude, was a visitor to Starke Tues- property holdings in the Sampson sec weight and strength right along. She 3a \
spent Saturday here attending to- 'day.: tion. is as full of life and, energy as if she 3G 3a g business of J. M. '
business. were a different person, and Is look-
Rev. N. T. King! was a visitor to I Mrs. Lillian Fulton, a charming ing after the housework aa though i{) Alvarez announces the part- '

--. 66C has pnven it will cure Malaria, Starke Saturday. Mr. King recently speaker, will address tho public at a she' had never been sick at all." [a n e r s hip between J. M. t

Chills and Fiver, Bilious Fever, Colds moved from New River to Hampton, I union service in the Methodist church All druggists soil Tarilnc.-Adv. [a
and LaGripje.-1-9-3-12. where he will reside for the present. Sunday evening at 7:30. A splendid [o Alvarez and W. H. Graham ,
l of vocal and orchestra music
program
Richard Griffis and R. L. Prescott and family, of Valdosta ]- will be rendered. You will miss a '.CLASSIFIED. o to be known as Alvarez &
family have .
moved to the C. A. Mixon farm went Ga., were guests for the weekend treat'if you fail to attend. Mrs. Fulton 3a 3a Graham. T'c new firm will ,I
of town. at the home of his parents, :Mr. is a national W. C. T. U. speaker. ADVERTISING 3a g

and Mrs. S. J. Prescott. :I endeavor to give even better
Peanut sets different If you don't get your Telegraphnext :I \ .
.. + varieties, atKickliter' i :Mrs. Jay Alderman and Miss )Bessie Friday, it is because your sub [u service than before, and .t ,"
[
Oubose returned Saturday from scription is so far in arrears that we ONB CENT CASH A WORD IN ADVANCBAdvrrtUrment POll BACH 1H8UK. a

Bradentown) where they attended the have been compelled to stop your paper lna rtd a nd.r Ihla' head [a continue to sell dependable 1.
J. E. demons
farmer and naval Florida Fducational] Association. Look at the date after moat be paid In ftdvBiic. N. d.. .....:. [a
stores man of) Brooker, had businessin your for *iw InurtloH anoplod, f.r IMS th.n II [ merchandise.
Starke Tu name on the paper. If it reads no hater ] a
Zack Anders and family have mov- than 1jan20," you subscription is FOR QUICK SALE-Mule, 0 years [a ,' ..

P. L. Gaskins, of Jacksonville, ed buck from. Jacksonville, and are occupying overdue, and you should pay it. Subscriptions old, sound and gentle It. A, New- [a :

was in town Wednesday transacting one of the Hollingsworth cot- must be paid in advance.R. Horn, Starke. 19tf. a ALVAREZ & GRAHAM ,I ,
legal business.A tages in the western part of Starke. a : ) ,
I ------- Burrows, who lately sold out his a .
M. A. Weeks, of the Lulu section, vulcanizing business here has gone to FOR SALE-One 3-gallon milch cow, a The Dependable Store :' ;' .... .,
tall ,
smikestack for the steam fresh ,'
week. P. McMillan
S. '
Palatka similar one a ,
boiler called at the Telegraph] office Tuesday to start a business
Farm, lately has arrived.received by the Camphor to renew his subscription. Mr; there. He will move his family to Starkl' 19tf. a .

Weeks is one of) the most) extensive Palatka as soon as he can secure a a ,'.
FOR SALE Second hand
fourburner
farmers of Bradford county. suitable residence., Mr. Burrows is a a "
Col. Joe Hill Williams, of Lake Butler oil. stove and two ovens J. E. a ?
straight and honest man and we are t
was attending to business in I Futch. 19tf.
Starke Monday :Misses !Mabel Edwards and Elizabeth sorry to lose him. We wish him success [a t .
Ilammurgen, of Gainesville, whospent in his new venture. a .
FOR SALE-100 barrels good, heavy a '" I
several last week with
days
J. E. Clemens of Brooker | I corn at $1.b() per barrel. Joe LJ .
a \
was
Mrs. A. Z, Adkins, returned to their I.. 1I. Eastman, who has for some '
transacting business in Starke Wednesday homes Sunday. years been a winter visitor to St. Petersburg Stephens* one mile north of Starke.It .. LJI a 1 1 I
I a I
I w came to Starke a few days U
I G e :
!Mrs. !M. E. Edwards and Mrs. J. C. )ago and was so well pleased with our ;!' '
Attorney E. M. Johns has moved his Adkins and children, who have been (/town that he has purchased a home '(lI.OvST:; -Slim gold pin, 1 1-3 inches a p. .
law office long with two leaves. ] ,'t) ,
the Please return
to A. V. Long office)
visiting at the home of Col. and Mrs.A. bore and will make his home with us. .1 I D" Ln .
building on Gill street. I 7. Adkins, returned home Satur- lie purchased the J. W. Andrews/ cottage I I to Mrs R. S. Johns It. 2 clsasasacasrsa sa 575Z,u ,

day. next door to Mrs. C. I'. Cason's | .
Mrs. G. C. Livingston, of) Tampa, home on West Call fctreet. Mrs. East- ,j i FOR SALE OR RENT-Small farm r
spent part of last week with her sister I about two miles southeast of Starke.j :
I Ituh-.My-Tism: is a great pain kil man is a sister of Mrs. Chus. II. Register ] 4
Miss Kate Livingston. ler. It relieves pain and soreness of Lake Butler i j I I'I -known as the G. W. Leoplace., ..J.f .
I I :. Futch. 1-9-tf
I caused by Rheumatism l, Neuralgia,
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Messrs. F. L. Drawdy and R. J. Sprains, etc.-1-9-3-12. Representatives of the Globe Film ..
Glover, of Lake Butler, made a pleasant Company and the United Artists Cor- j,,1 HAVE FOR TRADE\ -One good pi- COME VISIT us I lk
call at office Monday. I I ano, costing f 150, for town Iota) or
our
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Let the Womans Club help you with : poratlon were in Starke Sunday to ,1 I ,
I jour Sunday dinner. Chicken pilau, I book their productions for the Gaiety''' acreage, either in town or county,
I Mrs. W. E. Middleton has as visiuiAioi : salads, pies and Hikes! lit store of thai : Theatre. Among other big feature j jpictures 'i Mason thc Furniture Man, Starke. ; ,

', ![ *g "3 'Ban '.Ii1110W ,ray{, BJOJ;i I Quigley! Lumber & Supply Co. Saturday the Gaiety booked fur the I 1121tf. k

and Alias May Clemons, of Palmetto. 'I afternoon. near future were "The Eyes of the I i Learn why so many people like f', '

World," "Broken Blossoms," "When FOR SALE Fischer piano, the best .
90 day and Fulghum Oat seed. J. Misses Kathleen Alvarez and Florence the Clouds Roll By," and "His MaJ. toned piano. Worth new $700. this bank, There's something ,
F. Kickliter. l-2-2t. I Reason for Boiling\ don't need it.
Matthews left Monday afternoonfor esty the American. more to bank service here than ;
Tallahassee to resume their studies $2fiO cash J. Ii. Williams, Starke. "I
Messrs. A. II, and B. M. Williams, at the Florida State College for Woml'n. A slide. at the Gaiety Theatre ask 1-9-31. merely an aid to financial trans-. ; J
of the Providence section, were business ing for funds for the Armenian relief actions. '

visitors to Starke Monday. says: "We do not ask for luxuries .W ANTEI>--Room with private fam- 1 .

Regular morning services will beheld simply food, schools arid a chance "
A. Z. Adkins returned Monday from I next Sunday at the Baptist for life and happiness." This is worth I Here have personal service ,
Lake Butler, where he went to visit church In the evening Baptist folks acting upon. If we come down to New Seeds you "'..

his mother, Mr Sarah .Adkins. I ore expected to attend the union brass tacks, it is the purchasers who from officers always ready to \

vices at the Methodist church. lIl'r-1 make tho profiteers. If we buy only j Peanuts I
talk
over plans In a friendlyway.
COO quickly relieves Colds and La- I what we really need, and endeavor to '! Oats all varieties your

Grippc, Constipation' Biliousness, .loss L. A. Davis and family will move get it at the lowest prices the prod-I There's always a friendly +
of Appetite and Headaches. 19312. tomorrow to Tallahassee where they teers will have to go out of business j String Beans I
;
welcome time come. did!
every
you
will reside in the future, the move being Sweet Corn all varieties
The members of May Lodge No. 10,1 necessary on account of Mr. Davis Dr. E. L. Biggs, for a number of

I. O. O. F., enjoyed. a supper Tuesday run on the Seaboard years a successful practitioner at Melon
night, a large number of its members I Lawtey,, has motel. to Starke and OHtablished Come visit us. Feel the congenial
Velvet Beans.
being present Supt. E. R. Poppell, S. S. Dowling an office in the A. V. Long atmosphere. Note the helpful

C. E. Pope and R. A. Green returned office building on Call street. Ho will English PeasKICKLITER'S
The track crossing) on) Ninth street 1| Saturday after attending an interest-. I occupy the Tomlinson residence on I attitude. We think our bank Is a

is now completed. It is built in a very log session of the Florida Educational j Walnut street. Soon after he was good bank for you.
substantial manner of heavy oak ) Association at Bradentown last week. graduated from medical] college/ Dr. I
The Seed House
plank.Mrs. I I Biggs practiced here for some time i
,
I The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist with Dr. A. II. Freeman. lie made
A. II. Freeman, who has spent church will hold its regular meeting many friends at that time who are f

the past three months in Texas visit- Tuesday, January 13th, at three I now glad to welcome him as a permanent Dr. Oscar W. Lee BANK OF STARKETHE

ing relatives, returned home Sunday o'clock at the home of Mrs. T. N. Lim- citizen.
I
afternoon. i baugh.! Members arc requested to at- I VeterinarianOffice '. )
1: tend. I AT THE GAIETY THEATRE GROWING BANK

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roberts left Saturday Tonight" ( Friday) Vivian Martin in Andrews Sale Stable E. S. Matthew Pre Geo. C White Cashier
for their new home in South Mrs. j"II.. Fields and little son, "Trouble BuBter." Paramount. ,

Jacksonville, where Mr. Robert goeson Charles, have returned here after | Tomorrow (Saturday) Alice Brady I 'PHONE 14
account of his business. spending several weeks in Jackson- in "The Silent\ Sacrifice," and the 8th Will heal l hone, cow., hogs( dogi eliitkrni.

I Iville. Mrs. ]Fields! and little son are episode of "Smashing Barriers" I I loge vaccinated for cholmaI

John Baixdcn, one of the U. S. blue- at present with her parents, Mr. and i Tuesday, Jan. 13, Vitagraph special I'I'I I am a graduate veterinarian; of the Army Mount -

!Mrs Robert Powell 1 feature. : ed Service; School. ft. Kilry, Kama, mid a ....n.

i ,: Friday, Jan. 16, Mary Pickford in I I kit .tud..... of Cincinnati. Veterinary Collrge,

INFLUENZA I. Mr. and Mrs. William Butler and "Stella Muris." Paramount. I Cinctfinati;, Ohio. I have wen. *rivi..* in Franc GENERAL INSURANCE

Mr. and !Mrs. Roy Stacey and children Saturday, Jan. 17, Constance Tal- -. ---
starts with Cold all of North Branch, Mich., arc madge" in "The Studio Girl." Aim the
a ,
,;5: : :rJ.llr: :! U fji ".",E Ei] HAROLD C. WALL
Starke next
expected to arrive in 9th episode of "Smashing Barriers.

Kill th. Cold. At the firCASCARAQUININ. week and while here will be the guestsof Thursday, Jan. 22, "From the Manger -
.n... t.a.. tULLeS Mr. and !Mrs. John Uglow.T. to the Cross." Life Story of Jesus. Good Finder Seedat STARKE FLORIDAFIRE


.1 1 Griffin came very near hav- COFFEE AND SANDWICHES I LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
fit out Saturday -
ii'" hi1 i eye put
I he some The Womane Club will noridwkhea
., right" while was chopping nerve -
( wood. A splinter struck it, puttingit and coffee next Saturday after- H. L. Fowler's

9 lJllOMID out of commission for several days, noon beginning at :3 o'clock at the
FKHTILIZimS-SPRAYING MATERIALS-8pnA TEns
cold .dy for ZO y..r. hut it is now well again. !store of the Quigley Lumber & Supply Lake Butler LfcAJlOU) HUM!.Pr... > W.r.SIMMONS."........ D. *.MOKmSOM,Jr,S..',ft,.....
m
Standard f Call street. will
They
Company
_II tablat form M fU! curs aoppla. on Th*"'''.of a l...,11..d.u.nd. upon lh.quality nd propM blinding' ol the nwMriabIW
._bre.1. up a cold in 24 The happiest beings in Starke area also have at the same time a sale of If come before they ..tar/n,lnto l ..ip. rt on,and lh.c.r. UMO tn nunufarturmf W IM*'high' and. mat*
loure-r.hev.. grip in 3 djyi.If chicken salads and cake you ) n.Ia.ad.Wla"dl.an an back.d by more Ilan thirty y: ra..p ri.ac:In lh Jr u*. 'ndQuaJriy a,.. .
foraging in the patchof pilau, pies ...... .
Money back I it hill. The flock of geese .Ia .. U pieced tvas..d.w ptic mr In tin*with quality and cempoMlfcm.
sanctai lot has a Red rape nlanted by N. B. Hull north of for those who wish to provide for are gone WRITE FOR LATEST PRICE LISTS
top with Mr. H.ll'lSlur Knight's place. The rape is upper at home or for the Sunday .. R. O. PAINTER FURTILIZUII COMPANY ,
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picture. I and was not dinner "it 'i: ;: )r."f:'J: i'-_ : ': IAC&JIOl'VrLLL FLORIDA
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SA FRIDAY, JANUARY 21,
TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK. FLORIDA -

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s as to be in constant need of a nurse of a large number of skilled laborers, "

or attendant, such additional sum or the training of men living; in the
HONOR ROLL OF BRADFORD shall be paid, but not exceeding $20 region. '

per month. A question yet to be exactly deter-

PH Any person who is now receiving a mined is the extent that western yellow

COUNTY SCHOOLS FOR DEC.GUILFOKD I gratuity or pension under existing pine can be turpentined withoutl'l'dueing
' I I law hall not receive compensation under the yield of timber. Since

II I I this act unless he shall first surrender this is the first connderatlon of the

I all claim to such gratuity or forest service, any inquiry undertakenby

Fourth Grade--Lois Gainey, pension. the forest service representatives \

k i Sixth Grade-Royce Gainey, Anona I Sub-paragraph 10 of Section 11 of and private interests would give care-

Second Grade-Johnnie Douglass Colson. the Sweet bill is probably one of the ful consideration to thin. point.

I Fifth Grade-Baxter Laney, Mamie I Seventh Grade Harvey Baxter most liberal provisions of the bill. It Whether or not western stands of'

... Alderman. Ray Andrews. I provides that all) men and their families timber, particularly in the high altitudes -

c' M. A. Blackwelder, Principal. Eighth Grade-Alvin Clemons, Cla- : that are not receiving compensa where the warm Reason is short
_
r ra Cone. tion at the rates listed above, will receive and the flow of resin necessarily lim-

PINE HILL Ninth Grade-Lottie Gainey, Inez from the bureau of war risk insurance led, will yield enough resin, without
the difference between the
Abernathy. excessive slashing, to make turpen

., : First Grade-Vera Fowler, Gracy E. W. Carter, Principal; Eunice Haz- rate they are now receiving and the tining worth while is yet to be deter '
rate provided in this amendment. This mined. It is certain that
Greene, Dwight Godwin. en, Beadie Croft, Marguerite Shriver, the forest \ i
Third Grade-Virginia Colson. assistants sweeping amendment will affect thou service will advise no practice approximating ,

Fourth Grade--Ruby Greene. .- sands of disabled men and their families. the extravagant tapping of -

fi Fifth Grade-Iva Colson, Mallie LAKE BUTLER the trees year after year that obtainson If'.
Surroncy Cantey Oliver, Lucile liar. Itcadcm are urged not to write to private land in the south. This after a rtv

:. rell. i First Grade--Percy Waters, Cecil any governmental department apply method not only injures the trees for

Eighth Crude-Hosa A. Surrency, Ward Leon Waters, Helen Virginia ing for the increased rate of compensation timber purposes, but causes their pre meal, yo g ggV01d

Willie Mae Oliver, Iris Godwin. Hendrix Sedora Connor. for any man or his family, as mature death ,
t
the bureau of war risk will pay the ---- - -+--- tll
Vera Surrcncy Broadus -
: F. M. Chanrey, Principal; Second Grade-- Armstrong, :
difference in the old rate and the new >
assistant. Burley Morris, .Nettie Mae Fowler, -V/71/
+ 1/orena Greene. just as soon aa facilities and appropriations Pale Children I stuffy fc t ngI

PINK FOREST: Third Grade-Mary Varnes, Mason are made available.All .
Smith. applications for compensation I /V If you w

First Grade-Juanita Williams, I Fourth Grade-Essie Minshew; Vivian made on or after the date the Sweet Need Glide'sPeptoMangan stick
Edwards Coleman Williams. Varnes bill becomes effective as an amendment a
Harry Fowler, Dona Padgett: Pitt
Second Grade Edwards Wos- to the war risk law will of course
--Guy Paul Edenfield.
ley Luke. Fifth Grade--Lucile Douglass, Kate come under its provisions, and the applicants -

,j Fourth Grade-Pearl Luke. ParrlHh, Mary Richard, Ellen Kodine, will receive compensation at
Blanche Walter the new rates, if such applicants are fLI
Edwards J'rincipul. Herman Jones, Harold Printer, -
Savage, Lawrence Piper, Marion adjudged compensable. UNNATURAL FOR CIIILUKKX TO 11< W
Mildred" Strode, Red Cross worker
LAWTEV Foreyth, Willie Minshew Romey liE PALE AND TIIIS-I'ALE-
for Bradford county chapter, will be
Johns. NESS IS SIGN OP THIN
Fifth Grndt-Sarah Grim, Elam Sixth Grade-Iva Douglass, Annie glad to confer with any soldier or benefits : to tee
member of, his family who has a claim WATERY HLOOII Other .
Rhoden
Mervin Futch. Cone, Estelle Parker, Charlotte" Savage -

Sixth Gra new Sweet bill PEI"TO-MANGAN MAKES
Harley. ford Hrannen David Richard.
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Seventh Grade-Guxsie McWilliams Seventh Grade-Maude' Blair, Genevieve Her office is on the second floor of RICH. RED LLOOI That's a good deal 0

Ninth Grade-Claudia Terry, Emma Rivers, Willie Mae Johnson, the courthouse at Starke, and she may

1', Andrews, Clara Mae Sheppard. Connie Padgett, Vida K. Smith Angelica be seen there any Monday or Saturday PREPARED IN MlJl'ID AND TABLET get for 5 cents!
or by appointment on other daysof FORM-BOTH POSSESS
Tenth Grade-Margaret Godwin, Faircloth, Blanche Roberts,
t I the week.TURPENTINING,
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i Joyce Terry, Louise Blanchard. Marie Chastain, Madie Floyd. IDENTICAL MEDICINAL

1 J. II. Selden, Principal. Eighth Grade-Alga Pilaster, Thel- QUALITIESIt
TO
ma Parker, Mabel Driggers, Blanche
t4 6. I :, BROOKER Alderman, Bascom Cobb. liC DONE IN WEST Is' necessary for boys and girlsto Sealed Tfeht-Kept RightU

6.v w II 'Eleventh Grade-John Padgett, Earl laugh, romp, play and enjoy them
I Chart Class-Lex Tyler, Iris Brown'': Peeples, Homer Lee, Omie Scarborough Wasteful Practices Have Almost Exhausted selves, for it is at that stage of life
Supply that the foundation is laid for future
p' Entell Lewis. Mona Alderman. w '
fay t"'GLE (
lairst Grade-Lamar Lewis. C. G. Holland, Principal; Mrs. Mary Will health. 1I OtFGt
Second Grade--Bessie Col on, Paul Johnson, Mrs. Annie Rivers, Miss Florida( Kennedy in Tampa Times' ) Prompt attention" should be given !l:1mpr1!
+sa has set an example' to the I I
to the child who seldoms and
laughs
I Stewart, Clarence Morgan. Ruby Roberts, Miss Katherine Harrison nation of conservative methods of tur- CWIW i/M
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.4 14 Third Grade-Toledo Gainey. Miss Ellie Whitworth, assistants whose physical condition prevents :...I,'
pentining long-leaf pine and the care- playing like the other children, whose

ful practices employed in the Florida appetite is poor, and who tires easily.If .

a 4+t '. national forests are to be used in the the lassitude is due to poor blood,

forests of the west. Warning is given, which is often the case, a simple, safe,
'I
k DIGEST OF AMENDMENTS OF however, by the U. S. federal authorities and pleasant remedy is within easy

I that the naval stores industry reach. Gude's Pepto-Mangan: is just

THE WAR RISK INSURANCE I in moving away from the south and the tonic for pale thin children. Gude's

ACT'J that operators are seeking turpentinein Pepto-Mangan: contains the very ingredients

the west on account of the rapid that increase and enrich the cftaeg

depletion of the long-leaf pine forests blood, enabling it to supply the entire -The

y / The following: digest: of the war Vided, that this shall be deemed to be II in the southern states. body with the sorely needed vigor,

i risk insurance act as amended by the in effect as of Oct. 6, 1917. Much of the depletion has been strength and vitality that make hap

Sweet bill will be of interest to many, This broadens the scope of the War caused by destructive methods of tur- py, romping children.

as there are several changes: in the Risk Insurance Act to a great extentso pentining" ,-it is explained. The fed For the convenience of the public

'I act in, increasing the allowances, as to include not only fathers and eral experts point out that it is quite Pepto-Mangan is prepared in tablet as ,''M.'

broadening the meaning of relatives mothers by adoption, but also persons possible that a method of turpentining well as liquid form Both forms possess

I' to take in other persona besides' immediate who stood on loco parentis to a man similar to that carried on in the Florida exactly the same medicinal properties No More Troublewith

A family, etc at any time prior to his enlistment.The national forest, under the supervision .

i The family allowance shall be paid permitted class of beneficiariesfor of the forest service, can readily When you ask the druggist for Pep '8

I from the time of enlistment to deathin insurance has been enlarged: to include be used in the west. According: to to-Mangan look for the name "Gude's" ,

or one month after discharge from in addition to those allowed under this practice the largest flow possible the If it
on package. is not there it is Cockroach /Mice flats
J the service, but not for more than four old act, uncles, aunts, nephews I without injury to the trees is obtained not P'pto-Mangan.-Adv. ,

months after the termination of the nieces, bruthers-in-law, and sisters-In. by following a number of slashings --- Hand
present war emergency,. No family law of the insured.If | with several seasons of rest. The cut and Crab s4

I allowance shall be mado for any period no person within the permittedclass ting is done in such a way as not to Dreaming of an Abient One.

,. preceding Nov. 1, 1917. The payment of beneficiaries. survive the In. impair the timber value of the trees To dream of grieving, over the absence if you put STEARNS' PASTEon( the

1 c;. shall be subject to such regulations sured Ihc monthly installments will The promising results obtained by of nuyone Is wild 1 to be a sure job. It will kill then by the whole-

s as may be prescribed relative to be paid to the estate of the insured. the forest service in applying these sign that the person you dream ol will sale out in the It mar.3 them
soon return, und with frlendlltieHH open. ,
or
cases of desertion and imprisonmentand Heretofore the insurance In such instances conservation" methods to long-leaf pinein
of Florida led it love grown' all the I stronger through; seek fresh air and water. Aquick,
J missing men. i has! reverted to the United as early as 1911, to
That all family allowances and al. States government. investigate the extent to which west ubHenee. Hut to dream' (,'rejoicing' ntanyone's sure exterminator :hat savi3jyou

lotments payable by the bureau of war i For death or disability resultingfrom ern yellow pine, so abundant in the absence means that you will money time and effort. ,
shortly receive would rather ,
United States, could be utilized in neyou
; risk insurance shall be discontinued, personal injury suffered or disease be .
at the -end of the fourth calendar i:I contracted in the line of duty by meeting possible future needs. Tests without. '

i
i present war emergency: as declared service, the United States shall pay tined successfully and that a satisfactory TODAY, SILK !SHIRTS:

y ' by proclamation of the president, and i[compensation as follows! I product can be obtained. HowI TOMORROW, WHAT? ELECTRIC

'f yyt'' thereafter all allotments or pay shall When the disability is rated as total [I ever, certain circumstances, such as ,' PASTE out at "' ,

be voluntary and shall he mad, under and temporary, the monthly com- the shortage: of labor and remotenessof To start with, let it be said that night on
shipping facilities and there is no objection to anybody wearing '' any
L such regulations as may be' prescribed pcnsution shall be the following markets
by the Secretary of war and the amounts: : raise some question as to whether tur- silk shirts if it pleases him to I t I food that the Qemac '

I I pentining can be undertaken wear garments made from that costly pests will eat.
secretary of the navy, respectively. If the disabled person has neither i' on a com :
mercial basis. With view to investigating material and secured in a perfectly
That if after induction by the local wife nor child living, $80. I the a proper legal manner, that is, in the In the morning ,Q
t problem thoroughly dis-
draft board but before being: acceptedund If he has a wife but no. child living, tract representatives of the forest service regular way of purchase and payment burn bodies. '

enrolled for active service, the $90. therefor. At least there is
will be glad to with no objec-
: co-operate
person died or became disabled ns a''' If he has a wife and one child living tion to be voiced here. .
I any privtiio concerns desiring to inves. Disavowing Two Sizes g a s..v....... oec.. wvc
result of dineiiHe contracted or injury $!)lI). -
1 \ u.n.
objection does not however bar . .
I tigatc the problem) thoruughly.I com- :
Buffeted in line of and If he has wife and : 35c
the duty not a two or more ment form of
duo to his own willful misconduct involving ,children, $100. I the south much of the work of. has been on a given undue extravagance prominence that and $1.a.,,0 .' j.OK J 1.00.KF.IIR'HI for till ice"..dIVWy .-'.
.per
}r 4 moral turpitude, or as a result I i' If he has no wife but one child! living 'slashing the trees and gathering the haps, but that is sufficient in extentof Jlac.UJl'10( Ranea Pott.?

x, of the aggravation: in the lino of duty 1 $90); with $5 for each additional resin is undertaken by negroes: espec- practice to indicate willful wasteof Get the S1.5O box: for n Grand Campaign.'
and ijot because of his own willful ('hilt!, | filly adept lit this sort of task. Slashing Killing
money in many other ways, most Cooperate with Your Neighbors 'tnt spread
misconduct involving moral turpitude, :I: If he has a mother or father, cither consists in making V shaped cuts of all those who of to pr
by are least justifiedin deadly diseases, 'tj t
in the side of the trunk from which by using !$
of an existing injury or disease! he Vr both dependent on him for support, I methods of expenditure that
or those entitled thereto shall J'l'rt'lve''|I then, in addition to the above amounts the gum flows into n cup hung bat later "sooneror STEaRNS'
come to "woeful IJlSTE
want. ELECTRIC
the benefits of compensation payable $10 for each parent so dependent.If j Death. The contents of the cup are Anyone who has studied the habits
1
under article insurance the is gathered from time to time and dis Money "/Jell"
3, provided, that any disability rated as partial of insects, and of animals of the lower If "all. (1)

f application made by a person mid temporary, the monthly compensation tilled. To undertake turpentining in order! has noticed that .. ,,, .., J J U . . ,-,'.. '
,"v I' after induction by the local draft shall be a percentage of the the west will involve the importation provide in time of plenty for they the always : :, .d : 1'( :':':' :_ .. ,

\" board but before being accepted and compensation that would be payablefor time of need. Note the active coming .. .' ,
:. enrolled for active service shall be his total and temporary disability
.
!
squirrel at the time
of the extraxagant
j THAT MORNING LAMENESS ripeningnuts where near so high as at ? tthereVthe
I deemed valid. equal to the degree of the reductionin present \ says that,,
and see with what industry the And in rich people. The
rt the
this
connection there
Before the passage of the Sweet bill earning capacity resulting from animal is no people mire
"+ ,; those men who were accepted by the the disability, but no compensationshall food gathers and lays away his intimation that anyone is to be denied+ rich are Atomizing," he says and
t L I for the season when nuts are not the best that can be obtained. '* newspaper article
Hut
then
;' local draft boards and sent to camp be payable for a reduction in I is concH'1
| If you are lam very morning and dropping from the trees. Or the the
silk :
t but were rejected at camp because of earning capacity rated at loss than 10 suffer bee busy shirt the best, or anything in n >th this IIItflc.nt' paragraph
urinary ills there must be gathering store of
a a honey when a similar line that involves in
I the changes
mental cent.' wasteof 1 ** many
physical qualifications
or were per the There *
Often
flowers
cause. It's
weak in bloom
r not entitled to compensation Under If the disability is rated as total kidneys. To time are against the money, for the spender who has private fa',mines in the next: few|
strengthen the when
: weakened nature is
kidneys and taking her
the provisions of this bill, such menor and permanent the rate of compensation ,j| avert more serious troubles, use rent and is not producing food.annual failed to provide himself or his family I years, U-: the conservative rich

44 their dependents may apply for shall be $100 per month; provided -I Doan's Kidney Pills. You can rely Just now is the harvest time with a home that he can call his own 'of [,-"y">ho III not buyingu'n
compensation and such will bo awarded however, that the loss of both on Starke testlmonv. those who labor for the for with life insurance, with a thousand mars ,1k shirts will be a winner -
who
v'r them if the required proof la sub. feet, or both hands, or the Sight of j I "', P. Mott. farmer, Starke, employed in trades, industrial men are and one ether things that he is able Thee *;*" another winnerI'oming
; matted both eyes, or the loss of one foot ami "When says: :' establishments to get, in these days of his prosperity If the boards the man
I was a boy, I strained myself and in almost line
The terms "father" and "mother" one hand, or one foot and the sight of I 1 by lifting and Injured my bach. From I' endeavor where hand work every rather of and have them when the inevitable who l lgo Is u ge-earner or a small

'1 include stepfathers and stepmothers, one eye, or one hand and the sight of that time on I suffered a great deal than head work is required. "rainy day" comes? trader I ti:9m: please, who will Join j
Wageswere
' ,( fathers and mothers through adoption, one eye", or becoming helpless and per. ': from pains In the small of back. never so high So very much has been said and the co'l,r'8'.tion' of the million- (
my ;
was
money never
and who have stood in loco nmncntly bedridden shall be deemedto continues because he sees in
persons
t be said
> about ,
My back the
at in
I spells hurt me so Icouldn't so plentiful the hands of those who high are
l there
is
i turn over In bed and on gett'.ng toil. True, they may do with what is no mend to these
h a or naval forces at any time prior to vided'further, that for double, "total, I : refer to it lat.rl's and also under-
In the here -
up morning my limbs paid to them, in the form of wages, other than say that.lnquestlonat.ly to
his enlistment or induction for a period permanent disability the rate of' compensation t live without the
ached and were stiff and remained that which pleases themselves- \ much of it is due to stand n
t of not less than one year; jll'ovld'dthat shallTw $200 per month. I purchase the I cost. The Bilk shirt
no until I had been up for a few hours. and wear, if they please extravagance of hteh
silk spending
!, the
this shall be deemed to lie in effect If and while the disability is ratedas My waste of 1 **.>rest him and many a
kidney were weak and acted Ir- shirts that cost anywhere from $10 to money, together with the docs t
i as of Oct 6, 1917. 1"lrtll\llIlIi I>permanent the mqnthlyrompl'nsatlon 1 i regularly and I was finally advised to $25 per garment. By BO doing they waste of time that should be employed I iilk-Bir Qf the present day

The terms "brother" and "Rlstf'r"im'lulle shall be a percentageof try Doan'a Kidney Pills I received and pleasing their vanity and make for the increase of production will be him' for pecuniary
the children of who the that would be somewhere '
a person , compensation great deal of relief from themselves believe boom is over.
the first box help wit"
they
for a period of not less than one year, payable for his total and permanent and are imitating; at I least, up near the increase 'I'than a hint in the a-
was noon( perfectly well. Whenever the really wealthy which in There'
they are not pay. The fOlly of it
NS stood in loco all will be
pnrentU to a member of disability equal to the degree of the seen WI timely"arning
:
back hits hove
my enticed me trouble But what about tomorrow >'
or next it is quvt
the naval forced of the reduction in feared when it is him
military or earning capacity resulting since, Donn's week to late, when I . suggestion for
Kidney Pills) have never or next year, or the I'
United States at any time prior to his from the disability, but no compensation failed to next year, bowls of soup will be more eagerly: S ept it in the spirit in
bring the same results. mayhap Are they thinking who wil:
\ about I
:
enlistment or induction, or another shall be payable for a reduction sought than silk shirts. Only ,said-to
those is here
r It t8 what
>
I 60e. at all dealers." Foster-Mllburn the time to come and, like the lower who which '
member of the same househlod as to in earning capacity rated at are wise will escape the folly asi'l fee silk the automobile -
Co. shirt
kt I I Mfr, Buffalo, N. Y animals, providing against a time of I the and put !.
whom such person during such period less. than 10 per cent. want, for the time when work will consequent regret and Buffering, and ier habits of extravagance i I

likewise stood in loco parentis; proc -"), If the disabled person i II to helpless be BO plentiful aa now and wages not nor conditions A writer as on ho industrial finds them and in Chica living j I and Union.giv ,,'ed to tomorrow.-Time"PAE -

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lll DAY. JANUARY 9, 1920.
BRADFORD COUNTY
= TELEGRAPH. STARKE
FLORIDA
a.rr__ Trrsrrcr _
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r I -- -" : I In the United States district court, daughter, Mrs. J. I), Weathereby, of

I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. j in the case of the Miami corporation, Anthony, returned to her home Fri
substituted for the Deering-IIarvemter day. .J

Company, against the Everglades Revs S. S. Offit, evangelist, was a .
Live Plantation Company, final decree of visitor to Hampton Monday.
[ Ne\v5j
State foreclosure was entered yesterday.The L. A. Jones of Tampa has teen a
court directed the property to be J'I''l'nt'Isitor to Hampton.W. .
----- -_--- -- sold at public outcry at Miami in ten C. Hunt, who has been spendinga )

i I Told by Our Exchanges. I days from the date of order unless few weeks in Lake Park Ga.. returned How Competition
) i conditions are met. This foreclosure to his
home
Sunday
. .
'.'_-. h _ _-_-._._ - -- -' - --J I involves three million acres of land in Miss Ruth Howe of Ja'kllon'ille,
Greet -- )Dade and liroward counties, now being wile a visitor to Hampton tk
last
string beans are back at week.
a ever
shipped from West Florida YouThe
was 'held by some 300 or more small hold- Helps
high price Mr. and Mrs David Jones have
bringing close to $6 a made a few days when the Pun-
ago
ers. The list of property holders occupies Just returned
hamper in New York and growers in sacola Mattress Co from South Florida,
shipped 750
cot-
the upier Glades, are again coining ton mattresses several large typewrittoj)t sheet where\ they have been visiting their
money. pillows the and State a similar Koads numberof the land being in "sections of from seven daughters, Mrs }}uboll('.und !Mrs. Sullivan competition that exists
Department to ten acres each. .
-- at Jacksonville. In order fill
to
The omato average on the Florida this bill it was necessary to manu- .--- - among the hundreds of meat distributors -
East Cutst this season is estimated at facture these Mattresses James Levy, a wealthy automobile NEW uit'i'liNew :
15,000 urea with a prospective yieldof in seven days. and pillows dealer, and his pilot, named Goodrich, large and small, means
;
3,001,000 crates. Last season en route in a flying boat from New River, Jan D.-Messrs. Abe :
heavy nins injured the crop. I. The York to Miami were rescued off the Crosby of Brookcr, was a visitor in I :
Long-Pasluy
Lumber Company Florida coast rear 1 Daytona Tuesday our town Sunday. I
is getting out some big timber for Rivalry in Prices
Flori< ia one of the very few statesin dredges for the when motor trouble and exhausted Henry Swilley has moved to South
the Union without a debt held a- Camp Phosphate Com-I gas supply forced them to alight on Flor'da.E. : 'li1oJ'
,
pany at Dunnellun. in Service "
Rivalry j'
They sawed two the water. The two men sighted ;. :,8
were
gainst i i. state treasury by outside pieces six by eighteen A. Swearingen made a business ;
crcditon. Our 'I sixty-four feet adrift about eight miles from the trip to Jasper
state's small public Saturday. i
long of in
out one tree and there in nota Rivalry Economy
coast J. O.
indebtedness is owed to our state public particle of bark on the pieces and by Jorfstadt formerly of Dave l Green of echo,] fund. only a little nap at the upper end. the United States air service, who was a visitor here Saturday. U I Rivalry in Quality
I wan flying to Coronado beach. Jorf.Iotadt -
The I The tree from which they were sawed notified the coast gaurd Mosquito L. Smith, of Sampton City, was attending 11f
lastor of the Presbyterian -
I was twenty-six inches at the to business here !Mondiiy. 1
church >f De Funiak was presentedwith end upper Inlet and the drifting aviators Purvis Lewis and sisters of Brook f fy :
and was seventy-five feet long. were towed in. Levyand Goodrichwere Swift & Company sells meatat
a live Maxwell auto- I
passenger er, were visiting friend
and
They have relatives
some of the
largest and'moMt
mobile 'or aChristmas present. !Mr. ,I' sighted shortly after being forced Saturday and
Sunday ]lov/cct
tho
heavily possible price consistent -
wooded timber land in : I ,
'' to alight and apparently sufferedno
Curry tie pastor, says he hopes that the state. I., Lewis motored to Brooker Thurs
this kindness of his people will returnto harm. They were expected to continue day. with quality and service.

them '11} larger and fuller service. I I their trip soon. Mousts. lA. Sapp, Pierce Crews, '
1- cabin An interesting fleet of six beautiful Smith Johns, Gerald Adkins, Kellum N I Our profit of only a fraction of a
cruisers
What i i said' to be,the largest and tied up at Ft. pierce Tuesday afternoon Mire Elizabeth Parker, Jimmie Thomas Misses Fron- (, f
best equipped tock shipping yards Sunday and remained until Monday Hell was found unconscious in the ie Rivers, of Brooker, !Mabel Crews, of c ; cent a pound on all products is :
south of Valdosta have just been completed They were the Seminole Apache, Iroquois woods near Ocala by a colored man Long Bridge/: Alphie, Ivn and !Minnie
by the Georgia Southern & Florida -' Huron Aztec and Mohican, all named Isinh Hart. He found! her and Hodges, !Mr, and !bars, Plincy Crews, : evidence of keen competition
railroad at Florahome and is identically alike 32 feet long, equipped took her to his home and notified the Mr. und l Mrs Rowan Turner attended

now ready to accommodate those who with 4-cylinder engines and a nor authorities here. She was taken to : the party at Jot Dowlmgs! Wednesday '. Swift & Company must provide the
wish to ship stock from that section. mal speed of 7 1-2 miles an hour. They the Marion county hospital for tii'ut- night. ,

--=-- I I I belong to the Florida East Coast rail- merit. She was identified ax Miss George Rivers and winter, of Brooker a best service to your denlor:;: or he will
Hastings farmers are looking forward way and were built in Jacksonville Elizabeth Bell of Blueficld 1 W. Va.,, were visiting friends here Sun :' t I
f to the biggest potato year in his for charter purposes at the fishing and is a trained nurse. She had re- day. buy from our competitors. This means

tory. The only thing between the camp at Long Kecy. cently been at Brooksville, where she Chester Andrea. and Pierce Crews ; a :suPPlY: fine fresh meat always i
growers und big money this Reason is was in the employ of Dr. Coogler and were visitors here Saturday
good crops. The price is certain and A shoe plant and tannery are to be in her pocket when she was found wasa _--+- r. B | r.OPIN ,i on hand fcr you at your dealer's.
,t there is reasonable assurance that added to the Florida industrial schoolat check from Dr. Coogler and about : SEASON: TOR) iti-i: >sIVrNMettt fit.
transportation facilities will be am- Marianna. It will be ready for $40 in cash. Just how she came to be y I
S pie operation in about 30 days. Native in the woods is not known, but she and AKKrt'HitP Warfare To 1 Swift & Company must keep down

al ', moss will be used in the tannery pro left Brooksville to go to her home and 111: Waged raarrfp.cturiniy and selling) costs, and s
?\ Over two hundred and twenty-five cess. The process was patented by a it is surmised that she must have got- -
, thousand pounds of mackerel were man named Tuttl, who has a wide reputation ten off the train while in a dazed WashingtonIan/; 1.-The year 1920! w"' use H'A:' byproducts to avoid waste, or ,
I 1's. caught and shipped by the fisheries as a leather expert and he condition and was shortly afterwards. will be "an open sell Ron" for Bolxhev- ,
' concerns atj Key West during the past will have complete charge of thin de- found by Hart. 'late, anauhittts and kindred! radicals else lose money meeting the prices of

forty-eight'' hours. Fine catches are partment. It is said that the tannery -- who are in thin country with the idea competitors who do.
contiually coming in*. One mackerel will be prepared to turn out all do- The secret is out, as to why the sea- of pei'throwing tho government.In .
weighing twenty-seven pounds, is itcriptions of leather. cows were not captured, as planned, u statement published today At.
considered the l largest ever taken in when the moving picture cameramanwas torneyietierul; Palmer announced Swift & Company must make its
these waters. I The Jefferson County Products reedy and waiting for three daysto that the policy of the department/ of
Company are adding materially to take pictures of the event The seacows juxtice in dealing with the "rod" menace products of the highest quality or see

The greiiiest run of Spanish mackerel the machinery at the grain" elevator. were captured. That is, two of dining the coming year, will boone turn to others. This means better -
you
on the east coast in several years They are putting in a large Williams them were corraled in a big net, IItllkedl'iven of "unflinching perxistent and ug- d
started early Saturday and continuedall iiimler for crushing corn on the cob to hold! the net in place und I'I'I'IIMI'O'lItfar(," against thin class meat for you and a greater varietyof
day Sunday, yielding a rich harvest and velvet, beans also larger machinery then the next morning, the "hunt" of offenders.' Nu quarters will bu .
for the tired fisherman, who broughtin for shucking corn. This will save started' with the camera man aboard. shown lie dec"lured 1, and! every movement appetizing, wholesome food.
a total fish, which,sold to the local fish pack- hand as it well all be done by mach- nod for the amusement and edificationof matter how it is cloaked, will bo dealt We are as glad for this competition
ing houses at 7 1-2 and 8 cents a inery. In addition to this they are millions through the medium of the : with uternly.The I I'' :
pound. putting in a big warehouse! for the film, were disturbed by minim p. In'' Attorney-Goneul) declared I that as you should be. It helps to keep us 1
I storing of velvet beans and other feedstuffs pulling the net in by means of a windlass agents of the department hud traced
4': *Announcement by the Oscar Daniels and with this additional room the "cowboys of the sea" forgotto on our mettle.

Shipbuilding! Co., of Tampa of a con- will be able to store four or five hun pull up the stakes and the net rip LIFT CORNS ORCALLUSES
".fit' tract with the Standard Oil Co., for dred tons of velvet beans. ped in three or four places, where the I
." the conctruction of an 11,900-ton tanker stakes were and "let the cat out of
Swift & U.S.A.
at the local yards has renewed interest The strawberry growers of the Dover the bag" so as to speak. The rnurn- OFFDoesn't Company, ,
in the possibilities of this city section are not complaining concerning malsjust naturally swam out to free-
the industry TheM the dom and wig-wagged the informationto
'l in shipbuilding early tihipments, the returns hurt! Lift
story was told in yesterday's editionof for the first freezer which moved the entire community that a bunchof any corn or
M the Times but due to the to the fire from that town showing that sales white men were trying to convert callus off with fingers 11'f.
it did not pet full circulation. were made at $1.76 per quart. The the whole derned cow family into corn- a 1
second freezer is said to have sold for ed beef and cabbage. Hence the sudden +
.. Flashing a pint of rum in Sheriff $1.50 per quart, which after deducting disappearance of HO many sea-
Johnson's face last week by his brother transportation and refrigeration cows from the waters of Lake Worth, I I
! Acy Johnson caused the latter's charges left a handsome margin for on temporary vacations to points further ._-, ,
: arrest and conviction in the County the grower. These 'prices arc the south. Gus Jordahn is authority

. S.:: Jud -e'B court at Bonifay. The af- highest ever recorded and of course, for the information that a shipment ofSt"ott"h ,I ,
fair happened in the sheriff' office are expected to continue but the whiskey went to the bottom r'Y I
': and it is believed to have been a prospects of another good season are near the Bahamas, and the cows got I(
y 1\\ scheme to entrap the sheriff, but it favorable.The wind of it, hurrying to the scene posthaste ,
\i? didn't work. Johnson will be senten- to beat the divers ram 1 ;

ced soon. abiding affection and enduring
,U: love of a dog for his master even after A ItEW'I'AR'S: GREETINGFROM
Loss which early estimates placedat death had claimed his toll, was A I10LSIIEVIKI I
between350,000: and $500,000) was never better revealed than Friday afternoon '
caused by a serious water front fireS when County Judge William Bright and early thin morning the J'w
at Tampa Tuesday afternoon, which Martin accompanied by Deputy Sheriff Sun received this communication from
fanned by a stiff breeze destroyed "Red" Furen attempted to enter some Tampa Bolshevik I who I III beginning -
two blocks in the wholesale district. the premises of Ed Strueber, one mile to see: i
The fire zone was bounded by the river east of Conway, for the purpose of "Mr. Editor: You may knock the
i on the west by Tampa street on the holding a coroner's inquest' over Stru- R. R. men all you plane but I will
east, by Whiting street on the south cber's body. The menacing attitude of bet you congres will not pass the )Don't unfTcrl I A tiny l.oHIn. of
''I'' and by Washington street on the "Scrap", Strueber's lone companion in Cummings hill. Now just net tight Frixjzone" costs but a few cent at any THE UNIVE'R"SAL..CARSIX
1 north. later years, held at bay the county and see drug stars Apply a few drops on the> M
\ officials, the coroner's jury and a "And you had better be warn how earns' calluses, und "luirtl ...kit," on "..t. I'EEN YEARS EXPERIENCE::
of lorof f" 't, then lift them off
the a
recipient
Gov. Cato was
\ small number of the neighbors, until you knock the railroad men, for we \\ ,lYf'ezono '
Christmas g ft from the inmates of "lied" Furen was able by a subterfuge (nlght put you out of businoxH. So toes I h"or*:I''',,.**-* from removed the ,bottom corns from of foot the, For sixteen ye n, a corp 01 metallurgist hive been, :studying
the Florida Mate Prison Farm in the to secure the dog arid leash him safely take tip from me and don't get the the skin beneath U left piuk aId constantly perfecting tli? ntaellri.it. goes into every .part'

nature of a rinl with('. The amethyst ring which about Is until the law's process( might take its habit. and never ore, tender or irritate: of tIe, Ford car and the Ford One Ton Truck Each I a..pa-
of gold in set an cau.se. "If congress does the Cummings .
the size of a quarter of a dollar and i bill we will shut pass nil the road ate part hn" been studied to learn the type of steel Lent fitted ,

mounting the setting iR a Masonic -i i Water hyacinths which are such a I down so tight they will squeal like a : for it. I'artareceiving constant lurface-wear are made of hard'
emblem A Christmas card ac- nuisance the pig and you and your dam paper Now i0010 r vibration resilienceare
which i on St. John's River and (linl-lilte metal; parts subjected to great or
compained the gift upon waft ; let the other I
please in
written: "To Florida's Greatest GOv-" 'which thousands the government of dollars to appropriates eradicate 'town know about this papers R. R. Man"Our your .-.' m made of offer, springy uteri Every part in made occordm I
,( w 7arurr
ernor from the State Farm Inmates. threaten to get established in the West Tampa correspondent is a true i CffO to its une--that in, every Genuine Ford part u.

of mattresses I Palm Beach canal and other canal of I Red. We print his communicationhere But there also counterfeit "Ford" parti. Them imitations I
The largest shipment not for the of answering
the Everglades drainage district! During : purpose SCALED TINS ONLY i
connected with Ford
the
made in
are by concern no
way
I the full the dicharges. from KisKimmee It, but to dhow that the Reds run true AT POUR GROcERS
HEALTH IS IN THE BLOOD River in to Lake Okeochnbee to form, whether In' Russia or the Motor Company and retailed ai .tide-linei by mail-order house !

:Strengthen the blood;;;;; and You Are brought quantities of the pests which United States.-Clearwater ,Sun.. do vn-lown stores' and many garag!'.. The unnunpec ting customer -
HOUSE
soon drifted across the lake und into MAXWELL
Strengthening: the IWidy j. \MITON acceats them berfaune they are called "Ford": parts To
the Fort Lauderdale and Hillsboro
canals. More recently the plants CQFFEEDAVIS make sure of( getting the genuine Ford-made parts), buy them

The body lives on If the the food body broughtto is carrying have gotten into the West Palm Hampton, Jan. 0-Mrs. Lillian Dean Q') only (from Authori/ed Ford Dealer Likewise bring or take
it by the blood. Beach Canal.! McCain of Jasper, was a visitor to
disease germs it canot carry Hampton a few days ago. your Ford car to our garage for repairs, replacements, andgeneral

strengthening; food to the muscles, A. A. Futch. cashier of the Hampton "tuning up."
In the special bond election held l In II
nerves and bones. State Bank made a business! tripto .
'+ Dr. Williams 101 Tonic is made up Tallahassee Tuesday all the proposed Jacksonville Monday.

of Quinine, Iron and Magnesia, correctly bond issues were authorized by sub- Dj W. E. Middleton, of Starke, Ford Garage ;
kills stantial majorities. On the proposal
proportioned. The quinine made a professional visit here Satur
all disease germs in the blood the to issue $175,000 bond for improvingthe dJ
day.Miss Agency Est. 1886
magnesia removes all accumulated waterworks, electric and gad plant Eunice Saxon who is. attending
poisons by gently acting on liver and the vote stood seventy for and nineteen school at Green Cove Springs:
bowels and the iron fills up the blood against. The proposed issue of spent the holidays with her parentsin INSURANCESTARKE _
with rich red, strength giving corpuscles $10,000 was authorized by a vote of Hampton.

which ore food for tired and eighty-two to eighteen, the issue of P. B. Hunt made a business trip to directly to thin element 75 per cent of counteract it through the teaching I
weak bodies. $10,000 for repaving College; avenue Jacksonville Monday. the unrest in the country. Acquaintance Americanism in the press, the
"Flu" Malaria, Fever, Colds La- by a vote of seventy to twentynine.The Mrs. Andrew, of South Florida, wasa with the doctrine of the "red", the school an d labor I
Grippe and Chills are all effectively' proposal to issue bonds in the sum recent visitor at the home of her Mr. Palmer Bald was most forcible The liolshevists movement does
treated by Dr. Williams 101 Tonic. of (5,000( for retiring the outstanding parents Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hagan.Mrs. method of ending their activities and represent the radicalism of
"Flu" emlpedmlc last win light\ bond was authorized by a vote M. V .Dyal, of Jacksonville is
During the he urged the American people In the Mr. Palmer declared but I.I.
ter the sales of 101 Tonic Increased of sewerage bonds carried eightysixto vlsit",ig her mother, Mrs. Annie Johns Gros,'. T..tele. dill TeaIIe interest of law and order, peace and dictatorships by force and
thirteen while the proposed Issue of
over COO per cent. fOT this week. nitons vitality ud enniy by purtfrla sad.*. happiness and the maintenance of national and is distinctly a criminal and
25c and 60e bottles for sale at your $11,000 retiring outstanding electric Mr*. S. A. Saxon, who has been rlchtaitlM. Wood. Yea..auom.lEsatnotb'swine solidarity to study the full honest scheme, instead of a

drug store. Accept no substitutes. eighty-nine to eleven. spending ,several. ,months_ with her .........a1iat rail. Prig sea meaning of the radical idea and to of liberty loving persons.Sou .







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