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 16, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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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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VAL BNESS-AT JAN. MEET I New Naval Stores: ; -Firm Composed of I HONOR ROLL OF BRADFORD 1 Outlook Good for Formation of Unitin Little Roy ItohcrlM-Severely Burned

The Bo Solid Citizen :'I
of County Commissioners I Starke Ply Gasoline: .. Flames. '
met tegular; session at the ,I In
court hovin Starke, Monday, January A business deal of greater magnitude -'i i, Starke! people are requested to rend Saturday morning little Roy, son of .
6th, 0 at 11 o'clock a. m.,,and than any that has taken place' COUNTY SCHOOLS FOR DEC.i: and ponder over the call for a mil:tnryI Mr. nnd Mrs Roy Roberts} who live In'"' '

called to er by Chairman C. A. in Bradford county before by private I I company to which page three of this the J. G. Crews settlement, by some "
Roberts wall members present, to- individuals, has lately been consummated I issue of tho Telegraph is devoted. It means got hold of a bottle of gasoline ;
wit: J. M-ownlee, James Reynolds, whereby the firm of Warren- nets forth in a convincing manner the when nohody else were in the J t
I O. V. Bro and Drew Reddish. Weeks Company has been created. NEKO Lester, I'III"V" Davis, Ortho Mutheny, necessity for such a body hl'1'(,. This same lie Inn gone to the fire burnIng it
Minute: the lust meeting read The members of the new firm are, I'r I< > UubinMin, Paul Dubone, necessity was recognized/: long: ago on tho hearth, opened the bottle !'
and npprr R A. Weeks II. S. Warren, N. T. Fifth Grade-Eva Conner. Pauline I Pilm-.c> Thelma Sileox, Ma and for many \rais StnrKc. had n military '' and in a twinkling IIP was envelopedIn
State pen claim of Mrs Hester Ritch and J. II. Ritch, all well known Sixth Grade-Virgio Conner mie Mt'iMiss Olive Ray, toucher.Seroinl organization. I If it was desirable fliimc'R. His cries brought his .
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Dories PI", tell and approved. men of Starke and vicinity. This firm Seventh Grade-Mary Nettles William 1 dM"I'11II McMillan, to have one during the times of piping mother who quickly! smothered time f'

Notary "t 41ie bond of Chas 11. purchased the interests of the uding- Mrs. Nettles, principal. May Met I Duncan, ir, Doris, Julia Pope Canova Paul ,Kiught Annie: peace, it is. doubly HO now when fire, but not before the little one, who A
Rejctc r tented find approved. ton Turpentine Company, of Urook-: y Thelma "tho times arc out of j.>int." )Do not 11tot \ et. thrne yours old, wan severely -
IJI'II'I i, o. 'Ji.: Boney for constable er, and the holding of Warren & hitch MILLER Mr. J. C.Andrews 1'oppell,, teacher.Katie Bryant I fall to ntt'fi the "smoker" Bt the Hruinry I burner) on' the upper part of the ..j

.' di u j i t Is), presented and approved. adjoining the former and the twoMic. I Third nllie-I.iniu. Mae Tomp- Monday night! when this mat- body, nisei on hntulu, arms and f 1o..>.
(' ma have been consolidated under First Grade-Edna CI'IIwtOrdY- i tcr will be decided. *i The 'hllJVall brought to Stitrke norp '
the firm name and style mentioned. omu :Shirley: i kins, 1.-; Collny, Ruth Stcrnborg! I I Thor nee ox-service men in s-
I many Irkly as possible and physician d'dul
Du nol. i been of the Joseph Junior Mo !Humid
hhving given I'tppetl, ,
bY mid Grade-Edr.a Dukes Robert i and mound Stnrke who have oxpronjod llhey( could to' relieve the terrible
len "i : c'fitou convicts for the year Tho consideration (in the deed from Cl.vatt, Raymond Clyutt Jewel Craw- Charles 1 I" Kicklitur<<: Jerry Moore, '
a wiliingno to bO"-<>1\II part of the pnln and !heal the wounds. The child
li: J) K.. I tlj, ,t and best bidder Limnle Hemingway. Merrill Stt'iitli:;
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the Budlngton people ia given as $::17- foldThird proposed company Lieutenant' ArchlJ aid, his ,mother mini with Mr. and Mr,
in 11 i i J'1'\ house door T. J. Alien Li "I:c!:, William Harvard, Basil
.5U. We have not the considerationinid Grade-Fayrco Brown Minnie J l' iId TIle n.r": i il willing\; tn servo ns first ,, W. W. Baisilen' this week, to mole it
Kna' 'h 1'. the. lngheot. bid which McRa .- :\.4.4H Jessie human teacher. ?
Hitch but understand licit Water Leon Crawford. I'I'lIl'tlt i ,
Warren & i j lientonnnt if so cloalrod. Lieutenant! convenient tor doetor'n attndnnpe.
w s '" ) !i lor in nth, for ouch and amounts !-' Grade Cecil netHI. Fourth diud. _Cludya Russell, Ida
that the entire transaction I )Douglass, Will Wahin right, formerly of this\ The phynlrlnns are hopeful that the
evorj, 1),1':011j) ,! j i. t t. same WU; accepted virgin .- l K-ks LUella Hill, Eth"': Hill, Mury I.w Wynn, '
i" Douglass.
The abound
to sjnrno.) tracts quartermaster) I cuss' is willing toserve littli1. aim will! hti reptiirod to lionllh,
and uset oiiloied drawn and George ;'vul-! ., Beatrice Howe, Elizabeth : l -
'ixOi; Grade Pearl Opal I
timber and Are extensive enough/ I Brown UK second lieutenant. Captain I II iilthuuglit naturally, on account of
signed. A',d! 'i''w Arthur liklcs, Evelyn;
j Jor thirtv cr ps. Ou\\ford. I hi'WitI" C..lones. who wits the Inct. i iI i thn pnln, in not routing/ easy. Much
Ctithuri Hiimpton, pauper, being The Warren-Weeks Co. will havethl.h' Seventh; Grade-Hosetta Dukes, Pope, E'nM' Jones, Virginia Weeks.-' I chief of the mllitnry company fnr- I pMuputliy\ in pressed for the little
report I ij, halt name was ordered at Brooker. Mr. Pearl Crawford Miss Jeu-ie Thomas, teachvr. who
headquarters) j manly existing! here end pulled patient and bin parent In their trouble. -
stricken fi JuUI'1'01J., and warrant will have Eighth Crude Elsie Stokes Anna f' Fifth tiiade. --GUHSIO May Bennett,
Weeks will move there and It out of the miro and is well vernc-d in "
drawn for LSO for burial expenses. charge of the accounting while Mr. I'Hell 1'eeplos, Carrie Belle Drown Elizabeth Kenske, Thelmn Snellgrovo, local conditions, might be persuuded) - -'.._ -- -- t
1;'. M. Ira, was again appointed Warren will be the general manager. r Ninth Grade-Soeber Stokes. j Sammy Sternbrrg' hazel 1 Middl ton, I I to again become n captain l-'or first 'I 111 LtJMll!: PLAN DIES' OF INANITION -
manager exhibits! fur County at the The new firm are backed;; by ample I J. T. Barnes, ]principal; Virgie t Isla I'Ul'lll'lI-M Lois ]Peek ferryman sergeant' Is needed u stun of lifo and
State Fair be held during the year capital) and will push the manufactureof Thomas, Lottio Stokes, assistants, teacher. I| ...n'l'gywll conversant with military
1920. naval stores. All of the membersare --. I Sixth Grado-!Millanl Cooper, McBvide I rules nnd .one: px-soldier of the' wnrlil The I'lnmb plan for tho operaton of

Board omrned until Wednesday, good business men and as the demands IIONO RROLL BRADFORD 'ISCIIOL Warren, Wesley McRue, High war thould be chosen. I Ihn railronds by the employes I U n* .
January 7tl)20.!) for their product is ever increasing PINE HILL i Hrownlee, Nathan 1'I'pvaLt-1I1itls I' We hope to bo able to announce in I dead ns any of tho i'harnohs. It is I
Board n pursuant to adjounment, the success of the enterprise :i )Doris E. Law, teacher our next issue the formation of a company i apparent' now thnt It caused more n
January 7 192() and was called to is assured.: First Grade-Vt-ru Fowler, Gracy Seventh Grade-Ruth Poppell, Amy I here The UIIMMOHH men, who { discussion\ nnd opposition! when it was
order by ('"*man C. A Roberts with -- --+-- ---- Greene, Melboree Hodge, Dwight (God More, Sinuh Moore.-Mrs. J. C. Diggs/ have the "slnewii' of war" are willing) first broached than Its importance I

all memb( present, to-wit: J. M. SOME PORKERS win. leui her. and 1 we are\ ours our young men will'' justified.. Although it was apparently \:
Grado Emilie Fowler. Eighth Grade-Eunice Perkins, Isabel
Brownlee, ames Reynolds, O. V. Second not prove laggards.C.tIt'I'IIhIfAKE backed by the railroad workers,
Brooks andrew Reddish. Bradford County Hogs Dress Over Third Grade-Laura Carter, Virginia Fernandez.-Miaa Carrie ]Holley, it In now seen that they gave It but

The boa to select 305 GOO Pounds Colson teacher. : IN !MEXICO n perfunctory. support The difficulty ,
)proceeded
names fror.he registration books of Sixth Grado-Lucile Hurrell, Iva Ninth Grade-Joyce Brown, 1tadgeMiddletonMrs. NI1MIIKKS: 2.0HO(\ CAKIIAI/IIKS J [::; with t tho "plan Is t that it hoe not np- I I
Jay Alderman 1 1 teach-
aid Count from the several ele- Two very large hogs have just been Colson. 1 I'l'iilcil) even to the railroad men for
ction distri and furnished list of killed in this county, showing that as Eighth Grado-Rosa Surrency, Wil. er. Mexico ('II)', WednesdayJan.:: ;; 7. whose benefit it was devised. Up to
be produced here as lio Mao Oliver. Tenth Grado-Paul Cunova, Orvillo The estimated.. niiinber nf casualties has ", .
names to t Clerk of said board as large porkers can date riot OliO of tho brotherhoods,
required b 1w. Said name to be anywhere. One was butchered at Lake F. M. Chancey, principal; Vera Sur- Griffis, Nellie Sh'arnll-Millll Kate attending the earthquake| Sntnrdnyearning I Miihmittocl it to an official vote of its e', "

written upcslips of paper and to be Butler, and the 'Times of that town rency, assistant._.. Caplinger, tl'acher.Elevl'llth Grade Aileen Alvarez.Miss In HIP \\ ......h.rlIlIlI't' of U.* members' and the appeal l, unofficially, "
deposited in box by the Clerk and has this to say about it: -- .stale. of fern ("ru/ still HlnniHnt 1 to LIe, membership, to join thin Plumb
Jeannette Matthews teach..r.Twc1fLh
DD )HONOR ROLLS !
Sheriff and'Om Raid. boy the names L. A. Duncan had a hog killed and 2.00ft or more I'lim league hns not been such as to
Tues- BRADFORD! HIGH SCHOOLFirtt GradeDoris/ Scott llollia ,)Dispatches from the .stricken. siren referendum vote.'t'ar
of Jurors toe drawn as prescribedby butchered at his home here last Knight Carr Colley. Miss Jeannette enc-ourngo a a
the law. day that weighed fi05 pounds after dci not even pNtlmnlp lime damage!: clone time, however, DIP Imigue will doubt-
The folbng, reeomcndation for being dressed. The liver of this hog Grad Louise Peck, ..lerbel'tItob'rt [ Matthews, teacher. nor' do they give the nrrnriite INS| .if I less continue to tend l out Its lilI'litur.arlvol'uUnA' .
J. I). Grime Thomas Wil- Prof. S. S. Dowling principal.
dead. On the other hand lo not
widows claims were received weighed 14 rounds, and one of the they the adoption of the plan,
penn -
from the Bd of Public Instruction hams, after' it had been trimmed exceptionally I I deny reports nf the iliHnppeiirnnre.. nf.: but It will only. be long enough to )
and approviby the Board of County close for the cold storage, IIOLD DEMOCRATIC NATL CONVENTION KSSEX::; SETS: NEW WORLD'S; DISTANCE me \illnge, the total destruction off; "roveIts/ face.. '
Commission, as follows: weighed 44 pounds. These hams, as FRISCO JUNI 28 ENDURANCE MARK: several) others' and the Inundation of I I It has not tho ghost of a chance of '
Mrs. Dos,McClcllan, 5000. ordinary hams are trimmed, would several towns by asters 'pouring down' ever iV-ttlng. through, ('ongrllIf it
Mrs. Nay Gainey $40.00; have weighed 00(; pounds each. inoiintnln Mrcnms.. _ ,.. .. _--- I' should, make its iippeariinco there A
Washington Jan. 8.-San Francisco An stock chassis under tho
Essex
I'rnnnu-ntnry IIIh let's received here' of the
The other hog was killed in Starke prominent representative' ,
Mrs. Vice Nichols25.00
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is the place and Monday June Arm-iicun Autumubilo Association observation
Monday. It was owned by O. J. Griffin would moreover, seem. (o Indirnle thnt brllllll''hooon\ duty Washington: ,
Mrs Mat' Byrd, 50.00; 28 at noon, i is the time for the Democratic set u new world' murk for
and was mentioned in tho Telegraph the toll of death would mount aliote hoe this to Ray of its:
Mrs Lau, Wilkinson $50.00
$25.00, ; some time ago Mr.\ Griffin does national convention.The lung Uiktuiicc endurance on the Cia first. estimates.It. in! wild (III(' village "Tho Plumb Plan agitation: was a k
Mrs. Can IdaYndrPws Hickey, rarrish$25.00; not often have to kill hogs and there- selections were made here today Liiinati speedway, Uuct-mber 12lh. of Seltillo linn. been. vlrlunlly destroyed l '' mistake. Nominally I have 1 been for
Mrs ;
fore was not supplied with conveniences by the Democratic national committee it was the i'li-ut time u car bail ever and thai oliflily-flve bodlett were thin plun. Actunlly it has never apiimleil -
Mrs. LizzShadd :0.00
Davis$ ; for the purpose. The hog, a Du- ut its quadrennial meeting. I tieeu driven under olliciul observation recovered from the ruins on TII..MIIIY.Thirty l to the railroad men. Why
Mrs.Mrs. Dais Matt Moslcy,, $50.00 5000.; roc, was shot in the head with a .38- The committee at the same time unanimously I at top Bpued for /fifty hours. bodies have been taken from Because they an 1 practical men-It
calibre pistol ball, killing it before it adopted resolutions en- Put on the speedway to prove iU the Pescudes river at Apazapum, Pun- takes u prartlcnl man to run a locomotive .
Mrs. Bear Dix Thomas, $25.00; 'could let out a squeal, so even this dorsing the treaty of Versailles, and J JI reliability III a lifty-liour test, the Ea- Mo Viejo, nnd San Carlos. Dispatches or n train or a switching YArd. ,
Mrs. Fran! Wiggens, $40.00; item was saved. A knife with a very I denouncing the "arrogant" Republican sex ut tho end of 27 hour 6H minuto From special correspondents in the I What our people are Interested in l Is
Mrs. Flonce Futch, $25.00; long blade was used for sticking. The leadership of tho senate as having und I in the l,7UUlh miles because of earthquukn zone, while lucking) in the contents of the. pay envelope.Give
Mrs. Mar Ann Green, $25.00; carcass! was then tied to the rear axle earned the "conempt of the world"by I lain und sleet was forced to otup. A specific details tell of the disaster, them n fair break there and they are ,
Mrs. LotiParrish: Hall, $50.00; of a buggy and four stout men dragged throttling the treaty for seven I becond! Blurt was maclu three days later many of whom lost their homes and willing to let somebody else have the I
Mrs. Sallie Alvarez, $40.00; It up to the kettles of hot water months. I but know again ended thu trial. are living) in the open hourly fear of worries und rewards of ownership
:Mrs: Ada.herloy': $50.00::; ; ':that had been provided. The hog was After the committee went into executive 1 his time the run lasted. 10 !hours 25 renewed Knocks. and management. 4

Mrs. Mob Ricks, $50.00; covered with gunny Backs and hot session to select the convention I minutes and covered 1,042 mile. The Relief meusuies arc gradually tak-I "What wo have got to do is to try t
Mrs. Clar Altman, $50.00::; ; water poured on. Then,.,the four began city, A. F. Mullen, national committeeman I third run starling the following day lag form and u fund ban been iinil work out the I best bill possible. t
Mrs. Poll..Ann Rhoden, $50,00; the work of cleaning, using hoe, from Nebraska, submitted was successful, the fifty-hour period In this city, foreign colonies making !Such a bill will not contain anti-strike
Mrs. Roza Denmark, $50.00; currycomb, knife and finger nails. a resolution proposing that the being! completed. liberal contributions. Military oxpedi- nausea It will, however, at least we t
Mrs. Bell Howling, $40.00; When the cleaning! was over, the place' rule requiring a two thirds vote of the Thus the proof of Essex endurance loons with ambulances doctors und' hope It will, contain provisions for
Mrs. Mill! Gill Touchton, $25.00; looked like a bolshevist barber shop, convention for the nomination of a is even greater than that expressed, supplies contributed by individuals, machinery t hat will make easier the
Mrs. Fro* Smith, $40.00; but no one cared to cry out "next!" presidential candidate be abolished ,It in tho 60-hour run. Thu average car munic-ipnltiles and the government ndjuslment of any1 matters thnt may ,
Mrs. Cem'Prevatt: 15.00; After the hog had been dressed it but it wag tabled after Home discuskanon is driven little more than ,UUO miles have been Bent Into the affected. ] districts heroine the Riiblert( of disputes"

Mrs. OlaGraham, $50.00; was found to weigh 509 pounds.! Eachof j in the entire season but this stock . Next to killing! : the anti-strike
Mrs. MrsJelle Kite Roberts$15.00; the hams weighed 54 pounds. The Kansas City and Chicago were ac- Essex chassis went more than a milo Many petitions have been Rent to clause of the senate bill, the railroad '
I Mrs. Ems Baxley, $40.00; i tusks each had a length of nearly six tive candidates us tho convention city it minute for 6,870: inilos. the archbishop, of Mexico to Rend the workers are mast interemled In seeing!
Mary Sinleton, $10.00; inches. Thl're.. was little fat, mostly but after tho former had received seventeen Almost astounding'as its endurance I famous Virgin: tie. Ixis Remodioa into that the bill which In finally reportedout
I' Mattie CcJ $15.00; solid "streaked" meat. votes and the latter seven, an the cutthquuke area from the shrine of conference will not make it too
its tiro The
Evelina Ic-hardson, $10.00.. As will be seen, the two hogs mentioned against twenty-seven for San Francisco was experience. nt liuttcilo Nmimlpari where it Is Jealously diflleult for the roads, once they are!
rout wheel tilts went through allhrec
The boar-passcd?' the following re- were very nearly of the same Robert S. IIud peth, national triul! without Uiungo. Two lear I guarded 1 by Jrlt iunll. This virgin: I buck In private hands, to secure an i
solutions: weight, the Starke porker being the committeeman from New Jersey, has figured: In many disunion! during | upward revision of rates. The. reason
The boar done by pl.ntefrom the board surfaced I
day after Ie first Monday in each - .--. Kansas City to San Francisco and a Is shown ln the press of this
month to crtaider all applications re- TilE I'OLITICAI. POT stampede in favor of the Pacific coast track. 'Iho tires were Good city over reports Mint the Ajusco | lilt MM 'OHMTltOY MAil GOOn J...
emended b| the Board of Public instruction city resulted, the vote finally being rear cords.'j mountains, near here were spouting

fojassistance of widows un- Fire to be Kindled Under it When Executive made unanimous he car was driven by Dave Lewis lava and) ashes and that the government I I.'iMitenanl' R, R. Ward was In talks j ,
der the wiciws pension law. Committee Meets I .---- and Tommy Milton, the noted racing \ was contemplating: moving to n Monday on a visit to his sister' Mrs. I slM
The Boar.)I adjourned until the first I ENSEY LIKES 1'1 I.EItAI'1IMr drivers, und DeLloyd Thompson, one safer! region.: I', MHthony, and his cousin, ,,1\I'S-! 41"I
in Vbruary, 1920. of the must famous "blunt". aviators -..... -. .
Monday Chairman George P. Raney of the I --- --- Idntne I I IA.. Scott! and .1. T. (lU'I'.ry.Jfr (
W. 1', WEEKS t, Stale Democratic Executive Committee C. R. Enscy: of Jacksonville, in i in the. country. The drivers worked POITR RAILWAY BROTHERHOODS': Ward Is a Hrooker buy II brother -'
Clerk and Auditor.ANnilEWSMTYS has notices announc"-*. I Rending check for renewal of his subscription in six-hour shifts, making two slops 10 HUY CO-OPERATIVELY; ut Col. nioxhnm Ward of Gnlnesvillo.
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this to fill with oil and
r'- that the committee will hold a meeting writes: during period I When tho country called for volunteers -
GASKINS! BRICK on Thursday, January 20 for thepurpose "Friend Gene-Please don't throw gasoline.The Failing to obtain satisfactory relief! ho entered the navy but was Inter -
BUILDINGS j I of making plans for the primary me down. Don't ever stop my paper. American Automobile AflsociutA from the high cost of living either I transferred to the land forces nnd
whi"h are to lake place in the We- need it. My wife and I have de- ,n ieprosuntutlvc-8 at the trials were I through further wage advances by the sent nvpHu-as Them he wits, on lie-
The briclt building at the southwest state,and counties on June 8 or there- ( Ided that if necessary we will mortgage Fred' J. Wagner, the widely known of- I railroad administration. ) or from the! I count "f his ability, promoted to !lieutenant -
comer of OH and Walnut street, the At the meeting which will our home or the grove or anything ficial starter of practically all Amer- anti-profiteering compalgn, : of thin department and sow. service in several of
first story ,f which f t\ occupied by J. bo obouts.held in Jacksonville, aside from rather than have the paper ican Speedway events, assisted by F. of justice, officials! of the! the sanguine! l battles. Lieutenant Ward,
W. White B Son, and the second story agreeing upon a definite date for the stopped. If I overlook paying in E. Edwards, technical representativeof four big railway brotherhoods and tho was a student of the High School here'
by Starko Telephone Company, and plans will be made for holding time, please do something/ else than the American Automobile Association raijroad; 1 shop craft affiliated! with the and his many friends were very proudto
the brick billding! adjoining!: it on the primary the ,same and all general details stop the paper. Draw on me, make content board; J. E. Schipper, of American Federation of Labor, havo shake hands with the fine looking

west, occuphd by Cason's Drug Store, fixed Every member of the committee out a mortgage/ / and send for lgna- Detroit, assistant technical representative derided to Reek a solution for themselves officer
have been s.ld to J. W. Andrews, Sr, ;< up.has been sent a notice of the turo-anything, but don't stop it." and R. A. Leuvall, in charge of through co-operative buying, -- .

by Percy L. Gaskins, Esq., of Jack- call. Mr. Enscy is one of those who knowa the electrical: timing apparatus. production! 1 .distribution. _The !step, .. HOYS' AGRICULTURAL CLUBS )
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Bonville. office in the state, includingtwo good\ thing when they fee it. and we .- !was construed in Home quarters an in. STILL GROWING
These buidings have been offered Every to be feel highly complimented over his ap- ELARKEEElarb : rating( that demand for further -
for sale for 'some time by Mr. Gaskin Supreme Court justices The, are preciation. As he never fails to renew wage: increases would not he pressed County Agent J. O. Traxler recently
who is the sole remaining mem- fleeted at this time. governor senator, his subscription on the day when -- pending outcome of the experiment.B. made a visit to Hampton and. Gra
ber of the Gaskins estate, but he congressman United States Bradford it expires, we know we will never ..e. Jan. 1C.-Mrs. Ruby Cole- M. Jewell, acting president of the ham schools where agricultural clubs
would not sell any of the buildings will all bo voted on, and in office from have to go through the painful ordealof man and'fill.... Elnora' Rosier were visitors railway shopmen, saw no hope for relief were organized; with good member
separately and Messrs. J. W. White county practically & Son and C. P. Cason had several sheriff to justices of the peace subscription to the Telegraph. We Quite a crowd attended the show at declared that the only way to deal l school is lending all other schools of

conferences about purchasing the constables will be filled.candidates for thank Bro. Ensey warmly fo'r bin kind the State Farm Saturday night with an economic situation Is with tho county in membership to these
properties. But the death of Mr. Ca It is now time for in the words. Mrs. Mary Rosier and son, John economic factors. clubs, having already nineteen member
son ended the matter for the time being office to announce themselves and Henry Coleman were visitor here An alliance of the farmers, the organized *. lIe predicts that some Interesting
and Mr. Gaskins being anxious Telegraph.: The earlier they announce is METHODIST Sunday afternoon. producers, on the one hand, and spirited meetings will result
to dispose of the property quick, Mr. themselves the longer time decisions.given A bunch of the Elarbee and Clay with the laborers, or organized: consumers and much good will be accomplishedfor

Andrews became the purchaser. This the people to form their usual length Sunday school, 9:45: a. m. county boys put on a ball game here on the ether hand, is the pur- Graham community in agricultural Jtt, ,; ',

Is among the best business propertiesin Announcements of the for state and Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Friday afternoon, score being 64 to pone of the ro-frpPTAtiTe! commission.It work Mills Ruth Smith was elected J,
Starke. I will be inserted for $10 for district Epworth League, 0:45 p. m. C4) in favor of the Clay county boy. aims to conduct a vigorous campaign president and Miss Alma Price
? t 'county candidates, and announcements$7.60 Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Coleman were for direct dealing/ between farm secretary clubhaofcenm arebDenn
Miss Maud Powell, after spending candidates. The visitors to Pine Grove Sunday. :iprorlucers anti city consumers, and as Hampton s
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sometime In Newton, N. C.,' has re- will appear weekly during for cam the Po J. C. DIGGS, Lois Rosier bus been on the kk soon as possible between city produIcers Brannen, president, and Cecil Moore '
turned to the home of her parents, paign and will cost no more last. Pastor.linms. lint for the past week. t and farm consumera.im secretary. |
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,r': BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. 1920 \
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k once of the Methodist church, in Jack FIVE MILE Mr. Green. ,,.,.' \. ..'.IIAMPTON
1 I sonville last week with her husband, i Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Drawdy have j I I

Rev. Alfred Evenden came over to Five Mile Jan. 16.-Mrs. P. P. De moved to the Calvin Mott place. Hampton, Jan. 1C.-Mrs. M. E. Mayof

r Lawtey and spent one i.y: :; with kle and sons, Kirke and Julian spent Mrs. J. II. Whitehurst and children Ohio is the guest of her parents, I
friends. Thursday in Lake Butler, guests of have joined her husband In Colle- I Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hagen; this week

County News Items Mrs. T. S. Gilchrist and children Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor.Mr. ton, S. C., where he has a position ,I Clinton Durden of Tampa is spend /

of Thompson, Ga., are spending a few Elliott, of Ohio and Mr. Bron- with the railway company. We miss ing a few days of this week with his i

days at the home of her parents, Mr. son, of KisBimmee, visited relativesand them but wish them success: in their father T. J. Durden.
friends here last week : Sandy Prescott and daughter Miss
being new home.
and Mrs. W. II. Biggs.
InUrcstlnf facts Gathered During: the Week by OurRegular Grime the guests of P. ]'. Dekle. They left I Gladys, of Starke were visitors to our
Correspondents. Mr. and Mm. S. B. ajid daughter town Monday.
for Kissimmce.
I Annie Belle were visitors at the Saturday MILLER I W. B. Young of Bradentown was

home of Ii. C. Grim Thursday Mrs. Lillie Gainey who has been -- j i visiting friends here recently.

The many friends in Lawtey of Mr. visiting relatives in this section for Miller, Jan. 16.-Rev. Linmey filled Mrs. John Dyal of Tampa was been

j LAKE BUTLER of his niece, who is ill. and Mrs T. S. Stark of Gainesville several weeks left Saturday for Lees- his regular/ appointment at the churchof a visitor;\ at the home of her parents,

h -I, S. E. Parrish spent) the week-end extend their sympathy for the loss of burg. She was accompanied by liermother Christ Sunday.Mr. I j Mr. and Mrs T. J. Durdcn.
r Amanda From
Lake Duller Jan. 10.-Miss Norma with his family and returned Augusta to his their infant son the first part of last Lccdburg, Mrs.Mrs Gainey Gainey.will go to Kis- and Mrs. M. L. Colson, of Bland Rev. Armstrong of Lake Butler ,

', Dfklc find brother Oren, of Five Mile work Monday afternoon, week. nimrneo to visit her daughter, Mrs.J. attended church here Sunday. 1 filled his regular appointment at the L
jr Wednesday evening with tholr Ga. Mrs. Parrixh and baby Loin are The members of Grace M. E. church Baptist church last Sunday.
spent him in few days. H. Dronson.I Rev. J. T. Barnes was a visitor to
A". grandmother 1Ilr S. S. Proctor. expected to join a several were dated when the news reached Jesse Gainey left Saturday for Oka. Bradford Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Dr. Middleton made a professionalvisit
D.. W. liorum moved his cars to Mr. and Mrs. Cook spent )' here of the return of Rev. H. C. Tay- I here Sunday. '
and Mrs. A. C. Strick j humpka, where he has secured a pos.ition. and Mrs. W. O. Brooks, of
Mr.
Lake Butler Thursday I II I days with lor us their pastor for 1920. I I
I I Providence, visited relatives here Mrs. N. Bedenbaugh who has bees
Mm.:!\ Jesse Goodman was called to land. Mizello spent the week-enl News was received here that Geo. Dewey Duke and sister Miss Delle, Sunday. I ill for several weeks, is much improved J
LeRoy
at
the bedside of her sinter's child Bohannan was dead at Anderson, W
nt Worthington with his parents. attended a cane grinding at the home Carl Brown spent the week-end at at this writing.
Prov idcrice Va., and that the body would be ship John Bevillc, of Graham, was visitor 1 '
- I nf Vernon Edwards Friday evening.P. 'his parent's home, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. I a
of Providence
One Similar; and Jaughtt'T, for burial. No
ped to Lawtey cause to Hampton Monday.Mrs. \ .
business '
Dekle
+ d BROOK Ell I' was trans.ting Brown.
l; ,, spent Tuesday in Jnck onvillc. of the death was stated, and at this In Lake Butler Tr 8day. I Forma Brown visited friends at : !. Lord of, Lake City wa a vis.iti }
w l writing the nature of the death in not ,v here Monday while on h<'r
Jan Ifi. Rev. Ridenour Bland w to .
Mm. C. Tl. William, of Quitman IJrooker Mrs B. R Gnmey I.. visiting her I' Sunday ,
reltive thin week of Gainesville, filled his regular ap-I known. I mother Mrs. Stokes near Guilford The mnny friends of Miss Vircrle Stnrke. h.
Ga. is visiting her I "
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II. L. Fowler and fam pointment ut the Baptist) church James Goodfcllow is spending a this week. Thomas are! glad to know that r.he has Mrs. C. B. Bryant of 1 I-rt ."r';
Mr. and Mm. I
who has been visiting fri",-ts! :
day. sun-I few days ut his borne here. Mr'd.imr* day Carrel and Tommie I >- overed from n long spell of slckn" > ainHves ,

ily.H.. Honenberg is having a sanitary I I H. C Richard has sold hit C. K. Sapp was transacting business !, WI''t 'l'' j visited j in Five Mile Monday sSeeher. here for tho past!' t :'no \ f "

meat market fitted up in the re r of tine business hero to N. T. Kitch, In Starke Thursday I I Miss Norma Dekle, who has been I Stokes made a business trip rett'mod home last Mom! i, "
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the Eagle Grocery and will be ready A. Weeks and H. S. Warren. E. J. Robert ]left Sunday for Bald- ill for several days, is i now convulesc to Lake Butler' Saturday i Thos. Wasdin, of in Gin'.. ">,
Warren will have tbe''business In'I I B E.: Prown shinped n carload ofhnns ndinjj to bucincss 11 "t i
to open it for business\ a few days. win where he will spend a day or two : work.M.ry.. I
T. 0. Rnulevr.on, of Sampson City, charge I with his daughter, Mrs. Marlon Oliver Lon Dukes now occupies tho White- f lo Jacksonville!' Tuesday. I :
1vJ"q+ bus moved biH family to Lake Butler ,: Hazel Warren, of Starke, spent and then go to St. George Ga", for a 'bUII.t, cottage rcc"iily( vacated by I ,T. O. Truxler\ of Ptjirkn. county : : King, of Brooklyn> II ...
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entered school here Suturclnj' here with her parents. I Hcent. visited our school Thursday, !I I >r to Itrmpton Sin'rlny.Mi
+ and his children H C .k'hard: and R. A. Weeks of short 'tny.John I I lor>kin<* after the different clubs. I II ; s M dge MiddlMn.vvi's ." f Jf.
i Monday. I business visitors here Ilohannnh! Lulu ;was a vis. I N. H StHcoi P'udrn business l I I n v''iloi, to Hani '
Stnrl.f trip
Innmn HarrlHon of Worthington, TV ("al3tin'! ?':r/: 1920 I
the first of .the weak I :
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here Sunday afternoon.Mr. Saturday: itor to Lnwtey 1o I,nke Butler Tuesday. and Sunday.'u2r
wait a visitor II. of Starke nl'V W. 1.. Overstreot pieuu'hed at Free I I'j
and Mrs F. O. RawU and Miss Mr. and! Mrs. J. Kitch ''I Seed Catalog ." I
the Melrose church I j
Baptist Sunday.
pleasant visitors here Sunday ,
Evelyn Demcry.! of Worthington, were afternoon were : Alex Williams and daughter Mist :I It's ready now. On" hundred hand- :rc58 5i5255252552.25z525 u u'u'ur2.52S25Z5';. ; ,
week-end guests of C A. l Roberts: and tlliielriUcrt with brilliant
Lieut. Sam Ward spent the weekend Ellie\ of Jacksonville were visiting namely p.if "
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family. cover In natural: mints It Is botlibeautiful SEND US THAT ORDER '
Maurice Ijangford hue entered the ) here with relatives, leaving for relatives Sundny.Rev. and helpful, find all that Is h

ttchool here arid la located with Mr. Camp Gordon Sunday afternoon lie and Mrs II. C. Taylor returned noel'scary to pet It Is a po'tnl card Si
and Mm. C. II. Keiclstcr. i II" expecting Id bent to Panama in home from conference first of the request. You will find our J920 cat*, i: WHEN YOU NEED ANYTHING IN
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well worth while seed book.
the near future. lORue a
Carl Brown and Karlo; Pceples spent week
I \Miss Thclma Ward left Sunday afternoon Hast1! ""' Si-pds, are sold direct: by
the week-end with parents\ at Miller Office Furniture and Supplies \
for visit with relatives in Mrs. Sarah GrifTls and grandmother mall. Youlll never !flail them on I I .
Mrs. Winifred McDonald Blnto manages a hove returned home from Jacksonville pale In the !'IOl'ell.0 have some Commercial and Fancy Stationery J 'f,
: of the Woodmen Circle, Jack- Dublin, Ga. where, they had been with iclatives five hundred thousand customers who i .
? Ronville, vifiitecl the local circle Thurs- :' Prof. Chancey, of Pine Hill was a E. E. Burney and family of Jacksonville ., bur fret! UF hv! mail. We please and Printing, Lithographing, Engraving i i'<' ,
1 lay. While here she was a Rueut ofDr. visitor here Monday.Mrs. : satisfy I them, und we can please and Books-All KindsArtists' ir}\
Rceber King Minton l is very sick at the spent Sunday with relatives I' satisfy yo:: ''n JOID! :) I ,
end Mrs. :
y Material t'
home of her parents near here.E. Jesse Bohannan of Brewster was Planting Hastings': Seeds In your
of lionifay upenta
tN' C.short B. Miimhburn while with, his father, and L. Crosby left Sunday afternoonfor a visitor to Lawtey first of the week. I garden:!: 'Jr In your fields Insures "goodluck" Athletic Goods t..
a Jacksonville to attend the Baptist There will be an India, Mass Movement I HO far an 1'I'ullM can bp determlr -
Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Marsh- I Kodaks k3
rI) mother, | d by the send planted. For 30 t
burn, last week. |I convention. Pageant on the Iawtcy Park yei:r, I"." t''ns', Heeds have been the
Inez Abernathy and Onarita Ward today (Friday) by Baker & Porker,,, '
: u'tl excellence and
Mrs. II. N. Stanton 1ms returned to "tll! 'la. tf : purity
her homo after u week's visit with were In Alachua Saturday for their returned missionaries from India. No, In the South. Only varieties The H. & W. B. Drew Company w

her nun Howard Stanton, of Tallahaa- 1 music lesson. charge will bo made and everyone in- nc'ifted to the South are listed. Quality -

4N sea K. A. Andreu, one of Brookcr'a progressive vited. It will be well worth seeing,,, "'e 1aNI t prices often lens 45-49 W.Bay Street JacksonvilleWE j
than 'lit y> u pay at hrlmeVrlte
DoWitt McGill spent Monday an'I merchants, has Bold .... Johns as it was shown at the Centenary cal for fieo nv r>f thl<' srilontllcl. eata'lopiio -
Jacksonville. I u half interest in the business citation at Columbus Ohio, and i is I I now. H. G. HASTINGS CO., WILL'TAKE PLEASURE IN ANSWERING YOUR INQUIRIES I 'j'

Mrs. S. M. Martin of Bradford Col. Bloxham Ward and family of now touring: the state. I See.'orien: Atlanta': , Ga.: -(Advt.) ,
Gainesville, accompanied by Hiss Olga
pent several days here with ])1'. and ; ,
Ward spent the week-end' with relatives. ---:--- - - ---- - "- - ---- -- -- - -
Mrs. J. M. Mann. I II Ii

12. Klondo" Thursday In Jncknonvillo l
spent
\Mrs. II, C. demons, of Alachua, i
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spent the first part of the week with I
II. O. Brown of Worthington upent
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her daughter Mrs. R. A. Andieu. .
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several days last week here taking; the
I 1 O. Hall and Miss Dead Croft motored 'I 1 \
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to Starke Friday afternoon.Dr. II
t improved Mrs. J. after H. Marnhburn an (illness in of mmiewhut several I I Carefoot of Worthington was I ;1

weeks. I I in town Monday. Unusual Value -In TiresII
I Mrs. O. B. Hazen and daughter
Mrs.) F. G. Srhell is ill this week and 'I
Doris, are spending the week with!
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it is hoped llIhe] will goon recover ,.
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relatives.
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The WomatiB Club will hold a mothers Messrs. Biuning and Williams wentto

meeting at the Club room Jan. Starke Saturday, returning Mon I for Small Cars
21st at 3 o'tlock p. m. An interesting day.Messrs. : 4I j jI

piotrram will be rendered and delicious I S. V. and E. B. Andreu

refreshments will be served. I were visitors near Gainesville Sunday I I

Joe Powlinir, of New River was I ; " ,

trading in town Saturday I A. Crosby of Starke, was a business l.' !
Ben Puke and son, Dewey, of Five I visitor here Saturday. I:

Mile wore in town Monday. I T. C. Hazen l is the latest purchaserof Not only is characteristic Goodyear merit
Superintendent Poppoll and family I
a Ford touring car.
of Staike, motored over Sunday and I ]M.). P. Matheny spent the weekendin conspicuous in Goodyear Tires for small cars

spent Tomlinnon.the day with Mr and Mrs. Harris I: Starke with his family. I ya: but ordinarily the first cost is found to be
I J. J, Morgan and family attended '
Mrs. J. Howard and friend, of I I services at Little Springs Sunday. I b not greater than that of other tires; often it
Dukes, motored to Fake Butler Mon Mrs. T. Litchflcld and daughter

day afternoon. I I orient\ part of last week with relatives ti is actually less. .
Kev. S. S. Proctor: filled his regular\ at LaCrosse i

.f; appointment at Brandy Branch Saturday Miss Daisy Lewis spent the week P The combination of unusual value in first '
and Sunday, going to Jacksonville I'' with friends at Bradford. i

e Monday morning to attend the slate I I I T. L. Godwin and family of Pine cost and very low final cost, of course, is a ?

#, Baptist convention. 'i Hill were visitors here Sunday. I result of
Virgil Edwards, of Tampa spent Goodyear experience, expertness
I I 1.. Plnholster, of Pine Hill, attend.
several days of this week here with ed services hero Sunday. : I and care employed as insistently in the
old\ friends. I I Guy Pinhojster and Walter Baxter

v.. The Sunbeam hand, is doing: excellent '1 were in Starke Sunday afternoon : li; is making of 30x3-, 30x3l/2- and 31x4-inch tires f

work and each Sunday afternoona Miss Edna Baxter spent Saturday : 1
good program is rendered. I and Sunday with her parents. : as it is in the construction of the famous I

t+ 4 The! Womans Missionary Union bUlllnl'lIlI1 met I Several of the young folks attend. i Goodyear Cord Tires used on the highest- 1?
Wedne lay afternoon in a the cane grinding at V. Edwards
i session.\( Il'd I night. I priced automobiles.

A special meeting of Lake Duller J. Warren spent part' of last weekat :

chapter No. 40 O. E. S., was held ont LaCrosse looking after business in I For this reason more cars using these small I
Wednesday evening lit 7:80:: in the \Masonic terests.

building this being\ the official :I I Mrs. I. W. Pinholster Jr., spent I ; Ili I sizes were factory-equipped last year with II III !

; \ visit of the Grand Matron, Mrs Alice Wednesday with relatives at Pine I
I K.; Shultz of Snrasota. Each one enJoyed I I I II Goodyear Tires than with any other kind. j

the meeting. Delicious thicken Hill.Mrs, L. T. Osteen. is spending this ; ; '

halad, saltines and coffee worn served week with relatives at Dukes. I Get this unusual tire value to enjoy on your ,

'I G. B. Colson is in Jacksonville on I kk r Ford Chevrolet i
Dort Maxwell '
other
A program will be rendered nt the business this week. or ,
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ItaptUt! church Tuesday afternoon, W. Malphurn spent the week-end I small car, at the nearest Goodyear Service !
Y Jan. 20th, by the W. C. T. U., Mrs. in Starker with his folks. I i II
Prof made to the w Station. Get these tires and I II
Tcln= l'a1'1'lslprollldlnt'. I Chanccy a trip Rs. Goodyear Heavy
county I seat Friday< afternoon.Our : I I "
\ Hubert Johnson of Johnstown, was vl Tourist Tubes at this station.
in Lake Butler Monday afternoon. I farmers are busy preparingtheir t < '

i Thursday. Jan. 8th. Rev S. S. Proctor land for cultivation
celebrated' his 73rd(! l birthday At I Mrs."' C. Roberts 'of Alachua, spent '.
I the week-end with relatives.A l .
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noon a real tlirHulllltllIIl'r!/ was served "
those Several B. Surrency l is in Jacksonville '
*4, and enjoyed by present ; "
'I gift were received. Out of town 'this week , '; ;

guests were Mrs. P. P. Dekle and Bo sure and attend Sunday school I -, MNr:; -.-.".--;:-'=:_-'":;-'::: r,, -== .:iI ---'- .' ,
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Five Mile next Sunday H J
of
sons!. Kirks and Julian,
I Preston Williams and family were -.- I '.'
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In town Saturday.Rev. .
F is attending. tho I 30*3V4 Goodyear Double-Cur $ > Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes
thick
I Armstrong Oii23Ox3V4 are strong tubes that ;
I fabric All Weather Tread
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Jan. L .0vt'I' Lw reinforce
Baptist Htate convention in Jacksonville Lawtoy 16J. tret't, I casings properly. Why rink a good casing with a
of Nashville Ga. is visitor at the cheap tube? Goodyear
week. a Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little
this Goodyear Slav 1g e-Cwre more I
I home of his son. Rev. W. L. Over- $ 65 than ftubes of less merit. 30x3% size in water
; Bill Stewart l Is able to be out again Fabric Anti-Skid Trcai_ JL/ ... $390 ;'
j', I after! several days of illness. street. ,
Mitch Markee has purchased the Mrs. Nancy Harrington of Jacksonville -
I of spent Tuesday at the home of I II
: Moran stock goods II I
IV Tom Singer wife and mother, visited S. B. Grlfns. :
relatives in Gainesville Sunday Mrs. Alfred Evenden, of Zephyrs- ,
I hill who attended the annual conf. .
and Monday.
I / A goodly number of tourists were J
In Lake Butler Monday between trains How'c This? g ;

for South Florida. TV* over '100.00 for any case of eatarrt .i
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that cannot b. cur d by MALIII
\ Miss Llllie Colson returned to her CATARRH MBIHCINK.HA.LJV8 !: i
work in Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon CATARRH MEDICINB. tat..a .
n with Internally and act through th* Blood
visit
after several days Mucous BurfacM of the aru.nt. I
,a her uncle W. G. Ball, and family. 0'lt.:11.Prlc: br no.druntiu.. for.O-'O", J'.'"* 9

Dr. J. M. Mann left Sunday for Vi- r. J. Ch.a.y *. Co., Toledo Ohio.
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PAGE SIX --- --e 'words, the objection of capitalists,)I will arise, only that party should be 'jf I
y distributing
district
placed by huge employer to gifted with power at the coming; elections
and properly
alias more ,

J Bradford County Farmers J\ agencies.commission the discredited All men brokers past.would, all Labor's retreat middle voice into and from the the majority them sole, has arbiter of been the of nation.the it*salvation own With destinies labor of-- not particular truckle which class or can bend, but be the depended to knee safeguard upon to any the to v]

would be the law of the land; it would of that nine-tenths of
and the fate of the nation who will interest the
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w 1 1i I I'I -- Where peanuts are shelled for proclaim prices, it would decide how :take care of the public's interest Be people, who appcirs at present to v

COUNTY AG1 NTS' REPORTS I fairs, it is an incontrovertible fact 'planting the shelled nuts should not I much each laborer] ought to,, earn per I it democratic, be it republican be it lack adequate representation in the
that this fair held in Orlando, Floida, ; quantitiesas diem and if the particular industry,, I that councils of the nation.-Palm Beach
in large new party
stored together or some
be progressive
The Volunia County Fair Committee from February 10th to 13lh. 1920 pro they are liable] to heat and thisheating I that he was engaged in, failed to make huw yet to arise but which certainly I 1 Tost.Good .
his at
recently held an enthusiastic\ meet bably brings more visitors in the state the germination of I sufficient profits to pay wages II
It is held injuries scale that he himself had set -.eti - -
than other. I the up
ing.: Plans were formulated to make to one place any the ecd. While there i is no definite = =;
Volusia's exhibit at the Orlando and ut the right time to influence thiiclass I information at hand as to how long the public funds would be called upor I i r ? czv
all who are In I make good the difference. In otherwords
best of visitors arid to :
Fair of the evernhown
Tampa one the germination power, experience -
enter injuring nine-tenths of the population
Florida
from this county. anyway interested in it best nol ,
has shown that is I I
rllle and products are always to be 01 : of the country would supply the capital -
;a The farmers of Santa Rosa county > to shell the-nuts for any great length i
I I'r to set the remaining tenth up in 4
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are interested in growing a large .he ground. \shelled nuts may be stored withoutof ,
: and that lucky tenth would
acreage to peanuts for the early mar. I For ten successive years, withou time before planting them. i iI business,
increase of weather ':not only pocket all the profits but
ket. I In making their plans to regard to drawbacks or
;r 'r the crop another year, the cooperative war thin fair has held uniformly sue I I --;*- would.l call on the submerged nine-
spirit prevails, and the interested :IIIIful exhibitions and while it hall I The only way know the exact tenths to make good all deficits.
of is to know how manyI The handling of the great labor issue -
A farmers are working together paid l no dividends to the stockholder 'value a cow
J&1 default and the I proces'- during the continuance of the war; t
to good advantage. it has never gone by
Jas. I). Kime, Orange county agent,, officers and stockholders derive d u and since the war ended has reflecte Paint Means EconomyFor
Hays that a weekly news column war pleasurable compensation in the good< right by keeping records If you dc no credit on the authorities. It haapparently
started last week in each of the twc Ihhey feel sure they are doing the not understand how to do this, ask< I been taken for grantee

daily papers in Orlando Mr. Kinu! country and the people. i your county or' home demonstrutior that there was to be a social revolution Wagons and ImplementsDon't

assists the papers in conducting thisdepartm..nt. The coming fair will be in no way inferior I I agent. in the relations previously] existing -

., which is HO much appreciatod to theme formerly held and i In -----t i i between capital and labor unc

by the [rural subscribers, Home respects it i expected it will nut CATTLEMEN'S: CONVENTION the public. But while the governmenhas : let wagons and implements rot
the interest. in exhibitions has invariably shown. itself to be ]la- your
especially. Truck plantings are going : pass them, for i A
coat
forward rapidly. The Winter of this character is greatly: increasing Montgomery, the capital city of: bor's friend and champion, and capital or decay from exposure to the elements.

Garden section will plant' close to 30C !! among intelligent/: and wetl Alabama, is making large prepuru has been strong: enough to kl'ep] of paint will have them.
I its end up-notably in the case of
acres informed people. tions fort the Eighth Annual Conven own
.
I'olk county farmers who have cab The poultry department will ex'aed 'lion of the Southern Cattlemen's Association the steel strike-the interests of t.he '

i bage plants for sale are, finding: 11 all previous records the exhibits from"ul'I'ounding which meets here January general public stood up for its owl SHERWINWILLIAMStWAGON ;
ready market on account of the Hev- counties promises to sue 27-30 inclusive. right./ It has fared ill enough even :
.. weather the north killing young( uBBociiillim organized in under the timeworn principle of the<
f ere I pun those of rccefifyears and it l is the This was
l I plants. Buyers are in the field for .' purpose of the management to put up Montgomery; eight years ago and hat "divide et impera;" us long as labor AND IMPLEMENT PAINT :'
p.d million Pineapples\ ol'anltell' bus and capital fought the public has at I
10 plants. the very greatest citrus exhibit ever become one of the most powerful
and sweet seedlings are at their best; shown in stale, since this is one of the I'| mesa organizations of the south. J. D. least hnd the advantage of a tneanur \

grapefruit improving daily. No sugai iccogniwd! greatest: orange: center! Kldridge,, of Gregory, Arkansas, Is able amount of competition. In other will keep your wagons and implements in good J'

obtainable for any purposes. Butter, Along nil other lines the outlook i President, and Dr. U. M. Gow, of Lit pay higher wages than were force and add to their life. It brushesout

75 cents per pound; eggs: !110> cent) most promising and there are now fil- tie Ituck, in Secretary.The condition years j
per dozen. teen lace homes wintering in the slab business meetings of the con r-- -- easily, covers well and dries I with 1 a rich I oil "

Many young citrus groves are being lea\ on the grounds, preparing for the vention will be held in the big public COFFINS; CASKETS in color and durability.All .
net in I'alm Beach county. Young finest races ever had, while the directors auditorium and cattle sales will be And a full line ofUncrtakers'Supplies ] gloss. Very permanent

groves that have had care are doing/; have just built a line of railroa conducted at the Union Stock Yards! :! popular colors.
exceptionally well. A number of where the Johnn
into the grounds\ each afternoon The Gay.Tl.ague1I"tel
young groves will come into bourinf Jones Shows are now wintering, with will be official headquarters of Automobile Hearse.

next spring. the promise of the greatest! aggregation the convention.The Always on hand. The beet sc.- ''\ I

Several additional acres of wintei of shows ever exhibiting in Flot and the vieu at the lowukt fince*. Special .._, ...
visitors delegates to .
oats planted last week by growers and .". ; .
Mention to telegraph orders.R /
,
ida.All convention will be provided as much : ,lliftitriJfi; i
farmers. One farmer purchased a MOWand
this, including plenty of flying; : Amusement the business of the '" "
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as -
+' boar t at recent Poland China .sale in the air, daylight and night fireworks occasion will permit. Visits to modern < nj.-,* .ref1 Embalmer: "QUIGLEY LUMBER & 1"I ..
This makes about 20 head of purebred .
other attractions
music and many co.claw' .
rides SUPPLY
stock farms, a dinner auto .
Poland China hogs in I.nki are promised l, well worth the attendance a special vaudeville performance and : DeWITT C. JONES
' county. Packing houses running ful of people at the extremit; .
social attentions for the women visitors 3tarl n, t time. Sprayed fruits showing the utispruyedIt a marked of the state, over the good: roads centering have been arranged.One ..--...,.",..", -- -oJ
i Improvement over via railroads.
at Orlandifor of the main features of the . .
is also demanding a much largel - - -'-
the i In
The management joins press
convention will be the large; number ASPIRIN FOR COLDS V
of
The setting newstock
Belling price invitation
cordial to
extending: a most ,of bankers hero for this occasion. Itlis
continues throughout the cen- everybody everywhere to get ready
I understood that Cattle Loans by
trill section of tho county. Light fl'Olltdamll celebratioiin
and I spend this February
4 Hunks will be one of the subjects ofdiscussion Name "Bayer" is on Genuine
fields
; G rd several tomato anc Orlando]
the .
other garden: crops on program.It I Aspirin-say Bayer
is suggested that hotel l'elll'l'yalions -
The result of lust drive fur I
years :STATE; AGENT McQUAKKIKItKGES :
nn increased, production of food, feed : Tlirc FARMERS TO be made as early an possible I '
chairman of the vi ito'saCl'omodntion
through the
and forage be plainly seen in Suwnnnee II I
t, : ran GROW MORE CANE committee, Mr. Leo I
county. More farmers are sell II "' , yltltil'

k sustaining-that is, they have plenty Sugar cane is one of the most important pold Strauss.I'LU11BING. *

of vegetables/ and fruit put away, and best paying crops tha I
plenty of feed for their stock, and an the average Florida farmer can grow THE GOVERNMENT eout

e killing hogs' by the dozens for home The production of thin crop will fit in Q

pork. Each farm can boast of killing in any scheme of general farming The Plumb flan as applied! to railroads .
from five' to 2f/ hogs for homo con. operations in the state. It is also i a is I simplicity itself. Under its

sumption. All the commercial colt! crop that can be grown: on any variety (:provisions, the government would take Insist on 'Ba er Tablets of Aspirin"in a
storage: plants are full, and lots of itv' of soil of ordinary fertility, provided ''absolute poHSPHnloii of the entire rail. "Bayer package," containing pronet
hud to( bo turned" away for lack of the ]land in well drained. It wilnot road the direction for Colds rain Headache
system, paying: present own. ,
Severn 1 carloads of market subject ; ] 01 ....ul..d .epIW. ..... .,.... .n the ,._
spare. grow satisfactorily on land ers exactly what a tribunal that wan Neuralgia Lumbago and Rheumatism. I tie Inductry sad applmd' eer.aee,all th,ComfortJ sad amelf
; } hogs continue to go out each week. to overflow or where the water openly hostile to the owners' interest Name "Bayer" means genuine. Aspirin ..tlo.I :.of the.omsonlot. Upom It the world mo.t M df
. ...... .. ::...
farmers prescribed by physicians for nlnpt""D"earL I. the.r.ae..t .1'.0.la.hrch an h. tt" ph.JAMES
d Holmes county especially stands oil the surface for a few week II deemed them to be worth, and incid
I. WLLThe
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets -
rl those who have lately bought: farms at at a time. entally confiscating as much of the cost few cents. Aspirin U trade markof
high prices, are going: to be hal'cto\ With the beginning: of the New system as was thought by this tri- Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetiecidester -
d,8, hold down on the cotton ac'ralTht'y/: Year, it seen to us that every farmer bunal to have been either acquired by of Salicylicaold. .
all seem to have the idea that now i Is ought to arrange his operations so unfair means or at too high a cost. Successful Farmer

' a the time to plunge, forgetting: the that he can grow at least a small area The roads having; come into the handsof THE REASON WilY
danger signal will have to be kept to this very important crop. We would the government would be run in \

burning: every day in the week if we like to send a warning note to those the interests of the Four Brotherhoods Explunation Given Which Explains Raises Bigger Crops

stick to safe farming. ,'ont..mplatinplrowing: : this crop for and the other railway craftsmen, Efficacy of 101 Tonic
Cabbage plants out and growing the first time" to secure an adequate I
whose representatives would be granted There are three important ingredients -
t
;h' rapidly. Preparations being made for quantity of good: seed as soon as pos the privilege of fixing their own in Dr. Williams 101 Tonic, each and cuts down costs by investment in

a large acreage to cucumbers in the Bible, as seed is apt to be very scarce wage tariff. Any surplus that would one of which has an Important duty.

1 southern pure. of DcSoto county, at planting time The quantity of remain at the end of the year wouldgo They are Quinine, Iron and :Magnesia.The labor-saving machinery. \
-- - Heed required per acre runs as foi towards a sinking; fund to reduce quinine in the tonic clears the

I THE MIO-WINTKR SUIl-TROPICAL lows I the bonds issued l in payment of the blood of all influenza, malaria or other Good prices for the farmers' crops encourage

FAIR TIIK COMINGBIGGEST If planted in 4 1.2 foot rows, the I railroads, and any deficit would be harmful] germs. The iron builds up investment
TiliNG seed cut and lapped about 10 per cent made up out of the pockets of the people the rich, healthy, strengthening blood new more productionand

r ----- in the furrow, it will take 2,200 .stalk; I as at present. It cannot be claimed which puts stamina into the weakened greater prosperity.
Our iniiin subject for today is the averaging 3 feet each to plant ar even by Mr. Plumb himself that body, and the magnesia acts gentlyon

v coming Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter FairIt acre. Planted in C foot rows, which it this plan offers any elements of attractiveness the liver and bowels] cleaning away
l is a good subject and a timelyone recommended on the best, types of I except to th e railwayunions the accumulated poisons. But the success of agriculture dependson

for there is no one thing in this soil, about 1800! stalks of this same In it the public can only see This combination is of known the growth of railroads-the modern
i; immediate section that means so much length will plant an acre. !an interminable raising of freight; and I worth for the treatment of Colds,

ns this fair any mv that most of the C. K. !McQUARRIEState : .. passenger: rates in order to meet the i l.AGripf'e] ] Fever, Chills, Influenza, beasts of burden that haul the crops to
county fairs and the Jacksonville Agent demands of labor\ for what and Malaria.
they consider
I _.. ._ ___ the world's markets.
State Fair I are over, the thing uppermost I A --1M. adequate wages. That there During last year's Influenza epidemic I

e in the minds of those who liolicvein TEANHTS FOR FEED should ever, at any time, be left overa the sales of 101 Tonic increased -

% ; --. these expositions is the fair that I surplus] to be applied to the sinking over' BOO per cent. Thisis, proof The railroads-like the farmsincreasetheir
draws ill exhibits from the five counties The high prices paid for the peanut fund is In the highest degree problem n-plenty of the value of this remedy
I'' of Oitinge, Seminole, Volusia, 'I crop this fall have led many farmers atical. for the treatment of "Flu." At the output and cut down unit costs by

Lake and Osceola, and attracts attention to sell short. and seed will likely be The Plumb Plan having shown such first sign of "flu" or malaria use Dr. the constant investment
nil over the state and secures support scarce and high this spring II. G,. pl'omlKe-on paper-of working wellin Williams 1U1 Tonic. A 25 and 50 of new capital. ,

from four corners of tho earth, Clayton, district agent: urges farmer the cane of the railroads it is now cent bottle may be procured at your I
i tt%_ for, \\lmtev mny bo said of other who have not saved seed to begin now gravely .proposed, to apply the sumo drugntoic.; With fair prices for the work they do,

to get together the seed which will system of management to every industrial -
I the railroads able
DODSON WOULD STOP ,I bo needed thin spring. If you already department. Ry hook or by UFfOFF are to attract new capital

have enough need to serve your needs, crook the present owners arc to bi CORNS for expanding their facilities.
I tore them in a good place] where they i dispossessed of their factories! their I "

I '.':ill not get Hump or be eaten up by foundries, their ironworks and coalmines
; Hates
SALE OF CALOMEl! high enough to yield fair return
: a
I'at!! I title to which shall pits! into Apply few drops then lift sore,

I the hands of the government, which will insure railroad growth and prevent
.. of I will, it is to be presumed also supply touchy corns off with

Says Calomel is Mercury and .the necessary capital to keep the concerns ,i fingers costly traffic congestion, which invariably
You Do More Work, v going until they get on their I
Acts Like Dynamite on ': You are more ambitious and you Ret more feet Labor wll pay itself exactly : results in poorer service at higher cost.

Your Liver. :I enjoyment' out of everything when your i what it believes its services to be :
,! !blood l is In good condition. Impurities In National wealth
worth that practically the value increase
can
so only as our
the blood have a very depressing effect un
!I ,
the system causing weakness, laziness of every article nnd piece of goods railroads
4 Podnon IK makinii' \ a hard fight against f nervousness and sickness.: purchased by the public will be governed I grow.
calomel the South. Every (iniKlfiit has UROVirS TASTLLUSS Chill TONIC by the price of labor. The only I IpO..lliblll

notion!.a They great all falling\five olT the in name the kale reason ofcalomrl. restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying advantage perceptible in the Poor railroad service is dear at any
; ', and Enriching the Blood. When you h'rlIts Plumb Plan as applied either to the
l.lver Tone In taking its nlnce.'
DoilDon's
+ price. No
kt '' "Calomel danuiMrou!! and people know strengthening invigorating effect. ace: railroads or to national industries growing country can long pay
; how it brings color to the cheeks: and howIt
; I It, while Itnilsnn'a, Liver Tone la perfectly seems to consist in its simplificationof the price of
tN improves the appetite you will then: inadequate transportation
a wife and give better results: said a appreciate its true tonic value.lROVC'S the problem where to put the blame ,.
lt prominent local druggist Dodson's rlce the facilities.
? for excesive J> Obviously t
( TASTELESS Chill TONIC
I Liver .
Tone he i personally guaranteed by
will be that the unions have
every druggist. A large bottle costs but Is not a patent! medicine. it Is simply answer
a few cent. and If it fail to give: easy IRON and QUININE suspended in Syru(> raised the American standard of living
i ,; relief in every' case of liver sluggishness So pleasant even children like it. UK -for mselve.--and the public
'it. and constipation you have, only to ask blond nl"ftdsQululne to Purify it and IRONto must "pay the shot." This is not an L G- Shb
:'if'' for your money Imck. Enrich it. These reliable tonic properties attractive prospect. It is, in the first adwtlAfment k published butte
; rtodson'c\ Liver TomU a p' aRant. never fail to drive out Impurities in and
place, socialism pure and simple !
the blood. e Iai7CUltlpnv i
purely vegetable remedy, harm1 li JpAce.
tasting
need but a little exaggeration to degenerate Doe n'& hurt bit!
little
loss to both children and adults.. Take The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S a Drop a
a, spoonful at night and wake up feeling TASTELESS: Chill TONIC has made it into bol hbevillm. It would Freefone on an aching earn, instantly li
fine no biliousness alrk headache acid the favorite tonic In thousands of homua serve to put labor into the saddle, and that corn tops hurting then you lift ( iMW4.
stomach or constipated bowels. It More than thirty-five years ego told to make the rest of the great American It right oat. Ye, magic I IA /a.afioa.oe.e'aie. tin roHro< 4 ttfw-
tiny bottle of Freecone costs but shoe wq, ."-. '....,.,r. AI -"u. ..
would
doesn't gripe or cause inconvenience all ride a long distance to !get GROVE'S people absolutely subservient to a 9 Ie J'u ._.
,t Jt,j the next day like violent calomel. Take TASTELESS ChlU TONIC when a Labor' whims and demands. Com- .lew cent at any drug store, but is sufficient ,... 9J a.. ... arweli..., II Eeoadwep. Km F.t .'.
dose of ualomel today and tomorrow member of their family had Malaria! or to remove every' bard corn soft
a will fool weak, sick and nauseated. needed a body-building strength-Hiving! petition, which is I aprinciple inherently Mm, or corn between the toes, and the
you IXm't lose a day's work! Take nod- tonic.v The formula Is Just the same today objectionable to socialism, would calluses. without soreness or irritation.Frevsono .
A, son's Liver Tone Instead and feel tine and you can get it ffu.n any UruiJMore. : & vanish in the twinkling of an eye. The i. the sensational discovery t ;yfJ.. \\j_ 1 '
Elk bottle. it a Cincinnati genius It is wonderful f Jl
i full of vigor and ambition per retailer would disappear and be 1'eJ __ _
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 16. 1920 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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VICTORY BUTTONS ne'ellllary to get the Victory Button it FLORIDA KIDDIES FIRST will be either too large or too small to i UrovVai Ta lele.. chill Tonfcreetarea inn. do aparar to low complainants bill nf com.
plaint hrrrln on before the 2nd of
nr day
.I.; your discharge or release from the I be of real help. The Home Society I rttalltr aim enemy bv prtblasad a* IVhruary A, l>. 11120. In default, IhrrMifAvnr a
] needs the money right now, and plead rkhloU the blood. You r.D".o feel Ita Stnmltkmint. fm cnnfnvo will Iw. entered ...'n.t
11 ex-navy men regular.- and reirvea. naval lervice. It 1 III considered bent Instead of putting on another big' in Mil eiirncntneaa for some support iDvUuratlutf. : Cflu L .Print OOo. the maid Johnle Thnmnvon

not ret received a to send) dicharpes or releases by registered drive for the fifty thousand dollarn It It further ordered that Ihli untie he puh.
who have In the Krariford
I and sake that alt contributions be sent ,,11.I..d County Tclr.raph. artewMpai

Victory Button are Invited to write or I mail. Navy recruiting stations I the which twelve must hundred be Bccurcd or more to provide helpless! for, to the Treasurer of The Society Mr i Inrlda.| *>r.pes' .*rarhat.."Starkt, k for. lIve Tfrariford eoniwcutlv eounty -

call at the nearest navy rpcruitinir I are ]located at Jacksonville Tarn I Homelo.-s and Needy little ones that K. V. Coxington, 428 St, James Rldg.Jacksonville :. 1OAD areb IN .WITNESS WHEIinOF, I have hetvuntoi }

,Station for their button. All thut Is'' pa, Orlando and Ocala Fla. will unquestionably come under Us 1'la. If there are thon my hand and airixrd the oral of tlie. Clrc.ilt > -
I to Court on this the B'lth day of 1I..nl......
;y: rare in 1920. The Children's Homo who prefer pay later In the year, 7Dnv A n 11119.

I II Society of TlonJa under the leadership their sub notion, will gladly be re urr w. T. fi-rrKB.'

,I it of Marcus, C. VagK' its State ceivod at this time and can beat paid paw ''SFAI.!': / Clerk) Circuit Court Bradford County Florida.

Superintendent is making an earnest any t. i during 1920. H. CHEws C Tn

I effort to procure the $50,000 by direct -- SEALED TINS ONLY Solicitor for Complainant. 1-S-RUI-RO/

II letters of aprul and through the newspapers "DIAMOND DYE" OLD AT YOUR CDOCCttS OKIIFK FOR Ptini ICATION r]

I of Florida. The campaign I In Olrrult Court. Kl.ltf Florida Klul.lhJudicial :'J
be LIKE Circuit Hradford County in Chan
which wa originally intended to GARMENTS NEW In
.
.- put on this month will net be put on I. MAXWELL HOUSE cery.Klihy: Oorinan.Comiilainant.. /
Any woman can dye faded, "haloloJ''
t I at all if the good people of Florida will ,
wearing whether wool
silk cot
apparel v* I I
COFFEEDAVIS
renpond generously. to this direct ap ton. linen or mired goods to any tenor O. R Oorman

peal Hundreds of dollars in campaign just like new, by following/ ainipln directions tlrfendnt ell
I expeiiHvH will be saved, and the in each 1 package of "Diamond 1> I apiMarlnir., hy affidavit' apprndcd to the
hill
1"I filed in the .1".v..I" came thai O, 19.Uornian. .
time of over a thousand busy men ____ ___ I i-- I the defendant. 1htnln named la a
I the state who I retildilit nf the stale of Florida, and conceal
1 THE UNIVERSAL CAR I and women all over I
No Norms In a Healthy Child I hlmirlf an that proeru of euhnoona cannot heecrvrd
would be obliged to .solicit fund personally upon him and la ovrr the sue of twrntvone .
1'q' ONE HUNDRED PER CENT "PEP"When i, will be saved if the campaign All chlldmnmuhlyd with worm have an uu I yiam : 1I.I I. Ihrrcfore ordered. that ald '
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t".Iby..I" vlu h tutluotiw |twrlilcKMt.mid a I non-rr.tdant. lcfrndant lie and III hereby reillilnd .
i i.* not nei-..s-ar>'i therefore the Home rule, itirrft ,, ni'...rt< or !e.a Muninolt cIlA.urliumx) to appear to the Illor complaint Kind \
your Ford car or your Ford truck dosen'l displav ill i Society hopes that every reader of this GRO"E'S T\< ..rss ulilll TONIC/lI"'n .e/l"I.h! In *a d.l ."... on or hefore Monday. the tnd!
fort.... nr th i iprovr . ". ..kit will rnrhh the Ioil.xl.| | linn lhiof hoary. A. T). 1HSO ollurwlne thealleuatliinii '1
usual quantity quality of "pep"and dash its time rto have article will send in their contribution .
or ttio d li*+ "," unit net a* a OorrnlStrrncilvl".li. 1:l I Agency Est. 1886 of aid bll11I he taken a confreavd -
t repairman who" understands the Ford mechanism give it the I right: now before you forget to Mr rulugluulrtol' < .)'''''In. Nnture Kill Hi. I hy mold defendant. lIt
R. V. Co\ington Tit-usurer 428 Kt. throw ortord" ,, .wotnt ondthe'hlldwl/: I Ii I. In union ordered Hint thl. order he nuhlliihid '1
", over"-th'n male the adjustments rrpnirc- lit .wrfcicl 1 ''ttCRANKLESS i .,'i. "": to'I.k.6(1I''rh.\ n '" once a week for See\ RonMrrutlw weeks
once or
necessary I I James' Hltlg., Jacksonville Plu., and j INSURANCESTARKE In the Hrartloril, County I Trleirraph. a nrwapaier n

i And retnrn it to you full of its time power "|><'P." energy, r.dl| .' help to provide for the home-let, - | Till puhliffhed IVoeniher 1 In ftahl Slut,county IHIft.. and. etiite.

and service. You notice I tHe difference \I I' needy little ones light here in our own I W T. V'FITKB: .
l Mate. a Stall CterkClrcut, Court.
We employ only skilled Ford mC'chanics-men who know II j A. 7. AIKINA.I y
!I 1171 little Om-H Cared IW In 1919 I Solicitor for Comntmnnnu J-2-f.t-l-SO!

. how Ford cars are made and how they should \kept in order Ilil When you Flop to realize what it ,

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to give the most efficient and economical service. And our means to provide carefully selected j NOTICE OF flTO'IUWI.fWIIS IInETtNG
'I Nntlee" I. hrn'l'v yarn| that the rovulfirminimi
boasts 'II family homes hospital care Dental ,-- -- ------- .
Ford - ..
shop equipment a great many specially designed mrt-ttnir of the .I. hoM.T" of the
care industrial training lI"d aid of I. Blair Rank ...
nwt.-r will hold In Itn bun-
tools and time-aaving devices and machinery. In our stock many other kinds to 1171 little ones Southern Folks Testify ins Comma in I.nwtry. I lorldn, on TmwitarJnnunrv .

room is a complete assortment of f our repair parts-genuine Ford III I; in need in one year you wil Ihuve some Lard of It d I .... 10i Inr.>(>, for.t the* v rtiaulnv m" 10 year dart and a

that the their lough original / idea of the wonderful work of the C !t.Innrbmm. <1'1 :"Miuiv. tmtiw" parts- are exactly same as sinewy Children's Home Society of Florida lily Ida 1)6 l.it'r.'s )... I'n.w.nptian| mine* "before tttimi.
in the Ford him .lee of murli, J. c. DVlm.I. !4
car. ENGINE
I and what it means' to our state The' .Jt( .. 1*<>itt>ftt tri tmt. I .\!. t. r".hlp.
For prompt repair work or adjustments, phone or drive to work is Rtato-wido and undenominational '- ;! here .tjikrn it shun ,

and is suported entirely and) WTikh' Is attracting much attention /,- HiiltiiniiK from fniiiInlno NOTKF OF -1'Oe"nOU'F.IIS MFFTIN'Q:
, our garage. Don't risk chances play fair with your Ford car. "t\ troubles
.
only voluntary contributions ofmoney In the mechanical and ncleutlfio Nonce in ticrrhv rlvrn thnt the rMMi1rnnnunl '
Keep it in the fiends of its friends authorized Ford dealers. by world. 'It baa no crankshaft gearsor i. : n bleb had niUMilnm mcrtlnir of tho tnvkhnlrtt of the
to IHMMIIIIO allrundow11nndahrn
\ food and clothing.This ( Hwmi'tnn BtnU Itnnli will IVK held I In Ifn l."nh.
, appeal for funds ia made not dead center. Millions have beenspent f .. lo"rem.| 'In Tfnmrton. fMii. ..n Tii....d.r.ilMiumry .
to overcome this point So .? 1 win uxiiuit" Him / IX. 111"'". nt 7 p. m., to rlrrtlioitrd .
i only to every man, woman and child light In tou trucUon that a &0- .-' middle lifo I J.r! nf d'rrrtnn' for the *t nntl I riff moan und I
Ford in Florida but Is made to every school horsepower may be picked< up with |uiiixl entirely trnniinrt much other ItuNlntw ma may propirlypoint
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Missionary la ;:.ta\ IIWHI| the 'I'ro-. IM f m tlum.
lodge, (church !Sunday; School one baud lllg company; beingformed '
Garage'I y1 ty,.. . ': 'c" H".ip'| ;..,, t<> kt'p" A, A. FUTCII.lt .
the Aruistroug-Uoiloy "
Society, Woman's Club, Young :dot . .r ''' 1- Inn writ, it I IIllV Ceahter.MANTFR'S .
Peoples Society and to every other b! Dglnc Company to manufacture only" llindlrlim, .

1 organization in the state. There is fbla! eneloe.Ut J&lVeonvme, J"1. suit I mini. thru <<
tho change in a.ddndtd lioultli. I run (uglilynwiminiiiul : HAIRVmlir :
no contribution that can be made that PaQtyl0rUi0Oi > '1.'nvunto l'n.nplion1 for and l.y victim nf a Final f>**rn>. nfl1 S,
.iwrli.mtM. made, and. r*>nitiri, .<| liy lion J. TWttU. .
---- -- -- -- -- weak" WCIIIHM critical limn (if life it in Urn lat ttudie11le| '
Mir hi h JmllrlMl Circuit. In and for llradfordCount
WII1Wn"'nmrn VINN.l13 4th Avo. rails,' wherein. tin Flint National hunk of 'j ...,
l Iainrevllle. a ",,"......II..n. was fli.ntplninant.nu .
A Woman's Tonic and NervineAtiinintn. were ilt-f..ndatttii. 1. th. uiidtTmliini-d, an finer' I*I
(!...:"Durum; all! of mv mur- Mauler haw litvli'd and w'll' moll before 1
Essex Sets rind III" 1 have found Dr. fuss l I.uv..ntI'rowriptmn .. the Court how. d,.upon,. In Htarh. Uradford. i'
World's Long to |M> a K|>lfinlul loiuo untltHTvinu. Counl... Fit irlila.. Iwo wren the |i .. I ..... on Ihii vitiirn, nf tn> \'"iiH |I''iniMtratiou on Monday, this /nd dny of Trliruary.IIU'O. .
ala| '?, I lint "ar".1! to Inks the \ the mama briny a Iciral nali. day. to the
: 'I'nwvrgnr.li| (durum the, (hrnt year iit. and brut bid
  • r the followlntf dtwerllvid .tt?
    innrruxl. lili-l) and it ruml, mn' of mv nor nal ....,..*. to-wllt
    """H""'. mind ... Ituilt inn iii| in lumltli tliutrvor Two Amp Ivlnir North and Smith In flmithrnnt r'
    slurs hat Limo I have d.lu| *fitlit t iitou| Corner of lent Ten 110.1.... tho Bmith
    Distance Endurance Mark it to rpntoro mu to u Ixitliir, ruiiilituiii 1 wlioncvor Half (H"X" ,) of lot "''"", <14\\. all In fWtlnnHtvim ..,.
    1 hnvo Imooino weak, iiiirvoim. nntlriiiiilown. <7t. Tnwnnhlp Hcvim (7) Hmiih, ttanir '
    Twrtity ((201 I":nut, the came. to It* void' aa the
    It IIHM f.ult,1 l totrrtiKtlivu
    wvnr onset pntmrty nf 1.. T. Shaw and A. M. Htiaw. hi.wi' .
    .. run and ri'lirv" mn' of the imrvnuHtiviw ... to miHnfy and pay said Final Itoer**. 1.
    unit fuiiHiclnr. It I h<> IMIHI. minimum. Allurney's. lrt*> anil, Cmta..
    , in oho world for WMIWW, who nm week and) Terms ('..h. .
    uilin."-Mild. II. J. Mli.Ll.lt. t 11.1":. A, fl. cnicwnJ .
    I'lullip/ HUBilious: I C. AT>KtNR. Hi.i-clnl Master. '
    Ttimpliilnanfa, fiulleltnr. 14-In-1-Sn
    3038 Miles in 50 Hours Averaging HUDSON Attack and Skk-lleadachei

    'SUPER I AiiKimtii, tin..1:--"Or. 1'irroe'i J'liiniiuiitIVIN'U NOTICK OP BTOfKMOinpllS MFPTIVONfllrn r
    are tom /Ixmt. I linvi ever u...... I la h"*n'ly irlvrn Ihnt the rourulnr. '
    six give thom In nil inoiiilMira of iny tutu. "Iy pod annual. nti'rt. Inir nf II h* leek hnldf. .. .m of the
    60.7 Miles an Hour I 'lJ".I'r them' very It..xl! fur ohuilnui.IMIIIIK Mirndrnrd. County Rank will' IIP held In lie hnntc-

    I ; I'liny to tuk. mod whiln/ lh..y un vi Jnmtnry II. 1050 at 7 ,HO ti. m t > !'"*! n
    I 5c I they> do not moue ilinlniiui. ThrYail ,. and1traniinrl
    . (ward of d rirlora for the onaulnic nr
    , U un ttiu! liver, trios' ll up/ w hun iiluicKiHli.. I aurh other liMHlniwa na may properly'
    . ti hud fur innytiiiitn| hfliiiiiN ntn( "ikH or conic IH.fnrv them
    ': i .k-.I. tint 'I'liiiiHuril. 1'rllrln'. nee J. II. HITCH. JR r
    I cxpwiiillv. ii..". I >r. I I'lortHi'M I'liiHHiuit' IVlli'tii .1.I 1.t.7l. ('..hlo..
    Made 5,870 Miles in 94 Hours I Hhonhim. \" kept. in every luiitin nit a
    faintly iiimli.'iiio."-!M1UJ. W. ..l U. J'A'JCll.:
    1JJJN1I1K: j .w.IU.. - roMMiflmoMJ-trn HAI KIf
    I iit l>y notice IN irlv< n lint umli-r. end )r
    I viii lie .tf Ihnt Cfrtdln .1...... nf. part ll ton Hindu' r -
    22 Minutes Driving Time 1 1I '1C IIF HTI("KIIOI III-IIS MfKTINONnlli'ii undnltr d In tlic Circuit Court In and fnrHrndfnrd ,
    IH hereby |rlv..n that II''.. mauler, an- 1 ('0111,1''Y. I Inrldn. In ,*..n..v. on Owlet
    heal) mi..tinir of the .'u.rkhtdrr. uf the llMnlcif } ilnv nf O i..,Inhrr.. A. II 111111.t In favor ofAlv
    HlKrkv will |I..> held. In .III ......khUt| room In I Al.rmnth', widow' (Y .1. 11 hrrn..*iv find ,
    lMrko... rinrliln.. ,. on '.'.....d.v. jMnimrr In. IY211. Riiwtm: Almrrmthy, a minor l>y litii neat
    All that 20,000 owners have claimed (for Essex endurance is proved in the official tests .t 7:10 |'. m.. to .1..1. s Umrd uf rilrwclrini I friend' Ah. ,Itertmthy, nomplnlnnntN, midmrntn i
    lea Ih. fnHiiinK year unit tr.n.ntfl arch ether * under American Automobile Association observation the Cincinnati .....111... .. nmy, p..mi IH.r.tr.. them I FMdt: AltcrnnMiy., find. Hi. .ntr. Alter* 4
    Speed-
    completed on 1.11.tt. {:.:O. C.: WIIITK, (:wider. nnllty. .. ...mtnnlN, thf "nI..I"n..d MM cite.
    -- tnlftitlimt.m, will ofti r and ,,'l 11| (it' ford of the
    December 12. It the first official test made of driven at speedfor H'Hith Ikiiir. of the CnurthniiHv In ftarh o. .',,,,-
    way was ever a car top HAIR tiv KdAii ANn IIKIIHK IIONIIHlli I I hln, ilnrlnif, the ltpnl Imim nf rnl on Mon
    fifty hours. in.. Tuiwliiy that llltli lay of l-i'liriifiry. the Idrhat and h i bidder for r.iti In bund
    \I2II. Ht I ho niiinly roll h.....** In Stark. '.thn ftillitwinif, 4l-i 't"ed proton. >v. .11"... d mid
    i t'loriln, tliu unili. >r..lriitf l will ulTur( for ... lylnir In Mrndfd' t'unrtlr' t'lnrldn,' In-wltt +'
    The Essex was put on the speedway to identical with every Essex built.Doesn't I linn,MHO)' .mi' I pur vulim of the' innii.nnii.nn of Ihn' North ll'ilf "f Nnrthrivt heeler and
    ( hind. to 1o iHfiiif'd hy BiMlttl| It'iHfl and Rridu.tout Not"heal Qua rler, of Non iuaal. Oonrtrr .ndNorthwiNt
    prove its reliability in fifty-hour test. .lr,rt Number (Inn of llrkdronl. County: CMnrU r of ftnuthwiHk Jtmt t tT nndH'Ttt.m
    At the end of 27 hours 58 minutes and It Settle the Florida. nulhorlwol tiy. Chapter: 1IHMI. as nmcmlril )Intd hm.tnn..rr nf "",,'hw..1 Quarter fIr
    .Icy Chapter, 7VUI 1..w. of Klorlilu. unit InKreonlnnci t\. 't'ownnhlfi 7 Hmith |(nnir. r.I T'u..t.piintftlnlttif .
    in the 1790th!) mile rain and sleet forced a Light Car Question with, lh.. ......llIlIo... nf the Itimrd Pill Mrr.. mom or I.... A Inn tlmRf.uthwrnt
    of llonil. TrtititMi of the imlil. illntrlnt. uilnil' | *' stop. A second\ start was made three days ?, Ath. 1UJO. 'I 'ii-it Miilf of Nttiithinitt: Qimrtir of Bertlnn SI.
    later but snow again ended the trial. This' Light weight in an automobile has The aid. hunilN. are to IM ilntpil. July lit Township' 7 Pnulh, Unntru 21 Knut: cntttnttiirtfI
    1HIU uli'l will lot Imui'il 'In twi-nlynilirlil (Ca' : .. I.... A IHO lout Hmlli'nntUunrtcr
    and I acre auto or
    meant moderate price
    time the run lasted 16( hours 25 minutes and principally per- I .....lfW. the ftriit penis I.. hI.'"'. July Isle of HIM,thw..t thmrtor and! Wit llnlfnf ,
    gasoline and tire There 11122. pod. inch HiirroiMlmv' ...r"'. to innliir ,
    haps economy. was Hniitlicn't Qimctrr and Northnut covered 1042 miles. The third run starting;
    . 'i I
    .
    ., which
    .n. y l later thnn the '.1. imtiwli' Cjunrirr' "f flicllon/ 23. To viMn 7
    the following; day was successful' the fifty- enough speed and power to get about but It that" In I.ay. Nrl<<. A will mat, .,. July finiith hares HI Farr: enntnlnlni' I 1M *...+., '+
    none that gave distinction, on the road. Fineness late 1II2II. H.Ti.'H II I will ..,.1..,. July I. 1U2: ninrt. or d.. A INK I ho Fast: hn'timttT
    hour period being completed. soil Tli bonds to tut ifTi.riMl fur sale)
    mn eta nf I'':not Iliilf of Hf.ulh.'itNt OiiMrlrr nf HirtlnnVH.
    is and performance were not expected. MM afort'HHld will tic fin follows. TownnMi'( 7 H.nith. IUnw 21 *;.Ht. .onhilnlntr .
    Thus the proof of Essex endurance Hut the Essex brought fine 'H ""11.00 rnrh of Hines A. II, C, II. F:. .K, HU arms, more ortmrn. Al.o the
    even greater than that expressed' in the 50- car qualityhour a, hr. 1 i. J. K, 1.. M, N, o. !I'. u. it. H. T. Nortliwif-it Oimrtrr (if HiMilltt' iKt Qtin pier ofrkrilmi
    to the !light I car field. Its appearance gave it And IH 000.(HI ....It of II. V, W. X, V. /, HI. TnwnNhfn 7 ffe'uih. sense VI K:."t.
    run. Think what that means. The average AX and MX. rnntnlnfoif' ...r... more or !I. ... Alan 11,.
    is driven little than 5,000 immediate distinction. Its performance placed The Htolil iHiniU lo h >iir lnti>mt. Nt A err Nnrihwi'di Qimrli of NorthiM Qunrtrr and
    car more l it in the large costly car class. Only in ,,'nt. |I.>r annum pnyiililii .f ml-minimlly In New IN'j OJ' NW jimrtcr north, of rlvrr *.f 8t miles in the entire season. Hut this Block York or nt the ofTlcf of low Mimrd. of lltinilTrunt I'dwnnhlp 7 Mmith.. llama VI D.: ..!. ronHlnlntr 1
    mile min size! cost and economy of gasoline, oil and "", .hi Stark, rliirliln. KM the holih'mnmy ( HO acres, man or |I.<*.. Also the ri
    Essex chassis went than a a
    more tires it compared to in the moderate
    was care
    ute for 5,870 miles. : All hlilH nhall IMI In wrltinic. ended. and unconditional. Iliilf of Northwest QnnrU-r of HoiitliiHHl. quay
    price field. and. may INI for all In* 'Words, now tavr of aH..rtU.fi 87 Tow OH hip 7 South ltnnf ".
    More Than You will hared nr any part there..?. not I... than I10. | Ktut: onoiMlnlntr 1'tO area' ..,..,. tr I h.MI.
    Is it wonder that motorists have
    any mill.l0| and ahall li., aeromrmriltd liy M en rib Abe the fiillnwlnir, flmerllifd rntM. >rty Ivlrtvnnd
    praised the Essex as' they have ? It gave ftrd chuck for R ,*.. rent of th. par value of tN.Iriir In the <'......tv of. Alnchuu mid. Slate
    Ever want the bond hlil, forSuld of lorldn. . .lo-wlt : 'I'hn ftiui,henut. t/nnrt
    1 them just what they wanted. It was the II iMindn" to h. dillvrrf In thu |iurehaM>r of NnrthdiNt" Junrtcr of H.-rtUm flV. TowoHhip.

    Your average driving speed is probably way by which they could keep their motoring .. mmn an they ran .tie printed. 7 Htulii.haue' / 21 KM: .t, rontnln'ni' 40 ." run,
    The r itht tf> relict any or ail hlilH hfrchyIN riinrc or I'1"* AtM> *hv Watt half of F'uMtllulf :
    25: miles an hour. You rarely maintain that costs down and still have a car that filled I rvnvrvnt. and. W.Mt half Mouth of rice of
    IIO4ICII OF' HONP 1II1I1'ff:1I' : : f-U-rtliin If, lowntihip 7 Hcmth, lUmiv Kl/ Kut: ,
    speed for more than an hour or two. Still if their demands in performance appearance Hilt Hf-KCfAI.; KOAIIHIIIIKIK ANI I contnlrilfiif. .. 400 term, mow or |1.*.M.
    your car should go through the season with and endurance. nis'iitrrr/ NO CINK:, J. M. ArVAKp/;
    KKAIlrOKI (:'IHNTY.IKA. rl.Ult- .,. W. 1INm/l'WH.: JR.,
    wouldn't be Ii I
    that kind of .
    performance you
    H, A. WM'KH: :
    pleased ? So Make Sure You Can 1hr.. A. MArriFKWS.l9.Gt.2H ()""'ml..I.."...
    l Chairman A. V I.ONO.bmplai0ant.
    How much more trying to every item of Get an Essex I ( Sulirilur. l-X-Ct-l-SO.

    its mechanism were every one of those high NOTK

    speed miles than any demand you will make. Every Essex delivered has resulted in I Nulls In henhy irlvcn th.t.1.1 flay from .MA8KICH. : MAIN
    Nutlet !I. tii n hy irlvrn shut under and t I.yvlrtnw
    its endurance an increased' demand. The purchases' "II.. 1..11. on the IIMh day uf IVhrtiary. A. ......,
    Almost as astounding as grew II. IDSi'l. I will prnonl In the Cniinly; Ju.li/ ( f that certain fitful of forty I
    .......".. ina.lw and r*>ndf. .r'd. iH-'pomWr' Itfth
    The front wheel tires to more than thirty-five million dollars with 1 of Hradford County Morlda. my final an
    its tire experience.
    II .
    was 'lt Judtia
    ruilnM and mocha* of th_ valiitw of J, M 'III.| Ity Honornhln J. T. Will. of this
    went through all three trials without change. in eleven months. Its 20,000 owners are add : rutrh, ilfiifiuwil and aniily" for the af>i roval I F.liihlh' Ju.liPli.1" C: rnult of |lrairtird C Minty.Morltlit. .
    to the demand that \ill' rolling for next of same and for my final dlHchancv ma such '. .. In CtiariPftry, in favor nf K: W. Flay**.
    ) because of dam- ing up
    Two rear tires were replaced aHm',filnlrator, nomplalnant. and acalniit N () Iluy.. drfc.d-
    done by splinters from the board surface r-pring deliveries. We are already booking hated, tow loth day of DMitrnhiir. A. Dmill. ". ant the undi'mlirnfd. special' ina't.>r will nffrfor
    age male' In front. of thr onus hmtN. Anna atHtnrl
    ed track. them. There is no possibility' that all buyers H. J. PUTCII. I , flurNIi,. durlnir. the lyttl' houra of. axle!

    Application was made last April to con- can be served. Now is the time when you Administrate derraxd of lh. ryilnl. of 1219BlZU J. M Fulth, on this Monilay follfiwlnic. the Jfcritred Und tiny Iwrrmai| of February. pn.pr'ny, Ht.tlv, to-

    duct stock reliability tests under the Assoshould make reservation. This latest' proof wit' ; .
    Twnnty-llv. ha l of iitoelc cattle and. the r
    1
    ciation rules. Since then close to 15,000 cars will decide thousands who have waited for NOTICK TO Af'f'Ia": Into..... marked awallowforli und..rhl( In on.
    have been delivered and the Essex used in just such evidence that the Essex is I as good In Circuit, t."..... Kmilfortl County: Flnrltl ear, and und. r HIM no. re In th. other ear l-n ,..
    Minnie l.r* ThfrmpfionCumfilatnant. one yrny mare I Dram .old named. 'Nellleone :
    this test ia officially vouched for as being as people have said it was. j 1.1... hey horn. H years old', nand) "C'har .
    v. \ ;'* has. near or broil' on neck without requlrlnir "
    J film I** Thompson l the rattle! to be h..rd<.d ..r ".,hotv".
    I P"h.n', but weld. ,I on tlurantr*.
    III LL OR IilVOIir I KVKRETT: : ': M. JOHMR!.
    SMITH'S GARAGE I.,.. 1-cn rhown by BnidiivU that thiUf .. J K; ("Cm'II. 8p**,iial M".'.,. ,
    "mlHnt', Jnhnl '1'boTnp.win IK a cttlifn of (Ctimr-lalrmnt': Solicitor2fitflO., ,
    I th* Httt*. of f'I... "n, hut that hi. whrv.faniitiiIn '
    - -
    unknown and that the HrfctKlant In over the I-,
    STARKE FLORIDA ntf. of f"prty.nm "....... and hut then !I. no, I 'IIOt: .eaaorninnlia5.9AOA1)'M. : : TT
    I.I I. ran ha had. in blnrf nM' dffnHint. .'11..11I11. .181'1".1.8AftCr.7Ct0aatellVXY'1y :
    IT 18 1IIKKKIORIC; ortlfmd, .on.lflt>r* Q lMHnlMIlfmmmmmmawmm; O> BgxstnBffljfflfflaanMaCTflaamMaffla m itDOiID QIDRIO/SC mmIDlDIIN>>QII a **...*..'" that old defendant. "..hnl. Thumdrwnff esuanpul pus tSl"O oaaa::' TLS:

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    PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY rELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 16. 1920

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    Bradford of the Methodist church. ed together each day soon made the I CLAY HILL I We are sorry to report Prof. Hayes

    County Telegraph Sextette. -"The Nation It Going base for a good brew. Day by day -' on the sick list this week.

    -' -.--- ----- Dry." this would be allowed to sour and 1 Clay Hill, Jan. 16.-L. W. Wilkinson C. II. Newsom was attending to
    -; Chorus "A Saloonless Nation in1920"Choir brew and and until it began Jacksonville business in Brooker Wednesday.
    fablifhcd Weekly, and entered' ,* dec- cook spew, made a business trip to -
    Farrell sister
    to show the richest signs of the Thursday.W. Mrs W. W. and Cecil
    wad) ciao matter al. the po t-offirr ..1Starlre. (I Andrcu were shopping in Brooker
    ,
    Chorus, "Sound the Jubilee"-Cboir. real boot legger whiskey, and samples IL W. Carter, of Belmore, spent
    Florida. then taken and these were Tuesday afternoon.
    c = --==- -- _-o.-ch 7 I RELIC FROM IleSOTO'S TIMEJ. pronounced were about perfect. Of course Monday and Tuesday with his parents, Dr. G. II. Carefoot was a profes
    b I I Mr. and Mrs. E II- Carter.
    E. R. MATTHEWS Editor and OW rr. there wasn't much of the article, butit I 11. B. Hudson made business tripto sional caller here Wednesday night.
    J. C. ROBINSON Auociatc Editor T. Quigley: who in an enthusiastic was enough to keep the boys in Jacksonville Monday.a I Little Bernice Newsom was on the

    collector of curiosities and antiques, I||trim for.a while each day. I of Jacksonville sick list last week. ,
    Mrs Carrie
    bus lately acquired what is probably Starling, Mrs. B. Shaw and daughter, Elms,
    I'RIVILEGCS AND DUTIES the oldest antiquity In the state. It is spending a few days with of Brooker, were the guests of Mrs. I
    Johnny Stokes, aged fifteen ,
    years relatives in this community.
    is of found four miles Wednesday afternoon.
    a piece copper N. G. Hayes
    i had last Friday after
    k+ Greater production in all lines of north of Tallahassee, on Live Oak an experience Mrs. Hcssie Adams and children, of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Newsom and
    endeavor IB the The Grove this noon which he is not likely to soon Rideout, arrived Saturday to spend a the week-end
    gi tlogan now. prices plantation. On place many family spent visiting
    forget lie had accompanied the driver few days! with her parents, Mr. and
    of nccpXBitie cannot be lowered evident have been found of DeSoto's j' relatives at Hampton
    of the Chero-Cola Dodge truck,
    |
    .Mrs. E. II. Carter and family.
    j much, no matter how we harass the occupation in the 16th century, as old .
    T. B. Fuller to Southport, and on
    profiteers, before,thl'rB is a sufficiency battle axes, crossbows, 'spear heads, I Mrs. Nancy Perry returned home ZIFF
    their return the ferry, before the
    of products in the market. First of shovel stirrups, coins, etc., have been 'I on Tuesday after. spending a couple of. -
    necessaries come the products of the found in washed places on the hill boat had landed at the Lynn Haven 'thePirate days with relatives in Starke. 7iff, Jan. 1C.-We are sorry to report -

    i furrier. For that reason greater pro sides. At that time copper was used dock, Johnnie who was alone in the Messrs. Barney and Richard Lang Mrs. Arthur Minton very ill with

    duction by him has been urged for for many purposes where iron is now car at the time, thought he would motored to this section Sunday after- typhoid at this writing.L. .

    ;' years by the national and state gov.A applied. have all in readiness to make a quick Sh! What would happen A. Fowler has purchased a Ford
    ernments and to help him national getaway as soon as the boat had noon.Messrs.
    I' to me if I were your kid? Horace Raiford and Curtis truck.
    and state departments of agriculture BOOKS ANn MAGAZINES FOIl landed So he pressed upon the self Polk of Fort Meade
    Well,if you're not acquainted' Starling visited friends in Maxville Mrs. L. D. was
    have been established, also free agricultural TilE STATE I"Altl\l starter, and when the engine startedit with Calumet Bakings you M Sunday called) to the bedside of her sister,

    courses at state universities, I was In reverse gear. Quicker thanit don't know what a good excuse Mrs. Arthur Minton, last week.
    as well as experiment station, loan Those persons who have magazinesand can be told, the truck made a lunge I have / Can't Help ,, Jesse! Thomas, of Belmore, spent
    Saturday;; and Sunday with Mr. and : Charlie McKinney and son, Ray, of
    backward and into six feet Helping Myscff-they're so
    :privileges, plant boards, hog choleraJlrevC"ntcn books on hand for which they have plunged
    t of water, leaving the front trucks r.n. good I Good for me too, because Mrs. S. J. Starling i New River, were in our burg Sunday
    ,e fertilizer inspectors!!, county no further use should send them to ,
    Calumet Bakings are Messrs. G. M., B. D. and L. M. Car- afternoon.
    agents, county demonstrators etc. :Mrs: J. M. Alvarez and she will see : the ferry. Later the whole truc'i wholesome and easily digested. ter were visitors to Rideout Fridaynight I Misses Alphle Hodges! nnd sister'

    Much help has been given the farm they are .supplied to the inmates of dropped into the Bay and it roquin Millions of mothers use Minnie and Iva, of New River, spent
    ers by the newspapers, which devote the State Farm at Raiford. Reading : a span of mules and the pressing i1! I with their
    aunt
    week Mrs
    CALUMETBAKING Mell' r8. Lenzy end Albert Osteen' first of the ,
    ample space for their benefit. The matter is always wanted at this farm to cervice six blocks and tackle and a '
    and Mack Carter of Maxville II. O. Rivers.
    farmers, therefore form a privileged and it takes an extra large quantityto other help to pull the truck out o' near and Have
    ittended the at Mr. Mofeleys Ituh-cll Pnrrlfh Greene
    claim in a country where it is popularly I supply the number there. Contribution the water, which was rout accomplished POWDER party Sunday.
    burg
    in
    Monday night our !
    believed there aro no privileged of this kind are deeply appre until early Saturday morninr, becauseof its purity-because were
    Miss Carrie returned home Miss Edna Baxter spent tho weeV
    'I' it always Rivet bent n'ju'-i and U Starling
    classesMen of no other calling get I elated some fifteen hours having been consumed "
    1 economical in c tandu.: frnday evening after spending a end nt Brooker with her parr ttv.
    cry help! from the government but -- in the rescue work. Johnn: Calumet clMttainf onJ* await "
    week Glen with friendsnd and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and children )
    at St. Mr.
    fnjrr.e/i.nM Aat' intcn Mary
    a* ape
    most, find their own solution of their OLD !MARKS CAUlS; CKKOUS IN Stokes got a thorough ducking, fan- rrovfd officially tr fha U. S. relatives I spent Saturday and Sunday nt
    li rroblcms. While manufactured goods Was soon rescued from his peiilou ood Authors,..,
    HANDLING FREIGHT Mr. with their daughter Mrs. J
    :Mrs.
    have rincn onthe average 100 per rent predicament. IOU save who van bow II and D. C. Moseley were Midway
    m'f in cost since 1914, farm ,products v on says when you sae if.IIGl6S iMtors to Highland Saturday. O. Dmnf on. ,
    One of the most Hnrdie Lunnie Mrs. ])Qrhlo Prescott nvl B'r)'
    r have 300 cent the frequent cases of I [ f- wwJMtMtvs and. Padgett were
    + pone ,
    up per yet
    farmers have nat-opt'JJy-bel'fl) called freight going astray is that agents Harold Wall and Allan Canovii I Business visitors to Highland Sntur- Mrs. Amnrine Ginn and children! >f
    receive from consignors package with' spent last weekend in Ocala. lay. Fort Mende, were called) to th. 1)(' !1.
    profiteers,
    even though they, unlike -
    marks them 0-- their sister Mrs. Arthur MM', ,'
    others, do not have to buy the sold on fully as prominent --- of i
    the now. The importance of removing , BRADFORD last week.
    mot costly Hem of all, farm produce. I las '
    Enjoying all thene privileges' the : all old marks from containers Levy Prrsoott made n bu i'ic '' l I'

    farmer owes it to the rest of the people I before offering freight for shipment Bradford, Jan. 16C. A. Boyd was to Waldo Saturday '
    > to do his port toward greater production should be i upon nil consignors : I rod 'ho guest of his daughter, Mrs. T. L. Mr. and Mrs. DaVe SM-v

    of foodstuffs. He should di i and when proper attention is I I ; '.Vill's.' Friday. daughter, Levine, of LnCro ',

    l fall days' work, plant, fertilize and 'not given to this feature agents should i j I Ruth Newsom. was in Worthington; the week-end here with t1 1 1. '

    M cultivate his crops inlellIjrcntlv. Lost I refuse to accept curb freight for II I Monday parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. 0 I rSTERNBERG'S ::'
    fields I riage until it is put in such .nr-I; yle.lt\ !ruN,'tv
    ruined
    year many were by water -
    I'I"* to remove nil pos,-ihility of doubtn
    ; when a little foresight and work r.

    i could! have prevented it. 'Many hogs to the._identity.! .of the consgncv.U. !. Gotd. I c 'I,I R

    were lost from cholera, which could ','
    9 D. C. MEETS WITH MRS. HAM-
    have boon forestalled by scrum inocu
    lation. Mrniy cattle died from star- RICK Horseshoes i ihttd1 eIIIGIiLAND ..Y

    d: vallMi! and exposure, when a little
    y f.oIlnlr and sheltering would have The January meeting of the W. T.
    Week Chapter U. D. C. held I
    nullified this;!' loss. Then the farmers was
    .
    Expense: M not cffickncy.Don't ; -- ------ --
    have It in their own power to exterminate with lofr!!. Sarah L. JInnirlck. :Mrs
    v ' the cotton boll weevil pest by letting I.. A Puvlg presided and the Chap- pay for gold horsethoes

    cotton .ercly alone t"r transacted business relating) to the when you buy your printing. Price Store :
    "Iantinl8e present year's work. Committees wctpappointed i Hi"liijirH! :!, Ja-i !(..-F. A. Sanders I Cut
    m' for a year or two. The world needs Sensible! printing on sensible
    left Friday for Fornandinn where In.1
    I in the different department -,
    cotton, find the farmers owe it to pcper-liammcrmill Bond
    them'elves, nnd nil others to stamp I nnd arrangements made for public -will eave and has accented a position in the Sea- ..
    i exorcises in honor of Robert K. Lee'Kbrithday. you money board offices.
    out thin evil so that the growing of
    result for
    get you. R. L. L'lack, of Gainesville, was abu I
    4y t this staple may bo resumed
    successfully -
    That is the kind of work !inc s visitor here Saturday.Mr. A few Specials for Saturday
    .
    lie who plants cotton this year The ,February meeting will b*! held we
    does it out of a pure spirit of gambling at the residence of Mrs. W. J. Ep- do and the kind of paperwe and Mrs L. II. Hill and Miss

    ; but he has no right to throw poison.' At the close of the business use. I Wilma Blanchnrd, of Lawtey, were and Monday
    vistoin here
    .
    away his work, which the public has session, Mrs. Itamrick served delicious Sunday.J.
    a right to expect to be productive, and home-made candies. Use fore PrintedSalcsmansnlp. R. L. Kell'r of Mulberry, arrived

    he bus no right: to jeopardize the cot The U, D. C. officers for the present Ask ns night Thursday operator.W. ieve Mr. Sanders as Outing Flannel 19c I

    ton Industry by neglecting to stamp year are as follows: Mrs. L. A. Davis, M.
    out the boll weevil. president; Mrs. W. J. Epperson, secretary business Monday.Wimberly was in Waldo on Checked Honespun 19c }

    'ryl + The farmers, as the Telegraph has ; Mrs W. E. Davis, treasurer; PolitiC l AIHiCUI'' em :i.ls Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Starling moved .

    indicated, form a privileged: class of Mrs J. M. Alvarez historian. here from Jacksonville Saturday and : Apron Gingham 23 l-2c
    11 citizens, and the nature of their calling -- -'. FOR TAX COLIECTORI i will i
    :4 A still in Polk hereby announce myself a candidate for reside on the Bennett farm, south I
    requires that they should have the county jail, right under -
    the 1m Collector of Bradford CountyenlJrct af here. Union Made Overalls
    privileges mentioned. But privileges! : the high sheriffs nose, is told as Cl: the dumncratic primary> to be h"II $2.25''
    Jun 8. 1020. I prom:I.. if elected to give. the Miss Martha Wilkinson, Mes tr the latent in official circles |
    are always coupled with duties. The at the
    .. 1
    y off c my time and the people my ervicv*. Andrew and Wesley Wilkinson Work Shirts
    farmers should do all they can to earn county seat But the still was only' My tim a* an officer atandi KB an opt-n b.oi went 98c {
    ; the care paternal governments bestow a miniature affair, and was accidentally for thf InnfMtction of the twopla l of thin county to Glen St. Mary Sunday to visit relatives .
    .
    and 1 auk you! all for your! Rui>port ItuH.ct| for a few days.C ,
    upon them, for these privileges are discovered by Sheriff Logan and fully! HubmitUtd. II. M. DOWL1NG. M. Click, of Jacksonville Dress Shirts $2.50 value $1.95 .
    conferred for the good of all the ' captured without any trouble or resistance. was a

    people .
    t take this method of announcing to the cl! bu in<>R8 visitor Friday.J. .
    ] and paid for by them. The farm. It. appears that some of the lams of Bradford County! that I urn a eamlU
    F. Butler
    boarders ditto for the office of tax collector, aub- of Starke, was transacting -
    county
    ers have a very important charge! toe with the sheriff hove beenin
    trot to the will of the voter at the business here Monday and Millinery at 1-2
    keep and they should not prove them. the habit of saving the "leaving" d W eclvo unfaithful stewards I from the meals, and this being crap.I K, ItJO) and rvujMJOtfully ruder you to comln"//Tuesday.
    oat! MM deputy. tux collector the iiiut: Mr. Pickett, of Starke, was a visitor Blankets and Comforts
    ,
    My to the
    I prom people b tl.U If you here
    + I'KOGItAM elect me T will f."Ihrulldltcha.! ..... the dutiea Monday.Mrs. .
    f FARMER BROWNThe of the office to the beet of my ability!, wdhprompt II. C. Wimberly and Miss Ethel -
    ---- courteous treatment to all. I will ni>-
    plvciHte' vote. E. W. IIAYK9. I' Ricks were shopping in Jacksonville
    !
    KflU Teachers' Butler your ,
    Institute at Lake on You
    Thursday. can save money by buying
    January 3Int. time for breaking land has arrived FOR COUNTY JUDGE T. T. Blackburn visitor to 1
    i 4 1 am a candidate for county judae of Brad I was a and all the farmers are getting ford county and hereby! announce my! eandidncy Jacksonville Monday j at this store
    Crusade and Practical in the commv. primary, June H. 1U20 '
    The Health bURY, and we are getting in a full Raving. lived In the county! all of my!, life and Messrs. J. H. Grettan and J. L.I
    k Health T"II'hing-Mrll. Rivers, of line of Plows Genuine Stark Dixie, curved ft In a pulillo way! fur several year. I Hillman were visitors to Baldwin
    Luke 11 tier. feel\ that I can vlftclontly perform the dutiew
    u $fi.PO; Avery Cricket Steel Beam, Monday.
    of said office. I .11." the support of all
    Teaching ratrtotism in Primary $10.60; Britiley Wood Beam, $6.75; democratic voter* and If elt-ct\ d promUe faithful -
    Steel Beam and coMclcntloiM aervfeca. K. A. GREEN: : -- ----- --- -
    t Grades Eva Williams, of Hampton. Bnnley $9.oO/ ; Brinley --

    Discussion by primary teachers of Red Bud Steel Beam 8 inch, $13.75;

    ;, Lake Butler Two Horse/ !Mix Land, 10 inch Steel w"+: 3 f I

    Teaching Current Events-Jesse Bourn, Brinley, $23.60.: Also have the 1
    Ogden of Graham. Wm. J. Oliver Plows and all kindsof r 1

    , % 4- Hints on J lImanMhlp-.1\Ir. Diggs. small Plows, Cultivators and a big Fishermen Attention

    Humane Education in our Public I line of Hoes. + It Helps: +
    Schools-Prof. Gee Holland A big lino of Wire Fence, 10 rod

    ,c School nrportl-Supt. E. R. Pope Chicken and Rabbit Fence, $9.00; !20 There can be no doubt

    pell.How rod 12 inch stay Field Fence, $12.50; 85 to the merit of Cardui, I PRIZE CONTEST
    to !Make School Work AH rue- 40 rod, $25.00; 20 rodI/ inch, combination the woman's tonic, in I

    It tivo-Mrs. Bessie McGruder. $13.50; 40 rod, $27.00. the treatment of many

    fat' Tho Necessity of Retiring Teachers 80! rod roll of barbed wire, $6.50. troubles "peculiar to
    on a Salary-R. A. Green. We have the Lott Fence Stretchers\ at + women. The thousands 4.- I For The
    of who have been
    ' The teachers will please note the 1000. women
    helped by Cardui in the
    date of this meeting and endeavor to lIe sociable-buy one for yourself past 40 years, is conclu-

    he J present, as much good is derived and lend it to your neighbors.Say sive proof that it Is a LARGEST BLACK BASS CAUGHT1st
    from it. it la timo for another application good medicine for women
    i II. B. WIGGINS. of Carbon di-sulphidc. We have who suffer. It should

    -----. it nt $:.:!5 per gallon. I help you, too.

    ? MRS. LiLLiAN B. PIT WON SPOKE We have Corn Shelters at $3.00. + TakeCARDUL Prize $10.00 Selection of Fishing Tackle

    SUNDAY EVENING Our Galvanized 1 1.4 in Well Pip. I j

    ing Is 28c per foot and No. 2 Pitch.

    Last Sunday evening at the Mctho- er Pumps, $3.00; 2 inch Galvanized 2nd Prize $5.00 Selection of Fishing Tackle

    lint t'hllrchfrs.! Lillian B. Fulton, Pipe for deep well, 40- per foot, and
    pt
    '
    national. C. T. U. speaker, addreMd can get you any kind of force or I I We
    ed the people of Starke. A large: audience power pump you want. will keep a list of entries posted in our
    ..
    ;' I. .. greeted this gifted speaker! and And don't forget we have !Mowing I I

    I everyone was delighted with her Machines Rakes, Harrows, Cultivators window.All .

    charming yet forceful way of presenting and VVeedcrs. You will need them 33 The Wom n's Tonic +
    alt her truths to the public.. In soon. We' have Eight new Stoves and

    making an appeal for new members, Ranges in the depot now. Mrs. N. I C. Vartier, of bass entered must be brought to'our

    liA''t'' Mrs Fulton said that nn one must We have or will get anything in our Hixson, Tenn., writes

    think that the work of the W. C. T. line Occasionally we have calls for I "I was passing, throughthe I store and weighed. Date time of

    U. was ended because we now have things out of our line Recently a . My back and name

    National prohibition, for as long as' young fellow came in to buy a Neck. sides were tcrr.ble: and Lake and kind of tackle used

    : the world stood there would be work tie. Guess he was going to get! man + suficriniT I can't,tell indescribamybie. hoW'and must be given -
    Just
    for the various departments of the tied and was" a little excited -or hada where 1 with
    hurt about Contest
    union An offering of $211 was made' little too much shine on, but we directed all over, I Iwink: . I entry. closes May 1st, 1920
    > for the work of the local union. : him to our friends who han I berati, Cr.rul! and ny

    Just before !Mrs.! Fulton's nttdr'via die notions. Capt. IVWitt C. Jones pains New less and less

    t the choir!! of tho various churches Is organizing a National Guard here I I I until I was cured I am

    Tendered' the following numbers: and we are glad] to note FarmerBrown's + woman remarkably 04 strong; of for a QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
    years use-:
    Orchestra selection. two m
    \ sons are on the list of I do all my' housework.:
    I. Hymn No. 9-Congregation.Praver applicants and hope all the farmer | Cardui, today, &-70
    4 -Rev. W. II. Edwards, : of boys will come in.DeWITT. lL'l'Q' IIf Sporting Goods

    n \, the Pre bytprlan church. C JONES I I : Ja'l

    r ,\yr Scripture Reading-Rev.J. C. Diggs HARDWARE STORE
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    FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 1920 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PACE FIVE

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    Mrs. Blanche W. Will., of Mont-

    gomery. Alia., who has been on an SPECIAL FEATURES TONIGHT JANUARY 16
    ,
    extended visit to her mother Mrs. F.

    Bits of LocalInformation D. Wainright, of this city, left yesterday FEBRUARY
    for Dayton, Ohio to join her THE; EYES OF THE WOULD MARY PICKFORD

    son, Jvrre Francis Wills, to make Running. Jacksonville This \Vefk. '
    in "STELLA MARIS"SATURDAY
    : 1 i their future home. Young Wills, whois FEIIRITAUV ,

    in the aviation branch of service, U. W. CRITFITH riiODUCTIONHKOKEN ) JAN. 17 -
    U. S.A. stationed at
    was formerly ; 15LOSSOMS
    c-_ry Omv P-.,.. *".'''.,.. e.rd Taylor Field, Montgomery, Ala., but CONSTANCE TALMADGE I In lhe Studio I Girt" )
    ..." ...t'. .*. C..y" ..d r._ I'I'r. was recently transferred to Wilbur MARCH 11
    Also 9th of SMASHING BARRIERS
    Wright Field, Dayton lie is a former DOUGLASS! rAIUIIANKSWHEN ( Episode t TR.
    I
    THE CLOUDS ROLL BY
    -'" Starke boy and has many friends TUESDAY. JAN. 20th
    --- - --- -- here who will be interested to know MARCH 25DOUGLASS

    Seed oats at Kicklitcr's. James Kite. Mr. Amborson i iA fxprctcd that he is learning to be a "flyer." PAIltllANKS GLADYS LESLIE, in "The Grey Towers My tery" ?

    to join them next week. Mrs. Wills will be joined in Cincinnati HIS MAJESTY THE AMERICAN! THURSDAY JAN. 22. n
    Seed Irish potatoes at Bryan. -IitfJ. by her friend, Miss Clarissa Williams
    Sugar 20c lb at Bryan's. 116tf.W. of Parkersburg. Va., who :MARY MILES MINTEKANM From The Manger to The Cross '
    : -: OK GREEN GABLES
    M. Truby was in Jacksonville will accompany her to Dayton to make I
    Wednesday. E. Wainwright, of Midway, was her home. CONSTANCE BINNEThe greatest story of the life of Chriat. Cast of forty noted player.

    W. G. Seals, of Jacksonville, was in in visiting this section relatives.Saturday Mr. and\Valnwrijhtdrove Sunday GAIETIIEA1'Ito:;: GIVES COM-! I EnS'1'WIIII.I: ALICE BRADY: SUSAN: GAIETY THEATRE .

    EUrke Tuesday. a beautiful horse which was 1'UMr.NTAKV TICKETSAll THK: FEAR: MAKKKT 1 1lj
    much admired. f -
    f
    A. G. Dynl, of Jacksonville, was in pupils of the Bradford High . '...
    Starke -- -- ------ - --- --------
    Monday.O. Mrs. E. W. Stewart and little daughter School whose names appeared on the ; .;;;;;:
    ocaoilonoi; : OIIOC: t01 0-
    Louise, returned Tuesday from November honor roll, have each been have their regular meeting at the 0
    Haynes of Hampton, was in Live Oak, where they spent u week given a free ticket to the movies at court house in Starko on Monday, the o 14W
    town Monday. with Mrs. Stewart's parents Rev end the Gaiety Theatre This courtesy 10th In+t. An many members who o D e' %! ;
    Mrs. C. \V. Inman. wus also. extended to the teachers of ran will j lenge, 1 be present
    C. A. Smith, of Clayno, had businessin the various grades. Both teachers and I W. 1' WHISKS I ,

    Starke Tuesday.Col. The Bradford County Teachers Association pupils greatly appreciate this kindness Ciiptuin Commander I El
    will convene in Lake Butleron accorded them by Messrs. Robin. S. !I"'. MORGAN, I

    C. L. Peek spent the first of the 31bt of this month. A rood son & Lewis, the courteous and \progressive Adiii'iint.: SUCH GOODS AS

    the week in Jacksonville program has been arranged and Prof.Hollanil owners of tho Gaiety. These -- o r

    I principal; of the Lake Butler tickets w'll: be issued monthly to the u n
    J. II. Williams has been setting out school, extends a pressing invitation pupils on the honor roll, not only for I ..CLASSIFIED. o O
    morn pecan trees thin.week. I' to all teachers of this county. the Stnrke school but to all schools I Regal Ties

    within twelve or fifteen miles of ADVERTISING

    Seed Irish. potatoes nt Bryan: 1-lCtf I Mrs. Jack Briggs, of Gninosville, i i. county neat.Siilyafven. UII"j' Miller\ Hats

    --- in Ktarke this week visiting friends names appeared on _. Stetson Hats
    -- - ---- -
    P. M. r.ulrett.of.< ; Luke Butler, was I and relatvps. Mrs BrijTK took partin 1)'rpmhl'l1onor roll of the II. II. ONIi: CFM AVOIM> Fflk FAt11-IS5t'h.' "
    a busine visitor to Starke Tuesday. the program of the \VomanH Club Tho school is doing excellent work, ,'M II IN AKVANTUAdtrrllKiiiunia KV Darker Collar O
    reception held at the home of Mrs. and! both teachers and pupils\ are en- ln.rrtrd. undrr thin linn n
    . mud lie imld In ailvalttr Nn aitrrrtUrlniint 8
    D. B< t- "', of Jacksonville, spent the J. M. Alvarez Thursday afternoon. IhuKiastlc over their tasks. Tho regular for "". ln.irlnn| wtplrd let lf.. than !a S Wilson Bros. Shirts O
    first of ti) i week In Starke. attendance brought about by the O

    J. F. Colley and daughter, Miss compulsory' education law, is a groat ANT1:1I---: > otie-horsn cutter E. p Hayncs Underwear I u)
    JfrlV.. n. Harvard has had as her Frances, were In Dromon Sunday to 1 blessing/ to tho children' of this county It. Joh. Starke. It* I' O
    y gar( t ,tor,' i ,, the week, her father, Dr. the funeral of Mrs. R. M. Fujfate lie WI'1as\ the state at largo. Ninety. ..:::. I. and S. Bing Clothes

    A. .T..I1'; .._ _,_of Waldo. I IMI' Mrs. Colle>,'s sinter. Mrs. Fugate died 1 five per cent and upward in punctuality LOST Turkey hen, last week. Finder Barry Shoes For Men I
    Saturday.F. and attendance< and ninety per
    reti-ni to Mm. W. E. Middloton, 1
    V n I In :Mrs J. R. Dcaver, of rent and upward in lessons. nnd department Sweet Sally Lunn Shoes for Women .
    Sal: ". i i\j were visitors to Starke E. Chase han sold out his 1 is the required standard to at- '.
    -
    .. ,, property (<'011 RV:N'r-((1-room cottage, centrally ,.. '
    Sal ) .- in Starke and has moved to Savannah 1 lain the honor roll lotd\ ), J. F. JCicUit'-r.: 1-lfi-tt. I Red Riding Hot' t" !....e:=:: L: :::: !. :!.JII9< 1 \i
    ;, I Gn., where he hRs secured a 1"oatlve --. .
    t r ; h v "on it will! cure Malaria, position with the Martin Mill C'Ot1NCIL ORDERS SEABOARD:; TO ---- Together with such Service as Wt Give :
    t Cb'H; ;. "" ear, :BIHoys Fever, Colds Co. as machinist.! Mr. Chuse Is a FOR" Q'MPK SAIJ2--.Mulf, 0 yohra '
    "t' and L.:"C.1 it 1 1 1O. i'.-1-9-8-12. good man and an excellent workmanand HEAT WAITING ROOMS I old n. i"I I fid gxntlo. R, A*_, New-! I.
    wish him well. som, :W 1 lie.; 1.9 tf. Makes our Stor '
    we At the council meeting held Jan
    VA ? roan, cashier of Farmers ---- ---- II

    aial.l !11) :,1 Prink, Lake Butler had The Cnson Drug Store is now one of 7th, Councilman resolution Colloy presented the FOROut,' :; :' ::1tl1l1onl1ch , 'ollnwing j :
    bu. Starke' Friday. the most attractive businens;} house I fresh o,,u H-u-eU. P. S. McMillan
    . I WhoresH, the attention of the citylouncil I' 8
    .
    In town. The interior has been flnisli- of the city of Stnrke has been Stnvk '. 1.0-tf
    I F. F. Ri ,."p i) and C. A. Knight went ad in white, the shelving and I.eounte'I' t"
    pure I.
    the of
    ailed to negligence nn part I' ALVAREZ & GRAHAM: II
    up t to I.uk nville Wednesday after I
    enameled in the name color, I the Seaboard Air Uric Railway Cnmnny CAR FOR III UK-When you wont to
    noon. I making; the store so inviting that it is I ,[> in not properly furnishing bent hire n ,car 'ph*> 1B1>, J< C. Man- .
    no wonder the owner is so well sat- In the, the ning'ti wtorn, fitaike.: It* 'II I
    Jacksonville waiting room n depot
    MrJ.. P. Kickliter is in '
    tatted with the his business is'I, "
    way --
    1 of Starkc and
    building in the city j'
    the State As-
    attending Baptist ,
    soclation. growing I Whereas, many citizens:. and traveling I FOR SALE-Sevoral head of goat u a vIi
    : people have made many complaints hutlh<1adorJ. Apply to II. Wulsonig, al \

    I is kil- is to this negligence(, of its duty on Box 82, n. F. 1). 1, SUrke.FOIi O .OL7t1 t
    Mrs. F. F. Stump and baby are in I 1er. I DCXOI l ::: 0C10' IOEZOI 1OE3OI ,
    the of the said]
    1 part railway company, .
    Jacksonville for of several
    a stay
    'caused hy Rheumatism, Neuralgia, .
    j md | SAM:-Fine young liors of I
    I'I'week8. i Sprains, etc.-1-9-3-12. Whereas this city council deems it ,ILo farm nine, at a Imrgain. J, C. Manning '

    the best interest of this city\ all 'phone 151, KUuko. "it* I ,
    Lucian Wainright spent Monday I Miss Lottie Warren, who has been ,
    -- -
    well us to the health of tho traveling i ----- ---" ---
    I, with his mother Mrs. I" D. Wain- .teaching, at Mclntonh, left lust week I public that the waiting rooms of saidlepot FOR[ SALK Second hand four-burn

    right. for Denver, Colorado, where she was be properly heated for the use i| er oil stove and two OVO,,". J. E. COME VISIT us .

    railed, on account of the serious ill- ,of those who have cause to use said Futch. 1-9-tf. ,,
    Peanut seed, different varieties, atKlckliter' Ie"! of her sister, Mrs. K. It, Free I .
    waiting rooms. '- -----
    man. Miss Warren expects to remainIn Therefore, be it resolved by the city .FOR SALE OR RF.NT: -Small farm
    the West until next fall. .council of the city of Starke that the I about two miles southeast of Slaike
    Cyrus Sistrunk, of Jacksonville,
    attention of the said Seaboard Air known us the G. W. Lee 1lol'I..J. :
    pent Sunday with his parents, Mr. Sweet potatoes are still being "hipped .line( Railway Com",-my be called, to I E.: Futch. 1-9-tf Learn why so many people like
    , and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk.
    'fl. by Messrs. Durling, Truby, Thorn- t this negligence of its duty and that It1'' this bank. There's somethingmore
    ': as and T. S. Williams. Tho latter I'D" ho I and is hereby ordered to furnish |)'I BARGAINS you like bargains in I '
    t Sugar fltc lb. at Bryan's. 1-lC-tf. immense quantity of the to bank service here than
    " sent away an ]proper heating facilities and that the Flour and other Groceries, set! mi ..

    "loots" this Rcapon. K. B. Shipman I laid waiting/ rooms be kept properly I before you buy. J. C. Manning, merely an aid to financial transactions '
    relieves Colds La-
    666 quickly and probably furnished him more potatoes Starke. H*
    I 151
    ]heated for the use and comfort of I 'phone ,
    Grippe, Constipation, Biliousness, loss then any one else, 400( huihel, and 1 hose who occupy lId! waiting ronmn '. .
    of Appetite and Headaches. 1-9-3-12. next came Neal Ilios. with l.'J: bushels Bo it further resolved, that the FOR SALE-Our) Walnut street home.

    ; Mr. Williams has also chipped! ,clerk of this city council serve! a copy j Spot rnxh gets a bargain:
    1 Mrs. A. L. Jackson and little daughter large quantities o' cabbage: of lute. ,of this resolution upon the said Jay S. Hrown, Plant City, Addrell"I Here you have personal service ''I
    of Jacksonville, were visitors to
    Starke Tuesday. board Air Line Railway Company I'a'i l162t. I from officers always ready to 1
    , It. A. Weeks, hitherto chief deputy delivering a copy to the agent .
    clerk of the circuit court, has resigned ,if at suld depot, and that a copy be I j FOR SALE-Lake. property. If talk over your plans In a friendly .
    Edward Henley and family have and is now engaged in the naval for get a bar- .
    1 mailed to the Florida Railroad sold at once moved here from Raiford and has entered ,way. There's always a friendly
    This has
    stores business. promotedC. 1 missioners at Tallahassee, ]' com-I' pain Address Jay S. Brown, Plant
    several children In the B. II. A. Knight to chief deputy. Mr. Fla. 1-10-21..
    ( The above resolution was City, welcome every time you come.
    S'I
    Knight has been in clerk's office forfears 1 nously adopted by the City Council of _
    Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. W. is well conversant with all business FOR TRADE One good piano
    ) 1 the city of Starke, at its regular! :I t HAVE -
    !
    Davis have been in Jacksonville for there and is an extremely care ml't'I' costing $.lr)0!; for town lots or
    i ng held on the 7th day of Come visit us. Feel!! the congenial
    the past week., ful official, as well as courteous and I A, D. 1020. :i nrreapre: cither in town or county.
    I accommodating. "- -.---. Mason, the Furniture !Man, Stnrke atmosphere. Note the helpful
    G. II. Bennett is now the managerof !
    FAMILY UNION : 11-21-tf. attitude. We think- our bank Is a
    the Coca Cola Bottling Works in Bryan has everything you need to I !

    Starke, DeWitt C. Jones, proprietor. feed the home, the mule, chickens or A pleasant family reunion was ceibrated I FOR[ SALE Fischer piano, the best good bank for you ,

    the cow. 1-18-tf. [. by the Ward family Christ- toned piano. Worth new $700.
    A. O. Andreu nas accepted a position
    mall week. Reason for selling; don't nerd it.
    as salesman with Griffin & Johns 1 Rev. C. W. Inman, in care of a The members from out of town $2r.O cash J. II. Williams, Starke.

    where he will be glad to see his many trained nurse, left Wednesday forMve were Mr. Will Ward, Dublin, Ga; 1-9-St. t .

    friends. Oak Mrs. Inman and daughter, Lieut. Sam Ward, Camp Gordon, Gu.; ; BANK OF STARKETHE t tJl

    I Dorothy, following yesterday. A telegram Mr. Phil! Ward and family, Richmond, I FOR SALE':-Thren large: mules, will
    Miss Anna Canova tend brother, received by Mrs. Inman from Va.; Col. Itloxham Ward and family, well ('11<'IIP. Can: le wen three miles GROWING BANK
    Leo, left Monday for Jacksonville, I the nurse after arriving in Live Oak ,Gainesville Mr. E. J. Ward's home I east of Highland: on Gainesville and Jl

    where they expect to spend several | stated that Mr. Incise stood the trip wan selected for the occasion<< and a Jacksonville road 1n.. Lang. E. S. Matthews Pre. Ceo. C White, Cashier ,

    months. I I finely. We are indeed pained to lone I'I sumptuous repast was served. After MIMt.

    these good people, and the whole community Ii pleasant visit in Urooker for sevral '
    Rub-My-Tism is a powerful antiseptic ,'' joins the News in good wishes ,' days they returned to their respective WANTED-fiOO bushels need! potatoes'
    it kills the poison caused from in. for renewed health for Mr. Inman homes, reporting one happy -Porto Rico, Nancy Hall, Red
    fected cut, cures old sores, tetter. | and prosperity and happiness for them maxtide.. i Providence nnd Norton Yam. Ap

    all-Monticello News. .--- --.. . --- ply to T. R. William, StArke, Fin.
    Mrs J. W. Killian, who has been ;,
    TO CAR OWNERS 1-2-Bt.
    pending several weeks at the home The regular: monthly meeting of the I GENERAL INSURANCE

    of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Womans Club was held yesterday afternoon Many owners of automobiles in this FOR SALE-One good farm homo,

    Truby, returned to Williamsburg, Va., at thc home of Mrs J. M. county have neglected to procure cheap; also one Jersey row J0; HAROLD C. WALL

    Friday. I Alvarez The meeting was postponedfrom censes for 1920. After February Ii-I one new one horse walton, also place
    I the day before on account of the 1920, no more leniency will be for sale or rent. W. M. Bryan
    Mrs. J. F. Amberson and little son, absence of Sister Esther Carlotta, S. j r/r such neglect, and car owners who I j Sto rkfl!. 1-2-tf STARKE, FLORIDAFIRE
    of Birmingham, Ala., have arrived in Augustine. Sister Carlotta !'
    i R., of St. ]have not paid. their licenses by that LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE
    Starke and are with her father, Mr. will go to Gainesville Saturday, returning I time will be prosecuted.W. WANTED-Form hand or a email\ industrious i

    I to Starke Sunday to visit the J. EPPERSON, family to make a shore
    I State Prison Farm, where she will Sheriff of Bradford County crop on ene-hnrsa farm. Good land.

    112 Millions I I present the womens ward with a VC-I( --- -A - _-.- -

    '1J 1Jto trola, the gift of the Wo'mans (['ONFEDERATE VETS MEETINGJ. : FRnTlLlZnns-srnA 11tATERIALS-Sl'RAYEJIS
    year'r New Seeds
    used last St. AuguKtine. MOLD HUM!...... W.f. SIMMONS.Vim...... ''D.A. MORRISOM.If,S ', t TnM.TTi .
    J. Dickison Camp U. C. V., will .value of.f.rtiliit..Jp.nfla upon lh.....111..and prop ff hl' tn tin( ef Ih. tn.t rUUittiiflncinlo
    KILL COLDS1b Austin Winkler is home on a vacation Pernuts e 'It*enrnpoMllon.and the err.used :tn imnutvcturtnf.: W. usfl'hulh' soda mate
    -- -- --- .. in thau..a andrTurirg
    and ourltfiiN *backed bir inorc than thirty ya.ra..e.d.n.* mae
    y-f- ra at
    I from the Industrial School at Ma- Oats all varieties I .. Quairtr i.placed lira and out ...,...at.In lino with quality and c....._ ..
    l'llL. rianna, the vacation being earned by Dr.Oscar W. LeoVeterinarian WRITE FOR LATEST PRICE USTS
    2.100 merit marks. He has been ill I String Deans V. PAINTER I'KHTILIZUU COMPANY

    CASCARA ;JQUINtN' [ of late but is recovering, and has gore Sweet Corn all varieties IACB.SO vrLLE. FLORIDA
    to Jacksonville to nee if he can stand
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    ,.'f', examination for an entrance We'f'n
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    the physical till will need at curliestffs
    Office at Rhoden Reaidence fine location. Extra: good HOUHOH. cure you
    :. If he the superintendent -
    the can
    13RL'1SLaudc t to navy. !V'f' rnor.tf'nt.VI' have a limited
    W. T. :
    Velvet Beans I rn'l. north! T.v H'ver. <
    of tho Industrial school Nur mli'rg) Mill Site.
    .d .. I early tat 20 y.ar. the recruiting "..".,"r. I Ink,. liutliT, Tin., Route ". "iinjjly. of the Klorifin Runners amt..
    him
    to PeesKICKLITFR'S
    i _, IeS! : '-oafs. aura. no will recommend English I-tfl-flt" are o"ering them ut ten cents fl.ound <
    h"" "npa ---, I p A cold 3 'In 24 officer. If Austin is jy>od enough: for Will treat horses, cows, --- ( t tl2.6'J per bushel. !) f. o. U.

    bmlra--'r on" .' t i iMTall.grip i in .. dThe the navy he ought to be too good for hogs, dogs and chickens. FOR R".LEr.r. (,'. FJet Vine or Flor. Lowell, Klu. Send in your order to
    r "":',n ,box haw a Red the reform school, and in case he failsin .. will lait long. 11.
    not .
    II. IVanuU. Seed day. They ;
    \ with I Mr.' Hi11'Ar efforts The Seed House I l Ida<< Hornier Seed '
    examination STARKE
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    '. \j' plr'''' his physical peanut are exceedingly inurac. S.- T. Hall Co., Leash FU. 11-21-tC, ,
    f f 1tn"R Sena.ff ,should be made to set him free. ,
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    TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY1 16, 11

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    It has been said "All wealth comes from the soil." This being true,
    CARY A. HARDEE LEADING CANDIDATE Florida is singularly blessed] by nature with productive soil and

    h climatic conditions and the above enterprises properly fosteredand

    U A'' FOR GOVERNORAnd the Union.protected are destined to make her one of the richest States in \fRIGL : aiR -


    OUR MILITARY HEROES

    the openly avowed champion of better Government Every man and woman who deserves the name, holds in sac-
    red remembrance, the heroes who made the supreme sacrifice but
    ); :' in Florida takes the people into his full confidence--- it is not enough that we should remember and glorify the dead. !

    _ _ r and candidly and fearlessly states exactly Those other heroes whose bodies were broken, these and all the I iR iR1'l
    others who returned to their homes stripped of all but fadeless

    .>ut where he stands on the leading issues glory, deserve the highest consideration, and it would be an unspeakable Ill

    ,';, in the Gubernatorial Campaign shame if some adequate provision were not made for
    them by their State and Nation in defense of which they fought so : mathlrr,

    -- well, and this provision should be made not in some far off tomorrow -.
    THE PARAMOUNT ISSUE but now while their need is greatest. fat her, the bo:

    i First-ONE ISSUE in this And now in conclusion I want to assure my fellow citizens d gIrls.
    1 ii e Bpd campaign stands out preeminently that I shall stand on the above platform as conscientiously and as an
    > above all others namely. unfailingly after election as I do before election, and if I am electedI far .['

    i y f shall the laws of I' Florida be impartially pledge myself to discharge every duty as I see it, faithfully, fear-
    ; and fearlessly en forc- lessly and impartially. Yours sincerely, ;-j' aes-at work or F
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    ;t' i >r, ed. Shall constituted authority CARY A. HARDEE.
    "7a" ; ; be respected, and shall our Government play.
    ; p.f be administered in the ----- -- --- -._--- - -- --- A
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    } interests of the whole people and ". !5
    fnr the benefit of the whole peo- I ii 41 { r l lI
    9 of Florida Short
    I e. p'e 1a I am opposed to the State News in Paragraphs. t'
    v*! f or Nation being controlled or '''.. A..J_!! ..... ..-....ii...---, '1 I I th )
    f' dominated class whether r-- :-1 When you'renervous
    by a 4 "

    that.ts class or the is a coterie radical of elements capilalii | Live State News { i II j or tired '.

    i ; which are now so clamorous I I KBMM*'._, _._* *...illlll.1>-_ >*.',---.J> : ;: how it
    l to Socialism Holshevism. I I II ; see
    nm opposed -
    Told Our
    i by Exchanges.
    '. S Syndicalism or any oth- ; S !
    x er schemes of government- I: ,i.,'ce' ._ __ ._ _I refreshes! 1*
    ; t poed: and fostered by the socialistic -
    s ? elements of our society I'(I Work on the bridge which is to \painful. A number of shots were fired I"
    which are not in sympathy with pan the Indian River at Vero has I by the other negroes: and perhaps the ,
    'p"v I started. A large force of men will two white
    a our form government and its' men with Strickland; one'or I
    s' institutions. I am unalterably] be kept on the job until completed. '. the other white men was hit in the

    oPIn- ,'d to the "red flag" and what it stands for. For its teachings - shoulder, also two negro women were Lasts ,
    ,;i' of class hatred, its visionary and distorted "isms" of government Practically eight million cigars: ,accidentally slightly wounded.
    ''u i or lack of government, and for its deceitful and seductive were made by the factories in Key i iI
    West the of December I
    S promises of loot and power to a special class of society. I do not acordmg during to the records month in the of ice, II. E. Tidmarsh, the young man who

    expect neither do I desire the vote of any man who would substi of Stamp Deputy Revenue Collector ,came to Key West sometime ago wearing 1'

    tute for our institutions, the Bolshevistic, Socialistic or I. W. W. Charles A. T. Roberts. l a Canadian uniform, and who has o !G ;-
    that the been confined in Monroe County under -' ttE
    propaganda) for the confiscation and destruction of all
    the
    Anglo Saxon has been taught to revere and respect. Eugene Adams, a negro of Zellwood, I C ross funds charge during of the embezzling roll call drivein Red CHF S

    : BETTER GOVERNMENT IN FLORIDA was fatally shot early Sunday morning Key West, was a deserter from I

    Second-I want to see better government established in Flor- by another negro: R. C. Cmith of Camp Gordon. This fact has been taJM

    ida. A political office is not a private asset, belonging to him who Mt.. Dora.The He died several hours later known to the Sheriff's office here .
    shooting was the result of
    holds it, to be used in the furtherance of financial or political ad I for some time and the Camp Gordon i '
    a quarrel begun three and
    years ago: .officias had instructed
    Sheriff
    A. II.
    vantage. We will have "better in Florida when
    government" only taken up again during an automobile yMcInnis! to hold him here for the
    I men elected to high office shall think of themselves as represent ride Saturday night.: I regardless of the outcome government of

    y; ing the people and their welfare, rather than their own selfish ag- I his case in the courts here. SEALD
    fs+l grandizement. The higher and more important the office, the Walker Reid was killed almost instantly -
    '.; j greater is the responsibility of him who would fill it, and higher shortly after noon Wednesday I! Another 12-passenger' ; ;; flying boat

    i should be the ideals actuating every official act lie who aspires to when the machine in which he was |lof 12,000( pounds gross weight and equipped TIGHTKEPT
    the high office of Governor, should know and respect the constitu riding with C. I*. Carlisle, crashed, Into j with twin motors has just ( Ii I-
    a '{ tional prerogatives which are vested in the Governor, and he should a large oak tree on the Pine castle been shipped to West Palm Beach as i
    ,r road about a mile from Orlando city I an addition to the fleet of GL (5
    Y; likewise know and respect the limitations of executive power imposed planes now )
    t. by the Constitution and laws of the State. I am opposed to limits. I quartered! here by the Trans-Oceanic "
    wfats. Company. E. II. Ballard, of the Cur :!J.ra
    the Governor's office being used as a Clearing House' for cheap and Friday marked the actual accomplishment tis
    Aeroplane & Motor Co.
    g H1 selfish; political schemes, and if I am elected Governor I will not use of an innovation Florida that the new boat will be known, as states the rnaFERFECTGUM T-'J.: RjGH':

    its high functions to build a political machine to advance the political has been attempting: bring about I}-l6. As soon as it l is set up and ' '
    rit A; ambitions of any man. Neither will I pander to passing prejudices .I for many yearn-the abolishment of (equipped with seats, a trail trip will
    i1 nor practice the crooked arts of the Demagogue. In a general the convict leas e system--approximately -'be made over the waters of Lake

    + l sense the foregoing represents the primary issues and I shall 750 state prisoners being Worth, after which the boat will make
    stand for them without fear or favor. 1 shall also stand for more turned over to the state road department trips to the Bahamas during the winter r,
    for work on the public highways months.
    ;i specific things as follows:
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    EDUCATION Kills Rats Mi
    : No bank in the CQ j
    state has made
    yet
    With the addition of ,
    The education of our children is of primary importance because a regular daily 'application to'be designated
    ;:, 4' our teachers mould from the plastic mind of childhood the sleeper from Detroit to St. Peters- depository and Treasurer Luning state i is Cockroaches and Laid
    burg and the putting on today of an-
    S: characters which must, ultimately control the destinies of the Na-I i jother I through sleeper from New York sending out circular letters asking for ,.
    Lion In youth is the time to instill love of and bids for these
    sZ, country Every boy has deposits. The probable
    Ito St. Petersburg, this city the Crabs the
    girl should be taught the principles of civil government and the i,best train service it has ever hoped to reason that the banks do not desire by WholesatdDon't

    sacred obligation of constituted authority. An education in its get: and ample accomndatlons are t>t>- the state deposits is that they have to

    o +' broadest! sense to be useful and practical, must also] be comprehensive -:ling I. provided for the thousands of winter half pay interest at the rate of two and a waste your time trying to kil;
    developing the physical along with the mental powers of the visitors desiring to come here. per cent on daily balances. The
    banks argue that the fluctuation of the pests with powders, liquids am
    child. We should teach the elementary principles] of agriculture I
    the
    I' slt'i'; deposit balances the labor
    Five guests the lobby of the incident other
    find experimental
    horticulture, as well as the domestic arts and science and manual to making preparations.
    training. It must be universal giving to the Saratoga hotel Tuesday night: besausc proper credits for interest
    'S; equal opportunity 'they unable to docs not make the loan attractive{
    1ft,; rich. and poor alike. The school term in most of our rural districts'! I anywhere were in Palatka.. secure Every hotel a room i in with money so easy now. Just put STEARNS PASTE on an

    a; is too short and our teachers are too often inadequately paid. .. the city was crowded to capacity, food they eat, and let them have J

    '.,, TAXATION boarding houses have been full to capacity A regrettable accident occurred "feast". It makes them run for fiesl]

    There should be a just equalization of taxes as between the for weeks and private homes on the ocean beach Sunday evening l air and water-creates desire
    { ,where the owners have been accustomed when the car which John Miner was a to ge
    counties' and as between the individuals: and corporations of each
    to taking lodgers haven't had driving ran over Dennis Dailey\ a out in the open, where they die
    5,t county There should be a more effective system for the assessment !- for winter tourists
    a vacancy months. to Daytona Beach, Mr.
    and collection of revenue. There should be the strictest economy Dailey! dying in local
    a hospital at 4
    '.t in the expenditure of the State's revenues, consistent with the Pecan planting has begun in earn o'clock! Monday morning from injuries Two sizes: 35c Ettdxck= i

    } proper administration of the laws. As a prudent and careful business !pest, with the Lawrence Developing( Co, received. From the story of the accident and $1.5O. ,JS'
    _____'c< a man would handle his own business! even BO' should the busi- :;at their Keystone Park tract frontingon told by both Mr. Miner and
    i rofla of the State be conducted. I am opposed to the unnecessary lakes Keystone and Geneva in Clay Mrs. Dailey, widow of the unfortunate Get the L50 "'"
    creation of offices and commissions, and am in favor with such coordination -,'county. Several ten acre farms werset mnn. the accident was entirely unavoidable $ ircet "a.r""ii 85c
    _ _ 'I : of the different departments of the State government as out to fine trees last week ami and no blame is attached to box for a grand ; t

    will eliminate the necessity for them. The people of Florida are many hundred of acres will bo net Mr. Miner, who rendered every assistance campaign and rn ap;.lQ .
    not opposed!' to paying reasonable taxes but they justly want to nee ''during the next eight weeks an a possible following\ the accident. ask all neighborsto FiFrrRtcQ> .'" '

    .. I every dollar HO paid do one dollar's worth of service. We can readily large work.: force of expel planters are at Joe Moron of-Miami Beach died of I co-operate. w : ss%' t

    X i we the necessity for a careful and business! !like administration i heart trouble Tuesday while drlvintt
    ; .1 'I' when we consider that taxes are mounting all the while. Consid- his car near the Royal Palm hotel. Easy to get rid of V :

    eying the rapidly increasing wealth of the State, which goes to )|the January big road 12 will building see the beginning of I InFlagll'r Mrs Elsie Spencer, a trained nurse the pests men- \.-.m.waN,?;;.c ae"t.w" c

    make up our aggregate assessment, taxes should be reduced rather program: wm passing that way, when she noticed tinned above by Lnh .
    county. Something more jh nifHaur
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    than increased j' the car slowly moving toward / /.
    t.han <10 miles of hard-surfaced rDldsand / using KFAKNFY.fntulMl. "
    the bay and the oxraxrypuhr tuJ"kurandNauaPaR*
    I OTHER QUESTIONS OF INTEREST | good bridges: are to be constructed in the seat. She occupant realized that lying limp

    Our State institutions must be judiciously and carefully managed immediately-and the money Is at thing was wrong and hurried to some the &TE/IOTA/S' ELECTRIC PASTE
    I I hand for
    this much of
    the work. These
    : and supervised. If I am elected Governor official : car and succoded in Flopping
    every or East Coast counties know the value of it. The Money Bach If 11 Faffsj55sa I
    ;, employee connected therewith must be an efficient servant of the sick man was sent to the city hospital (2)
    : j good l roads and have sense enough togo r. ... ,_ . _.. . }
    ; State and must and but died before reaching there. ) .' '''i\k-\ :' \. ", ,
    f ably conscientiously perform his duties as after them. Mr. .' ...... ......on. -.- ''.'
    such, and the value of his' or her services will not be determined by Moron was a Shriner. His friends . I.
    i were notified of his death.Kveryning .
    :' supposed political or partisan worth. !< On a little spot of ordinary Florida B. Crouse of Greene, la., had a narrow and OJ
    sending word from be North or I
    I believe that the final reclamation of the Everglades districts i sand, sixteen by forty feet, U. A. Me.Oaughoy : escape from being flim-flummed
    r should be consummated ns rapidly as practicable, and that the< of Ieellburjl1as; shown what for the is now In perfect shape of $15,000 a few days ago when some East or West that they mnt' to come '

    State lands, KO far as possible, should be sold! to those who expect .
    + ,' to cultivate the soil, as distinguished from speculators. To insure 'l ing methods are followed. Ho has through: Columbia state both highways traps for him and he recently arrived be the greatest year ever for Florida,
    ''?S 4 this result liberal terms for payment should be accepted i.sold more than $36: .00 worth of eggplant and South and Hast county and West. North i!in Jacksonville with his money ready and the season is just op ling.i .
    1 favor a just and equitable reappointment of the rep't senta- '] and peppers off this little garden the week one hundred and During j to investY( ) it on the recommendation :'I ...,,
    : tives in the : spot and the peppers are still state twenty "of his newly found friend. His Iowa I i Miss
    State Legislature as required by the Constitution. convicts have been brought into I i i Louise Eyles, pr mincnt soc t.
    1 y.>t{ INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS I 1 bearing market.prolifically and finding ready the county and placed in the various i!;nnd banker wired got another a hunch gentleman as to the program I lety girl, of Miami who yesterday disappeared f.
    stockades which hhve C. C. j
    I'ay The development and construction' of inland waterways is one for them. been" erected Wertz who ,I I on the eve of er marriage {
    Bids
    I' now being advertised comes from the same town .
    of the great needs of our State. We should co-operate with the Thomas Wilson, Ifl year of age, for the eastern portion of this road j I and is spending: the winter in Orlando '"i to Leland Thornton Dysii-t, of Dallas, j.
    S fi! National Government in every feasible enterprise! having this end was instantly killed Monday when nn j leading from Lake City to Jackson- I. to watch Crouse and his friends (I Texas, former lieutenart of marines i
    k t r in view. Nothing so rapidly develops a country as adequate and extra freight train struck a Ford carat vine; and it is hoped that this partic- !Wertz took the first train for Orlando !,[stationed here, fledwith. Marshall
    6 economical transportation, and if elected I pledge myself towards ]Mercer Orange City junction.! William ,cular piece of road will be ready for j and put his Iowa neighbor wise just ,1 Philpitt youthful lover. Accompaincdbv ,
    its of Deland and son of Marshal i travel during the before he was going '| Miss Helen Freeman of Tampa
    to
    consummation in every possible manner. Our people are nowwisely ; summer months. I i turn over the \:
    unanimous in demanding better roads and be- 'Culp of Orange: City were! so seriously _____ i'savings: of years to the sharpers who'I Fla., who came here to attend the \
    highway, injured
    that their
    recovery is in doubt. The had wedding couple
    shrimp shipments from dogged his for as bridesmaid, the
    Fer- steps several
    cause they realize that the industrial weeks
    future of the State largely Helen Dutton of Do Land were .
    was slightly nandina from December while traveling north Phi!
    25th to 31st working up their little deal. in young
    depends on the kind of roads that she may be in position to offer {11'injured The young people are all of inclusive, by express was 30 carloads,, I pitt's roadster. They were last reported -

    those who contemplate coming into Florida to develop her agri ul- ;il prominent Volusia county families the total number of barrels, not including nt Fort Pierce, Fla., 125 miles j
    f1.f. tural and other resources I believe that Florida should have the nnd were out for a Sunday afternoonride half-barrels and boxes, being- "There is a famine in Jasper," declares north of Miami, late last night. Phil-
    +I. best system of roads that when the accident occured. 2:11I0.: consigned : i the News. "A famine of pitt is 17
    progressive economy can provide, and I to all principal points houses." years of age and Miss Eyles
    also believe that the funds provided by the State and Nation for I - in the United States, also to Canada I place Jasper is not a very large 19. The wedding was to have been
    '" "" "building! such roads should be expended in the most economical and Citrus Deputy Sheriff: Joe Strickland of and Cuba. The express shipments of'i!' the building and it kept had been supposed that one of the big fverjts) of the social calendar
    county and a bad soldier boxes of pace fairly well with and
    efficient way. negro shrimp, oysters and fish i iwhich the increase many parties had been given
    ) ''I- j had a mix up Chrismas night two amounted to considerable, was'inot '' n population. But evidently J in honor of the young woman whoIs
    AGRICULTURE I j miles beyond Red Level. As it result included in the above total. Several ', a lot more people have been the daughter of II. II. Eylcs, prominent :
    coming in .
    i;' f :' I favor every measure that tends to encourage and promote Itt he negro Will Sawyer was killed ) car-loads of shrimp were also than were expected, and the local attorney. The Philpitt ;
    .. \ Agricultural Citrus and. the deputy shot twice not seriously shipped ,newspaper declares that there is no i boy is ,
    our. Fruit, Trucking and Live Stock industries \ but by freight the past seven room for the others who a son of S. Ernest Philpitt
    : tho shot in the arm was very days: at the door and looking are knocking owner of music publishing houses in

    ?I ,;(4 over the fence this city and Washngton.rAGE .1

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    BRADFORD COUNTY GRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PAGE TIIRF.r:



    Your granddaddy knew how Protect your life and ,1

    << to handle a rifle--- your property )


    DO YOU ? SUPPORTJoin I U Ta



    r,{ e The National Guard A National Guard Unit ..li.lit

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    ) ':,; OUR Help Organize Men who .I ,,,


    : A National Guard

    , Are not

    c Y Employes Unit In Your City

    I TrainedSUFFER
    It is the patriotic duty of every business, professional
    Should be ,laboring and every other man to do every- :
    ' thing in his power to organize a NATIONAL
    GUARD UNIT in his town.
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    As soon as peace is signed, the HOME GUARDS
    :, Encouraged and all military organizations except the ,
    II NATIONALState GUARD will cease to exist under When
    provisions contained in the NATIONAL DE-
    FENSE ACT of JUNE 3rd, 1916. Our State will
    be left without an ORGANIZED MILITARY
    toEnlist FORCE to protect the LIFE AND PROPERTY Drafted
    of its citizens, unless we succeed in organizing
    NATIONAL GUARD TROOPS.
    '
    In The Federal Govcn ment has brought the standSoldIers r
    I
    ard of efficiency of the NATIONAL ,
    TROOPS up to practically the same basis as that
    of the REGULAR ARMY. Men are paid for the t
    TheNational drills they attend at the rate of twenty-five per D 0 iiit \
    cent of pay for corresponding grade in the regular .
    army. ....,..,

    There is no better advertisement for your city NATIONAL I
    than an efficient MILITARY ORGANIZATION.
    \
    Your life and property will be without protection ;
    in time of riots and danger unless you have an orGUARDS I t

    Guard ganized Military Unit. Every citizen of ..\
    should work for the ORGANIZATION of ;
    IONAL GUARD TROOPS. Your city will NATMEN} ARE "
    .
    Military Organization if its citizens want

    ,\ one.SOLDIERS

    ';', IT MAKES

    .
    : BETTER Application Blanks

    ;, are now at Bank
    MEN
    of Starke and Bradford -

    This space contributed by County Bank: j

    Ages C.L.PEEK&SON, F.L.TURNER,
    S-
    I.I J.W.WHITE, HOOVER BROS. Smoker Monday
    GRIFFIN & JOHNS A.DARBY : ,
    \ 18 to 45 DEWITT JONES FORD GARAGE
    j J. W. MORGAN E. E. CANOVA 7:30 P. M. at Ar-

    W. A.BESSENT,Jr. W.M.BRYAN
    I Everybody
    ) J. M. MITCHELL DAVE SILCOX mory.
    +: I F.F.STUMP N. STERNBERG
    INVITED
    Any information pertaining SAM ROSENBERG,Cash Department Store
    BANK OF STARKE J. D. STANSELL
    .' to details of organization J. F. KICKLITER HULL'S Department Store Those who have not I]

    ",. can be I had by calling QUIGLEY LUMBER &SUPPPLY COMPANY
    ; MASON THE FURNITURE MAN signed before the meetingcan
    '. on DeWitt C. Jones. I I ALVAREZ&GRAHAM,The Dependable Store do so then
    . BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

    _. _._._ ....- .. -- ..

    You fellows who fought to NATIONAL GUARDSMENmake

    the world safe for democracy ARE PAID


    HOW ABOUT THE "OLD At the rate of one-quarter the pay of regulars

    for armory drill and target practiceThis
    HOME TOWN?

    ..I. Iij CONSIDER THE NATIONAL pay amounts to $7.50 per month j

    .I\\t tI, liii GUARD NOW FORMING for privates-.-Non-coms get more. rf i iIij I


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