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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
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Publication Date: February 6, 1920
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|VOLUME FORTY-ONE. STARKE,, FLORIDA. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6. 1920. NUMBER TIIIRTY.TWO


OUNTY COMMISSIONERS MET I I STARKE WENT WET THREE CATTLEMEN KILLED STATE CANDIDATE HERE MORE CANDIDATESThe MILITARY MATTERS MOVING '1J

IN MONTHLY SESSION MONDAY 1 .

| Unprecedented Rain; Fall First of the Were Cutting Range: Fences and HadBattle I Judge J. L. ISIllingslry., candidate Telegraph has the following ad' !! "'f'd'ralln"Pf''I lo Take Place Next
K At 10 o'clock a. m., Monday Feb. Week Through this Section With Deputies attorney general of Florida, was ditional announcements this week: Monday Night
Bnd, the board of county commissioners ., a visitor to Starke during the early John J. Blackwc-Mer, representative I
was called to order by Chairman I' Last week was cloudy except for Three prominent cattlemen of Polk part of the week. The weather was group 1. Mr. Black welder has IIl'rvl'dthe I Monday ngiht was wet" and rainy, -o
C. A. Robert with the following mem' about five minutes Saturday, and occasional county were killed in a pitched battle so inclement at the time that Judge county faithfully as a county com yet very few members were absent
I t>ers present: J. M. Brownlee, James light showers fell. But a and a fourth captured just before mid- Billingslcy: did not have opportunity migiioner and now feels that he can from the weekly meeting of the mill-
Reynolds, O. V. Brooks, Drew Red downpour of rain began Saturday night last Thursday night near Chi to meet' a large number of our citi. do good service as a law maker. Illa <' [ tary company organized in Starke.
dish. night which continued without Inter- cora in Polk county by deputy sheriff zens, but he left a pleasing impression widely known as a good citizen and This proves that the boys are of the
> Minute. of last meeting read and I mission until Tuesday morning, causing who claim they caught them in the act with those he did meet. In hit will no doubt prove a strong candi 'kind that makes good soldiers.
pproved. Sunday and Monday to be the of cutting the wire fences surrounding campaign literature Judge Billingsley date. During the past. week five new mem. V-'
Pf Upon motion and second, five dol. I most dismal days imaginable. While a vast tract of phosphate land enclosed gives the following succinct accountof W. 0, Brooks commissioner hers have been added, so that only ten
" lara was appropriated per month to the yards and sidewalks were flooded, recently by the "Double A Agricultural his life: for district No., 1 county that he more aro required to make the com.
'Jack Nettles to ...Ist,him in taking ( almost every dwelling in town was Chemical Company. Raised on a farm in Marion county,; is candidate for, announces re-election.' Mr. pony of full alrt'ngth-IOO) men-pro. r
' $j[ of Effie Gordon and children. leaking, causing a great deal of discomfort Florida went to schools whena a
care The dead men are: T. W. Albritton, ; country Brooks has himself faithful vided they all can stand the physical ,
ti"; Petition signed by J. C. Diggs and and trouble. Fires were his brother, A. J. Albritton, and Mi. lad and worked in saw mills, limekilns public servant proven and the people a of his examination.
others was presented asking that M. necessary for comfort, but the storesof ram D. Alderman, a son-in-law of T. and as a carpenter. district will no doubt give him a Next Monday night, Feb. 9th, there
') .jM. Hudson's name be placed upon the wood of many families were soon W. Albritton. Jesse Albritton was Later worked in law offices as a strong endorsement at the polls in will be a Federal inspection of tho
pauper roll and assistance be granted exhausted and old boxes, chairs and captured. stenographer, and attended night June company. The purpose of tho inspection
jffhim. Upon motion and second peti- j I barrels were cut up and burned, for According to Deputy' Sheriffs Newton schools in Florida. is to recommend to the war de.
month was no wood to be had for love : 190.1-5 to Governor C. A, Roberts, commissioner from
tion granted and $4 per appro.gpriated Hatcher and Sam Williams the Secretary of I |iuitmvnt Hint the organization be roc.
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nor Had the rain lasted Florida. diKtrlit No.2. and at present chairman
another
relief.
for his money. I
three killed in battle with l ognizod: so that the! government may
men were a
b John W. Osteer day Starke would have been ll>Oli-7.--Assistant to Gen. of the county hoard, announcesfor
| Petition signed by the two deputies, when the deputies Attorney supply uniforms, guns, etc, for tho
that without both lights and artesian water oral of Florida.1901.36Secretary. re-election. Mr. Roberts in a .
P-and others presented asking surprised them In the act of 'uttingthe 1 use of the xtato of Florida. The inI
/Richard Jones be placed upon pauper I for the wood supply at the powerhouse fence wiring. On two occasions( Judiciary Com, painstaking member of the board and I specting officers will be: Major John
. J\!1 ,roll. Upon motion and second petition was exhausted by Wednesday recently several! miles of this wiring mittee !in House of Representatives; his record for the pant two years has I.. Crary, Q. M. C., N .G. P., Captain \,

.' t1,,'referred to Commissioner O. V.Jl morning, and the shape the bridges: has been cut at night, the wires being Senate; 11(07.Worked( no doubt to the given citizens very of general his district satisfaction and I H. C. I''. Dohm, Q. M. C., N. G. F.,
Brooks for investigation and make report over the canals were in made hauling : clipped at alternate fence Rewards as a stenographer and court and Lieutenant H. L. Klock. Medical
g at next meeting of board. lof I wood impossible. I had been offered by pouts.the company -. reporter Washington city while attending the county generally anti if lie rise Is a nhlos hardcampaigner Corps, N. G. F. All members of the
b The salary of W. W. Baisden as While the rainfall in Starke was and the county authorities and night school at George Wash. I. anyone company must positively attend this
hat into the Lake Butler district
guard at jail was raised from $30 to perhaps not more than four inches, the two deputies were ,watching for ington: University a ring inspection.' No excuse will be accept
will be in for
" Sf,! $.0 per month. [east of town it must have been much I fence cutters Thursday night: when Attended University of MIl'higan,1 a lively campaign.
ed.At
The names of Mrs. Mary Ann Green heavier, to judge from the enormous the four men came down the lino offence Law Department. County.Superintendent E. R. Pop- Monday night's mCI.Unlthe
and Mrs. Clara Altman, upon recommendation amount of water carried by the drainage I and according to the officers 1909-Admitted to the bar. pell Announces. his candidacy for reflection. company was divided into iui.ds, and
of attendance officer, was canals. Monday evening every I they were cutting the fence wires ai 1910-llrgan practice of law in MI- The county schools have instruction in the school of a soldier h
$ dropped from widows pension fund. bridge that lead to Starke from the they came. The officers called on the ami, Florida. made fine prngrrs during the past was carried out during the drill period. .
j* Mrs. Salome Alvarez's name was east and south was under water, except men to surrender and the men opened 1911.12-City Attorney Miami and four years and much of the credit is .
s dropped from widows pension fund by the Bronke bridge across the fire a pitched battle ensuing. Fort Lauderdale, Florida. due to Mr. Poppell, who has proven' Captain D ohm passed through the
l order of the board. 1 Miner canal and the highest partionof The American Agricultural Chemical 1913.17-Judge Criminal Court of himself to bo a hard worker In the city Tuesday to I learn how the military
Ishom Wesley, pauper, having moved the Livingston bridge across the Co. has a ranch of 10,000 acme Dade County, Florida.1918Volunteered educational' I field. His good record will movement' was getting along. He
i from county, upon motion and second Alligator. The bridge at the east' under a good fence, for the purpose of as a private in undoubtedly appeal, strongly: to the vo. was much pleased with the report given
j it was ordered that his name be end of Call street was undermined and developing high class live stock. The the Infantry. :ers of the county.KNI'ORCINU by Captain DeWitt C. Jones andeonll'l'l&tulawd
roll and clerk tot of the 1919-Commissioned in Infantry ---.-
dropped from pauper broke down. The part Hampton rattle raisers in that section resented Captain him warmly.
cancel scrip drawn for month of Jan- road across the swamp, consisting this restriction of free ranges and on : FISH LAWS FROM: The farmers in the surrounding I
j vary, 1920. +jof a bank of dirt with a few holes several occasion destroyed miles of -- AUTO STUNT OF COMMISSIONER: country as well us the citizens of
The resolution passed at last meet through it, and which the Gainesville the fence. The sheriff and a numberof BRADFORD COUNTY TEACHERS- Stuike are behind tho movement and
ing of board stating the board wouldbe lawyers call the "pontus asinorum," deputies, warned that the depredations ASSOCIATIONLast Campaigning For ('att and Swearlntcn will cheerfully respond to whatever
in session every Tuesday after the was under water, bridges and all. The would be continued Thursday ( Carried an Side demands may lie made on them. This
first Monday to consider recommendations approaches to all the bridges have will naturally encourage the members, '
night, went to the scene and separated Saturday a goodly number of LInE'I
from school board as to applications been washed away. The otherwise do- in pairs to patrol the promise It the teachers gathered at Lake Butler (Tampa Tribune) I as they feel that they fill a want and
t for widows pension fund, was cile Miner canal overflowed until half fell to the lot of Deputies Sam Wil- for the regular monthly mooting of Patrolling the roast of the stale in I that their organization: Is appreciated
I upon motion and second rescinded, and of the ball park and all of Short street liams and Newton Hatcher to come the teachers' association. an automobile ostensibly to enforcethe I --.- '
said board will receive recommendations were inundated. laws governing the taking of saltwater 11 I.I GUAI'Il'S HONOR ROLL
upon the men while in the ace of cutting Though the weather was very in
i' on first Monday in every month. Tuesday morning the wind changed the fence. When the deputies clementthe, / cordial entertainment, flsh, but really campaigning for I I -
The application of Mrs. T. J. Dur- from northeasterly to southerly and called on them to surrender they opened the meeting of old friends and the interesting Catti for collator and Swearingrn' for I' Named of These Who; Paid Subxrrip-'
( den for state pension presented, approved the day was without rain. Wednesday fire and the officers returned the talks and papers made a governor, is the statement made concerning lion During January
and ordered forwarded to state afternoon .the rain began again. fire with deadly effect. very enjoyable day. Following is the Shellfish. Commissioner AMa-j I
j pension board. At the Camphor Farm the precipitation The men were equipped with the program carried out: Klah Williams, In a letter to The 1 J.. R. Conner W. M. Reynolds, Mrs.! 1!
The bond of T. J. Knabb for lease was very great and did some latest improved wire clippers; were The mf'l'tinacalled to order by Pres. bone signed by James Berry and JohnA. I Wm. L. Klckhter, II. G. !Mason, F. F/ .
of county convicts approved by board damage. A large gasoline tank, bur armed with shotguns and pistols, and dent Pope. SUpleton of Cedar Key. The letter ,I Stump, J. H. Hitch, J. W Whllu, SUaa -rw" .
and same ordered filed. ied, was washed bare and was floating were plentifully supplied with moon. "The Health Crusade"-Mrs. Smith. which follows, tells its own story 'I Kite, L. D. Elicit, J. W, Addison I''. A.
The following recommendations for in big hole of water Tuesday morn- shine, supposedly of the cane skim "Teaching Patriotism in the Primary In a humorous and satirical fashion: Andrews, D. H. Warren, O. T Nelson JIC
widows pension claims were received mings variety. Grade-Mian Whitworth. Editor Tribune: J. Assklah Wil A. ll, Strickland Rev N. T, King, F. tI

y, from the board of public instruction Ing.The weather on According to' the authorities, Jesse "Teaching Current Events"-Miss Hams, state ehelldfih commissioner, L. Drawdy, !Mrs M. J. Fouls, I"'. 11. to
severe
( [ and approved by the board as follows: have was very Spring Albritton made a complete confession,, Armstrong. arrived in the city Wednesday on Douglass, Jr., L. 11. Eastman, Rev. F.
Mrs. Lizzie Tompkins, $50.00; Mrs.R. cattle and will many be delayed perished.on account of stating that the men killed and him- "Hints on Penmanship"-Supt. E. board his brand new "Bitagoing" tour. B. Johns, J. W. Padgett, J. 11. Sapp, *' a
L. Dean, $50.00; Mrs. Isabella R. plowing the merchants got rid of their self have been cutting the fence wires. R. Poppell. ing: car. As this style of "craft" l Is H. T, Osteen, Mra. Wm. C. Kammcrer,
Land $40.00; Mrs. Pearl Pearce Jones old it. But stocks of rain coats and umbrel There has been a feud on for years in "Humane Education in Our Public not required' be enrolled In the custom C. A, lloyd i). W. Moore, J. M. Max. swell W
a $25.00; Mrs. Arie Dees, 4000. | several of the South Florida counties Schools"-Prof. Holland. house or have a licensed captain, Jr., M. I'. Mathetiy, Mrs. D. C.
, The board adjourned until first Monday las. between large landowners and free "School Reports"-Supt. E. R. Pop. J. Asaklah was at the wheel, being Kersey, G. 11. Bennett, J. G. Weeks,
in March, 1920.W. range cattlemen who are fighting pell. more familiar with navigating the M. A. Weeks. I.. W. Howell, Mrs. J. B.
T. WEEKS PINE HILL against fences on the cattle ranges. "How c to Make School Rooms At- country roads of the state than the Whitehead, K. L. Crosby, W. M. Edwards
k Clerk and Auditor. ractive"-Prof. Roberts coast where the salt water fish and l>r, f;. L. Biggs, James.. Shepard .
Pine Hill, Feb. 6.-A party compos CLOTHING TO BE LOWER .- oysters abound, which he !as supposedto Jesse Cation, S. B. Cason, S. J. I
FISH TAILS ed of Mrs. Lou Cone, Frank, Van and SAYS FOOD ADMINISTRATOR protect.J. Prescott, T. C. Roundtree, Drew Red (,
Charlie Cone Miss Minnie Greene GRAHAM Asaklah is full of politics singing dish, J. G. Roberts, W. I1. Nettles, J.
The Old Timers are all cussing the and brothers, Dave, Leslie and Roy, But Government Official Prediction the 'praises of Sydney J. Catts for F. Douglass, Mrs. Katherine Dukes,
weather now. Just when the bass are besides the home folks enjoyed the Usually Followed by Another Rise Graham, Feb. 0.-Mr. and Mrs. O. United States senator and Van Cicero A. Hnrculcs, p. J. J. Kerce, N. A. Con.
starting to "eat 'em up," the rain ( music of the Columbia at the home of W. Dyal spent Sunday with Mrs. O. Swvarlngeii for governor lie hopes ner, f;. C. Williams, H. 1). May, Dr.
starts in and puts a quietus on fishing. A. B. Surrency Wednesday night. The wool .market is .rapidly approaching Barry, of Bradford.r I to be appointed by the latter if elacted O. I. IIayn.es, J. F. Canova, J. N. Norman .
Some of the Anglers have been seen | Pine Hill school closed Friday aftera a normal prewar basis,, Mr. Edmondaon and son, of Sampson but Van Cicero is not the choiceof C. C. Livingston, S. K. Kelly, F. "
casting their lures in the ponds in successful term of five months. and manufacturers' demands for raw were visitors here Monday. the'''people In thin neck of the woods E. henry Lieut, S. It. Ward, Lott En.

their back yards, around little clumpsof | We are certainly having some disagreeable wool will be met in full soon, according Messrs. Dewey Murrhee and Irwin They have had a fill of the Catts re- soy, M. V. Edwards. F. E. Chase, I).
grass in the corner of the fence, weather. to Arthur Williams, federal food Dyal spent Sunday, at Ziff with T. D. glmu, and good conservative men like L. Kik-by, E. W. Sapp, S. F. Morgan, j

Just wishing the "big fellows" were Mrs. L. M. Gay left Sunday morning administrator, who conferred with Dyal. Senator Duncan U. Fletcher for Unit. Mrs. II. B. liopnon. Henry Bowers, M.
there to hit it. J for her home in Jacksonville, after representatives of the American L. G. Barry was a business visitor ed States senator and lion. Cary A. J. Alvarez, W. J. Epperson: J. M. AN
Quigley Lumber & Supply Com- two weeks with her par. Woolen Association in New York on to Louise Wednesday. Hardeo for governor, will receive almost varez, R. A, Y. Roberts, Mrs. J. A.
pany's prize contest for the largest spending Wednesday Miss Alma Price has returned from the unanimous support of the Bryan, W. S. Johns, B. J. Thomas,
Cone.
Mrs. J. E.
and
black bass caught before May let, is ents, Mr. The encouraging: outlook for cheap.er Jacksonville wherrs he has been visit. fishermen' in Florida.Commissioner Prof. S. S. Howling, E. It. Johns, W.
creating a lot of interest among the 'I I Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency attend.ed clothing, Mr. Williams said, is fur- ing relatives for a few days Williams has adoptedthe M. I\IflmlMwClI'th. Mrs. M. Louise Tan.
local Izaak Waltons. The fishing sea- church at Sardis Saturday.J. ther enhanced by a nearly normal Willard Smith, who has been work. governor's old dodge of addressing ner, J. 1.. Peek, II. I II.) Molt, Ii. W.
son is in full blast and the anglers E. Clemons returned home Sunday commercial output by the nation'i Ing for the punt few weeks at Orange: the school children In each town, tollIng Weeks, W. A. Dekle, J. S. McCormick I
h who think they have a chance at those after several days visit at Brady mills which he said devoted 65 percent Heights, spent Sunday with his par. them of hi* wonderful' accomplishment .r. K. IlaviH, W. O. demon., James
prizes had better be getting busy. All entown and Wauchula and other of their capacity during the war ents. of hatching mullet eggs at the Crews" J. S. Andrews, T. J, I Deklc, T. k
of the "big uns" will be roaming at points of interest down south. to making cloth for the army and Mrs. Lewis Byrd, of Oakland, is vis. moi'th of the Kuwannee! river, when. It H. Waters, Rev. J, C. Digits, I'M.: J.
large during the next six weeks. If I A .L. Greene, Mr. and Mrs A. B. navy. Iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. is a well known fact to every fisherman Lewis, 1.. N. Anderson, G. W. RobertsII
you connect up with the "papa" bass and A. E. Surrency attended the sale The woolen experts told Mr. Williams Murrhee for a few weeks. nn the Gulf Coast thnt no mullet H. Williams, C. C. Cowart, A.
,be sure to give him some string (as ''at the Williams place Monday. that a long stride toward lowering MeasrH. Jesse Ogden, Marvin Ogden eggs were ever hutched. Even the Swunb m, S. L. Prescott, E. Hicks, J. 4
one of our local fisherman remarked) | A. E. Surrency made a business trip : the price of clothing would be Rrank Reynolds' and Robert United: States Bureau of l-'lsherlos. at K. Conway, 10. II. Andreu, H. O. Rlv- v
and let him get excited while you re- to Lake Butler' Saturday. He was ac- made if the purchaser would confine Price attended the party Saturday Washington had been unable to accomplish era, W. I.. Thomas, I II. I. Illume, N. If. t
main calm. companied by Prof. F. M. Chancey. himself to standard styles and plain,, night at Ix>uise at the home of Mr such a feat Hurst F. I!. Shipman, Arthur Green, r
"Doc" Mitchell in the ring for the [f A son of Henry Williams, colored, serviceable materials, instead of demanding and Mrs S. T. Thomas. It scorns to bo the prevailing imtifKfiion 0, I.. Mlzellr{ J. M. Minton, Mrs G. B.
big bans and has purchased a 60-lb died at 7 o'clock Saturday morning. the market's best. Miss Grace Sparks, of Monteocha, ( that the fishermen do not Sapp, Rev. O. F. Scott, A. F. Strlck.
test line. He claims to know where It l is not known exactly what thei High clothing prices, in the asso was a business visitor here Saturday.E. want the fishing laws enforced. This land, Mrs. A Stelnvrkcr, H, Thomas,
the prize bass is hanging out and says i trouble was, but two more of the famI ciation's opinion, have reached their J. Murrhep was a business visitor in untrue, as thn majority of them are A, H. Johns, A. A. McDonald. T. D.
that when he land him all you fellows I ily are ill now. crest. The conferees told Mr. Wily to Hampton Saturday.D. anxious for the enforcement of tho Proctor, W. H. Biggs, R. E. Purrish,
who have been wasting lures on Charlie Cone made a business trip liams that "any speculative jobber J. Byrd went to Waldo Saturdayon law, prohibiting stop-net fishing and W. S. hutch, Albert Moseley, M. L.
him can ome and get them. I to New River Saturday. who might: be holding back his stocks business other modus of illegal fishing: whichare McKinney, S. G. Pearce, T. G. Dutch,
Archibald Johns, a veteran angler in the hope of higher: prices will be Messrs. Jim Reynolds, Tom Mills, carried on along the coast under It. A. Carver, II. P. Gainey, II. S. Nor. S
and authority on bass fishing, has a HIGHLAND disappointed, for the normal requirements Jake Roberta were business visitors the very nose of the commissioner and man, T. G. Clark, Mrs Cloono DowNIng
few new pupils learning how to operate of the trade soon will be met to the county metropolis yesterday. his deputies. C. P. Hersey, L. C. Powell
Mr. and Mrs H. F. Price and Miss boats have been sold --- .--.- ---
through En- all
their tackle. When he gets Highland, Feb. 6.-Mrs. T. E. directly from the manufacturer. Practically
with them we win wager that they 'iKcbretsen, of Jacksonville, visited her Alma, left yesterday for Live Oak find the automobile substituted. If MAUKS-NASII! COMPANY SALES
will know considerable about how to parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilkinson, AN ARMENIAN VISITOR where they will visit relatives and the fishing laws are to be enforced, GROWING
chunk their lures and feed 'em string. (several days. friends for a few days. boat will have to be used. The saltwater -
He says it's strange that more of the W. M. Wimberly visited friends and Rev. K. H. Basmajian, formerly of We are glad to report that Willie fishing laws are not being violated G. C. Livingston, the genial manager .
"fairer sex" haven't taken up angling relatives at Lawtey last week. Constantinople now of Atlanta, is visiting Price is better at this writing. in the woods but on the coast, of the Marks-Nash Co., has boon
It is truly the "Sport Alluring:;" in our town. lIe conducted the Mr and Mrs. Murphy Price are vis- where automobiles cannot navigate. confined to his home by illness for the
slater
sting at Live Oak. automobile In. for scouring week but his office has been bus.
fever from which, thank goodness, chapel exercises in the High: School The good past ,
Messrs. Will Edwards and Carl Tuesday morning and spoke to the Messrs. Arthur Barry and Frank the interior for license taxes from fish let than ever. Although another shipment .
there is cure.
no
t __ __ Wooten, of l.awtey, were business vis.itors students. He will lecture this afternoon Beville spent Saturday and Sunday in dealers and for political campaigners, of Nash cars has been received
BRADFORD here Friday. (Friday) in the auditorium on Gainesville on business. but this was not the intention of the orders are coming In faster than deliveries
Messrs. A. F. King and C. M. Click, "Constantinople and Armenia and Chesley Fogg: was a visitor to the legislature when it created the shellfish can be made. The firm has a
-Mr. and Mrs. T of Atlanta and Jacksonville, were bus. will sing In oriental languages and county seat this week. commission for the protection of few cars on hand today but expectsto
Bradford, Feb.moved 6.- into their new, 'linens visitors Friday. play sacred and patriotic songs on various H. D. W. din and son, Alvin, have the salt water fish and oyster Indust4Uf. see them go before the end of the
L. Willis have Everett Bennett, of Jacksonville,, instruments. He will also dress returned from Hastings where they The enforcement of the freshwater week. The truck business is also on
cottage. attending to, spent Sunday here with his mother, a number of pupils in native costumes, went on a hunting trip. They report fish laws are not under the shellfish the boom, a number of deliveries haying
r Arthur Edwards was Saturday. I I Mrs. J. A. Starling. The lecture will be altogether instructive .. a pleasant, time and plenty of game. commissioner; been made since the "shlp-by-
business in Brooker Wimberly While Marvin Ogden was a business viii. JAMES BERRY truck" parade, In which the Nash
in Brooker Sat I J. R. L. Kelly and Max as well as entertaining,
Ruth Newsom was I motored to Starke Saturday. the lecture will be especially for the tor to Sampson Tuesday.,, JOHN A. STAPLETON. Quad made such a fine impression.
urday. Ruth Newson Farmer through this section arc, students the public Is welcome Mrs. Mary Sparks, of Louis, was Cedar Key. Jan 27, 1920. According to present owners the Nash
Mrs. T. L. Willis and Wednesday af-''I. preparing to mulch their strawberry Mr. Basmajian is an Armenian and shopping In town Wednesday. . truck gets there on time with the
were in Worthington Messrs. Will Jones and Ed Parrish CHRISTIAN CHURCH goods while others ar* plugging
,, 1 plants and are expecting: an early and, on account of the Turkish!:! atrocitlei ,
ternoon. Blanche Andmi 4" abundant yield, owing to the warm in his country decided to remain with were business vUitors to -Sampson ,- along at a slow speed In the sand or

Friends of Miss of her, mar".winter we have bad. : .. his family in this country. lie l is on e Tuesday Revival meeting cverynlght and the mud. This "non-stiekablllt/ as Mr.
were mrprised to hear,in JacksonvilU I Mrs. H. C. Wimberly-and daughter,,, of the best known Armenians In thli regular service on Lord's day. Feb Livingston calls it, accounts for the
riaga which occurred Olen Scarborough, oi f Winifred of Lawtey- spent the weekend country by his songs, lectures and J. Uglow: visited relatives in Jack. flth. Preaching by W. B. Smith. New great popularity of the Nash in rural
I Jan. 21. to Mr. here with relatives. preaching. sonvile TiMaday. York ErmngslUt." district/-Tamp* Daily T IIIIIIII. .

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yond.devoted He leaves wife' and to mourn seven W children* death'a liam We Thomas have had on so much rain of late in r c SEND US THAT ORDER

/*" Mrs 3V. 3., Durdcn, of Hampton )fr, until it has washed some bad holes I
\ : I LulaGeiger the roads through this section. Gj W
jiunlen of Tampa Mrs.
,A. C.s; of Trilby, ; Mr. A.; A. Durden George Tillis of the Camphor Farm I WHEN YOU NEED ANYTHING INOffice
with homefolka. "
I County News Items ''and Mrs. H. F. Chesser, of Hampton. spent the week-end i Ri Furniture and Supplies 4 .
old at the
Mr. Durden was 85 years I
'I time of.his death and had been a resident piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Commercial and Fancy Stationery

'b.- -of Hampton nearly flO years DnuUtU"refund moiwr MTZO OINTMENT r..II' Lithographing Engraving G i
I IstUrcttln facts Gathered During the Week Our '0 cur..Inning. Blind 31"ed'nIo.l'muudln'! Printing, :,
friends'who .. Pi!"., and you am yet
Resin*

host of regretted I -
He leaves a : Kind
: files tlOQD Book All ,
Regular Correspondents. and trstlul.Ceep:: : aiui Ui bra mito Joa. *- .
to give him up, express
their deepest sympathy for the be- Artists' Material ,

I reaved family.Hugh Athletic Good r,

BROOK ER I and counted it the highest privilege I Norton, of Theressa, was a Kodak C t if

''to work for her Lord and Saviour.She visitor to Hampton Tuesday. :

1'---. had lived a life of sacrifice and her : Moore of Theressa, was attending 1a7
P. Gainey D. W.
the misfortune of cutting two of the unassuming Christian graces wen to business, here first of the rArunAsh The H. &W. B. Drew Company l-$r:A

veins of his right hand while cranking service and was always humble, and week. I

his car Tuesday Dr. Russell admire :- ''so pronounced that it may be said" of: 3. W. Nimmo, of Jacksonville, i ia X 45-49 W.-BaylStreet: t.i Jacksonville:
!.. catered medical aid. her, "She was a great woman. srALtD TIi1S ONLY I
with his mother,
,
few days
spending a PLEASURE IN ANSWERING YOUR ; I
aloaas TAKE INQUIRIES
," II. S. Warren and L.' A. Brown, two I Possessing a very tender conscience Mrs. R. M. Nimmo, this week. M hVUR WE WILL i
of Brooker's busines met she loved the right and did al'lin -
I: t.. prominent dearly Mr. Dowle, of Ohio is stopping at
,' \ ;, were transacting busines in Starke on her power to put down the wrong!: : Hotel Hampton this week. MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE I -------- F '1

v J J,. ,.' Wednesday afternoon.' Her character was built upon the word A. A. McDonald who has been attending --- -=,
: .I i 1 G. B. Col on, one of our succesufu of God and rested upon the solid rock, in South Floridafor -
.. to business '
merchants, has purchased a Dele Her gentleness gave her favor, her 's
several weeks, returned to his with our balance!
lighting plant for the purpose of humility gave her power and her faith home Saturday. 'Nothing wrong 'I

lighting his store and residence. her victory.She JI,
: gave Rev and Mrs. McCook, who have Chesterfield ;;
Miss Maude Shaw spent Wednesda; v ob
suffering '
1'r succumbed after weeks of conducted a series of meetings :(
recently Of
1, in Starke shopping. Million Packets :.lw
heroically borne. Thus a beautiful here, left Saturday for Ojus. Everybody '
1 Mrs. Iva Sprinkle, county attendance life ended on earth, but we believe was well pleased with their Flower Seed FreeWe .r .cb1:

I officer, made her visit to the'' that now she lives a still sweeter work and a donation of $50 was ten- THCrigbtbdanee '.
school Wednneiiday afternoon. life in the land of true appreciation believe in Bowers around the
s i .' I I dered them to help carry on their brtghteft sand
I G. B. Colson has been having Improvements unhampered by earthly cares, good work. Two members were received homes the of home the South surroundings Flowers and give choice Domestic "si
up
x made on his place the lamentation. Her d{'
and memo
n Borrows Miss who
I into the Methodist church, pleasure and satisfaction to those
u' work being done by I). M. Mallhurll.I ory abided to sweeten and inspire the Reba Maxwell and Edgar Price. have them. tobaccos, propor- a

Ilr. G. II. Carefoot of Worth ingtm lives of many relatives and friends. Alonzo Durden and Mrs. Smith, of We have set aulde more than one tioncd by experts- CB ,

'A i i"i' made a professional call here Thurs- The body wax taken to Milligan, Jacksonville, attended the funeral of million packets of seed of beautiful that's why Chester i CS
.:" day. Michigan Saturday for burial. last yet easily grown flowers, to be given;
their father Mr. T. J. Durden
#' '. On account of the weather there I Mrs. J. E. Maines and son, Hal, week. to our customers this spring for the fields"satisfy. F:

( literary society Friday nigh/ and in beautifying of their homes. of
tb', was no spent Friday evening Saturday
of Lake Butlerwill
t ''f but if weather conditions permit the'' Ktarkc. Rev. Armstrong, Hastings' 1920 Seed Catalogue U .R<
i fill his regular appointment at the now ready. Brilliant cover in natural
'v 1 r same progiom will be carried out to- George Dottle Faircloth, of Jacksonville First Baptist church Sunday. colors 100 pages; of garden and farm &Q

night./ Let the patrons be present. I \ pent a few days with his Messrs. W. P. Dirt and Thomas, of I Information, profusely Illustrated. It'* In

I'' J. E. demons returned home Sunday i i'I parents Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Fair- Louise, were transacting business in the one worth while seed book for teL
S t If t after several days visit with rein cloth.M. southern gardeners and farmers. This 1
)c' lives and friend in South Florida. Feinborg has purchased the stock town: Tuesday. catalogue Is absolutely free to yon on 1)I
Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Starke, was
address on
and
We regretted much to hear of moved request. Your name I t1r
I
very of shoes owned by Dr. Lee and 1'1-
transacting busines sin Hampton last a postal card or in letter, will bring It ', "
the of Mrs. M.\ of Dukes \r
death Dukes
I I ,, them to the Cut Price Store. mall. !\ 11''
Tuesday. to by return
\, which occurred at 7 o'docklIonday I Miss Ruby Parrish and Mias Dowl- Mr. Cleverdon, of Ohio, is spending This yoU 1920 Catalogue will show yon t'l,' :i f.t .

morning. She was a sister of Grand ing, of Raiford, attended the teachers few weeks in Hampton. lust how you ran get: five packets of Y \ :) .eo'
,\{, ma Gainey of thin place, and the town asHociatlon Saturday. a who is attending lower needs! (five different sorts) absolutely i .:, extends to her its deepest M. H. Chancey returned to his home R. M. Williams, free of cost this spring. Send .' K '
lIympathY'1 is .
Jacksonville 'I
school in spending a yr
Mrs. II. S. Warren ' in Gainesville, after a pleasant, visit this week. for this! catalogue; today without fall. .. iV *is'i > '
night/ with her daughter\ Hazel in with friends and relatives.II. few days _with his parents,.o. No obligation; to buy anything; unless I t "I a
you want to. H G. HASTINGS CO. i \\'N. "
Slarkc. I P. Ilardin of Lulu was attending i
Thought."A Seed amen. Atlanta, Ga.-(Advt.) i ,
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On account of the heavy rain Sun to business in Lake Butler Wed- Dally ,
I A single grateful thought tarn** -- ---- t tu
day, Rev. Flowers, of North Carolina, nesday.
P failed to fill his appointment here at The second lyceum attraction of the heavenward Is the most perfect prayer.. ,.. - - - - - - - - - - --- "
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the Flee Will Baptist church. AlkaheHt system, the Liberty Belles Leasing. .
I .
{' i L. A. Brown, T.. B. Pinholster and will be here Feb. 11th, at the high

R. A. Andreu were attending to business school building, 7:30: p. m. A cordial EAST STARKE

I in Starke Monday Invitation Is extended to the people of f
Miss Maude Shaw has accepted they Bradford. Come and bring a friend. East Starke, Feb. 6.-J. D. Ricks! of

t ,f position as day operator at the .tele Supt. E. R. Poppell and C. E. Pope, Waller, is spending a few days,:, with

phone office of[ Starke attended the teachers as- lomefolks. i
in Worthington Rev. King, of Hampton filled his
Lonnie Morgan was Hociatlon here Saturday.
Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Proctor, of Pel- appointment at China Grove church A farm

1'. A. Crosby, one of our progres-/ ham, Ga., are guests of their brother Saturday and Sunday.We tractori

I live farmers, was a visitor to Starke and sister, Mr and Mrs. S. S. Proctor are sorry to report Mrs. WiI-

Monday. : this week after a two weeks visit
r.
+, ;' Mr and Mrs. T. Dukes and childrenof I to Palm Beach anr other places of intercut. The Quinine That Docs hot Affect The tread,
taaufl! tif Its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA
weekend
the
Lake Butler, spent : riVE HKOMO QU1MNF.. : CI.b'MiO nn lie. taken
here with relatives. i II. W. lloium moved his cars to by anyone without raunlntf, nwvounneM dating. sensationA
E.W.CKOVtS tUnntunon tarn k
IntheliowL
T. Lewis made n trip to Lawtey one I Lake Butler Friday and spent Monday p

ht ,4. \ clay during the week. in Palatka.
SALES JUMP OVER 500 PER CENT
.
.5 ; Prof. Steve Lewis spent the weekend days last week at the bedside of her I

with relatives. days last week at tlii'b edside of her -
Dr. Williams 101 Tonic Greatly In
I, Messrs. Williams and Bruning were mother, Mrs. Matt Dukes, of Dukes,
Demand for "Flu' TreatmentWhile
,, ; I,l'f transacting business in Starke during who had been ill for several months tbl

; the week. and passed away Monday morning. f
the influenza plague was rage l
+, Mrs. T. Stewart spent part of the Mr. and Mrs. Seth Roberts, of Guilford -
,+11 ; t week in Jacksonville with relatives. spent the week-end with Mr. andhire. r\K in October 1918, the Bales of Dr. tractor in in f
600 unequaled performance---low
Williams 101 Tonic jumped over
and Emo ,
t i" Mrs. M. P. Matheny sons, Bunk Dekle. ?
I'' ry and Ortho, of Starke spent thee I Mrs. D. F. Floyd spent the weekend per cent. There can be only one reason first
tremendous increase and in constructlon---
i for such a ; cost---strong simple ---
; week-end here. : with her parents, Mr. and !Mrs .
Williams 101 Tonc
I and that is that Dr.
Edwards of Bradford, was hereon Guilford.
V. John Mann, at "
l ne business Saturday. I W. T. Roberts, of Alachua, spent c a correct treatment for "Flu, ecomonical in operation---a proven success, sell-
; Chill and Cold as
We are glad to report Mrs. L. Sow- Saturday in Lake Butler with H. L. LaGrippe cases
j y ell able to be up again after a week's Fowler. well as Malaria and other fevers. Qui-is ing for less than $500. -
of disease ,
nine, the enemy germs
t I of Five Mile
( illness. Math Dukes was a
.: I C. Tyler has moved his family, to business visitor here Saturday.I. one of the ingredients of this effective

Starke where they will reside in the W. Pinholster and Lester Pinhol- medicine. Magnesia Is another important -
chemical contained in the
future. ster, of Pine Hill, were in town Sat.
', R. A. Weeks spent the week-end in urday.G. onic. It cleanses the liver and bowels
of accumulated poisons. Iron, the Here is the tractor everybody has been waiting
: Starke with his family. W. S. Ware of Worthington
is the third. It
blood
able to be rich producer,
Is
'' Uncle Bud Parker up spent Sunday evening and Monday in

1. after an attack of Ingrippe. Lake Butler.C. builds up and strength strength, stamina will win and against vial for and we are now booking orders for the spring %\
r W. Crews of Bradford was In here! A. Savage of Alachua, spent ; ity;

IKL Friday afternoon having some black- several days with his family.J. any disease.
p smith work done. ]I L. Lavender spent this week with 25c and 50c bottles at your drug delivery.
store. Refuse all attempts to palm
of Alachua's successful -
6 It Mr. Pettit, one his family. .
substitutes./ There is only one Dr.
farmers, wall transacting bus- I Mrs. J. L. Lavender returned home
Adv. 3.SUFFERED .
Williams 101 Tonic.- --
; d inc"s here Friday afternoon. Saturday from a_ few days visit with ? .
t Mr. and Mrs. John Shriver have an her father, Mr. Merritt of New River. I

4; t their meats Mr. and Mrs. Dtirniii of Misses Etta and Cora Spires spent TERRIBLY' We want one live dealer in this district \ y

4 New York Mrs Dniois 1 is u sinter ofi' HIP week-end with their homefolks at Columbia Utt.:-"I wInd to suitor terribly to
; Mr. Shriver and they expect to upend Midway. with Kull-otoiio\ piim" .and cramps at

r I !' Home time here and In Jacksonville.MensiH. Ligv OougluHH was in town attend "used certain two timm of until Ur.I represent us, and the right man can secure con- ;

I... J. and l L. A. Wyim, oft ing to bullions Sutuiday. Pieroo' splendidnKHlimnoo.

t Stsrke. were transacting business in Dock Crews, of New River was attending the I'n- tract giving exclusive
I selling right.IF
town Tuesday. to business in town Satul'day.Carl vonte Pnwrlption .

;.. Mrs, Flora Clower Scott, home Brown and Earl Peoples spent end Pellets the I took IMniiaant two

Is. "r demonstration agent, made her visit the weekend with their parents at ...... bottli; of the ' -
here with the sewing club Tuesday Dukes .-' nrnption' according

i t. 4.r Little Elsie, the 6 year old daughter Miss Alberta and Raleigh Bielling tin to diiwtmn and the Toilets'I nn bou\

of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Barry, waR pent the week-end with their r.1, -' .
( parentsat took MI 1 noed! you are that
I ,. accidentally shot in the right foot Sat- Providence. :. ,'. .J > them. Ihcee mod.. man, write or wire today,

.. urday afternoon when her father's Miss Lottie Stokes who is teaching t.' nn *gave me limply
and
roliuf
pun, which was lying on the porch,,, school at Miller, spent the weekend my pains all diaapiwarud.woudvrful I never.hesitate giving qualifications and bank references.
iI. ;ii: i went off unexpectedly. She was immediately with her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. in recommending, Ur. Pierce' ....med,...
brought here by her parents Stokes.Prof.. because I know they can ho relied upon."
y Mlia UFIE RAPE:, 30U7 Second Ave
,, for medical treatment by Drs. Russell S. A. Draper, of Leesburg, :
,
".} t I and Middleton. Several of the shot,, spent several days in Lake Butler this Heat flashes, Dizziness

t though small lodged in her foot, but week with friends and relatives Athena. G .:-During middle life I was

'; ", at last reports she was getting along 'i I Mrs. Elvie Williams has returned in that most 1 could muwrable ncarocly boalth.get around 1 wa to BO do woak my

!i splendidly. t to her home Quitman, Ga., after housework 1 also bad beat flashes and
a Mrs. Garrett returned to her home several weeks visit with relatives duty spells with smothering and nervounnem -
ao that I oould not lenp' at nmht. I Auto
art.. in Jacksonville Wedncmiuy.DEATH DeWitt McGill left last week for doctored for almot a year without any improvement Motive Tractor
New York to join his sister, Gladys and I wa very. discouraged whon
: OF MRS. A. B. SAXTON who is ill in a hospital there with theinfluenza a friend "u<<_itod that I try Ur. Irene's
AT LAKE BUTI.EH JAN. 30TI1: and pneumonia.O. Favorite l*cnption and M* if that would
not relieve me of my d""'_. .The fint
K. Armstrong arrived in Lake bottle of the 'Prescription' overcame the 'I
Corp. of
Lake Butler Feb 6.-On the mom- Butler Saturday afternoon from .hemorrhage and nervousness and built me America
r big of Jan. 30th the npiiit of Mrs. A. i France and will be here for several up into a tmnger and.healthier condition
than for aome time put."I
I DI| Saxton passed gently away to the I days.A. aim\ commenced to take Dr. 1>1_'*
kingdom of glory. Mrs. Saxton was baby girl was born to Mr, and Plnaant Pellet\ at the name time to reculate
born July SI, 1843 in Rockland Township .I Mrs. Roscoe Johns last week. my stomach and bowel" and 1 found them' 210 Pearl
Street
to act *o epktndidly that I have not only
t ;r Edon county, Michigan. In IBM J1t'puty.Sherif// .'(>. Johns shota ,*von them to my bu bAnd and children Buffalo, N.. Y.
married to Mr. Delos Reed well\, and the 'Pol- ,
f she waa colored man who attempted to make but to my neiahlwra a*
k and one son was born to the union,, his escape from custody while Mr. bit*' have al_ay* given the utmost relief
I from Kliucgwh liver andtomarh
a who lived to be eleven yean old. Johns was taking him to the lock-up. constipation dmordnrs. These 'p.n....' I keepin This
1., Only a few years ago they movedto Math Sapp. of Jacksonville, is visiting my home. all the tune, ready for immediate ad will not
Lake Butler and have mad thair in our town this week use, and I really believe I mold not appear again
house without I.-MRS. HOXY
keen
home here. Shortly! after Mr. Reed ilTZPATRICK. 115 Mitchell St.Dr. ,.___
died and later she was married to Mr. DEATH OF MR. T. J. DURDENAT lioness avonte Preaonption 1* aremedy

A. D. Saxton who passed away on the HAMPTON LAST TUESDAY that any ailing woman can safety
take because. it is prepared from mote. doe
Mat of Jan. 1920. not contain aloubol or narcotic It* ingredient
Early; in life she became a Christian Hampton, Feb. .-The people of are printed on wraw<<. Get U .. ,
uniting with the Lake Butler Hampton were made a4 laat Tuesday, ; today either in liquid or tablet formSend .
removal here when learned lOc tot large trial p.okrgeof ablets..
Methodist church after it was that Mr. T. J. _
Add Dr. fmm'e iBvaud Howl,
F4 i and in 'which ahe'wa. a loyal, true Durden bad passed to the Great Be Buffalo N. Y. ...

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PAGE SIX' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1920.-

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i inability on the part of Europe to purchase ] 22228000. Exports were 23,827,978 ZIFP
cotton freely because of unstable gallons of cotton seed; oil and 155,813
II ,\ 1 It , Bradford County Farmers conditions in some of the countries tons of cake and meal.. Ziff Feb. 6.-Messrs. John Thomas ''

and the extraordinary high rate of ex- j, and nephew, Johnnie of Raiford were
(change. I EARLY HATCHING ""A'SThere visitors at the home of J. B. Thomas

Consumption of cotton in the United !' Fliday. They were accompanied home yiiy
'I 1 COUNTY AGENTS' RKPORTS be offered '
., 1 is 110 email. States during the cotton year ending :' is a best time to hatch to get by their uncle, D. D. Thomas.

i I Palm IJpuoh County: A good acre. land may i July 31, 1919, was the smallest for the profitable pullet. Severe hot R. p Lewis was a visitor to Hi >k,
of has been A since 1915. Compared with weather is hard on little chicks. Every -
age potatoes planted. and feed i any year er Saturday morning.
i 'large will l I.e 1918 it showed a reduction of nearlya experienced poultryman knows
acreage put out to pea age than it I Levy Prescott was a visitor to Cra-
; nuts. Farmers are carefully xelectI cash i million and a half hales, the quantity that the danger point in the lives of ham Saturday.

I 'Ing peanut need. Only' nuts contain true in crop the I including linters having been 6,- '' chicks is before they have reached sixweeks Miss Edna Baxter spent the
week
of Dr. N. W Sanborn
ing three or more peas are being selecUd With 223,837 bales The heavy decrease age
the '} Brooker with her
in most caned. There has beena such 1 i was largely due to the reduced consumption I poultry husbandman at the College of end at parents, Mr.
a Baxter.Mr.
crop and Mrs. J. D. .
marked advance! in methods of prpp.I valuable' I of |lihtera owing to the cessation Agriculture, says that constant attention ;
I partition and cultivation. Several far. With the of hostilities in Europe and good care are necessary and Mrs. James Padgett and
.I men claim they are making 1,000 It will be a The reduction was about 700,000 to bring them through this period children made a business trip to \Val.
gallons of acre with small with the lowest possible losses. If the do last week. w
syrup per to .' bales on that account. Lint cotton
mills which naturally means the 'light in planning consumption wag 5,765,936 bales and weather is hot during this time theydo We have had plenty of,rain for the

a i extraction of juice. year. linters 457,901 bales not do so well and are much more past week.
p j I Holmes County: New farms are he- I As good manufacture liable to overheating with consequent Ziff literary society elected its new
1 4 ing opened up by men coming to this j Mate as can ; The rapidly increasing bowel trouble. After they have pas officers Friday, as follows: President a
I of cotton'in the cotton growing states ,
r county from Alabama and Georgia. hare sed this age there is relatively little Leroy Forsyth; vice president Millie ..
in increase of
i sshown nearly 2-
4 ; r These fal'mer.lold their farms a I Why should 000,000) spindles an in that section since loss in the flock and the great majority Forsyth; Secretary, Alva Thomas;
they thought for good prices and from other I of the chicks can be counted on by committee Lomie Thomas '
ro program ,
1914, the total at the end of the 1919
I have come to Florida and bought land but very '' the poultryman as his. It is extremely Avy Starling Lonnie Parker.Mr. '
i fr lend money 'I than I' : cotton year leads being in:the 14,986,311.number of Massachusetts spindles important, therefore, that the hatch- and Mrs. S. Prescott are the ,
,UeSoto County: Truck crops are all planning with 11630397. South Carolina ing be begun and be completed at such proud parents of a fine son, born Feb. ti

Cucumbers planted and aood( 'considerably many of them in the up. | general comes second with 4,955,765, while a time that the chicks will have passed 1st. _ _ _ _ thh

lead, composing about two-thirds the )I average :!I North Carolina is close third with 4- the danger point before the hot
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acreage with beans and potatoes the feed to feed 789,322. Rhod.j Island is fourth with weather catches them. The time to Copper In Ancient Day i
? Members of
7 2,078,180 and Georgia fifth with 2518,0r ,- Copper among the ancient Hebrew, ,b
; "I other third. The price of eggs varies College of hatch and the time at which all hatching
!
used In helmets
making ,
Was
9. ppeurti! fl
I in the different towns of the county I
f farmers to should be completed will of course and other Implements of war. The
erpresston : -
price ranging from 00 to 85 cents per In consumption ol cotton Massachusetts
dozen. Local markets well supplied money at I' also leads with 1,324,815 vary according to the locality and the "bow of steel" found In Job, c
j off to some climate but it is essential that the should be rendered "bow of copper> ," d
with fresh vegetables. bales while North Carolina is in second
Walton {I place with 1,035,717 bales. South chicks be early rather than late hatch. Copper could not have been applied to< y
I County: A great many SET in: : 1 these uses without the artisans possessing ..-
a
peach> trees are to bo not In this f i Carolina's consumption was 764,794 ed. For the most favorable time to do some forgotten secret for
rendering
1 county. A Co-operative shipment of I : bales and Georgia's 702,676 bales. the hatching consult your County Ag. the metal harder and more elastic .. f
L I over a thousand trees was recently) '; '(' I I The utilization of what was formerly -
ent. than we can make It today
t made. The: acreage to cane will be considered a waste and in many instances l le
: largo this year. I In many a nuisance is illustrated in the ----- - -- -- --" --- ------_-
Alachua County: W E. Baker living home o rot : : statistics of cotton seed and cottonweed n
c near Gainesville in this I products which had a combined
put an eva;r space )
ml orator and a barge power mill for many such (I!|, value of $383,580,000 for the year. He I'm a goodskate"
f grinding cane and making syrup this there are |I Production of cotton seed was 5,360- says
,''t' year and is more than pleased with a few hints 000 tons, of which 4,478,608 tons were
I' tho results obtained. The mill extracts when they : used in manufacture. Crude products Chesterfield
i a much higher percl'ntajteIf precautions ,I obtained were: Oil 176,711,000 gallons -
!, juice than the old home mill generallyused timely. J, valued at $227,316,000; cake and
'; and the evaporator turns out the First and j I meal, 2,170,000 tons, valued at $116- AREAL pal!-that's
t, syrup many timed faster than the ing to the : 119,000; hulls 1,137,000 tons valuedat I
1 small kettle in popular use, A large at the $17,917,000 and linters valued at Look at its record.
i f acreage of watermelons will be plant. :: see that the Three
fd around Trenton and hell enough to million smokers
Orange County: There Is going to I'I not to be -leaa than five years on
be a war over the price of milk inOr- '''be "heeled the market TWO word ,
I( .lando during the next few weeks. Itcrtainly ., the nuraery. rot' THRIFT ]
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I seems unfair when the pub|j; out a explain f'.
lie will pay many times over an exorbitant (I trees when ( ) I. "They Satisfy" ,. '
> price for shoes dry goods''the I soil t- ,',

medicirioii hardware and other necessary water. 1 t."f .
'
.i things and yet raise such a noise 1|I undoing the r I ".
ft over the dairies getting what Booms I i I careful to i(ground and a ditch close by will doI
to be, a fair price for their products. I!I I or they will I same thing, and this access of air
J helps to rot the wood, also, keep the
Dade> County: rarnicrn in this coun- ,place or (\
ty facing an acute labor condition arrive in a fence line clean of weed!, as these lt

Congress having panned a law forbidding may often tend to"kcep dew and rain water from t
, the importation of Illiterates wholu tree drying off the posts thus hastening 1'
t I from Itul+ama Ixlunda. We depend exclusively dn)'. They decay.Fertilizers. '' 'If.

on thin labor fur tho halve immediately. / are too expensive to give .
ting of our tomato crop, which this Before '''to wild growth outside the fences. .5

year apprximutcs 12,000) acres be )properly' Have no trees or bushes nearer than
o ---+--------- pucoclly la i 00 feet from. a fence If this cannotbe
: GKOWI FUIIUUA) .EIWS to the (' done dig a trench along the fenne .
FOIL I .FLORIDA LIVESTOCK sired. The ; I and cut off all the roots you strike

.. cutting off : Pine trees will send their roots into 1 t--
fir. I' Such a Practice Will put Money in"thefarmers' the .. /{!' .. the field 100 feet or more in the questof
ually be : fertilizer and moisture and wild
Pockets I
ping from grape vines will do the same, thus rob.

;,, j With the harvesting season months must (Ite> bing the plants of nourishment and $15 in PRIZES

ly ,f away many farmers are finding their | from The the hole IJ"I I I moisture Besides the
room stumps
occupy
feed supply running abort. This means I
R that before break ( receive the the trouble of running implements between -
they corn or cut hay :
Black
crowding 'I. them and the many breakages Bass ContestSome
again that they will have to | r"bi a great deal of feed at high prices, around the I of plows they occasion they give shelter
m feed that with the proper" crop plan. more fertile II ; to rats. The decayed wood at
ning could have be.n'grown last tilizer is (' i their bases is so easy to dig through
j, year. Thus a big hole is eaten in the low the that the wood rats find them favor fishermen do not thoroughly understand the conditions
years' before ,soil pack able places for nests and after haying
profits they are really I governing the bass
prize and
contest
made. the hole is I provided them with habitation the we are ,out

With some farmers, thin shortage the tree, farmer plants corn to feed them with. lining them below:
d of feed is canned by bad seasons lust mulch over The farmer sometimes suffers from
year or something clue over which said that hail storms and freezes and they cannot 1. The bass must be caught with rod and reel
a tree live if be protected against.
But
against
they had no control. With other
farmers this shortage of feed occurs down on his nearly all other untoward conditions in the vicinity of Starke, or by local fishermen,
after It is caused Is worth '(' he can wage successful battle. He but
t year year by too can not necessarily in Bradford County.
Should the make a drouth harmless
"r small an acreage of crops being grown by clean and
to nuply the amount of stock kept nn suffering for proper cultivation; a flood has no terrors 2. This
i" the farm. ;year after, (. for him who has provided runoffof contest is open to all fishermen in Bradford

i There are various reasons that may water them the water from his fields. There is and Clay Counties.
an easily applicable way of getting

How's This 7 ton boll rid weevil of the can corn be weevil.starved to The death.cot 3, We do not require that the bass shall be a

;t i that CATAUKH W. Ben 1100,00 MElJICINi.; be for rnrod::any: cast by of 1IAL.I/I retarrt ,k-.Hooks,: at Last ore Hogs cholera can be by made immune against caught with tackle purchased from us but itis nee- t

HALL'S CAT A UK II MTCDICTNT!: : is\ 'n'r I timely injection of ser cessary that all entries shall be
I .n Internally and art through the tunnt, t guliitcd But do not apply remedies! after accompanied with
on the Mut'ou fcuniUMj of tint ti: >n..,i, : tle:, *arc it is too late-"do it information showing the time
now.
Bold by drurrlut place kind of
Pft-' f-.r over forty tea. 1 I liiihine- !I ,
I'rte, Ira '!. uuioi..uln.. fro. ) III Waste places on the farm afford lure line
4'2', i F. J. Cheney 4, Co.. Toledo Ohio. I know what of black rich earth and should be reel and rod used.

i I and hauler_! intn__ thn..._ et.ll- -"" '-.-
{ '' -- n obM.iii there is little else to do. With a The bass must be brought to our store and

As Dead e lot manures fertilizer are on twice the land as effect com weighed. The reason for this is that it will be

; ) Be careful and buy your fertili fair to all to have all entries weighed on the same
only from reputable men-there scales. Then
too like
great chances for fraud in them. we to look at the "big

:' is no reason at all why sheep fellow..tho we'd rather see him on cur line

bought at a high price should than the other man's. If should
better than cow manure except you happen to

it is so finely comminuted that come in late after our store is closed, just 'phone
.
effect is
quicker. But
you can i Mr. McLane
No.
at 19
up your lot manure to the same | and he will comedownand

If you buy ground lime rock I i l weigh' your fish for you.
all, get the finest; it takes a life I
for coarse ground rock to become 5. All contestants
food. Slaked lime is much the are permitted to enter more

Every druggist In town-your druggist and as it enters every crevice and than one bass, though only the largest one will

gist has noticed a great falling off in the sale immediate effect. be counted. N
",. After you have to the
all give the gone expense
same reason. Dodson's Liver I
I digging ditch ..
a see that it is en 6. 1
:
place to carry off water by cleaning it st prize, any selection of fishing tackle in

"Calomel is dangerous and people know when it becomes partly choked by our store amounting to $10.00.
Liver :Tone Is perfectly safe and gives ; and trash.
1 prominent local The cattle our forefathers owned 2nd prize any selection of
druggist well on the range all the fishing tackle in our t
year
because the pasture was so store amonnting to $5.00.

Take "Dodson's Liver I IDodon'i better then But the fires and
Under the
cutting of the forests have made conditions of this contest, if should
User Ton 1 ia personally Take a I winter range so poor that many of catch a bass you
guaranteed by very druggist who up feeling flnej ; cattle must,be helped through the to weighing more than 3 Ibs. it would be well
him
Mill it. A Urge bottle costs barb headache, sold ; the season. In cold, wet days at enter and then if you catch a larger one later '
on
f.w cents, and if It fails to give Uiy bowel.. It to where poorest they of them can get should some be you can cancel your first entry.

relief In of liver convenience all
every cue slugglahM and given some rough food
lent calomel.!
I 1 and ootutlpatloa ;you bare only I could be easily be saved for them.
14 tk: for ;your money back. today and ; pasture of rape and rye should be
weak, sick and l< for the cows that drop calves
podeoali Liver Tone Is .
Quigley
a pleaaantjttftttag Lumber
a work
day's calving always happens in the and Co.
4 purely; vegetable remedy Ton iaateadi : time of the year when the cows Supply

/ '' harmless to both"g children and adult. rigor sad. too' nourishment poor to give their young the / Hardware and Sporting Good-








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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6 1920.
BRADFORD COUNTY f ELK GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
PAGE SEVEN


YOU A I garden. Many vegetables grown at of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Sloan Satur I Imunicntions
treated confidential] will lest. thereon. on the Sled day of FebruaryWltneaa
II i home are better than those bought in day. FARMER BROWNThe I, Address. A. D. 11120.

TARGETFORINFLUENZA I if the not market cooked because they deteriorate Hogan SmitrTmade a business tripto E. A. STKOUT FARM AGENCY tint dny of tny January official, A.alrnature D 1BCO.and Heal this

almost immediately af- Clayno Saturday; Heard Bldg. Jacksonville Fla. I w. T WEEKS.
iter they h.ralnll did damage" to the Clerk Circuit Court llradford'County
are picked. Some of them are Fla.
1802UASPIRIN
A. K. Smith of Sampson City was bridges and roads and Farmer R'Owncan't I II By C A KNIGHT.
string
i beans lima beans and
<<
11)ea8. .
i in Starke Saturday on business. > I l/eputy Curb
pet to town.
,PEAt
corn. Nearly every family hasa ) 1.28.61.1.20.

backyard suitable for growing a John :McKinney, of Graham was This ought to be another boost for '

small garden. The chief essentialsare ] here Saturday. good road. It is hurting'r'one.; FOR HEADACHEName SATE OF ROAn AMI IIKIDGE HOM''S
: Hereby notice la irlvcn that at Siftu clock /
: HITS LISTLESS. RUX-DO.VN that the soil be of good texture Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Thomas are the Even the K. F. D. mail carrier can't p m., Tuesday the loth day of February

EOI'LE FIRST-THEIIl BLOOD well supplici-d with humus and plant proud parents of a baby girl arrivingat make his trips. 1\12\1.\I at the county court |H>U.. In Mtarka. :

IS THIN 'I food. It is also] essential that the garden their home Jan. 20th. There are even some sick\ folks that "Bayer" is on Genuine I I SllMl.liiiO.OO Horda:: : ; undervla-ntHl par slue.'
fOrms Everywhere-In Epidemic be kept free of weeds and gress, Mrs J. X. Batchlott] is visiting her the physicians can't each owing. to Aspirin-say Bayer 111 tanda..to, lie Number Iraued hy One. Special of Bradford Hoed and County Hrldn. i,I

.and that the soil be cultivated fre.fluently mother at ampville this week. bad roads. Su'h'a8'B may terminate I FliirliU., .... by ChaiU-r. "ilMiO ae amendI'd i E: Tn

[ and well. If a choice may be in death and if this should] hap- I by C shapter I1rl.: 7VU1." Laws of Florida and Inaccordance
Mrs. B. M. relatives :
visiting
E Kelly was .. the resolution of the Hoard
I'REPAnC1JSTHEXGTIIESSD had
I select a plot where the sun may in Jasper Friday. pen the good preacher will !say The of Hand' Trustees of th. said' district adopted
BUILD UP YOUR BLOOD strike it throughtout the day for sunshine '' Lord called him (or her) home;" but I January 6lh. 1920. ...

r WITH PEPTO-MANGAN j and warmth will aid germina. 'I' The stork visited the home of Mr. if we had better roads the Lord would Ii TI.. said bonds are to ba dated July. 101. "
10HI.\ and will be l issued In twenty-eluM U')
and Mrs. Carrol
tion and plant development.A ] McKinney leaving; a let i
Z "omIItllY l Sere longer avrlet. the Oral sides to mature July let, k
Jlf it is true that high proportion of humus fine boy. 1P22 and each auecedinir' eerlee to mature
you are nut feelingur or I We
are having a big run on Stoves .
one nar later than tha eerlva which i r eedeaIt.
best-)if )'UU have that "al.. a>Sll, rotted vegetable material is desirable ,I Mr. and Mrs. Carrol] Wynn of New and Ranges; just sold two of the $lOIJf'outh II tint la to ..,.. Series A will\ mature July. I ..jand

feeling and no lnlerestor, <>niasm ., in the garden soil, since it produces' River were visitors at the some of Bend Malleable Ranges lot. ivtt Emirs II will ....Iu.. July 1, ma.
ao ..... The bonds to ... oftcrvil for sale
Jesse Thomas
-then should be an open texture adds nitrogen insures Sunday. .
jou careful I Never in the history of our business lu affirreald will he followa t
the influenza.. the presence of beneficial bacteria Mr. and :Mrs. .N'ugger/: are visiting have I "OOO.IIU" each of ttorlea A. H, C. I>. E. P,
aids in we sold so many Plows but we O. II. 1. J, k. U M. N. O. V. Q. It. S. "'.
unlocking food their Mrs Jesse
It is thin-blooded anemic people] plant I I daughter .. Thomas me keeping out stuck up and prices lariat, Tablets of And ft.miOOU each of U, V, W, X. Y. 7.. .
p from mineral on "Barer Aspirin"in
diseases particles and increases this week. 'i AX and KX.
at strikes first. The down low
factt as "
the moihture-rctaining as "possible i "flayer package containing proper Tao said bond to tnar tntcrei-t at fi norcent.
you have had a very few serious the propertien' .of I Mrs Eva Smith and\ children of It is now the first of another month. directions for headache ('olds. Pain ocr annum. payable m.annually In New

' messes has nothing to do with it. Every soil. Gainesville, Wt'l'1'lsitil1jt friends here We hope everyone will come in and ', Neuralgia Lumbago ana Rheum ti m. York. or at. the office of the Hoard of IlondIrualti'a
\In Florida. the holdvramay
ritarkc
,.: one gets run-down occasionally Fertilizers should be carefully se- [ Saturday.Miss lay> tlieii bills ]like good honest fellows Name "lIayer" moans genuine Aspirin, *lerl aa

""i)) id when they do, the blood is in no ilectcd. Nitrogen which stimulates Alma Starling of Gainesville, we !Know thl'nto be. We arc too prrioribod. by pliyiiciani for nineteen All hid shall bi In wrttin,. ...Ie'd. and tin
tin lioxui of 12 tablets 0' niiltinnal., and bet for nil the bonda now
lUndy i
may
A') ndition to fight off disease | leaf growth well-rotted manure or the Miss Bertha Sloan busy to call years. I .
' germs was guest of personally on everyone.We Cod! few cent. Aspirin is trade mark .lien, I nf any part thereof, not lea than $10..
(cause it has not enough red corpus .1'otting'egetaLI", matter. Sheep) Saturday.Miss have several I prospects on the of Payer Manufacture of Monoacoticncljmtcr nun' 11 and shall be accompanied by a .....1.

] It is the red corpuslea i of the j manure and poultry droppings will EfTie Sloan is visiting relativesin famous Million Talking! :Machine of of Salicylioacid.. "i.l I. biinili rHeck, bid for(8 or.per tent of the par value ofd ,

j that fight disease and save you hurry plants along as rapidly as many which WI are showing two cuts again uiil bands to I I... delivered to the purrbaaura
sickness. I chemical] fertilizers. Staike for a few days this week. .oon .. they ran ba printed.
The nirht to reject any or ail, Mila. hereby. ,
lit You, simply can't afford to take With a little forethought; a small --- -+- ----- CI.ERICH REPORT I I. if*
when influenza is striking tl'al"of ground may be made to sup ....... .. : ",....... Ma, Jan 1. 1U20. BOARD OP IIONP THUSTFES
ply the LIFT CORNS ORCALLUSES ... .., : Report of tha clerk of the Circuit Court In FOR MKCIM.' ROAD ANI
{ thousands everywhere. Fortify average family with fresh ,,-, ';::;"GPo. .. and for Bradford county. Florida on accountof. IHlinflK DISTRICT NO. ONE:
blood-build it up with the pleas- I I vegetables throughout the year 'MKr : Taxes aant>...d fur tin, )'.'.r IVIOtB. IIKADIOKU COUNTY FI.OK-

;h;' ant tonic Pepto-Mangan. I Many home gardeners are content to OFF ..-- ); M. nOWI.TNO fan Collector.Caunte IDA.Py E. 8. MATTHEWS

'v,*. And should be just raise a single crop on the tract but isis proper. l-n.B.C.| Chairman.
you recovering
possible two Nov, 1. to bal dun, ...___-_________.__lH2aor>0Hy
jy;p from influenza you need Pepto-Man- to1'0'1'1':: or three crops amt collected .._..._._._.________ 15115.01
Kan because blood has in one season on the same soil, andtht'y Doesn't hurt! Lift any corn or STATFMFNT or TilE OWNFHSIHP. MAN.
gt your + will be better and cheaper than don I t.. Iml due ..............._..168H1.IKI AUFMFNT.: RKQttlKMt: 111 A'T OF
j ed its strength. \ .Xhaust.j' callus off with fingers roNf.KKHH AIH.IIHT it. int. \
Road and Bridie lUilrlrt Na. 1
[ help build you up.PeptoMangan Zany toot can be bought on the mar- Nov I. to bal due -.____n__________ "4KB.KB Of Bradford County Telea-raph puHlnt.edweeklr
.. __... at rtlarka, Ma.. for Cli-tolier 1. 1\119.
<< is ht amt .01l..t..1 _... .._. 110.00Jan.
.
widely and heartily i .1.- iif riurlila. County of IlrmUord.' a> t

endorsed by physicians.\ is cf'fective If winter hangs on too long start 1, to bal due u___.._.__ ___.... won.8a elate 1(..fore and me enmity, a notary. aforeftalil.public In peraonally and for. appeared the

and easy to take. No difference the plants in a cold frame and have Road and fluid.. tll.lrli-t N. S .;. 8. MnlUii'wu. who having boon dulyaworti.
1. 1- -I II Nov. 1, lo bal due ?..___ ____._____ Blnl.ll according. In law, ... ... and can that
them for into the .IN.
in medicinal ready setting I
( properties.. gard..n Ily amt collected, ............ .- lie, U the r" < r of the tlradfonl. County Tele
e Sold at any drug store. But be sure when danger of frost is past. "" vraiili. and that the following-( to the brat
you get the genuine PeptoMangan"Gude's. There is really no secret to good pardoning Jan. 1. in' 11 du.------------------ 8101.18 I of lib Knnwli'ilire. and Iwltuf. a true atatenumtof
Irinwa1 Pension ,. the
of
II ownrmhlii manairmvnt. etc ,
t ." Ask for it by the name and for the family table. Success 1 I Nov I. to bal due .__ ._ _. __.,.. ISIS OBHy afurnald nuhllcallon for Uia data ahown* In

'e sure the full name is on the pack.age..adv. depends on the proper attention to details amt collertid .._ _00._____- 1HU H4 Ian....10",.. cantlon, n> J. < It. i
>< and knowledge:: of the details can !I'' Jan I, to hal due .._...__..... --.._ lflju. 1 Tact. the ISI2.name and adilrMua of the nullllahrr. flI
be quickly ]learned. County School I I editor managing. editor and bualnraamnnaRira .

GET THE GARDEN STARTED Nov 1, to bal due _._.....______.___84(1100 are I
Hy. amt collected __ ....___ ._ ..____.. HIJB7.20 I'tilillKhrr. F. R Malthewa. llta..... Fla.FillUir. .
A SAMPSON CITY F.:. 8. Malthrwa, Htarke. FlaIliulnrea

[Reduce the Grocery Bill By Growing I IDon't Jan 1. to bal due .._. _.___....___..171128.80 I manager .;. 8. Matthews, fttarae,

Your Own VegetablesSurely Sampson City, Feb. 6.-J. N. Batch- County Tolla FlaThtt the E. ". Matthewa. RI..".
Nov. 1. to 11 due ... ._._.. __.... I24CIOOHy sworn Bret 1
lot tand Herbert' Anderson madii a ami collected ._. ... __._. ._.. .._ f 4 00Jan. 1. .
Th.t tne known Iwndhnl.k'n' morinawem and
Florida 'n' I
no farmer is plan-] ness trip to Hawthorne Friday.
.,. . 11700 other aecurlty holdera ownlnic or holillnir 1 ..
bal due
1. lo - --"-- '
lung to live'without a garden this K. II. Smith cf Hawthorne was ln r cent or more of total amount of Itonup*

'year, but some families may be slow here in business SaturdayMrs. : This is what every home should haveto 1. lo bal Talal due _B...0 a_.HrkeelNov. . __ .__. _. 510008 I mortnavee or other aveurltlea R. 8. MATTIIBWRRwcirn aret None .

1 Hit .starting the work of soil preparation Alice Kits is visiting in Starke make life worth living this kind of Hy. ami collected -- . _- . ----.--.-. IIIHI7 I to and RiilNicrllMd before me this Sard

6 and planting. Induce them to be. and while there has her dbughtei weather. Come in and see and hear bal du.--------------- ml..OH ; day of January, 'mo. '
Jan 1, to ,,18..11( OFO.: C. WIIITR.
a I Rio early by setting a good example.Th Louise under the doctor's treatmentfor Hub-Rckeal II...... My eommliwlon ..1.1_ Jan. 14, 1128.

l re is scarcely a month in which erisypleas.] suffer! A tiny bottle of Nov I. to bal due . ___. .__ . ._ '__' 5751 7BPy
|f Freeion ooaU but a few crnU at any amt collected .__..... ...._._ .__..48600 NOTICE
something can not be planted or Mr and Mrs. H. F. Price and daugh -

[grown keeping a continuous supply tera., drug store. Apply a few drops. on the Jan, 1. to bal du. _. ..__. ..._ .... 6A4R.78rlperlal Notice la hereby. given that aNty. day. from
callusu "It It
1 corns, and "hard on bottom date. ...-..It, OH the IBth day. of Pehruanr A.
\ of vegetables] available for the table urday while enroute to Live Oak of feet then lift Fee Road. a 8r1.... Rend IHatrlct Na. I Judge '
> them off. 11. Ifiao. I will present to the County
Music'r __...._. ____."UO.1
[throughout the where they will spend few days with \{ bell *> Nt. I. to bal du. u. of Hradford County., Florida, my. final. ae* !
bt year. a <>er.oDe remove corns from the I,,. amt collected ..._... .u.... .. ... 1819711 .
The extension division of the College the letter's parents. tor or ci.*Mai from the bottom of feel, vnunti and voiichera of the. estate of J. M.

the skin 11 due __. ._____.._..._.77120.H6 ruuh. dreeaaed and apply for lh..Pprov.lof
1 | of Agriculture says that there are Mrs. R. A. Burrows and sons, Willie beneath to left pink and health Jan. I to same and for my final discharge aa such
I sad never sore, tender or irntaUd.Let's Hperlal. lined a IlrI.... Hood lll.lrlct Na. t administrator
> other reasons for planting a home and Lee were visiting at the home r, Nov 1. to 10..1 due u_.-- __ ___. .._IfillllORIIHy listed the IVth day of December A. D.

amt pollecled _. .u... ....... __ Ion,
I ( 8 J. FUTCH.Adnlnlatrator .
I. .1 I Jan 1. to bal due __ __.... _____. _.1BBIIO H 1 of the falate: of J. M. Futch.riireaned .
W. T. WFF.KS. 12.19.111.--11
-. (Seal) Clerk I Circuit Court
C. A. KNK.IIT,
lly
NOTICE TO ATPPARTn
41WIJ
' D"lm' Clerk Circuit Court llradford. County, Florida. e
Minnie 1... ThompaonComplainant. !

Go OVER I H (
/ HI'rdAI MARTFH'R SATE! vaJuhnl 1
.
Pitw Notice I. hereliy Vivien that umler and hy TlMimrxinnlii'frnilant. j.
virtue .., a tlmil. .lecn<.. of foreelimure made I .
and rendered January" IBIh, A. I) IHUO, hy nil.I. FOR IVoRrP: .
Nii the Jiiiliifi.. of the ('Ircuit Court ot Florida. I Ir.luhth It having bran ahown by alTlflavli. that the ) S
; Judicial ('I..", It. In and for llrad'ord' defendant. Johlllp Thoinniton.' I. a eU I..n of .I
The C iunly, In Chancery" ..In h.... In that certaineaime tlie Stab of lurula, but Ihnt hla wharrahonta >
Top wherein Alfred. K tin waa complainant la the
v I. unknown and that the defendnnt over
and A. II Jnliruon and ludi.i".nili-nl. l>rtlllMir ..". ff twentywine. year. and that there la no
('.....|>any, a .cornoratlon, were ill fendanta one In the AI.... of Florida upon whom aervlcecan
the unilenilirned. will offer for Male liefnrethe I lie had. to hind aald rirf........111.
curl hiiUKe door at fitarko I Inrlila, lietwiH IT 18 Illp-flPrnicIO" : onlored, connldcrml andailliulved
>ti the, .ball hiium 4tt aalo l on Munilay, If.( ... said ili-f.lnli.nt.. Johnlo Thompnon.
March 1.1. 11,211. to the hmheat' Nod lnt hlil-
.
do apru'iin the eoninlalnantH, hill of complaint
"AfroF"WC der for rash, the following diiierilieil. lanite herein on or ".'''.. the 2nd. day of r
The ululated In llrailford. County, riorlila, tn- Ivl.rtiary. A. f>. Vtin.. In default thereof "
few enlistments wlt I deem. pni eonfmiio will I lie entend agalnathe 'r
Just a are lacking to give i'L" L' F cords The, Faet Half nf the Nurthiael. Quarter ( Maid. Jfifinla Thnmpaon. '"
: ;: end. Hnuthwent Quarter nf the Northiant Quarter It la further ordereil that thla, notlea he plih11ehi -
Starke the distinction of the first Kant Iliilf nf the Houlhwee.1 Quarter, ,d' In the llradford County, Trleirranh. ,
forming clot ry ixed Up HiiuthfaNt QuarU Northwest Quarter <.f Northweat Quarter ofHeetlim ., Klorlila' once 'h week for five consecutive
3. Tiiwnnhln tI Houlh.' Itanitn 22 Pest ; weeks.
National Guard Company in Florida to be TF j'Cr:1' o-h, ; haDa- A I... 11..1111..1.10.. .. of Northiaiit Quarter 'I I IN WITNF.I: trrnFOP. I have hereunto

licnt-.1t.J'a/; : .- .-File" of Bectlim 4, Towneiiln, II bouih, linnuv 2il ant mv hand and united the, ....1 of the C'lrciilt 1
.; .net: (Court. on lode, the lilt h day. of Intcemher.A. .
mustered in with the full strength of 100 -tJ: : .1 I tifcit: Al.o lota One 0 II). Two (II), Three 'HI.Pour . l I'. llllll
'Mi. live lit anil din (61. or the Weal' W T WfFKI: !'
outc-: '. ".' t"r. .4 :y( tf llnlf of the S..uIIw..1., << ..r of the North Cltrk Circuit Court Ilradford County.'SFAI .

men. We did not fail to measure up to our rc::; '';.) : . :--: ." t : .:";: .t sad Quarter, of Hcctlnn 2: Townnhlu, t Houtli .> Florida. 1
..
llnntie U2 K: t ; A II! CRFWS.Hollnltor: ,
ph't' I " full duty during the great world war. Let'snot t. i: -" .. -' :Vj.utO: I..nI It'. RlxUien rill, rVventeen (Ill|, Rlirh> 4
I.1"1.'IwentyMine. (21) Twenty-two. (1221, IMMIHBKINFRS' 8AI Rllrnby If
arc:: : Twenty-three I mi.: Twenty-four 124) nr thoN.1h".1 nntlee In given that under. and I'V' S
fail now when it is a matter of home Quarter of the Bnuthweat Quarterof virtue of that
r -.- ; ., .. .. ... 21Fa certain donna of partltlfin mad
Heel H Itanve
!2, T'lwnehln Mouth
I . and entered. In the Circuit' Court In and' forKraiiroed
I'll.; : "': . t,.. .curh .t, hi.Inir a part tif <:umrnh,,,'. ftiihillvlnlun.. .. County. ., Florida In Chancery. ,
protection. .. .. . j c' . ...>> ( ." records. of Hvrlli.o 2. lownxhlp. II Boiith, Itanira 22 far Inch dny. of .r..I1...... A. I). IIIHII, 'In Favor on
wt:..cc:; t,. ',..' . .ttnnh.tnen'.i. Fan: (if Alice II. 8urreney. and. her ....,10..1. A. M'irnney .

L. -.<1 honf tha: f.r..tIr.BtN' A. V. I.ONO K M Klieclal JOHNS' 'M.,. ........ l ,Will.. .I ..n.:Mllh; Wilt and. I her hin.ljiir.il. T. O... i
WIMIama. Join William and W.
favorite te-
tyo'Jtr riiiliclbir, for CimiiilHlnant.. l-DO-Dl-J-VT: ley. WIMIama.
minor by their neat friend
: Remember that are not asked to do car: a t _, :cj: caver heard them -. -- -- . - .1. r WIMInmH. eompltilnanta( and. niralnHt J.
. you play: <, u .r:oJo MiTtrr or ArriirATiov ron TIC nn.iiIMIFK F Wllllnnm' ili'fendnnt the updi-mlirned commlailnnera .
. / UK'THIN 171 (IP Tilt will offer. and sell 'In front .if the
this service for nothing. Aside from havingthe .F."AI.: UTATI'TPHIferehy ': sect house iloor In It,.ph., Itnidford. Ciiunty..
iin Jnwrr reed ey MnehlnnpNw9i Coulee la given that I I'. H. Hunt'puma.cur .riorldn. ilur.ntt the ligal I hiiura. of aal. on
Mi.nilHy. the I., day. of March A. D 'IU20, It
of of nale eertlflentea
satisfaction of performing a patriotic reatieetlvely riart 1H5 tax and iaat Issued' by numliered the thighest and teat bidder. for ...10 In hand. I
the fallowing deiicrllied real
'. '.. mint altuateil and
Tan ( .11..1" of Itrailford ( ""IY. Florid ,
Bull! eertlfleatea lielnir doted tile. 4lh day, ofAug. Isle\ In "llradford County' Florida' to-wlt I ,1
duty will be paid well for the time re- A. I), llllll end liaa, Sled ..Id certldealeaIn The Northwest' Quarter of rWtlon 27. Town. 1
you my' office and rial maile aiitillratlnn fur lab lilv 8 South Kaniie ID East and the Houthw.al Vibe
Quartir of Heetlim 27,
Townnhlii A Hnulh,
d.r.l to Inane In apciirilanre with law
IfOLB: BY ,. ,It) ITi.nl lien the North /
: Half I of the
quired. Privates will receive $7.50 per thin famous Instt'umt'Jlt.The tha Ihe fiiltowlnir said certltlratea larulii In llrailforrl reatiectlvely' county enihrama., Pin.- lIIu..h..1. ( quarter, and 11..11..1. Quarter of

boys arc still c.mlnlin and '01". HimeiMefl at the ilate of Inn I.."...... of aucheortlflralea the Norlheant quarter, and tho N..th..t of
month and non-commissioned officers will signing for the National Guards In the, name w reHDeetlvely, hereinafter the Moutneaat.., quarter.. In rleetlon IIM, 'I'own.Khifi .
up particularly ...t forth, to-wlt : I ICertificate I'' A 1< ,110. U. ". 19 Cant: ; Alan, hoirlnnln '
Come on, boys, und help go: over the : No 1"" emhraeea the NorlhianlQuarter ( at the Nnrtheant corner of the Nnrtheaat

be according to their rank. 100 mark. and FaNt Half of Northweat, QuarterHe 21 Uiinrter, TnwtMlilp of the 111..10.Northwest, ,......quarter.. ID Kant of .H-ellon
paid .. thennarun
CAPT. IIt'WlTT C. JONES N. .!I'4.1 Cauthvn.CertlHeate p H. H. It. >ilX>: F.:.. t'40 aeri'i. .. _.d We.l' ,MO ....,1. to IN.I..t of commence.mt.nl .

STOKE I thence Koulh tie "..d. ; thenta Wi...tJin
HARDWARE Na. INK emhraeee" th. Witt llnlf i / yard. : thence North 140 yanla. ; thence.
of Northwent, Quarter, S..... 4. 1'". 8, E. R :Kaal air yardii" tit point of commencement, {
::2 K. No acres, _......l Unknown. umlalnlng i, sip ...... more. or lees conl.lnln"
Eighty-five patriotic young men have answered ITnlne aald. C'rllrlcarea ....11 .he redeemed !I in all 44 acres, more. or I....
FARMSalesman aeeorilinir' to law tax deed will I. iHaue thereon N I). WAINWKK.IIT.: ',
on the 2'lrd day >.f Feliriiary.: A K. 1920. I A. N. ('Itf.WH.
the call. Come and join them in Wit.... my. official ulirnature and peal this . r ''.'. AHKAFtV: Ciimmlr-lnrFni.
loth day. of January" A,. U. IIIZO.\ j, ,\ Ti' AilKINn,

W. T WFKK1: : Cngd.inanSnlicllor: ' I I.,1fdttS7MANT
Wanted
showing the world that Starke is 100 percent Clerk. Clreult rolirtrsp .-
: 1.1 i ray. C. A Kvirrrr; III'I'IAI.
':K'fl HAIK:
t-2a-Bt-2-20 t>enuty. Clerk Nnfca la .
red blooded. I We wish to secure the services of a virtue. hereby irlven that slownnlumad,
- -'---' - -- Ifil.I decree of Vr
reliable man to net ps our local representative NOTKF or APPIICATIOV, row TA'I DFEf i end entered. In n certain ..11'. iiendlnv( In the
I'Mlr-W KKTIflN 1T> OF Tilt '1(letult, Court of llradforil' County., Florida on
section
in this of Florida.
f.RMHAI.: HTATI'TFM I 11 the chancery pale' of inlil court, .jnade and en-
The capital business methods and Notlee la herehy. a-lven that W, t. ftiltrapuroha ,1..1'',l on the nth day of January A. I). 1H20.
.er of tut eenlflnale No: IlKl nated the wherein, the American Trust Company, .
of the largest farm a roe.iomnn.
reputation agency 7th day. of Julr A. n. 1102, haa filed aM, I Ieertlfleata I art ailinlnlatratoe. ( of a.... eatafce
In the world established! 1900 will be II) my. "iff,.. and hail, maile. anpllra.Ion (I. F Mnrklllle, ileeeaned In eomananl -
behind and success assured. ( fr.r tax deed. to Inane In accordance with I"' ., und W H Parker. India parker
your
1 you
law Said rertlflcate/ emhraeea the following I Iilenrrllied h ito wife, John I'. Coffin, ., aka defendant .
are *
DUTY CALLS Unless] you have been successful in i>n>n.rty, altuatad In llradford. county I' i in, lomlgned .. apeelal maater. will null before
other ventures, and enjoy the respect Florida, .,.-..1<< tIII I,PIP, court home dimr. of nradfurd' Counly.
I I-H A cnma till yda R of NW Cor Roulheaat I IQ" Ntarke. Florida, , on Monday. the 1.1 day. of
and confidence of your townsmen do ...*... of flntitheaiit Quarter. H..c 24. lamer, Haerh 1 1fI 1WO. between I... legal houm of tab ,
not apply. Experience: not necessarybut I'l": y.... thenre B I in* rda, to ran of hraneh I I I.. th. lilifh.nl, and. ....t .blddi. .r fur ...h. tha
'1.fn r> mi run of branch to line of said lot 'p H"" .h.U| ''''ortl..'' real edat, nltnn'ed/ aid
TODAY must own an automobile hence W to point nf .heeinnlnir' hounded. b.If. I 1,i..ln. In the eounlv of llradfiml. and II.",. tf
JOIN Our business Is paying capable men Ha.rn on W n. W T.I.IOK.t/.n on H' I InHHa and il...........01 .. follow, ...-...11 :
$3,000 to J7.EOO yearly. State! all levy Johna) on K: See 24 T,.. 7. II It 215st T>,.. North Unit of th. Noulhweat Quarter
: ID A. <'f' Ieo... Townnhlp 3. Mouth llnnue ill Kiwt. -
particulars in first letter regardingyour ; I Th. said land being ...e.aed at the. date ofi vnlalnlng; Ho acres more or te.aE .
age business experience and If the Issuance of such. eertlflcate In the nameof :. M JOHNH.
T. M. Wllllarna.' I7nlvaa acid certmcale I i. V I.ONO. Hpeclal Master
you are a property owner. All com- ahall be redeemed according, to law, tan deed. Solicitor for Complainant l>s0.6t-g8T


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f ." I'" FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1>20.
._- .w.- --- -- - BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA

j PAGE FOUR ...-- -==

'" to agree to the verdict of guilty in the

'r.l liradford County Telegraph follow"Every, nays Southern: State like every trial of Alvin Calhoun negro at Monroe -.err't" ,
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111 La. Thursday following the murder -
other State in the Union, haH a smaller ,
acreage in wheat this winter thana of N. H. Arnold Jan. 20th at Tal-

f'bblUhed Weekly, and entered as sea The aggregate decreasefor lulah. La., he wa publicly whippedand
year ago.
and clam matter at the poet-office at the country is about 12,000.000 then'dipped in a mud hole, accord Y

Starke Florida. acres or 25 per cent. In the Westthere ing: to reports from that place. i 'I' ,

A' i -_ == ._- -- - -,," are evidences of a very great decrease When the jury returned to its quarters .
in the courthouse with the dissenting
Unless the
i E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner. !in the meat supply. verdict of guiltywas
w South meets this situation by raising Juryman, a

more corn and oats and pork and beef agreed upon.
"The day that I remember, the day and poultry, this section and the country *

i you for (' "-bill collecting day. nt large will have to pay exorbi- WATER MILL

Cant prices for foodstuffs! and feedstuffs -
Uncle Sam once had to clean up ( Water Mill, Feb. 6.-Services were

Havana, both for the sake of the good couldbe held Saturday at Dedan by Rev. i
commercial
of that city and to make himself safe "No greater folly Woods.

i from the yellow fever. Lately Havana committed by the South than to be Mrs Viola Thomas and daughter

has developed into a moral past house tempted to increase its cotton acre- Laura and Lena attended church at !i
( I that age at the_expense of its foodstuff ieii STRIKE 1
II IIII t' we cannot much longer endure at supply. Any man who advocates that Dedan Saturday. : t
v our very doors. Get your broom, Un.. Misses Reba and Rhoda Brown and
cle. policy is going directly contrary to the
I Alvah Thomas were shopping over atWater
best interests of the cotton growersof
Mill afternoon.
Saturday
the South and of the and of
country
Holland has refused to give up Kai. Miles Hall of Alachua, is visiting ''iiiI
ser Bill-and that's the end of it. the world. his friend Willie Fowler this week. CIGARETTE ,;!' ..

Some time ago the Telegraph prognosticated "Every possible! effort! will be made, Davey Carter and Elmer Brown recently f

that the kaiser's trial directly and indirectly by the world's left to KO: into the service of : I .

would never take place. The demand cotton mill interests to induce the Uncle Sam Mr. Carter entering the

' for his extradition was only perfunc. South to increase its cotton acreage: army, and Mr. Brown, the navy. i
tory, and those concerned will\ be glad but any man who does that from a Willie Brown happened to the ac- .

rb, to let the .subject drop. I selfish or from a mistaken point of rldrnt of cutting his foot Thursday :

view of an 1 1r.! l'c'a"pd supply of his own afternoon.O. .

Dr. A. Conan Doyle fiurtrtu as the I law materials will ho endangering the W. Thomas was transacting bus this famous .,

creator of "Sherlock Holmes" and as ,world's food supply iness at Starke Saturday.We WHEN you see

fi master of deductive reasoning, Food crop. ate wanted and plentyof are glad to report that Mrs. J. think a minute! : ;
should be the last man to be taken in them. It will be the part, of wisdom II. Brown better at this time.

riy charlatans, one would Ruppoce.] Yet for Florida farmers to plant no O. W. Thomas has purchased a half Think of the delicious taste of

tnl. has happened, for hd) !is now a cotton at all this year We can manage interest in the wood rack near Clayno.C slice of fresh toasted bread! I "'

raving spmtuallst spiritualists!\ : to get along somehow with a A. Smith, of Clayno, has pure a

srr' ever rave. .u..,, eWm: to nave con. small cotton supply but we cannot do chased a new building; on section .
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rya ve.ea with his dead Hon through a'medium"Another without food. There era so many three, near here. That's the real idea back of the
M -'" proof of the truth products the farmer can now sell\ for The farmers have had a backset in

of Pope's assertion that "Great wit to cash money till there is no longer an preparing their crops on account of success of Lucky Strike cigarettes.

mpdness closely is allied." excuse to plant cotton just becauseit the rainy weather. Toasting improves tobacco just as wellas
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is a "money crop. And the only < '
The time is approaching. when wood! way to exterminate the boll weevil is RA1FORURaiford bread. And that's a lot.

alcohol will be "spiked" with HomeDowerful to quit planting cotton for a year or r

emetic which will make it two. Feb. 6.-Perla Whitten Try a Lucky Strike cfgaretteI -
impossible to be retained long enough Eustice Crews and Carlos Jones were

after swallowing to do any harm. Uncle UNIQUE MONUMENTThe visitors to Starke Thursday afternoon

Sam has found !it necessary to turna r

practical joker, and it requires very most unique monument in the Chesleigh Smith left Thursday for 1

little imagination to produce in the world has recently been unveiled in I It's toasted

mind a comic picture of the conse- the prosperous little city of Enter. :

cprrices. While the history of drunkards prise. Ala. This is nothing more or

ha. so far recorded only "downs" less than a bronze staue of the Boll .v ,

after the wood alcohol is dictored Weevil and it was erected at J II cost of b'

there will be just as many "ups" as $2,000 as a perpetual reminder, that 1t.

a "downs. blessings come from apparent disasters. Keep WellDo cf/G l III

The people of Enterprise and .......: lP

:q A proof of how easy it has been for the surrounding country had been dependent not allow the kM, ,

many up North to become rich during upon cotton as their one crop. poisons of undigested
and after the war, without the neces- Following the destruction caused by food to accumulate in

11 pity of having brains is shown almost Mr. B. W., the land was put to other your bowels, where they Columbia S. C., after spending a few
dally here In Florida. Wealthy tourists in are absorbed Into your
and more profitable uses, resulting system. JDdi e.Uoncon- days with his parents Mr. and Mrs
are fleeced of their money by the the people of that section making stipation, headache bad S. W. Smith.

swindlers who follow them here like three times as much money last yearas blood and numerous Loca Lee Cason was a visitor to
buzzards following sick sheep." The they had ever done before. other trouble are bound Lake Butler Friday.
r "benighted Cracker" officials have sav- to follow. Keep year STERNBERG'SCut '+
ed many from becoming victims but system clean as thousands Joe Cason, who has been" visiting ,

often they come too late. The scheme. Improved Io -Cr.am Con. of others do, by friends and relatives in Macon, Ga.,

the swindlers present are so transparent To provide a substitute for the not taking an occasional!! dose has returned home. s

T' that no man of ordinary sense always sanitary Ice-cream cone, an Inventor of the old, reliable veg Mrs. John Crews of Lake Butler, Price
etable liver meal
family
Should be fooled. That such simpletons has patented a device that rota was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. tore"

shoull ever have become wealthy core from a bnnnnn and replace It tine.Thedford's Cason Saturday]

can only be explained on the hypothe- with IceWHIP ereaul.--Exchange" Supt. Poppell of Starke, was a visitor

& Kl* that they just couldn't help it un- to our town Thursday.S. .
der the circumstances. JURYMAN WHO WOULD W Smith is spending a few daysIn A FEW SPECIALS FOR THE COMING WEEK ,

NOT AGREE Jacksonville. i; ,

JUDGE WILLS OPENS COURT Black-Draught Gladys Stallings has returned home
When a dissenting: juryman refused Outing Flannel 20c''
after
spending a few days with rela
Judge: Wills in organizing the circuit tives and friends in Jacksonville. Men's Black Sox 15c

i court yesterday, was testing the Political Announcements Mrs. W. F. Pickle of Joe McKinney of Palatka, has been Monkey Skin Work Shoes $1.98 I
fitness of jurors and told them that
s Rising Fawn,Oa., writes visiting friends here this week
when, questions relating to their qualifications FOR TAX COLLECTOR "We have used Thedlord's Suit Cases w
I I hereby announce my..If candidate for The school closed Friday and the : $1.49
as proper jurors and partic- the fifftce of Taw Collector of Bradford County Black-Draught asa exercises
commencement held Silk
ularly their citizenship were asked he mihjert to the democratic primary to l>e held family medicine. My were I Poplin and Taffeta Skirts $4.98'';
June N, 1820.( 1 promlne if elected to .riv. th. mother-in-law could not Friday night. The opening addresswas
wanted them to like
speak Out men. , ...rvle...
office my time and the people my by little Charlie
lie told them that courts of justice My time a* an officer, atanda aa an open liook take calomel seemed given Dowling.
should be kept punand free from bol.i fur the InHfM-ction of the people of thin county too strong for tier so she N. T. Bitch and A. S. Crews, of AlsoWARNER 4""
and I ak you all for your aupnort. R.wpect- used Black-Drau htasa Starke were visitors here Thursday.
shevism or other ism and from biasor fully uh.nllU'd.. II. M. DOWLING, mild laxative and liver
Loca Lee Cason left
Sunday night
prejudice That jurors should aid I take this method of announcing to the eit- regulator. . We use U for Lake Butler to attend school. I
the judges In seeing to it that the law l..'na of Bradford County that I .m a candidate . In the family and believe CORSETS '
is enforced for rich and and high for the office of county tax ""II...."' .. attbJet Ills the best medicine for ARROW
poor
SHIRTS
to the will of the voter at the eomlnirdemocratic '
and low alike. "Speak out now," said primary election. to be held JuneH. I the liver made. Try It. Mail Carrier'sHaih I
the Judge "when you are asked a 1020. and nHTtfully rvfvr you to my record Insist on the cenuineThedford's. ARROW COLLARS
M deputy tax collector the pant a ann. 1 2k a pack-
question so that we may know what My pnitniM to the people I. thht If you NONPAREIL 4
see. E-1ST SHIRTS
of Gotl'a ,-l Tt me I will faithfully dl..h..... the duties '
manner man are. great } RejfcHc
you : of the office! to the beet of my ability, with ,
rut gift to man is the power to think prompt coiirtenua treatment to nit I will apl i TEXTILE SHIRTS'
and a tongue to express that thought" >twin lo your vote. E. W. RAYES

Gainesville Sun. t .lsh to say to the votrr of Bradford county After 3 Years
thiit ] am a candidate for the office of lax All goods of Quality, and the prices are right.If .
Collector and I reii poet fully "aollcU your aupport -
e ATTENTION SCIENTISTS' at thn coming primary. June HthItifipeetfully. --
J. E IHHTOLASS' r HOPES TO BRING SAME BENEFIT I I [ we don't sell it for less-.don't buy.

Where are the "scientists" who hab- FOR COUNTY JUDGE TO OTHER SUf'f'EREltS-IIIS

itnU'd In Jacksonville years ago? Pur. I am a candidate. for county judit of Bradford WEIGHT INCREASED ON TAKING
county and he ruby announce my candidacy CALL IN AND BE CONVINCED
lag the yellow fever epidemic there in TANLAC."I .
in the eotning. primary. June N. ItfttA .
1 INKS! one' of them suggested killing Having lived In the county all of my life and 'I
the germs by firing cannon and actually served it in a public way for aeverat year I have gained several pounds in
foci| that 1 can efficiently perform the dutle
'y" .4 persuaded the authorities to of aald ...ft'I..... 1 aolicit the. aupiwrt of all weight and have been benefitted so'!

3 burn up hundreds of pounds of powder tittMratio and eonMientiouN voter and...nl if elected_. R.promlne A. GREEN.faithful much that I think it is time for me to !

t In the unsuccessful experiment. talk Tanluc for the benefit of others" !

Another, at the same time recommended FOR REritGSCNTATIVE-GROUP; TWOI tL said J. W. Me Bath, postman for eleven ,I- -- -
sending balloons, dragging hereby announce myvelf a candidate In Y years on Route 6, residing at 2428
Group Two for nomination for the office of
I t canvas flues with them, so high up teprmentatlve In the Leginlatur from WraH- Poplar street Oklahoma City, Okla.
j'' till they reached stratums of frosty the ford. County, Florida, subject to the action of "Three years ago I began to weak. I GENERAL
Democratic
Primary to be held Jun. Nth INSURANCE
air. The cold air would tumble down lti0. ] renpeetfully solicit the aupuort of ALL en from what was said to be !impoverished
,L into Jax. and kill\ the germs. Such Vmocratic[ votes and If elected, prombwi blood, and I continued to go

little objections as that the weight of faithful' and eoneetentioua arrvleea.EVERETT.M. JOHNS down. My appetite was very poor, HAROLD C. WALL

the flues being beyond the capacity of "' and what I ate gave: me no nourish

any Imllnon, and that the warm air I FOR hereby RtI'IIU'KNTATI\-GIIOIIP":announce that I am a candidate, K forcpreuwntatlve ment. I lost weight until I fell off STARKE FLORIDAFIRE
would rise! in the flues from below as In the Ijejitnlature.. Group No. 1. some thirty pounds. I got: so nervous
.
+ well an the cold air descend, were not I respectfully aoliett the mipport of the voter and worried and
downhearted that I LIFE
at the com in v primary election doff BONDS AUTOMOBILE
i considered Another recommended JOHN J. HUACKWEI.DFR couldn't cat sleep or work on account ,

{ that instead of paving the streets of HlK OMMISHIONFK' IMSTKICT NO. I vv of my condition."I J
the metropolis, perforated pipes be .1 heivby announce myself a candidate forM began to build up in a short time
hurled! in them and water turned on. >..*K Ury Gunter
No. 1 subject to the action of the Dvm of Jacksonville
The water would solidify the sand. . Tanlac. before last, and their friends here
oer tie ,1" ", 1 respectfully aoliolt the cup.part sons for Spring In My appetite returned. I can Spent several days with
There was no provision made againstthe of. the voter* at aald primary.O. V. PROOKS. now eat as hearty as anybody and feel Lawtey last week relatives in wish them a long life of happiness and

sand entering the perforations and PEARL stronger and better than I have in a Mrs Heater Croft prosperity
I solidifying the water nor was it considered FUN 'OM'IIIIIIIIUNEK-IIUITRH'T' NO. I BROWN long time. When I saw that Tanlacwas has returned to
Lawtey
1 hen' after
by m.I'
announce a candidate for r- spending: several days
oJ that such a system would rout election an. Comnittmloner for l>,atrict No. .. GREEN doing me good I kept on taking in Miami with her ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
vastly more than paving.Irately Lake Hutler and Worthtnaton During my incumbency it, until now I feel like a new man. Isleep A. Sapp. sons, L. L. and L. In Circuit Court But of Florida. Elebtb
of .
the office I have endeavored to BLACK
: I a ycllowjatkets' nest weighing the 1 of as sound as baby Judicial Circuit Bradford County la Cheneery.
s.-rv 1.\.1.| the dlatrlct aa well aa the a every night Rev. W L. "
.
tiII r :;e 1100( pounds was found in South county at I....... to the beat of my ability, and make my twenty-six mile Overstrcet filled his ree-
trip I I
./ If my cervices have given aatie fact ion. I will at every ular appointment at the Melrose A. A. JOHNSON.
Florida.
It of the scientists Bap-
: any mentioned day and never feel tired. I Complainant.
appreciate the aupport of the voter' at the am so tist church I ,
F ; i \ is still living, he might use his euminit primary. C. A. HOIH RTII. glad I have regained: my health that I L. II. Hill Saturday and Sunday w

," I activities here. It is known that ),..1..1.I at'PERINTNNDENT: OF Pl'RLIC INSTRUCTION $8.00Also want to tell everybody about Tanlac." Starke first of was the a business visitor to DELLA JOHNSON. I ;il
lowjackets contain formic acid; this! All druggists sell Tanlac.-Adv. week: Defendant. I f
acid is an excellent fertilizer Why To the Democratic Voter of Bradford County splendid values In light James Shepard was a visitor to ..!rlnB .p|>*nd'l tn> *
I take thia method of ntbled
announcing nlF04'I' a Jacksonville bi above Dell''
i not induce the farmers to raise yellow andiiJat for lection to the office. of Super L' Saturday. In the .taUd HUM that
Hats made to a
I weight ba Miller WTE'I G. W. Johnson the defendant therein named
ntvndent of rtibllc Instruction of BradfordVunty. Moseley
: Jacket a and 8a\'(' fertilizer bills? I returned to Lawtey nnn-raaldrnt of th. State of Florida, and .ho
subject to the rule of the Democraticprimary
t I How to make the acid availablewell on Jun. Nth If elected 1 promUe' the Alllars at S4.OO. S5.OO. $6.00 Lawtey Feb 6Mr. .Oglctrce Saturday after working in the Sea U a mident. of Charlotte. State of North Carolina
of atherefore
'I that would be the farmers' business acme courteous and painstaking *..rv.!... .n. board shops Jacksonville for about over the ait. of tw.nty-om yeas It d.
rk.red In the |_t. I:. R. 1'OPPELU IMPORTED Ft. Worth Texas was a visitor at two 'ears. lIe ordered that aid nonldent
MARTINELLISat the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry farming win try his band at fend.nt ... and .. hereby reoulred to appealto
.t SOUTH[ MUST RESPOND the first of the week again, the bill of complaint. filed In (aid carat o'
Seed PotatoesPave ; Rev. H. C. Taylor filled nr before Monday the lilt day of March, :A
his ,
.rs c J. R. Eddins, of Gainesville, was attending appointment regular D. 1020. Mhn-wlM. the alleiratlon. .f naU billmU
Th $outlierifarmers are again at the Saxton Methodist be taken said defendant
A ,,, $7.00Alvarez to business in Lawtey and vicinity aa oonfeaaed by
church
.,. calleddou./a, do their utmost In the' two dolUm per. sack. Car of last week. the fourth Sunday in January. licked- H la further order. ** that thla order be reeks Pub
/1'- onoa week for \ eonaeeutlv
Mr. a five
way of food production this year. The Rod 151 Us and Rose Four Seed I'ota' A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. and were guests In the Bradford County Telairraph.. a .W'I"<
O Manufacturers Record, a magazine: tows due about Feb 10th. Pay SI,00 Graham Alfred Starling Jan. 22nd. Jacksonville. !! of Mrs Mare per publlahed ID laid eounty'and atata.Thla .

i' f faithful to the South's best interestsand bag deposit, balance on delivery. N. Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke ne' parents Mr and Mrs J, C. Byrd January S8, WO. "
was a the WMCKS.
i: whose advice It's' always safe to B. Hull. 1.31.2t..e.rr.rwsawo.r The Dependable Store visitor to Lawtey Wednesday. Ple first of the week. The young cou. SEAL) C.W......T... Circuit Court.
were married in A
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY. 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PACE FIVF

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Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.

Epworth League, 6:45: p. m.



i Bits Information of Local m.Prayer W. C meeting T. U.:,.Wednesday RECEPTION J. C. DIGGS, Pastor.7:30, p. I The Eyes of The World I ii 9 REELSBy Wright HaroldB.





C..nsly 0. r_ ,.. :II..."/", .... ..odlryw. The W. C. T. U. reception at. the,
.. N. ... ._.. .e1 rare, ; TODAY FRIDAY ONE NIGHT ONLY
residence of Mrs. D. E. Knight OIl last ;

.-- .....-..- despite Friday afternoon the inclement was weather well attended, about, Ij j I The Eyes of the World played for 5 weeks at the Rivoli Theatre in New York ETR-M
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forty being present. The program was I
Seed potatoes at Hun's.312t.. :Miss Anna Canova spent- Wednesday beautifuly rendered and each selection Ij SATURDAY
YBESSIE
in Jacksonville. handled with artUtic skill. j

Nell Dowling, of "Waldo was in town' The whole lower floor of this beautiful
1 Tuesday." N. P. ,Wainwright has been settingout home was thrown ensulte for the ; ALICE BRADY LOVEIN

pecan trees on his place in Starke occasion and decorated with white roses : In THE KNIFE also
and his farm in the Wateroak section
Men's Overcoats special price narcissus and potted plants. .11.11it
I 14.50 at Stump's.F. this week. Delicious refreshments of chicken I WILLIAM DUNCAN "PEGEEN." It's Vitagraph

sandwiches, coffee and whipped cream
The Apalachicola Times reproducedthe were served. I 12th Episode of SMASHING BARRIERS GAIETY THEATRE, STARKE
M. Witt, of Hampton, was in article "Legal Rights of Womenin Several new members united with
town Tuesday. Florida," written by Mrs! D. E.
the W, C. T, U. --
Knight and recently published in the. - I
All varieties of Garden Seeds. J. F. Telegraph.Rub.lIyTism. 1EAL-WILLti --
{- Kickliter. is organized, will be made up of
is I sonic of the 1 bent business talent in
a powerful antiseptic
+ p,
Miss Anita Wills daughter "
F. A. Scott was visitor to Jacksonville ; it kills the poison caused from infected youngest 1.'loriJa.
of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Wills, and "We to make hit"
ought a
Tuesday. cuts, cures old sores, totter I Running down the list of mineral
Mr. Robert B. Neal, of Roanoke, Va.,,
which he Flutes hp has found and has
I were quietly married in Jacksonville I ".
n' Special prices on all our Winter Sister Esther Gariolta: of St. Au- l lent Monday, the bride being accompanied ;,! ppecimcm of on bend Mr. Bower says -CIeslerfielJA

Goods. Stump's. I gustine, made a brief visit to our town by her sister, Mrs.. E. II. I that willnH'1I1I pvurticnlly the anyone of the same
of the undertaking
tl this week in the interest of the Near Smith. j I success D why not? Never
N. Sternberp was in Jacksonville: on East relief work. While!! here she was which he will launch along linesof
culmination
The wedding wag the He of were fine tobaccos
mine)ul development. course
\business Tuesday A guest of Mrs. J. M. Alvarez.
:\\ii
.' of u pretty romance which began expects to find a large amount of na- so skillfully blended!

th.xo years ago on the occasion of thebride's tural gas, along with oil, but the iron,
Dr. J. O. Haynes wag visiting rcla- Just arrived-A splendid line visit to her sister, Mrs. Smith, :zinc, lend, mica, various grades of Chesterfields bring you

|,tives in Jacksonville Tuesday. of Men's! Ladies' and Children's who then resided in Philadelphia. Th. phosphate rock and such other mineral the best of Turkish and

Pumps, Shoes, Oxfords, all styles bride has been reared in Starke and wealth, he contends, must be figured Domestic leaf, blendedto
Seed potatoes. Buy from: car and in Patent, Gun !Metal and Vid Is an extremely beautiful girl: of the seriously in the future industriallife
delights
f i',save money N. B. Hull. 1302t. Kid. Stump's. blond type, possessing a charmingly of thc state. a bring out new

reserved manner. She was attired in "I expect to see the Chipley and of flavor.
I
;;{ 666 quickly relieves Colds and La- R. Burrows, after a sojourn in Pa- a modish cost suit of dark blue cloth Wakulla oil {fields in this state the r,7

Grippe, Constipation,' Biliousness, loss latka for some time, has returned to and wore brown hat, shoes and gloves. first to be! developed. This will mean,
of Appetite and Headaches. 19312. Starke. Though he did well in Pal at. The groom is in the employ of the I am sure, the development of a num-
ka, he decided he can do as well here, Norfolk and Western Railway and Is ber of Florida towns of 300 population -
and will probably go into the garage ''a of address.
pleasing
man to hustling little cities of 20,000 i
Mrs. Cleone Dowling, of Hampton,
in Starke Saturday.A. business. I The happy couple have gone on n or so in the next few yeurs. Just as
was shopping; I
short wedding trip down the East surely us such waves of populationhave

The Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. I Coast, including Miami and Key West,, struck other states, just so surely -
V. Long, Esq.,- of Palatka, had has had charge of refinishing the Interior and will make a visit to the bride's wil Isuch strike Florida before

et, legal business in Starke Monday of the handsome home on N. parents in Starke before going to Roa- long."

Walnut street, recently purchased by noke, where they will make their future The Vt itor also named several largepurchases
t
Mrs. Alva Abernathy, of Jacksonville Wm. C. Powell. An addition has been home after March first. of land which
Levy
county
was a visitor to Starke .Monday. biult in the and other improvements
rear 1'he Telegraph joins the many have only recently been made by a
added.W. friends of Mr. and Mrs. Neal in wishIng These .'
L Best grade Outing Flannel- Pittsburgh; l'a., iron syndicate. .
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a transactions have already gone
Special price 25c a yard. Stump'sR. M. Thomas, who owns a beautiful through after the syndicates had experts ,

farm, "Sycamore," west of McKinney make careful investigation.Sanford .-
R. II. Smith, Sampson City's live branch in the Lake Butler sec CARD OF THANKS Herald. r
naval stores operator, was in Starke tion, writes us that he is setting out

r, Saturday. a large number of budded orange and We wish to express to our friends COME VISIT us

" other fruit trees. A farm is not com- and neighbors our sincere thanks for
Bring me your chickens. Pay cash.J. fruit trees of different
plete without their kindness to us during the illness
F. Kickliter. kinds. and death of our dear companion and I{
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DAVIS
mother. May God bless you all. We
Mr. Everett Miner and family are The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap-
wish to especially thank Dr. J. M.
,' sojourning on the East Coast this Learn why so many people like
tist church wil hold its regular monthly
Mann and Mrs. Stephens for their untiring Est. 1886
week. meeting Tuesday, Feb. 10th, at 3:30p. : attention to our loved one. Agency this bank. There's somethingmore

Jkw m., at the home of Mrs. T. N. Lim- Respectfully,
Miss Eva Powell, of North Carolina, to bank service here than
to at-
baugh. Members are urged It!. A. Dukes, Sarah E. Douglass, INSURANCESTARKE '
is here on a visit with her parents,. tend., Samuel Dukes, Sebron M. Dukes, merely an old to financial trans-
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Powell.
Eliza Dukes.LECTURE .
We have a lot of Bargains in actions.
Canton Flannel, special price Ladies Silk. Velveteen and Serge AT BAI'TIST CHURCH

20c a yard at Stump s. Dresses, $15.00 to $22.50. Look -

them over and be convinced- Mr. Rasmaljan, an Armenian minister Here you have personal service ,
Mrs. Nelle Hughes of Washington,
Stump's.The lecture at the Nuptial
with her will give a j from officers always ready to
visit
D. C., is here for & three
church Sunday afternoon ut
i mother, Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck. postoflice people compel us to o'clock. A special program of music talk over your plans In a friendly I e

have each edition of the Telegraph in will be given among which: will be HAPPY WOMENWsnty There's ;
way. always a friendly
Red Bliss and Rose 4 seed potatoes the postoflice by I 6 p. m. Thursdays to some special song selections by the _

from car at less than present cost. N. insure immediate attendance. For minister in his own (Armenian) lan- welcome every time you come.

B. Hull. 1-30-21. that reason we must go to press just guage. Those who have had the pleasure -
after dinner on publication days, and of hearing Mr. Rasmaijan pro of Them In Stark., and Good

Flannelette Kimonas, special anything you wish to appear in the nounce him a vocal artist. Reason for ItWouldn.t Come visit us. Feel the congenial
price, 98c and $1.98, at Stump's.Mrs. must reach us Wednesdays.
paper Come out and hear him. any woman be happy, atmosphere. Note the helpful
and Thursdays we are so ..
Wednesdays --+ After years of backache suffertnc. i
J. M. Alvarez returned home busy getting: the paper up that doing MINERAL WEALTH IN FLORIDA Days of misery, nights of unrest, attitude. We think our bank Is a

Saturday after spending several daysin other printing; those days we find The distress of urinary trouble., bank for j
Jacksonville nearly impossible. If you have job That the bosom of the mother earthin When she nods freedom good you.

printing to be done, please don't wait Florida will within the next few Many readers will profit by the fatlowing. ,
Ladies Coat Suits and Coats, till the last moment. years unburden thousands and even / I

$10.00 and up at Stump's.J millions of dollars is the. belief! of D.I Mrs. A C.- Fling-"_ Btarke! says '

Rub-My-Tism IS a great pain kil- ,. Bower, a guest of- the- Everett no- "When living 'In North Dakota, sometime BANK OF STARKE :
C. of Plant City, spent,
Poppell
ler. It relieves pain and soreness tel, who is here from Gainesville for ago, I was ailing with my bach
Saturday and Sunday here with his caused by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, the purpose of having conference and kidneys. As I knew great many )

family. Sprains, etc19312. with local business men on the formation people In that country who bad used I THE GROWING BANK

666 has proven it will cure Malaria, : The proceedings: at the court house of a million-dollar mining con Doan'a, I Kidney began taking Fills with them.excellent My kidneys results I'I E. S. Matthews, Pres. Gco. C. White, Cashier ;

Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds were less "dry" Monday than usual, cern.The visitor has been a resident of gave me no little distress and

and LaGrlppe.-I-9-3-12. owing to leaky ceilings Pools of water Florida for the past four years and the small of my back hurt me con l

mixed with soot from. the chimneys during this time ban worked quietlyas \ stantly. Often my back twinged. My
Mrs. J. E. Maines and son Hal, of, made the floor of the court room geologist. lie states
practical until I
a kidneys were disordered too
Lake Butler, spent the week-end with like the asphalt lake in Trinidad. STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE
look now that he has not only the positive took this remedy. Doan's soon put i '
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. The county agent's office floor indicated assurance of great: areas in vurioun and end to tbe trouble and I have had Missionary and Klinidyko, $4.fiO per 1,000, ; 40 other! varieties to select. fromi'icluding

and Prof. C. E. lack of drainage, and his hundredsof counties not only abounding in oil in no recurrence of the complaint." the great nw berry, "HOKSKY.: Now if you want something r.
E. R. Poppell furnish
Supt. bulletins
Butler Satur government very commercially attractive quantities, Price doe, at all dealers. Don't true to name and something good plan your order with Hull. Ills plants '
Pope motored to the Lake County Teachers juicy reading just now. If the commissioners but has collected specimens of iron, simply ask for a kidney remedy-get are! (frown extensively in all parts of your state and have been for the past I .f"-
attend roof of the
to have the
day cannot zinc lead, mica and a mineral clay Doan's Kidney Plll_the same that 12 years. Send your order to the RtrawlJl'rrylInt/ KpoolallHt. Agent l' ,
Association. courthouse fixed, they should at least 'which refines 93 per cent perfect glass Mrs. Flli* had. FosUr-MlUrarn Co., wanted for this district J. KKIFFOKD\ HALL, KIIUDKHDALE/ /) MD. J' .!IE
provide plenty of augers and tin pans. Mr. Bower states that through hi!, kffrs., Buffalo NY.
]Men's and Young Men's Suits, long experience, first in the Pennsylvania ,
$25.00 to $50.00 at Stump's.Miss WOODMEN'S SUPPER oil fields, later In those of Ohio 'Olt 8AI.E-niacksmlth shop well Urv* I a.t le.. chOI TooMrmMormi A

and then in Mexico just. prior to the I.'CLASSIFIED/ equipped with machinery and tools\ ; .....111,auu iwnrtfy by purtf/lng sods I
Kathleen Alvarez, who is attending . The members of All Friends Camp overthrow of President Diaz, he feels with property; at a bargain. A. E. rkJiliU, the bluxL Yflu"Dn M...U Inmt tu 8

the Woman's College at Tallahassee No. 138, W. O. W., will have an oyster justified in predicting a great futurefor Moitt, Sturke. 1-23-tf tnlntf. luvlildratlnu tlT-'I '|M<. OK

spent the week-end with her feast on the night of Friday, February Florida as an oil producer among ''ADVERTISING -

parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. 13th. All members are ear the States."I FOR SALK-Lot B2xlOB feet, with "m D ummmmmmmmmmmmwmwmwmmmc j
requested to prepare themselves he said l, -- -- --.. and
\ nestly make the prediction, good 6 I room bungalow outbuildings
'
We are selling out our line of for thorough work on this oc- will true that ONF ('BNt: A WOKO rOM F.Alll 1HHUK.i :. Call street Starko -
,
"which you see come: i CASH IN AI>VAN:( KA4f /: : on opposite
Ladies' and Children's Heavy there will be a number of long \lived ... ......".. liiMrud. umlvr thla Ned Christian church. Mrs. W. WANTEDSCRAP ;
Coats at special prices. Come --- of mu.l b. paid In ....."... Ne .oI..rU.1 :
them. Stump's.F BAPTIST pumping wells and quite a few for .!.. .......,.... ....pf do, I 1.M than II\ II. Taylor, Starke, Fla. 1-30-31 14
and see what are known as gushers In Flor i '

ida. I certainly would not have devoted FOR SAt.E-.A one horse wagon and LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN IRON
B. Lane, traveling salesman for Sunday school 10 a. m. four years of my !life to chasing D. E. Knight. 1-23-tf \Dark yellow callia dog; answers to I
harness
the Consolidated Grocery Co.-of Jacksonville Morning worship, 11 o'clock. shadows. I am positive I have name of Jolly. Liberal reward for

spent part of the week with B. Y. P. U., Junior and Senior, 6:30: facts in hand and my company, when 'FOR KENT-fl-room cottage, centrally return to I. A. Wynn, Stark It* METALSRUBBER t
his mother Mrs. 11. C. Richard.
m.
p. located. J. F, Kickliter. 1-lG-tf.
Evening worship, 7:30: o'clock. FOR ItF.NTA1,00/ farm of 25 acres

Pneumoniaoften Mid-week prayer and business 7:30p FOR KENT-Large house with five I I in cultivation, 0-room house, cheap. BONES c 11

m., Wednesday. NpMMERMft acres of land inside city. F. L'I Aply to Terry Dover, Starkn, Fla.
LAW
follow a BLANCHARD D. 262t.'
Turner SACKS AND RAGS
Neglected Cold Pastor. BOND I -

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FOR or
KILL, THE COLD INCOME: TAX COLLECTIONThose J. E. I II any Write **. for price LeIINSI'LAH t
and two ovens
oil stove than
er kind. For less price you can
HILL'SCASCARASQUININ tax to are i I Futch. 19tf. I buy elsewhere, and on terms to suit '
having income pay COME TO US FOR
John J. 1---- the purchaser Southern Cattle rl ( L1AI COMFMM
Collector I II
that Deputy 1I farm
advised -Small
I FOR SALE: OR KENT Green Cove
Feeding Company,
Ward will be at the courthouse in about two miles southeast of Starke I I Jacksonville, Ilofldasisaltwtrortdalmmalmmcammmmmefinmtummeu

Starke February 9th to will 14th be the to col-on- PIUNTINGTllatSells I known us the G. W. Lee place. J.I[ _._Springs. _, _Florida____ __It.__ I, ,
lect such taxes. Starke f;. Futch. 1-9-tf ,, I
ROMID ly place visited by the deputy and all i I I FOR RALE-Roistered pigs; four

in Bradford county on which income Goods 41 '- farm 1 1-2 miles' T'oland China bears, 4 mos old; five
nENT-Stact'y
'...dirt cold r.medy for 30 y.*.. whilehe FOR Cold Cause Unp an -o tablet forma, uri.. DOopl.tebreak. tax is imposed should! see him south of Starke; new dwelling, hog I hi roc Jersey cows and five boars
f : up a cold In 24hour.reluvn is here and avoid trouble. I fences, good land, good drain 'I 4 to 6 inns old; prices reasonable;; LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE!:Tal.lut. remove thCHUM.
tight
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grip In i d. .. There la only ono "llrnmo Quinine
invi..d. College of
Agriculture
Money back If It falla. Tbaaenuin. The- Telegraph- carries a fill line of age. E. E. Stacey, 1163;: Lackawan- inspection I 1 b.:; W OROVfTI$.rigratnre!, on"txu. !tuars
box haa Fed METHODISTSunday I Jacksonville, Fla. l-80-2t A. W. Leland Farm Superintendent
unruled, na-Ave., :
'oplaarli.'b Mr. HurtAd -- this popular paper, ruled and Gainesville, Fla. 2-C-tl" i
statements, biliheads.r .
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,1 I Points" ;: i rwrI Helmet : Big Value in Tires for 1


j ; ; By GEORGE ELMER COBB ; I I .. By VICTORIA MARSH '


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j I, .ap.r Unloa,> Union)

It was at a reunion of Home veteran Itecaube hue favorite nephew! Earle
of the Sp,"nlh-Amerlcan war that Ab Winston, had chosen to write poetry

ner Thorp fell froyn: grace With and compose' music, and because his y
bait a don old comrades he went mother had, encouraged her son In "
down to Springfield. Ills wife had "the trashiness' and sentimentality of of the manufacture of Goodyear Tires

;M demurred.! Of lute year she had been useless' unworthy occupation," Aaron
Ii, ,.. disposed to direct and dictate. They Pearce had closed his doors against for small cars is the same purpose to supply

bed plenty to get clung with. Aimer both. l- rya: high value in the product that is behind ;
I had nn easy time of It, imposed on the The old bun removed to another r
t. fact and, a* Mary told her folks confidentially town bitterness nud sneering In voice 9 o the manufacture of the Goodyear Tires that
., was getting Into sloppy and and manner when he referred to "his 1 a
slovenly ways ungrateful rl'luIIend experiencing, equip the most expensive automobiles built. +

When Afoner snld resignedly : "All something of vicious satisfaction when I

right; Mury. inns'IIP you know best. he 1 learned. that It hnd been about aU i This is expressed by the enormous
He was so meek and pleasant, about It young/ Winston could do to support i purpose
1_. that wotnunllke, she rescinded her I' himself. Then he heard that I'.iirle had I resources, extraordinary skill and scrupulous
ffi first InslHtenry. f So,>> Abner got tot gone abroad ns a \\'lIr'oluIII".r.. The ,
rY{a prlngfie1J, < and Into trouble. lie fell I I I.'n
A In with a flick adventurer who suggested about his gallant deeds abroad and the in the world
Tires in the tire factory
A largest
; a gums of (curds "merely to details of, an enthusiastic. home wel

,,1 pass the time away." Abner never afterwards come when the wnr was over, but r devoted solely to the 30x3-, 30x3'/ -, and
forgot that game. I Knch Aaron 1'enrce a* soon ns he perusedthe
bond hud scored fourteen flol..tllI..n. head lines with characteristic perversity lx+inch sizes.
Pd he observed, Hint It was getting rather I thruHt the printed I sheet from
monotonous him as If even deserved praise of "the i'' ) The effect of this endeavor is noted in the '

"Oh, well, one more hand and put Ingrate" was n personal affront
A Come spice In It," rallied] Mi ('oml'nnhln. Pearce had one close friend, Roger ill fact that last year more cars using these sizes

"You're anne player, friend I Iiii Pun. a mnn us old as lilmself but '
iii Let's call It ten dollars! on the best his direct opposite. i! were factory-equipped with Goodyear Tires'

r, uliowdown. Plainly he had many a time censured II than with other kind.
"Look here" spurred up the other, 1 Pearce severely for his autocratic any
feigning sadden Interest "this looks treatment of sister and nephew I
It is also noted in the fact that if own a
r worth while How much money have but bin criticism and counsel alike you

you got to rlNk?" were totally Ignored by the*irascible Ford Chevrolet Dort Maxwell or other car
,
,
Ttettcf leave well enough alone" old man. Puan appeared nthe once

warned Aimer with a serene chuckle. of I'tnrce: one day with his automo requiring the sizes mentioned, you can secure

.. "You can't.lufT me," came the bile.
prompt> reply. 'Two hundred be It I" "I want your company' for a few GoodyearTires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist

"I'll take It," announced Abner with hours" he said. "I've got to make a j TubesatthenearestGoodyearServiceStation.'t .
a beaming fete "nl' t that If you trip to Lyndon" and Pearce made awry
Van." And he laid down hi* (' rdll."I'IDI'm face, for that town was where his

no gamester, though I'll "disobedient relatives" lived and he W .
take twenty Just to be sportllke and had little liking for It. Pearce eyed
buy a little souvenir for Mary but I his friend keenly but there was nothing '
won't rob you." In his face to Indicate that he was ,
"Hold on" Interrupted the sharper.How's concealing any ulterior motive In the ,
that I""That" suggested; auto ride. They; chatted -- -

represented just one card casually as they drove along, but when
s'd the beet Dolefully Abner *nw hi. the machine halted In trout of what
entire surplus cash pas Into the handsof Pearce knew to be the humble borne
his clever] antagonist, Within an of his discarded sister his face flashed tube that
Tourist Tube thick
Goodyear Heavy are strong
hour he had advised. his comrades ,i and there came a wrathful gleam Into Fabric 30.3%All-Weather OI3odye.rDouble-Cure Tread.,.. $20- reinforce casing properly. Why rick a good casing with a
1 borrowing sufficient money to pay his hue eyes."What. cheap tube T Goodyear Heavy TourUt Tube cost little more
fare home. The story of his temptation 1* this !" he growled out "a 3Ox3'/i Goodyear Single-Cure $ 765 than tubes of ICM merit. 30x3Vi size in _ter- $'190 l
t and full, preceded his return and trap" Fabric Anti-blda Tread 1 / proof... J-
______ 'when Mary, coldly greeted him there "Cull It what you like" retorted '
'was a latent gleam': of sternness In his Dunn coolly, "but I have an object In ?
eye that 'II foreboding. view [In bringing you here, and after
During the ensuing week Abner was, all my trouble I'm going to carry It ?tJ J
In on the stool. of repentance, and humiliation. through.! Besides I have some business r.aL r.
Mary maintained a reserve here" and he lifted from the auto a
thnt depressed him. He learned -. satchel so! heavy apparently that Its
that she had been seen in close weight; made him quite lopsided.
3" consultation with n nephew who wasa "Hon't you pull back, I'earce, for It
lawyer. !Several other relatives visited won't" do you any good. I'm bigger: and
her, their somber faces and mysterious stronger than you, and. I'm going to
noncommunlrntlng ways Indicating show you something In that house If I
that' they were allied In some I hnve to carry you there. Don't fret !!!! $
,
secret. mov Aimer was Immensely I"W-IIO one Is at home, I've arranged ;
relieved one morning when Mary came that..

Into the sitting room where he wee Very reluctantly Aaron Pearce allowed EXPLOIT OF SOLDIER PLATOON usual Hun thoroughness and intensity.
w1 cogitating over his sinfulness himself to he led Into the little All night long the darkness was dispelled
"Now Abner Thorpe," slip said "you cottage. As It following out a set by hundred of flares and rockets -
and I arc going to understand men' program, and entirely familiar with the Washington, Jan. 31.-A graphic ,
other In your rnattirer years you show place, Dunn>> entered a little room hung account of the exploit of a platoon
"Best of all just as the little band
soldiers with five tanks ,
of American
'i a propensity to squander the little we with the national colors' Vpon a table .- A
during: the war in prowling at night: was preparing to entrain to get into
have. Ilpfar you hnve" ruined us we were spread' out variety of war relics
must come to some arrangement ofI'rot..tI..n and n helmet hat. Kexlde. It were along the front to such effect that the big show in the Argonne, there
for me. Reformation for eral medals and scroll. .pV'j I two German divisions were with came a message from the intelligence
drawn from the Argonne sector on section stating 'two German divisions
you, or this Is the parting of the "I'earce old friend spoke [
ways" with a serious emphasis) "those mementoes I the eve of ,the American attack there withdrawn from Argonne front. Entraining
"Don't any that Mnry." pleaded Ab of a brave young 11'lIow'lI'n'or' is told in an account issued today by I for your sector.' "

ner pnthetlrnlly. "I confess' I hoe and patriotism te-li the story of your h;I, the tank corps. The object of the THE UNIVERSAL CAR
meted like a lunatic, but never again.: nephew's military career lie has comeback expedition to draw the enemy's attention CENSUS TAKERS USE AERO- ''i:

lilt me hnrd. I deserve It. Punish. so poor that he has to wait I I I from the real point of intended I PLANES The Ford car can well be called the "peoples i

me to the limit inujlie for years before he "11'1 afford assault, was fully accomplished.The "
because
there
car than
"Very well I have taken advlep and to marry the girl of his choice hut'I' St. Mihiel! salient had been 1----1 I are more 3,000,000 of
I have determined! to right things or with n townful of honest loyal odmlr.1'I cleaned up and the first army was them in daily operation. That is about four
is
() bl'lnlus..d by agents: j
leave you I have hero" and !Mnryplaced ers who recount, his bribery nndsacrltlce preparing to strike the first blow of of Uncle Sam in taking the 1920 census to one of the nearest follower in the motor car "
on the table n aided' paper, for his country Another the Meul< I of the United States. About the industry This would not be so if the Ford
"my ultimatum' -fourteen' ,points." hero I" and Dunn faced his companion' ,, tank coip's commander, withGen. I( car
only modern method of tranbportationeither
Abner's hand gave n jerk as If sustaining nround to a niche where the portraitof 1' r8hing'. approval, put into execut below land had not for sixteen years proven its superiority
on, or
over or water -
an electric shock. Fourteen n man In Onion army uniform woe ion a new device to bewilder the enemy that has not been employed in in service, in durability, and in the low cost for
It just thnt stage of the hung, decorated with the stars and j
points. WAS us to where the next blow would
nieces'and operation and maintenance this
Uncle Sam's would be
enumerating ; not ,
rnrd game that he hud yielded to temptation stripes :I fall. Under command of Lieut. Hig-
Aaron Pearce thrilled. It wee the I I girlS, a platoon of the 344th battnlhon I nephews seems to be the submarine.Aeroplanes I so if the Ford car was not so easy to understand, \

tv 1'renldent"" Wilson has set the mode portrait of himself painted over fifty entriiinej; on a narrow gauge line have come In handy in so simple in construction that anybody and
', f" '' for the correction of an involved situation years ago: and treasured by his faithful I'I paralleling the front to the northwestof enumerating the dwellers on the islands everybody drive
,1 can safely it. Let have
with his fourteen' points, and I loving sister. the real future battle zone. They I off the'coast of Florida; yachted j us M
M+ have modeled.] after Mm., Head 'they "You can Imagine," observed Dunn were to stop each night make a reconnaisRRarice and rowboats have been used in the your order for one now to avoid delay in
represent mf unnlternhle decision." softly, "how proud Nellie Winston Is i in front of the positions harbors of the country; native canoes delivery
V Abner took up the paper hew llderedly. of the two heroes 'In her family and immediately load and repeat have been in demand among the Hawaiian
up
lie begun to rend aloud. 'Point brother and son.'it's the true fightIng the operation the following: night further Islands; "flivvers" are being!: A. W. & G. A .XANDERSON
1 j one, I will never gamble' again: Mary blood and bode Is worthy of you, 'I down the line. used everywhere; the! tried and trusty ,
trust. me ns to that. Indeed. l'nlnt two old., \ friend. Now then I've anticipated I I| mule team has carried the census takers STARKE, FLORIDA 1 .
"On the nineteenth '
hair drink' 1 never lbl. Point three, what you are going to do, recofrnlrlnnus !: September, out on the desert regions: ; and
.nor use tnbnceo.; Not guilty. Point you must the Indulgence' and duty I the five tanks and their crews were snowshoes have become the trusted

four 'nor ""'('1.1'.' Did you ever hear you owe to this brave' young soldier! loaded and the expedition started," i aides of the census gatherers in the .
me do that U" In tills satchel I have enough: double I the statement said. "Thnt evening northern states and Alaska

"No Amer|' but what might, you not eagles: to fill that wnr helmet to overflow I they stopped in the rear of a little I w F
and I brought them Along so coulddo hiel. About 11 o'clock! all was ready
"Point' five, resumed Ahtier. 'home you No J/ae.
and the .
I' floin lodge at ten: t'lIllInrnlllt'l'thnt.l'olnt the Kmcefiil thing without delay. I miniature army started forward Appearances are deceitful. The
You can reimburse, tne hats Here I on its mission. Everythingwent !
six 'slm\e three times n week. you
off as scheduled. The tanks plate on the outside of many a Big<<
You're: right Mary! I have been iret- are. Pump them Into the helmet leave roan's private otllee says : "Push." nut
card by the side of It and having i rolled throughout! positions and into
ting 'lIro'le-o" anti Inxy. I'olnt.n., your .If
No Man's Ixind. you want to know why the Big Gun
keep my hair ('lit.' Certainly' It would 1 done nn act of Justice go home with They were operated !'occupies his position, you will hnve to
back and forth for half
clear conscience and heart, an hour. After .
a a happy
I
Pnlnt
Improve my frowsy appenrnnce this they look at the )>lnte on the luMn, of the
q eight: 'let your wife visit her slater "Seo here, IUIIIIb.gllR feared were quietlywithdrawn, I floor. It s-iys'; "Pull ,
t )t Annn three times n year! Who nhJectsl stormily. I crawled back on their little narrow TIIEKESSATheressa ton Friday solid week of rainy and dump weather.
j I'll BO with v1't. Point nine, "And when you fret blue, or cross', or gauges, and started merrily on their I Charlie Phillips, of Lai kins, arrived At this writing i it is still raining.
vote for miirruge.: Settled Point stubborn, think of the Joy you are way. They timed their work perfectly I Saturday afternoon for a week's visit Samuel Holder and family of Brook-
A i, ten 'paint the house' .' I'll get at It bestowing In making It possible for ) and as hit they pulled out a terrific I -- of the, Jacksonville Feb. 6.-J. A.Business Real, prcsIdent with hit mother, Mrs. Jno Phillips, I l 1S'n, have moved in the house, with his
barrage the College
n before noon. Point eleven, 'ft!Ix the two young hearts to become united," I. wood they had left. and thet relatives. mother Mrs. Holder.
"The business visitor Mary E.
was here WedI
following, evening the a
procedure
leaky root That too. point twelveU [Interrupted Piano buoyantly I :M'ss' Minnie
I nesday enrolling in his Hagan was visiting in Rev. Alderman who has been at
was repeated. Again the barrage pupils school. ,
"Anything ? Pearce
fix the home property so It won't besquandered. / I" questioned Stnrke few
\ a last I
.' I'll make It over In your satirically. descended too lute to hurt the jaunty | Mrs. S. B. Woodard was shopping days week.T. different points in Georgia holding re-
i I :i name forthwith. Oh. Mary you're "Why, yes. In a day or-two come I band and again the sound of bursting in Hampton Saturday B Triest shipped a carload of vival meetings, spent a day or two

j making It ensy. for me. around here by yourself, shake. band / shells. was. greeted with jeers and Tom Wasdin, of Graham was a visitor -I fancy cabbage from here last week. I here with friends, leaving the last of
I "There are two other points" spoke with your slater slap thn brave I shouts of derision as the rattlinll.I to town Saturday taking government R. S. Humphrey, of Brooklyn was the week for Plant City where he
r , Mary, and her fnee softened ns she nephew of yours on the shoulder anti I bumping little train carried them toward i census. I i in our town Friday morning will be at the bedside of his brother
I then read sincerity and the love thnt greet him as a fellow soldier who tins : the next night's adventure. i 1 Mias Estelle Woodard and brother Everybody remember the box and I and nephew who are ill.
I had stood the test of years in her busband's done his duty well. Th..nII"" the "For six successive nights the Samuel, were visitors to Starke last I II oyster supper at Therensa Saturday )I..
face. bride that Is to be. and Instead of net- troupe staged their one-night! stands Thursday night, the 7th inst. '

"Oh yes I see 'sign' Olve me the Inc. the gruff unmannerly hear you and the reports all along the sector ( G. M. Dennett, of South )Florida, ar- Perry Kite and Lee Burrows, of Habitual la 14 Constipation to 21 Cured
Day
'J1' pen. There you are. Fourteenth point pretend to be '"'('011''' the itooilliearted. showed that the Hun was up in the air |: ri\ed here Friday morning for a few Starke, were visitor Thursday.It "LAX-FOS
specially-
t' deal.: I will, Mary\ end never iignln helpful brother ijnil 1\II.4Ip nature Intended I All day long the sky was full of planesseanhmg date on business.) seems as though the prepared SyrupTonic-Laxstivetoe WITH PEPSIN" U a Habitual

'will ;you have occasion to complain. 'you should h... A h..llu..tt for the army of tank! which :Mrs John Phillips, Blanton Ows- has had a spite against the weatherman Constipation. It relieve promptly but
I Kenl-with a kiss," and Abner clasped gold Why It's going to return to the enemy was sure was concentrating icy and Miss Ida Hugan were visitors I In this section people should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
Mary; to his arms and> gave those lonjr- I you a whole world full of bright Iut- on this front. All suspicious looking to Hampton Saturday'I j L. Norton Thursday, as we have had a to induce regular action. It Stimulate and

u <" Inc, trembling Hjia a resounding smack. tog peace and Joy r! places> were bombarded with the A eon was born to Mr, end Mrs. C. R. M. Hereey wag, a night.visitor to Hamp- I, Regulate*. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
bottle.e .
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- ---- ------- cottages, Seaside Inn and adjacent lot of people are going to go broke

' F i buildings saved.A good and strong."
; of Florida Short
New in
Paragraph J. E. Bouden Jr., president, Whit s

i ....e.e.-------- ---. "- young lady came to Lakeland ney-Central National Bank, New Orleans -

: ( from another town during the holidays La., writes: :1 t
f
[rL Live State News and stopped at the Kibler hotel "Increase production and efficiencyof p

; for a few days and then went to the labor by longer hours and better I' c

city hispotal where a baby was born work

Told by Our Exchanges. I I Nothing was thought of the case that "Expansion, or contraction of credit

i time, but it became known later that will only to a very limited extent affect -

0 __ -- __ !-' she had taken the baby to a womanto prices, because credit bears an
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' care for 01,'<1 was on lha train in the insignificant percentage of cost to
Lakeland Star
The that
says every Highland Oaks farm, polk county's act of returning to her home town production. Labor and raw materials 1The
hotel in that city is filled and for the
famous Florida Bred Hog farm, held where she teaches school when Chief ere ultimately the basis of values and N
first time in the history of that city
their semi-annual auction sale of thor- Allen and Officer Purvis arrested her the present tendency to shorten hours
he hotels had-to turn the people largest electric sign
away
oughbred Duroc Jersey hogs on last She acknowledged the charge apainsthl'r is economically unsound, more especially \
tho looking for accommodations
were
y Friday under the most auspicious\ con- and named % very prominent bus- at the present time. Not only

ditions. The sale started promptly at iness man of Okeechobee City. Dan has the manpower of the world been In the world advertisesWRIGLEYSTimes

The editors of Florida and bordering 1 o'clock. Thirty gilts and sows were Marshall went after him, broughthim terribly reduced' by the war, but the

states have decided to found a offered and sold bringing an a'crajl.'eprice here where a tate charge was destructiveness of the war compels a

tip chool for vocational education of of $227.50, the, topnotcherbringing placed against him. He was taken to great deal of reconstruction, so thaton

printers and journalists, in connection $625 while the lowest Barton and cash bond
was gave a $2,000 the law of supply and demand alonewe

with the Montverde Industrial School $130. Four boars brought an averageof giving his name as H. L. Elridge. are confronted with high prices.
dIn Lake
County
$160. "No" one denies to labor a fair, evena

the Arcadia liberal compensation for its services,
t According to papers,,
\ Six hundred and fifty-five: carloads After more than six woke of hustling !-
there has been an anti-equine crusade but a continuation of the present labor Square New York
| lettuce shipped from Florida last activity in the ofice of the state on
of the of
organized at Fort Odgen, as some of policy shortening; hours

J and 3,460 carloads of grape- comptroller, the work in that department the horses there have auferrd from work In order to assure employmentto City It Is 250 feet lone. 70
and yet still! have fruit :
IOf:- ; we our of motor vehicle registration is ruthlessness that resembles that of a greater number, is curtailing production -

j [ the morning and our salad on the just beginning to subside. To date the Hun of ancient history. A. J. to a point where supply and feet hlfih. Made UP of 17.286

/}, ( the records show that more than 48- McLenon'i horse was visited in Its demand is bound to force the higher.

000 applications for 1920 licenses stall and its throat cut from ear to ear prices complained of. electric (lamps.
; An alligator measuring eight feet
have been made. It is interesting to
it bled to death. The horse belongingto "The solution, therefore, lies in Increased -
, .\long was captured in John D. Rockefeller's compare these figures with the workof
H. A, Ware visited by
was some l production and efficiency of
front yard at Ormond Beach 1919, for a year ago this date but marauder and beaten with labor Play the
sat noon Monday by some of Mr. Rockfeller's little more than 35,000 registrations night some that Is, in longer: hours and b.ttpr The fountains '" -

heavy instrument until it isjuu'losa work, and in that way alone maywe
This has
employes. alligator -
had been made for all future There has mark changes readIng
bring about
ben seen several times in the bit of purposes. production to a point trade -
been other things transpiring in Fort where it will force reasonable pricesfor

marshy edge in the river frontingthe At the suggestion of County.Judge Odgcn, such as wife boating and the the necessities of life." alternately WRIGLEVS \.

estate. Leroy Brandon, who declared "boozc"has like, that seems to require drastic Mr. John K. Ottley, president of the

J.J.Dullard, the Okaloosa county town gone and there will probably be action, but they have not been reported Fourth National Hank of Atlanta, SPEARMINT. DOUBLEMINT.and
convicts the Board of Com-
no more ,
to the fiheriff. These outrages are thinks the prevailing unrest is due

,now being, will built have by from the sixty Harbceon to seven-Syndicate the missioners most populous of Pinellas counties county in, one Flor-of sequences to the burning of the barnon largely to 11 state of rent on the part JUICY FRUIT and the

houses the W. A. Johnson home place. of many people, to which he adds:

and ty-five from 150 to erected 200 men just will as a be start ida, has closed the county consideration convict Someone went inside, lead the home "When work and production are cut Spearmen "do a turn*
and has under a
the em-I camp I out and fired the barn, which burned down, when ease and rest are more
ployed by new
ly the Bagdad Land company& Lumber proposal to lease it for farming pur- to the ground. observed than industry and) toil, when

poses. This action was prompted I industrial activities are short.c l''uit- This sign Is seen nightly by about
pany. when it discovered not convictwas
, was a The I A FULL DAY'S WORK ed iiinl hours of production steadily m 600.000 people from all over the world.
in the camp January 1.
curtailed, there's only one possible result -
Strawberries are coming in from all
prisoners in the past have been employed I
directions-north, sout h.east and in repairing highways. Nothing Less Will Feed and Clothe shortage of supplies and consequent -

west-for the entire section, of which I World and Reduce Prices high prices. We must work

I longer or do more in the time allotted
I''
Plant is the
City center. Shipments
Inability of the Florida East Coast Kept
, in the past three days amounted to Railway Company to move the tomato I I Bankers of the South are deeply to work.lVe must have no 'lying downon Sealed I JUICY FRUIT)

16,416 quarts at an average price of crop with the proper dispatch, or concerdned about the extravaganceand the job' either of workers or mon Tight uim CHt Wlr. *11JM RightA7 ,

forty-five cents per quart. I to provide crate material for the idleness which arc sapping the ey."Time
that is not utilized Is gonoforever. I
: growers in anything like a reasonable foundations of prosperity, and in their .
;; Money that is not made to
Lois Shehee, two-year old daughter ,time, is causing the farming interestsof replies to the letter recently' sent out F rA :

S of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy H. Shehee of I this section great concern. In con- by Governor M. B. Wl'lIboMt. of theFederal VM would work
opportunity. If the people
Key West, was painfully injured in an I sideration of the fact that the heavy Reserve Bank, they make It :1tt
and what they by their
more nave earn
c unusual manner, she had picked up a movement from this section has not ,clear that serious consequences may u w
labor their in active
savings -
putting
giant torpedo cracker which had boon I begun and the railroad can hardly f follow this condition unless it la soon service be -Ir ro
would ltvt'lItinlC1IIl'mlll.IVI's
they l'l'
left on a Key West street since the handle the situation now, the growersare changed by an early return to industry their
imd thus adding to
holidays, placed it in her mouth and ; extremely anxious about the coming and economy.In !
cupitul A vast total of such pl'rllllnallelfcllilitnlbwd
tripped and fell. The torpedo explod I three months during which time a word, they diagnose the condition winkers would meaninoieiised

s ed. the present movement will be doubled as Premier Lloyd George did in
national I capital, multiplied
and tripled. 11 recent speech to the Britixh I'arlla-
:
d Florida grapefruit; is being used in I 1'meat: resources, a growing resistance to thedestructive .
influences of luxurious living
t" I carload quantities to combat the I Announcement by the Gulf, Florida,, "We have under-production and ov and moral fibre .
strengthened
spread of influenza in Chicago. Dr. and Alubnma Railway Company of er-consumption; it cannot last." a land I I

P. Phillips of Orlando, now in Chicago, I the inauguration of a direct steamship They say it is a fatal mistake to re. throughout" the

wiring for two cars of grapefruit to of duce of labor when the 1 cannot too strongly urge upon '
service for handling freight the output the need! im busts of one hundred percent'
fellow, bankers for
be sent to Mayor William Hale Thompson between Pen acola and Havana, world needs production worse than ever my in several in wages and. fifty per cent ,' '('
J'cssinlthe, public our
,
for distribution.Fear with the first sailing date scheduledfor before and when extravagance Is in output it tnukos the cost of
communities with the grave necessityfor
February 15, is greeted with considerable added to this evil, disaster will cer- work Having. in a given article four times what
and steady
of being shot by the sheriff enthusiasm by the shipping tainly follow a continuance of this folly more will undermineany 101' 1eJ'ly was In addition to this, 4,
softness
Luxurious
q and his deputies, who raided a negro firms of the city. The new steamshipline bears diminished output makes for an \
nation. History tragic rec-
,u "crap" game near Muscogce a week will be operated by the Pensacola Some say we are panning through a We must creased market price, and both
ord to this thuth. fight economic \
ago, caused a negro named Isaac Wal Shipping Company, with steel vessel period of extravagance speculationand with the of honest these increases add to the burdens .

ton to leap into the Perdido river. The only on a basis of rates now being demoralization that follows all decay weapons and the consuming public. As an l
frugality commonsense ,
industry,
negro could not swim and was drowned. maintained from other gulf ports great wars, and as this is the greatestand tive to efficient service and a

This was brought out at a coroner's most destructive' war that the of the to increased production, tho '", '
Mr James Davison, president
,
., inquest held last.night at Mus- Rodman Wanamaker, with his seaplane world ever saw, this period will be Bank Greensboro pense of labor should be measured
Greensboro National -
cogee by Judge Will L. Johnson.A Commander McCulloch and! more pronounced than ever before. tho work accomplished, and not by
writes and
Ga., a very sane reas-
crew of four is safe after 24 hours a- Those who take this view suggest that time consumed

wire received at Palatka from drift in the gulf stream He started time is the only solvent and a periodof curing letter, in which consumed he nays the: "The solution Is to produce
"War demands surplus -
J, Col. S. J. Ililburn, who has been dril- from Grand, Bahama Islands,. for four years is suggested as about and suplpy of grain, cotton wool, and quit buying except for actual i

ling for oil on his property in Texas Florida, a two hours' flight, and was the time it will take to bring conditions lumber steel, etc. quirements. With the supply t III {
leather, cement, ,
for the past several weeks, states thata forced to descend on account of engine back to normal.
War demands likewise used up the and tho demand less both prices i
great gusher was brought in on his trouble. He was caught in a gale Mr. Dunn, president of the Yazoo surplus and supply of labor needed to profits will soon be adjusted" I

property late this afternoon. The and swept 60 miles northeastward. State Bank, Itta Bena, Miss., makes a Mr Asa G. Chandler, president
these things
well promises to be one of the wonders The seaplane was finally ,repaired typical reply: produce I :
"The return to normal cannot bemastered Central Bank & Trust Corporation,
of the oil fields. Col. Hilburn's good 'arose and flew westward landing 8 "The root of the trouble is idleness of Atlanta I ),
by law nor by concert action says;
fortune will be hailed by hosts of miles north of Palm Beach none the and wasteful extravagance. Credit is :'

friends throughout Florida.It worse for his experience.Mrs. so cheap and money so plentiful thata by bankers or business interests "No graver menace to tit! I
limit
An autocratic government could ('Ialllafety of any country can be
host of people are living on speculation ,1
the purchases or goods by consumers -, the unwise Individual or '.' ('
is reported that 5,000,000 feet
who lives at
Sam Thomas, and borrowing. I have never seen :
work lon-
of maghogany has been imported and compel producers to expansion of either credit or
Orange Hammock had the unique experience as much money wasted. I see no remedy -
donut
through the port at Pensacola from last week of killing a wild except to curtail credits. ger hours per day, but conditions Tho mind of almost everyone you .e
justify such drastic steps under ItelJloorMcy. is toward self indulgence in .:
Mexico Central America and South The deer which more
deer with an axe. "The First National Bank of this I
America. Most of that mahoganyand : things that 'expire even before j :
was being chased by hunters with dog place, is trying to build a new bank censed

other valuable woods from South ran into Mrs. Thomas' :yard andjumping building. It was begun in May of lust conditions Abnormal; demand having them. UII I IIIC"

{TO to Grand Rapids and vicinity to be a picket fence, became en- year and is not half completed. It in : will gradually right "More produeera and less :

made up into furniture and then a lot tangled in a grape vine. Mrs. Thomas impossible to get: labor. When a few selves, just as flood water recede until Is the! paramount rieeeHHity new

of it is shipped back to the South to the stream again flows within its the people of America could be I
I sensed an oportunity to put one over are collected they get so much pay \

be sold again. on the hunters, and securing an axe, that after working a few days they banks. ed to work and think more, play .
"In the meantime tho prudent, con- lea of themselves mind ,
I. killed the deer by/t blow on the head. walk out until they spend it. Workmen nnd speed' )
st'ivutive man will save, save expand in needless self-indulgence
Marion county has a farmers' cooperative The hunters gave the deer to Mrs will leave on the flimsiest excuseor body, ,
with the utmost caution and spend a production of those things which ,
and educational organization Thomas no excuse at all. Common carpenters -
dollar only when compelled to do HO, the IIH
build! country
benefit and
in good working order. Locals have I I and brick layers are paid from 80/ made up ,
bearing in mind that a dollar would be increased and
whole
been formed throughout the county i i J. J. Guthrie, proprietor of the gen- cents to $1.25 per hour. The consequence will have twice
and laved
easily fhnracteri/.OH
now which any
with an aggregate membership of 100''oral store at Anthony wall found dead is they will not work half the in to unrest .. )

member Each local has already benefited i I Sunday morning in a field a half mile time. In spite oi these conditions, its purchasing power tho years I or woman who wishes peace" and 6

by co-operating in buying supplies ,,from his store. He had been robbed more building is contemplated now come, 'parity would bo relieved. i
'When the reaction coma, and come Hunk of .
''
president,
I It It. Sartor,
and selling produce. A plan is' and his throat cut. e was last Keen than ever before, which makes mat the !

j under way to connect with a ,before clotting his store Saturday ters worse We refuse money to go it surely will, the spendthrift dashed to, Alto, Lit.: "Have more iiiul 't"I.
I reckless investor, will be upon the field end better
Inboicr In
co-oper-I Clarence Langford has has in land but to !
ative store in Ocala.Considerable night speculations they seem 1'retic.iit "
r the roiks: and destroyed. con- the farm.
agement on
been arrested charged with the crime. be able to get somebody to furnish it.
but
ditiurm are well-nigh intolerable, cashier, First.
Arthur Wolfonl
i excitement was occasioned ,, Mayo Lyle's general store and post. No one seems willing to listen when )
at last it in an individual problem to tional Hank, Jeanerette, La.:
by the arrest at Lakeland of' office at Summerfield, near Ocala, you talk retrenchment.
bo L worked out by prudent man high prices
every
ize to boycott
: Dr. J. Q. Scarborough, a chiropractor, I were also robbed Saturday night, the "We could not get cotton picked ev- inch women '
who has the foresight to tea an to to work
; charged with criminal aosualt. The thieves getting away with stamps and en by paying as much as $a per hundred let the men agree go 1
beyond his note. Then they.
. alleged victim Is a girl of about I merchandise.Ten about three times as much as President Michael Cody, of the Ex- earnest time, producing.to strike." : e
claimed the before and lots of cotton nove
twelve and it is ever paid ,
\ years : : change National Bank, Montgomery, T. K.: Flournoy, president,
offense was committed in the doctor's I persons were reported injured! has been lost because no pickers couldbe
broad view full of human "r
Ala. takes La.
a National Bank, Monroe, :
i office. ,lie was placed in the jail at ,late Friday in the wreck of Atlantic had. Trains are crowded with people He writes

. Bartow pending preliminary trial,I,I Cost Line passenger train :N'o. (.Z,, who seem to have no particular sympathy." very fair minded :man will admit and agance splits them up large on :to the ,, :

Scarborough protests his innocence. known as the northbound Tampa npoc. business. Our people are so crazy pauses '
I that in former times labor did riot receive will eventually bring
I High prices
i ial. The engine and one conch left the over high prices of cotton that they
iU just A clearer though this in I
: recompense. production,
creased
auditor Crescent City knocking raise feed for stock
\ Upon complaint of the state rails near are neglecting to
understanding of the relative conditions set at the present by shorter
t the governor has summoned J. down telegraph poles and temporarily and themselves existed has quickened I
they
! D. Ogilive, tax collector of Nassau crippling communication. Seven passengers "It Is going to be a hard task to finance as for labor. !!
individual and corporate conscience vice president
, county and E. B. McMullen tax col- were said to have been slight the making of a crop this year. and enlisted public interest and sympathy :'Louisiana n. M. Raymond National Bank, I

"; lector of Pinellas county, to appear Iy injured, while three trainmen were No one man in twenty who raised a To stabilize the value of laborupon Rouge La. "Demand will .. ,I o
) :
show hurt. There were confirmed cotton here last has of ,
before him February 3, to cause seriously crop year any basis fully comensurateand More I
why they should not be suspendedfrom reports later that two of the latter it left. We have made more loans to a sane Increase production.
fair to all will be commended by Lion and attention are being given I .
office for failure to discharge had died. date this year than we had last year
But if current
good citizens everywhere. saving than ever before. Our
the legal duties of their respective up to March 1st, and they are askingfor be true, much of labor Increase In savings
report show healthy
offices by their alleged failure to close Daytona Beach has been visited bya about twice what they did last halt more recently been derelict in a and other depositor"

fire which for time, The land rents have been raised positom
their tax rolls ai required by the law. disastrous a year. by
meeting the obligations impound A, Falrcloth president
Chas ,
threatened to wipe out a considerable from $6 to $8 per acre to $15 to $30 "
consideration of its just rewards Fla.
thin fairer tional City Bank, Tampa, :
that resort. The Daytona Should we have an overflow -
of acre.
Carl H. of Daytona reportsthe portion per
Knappe, While the wage of labor has harder, work longer hours and '
of a 22-pound wildcat on Beach Casino and adjacent buildingiare I or a bad season like we had in I
capture trebled the out-
and oftimes ,
doubled Do not high pric. ;
'' dure more. pay
of ruins 1914 would not make the rent.
his lawn Friday afternoon. The wildcat as a consequence a mass ,, they ,
put of that same labor is said not to J. O. Sheffield, president, First
the most disastrous on, No bank merchant wants to getf
taken by Mr. Knappe on his pro- the fire being ,, or than one-half of whatit Lake Fla. "
average more tional Bank, City :
several the peninsula since the burning o I! behind such rent a* that.
the river, lying ,
facing
perty formerly even at the unreasonable them work here
was farm labor put to
miles south of the city, is one of the the Hotel Clarendon ten years ago...1 I "I think the reform must begin at low wage. We find no fault stead Of feeding them in Europe" ,

in this section. It The greatest los, fell on Mrs. T. II. the top. The Federal Reserve Bank '
largest ever seen in but we
with a just increase wage, W. O. Seals, president,
and afterwards Keating, owner of the amusement resort must limit discounts to banks that
wa caught in a trap find fault with diminished output Flat I
do a State Bank Hampton
strenous will lend to people for legitimate -
dressed and Only by only
will be property.
.hot. The skin} contention I believe all other
I will and with this roads and government ]
Knappe as proof of the fight against the spreading flames) business. I believe things I
Mr.
story kept by of the big capture. I was the Daytona Beach.. Hotel and I come out alright in the end, though, a fair-minded labor will agree. Upon, ties are payingtoo: much for











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