Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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 23, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Fifty Men Signed Up For Guard Ziff Jan. 23.-Mrs. Ewena Minton The community around Worthington i -

; Thursday jnd Friday the Starke Membership MondayAt died Tuesday night Jan. 13th, at the j and member of the Sardis jlaptlst { Mrs. J. M. Alvarez was hostess at
home her Mr. and Mrs. F. ( Sunday afternoon a large number of the January meeting of the Woman's 1
IJ rWomin'a Christian Temperance Union' of parents, t-hurch were made to feel sad on Nov. '
Rheld an enthusiastic Victory meeting the meeting Monday night fifty S. Fowler. The deceased was born in "j':Staikc people motored to tho State IS, lIMP> when the death angel came Club and entertained churmlngly! at f

, ,4 Eto rejoice over National Prohibition' men signed; up for membership in the Bradford county October 28, 1896 and Prison Farm to attend the exercises and took home 1lrs.Iar)' Bohannan. I' her home on Walnut street.
'(hat had been by Mrs\ J. M.Ah'ar'z .
which went into effect on the 16th inst. company of soldiers to be formed May 1, 1918 she was united in mar-I' arranged This was 'ery surprising, for her illness > Mrs. Alvarez used white tweet pea
. ? The W. C. T. U. and other organizetlons here giving: Starke a place at the riage to Mr. Arthur Minton. : in order to give the prisoners lasted only a few days. She was I I and narcissus ai decorations, and the

'E have been working to this end' head of the line of units now workingfor leaves to mourn her loss, besides a an opportunity to hear Sister Esther a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram I rooms of the lower floor of (his pretty i V
and during the five Carlotta, S. R., of St. Augustine.V Hunter and 1 born home wore crowded with club members
for forty-five years, inspection and Federal recognition. heartbroken husband and parents, was in Echols county. \
past week victory meetings have been j The armory was packed with men sisters and one brother, Mrs. Zonlt nII.. I) .Law and his young singers Ga., Sept. 20, 1877 and at tho age and visitors who were invited to
V V delighted the audience with twoapprt.piiate
V held all over the United States to rejoice -! who came to enlist and others who as Bailey Mrs. Amerine Ginn, at Plant of 1,1 became a member of the MisKionary this special meeting to meet Sister V
+ reaching the goal of Prescott Mrs. Za- ) selection) "Not 1)rifting"and Baptist church at Statenville j' Esther Carlotta, S. It., of St. Augustine -
; over citizens, wanted to give the movementthe City; Mrs. Donhie "l.ord I'm Miss ,
na-j -' Coming Home who is noted throughout Florida
; tional Meade Miss Amanda 5a.: Several afterwards she \
prohibition. support of the community. Col. die Polk, of Fort ; Doris Law The years "
feature of the for Fowler of acting as accompanist. to the First church and other t-tutes as an enthusiastic'
The program A. S. Crews was chairman; he openedthe Fowler and Leonard came Baptist of .
young gentlemen who sang were John' club and U. I). C. woiker.
evening address by I Lake Butler
Thursday was an meeting stating briefly its'ob Brooker. V
VV Powell, Thomas Limbaugh, William Club business was tiannacted from
;* Dr. Lincoln Ilulle)'. president of Stetson f, ject, and then introduced the speak For many years she had been a Struth, Telfair Long, Hollis Knight, In Aug. 1017 she removed to Sar 3:30 to 4, Mrs. R. A. Weeks presiding.Mrs V

I University on the subject "The ers, among whom were Mayor Hoover faithful and devoted member of the Walter Kuhl Wilbur Scott. i dia Baptist church) by letter mId remained Roscoe IIIcIIlIlIn.!\ A. W. Anderson V
Constitution Its Ideals and and Major Matthews, president of Missionary Baptist church. Her kind a member until hor'death. She V
prlncl-I Mrs\ ? A. Z. Adkins and sister Mrs. and Mrs. C. A. Futch wore appointed
ples. Dr. Hulley is both the Bank of Starke, Cigars were then I and cheerful disposition won the love lived a consistent life nnd C'hur'hml'mhl'r
; eloquent, and on this occasion he was passed around and during the "smoke"which : of all. She was a faithful and loving Jack Briggs, of Gainesville, sang as und was'rr rendy and willing a committee to visit the school
and confer with the trnchcis. Mrs. A.
t ductsVhisperiiig Hope" and "The
,$t at his best. His address was a masterpiece created a condition of quiet and wife always ready and willing to help to do his will. 'fo know her was '"
Bird With Broken | H, Freeman Mrs. E. T. Campbell,
a Wing. ,
and the large audience listened repose, the big gathering listened attentively in sickness and distress. I I to loVo her
to him with the closest attention.Dr. Sister IVUier Curlotta addressed the Mrs. C. E. Ahoarn end Mrs. O. L. Vlinynes ..
to the remarks of Captain The deceased was laid to rest in 1 I ;' In I Fob. IKSW! she was married to
welcomed as new members ..
Hulley is a candidate for governor H. C. F. Dohm, Q. M. C., N. G. F., who Dedan cemetery on Jan. 14th and a'' prisoners in a beautiful manner, and Mr. J. T. Itohhnnun and to this union were
of the club. The president then1ll1r.1
' i but he studiously avoided ref represents the adjutant general's office large crowd of people were present to the audience listened to her withmarked was born, one child Mitts I"a.I .
erence to politics during his address, I attention. Supt. Butch alxonmdo I the mooting in the hand of the .
; and is detailed on the wOI'k of recruiting pay their last respects.The .
only saying at the beginning that all I and inspection. The object bereaved family have the an interesting talk.SMITHPOWELL. I She* leaves to mourn her departure, who had airungod an interesting -
the candidates for prohibition ':; --. ii daughter, father and mother, several program. V
were and its various conditions were explained pathy of all during their dark
V and that Florida seemed certain oft questions were answered anda of sorrow and trouble. The sym-I i brothers and sisters and a host With Mrs. Aiikina as accompanist, V
having prohibition During other relatives and friends. Mrs. Jack Ilrlggs of Gainesville; delighted -t
a governor. general feeling of enthusiasm services were conducted by Rev I"f ,
V his stay in Starke Dr. Hulley wasa spread over the entire assemblage, Fowler. He it resolved! that a copy of these ull l hy singing: "Yesterday and
Mr. G. Powell the
guest at the home of Mr. L. C. Pow- which was plainly demonstrated when Aviry! announces I resolutions bo handed to the bereuvod Today," which was followed by Mrs.
Mrs. Walker and daughter Amanda marriage of his Maude to ,
: ell. daughter, family a ropy be spread upon our A. Z. Adkins beautifully rendering,
the call came to fall into columns of
left Sunday for Plant City to visit Mr. 11. A. Smith
January church book and a be furnished "
V V Friday afternoon other enjoyable twos for the signing of enlistments I copy "Till We !Meet\ Again. Thin oxqululte -
up relatives. 20th 1920. Jacksonville Florida.
I each the Bradford County Telegraphand
; features besides those on the program Captain Dohm has made headquarters poem was the work of Sister Esther -
., V were an address by Sister Esther Carlotta for the continuation of the work Misses Rhoda and Lonnie Thomas The wedding took place last evening the Baptist Witness fur publication. Carlotta, and the beautiful musicto

S. R., of St. Augustine. She I in the office of Mr. C. E. Abeam spent Saturday and Sunday in tho at tho home of Mr.' A. B. Joyner which it was sung was composedby V

especially brought out the point that where he was kept busy all day Tues. Pine Hill section, guests of Misses and family 581 Woodlawn avenue, -- I !Mrs.\ J. M. Alvarez, who accompanied .
r I Winnie and Pearl Greene. Rev. D. 1)) DielfenourUi of the Stock LAWTEY
the W. C. T. U. must not now relax day. Starke is assured of a Mrs. Adkins ,
their efforts in temperance work or the this is good for the good company name of; Mrs. Zornie Bailey and children, of ton street M. IS. church officiating. - Sister Carlotta spoke Intcrestfiigly:

4. next generation may go back to drink, Starke good for the community financially Plant City spent Thursday with her The bride was unattended and was Luwtey, Jan. 23.: -At the regular concerning the work that women ran

therefore the women should continue and morally, and the men parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Fowler married in a suit of navy blue cloth annual mooting of the officers, and accomplish, and touched on the home

F their efforts along all lines, especially who helped to put it over the top are Mrs. Amarine Ginn and sister Mrs. with hat and accessories.. to match. stockholders of the "awtl'Y Stain Bank ami public work they should take up I

, x education showing the evils of the liquor to be congratulated on their success. Zadie Polk returned to their home in Both Mr. and Mrs. Smith have a last week the following officers were to make good Americans of the children. ) '

traffic. Captain DeWitt C. Jones has worked Fort Meade and Plant City, after a wide circle of friends, who will learn elected for 1920: She also plated Unit women V

I V Rev B. D. Law sang in an impres- untiringly, and much credit is due him few days here with their parents, Mr. with interest of their marriage and President, W. F. Godwin. ,should study till !laws of our government -
Five manner, "Take My Life and Let I and Mrs. F. S. Fowler. will unite in wishing them happiness.Mr. .
as well as his assistants. Vke.presilcnt! L. 11. 11111. and know for themselves when ,
It Be." Mrs. Jack Briggs of Gainesville In our next issue we will give the Mr. and Mrs. Pens nnd laughter Smith is a young electrician and Cashier, J. C. Byrd. One
things: ar" going right or wrong. -
L 4 Hang "The White Ribbon;j" and names of those who have so far enlist Allic of Mounteocha, spent Sunday both ho and his bride are well known I Board of directors, G. W. Brown A. thought she impressed on her hearers

I forty-nine tots from, the first grade, ed. They are all young men and of with Mr. and Mrs. Levy Prescott. here. They will (continue to make A. Smith, David Durban, W. F. God. t that destructive criticism duos no good
V led by Miss Olive Ray "Rally Miss Edna Baxter spent the weekend Jacksonville ,
their homo. Times-Un
sang good standing; ; many of them are ex- at Brooker -! win. L. II. Hill, J. 1.. U.urell, Mrs. M. but women must construct build! up "
Voters. service men. The next meeting has ion, Jan. 21. \ IR J, Edwards. and make things !bolter. When Sister
V The entire exercises were under the : been called for Monday next when all Card of Thanks I I The board of directors which hacomlos"d : Carlotta finished her adilrons the club '

management of Mrs. F. A, Scott, pres- I who have enlisted should be present We wish to thank the many friends tom U. I 1). C. gave a complimentary dinner been of five members since presented her with a boqui-t of white \ ;V

V ident of the local union, and much I for their first drill and all others who who helped and assisted us during the to the veterans of J. J, Dickison its organization, was changed! to sov1 rnrnatlon and ferns and! shn responded ., tz
praise is due her for her untiring efforts want to enlist should come and sign illness and death of our dear daughter Cum. p.Mrs.. I 1 on. The report of the cashier showed In a JlJ.a..fullittlo: rpiwh of thanks. V ,,1/
to make the meetings a marked The need not think Mrs. Ewena Minton, who departedthis with "
men served her
up. young Alvarez
that I Ill!9) was the most prosperous Mrs. guests '
L. A. Davis of the V
auccess.J life on the night of Jan. 13th. Mr. president "
that they will come too late for admission I year of its history. n dainty salad course, living!; niwlitted'
local chapter U. I). C. and Mrs. It. A.
for after the quota reqtgved for and Mrs. Fowler and Arthur Minton. In I !Momlimu'H I.. A. Davis .
Weeks visited the and Mrs. Mr. nnd MI's. Nelson, of. ("UUiY!. cerying by .{
h FARM LABOR SCARCE the l is filled, yet are rump I Powell W. II. Graham, W. B.Harvard '
"company more Works read entitled. "Lee yacht, are upending a few weeks at tho W. C. ,
it. ii
a ,
: wanted. There are a good A. Adkins.
many ex- home of Mr. arid Mrs. J. J. McLood.T. anti Z.
k R. I!r. Green, a well known citizen service ERANSAs !I the Man, written by Mrs. J. M. Alvurez . f'
I'|, men around Starke who have J. Terry was in .InekHonvillo last -- --- -- --
historian of the
V of Lake Butler was a business visitor.i not been heard of yet, who would be chapter. week attending U. S. couit as juror. %VO0lLAWNWoodiiwn ) ..
to Staike Tuesday. In addition to his heartily welcomed into the membership Monday, the 10th of January, When the camp adjourned, the veterans L. II. III1I was t transacting; business I

home near Lake Butler Mr. Green I I I also many young men who have was the anniversary of Robert I':. marched to the Juanita Cafe in JuckHonvillo lust week I Jan 2H.'.-Me (Hr8. J. S. II

5>wns a large farm near Brooker and not seen service, who should join to Lee's birthday, the W. T, Weeks Chap- and enjoyed an excellent dinner. Robert Bugg Collins of PuliiNkl, Norman and W. (.. Johns" were busi- .

complains that he has been unable to I I show their patriotism and to get a -I Tenn., spent a few day in and near floss visitor 1o Starko Friday.Mr. 1' -,

employ the labor necessary to carryon I military education at this time, when Lawtcy looking after busincs interests und !Mrs. Frank Crawford, of
c the farm. The complaint about a who has not service is looked : Jacksonville the wook-end with
one seen Mrs. J. I). Randall returned to Law. spent
,\' shortage of farm labor i I" rather genral. I upon as an anomaly. We got the A THRIFT CLUB ] tey Saturday after spending the holl- their daughter, !Mrs. T. C. William t ..

,, The mill and turpentine-and ball arolling-let's keep it rolling. ,iluys with relatives in Cincinnati, O. Mrs. Edward Ililliiird and children
; other classes of public work are employing I' --. IN EVERY HOME I Tho Lawtey State Bank has Initiall left Saturday for Plant City where V

, such large numbers of the HAMPTON ed a new and up-to-date bookk"I'plngmae'hine. they will make their future homo. '
laborers that the farmers are finding I I ,. ,
4 Louis II. Hill, of Lawtoy, was a OUII- I
it hard to get tenants. This conditionIs
tV unfortunate and means that provisions Hampton Jan. 23.-Mrs. J. C. Join- Plans of far-reaching Importance, schools the Ilruss will be regularly In. 1 A. M. Blanchard spent tho week-end IIIOBH visitor here Monday.

will be scarce and high unless jpr, of Valdosta, spent a few days with to be put into effect with the begin- formed of the progress of the campaign In Jacksonville visiting relatives and Mr. und Mr. Jeff Dowllng spent

I there Is change. friends in Hampton last week. ning of the new year, are announcedby and will do its full share in transacting business. Sunday In Lawtey with relatives.Mrs. ,
V a
4 Before going away to work for Miss Ida Hicks, of Plant City, visited Silas W. Davis, Government Direr bringing home to the people the vast Miss Eva Futch was a visitor to T. C. Williams/ was shopping

farm tenants would do well to I her father E. Hicks, last week.W. tor of the War Loan Organization for importance of this work. Starke Thursday. I in Starke; Saturday.

consider wages both sides of the question. If''' P. Birt, of Alachua county, was the Sixth District. The aid of the pulpit and of patriotic Mr. Boyer of Alabama Is the guestof Miss Nancy Mtarling: has returned

they quit the farms because of higher transacting business in,, Hampton These plans Include as their most organizations will be invoked and his son; Rev. Hoyer, and family. home aftor spending a week with relatives '

wages in other lines they are likely i Tuesday. important feature the organizationof from the expressions already received Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville was In Baker county.Mr. .
o to find that the scarcity of food prod- i]I Mr..Triest of Theressa was trans a Home Circle Thrift Club In every this will undoubtedly be a great help a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. and Mrs. H. S. Norman have V

ucts will the cost of living soj. acting boNiness in Hampton Monday. family. The past year has seen the to the organization. Miss Boyer and I brother, of Jack. returned to their home after spending

high that they carry will be losers at the end C. A. flirt of Hampton, was a visitor organization of Savings Societies in Through women's organizations. sonville, were guests Sunday at the several month in South Florida.

of the I to Louise Sunday. the schools, stores shops factoring Among women's club, under tho direction home (if their brother, Rev. Boyer. Albert MOil,'ley, of Luwtoy, was a
year.KAIFORD Evangelist McCook is conducting: a and other places of business where of Mrs. Samuel Lumpkln, a C. 1C. Sapp Is in Jacksonville this visitor here Sunday

AND MELROSE WILL series of meetings at the Methodist men and women are employed. Now movement has been started to ffort week uttofi'ling tho Masonic grand; Miss Carrlc. 'I'llylor roturnnd to her

t I'LAY HERE I I church this week. The Christian peofple it i is proposed to carry the work a step organization of a home circle thrift I Iculgn an a delegate. A. H, Harley, home, at Lawtey Sunday, uftt'r spending V

and general public of Graham further by taking thrift into the. club in the homo of each member of district deputy grand master for this a week with her brother, It. Taylor -

;' Basket ball fans will have a chance Sampson Waldo, Theressa and Starkeare I home. every organization.: This will secure district, was also in attendance., ,

Vj fOf seeing two fast and interesting invited to attend these meetings.W. Plan of CampaignThe I the organization of uih Hubs in many Charles H. Churchill of Juekxon- Choir pruetleo will bn held every

games today (Friday) when the boys C, Hunt was a visitor to Jacksonville I educational campaign embraces I tliouftumlx of homos 'md i their example vllle, was in I.awtey visiting/ hU father Sunday afternoon, 2tO! at the home

and gills teams of Raiford meet the Sunday. four lines of propaganda converging I will extend throughout': those com S. M. Churchill first of the wouk. I lot Kev. und Mrs. I D. L. Phillips.Mrs. .

teams from Melrosc. These teams Mr. McEwen, of Theremin, was a on the home. munities. Layton Johns) returned to woik at VIIHCOU Crawford and baby ofJiuksorivillc

V are evenly matched, Melrose winninga visitor to Hampton Tuesday.Mrs. I First-Tbrlulth the m-hooln. A ser. While endorsements for the "thrift ,, Baldwin Sunday afternoon lifter VHiling | I ., arc hero for a two weeks'

V double bill in Melrose while Raiford T. J .Thomas, of Valdosta, wasa log of leaflets addressed to the parents club" movement could bi had In leirlon liomefolltH. visit with her parent' : Mr.' and 1\ln.

won both games on their home court. visitor recently at the home of her will lie distributed to the pupils with we append, only three, from I A. A. Crews, of Highland, WilliI J. H. MathlM.
1 father, O. Haynes. instructions Starko citizens who from their callings visitor : -----.A I-..! .-1-1 rnj r. 'WV
,1 Melrose has two fast teams but will to( carry them home. The I to Lawtey Saturday.
have to play snappy ball if they return | Mr. Humphreys, of Brooklyn, was a first of theMO leaflet, addressed! to the are thoroughly convinced of tho ne- A. I If f. harley und II. L. I lilunchurd, UAirOUDRaiford I

r with the large end of the score, 1 visitor to Hampton Monday. mother, tell her in child language ofa rossity for )HIIt'h} clubs, and who will I of Jacksonville, spent Sunday at their

as the Raiford boys and girls are con- D. W. Moore and family, of ThrloHpa message' from Uncle Sam. Then do their share In forwarding the homed here. JAn. 23.-Prof. R. A.

,'V fident of victory. The games will be attended the show at Hampton the Home Circle Thrift Club ideu !III movement .--- Greene; wits a visitor to Stance Wcdnemlay .

4 played on the Bradford High School ]I Friday. developed in a way that appeals to the I endorse the thrift habit as EAST .STARK: afternoon.

court, the game to be called at 3:30. j E. IJ. Poppcll, county superintendent family. by tho government to tho end VV Kennedy spent the week-end
V visited the Hampton school Tuesday. I I I that it creates the habit in East Starko Jar 23. Mrs. )David)
The admission will be only 25c and I A week later tho child takes home a tho youth with her parents in Luke Butler
S5c for both games. I Mrs. Norwood. of Plant City, visit second leaflet called a to i j 1 I (,f our county and state to save partof Luke left Friday morning for Baldwin Brady Koxier, Marion Browning
el. friend and relatives here last message their Income. where she culled be with
have two van to non ChcuU-Ifth Smith worn vlnltors to
S. games father and
The B. H. boys thin appeals to the head of
V I I I I fully believe! that when her father who Is ill.
scheduled in the near future with Du- \wtek.'; the house from a man's standpoint. this oilu- very Starke Monday.
| val and St. Augustine which will be I Dr. MIddleton of Starke, made a A few days later a third leaflet addressed I j" cation is placed before our citizenshIp Jail I). /Kicks of Waller, spent the The I in I ford high, school girls basket

', played away from home and the expenses professional. visit to Hampton Satur- to the mother and father [ that we Will have and produce a betiter week-end with hi.. wife, Mrs Jus. D. bull team play-id the Macrk'iiny team

will be heavy. Part of the I day. __ jointly is delivered by the child and I citJKennhlp. Ricks. Friday, the scorn being nine to five
money from the games today will go '- -----A--- this calls for the organization of a I E. R. POPPELL James Honmby killed) some fine In favor (,t MuccUnny.Kev .
IHATH OF M K. BLACKWELDER Secretary and 'Superintendent Schools hogs last week. C. Wolln who has been
to the B. II. S. club, so by attendingyou home circle thrift club on the foUow- I E.; undergoing -
, ; will be helping B. H. S., as well ing Friday evening or some other of Bradford County. I We are worry to report little Miss !:' some scriouH operations at
interesting The Sunday Times-Union had this Any plan) that has aw ltd object the Edna; Mae Strickland on the sick list Riverside hospital, Jacksonville, has
i a* seeing two games. evening that in convenient.For .
" to say about the death of a well known development of habits of thrift among this week. returned home

V NEW IJ. Y. P. U. OFFICERS and highly esteemed Bradford county the convenience of parents a our people l Is worthy of consideration I Mennrs Charley Cooper and Bryant The !Melrose high school banket ball
man : franked postal card is enclosed with As a practical virtue it Is most essentIal Mutt were visitors to the Camphor teams played the high school basketball
William A. Blackwelder C5 of the last leaflet. This postal card limply to contentment and I Farm Sunday.
) The new officers of the Senior B. Y. years happiness. I teams here Saturday afternoon.
P. assuming their duties last Sun- age, a resident of Lake Butler, died in states that a home circle thrift endorse the government' plan for developing Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Silcox and Mr. *The girls score was fifteen to fourteen -
U. .
at 5:15 club has been organized in that family habits of thrift. and Mrs. O. J. Harris of Starke
Mrs. O. G. Cooper, this city yesterday morning attended In favor of Raiford and the boy
day night were Herschell K. Crosby vice o'clock after a short illness. lie wasa and when signed and dopped in the E. S. MATTHEWS, << Sunday school Sunday after score ten to nine In favor of Raiford.

president; Doris Scott recording native of Bradford county and had mail will secure for that home some President Bank of Starke. noon. Herbert Hitch wa a visitor to the

president; Miss Nettie Dubose treasurer resided in Florida all his life. The interesting thrift literature, including All nation are developed and made J. O. Traxler county agent, recent. county seat Monday.Mr. \ .

secretary; Miss Mabel Reddish, corresponding body accompanied) by C. M. Black- suggestions for the family budget strong by thrift habit. Nations that ly visited our school and organized 1 a and Mrs. Jim .Dowllng spent the

; Miss Miss Doris Law, librar- welder, was forwarded to Dukes yesterday and illustrations showing how other remain prosperous happy and con club. Officer were elected as follows: week-end in Jacksonville
secretary; afternoon. The funeral will people have developed the idea of tented have the saving habit highly Mia Lucile Silcox, secretary; IIollls Mrs. E. C. Wells was a visitor to

Ian.Free is the new V president of take place this morning at 11 o'clock thrift. developed. I cheerfully endorse and Bower., presIdent., Jacksonville Sunday.

Wynn Y. P. U. -Joyce Brown, from Oak Grove church and the interment No effort 1 is to. be made to secure recommend the Federal Reserve Marlon T lJtone, of Gainesville, was B. I. Taylor and son Joe Taylor,'of
the Junior Brown; and Jea- will be in the family lot In Oak any report of the home circle thrift Bank's plan for reviving this very visiting friend in this section Sunday. Jacksonville went visitor\ here Saturday -
vice president; Gladys Grove cemetery. The ararngements club beyond the fact that it has been practical virtue among the citizens, PrQ4Ir meeting was well attended f V

:aie Mae Bai de11, recorders secretary; Audrey; Hazel were in charge of Moulton & Kyle. organized: for it la not, ; ,/desired to pry of our nation, our state our county Sunday''il"bt4, __ __ ._ V ,'

Johns, corresponding I into family dam.l'IondThrou&b.' and our city. Mrs. Angle 'Sternberg In harms -
Still librarian
Irma ?;
'Warren treasurer; Brownlee chpr. J. M. Truby is loading: a 'car With $ : the Jlress. WhIle J. H. hUTCh Mr. and? )Irs. W. F, Godwin, of Law. some Improvements done on her prcm.

ister. and Elizabeth V sweet potatoes for shipment north. this'work If taint on through the Cashier, Bradford County Bank I ta),, were visitors to tarke Monday. lies on North Cherry itreeC .

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Willie Price .visitor to Samp- vlo McKinney_.
looking was
burg Monday up :
in our
listen president were
month. Lorene ; ;
this Abernathy secretary. I turpentine leases ...i:: i lIOn Sunday afternoon.- I "'Mrhd Mrs:C. B. Roberta Jake 1.

Inez Mr. and Mrs,I. W. Pinholster, Jr., I, Fred Jackson expects to! Will Jones is. on the sick list Jthis .and, wife'>pent Sunday in Starke.
,,BpfcfU'Snturday in Starke Chop:ing and I II Ii the near future across the Wa *rouk' week.' .. .14< >- Me Vy Eddy, of Louise, attended!
i I attending:' tt business. I! branch to what is known as the Sapp Mrs. Je leMaIIlI.B.ofl\
County News Items E.' Williams bought and shipped a | place. attended the W. C here Friday. frank Abernathy has bought a Tort
carload of sweet potatoes to Jacksonville Mrs.Jessie Jones and Bessie Wynn truck.

Friday.R. \ Mrs Dowling, of Pine Hilt, was a left for Hastings Friday to spend a Mrs. Mary Sparks, of Louise. was

i ltt retlnfl fact Gathered During!!! the Week toRe.ular ; Our A. Andreu has sold his entire last week at the home of her flew days. here on business Friday. "
Correspondent. stock of goods to L. Johns, as well as daughter, Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Misses Ethel and Mabel Byrd left Little Elsie Birt and Ada Thomas,
the store building, and Mr. Johns will j Saturday for Tampa where they havegutrpfc of Louise!, attended Bible school I sun_
I .. conduct the business. It is not known |I GRAHAM 'accepted employment day. '

; it.. I I just what Mr. Andreu's plans are, but i 1 W. II. Guerney, of Mountcorha, was Miss Alma Price is visiting rein I II .
I. of Providence -, we hope not to lose him and his es- i I tives in Jacksonville this
LAKE BUTLER Levy Fralick and daughter, I I Graham Jan. 23.-The Woodmen in town Friday. week.
; i sI s were in town Thursday trans- \jtimable family. 1 1j Circle met 'rriaay' to install their ofMiss] Mabel McKinney: of Louise, Everybody invited to attend Bihitficers
II Lake Cutler, Jan. 23.-Mrs. Vftm- acting business. j Mrs. T. Andreu, of New River, spent for this year I spent Friday with her I sister, Mrs. Al- cUugi every /bunchy afternoon a t 8:80: l
1 berly, of Alabama, Is visiting her Gene Shallar and daughter, of Providence ' i Friday with her son, R. A. Andreu. i I
'I to Lake Butlei' I Gainey had the misfortuneof
mother, Mrs. Adkins, this week. were visitors Royce -
Mm. Dennison and baby, of Tuesday. i I breaking his arm while cranking
,4 vile, are guests of her Mrs. B. M. Williams, who has been 1'his father's car Sunday afternoon. Dr. -..
GaineS\\ '
I s :, Dick Hewitt, this week. visiting her uncle, Henry Fowler, is' Tribble of LaCrosse, was immediately
. Dr. J. M. Mann made a visiting relatives in Alachua this I called and administered medical aid.
J I j' I visit to New River Tuesday ", week I I Mrs. Alice Oliver and daughter, Willie
I I'y: Mrs. Math Sapp and baby, of Jack- Dr. Hodges, of the State Universityof Mae, were shopping in Starke
I sonville, are visiting her mother, !Mrs. Gainesville, gave an instructive lecture Monday. .
I j i. Rink Richard. at the club room Thursday evening j I. W. Pinholster, Sr., and H. C. Sur- .1.rOgs
I -- Me srs. Carl Alderman and Hobble 1 rency are in Jacksonville this week
I Swanson accompanied by the Misses Mrs. Stevens, of Valdosta, Ga., is a attending the Masonic grand lodge.
I Minors, of Gainesville, motored to !guest! of Mrs. P. M. Padgett.A | Hazel Warren, of Starke, spent
Lake Butler Sunday afternoon and class of fourteen members wag Saturday here with her mother. #
,, spent a few hours with Mr. Alder- organized Jan. 15th, under the direction I I Dr. J. Bishop, of Alachua, made a
man's parents. of Dr. (Hodges, who is sent out by professional call here Sunday after
,a II. Rosenberg hall has moat market the state university This class will noon.
fixed up nicely be known as the state university extension j S. V. Andreu has been confined to
I Rcnhi Moran has sold 1 his stock of class and will meet each Monday her bed with an attack of lagrippe.
goods to Mitch Markee and Mr. Mar- of the month. On the first and I i, Mrs. Bloxham Ward and little son
ken will occupy the same building. i third Mondays the class will be held returned to their home in Gainesville
1..o1l1-0ne past matron's Eastern at the club room, the other meetingswill Sunday after spending several days
( Star pin, between the club room and be held in the school building. here with relatives. ors ,
the home of S. S. Proctor. Anyone Civics and biology will be studied. This '\'i-, Miss Olga Ward!, of Gainesville,, ,
+, finding same will please return tot being a community class anyone is at spent Sunday here with her parents, rf phb.
Miss Marshall Proctor and receive aI' liberty to join and a cordial invitation Mr. and Mrs E. J. Ward.
t is tended Dr. Hodges will lecture
liberal reward. I Mrs. A. A. Ilazen and daughter,
c Messrs. Jim Shaw and Wingate, of once a month at the club room.C. Opal, wore In Alachua Saturday shop-
Nassau county, were transacting business F. Rivers and family and Misses,I .
i here Tuesday. Thpy expect to Mildred Roberts and Ella Mae Strick pin Grady 11; Kelly of the University of
,I' . buy a farm in this vicinity. land visited at the home of T. H. Florida, Spent the, week-end with rela
i J. P. Merrill, of New Hiver, visited Rimes, of Worthington, Sunday after I tives.
'i"; his daughter!! Mrs J. L. Lavender, Sat- noon.
urday. The many friends of Bill Stewartare Mrs. Wiley Kelly and daughters, .
; Sarah and Loree, of New River, spent
to learn of illness I i I
Mr and Mrs W. C. Townsend spent sorry S
I Sunday here with her daughter, Mrs.A. .tl"'lIi.
>;': several days in Jacksonville this week I I Rev. S. S. Proctor and John Croft A. Hazen. "
t, with Mrs. J. I). Alderman. ]I spent Sunday at the State Prison H. P. Gainey and family attended ')
Mr. F. G. Si-hell is recovering from Farm. ,i services at union church near Starke,
her recent illness. !I, Mrs. J. B. Barker, of St. Augustine, Sunday.J. .. I
Mrs. S. E. Parrlsh and daughter, was the guest of Rev. S. S. Proctor F. Brooks and family left Fridayfor GBTsometodayl
\ Lois, left Tuesday for Wayrro, da., and W. C. Townsend and family during St. Petersburg, where they will ,It. J}
to join Mr. Parrish and make their the week. Strikes W
make their future home. H. Brown call Lucky
home there. )Dr, J. M. Mann returned Sunday
I,I Willie of from Vidalia, Ga., after week's visIt hag! the farm of Mr. Brooks in charge.!! H
1 Sheriff Epperson and son, a Chester Andreu, of New River, was just right.Because !
d Starke, motored to Lake Duller Sun- with relatives. in town Saturday afternoon.' ; .,. Lucky Strike cigarettes tl I' 4
day afternoon. The Liberty Belles will come to Lake Prof. Brinkley Hayes was in town ,
'..f; The mothers club met Monday afternoon Butler Feb. 11th and will give a high Monday afternoon on business. give you the
and an interesting programwas class entertainment at the schoolhouse
Miss Belle Eubanks returned to her
I rendered, Mrs. P. M. Padgett, I Everyone invited to be present. home in Lake City Sunday after a twowelk good, wholesome .i \
j i,I presiding. Subject for discussion" was This Is the second attraction of the visit here with her friend Ruby flavor of toasted '
"Why am I a club member? Delicious IIt'aRon. Crosby j 4'

I refreshments were served by Mrs. James and family, of Cuba, J. E. demons spent Tuesday in Burley tobacco.1
Mrs. B. D. ITarrcll mid !Mrs. W. F. lave: moved to our town. Jacksonville! on buuiiioMti.
Loadholtx, hostesses for the afternoon The W. C. T, U. met at the Baptist L. Gainey made a business trip to Guaranteed byi 7 1
C Rev. Frank Fowler, of Tennessee, Is church Tuesday, at 4 o'clock and a SturKe! Monday. r Z Jnt ftiC :'t 1
the of his brother, II. L. Fowl rendered. Mrs. ( rcCati ff +
guest splendid program was Messrs.! Eldon Baxter and Abe Crosby ......*.*> BBBsJ I
er. A. O. Smith presided. accompanied by Ruby Crosby and p ,
Mrs. C. F. Rivers has resigned herr i Mrs. J. L. Lavender and children Ina Strickland, were visitors to New
," ., work In the high school and Mrs. A, O. arc spending the week with her parents River Sunday aftel'noon.DUDcan .
.., ,: Smith has ncepted the! place. i Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Merritt, of B. Curry, of Jacksonville, I it's
II T, H. Rimes, of Worthington, was New River. was here Saturday in the interest of
a guest of his daughter!! Mrs A. C. I Mr. and Mrs Preston Williams, of the Reliance Insurance Co. toastedl'

Strickland, Saturday New River, were guests of Mrs. W. E. Mra. Ellis Bailey, of Plant City,
Is visiting in Lake {!
Virgil: Edwards Loadhollz Saturday. came Thursday to attend the funeralof t
Butler, after a stay with his brothers, I Joe Dowling, St., and Miles Crews, her sister, Mrs. Arthur Minion, but ',
Tom and Vernon, of Alachua county. of New River, were trading in town arrived too late, the burial taking -- -- l'
4 Mrs Arthur Brannen has a son ill i Wednesday.
I place the day before.
,I at this writing. I, Mr. and Mrs. Dock Crews of New 111'P.'' S. Colson has been sick partof I III. 9
J. J. Jones, of Micanopy, was the Saturday.
River, were visitors to town the week.
guest of J. W. Townsend Monday | Charles Register attended the Ma- Miss Annie McLeod, of Dukes, and
N Miss Katherine Epperson has recovered sonic grand lodge: in Jacksonville this sister Mrs. Osteen Thursday
L. T. spent First Carload Of The
school from again.a severe illness and is in i! week. The afternoon Literary with Society friends.has prepareda n Season.l i

Mr. and Mrs W. J. Epperson MEETING CF HKOOKF.K SEWINGI for
\ special Friday even-
'. Col. D. E.: Knight, of Starke, visited I CLUB-OTHER ITEMS ing, and the public ia Invited to be \ \I, .
friends here Wednesday. Mr. and
-- .lk .lty
I' present, especially the patrons and
Mrs. Epperson attended the O. E.'f'tinlt Brooker, Jan.: 23.-The Brooker
trustees of this and the nearby schools.
Wednesday evening. i sewing: club met Friday afternoon, A business meeting is planned after
Mrs. Alice E. Shultz left Thursday ; Jan. 16th. The club was opened witha
the society is over, pertaining to better
r morning: for Jacksonville, where she club song, after which the Lord's
school advantages for Brooker, Pine
will visit Jackson O. E. S. j Minutes of
Chapter Prayer was repeated.
Hill, Bradford and Ziff schools. We
'. Proctor left Monday afternoon last and Roll
A. E. meeting: read approved.
hope a great interest will be manifested -
for Jacksonville to attending the was called with all members present. at this meeting.R. .
meeting of the Masonic grand: lodge. A lesson in hemming was given: by our A. Weeks was here looking after
.;" John Osteen, of Providence, spent county demonstration agent, Mrs. F. business interests Saturday. Mr.
f.' Monday night with Rev S. S. Proctor, Scott, of Starke, after which several
Weeks ia thinking of moving his fam-
'*h leaving Tuesday morning: for Jackson games were played. The club thenadjuurl1l'd ily here in the near future. i
'; ville. until its next InI
t' 7: meeting
Fred Hazen, who has been employed -
in Hampton, spent Sunday and ,
f Monday here with his parents, Mr.
and 1\11'1. D. W. Hazen.
I : Hurley Hazen, of Alton, spent! the j
\;tI week with his parents, Mr and Mrs. :

I \ ,,> Which? G. W. Hazen.
:.. ';( ,' Mri. C. M. Andreu, of Jacksonville, I cTThfltIi
I '1 ('amoVedneRday to spend a. few days
,; with her daughter, Mrs. Clarence I
New Nom.
I'' Mis' Maude Shaw spent the weekend S
$50 forPainting with her mother, Mrs! B. Shaw. ,
Any news of interest! will bo ap-
pre h.ted by the correspondent.
w t ((1i II. y P. U. Organize

Sunday night: a B. Y. P. U. was organized
at the Baptist church with
: j uy,,. .J LIX\ or the glowing/ officers:
!'evident, Prof. E. W. Carter.

J) ." "" $500 for We president, Truby Pinholster.
Secretory and treasurer, Edna Bax
RepairingA1000 ter.
Quiz leader, Mrs. Shrlvcr.
r T1 Organist, Ruby Crosby.

'\, Program committee, Marguerite ,
,I Shriver. Ruby Crosby and Inez Aber-
'11\1 h),
Soliciting! committee, Edna Baxter,

r i'" per cent Investment Lubrdia Pinholster., Eunice Hazen. Our first carload of Mules and Horses for this season arrived

t1 t That's the way to look et p.1.inting--as an investment, not RISING Monday--22 Mules and 4 Horses. These animals are of the

Z I an expense. Look around you nt the houses going to rack Rising, Jan. 23.-Baptism was held size most demanded by the farmers
H;+' and and
and ruin
What is There are
:, doing itl' The weather. is only .. near the Primitive Baptist church last young,
i one defense against weather and that is faint. But paint, Sunday.J. well broken. If you need draft tock we can suit
,'; like weather, is! of many: kinco.: Beware of the fair weather E. Norman visited at the home of you.

paint. It docs not protect:, it only deceives. Buy a paint G. I.. Kersey last Sunday, the latter We'also have on hand a large stock of Wagons Harness
;t that has proved its staying power. being very ill.W. ,

.' SWPShM-wln-Williams( ilouM efficient In protecting property It .'M. and J: W. Edwards, of Starke Bridles and Saddles. Everything we sell is guaranteed.

Paint, Prepared) has a fifty-year puts an armor between your
record. Its Ingredients are what buildings and the element and How' This ?
, .xpcdooc* baa proved' to Iw auwt also ado beauty and flcaalln*** CATARRH h W at. off cannot r '100.00 b.for curd any CM tor of HAU/f ea.l rrt J. W. ANDREWS & SON

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THERESSA ling I be done by dipping the seed in 11000:]

I B. F. Gainey visited relatives in solution of corrosive sublimate for

. "I Bradford County Farmers II III Theressa, Jan. 23.-R. M. King Guilford Sunday.Rev. I five minutes. Then rinse the need in

I spent a few days during last week in'' Joyner was the guest of Mr. clean water, and immediately plant

Macon, Ga., combining business with and Mrs. II. S. Long Saturday.
pleasure. i John S. Green and son, Jud, of Baker The Quinine' Tbat Dow Not Ailed He scat 1'',

I TIME TO PREPARE LAND FOIL middle of the canes will not sprout i spores can be gotten from neighbor Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey and chit county, were week-end guests of '"' of Its tote and Ia..r1v. meet LAX*,
SUGAR CANE CROPSubmitting The moisture necessary for sprouting ing trees where they are abundant, or dren were visitors to Starke Wednes-' J. N. Roberts. | five 11ROMO QUININE nufilna: CT.b<.u> otn.b. ,tear,
I to each end of the from trees where they are liv- and Dennis of by anyone without Dt'rvotl'O'" or ti pee
naturally goes orange day. I Theo. Pinkston Argo, in the llee I ( In RecommendedAt canes, leaving the middle! buds un up- ing on the purple scale of the orange.If Miss Dora McEwen, teacher in the Dukes, were visitors here Monday.! -

plied. If planted in 4 1-2 foot rows, the grower cannot obtain a supplyof Middleburg school spent Saturday i, .-- at

., the opening of the spring season the seed cut and lapped about 10 percent these fungi in his neighborhood, he with homefolks. <. CARE OF TOMATO SEED BED TO

: the farmer generally plan their operation -, in the furrow, it will take 2,200 can purchase them from dealers. Cleveland Lee, of Lakeside, was a CONTROL DISEASE I II ,Ii
; HO that. when planting time stalks averaging 3 feet each to plant I I Having obtained a supply of the visitor to Hampton Saturday after. 'i DAVISAgency

I\ comes it finds them ready to take Alp an acre. Planted in 5 foot rows, which spores of the fungi, the spores are noon. I i I ;bed: should be made
the work in the order in which it is recommended on the best types of I washed off in the water, and the liquid Ed Smith, of Gainesville, was a visitor The tomato s
should be done. C. K, McQuarie. soil bout 1,800 stalks of this same then sprayed on to the trees witha here Sunday. 'I I is new soil, or if this ii not sterilized.convenient -, Est 1886

State agent, nays that sugar cane being length will plant an acre. I knapsack sprayer. It is very Important Mrs. S .B. Woodard and son, Sam- the soil should be either ;
be done by ,
one of the most important crops that this spraying outfit should uel were shopping in the county metropolis 1 Sterilization can
on the small farms, deserves attention CONTROLLING SAN JOSE SCALEON never have been used for Bordeauxor I Saturday. I I steam heating or by formaldehyde.Dr. C. In D. I I INSURANCESTARKE

first of all, for the reason that it may PEACH TREES lime sulphur solutions, as there P. II. Neal returned to Lake Okee. case of heating by steam. of

1 be planted several weeks earlier than will nearly always be enough of t.hQseI chobee after spending a few days on Sherbakoff, associate pathologist the I I

any of our general farm crops. By San Jose. male Is one of the worst fungicides left in the outfit to kill the business here. He was accompanied the experiment station says until, I

I I giving it early attention, it clears the enemies of the peach tree. .In fact pores of the fungi. For the larger by M. M. Brinson. | teaming should be continued a j l

i way for the farmer to give attention this scale, the borer and root-knot are I grower it Is better to keep an outfit Miss Stella Cloversettle was a visitor potato tuber placed at a depth of 4

A t to other crops, such as corn, potatoes, the common causes of the very short especially for this purpose. I to Hampton Friday. inches will be thoroughly cooked.Whenthe
I ', etc., when planting time arrives. life of the peach trees in Florida, nays The small grower, with only a tree Mrs. R. M. Kersey and children formaldehyde method is used, dilute I-

? Land for sugar cane should be thoro- J. R. Watson, entomologist at the Expuiiturit or two, can apply this material with"a spent a few days last week around the substance (40 per cent I -
tl 1y plowed and well pulverized. In the Static.,. clean brush such as the cheap brushes Lake Butler with relatives. strength) one part to 60 parts of water rCOFFINS CASKETS '

plowing process, it is recommended The scale in itself is a very nm.illl used for applying whitewash. This is, Mrs. Jno. Phillips spent several and when the seed bed Is ready -
)ii, that the land be sub-soiled unless it is thing, considerably smV.'er' than t.e: of course, a much more laborious pro- days in Palatka visiting relatives. for planting, but about two weeks, before And a fall line of

.F too wet. If the soil is too wet this head of a pin, and difficult to see with- cess than spraying, but where a manias Miss Eloise Owsley and Ruth Mc- it is planted, apply the diluted Undertakers' Supplies

can be determined by the first slice of out a good lens. On young and tender only a few trees it will obviate Ewen were visitors to Hampton formaldehyde at the rate of a halfgallon Automobile Hearse.
+ 01 the turning plow. Should thin slice shoots it maker its presence known I the necessity of buying a separate to a square! foot. Cover the bed
Thursday afternoon. t I II
t have of the tissue and the I with sacks for about 24 hours after Always on hand. The bent service
a somewhat glazed appearancethe by a reddening outfit. been the
A. Jones has
Mrs. W. on
soil IB too wet to recommend the ,limb finally dies, and l the whole tree be | this is im- applying the solution, to hold the poisI at the lowest price... Special
The spores should sprayed on to sick list, but at writing
subBoiling.I may do so. oning in the soil. As soon as the plants attention to telegraph order
9 the limbs and twigs of the trees. The pioving. I
The tool used for this subaoiling There two of fighting begin to them with
are means come up, spray :
I leaves of less in visitor to
are importance case John Hall was a Hampton -
need not be an elaborate affair. A this insect in Florida. In the wintertime of the peach tree, as the San Jose Friday. 3-4-50 bordeaux mixture. Repeat this Registered Embalmer
R, four inch shovel on a scooter Block when the trees are dormant,they 1 spraying once every week until the
scale Is not often found on them. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh! Norton, who
the in the should be with ready for transplanting to I PeWITT C. JONES '
A following turning plow name sprayed lime-sulphur This fungus often does very good have been living near Hampton for plants are
4, furrow, puts the soil in an ideal condition solution, using one part of the commercial the field. Starke Fla.
work during a comparatively moist several months, have moved back to I ;I
to maintain moisture during the solution to eight parts of Water i It is always advisable to disinfect
I season, even in the winter time, althoit this section. rs =-- -
dry spring months, which in this state The trees mu t be sprayed thor- I
grows best during: the rainy season, Mrs. II. E. Moorer was shopping In' -
is and May with this solution but only when ::
generally April sometimes oly I
Juno to August. However, the care- Starke Thursday.
o into June. in the dormant condition.
running they are '
? I ful grower will need to supplement its Miss Stella Cloversettle left Sun
The moisture content of the Boil i. That is to say when the leaves are all
work with the Lime-Sulphur spray in day for Grandin to visit her grandpar- j
f really the controlling factor in crop off or nearly so, and the trees have not the winter. ents. I
production of all kinds. This is espe- started to bloom. January is the best
W. A. Jones visitor to
cially true of the sugar cane crop, month to do this. Put if your trees was Hamp-1'
which requires! a very large amount of have not started in February it couldbe MORE POULTRY IS NEEDED ton Wednesday afternoon. SunI I
William Hall, of Waldo, spent .
I -
i moisture to.give it a satisfactory yield. done at that time." This solution I
day here with his Mr. and !
I When planting this crop, furrow can be used in the spring and summer, Supply In Scarce and Over-Production' parents
Mrs. M. Hall.
should be laid off by the use of a mid- but must be made more dilute ((1 pArtto Is Hardly Possible I i*
Mr. and Mrs Robt. Lee, of Lakeside -
i dle burster, 4 1-2 feet on the poorersoils 30)). But this summer strength I
few at St.
p and 6 to 6 1-2 fort on the better is not nearly as efficient in kill- spent a days Augus- I f
The time to begin the increase in tine with relatives.
land. This furrow should be made almost ing the scale and should not be used ,
poultry production is now II. E. Moorer was transacting bus-! I.
as deep as the land was broken, as a substitute for tho winter treat- THE UNIVERSAL. CAR
Dr. N. W. Sanborn extension
poul- ness in Hampton Monday. |
J' unless on wet flatwoods soil. If thin ment, but as an additional means of:
try specialist at the College of Agriculture Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koon, of Waldo, ,
furrow is made too deep on wet soil combatting the scale. Thin winter SUREST THING IN THE WORLD
f! : nays to start the hatching were guests; of her parents, Mr. and
should be applied to the
spraying I season earlier. Plan to have the first Mrs.' J. P. Padgett during the week- I
planting ;
trees regularly, as have made four. There would fnot
peach every year hatch coming off as soon as the cold end. I Two and two always

furrow, covering the seed and injuring there may be numbers of scale when winter days are over. Chicks from Messrs? M. Z., C. and Andrew Sullivan be more than three minion five hundryd thousand Ford'cars in -
] the seed buds. considerably. On the their Is not easily detected
presence the early hatches will be the moot ec- and C, A. Rhames I one-half of all the
were about automo-
among daily service- which is just
higher lands, however, the seed should by anyone not used to looking for
onomical birds on the farm throughthe the isitors to the
bp planted in drop furrows and cov them. The season when one can spray cold Reason. county metropolis bites in America- the Ford as a reliable motor car did not I I-Io :
Bred lightly at fust-just enough to in Florida with this strong wash is so< Saturday. I and
i Turning the natural farm wastage Mr. and Mrs. J. L. King: were visitors meet the demands of all classes of people everywhere un- I
maintain moisture to enable the buds short that the grower must be pl'ompt
I into food, to his own profit, is a thing to Hampton Monday afternoon.The der all circumstances.
to sprout. Later on, more\ soil should in attending to the matter. )
I, be worked to the growing! crop There are a number of fungi; whichdo the farmer can do by raising poultry. box and oyster supper given Two and two have always! made four. If the material the r,
lie aloe
can improve his land to a here Saturday night at-
was largely
''i Seed should he cut in three 01 four extremely efficient work in keeping
the marvelous Vanadium steel used in the construct-
certain extent by saving the manure tended and enjoyed. The sum of $41.- iron and
joint lengths, and laid In this furrow, down this scale in Florida, among I
lapping about 10 per cent Wh"lo them the red headed scale fungus is Poultry manure is not usually collected 50 was raised to be used for the bene ion of the Ford chassis, were not of the highest quality known [
and saved, yet a flock of fifty fowls fit of the Christian church.
canes should never be planted, because the most important. With the begin to science of Metallurgy, then the Ford car could not have
will give a ton of manure that A of
Mr. and Mrs
it ix a waste of need and also ning of the rainy season in June, the properly party composed '
t s used has a high fertilizing value. I C. A. Rhames, Mrs. J. E. Owaley and won its world-wide reputation for reliability.
should l should his trees
immeditrlyafter thoroly
r a dry spell occur grower spray
t planting, several joints in the with the pores of this fungus. These The farmer need not fear an overproduction son, Charlie, and D. W. Moore, were Two and two have always ,'made four. When replace :

production is of increased poultry and a hundred eggs. per If Monday.among the visitors to the county seat ments and repairs are required on Ford cars, the Ford owner :

cent over that of last year there will will be wise in bringing his car to our place, because we use ..

la :t' I ,.::t""-" """ .!4..; ..;.;'.(.",.-" '".".,. -, still be a large gap between the num- FIVE MILE only the Genuine Ford Parts and we have the Ford skilled
i. ..I'- 'IJ' t .. ;,liit ber of producers and consumers, and
mechanics and all the Ford knowledge that to
k' "., 'fns,. w :J the demand for poultry products will Five Mile, Jan. 23.-Rance Parrish goes ,
s ;
ji 1r "r, '.;.i.4 ., be continuous. If expensive feeds are and John Douglass made abuslness the highest standarn of quality which is original in the Ford $

Ii I ,'. ,. ':t' n.a not used in the production, the profit trip to Gainesville Wednesday. car.

'r' ,;' \.r '?" :. will be worth while. Mrs. P. P. Dekle and daughter, Nor-
ma, were shopping in Lake Butler Sat.
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I ', . urday. FORD GARAGE
I 4u Or***** TutetoM cUUmtona ..... A of f
4 aw "fc<' merry crowd young people l
; ** "Q,; 'f!t : vitality and roerfr .by potUrfnJ and sarlcbI gathered: at the home of Mr. and Mrs.F. .
w n' sit rs .:+":JO .i.'t I \the blood. You can soon tolluStnottk- L. Drawdy Saturday evening and .- t
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Snow-swept Iowa Dirt RoadsAlready

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s. r t t wee tt' .a4 V ,v W 1'' driven more than 12,000 miles, an minute. .
v r Essex stock touring car has established a new 1

world 24-hour mark of 1601 road miles, over Doesn't It Settle the

Iowan, snow-bound, dirt roads of Eastern Light Car question? id' a

Prior to Essex,light weight in an automo- ;r

s y ja.7 Not a stop was made for repairs or adJust- bile meant principally moderate price, and a

ments. Running day and night, Essex com perhaps gasoline and oil economy. k::

TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY: pleted the gruelling test without a halt except Light cars had no distinction of speed or ,,1

q Through the courtesy of the Telegraph, I wish to sincerely thank you for for fuel and oil. Not even a tire change was power. Buyers did not expect fine appear-

your vote in the past and to state that I will not ask for re-election to the made. ance and performance.

,I louse of UfpreHeiitatives. My reason for declining the race is that I do not The average speed was 47.3 miles per hour. The coming of the Essex changed that. It
I' feel that I can at this tame make the financial sacrifice of attending,the session brought fine
I of the Legislature. Etsex Also Holds theWorld's car quality, speed, power and
;' t While a member of the Legislature; I earnestly worked for the interest of endurance to the light car field. Its perform-
St $ our county and state at all times. I fought; for the abolition of unnecessary SO-Hour Mark ance was matched only in the large costly
x. offices and against the creation of new offices. I fought \
unnecessary appropriations car class.
d and strived to lessen the burden of taxation and to equalize taxes. An Essex stock chassis also holds the
I introduced and obtained the passage of the "Green Free Serum Bill." This world's 50-hour endurance mark of 8037 iJlfiJ1 it any wonder that Essex has made a

,,, bill provides for the return in serum of from $10 to $16 of each hog'owner'e miles, under A. A. A. supervision, on the Cincinnati WOtdldfS sales record of more than S35.000.000 !

ing tax money. This means a great deal to our county as it is a large hog produc- speedway, 22,000 Essex cars, in its first year?
I introduced and passed memorial to Congress asking for the refund of In three starts, the same Essex ran a total delivery.are There is booking orders for spring
illegal cotton tax: collected by the from citizens no possibility that all buy-
government of our county and of 6870 miles in 94 hours 22 minutes actual
+ state. Now this matter is left to our congressional delegation. I supported a ers can be served. Now is the time to makeSMITH'S
bill whereby Bradford county would have obtained near $300,000) state aid on ._ driving time, averaging more than a mile a your reservation.

our roads, had it become a. law. I passed and supported many other,less important -
) measures of which time will not permit mention. The Journal show _ ..,. :... .1
I that I never missed a roll call on general measures, and that all bills coming ,
before the Committee on Education of which I was chairman were acted upon. -
,, I want to be County Judge of Bradford County. I have sufficient legal train. GARAGE
+ '; ing- to perform the duties connected with this offlice. and I can assure you that
y if I am elected that my services will be prompt, sincere and efficient. I am STARKE; FLORIDA
native of our county and I of it.
S am proud I respectfully ask the support
every Democrat In Bradford county in the coming primary. a'I
t+ -Adv.- E. A. (tEX) GREEN.

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1 mlnedly squelthed thdl munethlnfr", and dear little girl\ even though she was . was" a normal-- woman and she didn't
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r I :presented" an unsmiling 111to the the butterfly type he detested Of quite forget Jimmy's statement that .

young man. Rich Man Poor 'course he did not guens that Harriet she had beau the person In the

Fifty-Fifty Chester. Kudlkc-i seemed oblivious to ,had etude up the society role to thaw Time and Tide country who land not made allowancefor

her coldness. U'lih much gallantry betook ,him just bow Impossible luxe-making' the change In time kl

her bag complimented her on her' Man I :with her would be. Hut despite It all Now Jimmy owned a klppy little

: + I appeal-mice' htlped her Into the car, II ;lie proponed.. to her the day she unlUviiuied .Jf: power boat. There was only a three-

II und kept up u running fire of convey I her Intention of leaving fur foot rise and full In the tide of their .

I satlon during the three'tulle drlxe. 1v ,home cove, nnd the power boat could not be
t By DORA MOLLAN By ELIENNE ST. CLAIRE I "I could think of such a tiling" By DORA MOLLAN.C.errkh4 w
described his sister's house In an not b roil K lit | p to the whtirf except nt high

i iCOp.r..t. amused fashion, commented on Its ,,1-ht, answered In dIIlIlUl)'. "Goodnens, water so It was customarily left at a Till

name, nod answered that be would .nol'' mooring about 215)) feet oft shore nnd

f 1111. br the McClure N..>- leave that to Elizabeth to explain (Cv|>, Pftp Isle.,r tr Syndicate. Ih. UoClur.> N'..- Melville did not wait to plead his : ISIS. by. ill. McClure N...- reached by nieunw of the rowboat lr

paper 0.410at.., "Of course" thought Sally Inwardly, cause He went away without Haying paper "PAd'c.' It was, Saturday afternoon and Jlm- Y
Ted Joy came Into the family dinbe I' ,"this Is all for the benefit of the jitney 'nich man poor man. It always |,a word, lenxlng Harriet wondering Jimmy Rpellmnn looked at his mj'a half holldiiy., 1'I1py't're to en-

room doling out the morning mall man. He's making a show of treating ended there Harriet let the daisies ,I {whether to laugh or cry. She: did. not watch, rowed ashore made bis bout terliiln his senior partner and the purtner's -

ud commentingwitb*-eIfl'DaJ'lIl p- line like _.n.J'.
urn nee of each letter before parting t ''be just as nonchalant about It as be I 'stamped her pretty foot with annoy- i j minutes remained In which to cuKh the four flatfish he had caught occasion and Eleanor assisted' I

irltb It. "Here's one for you from 4s." 10 II I'e. It was much better to remain : her train und "she, hurried to get that inclining.: Then he walked up by n woman In for the day 'was flying

lunt Ann, mother; the ever-unwel- I When the car flopped' and 'bet ,a stenographer.. und earn her own (llv- ,,rend). the path to the hoUHo whlstllug 1t1l'I)'. around too Intent tin' the arrangements :

me little bill for yours, dad ; two for ,pulled bock the curtains bally behelda Jug than Inflict herself upon some poor I The train was late, and us llarrlctwaited [It was 7 o'clock. i t'IIIIt1r'ould be to puy' ninth attention to the

ours truly, and only one for you I tiny house hip-roofed and shingled, : hard,working! IIIHII she had decidedlong >I at the station she hud all-opportunity just coining downstairs. lie would mnn of the house.

ally. What's happened to diet?- I nestling close to the country road. On ; before. If It had to be a poor I to think It over She had cook the fish while she prepnred the The latter felt himself quite) unneceasnry ;

Ipped ;you two day. now." He ,the broadernmde stood Kllrabeth and imuu or no moan then It would bo no ,been an Idiot to net\ the way she had remit It the breakfast and here would and so, after consulting an

paused to scrutinize carefully a large her husband his arm about her shoulders mint' of thnt she was confident. II | ,$be decided. Rxcu It he was pour he be plenty of time to catch the o'clock alumnae as to the tide announced that ,)

quare brown envelope, Ignoring his I While Chet was settling with I "Look out '1" The cry came across ,was perfectlnit wits poverty compared -ar Into town as tmtuil.Klcnnor be would tow the roxxhont over to ;'

F lister's outstretched hand while he the jitney man his sister drew Sally the Held but before hornet could to hiipplnoHsT' She: luxed htm. : awe not In the kitchen or dipt Moore's unil lenxe It there to be ,.'

marked : "Says Tlfly-flfty' In the I Indoors and up to the guest room, :scream out the was lifted In two big ;;Now she knew It, It was too lute. I'er-" the dining room, no Jimmy went to the oxeihniiloil. 'Ihe m cnptnln could tic: that .

rner-and some address-sounds where! a cheerful Ore burned on the :anus und carried over the fence just ;hiips' It wii" not too lute Her baggnge foot of the Mil Irs und culled up. A lenk lit no time, ho explained, find, the .. :j

like a tooth 1.88Ie-" ,health. : 'fIn dune The Infurlntod bull that she ; wits checked through, but she did. steepvcilce unswciedlint do.yon tide would be high shout R, so lie could

"Or a lottery number," added bis "Take off jour wet things and get I 'Iliad mistaken' for nn Inoffensive con ,out think of that. She hits beside her wamtl"'N'hy bring thu motoilmut up to limo wharf

they "Give the 1 letter to Sally Ted J Into a negligee," she commanded "and ,had been maddened by her rod swept- .aunt's hired man In the old ramlUlmrklo It's after 7, dour ; time jou In plenty of time to dress beforo theguests

ou're worse than a country post. let's make ourselves comfy here by ;er und would hn\c trampled or gored/: hnnK.x, mid was ordering him were down. A pan' HO. Then the arrived.Klranor. V

nan." the fire. The men of the house will 'out her life bed It not been for her to tll'lto the farm where Melxllle sleepy xolce again, this time In Injured had tllmnlNHcd her hunhand +

Sally was glad to hide her dlsap- 'start dinner. I want to talk to you '!'rescuer."ThereI". 'worked, just us tho train whistled nt ncct'iits: "It's nail'! it, Jllllm).." Jimmy I ,tram. her thoughts tnllrely. too busy

olntment at not leeching a letter In : before we go down so sine your excluuiHtluns The man panted us lie :time bend. consulted his watch ugh ln ; then a even to glance nut of the xxlndoxv and

Chefa familiar scrawl I by appearing about tho house and the'Iewou placed: her" on the grass "we are ell "lie has gone to tho rltcr" time farmer sudden. thought) at rock him und he I watch for his tetuiii. At a quarter
/.Interested' In the one bearing the cryp- ,>!\ cun't, see It well 511a'Way, Jsnfe now. told. In'r. rolled' buck laughing! "Siiy, ,den the after 5 she WHS consulting anxiously
1\\;;,tic number "Quickest way to find out till later Harriet had closed her eyes', but she The rlxerl' I II"r'.l's' hood swam. joke' on }ou. :Ion fOI'lIlIt to set jour I with the wuiiiiin nhoiit soinethlnu that

''f.; 4s' to open It, I suppose" and Sally I' "1"Irllt" I'll confess that I told you a .opened them now The man was Just : :There arms only I our thought In her watch upend lust nlKht. I toiler' hurry didn't NN'111 to bo going' Just right and

{ {loped the action to the word. fib about Chefs not being able to ins milP had been plt'lurlng-tali. hid, 1ullid. :Melxllle hud gone to end his up n ml 1 1'11111111'1 thu breiikfimt." left to fly tipsuliH) to change, hefhousewifely
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i. i Glancing, at the first few lines she come. Now don't get huffy-It's because :brawny und handtiotiie."Oh |,lllo bemuse t-he hud d so cruelly rtjected .11 in my Wlla1'11 xciscd In l'III11I.llIre.m rye gluncltig' to right ausl
I'm fond of and want thank you, she breathed."Howexer him. She oel/.ed the lines from the but nut expert In turning out a discern possible
ned over to the signature you you very left un the army to any ?
< l 1D. lu a surprised tone eXclUlm'l ifor a Mater tint I'm taking all this did you curry uie over that 'I startled hired mnn and whipped up the wl'l1l1l'l triple llowexer, he did his best, 'flaw In tho luau a rtdole order of ths) w
'tram Chefs sister Elizabeth trouble just at this lime when I'm up 'fence, '' old borne. The hoist responded nobly, and In half an hour the fish nnd coffee' bouse. 'i

hken a little house out In Browne' I to my neck In work I wasn't 'cam- He looked down nt the demure little 'but to Harriet It was a snail's pace. were rendy. Hut still no leunor.. So \\et, mindy tracks' tin the stairs trope

Hie. Its on a river and It's hardly .tntng' In my letter. We are bard up person of ninety pounds on the grass )I The river hove lu sight. She was out he made the trip to the foot of the fronted. her Hastening buck for a i

Dished yet." Just now and besides fixing up this (before him and smiled. "It was just before they stopped at the bridge and stairs again and hulled her, "Break cloth, she followed I hl"ln11', almost 10't.
like carrying a baby, he replied, then stopped[ punting On the bank IH nnd 1 will lm\e, twenty be carsless -
|Then, reading along "They've taken house on next to nothing I'm earning I fast served lrnr.. llnxv could Jimmy su
by the year ; expect to stay thereof enough to carry us along for the present :,amused. : 'just a few yards from the road sat minutes with you It you hurry, Lazy nt this llmeT The tracks led to
lIt the time. They've named Ittyfltty. just doing those little water That wns a shock to Harriet's dig 'Mf'h'lIle. calmly fishing Harriet hones.:. 'an unused room, nt the back (It tbs
.' She wants me to come colors." nity. Sitting so serenely on the grass stopped long enough: to get her heart "Hut It really Isu'tI3.4 ; ahyxhouhlI house. 1'ur.rled und a little unt'llay."hI" ,

en over the week-end." "But I thought Jock-" began Sally. ;after such a thrilling rescue she had ,back to Its tun'mnl bent and then crept lone an hour's sleep just to please" enllrwl' !, "Ton thfiu Jimmy'" A ,

|,"Belleve In being original don't "Now don't Interrupt till I finish," felt like a heroine In a novel but now silently toward him.I the people' who made that fool In' 'I' J'lJu" '> ii. n n muttered "Yes."

ey?" commented Ted. "I like Elle- ,went oh her hostess "Jock has gone ,she rose sheepishly aud brushed the I I I Melxllle was staring out over the came buck the Injured voice, "\\'<'ll, Ttenwsuietl l. l.lennor; opened the, door \
grass from her skirt. It was difficult river, a faraway look on his face. The Jtmmj rather husband stnndlng
yourstlt"replied I her
eth ; she' a good sport. lit ale. You know that often happensto I please and dlu/overed
|,*'A clever little woman and her bus- writers. Ever since he had, the flu. .,e 'minute her arms encircled! his' neck peeked "hut I must eat and l 100 off." In a pool of water, to widthhis' wet

nd's a brilliant fellow- always en- He hasn't written a word for two 'he knew who It was and took her In And his sense of Injury grew as he ate. 'clothes were constantly adding. Wet f

his stories. CorneL Ted or we'll bee months. He'll come back all right ''his arms. This was the firm time since their hnlr' was stringing: Into his eyes and

at the offce.' So saying, Mr. Joy, here though where be can live the She did not sob until her whole confession i mnrrluge three months before, tint: with comments unprintable he struggled -

lowed by Ted walked out of them outdoor life he loves. We spent altogether of love bud been made., but Eleanor: had not Rot: up In time to prepare with n wet shot-luce..

and out of this story. : too much money In the city last Melville kissed the tears away The breakfast nnd rat It with him. \Miy, Jimmy I Hit you full overboard -

Ira. Joy turned to her daughter: winter too. Well, he said that If 1 ''sun was slowly sinking the shadows Well he could lilY her back ; und ho ?" exclaimed Kleanor. ',/

and Chet made bad to take the man's place for awhile I were on the river, It would have made did M> by a cnniiiilly lung good by ashe "No. I had to swim ashore Thatnff'rllal. (
ally, haven't you upt him 'a splendid ending had not Harriet hurried out the dllor.ICIt'allor .blmneil wooden.hendoil.
? If don't ; the only decent thing for dad ,
absurd quarrel yet you "
household .4 imcnihered her trunk. 1'1 couldn't belle\e that Jimmy about the tide. Itwon't ,
k out you'll lose him. And then-" to do was to go fifty-flfty on the alumnae was wrong
Mother; Interrupted calmly work. And he does. That'swhere I i "My baggage !I" she cried. "It 'wound really start off for nil day with be high fur nearly an hour yet.
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from the letter she was still our house gets Its name." "J; b gone on the train. What will I out klRHlng her good by. She jumpedout A sudden thought struck ICIi-nnor.
king up "I sat Chet down In front of me this "I'll telephone my man In the city of bed and looked out of, the winLooked "ii huh )'," she Inquired Innocently, "did "

morning and I told him all I have told to get It at the station, and bring It you allow for the thnnge In time?" Hut
tl 'back here. Or I will get him to coins
.you-and some more ; now I couldn't her lip"* txxItched."Hy \.
have done this If I hadn't kept my 48 :here with the car old we will drive to golly I" exclaimed Jimmy,, staring '

band In and had a market for my I t ''the' city after It." i I nt Ids wlfu with his moiilh open. .

stuff. If Jock had been Insistent on 1 Ir "}'ollr mUll, your ('ar I" Harriet I "I never thought of Hint !I" '

iny doing nothing outside our home gucpcd "])(1 you llxe In the cltyl" I I Ir i "Nexer mind, .Ilinmyi; your wife

I ....hf'n'e had plenty, why-" "I am president of the automobile won't punish you for foigettlng In the a

II d.2 A cheerful voice sounded" from the .firm" that hours my name," he sn diaI. I I I II way you punished, her, Hurry up nnd

foot of the stairs. "Sny the potatoes II !I i il "I inn helping out here partly to rent get dry cnoiihh to be kissed
r my nerves, but, mainly to do what I I '
i ale In the oven the table U set the : -- -' - '
denied oh.There's '. 'can to help win the war, Mj t'yeMllothtWOII't I' :
meat's cooking-und It's I I TREASURE BROUGHT TO LIGHT
for the army"
tr a glorious sunset gills ; come puss me
did to be able tobdlexe
/! Hill riot seem
on down on the porch and view It '. I VslusbUi That Had Been Burled In r
It all HO quickly did oxoij'thlng
with us" : happen. There wns sin'h un attract Invaded Regions Are Being
"Oh Chet" called his sister "{OlliE' '
l II little lvx-<'(lud' ,'hnrd.11\ the Recovered In Quantities.I'lilled
Hut when he
up here a minute. arrived -
i they cnnlil not resist It. Hut
at time she suddenly J
two steps a who hll"N'II
R'l Males troops
IrI > on the way bu<'k to the city Mr. mill
remembered that wall Ignorant
llI hud l nonce ; winking, In the IIIII'II.lm'lI men ofI
lie lIul
,Mr. Melville: ) < n
: of the mysteries of salad mixing,
I ,' reeoveilng I iiuinvxnluiibles
to think It over, As timeuestttd close'beside I mutt) hnx* been
.and disappeared. .,xmloim Hoite! burled In
her husband on the softly upholstered
"I'm a convert Sally" frankly confessed I All these \minds me turnedtuer I
\ Inn rim hits.
sent of the touring' cur, '
: Ihe young man. "You mayikeep She Looked After Him Longingly.' I1arrlet counted the buttons on her ij\fi ) I to Iho I French ministry of (fI hmneewhlth ,
Interior decorating. Onlysee ,
up your discover the
Mho. started' Is indeiivoiliiK I.
,dress' 1 idly "Itlili man,
that you don't earn more than the to appear tall and dignified, for a per I original nwmrs or their heirs.' All
'on the ,'rulI'rutII.I.\ There rl'lIIlIlIlI'dOil"
:old mnn-he',1 be jealous. son five feet In height, but she attempted 111<..1'11Julluli.. Silo hcsltulod. topronuumice I I"WM. iintlulined Ireiisines. go; to the slnte.Moinbirs I
It bravely the next two word Her of lht United States
"I am by no means a child" she 1 nnemllu'd lit
.EXPLORER'S LOT A HARD ONE ,fingers closed' on the button sad Mho find Army cmpi" rect-ntly
i flashed. / Axtint-ourt a Inoue: niiniber. of I'rench"'
;twos' just going to puny "poon
WW "I did not mean you were." he corrected. whlth hnd
r 4r Matter of Hard and Excessive Labor .when the button slipped' off Into her mid It II Mill II n unlwiiy; heads
"I'erhaps you thought I was of rll'lilolitolll'li home
Is That of Mapping Out a lIP lid. She sighed. In relief Melville Out of the Window. lulu In the cellar
I rough.: I am more used to tarrying since the Ili-riiisiis. Ii rut Invaded thesector.
I Country. amllid knowingly.
sucks of a grnln than Indies, but I nil III Koodcoiitllthin
I "\\'hut If It hind been poor mall.df'lIr' dow. les, thete, he MUM liiirrjlim' The bonds wore
I Hard and Incessant Inhor Is the lot much prefer HIP Inlter"That he usked. down the rond without once gliincliiitiiroilnd. n ml liore coupons which had\

I ( I of an explorer who travels through an I righted him Immediately with "It would bnve been all the same," Peeling I ninth nhiiwd. 8h.> ,nut been Hipped. since July' 10M

,unknown country, us U shown by the i 'Harriet. She was aooll'ond..rlog If alma answered us slio. placed the button dressed swiftly und run' iloxvn St a Ira. \\livlIHM, the tixxner III dead or alive

I"I'm example of William Junker a Hussion her It would home be proper He seemed to allow to him think to see It In his open hand I nnd let his fingers In one minute slu. 'had decided that' will be, determined by the ministry of

explorer, who spent five genre In enJdenvorlng would. 1t seemed no time before sire close mi here "Kith mini or poor ninn, .lliiimy hud tot the fable, In II'I'r)' (Inn nee. '
; to trace the course of the )'ou are my own dour man." moss)' state, used Iho I xxiong frying Among Ins''nloobirs recovered are
a Convert, Sally. River Welle whlth lies between the was bidding' him good nftertinon end pun' for ,the fish. forgotten to turn off ninny belonging: to ruined hurt-ties

reading "Chet and I have not quar ,headwaters of the Nile and the Congo (inviting gate him In to tho cull village.liguln nt Ji raunt's DREDGING OCEAN FOR JEWELS the gums: unit h,ft the. bin, 'k door, open, so ,Not Infrequently, when several
the kitchen, ihnrchos In n town' have been duMrojed '
difference of opin In Africa, with a view to determining the neighbors wii*
its a
1 'reled. ,tile position of Its watershed. During She looked, after him longingly as And nil thnt morning, ax oho went and each of them bus lost aim- I
ion. he went down the road lie was Just Company Has Faith That Explorationof It Is Impossible to say
that time he traveled on foot over I ijl.i.ut. her house\xoik, she .piled upKiloMincoM liar treasures
"Call It what you like Mrs. Joy ''the of man sue had always South African Sea Bed Will.
wild country. type i idreamed ugiilnst the uiifoilunutt. whlth ,In. Ihe owner of the wealth recovered
miles through a
:persisted "It amounts to the same :4,000. the marchDr. of, but Blast! he was poor. Be Profitable Jimmy. In this case It Is dividedaim.lig
actually on
When I was a girl was When he was
thing, young told her
1# work when : Junker wore a coat designed by His every appearance Rut In thtt rush of the day's business tic 'tli.
glad enough to give up her ;nnd he had said himself thnt he was Word' comes from London that a the liuhlcnt entirely, nndsrrlted .
ri' lucky ,himself having numerous large Pock Jimmy forgot
You're a mighty
she married. .working on a neighboring farm-a with erful financial backIng -
cninpiinv' lion
like.Clll't. 'ets especially arranged for the handy home In his' usually goodspirits. The Prune Club.
girl to get a man with a salary ;mere hired 1 man. has been' formed to dredge the
of his watch, compass, aneroid 'Here's' one for you this mnrninR"anll
'.. use If he hud not been I However' the southwest coast
only xfiin nloriK
hour fit thiv- red necktie
thermometer and notebooks. From "We've got nil extra the young man with the
"Mother, It Isn't the money-but : she was not going to penult that to cif, Africa mid the sands along the ad-
dour' 'let's hurry through dinnerand .boarding housebreakfast
I one of the buttons, of his coat hung light, ; hit-eying: Into the
what's the use of arguing just her enjoying his company shoie for ii ilium.,IIlJM. .
'three pencils one redo' for marking the (prevent JiKenl ' git out fur a row It's ilkI' summer table. "Whiit's' the difference"litwtin
can't make you understand Listen. while she was on her vocation, fur Thl'( deiniiiid, for dlariiondN Is now so "
he said,
ur r..w'
a one blue, for noting the rivers out , n man nnd a
Elizabeth that their new house route 'there remained two months rot It. of South Africa
says Hint tin mines
: lii-fiit home Jimmy. I I theright
and the third black for "I'.nt you're Itocntisiyou've gut to get on
nnd streams; I
' V about fit Into our living If he fell In love with licit Sims I '
would' just What the imirUot. This Is due
't iiiinot supply/ .
; the time of starting and Just this in I n u to put thud ,potatoes InI slihof 'em to get anything. out of'em"
She recording
and that It bus five rooms 1 would make sure that he dlln't-ll I the the I
thnt Tippled'
room in the fuel war "
EleminararayitIh ,
to biiko, answered the brought allIhis
baiting ((100 as to keep a record of the I tie oxen miKgcstcd mnn up
Is furnishing It according to the IdeusBhe ; permanently, Khe would Invent and at the time
anyway. I mining Industry' sumo Ihe. kiss rulher coolly."It's . .
march'ng: time and distance), together'with g faun.'Amick ..
Oreenwlch village
absorbed In some yarn that would scare him IricreiiNed the distribution of wealth, II I usunl time. Jimmy ( I I said
. all the more notable Incidents of nciiity my up theie, Cyrus
;painted furniture. In bright march.Kvery off. I I<.hilly In neutral' I ('ou II I I'II'N. Men drew tint his watch to ciinllim/ I himnlHleiiient whiit'n the difference?"
says It's a dandy bluff to put up the duy's As Melville Reynolds, Harriet's rescuer and \\i HIM'M .are wearing' diamonds, to Is It
made a mnn
five minutes Dr Junker "Well, my guess( ('UIIIII
!(when you're broke to pretend to prefer of the direction he traveled III was trudging along the road his I I ..hlY'ho a few years' ago' never "Oh I forgot to set my wntth upend,. never sutlslled with his lot" algid the /

that sort of thing to solid umhngany. and- a note noted every stream, every mind WHO on the little girl he hud just I I dreamed of poMxcHsliig such expensiveornaments. nftir nil Anyway, It Isn't reully 1you It. rr'rstmitc" broker.
down well
She wants me to come left. Sims! was a plucky little thing he "
her decide on some of the colors i ,mountain, f'vl'ry'aII E'Y, and their estimated nnd It burl to keep from dlnnioriil, know "Not right..
thelp thought, was I For soniii yours' a larg wife' volte sounded swrcl I.hut
dimensions as well as full Information I' Ills very I'trluipM' It Is 'oiune a mnn neverhim
She asked Chet. too but he can't get: admiring lier.. She was' a pretty little chimney has been known to exist at dawned In Jlnun39umind calves sold theclerk ,
If don't I about the tribes he met In a suspicion more Hum two ,
{away. So I'll go mother you country girl-the very kind of the bottom of the sea near Luederltsbuy .
)tire.Barlow's he secured a fund of Information that' the hind forgotten on par tm lht Ease Busier nt th! genHimini's -
!Irnlnd. I can't do any more up at 'that way readily accepted bygeographers ,girl be had made up his mind to mnrry I on the southwest const of Africa 15)50' empiirliim.,

until that cretonne comes"p ,. that. and was scientists. some day when he found her. He had' The mind dunes along the shore have "SoIII'I! here, dour, !that's n Cut> "All wrong Now listenIvetnusi' n
Sally Joy alighted from the : .found her. he could not help but think Imbedded with diamonds
When -------- I beconin richly fotillxh, slum. yon 1 me Inking nt thismallei raw never seems. to hire nIT mciru than
:train at the liruxtn-\tile station It was It. washed up from the submarine depos bus Ixcn '
Left Lamenting ( ', The tluiv iIniiigiilThe she, run thew." "-Yonkers Statesman.
!raining 8tt'adlly.10: one was there to little niece cume to spend a few Hut the next day Melville's love I its. These dunes have been, mined w'hlilhi'eni lit ry him, nitepled 1 IIAllowniiMs .
lier. She ran Inside but the little My ambition were shattered Harriet : with line results .
,meet with us. and one duty, while seated hnxe been t linulo fur II The Kentucky Warbler.
building was empty. Through the win days the dinner table, she noticed that let him know In a very airy sort. of I The now company Is prepared to begin every whole. All bUHliicsx' IH mining I Stunt'\ blrtlH are curious mid to

dow she could see a dilapidated buggystanding at hnwbnnd l had helped himself to the way that she was a lender In the very I inlnlnK opemtlons (it an early dote ,,n It. 'I'o you 'Intvnd to .tl<'k mini ,know what Is going tm. So Ir they seen

: outside and a motor car with my the chicken. File being fond lit best society of the city and all that The l.ngllsh; ,0VI.rllllll.111 get: 41) against It alone und ket p on UI.II..ttlllllon" limiinii btlng In their neluhhuihoo'lthrv
curtains tightly\ drawn came bumping leg of sort lit I thingWhenever cent of the diamonds found. Two < ,' .. ..>
: inrt of the chicken too, exclaimed per | !tlr ff.rTi ,1..n. >'.II! iNino nlose to Invi "llunte
Idown the road. It stopped with a jerk I that ( a chance offered Itself for 1 well,known South African Interests "' : ,
"Oh. that Is my best Bpp IM M.IMI' what Illeanor; snl'l. next In ... [and a man Jumped out. The long yellow I ["_Chicago Tribune. him to grow sentimental she always' are bucking" !time, undertaking.\ The submerged auil v hut Jiimnv: piled would. in1',, j IH the Kontmhj\ wnrMer 'Ihls hint,

oilskin slicker and slouch hat I Ute managed to bring up something about chimney Is the only diamond sot Una': ; :i' :Iran It l u.i any I hul Hi..jstn ban II pitfiifmi' for woiiilh' thnt, art-

/pulled down would have disguised him Shells on Sea Peaks. a bull or sn ufternotm tea or u )'a<'llt. mine ever located on time bottom of the ;, ""I h 'in Hi i r Hrst (111I11..1| rltrh'' low pti't. thiiiip and\ ur-,1'11I".11.kf'f'l'' | +

from hid best friend but by a certain The surfuce of submarine mountainsIs Ing trip, or some, other thing that he 11..11. there, nnd that \It look the extin m hoin writ wlihlu th" U,'i>ihi. of tiinglnlthickets.

indefinable something perhaps his I strewn with shells, like the virgin hated the very name of. He went of daylight. to inn':,< II ni Thin .Tlmtiit ; "' '1"111hlr.l, witch range.tlirnuKliout .
movements. Sally recognized/ him horn. dl"ol'l."lnt.l: In her but soiun- Whale Speedy Swimmers. United ftlute*
brisk seushore. show In* that It Is the feastIng cxc'r'> cluck timid ankh In the hour : the
Instantly. place of vast shoals of carnivorous Low he could not make up his mind Whales swim at the rate of (so or exactly' right' and everything/ wait gnu spends Its winter' In northern !South:

} Something sang In Sally's heart animals.: not to call on her again. She was a twelve miles an hour rims hspplnvss again. Hut EI-.uUI Aiuvrlc-u.
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-- '' chances. Certificate No. 186 embrace the Northeast Mordinir to law. Us dead will laau thion
eternal )bliss. A 8-ounce bottle of Dr. Williams' bury. He was taking no and Eat Half of Nortbwwt Quarter on the Yard day of February A. D. 1B20.Witneu .
requirements;: for gaining 101 Tonic will ave many pound of Well, we must get back to our So. 4. Tp. 6. 8. R. 22 E.. 240 Mm, s.aeaa.4N my official aignatur and seal this
Bradford TelegraphSeUiblished this life is A. I>. 1HEO.
County of January
believe IBth day
if many Now .
Again as contains Quinine, Hardware line. some newcomers P. Cauthen.Certlflrat I-I
101 Tonic W. T.
cure. embrace the Wet Halfof WEEKS
progressive No.
-.---- only a school to fit us have told us that they were go. I Clerk Circuit
---- Iron and Magnesia. This is a proper Northwest Quarter See. 4. Tp. 8. 8. R. Court. I
Weekly and entered a. aeet higher existence then the better we combination where cases of Colds, La. ing to leave Florida on account of U E., 80 acre. ._oed Unknown. (PEAL) By C. A. KNIGHT.
1.23-M-Z-20. Deputy
5. learn our lesson here, the better we well roaches. I told them to use Fenole Unlea acid certificate ahall be redeemed Clerk.STERNBERG'S .
ff1C at Grippe, Fever and Malaria, as
and clan matter at the poet-4 will fare there-for we will\ be arrayed wardedoff. and the roaches would ]leave withoutan t
be treated or
"Flu to
Btarke. Florida in "wedding garments" when are argument as well as Moths, Fleas \

&z==_- ,--=- .. .- '_=- we make our entrance. Therefore ]let During. the Influenza epidemic which and lied Bugs F'liell. Mosquitoesthey '.

E. 8. MATTHEWS, Editor and Ownr. us! live up to the precept "Whatdo covered the country in October, 1918, can't stand Fenole. ,

I. J. C. ROBINSON Associate Editor do it with your might"WHY ; the Bales of 101 Tonic increased more And Corn Weevils can't stand Car. ';,

than fiOO per cent This proves thai bon di-sulphide] so we have both in

'i Tlllt..T CLUBS 101 Tonic is an effective treatment stock. We have the Famous Stock
IS A that will absolutely
Tone-a medicine
for this disease.
y "Thrift clubs" is the latest in an _.- 101 Tonic not only] treats the din- kill worms in hogs: horses, mules Store

., 1 economical m-iise that ha emanated HEADACHE? case, but acts as a general tonic. and cattle. Not everything a so-called but Stock justa Cut Price
store Powder good
1 from the government. It is a move Get 101 Tonic at your drug
:[ Give It trial.
ment that deserves and no doubt wills -25c and 50c bottles. Accept no Worm Expeller. a ,
all who can be helped substitute, for there is no medical I Can't be bought anywhere except De-
have support by .
VARIOUS CAUSES FOR THIS COMMON Williams Witt C. Jones Hardware Store. We
sold] which is! like Dr. '
The great prosperity
.y thereby of many have present led them: to reckless AFFLICTION No. 101 Tonic.--Adv. 2 I also Adams'received' design another of Community large lot of Plate the Fall Millinery at 1.2 Price :

extravagance, and those less prosperous beautiful designsfor 'a

are imitating them. Furs and ANEMIA: OR IJLOODLESSNESS FARMER BROWNFarmer Si1v home rware.use and Many Bridal and Birthday Gingham Dresses for Children -
I costly heavy garments altogether: un- A VERY COMMON: CAUSE
I Gifts.
and bought
suitcd for this climate
I We have Butter and Sugar Sets
for the sake of displaying the value Special Cut
only Drown has arrived in town. $2.50
OVERCOMES: Orange Spoons Table
1 PEl'TO MANGAN Perry Spoons! : ,
wealth of the ownY4 .
I actual fictitious .
or See him coming across the street lie Ladle
k' Cream
Tea and Ice Tea Spoons,
\is ers, arc becoming common so are ANEMIA i is up against something now; I car Pickle] Folks, Salad Forks, Cold Meat Price $1.49
; high-priced: automobiles. While a HEADACHES tell by his expression and walk. Forks and the regular Knife and Fork
"flivver" is considered good; enoughfor : Good morning:, Mr. }Brown what's the Baby Spoon '
and don't forget Coats
sets- Ladies Winter
need only ;
those who really a car,
the trouble?
When one has! an occasional head Tell all your friends about our big:

cars those! fouling who at much present more can will afford satisfy to ache it Is usually due to some transient needing Well: Snyder some repairs, my Mogul and I tractor have an Is big line General of Plows Line.Wire We Fencing give: and prompt our left. Take them at your own price '_

keep a car merely for pleasure's sake. or passing: cause, such as indigestion engineer out there and engine all torn attention: to supply orders and mail

Certain foods "which when they were eye strain, over-tiredness, etc. down and need these parts at once.

low in price, were seldom used by !I I When however, one suffers from frequent and it will take a week to get them. orders. DeWITT C. JONES:' $10.00 Wool Blankets going {t

-' \ many because! they were thought: luxuries I periodic headache* there is always ]- Oh, no, Farmer Brown we will call HARDWARECOMMISSIONER'S

rr \t; now when they cost three times some special reason for it. And op International' Harvester Co., and at $6.98It

f t as much as formerly are often, a part I I among the most common of such reasons they will mail direct to you by parcel] RAI E '

w of the daily diet. t is Anemia or Bloodlc sn'ss. This post and tomorrow these repairs will! Hpn-tqr rnllce ,M .(riven that under. and I l.y will pay you to buy them for next winter. f
; The present prosperity of farmers II condition is especially frequent among be at your rural mail box. virtue. of lhnt cprmln dare of partition mode

mer'hlllltB. professional men and many I girls] and young women and those Well, is that possible] ? nrndroril and rnUrod county In the Florida Circuit, In Court chain-cry In ,and on lho1Mh for !

I woikmen will not last forever There I whose occupations or habits of life Why sure, we do things: here. Ware < Any of January A. T>. 1020. In favor of

will bo a fall sooner or later and tho keep them too much indoors. The one here. to servo you in Hardwareand Allen H. Ptirroni-v Edith Wilt nod and her lior haahand hli.)mnil. A.I.. OWitt. n.. MENWe

higher: you have climbed the more I important necessity in such cases is all kinds of Supplies. We an Snrrcnrir. J. E: WUIIamii. and Idn Williams, and
smashing will be the blow when you I IIt to build up the quantity and qualityof getting: all Kinds of odd repair parts Wmloy Wllllama, minors, liy thrlr next friend line of shirts .
come to earth a ain. Those who by the weak and watery blood Gude's for Plows and Farm Machinery for .1.P F Williams Wllllnma fi-ndnnt.eomplnlnnntu. the, lindcni'mrd and avalnnt arommlKftlonprn J.. have a complete ;

o economical living: have remained on II I'epto-Mangan' Is exceptionally valuable ] I farmers all around, and wo are selling will offer and sell at the realrtenec and collars in the newest

earth will not lIufr'r.Now v for this purpose. It increases the ]lots of new Plows Cultivators, Disc melon of BnrlnBrs the late, Florlrla Whey Wllllnmn.In Bradford rear Worth-county S effects't t

when money is so lush is tho I number and improves the quality of I Harrows, Wecdors. We hove the Rolling ]. durlm' the lornl houm of nab, on Mnndnv' ,

time to prepare' for future contingencies I I the red blood cells, those! vital ]little Coulter. These Coulters are a the 2nd and day bent of Tehruarv bidder.. for A.eaffh I>. In 1020 hand to, theh'clnrt the Save money by buying at this store.

8 by saving money. After the bodies I which carry nutrition to all great help in cutting sod, etc and you follow\nv\ \ dencrlbed pentonnt property, nltuatodat I v..
smash. which financiers predict' it will pal'tsof the body. It improves the appetite I should] have one. the renldenco. of the Into Wiley Wllllama, e

e If(, be too late and the man with the I Imparts color to the face and The Bottling: Works is getting; ready In Nino Bradford head County ff stork Florida rattle to-wltl two mules, one i

l. costly automobile and the woman with restores health and strength: to the i for a big spring run. Mr. G. II. Ben- home. about fifteen\ head, of hors ahout forty i
short nett hOB been little lonesome for the h,ad of chicken, nhoitt apven head of f
courseof a
i. the splendid furs! will be in a body generally.; a single IMIKITV and hn.n..... one surrey and
i plight when their pockets are empty. I'rpto-Mangun the headaches decrease post few days as! Reese lias gone to harm**, one two-horne waaon, one alntrle.wavon.
In frequency and severity and get married. Reese has' nerve to gel ono i hay baler ono mowlna machine, t
h A thrift club is the easiest thing SEEDSeed
atnlk dink
i; one hay rake ono cutter one one
; finally disappear, if they are due to married and face the high cost of living
i in the world to organize: ai each fem.a cone mll.! one aupar krill one lot of irenerMfarmintr
hl Aneml. IVpto-Mangan: may be hud and clothing, but you know two '...,,' about one hundred. btthcln .
Sly forms a club by itself. Elsewhere of corn, nltntit two hundred lialea of ha,. Beans Tomato CucumberWe
f either in liquid or tablet] form as preferred. are better than one when they pull together I
hundred about
in today's Telegraph: you can learn all I almut two eweet corn cratcfl
When buying Pcnto-Mangan; ..eventy-flv, Inch ttntatn crate, ahout ono I
$ ; I about it. Uy forming your family into ''bo sure the name "Gude's" is on the Tho military company is (coming thounand cyprena ahlnvlea and one five pagvnicer can supply for immediate shipment all the leading and I I.
club .
k a thrift you can help yourself 1'.01 autnmolille.N.
;Y r ; in three ways-you nave moneyfor package Without "Gudo's" it is not along: with fine prospects.! Fifty. n. ,WMVWRTCHT. I standard varieties of all kinds of seed for planting in our state.
1'.pto-l\Il1n"on.-Adv. signed up Monday'night and one fellow A. 8. (lIJ1Wl.C. : '
future emergencies, you save your E.
children from forming extravagant --. came in the store yesterday and AITEARNCommlHalnncra.. Seed Corn Watermelon Seed Cantaloupe Seed
asked what it took to join. I told him A..7.. AnKINS
y 1
h ;, habits and help to lower prices Of
; you Million Packets nothing but a little n'rve. and he Bale Complainant' Solicitor. l23.2t4ifl.NOTICE Seed PotatoesOur

d",', Begin at once Flower Seed FreeWe he had that. We hope all the boys will : OF APPLICATION FOR TAT DEFT

J have nerve enough to follow him. UNDER SFCTIOV 5715 OF THEGENF.RAI spring 1920 catalogue is ready and will be mailed
bellevfi around the
In flowers .
r !1\ TilE BLESSING OF WORK I homes of the South. Flowers brIghtenup We had an unusual experience in la hereby riven 8TATITTFSNotice that W. t. 1111,,". I Imirrhaner free of charge on request. It contains information of value
the home surroundings and give our undertaking department recently of tax certificate No. 139. dated the
When our first parent were driven pleasure and satisfaction to those who We had some long: distance calls to certificate 7th !day of In office A. D.and 1002.Ana haa made Died application said. for Florida Truckers and planters.
from Eden if it hail not liven done by have them. sl'rve. so we wired a fellow that his for tax deed to Imuie In accordance with

tile Allwtae One, but by an earthly] potentate We have set aside more than one mother-in-law had passed away and law. .Said certificate. embraces the followlntrdfacrlhcd Now is the time to place order for all seeds---you can't afford -
one would be tempted to believe million /packets of need of beautiful asked him what to do with the remains I to-wlts pronerty, aituated In Bradford countv
Florida i
that he did so because he was yet easily grown flowers, to be givento -embalm] cremate or bury. He 18 1-R A coma M yda R of NW Cor Southeast I to wait for seed when the proper season arrives to plant.
our customers! this spring for the Quarter of flnutheaxt Quarter, flee. 24 thence "
disftatisficdwith his first plan and wires back to embalm] cremate and
I beautifying of their homes S lax! yda thence E 18(1( yd to run of branch AMBER
I really wanted to make mankind happier HantlnRtt 1920 Seed Catalogue la thence up run of branch to line of sold lot CANE, ORANGE, TEXAS ,
for such an idle, useless existence now ready. Brilliant In natural thence W to point of hex. '1010110. hounded by
AnnouncementsFOR RIBBON
cover Political H. Saxon on W A O. W. Uvlnmton on 8 A CANE, MILLET. PEANUTS. :
an the life of Adam and Eve in colors 100 pages of garden; and farm Levy John on E., Sec. 24, Ti,. 7, 8. R. 21
Paradise could not be conducive to Information, profusely Illustrated. It's TAX COLLECTOR En-t. 18 A. HOG GOOBERS TEOSINTE, RAPE. ;
the one worth while seed book for The said land being aaacaaed at the date of
happiness.No I hereby annnunpf myself a candidate far the laauance of Burn certificate In the name EGYPTIAN :
southern gardeners; and farmers. This the office of lax Collector of nradturd CountyauIJ.'el of T. M. Wllllama. Unleiia acid certificate WHEAT SUDAN t
person can bo happy without catalogue Is absolutely free to you on to the democratic primary to bo wl.I shall be redeemed according to law tax deed
woik. We are born to work; the chil- reqtient. Your name and address on June H, 1940. 1 promise If elected to give (heoil' will Inauc thereon on the 29rd day of February CRASS RHODES GRASS, SEED j
time and the people eurvicue.My
dren's romplngg Is not play to them, a postal card or In letter will bring It ct time my u an officer MtandM a* an my open book A. n. 1020.Wltnraa official tnla SWEET POTATOES. COTTONSEED
but work. Their marbles] and hoops to you by return mall. fur the InnpttCtlon. of the people of thin countyand 21t day of my January, A.atirnntur I>. t)20.and seal
This! 1920 Catalogue will Bhow ;you 1 auk you all for your eUI.'rt.| Ren prettily I VELVET :
and bulls are their toolsEven animals ; submitted. U. M, OWMNU. W. T. WEEKS.I BEANS OATS RYE J
Just how you can get five packets of Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County Fla.
I I trained to work for man arc not flower seeds (five different sorts) absolutely I take thia method-of announcing. to the cttimima Uy C. A. KNIGHT. COW PEAS. \ ,
contented with continued idleness Old free ot cost this! spring. Send of Bradford County that I am a candidate Deputy Clerk
homes turned out to die will often, on tall. for the office of county tax collector, aubJvct SEAL) 1-58-61-2-20.
for this! catalogue today without
-0 to the will\ of the voter at the coming Write immediately for catalogue and price list also callon
I tho approach of a man, run up to him No obligation to buy anything: unless! democratic primary election to be held June NOTICF OF APPLICATION FOR TX DEED
with the desire of being; harnessed. The you want to. H. G. HASTINGS CO.. e. 1020 and respectfully refer you to my record TINDER SECTION 573 us for any special information you may desire regardingyour
Atlanta Ga. Advt. cc deputy t tux collector the 8vnun. GENERAL: u''k"8TilE; '
Idle rich who do Seedsmen -( ) hfat
; no productive work :
i I My promise! to the people Ie I If you Hereby nntlc l t. given that P. B. Hunt .
I really work: f lard inv'ntllllWIIYI\ to slat me I will faithfully dlflchirw the dull* imrchaner of part of tax pate certificate numiHred crop. r

puss the time. Detroit Womans of prompt the office courteous your to vote.the treatment beat of my W.all.ability 1IAYK8FQK I will.with appreciiite Tax Collector respectively of IRS Bradford and 18A County laaucd, Florida.Raid by the. E.: MARTIN SEED CO- r''
certifleatMi bnln
1 Work ivci: y iwath! strength and ; t dated the 4tll day of
AUK. A. D. ms
COUNTY JUDGE ina nM med said certlflcato. Oldest established seed house in Florida.
contentment How much happier and In my off't'! and has made application for tax
I am a camltdat for county Jud.!*. of Biatl- .'.., to tmmo in accordance with law.
1 manlier is the ]lad who hall a job and Long Search Has ford county and hereby announce my camlidncy The acid certificate respectively emhracea 202-206 E. BAY ST. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t,,
is l able to Ret what he wants with his in the coming primary June H, ItUD. the following land In Bradford county, Florida r
self-earned than the lad who ]laving lived In the county all of my .life. ftntl ........d at the date of the iaauano of such Phones 4277-1230 ,',
money nerved It in a pultlio way for tltwral yearn I .
certificate In the namra reapeetlvvljr' hereinafter .
I shirks work and muttt be contenh.dwith rJ'Been Rewarded f.'t.ldat I can_efficiently twrftjtm the dullon particularly cut forth to-wltl _
1 sullyd the support of alldemocratic -
i what his father gives him. If f.
_ wIN votvra and if elected promino faithful '"'
,, the man with a job knew how unhappy and cunncti
he l Is who is in vain hunting for :/ TUB VKAUS SHE SUFFERED t
l t work ho would call himself blessed] -
fi'' and endeavor by faithful work to keep .

i his position at all costs. Murk Twain TIL SHE TOOK TAN LAC-FIVE
enumerating the different' kinds of Fishermen Attention

aristocracy, includes tho "Aristocracyof IN FAMILY PRAISING IT. Why

position," whore the man with a
Job la shown "When my wife showed a pain of six
A up as a potentate among Suffer?
I y Ilium who are jobless] pounds on her first bottle of TanIa, PRIZE CONTEST
another member of my family started
4,, I- 'That work keeps men contented; has taking it and now there are five Tan. Miraj.j. A. Cox of Al-

been known by; sea capUini for ages: lac boosters at my house" saM Will / dersonV.. Va., writes: I

for the spirit ot mutiny that would be rrcntisa, who lives! at 135 Porter "My daughter: ; . .suf. I The
I sure to sprout and blossom\ among: idle Place Detroit, Mich. tired terribly. She could ,
)nenI is! kept down by constant work, "For several he continued
years ( not turn in bed . the
even if the same jobs have to be done "my wife suffered terribly from stomach " doctors gave: her up,and LARGEST BLACK BASS CAUGHT1st
over again to furnish employment.
trouble] of the worst kind. She we brought her home to
% Sorrow'; and misery however great,
_ had no appetite and 1 what little she die. She had suffered to
J are partly forgotten while we are
forced herself to ('Rt. formed gas and much at . time. Having -
i working:, kept her constantly belchingup sour heard of Cardul, we Prize $10.00 Selection of Fishing Tackle '
Work tends toward longevity, or at undigested bits! of food and made her 'i
it for her.
leant to usefulness] while life lasts. It miserable night and day. Her head got

takes l longer time to wear out than ached moat of the time she was too I 2nd Prize $5.00 Selection of Fishing Tackle

..- to rust away. As tho body grows old nervous to Bleep well at night: and
t 't tho blond circulation and the thinking felt] tired and worn out in.the mornI .
1 d J powers will stagnate unions exercise I inl1'. CARDUI I We will keep a list of entries posted in our

t I is given them. It is mistaken kindness "After trying out many other preparations

1 of children to persuade their par. searching for something to window.All .

t ents to cease work-telling! them that relieve her, 1 finally got a bottle of j
they have worked long enough and Tarilac and she Is like a different person i
ff' f are entitled to rest, the oM people] are already. She Is entirely relievedof ] s* The Woman's Tonic bass entered must he. brought to our

happier and healthier whoi') working. I that gas trouble, her headaches and

I Wo frequently hoar of employes of nervousness arc prone and she Bleeps "In a few,I:1YIo'\I8; bo- store and weighed. Date time of i(
.. concerns who pay old age pensions re.I, like a baby all night.( She says she cm: to Improve" Mrs. name

..1 fusing: the pension they are entitled I feels] better than she has in a longtime Cox continues ''and had Lake and kind of tackle used be j
trouble Cardul must
}' to. as they cannot think of living In and she euro looks it." no at. . given -
cured her and we cine(
1 Idleness after a lifetime spent in work. All druggists sell Tanlac.] -Adv. Its praises,everywhere.We with Contest closes
entry. May 1st 1920
i, God smiles on such men. and as a reward receive many thousands ;:
"rl Ho allows them the!' privilegesof HEED OLD) ADAGE of similar! letters h b
"dying in harness" every year telling/ of the ,

4J We have not all the same belief as Ounce of Prevention" Hotter Than a good Cariul! has done for .

to what becomes of us after death, Pound of Cure. K complaints women who so suffer common from to QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. ;,;

but nearly all believe in a future life. their sex. It should do
Whether that existence will be spent With Influenza! again making inroads mood. 100. E1.: ;
i in playing harps, or in work in orderto into the health of the country, Sporting Goods. J

be reasonably] sure of happiness the old adage "an ounce of prevention

there let us work while Wf are here is better than a pound of cure," e IP

,. ; W. will then have fulfilled] one of the never meant more than it does now. -

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t' the camp: and invited the comrade to I t m'ftn''mmnn"uu''on''m' ..". !IftltllClW91lXXDmIIIIDtIXIICICDf IJJBfflBJBJOHBIffiffl 8IH8B Om
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d..v.M/... Pa..".,.,.". Wt Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Bais- J '
Teyn.. M c..."",. W ._ I den were in Lake Butler Saturday and ,

t I male the following arrests: \
Sandy Sauscas, a negro, on complaint I,
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IrV' .
accountof '
-- of J. W. Townsend, on ,
Irish. potato seed. J. F. Kickliter'n'', -rapablu of producing almost nn>.thing. Irving to entice laborers away from I I Ill( .Iw. i. J
_- him. Sauseas has not yet had an arraignment ,4* *.''ev nrr- !
Miss Anita Wills\ spent Monday and Rub-My-Tistn is a great pain kil and is confined in the county r ra i ZJW ?>* > dY .,3 kt, l
f Tuesday in Jacksonville. I ler. It relieves pain and sorenesscaused jail. f
I by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dock Lovett colored, was running a i kl"I I Sa ,dl i f or

H, C. Richard spent! Sunday in Mid-I Sprains, etc.-1-9-3-12. moonshine still and contributed to I
', dleburg with relatives and fdendl!. the jollity and headaches among both orsWITM
I Austin Winkler failed to gain admittance white end black. He was brought before -
All varieties of Garden Seeds J. F'I to the navy on account of a Judge Gardiner, pleaded guilty I i qTvuQL TNarow : ,;

Klckliter. i weak hi'ait. He returned to the Industrial and wan fined $50 and costs. Dock I
school to finish his term. Besides had been provident enough to provide
Mrs. Emma Richard left Monday !j other work taught him there he himself with n sinking fund for emergencies I o ; '

i for Interlachcn for a visit with Dr. is learning stenography and typewriting paid his fine and was released tt
and Mrs.-J. M. Jones. ,I from custody' I Ve ADVCN'Y VbOnYi. ,
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ro F. A. Scott spent Monday in Jack-1 I Mis. A. M. IVttit and children, of \\ IS A YANKEE t 17ATHOSfgI&@L$3 / ig

sonvlle making purchases for his pop- the Brooker section, have moved to :
ular drug store. StaiKe. tio that the children may enjoy It is becoming holder to tell ecryday. ,
i greater school convicnces than in Once a Yankee was a New England -.
G. C. Livingston, of Tampa was in their home section. They occupy paitof resident, a person born or livingin
Starkc Tuesday renewing acquaintan-I: the residence of her brother, J. W. New England, a person. having the BELt WRIGHT "

ccs and looking after his interhts here Andrews, Jr., on Madison street characteristics of traits pecuhir to the .)
.j --- down\'es of the original ,I __'
J. W. Andrews & Son received a Messrs. W.11. Whisler and Ceo.Wiarrunn states. In the Civil War the Southerners To the. thousand' of book readers who know the tnae dramatic intern and deep functional thrill of Harold Bell 8 ,';:-

carload of stock Tuesday consistingof 1 of ICstcio, Leo county, are dubbed all Northerners! Wriglit'i famous story chose and adventure "The. Eyes of the World," it will be welcome news that a magnificent ._ .
22 mules and four horses, all good here this week on a prospecting trip. "Yanks" But now it means, in the motion picture production of the romance will be seen at tlieCSAIKTY ,
farm animals. Mr. Whisler formerly lived here and home country nil those who are not ,
I his friends hope he will decide to return Southerners, and it means in foreign TIIKATltl.S.iirkr. Flu.. FKHItimAY (lilt 1211 ,

We will have a full supply of Coats I as! u permanent resident. Mr. lands anybody; who is an American. I' "1 h. Eyes of the World" was filmed with active personal aaaUtance of the author, who not only amplified the "

Thread very shortly, but the price will j Wiemann will also be welcomed ns a Then comes the question what is nn dory for the screen and prepared the working scenario, but also took part in the day-by-day. work of interpretinghia ,

be 10 cents, Wholesale costs are up j resident. American or who is he? The peopleof I I q characters for the production. A.I"I..I..u i HO nod l b5o. (Inrliiiliiiit ,,'nr Tn" One uifilil holy.u .
to $1.05 dozen. J. W. Morgan. It. this country are absorbing the ) ij1.wmmlnlmlIIJlf'IJlC1)lftlIDtimmaUIlc.JjIjmcnmmmmmmcnmomD 'IJj
I The daughters of J. T. Wills, Jr., traits of all the foreigners, who com I :: \ lCItI11lJCmmmmmmmmmmmCllJGIIRDt.1Il1f'JUlIlliJC:111ItII1I1+ : IllmOLlCATCJ(1TC111C1( .

Sister Esther Carlotta returned to arid of Mitt. Jolly, of Waldo spent Saturday to our shores and elect to stay and mix -- - -- -- .. -- --... . -- .-- --- -" --
her home in St. Augustine Sunday afternoon -[ with Mrs. J. '1'. Wills, Sr., in with the resident inhabitants. All ------- --
after a hhoi visit at the | this city. They were accompaniedhome nationalities have been welcome, and SPECIALOne '
home of Mr and Mrs J. M. Alvarez. by !Mrs. Wills, who, with Judge most of them have been made to fool 'I j

Wills, spent) Sunday in Waldo with at home. When intermarriage take i I lot of Ladies i
, COG has proven it will cure :Malaria, I Mr. mid Mrs J. T. Wills, Jr. place then' the melting pot of the nations COME VISIT: us ,
' Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds --- begins to simmer, and when !
and LaGrippe19312. | Mrs. Angie Sternbeig returned to.. they get hot under the collar they gray walking shoes ;!

Y her home Friday, after spending thret- sometimes boil over. So far we have I ,tit
I ,
\ George Ruff, a respected colored citizen weeks in Jacksonville with her daughter been nlile to control the temperature, formerly sold al I
.Wi. t who had lived in this vicinity for I Mrs. R. II. Htubour. Mis. Slem- although it was a clone call with tho! I'
, half a century died at his home near berg was accompanied! by her friend laps in California. The soldier of the Learn why so many people like >

.,J Temples Mill Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth Ilewett, of St. Johns World War may bo taken] to represent this bank. There's something :'
I I $9and
Park who will spend seveial weeks an American lie was and in a

1. T. S. Williams is making preparations as the guest of Mis. Sternherg. |II member of the new Americans Ho more to bank service here than 'I'

I>. for bedding out 1000 bushels of I was from America, no mutter where I aid to financial trans
merely an
sweet potatoes for draws, on his place I Rev Tllagchard Law, mother nnd I he was from before he became a citizen well worth
northeast of Starke. sinter are especially delighted over the and fought in defense of our flag. actions. 1
appreciation expressed in a really ma- I He is one of the founders of n new

,. The beautiful japonica bushes in | terial way by the member of the Bap- I i ace whose flag is the stars and more. ,'
;, Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh's yard went tint church. On Sunday morning Mr. stripes of the United States. By Here you have personal service 'i
p I Law voted substantial increasein blood will begin 2 1 12 8 \
through the cold snap literally with ( was a icrosHbreeding new I Sizes to from officers always ready to ",
flying colors. They are heavily loaded'j salary. to flow through the Yankee veins, .
with bloom. and a different people will spring into Width C and D talk over your plans In a friendly .'
Messrs. L. F. Gay, J. W Osteen and prominence. They will be the most "
A few of Bryan's- prices: Shorts, per Joe Williams, of the Providence section advanced und !liberal on the face of way. There's always a friendly

sack\ $3.25; Hudnut Grits, $4.50; Sugar formed an automobile party Monday the earth in this generation and fIr> welcome every time you come.
, 20c per Ib.j; best green' coffee, 25c'i; for a visit to Starke. The two the next three. By that time they will $7.85
,' Seed Irish Potatoes at market price. 'I first named are Confederate veterans have advanced to a self determinationin : '

! Bring me your eggs.: 1-23-tf I and attended the regular meeting of the world as to their place in its. ,i Come visit us. Feel the congenial M
J. J, Dickison Camp while here government, and will have so organiz.fd
6C6 quickly relieves Colds'and La- I the powers as to be ableto Alvarez & Graham atmosphere. Note the helpful ''
loss Goo E. Andreu has resigned as census what shall or shall not be. The
Constipation, Biliousness Kay
i Grippe, attitude. We think our bank Is a
\ of Appetite and Headaches. 19312. enumerator, on account of not be- The idea suggesting: : this thought was The Dependable Store
ing able to devote his time for that the selection of Otis W. Leader, a ---I' good bank for you. i

Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Barbour and purpose. A. R. Moore has bern appointed Choctaw Indian, of Calvin, Okla., who
children returned to Jacksonville Sun. in his stead. Mr. Moore's territory was wit hthe artilfery force which fired . CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING/
day afternoon, after spending two days comprises the east half of election the first American shots in the .
with Mrs. Barbour's mother, Mrs. An. district No. fi-or that portion World War and served till the arm in- )
gie Sternberg. situated in range 22. tice as a model by the French artist BANK OF STARKETHE

Dewarreux, for a portrait of a typical I

J. G. Sharon, of Tallahassee, was In The Camphor Farm people have American soldier --- - - -.- --- GROWING BANKE. I
Starke Friday in the interest of the been busy of late hauling pressed Leader, who trained with the famous ONR riCNT A WORD Volt EACH ISfillK.

"thrift club" movement inaugurated i I I brick, fire brick, cement, piping, etc., Blue Devils wheh, he went to Advtrlliitmcnta CASH In.IN..AltVANCK.." under this h.a4 S. Matthews, I.rea. Ceo. C. White, Cashier WI
by the government. See elsewhere In i from the depot in Starke. A distilling France, was almost continuously under -, mu.) !he pHld In advance. N. advertisement
the Telegraph for Information on this I plant for extracting camphor from fire. At Chateau Thierry he was Inr une Itierrllun accepted. fnr l I.... than Sft I
subject. the leaves and twigs of the young cited for fighting; with the infantryfor I
trees, is being built and will be put three days after the entire gun: FOIL SALIC-A one home wagon and

Messrs. Russell Taylor, J. R. Mott, to use as soon as completed. Six crew to which he had been attached i' humous. I). E. Knight 1-23-tf S S c c c 5 Z' u r S 7 5 2 S'.5'2.S 2 S25"2I
F. Williams and W. A. Dekle well two-mule and two four-mule' teams had been killed. During the engagement '
J. t'C'ntralI
known citizens of the western part of were used, but the loads were small he succeeded in capturing two ,FOR RENT-f.-room cottage, I b SEND US THAT ORDER I
roads. The I ILouder ly located J. F. Klcklitrr. l*1fI-tf.
of the
, the county, were transacting business on account sandy machine guns: and eighteen: prisoner $
I Camphor Farm people will build a now is taking vocational 1 \
in Starke Monday.Mrs. .
\ hard road west to the Clay county line training under' the direction of the FOR SALE-One 3-gallon milch< cow, tg WHIN YOU NCID ANYTHING INQ

Kate Duval and Mrs. Addle if the people of this county will builda Federal board and still is under tr'ut-i|i. fresh line wt-ck. P. S. McMillan, J

Lamar and little son left Friday for I hard road east to meet theirs. ment for mustard gas burns,-"Went I'i I Rlarkr. __ 19tf. U) Office Furniture and Supplies

Quincy after a visit with Mr. and BAPTIST 1 Pal Bench Sun. ;' FOR HN1'-Lor): house with five [n Commercial and Fancy Stationery [ki:\

Mrs. James Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. ---- I'I urrcH of land, inside city F" L. IQ Printing, Lithographing Engraving I"a

F. P. Shaker Sunday school, 10 a. m. HONOR ROLL GlTII.rOKD SCHOOL I I Turner. a:! Book*--All Kinds

Rub-My-Tinm Is a powerful antiseptic Morning worship, 11 a. m. Mae Artists' Material
Alderman .
Grade O. J.
First hand four-burn
caused from infected Junior and Senior B. Y. P. U., 6:30! ( -

; it kills the poison Mann. er' oil stove und two ovens. J. E. a Athletic Goods
cuts, cures old sores, tetter. i II'. m. Second Grade.-Johnnie Douglass. 1-9-tf.
I Evening worship, 710! p. m. Futch. Kodak.
Fifth Grade-Mamie Alderman, To.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Burnsed, of I BLANCIIARD I). LAW reha McCall. FOR SALE OR RENT-Small farm

, Ashepoo, S. C., have been in Starke. Pastor. Sixth Grade-Eva Dicks. about two milcn southeast of Starke a The H. & W. B. Drew Company

i this week visiting relatives and looking I W. C. T. U. RECEPTION M. A. Blackwclder, principal.! -known as the G. W. Lee place. J.
after their interests. While here
K.; Futch. 1-9-tf a
45-49 W. Street Jacksonville
h Mr. Burnsed sold his place in western -- Bay
:30th at 8:30 o'clock HONOR ROLL DOItSON SCHOOL
On Friday, Jan. :
Starke to II. C. Richard. <
the W. C T. U. will give a reception -
t News from Frostproof, Polk county at the residence of Col. and Mrs. D, E. '. First Glade-Alma Hurst. equipped with machinery and tools; !S u u'ZS25"'S2.1 iS! .!y
with property; at a bargain A. E.
GradNina Dowling.
J. Mansell died at Knight.A Second
that Mr. J. 1-23-tf
that says place on New Years day. Mr. I charming musical program is her, Third Grade-Edna Dowling. Moitt. Starke. ._-
of Bradford ing arranged for the occasion. Dues Seventh Grade--Ruby Driggt-rs,,
Mansell formerly homo.
was street
will be paid at this time. There are Mae Johnson.. FOR SAI.F.-Our
known and respected -
county and was I about fifty members in this Union and Miss Ruby Parrixh principal.The I Spot ('aMh7rtll a bargain Address GENERAL INSURANCE
1 here. cordial welcome is extended to all, Jay S. Brown Plant City, Fla.

David Manning has left a cow horn ''a visiting W. C. T. U.'s and prospective 1-10-Zt. HAROLD C. WALL
members invited. .
Difference.A '
turnip at the Bank of Starke that ._ FOR SALF:-Lake property If
weighs 8 pounds and 7 ounces. Mr. I !METHODISTSunday ; genius genius than can a crazy no more man help run help being lie-a Hold at once for cash, you get a bar STARKE, FLORIDA
Manning is a good farmer and a good gain. Address Jay S. Brown, Plant '

farmer on Bradford county soil is I school, 9:45: a. m., L. A. log the ernzy.fienliiH data It just what happen tie 'onII'I'flint l when a City, Fla. 1-16.21 FIRE LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE

Davis, superintendent. smart tiling. It In miuirt; but when the
Preaching, 11 a. m., and 7:30: p. m. poor rrnrA 'n..1. lu," howl It turrvi FOR RALE-Fischer piano, the host
48,000 | Epworth League, 6:45: p. m. out It li" i.", !I" ".I U.KK-'X Mriii'hlr.New toned piano. Worth new $700 --
I meeting, Wednesday, 7:30p. : Reason for Helling, don't need 4 J i FEnTlLlZERSrSPOA MATBKIALN-8PRAYRI19
Drug Stores Sell It. Prayer $2f/ cafth. J. H. Williams, Stark 4'' JUMUI MUMC.rn w.P..,.IIOIIS.Vloa.Prta. >0.A.MORRISON.I ,...',I Ton
m. Th. valu of fetrtiliMf fmptnd Ihe quality and bUndinf of th. m tert lan4.
: upon proper
Seeds 1-9-St.
Five million peopleuse J. C. DIGGS, >rtn Into its compoeiiltoit.and 1h.e***used .n meUiulaclurinf VV. UIM high.raitt m.te.
KILL COLDS Pastor. vutUano bymor.than Ihlriir jrmmtmmmpurtmnc. .In lh..r fj.*ind _
it to --.---_ __ __ Peanuts FOR RALE-Valencia or Improved tdoetwtua. Quaiiiy. !"placed .....and our prscati a,.in ..... with quality and com__
mETING Spanish peanut need pet *
.. pound, f. o. b. Moore Haven. II. I.t'+ : 1LLR. FLORIDA
> The members of J. J. Dickison Camp String Beans Mcrrlman, Moore Haven, Fla.

No. 1017 met at the court house Mon- Sweet Corn all varieties 1-23-21* Providence and Norton Yam 1.2J.2t.ply : .
morning and were called to order AP-I I . -
day : SALE: Throe largo mules, will to T. S. Williams, Stnrkf. -
BROMIDE by W. T. Weeks, captain commander. Melon FOR -Can be three miles 1 'I.51.! WANTFT: )-Farm hand or a small I -
Minutes of last meeting' read and ap* sell cheap. seen _- __ -----_ d" trloun family to make n nh'
Standard cold remedy for fd jr ara Velvet Beans of llirhlnn.l on flulnOHvllle and
.. -in tablet formeafe. aura, soopiat.obre.k. proved. On roll call the following! comrades east Jacknonvillo road. F. I). LOSTPlgln Watch, medium size) ; I crop on one-hor farm. Good lu .
up a cold tn 9 in devs.24 answered present: W. T. Weeks, English PeasKICKLITER'S fun with Hhor'-r counter; lost beth.... location. Kxtra; food house .
t Money back if grip Jt faila. S. F. Morgan, L. W. KlcVliter, J. W. Mfl-4t. yi -'
genuine cep with box hae Mr. a HIIIe. Osteen, L. F. Gay, J. I. Dubone, J. T. WANTED-COO btuthels seed potatoes Suitable reward for return to G. 11.l! Lake Butler, I-'lu., Route ..j.Iic'nn.'tt .

picture.At Jones, II. C. Surrency.' Mesdames L. The Seed House -Porto Rico, Nancy Hall, Red at Jones Hurd. are Store. | l-K-St
Alt Drmm StotM A. Davis and R. A. Weekil came into
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rr ;. \f! .".".". .' w In presenting myself as a candidate .
a, elx'/' "r.1 g}.
.' for the nomination to the
.ut :;;. governorship of Florida, by the Goodyear LeadershipV
.:t. .n democratic voters of the State. I i1
:'ff ;J t ; realize the many heavy responstbilities .
; .. I will assume, if nominated

'. r;:: :t yi and elected. Cars
r,}' ', .. I believe that my long experience 22. and Tires for Small :
'r: '9 "'t'" as a legislator, covering
..rl ,. 7 years. has given me a thorough
4 insight of the needs of this great i ..
,' b: state!' Mv record in office is an II. 1 1

1."tl: onen book ; I have consistently !I.t I.
a, ". stood for real progress!' of the Enormous resources and scrupulous can I.i I

;t state, and have been a strong Tires for small "!
supporter of the great measures have produced in Goodyear i iS ,

I which in have mv years passed of service the legislature there. ;$ cars a high relative value not exceeded even K. I

I believe that there never was in the famous Goodyear Cords on the : I j
time in the history of this stateor n
a of this nation that has demanded n world's highest-priced automobiles. r I

I greater clearness ol c L ,
thought!!: or firmnessof action I ;
sizes Goodyear manufactures
addition. to its larger
i ;c i than the present. The seeds of Bolshevism and Anarchism have ,
9 I I been scattered broadcast over this country until their fruits threaten p average of 20,000 small car tiresa

'I the very life of our nation and our state. These things are not tire factory
in the largest
American and not of America. They are foreign born and speak a \ day .

language foreign to our institutions. They are not of us and must devoted solely to ,the' 30x3-, 30x3Vfc, and k.

; I be destroyed if we are to perpetuate our liberties under our present Ii P '
form of government. Our only safety is in just laws vigor ,;t; ,li liIi 31x4.inch sizes.

ously and impartially administered.

i ? If I am elected Governor of the State of Florida I pledge myself} Last more small cars using these siz.*S!
to a vigorous administration of the State's affairs and the just en- i year
with Goodyear Tires .
I"' Yorcement of all its laws. I were factory-equipped

li . Lower Taxes and Retrenchment are Absolutely Necessary than with any other kind. d i ;'

State legislation revolves around the question of taxes the great I

'fit"c1 problem of civilization is to see that the burden of taxation will be Ii available for t .
worth. is
Their .
;'j' equalized and not excessive upon the individual. I believe that a extreme '.

;; considerable reduction can be made in the taxation of this state:: Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or oth er f I. ,

First, by the elimination of useless offices and the requirement of I H t 1
full service from everyone who holds a commission from the state. small car, at the nearest Goodyear Service *

,,': Second, the budget system offers great opportunity for the elimination Station. Go there for these tires and. t f t ?1 i
of state If I am elected your governor ;
;, unnecessary expense.
I will urge upon the legislature the passage of such laws as Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes.: 1u

I will require a complete estimate from the heads of the state government li
of the requirements of each department for the succeed
s .. ing two years. These reports to be submitted to the Governor who !5 5I 4;

will in turn present them to the legislature so that a proper bud (
get NOT. TO BE EXCEEDED, can be prepared by the legislative I ': I Ih
; 'I
f: body. There will be an adoption of strict business methods and the '
{ equalization of taxes of the state. I favor the lowest possible tax )

ltti rate consistent with good government, and maintaining our state I
Institutions up to a high and humane standard. t
Good Roads 1

1 f, 1 have always been an advocate of good roads. The adoption by .f .<

the last legislature of a law which meets the requirements of Federal 3Ox3Vi Good year Double-Cure. $2"00 Goodyear Heavy Tow Tubes are built to protect casings.
aid for state roads has eliminated the necessity for further Fabric,All.Weather Tread3Ox3 Why endanger good cuing with a cheap tube Goodyear

education of the people on the value of good roads. If elected I >/i Goodyear Single.CureFabric.AnHSkidTiWL Heavy Tourist fTubes cost little more than tubes of

f: will use all the powers of the office to see that the funds raised for ___ $1765 lets merit. 30 x 3V4 size tn waterproof_____ $390
a good roads are efficiently and economically administered and that

,wt each and every section of the state receives its full and fair proportion

of the roads provided by that legislation.

'::". During my legislative career Education I have always taken keen interest

in educational matters. Florida's school system compares favor EARff
:/' ably with that of any other state in the Union. It has been my

:' constant endeavor while connected with the public administrationto

advance the interest of Florida's public schools in every partic

ular. Slowly and gradually we have built up a school system which i
promises complete education for every child of the state with the

t expense equitably distributed among all the people. I would favor
the inauguration of farm schools!' for boys and girls. Agriculture is ,
the basis of the prosperity of the state of }Florida. The majority
cf the boys and girls we are now educating in our common schools ----- -

will find their Vocation in the farms groves and gardens of Flor PINE lULL in Lawtey Saturday "t .t

ida. They should be given every opportunity for early and thor Pine Hill Jan. 23.-Messrs. A. 11. Highland llatdic and Lunnie Padgett were in j

ough. education in agriculture as a part of our public school system. and A. E. Surrency and F. M. Chan- P. A Carter Saturday was Lawtey Satur-

I The time has come when the Suffrage legislature of Florida should give_ cey Brooker were Saturday transacting i.i day.Messrs.. Barney and Richard Lang KiLL the R1TS J JFor

_ the people of the state an opportunity to pass upon the question Rosa Surrency ia on the sl-k list motored over to Macclenny Saturdayon

}l i whether the women of the state should be admitted to the suffrage. this week. business. that Eat Vosar Sugar & ere e
Ylfh Mr. and Mrs J. E. Clcmon. have The census taking man from Jacksonville .
building moved back on their farm.F. here business
was Satur-
?I; I was no more loyal earnest or self-sacrificing class among all our M. Chancey made a MI to day. Rats, Mice, Cockroaches and other

people than our women. I am not in favor however, of the legislature Worthington Sunday afternoon. pests, I the quickest surest exterminator
of the State of Florida ratifying the amendment to the Federal Miss Ruth Newsom and Elma Ed. SAMPSON CITYu is STEARKS' PASTE.It .
I i of
wards Bradford
!, were guests of
Constitution giving women the right to vote as I believe such
\ action is a surrender of state sovereignity to the Federal government Mrs. Lou Cone Sunday afternoon.No Sampson Lake City City Jan. 23.-Rev. Barnesof never fails. Just put it 'on food the

"foot contemplated by the Fathers of the Country and sub. here Sunday, gave evening an interesting: address pcst[ c-at-place it in the fields, barns

of true I believe it to be a prerogative of the 'Joke. sheds \vlitve
serving Democracy. Appearance ere deceitful. The Willie Price, of Graham was a visitor or = you have trouble.In .
and the State alone shquld exercise it.
State plate on the outside of many a Dig here Sunday afternoon. I
Great'Danger I fJ 24 hours you can gather the dead,
Gun's private office snyn! "l'ujjh. But I Mrs. A. K. Smith spent the week- ,
,! One of the great dangers that faces our country at this time is If you want to know why the Rig Gun ; end in Jasper having dental work cnj burn them. STEARNS' PASTE

a f {the development of class feeling, dividing one portion of the people occupies ha| i 1"'lIltllln you will have to : done. I I makes! them rush cut into the open
Yk ', from another, one Industry from another constantly making far I II look nt the Platt' on the Inside of the Kirby Smith made a business trip to for fresh air
X-a I greater disorder and dissension among the people who must live at door Tt Kays "I'ull." : Starke Tuesday i: and

H' peace if they are to fulfill] their manifest destinies. If elected I will Randolph and Donald Batchlott, of''I water
_ endeavor to overcome this condition of affairs in this state. CLAY HILL Hawthorne, were visiting their par. where it is easy

The Farmer ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Batchlott. : to gather and ; r ; 1''fe
Clay Hill, Jan. 23.-Mr. and Mrs Saturday. 1
,. For Home reason the farm hag had leas consideration than have other Industries I destroy them
t C. M. Hudson and children, of Jacksonville J. J. Cain of Louise, spent I
t and the farm is the basis of all industry. The soil i in the only re-
+ i, ,f. yet after value. I believethat motored to this section Sun. 'Monday here with relatives. nrJ 36t v tYob
_ ourco of man that renews itself continually producing
e' j ., the farmer should receive the same consideration in legislation: as any day to visit their parents, Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. R. Burrows and chil c4 I J
other duns of people. Our agricultural industries should be encouraged. The r Mrs Henry Hudson and Mr. and Mrs. I dren., Two sizes: SHcnnd! ? tee ', ',; F ; .
.' state should not hesitate to give: every reasonable assistance In stamping out Samuel Starling. spent Saturday afternoon with S1.50. Get the .f.
hog: cholt'ra011 weevil citrus canker, cattle tick and all other pests or diseases I Messrs. W. M. Austin and B. D. and Mrs W. H, Sloan. Mr.I! S1.5O "size and
;l that threaten the very life of the industry. Carter attended church at Highland Dr. W. E. Middleton made a persuade Wlw.w.wkJ Nn.e sole Pe / t ,
My 22 years record in the legislature of Florida, serving: one term, 1001, as Sunday.Dan I fional trip here Saturday your i eilhtee 2.x3.3 ;'

Speaker, on these most important matters speaks for itself I Starling:, of Lawtey, spent Sat- Grace Eads, of Gainesville, was a bors to join you in oav.w. eae

Labor in the mainspring: that moves LABOR the world it matters not whether the urday night; at the home of Mr. and visitor here Sunday a crusade against yt .c _
+ Mrs S. J. Starling.Raiford ;:. Mrs Alice Kite and !Miss Bertha the pests' mention.
in in office (he
I man carries a hod, plows the soil, works a store or an -- man i
:' worth while Is the man who works. Labor and capital go hand in hand and I Starling: made a business Sloan made a business trip to Lake ed above. J. J.look I REARA'FY for fPbwuhro i',. iiln>.
t n development ands upbuilding: of the state. I believe trip to Jacksonville! Wednesday Butler Saturday. II OH finrypockust of"Kal and Poiln"
wr t thehla horersto belworthy of hire, and should receive -wage sufficient to I E. H. Carter and son, George: were Jesse Ogden, of Graham, %vas a vis
properly rare for his wife and children I realize that labor has a right to organize visitors to Jacksonville Wednesday itor here Friday
s V for its own protection, but it has no right to do violence to those who I Mrs Hessie Adams returned to her Alvah Wasdm.of Graham, was vis. j STEJ1IlNS. ELEGTRc PaSTE
"w, are unorganized, nor illegally\ destroy the property of others. If elected, I home at Rideout Thursday after vis lUng friends here Tuesday I MOlt..1' flock if i1 Fxffa ((3))
will endeavor to bring about a better understanding and a more harmonious i
'l iting: in this section for two days James Vamps of White Springs; "
working between labor and capital. I will play no capitalist favorites for the .
Messrs. the week-end ; :t.t
I G. M. and L. M. Carter spent here with Z
I sake of friendship and no labor favorites for the sake of votes, but a square motored to family.M. Nisi I _
Lawtey Saturday after
deal to all. I . .
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OUR SOLDIERS AND SAILORS noon on business Vames and Misses Edith Sloan in 1'alatka with on
relatives. bee
L .ur To the World Cirtiitciit War. now mil inn, Florid Mill more than thirty thmwand of h..1 H. B. Hudson made a business tripto and Ethel Varnes motored to Star-to Miss Ruby Edwards has
brave boy. They rvprcMitilvd very atntion In life every rollKloiui creed, and every political Jacksonville Monday Sunday. Let! Hurl-own! of Starke, made a b\l8. the sick list.
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4 faith Mnny if them will never return Horn died In cantnnmtmt .m. other* on futvlirn mess
soil\ but all m.d. the grvat .....11.* to uphold LUwrty and Julie They did that wri might I L. E. Starling; made a business tripto Mrs W. J. Roberson is on the sick trip here Tuesday R. A. Newsom and Miss Alma Strodeof
i hot Uv. In vain. Let. tw M> live that they hall not have died In vain. "H U for the living to> Jacksonville Monday. list this week.Mesdames C A. Smith of of Mr. and<
... ." Hawthorne vi8. Starke guests
carry forward thirlr purptwv and mnk fruitful their .rlll- I Iwhrv that thla nation should wale
,, hold thom In fTicttonat remembrance and veneroiuly provide for any deiwndvnU tft| "behind. I Messrs. L. S. Carter, S. J. and J. II. Brown and H. Pre. I .iting! : his nephew Wednesday! Mrs. C. H. Newsom Wednesday.Ruth .
_ and provide work, and homes on ..*. payment for those returning Our duty la to bring ..... A. Starling were attending to business cott and children, spent the week .end few dAY 8tweek
live aceordlnir to his' eon a
for to
end contentment back to th world with; freedom man Newsom spent
Mttone; to ehoo e bU own religion t rod to bav a =:1n the government under which. h* ___ __ I ', relatives at Graham
AB I would titve bent effort to making these iMtabhiihed, principle In I
l live your governor I my .13k-''
'pi* aUt, .. I are only waiting ,....."" ....Uon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crews, of
1 I must earnestly endorse the reorvani.atlon of the National Guard under the upervt. ..ton i ofthe in. ...y that FloriiU Is men promln..ntbelo.\ ... th. people of this nation u a its.* for Iwi Bradford Jan 23.--Miss Daisy sonville were guests of Mr.
f itovernor of the several atate The recent race Hot' at Chlcano Wanhtnuton. Hnoxvltl i homnwvktni, than" any other >t.t. In th. Union end wry l...Hlm.t. Inducement should be of. of riro<,k".r. spent a few days C. Ii. Newsom Friday.
n and other Mellon of the country convince me that every community bould have a wallequipped I freed not only to honmmkm but to capful seeking Inwtmrnt. And w..hould .1... man .t. this week with friends sh..>PP">gIn
military onranliatlon. If elected ,..,v........ In the abvnee of the. National Guard, I would tendon to the quality of settlers, than to the. quantity and all should*.. on. hundred. nrr amt Mismii and relatives Mrs. C. W Edwards was
eueoumil and eupinirt a compnnv nf Horn liiardn In the several aunties of the. tate.. I American. If elected. I hall vnrcU* the high function of the ocher solely for the. vunxm atmmrinir Ruby Edwards and Ruth Hrookcr Saturday. _.
INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS . an honorable, xonomlcal. lust proffivMlvc, and business admlnlMratlon I auk yes? 1 NI'wIICJI'\1 were In Hr'Ifk"r Mrs L
{ If elected. ., I will mete every endeavor to have the United Htate government _lot In com .UI'I'O"" J. W. WATSON Miami, Florida. urn'II'n.WI Friday af- Mrs. N. G. Hayes and
pMlnir" the dratnairo of the Everglade, a* they. did In trrUratinii the. arid land In the. I WHO IS JOHN WATSON T Willis in Worthington Satunlalafternoon.
i To take over and maintain ten fert of water In the E.., Coat canal from Jacksonville to Key II. ta a iMmaiful 1 hwlMaa ....... H. baa hoed In Florida forty "...... H. wa*.tt'I",... In are seers t.tJ were
WeU and to die; a chip vminl ......... the atatv a. Indicated by our senator and representative. Florida H. sorted. eleven. sessions In the, Mate _101.0.... H. woo ._".. of the, .bee of Barry ill\ at report Mr. O. W. this
1 In ...n........ Th. Inland waterway alone the northwest .cwaat of )'lorfde.huuld be connected.Th Rwiwwntativoa session He fa In cloae toueh with all atate arts{*. HIII'.tande for nrael .1 this writing Miss Lucy Mott is spendmK
I lfl't'P> '' Stuart canal and th. new Miami canal should connect In Lake Okeechohe. and continue. tort ...rlty. proems law and order.. HIS resold la an open book I tnvotigate. It. Help him to .. I C. If. N..1'\1 and daughter Ber. Mrs. T. l<. Wit
' 11 Myer. thereby" opening up a mot fertile and productive section of Florida to a people who. you.-Adveitteement.' H sire\ were In Hr'k..r week with her niece,
I Wt'dnclIday.! lie.

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: ills father approaching with a club to as coon as they ean .be PrlD......

render assistance Kenneth told him to Substitute for Tooseco.Thratighout .Is The reserved' lo reject any or all 1 bids hereby

News of Florida in Short Paragr&pht.j hit the cat. Tht father raised .the WFamished / fie trlnil' Orient the HOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES

club to strike the wildcat but being astlvrn oo'pluy n cub'Gt tute fist tcbar* 'OR SI-K.CIAI. ROAD AND .'

[ excited by .seeing wildcat on top of Co Cnnnlstliifc of (i "tlt..* of urloinnlro RHIPGE DI3TKICT NO. ONE: "

J j Live State Newsy i his son, he brought the club down I Soul out \vrii-J' | | in ln-ti-l' lent, Itavuredwith IDA.By BRADh'ORO COUNTY. FLOR /

i with unsteady aim and hit his son on n fine lime uiid of native men E. S. MATTHEWS. a

the forehead The wildcat was final. rswc* shells ati-l col or,'.I with carmine. The 1 l-e-51-S-* Chairman.

By EVELYN LEEIC"p"r"bt habit Is universal. cN|>ecully! with the 1
Iy subdued and the young man was released -
J : Told by Our Exchange I..i1. j from his precarious position. women, and sellers nt ""1'11'1 nut" may NOTICE:
Nona .U hrrrby a-lvn that. slab day from I
.. .. Aside from a lacerated leg' the young he peen nu titanof I the street cornersIn i dst,. <<..-..1t. on the 19th day of February, A. TR
-- - - -' Saigon und OIIT' | cities of IlIdo- I). 1920. I will
unsent to the County
; hunter serious injury. Judcreof
\ ;;; escaped' ISIS >r tae Wet.ra N.w.. Bradford. .
.W County Florida
Contract* have been closed for was returning to camp after a hunt pass Unloa tIt Chin.. and .vouehrm. of the estate my of anal J. scrounts M 4'

'i ereetion of fifty bungalows at West J. L. King riding on the back seat nil fill t have been wicked thatUrlseoro - Kutrh. d.lcras..d. and aiiply for the approval illft

:.It: aim Beach. : and with his arm on top of the seat Worry Lick Madll' experienced a sense ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE of same and. for my anal Uachsrfe .. suchadministrator. J

1' > 1'.: over the muzzle of his gun had the A worrying votnnn once made a of relict when the funeral of tier bus Paled the alh day of "Meember" /
,} ", Craceville is enjoying season of left hand badly injured when his gun list of the pnvnUilo unfortunate, events hand "was" over. She had never loved 1 Pt it.

a f prosperity never before known in the exploded. The load went into his hand and Imriripnlnir -hlch she felt mire him and he knew It, and she could Nm "Bayer" is on Genuine Administrator. of the S J. FUTCH.
v would to find l bl' disastrous Fatale of J M. Foteh.
, story of the town. after going through the upholstering ruiito pnm not Ncret the sense of freedom that d........... II-II.P.I. 'f
to nor happiness and welfare. The Bayertasial
X : carrying cotton and other parts of the | had come to her. To tbe last. hour of Aspirin-say --

lID I Casparilla carnival will take place seat into the wound. list was lout nnJ to her nnmisomcnt, his llf! she had been kind attentive NOTICE!: TO ATFEAB
,; 'hi she recovered It, a long time' niterwards In Circuit Court. Redford County. Florida.
; Tampa during the South Florida and fonMderate towards htm. She N w Minnie Lee ThompsonComplalnsnt.
l found that not a single Unfortunate -
i'4 1 ',,1 Fair, February 16 to 20.4t I At the risk of his own life but to nn
save a child from serious injury and of disasters tied been realised. had even Klveu over to him the means John. Thompson i l

\\t ; A colored citizen of Jacksonville probably death, B. F. Wolfe a winter to (IIl\lIn'e him In business. It was Defendant '

,'aged 76, was found Saturday after. resident at St..Petersburg turned his true that, she had now Inherited the It BILL FOR ':. :.
having 'been shown br BrTldaivU !
Inoon near Florahome dead from ex- automobile from the road into a telephone Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days same, hiBuy times augmented, but she { defendant John) Thompson t. m eltln that the of ;:

' rj fposur*. pole Tuesday afternoon, wrecking DnuulMi .tr..TI If PA7O OINTMENT f.lU bad "*, .rkcd side by side with him at n 1 the stare of Florida but that hU whrrvnbouta. .,
: Protruding Pile* In unknown and that the rnclant I ta
' ," ., #, it. Mr. Wolfe received slight injuries 10 Instantly rare Itching relieves I ","SealaimUOaua.; or can aenstlulsleepeftst desk and the first thing she had done atr> of ....nt........ yeah, and that then over t>the noUK '
tt 'y, Another carload of milk cows has and the child was not hurt at :: tbi : PHoetjt I In tnk'tiB;' over his estate was to place In. t... 8...* of Florida upon whom .arvic

.ff..," j arrived for the Hemando Milk Asso- all, though he was hit a slight glancing a clmrfco against It that would In."rea can IT t*IS had THEREFORE to bind nald onlvrvd.defendant. eon.1.l .rfrM. anadjudid

elation. The lot number thirty-seven blow by the front fender. p iiVtPnce) | for his sired parents OB "Haver Tablets of Aapirla" that aid defendant. "Johnl Thomp-
'' son. do appear. to the' eomnlalnanta hill .
'animal "Ai\d follow out IB "Bayer package, containing proper! eotnl
now cnn your
You Do More Work lalnt' .herein nn or before the tnd day of
headache Colds ,
.! Bobby Irwin, factotum with the own ideas and enjoy life," reminded directions for .'.h",,,, A. P. 1V20.>> In default. thereof a
: You are more ambitious and you get more art Neuralgia, Lumbago and Kheumatbm. doer.. pro .nf..o will .b* entered. ...In.t
:, The big sales on the sponge exchange Johnny J. Jones Exposition at Orlando enjoyment out of everything when your her slater|/ hut Mndge's lips were Name "liayer means genuine Aapirta the said John! Thompson

I", \ |, at Tarpon Springs amounted had a narrow escape from death blood Is In good condition. Impurities In entllelehsly, prescribed by physicians for ninetwa.yeara. U fa further ordered. that .
0' ito $37,000, bringing the total sales when "Angle" queen of the lions the blood have a very depressing effect on "Ni, I Kdnn," Rlie responded. "The Usndy tin boxes of 12 tablets .In. the Bradford County Ttlirri..h.' a
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ni'WPi ;i r publlnhvd at Stark. Bradford
p ,::since December 1, up to $146,000. reached through the bars of her steel the system, causing weakness laziness best Yours of my life are gone I feel eat few centa. Aspirin Is trade mark ,, Florida nose each w_k for flv. 0onii.*cutlva aunt *

.. .' cage Tuesday and in a flash had Bobby's nervousness and sickness.GROVE'S ns though my heart was dead. ThereIs .f Bayer Manufacture of )oDoaoeUo- wreha, 4
Govenxrr Calls has appointed lion. hand in her his TASTELESS Chill TONIC that Is not tinplensnnt seldeater of Salicylicaold. IN WITNESS WUFRFOF. f have hereunto
t jaws, n .rlaln( Interest' art my hand and affixed th,. Baal, of the Cir
,I', W. W. Flournoy to be a member ofjf arm with her paws. Bobby's intuition restores Energy and Vitality by Purifyingand In business and I shall contlnn milt Court on this, the 80th day of Dvernnlur. ,
Enriching the DIod. When you feel A.
'1//, : \ ': the board of control succeeding lion. prompted him to jerk his head without Its strengthening invigorating .effect see *." LIFT CORNS ORCALLUSES n. 11111. W. T. WKF.KS.

J. T. Diamond resigned. her reach and as a result his arm how It brings color to the cheeks and howit "To keep from thinking poor Clark. Circuit Court. Bradford County.

';, p:. was painfully lacerated and torn. improves the appetite you will then thing !I"' Hdirn later Imparted to a special SKALI A. 8. CREWS!: Horida.

'II Harry Kessell lineman in the employ appreciate its true tonic value.OIOVE'S ffli'tid. "You know MmlRc has OFF Solicitor for Complainant<< l-B-ftt-l-H

E ', of the Orlando Water and Light The 13-months old child of R. E. TASTELESS Chill TOMC 1<'11I life of positive slavery for ten

'It ,. Co., died from injuries sustained from Valler, Jacksonville was so seriously Is not a patent medicine it is 5ml'! :)' years _I don't know how It was that ORDER FOR PUBLICATION

d. ',' coming in contact with a live wire. injured by a train at the Eighth street IRON and UW children in Syrup. papa took a strange liking to Mr. OrU- Doesn't hurt I Lift any corn orcallus In Circuit Court: State of Florida Bttthth

crossing that she died in St. Luke'shospital So pleasant even like find it. IRONto The com-iitithlng' would do but Madge off with fingers cery.Ituby Judicial. Circuit Bradford County In Chan
blood oonds Quinine to Purify
t A colored citizen of Punta Gorda has early Monday night. The lit. Enrich (it. These reliable t< ale properties must nurry him. He chilled her Onrm a1. ., l
tr ,,9 started a new enterprise in that town tie girl was in the custody of her never fall to drive out Impurities II' trace' (ill that was tender and gentleIn I

.: ,\ called the "Little's Dog Hotel" where grandmather at the time. Believingit the blood. her tiatare. lie tied her down to a 1 O. E. (in cman,

.,' 'Ji v dogs will be boarded and trained for was safe to cross the tracks the The Strength-Creating of GROVE'S dpult;--nil, It was dreadful It apnt-arliiK Defendant. I .. r
by affidavit
amM nd d to the
",tricks and hunting. grandmother at the time. BelievingThe TASTELESS Chili TONIC has made It Mi<1/r/ <> became a hoarder at the bill filed. 'In the al-ove-etatcd rau that O. R. ,

IMt1i\'II" i. train backed (cross knocking both the favorite tonic in thousand of liiunoi hOme 01 1'.ln.. The latter, after hnlf Gorman More than thirty-five year ago, folks A nmldent of the of Florida, and eoneeala
'W : St. Petersburg has a five year old down, bruising the grandmother. would ride a long distance to get ( ROVE'$ a desert years of marriage was just t/ hlmiu'lf ao that prooraa of subpoena| cannot .benerved
swimmer who exhibitions in the him and la ._
: upon
gives TASTELESS Chill TUNIC when c ss mufti a girl as ever but somehnwMadge over the ave of n.
pool at the Spa and who is a star at The cold which visited Florida She felt ,4 d ty-one year.1 therefore onflitred. that said ,
; wave member of their family had Mulmia or was not In harmony ?r non*mtdrnt defendant .be and la hereby required t
:' traction. She does high diving and late last week caused some damage to needed a body-building, ktrnnltb-glvinf and flptw old. to apprar. to the bill of complaint filed f fIn +

: is being trained to be a star swimmer. beans and tomatoes on the lower East tonic. The formula Is just tho sumo today Across" the! corridor, from the office day aald of'..on. or A. twfor D. 1980.Monday other, *the.** 2nd the

M Coast possibly 20 to 35 per cent and and you can get'! it from any drag! suite webs' s room fronting on a court allnratlona of sold bill will be taken a* -.un.f.d -

I ywThe Tampa Electric Company has around 10 per cent to peppers and store. hoc JMT bottle"DIAMOND and store than once Madge! had noticed It further said defendant.ord..rt. >d that thla order. b* publlnhtd .

sightseeing trolley trips eggplants in the same section. Reports I |Iii l occupant a delicate looking II one. a we
I \' personally conducted by an announcer. from all sections state that the DYE" OLD young fnnn with refined features and 'In the Hradford County Trirraih| a newMpaIMT .

f ) 4' The car has a seating capacity of 50 citrus crop was benefiatted by the n gentle( gravity of manner that This pulilliilird v..n.h..r In staid slit county l-IO. and .Ia...

people, and is for the benefit of the j cold and that cabbage lettuce and celery GARMENTS LIKE NEW A""m"'(' nkln to Hndness.! Somehow W. T. WEEKS

tourists. I were not injured. On the West Any woman can dye faded shabby' she \\'jlll attracted!, and If xhe hud A.(S.-nl/) AOKINS.Holinltor Clark Circuit' Court.

Coast peppers and eggplants were not wearing apparel whether wool silk net- closely/ Rtmlyr.ed her Impression nli. for Complainant. l-2-6t-l-80

The Southern Farms Company of : injured. ton linen or mixed: goods to any color, would lin\e! found Hint something In \

Flagler county will put in about 350 I Just like new, by following simple direction the qtiM, resigned manner of the.jining MAHTKK'H 8AI.B: ,
In each of "Diamond Dye" Under and by virtue of 'Cinat Doer nf .
this to .package a *
of Irish month Itwelf nn
acres potatoes with hind miggeNted!
Charged being an inim Fon '
I accessoryto Don't minVrl I A hottlu of >clMiurfl* mad* and ntn'larri) by lion J. T.
be followed in season with sweet po-t! the murder of Vincent Pocpel, a r- -, akin tn/ her own somber frnmc of tiny wills Judge uf the Croult Court of HnHda. "
oth.I' Froi'iroTirt coiita hut a few cents at any Illirhth' Jmllrlnl C 10..."I'. 'In .and fur HratlfnH
tatoes corn rice, sugar cane and chauffeur, Sidney H. Morris was ar No Worms in a Healthy Child IIIln. Apply few drops on the County, In hancury. ulttintt. In that certaincaiiMi

er staples. j rested in Orlando Monday. When he All children truuhlitd, with worms have' an uo I ff learn something closer cimcepnlntf corns calluses tied "linnl, skin" on but wherein the First National (Hank of

was located by the sheriff's deputies healthy color, wlikh indicate poor blued and ae a her oppodlie nelghhor!, nnd opportunity t>>ir of fort then" lift Diem off. (;alniwvlIlK. ., a corporation. watt complainant.
and I' T Rliaw .
and A. M. 8h. hie
w wife
Thomas R. Baxendale 71, a' prominent Morris was picking oranges for a local rule there TACTLLESS fa more or chllllUNIC Irsa atnmach given dla'urhmarlGROVES r 'lluljrlytor abetted It. The poNtimm \\ hen; fscs sons removea corns from tho wen fh'fitmlMnU, I, the undunilKii'd aa Mi| <*clnl 1
Rochester N. tut'* or raixMM from the bottom of hot, 1'1".tor, have l.*vlt>d and will ...11 .
manufacturer of packing concern and was at the two or throe. weeks. will enrich tun blood Ion hind micrfellvered/ a letter nddrenm-d( to upon' |" for*
the skin l..a.UI i. left and the I court hoime duor In fltarlt, It ad font
Y., died suddenly of heart failure top of a ladder. lie saw the officers prove the dulcMlnn and art .s General binnuithonion ,' .. Mr 1'iitil, Derby, and Hint was the and tender pink irritated.DON'T healthy County, I lorlda', liftwiwn the legal hituni r of
while driving his automobile from St. coming his way and evidently knew I!Tunic to t*"> whole.preen Mature hlld w.III1.willi.. Annie or the door of I the office. Mrs.OrlNeotii never sore, or Male on Monday' the tad lny of February
throw off dispel thnwu uu.and Chut .
or I. / Ito
name a lt>Kl sale "day to tn
Petersburg to Tampa. The machineran their mission starting down the lad In'erfoethealth. 'I'lwuam take. 60d tMirUntlrCRANKLESS took the letter across theIisIL -- hlirhMt and boat bidder I the fi"ll >wliiK dimcrlb-. *

into a ditch but did not overturn. der as fast as he could make his way. .. tt'n'l n tin re, dismal piney, ed real twtatfi. to-wlti 4
nnd the l'wu A.... lying North and South In rfcmth
The first the bottomof looking out a court
to upon
deputies were LEAVE STARKE rant Corner of led Ten ((10)), also the South +
The W. C. Powell Company of Jack the ladder however anti bound him licntvAs oppressive on tircoimt of Half (11I1io1) of jot rour (4)( all In fictionHfven

sonville has purchased from the Lake securely. f>ioi i nfiint direct ventlliillnii. The ((71', Tow n*hip Seven t1l.< Hnuth. Noose
Twenty .I(60)] ) Eat, the' aam t< IMI sold aa thaliropvrty
Shore Land Company 60,852 acres of young rflnn Wilt heat over Nome manu of t.. '1'. Shaw and :. M. Shaw, hla,

land in Palm Beach county mortgage lI'rll'tO'1lI'h, he seemed' to lie studyingrlOKoly wit., to aatutfy and pay aid Final l>eere*,
Freddy Owens of Jacksonville suffered Later Mrs. No Need to Seek Afar. The Evidence ttorney'a Feea and CoaUi.Ternwt .
the time as the Bred tronwrlliliiu.
being filed at same Cash
the loss of one-half of his right
deed of the Powell company to the Orlxooiri learned lInt, he Willi n trnnsInlnr Is at Your Door. A. 8. CREWS
land company for 36431970. foot and narrowly missed losing hit o nfld a mister of several lens No need to luuvo starke to hunt up J.' C. ADKINfl. fl|>*olal Mater
life as well when attempting the Complalnajit'a Solicitor. -B-t-I-0
I change of planes in midair at Plant t /o\'UnJ/"A/ proof because! you 'hive It hero at

'Rozier D. Catts was commissioned Field Wednesday afternoon. He wal I lie *rme somelint cnnflined .list. house The straightforward' : Htulo- COMMISSIONKR'fl: BALKHsirvby : j
the of II gentleman complete.., notice la given that under and hf
harbormaster in and for port the rnurteous snout of a Starke resident like that
hanging from a trapeze suspendedfrom I ENGINE virtu. of that certain d.>er.* of partition' mad
West January 6th. This appointment I and nc<*"pted with thank the bears Interest for every
Key on the bottom of a Curtis biplane given below an sad entered In the Circuit Court In and. for
the next : tenderM his attractive looking visitor Brailford 'ounty.: Florida.. In ,
will go before by in'11 n, woman or child here In Chancery on k"" senate for confirmation. He is the and was just about to drop to the upper 'WbI.. Jaattracta;:;; much attention who could be most gracious and Stark let day. of Octti.Htr.. A. I D. ISIS in favor of
wings of another plane when his I Alva Abernathy, widow O. J. Abernathy" and
youngest son of Gov. Catts. ,. i the J mechanical s and scleatlflo. smiling when oct-unlon or her moodaccorded. O. J, Grldlii, prop. of grinding mill Kiirn: Atrrrtmthp, a minor, by nla ...,,t ?
{ foot was struck by the whirling pro. world.<:H bas no cranks-baft gear She could not very well remain friend Alva Alwrnaihy. vnm.iUlnanU. and
peller of the latter machine, the I or dead center Millions have been end l cotton gin N. Walnut Ht., says; airainnt, I.Unl Hurmnry R H Hurrancy. her
Mrs. W. D. Grtmt of Plant City died blades striking him with such force peat to overcome this point. 89 hut she nlmerved! less etiaunllythen "A few years ago I was having considerable hiiHband.. ):....11. AWrnathy.' and Ie.*.... Ab....
from burns received It Seemed on the surface. and riathy, aa dvfondanta. the, undimlrned. aa"dnnera *
afternoon buck
Wednesday as to cut a deep furrow across the light In construction that a GOj trouble wlt'i my will o.T.r and. sell In front. of the
three weeks ago when her clothIng blade and crack it from end to end, bontPOer,1DtaJfbe! picked up with" "It nitist be very warm oppressive kklneys. My back bnuitme sore and South. hour of the C-ourthouH: In "t.rk.1... *
caught fire from a stove. Running one U&Bfl. .Slg company la belnr: 1 M't-p when the breeze Is not right painful and It didn't Hike much to (tin' donna the legs) houra. of eats on Monday _
which held I
Owens wore a safety belt then "One of our the lend day of Irhruary, A. P. IMU< to
byttt !
out in the yard she fainted by him to the but he had sufficient formed armstrong-Emle; Mr. Derby and cause It to twitch. I felt achy and th. hfuli) .t and 1 heat bidder fur wih In band,
the and though her clothes trapeze IIIlAe Cap my' to f manufacture ofllrcH I Ii* directly opposite, nnd If Its In muHCln uf body ami its ftilluwlnir dvanrllicd I I) | I and
sore! my
pump, nerve to climb back up the trapeze ply! &ifioJa Wuoavme, FU.[ door wu" kept open you would have, every lylnv In Ilred: ford, oiinty., :"J'1r.I.: to-wlti
were torn off, the burns were too tbe kidneys' acted proved they
unfasten his belt and climb inte I way my the North Half of Northi'iwt CJuarUir and
for her to recover. landing could be n direct drnft through to the court. were In u." weakened condition I tlllHoan'lI /" n"utii.ant Cjunrlfir of N..rth..t Juicier andNiirihwrat
I his seat. As soon as In the tjuarirr "I 8outliwt and
and the> pleiiKcd expression I. l".r
I Inimmllato
I Kidney fills und got
effected he was rushed in an automobile III.tllOlJltl.Ij1 ) H4tiilliua Qnurtir nf Southwrat Uuart4 r of
All of the coaches of Florida East where it stated utscued After Four Months young nmn's knee encunraged relief Soon tti re trnuhln cntlroly4lnaipeured Hi'ctlon III. '''..''0.11' 7 ....uth. flange XI Kaat.cmitainiiiK : .
the was
to hospital the extent Hint .
visitor to VHttt
off the rails arrw more or lima. AUo tliaHoiithwuNt
Coast train No. 11, went I hn hind no recurrent :
later that amputation of the remaining alxint four months when. retiirneil in her own office (Juait,'r nf N'nilh.aet Cjunrtfr( and
CJu. "For she
The MUOOII, :- "
near Lantana depot Wednesday. his foot would not be, 'e , thi-ml Quartr( uf HititUin. III,
half of my husband was' so sick, imtnMn t'nln iv and I Ilio door the effect fir the .
( 'Itiwrmhli 7
making 45 miles an hour 'I'fl'cd deniers Don't | Houth. lOiniftt HI lji.1.t contalninr
train Site at all
was llo' Ml l ''Tim- Price ,
thins I 120 ..,. .....
necessary. .. '111'1'f, air tins notlcrnMo' In the nerve n. or l Also thi HnutlmajitWunrttr
when the tender left the rails and the A"-' In (I It 11.! l ( \ simply' link for a kidney remedy got, of HtMithwmt, Quartrr and Weat Hnlf
prompt application of the brakes \ WOtlltl'. v I 'up| fluttering' of the piiriTH| on the desk Doan's Kidney (I'III" the mamma Hint of Nnuthi-artt tMurUrr end Northcani guttrtvr of
without inJury Kenneth Robinson and his father ol f i until' II" i le" I''' l, t of the trnTIwintcir. nnd' hw sot Inure HoiithpaMt' Quarter of H4fctli 12! TnwnHhlp 7 INuuih
brought the train to a stop of theii ). IMI Utu i I" : e Mr. Irlllin h.itl I roHtur-Mllhiirti Uu.. lUn.f Jl fr:'.1. containing lflt aenw,
to anyone. Marco had the experience I 1. .' i.. ..I ereel lui'l coinfnrtHhle ns though; enJoylriK Mfr, Iluffiilo. N. Y. morn or \.... A I." the f-AMt: tlirtr.<(timrtraof
lives recently while scouting arounr r'' s grit lutil, 11. |iitUIXtt "< !: the I'hnngp In the teiriieriitnre.Aw | I,:awt Half ,>f Suuthvant Quarter of Hvctlnn

market insteadof the keys in search of wild game. Dining ". till n mi'l, (1,1 l l lovfirvtliitu tlft|,|' went, on !MudRe; ns Nhe _'H.. 'lowiiMhli' .7 South 'ItantTH 21 l.u.t. eon
Dealing in the cotton L'a' lif* roiiM Habitual Constipation Cured lul ilntr fit earn lnnu or Jwa. AUo th*
band of confidence the hunt their attention was attracted pnou'd 1 "'\wn the rtirrldnr dully would Nnnhweat U'tartor' of ulhttiiHi' Qimrtrr of
with horse races a to got n'lif! knit nut I ItIIIR
to a scrambling In the mangroves linn nod In f frU-ndlv wily to Herby! nod lit 14 to 21 Days HrtUm'/ 211( 'lowimhln. 7 Houili. kauue Kl I'-a-': t.cniitulitlnif .
men operating in St. Petersburg I KIIVU nny 411 I ... !I.... Also
eLAX.TeVS WITH I'EI'SIN" lea sMinlly| cane more > the
ahead ol f HIT 1 Irttmuim heenuse nf
secured from an aged couple a total Kenneth advanced help he 1, 11..111/.1 lo Ivrlt'liliT up for I lI..hllUulO'"SIIotlon. ) Northwest Unnrt of North ant Quarter, and
hip father and found too late thai t ?I) very niu< Ii d HIJnur1' the/, 1111.1)110"| 1'hrn one dny .therern |iHireISyruiToiiio-ljxallve| N'j' nf NW guart north of riser nf Section
s.1 of $10,000 and made their getaway. t ' nlxnittij' ; It rt'llevtm (irotiiptly but in, 'luwnMhlp 7 South Itatidc ll Nut: ..
: >ntaltiltiu -
.. of
There was a fake "exchange" in Tar- instead of the noise being made by u f/ ,.. + KcUuiK; ( nny \\' \ n sponge) of wind" nod n sheet bhoulil bo tuknn rcUalnrly fur 14 to 21 dny NU error, moo or 1 li* a. Also the

it there that the I coon, as he had anticipated it was be Mutter. but huvlna paper' Cftif| hut terlny nrrotm the. hull ('> induce roguiurnetiun. ItStinnilatnsHiidletuliit \ ".,ulh, lHlf| of Northwest QuMrtor and West
pon Springs and was I made by a wildcat caught in a ono of Dr. IVrre'a Common Hciiw Mudirulloxlandw unit hitaHt Q"...
which had its mg t-r of Section
crooks worked the game AdvL."l'II he iwKsn( to road up on hiM aynip- it7 'Jowfmhlp 7 South liana
at St Petersburg. 'ran. At Kenn"th udvunc'ed the cal t toms and decided to take the 'Gold)"n Urllll'hillIt.. It was 1"rh.f letter directed or bottla./ 21 .:"at coritalnlnir. 1UU urn. more or !I....

start jumped at him striking: him near thi I Medical Dwrovcry'. Ho iiu only, taken |tj> licrhy. and' It notified him Ala, the, following dt. *.erilH'd proiwrty| I lying
ami lMlnir In tha County; of Alanhua end
knocking him clown. nlxiut two Ixittln mid some of the 'riniuiuntIVIIoUi' that the triniiiifierlpt nf, nn uniiiitdlnlit'd State
solar and of lorlda. to-wit .
plexus 'I'h.
While a party of Arcadia hunter and hu luia to much iinprovnd that HAI.E Of KOAM AND HltlllCE >Mllrrnby r Bouttiwnnt Quarttrof
he In able to r nunin liii work, which he linn work by Simln'M snout noted writer nutlo !1. given that al IJIK" o'elnck Northiiuit Quarter of Suction s/: Townith.p

not fawn able to do for several. moritliH. lie could' (I'e. lind, nf n priest for two HumNnn ' p.I 1020 TuiiiU the..county'. the sun luth day IIWIM of In ruhrum Htarfcn, 7 more Mouth or Itanirv lnt.. Alia 41 Kant the contalnlnir West Half 4V of error ISasit::

fil' and books.' like a different tx'num and k'urs|' cash soul a like amount InrilM.. (Ira untlunmrnmJ. will urfur for saleMill.oou.DII Half( and Want Half south of river of )
aayi L>r. Pierce Uol.l..n Mudiual Duoovnry". on tI III(1. At I the .bottom of I the sheet / |,ar nl lu. ul tli. sn&u.oiiu.on of Section. 118, T.iwnahip, 7 North XI Cut
I. the nrat tndiuin! ln hn. ever takenMRS. containing. 400 earn, 1 IMM. i
bo.nd. to b "Maud l h r Bpoolal l(>Mid and llrlilw nmre or
\ \ J. ALXAN,; J>EII,100 Nelson HU wall s pi.fclli'd reply : "I sin In dcxpalr." lilMlriot, Numtar On of limclftird Oiuntr. J. M. ALVAREZ:
P1"Calomel It wo'il'l'' do, ItnpuHHllile for me to raise Florida, authorlxd br Chapter. 1UVO as ..m."d..d J. W. ANDKNWfil: JR..
-- nne-fentii nf the, amount named, so I by Ch.p"UWI.. I..... ol flurlrfs. and .Inaranrdancfi R A. WEEKS.A .
with t1.. rMolullolui of lie food ..
Severe Cold aad CoughOrlando must .. .Ittill" great npportuulty of of Road TrunUMi of the. aid dtetrlet. adiipuilJanuary V. LONG.
Stb 11)10. : Solicitor l-l-At-l80.! .
It Is my life ff> drift by.
Is a dangerous drug. Pin. --"Dr. PI",..,.,'. Golden Mndgo/ was ,grave and. Hinnghtful snhe The laid bond are to be dated July lit
1011), and will be ..d In MASTER'S SALE
and attacks baa enruinly proved of uwu nty-lKht UK)
mercury-quicksilver; your Medical Uixcotsty tools the letter and. croimcd the' Nctla .U
.. hereby
1 the I bout of aervlce .1. to* lint Mrl e to nature July let given that under and by
dose of nasty calomel to. of corridor."Mr. 11 4. and aub' ....._d'n.' s.rt...i to mature virtu' of that. certain final dt.r... of f.....
bones. Take a the
to me in nawi .. .. closure mad. and
"I on. year later than the Mriwi which pr e d Ie einbr Itfth,
day and will feel weak, sick and nauseated a aevere cold UghtneM with tj"rhy, she said clearly, am II.; that U to say, itorlw A will mature July 1111... by Honorable J. T. Will, Judge of the
you oouRh and a t"iiKln*>;i 'i woman and Inadvertently I tat 1522 &.Iea U will mature July 1. mi. Eighth "Judicial Circuit of Bradford County
tomorrow. Don't lose a day'swork of chnot. Anyone have t+uft this letter. It seems to Involve I and so on. The bonds to b* <."..... fur Mils turlda.. In Ch.n..",. In favor of K.: W. llarva,
5: .a so afflicted as aronsald will .be aa follows. I aomplalnant. and against N. Q. .1.,,. defendant ]-
..7'. knowa the many IIOtfl" cherished undertaking you the underIwnedi special mater. will offer
Il v. 18.000.00 each of ferine A, a. O, D, F.. F.
::,.,uiipl< aiuit f>.turae cannot encompass because of lack of tt, ii. 1. J. a. U" M. N, O, *. lilt eoonected with it. 1 Will allow me to finance And I6.0W.OO aub of U, V, W, X, Y. Z. B..rh. Florida, during the .Weal hours of sale>
cspltsl. you
on Monday the
Sod day of
had epOMd myself AX and UK. February 1V3H,
I Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead! I to very inclementweather :yon sod Ihsre :your risk and profits The said bonds. to .bar Interest at I nrs th wit. following drtbdj peno1 l property ....

I 1 while doing Whs.t, fnuld come of It all hut success .n'. per annum. payable In New Twenty.flv .head of Block cattle and. their
'Ask back to the store and get your mosey. toy farm work. Iwa for haul Derby, strengthened by York or st the oftiw of the bard of Bond I......... marked awaUow-forb, indrblk in on.
) your .......
Here's mj entrant not a atron* T. In lite...., Florida, ae the holders ar, and under-aquara 'In the other. Also,
of ear
Taks a spoonful of harmless. rLiver -ge- and la down condition. Had the srmftthv and co-operation a ....t.
4raggls. for a bottU of o4Aoa'. man waa a ran mar ODe nay ,wr S pease old. named "NellUi". .
take" spoonful toIght. tall* Dodf OB'S Liver Tone sought and tired, wornout feeling ail tbe time and mrdthuitjr true woinsn" ? What could come to All bids. shall .be In writing _..... and unsondlttonal also. one .bay bon I year old. named 'Char
TOM ana a Ito waa ao u to make mr.daU)' duties Msdgft rjMscora after all the sordid and mar be fur all the bunds now lie t" baa Mar or brulee. on neck i without r -
If i it doesn't start jour li. rand wake np feeUntf gees" perfectlyhannlMi very Uhonoua.' TIM cot was heart longing.nod offend or any part thenof. not !.. baa 119. oulrin the cattle to be nerdstd. or .a the red.,
otter so g\f* it to your children front Dr. J>wo..'. OoUien Medical Dineovery so awakening AOO.00. and shall .be a snmiMinl.d by a evrtln .but Mid oa the ......*.
straighten you right up stllvaU let and I am phased to rooomnwrnd" it ft there was for that famished ..d check. for S per ant of the per value of; KVCRETT: !: M. JOHNS
*aaa calomel and without griping or aay tme.! II eaal M to otbcra.".-JOHN I>MICBOU 4M Lou* soul, the glory of the later real love ofbar the bonds bid for. J. B.: FUTCH. ae.1.1 Maatar.

aaklay yon sick I want you to go them eat MytUaf afterward be "r__ .- Held bond la .be delivered. ta



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